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OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1920
VOL 26, NO. 263
.: III AMERICA
Between Twenty and Thirty Million
-Voters Today are Expected to
Cast their Ballots
New York, Nov. 2. Before the
dawn of another day the country in
all likelihood will know whether Sen Senator
ator Senator Warren G. Harding or-. Governor
James M. Cox will be their next pres president,
ident, president, as it is generally agreed that
none of the other five, candidates has
a chance. It is estimated thit between
twenty and thirty million yotes will
be cast, many women throughout the
country voting for the first time.
, There is intense interest in the fight
.for the Senate and House. Thirty-four-senators
ace to be elected, 32 to
fill seats now occupied by 17 demo democrats
crats democrats and 15 republicans and two to
fill the unexpired terms of the late
Senators Bankhead' and Martin. An
entire new House, consisting of 435
members, is being chosen. C
' Chairman Hays of the : republican
committee and Chairman White of
the democratic Committee continue
confident oi victory;
COX AND MRS. COX VOTED AT
THE CROSSROADS V
Dayton,- Nov.. 2. Gov. Cox return returned
ed returned from Toledo this morning and cast
his ballot with Mrs. Cox at a cross crossroads
roads crossroads store', going thence to his home,
where he will remain until tonight,
when he will receive the election, re returns
turns returns at his newspaper office.
BONFIRE MAY NOT BURN
Marion, Nov." 2. Senator Harding
motored to Columbus, where he play played
ed played golf. Returning he cast hisjballot
with Mrs. Harding. Senator Harding
will receive the returns at his home,
surrounded xby his friends. A bonfire
celebration has been planned for to tonight.
' THE FIRST RETURNS
Boston, Nov. 2. The first returns
of the general election from the town
of New Ashford," gave, the republicans
20 and the democrats .6. Four -years
ago Hughes received 16 votes and
'Wilson 7. '.',
HOOVER IS THE MOST RELIABLE
San "Francisco, Nov. .2. Zest was
added to the election today by the
publication f statements by Senator
Hiram Johnson, an opponent of the
League of Nations, and Herbert
Hoover, an advocate of the league;
Johnson claims, Harding is against
the league and Hoover says .Harding
is going intG the league.
f GEORGIA LAW SAYS NO
Savannah, Nov, 2. A negro wom woman
an woman appeared at the polls this morning
but was denied the privilege of voting
because of the Georgia law. No white
women have appeared at the ; polls
here. ;r.;: v "'
SURE TO KEEP THE SOUTH1 SOLID
Atlanta, &0V. 2. Heavy voting in
the South with thousands of women
participating for the first time is pre predicted
dicted predicted by election officials, ; claiming
the woman vote will help the demo democratic
cratic democratic cause. Fair weather prevailed
' in most localities. The democrats are
confident they will make & clean sweep
In all southern states. 'Many Georgia
women are expected to demand, the
vote despite the state law requiring
registration six months before an
MR. AND MRS. COOLIDGE YOTE
5 Northampton, Mass.; Nov. 2.Go v.
Cool idge and wife, voted here today;
After an informal reception the gov governor
ernor governor and Mrs. Coolidge returned to
Boston, where they will receive the
election returns tonight.
CLOSE IN KANSAS
' Topeka, Kan., Nov. 2. Incomplete
returns from four precincts out of 36
in Topeka gave Harding 109 and Cox
COX IS CONFIDENT
- Dayton, Nov. 2. Gov. Cox issued
an election day statement as follows:
"I am confident that the cause for
which I have stood during the entire
campaign will be victorious today.
The campaign has been entirely nipon
' a great moral issue and m all the his
tory of the world whenever a great
moral issue has been presented to the
people it has not failed. It will not
fail today." t
DEBS WONT BE DISAPPOINTED
. Atlanta, Nov. 2. Eugene Debs, the
socialist candidate for president, is issued
sued issued a statement from the federal
prison here today: "I shall not be dis disappointed
appointed disappointed as the people will get what
.they tlfink they want, insofar as they
think at all." ;
A GRATIFYING DECREASE
1 (Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 2. -Fewer per persons
sons persons were killed on the railroads last
year than since 1898;' the Interstate
Commerce Commission announced to today.
day. today. '-- ;
pass the ordi-
in the individual
Geris'3 Drug Store- 3-tf
From the Associated Pres3, the State
Press and the Western
A number of .cur citizens have, made
up as fund to take the Western Union
report of the election, which will be
delivered from the handstand.
The Star expects a dispatch, sum
ming up the situation, about midnight,
or sooner, if the result is known. Un
less there is a landslide, the result
will hardly' be known tonight. The
polls in the states west of us close
one, two and three hours later than
ours, wmcn will probably make dispatches-very'
late coming in. We
have arranged .with another of the
state's big dailies' to ; exchan ge dis
patches regarding the ; amendment,
which we hope will be in by midnight.
Kfhe Star office will remain onen untij
l a. m. tomorrow morningand ais ais-patches
patches ais-patches wilV be bulletined on one of
its northern windows, under a -big
electric light. Some of them "are al
The Star can't be very definite
about its dispatches when they will
come, if at all. It jhas found by. past
experience that wh'en 'the Western
Union is delivering dispatches of any
event, it throws the Associated Press
down, delivering its dispatches only
after the Western Unions are out of
the way. During the World's Series,
the Sar's dispatches came Art from
forty minutes to an hour and. five
minutes after the Western Union &.
This is not the faull! of the local
office, but, we believe, of Jacksonville.
However, We'll do the best' we can.
EAST HALL BURNED
Tallahassee,-Oct.- SI. East Hall,
the only framed dormitory on the
campus oi the Florida state uoiiege
ior Women, tonight lies in ashes, fire
or unknown origin, hut whicn, is gen generally
erally generally ascribed as defective flue, broke
out shortly after 11 o'clock this
morning, and before the alarm was
sounded calling the Tallahassee fire
Lcompany, the flames had progressed
as far as to make it impossible to save
the 1 building, though the ; firemen
worked heroically and effectively aft after
er after their arrival on the scene. The
building was1 onlyr partly covered by
There was not even the slightest
accident in connection with the fire,
a great many of the occupants being
iir church services in the city. .There
were .about -eighty-five, students who
occupied the building and a number
cf them lost everything .they had
sjive the clothes in which they were
attired.' The people of Tallahassee
have offered their homes to the young
ladies but it is not yet known wheth
er the offer will be accepted. ;. '-
John C. Kellum, business manager
of the college, stated that he had
managed to get an ample number of
beds and other; -furniture and it is
probable the accommodations will., be
made 'for the girls inother buildings
on the campus, a More than enough
rooms have been jpff ered by the citi
zens of Tallahassee, .however, to take
care of these young ladies in the
everit, that their, offer is accepted.
The- Elks lodge of Tallahassee im
mediately began the collection from
its members ofa,ypurse of one thou
sand dollars to be turned over to Dr.
Edward Conradi, president of the
college, for use towaf d replacing the
clothing and other; property lot by
the girls. At an early hour this; eve
ning it was le'arned that .arrangements
had been .made for comfortably tak
ing care of all the students who had
room ift East Hall.
The children of the North Ocala
school spent one of the happiest aft afternoons
ernoons afternoons of their lives last Friday, the
occasion being a most delightful and
unique Hallowe'en party given the
pupils by their teachers, Mrs. P. H.
Hensley and Mrs. A. E. Ashworth.
An effort is being made to beautify
the North Ocala sehool grounds and
tlfe pupils have been cleaning and
pulling, weeds for weeks, so the bon bonfires
fires bonfires .were an interesting part of the
program and were participated in
with great enthusiasm and due cere
monial. ; C :
Many of the children wore amusing
and grotesque costumes, some" of
which were V decidedly clever. The
building was appropriately decorated
for the occasion. There was bobbing
for apples and a candy hunt in the
building and a nut scramble on the
school grounds which caused much
fun and frolic. Some Hallowe'en
songs were given and some folk
dances, all of which showed careful,
efficient training. Many useful arti articles
cles articles are being made by these children
and the writer was much pleased, by
the fine school spirit that prevailed in
The happy afternoon passed all too
quickly and the memory of it will
stay with these children for many
Hallowe'ens to come.-'
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
ELECTION DAY 111
In Ocala, the Polling Place was Some Somewhat
what Somewhat Crowded, but Everything is
Progressing Smoothly :
If everything goes along as smooth smoothly
ly smoothly everywhere in America as it has
been going today in Ocala, there will
have been a quiet and orderly election.
The Star advised houskeeping la ladies
dies ladies to hold back until after 9 o'clock
to vote, so -as to give men who had to
go to work a" chance. Advice is meant
to : be given and not taken, so the
Star reporter was. not surprised when
he reached the polls promptly at 8 a.
m. to find one j bunch of ladies before
him, nor to see them rapidly and con constantly
stantly constantly reinforced. ;
On account of one inspector not
showing up, opening the polls was de delayed
layed delayed a few minutes,, but at 8:15 the
inspectors began to to call the p'eople
forward.; By this time both the east
and west openings were crowded, the
first with whites, the second witft col colored
ored colored voters. On the white side, some
cf the men .went in first. The first
frcven white women to pass in were
the following: .Mrs. C. W, Moremen,
Miss Alice Bullock. Mrs. J. J." Gerig,'
Mrs. J. P. Phillips, Mrs. W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Mrs. E. W. Merrill and Mrs. R.
N. Dosh. Mrs. C. W.f Moremen Vas
the first Ocala woman to vote, Miss
Alice Bullock was immediately after
her ? and it was not possible to tell
the order in which the others voted,
as often one had to wait, for a booth
until some one after her had voted;
the succession' being broken by; the
time it took e'aeVto vote, and by men
voters coming io between.' In the few
minutes the Star man was inside the
polling place, iti looked to him like the
women were voting right along and
marking their ballots rapidly, but as
to how accurately will not be known
until the count commences.
It soon became evident that i the
number of boojths, altho double. those
of previous elections, was nqt enough,
and all would not be able to vote, so
the sheriff sent out and had some
tables brought in, after which the
voting proceeded more rapidly. There
W Xr W W
By Special Arrangement
will give ; her favorite program,
" Songs that America Loves."
The great American soprano
will appear herself in what will
be the most notable musicale
of the season;
. '. Friday Afternoon
November 5, at 4 O'clock
V Temple Theatre.'
Appearing with Mis3 Rice will be Adeline
Packard, Violinist and Pianist, and Mr.
, Thorhas A. Edison's favorite invention, The
New Edison, "The Phonograph with a soul."
Call on or write us for free tickets of admission,
will be issued in order of application.
Kelly-Miller Music Co.
Harrington Hall Cornor
was a rush up to eleven o'clock, after
which there was a. slump until noon,
by wrhich time there were very few
This afternoon, the voting resumed,
but more in a steady stream than in
crushes. That is on the white side.
Up, to 3 o'clock, 1100 votes had been
cast. At that time most of the booths
on the white side were : almost con-
(stantly filled, but with no crowding.
Most of the voters at that time were
On the '.'colored side this morning
early there was a crush, lasting about
three hours, then a falling off until
by 3 p. m. there was a colored voter
only once hi a while A' majority of
the colored voters are women.
There may be another rush from
five o'clock1 until the polls close. Sher Sheriff
iff Sheriff Galloway estimates that there will
be 1500 votes cast in this precinct.
There has been no disorder; of any
kind today. .-.'
LOYAL HEARTS ARE
Editor Star: I enclose check, my
$2 to apply on the democratic short shortage,
age, shortage, $1 from Mayor T- L. Hames, $1
from Mrs. J. F. Hames, $1 for Mrs.
I.- I; Strong, $1. from Mrs. M. T. Bo Bo-hannon.
hannon. Bo-hannon. ..'';. .".
I haveTvoted straight democratic
ticket, against, the amendment and
for Bruce Meffert.
, C Eleanor Tremere.
N AFTER RUSSIAN TRADE
A Berlin, Oct. 15. A new bank cap capitalized
italized capitalized at 11,000,000 marks has been
organized here by a syndicate of Ger German
man German bankers and industrialists to fos foster
ter foster trade relations between Germany
and Russia. The new institution will
co-operate with Petrograd and Mos Moscow
cow Moscow banks as. well as with leading
Russian industrialists. It is proposed
to include the .Baltic and border
states in the newly formed ; bajnkVs
sphere of influence.
The Vossische's financial editor
says that the lively interest display displayed
ed displayed by the United States and England
in Russian- trade relations should he
an incentive for Germany to .turn her
trade to the east.
He declares that world conferences
will discuss the European situation in
vain so long as they continue to ex
elude Russia from their economic cal
"LEGION DAY" AT
THE couiim FAIH
Marion County Post No. 27 Meets
Wednesday Night and 'Will Dis Dis-t
t Dis-t cuss Program and Plans
for the Occasion
Fridav. Nov. 27. will be "Ameri
can Legion Day" at the Marion Coun County
ty County Fair. The special committee ap
pointed at the last meeting of Marion
County Post No. 27 of 4he legion has
6mpleted arrangements with the fair
officials for the conduct of the last
day of the fair. By this" arrangement
the legion post will share. in the re
ceipts of the day. Special attractions
or the day will be arranged for by
the legion, and with the pep that the
ex-service men will put into it the
ast day ot tne lair tnis year is going
o be a humdinger.
Marion County Post No. 27 meets
in regular session in the armory club
rooms Wednesday night at 8 o'clock,
and it is hoped that there will be a
arge attendance. It will take the co
operation of every member of the
post to put tne "Legion uay oi tne
air. over in good style. .The special
committee in charge of "Legion Day",
will have a report to make Wednesday
night and it is urged that every mem member
ber member be present to hear it and in readi readi-iness
iness readi-iness to take a hand. The members
of the special committee 'are: R. G.
Sumner, chairman; A. P. Parry, Mas Mas-ton
ton Mas-ton O'Neal, Robert VanOsten and
Dr. C. W. Moreroen. This committee
met Saturday niglit and decided to
make a go of "Legion Day."'
On Armistice night, November 11,
Marion County Post No. 27 will have
a masquerade ball at the armory. This
will be a public affair and an admis
sion of ?1 for gentlemen and 50 cents
or ladies will be charged. The mem
bers of the Woman's Auxiliary will
Members of the legion are urged to
bring their wives, mothers, sisters
and daughters with them Wednesday
night. The Woman's Auxiliary meets
at the armory at the same time as
he post and the mothers, wives, sis
ters and daughters of the legion men
should become members of the auxil
iary. And in this connection it vwill
be of interest to know what was de
cided with regard to the Woman's
Auxiliary at the recent national con
vention of the American Legion.' The
convention decided that a national
convention of the Woman's Auxiliary
be held as .soon, as twenty per cent -of
the state departments of. the -legion
have organized auxiliaries; that the
first national convention of the worn
an's organization be permitted to
change the name of the organization
so asto do away with the now un
satisfactory word "auxiliary"; and it
was decided .that the legion in dealing
with its affiliated woman's organiza
tion accept without question- the
policy and management of such or
ganization without any ., reservations
whatsoever, so long as the ideals and
purposes of the American Legion as
an organization are upheld.
HALLOWE'EN PARTY AT CITRA
Friday evening at the,Citra school
auditorium the league of the Metho
dist church entertained at a .Hal
Each guest was met at the door by
Messrs. Crosby and Metchtensimon,
who Were dressed as ghosts. They
were ushered into the auditorium,
which was lighted by jack-o -lanterns
and other Hallowe'en colors of black
After the. march of the ghost, the
guests were invited to visit "Pluto's
Regioq," which was a dark and quite
Many games were played and much
fun was derived from bobbing apples
in tubs of water.
During the evening the guests were
favpred with a reading by Mis Win
nie Crosby and several piano selec
tions by Mr. Metchtensimon.
..Prizes were offered for the best
costumes, the winners being Miss
Winnifred Warner and Mr. Broward
Delightful refreshments were serv
ed at the close of the evening.
GUARDS HAD TO
USE THEIR GUNS
New Orleans, Nov. 2. Eleven Chi
nese members of the crew of 'the
British, steamer Almleaf were vound
ed when guards resorted to pisto
fire to quell mutiny aboard resulting
from refusal to erant shore leave
Two will die.
: COME ALONG LATER
Havana, Noy. 2. Compilation o
the presidential election returns 13
slow. Both Zayas and Gomez claim
election. The disorders of the elec
tion were negligible.
Double recleaned seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf
ON SPRINGS DEPOT
Zailfbad Commission Has Previous
Engagements Which Prevent
. Sending Representative
Here This Week
Not having heard from the railroad
commission as to whether one of its
members would be in Ocala tomorrow
or Thursday for the public hearing in
connection with the proposed removal
of the Seaboard Air "Line freight de
pot and dock at Silver Springs, the
Marion County Board of Trade this
morning telegraphed the commission
o find out when a representative
would be here. This afternoon the
bllowing telegram was received from.
"On account of other pressing en
gagements necessaryTuPostpone in- -vestigation
Silver Springs depot" mat
ter, until later date, of which you will a
QEN. E. M. LAW
Bartow, Oct. 31. Major General
u M. Law, ranking surviving officer
of the army of the Confederate States
cf America, died here, today after a
Evander Mclver Law, schoolmater,
soldier and editor, was born in Dar-
ington, S. C, in 1836. He graduated
rom the South Carolina Military
Academy in 1S56, and began teaching
at Kings Mountain Military school at
York, S. C, the next year, remaining
here until he moved to,Tuskegee,
Ala., 4n -1860, to establish a military
Upon the secession of Florida in
January 1861, Gen. Law abandoned
his plans and led a company of Ala
bama volunteers to aid the Floridians,
assisting in the capure of Pensacola
and the forts at that place. He re
mained in Florida two months, going
into the Confederate army as lieuten
ant colonel of the 4th''A4ab?na reg regiment
iment regiment when the states organized. His
first post was an assignment at, Har Harper's'
per's' Harper's' Ferry but he shortly returned
o Virginia and was wounded at the
Irst battle of Manassas. He attained
the rank of colonel during the penin
sular campaign and after the battle -of
Seven Pines, was elevated to the
rank of senior colonel of his brigade,
eading his command .with signal gal gal-antry
antry gal-antry through the seven days battle
from Gaines Mill to Malvern Hill.
Gen. Law" commanded his brigade
in 1862,. going through the second
battle of Manassas and the battles of
Eoonesboro and Antietam and' emerg emerging
ing emerging as a brigadier general in October
in time for the battle of Fredericks
Under Longstreet in the Suffolk
campaign the next, year, and at Get-
tysburg, when upon the wounding of
Gen. Hood, he succeeded to the com-
mand of the division, he was signally
successful, having been breveted on
the field at Gettysburg by General
Longstreet for maneuvering his di
vision on the Round Tops; in such a
manner as to effect the disastrous re repulse
pulse repulse of Kilpatrick's division of
mounted federal troops.
Gen. Law went to the western
army with Longstreet in. 1863, and
commanded a division at Chickamau Chickamau-ga,
ga, Chickamau-ga, Gen. Longstreet commending him
for his "distinguished conduct." In
1864, he returned east and was with
Gen. Lee through the Wilderness and
succeeding campaigns until the "battle,
of Cold Harbor, where his division,
repulsed Smith's Sixteenth army
corps with a loss of 4500 men. and in
Which engagement he was seriously
Returning to duty in February.
1S65, Ge&. Law was assigned to Gen.
Wade Hampton's cavalry corps, later
becoming chief of staff to Gen. Jos.
E. Johnston. Upon the illness ef Gen.
Butler, Gen. Law was elevated to the
rank of major general and. assigned
to command Butler's division. This
command he-held until his surrender
at Greensboro, N. C, on April 25.
Gen. Law came to Florida in 1893,
and the following year established
the South' Florida Military Institute,
the forerunner of the University of
Florida. Later he became editor of
the Bartow Courier-Informant, and
served in that capacity until his re retirement
tirement retirement from active life in 1915.
, He repeatedly had refused honor3
at. the hands of the state organization
of United Confederate Veterans and
at the state reunion in 1916 opposed
vigorously the adoption of a resolu resolution
tion resolution proposing his name for commander-in-chief
of the national or organization,
ganization, organization, -declaring that the honor
cf being senior surviving officer of
the Southern armies was sufficient.
This distinction he had held six years
prior to his death.
LAID OUT THE LEADER
Montgomery, Nov. 2. Posses re returned
turned returned today from Montgomery coun county
ty county after the excitement of last' night
over the reported renewal cf an. outr
break of .negroes who are alleged to
have .burned much property Sunday
night. Disorder failed to develop and
the officers believe with the killing of
the alleged negro ring leader the dis disturbance
turbance disturbance has subsided.
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1S20
ieala Evening Star
Published Every Day Kxcept Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
XI. R. Carroll. Prettfdeat
P. V. Leaven;d, Secretary-Treaaarer
J, If. Benjamin. Editor
Lntered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as.
second-class matter. r
lustrums names of men who were pa-1 stock of the country will let the
triots and heroes, who were famous in I country cousins business affairs alone
.1 t..i iL t A -i. I 1 ii. t 1 1
wu iiiu. ynxt uui me wunu at targeiana attena to meir own Dusmess as
I will not add to it the names of thelthfl emmtrv nwmle do thpirs. there
hunger strikers, and we doubt that I will be no friction in the political
the Irish themselves will, when pas-jparty.
sion dies down and common sense as-t The people had a right to believe
that I represented their interest in
Tallahassee and also in a mas3 meet-
UJsCLE BILLY ERUPTS in in Ocala and for that reason they
nominated" me again for the legisla
Editor Star: In-reply to your arti-jture and notified me to qualify. Now
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cle headed "Unduly Alarmed I wish! I'm not hurt in a defeat the least bit
;to correct the false statement that! and if your Ocala nominees will be
TELEPHONES J,uul 1a uuuoncu ij4juh inc. i s true iQ tne country peopje Mia
Pmum oriiee .. FiT-Onei uu 1 ieitrtu vcaia www w ineir interests as. 1 was, iney win not
, idiiitortai Department .Two-sew against Marion county. That the! be hurt.
Ocala candidate favored a no-fence You said the best thing I could do
SlEMUEfl ASSOCIATED PRESS vl" wwin. mat way witu wc was 10 iaKe ine maiconiems ana go
The Associated Press is exclusively assistance ox ucaia ii ne is eiecxeu w out to near air. UiarK, out tney were
entitled tor the ue for republication of (the legislature and they should not be j too disinterested to go. Now, Mr.
cicucu. nun j.ui- uii, cuiiui b iinvif Xjuitor, inese.pecviG are
mation in regards to myself and-no- same principle that yon
fence law, that it makes no' differ- have acted which is tl
ence with me individually which w,ay tions. They imagined that I was go-
bomestic guiJsciiirriGN rates lit .is for 1 have enough land and it Icing to vote for Mr. Catts because I
One year. In advance ,...$jf.00 fenced with plenty of grass to take was not continually "cussine" him.
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lx months, in advance
Three months, in advance
One month, in advance ..
1.50 care of my own stock but I was not land they voted against me on their
.80 1 renresentinsr mvselx but the Deonlenmfip-injit.irm fcnf. T An dpfv manVmr!
vho have stock that is in different cir-J to prove that I. ever have voted for
iuuauiM.M. it.iitus cumstances to mvselx. it Was tnev Mr. Catts. nnd von. Mr. Editor, nnon
Dlcplayi Plate 15 cents per inctt for T mnt, MW9 a- v..:. :
oTiniiTlv 1n.rtfnn .Alternate inser- I -? "iiicosi. i,ut(i uasis ux vuur miasiiiauuu baiu iu
tions 25 per cent additional, composi- i your informant. Iheir imaginations your paper just prior to the primary
tion chances on ads. that. run less than 1 ,.vama tLm oa vn,1P9 irnvomi imn Ui,r4- t r v,j4.
six times ? cents per inch, oicciai 1 1 w y c,vr's.uv jv, nn a u icu iui amsjiuiucuk vi uuc
position 20 per cent additional.' luteal and I've heard them say that they did constitution so the board of education
iotucheY want t0 vote for a man to could levy a ten-mill tax to pay the
-nieh will be furnished upon appllca-1 elected to rum them. iteachers of the schools and said-1 did
7 Uo?l-.. K -n You say that the malcontents have this because I had two daughters
first insertion; 3 cents per lhie for each J got to abide by the decision of the teaching school. I only have-one but
fubsequent kslttXhy or bolt the party, and if they itwas not for her alone but for the
composition Charges. V jao tney win not return except as low good of the county and the children,
iegai advertisements u iegai rates. priyates m the rear ranks. These peo- You also said in your paper that
pie have Deen low privates in the rear 1 1 went witn a netition to the eover
No decent hog has any right to4 ranks of the -democratic party all thel nor to get him to fire Mr. Hutchins
wear less than four legs, r Itjme, but has supported the demo- or the board of county commission
cratic party with their votes, believ- ers. Ill state .that the Detition-was
Members of the G. A. K. and the ing that said party would support gotten up in Ocala without rhy knowl-
U. C. V. were just about the same I their pursuit of welfare. 1 edge and was signed by forty or more
"kind of boys that made up the A. E. F. You said that the Ocala'people are of the citizens of: the western part of
not thinking of a no-fence law for Marion county.,: They paid my ex-
We guess it's the truth that every (they have a no-fence law and made censes and asked me to co and present
newspaper man m the state is glad to Jit themselves without the help or con-1 it to the governor. This petition was
seo Joe Earman again contributing to sent of the country cousins. If the! not to ask for the firing of Mr. Hutch
his Palm Beach Post, .That man is j towns that have no interest in the ins or the board, but to get an irtves
surely original and interesting.
5 K L roPeriy fitted glasses the said board
tigation of the financial conditions of
Goods Guerry impolitely and map- rive away that squint-h Now, -Mr.. Editor, you seem to take
propriately calls old man Thorn a I ng, drawn, unnatural I a great delight in "nagging" me in
"prosaic liar." Well bet Goode doesn't
know what prosaic means. Thorn i3
a liar sometimes but he is never
prosaic. He is picturesque.'
The campaign is over and the vot
ing is almost over, and the Star hasn't
made any predictions and it hasn't
abusednjiybody. Both Cox ahd Hard
"V ijSTare good Americans, and the sun
will rise tomorrow on a great and unT
disturbed nation, no matter which I yv
siae wins. -.- :
. sec expression seen in defec defec-ve
ve defec-ve eyes.
DR. E. J. YEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician Optician-Eyesight
Eyesight Optician-Eyesight Specialist
TIIEH GAVE IT
ITS. Ilill'JK! Ill 11 1 III I M f f' IM t i
For Some Time Past Our Gratifying Activity
Has Been In Driving Prices Downward
M Is BeaFSiM WwmU to sala
Our BUASTIC and LEADING step by reducing
our entire line of High Grade Merchandise
has met with a great response by hundreds
of our patronsl
We shail.continue the fight on old Hlisa CcSt of Livina" regardless
of the losses that ve must bear.
w W Us .iS
THE FASniOrj CENTER
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All Confederate veterans will, be
saddened to hear of the death of Gen.
E. M. Law, who died at his home in
Bartow Sunday. 'General Law was a
man well-beloved in Florida, not only
by his fellow veterans, but all others
who knew him. He paid several visits
biography appears elsewhere.
f goa'Lialy Ssffcrctl Willi Mxktt we know you feel : better,
tdl Passi lfilitKtf Ikrtd Sf any worse.. It si
Giyhs Her Card.
your paper, it may be a part or ai
of your religion and if it is, I hope
you are enjoying it. You can crush
the truth to earth, but by tie eterna
powers of justice it will rise again.
f Please publish this as it is my sen
timents and you have infringed upon
my character. W. J'. Folks.
Juliette, November 1.
Well, Mr, Folks, we are v glad you
have slammed us good and heavy, for
thoV that you can see so much in that
Star article that wasn't in it. Frin
stance, you misquote and misrepre
Dublin. Va. Miss liary Alice I- .:j
1 Jtf a vi aitm- nf her words so as to make them as off ens-
tnteresting experience .with CardaL ive'as possible to the country people,
Miss Husnett said: I had been sux-1 who the star has always ciaimea as
to Ocala and numbered not a f ew of f ering f or some time with painful i jits friends. A, We used no such words
its people among hi3 friends. Higl I was pale, dioat feel lifee ; SOS I as those you have ascribed to us. We
vhere. I vvouia juss urs3 wu, -.auu. don't know
K S Si SSEtP:,r l newpairof -spectaclea.
The state and some of the students mv nwonM .rm .nd l the latter, Jlarl VVeihe can supply
at the Woman's College at Tallahas- i didn't know what to do, but I knew you, but we don't profess to know
see suffered' considerable loss when I I must do something, for I fiiaax get where you can obtain; the tormer.
East Hall. one of the ddrmitories at well by letting It1 run on. r Ionia's no-fehc ordinance was passed
the school, was burned Sunday. The M mouier "Y tll by tne councU at tlie request or. the
. ,. j .: for she saw wnat it aia xor outers iT1ClrtriTa 0
state last tne Dunamg ana mosi oi ., WflAlf Rrt Rlia heean tirlnK fvv.r Jr,,"fe"' w
the young lady students who made it to me. r ; te. ucala garaens ano nower.yaras
. i ci ffoiTicr CfT-rtyir own or- ma Tima it xiroa
change. It was just what I needed, passed no-fence had hardly been
It -regulated be. I began to cat and j spoken of in, this county. ,:
sleep, and tne pain stopped. j who has been expressing this fear
"Cardul ia Without- aOUDt Uie CeBt l0P nnln tmxrn nnH fho nrala nnminoo
female tonic made, and I am glad. I for the legislature? Give us their
tan recommeaa i.v n9mpS. Has nnvhnv hnt vnnr- Wmr.
,rBt? ntrnJrr;Totrsran:able self been going up and. down the
minta tieculiar to women, why not be- county voicing this dread?
gin Cardui at once?. Its merit la welll Of course, Mr. Folks, we can't
established by succe'ssful use for more prove you; voted for Catts,' and we
than 40 years.
Your druggist Bella It.
JJii HA v
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their home lost their personal belong belongings.
ings. belongings. If the fire had taken place at
midnight instead of midday, some of
the girls would have lost their hves.
East Hall was a frame buildingi one
of the oldest at the college, and judg
ing by the rapidity with which it
burned it should not have been -used
&3 a dormitory any longer. Its burn
ing at this time will be a hardship on
the college, ; as nothing can be ; d6ne
to replace it until the legislature
meets. Bv hard work another build
ing may be put up in time for the
opening of the 1921 term, but the usu usual
al usual speed of the state-built institutions
will have to be greatly improved on to
produce that result. The legislature,
.when it meets, should alsomake good
their loss to the teachers and pupils
who were housed in the building.
They were in the care of the state,
and it is up to, the state t6 protect
them from any such disaster. We
judge by the dispatch elsewhere that
the good people of Tallahassee will be
" able to take care of the overflow of
students which the burned building
, caused in the already overcrowded- in
can't prove we voted for Fletcher, but
.., I if you are not a Gatts man, how did
nits wuuie cuumy cume to mmK. so.
Sorry to tell you, Mr; Folks, but the
Mil. wa8 ii'aelHiss
GAS, OIL, (BKEASES, TIHES AMD -TUBES
-' EjipeFt OepaiE Worl!i "-
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r t H i,'.
Before the Sinn Fein tries to .make
any more martyrs by starvation, it
should study the case of Jefferson
Davis. Mr. Davis represented a much
greater cause and a much greater
people than did McSweeny.v He rep represented
resented represented a people who strictly observ observed
ed observed the laws of. war. When his people
were ba ten down in defeat, he was
taken prisoner, and for a. while'he
was denied the treatment due to a
prisoner of war.. Jefferson Davis and
his friends would have considered the
treatment given McSweeny as mild
and' courteous. Instead, he, already
suffering with illness and privation,
was -confined in the casement of a
fort, a most uncomfortable place for
a sick man", and for a while at least
he wore shackles like a common crim criminal.
inal. criminal. But the idea of martydom or a
hunger strike qr suicide in any form,
never entered his head. When the
justice of the Union finally asserted
itself, he was set free; he lived for
years, doing not a little to heal the
breach between the Norjh and South;
and when he died he was honored and
loved by his own people and respected
by hi3 former enemies. The hunger
rtrike is worse than German fright fright-fulness.
fulness. fright-fulness. Ireland has a long list of il-
The Kind to
If Barney Trusts Thehi
DAVIES, The Tire Man
LARGE LUE GIM GONQ
, Will Deliver and Plant for
The Large Trees.
WARTMANN NURSERY CO.
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at NSTITUflO z
people of Marion sent you to Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee under a misapprehension.
The Star never said you voted for
the ten-mill amendment because you
had two daughters teaching school.
It inquired if you wasn't so zealous
for the ten-mill tax because two
members of your family were school
teachers. You conveyed that impres impression
sion impression to us yourself, saying, unless we
ar 'much mistaken, that "your daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, or two of your daughters, had
gone to other counties to teach, be because
cause because salaries were so low in Marion?
If we were wrong, why did you not
at once correct us? Nobody ever
knew the Star to refuse a man space
to. give his own side of a question.
Why did forty odd voters send you
to Tallahassee with a petition unless
they thought you had influence with
Speaking of low privates in the
rear rank. Mr. Folks, tlid you know
that not more than l.per cent of the
democrats of. Marion have ever been
anything more than bucks that is to
say, hot more than that proportion
have held office. v The people put you
in office, tried you and then refused
to put you back again. That may
have been the result of imagination
but aren't you pretty well stocked
with that stuff yourself? :
Have you an unbroken record as a
buck private in the democratic ranks?
Wasn't you one of the standard bear bearers
ers bearers of populism thirty years ago?
No, we haven't infringed on your
character, Mr. Folks. Have always
thought you were a good old man, and
think so yet. Your trouble is, you
don't know how to give and take in
a political controversy. Everything
is mighty fine as long as you can
"nag" the other fellow. We have all
heard you do it. But it gives you a
pain to meet somebody who can nag
you. : x -.. "'. ;
The campaign is over, Uncle Billy.
I Let's forget it. Sorry you didnt come
to hear Irank Clark and meet the
other democrats. They would have
warmed your heart. Since you missed,
that, come to the fair. Don't forget to
drop in at the Star office. There is
always a latchstring -as long as a
weilrope hanging out for you. Ta,'ta!
We may both be in Abraham's bosom
before another campaign, so let us
not let the sun of this one go down on
'pHERE is a big differ differ-1L
1L differ-1L ence between Calumet
esd c3 cthar P.shg Post-dsn.
ui Frf -Ycacesitmtisecxjst.
. Cahreyt S3 esli -at a csocsrzts
77;ryDacte2nra it in
c. Cafsmet has snore thsn tie
csosJ Issveplsg etrscgt! therefore
Ies3 is required,.
cyca cedes it In rsb-
ic? qual.ty ia tba cenmss-
liixtecss srsl tstttme ct your bsk bsk-izx
izx bsk-izx Tbey kxHz t&Har faer
Advertising builds business.
, y ..
ihiji.hihwipwhwwhj.j.i wmmm iiMWW..'"wim'iwm ...jiniiiiniipiMyn',iw tumwiMiiLin Mmmmmm mm mmommm0imm wjw- Jttmfr''mmm
t I'.'U I K 1 I i Vf
-'' r "V v : i t f I
whst a dllrerecce
nesat a socxijcca tlsat can be had ia
tx ctfer rennet. Elscnst pi?3
crrjL EasfEnsL kcrfmut3 never
were co t3tyea cll-tisfyirt
And then there te the satis-
faction cf knowing that C&iuznet
t3 made la the World's largest, best
equipped and cleanest Bakma iw-
Good wholesome bakings can be
made only cf good materials, no
other way, so use only good -baking
powder andgood plain fiocr (not
self -rising fiour).
4 cup cf sifted
pastry fiotir, 4
Powder, 1 level
teaspoon cf salt;
2 rounding table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons cf butter
or lard, cup cf
milk, cup cf
water. Then mhc
in the regular
W. K. Lane, IL ii. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. OSce ov;r 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, FT. tf.
Flower bulbs at
the Ocala Seed
Meet me at the American Cafe,,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner iv
the state for 75c. Eat and drink eli
yoa want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m.
OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1920
p Ve are no w open for business with new
and improved equipment for automobile
repairing, and will give you prompt ser service.
vice. service. New and second-hand cars. Com Complete
plete Complete line of Gasoline Oils and Grease-
Cars Uaslied Sl.CO. Agents for
. NEEDH AM MOTOR COMPANY
Phone 252 Orange and Qcklawaha
CLOSING THE LIST
Br m :
J. H. SPEKCER
V. IL PEDPJCS
We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.
GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
Exclusive Agents for "VESTA" CATTERY, 18 Mo. Gnarantee
- An Up-to-Date Battery Service Station ?
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, ht all times,. Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service.
- f $
GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.
"' J PHONE 271 ?
The Ocala Democratic Finance Com Committee
mittee Committee closes its books today and to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow will forward its list of all
money on hand to the national com com-rmttee.
rmttee. com-rmttee. Any money coming in be between,
tween, between, now and tomorrow morning
will go with this consignment; any
more coming in this week will be for forwarded;
warded; forwarded; any coming after Saturday
night will be returned to the donors.
Following is the list of contribtuors
to date! ; 1 ;.
R. E. Layton 1.C0
J. Bv McCaskffl
W. T. Gary ....
J P. Phillips
J. II. Benjamin.
X E. Owens
E. A. Burford ...
Mrs. R. A. Burford
Miss Mary Burford
E. F. Eogers .....
Barney Spencer ... .
Nathan Mayo ... ...... .
J. W. Hunter ......... ....
Ocala Banner . ... ...
W. F. Yocum .... .'. ... .....
W. A. Knight .......
Cash ''. "... .v. .... ..
E. L. Martin
W. K. ZewadsH ; .... ...
G. S." Scott
W. A. Wilds
Mrs. James H. Hill
E. C Bennett
M. L.- Eeynolds i
Mrs, J R.'Moorhead
J. E. Moorhead
W.. W. Stripling
: Sec Mc 1
I For all Classes ol
I Stone, Brick, Wood
, r L
Phoae'445. 728 Wencna St.
' 4 ml
j it. :; jM6' -;; ;j-f ;m ..-!' fjMi,. -'pt:
r1 TT T ttt
. We now have on hand a nurnberbf real tip-to-date
Bed Room, Dining -Room and Parlor Sets,
and considering the quality the' prices are ex extremely
tremely extremely reaaonable. '
1 71 J.
I Pr SHtm 'I II if if
OUR LINE OF
- '' i
of every description will prove attractive to you during the
'good old summer's time." We have them from
$15 and Up.
' 4 Opposite Ocala National Bank
iii fcrm r.3?jnclia St. l OCALA, FLA -it
9 4 m 9
4 9 9
10 yssft iors
USED CARS BUT KOT ABUSED
One 1918 Ford Sedan.
One 1916 Ford Truck.
One 1920 Buick Roadster.
One 1916 Buick Tourinjr.
AUTO SALES GO. ck taylor
C. E. Simmons
Buf ord Leitner i
Sid Whaley 4
John R. Bo2ers
Mrs. Ernest- Blair ..
Jcdge W. S. Bullock
L. H. Chazal .
Mrs. W. S. Bullock:
J. M. Douglass ...
J J. M. Thackerson '..
J. Clelland Johnson
L. W. Duval . .
Mrs. L. W." Duval ...
Mrs. W.j T. Gary ...
W. L. Bard
. S. Light
c yr. Moffatt
George MacKay ......
Miss Fannie Clark l. 1
Miss- Nellie -Stevens .'.
Harvey Clark i i ... ...
Mrs. J. P. Phillips .
Paul Simmons . . I
M. W. Lloyd
Mack Taylor Jr.
W ... F. Jordan .
Dr. Baskin .. . ...
Allen Rodgers ....
W. W. Clyatt' ........
C. E. Connor .
C. C. Balkcom
J. J, Gerig .. .... .
G W. Scofield V.: ..
Judge W. E. Smith
Mrs. W. E. Smith ...........
Mr Alma W. Kelsey ...
George Howell ... ..... ..
C. JI. Hogaa .............. i
E. J. Collier
Arthur Burgess ... . ;
E. T. Helvenston
Chas, L. Nelson 1
W. -A. Tinsman ....
H. B. Baxter .......
Ed. Parr .... .......
J. R. Preer
C. J. Fishel ...
J. B. Cappleman ...
S. F. Rou- ....... ...
Mrs. S. F. Ron
Wv L. Scott .......
E.-L;' Carney ...
Mrs. M. J. Sherouse
O. E. Cox ........
E. I. Grace
Mrs. M. E. Howell
T: S. Mathews
Miss Matilda Pasteur
R. J. Perkins ....
Mrs. R;' J. Perkins '."'. i
Mrsv Emily Green
L. E. Benjamin ..'. .
W. J. Wilson .........
Dr. J. E. Chace
. Cecil .Bsiyanf:
Accenting and Acditino
Use "Goodnight" and then go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.
PYLES & PERKINS
Foncral Dircclors & Embalmcrs.
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
J. H. Benjamin, Chairman, f
" L. H. Chazal, Secretary. v ;
W. T. Gary, Treasurer.
In case anybody's contribution is
overlooked, will the'giver please notify
this office at once. f
Dont fail to visit' the Guarantee
Clothing -& r Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed!. We're
5ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
lie-Store oS Ci2sii5y
i ... ...........
; ..... ...... ......
"TTOU have been hearing about great reductions
Y in prices on Dry Goods and Ladies' Ready-to-"r
Wear for the past jnonth or more; in fact you
- are told that these reductions amount to anything
from 20 'to 35: per cent. We want you to take the
time to compare our prices with any of them and
you will find that we are actually selling at figures
from 20 to 25 per cent lower than these so-called
"reduced prices." For instance: r,
at per Yard
We arexin ajposition to save you money if you will
only give us the opportunity. ...
REMEMBER OUR LOCATION:
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The Store with Two Doors, between
Green's. Drug Store and Masters'.
. Ji VP A Tnrrt-TT)
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3 -.X-- '-tT-" X-V-.V '--V '-X-' w" -c -- --
Come to the dance Tuesday night,
over Commercial Bank; and enjoy
yourself with a congenial crowd. 2t
TAX BOOKS OPEN
The tax books for state sand county
taxes are now openJi Those paying
taxes during November will receive 2
per cent discount. W. W. Stripling,
l-3t : ; Tax Collector.
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
You will find those 01e Mammy"
Pralines the finest flavored nut candy
ycu ever tasted. For sale only at the
Court Pharmacy. l-t
YOU CAN SAVE
On your shoe bilk by having us le le-build.
build. le-build. your old shoes. Qar charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. GZAZON & co;
Between Tec Cent Store and Geriga
" IJotice is hereby given that the city
of Oca H has purchas3 tie house &nd
ot located on May street at the foot
cf Main street and proposes to open
Main street thru said property. Thi3 Thi3-will
will Thi3-will require the removal of the dwell dwell-in
in dwell-in 2 house thereon and will leave twa
strips of land cn .either side of said
Main street as opened, which strips
will be of approximately the follow following
ing following dimensions: Thait on the west
side 15 feet e and w by 105 feet n
and s. That on th east side 22
feet e and w bv 105 feet n and s. The
GOOD TASTE IN A MONUMENT city council will at its next regular
, "IJ'I'a 'meeting to be held on November 2nd,
as much as requite as srtlsuc oe-)102O efeoriSidcr bids :for Ea?d dwelling
sign end-; execution. It is found a and sajd Etrips of bind, the dwelling
every memorial tsone we erect jt0 fce removed within sixty days from
"Whether the stone chosen be of the
simplest or the. most ornate descrip description
tion description it.wil lalways be within the
bcr.nds of good taste if ordered her? her?-Cork
Cork her?-Cork of designs shown any time anywhere.
C CALMIARBLE WOPJlSi
acceptance of bid tnerefor. ire maz
may be for any one of said.xirerinjrs
cr any combination thereof and shrll
Le accompanied, by a certified check
fcr ten per cent thereof as evidence
cf eood faith. The' council reserves
the right to -reject any and all bids.
II. C. Sistrunk,
0-22-Dt City Clerk.
OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, K0VEMBE3 2, 1920
nnm a nnminnnmrn
If yon have any
phone to five-one.
Temperature this morning', CO; this
ax te moon, bz.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Taylor and Mr.
nd Mrs. G. S. Scott returned last
night from a two months stay at Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona Beach.
Try some of "Ole Mammy" Pra-are
lines, the most delicious nut candy j
ever made. The Court Pharmacy. 6t
Mr. Henry Livingston and daugh-
ter, Peggy returned yesterday from a
visit to .the former's daughter, Mrs.
J. 11. Hydrick in South Carolina.
Mis3 Ruth Simmons has accepted albv the vietorv wav committee at the
position with the Kelley-Miller Music
company ana is in cnarge oj. us i
neat store room at tne tiarrmgxon
Mrs. R. A. flsurf ord returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon from a pleasant visit
to her sons, Mr. R. A. Burford Jr.,,and
family and Mr. Sam Burford at Bir
mingham, Ala. Mrs. Burford also
visited relatives in .Troy, Ala.
Your feet are your, best friends. If
they give you trouble, why not have
ft free examination by M. M. Little, I
graduate practipedHt. 11-tf
TUT .Ji H)T T .,Z CUt knttA va.
turned from their wedding trip down
the east coast and are at home to
their friends at the residence of Mr.
Smitn's sister. Mrs. L. H. Fillans on
Mrs- RV S.Hall- Sr. is expected I
home Saturday from a lengthy stay I
in Atlanta, where she has been for
the benefit of her health and it will
be good news to her friends to know! the Confederate Veterans of Florida
that she has been greatly benefited, land also on the sponsorial staff of the
- ; I 3 A m rw
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothins- & Shoe Comcanv.. Everv-
thing pe sell is graranteed. We're
righting' for QUAUTYnot prices, tf
Mrs. R. S. Hall Jr. will leave Friday
for Greensboro, N. C, where she will
spend the month of November with
her" parents. While away Mrs. Hall
will attend the army and navy, foot
ball game and upon her return to
Ocala will be accompanied by her sis
ter-. Miss "Nellie Bam, who will visit
her for some time.
The friends that Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Hager made during their stay
in the city last winter will be glad to
learn that they expect to return to
Ocala about the first of December to
spend the winter and will be at home
to their friends at the residence of
Miss Meta Jewett.
Only orie drink served in each cup
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Mr and Mrs. Francis and son of
jWest Virginia, who have been the
guests of Dr., and Mrs. E. G. Peek,
now at Lake Weir, occupying the
Nurney cottage for a week or two.
Tliese charming people are touring
the state with a view of becoming
permanent citizens and are greatly
pleased with Ocala and Marion coun-
Ity. We hope they will locate here
A silver musical tea will be eriven
Woman's Club Wednesday, November
zrtX, at .4 o'clock p. m. A lne. pro-
gram will be rendered. All club mem members
bers members and the public are cordially in invited.
vited. invited. : : S0-3t
Mis3 Nettie Camp will leave Satur
day for a month's stay, part of which
time will be spent at Lexington, Mass.,
as the guest, of one of her college
friends, Miss Gladys Blake. Miss
Camp then goes to Boston to visit her
sisters, who are in college there, and
from there she will go to New York
city and will be met there by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence, Camp.
En route home she will visit friends
lof IM off a nrwi rro Totti
Gerig's Drug Store has instituted
"individual service" at' its soda foun fountain.
tain. fountain. 29-tf
Mrs. E. L. Carney, who attended the
U. C. V. reunion in Houston, Tevas,
has returned home. Mrs. Carney was
lone of the high official women at this
I reunion, being matron of honor for
commander 01 me Army 01 xennessee
ana. was tne recipient of many social
ana oniciai courtesies. Alter tne re
union ciosea Mrs. uarney was tne
guest of relatives and friends in
Houston, after which she visited with
friends in several other places. She
returned home in time to cast her
vote for all of the democratic nomi
Ask for "Ole Mammy" Pralines 15
cents. The Court Pharmacy. l-6t
Get the habit of reading the ads.
Soriety OranD'Iothea am sold
ml r C
There's a new style note
-fIcu will see the new style note this fall wherever the
best-dressed people gather in homes or 'at clubs, at'
play or at work. The new style is a welcome change
to most men. It's a .change from the highwais ted,
pinched-in and skirted effects' to ..ample-chested, full
CQts that hang almost stratght7rqm the shoulders.
Vents wiU be shorter, noticeably shorter, in fall suits
Society Brand Suits for fall embody correctly these
Ctylerhanges. The highest priced and proudest custom
tailor in town is cutting his'&ll suits along these lines.
We have the style in Society Brand Suits. Also
the fabrics and the-fine. tailoring. A call at our store
3 like visiting an exhibit of advanced style.
Guaranteed 25 to 35 per cent cheaper
than others for same quality.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Company
The House of Young Men And Men Who Stay Yonng.
; y; o. d.
NOTED ARTISTS TO APPEAR
AT THE TEMPLE THEATER
terpriang Music Finn will Present
' Misses Rice and Packard
in a Unique Recital
Miss Gladys Rice, the celebrated
American soprano, assisted, by Miss
Adeline Packard, will be heard in an
unique recital at the Temple theater
on the afternoon of Nov. 4th at four
Miss Rice is one of the most prom promising
ising promising young sopranos now onthe con concert
cert concert stage. She is the possessor of
a brilliant soprano voice of very dis distinctive
tinctive distinctive quality. She was born in
New York city, and has accomplished
her vocal artistic training entirely in
America, of which fact she is very
proud. :' -;-.-': : ;
Miss Rice will present a program
of some of the best known and. most
popular songs in the English tongue.
The fact that she is assisted by such
a charming artist as Miss Packard
lends added interest to the affair.
The recital is to be complimentary
in character, admittance being by'
card of. introduction only which may
be secured from the Kellv-Miller
Music Co., so iong as accommodations
Jimmy Swaim the outdoor artist
has repainted Hunter's sign, on the
northeast corner of the square, and
metamorphosed it into an elegant
Among the young ladies who suf
fered from the fire by the burning of
East Hall at the Woman's College,
Tallahassee, were Misses Lucille .Gis-
sendaner, Teresa' Murphy and Eva
Theus of Ocala. None of them were
injured, being at church when the
fire broke out, but they lost all their
belongings. Their friends here are
glad they didn't lose their lives.
Somebody played a. most, despicable
trick on Mr. Edward Green Saturday
night, letting all. the wind out of the
tires of his car.. It remained in that
condition all night and the tires, it is
believed, are ruined. Supposed to be
the work of ome All Hallowe'en ar
tist; We didn't suppose any Ocala
boy would do anything to make trou
ble for Mr. Green, whq is suffering
yet' from nis severe wound received
two years ago, and needs his car eve
ry time he has to make more than
Advertising. not only, builds up your
business but also builds up the town.
EXCELLENT SHOWING FOR
X Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 2 Treasury op
erations for October reduced the pub
ic debt by over twenty-four million
dollars, leaving about twenty-four j
billion, sixty-tw million as the total
Come to the dance .Tuesday night.
over Commercial 'Bank, and enjoy
yourself with a congenial crowd. 2t
CareJul estimates made on all co
tract work. Gives.more and better II
work f(T the money than any other
contractor in the city.
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
KATES Six line, maximum, one
time, 25c.: three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month, $3. Payable in ad ad-vance.
FOR SALE Fifty acre farm two
miles from Ocala. Apply to owners,
Collier lirotners.-... au-ti
FOR SALI2 One sorrel jnare, eight
years old; weight 950 pounds. Weill
broke and good saddler. See R. H. j
Connell, Anthony, Fla. 1-I2t6
REFINED middle aged lady wanted
to act as agent in the handling of a
staple ana stanaara line oi gooas;
good territory .will warrant ?o per
day, net, in commissions to agent.
On receipt of $2.50 as security,
samples and. particulars will be for
warded on request. Address care
of J. W. C Adamsen, Tampa, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 10-26-5t
FOR SALE CHEAP- One good farm
mule. Dr,,W B. Livingston, Ken Ken-drick,
drick, Ken-drick, Fla. 'i 29-6t
STRAYED A red mule strayed to
; my, house ; Saturday night. Same
&n be recovered by owner calling
and paying for, keep and this ad.
QovoVt ClrsTimaa 1 R Q O-nA Cf 9-5
FOR SALE A few grapefruit and
sour orange trees, Celeste figs, Ex
celsior and Dorothy Perkins roses,
Japan varnish trees, three or four
Japan walnut, Catalpa Speciosa;
mock lemon or golden dep drop;
Sago palms, r beautiful j vines, lilies
and ferns unnamed. .'; -Buyer to take
up, pack and transport at their
own risk and expense. Come to see
or address Wilmer Gibson, Irvine,
FQR SALE 10-acre improved truck
farm with4 implements; one horse,
one jersey cow. Must sell by Sat
urday, Nov. 6th. Located, 2
miles south on Dixie Highway, and
known as old Smoak place. D. C.
Jones. V 2-4t
STRAYEDTwo male mules strayed
to my place Monday morning; one
-dark bay and the other gray. The
owner can have same by paying for
keep and this ad. F. M. Grubbs,
known as Smoak' nlace. Otala. 3t
FOR RENTr-Three room apartment.
Phone 221 or inquire at 607 Fort
Kinsr avenue. '; 2-6t
EGGS FOR HATCHING Limited
ouantitv Plymouth Rock: 15 for
S1.50. R. N. Dosh. nhone 304. 3tl
FOR SALE- First class auto paint
ing and top trimming business do doing
ing doing from $1700 to $2000 per month.
. Will a stand strictest investigation.
Good reason for. selling. Box 5,
Gainesville, Fla. 28-9t
FOR SALE A Ford roadster prac practically
tically practically new, with extra- truck body,
. $400. Florida 'Soft, Phosphate &
Lime Co..' v 2S-6t
WANTED Sewing done at reason reasonable
able reasonable prices. Apply to Mrs. J. W.
Coshow, Silver Springs road. 29-3t
FOR SALi 1917 Ford touring car.
Will be sold cheap for cash Apply
to S. S. Savage Jr., Ocala. 25-7t
P OR SALE On account of closing
house for a few months will sell
some choice "pot plants, also White
Wyandotte chickens, dining room-i
furniture, one wood cook stove in
good condition, one very large kit kitchen
chen kitchen table on casters, one small
table and one second-hand refrig refrigerator.
erator. refrigerator. Call at No. 714 South Third
street, east. 30-3t
FOR RENT Dwelling on Anthony
road, 200 feet of 'Oklawaha avenue;
seven rooms, bath, hot and cold
water, gas, electric lights. L. N.
Green. : t 8-tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE Second Secondhand
hand Secondhand one-horse wagon; 2-Hp. Inter International
national International Harvester Co. engine; 1 1-Hp.
Hp. 1-Hp. International. Harvester .Co.
engine. Will sell cheap or trade for
corn or syrup. D. N. Mathews, 609
Second St., Ocala, Fla. 26-6t
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Call
at 34 Sanchez St. or phone 238. 6t
FOR RENT Rooms for light housed
keeping. Apply at No. 20, North
Magnolia St. 27-t
Take a Trip
jF you failed to visit our No. 1 Store Cn the 26th
JL you missed a treat.
- Here is your chance again, for on Thursday; the
4th. we want fivprv Indv in
country to VISIT. tillS Store
and six o'clock in the afternoon.
We want you to get acquainted with our stores.
You, who are not regular patrons of the U-SERVE
STORES, don't know what you are missing.
On the above named day, and during the hours
mentioned, we will give away
TfiniTY-f WO BAGS OF THE DEST-FLOUR.
YOU EVES USED.
. Every lady visiting the store will be given a
chance' to get one of these bags of flour free. There
will be no blanks ; every lady will be given a prize.
We will make, only one exception, and that is that
we wifl only give one representative from each
family a chance to draw a prize.
CASH AND CARRY
THREE-RINGED CIRCUS ;
COMING TO OCALA
A real three-ringed circus is com coming
ing coming to town, with lion3 and tigers,
two herds of elephants,, tango and
shimmy -dancing horses- intermingled
with human stars and with troops of
clowns let loose between the thrills.
The Sparks circus which is coming
to Ocala on Tuesday, November 16th,
is huge and grand and new. enough to
warrant the very highest of praise.
Everyofie will laugh at the caper capering
ing capering clowns, gasp at the feature acts
and shudder at the sensations crowd crowded
ed crowded together in two hours and a half.
The biggest and mest daring of the
animal acts are the two elephant
herds, one of which includes the
fe.. .--. .l mmf .if! .in-, a
Dcta't take purgatives for Con Constipation
stipation Constipation tisey act &ars!zly
tlaey overstrain t2xe delicate
enbrane ania leave the
OoweJs In a worse ccnrtllloa
lliaa L el ore, li
wltli Con Constipation,
stipation, Constipation, Slckllead Slckllead-aebe,
aebe, Slckllead-aebe, In Indigestion,
digestion, Indigestion, SourStom-
sicli, Dizziness DUIonsness,
riervousness, or loss of Appe-tlte-Con'f
hesitale-Cet a bottle
of CASTER'S LITTLE LIVES -POLLS
take one alter eacli
zaeal and one at bedtime. A
few days treatment will put
Ctomachj liver and Dowels in,
' Qasvlae must bear slutsre ''j($Zx-2S2zZ
Sasll mi SsisIIlkse Ssall Price
No fear of germs when you drink
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Ocnln arid surrounding
, P A
DeiVeen Hie IlOlirs oi inree
Uti I ? a n
mighty monster, Big Zulu, "the sl:y-.
scraper elephant." Less" spectacular,
maybe, but almost as sensational, are
the Harrison bears who are not only
natural born comedians, butiave been
taught such difficult feats as roller
skating, riding bicycles, boxing and
wrestling, walking' the tightrope and -even
the playing of musical instru- -rnents
has been mastered by these
four-footed actors. Just to add good
Pleasure to the performance it is in interspersed
terspersed interspersed with a score or more cf
high class stars of the arenic world
Of course ther are clowns, and
forty of them will surely make you
laugh, if you have: one stored away in
you. Altogether the wonderful pro program
gram program presented under the "big top" of
the Sparks circus will give boundless
pleasure to -big and small.
Arrival and departure cf passeneer
;ra;ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed,
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:2C am Jackson v ill e-NTTork 2:10 an
4 Co pm
4:0-5 pm Tampa-Ef- Petrsbrg 4:05 pra
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. TL
! 1:45 pm JksonviUci-Gainsville 3:25 psa
i 6:42 am Jksonville-GnesvilLe 10:13 cm
I 2:42 am SLPetsbri?-Lakeland 2:12 wa
7:10 am Dunnelic-n-Wikox -7:25
am Iunel!o:a-LkelaEd 11:03
3:23 pm Homcsassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Lee;$burg t 6:42 tm
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
. 'Monday, Wedoesday, Friday. Friday.-.
. Friday.-. Tuesday. Thui-sday. Saturday.
Ask the Court Pharmacy for the
"Story of the Candy of the South"
Pralines,- 15 cents each. 1-Ct