OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1920
VOL. 2G, SO. 243
FILUIIE A HIT
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111 FOR OQEIDS
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In Comparison With the Baseball
Champs at Cleveland
WON BY FIVE
Champions of Road Amendment Pre-1 Has Made his Formal Entry Into the
sent Their Side of the
Campaign as a Republican
In talks made in the courthouse
last night, Mr. F. 0. Miller, chair chairman,
man, chairman, and II, H. Richardson, manager,
Cleveland, Oct. 9 Although in pro professional
fessional professional baseball for forty years,
Cleveland fans today had their first
opportunity to see the home team in
a world championship series and all
Cleveland was wild.
Even the fact that two Ohioans are
fighting for the presidency was over overlooked
looked overlooked for a time. Every train and
Rtihurhan par dnmnd its loaH of fans
in the city and the indications are the Jacksonville chamber
that thousands will be unable to get
into the park, which will held but
27,000 people. ;
Some of those in line waiting for
bleacher tickets have been' there since
2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Despite
the one game margin held by Brook Brooklyn,
lyn, Brooklyn, the Cleveland players are not
discouraged and are confident of tak taking
ing taking the game today. Coveleski and
Pf effer are expected to be the oppos opposing
ing opposing pitchers.
WESTERN UNION REPORT
Indianapolis, Oct. 0 Party respon
sibility and not the League of Nations
nr t.h tariff is th mainr issiia in the
oi .me state oonaing campaign cum- present campaign, Herbert Hoover
mittee, presented the case for the j declared in a speech here today which
constitutional amendment to permit marked his formal entry in the cam-
the state to bond for a highway sys- paign in behalf of the republican can-
tem, which is to be voted on Nov. z. jdidates.
LAST DAY TO REGISTER
Mr. Miller is a member of the legisla
ture from Duval county, and was
chairman of the special good roads
committee of that body. Mr. Rich- The following white women have
ardson was for six years secretary of J registered since noon yesterday
Brooklyn: Olson, ss; T. Johnson,
2b; Griffith, rf; Wheat, If; Myers, cf;
Konetchy, 2b; Kilduff. 2b; Cadore, p.
Cleveland: Jamieson, If; Wambs Wambs-ganss,
ganss, Wambs-ganss, 2b; Speaker, cf ; Smith, rf ;
Gardner, 3b; Johnson, lb; Sewell, ss.
' Brooklyn: Olson out, third to first;
Johnson out, short to first; Griffith
out, fly to third. No runs, no hits, no
Cleveland: Jamieson out, lined to
Cadore. Wamby four ball3. Speaker
hit single to center, Wamby on sec second..
ond.. second.. Smith singled to center, Wamby
scoring, Speaker to third, Smith to
second on the throw in. Gardner out,
flyvto center, Speaker scoring after
JU. "V TT r A rrv,,
the catch. Johnson fanned.
runs, two hits, no errors.
Brooklyn: Wheat out, fly to left;
Myers out, fly to right; Konetchy out
on first ball,. second to first. No runs,
,nc hits, no errors.
Cleveland: Sewell singled to right
against right field wall; O'Neill sin
gled to left. (Mamaux now pitching).
Coveleski out. Johnson out, fly to cen- j
ter, Sewell being doubled off second,
short to second. No runs, two hits,
Brooklyn: Kilduff fanned; Miller
out, pitcher to first, great play. Mau Mau-max
max Mau-max fanned. No runs, no hits, no
Cleveland: Wambsganss singled to
right on first b?.li pitched. Speaker
singled to center, Wamby going to
third and Speaker going td second.
(Marquard now pitching). Burns,
batting for Smilh, singled to left,
scoring Wamby and Speaker, Burns
going to second, When Wheat made an
error in left. Gardner fanned. Wood,
batting for Johnson, out on fly to cen center.
ter. center. Sewell beat out a hit to first,
Burns going to third; O 'Neil walked.
Coveleski to short, 0'Neili forced out
at second. Two runs, four hits, one
Brooklyn: Olson out fly to center;
Johnson singled to left; Griffith dou doubled
bled doubled to right center, scoring Johnson.
Wheat 'out on fly to center. Myers
out, short to first. Pretty stop by
Sewell. One run, two hits, no errors.
Cleveland: Evans, hitting for Jam
ieson, out fly to center; Wamby out
on bunt, pitcher to first; Speaker out,
second to first. No runs, no hits, no
Brooklyn: Konetchy base on balls.
Kilduff fanned. Miller out, double
play forced Konetchy j.t second. One
hit, no runs, no errors.
Cleveland: Burns fanned, Gardner
out fly to center, Wood out, short to
first. No runs, no hits, no errors.
' SIXTH INNING
Brooklyn : Lamar, batting for Mar Marquard,
quard, Marquard, out on first pitched ball, short
to first. Olson singled to left on first
pitched ball. Johnson forced Olson at
second, short to second. Griffith hit
to second. Sewell dropped the ball but
recovered in time to get Johnson at
third. One hit, two errors, no runs.
Cleveland; Pfeiffer now pitching
for Brooklyn. Sewell out fly to third.
O'Neill fanned. Coveleski singled tt
center. Coveleski went to second on
wild pitch. Evans singled to right,
Coveleski on third. Wamby beat out
hit to short, Coveleski scoring. Sreak-
er out on foul fly to catcher. Two hits,
one run, no errors.
Brooklyn: Wheat out, third to first:
Myers fanned; Konetchy flyed out to
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merce. snort taucs were maae oy
Col. R. F. Rogers and Frank Harris,
editor of the Banner, urging the im
portance of voting for the amend
ment and for the highway system.
Mr. Miller and Mr. Richardson j
pointed out that the big thing in
volved in the bonding proposition is
the matter of Florida's getting her
pro rata share of the federal good
roads monies. The state to get the
federal funds must meet them with
funds. These state funds must be
derived, the speakers' pointed out, by
direct taxation or by bonding, and the
advocates of the bonding method be
lieve that it is the best for the inter interests
ests interests of the taxpayers and the state.
Mr. Miller and Mr. Richardson, as
representatives of the convention
which met in St Augustine in July, j
are advocating that the bonds be
taken care of by an increase in au automobile
tomobile automobile licenses,: a plan that is be
ing used in other states and is not
new. The speakers stated, however, ;
that while they would urge the legis legislature,
lature, legislature, in the event that the amend amendment
ment amendment is voted, to use the auto license
method for otbaining interest and
sinking funds, they held open minds
on this, and would favor any better
method ;; proposed. They offered
figures which they believe proves the
auto license plan to be the best.
. Mr. Miller and Mr. Richardson re
plied to some of the objections most
stressed by opponents of the bond
plan. They pointed out that a certain
section of the press of the state has
been fighting the facts in the case.
One of the main objections made is
that the amendment to the constitu constitution
tion constitution would give the legislature too
much no wer, and enable that body to
put an intolerable burden upon the
state. Mr. .Miller and Mr. Richardson
stated that the legislature at present
has the power to place any amount of
direct taxes on the people and that
there is no comeback through the su
preme court. They resented the slurs
Lavania A. Ditto.
Eflie R. Buhrman.
Annie W. Moore.
Emma McAteer Dillard.
Odina B. Wishart.
Georgia H. West.
Mamie Ki Norris.
Helen D. Pender.
Mary N. Pender.
Wm. Ann M. Pender.
Lula T. Colby.
Aida B. Drake.
Mary P. Pooser.
Nellie B. Howell.
Peggy F. Dobbs.
Rhoda L. Shephard.
Annie S. Sheffield.
Amy L. Bryant.
Mary G. Killman.
Donnie Proctor. -Lillian
Fannie A. Johnson,
Jessie S. Massie.
Fannie Mae Felts.
Virginia C. Condon.
Ann Pope Eagleton.
Isabelle W. Wesson. v.
Marion F. Weathers.
Daisy Belle T. Smoak.
Myrr. T.f Harris. -Leafy
S. Langford. -Lydia
Carrie B. Durrance.
Mamie H. Stovall.
Eloise M.J Walters.
Una C. Proctor.
Pearl O. Pyles.
Mattie H. Pyles.
Mary P. Williams.
Lollie P. Lummus.
Alice D. Benton.
Molly R. Hall.
Ocala House to Contain Strictly Mod Modern
ern Modern and Well-Fitted Up
The Apaha Hotel Company, com composed
posed composed of Messrs. R. T. Adams, Whit
Palmer and the Hall estate, is enter entering
ing entering upon a move which will be of
great value to Ocala, and we hope will
prove remunerative to them.
The Ocala House, in which Mrs. D.
C. Edwards of Gainesville, has a life
interest, was bequeathed by her some
months ago to charming little Miss
Dorothy Adams of this city, and her
father, Mr. R. T. Adams, as her. guar guardian,
dian, guardian, has leased the hotel for ninety ninety-rme
rme ninety-rme years to the Apaha Company.
This company will begin at once to
make over the second floor of the
south wing of the hotel into furnished
apartments consisting of bed room,
living room, dining room, kitchen and
bath. The gardens in the rear of
the hotel will be brought back to their
former beauty, it is announced. The
shed over the sidewalk on Broadway
will be rebuilt and painted. Other ex external
ternal external and internal improvements of
the building will be made. There will
be about 85 rooms in the hotel in ad addition
dition addition to the apartments.
It is also announced that orange
trees will be planted on the lot in the
rear of the Harrington Hall for the
purpose of making the lot more at attractive.
tractive. attractive. A number of orange trees
may also be included in the, garden
in the rear of the Ocala House. ;
In case the experiment is success
ful, the Apaha Company may make
all or nearly the hotel into apart apartments.
ments. apartments. No doubt that this is an im improvement
provement improvement greatly, needed in Ocala,
and as Mr, Adams and Mr. Palmer
are both first-class business, men we
may confidently expect them to make
it a success.
Explosion of a Bomb this Morning Struck Down Traveling Salesman at
Followed by Heavy Rifle j Door of his Home, and Took
Fire I -. S2Q0.00D in Diamonds
(Associated Press) I (Associated Pres)
Cork, Ireland, Oct. 9. Part of the! Buffalo, Oct. 9. Diamonds worth
city hall here was destroyed by a I $200,000 were stolen from the sales-
bomb this morning. The explosion man of a Rochester jewelry firm early
was followed by considerable rifle fire, today by highwaymen. The salesman
So far as is known there were no vras just enter in er his home from a
road trip when he was knocked un unconscious
conscious unconscious and the suitcase containing
McSWEENY'S 58TH DAY
London, Oct. 9 Mayor McSweeny the Jewels .was stolen
besran the 58th day of his hunger
strike today very weak, but he spent
a fairly good night, said the bulletin.
POLICE HAVE PROVOCATION
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Methodist church will give a
Carnavron, Wales. Oct. 9. Premier handkerchief shower at the residence
Lloyd George declared today that the cf Mrs. T. M. Moore Monday after-
police in Ireland don't bomb houses no0n at 4 o'clock. The handkerchiefs
and shoot men without provocation. are to be sent in a Christir.as box to
of whom 109 were killed, and they Hn Korea, to be used as Christmas
had been forced to hit back. He add-1 gifts.
ec that order must be restored m Ire
land, even if by strong methods. STORM WARNINGS OUT
A NEW INSURRECTION
Wmaw (lrt. 9 A new insnrrep.
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tinn ainst tb hnlshpviki P-nvfm- vvasnington, ucx. v. vvaiTang ci a
o o t ii rt ;
ment has broken out in the Nizhni nneasi aiong me v,aroima-.
district northeast of Moscow, accord- Virginia coast was issuea toaay Dy
' m ,i 1 vn
ing to information reaching here. ine weatner oureau i ne storm is ex ex-Great
Great ex-Great masses of peasants are said to Pected to ffle force this after-
be involved and the movement is
W. M. U. MEETING
4 Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock,
at the Baptist church, will be held the
regular monthly meting of the mis missionary
sionary missionary society. This is the time for
the election of officers and several
things of importance will come before
the meeting. A large attendance is
ANY PRIZES FOR THE GIRLS?
and personalities resorted to by the 1 VERA CRUZ SUFFERS
opponents of the bend issue, and said
that 'where the people are learning
the facts in. the case they are favor
ing the issue.
The speakers gave most of their
Vera Cruz, Mexico, Oct. 9. The
northwestern section of the state of
i i-i ii- e I
time to a ousmess-uKe ouume ox yieir jVera Craz was severely shaken this
case, mey pom.ea to tne national morning by an earthquake. This dis-
ana state nignway systems as pro- trict was visited by an earthquake
posea, io me vau appiupriawuua disaster last January, but reports to
maae Dy congress ior oui uicg per- day ,nd,cated no casualties.
manent roaas, ana reierrea to tne
AuwuSCa ux U1C -5 Take dozen fried oysters home.
rr vj win stay hot. e-4t
up system of highways, to be built
under federal engineer supervision I department the two-year periods be
spreading in all directions.
AT IT AGAIN
Riga, Oct. 9. The Lithuanians and
Poles engaged in a heavy battle last
ing all yesterday and last night near
Vilna, the Lithuanian capital, with
COLLISION OFF THE
DELAW ARE CAPES
Philadelphia, Oct. 9. The schooner
neayy losses on Dotnsiaes. says an nounced int was ecked ;as the re-
i n k fri; rtnntrrtTT -nv -vr-w-n &UU Ui i CUIiliiUil WILLI CilC atCiiiCl
; rAi ruti rLi Duouesne off the Delaware cases.
uuc, trance, uct. y. captain ue accord;nc. to a wireless message re-
t j. j 1 m 1. r i 1
Komanei, uie noteu rreiica aviaiur, ceived here. The fate of the crew
today established a world s record forwas no announced.
airplane speed, when he flew at the
i a ic ux uiuic uitu mice nuica ix. iiuiti SMALL BANK SHUT
MANY DEATHS CAUSED
Boston, Oct. 9. A small private
BY STRONG DRUGS bank at Chelsea with liabilities of
$92,000, was closed by the bank
New York, Oct. 9. Increase of commissioner today, adding another
deaths here from sleep-producing chapter to the tense financial situa situa-drugs,
drugs, situa-drugs, use of which, it is said, has j tion here. The cause given was the
been, acquired by many persons since bank was unable to meet it:j obliga-
the advent of prohibition, has 'led tions.
Health Commissioner Copeland to
(Concluded oa Fourth Paga)
and requirements, to be maintained by
a patrol system, and to connect every j
state in the union. They pointed to
the system of state roads, as desig designated
nated designated by the state road department,
to connect up every county seat in
the state, and stated that this system
could be built in about six years by
bonding, and that it would take about
twenty years or more by a direct
taxation method. In answer to the
objection that many of the counties
have already bonded and have good
roads and would therefore not want
an additional tax to help the back backward
ward backward counties, the speakers pointed
out that the state roads must conform
to federal requirements, be not less
than sixteen feet, wide and of a per permanent
manent permanent character. The speakers said
that most of the roads already built
in the state were nine feet and would
therefore have to be widened, and in
most cases did not meet federal speci specifications
fications specifications in other respects and fur
thermore that there is the state and
federal maintainance of the roads to
In answer to the contention that
the proposed amendment would give,
the legislature power to bond the
state at every session to a sum of not
exceeding five per cent of the total
assessment, the speakers called atten attention
tion attention to the fact that the word "issues"
in the amendment is plural. They also
stated that before bond buyers would
purchase the bonds a test of the
amendment and its provisions would
be made in tl)e courts.' They stated
that the proponents of the bond issue
would urge that the legislature bond
for only such amounts as can be eco economically
nomically economically expended by the state road
tween sessions of the legislature.
In connection "with the auto license
plan of retiring the bonds, Mr. Miller
and Mr. Richardson explained the way
it would affect the licenses. Mr. Mil
ler stated that a license now $5 a year
would be raised to $7.50: a license
now costing $12 would be raised to
$18, and so on. He stated that the
difference would more than be taken
care of by saving in wear and tear,
gas, oil, time and other factors, with
good roads to use instead of bad.
Mr. Miller, Mr. Richardson and
Mr. Al Harris of the Jacksonville
Metropolis, who is accompanying
them, left this morning for Gainesville.
Jacksonville, bet. 9. A goodly por portion
tion portion of the prizes which will be dis
tributed at the Florida State Fair and
Exposition here Nov. 18-27, will go
to the lade pf the state. :
As these youngsters are to be the
future citizens of Florida, and are of
the impressionable age when they can
be moulded and taught scientific
farming, the fair association believes
in encouraging them in the work
upon which the future greatness of
the state depends. This is naturally
agriculturaf activity and live stock
raising, and what these young farm farmers
ers farmers and breeders will exhibit at the
approaching fair will be a revelation
to their elders. ;
Here are some of the high lights in
the prize money, which they will carry
off: Corn club contest, $262.50; sweet
potato club, $142.50; peanut club,
$247.50; bee club, $115; sugar cane
club, $115., J.
Besides these, there are many val valuable
uable valuable special prizes. For instance,
Armour offers a trip to the Interna
tional Live Stock Show in Chicago,
worth $150, and including expenses,
m the corn club contest.
The Southeastern Peanut Associa Association
tion Association offers $75 to the county peanut
club producing the best 10 acres of
white Spanish peanuts.
xhe cotton c'ub comes in on the
special prizes, too, as the soil im im-provemetn
provemetn im-provemetn committee of the Southern
Fertilizer Association offers $100 to
the lads of this club.
They are fine.
Only one drink served in each cup
at Ueng's Drug Store. s. 29-tf
order an investigation of: sales of
such drugs. Additional restrictions
may be placed on their sale, he said.
The investigation was ordered be
cause of a statement by Chief Medi
cal Examiner Norris regarding the
DOUBLED IN QUANTITY;
TRIPLED IN QUALITY
New York, Oct. 9.- More
night in New York city. This will be
twice the number of 1916.
irtvo in rt, ,ffw f thiJ million voters are expected to have
.... .. .... I rpirisTprpn wnpn the nnnks c nse to-
vi 1 1 v t- n m vli in i ii 'j i a icnjin ir ihi w
finding themselves nervous and sleep
less m many instances where they
have been unable to purchase liquor
for their customary "nightcap' before
retiring and the "eye opener on aris
ing, had resorted to other artificial
and dangerous ways of wooing sleep
The desired relief he said, was ob obtained
tained obtained through the use of the nerve-
quieting effects of certain drugs.
Dr. Copeland, m instructions to th
MANY MEN ENLIST
IN THE U. S. NAVY
During the past week four previous
service naval men re-enlisted snd ten
recruits were enlisted by the Atlanta
navy recruiting officer, Lieutenant Lieutenant-Commander
Commander Lieutenant-Commander G. B. Whitehead, U. S. N.
bureau of foods and drugs to begin (They are: Ben J. Perry, Andalusia,
an investigation immediately, refer- Ala-I Thomas C. Burns, Bosto;a; La-
red to most of the drugs about which iayee ratterson, morocco, ir a.;
complaint has been made officially, as F- Pippin, Wilmington, Del.; Lamar
"treacherous snmnifarients fifteen W. Walker, Palatka; Nichob A.
treacherous somnifacients fifteen
grains of one of which, he said, were Grainger, Adrian, S. C; Lawrence C.
. ITT J TT 1 J. AT I T"
Herndon, Homeland; Alired u. jivans,
Greenville, N. C; George L. ,Dohm,
Miami; Rufus Bartlett, Hastings;
Leroy Cowart, Jacksonville; Samuel
E Libby Jr., Hilliard; John A.. Mc-
sufficient to cause death. He admit
ted that fatalities from the use of
these drugs were 'altogether too fre
Mr. Morris declared that deaths
from sleep-producing drugs occurred Launn, ranacea; Oeorge O
in hosnitals and in what 'formerlv Jf-cKsonvme
were KAnitnrium s fnr tToatme-nt nfl A special campaign is now being
alcoholism. Deaths from such causes mz&e to fiIl '"P the remaining vacan
also had been recorded as suicides, he cies in the trade schools. At present
said. Sale of such drusrs. he added, tfcere are young men studyin
should be governed by the' same strict specialties in navy schools. From
regulations as those rovemino' th-1 these men wnll be drawn the ikilled
sale of poisons. j specialists of the navy. Ther are left
4 lUV vacancies, and these vaamcies
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee have been thrown open to younjf men
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every- of the country.
thing we sell is guaranteed. .We're A new policy has a!.?o develojd so
ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf J that those who like foreign travel will
De given opportunities to see tne
Something to sell? Adverttss it.
X w w w w w
A i Mt
The navy schools are paying special
attention to physical development.
and the latest statistics show an av average
erage average gain of 10 pounds in weigrht in
four months, and gratifying in increases
creases increases in height and chest develop
For information regarding these
vacancies apply to the nearest navy
EVER SINCE THIS BANK was organized it has been the constant,
undeviating purpose of its Officers and Directors to be obliging and
accommodating to its patrons in every way consistent with banking
prudence. This is why we have steadily grown in deposits, as well as
in the confidence of the people.
Ycnr acccanf is solicited on (Ms record.
OCALA NATIONAL BANK
0j recruiting station.
NOTICE TO CONTHACTOnS
Bids will be received at 10 o'clock
a. m., Tuesday, Oct. 26, at Harrlcg-
cf a church and parish house fox the
Saint Philips R. C. church, tflznz
1 i m m r Vk t
may oe naa irom l. xi. uryan, a.rc.n-
&Z10, half of which will be retained if
) jro bid is submitted.
yr I xne council cian t r-as3 tne orci-
"vlnanea. but we cut ii tha vrAivzAnt.
OCALA EVENING STAC, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1920
sala Evening Star
fulUhel nvery T Except Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
IU 1U Carroll, President
V. LeavenRood, Seeretary-Treaearer
J. II. Benjamin. Editor
Kntered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as
I But the Times believes that there is
a danger back of the republican ef effort
fort effort a danger that can only be avoid avoid-i
i avoid-i ed by the vigilance of democrats eve
rywhere in the state. Other newspa
persand a majority of those in
Florida at that take the same view.
St. Petersburg Times.
The above may go a little toward
convincing some torpid democrats
i around here that the Star "is not
alone in "viewing with alarm."
ItukIaM Office Fire-On
Editorial Ueonrtment Two-Smm
The voters must remember that the
names 01 candidates appear m al
phabeticai order on the ticket. Let
it i.--J It.
member ASSOCIATE!! PRESS uiem smuy me louowmg names over
-rh. Ani.ta Press is exclusively I every oay Deiween now ana election.
entitled for the use for republication of and their eyes and memories will au au-all
all au-all news dispatches credited to it Or ,.,
not otherwise credited in this paper and j tomatically guide the pencil when
also trie local news puousaeq oere n. ithev mark their ballots:
. i i v. 0 Jo f rw fT CTAfl ail
I.jpaiches herein are also reserved.
DOMESTIC SUMSCltlFTION RATES
One year. in. advance '. ..........
fcix months, in advance
Three months. In advance
One -month, in advance ..
P. W. Corr.
Charles E. Jones.
W. V. Knott.
J. G. Sharon.'
G. B, Wells.
DUBlavi Plate 15 cents per Inch for
.An.ntivn insertions. Alternate wcr-
.i r.cr i..nt additional. Ccraposi-
uoa eharKO? on ads. that, run less tnan
timoft cents cer uwo
crack at it. Those not in the legisla legislature
ture legislature who are tearing their hair for
the amendment are either automobile
dealers, road making machine and
supply dealers or officials of the
Florida -Automobile Association on a
salary. We would like to ask: the
name of a single man favoring the
amendment, who is taking an active
part in the campaign, who is not
identified in the above groups."
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which will be furnished ujkm applica-
nim6la Notice 5 cents, per line for
rlrst insertion; cents per line for each
subsequent Insertion. One uu
week allowed on readers without extra
Te-ai advertisements U legal rate.
James W. Archbald.
E. M. Brelsford.
Leland M. Chubb.
F. F. H. Pope.
B. G. Smith.
Geo. P. Wentworth.
PRINCIPLE AND PLUNKS
The Star has been informed ,it
id lose some advertising on ac
count of its outspoken remarks the
The Star has lost hundreds and
perhaps j thousands of dollars in the
last ten years lor tne same reaaun.
Their recent experiences with the
Hernando county team causes many
Ocala baseball fans to refer to Brook
lyn as Brooksville.
The Orlando Reporter-Star says:
''What does it profit a man for Henry
Ford to let him keep some of his
money, if John D. Rockefeller takes
it from him for gasoline."
'Why, here's Bob Holly's paper, the
Sanf ord Herald at last, and blamed
Rut the Star would rather fail in I if it isn't quite a good-looking sheet.
imfnp than fail in what it believes j Here's looking at you, Bob. You
When the Banner and Star pull to together,
gether, together, they can generally yank a
Packard twelve out of the mud, but
they couldn't draw much of am au audience
dience audience to hear Messrs. Miller and
Richardson argufy at the courthouse
for the bond amendment Friday
night. Less than fifty were present,
several of whom were against the
Messrs. F. O. Miller and H. II.
Richardson are good business men and
staunch boosters for Florida, and
have done much good work for the
state. But a short time ago the devil
took them up into the top of an ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly high pine tree, and showed
them the whole state of Florida,
criss-crossed with $40,000 a mile high
ways and a big bond issue hanging
over it like a cooling cloud. They are
up that tree yet, but the people will
chop it down Nov. 2.
Mr. Al Harris, who was with them,
is one of the clever young men who
is helping to make the Jacksonville
Metropolis such a bright and lively
paper. Chaperoned by Mr. Harris of
the Banner, he called on the Star,
which was glad to see him two times.
Ocala has about made up its mind
about the bond issue and will regard
it with languid interest until the day
comes to put a crossmark against it.
But we are glad to see Messrs. Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, Richardson and Harris any time.
MURDER AT MACCLENNY
to be its duty.
Principle is better than plunks.
However, the Star doesn't appre
hend failure. It grows day by day.
If it should ever become too, cow-
nvfllv ni rnpreenarv to express its
oninion. there would be no use in ad
vertising in It, because it would have
don't know what you've been missing.
The Anti-Saloon League of Massa
chusetts writes the Star, that prohi
bition is in danger. If said league
only know how seldom we get a drink
of good licker, it wouldn't write us
such a tantalizing letter.
For the past two months the help
less readers of one or two of Florida's
leading daily newspapers, which are
fighting the proposed constitutional
amendment, have been surfeited with
One of our friends came in Friday,
somewhat nerturbed "about a ;, sen
tence he had read in the last issuejthe puerile arguments 'of these jour
of his Star.i It;saidr ; j rials against the adoption of the pro
"V.v flpmnrrat. we mean those who posed amendment. Punta Gorda
their nartv allegiance a Herald.
Drinciole and a trust, year in and I One or two! '0, hevings!
vear out. and not merely a biennial
Several state newspapers denounce
the lynching of four negroes at Mac Mac-clenny
clenny Mac-clenny the other night as murder. We
can't see what possible excuse the
mob had for such an act. All impli implicated
cated implicated in it should be apprehended and
severely punished. -?
The republican activity hi Florida
becomes more apparent each week.
Tickets have been nominated in many
of the counties and workers are found
in all sections of the state, so '. the
slush fund must have been spread out
this year with the idea of breaking
up the solid south. Times-Union.
We are telling 'em so, but some
won't see it till the returns come in.
spasm." i ine raiatKa jwews queries:
The sentence seems clear enougn to Heading spirits in the movement -to
us. jlsuc we are wen aware manw cave me state constitution amenaea
man i3 an impartial judge of what so that the legislature will have the
he writes, so perhaps the gentleman power to issue millions of dollars in
had some reason for his perturbation, bonds 'without submitting the matter
What we mean by democrats who
have "merely a biennial spasm," is,
we fear, a majority of democrats.
For over thirty years they have not
had a regular political campaign ex except
cept except among themselves. They hava
been accustomed to become all "het
up" in first the conventions and later
the. primaries. Having nominated
candidates, they go about their pri
vate business or pleasure and forget
their party until the next primary.. A
majority of them are too lazy or in indifferent
different indifferent to vote in the general elec
tion. Not half the democrats in Flor
ida voted in the general election two
years ao. If they are as slack iu the
coming election, or only half as slack,
as they were in the last one, they
stand a "good show of losing the state
to the republicans.
The republican vote in Florida is a
muchly unknown quantity. Of course,
in a week or two the negro vote can
be figured on, and it' is safe to count
every negro as a republican. It i3
the white vote that is to be the puz puzzle.
zle. puzzle. It will probably be larger than
for "years. Also, there is going to be
a considerable vote of democrats that
either- stayed out of the primary or
are going to disregard their primary
obligation, cast for republican elec
tors. A number of them frankly say
so, and for every one who speaks out,
there are more likely two or three
who will vote for republican electors
without saying' so.
All the vigilant, hard-working dem democrats,
ocrats, democrats, who feel that their party ob
ligation is a public trust, should work
unceasingly until the polls close I to
see that no democrat neglects hi3
duty. There are going to be several
republican counties in this state after
election, and we do not want Marion
to be one of them.
- If.; the few foregoing words do not
make our meaning plain, we will have
to give up in despair.
to the people are members of that
legislature which will have the first
7 We always !look to the Ccala Star
f or guidance in matters of right and
"Thewrng' and since we note that the
star says about tne wrongness 01 bet betting
ting betting on ball games we are rather
glad we didnt collect that dollar we
won on the Tampa-Columbia series;
but we are mightily afraid that the
fellow who owes it to us will come in
and try to make us take it anyhow.
Tarpon Springs Leader.
If he does, son, take it; maybe it
will wean him from betting.
'arc all'V up, -:.but :.:xvei-
Iiaveas odod as smy:
one --'and as j; clieap
as 'aia1 sf ore ) glwiafj
sellino' goods v each
lie m'oo'Xils o w n
; We J do : not sell; one
i thing ivltitouf .profit
;.aiid (Idnhle.tlie prof-;
ill oii -anilher Item. .V;-
Some months ago, we quit making
fun of Billy Sunday because we there thereby
by thereby bruised the feelings of a good
.friend, and now we are going to let
up on McS weeny for a similar rea reason.
son. reason. But nobody, friend nor enemy,
will induce us to let up on Tom Wat Watson.
son. Watson. ::' :"
WHERE DO SUMTER
AND MARION COME IN
(Sumter County Times)
Where would Sumter county come
in for any share of the ; state bond
issue? Where is the information that
we will ever get one penny's return?
In fact, what information; have me
as to when and wher and how and
why any road will be built? Isn't it all
guess work? Isn't it a fact that in
voting such an amendment to the
constitution we are simply submitting
our selves to the"tender mercies" of
the legislature and such future legis
latures as may be elected without
even an intimation as to who will
compose the future oness ? Road en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm and good judgment should
go hand in hand. Don't vote for this
measure simply because you are in
favor of good roads. It is jtfst like
buying a suit of clothes in the dark
without enquiring the price, for no
other reason than that you want the
NOTICE TO PRESBYTERIANS
There was a good number of young
people who met at the Presbyterian
church last Sunday evening before
church service and organized a young
people's Christian Endeavor Society.
The first meeting was a remarkable
success, but there were many absent
who are expected to help hi the work.
Be sure and come next Sunday eve evening
ning evening at 1 6:30 o'clock. No age limit
has been set, so all are invited.
TT HAS ALWAYS been the policy of this hank to
manifest "a friendly, personal interest in the wel welfare
fare welfare of depositors. We do i not merely wish for the
success of our depositors; we wcrlc for their success,
realizing that their interests of the bank are closely
bound up with the welfare of its customers.
WE STRIVE to meet the requirements of our cus customers
tomers customers in a manner consistent with right bank banking
ing banking principles.
In the ordinary battery
there are two wearing parts
the lead plates and the in insulation
sulation insulation between the plates.
These are- the parts of the
battery exposed to the chem chemical
ical chemical action of the solution
the parts most likely to
The StiU Better Willard
has only one wearing part
for Threaded Rubber Insula Insulation
tion Insulation is not affected by the
solution -it will outlast the
battery every time.
Threaded Rubber Insula Insulation
tion Insulation has all the high insulat insulating
ing insulating qualities of ordinary
rubber, yet allows easy
flow of current from plate
With this acid-proof insu insulation
lation insulation there are no rotted sep separators,
arators, separators, no expensive replace replacements.
ments. replacements. No internal short
circuits due to carbonizing or
punctures. No checking ox
Finally; the Still Better
Viliard is shipped and
stocked f'bone dry" net a
drop cf moisture In it, no
possibility of deterioration. It
starts its service in your cer
bs fresh and "peppy" &s if
Of the 191 passenger cars
end trucks using Willard
Batteries as standard equip equipment
ment equipment 152 have sdopted the
Still Better Willard with
Threaded Rubber Insulation.
152 Manufacturers Using Threaded Rubber Insulation
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R fit V Knight
Ward LaFreiici LaFreiici-Westoott
Westoott LaFreiici-Westoott White
OCALA STOHAGE BATTEHY CO.
20 North Elsia Street
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ilsx'i liatteiy t'r
vnly tiatterjr w'th
Tfcre2"J K utter In-SUjietXIi.
9nti.i Eyes often fall below
e maximum efSciency
" s2CAof which they are capa-
see ble without the person
tj.Yt& being aware of it.
DS. K. X WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Careful estimates made cn all co co-tract
tract co-tract -w ork- Give 3 more and better
work ftr the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Anjthin in Drick, Ststie, Co-Terete,
Tile and F Listeria
PHONE 52CI, OCALA
Advertise In tha ilt&r.
Raising the FamiTy-
Poor Pa str3tns on a knot and swallows a came! f
Some folks would have us believe
that practically every newspaper in
the state of Florida is talking "bosh"J
when it refers to the'possibilities back
of the republican effort in this state.
Some lukewarm democratic newspap newspapers
ers newspapers have branded the reference to the
preservation of "white supremacy" as
mere piffle. We trust that they are
cermet in their view and not merely
hiding their own semi-republican
soulj behind a pretense of democracy.
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OCALA EVENED CTAIL, SATURDAY, OCTOBHS 9. 1S23
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We now have on hand a number of real up-to-date
Bed Room, Dining Room and Parlor Sets,
and considering the quality the prices are ex extremely
tremely extremely reaaonable.
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BIANY FROM OTHER TOWNS
AT THE FORD MEETING
OUR LINE OF
of every description will prove attractive to you durin
We have them trom
'good old summer s time.
Opposite Ocala National Bank
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AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
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Better and more pleasing than
M '- ay na navana cgan j
-! your cr or your favorite si$e
: 'Vv v CSX ffyewdesfer cant supply youwriU us.
j A W?&c$ !. LEV15 CIGAR MFG. CaitaewtlU i :
I PTKr. -?V' UnJest lnispcnderit Cujar Factoru inlhe Wsrld
If Sizes v i -- o r j .3 l f
Reside a number of invited guests
from various parts of the country,
the following Ford people will be
present at the meeting here next
Messrs. Slocum Ball, branch man manager,
ager, manager, E. H- "Wilder, assistant man manager,
ager, manager, and J. L. Schlegel, J. M. Marr,
J. B. Harris and E. E. Lee, road men,
of the Jacksonville branch.
Mr. D. E. Mallery, representative
of the Towers & Sullivan Mfg. Co.,
Messrs. II. C. Ethridge, of the
Ford Motor Co., and E. V. Lane,
president First National Bank, of
Messrs. A- H. Morton, with the
Roderick Lean Mfg. Co.. Mansfield,
Chio, and J. W. Quillian, J. C. O'Neal
and J. IL Alderman, of Ford head
F. Gutafson, son and mechanic, of
Gutaffron's Garage, Green Cove
C. D. Kirk and party, of C. D. Kirk
& Co., Leesburg.
Wm. E. Herron, proprietor of the
Ford Agency, Inverness, accompanied
by M. W. Pugh.
M. C. Autrey and mechanic, Dade
A. W. Anderson and C. A. Ander
G. A. Boyd and D. G. Limbausrh. of
A' J. Phillips and mechanic, of Pa-
I. T. Timmons and mechanic, of
R. T, Hancock and A. J. Amstutz,
Reservations have been taken for
them at the Ocala House by the en energetic
ergetic energetic young Ford dispensers here,
Messrs. Tucker and Simmons, who
will also be hosts at a big banquet at
the Harrington for the visitors and
a number of Marion county people
next Wednesday night.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Nineteenth Sunday After Trinity
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser sermon.
mon. sermon. 7:30 p. m. Evening prayer and
sermon. Subject, "The Message to
the Church from the Lambeth Con Conference."
ference." Conference." John J. Neighbor, Rector.
C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. W. T.
1 la. m. Dr. Collins will preach.
His sermon subject will be "The
Christ Whom Nobody Knows."
6:30 p. m. Junior and Senior B.
Y. P. U. with good programs for the
7:30 p. m. Evening worship with
sermon by the minister. The subject
will be "Life's Biggest Question.",
9:45 a. rn. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching. Subject,
6:30 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching. Subject,
"Duty to Our -Country."
C. W. White, Pastor.
Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning service. Subject,
"The Price of Power."
8 p. m. Evening service. Subject,
"A Minister Who Used Plain' Speech."
Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block
' 10 a. ra. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service
8 p. m. Wednesday.
FACTORY PLANT FOR SALE IN OCALA
ca ntccznl c! Izlz c;vaers Cczi:.
LArge three-story building, SO x 20 with 40 x 40 one-story addition on
large lot. complete and ready for ope ation with boiler, two steari engines,
one 30-Hp. Westinghouse electric motor, eight cotton gins (short and long
staple) cotton press, cotton carrier system with metal conveyors, velvet
bean huller and grinder, grist mill, new bolting mill (never been used) ele
vator, shafting, belting, pulleys, platform scales. Plenty room on lot for
expansion. Here is an opportunity to continue a business which has ben
in operation for a great many years, now at a standstill on recount cf
death. For further particulars apply to
FRANK Y7. DITTO, Occla, Florida, or
D. S.1700BROI7, G
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In the hearx. of the rity with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room,
second to none
room service is
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J. E. KAVANAUGH
The following should enlighten the
people who think a disproportionate
number of army chaplains are Latn-
Major General P. C. Harris, the
adjutant general of the army, an announces
nounces announces the selection and appoint appointment
ment appointment of 89 new chaplains for the reg
ular army out of 300 applicants who
had served as ofScers throughout the
war. This is in conformity with the
new reorganization law, providing for
240 chaplains, or one to each 1200
cfiicers and men.
All the aspirants have been care
fully examined by different boards of
officers as to their professional, ment
al and rihvsical Qualifications, and
the survivors of this test then care
fully looked up from the standpoint
of clerical fitness through the various
denominational agencies. The clergy
men thus selected have been commis
sioned with rank from July 1, 1920.
After careful study by representa
tives of the war department, the pro
portion of the denominations was ten tentatively
tatively tentatively fixed by Secretary of Yar
Baker, at 25 per cent for the Roman
Catholic church, 70 per cent for the
Protestant churches, and 5 per cent
for adjustments that cannot be mads
on strictly mathematical apportion apportionment.
ment. apportionment. This conclusion is based on a
careful survey of census reports,, as
well as the religious census of 1916.
In making the announcement, Gen General
eral General Harris adds:
'Under the new reorganization law
ull provision has been made for the
moral and spiritual training of our
enlisted men. A new corps of chap-
ains has been created. Their entire
effort will be along the' lines of
character-building and proper guid guidance
ance guidance for the young soldiers' under
heir charge, coupled with the new
programs oi education ana occupa-
ional training for the troops."
Double recleaned seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf
Subject, "Christian Citizenship."
Leader, Wycliff Steele.
Song, Onward Christian Soldiers.
Scripture lesson. Ln. 22:24-28.
Paying Tribune, Bible reading.
Bible references, heavenly citizen citizenship.
ship. citizenship. Song.
Talk. Ihe knworth .League as a
Abraham and Lot as Citizens.
The Bible Key to Citizenship.
Boaz as a Citizen.
Story of Bible Citizens.
Poem, The Twin Ballots. .'
Selection, Political Maxims.
Reading, Give Me Men.
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Funeral Directors & Embalners
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for Wfcste
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night
Meet me at the- American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
'1 fo y
Tirie for dinner 11 a. m. to
For all Classes of
fifrtTif" Fti?o?r "?J4t&if
-r- Cont racier
Photre 445. 723 Wencsa St.
Take a dozen fried oysters home.
You can get them at Hunter's They
will stay hot. 6-4t
Oilafecsa. Fctexst Grres SccaJ AH
" tics ca ATciliag Sidbssss. Sidbssss.-23
23 Sidbssss.-23 Yc-rs.
Cameron. Okla. "I tave csed
Tfcedford'a Black-Draught for about
thfrt-r Tpsn. and certainly ouht to
IlOW by till a time what a good medi
cina it la." eava Mr. T. L. Bostler,
well-known farmer of this place. Mr.
Bostler baa passed his tnree-score-and-
tpnth vear. but declares His neaiia
still la good, "and I, can say Black-
Draaeht did its cart."
"Where there la a lot cf malaria, a
liver medicine is a necessity, and
hftvfi never found one better than
RlArk-Dratisht." continues the Okla
hrnnan. "It 13 one that I know to te
reliable. I sure use It for the liver,
stomach, constipation, indigestion, and
h.q rirmft m a. world of cood. We
use it for the family, and it give
"Most trouble, or sickness, cornea
from the liver, and if taken In time
can be avoided. That is why I use
Black-Draught as I -do. I am much
pleased with results obtained."
Thedford's Black-Draught Is purely
vegetable. It acta on the bowela.-gent-ly
stimulating the liver, and helps In Increase
crease Increase the normal flow of bile into the
intestines. It assists in the digestion
cf food and relieves constipation in
prompt and natural way.
Ask your druggist for a package tc
Doing your grocery buying here, is just as easy
as falling off of a log.
Whenyou enter (to your right) take a basket.
You will find them right before you.
At a glance you can see where the different
classes of goods are located. First comes the
glass goods, such as jams, jellies, preserves,
' pickles, olives, catsups, sauces, etc. Then conies
the canned fruits, vegetables, meats, soups, milk,
cream and so on.
You will see that all glass and canned goods
are on one side of the store, while the package
goods are on;the other side.
When you buy here, you can take your time.
You soon learn where the goods are, and you
will find it a pleasure to do your own selecting.
No clerks to trouble you to tell you that this
is good or this is better. You are the boss.
You don't as much as have'to ask the price.
Best of all YOU SAVE. There is no use
talking, our prices are ROCK BOTTOM. Take
it day in and day out, you can't beat us on
prices. Our store is in a class to itself. VYe
are not competitors of service stores. People
who want to run accounts and have their goods
delivered, will always patronize service stores ;
therefore, the service store will always be
with us. j
; A FEW points in snoppinc :
Don't fail to get a basket.
Don't go to the cashier's counter until your
order is complete.
Don't be afraid to ask questions. Ve are
here to answer them for you.
Don't cause confusion by going back after
you have been checked out. If you are
waiting for some one, please wait for them
at the front.
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Anthonv. Oct. 6. Miss May Gro
rr.tt of Jacksonville is visiting her
Mrs. J. N. Talton, this
Mr. William Fielding of Florence
S. C, is the guest of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. N. Fielding.
Mrs. C. W. Turner and Miss Mabe
Turner returned home Wednesday
from Asheville, N. C where they
scent several months. v f
Mr.- R. A. Manning has been qune
ill for the 'past week.
The young people enjoyed a piliau
.at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
Shealy Friday night.
A larce crowd from Anthony at
tended the barbecue at the Oak school
house Tuesday and enjoyed the speak
ing and splendid dinner.
Miss Ernestine Walsh left for her
home in Savannah last week: after a
two weeks visit with ,her sister, Mrs.
E. C. Beuchler.
Mrs. W. T. Smith and children, who
have been visiting relatives in Web Webster
ster Webster and Center Hill, returned home
Miss Lillie Milligan will leave Sat
urday for Yulee, where she will teach
Mrs. Eva Forbes returned from
Jacksonville last week; Her daughter,
Carrie is very much improved, and
will return home soon after several
weeks spent in a Jacksonville hospi
Our little town was greatly sad
dened Monday when a telegram came
to Mr. and Mrs. T. ; P. Jones, an-
. -a m ll.
nouncmg tne mness oi men- sou.
Hugh, who was in a hospital in At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. Mrs. Jones reached her son
just before his death, Tuesday morn morning.
ing. morning. Hugh joined the army over a
year ago and had been stationed in
Atlanta for some time. The funeral
services were held at the Baptist
church Thursday by Rev. J. C. Boat Boat-wrtght,
wrtght, Boat-wrtght, and the body was Interred in
the Anthony cemetery. Hugh was a
good young man and had hosts of
friends in Anthony and other parts
cf Florida who will learn of his death
with regret. To the bereaved family,
consisting of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. P. Jones, his brothers, Mr.
Milton Jones of Daytona, Mr. Otto
Jones of Anthony, Mr. Herbert Jones
of Ocala and his sister, Mrs. Jonas
Fort of Oklawaha. the citizens of
Anthony extend their deepest sym sympathy
pathy sympathy in their, hour of sadness.
Friday evening a number of our
young people attended the box sup supper
per supper at Sparr, and report having spent
a pleasant evening.
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to expect a saving when you pay CASH and carry
hnmft vmir own Groceries. Ve guarantee you that
saving from credit store prices
treatment and highest quality groceries lor your
money. Ve carry a fresh line of merchandise at all
times. Give us,a trial. As a 'special inducement
ve oner iur r i viin.i
3 pounds Evaporated Peaches for
3 pounds Apples
2 pounds Black Eye Peas
5 pounds Compound Lard
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Get the habit of reaCas Uis sdi.
7 fl. Ocrmolia :
Dent fail to visit the Gtrarantea
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
Sghtlr-r for QUALITY not pricss. if
K. Lane, IL D- Phyc:dr.n t
Sarseon. speciilM Eye, i.zr, Ncc
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f OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1920
If you have any society items,
phone to five-one.
Temperature this morning, 47. But
the little old fan felt good in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Apalachicola oysters at Hunters.
They are fine. 6-4t
Mr. M. Alexander of Tampa was a
business visitor in the city yesterday.
Mrs. W. I. 'Evans of Miami is in the
city on a visit to her mother. Mrs. S.
No fear of germs when you drink
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Rev. John Conoley will hold, serv serv-;
; serv-; ices' tomorrow 'morning at 11 o'clock
'at the Catholic church.
Mr. J. W. Webber of Oak and Mr.
K. C. Denmark of Summerneld were
business visitors in town today.
Flower bulbs at
the Ocala Seed
Miss Annie Needham has returned
home from a deasant vacation of
three weeks srent at Dayton and
Misses Eva and Hilda Sherouse and
Master Broward Sherouse are guests
for the week-end at the home of their
grandmother, Mrs. M. J. Sherouse.
Take a dozen fried oysters home
You can get them at Hunter's They
, will stay hot. 6-4t
Miss Willie Proctor left this after
noon for Jacksonville, where she will
make her home, having accepted a po
sition in the dental offices of Dr. Tay
Mrs. Reed Russell and daughter of
Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Cham
bers of Wildwood, and Mrs. P. W
Collens of Summerneld were shoppers
in town Friday.
Double recleaned seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf
One enthusiastic Ocala girl shat
tered her voice yesterday to splinters
trying to sell tickets for the footbal
game, but we hope she was T able to
root with it today.
Our drinks are all made from true
fruit flavors. Court Pharmacy. 5-3t
The many friends of Mr. J. H
Dean, for many years a faithful dis
penser of ice to Ocala people, will be
glad to learn that he is steadily re
covering from his long illness.
Mrs. Henry Snowden and daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Mrs. O. L. McRae have returned
to thair home at Wildwood s after
pleasant visit in the city, guests at
the home of Mrs. E. A. Snowden.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantea
Qothing & Shoe Company. Every
thintr we sell i3 guaranteed. We're
Aghtivg for QUALITYnot prices, tf
Mis3 Onie Chazal returned home
last evening with her brother, Mr,
John Chazal. by automobile, after
spending a pleasant week in Sanford
as the guest of Miss Corinne Eddy.
Miss Miriam Bean, an attractive
young lady of Springfield, S. C., will
arrive in Ocala Monday afternoon to
be a guest at the home of her cousin,
Miss Lois Livingston for a few weeks.
Apalachicola oysters at Hunters.
They are fine. 6-4t
Mrs. William Dent of St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg and mother, Mrs. S. A. White
of Jacksonville, are visitors in town
for a few days, guests at the home
ot Mrs. J. F. White and Mrs. J. T.
We have received a bunch of dem democratic
ocratic democratic dollars today, but will not
have time to record them before Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. The stalwart democrats are in invited
vited invited to hand in a few more before
Use "Goodnight" and then go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.
After a visit of two weeks to her
sick mother, Mrs. C, L. Moore, Mrs.
Clara Mocre Pyles returned to her
home in Orlando today. Mrs. Moore's
friends will be slad to know she is
The Woman's Auxiliary will meet
3.r the Presbyterian church at 3:30
Monday afternoon. All the members
are earnestly requested to be present.
Following this meeting there will be
a meeting of the executive board. 2t
Visit the most sanitary market and
grocery store in town. We will ap
predate your patronage and give you
fresh goods and, prompt delivery in
return. Cook's Market and Grocery,
N. Main St., Phone 243. 5-tf
Mrs. Frank Drake of Ocala, who
came to Gainesville a few days ago
to place her two little nephews,
Thomas and Ernest Stevens, in the
diocesan school, has returned home.
Drink at the Court Pharmacy. You
can always het on a clean glass. 5-3t
PRESIDENTS WERE PIKERS
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center. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Cleveland: Burns walked. ; Gardner
singled to right. Bums going to third.
Gardner went to second on a passed
ball. Graney, batting for Wood, hit
tc second and Gardner was run down
between third and second, Bums re remaining
maining remaining on third and Graney going to
second on the play. Sewell out, fly to
short. O'Neill base on balls. Cove Cove-leski
leski Cove-leski out. fly to right. No runs, one
hit, no errors.
Brooklyn: Kilduff singled to center
on first pitched ball. Miller hit into
a double play; forcing Kilduff out at
second, third to second to first. Pfeif-
fer out pitcher to first, great play by:
Coveleski. No runs, one hit, no errors.
Cleveland: Evans out second to
irst, Wamby out fly to center j Speak
er out second to first. No runs, no
hits, no errors.
Brooklyn: Olson out second to first.
Johnson beat out hit to pitcher. Grif
fith forced Niese, running for John
son, out at second, second to short.
Wheat forced Griffith at second.
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Brooklyn.. .. .. ..1 5 1
Cleveland Y. ..... .5 11 2
Mr. Wayne TenEyck returned home
yesterday from Macon and Atlanta,
and is being kept busy receiving con
gratulations from his many friends
upon the creditable examination he
passed before the state examining
board m pharmacy. v
The Tampa football team came is
on an early train this morning and
begins scrapping for the pigskin with
the Ocala eleven about the Stars
press time. The Tampa boys are a
fine-looking set of young fellows and
can evidently play good balL The
Ocala boys are showing them Silver
Springs and other objects of interest
Sanitary paper cups used for all
drinks at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Rev. L. C. Collins has been joined
ty his wife and daughter, Miss Ruth
Collins and they are at home in -the
Baptist parsonage on South Third
street. Rev. and Mrs. Collins other
daughter, Miss Julianna Collins, is a
student at Stetson and during the
Christmas holidays will come to
Ocala to spend her vacation with her
parentsY ::' .-. vY v-Y' YY
Xf-" '' NOTICE
All state and county licenses due
October 1st, 1920. Any one doing
business without license after this
date subject to double tax.
W: V. Stripling,
A congregational meeting of the
members of the First Presbyterian
church will be held atjthe church, to
elect new 7offkers, Sunday, October 17,
1920, by order of the session.
L. M. Murray,
Clerk of the Session.
WILL BE MAINTAINED
Yes, we have just had a big fire at
cur plant in Jacksonville, but it didn't
put us out of business. Our auxiliary
plants and branch warehouses all
over the state enable us to continue
to maintain our excellent and prompt
service and it is a pleasure to be able
to announce that we .are in position
to make prompt shipments as usual
of the same good old Ideal Fertilizers.
Order, early to avoid the congestion
of the rush season. Fred W. Ball,
representative in the Ocala territory
for Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer
Company, Manufacturers of Ideal
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at tha corner of
ort King Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended to
J. D. McCaskill. N. G.
II. R. LufTman, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. rn. every sae sae-ond
ond sae-ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, W. HL
OCALA LODGE NO. 285. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lode No. 2S8. Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four : Tuesday eve-
: ningrs of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Ililler, E. &
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
What have you ta sell or tradsT
FALL OF A BASEBALL STAR
FR03I THE FIRMAMENT
Cleveland, Oct. 9. Rube Mar Mar-quard,
quard, Mar-quard, the star pitcher of the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn team, was arrested today charged
with ticket scalping.
BIG HAUL MADE
BY N. C. BANDITS
(Associated Press t
Grover, N. C, Oct. 9. Robbers
blew open the vault of the bank at
Grover early today and escaped with
stamps and bonds worth $12,000. The
burglars were unable to enter the
BAD MONKEY BITE
Athens, Greece, Oct. 9 King Alex
ander, who was recently bitten by a
monkey when he went to the aid of a
cat being worsted in a battle with a
monkey, is reported in a serious con
dition. Fever and intestinal compli
Advertising builds business.
NOTICE OP INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR LETTERS PATENT
Notice is hereby given that we. th
undersigned, .will apply to the Gov
ernor of ths State of Florida, at Talla-
nassee, Florida, on the 20th day of
November, A. XX 192 for Lett
Patent to ibe issued to OAK HURST
LIME COMPANY, under the following
proposed charter, the original of .-which
is on file in the office of the Secretary
of State of the State of Florida, in
JOHN M. MEFFERT.
C. G. FRASER.
WELLINGTON H. MEFFERT
Proposed Charter and Article of In Incorporation
corporation Incorporation of Oak Harat
Lime Com pa ay
JYe: the undersigned, do herebv as associate
sociate associate oiirselves together for ne pur purpose,
pose, purpose, of .becoming incorporated I under
the laws of the state of Florida and
IS rel3y a1t the followinTpros followinTpros-tion?
tion? followinTpros-tion? and articles of incorpSrl-
. Y Article I. YY
Wl Place of Bnnlnesa
n3Slp lace of 'befs Jhalftoe
in Ocala. tMarion county, Florida, tout
it may establish such other "laces of
business i or .branches thereof either
within the state of Florida or else-
fnS th,e,oaur1 of directors may
see fit to establish.
The eeneral na
or businesses to be tranantA k"-
corporation are: J
(a) To manufacture building, agri-
&aI aild chemical lime; rotd ma
terial; and any such forms of lime,
fHdproducts of 1Ime and th lime
?lU!ry as may seem advisable for
1 be welfare of the company;
.to prospect and develop mln-
To, buy, lease and sell lands.
ana au Kinds of personal iDrotertv?
To own and operate farms, farm
lands and agricultural enterprises;
(e) To own and operate commis commissaries
saries commissaries and mercantile establishments ;
(i To borrow money, Issue ibonds,
notes or other obligations, and to se secure
cure secure the same mortgage, deeds,
pledges or other instruments, and to
lend money, taking as security there therefor
for therefor mortgages, deeds, (pledges or other
(g) Generally, to exercise all mh
powers as may tbe necessary or conven convenient
ient convenient to the purpose fit the business or
businesses of this corporation and to
have, exercise and enjoy all the rights,
powers and (privileges incident to cor corporations
porations corporations organized, chartered and ex existing
isting existing tinder amd by virtue of the laws
of the state of Florida.
The amount of the capital stock of
this corporation shall oe TWENTY
THOUSAND ($20,000) DOLJA-RS, to Ibe
divided into Two Hundred shares of
the par value of One Hundred Dol Dol-lare
lare Dol-lare ($100) each, all or any portion of
whlch may be issued for or payable
in money, or labor, services, realtor
personal prorperty, at a fair valuation
therefor to lae fixed toy the tooard of
The term for which this corporation
is to exist is perpetual.
The business of this orn'oratlon Is
to be conducted by the following offi
cers: President, vice nresident.
tary, treasurer and a eeneral manas-er.
any two of which, excent the offices nf
"president and vice-president, may (be
meia joy ine same .person, such of fleers
to toe elected oy the .ooard of directors;
and toy a 'board of directors to ibe elect elected
ed elected by the stockholders, consisting of
iivi less man mree nor more than nve
memtbers. The iboard of directors may
appoint such subordinate officers, hav having
ing having such duties, powers and terms of
office, as it may deem ibest and to the
interest or this corooratio-n. Th an
nual meetings of this corporation shall
oe neia in its ornces in Ocala, Florida,
on the first Tuesday in January of
each year, and the following officers
shall conduct the business of this cor corporation
poration corporation until those elected at the first
meeting of the stockholders and direc directors
tors directors shall aualifv: President. Jrthn AT
Ateffert; vice president and general
manager, C. G. Fraser; secretary and
treasurer, Wellington H. Meffert,
Board of Directors, John M. Meffert, C.
G. Fraser and Wellington H. Meffert.
: Article TI.
The highest amount of indebtedness
to .which this corporation may at any
time subject itself is Twenty Thousand
The names and residences of the
subscribers, together with the amount
of stock subscribed for toy each, are as
John It Meffert
C. G. Fraser
Wellington H. Meffert
STATE OF FLORID' A,
COUNTY OF MARION.
On this day personally came flbefore
me, John M. Meffert, a G. Fraser and
Wellington H. Meffert. each to me w11
I known, and each acknowledged to me
V, V, I 1
mi ue ia uuc ui i ue s u uaci i uers aoove
named and that he sigrned the foregoing-
Notice of Application for Charter
and Articles of Incorporation of OAK
HURST LIME COMPANY, and that he
signed the same for the uses and pur purposes
poses purposes therein set forth and expressed.
My commission expires on the 13th
day of March. 1S21.
Witness any hand and official seal at
Ocala, Florida, this the 5th day of Oc October,
tober, October, A. L 1920.
(Seal) D. NIEL. FERGUSON,
10-8-4t-Sat Notary Public.
YOU CAN SAVE
On your shoe bills by having us re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
. Drug Store
X era n r
The Mnd to
II Carney Tresis Them
DAVIES, The Tire Man
Phones 438-76. 1
Gerig's Drug Store has instituted
"individual service" at its soda foun-
tniin ctl a.
The price of Chandler Automobiles
effective immediately, making it the lowest priced car
on the market, in its class.
POSTALlTELEGRAPH COMMERCIAL CABLES
7 jmk 64 ATLANTA QA Oct 2 1920.,
Spencer-Pedrick Mtr Co.
. Ocala Fla.
We authorize you to say to prospective customers that should
there occur any reduction in the list price on 1921 -mo-dels
prior to May first nineteen twenty-one will refund-to every
purchaser during that period the amount of such reduction.
Our company will make special newspaper announcements.
BUICK MOTOR CO.
KINO, Branch Manager.
2 4 M M V -t
rr-. rr:. ,r:Sj. Kj. ST'- -O- "X"
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line, maximum, one
time, 25c.; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month. Z. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. FOR SALE Fifty acre farm two
miles from Ocala. Apply to owners,
Collier Brothers. 30-tf
FOR SALE WakefieM cabbage'
plants. Immediate shipment. Two
dollars per thousand. Florahome
Plant Co., Florahome, Fla.
LARGE Sweet guavas, $2 per six
basket crate, f. o. b cash with
order. T. B. Snook, Weirsdale,
FOR SALE County maps. Call or
write J. R. Moorhead. 5-tf
WANTED Position in store: two
years experience in general merch
andise. Can furnish references as to
character, also recommendation
from last employer. State salary.
Box 203, Hernando, Fla. 6-8t
FOR SALE Six drawer National
cash register; five foot oak roll top
desk; medium size safe; 170-gallon
all steel Bowser measuring kero
sene oil tank; 600-lb. platform
scales; two-horse gasoline engine,
pump, jack, belt, brass cylinder
pipe and rod for eight foot well;
three 15-inch rolling coulters with
clamps; 32-calibre Colts automatic
pistol. Apply "Register," care the
Star office. 8-6t
WOOD CUTTING If you want your
wood sawed, phone 368. Mrs. D. N
FOR RENT Furnished apartments
for light housekeeping: all modern
conveniences; for adults only. Ap
ply, to Mrs. William Sinclair, No
9rt ITorhort St KAt
, WANTED Invalid wheel chair. Mus
I l ? i -r-it re n.
i oe in ffoon conaition. rnone ib.
oe alii McSeiis,
CLARENCE H. MACKAY, PRESIDENT
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FOR RENT Dwelling on Anthony
road, 200 feet of Oklawaha avenue;
seven rooms, bath, hot and cold
water, gas, electric lights. L. N.
WANTED Two neat white girls as
waitresses. Applv to Il&rrir.gtuti
Hall Cafe. 8-3 1
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light houseeking. Apply at No. 517
light housekeeping. Apply at 517
FOR SALF Five room bungalow
with bath, etc., close m, f-ou. bee
L. M. Murray, Holder Block, Ocala,
V'OOD FOR SALE $1 and $2 loads
of oak and pine wood. Phone 322,
residence. E. Eomolini. 9-Ct
NOTICE TO SCHOOL PATRONS
By permission of the trustees, the
schools have been opening at 8:45 in instead
stead instead of 9 o'clock. A number of com complaints
plaints complaints as to the earliness of the hour
hf.ve reached us. Beginning with
next Monday, which will be the first
day of the second month, all the
schools of the city will not open until
9 o'clock. P. II. Ilensley, Principal.
Arrival and departure cf passaneer
ira:ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILIIOAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15
1:50 pin T&mpa-Manatee 1:35 psa
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:C5pm
ATLANTIC COAST LUiU R. IL
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:43 &ra
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsvilla 3:35
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesvilla 10:13 pea
2:42 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 sin
3:35 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunne!lcn-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:
i io J pm
"Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
has been reduced
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