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OGALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14. 15)20
VOL. 2G, SO. 247
I0RTH CAROLINA ENGLISH INDUSTRY
1L USE OIL
BOARD OF TRADE
II THE I
Uncle Dan Barco TIIs of His Past Few Weeks'
Experience With the Citoyennes
Editor Star: The registration of
1P20, the most remarkable ever held
in this county, has closed and passes
into history as an epoch-making event
in the lives of the women of Marion
Just what the result will be, and
how it will effect the hordes and gov government
ernment government of our country, time alone
will determine, hut being of an opti optimistic
mistic optimistic temperament, we are doing
our best to view the future through
During (he period of registration,
we gave all. regardless of race, color
or sex, & square and fair deal. Our
position during the work kept us
from publicly expressing our views
as to the importance a fd necessity of
i. krgre registration.
Inasmuch as we gave all a square
deal and the work of registration, is
over, we think we should be allowed
the privilege of doffing our official
rcbe for c few minutes and say a word
to thf White women of the county.
efpeci.illy those of the country dis districts.
tricts. districts. Ixroonally, we were opposed
to the franchise coming from the
source it did, but after it came we
took in the situation and determined
to do all we could to make it a suc success.
cess. success. ?.my women, noble and true,
wanted the right to vote, and many
women just as noble and true, did not
want it; but we had hoped that all
alike would realize that rights and
privileges hring duties and responsi responsi-bilities,
bilities, responsi-bilities, 'and one's duty and one's re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility cannot be transferred to
others. ; '
-Quite a number among the best
white women who registered have
told us that they didn't want the
franchise, but as it had been given to
all alike they realized that all alike
had a duty to perform, hence they had
registered and would do all s in their
power to make it a success to the end
that justice and righteousness might
prevail. If any woman more than
' another is to be commended she is of
this class and we had hoped that
, every white woman in our county
would realize what, the franchise-
meant and place herself in a position
where, she could have a voice in the
affairs that mean so much to the
homes of our country.
We desire to commend and praise
the white women of the Ocala district
for the interest they took in the reg registration,
istration, registration, not only for. themselves, but
in encouraging and helping others to
discharge a duty which alike devolves
upon all. We want to thank them for
the genial disposition, pleasant and
home-like feeling each manifested
while in the office and we assure them
that we will always look back to our
! association with them as a bright
spot in our life. ?
Of the 511 who registered, only
three sidetracked our request for
their age and handed us lemons.
These three, however, were good
women and prominent in the social
life of Ocala. With this statement
the public will have to guess if it
wants too, for the public will never
know their names.
Of the 380 negro women who reg registered
istered registered in Ocala we will refer espec
ially to four. One of these was filthy
looking, was filthily dressed and tho
her statements were made under
qath we doubted their correctness.
Two of the others seemed to be too
young but we had to take their state
SUMMING UP THE LIST OF WOMEN AND VOTERS
2 Reddick . .
S Flemington .
4 Cotton Plant ..,
5 Romeo . . .
6 Camp Izzard ...
7 Shady .
9 Lake Weir
10 Moss 'Bluff
12 Salt Springs
13 Fort McCoy ..
14 Orange Springs
15 Linadale .. ...
16 Citra . ......
17 Anthony ...
18 Martin .
19 Stanton . . ,
20 Blitehton .. ...
21 Belleview ....
22 Mcintosh .....
23 Pedro . ......
24 Dunnellon .
25 Candler ....
26 Sparr . .....
'27 Eureka .. .....
28 Levon .... ...
29 Kendrick . ...
30 Martel ......
31 Fairfield .. ...
32 Geiger . ......
33 Emathla .. ....
Total number registered
ments and put their names on the
book. The fourth one presented her herself
self herself and under oath stated her age as
20,. so we relieved her of any further
work, but we believe the same one
came again several days afterwards
with the name slightly changed and
with a different residence number,
but perhaps there will be more said
of this case later. All of the nthers
m'wW HmA) mmHiiofnl fV,w.
selves in a commendable way while in
the office and were courteous and, re
spectfui m answering the questions
propounded. We assure them that we
appreciate this, and we are sure there
no town in the state that has a
higher, if as high, a class of negro
women as Ocala.
During our work there were some
little incidents that we will mention.
One girl came to register and stated
that she. was a' Red Cross nurse and
Dtcause pi our nigh regard lor mat
-j.- i t
organisation ner biatement KnocKea
lid can Cnlacc Vilif" txra vanmrif rn-i I
Wo v. ,v.v.wrv, u.Ior muraer. in o woman nas oeen
nflrmri.fUHftn xvh cho mm eu l .-.-...j -.x
was only twenty years old: One old
woman, an ex-s ave. saiM when we
when we I
asked if' she could read:
No honey, and I can't vote and
didn't want to 'reddish hut da ins
riado me cum here'
Annfhr nM Toran Qw cho h.i
registered, said she nursed us when
v. ; 4.i,- 14 j u I
ursi; uauy in tiic vvuiiu aim one uc-i
lieved we had grown up to be the best J
man in the world.
such a compliment as this we couldn't
dare dispute her claim. r
One man said he had never regis
tered but wanted to fix himself so he
could vote for "Hardy Coody.' 'and
we sensed the fact that he had the
iniHuie -ii vio-hf C -ma aairoA hi
where this man Hved and what office
he was running for, but he didn't
knW At,a 0 if Tv.Qxr ho hQf
-nnH rlpmw.rat will o-ot hie mto
o;n :j u
A anA rt,il?r,'f VAto AiAr
want to register, but his siety"!
wouldn't insure his life unless he reg
We were brought up
crrnes and like all true southerners of
. Aa 41, toci
them, especially the ex-slaves a
feeling close akin to love, but there
is one thing about the more intelli
gent class of negroes that we've never
been able to understand, and that is
j'ust why they encourage and perhaps
force this ignorant class to register
when it is a well known fact that they
can't even make a cross mark,, much
less select the candidates of their
choice. Why do they want to in
crease the per cent of ignorant reg
::r ::v:ZAhaS appealed to Virginians to observe
uou nvuicui wiii vriu aix cuiiic kjii cicv
in the hallot box. when or.lv nerhanal
mn -i.J..n u L
candidates of their choice-the repub-
these Sso Mn M5t nT1 in0nir0Tlf t0
9SA r.omCC nn 1,.. aaItb
that are useless? It seems to us that!
u uie mieingeni ciass oi ne-
at ttf a .i
Chmilfj riOQ oWo TQfTT nnli'iino anT
3 xS3.; w uuS1I,s """
that our-work with them during reg
istration was far more pleasant thanjfn tjjC 0fc
. . .D. N. Barco
.E. D. Rou
. R. E. Mathews
Rosa B. Veal
..W. J. Folks
. . H. A. Ross
....Fred Buhl- -.
. .R. L. Clyburn
. . .J. T. Lewis
J. C. Pillans
. ...J. A. Hicks
: . W. P. Williamson
. . .J. W. Stevens
. .John Livingston
. . C. A. McCraney
. ...R. K. Wartmann
... .J. R. WUder
. .. .F M. Vinton
....A. C. Thomas
....IL J. McCully
O. M. Gale
. . C. H. Bateman
S. G. Lovell
, . W. H. Hoffman
. . J. N. Marshall
. . .A. J. Stephens
. . ,G. B. Parramore
981 C. E. Lucius
....B. C. Webb
. . .Bessie F. Smith
. . M. L. Payne
. . .D. R. Zetrouer
. .R. W. Ferguson
DID HOT OBEY
Old North State has So far Refused
to Take Orders from Interstate I
Commerce Commission j
(Associated Press) I
Washington, Oct. 14. An investi-
;tion of the failure of the North
P1U" r auiw" mcreaMsu
,u..uaBc'ia winmi W1C "B
s"""ar interbuius rates ims ureii
bfdered by thejnterstate Commerce
Commission. The hearing was set
for Nov. 12th, at Raleigh.
COTTON FIGURES ?
Cotton consumed during beptember I
amounted to 4o7,b47 running bales or
lint and 37121 bales of linters, the
consus bureau announced today.
PRESIDENT COMMUTED A WOM-
ANS SENTENCE i
President Wilson todav commuted I
h0 life imprisonment the sentence of
Jnsenhine Berrv. a vouner neeress who
was to have been hansred tomorrow
i -fcT : :v i I
rangea in me uismci since me ex
ecution of Mrs. Surratt, in connection
.:u v- t i
with the Lincoln assassination.
TREASURY WONT HELP KEEP
ipe agricultural conierence tooay
theat the treasury would not be a
nanv zo witnnoiaine commoaiiiesi
from the market to maintain men
Prices : : -.
Vanwert, Ohio, Oct. 14. Gov. Cox
declared-. ex-President Taft's state-
I ment that if Cox is elected enough
republican senators would remain to
?ie tne treaty inaicatea a pian to
disregard decision in the league ref-
i erenaum. inis means, ne said, mai
I ii ,i
1 Lne orazen conspirators in me oen-
ate purpose to treat tne mandate oi
I il 1 T X A. J J
pwpie witn cuuiemjui um mm
ineir DaKs on tne expressed win oi
WILL CONDEMN THE SHIPS
Norfolk, Oct. 14. Prohibitioo Of
ficer Brame today announced thatjelr and considerable cash by two
ships bringing smuggled whisky to
this port would be confiscated by fed- I returning home from a social f unc unc-eral
eral unc-eral agents. j tion. One woman saved $30,000
APPEAL TO VIRGINIANS
Richmond, Oct. 14. -Gov. Davis
. ... T r x.-
wwocr ui as League ox canons
Best patent flour, plain or self-ris-
ing, 12 lbs. 90c, 24 lbs. $1.75. MAIN
STREfiT MARKET. Phone 108. ll-6t
Delicious cocoanut and numnkin
Dies for Satnrdav. ( artfr"a RakPrv Ht
we had anticipated and
credit for it,
Pur thanks and appreciation to our
assistant, Mrs. Mason, for services
fnr the genial and
pleasant-disposition displayed while
Thinking that perhaps the
of the county would like to know the
result of tne recent registration in
sciar as concerns the women, we fur
nish the information by districts. In
tne table which follows only "women
are represented. The first column a communication to the Star, prais prais-gives
gives prais-gives the approximate number of ing the reunion and ; asking the Star
white women m the district, the sec-
ong column the number registered,
and then the per cent with fractions
omitted. The same applies to the
negro women. Those who are dispos-
ec can study and analyze the figures
and draw their own conclusions.
bupervisor of Registration.
The price of Chandler Automobiles has been reduced
$208 on all Moclels
m effective immediately, making it the lowest priced car
on the market, in its class. A
Ocala Anito amidl (EaFagje Comnipainiy
TO BE TIED UP
Long Threatened Strike of the Coal
Miners Scheduled to Be-
London, Oct. 14. Miners' officials
today decided that the long threaten-
ed strike of coal miners which is ex-
tl"r" ? 1
ALEAAUEK VfcKX ILL,
Athpna Dot 14 Tflncr AleYander
LontiTinp -rfHrallv ;n ns the result
fif a monv wtp w his nhvsicians
reported the outlook for
BOMB KILLED SEVEN
Diihli-n TrelnnH Orf. 14.. Seven
men were killed and five wounded by
the explosion of a bomb in a house
near here. It is believed the men
were experimenting with bombs which
they intended to use in attacks upon
rnvniTinv TTTVPH ANfiF.n
t.-j. n 14 Tha rnnHitinn nf
London, Uct. 14. l ne condition 01
Tnrrl Mavnr Mrweenv
fcS d! 1 of S
tmrd day OI nlS nung
Lord Mayor McS weeny on the sixty
rer strike was
APEX OF THE H.C.OFL
HAS BEEN ATTAINED
Is the Cheerful Prediction JVIade by
iicmcn nuuvcr nu
of the high cost of living has been
reached in America and from now on
j prices will undergo a downward re
I adjustment, Herbert Hoover declared
in a speech here today. He said that
I labor wages need not come down witn
living costs if labor increases produc-
I 4 nrormrun DPDfTPW
i ui&iui t iuu huuivi
TaaIt 1 a IhiitiiIii TT? f.U
i j n nna im
Lifers Who Had Been
Out All Night
Chicago, Oct. 14. Six women, the
wives of prominent manufacturers and
business men, were held up and robbed
of thousands of dollars worth of jew
bandits early today wnile they were
worth of jewelry by dropping it on
the floor of the automobile while her
companion was handing over her
IT WOULD BE TOO BIG
I a tad rnD tt nnivr
i -t i un uniwuiu
On Board Special Train, Oct. 14.-
Senator Harding en route to Louis-
ville from Chattanooga, where he ad-
day made a number of rear platform
I v :
Bfccl-uca ucuiwiaut khhwm, hi
lwhlch assailed what he termed a
one-man government ana xne league
Messrs. McGahagin, Badger and
priest have returned from the Hous-
ton reunion, and are constant in their
I praise of Texas people for their
boundless hospitality and excellent
- j management.
- I Mrs. Carney did not return to
j Ocala with the veterans, but stopped
m Georgia to visit friends. She sends
to give her good wishes to her Ocala
Don't miss the MFig Flake Sundae"
at the Court Pharmacy, the kind Eve
I We can save you money on your
I fall suit. Jake Goldman. 13-3t
Oil OUR ROADS
The County Commissioners Have
Voted the Purchase of Machinery
for the Purpose
The commissioners of Marion coun-
ty are going to do something that
many for a long time have thought
would result in solving the road prob-
lems of the county. The commission- ization and there should be a good
ers have voted the purchase of ma- attendance, of the merchants espec espec-chinery
chinery espec-chinery to oil the lime rock roads, iHy. Besides this the board of gov gov-having
having gov-having seen the success of the oiled ernors recommends that there be a
roads in Dade county. The plan calls one-day membership drive, to get into
for several coats of road oil and the organization all those who did not
sand the first year and sufficient oil become members during the drive of
thereafter to keep the roads in a lt spring. There are several corn corn-good
good corn-good state of preservation. If this nnttee reports on projects upon which
oiling is a success here a considerable the trade body has been working that
mileage can be taken care of in this
way. The Ocala lime stone makes
an excellent foundation if properly
bound and water-proofed and the
federal road bureau recently approv approved
ed approved of this limestone on state road No.
2 in Alachua county.
The machinery ordered purchased
Ki- tho T,tTr onmrnissinners included
a steam roller with scarifier attached
Q ;i heater and di.trihiitor.
PARKS ARE IN PERIL
Qreedy Corporations May Take Them
Away from the People
Amherst, Mass., Oct. 14. A dec-
laration that national parks through-
out the country are in imminent peril
by virtue of the recently enacted
water power legislation was made to-
day by Horace McFarland, president
cf the American Civic Association, in
addressing that body. He said that
under the law corporations have
right to file claim on every drop of I
falling water in any federal reserva-
tion and use the resources of the
parks for a selfish advantage.
SWINGING THEM OFF
IN THE WINDY CITY
Chicago, Oct. 14. Two men were
hanged today and another goes to-
morrow. Ten others sentenced to
hang today and tomorrow were grant-
ed reprieves. All were convicted of
COOPER WILL SEE
ABOUT THE COTTON
Columbia, Oct. 14. Gov. Cooper
has requested the state insurance
commissioner to investigate threats
against cotton gins reported from
This week, bananas, avocado and!
Flemish beauty pears, Malaga, Tokay,
Concord and Emperor grapes, York
Imperial, Grimes golden and belle-
flower apples, Rockyford cantaloupes,
;elery, oranges, grapefruit, persim-
nons, limes, peaches and cranberries.
Phone 218. W. A. Stroud. No deliv-
iry. West side square.
The council didn't pass the ordi-
nance, but we put in the individual
service. Gene's Drag Store. 29-tf
Full dress shoes, shirts, collars, ties
and mufflers, all the latest. Better
get yours wkile your size is here. H.
A. Waterman, The Haberdasher. 133t
-nrauiB pun suo3 joj suf o oq
nition. A complete stock. 13-3t
Dr. Edison's Cushion Sole shoes for
tender feet and "Eazall" arch pro-
tecting shoes, can be had only at Lit-
tie's Shoe Parlor. llftt
Your feet are your best friends. If
they give you trouble, why not have
a free examination by M. M. Little,
Pont fail to visit the Guarantea
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Matter of Unusually Great Impor Importance
tance Importance Will Come Before the
Tonight the Marion County Board
of Trade meets in regular session at
8 o'clock. A matter of unusual im-
portance is to come before the organ-.
are oi vuai interest. 10 tne city.
i Only a Couple of Patriotic Plunks to
Report this Afternoon
They say there is always a calm
after a storm and we notice that when
simoleons pour in one day they are
generally shy the next. J)r. Baskm
r -r-k ii i 1 r TT l
oi jjunneiion, just uacK irom xiot
Springs, looking and feeling better
than for some time, handed us a plas-
fer for broken finance today and Al-
1C" J vv
were peritniiy guou. ruuuwiug are
Donations to Date
R. E. Layton $ 1.00
J. D. McCaskill
W. T. Gary
J P. Phillips .....
J. H. Benjamin ...
J. R. Owens ......
R. A. Burford
ajMrs. R. A. Burford
Miss Mary Burford ...'.. 2.00
R. F. Rogers 10.00
Barney Spencer 1.00
I Nathan Mayo 5.00
J. W. Hunter 1.00
Ocala Banner 5.00
W. F. Yocum
W. A. Knight ......
I Cash ..
R. L. Martin ......
W. K. Zewadski
G. S. Scott
W. A. Wilds
Mrs. James H. Hill
IE. C. Bennett
M. L. Reynolds ...
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead
J. R. Moorhead .... 2.00
W. W. Stripling 1.00
Cash '. ... 5.00
C. E.xSimmons 1.00
Taylor Bros. 25.00
Buford Leitner 1.00
Sid Whaley 1.00
John R. Rogers 1.00
Mrs. Ernest Blair 1.00
Judge W. S. Bullock ......... 5.00
L. H. Chazal 5.00
Cash .. ... 1.00
Irs. W. S. Bullock 1.00
J. M. Douglass 1.00
J. M. Thackerson
L- W. Duval ......
Mrs. L. W. Duval
Mrs. W. T. Gary .
I W. L. Bard ......
IL. S. Light
JC W. Moffatt 1.00
Miss Fannie Clark
Miss Nellie Stevens
y w Lloyd
I Allen Rodgers
the undersismed members of the
Ocall Finance Corrmittee. All con-
- tributions noted in the Star.
J. H. Benjamin, Chairman.
L. H. Chazal, Secretary.
W. T. Gary, Treasurer.
Saturday, the Es.stern Star will
I conduct a rummage sale together
with a sale of fancy -cakes in one of
the offices of the Yonge block. Eve
rybody cordially invited. 14-2t
If you have some good eggs, X have
I a good incubator. If you want chick chick-lens
lens chick-lens hatched, call phone 185-G. J. E.
Frampton, Ocala, Fla. 13-t
Double recleaned seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf
Hot Boston Bz.ked Beans and
Erown Bread for Saturday night
supper. Carter's Bakery. 14-3t
bweaters for the man or boy. Get
I ii one wnue we nave your size. a. a.
,4 Waterman, The Haberdasher.
OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1920
cala Evenma Star
Pabllabed Every Day Except Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
IU n. Carroll, Prewldent
P. V. Lea veil good, Secretary-Treaaarer
J. II. Henjamln. Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as
Baafaeaa Offiee .Five-One
Editorial Department Two-Seven
Soeletr Reporter Five-One
not to interfere but to keep order,
and with cheerful assistance of the
voters, Ocala expects to have a quiet
. Many people have asked us if it
was likely the women vote would be
cast for the twenty-million dollar
bond amendment. Shouldn't be -sur
prised if a good deal of it was. We
have spoken to half a dozen ladies
about the matter, and with one ex-
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Legal advertisements It legal rates.
The voters must remember that the
names of candidates appear in al alphabetical
phabetical alphabetical order on the ticket. Let
them study the following names over
every day between now and election,
and their eyes and memories will au automatically
tomatically automatically guide the pencil when
they mark their ballots:
P. W. Corr.
Charles E. Jones.
J. G. Sharon.
G. B. Wells.
HOLD UP THE BONDS
Marion county has not yet sold its
bonds for the Dixie Highway and the
i .- i a j .r at .a.
siate roaa on tne western siue ui. iue;4
cotmty, and the Star would advise )
the commissioners not to sell them tm- j ;
til after election, even if they have j?vt
a eood ODDortunitv. '!
1 ne reason we give tnis aavice is
that we think that if the bond amend amendment
ment amendment carries in the state, the conse-
rt yr" f iii
Looks to us like gambling predom predominates
inates predominates over sport in baseball of late
Scandal doesn't do as much harm
as it used to because almost every everybody
body everybody is used to it.
The easy days of the democracy in
Florida are over. From now on dem democrats
ocrats democrats will have to work for what
they want. ", .
Men who try to prevent their wom women
en women folks from voting will find public
sentiment against them, and in a very
few years it will sweep them out of
Principal Barnwell of Fessenden
Academy, who was in town the other
day, said that very efficient school
was progressing finely, and that the
teachers and pupils were preparing to
make a good exhibit at the Marion
The proposition to have a uig dem democratic
ocratic democratic ratification meeting in Ocala
has taken right hold. A number of
our prominent citizens are at ; work
making arrangements and have wired
Congressman Clark to come over and
make us a speech. It is likely we will
have a large, round time, and we want
our country friends to come to town
and help whoop things up.
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 satisfaction.:
tion.: satisfaction.: .- 1
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
ception they are for the amendment. quent load of taxation will break the
The one exception is a business wom
an who is better posted than the av average
erage average on public affairs and knows
what it is to pay taxes. Those for
it have very little experience if any
in business or politics. A few ques
tions showed they had not studied the
question, and 'the principal reason
they will have for voting for the
amendment is that they want the
roads, just like they want anything
else they think will be agreeable. Such
things as the increase in taxes, the
permanent saddling on the state of
a law that will inevitably cause cor corruption
ruption corruption of public men, the possibility
that they will obtain only inferior
and shoddy roads, and in many parts
of the state not any, have been re reflected
flected reflected on by few. They seem to
have an idea that they can stick a
vote in one side of a ballot box and
see a broad, firm highway unrolling
itself from the other.
county down. We will have to pay
on present public expenses, interest
on our own bonds and interest on the
state bonds. Now, if we must help!
pay a heavy state debt for roads, we j
snould insist that .the state build j
roads for us. It is not fair for us to!
spend our money to help build a state
highway, and also be taxed to build j
highways for counties that haven't j
the public spirit-to build their own j
roads. The people out in the north-1
east, northwest and southeast corners
cf the county have greater claims on
us than the neonle of backnumber
west and north Florida counties.
If you want to live in the kind of
; town ; '
Like the kind of town you like,
You needn't slip your clothes in a grip
And start on a long, long hike;
YouH only find what you've left be
For there's nothing that's really new,
It's a knock at yourself when you
knock your town
It isn't your' town, it's you!
Real towns are not made by men U
Lest somebody else gets ahead,
When every one works and nobody
shirks ; -
You can raise a' town from the dead.
And if, while you make your personal
Your neighbors can make one, too,
Your town will be what you want to
It isn't the town, it's you!
William John Walker.
ANNUAL W. M. u OF TOE
SAVES -TOU. MONEY-
Get the habit of doing your GROCERY BUYING at
these stores. You will profit by the habit.
Two Stores. One on the EAST and one on the WEST
side of the city square. The new store is next
to B. Goldman s business.
Here is a list of our regular prices picked at random:
SUGAR Fine Granulated, per pound V "M i-2c
Cloverbloom Butter, pourcL.67c Wilson's Nut Oleo, pound.-.. 35c
Lard Compound, pound....... -20c White Bacon, pound ..25c
Fancy Evaporated Apples, poimdL.. ....20c
Engelhard Roasted Premium Maxwell House Coffee, pound.. 44c
. Coffee, pound....-. 30c Arbuckle Coffee, pound ....... 38c
Green Coffee, pound 19Vfcc
Octagon Soap ......... ...... .r. .. 8c
Pearline, package .u... 5c Clean Easy Soap .... ..6c
Rub No More Soap ...-.7c Sopade .......... 8c
WILSON'S CERTIFIED BRAND SHORTENING
This is a very low price. We guarantee satisfaction. Your money
refunded if you are not pleased.
2-lb. buckets Wilson's Shortening 58c 4-lb. buckets Wilson's Shortening $1.10
til' li.i.. -''"' ...r'
GOOD TASTE IN A MONUMENT
is as much as requisite as artistic de design
sign design and execution. It is found in
every memorial tsone we erect.
Whether the stone chosen be of the
simplest or the most ornate descrip description
tion description it wil lalways be within the
bounds of good taste if ordered here.
Book of designs shown any time any anywhere.;'
where.;' anywhere.;' :: .;.'"-"
OCALA ill ARC LE WORKS
It would never have occurred to our
granddaddies that children needed
special apparatus for their play playgrounds.
grounds. playgrounds. All children were thought
to be well supplied if they had a
place to play in generally the street,
if they lived in the city. Community
and school playgrounds, fitted with
apparatus for fun and exercise, are
rapidly coming into favor in all our
cities. A good instance is that of
our high school playground, which has
a number of appliances to tempt the
children's fun and develop their mus muscles.
cles. muscles. The children use this apparatus
not only during recess, but come back
to the school ground late in the aft afternoons,
ernoons, afternoons, on Saturdays and Sundays,
to avail themselves of it. There is
a good-sized crowd of children on
the playgrounds during nearly every
hour of daylight, and not only the
children but their parents are the
Every effort will be made to make
election day in Marion county quiet
and free from friction and at the same
time expedite voting. It is going to
be a strenuous job, on account of the
great addition to the number of vot voters.
ers. voters. The arrangement in the Ocala
precinct will be excellent. The court
room upstairs has been used for years
as a voting place and did very well
for the men, but its access and exit
are too narrow., for the crowd that
will be out on this election day. The
two ballot boxes, A to M, and N to Z,
with their inspectors will be placed in
the center of the rotunda downstairs,
and ropes will be drawn to keep peo
pie at the regulation distance from
the boxes while not voting. The
voters will come in by the four halls
from the north, south, east and west
doors. Each class of voters will have
a door and a hall to itself the white
women one, the white men another,
the colored women the third and the
colored men the fourth. Each of these
divisions will have its own booths,, of
which there will be two in each corner.
There will be officers in the vicinity
For all Classes ot
Stone, Brick, Wood
. D. McCasMU
Phone 448. 728 Wenona St.
Careiul estimates made on all con contract
tract contract 'work. Gives more and better
work f r the money than any other
contract or in the city.
The annual meeting of the W. M.
U. Association for Marion county, to
be held with the Dunnellon Baptist
church, beginning' on Thursday, Oct.
21st, at 8 p. m., will be an interesting
occasion. Following is the program:
Song, All Hail the Power of Jesus'
Scripture reading by Rev. J. F.
Song, How Firm a Foundation.
Address, The Seventy-five Million
Campaign Dr. Collins, Ocala.
Solo by Miss Willis, Crystal River.
Address, The Work m General
Mrs. Peelman, Jacksonville.
Song, Jesus Shall Reign.
Friday, Oct. 22, 10:30 A. M.
Devotional conducted by Mrs. R. J.
Rawls, Crystal, River.
Welcome by Mrs. L
Response by Mrs. J.
Appointment of committees.
Reports of societies.
Reports from president and super
Standard of Excellence Mrs. S. A.
Solo by Miss Willis, Crystal River.
Need for Equipment of Hospitals
on Foreign Fields, and What We Can
Do to Meet this Need Mrs. Chris Christian,
tian, Christian, Mcintosh. ; :
Margaret Fund Mrs. Whittaker,
Song, O, that Will be Glory.
Seaman's Institute Mrs. W. T.
Missionary Magazine and Witness
Mrs. Hickson, Micanopy.
Mission Study Mrs. Burnett, of
Crystal River. :
' Solo by Mrs. George Havens, Dun Dunnellon.
nellon. Dunnellon. W. M. U. Training School Mrs. N.
A- Fort, Lynne. v
Report of Committees.
Election of officers.
Song, Blest Be the Tie that Binds.
Dunnellon will be prepared to en entertain
tertain entertain any delegates who might
come, and it is desired that the va various
rious various churches will send a full repre representation.
sentation. representation. Mrs. T. N. Strange,
Snowdrift, 4 pounds. .$1.05
Snowdrift, 8 pounds. .... .-.$2.05
Cottonbloom Shortening, 4 lbs. 95c
Cottonbloom Shortening 8 lbs. .1.85
Cottolene, 4 pounds. .... 08c
Cottolene, 8 pounds -51.85
10c Spices, Cloves, Cinnamon, Alspice, Red Pepper, Black Pepper and 0
White Pepper --J .. vl
10c package Tetley's Tea.. 8c
5c package Tetley's Tea.... ... 4c
Calumet Baking powder, lb. tins 25c
Rumford Baking Powder, 17 & 32c
Royal Baking Powder, 23c and 43c
Brooms.. ... 75c, $1.00 and $1.25
5c PEANUT BARS..
5c Cocoa nut Bars
5c Big Stick Candy
CAM B Y
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CASH and CAEMY
One EAST and one WEST of City Square
. Ocala, Florida
Sltop all tlie ee MeaFesS to oe.,
sr.-- w-. w -' w T. "w--.CvO -m-Jm ?XvX"-"X"- "X" Z-T'- Z'--"X m'- M"v;S"V vSVm 'm:Z
We are agents for the Walk-Over
and Beacon Shoes. Jake Goldman. 3t
ESSEX STHPEB AMEI
Advertise and get Results
Raising the Family 'Hen was Serious hewast
i .a I , 1 i i :
OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1920
: Phone 5G2
Cash and Carry
See our Bargain Counter
A Different Article Each Day
This Is NOT a Branch Store,
but owned exclusively hy
ABBOTT & LUFFMAN
7 N. Magnolia St,
Belleview, Oct. 13. A very inter-
sting event took place last Wednes
day night. Oct. 6th, at Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Baxter's residence at 8 o'clock
when their eldest daughter, Dorothea
Goldie Baxter was united in mar
riage to Mr. Harry C. Harrell by Rev.
A. Lawhon of Jacksonville. The
house was very tastily decorated and
the bride carried a beatif ul bouquet
of ferns and roses. Only a few of
their most intimate friends were
present at the ceremony,' the parents
of the bride and groom, Miss Eleanor
Abshire, Miss Grace Stanley, 'Winters
Hames and Jesse Freer
J. II. SPENCER
W. R. PEDRICK
We Mali ea Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.
GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TOBES
Exclusive Agsnls for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Mo Guarantee
An Up-to-Date Battery Service Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. . J
GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.I
SPMCER pSEkF MOTOR CO.
Shady, Oct. 13. Mr. Tolbert Hodge
of Gum Swamp, but formerly of
Shady, was here Sunday driving a
good-looking truck. Mr. Hodge's
ci op did not turn out so well and he
bought a truck and with a good crop
of hogs and plenty of hauling to do,
things are picking up with him.
Mr. W. J. Edwards is having some
repairing done on his cottage and
otherwise improving things about his
Mrs. F. G. Buhl and small children
visited Mrs. R. C. Bailey Monday
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gaskin
MARKET and GROCERY
The Store o! Quality
After the ceremony Mr. Joe Mar
shall accompanied by the Misses Tre-'
mer took the bride and groom to
Ocaja and on returning at about 12
o'clock there were all welcomed at the
home of ,Mr. C. A. Tremere with a
serenade. The young couple have
many friends who. wish them a long
and happy married life.
Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Smith entertained at their home with
peanut boiling which was much
enjoyed by all the young folks.
The dance at the Civic League Fri
day night was enjoyed by alL
Rev. E. A. Lawhon and Dr. Tred-
well have returned to Jacksonville.
Miss Katharine Feuchter entertain
ed at her home Friday night in honor
of her sixteenth birthday. Many in
teresting games wer played and re
f reshments of ice cream and cake
were served at a late hour.
Mr. Bennie Shedd is home from for
a few days visit with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. N. Shedd. He came Sat
urday and it being his birthday s
merry crowd of young people gave
him a surprise party Saturday night.
Mrs. J. G. Coggswell and Miss
Rotsford returned to their home here
Sunday from spending the summer in
Connecticut. We are always glad to
see our many northern, friends return
for the winter.
The Baptist Young People's Union
gave the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs.
IL A. Harrell. a miscellaneous shower
at their home Tuesday night. They
are amking their home on the John
Brown place. After the bride and
groom looked over their many useful
gifts, games were played and refresh refreshments
ments refreshments of punch, cake, cookies and
peanuts served. v
Belleview has a shoemaker in town
now, Mr. Baulknight. He has his
shoe shop in the Dudley store at the
left of the real estate office in the
Miss Leona Hetherington of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and Mrs. James Boring of
Youngstown, O., are visiting the Mon Monroes
roes Monroes at the Lake View house this
The B Y. P. U. held a business
meeting with the Misses Tremere
Tuesday m night and great plans were
made for a Hallowe'en social to be
held in the town hall Oct. 30. You
are invited to attend. A lollv crood
time is anticipated by all.
The opening of the Lake View ho
tel is a pleasant social affair of Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night, October 16th. The peo
ple of Belleview have been eagerly
waiting for this announcement as
many long summer weeks have been
spent in putting the big hotel in shape
for the entertainment of guests. Now
is stands majestically on the big hill
overlooking Lake Lilian, with brand
new furnishings throughout, electric
lights and running water. This is one
of Belleview's biggest drawing cards,
of which her people are justly proud.
Mrs. H. B. Monroe and her sister,
Mrs. O. S. Shade, who own and will
manage the Lake View, take this
means of extending a cordial invita invitation
tion invitation to all their friends and well wish
ers to attend this occasion that will
mark a new era in Belleview.
FACTORY PLANT FOR SALE IN OCALA
on account of late owner's death.
T arrro tViToo.cf nr-p hniMIner Sf) x 90 with 40 x 40 one-storv addition on
iiriro w rnmrAai and TPadv for one ation with boiler, two steam eneines;
one SO-Hp. Westinghouse electric motor, eight cotton gins (short and long
staple) cotton press, cotton earner system with rnetai conveyors, veivei
bean huller and grinder, grist mill, new bolting mill (never been used) ele
.. a J
vator, shafting, belting, pulleys, platform scales. jrienty room on ioz ior
expansion. Here is an opportunity to continue a business which has been
in operation for a great many years, now at a standstill on account 01
death. For further particulars apply to
FRANK W. DITTO, Ocala, Florida, or
D. S. WOODROW, Ocala.
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
visitors in Belleview Sunday.
Mr.' and Mrs. S. L. Redding went
to Winter Garden Saturday to visit
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Blair. They made
the trip in Mr. Ray Bedding's truck,
returning Sunday evening.
We are sorry to hear that little
Miss Leslie L. Horne is sick with
fever and hope she will be quite well
Mr. and Mrs. Bloodworth of Miami
are visiting relatives nere. Mrs.
Bloodworth was before her marriage
Miss Mary Gaskin, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. E. Gaskin of this
Mr. B. J. Woods returned to Weirs
dale Saturday after a week's visit to
his family here.
George Leak and his rord were
visitors here Sunday, coming over
especially to help Ebbie Hugh Doug Douglas
las Douglas celebrate his birthday. They
Two of the youngest ladies in this
precinct to register were Mrs. Martha
Goin, about 80. and Mrs. George
Leak, somewhere, we judge, in the
70's; Nearly all of the white women
registered and we believe will vote
the ticket correctly.
Shady needs a garage. We have
some good mechanics here and with
a little capital to begin with, a little
training and some experience a good
business for some one could be start
ed and a much felt want supplied.
What about Shady at the fair?
Let's let each school community ap appoint
point appoint one man to get up exhibits
from patrons and residents therein
and have one booth at the fair and
these three men, one representative
from each school, look after the ex exhibits.
hibits. exhibits. We are in one of the best
farming sections in Marion and could
have an exhibit second to none if we
tried. Let's get busy in time and
work' up a big community exhibit.
The Goin school has challenged the
Shady school for a spelling match,
he date to be announced later. Three
Rahs!' for Shady school.
The farmers are baling some of
hat good hay heretofore mentioned.
The supply is good, the quality bet-
Corner Store in Harrington Hall Elotel
Apply at Hotel Office.
ter and the auahtity seems ,to be
quite sufficient, thank you.
Rev. J. H. Martm will preach here
Sunday morning and evening. A full
house is desired at both services.
We are agents for the Walk-Over
and Beacon Shoes. Jake Goldman. 3t
vaivary, uct. id. we were very
sorry to hear of the death of Mrs
Mrs. Miller and children were vis
iting Mrs. M. J. Morrison last Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. George Buhl and
children and Miss King were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mor
Mr. Vernon Miller was the guest
of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. Morrison last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cobra and children
and Mr. Peacock were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. .Morrison last
Miss Ruby Miller is the guest of
Mrs. M. J. Morrison this week.
We hear there are a few of the
school children on the sick list thi3
P. O. BOX 606
LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS,
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.
WE NEVER DISAPPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE.
CARD OF THANKS
The thoughtful expressions and
many acts of kindness that have been
shown to us since the death of our be beloved
loved beloved son and brother have been ap
preciated and of great comfort to us
T. P. Jones.
Mrs. T. P. Jones.
M. C. Jones. -Mrs.
M. C Jones.
O. G. Jones.
Mrs. O. G. Jones.
H. T. Jones.
Mrs. H. T. Jones.
J. G. Jones.
Mrs. J. G. Jones.
J. J. Fort.
Mrs. J. J. Fort.
Oak Vale. Oct. 13. Miss Lonnie
Clancy returned Sunday evening from
visit of two weeks with relatives
and friends m Gainesville, Mr. and
Mrs. Howell bringing her home.
All the ladies of the Oak Vale
community have registered with the
exceDtion of nerhans one. None of
them wanted the privilege but con
sidered it their duty.
Farral Boyer, who has been work
mg in a garage at LeesDurg, came
over from Gainesville Thursday. He
went to consult a doctor about re-
mo viner a niece of steel which had
lodged in one of his eyes. They ad
vised him to go to Jacksonville, which
he did that afternoon. His parents
hsve received word that the steel
could not be removed and an opera
tion would be necessary.
Messrs. M. D. Clancy and Henry
Anderson Jr. attended the K. of P.
banquet at Newberry Thursday eve
We just heard that our teacher.
Miss Constance Jacobi of Williston,
will quit our school the end of this
week. We consider all she has
taught is thrown away, as far as the
children are concerned. Why sign s
contract? Why does the county accep
Mrs. Pearl Rozear left for Jack
sonville Friday morning. She had
spent several weeks here with rela relatives,
tives, relatives, the last two weeks keeping
house for her father and brother,
while her sister. Miss Lonnie Clancy
took a much needed rest.
Mrs. Charles Phinney and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Lucile, spent last week with her
parents, W. H. and Mrs. Anderson.
Mr. Phinney came over Sunday and
they returned to Raleigh Sunday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The younger set en joyed a pindar
boiling, games and music at the C.
S. Mims home Saturday night.
Mr. Calvin Colding and wife, Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Colding and sister, Miss Agnes
and Mrs. Ernestine Crosby of Willis Willis-ton
ton Willis-ton spent Monday at Johnson Lake.
Charleston, Miss. Mrs. R. V. Hems, of this place,
says: "I have never had to use very much medicine,
because if I felt headache, dizziness, or colds, bad taste
in the mouth, which comes from torpid liver, I would
take a dose or more of Black-Draught, aiid it would
straighten me out and make me feel as good as new.
We have used in our family for years
0 HTP? fTlo)ll PP TTT
and it certainly is the best liver medicine I ever saw.
It has not only saved me money, it has helped keep my
system in shape, and has never weakened me as so
many physics da I recommend it to my friends and am
glad to do so." Black-Draught is the old, reliable liver
medicine which you have doubtless heard much about
When you feel badly all over,, stomach not right, bad
taste in your mouth, bilious, or have a headache, try
Thedford's Black-Draught. At all Druggists.
Always Insist' oa the Genuine!
THE WIINBSOR MOTEL
r i V JACKSONVILLE, .&)RIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none 5
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGO
Use "Goodnight" and then fro to
sleep; 25 cents at Ceng's Drug Store,
LARGE LUE GUI GONG
Will Deliver and Plant for
The Large Trees.
e advertisements are
The reason that the world is so much more comfort comfortable
able comfortable and convenient a place nowadays, is because ad advertising
vertising advertising has made it possible for merchants and
manufacturers to tell you what they have to offer,
without waiting for the news to spread by word of
The advertiser has been able to tell many people at
once about his goods. In this way he can sell a great'
many more articles in a given time and therefore
more cheaply. Because of advertising it has been
possible to invent, develop and market countless ar articles
ticles articles of comfort that you now think of as necessi necessities,
ties, necessities, which some years ago even the wealthy could
not have bought. It would not have paid to make a
few to order.
The advertisements are something more than type
and talk. They are a daily service your paper fur furnishes
nishes furnishes you in additon to the other important news of
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
Properly" fitted glasses
rive away that squint squint-ng,
ng, squint-ng, drawn, unnatural
sre Sj expression seen in defec-
DR. K. J. WE1HE,
Optometrist and Optician
PYLES & PERKINS
Funeral Directors & Embaliaers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.
OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1920
If you have any
phone to five-one.
Temperature this morning, 58; this
If -quality counts, our hats
Jake Goldman. 13-3t
Only one drink served in each cup
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Mrs. J. M. Harrelson of Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field spent today in the city. :
No. 2 Tomatoes, two cans for 25
cents. H. B. Whittington. ll-6t
No fear of germs when you drink
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Mr. J. W. Gynn of Live Oak is in
the city for a week visiting at the
home of his niece, Mrs. W. O. Rus Rus-sell.
Hot coffee and sandwiches at all
hours. Carter's Bakery. 14-3t
Flower bulbs at
the Ocala Seed
Mr. Charles Cullen returned home
yesterday afternoon from a three
months' visit to his realtives in Eng
Overcoats, raincoats and macki-
naws. II. A. Waterman. 13-3t
Sugar 15 cents per pound at H. B
Mr. W. K. Zewadski has returned
from a pleasant visit to his osn and
Hfliio'hter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf
Zewadski, in Miami.
We carry the most complete line of
tiunks, bags and suitcases m ctntra
Florida. Jake Goldman. 13-3t
Best patent flour, plain or self -ris
ing, 12 lbs. 90c, 24 lbs. $1.75. MAIN
STREET MARKET. Phone 108. ll-6t
Mr. Charles Pffeifer has gone to
Tampa to spend-some time after a
pleasant summer spent at. the home
of his sister, Mrs. F. G. d. Weihe.
Gerie's Druer Store has instituted
"individual service" at its soda foun
Best patent flour, plain or self-ris
ing, 12 lbs. 90c, 24 lbs. $1.75. MAIN
STREET MARKET, Phone 108. 11-Ct
In vesterdav's article on "Ford
Men Holding a- Three-Day Meet,".
should have read that the .demonstra
tion was being held on the farm of
M. F. Johnson instead of J. G. John
son. ; .:.'
Delicious banana, spits at the Court
. 11 1
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Nothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
!ighting for QUALITY -not prices, t
Mrs. H. W. Tucker has joined Mrs.
Tucker in Atlanta, where she has
been visiting for several weeks, and
after spending a week or ten days
there, they will return home.
; Double recleaned seed oats and rye;
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf
Boy's suits $8.50 up. Large line of
boy's shirts, blouse waists, ties and
stockings. H. A. Waterman, The
Between thirty and forty Ocala peo people
ple people motored to Gainesville yesterday
to attend the state federation meet meeting
ing meeting of the Wesley bible classes of the
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. ; Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
Ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Our ice cream sodas are the best in
the city.- Court Pharmacy. 11 -6t
Mr. W. E. Kay of Jacksonville and
one of the most prominent lawyers in
the state, returned to his home this
afternoon after a brief visit in the
city, a guest at the home of Mr. R. A.
Home ground meal at WHITTING WHITTINGTON'S
TON'S WHITTINGTON'S GROCERY. ll-6t
Apalachicola oysters fresh today.
Phone your orders. Cook's Market
md Grocery. Phone 243.
After a short visit in the city and
at Martel with friends and relatives,
Mrs. Ray Garnett, Mrs. Maize and
Mrs. Hanbury have returned to their
home at Inverness. They made the
trip in the former's automobile.
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
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:3G p. m. V7-tf
The following were visitors to the
city yesterday: Mrs. D. F. Simmons
Citra, Misses Martha and Annetta
Pfeil Lowell, Mrs. G. W. Sheady Red Red-dick,
dick, Red-dick, Mrs. W. P. Sparkman Romeo,
Mrs. R. R. Whittington and Mr. F. II.
Dreher Micanopy, Mrs. Henry Heine-
man Conner, and Miss Grace Clyburn
The younger dancing society set'
have recently organized a club that
will stand second to none in enjoy
ment for the coming season. Both
the young men and young ladies have
jointly entered this club and the com-
bination will no doubt prove the mak-
ing oi tnis ciud one oi me very nicest i
clubs of its kind ver formed in the
city. The men will have charge of
the music and dance hall, while the
young ladies will see to the refresh-
menis. The following officers were
eletced: Robert Hall, president; Miss
ame uissenaaner, vice presiaeni,
Miss JMizaoetn norne, secretary ana
Dunnellon, Oct. 14. The attractive
lome of Mrs. C. E.. Hood was the
scene of one of the prettiest affairs
of the season, Thursday afternoon,
when Mrs. W. J. Mixson and Mrs. G.
W. Neville were joint hostesses at a
miscellaneous shower given in com
pliment to Miss Minnie White. The
rooms had been beautifully decorated
witn palms, ported piants anu cu,
. i J 1 L -l I
rowers, a pimt co.ur mutu "'5
ried out. The afternoon was delight-
r i i 4-,-ir l, 4-m I
Hilly spent. JUiss inez ixevme pre-
sented a contest oi a weaamg
Among tne r lowers, w orueu
iuuci. i..-oc,-Cxv, .
bem gtne winner oi tne oamty prize.
Fallowing this the honoree was seated
in the spacious hall amidst a bower
- r. -,J ,r -ninl- n-r,A TTrVl.fa
icnu oiiu a. i-xv aim u..
cart drawn by two bvely little irU
Erunelle Rush and Dot.Wellsled by
ine xptw x
rm l 1 J Til. t 1
Ane can was lauen wnu ueautuui i
, ... ill
pnae-to-oe, tnis mg ""
hcl.ca""s KT ? r t. rr
ncious sanawicnes ana no. cnocomu.
were serveu aim men uie guests w.jcuje sum of $500
mviteu mw uw uuungwuei-,
upon a lovely decorated table the
-weddmg cake" was the center of at-
traction and the "cake romance" was
also entered into with zest, causing
Mr and Mrs. A W. Inghs of Jack-
sonvuie were in town lasi wees, vv e
regret to learn tney win leave yun-
nellon, making Jacksonville their
? t,i, s
iin vjt. jLeiiiii uxiu iiiuiuci, iiu a.
uigner oi nernanao, were in town
shopping last Tuesday.
JMiss Emily Reaves is visiting, home
folks in Alachua.
Among the out-of-town guests at attending
tending attending the Wells-White nuptials
were Mrs. W. P. Preer, Ocala, Mrs.
O. A. Seaver, Tampa, Mrs. H. Head
and daughter, Miriam, Fort Meade,
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Davis and Mrs.
Charles Boone of Inglis.
This week, bananas, avocado and
Flemish beauty pears, Malaga, Tokay,
Concord and Emperor grapes, York
Imperial, Grimes."-golden and belle belle-fjower
fjower belle-fjower apples, Rockyford cantaloupes,
celery, oranges, grapefruit, persim persimmons,
mons, persimmons, limes, peaches and cranberries.
Phone 218. W. A. Stroud. No deliv delivery.
ery. delivery. West side square. 12-3t
Mr. L. T. Hickson of Mcintosh, who
was in town yetserday, says a demo democratic
cratic democratic campaign fund is being raised
in his town. He reports, merely as
a beginning,' L. T. Hickson $5, J. K.
Christian $5, C. E. Bateman $5, J. B.
Neal $5, E. W. Rush $2.50, J. E. Tur Tur-nipseed
nipseed Tur-nipseed $2.50, W. E. Grubbs $1, L. W.
Traxler $2.50 $28.50 in all.
W. K. Lane, M.1)., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 aftd 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf.;
Dr. R. D. Fuller and son, Dr. Roy
Fuller have recently entertained close
friends of long standing, who were
Mr. John Farrior and son, Dr. Bryant
Farrior of Clayton, Ala., and Dr.
Dowling of Ozark, Ala. The Messrs.
Farrior are making a tour of Florida
with the idea of locating and as they
were much pleased with our county,
we trust they will decide to locate
here, where they will be given a cor cordial
dial cordial welcome. Dr. Farrior "entered the
world war before the United States
became engaged, served as an army
surgeon with the British and on his
return home was accompanied by a
pretty English bride. Dr. Dowling
left yesterday for Winter Haven,
where he probably will locate.
If you have a piano to sell, see J.
F. Frampton, piano tuner, 1109 East
Fifth St., Ocala, or phone 185-G. 136t
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec
ond and fourth Friday. .Visiting sov
ereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. a
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
ort King Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended to
J. D. McCaskill. N. G.
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met this the
oth day of October, in regular ses session,
sion, session, with W. T. Gary chairman, C.
R Veal and A. J. Stephens presenf.
Minutes of last regular meeting
were read and anmoved
. Mr. J. W. Ethridee appeared be-
fcre the board and offered $30 cash
for the old Ms.wille school house. The
secretary stated that he had an offer
of 25 for the building but the parties
stated that they could not give any
more as the school house was prac-
tically no good and very little of the
nnrnber could be used. Mr. Ethridge's
offer was accepted and he paid in full I
for the house.
The superintendent read a letter
fi om the state board of health sav-
ing that every teacher in the state
would be requested to secure a certifi-
cate from a licensed physician show-
ing that they had no communicable
disease and reauested that these li
cense3 be secured at once in duplicate,
one copy to be left in the office of the
I board of public instruction and one
copy sent to the oflice of the state
board of health. The countv snnor
intendent was instructed to have the
order of the state board of health
The board was served with papers
that a suit had leen started against
tne Doard by Mn and Mrs. C. W,
Cannon sairl narti hinr too.Wc
at Fairfield for a part of, the school
terrn of ,191qo nri. n!iiTn- tVl
fhov worn H .m .ce-T W V J
faint good cause. The board gave
the facts of the case to Hocker and
Martin and employed them to take
tiT tt n i. ,
jl. uuun. naa ciupiuvcu hU
convey the children from the Fort
King neighborhood to the Ocala' school
house at $100 per month. Mr. Cook
signed a contract and gave bond
Widow's pensions were recommehd
L fn fh(X mio.;..
follows. Mrs Carrie tSewart, colored,
for three chiidren; MrsM. C. Ward
white, for two children.: The Ocala
primary school being overcrowded,
one additional assistant teacher was
peJro school having made the
Uqui average for three teachers,
another teacher was granted to the
A quit, claim deed was ordered giv
en to W. F. Coachman to the follow following
ing following described land: Two acres of land
fn the. nw cor of the JieM of the sw
ot section 21 township 1-& south range
Mr. J. N. Simmons a trustee of
Sparr school, tendered his resigna resignation,
tion, resignation, which was accepted and the
patrons of the school are requested to
make recommendation to fill the va vacancy.'
j The trustees of the Belleview school
recommended that the children about
three miles west of Belleview be con conveyed
veyed conveyed in to the Belleview school and
offered to pay from the district one one-half
half one-half the cost, as ; there were enough
children to maintain a "school. The
recommendation of the trustees was
accepted and Mr. Spencer was given
the contract at $60 per month.
The superintendent was instructed
For a Limited Time
We will give
worth of V
If yon boy yonr Phono Phonograph
graph Phonograph now and yon
can suggest your own
terms of payment,' too!
THERE'S no string to this offer; no joker to it. $25 worth ot Pathe
or Actuelle records; FREE if you buy a Pathe Phonograph (except
the small models 3 and 6, which are not included.) No matter if you
pay cash or extend the terms on easy payments the $25 worth of rec records
ords records will be delivered with the instrument as quickly as you make
to advertise for bids for the purchase
cf the old Griner Farm school house,
land not included.
The next regular meeting of the
board coming on general election day,
it was ordered that the board meet
for its next regular meeting on Wed
nesday, .November 3rd.
Mr. C. C. Curry came before the
board and asked that the board call
off the Ebenezer school district elec
tion for the reason that it went J
within one-half jnile of the Central j
school house and that they wanted to
create a special tax school district at
Central ..and would not have' enough
territory of Ebenezer was allowed to
come so near their school. The board
told Mr. Curry that it was now too
late to call off the election, but that
it would write the supervisor o the
Ebenezer school that if the voters de desired
sired desired to stop the election that .they
could let the election go by default
by not holding an election and then
cut out the territory requested to be
dropped by Mr. Curry.
The depository reports were check checked
ed checked up, found correct and approved.
Sundry accounts and teachers' re reports
ports reports wer examined, approved "and
ordered paid. Same will be found in
detail in warrant book.
The chairman and secretary were
authorized to borrow $10,000 to pay
operating expenses of the schools
until taxes are collected.
There being no further business,
the board adjourned to meet in reg regular
ular regular session on the 3rd day of No November.
vember. November. W. D. Cam. Sec'y.
Before buying your fall hat, give
me a trial to suit you. Jake Gold Goldman.
man. Goldman. 13-3t
W. A. TINSMAN
Anything in Brick, Stone, Concrete,
' Tile and Plastering
PHONE 526, OCALA
Arrival and departure of passenger
trans at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:15 am Manatee-
2:15 am Tampa
1:50 pm Tarn pa-Manatee
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:42 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
'Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
HOME SERVICE FOR
EVERYBODY IN NEED
Do you know what the present day
Home Service of the American Red
Many people do not know that, be besides
sides besides completing the work for ex-service
men, especially the disabled, it pro provides
vides provides the same neighborly service to
families In general that It formerly
gave families of soldiers, sailors and
"Home Service covers a wide and
varied field," says Frederick a Hun Hun-roe,
roe, Hun-roe, general manager of the American
Red Cross. "It gives aid to families
In solving such problems as budget
planning, marketing, tiding over times
of financial stress, keeping children in
school, helping crippled children, wid widowed
owed widowed and deserted mothers, children
backward In school and children la
conflict Vith the laws. It renders serv service
ice service to the homeUss and transient, to
the illiterate, to tenement dwellers, to
the unemployed, and gives friendly as assistance
sistance assistance and advice to foreign speak speaking
ing speaking groups."
In addition to helping families in
the solution f their own problems,
Home Service helps In strengthening
the weak spots in the social life of
communities. It Joins hands with oth others
ers others to make communities safer,
healthier and happier.
Organizing action along lines in
which the community is already Inter-
,J ( .n rf tVia At1ta nf TTftltlft
c. T Via a oc to M1 cVH rommnnltT
meetings, patriotic celebrations, pag pageants
eants pageants and picnics. Rest rooms, recre recreation
ation recreation facilities, play supervisors and
moving pictures have been provided.
Through Home Service other agencies
are influenced to bring about Improved
commercial amusements and better
school facilities and to promote travel traveling
ing traveling libraries as well as to secure coun county
ty county agricultural and home demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration agents.
If you need assistance at any time,
go to the secretary of the nearest Red
Cross chapter and describe th situa situation.
tion. situation. Tour confidence will be sacredly
respected and every possible effort will
be made to aid you.
American Red Cross Roll Call.
The Fourth Annual Roll Call of the
American Red Cross will be' held this
year from Armistice Day, November
11, to Thanksgiving Day, November 25,
Inclusive. During this period the men
and women of the United States will
pay their annual dues and renew their
Saves Bridegroom Expense.
The maidens of Denmark never re receive
ceive receive a diamond engagement ring. A
plain gold band is given them, which
is worn on the third finger of the left
hand. On the wedding day the bride bridegroom
groom bridegroom changes the ring to the third
finger of the right hand, which is the
marriage finger In that country.
It is the easiest thing in the world
to turn a poor fellow off when he comes
with a big lump in his heart by say saying,
ing, saying, "Here's a dollar. Go and have a
good time with it." And all the time
what he needs is a hand under his el elbow
bow elbow and a lift over the road that Is
Costs no more
than the ordinary
Why Pay More?'
3rVr-?' 'If 1
K'-" -i srA- iff
WANTED, LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NICEDS
RATES Six line, maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month, $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. FOR SALE This week, one Acme
dress form as good as new, half
price; three new Gloria Light
Company's lamps with $100 worth
of fixtures including a quantity of
hollow copper wire, etc.; an electric
motor," a few odd pieces of furni furniture
ture furniture and an oil stove, two-burner,
in good order.
Mrs. G. D. Washburn.
ll-6t 704 N. Magnolia St.
FOR SALE Fifty acre farm two
miles from Ocala. Apply to owners,
Collier Brothers. 30-tf
FOR SALE Six drawer National
cash register; five foot oak roll top
desk; medium size safe; 170-gallon
all steel Bowser measuring kero kerosene
sene kerosene oil tank; 600-lb. platform
scales; two-horse gasoline engine,
pump, jack, belt, brass cylinder
pipe and rod for eighty foot well;
three 15-mch rolling coulters with
clamps; 32-calibre Colts automatic
pistol. Apply "Register," care the
Star office. 8-6t
WOOD FOR SALE $1 and $2 loads
of oak and pine wood. Phone 322,
residence. E. Bomolini. 9-6t
FOR RENT Dwellirtg on Anthony
I road, 200 feet of Oklawaha avenue;
seven rooms, bath, hot and cold
water, gas, electric lights. L. N.
WOOD CUTTING If you want your
wood sawed, phone 368. Mrs. D. N.
WANTED Invalid wheel chair. Must
be in good condition. Phone 189. 3t
FOR SALE Five room bungalow
with bath, etc., close in, $2250. See
L. M. Murray, Holder Block, Ocala,
B OUND A sum of money in Ocala.
Apply in writing, giving descrip description
tion description of coins lost. Address "Money,"
care Star. ll-6t
FOR SALE County maps. Call
write J. R. Moorhead. 5-tf
WANTED Position in store; two
years experience in general merch merch-;
; merch-; andise. Can.furnish references as to
character, also recommendation
from last employer. State salary.
Box 203, Hernando, Fla. 6-8t
FOR SALE Ten room house, barn,
outbuildings, etc., on 73-acre farm;
three, horses, three cows. Address,
S. D Souter, Sparr, Fla. 11-12
FOR RENT Three room apartment,
furnished or unfurnished. Call at
607 Fort King avenue between 4
and 5 p. m. 11-12
FOR SALE Roll top office desk,
gas stove, buffet, kitchen table and
art square. All in good condition.
Phone 298. 12-6t
FOR RENT In Ocala, seven room
house with bath and in good repair.
Address Box 147, Dunnellon, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 12-Ct
LOST Pink cameo pin, gold rim en engraved.
graved. engraved. Lost in front of Main Street1
Market or somewhere between
Gerig's Drugstore or Stroud's fruit
stand. Finder please return to
Mrs. W. P. Hucfcaby, 708 Lime St.,
Ocala and receive reward. 13-3t
FOR SALE One Cyphers incubator
cheap, in first class condition. Ap Apply
ply Apply to 517 Oklawaha avenue, phone
STRAYED Dark red butt-headed
cow with yellow topnot. Branded
K. S. F. Phone 262. 14-3t
All state and county licenses due
October 1st, 1920. Any one doing
business without license after this
date subjecj to double tax.
W. W. Stripling,
3P Tax Collector.
R. A. MASONS
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M. on the f ourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. 8. Wesson, EL P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGD
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. 1L
KNiliHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Castle Halls over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
J. W. Akin, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
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