Weather Forecast: Partly cloudy
tonight and Saturday.
OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1920
VOL. 26, NO. 254
RETIRES AT HIS
BILIOUS DAYS FOR BANKERS BATTLE
Ifor.orable and Long Service of Brig Brigadier
adier Brigadier General John Diddle Will
Soon Come to an End
Washington, Oct. 22. Brigadier
General John Biddle, commander of
the American troops in England dur during
ing during the war, will be retired at his own
it-quest Dec. 1st, after forty-three
There was discussion today by the
American Bankers Association and
criticism by the comptroller of the
currency against certain New York
banks as a result of the adoption by
the association of resolutions con condemning
demning condemning dangerous attacks byunnam byunnam-td
td byunnam-td individials on the "strike" struc structure
ture structure of the nation.
A committee report to the bankers'
association condemned speculative
hoarding in agriculture or other in industries,
dustries, industries, recommended a national
budget and disapproved of nationali nationalization
zation nationalization of industry. The convention
adopted a resolution providing for an
investigation of the sale of question questionable
able questionable securities.
. U PLANTING MISSIONS
The planting of strong missions in
large cities in charge of capable men
was advocated in a committe report
to the convention of the Lutheran
It's a Safe Bet, However, that Some Some-how,
how, Some-how, Someway, the Old Empire
Will Muddle Thru
Clev eland Trust Company's Men
Fought Hard to Save Their
London, Oct. 22.- Great Britain is
reported faced with a political as well
as an industrial crisis as a result of
the miners strike. Premier Lloyd
George is consulting with the cabinet
in an: effort to find a basis for settle settlement.
IMMENSE AMOUNT OF
Cleveland, Oct. 22. Posses are
searching for the remaining bandfts
who held up and robbed the Cleveland
Trust Co., and escaped after a battle
with bank officials. One bandit was
rilled three others wounded were cap
tured. Four escaped. Four civilians
were wounded. Fifty thousand dollars
booty was recovered.
NOT A LARGE NUMBER
- (Associated Press)
f Earl, Ark., Ofet. 22. The Earl
Compress Co., Warehouse vand 5600
bales of cotton were destroyed by fire
starting simultaneously in several
parts of the building. The loss is
estimated at j$600,00Q,.
ORGANIZATION OF AN
Chicago, Oct. 22 Federal warrants
have ben issued for six policemen,
charged with complicity in the whisky
Our line of LADIES' COATS, the
newest models, are 25 cent cheaper
thari elsewhere. FISHEL'S. 22-8t
FOR WM. P. BRINE
Brussels, Oct. 22 The organiza organization
tion organization of an international court of jus justice
tice justice 'and thej subject "of., general dis disarmament
armament disarmament .were discussed today by
the council of the league of nations.
BUILDING TRUST NEEDS
Philadelphia, Oct. 22. A nation nationwide
wide nationwide search has been instituted for
Wm. P. Brine, a University of Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania freshman, charged with the
murder of Elmer C. Drewes, a Dart Dartmouth
mouth Dartmouth College student.
New York, Oct. 22 The legislative
committee investigating the alleged
building trust adjourned today until
Nov. 4th, to give counsel a chance to
study the evidence obtained in raids.
ON SALE AT FISHEL'S
Hose, 19c; Black Silk Thread, 5c;
Needles oc. pkg.; Tape, $4; Rit, 8c;
Buttons 4c and 8c; Snap Fasteners,
Sc;; Combs, 8c. Many other bar
gains-at FISHEL'S. i ;.u22-8t
. New York, Oct. 22. Florence Wei Wei-ler
ler Wei-ler was arrested today charged with
being implicated in the theft of plat platinum
inum platinum from the war department.
GRAND JURY PROBING
Chicago, Oct. 22. The grand jury
investigating baseball gambling has
begun an inquiry into baseball pools.
Eleven indictments against baseball
players and gamblers will beWoted
today, it was reported at the criminal
A NEW EXPERIENCE
IN MEXICAN ANNALS
' (Associated Press)
Mexico City, Oct. 22. A nation nationwide
wide nationwide strike is threatened as a result
of the controversy over the strike of
: C. Cecil Bryant :
Accounting and Auditing
: PHONE 332
per lb .........43c
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 25c
Navy Beans, per lb. . .2liC
Large Lima Beans per lb. 10c
Clean-Easy Soap 4 bars for 25c
Pint Jar Sugar Cane Syrup 25c
Whole Milk, Klim, lb .....95c
Whole Milk, 2 lbs. $1.90
Whole Milk, Klim, 5 lbs. $3.50
Sugar per pound '. .16c
Sweet Potatoes per peck, ,50c
Anthony, Oct. 21. Miss May Gro-
cott-.returned to her home in Jackson
ville Sunday accompanied by her
grandmother, Mrs. J. H. Talton.
Miss .Annie Lou Souter entertained
a. large crowd at ner nome last Fri
day night. All spent a pleasant eve
Mr, and Mrs. C. C. Gates and chil
dren and Mr. William Schroeder re
turned to their homes in Jacksonville
Sunday after a few weeks' visit in
Mr. Guy Turner and Mr. Stuart
Sime spent Friday of last week in
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bushong and
son, William returned to Anthony
Saturday from Indiana and Illinois.
Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Ba skin of Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon spent Saturday and Sunday as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Ai Mead
ows and Mrs. A. P. Baskin.
Miss Evie Mae Blalock of Coleman
is a visitor at the home of Mr.; and
Mrs. B. K. Padgett.
Mrs. C. H. Haymaker left Tuesday
for Winter Haven, where she will join
her husband. V
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Fielding, who
purchased the property of Mr. F. W.
Bishop have moved home.
A number of young people gave
Miss Maine L.ee Padgett a surprise
party Thursday night.
Mr. A. M. Bushong has sold his
home to Mr. E. M. Stanton of Ozona.
Mrs. R. L. Caruthers celebrated the
eleventh anniversary of her wedding,
also her birthday Wednesday, by an
elegant dinner. Those present were
Rev. N. B. Plummer and father, Mrs
H. E. Talton and son, Gene, Mrs. N.
B. Plummer, Mr. J. A. Talton, Mr.
and Mrs. W. ts. Tnom of Eustis and
Miss' Anna Lou Souter. For the aft
ernoon Misses Beatrice Mims, Mabel
Lamb, Margeurite Plummer, Willard
Bishop and Beulah Morrison were in
vited. Refreshments of ice cream and
cane were served, ine guests pro pronounced
nounced pronounced Mr. and Mrs. Caruthers
splendid host and hostess. Mrs. Car Caruthers
uthers Caruthers has spent a good many years
here and is very popular. We hope
she will live to celebrate many more
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Jones are spend
ing a few days with their son, Milton
Mr. William Fielding is attending
the University in Gainesville.
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
Am now in position to handle any
size contract. None too large or too
All work guaranteed. Estimates
given free. WM. A. TINSMAN,
tf Phone No. 526. Ocala, Fla.
Will you SEW? DARE you SEW?
If sew $3 will get you two of the best
SHEETS you ever r snoozed in, 10
vards 36-inch Bleached SHEETING
for $3 at FISHEL'S. 22-8t
Advertising builds business.
Elbert Gary Says Business Prospects
are Bright, Both in America
New York, Oct. 22 Elbert H. Gary,
head of the United States Steel Cor Corporation,
poration, Corporation, said in an address here to today
day today that business prospects are un unusually
usually unusually bright both in the United
States and abroad. He said that
prices have been outrageously high,
but that at present there was a ten tendency
dency tendency toward a lower and fairer rel relative
ative relative basis.
HUDSON GOT HIS
Gray, Ga., Oct. 22. Charles N.
Hudson, the driver of the automobile
which killed Miss Drucilla Devlin,
was found guilty of involuntary man manslaughter
slaughter manslaughter and given ft year at the
What have you to sell or trade t
FORGING FOOD III
Down McSweeny's Throat by Prison
Physicians in Order to Keep
Him from Dying
London, Oct, 22. McSweeny is de
lirious and the prison authorities con
tinue to administer liquid food.
Cork, Oct. 22. Two were killed and
five wounded in the ambush of mili military
tary military lorries by a hundred attackers.
PROMISE TO HELP THE POPE
Knights of Columbus Will Help Refill
His War-Depleted Purse
Rome, Oct. 22. As a result of the
war the Vatican is impoverished and
Pope Benedict has appealed to Spain,
Latin America and the United States.
The Knights of Columbus are report
ed to have promised a million dollars.
Advertise In the Star.
Have a c4ij load of North Carolina Apples for sale by the
bushel, peck or half-peck.
Bushel, $2.50 ; Peck, 75 Cents; Balf-peck, 40 Cents.
Nice for eating and good for cooking purposes.
Will be sold for three days at A. G. L. Team Track, Freight Depot.
- H. FMEIPL1N
C IIDITI II OF THE
KIIIG IS CRITICAL
Theory Advanced that Animal Which
Bit Him was Inoculated
Athens, Oct. 22 There was no im
provement of the king this morning
and his condition is regarded as critical.
Rome, Oct. 22. Physicians attend
ing King Alexander stated that the
monkey which bit the king was suf
fering from rabies. They advance the
theory that the beast was artificially
inoculated to assassinate the monarch.
COX, HARDING, COOLIDGE
Swinging Around the Ring in the Big
Danville, Va., Oct. 22. Coolige in
a speech here today said that Ameri
can institutions had been threatened
in the north and need help in the
south to combat the menace. He
urged his hearers to vote 'as Ameri
cans and not partisans.
COX IN NEW JERSEY
Enroute With Cox, Oct. 22. Gov.
Cox is campaigning through New Jer Jersey
sey Jersey today.
HARDING NEEDS REST
Marion, Oct. 22. Senator Harding
will rest for four days before taking a
swing through Ohio, closing the cam campaign.
paign. campaign. NAVY ENLISTMENTS
Any business that requires
delivery can use Dodge Broth Brothers
ers Brothers Business Car with profit,
because its operating-economy
have been universally established.
AUTO SALES CO.,
Ocala, Ha Phone 348
During the week ending Oct. 14th,
the navy enlisted 2300 men. Of this
number the state of Florida enlisted
only 27. Now we want more Florida
boys in the service. This Florida sand
feels fine in a person's shoes, but salt
water feels much better. Now boys,
the recruiting agents realize that they
can offer you a job that you cannt
equal in civil life and they are always
glad to tell you of the navy and what
Conner, Oct. 21. George Randall
spent the week end at home. He is
attending the Ocala high school.
H. G. Powell and B. O. Powell,
prominent business men of Tampa,
were recent visitors to the family of
their brother, E. O. Powell, manager
of the Lynne Turpentine Company.
The school at Grahamville is now
in charge of Miss Brooks of Madison.
Sunday was preaching day at the
Oklawaha Bridge Baptist church.
Rev. Gus Padgett was given an unani unanimous
mous unanimous call for the coming year and
his salary raised. Delegates to the
association were elected.
Mrs. J. N. Strange was a visitor to
Friends of Miss Alleyne Rogers,
but who for years lived here, will re
gret to learn that she is ill in a san sanitarium
itarium sanitarium in Tampa.
Hull Atwater went to Palatka Sat Saturday
urday Saturday to visit home folks.
Mr. Sam Wilson and his crew of
road workers have moved their camp
to Lynne and are progressing finely
with their work on the public high highway.
way. highway. Mr. O. H. Rogers and daughter,
Miss Jennie Rogers of Ocala, attend attended
ed attended church here Sunday and were
guests for the day of Mrs. Tom Ran Randall.
The pupils of the Key Pond school
will give a box social and Hallowe'en
party on the night of the 30th at the
school house. They take this method
of inviting their friends.
Messrs. Emmett and Sam Griggs
have gone to Oviedo, where they will
A party of young people spent Sat Saturday
urday Saturday evening very plefisantly at the
home of Mrs. E. O. Powell. After
several games of cards and progres-
tsive conversation, refreshments were
Mrs. N. A. Fort has returned from
a pleasant visit to her daughter at
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlotbing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
Ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Flower bulbs at the Ocala Seed
W. K.' Lane, L L Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose aad
Throat. OSce over 5 ami 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. tJ.
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
Am now in position to handle any
size contract. None too large or too
All work guaranteed. Estimates
given free. WM. A. TINSMAN,
tf Phone No. 526. Ocala, Fla.
Double recleaned seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf
OCALA EVENTNG STAB, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920
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'tihjihpr.ica nrner on xne iicKet. jucu
mem siuuy nie i-uuuwuiij uaiuca
every day between now and election,
and their eyes and memories will au automatically
tomatically automatically guide the pencil when
they mark their ballots:
. Martin Caraballo.
P. W. Corr. ..
Charles E. Jones.
W. V. Knott.
J. G, Sharon.
G. B. Wells.
All Hallowe'en falls this year on
Sunday, consequently the celebration
will be Saturday night, and we have
private information that it will be
some All Hallowe'en. ; ,:
Says the DeLand News : "Minnie E.
Neal, formerly of DeLand, but resid residing
ing residing .for the past several years" in
Jacksonville, is a candidate ior scnooi
superintendent of Duval county,; and
is making an active campaign for the
office. Miss Neal has for years been
president of the Florida W. C. T. U."
All the fuss about a man voting in
the primary and then changing in the
November election can be obviated by
forcing each and every one who votes
in a democratic primary to vote the
straight democratic ticket in the gen
eral election or else stop, him irom
voting in the democratic ; primary.--
TT X. A Itsi-rc.
unnr r-fj Amii mi nir if, i I nil mil. iiiaw
a man votes?-
. Them little democratic dollars keep
dropping in. Yesterday afternoon, we
found one from Charlie Fishel in our
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postofflce box, and turning around
came face to face with a veteran dem democrat
ocrat democrat of the Cash family, who handed
us another. A third came from Mr.
J. R. Preer, and this morning Mr. J.
B. Cappleman made us glad with a
fourth. Hand them over, friends;
the campaign is on the home stretch,
and now is the hour to drive.
The Star has been asked by a num number
ber number of citizens, why has the council
ordered .$5700 paid to Burford, Hall &
Smith on account of the expected tur
bine engine, when so little in return
is, in evidence. We find that a large
ouantitv of machinery has arrived
and is stored in Collier Bros', ware-
Vimico until Vo ntVipr nnrta nf the en
gine reach Ocala. Collier Bros, have
the contract to deliver the machinery
&t the plant.
Herbert Hoover is .out making
speeches against, the League of Na Nations
tions Nations since he has been promised a
place in the republican cabinet in the
event of Harding's election. Palatka
What proof have you that he has
been offered- a cabinet position, and
what special inducement would it be
to him if he was? Hoover can obtain
iruch better positions than that of a
cabinet officer. Only a few weeks ago,
Governor Cox said that if he was
elected he would be glad to have a
man like Hoover in his cabinet.
American marines are said to have
killed some 2500 Haitian bandits since
American occupation of the island,
and in the same time thirteen marines
were-killed by bandits and a hundred
or so wounded. Congress is going to
investigate. Each member of the in investigating
vestigating investigating committee ought to be re-
: i uu tk.
uuiicu w ecxvc urns vccti witii itic
marines who are trying to end ban banditry,
ditry, banditry, before making report. DeLand
Correct you are, friend News. There
is a bunch of Americans who think
that one of our boys in a barbarous
country has no right to defend him himself
self himself against a savage. They would
think differently if it was one of their
sons. Thousands of travelers, most of
them people of European countries,
have thru scores of years declared
Haiti a moral pest, and everybody
thought the Americans had benefited
the world by putting it straight, until
the G. O. P., which conquered! the
Philippines and held them. killing
thousands of Filipinos in the process,
suddenly finds that American marines
in Haiti under a democratic adminis
tration are a bunch of cutthroats.
There was a large assemblage of
friends and relatives present at Grace
Episcopal church last night at eight
o'clock to witness the marriage cere ceremony
mony ceremony of Mr. Edmund Howard Martin
and Miss Caroline Waldo Harriss,
which was performed by Rev. J. J I
Neighbour, the rector.
The church was exquisitely and
tastefully decorated with quantities of
ferns, palms and other greenery, pink
love vine predominating, 'the, 5 color
motif of pink and green' being carried
cut distinctively. -The lighted tapers
on the altar with' the green vines
garnishing the wood work ; inter
mingled with the pink love vine, to together
gether together with the improvised arch
standing at the entrance to the chan
cel, entirely covered with love vine
and centered with a huge wedding
bell of white chrysanthmums made
an enchanting background for the
bridal party as it formed attractive
tableaux both at the entrance of the
chancel and in front of the altar,
where the attendants accompanied the
bride and groom for the blessing
which made them husband and wife.
preceding the ceremony the follow following
ing following musical program was much en
joyed, rendered by two of Ocala's
talented and most popular musicians,
Miss Byrd Wartmann and Mrs. H. M.
Hampton. Miss Wartmann in her usu usual
al usual expressive style interpreted the
four following, noted selections:
Bridal Song from the Wedding
Symphony, by Goldmark; Orange
Blossoms, MacMaster; Gavote, ancient
style, Neusted; Nuptiale Benediction,
Mrs. Hampton then delightfully
sang in her true and sympathetic
manner, O Perfect Love, and My
Heart at Thy Sweet Voice, by Saint Saint-Saens.
Promptly at the, appointed hour,
eight o'clock, Miss Wartmann played
Lohengrin's Wedding March, to which
the wedding party entered from the
front of the church in! the following
order: Mr. A. O Harriss; brother of
the bride and Mr. W. M. Palmer,
marching down the aisle, 'crossing at
the foot of the chancel and taking
positions at each side of the impro improvised
vised improvised arch. In liks manner followed
Mr. Robert MacKay and Mr. R. S.
Hall. Then came the bridesmaids,
maid and matron of honor and flower
girl, all dressed, with the exception
of the matron of honor, who was in
white; in pink and wearing becoming
pink veils which hung to the waist
line. ... ... ...., .....
. The bridesmaids entered .1 together,
M iss Nettie Camp going down the
center aisle, preceded by Miss Claire
Stringfellow and Miss Elizabeth Da
vis, who joined her from the two side
aisles and they marched together tak
ing position by the groomsmen.
Mrs. JR. S. Hall followed down the
center aisle. Then came the lovely
maid of honor. Miss Mary Martin of
Charleston; a sister of the groom.
Trippin galong like a little fairy, she
was followed by the little flower girl,
Nancy ; Camp, dressed in pink silk
georgette with a pink flowing veil,
scattering flower petals in the path
way: of the bride from an artistic
pink basket. The bride entered with
her father, Mr. W. W. Harriss, and
was met at the chancel by the groom
and hie best man. his brother, Mr.
William Martin of Charleston, S. C.
She was never more stately and love lovely
ly lovely than she was on her wedding night.
Her costume was an exquisite crea
tion. The entire gown of silver lace
was hand embroidered in pearls and
the broadcloth satin which was effec effectively
tively effectively draped over it also formed the
long: and gracefully falling court
train. The veil that fell in folds to
the bottom of the train was held in
place by a coronet of pearls adorned
with a piece of lace from the wedding
veil s of her maternal great great
grandmother, worn in the year 1825.
The only ornament worn was a hand handsome
some handsome cameo pin, the gift of the groom,
which is surrounded with much senti sentiment
ment sentiment as it has been in. Mr. Martin's
family over four generations. Com Completing
pleting Completing t Miss Harriss' costume was a
beautiful shower bouquet of bride
roses and lilies of the valley;
The three bridesmaids, Misses Net Nettie
tie Nettie Camp, Claire Stringf ellow and
Elizabeth Davis were gowned in pink
satin and their slippers were of silver.
Miss Camp's gown was draped with
all-over lace, the' style of which was
very becoming to her.
Miss Stringfellow was most be be-wftching
wftching be-wftching in her handsome moon glow
satin gown draped over real rose point
la ce, ; with pearl ornaments at the
Miss ; Davis was stunning in a pink
duchess satin made, Grecian effect.
Miss Martin .the maid of honor, was
exceedingly pretty and winsome in
her pink satin gown, trimmed at the
waist with French flowers and pink
tulle.,, :, v...- ::
' Mrs. Hall in a white lace dress
with trimmings of pink and blue rib ribbon,
bon, ribbon, giving a long waist line effect,
was greatly admired.
The bridesmaids, maid and matron
of honor carried huge -bouquets of
rose pink carnations.
To the strains of Mendelssohn's
wedding march the bridal party left
the church and went to the home of
the bride's parents, where a gorgeous
reception was held and many friends
called to extend their best wishes and
congratulations to the bride and
The Harris home was beautifully
decorated. The spacious veranda was
a perfect garden spot with many
banging baskets full of different col colored
ored colored flowers and ferns, and huge vases
of dahlias placed on tabourets and
tables. The table in one corner from
w hich punch was served by Mrs.
Hampton and Mrs. Holder was artis artistically
tically artistically ornamented with vases of love lovely
ly lovely flowers. -:.
The entire lower floor of the home
was opened en suite and profusely
decorated, the color scheme of pink
and green being carried out. The din dining
ing dining room was brilliantly ornamented.
The Uarge chandelier suspended over
the dining table was covered with
pink chrysanthemums, and four
streamers of tulle gracefully fell to
the four corners of the table, which
was covered with an immense and
cleverly, decorated bride's cake, and
protruding from same were pink rib
bons for each attendant to pull, and
in doing so the following were the
fortune ones: Little Robert Camp, the
only one allowed in this contest out
side the attendants, received the ring,
Miss Nettie Camp pulled the button,
Miss Claire Stringfellow the dime and
Miss Mary Martin the thimble.
The guests were served a two-
course menu consisting of chicken
salad, crackers and olives and the ice
course with the individual cakes and
candies; further carried out the pink
color motif, the cakes being ornament ornamented
ed ornamented with pink carnations while the
candy was moulded in the fashion of
carnations. The ice cream was also
The following eight pretty girls in
pink evening attire served the re
freshments to the guests in the rining
room: Misses Elizabeth and Ethel
Borne, Frances Lummus, Irene Tomp Tompkins,
kins, Tompkins, Meme Davis, Callie Gissendaner,
Lois Livingston and Miss Been of
When the guests were served each
one cut a slice from the magnificent
Further assisting Mr. and Mrs.
Harriss at this lovely affair were Dr.
and Mrs. Walter Hood, Mrs. J. E.
Chace, Mrs. Charles Lloyd. Mrs. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence ; Camp, Mrs. Annie W Van De De-man,
man, De-man, Mrs. D. H. Irvine, Mrs. S. M.
Lummus, Mrs. R.-G. Blake and Miss
The receiving line, comprising the
bridal party and Mr. and Mrs. Har Harriss
riss Harriss and Mrs. John Ravenel, greeted
the guests in the large music room.
1 Mrs. Alison -Wartman and Mrs. J.
K. Dickson were in charge of the
guest book, where everybody unhesi unhesitatingly
tatingly unhesitatingly visited.
There were many gorgeous gowns
worn at this wedding, but time and
space can only be given to those of
the wedding party. Mrs. W. W. Har Harriss,
riss, Harriss, mother of. the bride, was ele elegantly
gantly elegantly gowned .in aN rich black moon
glow satin' crepe with a r drapery of
margot lacei and with ; this she wore
a black net and jet hat and carried
an arm bouquet 'of Russell roses.
Mrs. Ravenel of Charleston, the
groom's mother, wore, a beautiful
gewn of black brocaded satin en train,
the waist of which was made of black
sequins with shoulder straps of tulle.
Her hat was a black velvet crown,
transparent brim, trimmed in ostrich.
She also carried pink roses.
Mrs. Annie W. Van Deman, aunt of
Miss Harriss, was most strikingly ad admired
mired admired in an elegant orchid satin gown
draped with orchid georgette,- hand hand-embroidered
embroidered hand-embroidered in beads. She wore an
orchid hat of plumes and georgette
and with this handsome costume Mrs. J
an Deman carried an orchid feather
Mrs. H. M. Hampton was gowned in
a silk net elaborately embroidered in
heavy jet trimmings and a large
black and r jet trimmed hat finished
this becoming costume and she car carried
ried carried a bouquet of pink roses.
(Concluded on Third Page)
A. woman's fondest hope is to stay
young. She of ten resorts to paints,
powders and cosmetics to hide her
years. Some "women pay large sums to
so-called Beauty Doctors" an the be belief
lief belief that money will buy youth. Others
wear girlish dresses, thinking they caa
fool the world about their age. But
no one is deceived. The more you try
tp hide your age, the more it showB.
There is but one thing that holds old
age back, and that is health. Sickness
and weakness bring old age early in
life. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip Prescription
tion Prescription is a building-up medicine for
women. It makes them healthy and
strong when they suffer from women's
troubles. It keeps them looking young
by keeping them well. It is a woman's
tonic for the frail, the delicate and
those who are nervous,, dizzy and who
have backache and dragging pains.
"Favorite Prescription is altogether
vegetable and without a particle of
tlcohoh It is safe to take. Try it
norjo. In tablet or liquid form at all
druggists, or send 10c for trial package
of the tablets to D. Pierce's Invalids'
2tsl ja Buff aio, N, Y.
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The price of Chandler Automobiles has been reduced
' ; ;$200oe all Moiels,
effectiveimmediately, making it the lowest priced car
on the market, in its class.
Ocala Aefo aed Garage Coimpaey
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P. O. Box 598
PYLES & PERKINS
Funeral Directors & Embaimers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night
Double recleanea seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf
First: It is sold at a moder moderate
ate moderate price. You save i when: you
Second: It has more than
the ordinary leavening strength;
therefore, you use less.
Third: Thereareno failures
no spoiled bakings. Nothing is
thrown away because it always
makes the sweetest most palat palatable
able palatable of foods.
Fourth: It is used by mil millions
lions millions of housewives leading (do (domestic
mestic (domestic science teachers and cook cooking
ing cooking experts.
Fifth. It's. the best Baking
Powder that can be produced
Was given highest awards at World's
Pure Food Exposition, Chicago, Paris
Exposition, Paris, France.
Sixth: It contains only such
ingredients as have been officially
approved by the United States Food
The finest quality Baking
Powder at the most economical
cost Strictly pure -Habsolutely de dependable.
pendable. dependable. "The Biggest Bargain That
Goes. Into the Kitchen Today."
Mix plain flour with pure baking pow powder
der powder instead of usinguncertain mixtures.
Then you will know your bakings are
pure and wholesome. Plain flour
cannot be adulterated.
ESSEX STUPEEAMEM I
J See Me, :
I For all Classes of I
I Stone, Brick, Wood :
J and Concrete I
; Bnilding Z
j J. D. McCasMll I
I Phone 446. 723 Wenoaa St. I
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careiul estimates made on all co
tract sork. Gives more and better
work fT the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Gerig's Drug Store has instituted
"individual service" at its soda foun fountain.
tain. fountain. 29-tf
B)j E. 1
Cup sugar, 2 Eggs,
Vz Cup flour, 1 Level
Baking -Powder, j
Cup" chopped nuts,
1 Teaspoon lemon
juice. Then mix in,
the regular way. y
Arrival and departure of passenger
trafns 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
2:20 am Jacks onviHe-NTTork 2:10aa
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:C5pm Jacksonville 4:35 pm
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pa
2:15 am Tampa 2:15&m
1:50 pm Tarn pa-Manatee 1 :S5 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-SL Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm 'Jksonville-Gainsvilla 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jk son vill e-G ne sville 10:13 pm
2:42 am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
j3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
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.
OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920
Save a part of Every Dollar by Trading
Cash and Carry
OUR EVERY DAY PRICES:
Arbuckles Coffee, per pound ....-..;..
White House Coffee, per pound
Green Coffee, per poundi
. Pure Lard, per pound -...
Hudnut's Meal and Grits, per pound .....J
Best Rice, per pound...-..'..-
Armour's and Kingan's Hams', per pound
Seed ed Raisins, per package
Purity Table Salt, per package.
Egg Noodles, per packaged.---..-.......
Skinner's Spaghetti, 3 packages ........
Pillsbury's Pancake Flour, per package...
Libby's Mayonnaise Salad Dressing, bottle
Rex Tomato Catsup, 9 ounce bottle
Alaska Red Salmon, tall one-pound cans..
SUGAR, per poud .... .... 1
You will find our prices satisfactory
at all times, and our groceries are all
Fresh nock. Each article is marked
in plain figures, and we don't object
to you waiting on yourself if you like.
DON'T OVERLOOK OUR BARGAIN COUNTER
Something Different Each Day
" : ABBOTT & LUFFMAN
Phone 562 7 N. Magnolia St.
(Continued from Second Page)
IT LIQUID I
j EATEX 9UI
EgJ DEPENDABLE ABJOLUTEL
hvczjm riiK nr ai mi n r
Mrs. Martin is practically an Ocala
girl, having resided here since quite
a child. She is the second child and
only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Harriss. She comes from one of the
best and oldest families in the south.
She attended the Ocala high school
and also Shorter College and since her
entrance into society has been one of
the most popular young ladies ever in
Ocala. By her affable and courteous
personality, which is most attractive,
she has made friends by the score.
She is of a classic type of beauty and
in -her going away coat suit of a
handsome embroidered tricetine de design
sign design with duvetyn hat and other ac accessories
cessories accessories to match made a very stun stunning
ning stunning and stately appearance.
Mr. Martin, originally a Charleston Charleston-ian,
ian, Charleston-ian, has made Ocala his home for the
past ten months, and since this short
time has made many good friends. He
is connected with the Mutual life
Insurance Company of New York, and
cot only popular with a wide circle of
friends socially but is highly esteemed
commercially. He is the eldest child
cf Mrs. John Ravenel, who with her
son and daughter came to witness his
marriage. Mr. Martin received his
education at the University of the
South and Charleston Military Insti Institute
tute Institute and belonged to the Alpha Tau
Umega fraternity. Dunne the v war
he was in the ambulance service of the
The gifts from the groom to his at
tendants were silver pencils and the
bride presented her maids with lovely
cut glass violet baskets.
The various and many useful and
handsome gifts to Mr. and Mrs. Mar Martin
tin Martin were on display. There has never
been in this city any bride who receiv received
ed received the presents that were given Mrs.
Martin. The bride's parents gave them
cne of the most desirable lots for the
location of a home that can" be found
in Ocala or surroundings. This lot ad adjoins
joins adjoins the Harriss home on" the east
and is surrounded by the Ocala Coun Country
try Country Club property and with the large
large trees upon it is certainly a most
ideal building site. Some of the other
hr.ndsome presents given by relatives
of both the bride and groom, were a
mahogany dining room set comprising
a large round dining table, set of
chairs, serving table, buffet and cab cabinet
inet cabinet which was a gift from the bride's
mother and brother, Mrs. Harriss and
Mr. Albert Harriss. The groom's
J mother, brother and sister, Mrs. John
Kavenel, Mr. William Martm and Miss
Mary Martin of Charleston, presented
them with a silver tea service which
is most elegant in its simplicity.
There were tmite a few other sterling
silver gifts. The silver meat dish
from Mrs. Annie W. Van Deman, the
aunt of the bride, was as handsome as
any of the presents received. Mrs.
William Cozart of Augusta, Ga.t an
aunt of the groom, sent a silver salad
bowl, and another aunt of the groom,
Mrs. E. R. Evans of Fredericksburg,
Va., sent a silver berry bowl. Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Waldo of Atlanta, aunt
and uncle of the bride, presented them
wit ha bowl. Three rooms were filled
with gifts, signifying the popularity
of this couple and it was like walking
into a gift shop for the guests who
thoroughly tenjoyed admiring the won
derful display of silver, cut glass,
china, linen, etc.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin's leave taking
was very cunningly executed. Altho'
the house was thronged with guests,
about 10:30 o'clock they, slipped to
the back of the Harriss grounds,
where an automobile awaited, and
drove away into the night with the
lights off, without anyone suspecting
them. They are somewhere in the
state on an automobile trip.
LOWERING THE SERVICE FLAG
AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH
At a special service, next Sunday
night at 7:30, the service flag of the
First Baptist church will be lowered
with appropriate ceremonies. The
local post of the American Legion has
been invited to attend in a l?ody. One
of the boys, Wiley Burford, fell while
in service and the flag will be pre presented
sented presented his mother, Mrs. R. A. Bur-
As nearly as can now be ascertain
ed, the list given below is a complete
roster of the men who went into the
service from this congregation. If
any errors are noticed, it will be .ap .appreciated
preciated .appreciated if such errors are reported
!to Miss Nellie Stevens. The list is
I William Altman, Harper Akins,
Georere Batts, Albert Berry,- fc.lhs
Brigance, Julian Bullock, William
Pullock Jr., R. A. Burford Jr., Wiley
Burford, Randolph Chalker, Frank
Carlisle, Charles Garcia, R. S. Hall
Jr., William T. Hood, Dr. F. E. Mc-
iClarie. Lester Marsh, E. A. Mobley,
(Crawford Mills, Needham Purvis, Jno.
F. Robbinson, Ed R. Rahmes, John
Tarver, L .L. Taylor, James White White-sides,
sides, White-sides, George Williams, Alex Woods,
Charles Woods, George Woods, George
Wenzel, Laurie Izlar, Perry Anthony,
Frank Churchill, Lewis Smith, Sam
Smith, Dr. Bunyan Stephens, W. T.
Gary, Charles E. Standley, Ploudy
Barrineau, T. D. Lancaster, Marion
C. Standley, S. C. Standley, Sam Bur
ford, Paul Brinson, John Batts.
The public is cordially invited to
the service next Sunday night.
MARKET and .GROCERY
The Store of Quality
. j Cj :
The National soda
cracker wheat in
most nourishing form
under ideal conditions
always crisp, fresh,
ready for any food
' r-r-rn .11 in mi nnmii inr- -nl Trrr t irrw
ENGLANDER. Sold evcrviicro by iuminira (Joalsrs
end deparfment stores
ENCLANDER STOING BED ca
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11 (ii) iiii
I will sell at Auction on above date the following stock:
20 head of young Horses and Mules, running in age from 4 to
8 years, all broke to harness.
10 head of Miiles right out of work, acclimated and sound.
5 head of Jersey Cows that will be fresh in 20 to 30 days.
1 fine Spanish Jack, 6 years old, as fine an animal as ever
came from Kentucky ; in fact, he is in a class by himself.
1 Large Jenet, one of biggest that was ever shipped South, age
about 8 years.
These Animals will posifvely be sold next
Monday to the high man regardless ot price
: "if -
This stock is now in the stables in Ocala for inspection. Anyone wanting to buy at private sale or exchange can do so any time
before the auction sale starts next Monday, when every remaining horse and mule will positively be sold regardless of what they
bring. Be sure and don't miss this sale, as another one like it won't be pulled off any time soon. This sale will start at
10 O'clock -a;-;m.-Monday,, ctofoer 25
Rain or shine, and continue until the last one is sold.
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920
If yoxi have any society items,
phone to five-one.
Temperature this morning, C4; this
Only one drink served in each cup
at Gerig's -Drug Store. 29-tf
Mrs. T.' E. Bridges returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a pleasant summer spent
at Ilendersonville, N. C.
For HALLOWE'EN plenty white
cloth cheap. FISIIEL'S.' 22-8t'
. Miss Shellie Souter is now making
her home with her aunt. Miss Fannie
Clark on Fort Kinsr avenue.
Use "Goodnight" and then go to
Bleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.
1. u- .i .i.i -i
. Mr. and Mrs. Leverett Fufcch and
Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Shephard are late
purchasers of Ford sedans.
UNDERWEAR MUSLIN for fine
serviceable wear, reduced to 35 cents
at FISIIEL'S. 22-8t
Mrs. Charles Lloyd of Jacksonville
arrived in the city yesterday for a
ew days' visit at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Harris.
Apalachicola oysters fresh today.
'hone your orders. Cook's Market
and Grocery. Phone 243. tf
The dances given by Mrs. Barnes
in her class room ovr the Commer
cial Bank will hereafter be on Wed
nesday instead of Tuesday evenings.
Listen ladies, pure thread silk
Everwear HOSIERY, the most adver advertised
tised advertised hosiery sold in Ocala, only $1.75
at FISIIEL'S. 2-8t
aThe Woodmen are going to have a
mighty fine time at their meeting to
night, and all members should be
The council didn't pass the ordi
nance, but we put in the individual
service. Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Orange packers wanted by Ocala
Citrus Association. Apply at Ocala
- Burglars are becoming too preva prevalent
lent prevalent in thi s town for comfort. Mr,
isayara s store m XNjortn ucaia was
robbed night before last, and the
robbers left no clue.
v A Modern Seven-Room Resi Residence,
dence, Residence, nicely located and
close in. A bargain for quick
vtt&ii tmifs ur icrms can ue ar-
ranged. Apply to S. S. Sav-'
- age Jr., Ocala, Fla. 15-30t
at f- f --
live nvvaj niciu squiut-
ng, drawn, unnatural
tfp.sce expression seen m aeiec-
$ t.WPx ve eyes.
... DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
W. A. TINSMAN
( Anything in Brick, Stone, Concrete,
Tile and Plastering
Mrs. A. O. Bennett arrived in the
city this afternoon from her home in
Georgia to spend several weeks at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed, we're
ighting for QUALITY not prices, tl
Mrs. D. H. Irving of Orange Lake,
were among some of the out of town
guests in the city yesterday to wit witness
ness witness the Martin-Harriss wedding last
No fear of germs when you drink
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
The children who are members of
the" primary department of the Ocala
Baptist Sunday school are invited to
a lawn party at the church on next
Saturday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
ighting for QUALITY-s-not prices, tf
Members of the Fort McCoy lodge
K. of P. are coming over in force
Monday night, and the Ocala lodge
will help them confer the third rank
in amplified form on two new mem members.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line, maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c.? six times
75c; one month, $3. Payable in ad advance.
FOR SALE Fifty acre farm two
miles from Ocala. Apply to owners,
Collier Brothers. 30-tf
FOR SALE County maps. Call or
write J. R. Moorhead. 5-tf
FOR RENT Dwelling on Anthony
road, 200 feet of Oklawaha avenue;
seven rooms, bath, hot and cold
water, gas, electric lights. L. N.
Green. : v 8-tf
WANTED A carpenter at once,
w Phone 256. ; 5-tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE A five-passenger
touring car in good condi condition.
tion. condition. I will trade for small farm or
acreage. E. A. Revels, photograph photographer,
er, photographer, over FishePs. 16-tf
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 aG
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. V 17-tf
FOR RENT Seven room furnished
house. Apply to T. C. Carter at
Carter's Bakery. 22-3t
WANTED Second hand typewriter:
TT 1 1 y-1 r t m
unaerwooaorij. Ki. mnn preierea.
Must be in- good condition and
CHEAP for cash. Address Box
417, Ocala, Fla. 22-6t
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Morgan and two
children are" now making their home
in the lower apartment of Mrs. Kate
Brinkley's fiat on Fort King avenue."
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ahearn occupy the
Nice, line Blue' Serve TROUSERS,
also Brown, Blue and Green Flannels
at FISIIEL'S. 22-8t
Mrs. Joe Lancaster will entertain
at an informal tea tomorrow afternoon
at her home on Fort King avenue,
complimenting her daughter and
daughter-in-law, Mrs. A. O. Bennett
of Georgia and Mrs. Forney Lancas Lancaster
ter Lancaster of Pennsylvania, who are her
guests for some time. V
He Accents Mild
We Modestly Proclaim
that we are Vulcanizing
Headquarters" for this
community and we want
to Whisper Softly in your
ear that we Guarantee
Oils, Gas and Accessories to.
OCALA HOUSE BLOCK
FIRST AID TO
Men's Everwear Sox $3 box for
lisles; pure thread silk $1 the pair.
Dr. Edison's Cushion Sole shoes for
tender feet and "Eazall" arch pro protecting
tecting protecting shoes, can be had only at Lit Little's
tle's Little's Shoe Parlor. 11-tf
The Ching-a-Ling Club, which com
prises the younger, dancing society
set of the city, will give its first
dance this evening at the Woman's
Club house. Quite a number of guests
have been invited and a lively time is
being anticipated. The young ladies
will have charge of the refreshments
and the young men will look after the
music, which will be furnished by the
Your feet are your best friends. If
they give you trouble, why not have
a free examination by M. M. Little,
graduate practipedist. 11-tf
Mrs. John Ravenel, daughter and
son, Miss Mary Martin and Mr. Albert
Martin of Charleston, and Miss Claire
Stringfellow of Jacksonville, returned
today to their respective homes after
a week's visit in the city, guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Har-
riss. They came especially to attend
the marriage of Mrs. Ravenel's son,
Mr. Edmund Martin to Miss Caroline
Harriss, a brilliant event of last eve
ring at which Mr. Martin, Miss Mar
tin and Miss Stringfellow. were at
; WEARE NEVER TOO BUSY
To give yourShoe 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.
' Every Day Including Sunday
114' S. Magnolia St.
, Phone 143, OCALA, FLA.
Notice is herebv civen that thp 5tv
of Ocala has purchased the house and
lot located on May street at the foot
cf Main street and proposes to open
Main street thru said property. This
will require the removal of the dwell dwelling
ing dwelling house thereon and will leave two
strips of land on either side of said
Main street as opened, which strips
will be of approximately the follow following
ing following dimensions: That on the west
side 15 feet e and w by 105 feet n
and s. That on the east side 22
feet e and w by 105 feet n and s. The
city council will at its next regular
meeting to be held -on November 2nd,
1920, consider bids for said dwelling
and said strips of land, the dwelling
to be removed within sixty days from
acceptance of bid therefor. The bids
wt.fr. kA f .1 cm
may ue.iur any une ox saia onenngs
or any combination thereof and shall
le accompanied by a certified check
for ten per cent thereof as evidence
ct good faith. The council reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
II. C. Sistrunk,
10-22-9t City Clerk.
FOR SALE Two story frame build build-ing
ing build-ing ODDosite old A. C. L. Rv denot.
Submit offer in writing to H. W.
Henry, chairman of committee. 20-tf
FOR SALE Big six Buick, first-
class condition, four new Miller cord
tires and a good extra; looks good;
$775. Will trade for smaller car.
See or write W. L. Jennings, Fair Fairfield,
field, Fairfield, Fla. 20-6t
We guarantee to save you money
on your Hats, ladies; ask your neigh
bor. FISHEL'S. 22-8t
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
Am now in position to handle any
size contract. None too large or too
All work guaranteed. Estimates
given free. WM. A. TINSMAN,
tf Phone No. 526. Ocala. Fla.'
"Peggy Stewart" Middy Blouses,
formerly $3 reduced "Jko $2.48 at
YOU CANT BEAT THEM.
THERE IS NO USE TRY TRY-ING.
ING. TRY-ING. WE HAVE NO
CLERKS. YOU WAIT ON
YOURSELF AND SAVE
COME, JOIN THE BUNCH
Cloverbloom Butter, (17
v per pound .... O C
Wilson's Nut Oleo, oj"
per pound OuC
Tall Chum Salmon, f T
per tin 1 I C
Tall Pink Salmon, on
4 per tin ; C
Campbell's Soups OP
(Excepting Tomato) ;
Tomatoes, No. 2 l O
. tins, per tin .... C
Schumacher's XXX Graham
flour 5-pound bags
Roxane Whole Wheat Flour
per y 07,
package x Ol C
Roxane Self-Rising Pancake
or Buckwheat Flour, at
Roxane Perfected Cake
Flour (non-self- AOn
: rismg) ..... w
Shinola Shoe Polish White,
Tan and Black, per
Tall tins" Snidei 's Pork and
. Beans, per, IP IP-tin.............
tin............. IP-tin............. IOC
20c. value Kingan's Pork
and Beans, per Q
tin. ............ IOC
U-Serve Stores 1
Cash and Carry p
S ONE EAST ONE WtEST--?y?
g CITY SQUARE
mim SALE 2
Inaugorafei for the -purpose ; of
Meeflng Die CoEdifioas o! Today
the demand of the ,buying public for lower
the advantage to consumers of reducing
the high cost of living.
the opportunity of obtaining new, clean
and dependable Dry Goods and kindred linen
at a reasonable price, right in the heart of the
the management of this business, under understanding
standing understanding the. attitude of the buying public
and the conditions in general, are making
great efforts to create, through the medium
of this sale, the answer to the problem,
" meeting conditions of today.'1
a complete Fall and Winter stock, consist consisting
ing consisting of many thousands .of dollars of new,
clean,, seasonable and dependable Dry Goods,
including Woolens and Silks, is offered in
this sale. 1
the prices at whiph this stock is; offered
take into account not only the revisions that
have been made to date, but also big reduc reductions
tions reductions made to move the goods.
all these facts, together with plans for the
greatest merchandising move in the history
of this store, warrant the attendance of the
thrifty-buying public from all sections of this
county to attend this great
of every piece of goods in the house, consist consisting
ing consisting of Fancy and Staple Cotton Goods, Silks
Our lines of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear cannot be
excelled, and the Quality Doubt is never
coupled with our garments, the prices lower
than they have been in several years. Pay
us a visit and see for yourself.
THE FASHION CENTER
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