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OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER. 15, 1920.
VOL. 2G, NO. 248
ALABAMA SHOULD FORD WORKERS
ALLEII ASKED FOR
WALL STREET YET
AT A FEAST
TRADE CODY EIEEDS
nil DE m a mil to m
ABLE TO VifliGGLE "EOMEl!
Attempt to Replace Government Pro Pro-hibitioa
hibitioa Pro-hibitioa Officers With Its
Chicago, Oct. 15. The police today
gave put the statement that informa information
tion information has been obtained that a fund of
$100,000 has been raised here to force
out pertain prohibition agents and rer
place them with men favorable to the
alleged whisky ring.
No Doubt Harding, Johnson, Borah or
Some Other Brilliant Republi Republican
can Republican Will Take It
Wilson Wants to Know Reason for
Declining Wheat Prices
. in Kansas
New York, Oct. 15. Democratic
national headquarters announced to-iin requestei Governor Allen of
Washington, Oct. 15. President
day that a $25,000 cash prize has
been offered by pro-league independ independents
ents independents to Senators Harding, Johnson,
Kansas to forward any information
ht had indicating the decline of wheat
prices was due to unfair practices,
Borah and Lodge and Republican" 1 competition or artificial causes.
The board of county commissioners
met in regular session October 4th,
with all members present.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer appear appeared
ed appeared and presented the tax assessment
roll for. 1920, together with two copies
of same, which were examined by the
board and found to be correct and
the board endorsed upon said rolls a
certificate W that effect. The tax as assessor
sessor assessor then issued and annexed to said
rolls a warrant directed to the tax
collector, which is as follows:
To W. W. Stripling, Tax Collector'
of the County of Marionr You are
Chairman Hayes or anybody else in
the United States who could prove
the League of Nations would abridge
the sovereignty jf America.
SHE'LL BE SORRY
t armers representatives here are
awaiting the Federal Reserve Board
expected tonight dealing with farm
BETTER JOB IN SIGHT
Mrs. Carolyn Votaw- sister of Sen-'
London. Oct. 15. It was announced
today that Viscount Charles Saunders ator Harding, resigned today as dis
rWnHas a'veA 77. will marrv Miss trict police woman. No reason wa;
TVwM a harhorsfinn Assistant. I stated.
J v - X'
In Spite of Recent Explosion it Seems
' as Active and Powerful
' as Ever
' (Associated Press j
New York, Oct. 15. Payment of
the five hundred million dollar Anglo Anglo-French
French Anglo-French loan maturing todayv was
started by J. P. Morgan & Company.
This is the largest international
transaction ever made.
SAVING MONEY ON
COTTON, WOOL AND SILK
United Mine Workers of America I An Energetic and Intelligent A ggre-
Report Cases of Peonage gation of Uncle Henry's Boys in
to the Government I the Field' and at the Menu
lAssociaiea tress) i
Indianapolis, Oct. 15. The United! Ocala has been honored this week
Mine Workers of America announced I by the presence of one of the most
today they would ask the federal J hustling groups of men in the United
government to investigate reports of J States, viz: the Ford demonstrators
peonage in Alabama coal mines. It isof Florida.
stated that a number of mines are! They have been at work for three
surrounded by high board fences with I days on the farm of M. F. Johnson,
guard houses at the openings to pre- I on Fort King avenue, just beyond the
Go to Jake's for guns and ammu ammunition.
nition. ammunition. A complete stockT 13-3t
MacS WEENY HAD
A GOOD SLEEP
of this board be, $125 per month in
stead of $165 per'month.
Which motion was seconded t by i
here y commanaea to conecc oui oi Commissioner Hutchiris. and upon be-
the real estate and personal property
and from each of the persons and cor corporations
porations corporations named in the annexed roll,
the taxes set down in each roll oppo opposite
site opposite each name, corporation or parcel
of land, therein described, and in
case taxes so imposed are not paid at
the time prescribed by law, you are
to collect the same by levy and sale
of the goods and chattels, lands and
tenements so assesesd, or of the per-
ing put to vote Commissioners Rog
ers and Hutchins voted yea. No neg
The board then increased salaries
as follows: W. P. Chalker janitor at
jail, from $60 to $75; C. R. Water
man, ferryman, from $40 to $50; J.
B. Strickland, ferryman, from $40 to
London, Oct. 15 McSweeny passed
a good mgnt due was exceedingly
weak this morning, said the bulletin
IS READY FOR
Washington, Oct. 15. Secretary
Daniels today declared the navy de
$50; Whig Meadows, ferryman, from welcomed congressional in
$40 to $50.
It was ordered that warrant be
son or corporation so taxed; and air drawn on the fine and forfeiture fund
sums collected for the state taxes m favor of L. N. Green for $500 for
you are to pay to the state treasurer j services as county prosecuting "attor-
at such time as may be required ty ney for the cases included between
law, and at the same time you are to pakes 349 and 439 of county judge's
pay to the legally quannea depository criminal docket.
vestigation of conditions in Haiti. He
said all records would be made pub-
lie and that' Brigadier General Bar-
nett must have referred to men un under
der under courtmartial when he said he had
found evidence of "indiscriminate kill
ing of natives.
Frank's ever enterprising store will
put on a big savings sale Saturday.
It will be a "trip to normalcy," and
designed to carry prices on cotton,
wool and silk goods back to safety
and sanity. There will be big bar bargains,
gains, bargains, and the public should be on
hand to take advantage of them. Re Remember,
member, Remember, the sale begins bright and
early Saturday morning and continues
till the goods are gone. Read adver advertisement
tisement advertisement elsewhere.
UP BY A BOMB
Rio Janeiro, Oct. 15. One person
was killed and twenty injured here
by the explosion of an anarchist
bomb at the railway station.
HARDING CONTINUES TO
USE HIS LITTLE HAMMER
' (Associated Press)
On Board Special Train, Oct. 15.
Senator Harding today continues his
warfare against the Versailles treaty
on his trip through Indiana.
Double recleaned seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf
vent entrance or exhit without per permission
mission permission and in a majority of cases
miners were dismissed, for agitation.
EMBARGO PLACED ON
COAL BY ENGLAND
city limits. They have been showing
what the Fordson tractor could do
with half a dozen or more of the most
improved implements of the farming
The most important part of farm
ing of course is plowing. This ma
chine and the plow it hauls, with two
has placed an embargo -on the export
ot coal because of the threatened
London, Oct. 15 The government I men to manage it, does the work of
six horses and at least three men, and
does it, well, for it stirs the ground
to just the right depth and leaves it
smooth on top.
rnY WILL INVADE I The tractor also handles the ditch-
IIIS OPPONENTS CAPITAL er, the road grader, the feed grinder
the mowing machine, the seed .dril
(Associated Press) land the harrow. It can travel all over
Enroute with Gov. Cox.. Oct. 15. the country with its own power. With
Touring Ohio today Gov. Cox is J a few more additions we tninfc it could
scheduled to make a rear- platform I cut down trees, haul up and saw wood,
all sums collected for county taxes,
district school taxes, and other spec
ial taxes; and you are further requir required
ed required to make all collections on or be before
fore before the first Monday .in April, and
on or before the first Monday in July
ycu will make a final report to and
settlement with the comptroller and
Given under my hand and seal this
the 4th day of October, in the year
A. D. 1920. (Seal) Alfred Ayer
Assessor of Taxes, Marion County.
Bids on machinery, in accordance
with advertisement, from Buffalo
Springfield Roller Co., Yancey Bros.,
Good Roads Machinery Co., MY D.
Moody and Ben T. Neal were received
and. opened and matter' of purchase
taken under consideration.
Messrs. E. M. Henderson and.R. S.
Rogers called and objected to the
operation of a clay pit in the fourth
W. W. Stripling, tax collector, pre presented
sented presented list of errors, insolvencies and
doubles which was examined and ap approved
proved approved by the board in amount of
$4,601.89 for state taxes and for
$10,638.24 for total county taxes, and
the county auditor was instructed to
credit the tax collectors account in
accordance with same.
Mr. F. E. Harris Jr., representing
the Ocala Banner, appeared and so solicited
licited solicited for his paper the publication
of the list of qualified electors and
the printing of the official Jballot in
connection with the approaching gen
The board decided to view the road
situation In the Romeo vicinity and
for that purpose adjourned until Sep Sep-tem
tem Sep-tem 5th, at 10 a. m.
The board re-convened Sept." 5th,
with all members present.
Mr. Pillans called in regard to the
polling place of Moss Bluff, precinct
No. 10, and on account of the exist existing
ing existing inconveniences at old polling place
the election was ordered held at the
Electra school house.'
Certificate of Ethel Tuggerson for!
entry to the Florida-school for the
deaf and blind was signed.
Pension application of Cornelia
Smedley was approved.
Mr. Ed Weathers appeared in re regard
gard regard to voting place at Emathla precinct.
Bids on road machinery having
been considered, the board decided to
purchase from the Good Roads Ma Machinery
chinery Machinery Co. one Monarch 10-ton
standard steam road roller with scari scarifier
fier scarifier attached at $5300; one American
champion oil heater and distributor,
mounted, at $1200; one Yuba oversize
ball tread 20-35 tractor with canopy
top and curtains, and entered into
contract for the purchase of same.
Viney Gooden called and complain complained
ed complained of condition in which her place
was left by the state road crew.
Mr. George Leak called in regard
to right of way of Dixie Highway
through his property.
The chairman asked Commissioner
Talton to take the chair temporarily,
and Commissioner Rogers introduced
the following resolution:
Whereas, from the published
ports of the federal census of A. D.
1920 the population of Marion county
has fallen below 25.000; and whereas,
the burden of taxation, federal, state
and county is of necessity very heavy
on the people, and it therefore be behooves
hooves behooves this board as the financial
agent of the taxpayer to reduce ex expenses
penses expenses wherever it v possibly can;
therefore be it 'f;"":."v.
Resolved, that the per diem of the
, members of this board be $300 pe?
" -ear and that the salary cf the clerk
Bonds of W, H. Fore and C. C.
Curry as road, overseers for districts
.4 and 2 respectively, conditioned forj
the faithful performance of their du
ties, were received and ordered filed.
'Petition for rosd starting in tp.15
r 19 e, signed by T. Williams et, al,
was received and laid over until next
A communication was received
signed by WP. Wilson, chairman and
R. Reche Williams, secretary, regard regarding
ing regarding the action of the republican coun county
ty county convention concerning the placing
of G. W. Neville and L. R. Hampton
on the official ballot at general elec
tion as candidates for the legislature.
Communication was received from
G. W. Neville asking that his name
he not submitted as a candidate for I Si I
Fetition was received asking that
name of A. S. Pickett be placed on the
official ballot in coming general elec
tion as candidate for county commis
sioner for district No. 1.
Petition was received asking that
the name of Clarence V. Scholl be
placed on the official ballot in the
general election as candidate for jus
tice of the peace for precinct No. 14.
Certificate was received from the
secretary of state certifying the nom
ination of certain persons, by the
democratic party of Florida, to cer
tain offices, as follows:
Martin Caraballo, P. W. Corr,
Charles E. Jones, W. V. Knott, J. G.
Sharcn, G. B. Wells, to be presiden
tial eletcors; D. U. Fletcher, to be U.
F. senator; Franjc Clark to be repre
sentative in Congress; Cary.A Har Hardee
dee Hardee to be governor; H. Clay Craw Crawford,
ford, Crawford, to be secretary of state; Rivers
H. Buford, to be attorney general;
Ernest Amos, to be comptroller; J. C. 515
Luning, to be treasurer; W. N. Sheats, j
tc be superintendent of public in-
struction; W. A. McRae, to be com- 5
nussioner of agriculture; W. H. Ellis, 1515
io oe justice supreme court; l nomas i
F. West, to be justice supreme court; I ZZ
1 I a TIT-H- X .! 1 I
o. vv ens, to oe rauroaa commis-1
sioner. .-..v-". liE
And certifying the nomination, by 1 5.1 5
followins': V? 15 t
Geo. V Allen, James W. Archi-1
bald, H. L. Clough. J. H. Drummond.I III
T nr T T T If 11 I
o. uoc&e, w. x. ivioneit, xo ue pres-1
identiai electors; li. A. mock, to be
U. S. senator; W. L. Van Duzer, to be I i
governor; Jas. T. McCarthy, to be SXS
comptroller; H. L. Ewing, to be treas treasurer;
urer; treasurer; J. E. Junkin, to.be superinten superintendent
dent superintendent of public instruction; M. N. Por
ter, to be commissioner of agricul
ture; E. P. Axtell, to be justice of the Si:
supreme court; S. C. Baird, to be rail
And nominations by the republican
party of Florida as follows:
James W. Archibald, E. M. Brels-
ford. LeLand M. Chubb, F. F. H.
Pope, B. G. Smith, George P. Went
worth, to be presidential electors;
John M. Cheney, to be U. S. senator;
Fred Cubberly, to be representative
in Congress; George E. Gay, to be
governor; B. E. Dyson, to be secre secretary
tary secretary of state; Wm. M. Gober, to be ai
re- torney general; W. M. Northup, to be
comptroller; F. E. Hunt, to be treas
urer; J. E. Junkin, to be superinten
dent of public instruction; Hewell B
Hull, to be commissioner of agricul
ture; F. W. Marsh, to be justice of the
supreme court; N. B. K. Pettingill, to
be justice of the supreme court; Geo.
C. Crom, to be railroad commissioner.
And nominations of the socialist
party of Florida, as follows:
Fred Cole, Mrs. L. L. Hays, Mrs. A.
It? Present Inccsne is Inadecruaie
Even for Routine Purposes
and Drive Will be Made
President L. W. Duval of the Mar
ion County Board of Trade advised
the members last niht to decide now
whether the organization is to be con
tinued next year, and stated that not
only should a drive be made to in increase
crease increase membership at this time but
to determine whether the Board cf
Trade is to have a budget large
enough with which to work effective
ly. The president pointed out that
towns in South Florida, much smaller
than Ocala, are providing their trade
bodies with budgets much larger than
that of the Marion. County Board of
Trade, and that in several of the
smaller towns the secretaries are
paid more than the entire budget of
the organization here. The members
at the meeting last night agreed that
there must be immediate action and
voted to put on a membership cam campaign,
paign, campaign, at once. The present budget
of the Board of Trade is too inade inadequate
quate inadequate &ven for its routine needs. The
board of governors had recommended
that something be done at once.
The meeting last night was one of
the best that has been held in some
time. A very important matter came
before the body in the form of a
communication from the railroad
commission of the state asking for
the attitude with regard to the pro proposed
posed proposed removal of the Seaboard freight
depot on the north side of the basin
at Silver Springs. Sir. Carmichael,
the communication stated, had sug suggested
gested suggested the removal of the depot with
a view to beautifying the surround
ings at the springs. The members of
the Board of Trade were agreed that
the removal would irnnrove annear-
pies for Saturday. Carter's iJakery. dt er eight o'clock in the Harrington's I ariCes, but were very emphatically
bigdming room, whicn was tasteiuiiy agreed that the question of a public
arranged ior tne occasion, oixty sai dock at the head of navigation on the
... .1. ...i.......ii.iiMiiuMiMimHi aown w vne lames, a uuuiuei v vu-iriver is involved, and cirectea tr.ai
w'w'w VAr--,S-f- j x .r!:JiJtJ-JiSm lpns as well as the visitors. An ex-ifVa ?l? MW;Co;m Ko rmiMtpH
celient six-course dinner, was servea,to refuse permission for the removal
inland alter tne guests nad iuiiy satis-i0f the denot until the commission
Jfied the inner man they lit their cigars I itself las made a personal investiga investiga-Sft
Sft investiga-Sft 1 and leaned back to hear the speeches. I tion of the situation and the people
I rr-u 1 V4- Vil i i i a
Y I sjjccvuca cic suuiir ohu m win-1 o i vcaia nas naa an opportunity
.point., Mr..Slocum Ball, manager ollprotect themselves in the matter. As
? l tne jacKsonviiie orancn, actea as was peinted out the appropriations
III I toastmaster, amr alter a very ciever i macje j-0r the improvement oi tne
it I little address himself he called up the I rivers :ts conditioned upon the main-
"Q? following: Messrs. F. E. Harris, T. T.tainance of public docking facilities.
I MiiriT-n. Kntfpr Dndfl. J. M. lnOmas. Tha S.jahnarH rinrlf ts fin the GTilV
speech at Marion, the home of Sena
HAZELHURST WAS MAKING
BARRELS OF HOOCH
cook tho meals and wash the dishes.
If you haven't gone, you should go
out to the Johnson farm and see what
the Ford machinery has done there.
By way of a pleasant Intermission
in their labors, the Ford men yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon partook of a banquet
Hazelhurst, Ga., Oct. 15. A 200-
gallon moonshine still with concrete
foundations surrounded by bars with I given them at the Harrington Hall by
two armed guards, was raided by I Messrs. Tucker and Simmons, Ford
revenue omcers today. I aerents here, and also two oi our
hustling young business men
Delicious cocoanut and pumpkin j The company gathered shortly aft
W)ULP A AEN(S
niuleFesll Yora 1m line. PuFCtose
TOE FALL SUIT?
. We Offer You That INDUCEMENT I
Our Loss in Profits will be made up by an Increased
Number .of Customers and Bigger Volumn of
; Sales--THAT'S What Counts in any BUSINESS
After weighing conditions, carefully, WE HAVE DE DECIDED
CIDED DECIDED to -offer our entire Stock of Clothing at a Sac-
rifioft NOW rather than to wait until the end of the
AUVV A 1 -W v vawa w w
season to cut the prices after the bulk of the custom- p
V-itrrk KrkfirtV-r- nnrl rnn -t"Vio "riclr rvf Via"?ind tf "Jm
cio" nave uuugiiL ciijlu. iun ciiv ixoiv ui uu Tiu
carry over a part of our big stock. We believe we're
usin sound i udgment in taking THIS step.-' We know
EVERY customer who takes, advantage of THIS OP- H
PORTUNITY will absolutely save money; and we offer ,S6
you high grBde all-wool clothes, made by tailors wno
know only how to make the Best.
SCHLOSS BEOS. CLOTHES
J. J. Gerig, W. A. Sessonjs, J. H. I niece of property, it was stated, over
Benjamin and Edward Tucker. which there is at present public con-
.The speeches made, the guests dis- trol, th balance of the property along
persed, congratulating themselves and the springs being privately owned. It
each other on having a very pleasant was suggested that it might he pos-
two hours. sible to keep the dock where it is on
The 'Ford men who have been here the basin and replace the depot itself
demonstrating, and who were at the with an attractive open pavilion.
I banquet were as follows: I Mr. N. R. Dehon, chairman of the
- 1 -.r -ll Tll 1 V I ... i 1 A T
Messrs. oiocum xai, orauitu iiiou- i commitie appomtea xo mae on
ager, K. li. Wilder, assistant man- Vey looicmg totne establishment oi a
ager, and J. L. Schlegel, J. M. Marr, motor camp for tourists, reported
J. B. Harris and E. E. Lee, road men, that hh committee had found that a
of the Jacksonville branch. small building and public comfort
Mr. D. E. Mallery, representative station for the camp would be too ex-
of the Towers & Sullivan Mfg. Co., pensive at this time. The committee
Rome, Ga. recommended that the present motor
Mr. H. C. Ethridge of the Ford camp site be used for the winter and
? Motor Co.. Jacksonville. J that the city be asked to have it clean-
iuessrs. a. xi. aiortun, wiui iuc ea up. Ae coraiaitw;e awu vmcu av-
Roderick Lean Mfg. Co.. Mansfield, tention to the need of parking place.3
Chio, and J. W. Quillian, J. C. O'Neal for the wagons of the people of the
and J. H. Alderman, of Ford head- county when they come to Ocala to do
quarters, Gainesville. their trading. President xDuval eon-
F. Gutafson, son and mechanic, of tinued the committee until the next
Gutaf son's Garage, Green Cove meeting of the Board of Trade and
Springs. asked that in the meantime they con-
C. D. Kirk and party, of C. D. Kirk suit with the city council. The mem mem-&
& mem-& Co., Leesburg. bers of the committee are N. E. De-
Wm. E. Herron, proprietor of the hon, IL P. Bitting and L. T. Izlar.
Ford Agency, Inverness, accompanied Mr. W. T. Gary, chairman of the
by M. W. Pugh. committee on the white way, reported
M. C. Autrey and mechanic, Dade good progress being made. He stat stat-City.
City. stat-City. ed that an order for standards had
A. W. Anderson and C. A. Ander- been jilaced and that the committee
son, Starke. expected to place an additional order
G. A. Bovd'and D. G.Ximbaueh. of very shortly. The committee will
Consider these few prices and come in and let
us show you our entire assortment. You will
find that we are offering clothes at the right
prices to save you money
$40.00 and $45.00 Suits at $35.00 and $37.50
$45.00 to $48.00 Suits' at, $40.00 and S42L50
One lot of $50.00 and $55.00 Suits at $45.00
We are also showing a Big Assortment of Boys
Short Pant Suits, some with two pair pants,
at from $11.00, $12.00, $13.50 and up. .
Come Before Your Size and the Style
You Want is Gone
Yours for Quick Sales.
A. J. Phillips and mechanic, of Pa-
make an effort to get in as many
standards as it can at this time, and
believes that when these are in
I. T. Timmons and mechanic, of I others will follow as a result of the
big improvement made. The eommit-
IfE WOULD TIAVE GASHED
R. T. Hancock and A. J. Amstutz,tee consists of W. T. Gary, DeWitt
Brooksville. IGrimn and Louis H. Chazal.
The Board of Trade will make an another
other another effort to have one or more or orange
ange orange trees planted in every yard in
the city. The trade body now has a
(Associated Press) J definite,' proposition to work cn in
Chicago, Oct. 15. Frank Zagar, j this connection, and a committee will
convicted of killing two men in a I be appointed to put the good vroi'J
hold-up, was hanged today from the through. There is much enthusiasm
same gallows on which two murder-1 being aroused over tne planting of
ers died .yesterday In the death cell j oranges. The matter ha3 been up be-
prison guards lound a piece oi tin iore me notary uiuo uurag ise stnn
secreted in Zagar's trousers. It i3 be
lieved he intended to commit suicide.
mer and as a result a number cf
small grove3 will be set out this sea
RAPID HORSE AND
In a Dash Over New England Road 3
for the World's Record
Concord, N. H, Oct. 15. The Arab
gelding Crabbet, leading in the 300 300-mile
mile 300-mile army endurance test, established
a world's record for 60 miles road
travel under 245 pounds weight in
eight hours. Ridden by the bronebt
busting champion. Jack Fretz, he left
yjj today in a racing finish for Camp
I riffriAftTlfm -WTT-- ft
PREFERS ANOTHER PLACE
Ocala House Block
( Condedeci ca TMrd Te)
Emory, Va., Oct. 15. President
Weaver of Emcry'and Henry College,
has resismed to accept work in the
western North Carolina conference.
BUREAU FOR EDUCATION
. A.ssocIated Press)
Lilian, Italy, Oct. 15. The proposal
for the establishment of an interna
tional bureau for education on the
same lines as the international labor
bureau has been adopted at the con conference
ference conference of league cf nations societies.
COOLIDGE IS MAKING
A NOISE LIKE A CLAM
New York, Oct. 15. Gov. Cooll7 :?
said he had nothing to say at pres
as to whether he would accept t"; 2
challenge to a joint debate on tLe
League of Nations with Franklin D.
Roosevelt, the democratic vjcj j:-r-:U
OCALA. EVENING St AH, ililDAY. OCTOBER 15. 1S2S
tela Evenino Star
and George A. Coburn, the other
member of the concern, swore out a
warrant Tuesday charging his part partner
ner partner with having sold an automobile
. I I 1 1 -1 li a I mnt(TQffa
Pbllfeetf Evrry Day Kxpx oof 7 I Upon wnicu vouuni a, ii"k&6-
4TAi? PIIRLISHING COMPANY., of $500. St. Petersburg limes.
nrAf A FLORIDA. I It seems by this that Mr. Cobum
ASKS FOR IMMEDIATE
fU H. Carroll, Freldet
I v. lvenijrood, Sertary-Treorer
j, u. A MRiniTOITS LANGUAGE
To the Democrats of the South: Let
me appeal to every democratic man
and woman in the South to immed immediately
iately immediately make a contribution to the na-
may feel like he has Corthell for his jtional democratic campaign fund.
poor judgment m picking a paimci. ine uae 10 vitwiy uaa tuiucu. i?c
are sure of victory it tne proper
HONOR ROLL OF
OCALA HIGH SCHOOL
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postof flee as
ON THE ASSESSMENT
Editor Star: ,.. The proposed bond
amendment is ambiguous or uncertain
Sr.""! iilS-rtmiRt' .V. '.Two-seven in what was an attempt to fix a lim
toriety Reporter -... ... FI,reTJ?e itation, and I claim that the framer cess
financial support is given. The elec election
tion election of a democratic president means
peace, prosperity and happiness for
No one can tell just what will hap happen
pen happen in the event of republican suc-
did not clearly state what was m-
membeh associated press Itended when the following language
'fv, a .oA,.iatPil Press ia exclusively I xr fx ii son. "shall not exceed in amount
aVlWiX five cent the total assessment
not otherwise creu'ieu m iu jxr qj me smie at nc uurc w oauc.
ff,fBt.,0S?r?;bli? Sje'ctai Bear in mind that it does not say as-
"Isoatche nerem arc itw"- lgesseu vaiuauwi wi ha cooc.-
ment, but simply says the total-as-
domestic suuscniPTiox rates lessment- of the'state. Webster says
rvn volt. In advance ?M that assessment is the act 01 de-
Sfr 5io termining the amount to be paid as
One montn, in aavance .. .. vitaxes Ior instance, ana .n can weu uc
claimed that the assessment is not
advertisiwo rates I the valuation of the property assessed
Displays Plate : 15 cents per Inch for hut jg the tax levied or computed
??e1 fixed rate or levy. The
nnflerutive Insertions. 'Alternate Inier
Moris Z5 per ceni aaai
tion chartces on ads. t
tx 'tlmei V cents pi
DOsJtlon 20 per cent s
hned on 4-lnch minimum.
tion chartces on ads. that run less than fcax assessment for state purposes for
er cent additional. Rates the year 1920 is 11 mills or $11 per
Q1(ft'rf aocaccoA valnfltinn
Vilwhftr rate. Tiuuu
The professional politician of the
North is jealous of the prosperity of
The funds should be immediately
contributed. Delay may be fatal.
Send your check today to your finance
chairman., Joe Sparks,
Asst. Treas. Dem. National Com.
The following honor roll is made up
r.f thnA minils who -have not been
absent more than one day nor tardy
more than twice during the month.
They have also made an average of
90 per cent in each study ana m ae ae-portment.
portment. ae-portment. Fourth Grade: Esta Mae Robert Robertson,
son, Robertson, William Edwards, Billie Knight,
Paul Theus, Mary Troxler, Gladys
Fifth Grade: Louise Russell, Lailian
Leak, Lillian Hyndeman, Edward Hel Hel-venston,
venston, Hel-venston, Jim Cox, Audrey Condrey,
Guyula Chandler, Leon Goldman,
Evelyn White, Irene McMullen, Pau Pauline
line Pauline Godwin, Betty Buhrman.
sivth nmP? Frances Drake,
Frances Clark. Johnnie Lou Potter,
Martha Preer. Georere Maynard, Eve.-(5
lyn Wagner, Mamie Sue Spencer, Lu-
TTnvno Taceia CavtATl. HaiTV MC- I Sjf
David. Lanas Troxler. Oifford Kreu- &
tour tncnes. w u i,""' OB00.0n,onf tM. M'oT
which will De lurnisnea upon i wuav to nic oaw3Jii,v
tion. Is it the $1000 or the $11? The law-
r;ltin:8eftIon!,! "entspe 'ime for each yer nominated for attorney general,
subsequent insertion. One change a j,jr; Buford in Sunday's Times-Union
rak allowed on readers without extra ,, A, ... ...
composition charges. no as inai ine lauer m
Lgai aaveruBemeiiiu n s" '"". iment. using ngures quoieq Dy mr.
J. V. Burke, the total assessed valua-
DEMOCRATIC ELECTORS tion of the property of-the state'is
about $370,000,000, on which the
The voters must remember that the J state makes an assesment of about
names of candidates appear in al- four million dollars, and according to
phabetical order on the ticket. Let Mr. Buford this would be "the total
them study the following names over assessment of the state," and in case
every day between now and election, of the adoption of the amendment
and their eyes and memories will au- only $200,000 of bonds could be is-
tomatically guide the pencil when sued, or about enough to build five
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
yco want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. 17-tf
Something to sell? Advertise It.
PYLES & PERKINS
Fnneral Directors & Embalmers ftSToSL &
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Edith Edwards, George Hooper, Olive PJ
,' -n Whaley, Marjone Kodgers, Ann
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White RonTlp P. w Hensley. Prin.
they mark their ballots:
Martin Caraballo. Caraballo.-P.
P. Caraballo.-P. W. Corr.
Charles E. Jones.
J. G. Sharon.
miles of road even if all would be ap
plied on the roads, but it will take ten
per cent of this to pay salaries of the
commission, and perhaps another ten
per cent for clerks, traveling expenses
and other costs, so that only four
miles of road could be built.
W. W. Clyatt.
No chance, Mr. Clyatt, of the leg
lisJature letting us off with- four mill-
The Star has obtained one of the .. ...Mi..'
dummy tickets which it is said the
negro women are being supplied in
order to enable them to vote.
There" is nothing illegal in said
tickets, and there is no reason why
the negroes should conceal them. They
are simply slips of white paper with
the names of republican candidates on
tlem. They are, in fact, nothing but
memorandums, by which the negro
voters are expected to learn by heart
the names of said candidates. We
have a copy of said ticket up iln one
of the Star's front windows, so all
who desire can see it.
By trying to conceal things that
might as well be knowir, the colored
people often bring on -themselves
suspicion and sometimes harsh
The official ticket is a long, one and
doubtless all conscientious voters are
trying to fix in their memories the
names of their party candidates. This
is legitimate. (
The only thing voters must not do
is to carry tickets or other memoran memoran-do
do memoran-do to the polls. I twill be,, very, risky
to do so. It is true that voters can
draw the curtains over their booths,
but if the inspectors are- suspicious
they can pull the curtains up, and
then if the voter is caught consulting
any sort of memorandum, it's good goodnight.
night. goodnight. For the information of all voters,
white or colored, we print the follow following
ing following section of the election-law:
"3835. Ballot Not to be Seen, and
Other Offenses: Any elector who
shall, except as provided by law, al allow
low allow his ballot to be seen by any per person,
son, person, or who shall take or remove or
attempt to take or remove any ballot
from the polling place before the
close of the polls, or place any. mark
' upon his ballot by which it may be
identified, or take into the election
booth any mechanical device, ticket
or memorandum printed or written,
other than the official ballot or ticket
to enable him to mark said ballot or
ticket, or any person who shall in
terfere with any elector when inside
of the polling place or when mark
ing his ballot, or unduly influence or
s attempting to unduly : influence any
elector in the preparation of ms bal
lot, or any elector who shall remain
longer than the specified time allowed
by law in the booth or compartment
after having been notified that his
time has expired, or who shall en endeavor
deavor endeavor to induce any elector to show
how he marks or has marked his bal ballot,
lot, ballot, or aids or atempts to aid any
elector by any means of any mechan mechanical
ical mechanical device whatever in marking his
ballot, or shall print or procure to be
printed or have in his possession any
copy of any ballot prepared to be
voted, shall be fined not less than ten
normore ; than one hundred dollars,
or be imprisoned not more than three
" months. Any ballot marked by the
elector for identification shall be rejected."
An appropriate name for a child
born on the first-of the month, would
be "Bill." St. Augustine Record.
That would onlv ensure another
Bill to Dav as soon as he was old
enough to swing on to a job.
000 at least, which will just about
double Marion county's per capita
debt. Beside, you forget the dis
count on the bonds.
NOTICE TO WOMAN'S
Seventh Grade: George Jordan, My-
ra BaxterJames Hardee, Daisy Park Park-er
er Park-er 'Mabel Tobleske. Pi?
Eighth Grade: Emily Billings,
Louie Smoak, Willma Shepard, Pearl (jfr
Wilson. Leonora Toff aletti, Pauline
Shafer, Ruth Laurence, Clara riagan,
Milton Hennecv. I
High School: Charlotte Chazai,
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.
Annie Ht j
Anthony, Oct. 14. Mr. and Mrs.
Tile and Plastering
' PHONE 526, OCALA
The first meeting of the club for
the year 1920-21 will be held on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon at 3 'clock, at the
club house. All members are urged
to be present. The school teachers
will be the guests of honor at this,
meeting. Louise Harris Clark,
W. A. TINSMAN lsevsm f
rAvrnirrnn Mr. B. K. Padgett has moved into &
his Drettv new home. When complet-lst
Anvthing in Brick, Stone, Concrete, ea the Padeetts will have one of theE
" r .-1 ... fit lt I '.TV
prettiest homes in Antnony, witn au i
modern conveniences. r-X'
. Mr. Clarence Gates and W. Schroed- ig
er from Jacksonville spent the week fy
end with friends and relatives here. X
Mrs. Ed Neff and. children, also Mr.
Earl Bishop of Jacksonville, were vj;
visitors ta the home of Mr. and Mrs.
T1 1 Tt.t 1 Hnm I
Mr. John Talton and mother, Mrs.
J. H. Talton and Miss Mae Grocott of vfc
Jacksonville, spent several days last (
week with Mr. Goode Talton and
Mr. William Fielding returned
home Wednesday after a flying trip f
to Gainesville and Tampa. i:
Mr. Kirby Turner and family of JSl
Gainesville snent Saturday and Sun-
day as guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. h)
Mrs. Richard Stroud of Ocala were I
Sunday visitors at the home of Mr.
J. R. Olds. vK
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lamb returned .-V
last week from a pleasant visit to
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Mr. Milton Jones of Daytona, Mr. f:
-r 1 I -r T I
A. E. GERIG
Dunnellon, Oct. 14. The Presbyte
rian church was the scene of lovely
wedding Tuesday morning, at eleven
o'clock, when Miss Minnie White be became
came became the bride of Mr. R. N. Wells.
Rev. T. P. Walton performed the im impressive
pressive impressive ceremony which was ; wit witnessed
nessed witnessed by th many friends and rela relatives
tives relatives of the contracting parties. The
church was artistically decorated with
ferns, pot plants and cut flowers, a
pink and green color motif being ef
fectively carried out.
While the guests' were assembling,
Mrs, G. W. Haven at the piano, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Miss Inez Grumbles,
violin, rendered a program of appro
priate music, vocal selections, "At
Dawning" and 'I Love You Truly,"
being sweetly sung by -Mrs. Haven.
The bridal party entered to the
strains of the Bridal Chorus from
Lohengrin The bride was lovely in a
suit of dark blue tricotine, with a hat
and accessories of field mouse brown,
and carried a lovely bouquet of yel
Immediately following the cere
mony Mr. and Mrs. Wells left for a
brief wedding trip down the east
coast in their car, and on their re return
turn return will continue to make Dunnellon
Mrs. "Wells is the attractive young
daughter of Mr. William D. White,
one of the pioneer citizens of Marion
county. Mrs. Wells havirlg .been rear reared
ed reared in Marion county, has a wide circle
of friends who' will wish for her every
happiness in her married life.
Mr. Wells is a sterling young man
of this city, a bookkeeper for the
Dunnellon Supply Co., and also has a
host, of friends who will extend conn
Glover Jones of Ocala and Mrs. Jonas
Fort of Oklawaha, who came to at-
tend the funeral of their brother, Mr. k&
Hugh Jones, have returned to their
The funeral services for Mr. Hugh
In Accents Mild Bbatwright and Rev. N. B. Plummer
and the words spoken were beautiful
We Modestly Proclaim
that we are Vulcanizing
Headquarters for tbis
community and we. want want-to
to want-to Whisper Softly in your
ear"l:hat we Guarantee
and very touching. The young men
cf Hugh's class acted as pall bearers
and the young ladies and .teacher of
the class, Mrs, W. N. Fielding, march
ed to the cemetery with them, carry carrying
ing carrying large bouquets of flowers which
covered the grave.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Priest and son,
Granville, also Mr. Bryant Forbes
spent Saturday at the home of Mr.
Oils, Gas and Accessories tO. hvUl Proctor of Pedro.
Mr. Johnson, Mr. Hall and Mr.
Ill'M Irtllillk Orien Rainey of Pedro were visitors
in Anthony Sunday,
Miss Nell Olds spent the week-end
in Ocala the guest of her sister, Mrs.
nr Al A vrniTCl? m firW Stirling Hooper,
Ulsr&JLiCm llUWU m.r I . v,ol1
at the club house by two ladies. The
meetings are well attended and the
FIRST AID TO
The Jacksonville Metropolis frank
ly admits that it doesn't know what
the power of the legislature will be if
the amendment carries. Don't you
think it is rather silly to advocate a
law you don't know the meaning of,
Forrest Lake has declined to ac
cept the appointment as member of
the state' road department in place of
M.-M. Smith of Orlando. At this, time
it is not known whom the governor
will appoint. DeLand News.
Mr. Lake is wise. Catt's appointees
during the tag end of his administra administration
tion administration are not going to be politically
popular, until Catts is forgotten.
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
mm niuu .w u.i i
We can save you money on your
fall suit. Jake Goldman. 13-3t
The council didn't pass the ordi
nance, but we put in r the individual
service. Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
WEARE NEVER TOO BUSY
To give your Shoe Repairing Prompt
attention. We can serve you while
you wait if desired with the famous
Goodyear Welt System of repairing.
We call for and deliver work free.
SHOE SHINE SERVICE
Every Day Including Sunday
114 S. Magnolia St.
. Phone 143, OCALA. FLA.
A. E. Corthell, member
BEST FOR HOME SHINES
SAVE THE LEATHER
THE BIG VALUE PACKAGES
PAES AND LIQUIDS
- ALLEY CORPORATIONS LTD..
For Eldt, Tsn, Or Hood. Dazlc Brown
. and w L.jt bhoes
BUFFALO. N. Y.
Kingan's Breakfast Bacon
squares, perlb ........ .43c
Kingan's Plantation Bacon
squares, per lb ........ -35c
Corned Beef, per can ...... 35c
Roast Beef, per can. . . .35c
Tripe, per can 35c
Reddick Peanut Butter in bulk
per pound .............. 35c
Reddick Peanut Butter, one
pound can ..40c
Reddick Peanut Butter, four
pound can ...... .$1.40
Oil Sausage, 2 lbs. for 75c
Jello Ice Cream Pwdr. 2 for 23c
Navy Beans, per lb 12!4c
Large Lima Beans per lb.. 10c v
Clean-Easy Soap 4 bars for 25c
Pint Jar Sugar Cane Syrup 25c
Whole Milk; Klim, lb .....95c-
Whole Milk. "... w 2 lbs. $1.90
" Whole Milk, Klim, 5 lbs. $3.50
Sugar per pound .........16c
Sweet 'Potatoes per peck.. 50c
M i Properly fitted glasses
OfJ rive away that iquint iquint-C.
C. iquint-C. n?. drawn, unnatural
see expression seen in defec-
. w- ye eyes.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Don't miss the "Fig Flake fHndae"
at the Court pharmacy, tne k;
liked. : :
.. -r vl
IN TIE POCKETS OF 1
LETE DMIVE MsM
OLP fflGM COST OF LIIM(S
IBsick to Mornmsilcy M Prices
Me Slil Mill
SIIK AND 11OOLEW PIECE GSC3S
: 0h; a Mucli lower Price Leyc
1 UDlllfD I
For the first time since the war began, we have been able to go
into the market and buy spick-span-new goods, of the latest
weaves, colorings and patterns for the present season at lower
prices than ruled in some time. . . ...
This is the best news printed in-years for the women of our com community,
munity, community, for it means that the advance of prices has stopped. .and
that reasonable prices are likely to rule in the future. .
In celebration of this delightful new condition of things, we are
not only marking the regular prices of our new YARD GOODS
down to. the measure of the lower costs: but we are also making
the following extraordinary offer to our friends. . v .
i ) ;
P1SCOUNT ; W
Oii all Pwcliases; oi Cotton,
Woolen and Sillc Piece Goods
Thjs discount;applies on every new. piece of goods in our entire
stock, as well as on every other piece of YARD GOODS in our
possession, even though it had been reduced in price before.
This means that for a dress pattern that would cost $10.00 at it's
marked price, you will be asked to pay only $7.50, though on the
basis of last season's value it would be worth $12 50. . .
Please remember that this discount applies to YARD GOODS only.
Our Lines of Eeady-to-Weair Are Marlced
Down to the Measure of 'ttic Lower Costs
M: A R
THE FASHION CENTER
t a -in w
OCALA EVENING STA2, FRIDAY. OCTOBZS13. 192Q
NOTES AND COMMENTS
A CLEAR SKIN
FACTORY PLANT FOR SALE IN OCALA"'-. ;
on accoaat ol late owner's dealli.
Larsre three-story buildiner. SO x 90 with 40 x 40 one-storv addition cn
No joke is good unless it can stand
Women do not bAm fn
the beauty parlor lor if their skin
is disfigured xrfth
tickling in both ears.
large lot. complete and ready for ope ation with boiler, two steam esgiaes
one 30-Hp. Westinghouse electric motor, eight cotton gins (short and loss
staple) cotton press, cotton carrier system with metal conveyors, velvet
bean holler and grinder, grist mill, new bolting mill (never been used) els
vator, shafting, belting, pulleys, platform scales. Plenty room on lot for
expansion. Here is an opportunity to continue a business which has been
in operation for a srreat many years, now at a standstill on account cf
Any goose that lays these davs is
doing a golden deed.
Fashion decrees that the dear wom
en must no longer carry their money
m tfteir stockings. Well, we guess
t .1 nheyehould
fe- i store that
not: the dresses are so short it's no
death. For further
longer a hiding place.
- J- WT i-'jt'-V
FRANK W. DITTO, Ocala, Florida, or
;D S. WOODROW, OcaHa. ;'r
Paris has a doctor who makes
diagnosis of his natients from their
and altera alterative
tive alterative cf Dr.
handwriting. Some in this city are
similarly "gifted "especially if they
see the signature at the bottom of a
Dodge Brothers Business Car
appeals to the merchant who
requires light delivery service,
because he knows from the
experience of others that he
can depend upon it for faithful
daily service, at a fixed low
AUTO SALES CO.,
Mack Taylor -Ocala,
F!a Phone 348
V SS ifiii f" I
SUPPOSE your baking fail failures
ures failures average three out of
ten. They may run higher. But
if they don -t your good bakings
cost you about a third more than
What you lose, thru Mure
must be added to baking costs costs-it
it costs-it has to be paid for.
Calumet Baking Powder will
save you all of that Because
when you use it there are no fail failures
ures failures no losses. Every baking is
sweet and palatable and stays
moist, tender and delicious to the
last tasty bite.
ryv H - I V ""i ""Til i i VI i I 1 "i$
S eV5K "BEST-fiY TEST" ife
-VNwOttCAlOy ,j '-)"JT ii i. mi ill i. iiiiji.., i, u .jiiii.iiii.iiiiiimi nil imniiniii) i mi! Hi i lii mil. .11 rim, wi1 '. WJ,i.-igtiait
That's a big saving but that isn't
all. You save when you buy Cal Calumet
umet Calumet and you save when you use
it It is reasonable in cost and pos possesses
sesses possesses more than the ordinary leaven leavening
ing leavening strength. You pay less and use
less. You get the most in purity, de dependability
pendability dependability and wholesomeness.
In every way it is the best way
to keep down baking costs. That's
what has made it the world's biggest
selling baking powder has kept it the
favorite of millions of housewives for
more than thirty years.
good wholesome bakings can be made
only of good materials, no other way,
so use, only good baking powder and
good plain flour (not self-rising flour).
V2 cup butter, Y
cups granulated su sugar,
gar, sugar, 2V2 cups flour,
1 cup of water,
2 level teaspoons oi
Powder, 1 teaspoon
lemon, yolks of 9
eggs. Then mix. La
the regular way.
AH state and county licenses due
October 1st, 1020. Any ens doing
-'nts3 v;ithoat license after this
W. K. Lane, 11. U Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, ar. Nose asd
Throat. OGce over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. if.
V Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlothing & Shoe Comrany. Every Every-thir.
thir. Every-thir. we sell 33 gruarr.r:tr?d. T7ere
Kjjf Placed be be-tffore
tffore be-tffore the
public over fifty years ago.
Macon, Ga. "I mkrht sav T
raised my f amilv on Dr
Golden Medical -Pisvery. It il
the best medicine I have known fcrj
cousrhs. I always eave it tn
children, and it not only helped the
cough but gave them strength, a$
whenever anv of the rpst nf tkn
family had a bad couch I wmitf
give them Golden Medical Disctv Disctv-ery,
ery, Disctv-ery, too. I had the influenza, and
it left me with a bad cough and
othprwisa nin.dnnm1 T t11-iV m
couple of bottles of 'Golden Mid-
icai Discovery and it nd me of tr.a
cough and built me np in health.
J Golden Medical Discovery is tkt
best medicine I have ever used in
my family to purify the blood and
to drive out imnuritiaa from tf rvb-
tem." Mrs. J. W. Merger, No.
2140 Second Street.
It is said that a certain gentleman
in this city has presented to his best
admired young lady a magnificent
ring, but that she only wears it on
Sundays, when out riding with him.
conservation is the reason.
The Literary Digest wants to know
if the human mind is tireless. Mav.
I be not, but it frequently runs on the
There's a young man in our town
who has acquired an awful lot of
wrinkles on his brow of late, and fni
explanation attributes it to stud v. WpI
know enough to know that no woman
wants to get a reputation for stud-
uousness that way.
Ocala is just chuck full of brides. I
(and one of our most modern models
declares she did not marrv her hus
band to wade through fire and water
tor her, but will be perfectly satisfied
if he will get up on cold mornings
and make the fires.
And there are a lot. vea. oodles of
Inear-hlishanffs' frr in nnV x -' I ....
Madam Rumor is correct) and we are E. Henri, A. N. Jackson, L. M. 6'Kel-p""?
told that fliow nra mal-tno lv. Hprmnn W P51cKn-r V. I
!. tv. uiauiug jii uuiisca I ... iowui j t uc jiicoi I
like candidflfps nalae xrnnrttr man dential electors ?T.' T Martin n Ka I
I wr w aMr u w u umac iiitti I I .m v villi fcV II
certainly can give Senator Harding u- s- senator; W. L. Casa, to be rep
Cash.-and' Carry Carry-See
See Carry-See our Bargain Counter
A Different Article Each Day
This Is NOT a Branch Store,
but owned exclusively by
ABBOTT a LUFFMAPJj
Phone 562 7, N. Mcnnolla EL-
(Continued from First Page)
3 1 . . I a i y-t
cams ann snanps nn nia fnnt nnk reseniai vp in t nncrecc i it- h i i k '.
: j i. 1. ... I Trv,ui 1 : 1 1 i I rl l i i i -i
vouijjaigumg,- ajia -msKe 11 listen like ue governor; ueorge u. .t
an electric bell with the batteries run McDougal, to be railroad commis-l;
down. too. sioner. I J'Ts
1 A a: i xi. I ' ww s ww v a
"uu 1'""wimLluI,s u lIie proniDinon ;t. torner aiore m iiarriiifiiuii iiuii tczi
X .- A a a T a 4 ifi..
Marriage was a success on hnn- party of Florida, as follows:
J ... ... . I Ttf T T X Til -w tw.
marriages will be KutMsfnl n itrm-IR. A. McAulev. W. H. Hannev Wpb.I!'
dred years from now. Don't form an Iey C. Richards, Ernest M. Smith, to US
opinion too hastily.
be presidnetial electors
Communication was received f mm
Thei' ara tWKAng in Vi. M. Tj. PavTIP. TeTntlVO frt Via nnllmi.
I w kJWAAk? XXX 1119 VwWu vVUU I J w LvriAXXl
imagine they are as an incandescent place at b airfield.
I'ght m the community, when in real- Messrs. Geo. S. Bowen and J. N
ity they illuminate it like a candle Priest filed oath of freeholders
dip. v Petition signed by Mr. John F.
J Carlton et al. asking that Flemington
There sire mantr cfr9ni4 t-n Inland Eurekn road he ctr?ifrVionorl a-nA
I M llX w ; KJKj I -.(..wV uiiu
seen on the streets each succeeding worKea was received and laid over
May. Let your slogan be "extend the until next meeting.
welcome hand with a cheerv word of Messrs. N. A. Fort. R. C. Fort and
greeting." It is fine advertising and c- H- Rogers, committee heretofore
r!np vnn rnn1 alert Cnma -rmn-ntn I annomteri to View mnA marlr niif tVia
" wu t UjJlt XX ... u V IfliV.
might speak a little more kindly to hest and most practical route for road
their home oiks-too, and gain much reported the following route:
by it. Beginning at head of Juniper
- bprings in sec 17 tp 15 r 26 e, inter-
Does a man frof Viicr firiorci'ol i.ofi'r. I sectine with Pat's Tslanrl rn4rl in Ban
' 1 ItlUlliWOl LatUIg I O ------ ..-- XXX
by the way his wife dresses? Just ask 27 tp 14 r 26. e, recommending that
I xl 1 ft I it. Jl j ft ft
ine DanKers. roau oe grantea ana opened ior
travel as npar ne rratiQl olnni. Vi
-s. I - AUV..UI HIVUg bUC
A nerROTl wVr "woars11 tia mrno nrila Iroad alreaflv there wViirTi nnnrf tito o
. u M iJTftiO TTtUC J J .. "v.. X -VX t fVOO
open observes many things and the accepted and road ordered nosted for
i. i ft . i
one wmcn pieases us most toaay, is "i,eillI1S'
l"that. the man or vnman wVin Iroann 1 Mr. Wm. A '.TeflTcrmt rnrnna'i- filJ
I- v . w xk-o I bviwui uigu
busy hasn't time to worry." No. Did papers in case of unknown white man
any ox you ever see an oia-iasmonea xt'ullu ueau.
dominecker hen with a full brood of 1 he county denositorv. countv
young ducks on the lake? judge,, sheriff, tax collector, justices
, of the peace and mspetcors of marks
There are lots of little bovs around and brands filed renorts
I this town u who -rlon't. feel an Ymtttxr 1 The following warrantc xxrava nrai.
about the high cost of things as their ed drawn to cover bills duly examin-
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paiwus uu. iuu can t get nan as eu passea ana oraerea paia, to-wit:
much castor oil for a quarter now as General fund $1653.23: fine and
aQr W "vjm - - ra- -' j- 5
! -! 'ii Mmmmmms
you used to.
There are just scads of childless
homes in Ocala. Well to do folks,
too, and when we hear them ranting
and taking on about how "they just
love children" we wonder what or who
is holding them back from adopting
two or three.
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The subject of a recent political ad address
dress address was "What Women Want, and
How to Get It." Great snoring cats,
mankind has been trying for forty
centuries to discover what it was
women wanted and hasn't guessed
right yet. Even the woman who pre presented
sented presented the address failed to make a
Ocala has some stubborn women
when it comes to giving their ages.
We can't understand why a woman
snouia ODiect to telling ner age. A
forfeiture fund, $780.61; road fund,
S6452.ll; state aid road fund, $352.89;
agricultural fund, $68.
The board thereupon adiourned to
meet October 7th, 1920.
The board met Oct. 7th in adjourn adjourned
ed adjourned session with all members, present.
Wararnt was ordered drawn on the
agricultural fund for $68 favor Wm.
A. Sessoms, as payment on salary as
county demonstrator for month of
Time warrant was ordered drawn
in favor of county depository in the
amount of $3000 in accordance with
Chapter 8112, Acts of 1919.
Petition was presented asking that
the name of Robert Bruce Meff ert be
placed on the official ballot in the ap approaching
proaching approaching election as candidate for
the office of county commissioner for
district No. 1. v
Petition was presented asking that
the name of C. R. Veal be placed on
woman is always as old as she looks, Tthe official ballot in the approaching
and who in thunder cares how old any
woman is anyway? What difference
does it make ? We admit the good
Lord did not take as much pains
with some as others, but in the end
every woman looks good to some -one.
We know there are some wonder
ful hogs in Marion county, and doubt doubtless
less doubtless there are some wonderful cows,
too, but probably none more wonder wonderful
ful wonderful than the animal that has just
been advertised by her owner thusly:
"For sale, cow that gives five quarts
of milk a day, also twi grindstones,
one set of harness and a good hay
Since women are the equals of men,
the question is being asked, will they
join the army? There is a report of
one woman serving throughout the
civil war, engaging in many battles
and finally died Oct. 3rd, 1920, at the
good old age of 92. This noble woman
v as Mrs. Elizabeth Niles of Raritan,
X. J., who could not bear to be parted
from her- husband. She removed her
hair, donned a uniform, shouldered a
gun and marched by his side, truly
a man's equal if not his superior.
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
Boy's suits $8.50 up. Large line of
boy's shirts, blouse waists, ties and
stockings. H. A. Waterman, The
Haberdas? er. 13-Ct
Saturday, the Eastern Star will
conduct a rummage sale together
with a sale of fancy cakes in one of
the offices of the Yonge block. Eve Everybody
rybody Everybody cordially invited. 14-2t
Your feet are vour best friends. If
tbey" give you trouble, why not have
a ir.?e examination by 11. 11. Little,
pr:.:5-:r:to practipedist. 11-tf
election as candidate for the office of
member of the board of public in instruction
struction instruction for the county of Marion.
A petition requesting that certain
road be granted starting in sees 17
and 20 tp 14 s s 22 e, was laid over
until next meeting.
The board after having viewed the
road situation m the Romeo precinct,
decided to establish the road which
has been marked out and posted in
accordance with law, which is hereby
granted and established along the
following- route: Commence at the
ne cor of sei of s 18 tp 15 r 20, at
the end of hard road, thence w on the
quarter sectioin line through sec 18
tp 15 r 20, thence w thru sees 13 and
14 tp 15 r 19 to quarter section post
on w side of sec 1A, thence n 64 deg
w 50 ch3 to a pt 4 chs e of S. A. L.
P. R., thence n 66 deg and 30 min w
212.5 chs to the sw cor of sec 6 tp
15 r 19 and being at a pt 19 links e
of the A. C. L. R. R., a distance of 6!i
miles and 2.50 chains, and to reject
the proposition of a road petitioned
for and reported as an extension of
the road from St. Johns church to
state road No. 5 and beginning at the
section line dividing sees 14 and 9 tp
15 r 19, as these two roads accom accommodate
modate accommodate practically the same territory
and an extension can be made to the
herein granted route that will serve
all purposes of both roads and save
building about four miles of road.
Which was offered by Mr. Hutchins,
seconded by Mr. Talton and carried.
The board adjourned to meet Oct.
13th, 1920. O. II. Rogers, Chmn.
Attest: P. II. Nugent. Clerk, bv T.
D. Lancaster Jr., Deputy Clerk.
MAMKET .and GlMU
. Phone 243
. The Store of Qualify
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You know before you open the In-er-seal Trade
Mark package that Unooda' Qlscuii' are as
crisp and fresh a when they left the oven. And
you know as you serve them that these soda
crackers will be enjoyed for tlie known goodness
which prompted you to buy them. Keep a
supply on hand.
NATIONAL BISCUIT CO? fPAJST i
rmTTTTrni J n 77rr TTT f,TTT TTTTzO. r ; M I nr
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a frcnJ
Every modern convenience in each room,
second to son
ROBERT fX r.IEYER,
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If i you have any
phone to five-one.
Temperature this morning, 58; this
If quality counts, our hats
Jake Goldman. 13-3t
Mr. O. B. Howse has returned home
front a business trip to Orlando.
Only one drink served in each cup
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Mr. II. S. Minshall is a business
visitor to Dunnellon for a few days.
Use "Goodnight" and then go. 'to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.
Mr, and Mrs. W. O. Brewer of
Romeo were visitors in town today.
No. 2 Tomatoes, two cans for 25
cents! II. B. Whittington. ll-6t
Mrs. R. S. Hall will compliment
Miss Carolina Harns3 at a moving
picture party next Tuesday, atter atter-noon.
noon. atter-noon. The guests, at this occasion will
include the attendants of the Martui-
Delicious banana spits at the Court
On Fort King avenue, just before
reaching. Mr. W. D. Cam's residence,
ther are some ugly holes which should
be repaired immediately. This would
make the road fairly good out to the
No fear of germs when you drink
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Mrs. George R. McKean and daugh
ter. Miss Marie McKean" will arrive in
the city this afternoon from their
home at Tampa to spend until Sun
day afternoon with the former's par
ents, Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock,
Dr. Montgomery of Micanopy is
visiting his Ocala friends.
Mr. G. W. Martin came in today off
the road for a visit to his family.
Home ground meal at WHITTING-
TON'S GROCERY. ll-t
HIGH PRICES CLOSED I
Mrs. Mabel Floyd is assisting Sup Supervisor
ervisor Supervisor Barco is the registration of office.
Gerig's Drug Store has instituted
"individual service" at its soda foun fountain.
tain. fountain. 29-tf
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Denmark of
Summerfield were shoppers in the
city yesterday. ."
Double recleaned seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. C-tf
Mr. J. II. Hughes, tax collector of
Sumetr county, was a business visitor
in town yesterday.- ;
Our ice cream sodas are the best in
the city. Court Pharmacy. ll-6t
Misses Elizabeth Bennett and. Ruth
Simmons are in Orlando for the week
end, guests of Miss Mary Lane.
Best patent flour, plain or self-ris
ing, 12 lbs. 90c, 24 lbs. $1.75. MAIN
STREET MARKET. Phone 108. 11-6
Misses Nell and Kate McKinney of
Orlando eft today for Gainesville,
where they will visit friends. They
have been guests' of Mrs. J. G. Batts
in this city. ...
Mis3 Elizabeth Wetherbee's many
friends will regret to lear nof her ill illness
ness illness at her home and hope that she
will soon be able to return to her
Best patent flour, plain or self-rising,
12 lbs. 90c, 24 lbs. $1.75. MAIN
STREET MARKET. Phone 108. ll-6t
Hot coffee and sandwiches at
hours. Carter's Bakery. 14-3t
Flower bulbs at
the Ocala Seed
Mrs. A. T, Thomas and daughter,
Miss Rhoda Thomas, accompanied by
Messrs. Wellie and Roscoe Meffert,
will motor to Jacksonville m the
morning to cheer our football team
which plays against the Duval high
school team tomorrow.,
Sttae Attorney Scofield was in
town attending to legal business today.
After n absence of over a year, B.
U. Young is with us again. He has
been in Colorado, helping to handk
the cantaloupe crop, and .has come
back to help us move the oranges.
Messrs. Ed Carmichael and Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph Chalker are back from their
trip down the east coast to Miami, via
Jacksonville, and returning by the
way of Orlando. They report that
they saw every prospect for the big biggest
gest biggest tourist business this winter on
the Oklawaha river that the river has
If you have a piano to sell, see J.
F. Frampton, piano tuner, 1109 East
Fifth St., Ocala, or phone 185-G. 136t
We are agents for the Walk-Over
and Beacon Shoes. Jake Goldman. 3t
f Associated P-es)
Washington, Oct. 15 The depart
ment of justice campaign against the
high cost of living will be ended and
the entire fair price organization dis-j
tended Nov. 1st, because funds for
carrying on the work have been ex
THE MEXICAN PEOPLE vance
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
oc; one montn. 53. Payable in ad-
Overcoats, raincoats and macki-
naws. li. a. waterman. in-at
Mrs. John Ravenel and daughter,
Miss Mary Martin of Charleston, S.
C, arrived in the city this afternoon
to be guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Harriss until after the
marriage of the former's son, Mr.
Edward Martin to Miss Caroline Har Harriss.
riss. Harriss. ''".'
The pretty little bungalow on East
Fort King, that Dr. Moremen recent
ly purchased from Messrs! Carl Ray
and John Thomson, is neanng comple
tion, and by the first of November
will be ready for occupancy. This
bungalow is attracting a great deal
of interest. At at early date Messrs.
Ray and Thomson will erect two more
houses in the same locality.
Mexico City, Oct. 15. The volcano
Popocatepetl is reported in eruption
with steam escaping and deep rum rum-Wings.
Wings. rum-Wings. The population is fleeing for
OCALA VERSUS DUVAL
FOR SALE This week, one Acme
dress form as good as new, half
price; three new: Gloria Light
Company's lamps with $180 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 isrothers. 30-tf
FOR RENT Dwelling cn Anthony
road, 200 feet of Oklawaha avenue;
seven rooms, bath, hot and cold
water, gas, electric lights. L. N.
FOR SALE Five room bungalqw
with bath, etc, close in, $2250. See
L. M. Murray, Holder Block, Ocala,
1 OUND- A sum of money in Ocala.
Apply in writing, giving descrip description
tion description of coins lost. Address "Money,"
care Star. 11-Ct
The Ocala high school football team
left this afternoon on the limited for
Jacksonville, where tomorrow they
will meet Duval high on the gridiron.
The names of the Ocala boys follow:
"Joe Moses, Robert Hall, Harold
Smith, Marion Lummus, George Leak,
Wilford Harold, George Blowers, Wy- WOOD FOR SALE $1 and $2 loads
cliff e Steel, Jack Williams, Jume
Counts, Arthur Douglas, Roy Priest,
John;ook. Whitney Kunn and J. C.
English, their coach.
of oak and pine wood. Phone 322,
residence. E. Bomolini. 9-6t
FOR SALE County maps. Call or
write J. H. Moorhead. 5-tf
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
LOST Pink cameo pin, gold rim en engraved.
graved. engraved. Lost in front of Main Street
Market or somewhere betwem
Gerig's Drugstore or Stroud's fruit
stand. Finder please return, to
Mrs. W. P. Huckaby, 708 Lime St,
Ocala and receive reward. 13-3t
FOR SALE Roll top cilice desk,
gas stove, buffet, kitchen table and
art square. All in good condition.
Phone 298. 12-Gt
FOR RENT In Ocala,, seven room
house with bath and in good repair.
Address Box 147, Dunnellon, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 12-Ct
rOR RENT Furnished house, 222
East Washington St. Can be seen
by applying to Mrs. R. T. Weaver,
at Elite Millinery Store. 15-3t
FOR SALE One Cyphers incubator
cheap, in first class condition. Ap Apply
ply Apply to 517 Oklawaha avenue, phone
Preferred to Walk;
. Lewis, whose mother was In a sani sanitarium,
tarium, sanitarium, was being urged by his nurs
at home to eat -food that she thought
he required. '"8he said, "Lewis, pre pretend
tend pretend you are a car. It is 20 miles tv
mother and it takes a gallon of gasn
line to go a mile. Now, every mouth mouthful
ful mouthful you take Is a gallon "of gasoline.
So 20 raouthfuls will take you to moth
er." Lewis made a brave attempt t
accomplish the end, and after takln;
about ten mouthf uls, he exclaimed
with disgust," "Oh. gee I guess D
walk the rest of the way."
Advertising builds business.
A Modern Seven-Room Resi Residence,
dence, Residence, nicely located and
close in. A bargain for quick
cash sale or terms can be ar arranged.
ranged. arranged. Apply to S. S. Sav Savage
age Savage Jr., Ocala, Fla. 15-30t
Earl McRae ran his car into the
ii-"?.-rs"..J",. m :
Before buying your fall hat, give express company wagon on South
We are agents for the Walk-Qver
and Beacon Shoes. Jake Goldman. 3t
Sugar 15 cents per pound at H. B.
We carry the most complete line of
tiunks, bags and suitcases in central
Florida. Jake Goldman. 13-3t
Mrs. R. A. Burford left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Birmingham, for a visit to
her son, Mr. R. A. Burford Jr., and
family. Before returning home Mrs.
Burford will visit relatives at Troy.
Full dress shoes, shirts, collars, ties
. and mufflers, all the latest. Better
get yours while your size is here. H.
A. Waterman, The Haberdasher. 133t
The, "A" Club is entertaining at a
pink tea this afternoon from 4 to 6
o'clock at the 'home'.' of .'one of its
members, Miss Sue Moore, in honor
of another member, Miss Caroline
Harriss, whose marriage to Mr. Ed Edward
ward Edward Martin will be a large social
event of the 2lst of this month.
Potato salad, baked ham, meat loaf,
mayonnaise dressing. Carter's Bak Bakery.
ery. Bakery. 15-2t
Among the visitors to the city
yesterday, were Mrs. B. C. Webb of
Kendrick, Mrs. W. E. Bolles and Mrs.
T. E. Dressier of Oldsmar, Mrs. T. P.
Caruthers of Oxford, Mrs. Mary
Jones of Anthony, Miss Sara Math
ews of Fort Lauderdale, who is visit visiting"
ing" visiting" her aunt, Mrs. C. H. Mathews at
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. 11-tf
trial to suit you.
Main street yesterday, doing consid
erable damage. He was arrested, but
palachicola oysters fresh
Phone your orders. Cook's
ind Grocery. Phone 243.
Those clumsy concrete traffic mark-
ers are nrovinc an exnense as well
asa nuisance to.the city.. It is true Sweaters for the man or boy. uet
oh nf vttoi imnnrfinra fVmf tVio efroof one wnue we nave your size. Jtt. A.
t waterman, rne naDeraasner. xa-az
the ones of concrete are entirely too
large and dangerous when broken up.
Mayor Anderson and a few advisers
are now considering what will be the
most practical and goodlooking ap
paratus to take their place.
I ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN QCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville . 2:09 a. m
Leave for Tampa. . ...... 2:10 a. m.
yuu uave s.uus guuu eggs, x imvc T.MVA fnr TYYir, 1-Hln m
a good incubator. If you want chick- Arrive from Jacksonville.. 4:24 cm.
ens hatched, call phone 185-G. J. E. Leave for Tampa 4:25 p.m.
Frampton, Ocala, Fla. 13-6t Arrive from Tampa.. 2:14a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville . . z :15 a. m. I
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Hot Boston Baked Beans and f" fitTrXZhY.' ' 1 VZ iT r
T I"! 1 O-A J II,. I - . . . .w f,.
rown creau xur oaiaxua Arrive from Tampa. 4:04 p. m.
supper, carters uaKery. u-ax Leave for Jacksonville.... 4:05p.m.
Atlantic oast Line
The Ocala Woman's Club will open Leave for St. Petersburg. 2:49 a. m,
. 1 ma I - .
t.ne vear's worK aaturaav aitemoon 1 a m va fmm jnctsnnvi a a'Sinm.K
with a reception to tlTe public school Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35 p.m.
teachers. The program will be in Arrive from Jacksonville. .10:12 p. m.
chare-e of the education and music Leave for Leesburg ....... 10;13 p. m.
Get the habit of "doing your GROCERY BUYING at
these stores. You will profit by the hubit.
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
SUGAR Fine Granulated, per pound - M l-2e
Cloverbloora Butter, pound 67c
Lard Compound, pound... 20c
Wilson's Nut Oleo, pound 35c
White Bacon, pound 25c
Fancy Evaporated Apples, pound.
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n,rtmnti. and He-htful nroram "ive irom os. ireiersDurg zixn.m.
, r j T-:i.-i Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:12a.m.
t r i
nas oeen arrange. r..x3Vu. u Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25p.m.
university oa xiunua, ... uui, yg. Ior Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.
the. meeting on questions of educa- Arrive from Leesbure 6:41 a. a.
tional interest. Notice is directed to Arrive from Jacksonville. 2:48 a. m
the fact that the meeting will be call- Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42a.m.
ed at 3 o'clock, instead of 3:30 as Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25p.m.
Engelhard Roasted Premium 'Maxwell House Coffee, pound. 4c
Coffee, pound.... 30c Arbuckle Coffee, pound 38c
Green Coffee, pound 192
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A well-known fact among "Waterman's
customers and'well-wishers is that for
years past this store has always carried
a large assortment of Men's wearing
appareL We have studied the markets
and have closely observed the senti sentiment
ment sentiment of the people in regard td fluctu fluctu-ations
ations fluctu-ations prices high, prices low, and
prices well just prices and can say
now that while we have not purchased
as large an assortment as formerly our
stock is constantly replenished with
jnst enough of the best and latest ob obtainable,
tainable, obtainable, and should the "bottom" sud suddenly
denly suddenly drop out of market prices this
store is in a position to take advantage
of all conditions and take care of its
customers as it has for years past
EVERYTHING FOR THE MAN AND BOY
Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p.m. J
Arrive from Gainesville.
daily excent Sunday . . 11 :50 a. m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday 4:45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues
day, Thursday. Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues
day. Thursday. Saturday 11:03 d. m.
jjcave lor Wilcox, Monday.
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Arrive from Wilcox. Mon
day- Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p. m.
R. A. MASONS
Octagon Soap .... .
Fearline, package .. .. .... .5c
Rub No More' Soap 7c
Clean Easy Soap 6c
Sopade ...... ... .- ..8c
This is a very low price. We guarantee satisfaction. Your money
refunded if you are not pleased. f
2-lb. buckeis Wilson's Shortening 58c 4-lb. buckets Wilson's Sliqriesisg $1.10
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Showdrift, 4 pounds'. . . .... $1.05
Snowdrift, 8 pounds ....$2.05
Cottonbloom Shortening, 4 lbs. 95c
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
MARION-DUNTf MASONIC LODGE
10c package Tetley's Tea,r 8c
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19. F. & A. Ill DC package 1 etley S 1 ea . 4C
Thursday evenings of each month at rt
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Cottonbloom Shortening 8 lbs. ?i.85
Cottolene, 4 pounds.... ... 98c
Cottolene, 8 pounds $1.85
10c Spices, Cloves, Cinnamon, Alspice, Red Pepper, Black Pepper and Qr
White Pepper ul
Rumford "Baking Powder, 17 & S2c
Royal Baking Powder, 23c and 43c
Brooms...... 75c, $1.00 and $1.25
7:30 o'clock until further notice
Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, W. M.
5c PEANUT BARS BARS-5c
5c BARS-5c Cocoanut Bars .
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
l, 1 .1 1 T 1 I i rt.nn
uciu every aiuuuav cveuiiiir at i :ou w mrmm nit -i -m
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G. ill' 0C J1U tanuy
C. Hronna kfn Am vof ata A aa1!a1 I
welcome to visiting brothers.
J. W. Akin, a a
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. & S.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E. SJ
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
- ort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec-
oncT and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
J. C Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage,. Clerk.
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One EAST and one WEST ol
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Tulula Lodge No. 22, L 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. LufTraan, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxlers and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller, E. R R-E.
E. R-E. J. Crook, Secretary.
Mickey says: If yourr
isn't worth advertising, ad
for sale. k
The price of Chandler Automobiles has been reduced
$200 oil all 'McSels,
effective immediately, making it the lowest priced car
on the market, in its class.
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mods:note dates or sequential designation Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
funding Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855
mods:publisher Porter & Harding
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mods:dateIssued October 15, 1920
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mods:extent v. : ; 61 cm.
mods:title Ocala weekly star
mods:subject SUBJ651_1 lcsh
mods:geographic Ocala (Fla.)
Marion County (Fla.)
mods:country United States
Ocala evening star
Ocala Evening Star
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