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OGALA, -FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1120
VOL 26," NO.; 264
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A Number of
New YctJc Nov. 2, 11:10 p. ra. On
the face of returns showing the
growing Issdallde for Snatcrr Hard Hard-the
the Hard-the republican candidate for
presMeat GcVerr.cr .Cox,, the demo democratic
cratic democratic candidate, in hi own newgpa-l-trt
the Dayton Daily Newis, and
Chairman, White of the democratic
national committee, soon after '11
o'clock tonight conceded the, election
cf Senator Hardin? without awaiting
returns from the west, which four
years. ago elected President Wilson in
face of pluralities for Hughes thruout
the east.' ': v
The democratic candidate and his
chief conceded that in the solemn
referendum which President Wilson
declared Would decide the Leagde of
Nations iiuestion, the American vot voters
ers voters had preferred Senator Harding,
who favored staying oot, to Governor
tCox, who faovred going in. ; ':..r
Governor Cox, who was in his
newspaper ofSce when the concession
to Senator Harding was published,
said he would issue no statement.
"Senator Harding, who received the
.election returns at his home at Mar Marion,
ion, Marion, said he was more given to prayer
to God to make him capable of play playing
ing playing his part than he was to exultation.
Chairman White also conceded the
election of a republican Congress.
A SWEEPING VICTORY
. New Yorfcr Nov. 3. One' of the
most sweeping republican victories in
history is recorded for Senator Hard Harding
ing Harding for president and a republican
Congress. The tremendous republi republican
can republican pluralities continue to mount.,
The democrats also lost governors,
state legislatures and local candidates
and the solid south is even threatened.
The indications-are that Harding
will get 329 electoral votes; Cox, 127;
doubtful, -75. j J:
The women vote contributed to re- j
publican majorities. ''7"'';?-tv r'
.A REPUBLICAN CONGRESS i
New York, Nov. 3-A net gain of
twenty republican votes in the House
is shown on the complete returns from
seventeen states, including most of
the democratic strongholds.
Bight of the fifteen republican sen senatorial
atorial senatorial candidates won and ten others
are reported leading. All nine of the
southern Senate candidates won. The
republicans claim a majority of eight
or ten in the next Senate.
- TENNESSEE CLOSE j 'r.
Nashville, Nov. 3- There is a close
race in Tennessee. The Commercial Commercial-Appeal
Appeal Commercial-Appeal gives Harding a 10,000 lead
on unofficial returns from 71 out of
. 95 counties, arid Taylor, republican,
a 19,000 lead over Roberts, the dem democratic
ocratic democratic candidate, for-governor. The
democrats claim that complete returns
will show a democratic victory, i
SOME OF TnEM LIKED SUGAR
New Orleans, Nov. 3. The result
in the Louisiana sugar belt is in
GEORGIA STOOD FHIM
Atlanta,. Nov. 3. Returns, from
' half the counties in Georgia indicate
a democratic victory by four to one.
Harding carried some mountain pre precincts
cincts precincts that are usually republican.
; -ALSO ALABAMA'
' Binningham, Nov. 3. The '.demo
crats have apparently won all Ala
bama congressional districts, except
Xhe doubtful seventh, where the dem
ccrats' are leading by 477.
OKLAHOMA IS CLOSE
Oklahoma City, Nov. 3. Half the
returns from Oklahoma indicate a
democratic majority, of 4000.
CHAMP CLARK IN DANGER
St. Louis, Nov. 3.- Champ Clark's
republican opponent .for Congress is
leading him by 1500 votes on the
returns from not quite half the pre precincts
cincts precincts in the district.
MARYLAND ISN'T OUR MARY-
: V'. .', r;-iJkND;.;;;7:v; ;;:;;.;
Baltimore, Nov. 3-Ninety per cent
cf the returns show Harding leading
in Maryland by 40,000. ;
HARDING IS HAPPY
llarion, Nov. 3. Senator Harding,
States Copsidered Safely
-iiave Goiis Republican
pleased with the prospects of a repub republican
lican republican Cpngress, is planning a vacation
on the Texas coast and the Panama
canal soon, returning via New Or Orleans
leans Orleans to speak at the Elks, memorial
meeting at Bedford, Va. The senator.
will consider, cabinet appointments
after his return. t-
COX IS A GOOD SPORT
Dayton, Nov; 3. Gov. Cox today
said he would send a congratulatory
message to Senator Harding. The
governor proved a good loser, consol consoling
ing consoling his disconsolate friends. He is
planning a hunting trip in. Mississippi.
WHAT'S THE MATTER1 WITH
Nashville, Nov. 3 Returns from
sixty counties of the state's .ninety .ninety-five
five .ninety-five gave Harding aJead of 28.-
. SMITH MAY BE SAVED
New York, Nov. 3.With the state
giving Harding the unheard of .plu .plurality
rality .plurality of about one million votes, in interest
terest interest centered on the govejnorship govejnorship-with
with govejnorship-with Gov. Smith, democrat, -leading
by 18,000 at noon.
HALF DEMOCRATIC ANY HOW
Oklahoma City, Nov. ,3. Half of
the returns from Oklahoma indicated
a democratic majority of 4000.
WILSON' DOESNT "WORRY
Washington, Nov. 3. President
Wilson arose early today and did hot
vary his routine. White House offic officials
ials officials said be appeared well as usual.'
CLOUDY SKIES .. FOR CLARK ;
; St. Louis. Nov. 3. -Late returns
continued to, increase the ... republican
lead in Missouri .with Champ Clark
CALIFORNIA FOR HARDING
, San JFrancisco, Nov. 3. Harding's
ead in California was increased by
COX WIRES CONGRATULATIONS
Dayton, Nov. 3. Gov. Cox wired
Senator Harding his 5 congratulations
this morning, pledging his "support
as a citizen io xne execuxive aumo aumo-rity
rity aumo-rity in whatever emergency nfight
ROOSEVELT TO COOLIDGE
New York, Nov. '3. Franklin D.
Rooseveft, 4 congratulating Governor
Coohdge j on his election as vice-
president, ; said : "I ;trust ; the- nation
will grow in prosperity and- in the
unselfish ideals of Americanism which
unprejudiced citizens of all parties
desire." v.;.s, ..;..
A PROPHET IS HONORED. ETC.
Princeton, Nov. 3.-Harding' car
ried President 'Wilson's home district
two to one.
BONDS FALLING BEHIND
(Special to the Star) -Tampa,
Nov. 3.- -Incomplete, re
turns from 66 out of 977 precincts
give the bond amendment 2660 for
and 2793 against.
WOODMEN Of THE WORLD
ts nsauz Fi' oi dta3 2ur zo
K. cf P. hll at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always weIeo&
J. a Bray, C C.
Chaa. K. Sage, Qerk.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge Nth 19, P. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice
Jake Brown, Secretary.
', A. L. Lucas, W. 11.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, X O. O. F-
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola" St. 1 A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers. r
J. D. HcCasHl, N. GJ
XL R. Lcffman; Secretary.
PROGRAM OF RACES AT
MARION COUNTY FAIR
Many Valuable Prizes Offered to. the
Owners of Marion County
, -.. .. '. Horses
. The following program of the races
at the Marion County Fair, Nov. 23rd
to 26th, 1920, "is subject to correction.
Tuesday, November 23rd
Free for all, best two in three,
Mariori county horses, half-
7 mile heats ............... $75.00
Three minute class, best two in
three, Marion county horses,
half-mile 'heats- 1 '.v.. .... .1. $75.00
Half-mile dash, all ages . 20.00
Quarter-mile dash, ponies ... 15.00
Half-mile mule race 10.00
- Comic mule race by prominent rid4
ers. Price (stovepipe) beaver hat.
' Wednesday,' November' 24th
Free for all,, best two in three,
' Marion county horses, half ;
mile heats V..''i ....... $75.00
Three minute class, best two in ; 7-
three; Marion county horses,
half-mile heats ..... . 75.00
Half-mile dash, all ages . r 20.00
Quarter-mile dash, ponies' ... 15.00
Half-mile mule race .......... 10.00
. Comic mule race by 'prominent rid-
ers. rnze siavepipej Deaver oai,
Thursday, November 25th
Free for all, best two' in threes threes-Marion
Marion threes-Marion county horses, one-
mile heats .' .'. . .$125.00
Three minute, class, best two in
three, Marion county horses,
one-mile heats x
Three-quarter mile dash, all
ages .. ..
Half-mile dash, ponies
Three-quarter mile mule race.
Comic mule race by prominent rid'
ers. Price (stovepipe) beaver hat.
Non-winners, best two. in three, -v":
Marion county horses, one
. mile .. ... .............$ 75.00
Three minute class, best two
m tnree, Marion county
horses, one "mile . . V
Half -mile dash for non-winners,
all ages .............
Quarter-mile dash for non non-winners
winners non-winners ponies ; I'.. .... ..
Half-mile mule race, f o non-r
winners ... -.
Comic mule race by prominent rid riders.
ers. riders. Prize (stovepipe) beaver hat.
NOTICE, EASTERN STARS
Thursday afternoon at four o'clock
there will be an oncers' 'practice and
all members are urged to be present,
as Friday the officers will go to Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon to institute a, chapter in that
town. All officers who can go please
notify Mrs. C. E. Simrifons. ,r
Just- arrived York Imperial. Stay-
mon and old time Winesap, Jonathan,
Winter Banana and Delicious apples.
Emperor grapes, Flemish beauty and
Avocado pears, oranges, pecans, Bra Brazil
zil Brazil nuts, cucumbers. souash and oUier
things. W. A. Stroud's. Phone 218. 2t
.; Expensive operation
- (AMocl&ted Pressi
Washington, Nov. 3. Private ope operation
ration operation of the railroads for the first six
months after federal control cost the
government six hundred and fiftysix
million dollars, under the federal
guarantee, according to the Interstate
DEMOCRATS WIN IN DADE
" (Associated Presa)
. Miami, Nov. 2, 11 p. m. Eight out
ot 25 precincts in' Dade county give
10 votes for and 305 against the
bond amendment. Indications are that
a full democratic ticket has been
' Advertising not only builds up your
business but also builds up the town.
opposition By tne KepuBiicans
'! to Have Only Stirred Democrats .tip.
Owing to the length of the ballot,
there being four ballot boxes with
unequal numbers of tickets cast, caus causing
ing causing different sets of inspectors to
finish at widely different times, it is
impossible to tell accurately what the
vte in Ocala is,' twenty hours after
ink polls closed. ;
j Enough as known however, to say
that .both the bond' amendment and
tl e republican ticket were heavily de deft
ft deft ated. y
At least 1408 ..votes were cast, of
w rdch something over 400 were color colored.
ed. colored. This is more than has often been
cast at an election in the entire
ocunty. The colored people were Very
quiet and orderly. They voted mostly
for republican electors and L. R.
Hampton, their candidate for the
legislature. C. W. Hunter, demo democratic
cratic democratic candidate for representative,
received fourteen votes from the ne negroes,
groes, negroes, and L. R. Hampton received
eight votes from the whites. The col colored
ored colored people voted heavily against the,
hijee 1 majority, and against the
amendment at least five to one.
Returns from several country pre precincts
cincts precincts showed' about the same pro proportion
portion proportion as in the city democratic
and against bondsv. ; 4 -iMr.
R. B. Meffert was elected coun county,
ty, county, commissioner by a large majority
It will take a long time to tabulate
the result of the election, but enough
is -known to make it certain the state
went democratic by a big majority,
and from all returns available, the
bond amendment is defeated Alachua
county went against it ajmost as
heavily as Mariott. i 1
: ;. (Special)
Tampa, Nov. 3. Eighty-nine scat
tered precincts of the state incomplete
give'for the amendment 3710; against,
GEO. W. STEVENS
Richmond, Nov. 3. Geo. W: Stev Stevens,
ens, Stevens, president of the Chesapeake &
Ohio railway, dropped dead today at
White Sulphur Springs' He had been
ill since the death of his son ra 1918.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
; f OF TRAINS EN" OCALA
f l Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.!. 2:09 a. m
Leave for Tampa.,....-.. 2:10a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville 1:30 p.m.
Leave for Tampa......... 1:50 p. m
Arrive from Jacksonville. 4:04 p. m.
Leave for Tampa ..... 4:05 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa.. ..... 2:14a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. ; 2:15 a. m.
Arrive-from Tampa........ 1:35p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa.....';. 4:04 n. m.
Leave for Jacksonville. 4 :C5 p. m.
. Atlantic Coast Line
Leave for St. Petersburg. .'2:49 a. m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34 p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3: So p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10 :12p.m.
Leave for Leesbursr....... 10:13 p.aa.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:11 ft. m.'
Leave for Jacksonville'.... Z :12a.m.
Arrive from St. PetersbUTg l:5p.m.
Leave for, Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.
Arrive from Leesburg. 6:41 a. ra.
Arrive from Jacksonville. 6:43 a.-nv
Leaye for Jacksonville. .6:42 a. m.
Arrive from Homosassa. L25 p. m.
Leave for Homosassa.. ,.. 3:25 p.m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday. 11:50 a. m.
Leave for Gainesville, dafly
except Sunday ........ 4:45p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. from Lakeland,- Toes- y
day, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p.m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. T,:10 a. m,
Arrive frQm Wilcox," Mon-'
day- Wednesday, Friday. 6:45 p.m.
b, a. Masons
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8. p. m.
$ ;.- H. S. Wesson, TL P.
Jake Brown Secretary
I lI' lilL
; PROTECTION OF SAVINGS
Ponzi ligh Finance ; Fiasco Tau ght
People of Boston a Needed
"" .-. Lesson: .. -.
' (Associated Press)
Boston, Nov. 2 An Organization
to promote. thrift and to protect sav-
ings has been incorporated here as an
outgrowth of the war-time -conservation
campaigns and the recent ponzi
high finance fiasco. It will be known
as the Association for the promotion
and Protection of Savings and will
combine with .the encouragement of
safe investment an educational pro program
gram program to combat quick-rich schemes.
At the head of the association is
Alfred L. Aikert; former governor of
the federal reserve bank in this city.
Those associated with him include
leaders in the -thrift, liberty loan and
other campaigns of recent yearsThe
association will co-operate with the
fwork of l.he
savings division of the
treasury department, but its activities
will be distinct from any government
branch. .- ..
The educational department will
te divided into "school and home "eco "economic
nomic "economic sections, the former covering
education in thrift in. colleges, public,,
private, parochial normal and voca-i
tional schools and the latter workirig
with women's organizations, fraternal
bodies,' the array and navy, the' pro professions
fessions professions and,, the churches'.
The business department will be
divided into industrial and commer commercial,
cial, commercial, agricultural and banking sec sections.
tions. sections. The industrial and commercial
section will work with labor unions,
associated, industries, the wholesale
and retail trades, Americanization
committee and ; the Young: Men's
Christian Association industrial sec secretaries.
retaries. secretaries. The agricultural section will
be concerned ,with the granges and
farm bureaus and the banking section
will have its work with the savings,
rational, trust company and co-opera
tive banks,. insurance and investment
banking accounts and trust com
OUTBREAK AT OCOEE 1
Orlando, Nov. 3. A negro named
Perry was hung from a tree and hisj
body riddled vith bullets after a night 1
of rioting near here, starting when a
negro went to the polls armed with
a shotgun because he was not allowed
to vote, not having paid his poll taxes.
Two white men are dead and an un unknown
known unknown number of negroes are dead.
Orlando, Nov. 2. -Reported race
riot at Ocoee, nine miles west. Trou Trouble
ble Trouble came from unregistered negroes
who approached the polling place in
a body and demanded ballots. Reports
say one nego was killed," and Sam
Saulsbury, former chief of police of
Orlando, wounded in the arm. Fifty
carloads of men left Orlando to help
APPLICATION FOR PARDON
Notice is hereby given that I, R. B.
Duff, intend to apply to the state
board of pardons, at its next meeting,
Nov. 9 and 10, 1920, at Tallahassee,
Florida, for a pardon from, the sen sentence
tence sentence pronounced on me in the cir circuit
cuit circuit court of Marion county, at Ocala,
Fla., June 2, 1920. R.'B. Duff.
Raif ord, Fla, 'Oct. 9, 1920. wedl4t
OCALA LODGE NO. ZSS B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop,.;: 113 Main street. ;'
.t: -:, C Miller, E U :
E. J. Crcok. Secretary.
Advertising builds business.
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' FOR CHILDREN
Mrs.' H H. Black entertained at a
beautifully appointed Hallowe'en
party Monday afternoon at'i;he home
of her parents, Mr. and Mnu George
Martin, in compliment to h.r s;nall
niece, Irnette Wilson. About fifteen
of Irnette's .closest little playmates
were, present, and for several hours
they enjoyed themselves at all kinds
cf games such as fortune telling, bob bobbing
bing bobbing for "apples, etc.
he dining room was attractively
decorated .in Hallowe'en colors and
pumpkins. In the center of the din dining
ing dining room table was placed the lovely lovely-ornamented
ornamented lovely-ornamented birthday cake bearing six
candles as it was. Imette s sixth
Each little guest was given an
unique Hallowe'en souvenir, which
caused much merriment. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments were served and shortly after
the guests departed, having had one
of the happiest times of their young young-lives.
FARM NOTES BY
THE COUNTY AGENT
Interesting .to cane syrup produc--ers
-is the announcement from the de department
partment department of agriculture at Urashing Urashing-tcn
tcn Urashing-tcn that a, process has beeri worked
opt by the bureau of chenxlstry for
making,, syrup that will not ferment
or turn to sugar.' We have, a letter
from the chief chemist, e:tr laining
the process and offering: to give dem demonstrations
onstrations demonstrations of tHe.v method; to the
farmers of this county if they are in interested
terested interested As soon tas definite plans
for these demonstrations" can be
worked out, we will i advertise s the
meeting places and date3. V
The great trouble-with syrup has
been that ivhen made thin enough not
t, crystaHize, it would ferment in
summer and when made thick so as
to prevent fermentation fit would
turn to sugar. Either trouble is an
obstacle to handling syrup in bulk and
has made necessary the practice of
using air-tight containers with pro proper
per proper sterilization. The new m thod
involves the use of a little extract of
yeast when the cane juice is boiled
down half way to syrup arid leaving
it to stand unfinished, for twelve
hours when ie cooking hi resumed
and carried 4 on m the regniar way.
i The extra expense is very small, but
extra barrels or tanws wilf be requir-
cd, and a second kettle or. pan where
a large' amount of syrup js to be
,Now is the time to select the hens
for laying the eggs from which to
raise pullets next year. The hens
that have been laying all summer
and fall and have not yet fully moult moulted
ed moulted are the good layers. They haven't
shed their feathers because they have
been laying. Those hens, that molted
along from July to September are the
poor layers. They shed o:f then -because
they stopped laying and had
nothing else to do. They will never
be pVofitable egg producers and
should be eaten. or sold. Mark the
good laying hens so they will be
known in the spring, and save eggs
from them to raise pullets,
Scuppernong grape vines should be
pruned as ; soon as the leaves have
fallen for the reason that there will
be less bleeding then than at any
other time of the year. Thinning cat
the vines improves the crop of grapes
and tends to lengthen the life of the
plant If-a larger vine is Wanted, the
arbor should be added" to as fast as
the limbs grow -out. If the young
branches are allowed to hang down,
the vine is checked in its growth and
will never attain much site.
. County Agent.
' ; ;
Dont' fail' to visit the Guarantee
Clothffij? & Shoe Cosiny. Ersry-
I thins? we sell is guaranteed.' 77e'r3
ightins f or'QUALITT r--i. p
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OCALA EVENING STAS, WEDNESDAY KOYEXEZS 2 123
BUREAU EXHIBIT AT
FLORIDA STATE FAID
Government Experts Demonstrate Thf
Methods of Forecasting Weather
Jacksonville. Fla. Visitors to the
Florida State Fair this year, Novembei
IS-2 7, wlU be afforded ah opportunity
to see how the weather man works
aid the tools he uses in "making
'Making Up the Daily Weather Map in
Weather Bureau Exhibit.
.The way la vhieh the weather bu-rer-.ujs
able to ''forecast strr, .frosts
floods fcr the protects 'of agri agriculture''
culture'' agriculture'' commerce and navigation will
be jelearly 'demonstrated aid explained
by trained raen eent to Jacksonville
or the purpose -frera the Bureau at
iVa shington. v
': In connection with-the damonstra damonstra-t
t damonstra-t Jon the weather burea.u will display
ts daily, .weather map showing local
wsather conditions from day to day.
This exhibit will be not. only iastruc
Its but intensely interesting.
HAD GEtilU.S FOB .IHVJEHTIOH
Man Who Began' Lifa as a Prairie
Sheep Herder Made Most Re-
1 v It is probable that Walter Turner
t was the world's most "prolific lnyenjor.
'Starting life as a shepherd on- a
prairie sheep ranch In the far West
he knew nothing of the mechanics of
railway engineering. Qne day, how how-''isver,
''isver, how-''isver, while, U-ndirtg his sheep on the
' -prairie la" the neighborhood of a rail?
-way, Turner came to where, the ruins
.of a train were scattered, and among
the' fragments he picked up as a curi curi-;o3ity"a
;o3ity"a curi-;o3ity"a vital pah of the Westihghouse
brake.. 1 This he was allowed to carry
",-away. During his lonely life on the
prairie he would ponder over the
mechanism of this brake. His chance
- came when, having failed ,as a sheep
i: farmer, he got a Job as a wheel tapper
cn the railway? ultimately being pro promoted
moted promoted tb the engine shops. A" series
of inventions, improving brakes- pat pat-.
. pat-. ented by the company led to his fur further
ther further advancement. Mr. Westinghouse,
who took him into his works, finally
.-made him. the head of the engineering
'.department. Westinghouse patented
two hundred Inventions,- but the shep shepherd
herd shepherd from, the prairies patented four
hundred. Westinghouse made an1 air airbrake
brake airbrake that, would control fifty rallwiry
.carriages; Turner improved it till It
; -would control a hundred. Whai'r he
:4!ed it was said that the iralue'of the
Shepherd's inventions to the world
was over thirty-five millIon, dollars In
' -iroid. ;
HPVT inn l fx i i t i h nAitiirri
Card Thing to Forjet What On Has
i Done, and Look Forward to
James J. Hill, who possessed a phe phenomenal
nomenal phenomenal memory, said It Is easy to
remember things you are Interested
What to do, therefore, Is to discern
what tilings are useful, what things
one 'ought to be Interested In, and
then forget the others.
That sounds easy, but It Isn't easy,
aa we all know. However, If we try,
wa may accomplish something. If we
don't, .we won't, :v
, Let's see, therefore, 'what are some
of the -things we ought .'to fojrgefc'
First, and most Important of all, fcr
get that brilliant record you made at
school or that wonderful sale you
made which caused all the beys to
taiz, or that remarkable piece of work
you did which won ,y our raise of pay
Forget the big things yon did yes
terday or last year.
Forget all about the time you
topped the Hat and were made a- fus3
'Forget that" you are (in your own
- eyes) a wonder, a world beater.
Water that has-gone over the mill-
wheel : can v grind no more corn.';:"; '; ;
Forget what you have, already done
and J address all r -ynr mind and
strength and; talent to the next Job.
Forbes Magazine' (New tbrk).
V When Thunder Roars.
When caught In a thunderstorm,
-don't rush for any, shelter.
Remember that any tall, isolated ob object,
ject, object, such as a tree or a flagstaff, or
even a tall building, is liable to .at .attract
tract .attract lightning, and for that' reason
-should :;be.,avoided.';;v :;;;: ,:.:v;,: ;-';
If trees are chosen as shelters dur during
ing during a storm, select a group In prefer preference
ence preference to one standing by Itself, and
avoid the highest.
Never run to escape the rain, as a
flash Is likely to.be diverted to the vi vicinity
cinity vicinity of the air thus set In rapid
, In a house, keep away from open
windows It is best td shut them
and' fireplaces. 7
It Is safer to be soaked by the rain
uc cnosen by the light
ning In preference to. the wearer, and
the wearer In preference to his dry
The Calling of Wild Geese.
There are certain bird notes which
strike strange chords, whose vibrations
are lost in a mist of dreams.,1 remem remember
ber remember a little runaway boy who stood
in a clover field In a gray twilight
and heard the clanging calls of wild
geese shouting down, from midsky.
Frightened, he ran home a vast distance
at least the width of two fields. As he
ran there seemed to come back to him
the memory of a forgotten dream, if It
were a' dream, in which he lay In an another
other another land on a chill hillside. Over Overhead
head Overhead in the darkness passed a burst
of triumphant music and the strong
singing, of voices not Of this earth.
From that "day" lhe trumpet notes of
the Wild geese bring back through the
fog of the drifting years that same
dream to him who heard them first in
that 'far away, long ago clover field.
It was tiie Italian physician Sal Sal-vlcnl
vlcnl Sal-vlcnl who devised a mlcrobalance of
such extreme delicacy that it clearly
demonstrates the loss of weight of
musk by volltallzation. Thus, the In Invisible
visible Invisible perfume" floating off In the air
is Indirectly weighed. Xe essential
part of the apparatus Is a very thin
thread of glass fixed at one end and
"extended horizontally. r The mlcro
scoplc objects' to "be;: weighed are;
placed 'on the glass thread nearIts
free end and the amount of flexure
produced is observed with the micro microscope
scope microscope magnifying. 100 y diameters. A
mote weighing one one-thousandth of
a milligram perceptibly bends the
SURE THAT AFJIT.JALS'1 DREAM
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Cmlnent Authorities Have Gone' on
Record, Though It Has Been
Subject, of Dispute.
' Aristotle's history of animals de declares
clares declares that horses, oxea; sheep, goats,
dogs and all viviparous "quadrupeds
dream. Pliny-, in' his natural history
'specifies the same. 'animals. Buff on
describes the dreams of- animals. Mac Mac-nlslT
nlslT Mac-nlslT calls attention "to the fact that
horses neigh and fear In their sleep,
and affirms that cows and sheep, es especially
pecially especially at the period of rearing their
young dream. ,"! ":
Darwin, in the "Descent ,of Man,"
says' that "dos, 'cats, horses and
probably all the higher animals, seren
blrdis, as is stated on good authority,
have vivid dreams, and this is shown
by their movements and voice."
George John Romanes, in his "Men "Mental'
tal' "Mental' Evolution in Animals," says that
the fact-, that dogs dream Is prover proverbial,
bial, proverbial, and quotes Seneca and Lucretius,
and furnishes proof from Dr. 'Lauder
Lindsay, an eminent authority, that
horses dream. .Bechstein holds that
the bullfinch dreams, and gives a case
where the dream took on the char character
acter character of a nightmare, and the blxd fell
from I ts perch, and four great author authorities
ities authorities say that ; dreaming i becomes so
vivid as to lead to : somnambulism.
Guer gives a case of somnambulistic
Watch dog which prowjed In search
of Imaginary strangers or- fowls, and
exhibited toward them a. whole series
of pantomimic- .actions, Including
barking. Dry den says: "The little
birds In dreams the -songs repeat"
SHREWD IDEA IN POLITICS
Pictures of Presidential Candidate
on Letter Heads Was a Popular
Thing In 1S40.
Back In the early 'days of the re republic
public republic It was considered a fine idea
to decorate paper with the portraits
of presidential candidates. la this way j
the letter writer showed riot, only his
preference, but tried to Influence his
correspondents for nis Candidate, re remarks
marks remarks the New York Sun. A fine ex example
ample example of this sort of political propa propaganda
ganda propaganda was unearthed recently In New
York. It dates back to 1S40, when
WIlliam Henry Harrlsoa was running
for president on the Whig ; ticket
against Martin Van Buren, Democrat.
, The letterhead shows the two sides
of .the gold medal awarded by con congress
gress congress to General Harrison for his serv services
ices services In the War of 1812. The picture
, to the left shows a medallion portrait
of General Harrison, while the one at
the right depicts the Goddess of Lib Liberty,
erty, Liberty, armed with a spear, placing a
wreath of laurel on an Indian, tepee.
This -Utter was Intended as a com compliment
pliment compliment to the, general for his success
In fighting against the British and In Indians.
dians. Indians. 1
Under the pictures of the two sides
of the medal, is a, copy of the resolu-
tlon .. of f congress conferring the med
als on General Harrison and Isaac
Shelby, ."ljte governor ,of t Kentucky,
J;:v- - -.: ;n 1
Improvised Gun Has Kick.
- The Burma government forbids the
natives to have guns In their posses possession,
sion, possession, and prohibits trading in arrows
and ammunition. But. the native's In Ingenuity
genuity Ingenuity enables him to get around, this.
He will find a piece of gasplpe some
where, fit a rude stock to It and "a
crude primer and hammer, and will
use safety matches in lieu of powder.
He cuts off the heads of about two
boxes of matches and puts them Into
the Improvised barrel. He then rams
his shot home and Is ready for' busi business.
' And let me tell you, If you never
tried to shoot with such a gun, don't
evei- do so. Why, an express rifle la
about as klckless as a .22 caliber Flo-
bert cosinardd wj.ta .this, Imorcrvised
. j .. f i tj i if t Sit
" .. .4n- yr sri r S r x
. : -S J ... Lri! I h! j lj r i : j :
shotgun! 1 tried sTiool5fg ode once
upon a time and the thing almost
kicked my shoulder off.- National Geo Geographic
graphic Geographic Bulletin.
yy Getting Rid of a Knot.
It Is often a difficult business to
get rid of knots, especially If these are
of long standing. By following the
plan Indicated It Is a simple matter
to free the hardest knots, whether
these be In straps, harness, rope, cord
or anything of a similar nature. As a
first step place the knot on some hard
surface and give It a. good hammer hammering
ing hammering on all; sides with a mallet or a
thick piece of wood. Now boil up a
little water with soap In It sufficient
to make rather a cloudy solution.
Then soak the knot for two or three
minutes In the liquid. At the end of
this time it' will be found that It can
be quite ; easily untied, often en ough
with the ''fingers..' The loosening can
be done with some sharp Implement
Among the mast curious and Inter Interesting
esting Interesting of natural phenomena are those
pertaining to the mutual relationships
of common organisms. : Two. plants,
two animals, or a plant and an ani animal,
mal, animal, may' live together for their mu mutual
tual mutual benefit. ; Very often one of the
partners gets food for the combination.
-while the other receives protection.
This Is the arrangement that subsists
between tropical plants and certain
species of : ants which live : and feed
in their hollow stems, and In return
drive away other insects that would
do damage. ...
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. Real Success.
"Uncle George, what Is success In
fife?" asked ; the small boy.
Uncle George It's &ttia..!tiier.folk
to think as highly o y-ou as you think
V. vourself. London Blighty. ;
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1 British' Coal Abundant-
For her sizeGreat Britain has more
t and better coal than any pther ; coun-
urj m uue ; woriu. xue coai ; seams,
lying one J below another to .an un unknown
known unknown depth,, not Infrequently; cropping-out
"at the. surface, are proof that
tropical conditions once prevailed In
the latitude of these Islands. The
district which Is now Great Britain
was connected In primeval times with
the continent, and the coal of England
doubtless runs under the channel and
th southern part of the North sea,
continuing in the coal fields of north north-era"
era" north-era" France, Belgium and Flanders,
. Plant That Coughs. r
Botanists have records of carnlvo-
roai olaats which eat even mice: there
... .. i
. .WW awn.
are laughing ana we'epmg nower;uu
now, according' to the Journal de', la la-Sante;
Sante; la-Sante; there Is in the tropics a "cough "coughing
ing "coughing plant." Its fruit is like the com common
mon common bean. It is easily aroused to an anger,
ger, anger, and. what Is more strange, has a
horror of all kinds of dust. As soon a
a few grains fall on the leaves the
stomates or air-veils, which are' thw
breathing organs, fill with gas, puff
out and throw off the dust with slight
explosions like the cough of a child.
St. Rita -was canonized' In 1900.
She Is called the saint of the Impossible.'-and
-Is generally pictured holding
a bunch of roses. ; When she ':.was
dying. It was in the winter and cold,
and she asked one of the nuns at her
befs!de to go to the garden to pick
her a ri?se. Those '. about her bed
thought that her mind was wandering,
but one of them, as a matter of form,
went to the. garden, and. behold, on
one of the bushes was a beautiful
: This Hustling Age.
Of course we are all the creatures
of our age. The luxuries of yesterday
become the need3 of today. If we
were suddenly, transported Into the
days of our grandparents,' we would
find the '. manner of life unbearable.
They traveled by stage or on foot, and
arrived on time. Today the fastest
express trains scarcely meet our need3,
and we are continually seeking for
faster means of transportation and
JUNIOR RED CROSS
' ACTIVE IN EUROPE
milk for anaemic Greek babies, car-j
penters tools for Crecho-Slovakian j
cnppies tnese are oniy.a lew or tne
gifts that young Americans are send sending
ing sending to the war-crushed children of the
Old World. :-'-
Through the Junior Red Cros9 the
boys and girls .of 'the United States
are giving a fresh start In life to little5
war orphans scattered all over Europe.
They have set up orphans homes In
France, school colonies In Belgium and
Montenegro, and day schools In Al Albania.
bania. Albania. 1
' They are sending dozens of young
Syrians, Montenegrins, and Albanians
to American colleges In Constantinople
and Beirut, and maintaining more than
a hundred orphans of French soldiers
at colleges "and trade schools. In or orphanages
phanages orphanages "and farm schools upland
. dowa the peninsula of Italy there are
fej-i7 500 wards of Americas Juniors.
: :': W
rassc-rry structuro in. ihs
world. The shaft Is 533 ft.
high, ani the total weight
is fe3,45 gross. tons. An
elevatcr, also a stairway of
SOO tteps, lsad3 to the topi
TIU comparison of strike
inj magnitude emphasize t
tin popularity of
CUERO COLA th
' drink that has vron ih$
favor of millions ihrovgh
. lis superior quality, per perfect
fect perfect pjtritjf crd dtlicioys
last, winter a tnousaira rreacn cnu cnu-dren
dren cnu-dren from the Inadequate shelters of
the'devasted regions were sent by the
Junior Red Crass to spen'd the cold
months la warmer parts, of France!
At the same time five thousand little
pelglans were having a hot lunch, every
day at Junior Red Cross school canteens.-'
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American school) children have al already
ready already raised -something like a million
dollars for these enterprises and they
art still hard at work.
; In China, through campaigns of. ed education
ucation education the Junior Red Cross is help helping
ing helping to combat widely prevalent blind blindness
ness blindness and cholera. : ;
RED CROSS RELIEF
IN CENTRAL EUROPE
But for timely assistance of the
American, Red Crqss daring the last
year, a large proportion of the 20,000, 20,000,-00
00 20,000,-00 population of the Balkan States
might have starved or perished from
disease or exposure. Six million dol dollars
lars dollars .worth cf food, clothing and medi medical
cal medical supplies Lava been ssnt to the Bal Bal-lans
lans Bal-lans Roumaala, Bulgaria, Albania,
Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia and Greece
since the beginning of Red Cros re-
lief operations In Central Europe,
while millions of dollars worth of food
alone has been tent to the needy la
these states. ; '.
The money expended by; the Red
Cross In this stricken portion of Eu Europe
rope Europe has been used to set up hospitals,
orphanages, dispensaries, mobile medi medical
cal medical units and to help In thi general re reconstruction
construction reconstruction of devastated areas. Amer Amer-Ilcan
Ilcan Amer-Ilcan tractors and other farming Imple Implements
ments Implements have been sent to. the agricul agricul-'.tural
'.tural agricul-'.tural regions where aid has been giv given
en given In plowing the land.
By the 'last of this year probably
ail American Red Cross agencies ad administering
ministering administering relief ,In Central Europe
will have withdrawn. By that time, It
Is believed, the people will have ap ap-"proached
"proached ap-"proached a normal state of living and
will be able through their own agencies
which the Red Cross has helped set
up ta provide for themselves.--
;Z Suddenly famous.
MaJ. Hugh Thomas, O. D. EL. the
Englishman 'who recently bought the
complete town of MUford Haven for
a Quarter of a. million sterling, had
probably never been heard of by the
man in the street before. Another in incident
cident incident In which a "surprise million millionaire"
aire" millionaire" figured occurred some years back
when China wanted a loan of $50,000, $50,000,-000.
000. $50,000,-000. A lender turned up in Mr. Birch
Crisp of whom practically no one had
ever heard, but who soon became fa famous
mous famous when seven great powers, in including
cluding including Great Britaintook Immediate
steps to prevent him advancing the
yaww'- wy-w-1 iff-1- it m -yi
GOOD ROADS WORK HAS -PROniNENT
' GOVERNMENT EXHIBIT ',
Government Cirplay tt Ui& Ps.lt
Lays Stress On flcad
JacksonvC'3, Fla. Good, rca-53 ra-2113'
la the development cf Florida's woa.
derful rescuixes' and every c-r,3 la t!;3
state is directly; or indirectly Interest
ed In their devolcpment.
The office cf rural engine eris, bu bureau
reau bureau of public roada, of the Uaitxd
stateii department cf agriculture, has
prepared a highly interesting' and-
Etructive display, rr.ado..up cf nodslj;
cross sections, of various types cf
road, charts, Ehow&ar la 'coadenstd
form the resulti of wide experimeatar
tlnn and actual photographs cf tis
changes wrought through ths cca cca-Etruction
Etruction cca-Etruction of good road3.
This exhibit ; has tzz& secured tj
the Florida State Fair, to be held L -v-ra,
November 1S-2T, and may be ieen dur during
ing during ths entire period ot the Fair.
.There axe few sections of tha'cstis tha'cstis-try
try tha'cstis-try where the subject bf good roads
is of more vital interest than hers
In Florida, both from the standpoint
of pleasure and commercial traffic, ai
this remarkable road tailSics dsaca-
etration by the Government i3.sure to
attract "wide attention.
: : j -When Mfs Lwc Turned.
Ah extraprdinary case of good for fortune,
tune, fortune, culminating In the completely
unexpected, was that in which ar Dur Durham
ham Durham miner escaped death twice la jAt
disasters, and finally came into a
chancery fortune of $500,000. At the
time of the receipt of the 1 news, cf
1 this astonishing' windfall he was'-actu
ally on his way to apply for parish re relief
lief relief for himself and his family.
-.Old 'Age Greatest In-'Csrhla." -Serbia
13 the. country of centenari centenarians.
ans. centenarians. One man in every 2,600 reaches
100 years. 'Ireland ranks next, with
one in every 8,150. Out of every 43, 43,-000
000 43,-000 Spanlardii one, is a centenarian.
In England, Scotland and Wales one
In 177,000 ; In France one In 1S0.7C-0
and Switzerland, with all Its reputed
heal thf tilncss, seems not to posses!
Part cf the Came.
,'A referee has. lodd a complaint
against the football club on whose
grounds he vjas assaulted by several -spectators
who disagreed with his decisions.-'
Although sympathizing 'with
him we fear Ids attempt to rob our na national
tional national game of Its most sporting ele element
ment element will not meet with general ap approval.
proval. approval. Punch, Lcc'Sa.
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flEDY i TOWf! i
Red Cross Has Placed Seventy-Four Nurses In 'Southern Communitie
And Hopes, to Increase Number Through
Fourth Roll Call.
OCA LA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER- 3, 1320
CTi IB JPSk r
1 11" B3F
La S i
sr1' II 'I I i 1 1 J
nr'f : iff
f i A. J. Noble & Company of Cordele, Georgia, are shipping us s
: r v iviuies, iu norses ana mares 10 oe soia ai aucqon to tne mgnest Dia- s
r 1 der regardless of price These animals are not plugs, but good f
i smooth work stock, four to eight years old, from the devastated
: j cotton fields of Georgia. Animals may be inspected in bur bam be- s
11 fore sale at cornor of Ft. King and Main Street.
USING THE SUN AS A STOVE
Device Invented by American Scien Scientist
tist Scientist U Acknowledged Valuable t
, : Fuel Saver. i
Baklnj bead 'and jroatloiftncat on
the summit of a mouot'ain without fuel
Is possible, by' he tni& of a device;
ponian institution, Waflifiigton; D.'C.
The intensity of 'the sun's avs is har
nessed, the unusual energy is, capital capitalized,
ized, capitalized, and food can fe Vooked beyond
the line of perpetual snows.
' An i.astranacatetTnirrorv atj: -the
receiving and meas'urinj? the energy
; wi nit; buii iu.vo. jiiwuia iiLi; r uiai in
snnmer the solar -luminary transmits
;qpOn each acre of land energy equir-
alent tf 7,500 horse-power.
Tlie1" so-tef med "solar cooker" con consists
sists consists of a half-cylinder of Iron lined
' with mirror glass,' tyhlcli catches the
rays of the sun and. concentrates them
tipon a metal tube, that 13 the half half-cylinder's
cylinder's half-cylinder's axis. The tube contains oil.
which expands and becomes lighter, by
the beat as it passes through the tuba.
The. latter Is continued to form a loop
a sort of endless chain.
Passing through tie loop. Use oil
ceois. uowever, tne sxm s neat icrcmg
the oil through the portion of the tube
Inside the half-cylinder, compels the
cooled oil to follow It, otherwise there
would be a vaccua. So while the etui
" chines there is a continuous circcla circcla-.tlca
.tlca circcla-.tlca cf oO. The "loop" passes throcgSx
a box which contains an oven. Umt
Srom tho oil warms tho oren and dbea
the ,es!red cooMnj. :- ::.
POSITION CALLS FOB .-ABILITY
Cncllshmm Chown to Admlnfcter Af-
fains In'. Jerusalem Ha ; Been";
:-: Given a Hard Taelc
The See of coveroo? of Jerusalem,
once occupied by Pontius Pilate, ts
now held by OoL Ronald Storrs, a
graduate of Cambridge xmlversity and
eon of the dean of Rochester college,
His task Is one to test the adminis administrative
trative administrative ability of any man.' Jerusalem
la a city of disunions, where what what-lever
lever what-lever may come of the future, for
the moment Zionists and Arabs are
passionately divided, and to steer a
just path between them and Induce
them to Join him on that path la thank thankless
less thankless work. v
It is to that task, however, that he
cnlefly devotes himself. Twice a week
he has meetings of his favorite pro pro-Jerusalem
Jerusalem pro-Jerusalem society, where French, Ital Italians,
ians, Italians, British. Americans, rshbia.' ZUs-
iis, ieaaers commercial meti'of staiia-'
Ing and others who' are In any way
prominent In the life of the city are
brought together and In ; the course
of idebate- iledito7 see that they have
in common a. single citizenship.' Ills
motto as governor is unify and be
Colonel Storrs was pne of the prime
movers m tne esiaruisnmenT or an ; in independent
dependent independent Arab kingdom. ; He Is thirty-eighth
years' old.; 1 i ?
Searching for the Point. ;
John George, executive secretary
of the!pHlgh 'street ; M. :B.-'.church of
Muncie, who is a- Scot was listening
attentively to. a story about ; two fish fishermen
ermen fishermen who had ?bee" having good
luck fishing from? a boat In a lake.
They wished to remember the spot
where they had caught the fish, but
looking shoreward they saw. no land landmark
mark landmark that would assist them La find finding
ing finding the spot on another day.
, Flna11y.w r said the story teller,
"one of them had a happy thought
and cut a notch in hi3 boa.t at this
v The crowd laughedV except George,
who appeared puzzled. Finally, he,
too, : burst out laughing.
"I was Just thlnkIng,,, he explained,
what a good Joke It would have been
on those fishermen If the next day
they were unable to get the same
boat P Indianapolis News.
Incendiary Buneta, :; .'T'
The Incendiary bullets used during
the war, mostly fired from machine
guns carried by airplanes, were la
effect miniature high explosive sheila.
Those supplied to our armies (mil (millions
lions (millions of them were made at the Frank Frank-ford
ford Frank-ford arsenal-were of brass, hollowed
out to hold a composition of which
the principal Ingredient was t barium
nitrate. To set this off, each bullet
had a priming charge of magnesium
end red lead.'-, W5"- -ys
An ordinary rifle bullet, of course
la solid. The Incendiary bullet is of
wholly different construction, though
of the same caliber, being meant to
carry .flame. Its discharge sets fire
to the explosive stuff contained In It.
Kansas City Star.
, Hew Grade of Rubber.
... Chrysll, a new high grade rubber. Is
vulcanized without difficulty. It Is pro produced
duced produced by the (rysothamnus, or, rab rabbit
bit rabbit bush,, a genus of shrubs yielding
In different species from 1,93 to 233
per cent, and in one Individual plant
as high as 6w57. Of Chrysothamnus
nauseosus, the chief species, 22 varf varf-eties
eties varf-eties are known, 12 of them contain containing
ing containing chrysil. The plants are large
shrubs, maturinff In six or elctit years.
flD ill 1
1 i 1
with an average weignr or rour
to six pounds, and abound In many
parts of North. America. The rubber
occurring ; In the, cells and not as a
latex concentrates near the soli line.
' ': A Strike. ; '' '-.
Til show 'em." said the ben as she
; kicked 'the porcelain egg out of tlie
.nest. ; ; v-:-;f:;
: They can't mate a brick layer out
of me. Carnegie' Puppet. V -l
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LONDON MOURNS FOR fTS KIWI
Only Apiteryx In England' It N o More
-Wingless Bird Is Believed r r
' Nearly Extinct. rf 5 i
The total extinction in England of
the kiwi (or apteryx) has become a
reality. The Lqndon Daily Mall an announces'
nounces' announces' th death of the Regent's
park zoo's only specimen. The ispeciea Is
nearly extinct in New Zealamd how,
but the British Zoological society has
written to the New ; Zealand govern government
ment government asking if Just one more kiwi can
be spared from the Island sanctuary.
Zoologists will mourn the loss of the
dwarf i wingless ostrich more than, the
zoo visitors,' for not one in ten thou thousand
sand thousand ever saw tt while It lived there
more than cine years. Th keeper
would turn out this xueerest of birds
every now and then, but the Jong Jong-billed
billed Jong-billed bundle cf apathy and sleepiness
scrambled back Into Its box as soon
as released. ; v-v
A curious point about h kiwi la
the fact that Its nostrils are fit the tip
of Its long worm-hunting beak, and In
the ardour of the chase It emits aa
unpleasant snuffling noise. Its mating
can is a pig-like squeal.
' England Is responsible for the vir virtual
tual virtual extinction of this rare bird. Brit British
ish British ships brought rats & New ; Zea Zealand,
land, Zealand, so weasels were sent to extermi exterminate
nate exterminate the rats. When they had nearly
wiped out the kiwi, the New Zealand
government found a rail ess Island and
consecrated It to the poor bird. But
the problem of saving, an Idiot bird
that puts all Its eggs into one shell,
so to speak, was a difficult one. The
kiwi laid one egg a season, nearly as
big as Itself. Exceptional "mothers
would lay two eggs and then find It
almost Impossible to hatch both, as
the ends would project' out "beyond
their feathers as they sat on them.
Strassbarga Famous Cathedral.
Strassburg, capital of Alsace, called,
the bulwark of the Holy Roman Em Empire
pire Empire by .Emperor Maximilian L Is
famed for its cathedral and pate de
fole gras and prized for its commercial
and military importance. Its cathe cathedral,
dral, cathedral, .sipse buildinst extended over
As the time approaches for the
Fourth Roll Call of the American Red
Cross, which takes place from Novem November
ber November 11 to 25, many people all over
the country are asking how their last
year's membership fees have been
spent and what are the organization's
plans for the fuurel Full statements
have been made from time to time,
and the financial records of the Red
Cross both in the chapters and for na national
tional national work are always open to the
public, but many people have neither
time nor inclination to study them,
and the simple statement hat public
health nursing is one of the most im important
portant important phases of the Red Cross pro
? gram means little to a person who has
not made a special study of the work.
It is necessary to understand just
what a Red Cross public health nurse
means to some specific community to
realize the Importance of what the or?
ganization is doing. Take the little
mountain town of Highlands, N. C
for instance, a summer resort with a
i winter, pdpulation of about three hun hundred
dred hundred people, situated on a table-land
. on the side of a mountain, eighteen
miles from a railroad over roads that
, are practically impassable tor" about!
eight months" in the year. Highlands
has no hospital, no dentist, no trained
nurses and only one physician, bpt
' it has a Red Cross chapter. And la6t
".year, the Red Cross- Chapter applied
, for a public health nurse, that is.; a
graduate trained nurse who has taken
special post-graduate training in pub public
lic public health work. The Nursing Depart Department
ment Department of the Southern Division sent
"Miss Margaret Harry, a nurse who
had been trained under a Red Cross
scholarship and who thoroughly un-
derstood mountain' conditions, to fill
' the ptace. .1 -;; ". '-
One of Miss Harry's first moves af
ter she became acquainted with the
people and won their confidence was
to open a Health Center. Health Cen Center
ter Center is another term that means little
to the person who has not-seen one
in 'operation. 1 The Red Cross Health
''Center' at 'Highlands is the "lower floor
of the" Masonic Temple, donated, rent
tree, by the Masons for that purpose.
' It Is separated into three rooms and
a. hall by partitions which Miss Harry
buijt herself because of the scarcity
of labor. One of the rooms is a rest
room and general clinic Here are
the scales for weighing and the appa
rour; centuries, says a Tsationai uee uee-graphlc
graphlc uee-graphlc society bulletin, typifies the
diverse Influences to which the city
has. been subjected. The facade, es especially
pecially especially presents a singularly happy
union of the northern France and
German style of cathedral architecture.
No Law Schools In England.
England today has no law school in
existence. Harvard's Law school Is
not only the oldest existing law school
In the United States, but It la the
oldest existing academic law school in
the English-speaking world. ; They
have a professor of law at Cambridge,
and a professor of law at Oxford, la
England, but they do not teach Jaw la
the manner of a professional school.
They simply lecture upon law, or en endeavor
deavor endeavor to give a scientific preparation
for the profession of law,' but do not
give a scientific, professional training.
East Indian Farmers Exploited.
Although 0 per cent of the East
Indians are agriculturists, only 2 per
cent of these farmers are tree from
debt. Every season they borrow for
tilling, harvesting and for marketing,
so that they always work cn borrowed
money. The farmer does not sell in
the market, but the produce Is sold
by .money lenders. The establishment
of many Industrial Institutions by
missionary societies Is proving a
practical solution to the problem,
FISHING IN BOYHOOD DAYS
Glorious Time When Mother Kept
Supper and Praised : the Flvs
The dry man who was the country
boy of yesterday closes his eyes a few
minutes and lives, over again a sum summer
mer summer afternoon of long ago, notes the
Milwaukee Journal. A day when his
little crowd, equipped with enough
worms to feed a school cf fish, betook
Itself to the pool .where it waa jwsnn
ratus for measuring under-nourished
children; here talks are made to moth mothers
ers mothers about the proper care of their ba babies.
bies. babies. The hall Is fitted up as. a wait waiting
ing waiting room with health posters cn the
walls and health literature for distri distribution
bution distribution to all who are interested. The
room on the right is an emergency
hospital fitted up with five beds and
A crio lor me vpry smau. pauenu.-
And at the back is the nurse's private
office, which is also the operating
room, fitted with a real operating ta
ble and a dentist's chair.
Weighing and measuring children
of school and pre-school age was" one
of the first things undertaken at the
center. Children wbp were under undersized
sized undersized 'and underweight were advised
as to their diet, and so eager were
they to gain the pounds and Inches
that would make them normal that
they readily consented to substitute
milk for the coffee and tea they were
accustomed to drink.
- Miss Harry next turned her atten attention
tion attention to the care of the teethe At her
request, a dentist came over the moun mountains
tains mountains from Franklin and stayed for
tea days and was busy tor every min minute
ute minute of that time, finding several seri serious
ous serious cases of pyorrhoea among fifteen
and sixteen year old children. Miss
Harry's dental clinic will be respon responsible
sible responsible for saving these teeth, Later,
an eye, ear, nose and throat specialist
followed the dentist and a number
of operations for tonsils-and adenoids
were performed at the Health Center,
the patients and their mothers being
kept overnight in the 'emergency' hos hospital.
pital. hospital. Both clinics will be a more or
less regular matter from now on.
In addition to her work at the health
center. Miss Harry has done .visiting
nursing all over the mountains, some sometimes
times sometimes walking four or five miles to
see one patient One woman, the
mother of ten children, who has not
been out of bed for several years, has
already been taken to Charlotte for a
serious, operation. Miss Harry accom accompanying
panying accompanying her on the journey as she
had never been on the train before.
But the value of a Red Cross pub public
lic public health nurse is not limited to re remote
mote remote rural communities, as the fol following
lowing following extracts, from a report made
by a woman of Athens, Ga., who in interested
terested interested herself" in the work of the
Red Cross nurse employed by the
Clarke County 'Chapter will show. The
report, which was published In the
ESSEX' t STIUPEB
tmty reparteTf ana fervently benevea
the, big bass -were hiding.
They didn't eet big bass. -Bites came
slowly, and those they landed were lit
tle sunfish.- Is there anywhere in any
lake a muskie big enough to give him
as great a thrill as those little sun sun-fish?
fish? sun-fish? He was late to supper, but there
was supper kept for him. And mother
didn't scold. She was pleased as
punch, and told him to hurry and clean
the fish, and she would cook them.
And she did. J
No other grown person praised his
catch. In all the world. he and mother
alone recognized how worth while
those five little sunfish, were. And yet
It didn't seem wonderful that she
didn't ask him where the 'bass were.
That was what other people did.
- It was a wonderful day. but as be
looks back oa it, he sees that -the won wonderful
derful wonderful thing was not the little string
of "boy's fish," but the mother who
. was so pleased that she stood over a
hot stove cooking them. How glad
she was to 'do It. How happy she
would be if she could do It again, to today.
day. today. But she lives too far away now.
We wonder If he remembers to write
and tell her of his discovery his dis discovery
covery discovery that mother's heart was big
enough to make his littte fish a splen splendid
did splendid catch.
FOREST ON DRIFT! FIG SHI! OS 1
Frenchman's Ingenuity Has Made cf
Waste Place a Region ef FertU FertU-.
. FertU-. Ity and Usefulness,
In the southwest corner of France,
between the rivers Adour and Gar Garonne,
onne, Garonne, are long stretches cf pine woods,
green and cooL Where these pines
now stand was a barren waste in fhe
middle of the.eighteenth century. Eun
and wind vied with each, other in mak making
ing making the land drier and dustier. Over
the stormy bay pti Biscay came winds
that eet up great sand etorms and
sometimes buried wbcle vClagesL But
at lsrt there came alssg a tzzn wta
acknowledged Jfeta Ctr as aametnst
Athens Banner, says, la part:
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T n?orif In tn ctsV Mlaa Cm srf A3
the Clarke County Red Cross nurse,
about .her work -recently, and I was
not only interested in what si's had
to tell me, but aroused as to my own
responsibilities in the matter cf health.
I had an Idea that Misa Crawford's
duties as county nurse consisted in
going about nursing charity cases. But
no, indeed. That just shows how ig ignorant
norant ignorant I was of the ort cf an invest investment
ment investment I had made with my Red .Cress
Miss Crawford works on the theory
that an ounce cf 'prevention la worth
a pound of icure.'--She says' its has .,
not time for what seems to be tech technically
nically technically known as "bed-side nuE!s.,
When anyone In the county, is taken
sick. Miss Crawford will go into the
home and show the members cf the
family how to nurse the patient. She
will stay perhaps two hours at a time,
and for .such a visit you may pay iter
a quarter or fifty cents, or even "fif "fifteen
teen "fifteen cents; if. you prefer not to accent
charity, and she will: explain to yen
what is needed in the case cf tie
particular illness you are nursing and
help you with the finit steps.
In Tuckston and Oconee .Heights she
has organized regular classes in bene
nursing.. These. clastes meet once a
week in Oconee Heights; once every
two wesks in Tuckston, and Miss Craw
ford shows her pupils, at their leisure
and under .more favorable circum
stances than when there is actual ill illness,
ness, illness, the same things that 'she shows
the, housekeeper when she is called
into a home where there ia sickness.
In East Athens lbs has a Little
Mothers Club, where she is teaching
these same things to the girls.
. And last Saturday she started a
Health Center, in Winterrille. Che
told me they were, going to start a
Health Center next week in East Ath Athens.
ens. Athens. ; .. .: ;
; And in giving a dollar last Decem December
ber December to help finance this undertakiiig,
I feel that you made a good invest investment.
ment. investment. Don't you?
The Southern Divisiion cf the Red
Cross has placed seventy-four public
health nurses in the five states cf
North and South Carolina, Tennessee,
Georgia and Florida. A successful
Fourth Roll Call will make it possible
to continue the work, of these nurses
and to add to them many others for
similar service throughout the dlri.
io oe overcome. hi nam wsrTJre wsrTJre-montier
montier wsrTJre-montier and he '-was viy'Jnnztor cf
roads. He began fenclig in the des desert.
ert. desert. He built a fence and behind IS
planted a handful of broca seeds. Bo Bo-hind
hind Bo-hind the broom seeds be put. eeeds cf
the pine. The fence protected the,
broom "seeds', and the broom grew.
Then the broom In fis turn afforded
shelter to the delicate pine shocta
Soon the-pines spread and their tough
roots bound this sandy soil together.
Tbe first step was accomplished. Thea
canals were madl to drain the wet
parts and carry water to the dry.
. Ammonia -From the Air.
A syndicate hns been formed to es establish
tablish establish a nitrogen factory for the ci&a
cfacrare cf ammonia synthetically
from the nitrogen of the air, says the
American Chamber of Commerce ia
London. '- .:r
; The syndlcafs Siaa prctared the es es-xenslve
xenslve es-xenslve rito te County Darharcs wfcicH
..the British goremsseat acquired mora
than two years ago for the purpose cf
building a factory.- The capital re required
quired required will be $S23,O0D,G0a
'.; -: The process to be adopted, says the
American chamber, win be on the prin principle
ciple principle of the German tfcemlst, Haber.
'Kltrogea and hydrogen will be com combined
bined combined Into ammonia under pressure at
a high temperature, tint ammonia then
' being converted Into nitric acid or
other nitrates as may be required
either for tb manufacture ef explo explosives
sives explosives cr for use as fertilizers.
. Early Rubber Goods Imperfect, l
Many were the troubles that earl
manufacturers of rubber goods ex experienced
perienced experienced on account of. the propensity,
of rubber to expand or contract with
the beat 'Daniel Webster, who was
Mr. Goodyears counsel in his patent
litigation, humorously referred to a
fine cloak cf India rubber he erica
owned,' stating that In cold weather it
stood well by itself, scd that he often
set it out on the porch surmounted
by his hat, many persons passing by,
rzistaklEg it for the 15sge cf M&TLh-
Or V;.; ;-:
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PaM!ahe4 Every Day Except Sandfly by
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I. V. L(vejaool, Srcretary-Treaaarer
J. II. Benjamin. Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoxfica aa
fl uLne O f flee ...
Saelety importer .......... .Fife-One
Can shoot it alone, tho
All the same as Captain Bragg at
The women did nobly.
Most of them voted just like we did.
Looks nice to havethen around the
When we are in a crowd of women
; at the polls, one of them jmay hang a
wad of chewing,gun on our coat tail,
. But she won't blow cabbage-tobacco
smoke' in our. face.
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CITY OF MANY NATIONS
Or spit tobacco juice on our shoes.
Constantinople, Oct. 7. American?
in Constantinople are finding life dull,
uninteresting and devoid of diversion
to entertainment. They have found
to their disappointment' that the
Turkish capital has no theaters, no
amusement centers, no seashore re resorts,
sorts, resorts, few moving picture houses and
only one "or two good restaurants.
The only places remotely resembling
theaters are a few cheap cabaret halls
which attract sailors, soldiers and
wanderers of all nations, but : never
the Turk.' The Turk finds his diver diversion
sion diversion -in the coffee houses ?
There is little night life in Constantinople.-'
After 10 o'clock the city is
as still as a New England village on
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Good evening, everybody.
Nice weather we're having.
' Do your Xmas 'shopping early.
, iT,' -y 1 ; -.
Ceunty fair opens Nov. 23.
" Keep your head cool and your feet
dry and you won't have bad colds. ;
Ever see anybody with a good cold?
' One "good thing about" cold feet.
Keep you out of poker games.
""Did you ever' see so many young
"married couples? ;
Or so many pretty babies?
.Going to be a great country after
We; can t help liking women, any-1 a Sabbath morning. Only the ha ha-how;
how; ha-how; 1 bitues of the coffee houses or the cab'
' "" aret and beer halls are seen. Altho'
Most of them thought voting was prohibition is unknown, refreshments
a picryc. !&t these local ameusement places
, fcome high. Whiskey is $1.50 a glass,
They'll be vote hounds hereafter, j and 7 percent beer 9Q cents.
. Americans in the city amuse them-
They had a rather nice time yester-sfive-.Uv-'-ocrasrionialdaiiresi. fptnar.
day. ;" (ties and week-end trins on the Ros-
! phof us. Not many of hem enjoy'en enjoy'en-I
I enjoy'en-I tre to the Turkish homes. A three-
Went before them and made their Vnth stay in the city usually is
paths straight. enough to make them yearn for home.
1 There is now a consideraole number
A man is a-brute'but convenient to .of vthera Jiere most of them being
have around 'sometime. knectetf with American relief or-
Although having a population of
V nearly 1,000,000, Constantinople has
'rn taYiVahs few nntmnnhilpB anil rnlir
.Men had been showing them how. a jingle, teoUey f erybody
' W211H.S Ur rilif 111 lUC HILH llllliLtlI
.The men saw to it that they did.
Women made few mistakes mark
mg.their ballots. .t
Better pupils than. other, men.
4' i- !"',i,-V,i''j 1 1 "" 1,1
And much nicer o teach.
horse-drawn carriages or nondescript
! street cars. People' living 'A in the
suburbs crowd to suffocation the fer ferryboats
ryboats ferryboats plying -the Bosphorus and the
Star slandered the women the other ;GoldenPorn- trolley line
day. runs along the mam street and sus-
' jpends operation as often .."as the city
Said they : hadn't studied bond runs out of coal,: which is frequent;
amendment. j The Turkish metropolis has -only
one or two good ; hotels. Here the
merchants,' political agents and com commercial
mercial commercial travelers of the, world gather
to discuss their affairs. The inform informers
ers informers and spies of the Orient mingle
among them and carry on their in intrigues.
trigues. intrigues. Nowhere are" there so many
strange and suspicious-looking char characters.
acters. characters. Richly-dressed women from
Occident and Orienti be jeweled and
painted, frequent the cafes and
lounging Tooms and carry on open
Star's glad to say it lied.
Seem to have studied it just likfr we
did. :, j.
.... And arrived at the sanre' conclusion.
TclI, here we & are again.
Ttfding. up Salt river on 'a raft.
,Salt iver seems just the same.
No change in the scenery.
"Two things the democratic party
, can do.
Hide a mule and navigate Salt river.
Do either with better grace than
Democrats know about every foot
;of Salt river.
.And have its soundings to an inch.
That's one place where they never,
Seems like old times to be beaten
again, doesnt it?
Should be sinful for a democrat to
Then why are we all grinning?
Cause we are pretty well used to it.
Also because we're good sports.
. Women had better go to the cityj
hall and register.
. Perhaps Star will support full hen
ticket in city, next year.
Here's where Harding gets on.
And Hi Johnson, Borah, Penrose, et
als, .get off. : : :
Harding is how elected.
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He'll tell would-be bosses to step
straight to "Hades.
Unless e are very much mistaken
in him. ".. -.
Georgia wouldn't let the womn
Georgia missed lots of fun.
'Bout time women voted in Georgia.
. Men have forgotten how.
a -. ;
flirtation with the guests. Constan- 1J
tinople has been well described as, a lit
city, not of one nation but of many, j 1 1
The American visitor finds here an
amazing diversity of faces, national nationalities,
ities, nationalities, languages and conflicting faiths.
There ls nd cohesion of society, '. no
civic unity. Only Saloniki or Port
Said can rival the Turkish city for its
cosmopolitanism an its babel 'of
Had a nice, quiet, 'smooth election
Thanks to good disposition of the
Ipeople : generally.
u 1 in. 11 1 -inn r 1 -i-'Tii-i t
And to Sheriff Galloway particular particularly.
ly. particularly. ... .-.
-"They should have men iike him in
those counties where they have trouble.
JUDGING COMMUNITY EXHIBITS
Community exhibits at the Marion
County Fair this year will be judged
by the following score card:
Quantity and variety-. V. .. 100
Quality and adaptability .... 150
Arrangement and appearance. 100
Citrus fruits and; nuts .... ... .100
Corn and' peanuts ... ... . 150
Forage, hay, velvet beans, etc.. 100
Canned preserves, pickled fruits.
vegetable and home farm pro products
ducts products '. ; ... ...... ...... 100
General display of staple county
products w 100
Fresh and green vegetables..... 100
Bruce. Meffert is elected.
, That's the principal difference be between
tween between him and Cox.
V Another is that Jimmy did.. his
darndest... v ;
. And .Bruce didn't care a darn. ..
Jimmy put up a good fight. ''
.Had ,the republicans running in
They were just, as badly scared as
vts,, for a while. ;
It wasn't the republicans that beat
.. .- 1 .......
It. was that bunch of babes in the
vood -that Wilson appointed to office.
They made even democrats tired. ;
Prexy Wilson is a mighty. fine man.
But appointing. competent. men to
office is not his long suit. : ;
He believes in curing tf buble by
- And doesn't make any fuss about it.
Star had .good press selvice: last
Western Union did nobly.
His great deeds. will live centuries;
his little' ones rill soon be forgotten.
Marion county has enough bonds.
, She's told you she has.
Also- -out her foot down on .itii
Star's glad it correctly interpreted
Knew it was doing it all the time.
We like to shoot the old sixpounder.
When there is a solid line of infan infantry
try infantry between us and the enemy.
A. P. dispatches jcame singing thru
Didn't seem to be any hog on the
track anywhere. ;
A. P. can protect its members.
v t i-mii i ii 'I ". i i. ii
" Even if they are laway off the main
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'Spect it spoke to somebody high up.
J(ow do you know why we. have
written all this darnphoolishness,.
Because its "phat." ?
; And we hadn't time to -write any
thing -else. .'
n i, i i i i -it-
Thanks, -in advance to you for en
during -it.- ,--... ?rs'
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
, Ocala, Lode No. 19. Ooavcztiszj
held every llonday evening at 7:20
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore.' A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers. vN
J. W. Akin, C. C.
Chas. EL Sage. K. of E. & S.
ORDER OF EASTEIIN STAK
Ocala .Chapter .No 23, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. 1.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary..
Dr. :Edisons Cushion Sole shoes for
tender feet and "Eazall" arch, pro
tecting shoes, can be had only at Lit
tle's Shoe Parlor. .... 11-tf
: See Me
1 Fop ail Classes o!
2 Stone, Briclc, Wood
J and Concrete
I J. D. .'iaeCasMil
Phone 445. 728 Wencna St.
YEARE ftSVER TOO BUSY
To give your Shoe Eepairing 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 iree.
SHOE SHINE SERVICE
Everjr Day Including Sunday
114 S. Magnolia St.
Phone 143, OCALA FLA.
IQRICES of "the necessaries and com of
X life are much lower than they were.
' That means that .everybody's money is
worth more than it wasC It means that peo people
ple people can now buy the things they want, and
pay much less for them than heretofore. ; ...
Many goods we have been able to buy for
less ; so we shall sell them for less giving
every dollar of- advantage possible toc our
customers. Many other goods, of whiclr we
had, full stocks even though we paid the
' higher prices for -them are now marked at
lower prices, based on the market values, re-
, gardless of the losses that we must bear. .
We all :khewnhat;.this .prip
had to come, and we knew that money liad
to be lost. But we are looking to the future
working for the happier days when normal
prices shall rule again. . V ; V
In the meantime we shall srve the peo people
ple people of this community, whq are depending
upon."our Service, to' thev.best ; ofour ability i
and regardless of the temporary disadvant disadvantages
ages disadvantages that ye now face.
aim i $ m, n,m
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AM Every EoMai? e SpsMdl
011 'Save 2S .Cemts
THE FASHION CENTER
STSa r. .. A.. A4A A44 A I I ..
rn lorn m
We are cow open f pr business with new
v and improved equipment for automobile.
repairing, and will give you prompt ser-
vice. New and second-hand cars. Com-
' plete line of 'Gasoline, Oils and Grease-
. Czts Ylzzlizl UXX Agents for
II y y gj II f i 0
NOTES AND COMMENTS
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X NEEDIIAT.l MOTOR COMPANY
Phone 252 Orange and Ocklawaha
GOAL A, FLORIDA
A .V -.
Some residents call- this town
"Okeller." Visitors, particularly the
the plutocrats, call it "Okala. and
sometimes "Okeller. Those who know,
We know a wife who laughs hear hear-tily
tily hear-tily at her husband's jokes.. Not only
that, but she suggests that he tell
them when they have company. We
call that love.
We were riding recently with an
Ocala husband in an automobile. He
drove rather fast and? another 'guest
expressed fear. Whereupon the wife
of the driver said, "He is a safe driv driver;
er; driver; he is a safe man in everything,"
We thought that a mighty fine -co m m-pliirrent.
pliirrent. m-pliirrent. Whenever a. wife can truth truthfully
fully truthfully compliment her husband we be believe
lieve believe in her doing it.
H i washing allowed m this room."
again. She brings from out of the
most unfriendly places her richest
and most princely gifts. The most
coreeous flowers are native to la
goons and bayous infested by deadly
serpents. The birds whose plumage
is the most beautiful of all choose
he dismal swamps' for their habita
tion, and so your sincerest friend may
be clothed in rags..
We read that a London man played
the piano 108 hours without stopping.
Well even at that he has nothing on a
certain phonograph we know.
r m 9 9
Did you ever notice that a poor
Ford "than n rirh man can crowd into I
the biggest Packard ever made, and
drive right through 'the eye- of a
J1 !lL 1 A
neeuie witn xnem, iuu. J
A man is beginning to make pro
gress when he has ,so many troubles
that nothing else worries him.
Mr. Brace ; Melf crl, on
;. one cl these Famous
In many hotel 3 and boarding houses
there are signs which .'read, "No
! women pay about as much attention
into tne signs as some men do to a
Is feign on a farmer's premises reading,
j : i ''No hunting allowed."
i A-lady visitor to Ocala says the
I?; thing that impresses her most about
the shops of our city is -the- polite
clerks. She has bought all sorts of
things in all sorts of places, and has
vpt to meet an imnnlit.P rlprk and she
: r x
jl is pleased every day because of the
t unusual number of .polite people she
nas met m an waiis oi me.
Chickens come home to roost about
two hours later than they did before
the invention of the movies.
As a rule the people of Ocala are
taking more pride in their yards and
the general appearance of their homes
than they did a few months ago. How
ever they are still a few spots that
could begreatly improved.
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. vnlcanizing .v.,"
OklaiYaha & Uain
Query curls are the
W ... '......
Rica makes an appearance mf
Ocala. It is the most important
musical event : of the season;
The famous soprano vilL render those songs
vith which she has won her chief successes
as a concert star. r -, ;
things for young girls to wear. They
are-stuck right in front and down the
middle of their forehead, just as tho
theywern't living question marks all
the time anyway.
The venj next x time your husband
gets "uppity", just, remind him that
since the world war there are fifteen
million more women than men in the
world and that he had better behave
Poor people are finding enough
trouble in. getting houses to live in.
Goodness knows what it must be like
to be rich and particular.
A wealthy Cuban is advertising for
a left ear. If he wants an Ocala spec
imen attached to his cranium that
$100,000 offer is not large enough.
Ocala's women can't 'spare even one
one enough to go to Cuba. Money
isn't worth much to them' anyway,
and then something might happen
hat they might want to listen to
while the ear was gone.
It's the last straw that gets the
blame usually for the whole load, so
now that election is over let's stop
talking hard times and talk prosper
ity and, try to be happy whether v.e
are prosperous or happy. Times are
no harder than people make them and
talk has more effect on conditional
than anything else.
If Columbu3 lived today he could
never prove his theory that the" world
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Some of our society people are tak-
iirj the shatters dovrn from their
houses and others are putting them
up, so. It is some circuit to say
whether society is .flitting this way or
that. But it looks like tna:.
Little Miss Sugar Shortage says
even the fat-girls are going to reduce.
; We' know one amen corner, saint
who could write a howling- book on
?rhow to shave a man without a
The married girl -who knows noth nothing
ing nothing more substantial to cook than
fudge, is- usually among the first to
be; "invited' as leading ... lady to the
divorce courts. :. --
The man who acts the part of be-
ins b. good citizen, even, if he isn't
at heart that kind, of man, is some
times better than the man who acts
mean,, when at heart he isn't.
It is a sour soul indeed who will
iJow hold to the proposition that the
female of the species is deadlier than
Ladies, when you buy steak, don't
ask for it to be wrapped. The paper
costs more than the meat and .take it
from us it makes a lot poorer gravy,
Do you remember how just a few
j ears ago in temperance meetings,
thev used to sing "Where is My Wan
dering Boy Tonight?" All that is m
the past now and, parents, we are
sincere in, saying if your boy goes
wrong these days, don't, charge it to
the "'corner gang," but chacge i
the hours you might have spent with
him and did not.
Once upon time the, question was
asked: "Can any good thing come out
of Nazareth? And out of Nazareth
came the Christ of the ages. History
is ever repeating itself over and over
If the schools of Ocala want to per
form a feal service for the world they
will do sonij specializing this year in
spelling and writing. Accurate, neat
letters should be produced oy any
c.hild that has gone through the sixth
grade at school, but for same reason
they are not. Correct capitalization,
punctuation and legible penmanship
should be taught in the schools thoro
ly enough to become a habit of peo
pie who have been, to school.
Well tell thi? world the man who
chews tbacco has a hard time1 and
some folks are mean enough to say
he's no gentleman. Well say the
woman who fondles a poodle -dog in
public is no gentleman either.
If the nrice 'of eggs continues to
rise, we "are going to hang our Christ
mas stocking in the hen house.
There are evils in Ocala as som of
the local ministers have pointed out
in recent sermons, but Ocala is clean
er and better than most cities at that.
The past cool spell. was a hint given
by mother nature for the housewives
to take down their screens and let the
poor flies' out of the house, where
they have been cooped up all summer.
, In Madrid it is a' crime, for a man
to' kiss his wife while on the street,
The crime of, it in America is that the
wives nenalize their husbands about
five dollars for. kissing them any old
v Verily the ladies are invading al
the paths once thought reserved for
men. We advise all boys to take
course in making bed3 and, bread and
sewing on buttons. These things and
many others must in t hue fall to the
Jot of the meek and lowly male in an
Balloonists say that in the far-off
height the discordant sounds of earth
blend into one vast harmony. Had
we our own way, life's disappoint-,
ments and failure would be left out
cf this final consummation. However,
seme day when our vision is undim undim-med
med undim-med and our sordid! senses not quite
so dull, we shall know why life's re reverses
verses reverses came. At least we shall know
why humanity must struggle against
the tides that seem so much apart
cf life's majestic stream the stream
that rolls to an appointed end.
: There's something to get you at
every turn in life's road if you dont
watch out. In treading th paths of
rectitude it is always best to wear
shoes. -That's 'where the shoemaker
gets you. In wearing the raiment of
righteousness, the clothing man gets
you, so what's. the use. A fellow saves
money by being wicked, and the wick
ed say what's the use of being good,
so there you are a gam. And the devil
gets you is you don't watch out.
WTesh "'Every ay
MARKET and GnOCEKY."
TIis Store of Q
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USED CARS DUTOT ASUS ED
'One 1918 Ford Sedan.
One 1916 Ford Truck.
. One 1320 Buick Roadster.
One 1318 Buick Tcurintr.
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MEETING OF BUSINESS WOMEN
One-of the most interesting 'of the
meetings that the business woman's
club has had was held last evening in
their club rooms. There were quite
few members present, some new
members .and for the first time since
he rlnVs nrca nidation initiation took
Tplace, which wa3 very cleverly carried
out by the initiation committee. The
two who were shown this cordial re
ception were Misses Margaret Tay
lor and Katherine Pyles.
The club rooms was unusually cozy,
with the new curtains, chairs' and
desks, the-liberal gift of Mrs; E. A
Osborne. For a club so young this
one has progressed rapidly and
greater things that will be aof. much
benefit to the club are expected to be
accomplished this winter.
Each year thi3 club enjoys a big
banquet and the one being planned
for. the next meeting -is being antici anticipated
pated anticipated with a great deal of pleasure,
and it will be quite an elaborate af affair.
There were matters discussed
which when put into effect will be of
much -profit teall the members.
Jt is' hoped that all -members who
were not at last night's meeting will
tee Miss Carrie Barco and leam the
good news she has to tell them
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Every modern ccaTesits.c ia tz.i re:a Bc rc7zi c:r;
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The reason that the world is so much mere ccrrJcrt ccrrJcrt-able
able ccrrJcrt-able and convenient a place nowadays, i3 because ad advertising
vertising advertising has made it possible for merchants r.r.d
manufacturers to tell you what they have to c:7er
without waiting for the nev3 to spread by word cf
The advertiser ha3 beea abb tell nasy people t
once about his goods. In this way he czn sell a great
many more articles in a given time and therefore
more cheaply. Because of .advertising it has been
possible to inveni, develop and market ccuz.tle23 ar articles
ticles articles of comfort that you now think of as necessi necessities,
ties, necessities, which 'some years ago even thu wealthy could
not have bought. It would not have paid to ms.ke a
few to order. ;
The advertisements are something more thtn type
and talk. They are a daily service your paper fur furnishes
nishes furnishes you in additon to the other important rsws cf
the world. t .- 1
The tax books for 'state and county
taxes are now open. Those 'paying
taxes during November will receive 2
per cent discount. W. W. Stripling,
l-3t Tax Collector.
You will find those "Ole Mammy"
Pralines the finest flavored nut candy
you ever tasted. For sale only at the
Court Pharmacy. 1-Gt
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Phones 535 and 22Z. Open All Night.
Get the habit of reading the ads.
Meet me- at the American C-fa..
Uricn Station, Ocala, for a-reisr
cir.npr family ntyle. Best dinner it
the state for 75';. Eat and drir.'j: ell
yr :i want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. t2
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OCALA EVENING STAR; VEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1S20
f I !orKI AWW lit frvm 1 4 ? t
The Aborigines. ?
s Pictured as Having Strong Spice
of Humor and Little Desire to
Hurt Human Being -Has
' r But One Leg. '; -'
His color Is black, Ms nose -broad
jand flat A long, pointed tongue Is
teticking' out of Ms mouth ; the teeth
fare triangular and sharp ; otherwise
e has the face of an Infant He has
iree fingers on each hand, am shmn
y the traces he leaves on the bark of
Junius. xii yuxxxis are piercea
pa the middle. s His ears are big and
ihe wears a red cloak and cap. He
(smells of sulphur and his eyes emit a
. fthick, stifling smoke. But his most dis distinctive
tinctive distinctive characteristic is that he has
nly one" leg ; he neither walks nor
runs, but Jumps along, writes a New
Cork Tribune man. .?: ;
This IS the (tescrlnrlon
from the accounts cf many wftnessesf
si. ...SJacy" Perere, special Indigenous
devil of Brazil, whose biosrraobv was
not long ago published la book form at
fcao Faulo. The preface-declares that
there is so little original, native ele element
ment element in Brazilian culture that it is
iwwi in wiuiw ro preserve wnatever.
khere Is. So the great Brazilian news newspaper,
paper, newspaper, O Estado de Sao Paulo, Instl-,
ftuted an inquiry regarding Sacy Pei
ere, who is described as one of the
P'ery few tropical native products.
.Eleaders wre asked to submit what what-fever
fever what-fever they knew or heard concerning
(this Brazilian representative of the
,.T2vtt One and the answers-were col
li ected in the book enUtled 'O Sacy
WV u ...
irerere" the sacy Perere. In the
INeue Zurcher Zeitung Drt A. Usteri
jpuousnes extracts rrom tne testimony,
fharmless, amiable and humorous sort
of devil, who, in fpite of Ms terrify-
0. hurt human beings, although he Is
ifond of practical Jokes of a rather
2 Sacy Perere Is 100 per cent Ameri American.
can. American. ,Ue was here before Columbus,
f Brazil, the Tupl Indians. His name
;i8 of Tupl origin, Caa Cy, meaning
levil eye, and perereg, the Jumping one.
p6 Caa Cy Perereg, Portugueslfled In In-jto
jto In-jto Sacy Perere, means Jumping evil
4M fft Via 1.11 .1...:
he added that according to a witness
of scientific accomplishments, his
"Wmell comes from sulphur hydrogen
His one leg has a story, told by old
egroes, who have It from' their slave
fejLuutiur. Accuruiug u una story,
Wee upon a time the devil decided to
jglve a banquet in his cave.-'There wa$
jplenty of cahaca (sugar cane brandy).
'The' guests got so drunk they could
jhardly move, and the ensuing confu confusion
sion confusion gave a chance to a gang of small
jdevils' apprentices to' go Joyriding to
fthe earth.- The devil became -enraged
t land pursued the youngsters," capturing
f ihem all except one, whose leg, how-
ever, he slashed t off. The little devil
jwas the .original Sacy, ; and his off-
(wWn (T tr!er't Vla-mi' wfK rt- -k Iaw aa1'
Now the Sacys ere 'very clever and
, ,viai iiuu mejf cuu fmauy put it uver
'.on the devil, though they are one one-llegg:edi;
llegg:edi; one-llegg:edi; f, t,: ri .-,:';.':.'
f The Sacy and his gang appear usual usual-ay
ay usual-ay during tornadoes, when they ride
'the wind. They alight on, thebacks of.
ihorsfes "aiid tie knots in their mahesr
'tecmetimes :a:'Sacy Is' -ohserved 'on'the1
nroof of a house He scares tho-' passer
ttly or throws dirt down the cMmney.
'i Better Not Changs Lft.Hanrs.-.
5 If a child be naturally 'left tended;
'It should be allowed to remain so, for
kn attemot to train It to rieM-hand-
edness may easily result in making It
tnentally inferior. Dr. EL Grtesbach
Emphasizes; this In an article In the
eutsche Mediziaische Wochenschrift
j (Berlin ) explaining that In left-handed
persons the speech center Is In' the
right hemisphere of the brain instead
cf in the left hemisphere, as la the
The ''result of persistent efforts to
caake"; them right-handed may be a
'epeech center that i3 not predoml predoml-taantly
taantly predoml-taantly situated on either side, which
condition Griesbach says Interferes
jwith the differentiation of the hemi hemi-lepheres
lepheres hemi-lepheres throughout chOdhood and
Ee eays that once the unilateral
fSseiaishper differentiatioa r la cora cora-ijlcte,
ijlcte, cora-ijlcte, as It la la adults," A. rcHeducatloa'
- jrota left to rlgzt cr from right to
lftbandedness will do no harm to
imm$ WctzTj o rabbi Sise
Jewish Scholar Ctory Considerably
- Ikttersd ; Thai Related by His
Christian Fellow Guest
" .Eabbl Stephen S. Wise, head of the
iw York Free synagogue, rose to an
emergency the other night with a fine
:xample of the quiet humor wMch
? was characteristic of-Ms father, the
lounder of the Hebrew Union college
of Cincinnati. It was at a dinner at
: the residence of J. P. Morgan. The
quests included men of prominence In
TTarious fields of. public endeavor. The
. 'ffalr was quite Informal, and the ad ad-fresses
fresses ad-fresses were appropriate to this easy
atmosphere. ;''..' '::-..;-V;--
References to the Influence of the
Jew la New York life had elicited
"varied comment when one of the
guests told a story. MI dreamed I
Cied," Vald he, "and went, across the
Ltn St. Petermet rap ca the rirer
iiiu aKeii iue ir I would "preTer
the Christian heaven or the Hebrew
heaven.. I told him Td look them both
over and-decide. He asked me wMch
I "would see first I said I'd see the
Hebrew heaven first so he le3 me to
It Everybody was talking" business.
I told St Peter I'd have to ask him
to take" me to the Christian heaven.
This one Is Just like New York, I
Kaid.' '- ,' ; :
When tMs story had received Its due
meed of mild laughter, Raftbi Wood
rose to speak. "It Is something of a
coincidence, no doubt" said he, "that
I should have had a dream very simi similar
lar similar to the one that has Just been de described,
scribed, described, but nevertheless, you may be
Interested to hear about It I dreamed
I died and went to the land of the
hereafter. St Peter met me, Just as
he did the previous speaker, with a
request to know whether I would pre prefer
fer prefer the Hebrew heaven or the Chris Christian
tian Christian heaven. I; asked if I might see
both of them before I decided.
Of course, be replied. wMch will
you see first?
T told Mm that I had come a great
deal into contact with Christians dur during
ing during my career oa earth and that I
would like to see the Christian heaven"
first He took me there, but I only
remained a moment There wasnt.any
one there. -&ew York Correspon Correspondence
dence Correspondence in Cincinnati Times-Star.
All Page at Right
Why not print all books in such a
way that every page Is a right-hand
page? asks Dr. I. Winslbw of Boston,
who claiais a patent for Ms concep conception
tion conception of how to do it He holds that
If one has to read pages on one side
of a book only this will be held more
easily, the eyes will not wander, there
will' be no necessity for .changing the
position of the head and neck. Thus
reading especially of big heavy vol volumes,
umes, volumes, will be less fatiguing, not only
to the eyes, bead and neck, but also
to the, arms anct hands. '. J ; J
Mr. Wlnslpw's Idea 4 is to print a.
book so that you read straight ahead
from right-hand page to right-hand
page, these being, numbered consecu consecutively
tively consecutively ; then, when you have read
t&rough to the last right hand page,
you turn the book upside down and
continue reading as before," what in
ordinary books are left hand pages
now being right-hand pages. .This, of
course. Involves printing all left hand
pages upside down and numbering
thexa consecutively from the back of
the book. Thla would easily be ar arranged
ranged arranged by the printer In laying, out
the forms,, though to get the paginal
tloa of a large book correct would re require
quire require some nice calculatloa oa the
Flag Stayed Right There.
Court etiquette among the. reigning
families of Europe is not to be lightly
considered, and so the story of how
the stubbornness of. an American
doughboy upset an age-old rule of
the royal hpuse of Roumanla Is of
more than usual interest ? ; 1 ; ;
Some tlirle ago Queen Marie of Rou Roumanla
manla Roumanla accepted an invitation to ride
In an American ofScial army car.
When' the car arrived at the palace
gates, the queen at once noted that an
American .flag flew from the radiator
Before entering the, car she requested
that the flag be removed, explaining
that royal etiquette prevented her rid
Ing behind any flag save that of lier
own couhjry. ;' ':', I
Opposition arose, immediately The
chauffeur, an American doughboy, an announced
nounced announced ? politely, but none the less
firmly; that when the flag came down
he came down also, and some one els
would have to drive the car. The
iueen, who, hy the way, ?ls a grand
daughter of the late Queen Victoria
of t England, graciously ; conceded the
point and the party proceeded on their
' Quite Unmoved. 1
Music shops of any pretensions con contain
tain contain at least one piano for the use of
customers, which Is a privilege not
Infrequently abused. An f old man
entered a fasMonable music, shop the
other day; and asked ; for a certain
book of tunes It was given himand
he sat down and began to play soft softly.
ly. softly. ?
He was such a long time that the
assistants first amused grew
weary of the droning noise. The pro proprietor
prietor proprietor was summoned. He came for forward,
ward, forward, and ventured to say, politely,
"Do you think you will take the book,
sir? Does it suit you?"
The old man looked up In mild sur surprise,
prise, surprise, and said softly, I cannot
It have played only half .the tunes,"
and he placidly turned over another
. Valuabta Invention.
A machine' has been Invented by a
Scotchman that prepares flax for man manufacture
ufacture manufacture within a few hours after It
has been pulled from the ground.
j : With Reservations.
Jeanetto always expects something
when her father comes home. One day
Just as he entered she said: "What
have yon got today, daddy r He gave
hex a package of gum, and said:. "That
is for you and brother She gratefully
nodded her head "and said: Oh, thank
yoa. m divide with brother, but Pll
be the guard keeper. ?
v 0 Foibles of Genius.
Buffon wrote In lace ruflles and Sir
Walter Scott, liked to array himself In
his shooting. Jacket; from six o'clock
until dinner time, whilst Guido Reno
painted with much pomp and consid considered
ered considered himself at his best when dressed
magnificently, and had "his pupils at attend
tend attend hiaa la alienee, ranged around
WATCH YOUR FE
Important Matter Pertaining to
Experts Advise Walking "Indian Fash Fash-Ion"
Ion" Fash-Ion" in Preference to the "Toeing
Out"' Which Has Hitherto
; Been Considered Proper.
(Short Talks on Health, bj tb United
States pubUc Health Service. Washing Washing-:
: Washing-: ton, D, CJ
Well-directed feet are now consider considered
ed considered to be quite as Important to general
health as a well-polsedhead or an erect
carriage. Pew people seem ?to realize
that many troublesome aliments are
caused by fiat or, weak feet, and at attribute
tribute attribute the nervous depression, pain In
the legs and back and general fatigue
to some other cause, when the feet are
really at fault says the United States!
puouc neaitn service.
Actual "fiat foot Is much less com common
mon common than U ordinarily thought. On
the other; hand, "weak foot Is very
common, and If not remedied gradual gradually
ly gradually leads to fiat foot.
Recent Investigations have estab established
lished established the' fact that "toeing but" In
walking, or standing, puts an 'added
strain on the arch of the feet. Instead
of standing and walking with the feet
forming an angle of about 45 degrees,
as formerly advocated In military and
athletic manuals, e'xfcerts now advo advocate
cate advocate standing and walking with the
toes : pointed straight forward. This
has been found to be of great assist assistance
ance assistance In remedying weak and fiat feet,
and constitutes what Is known as
walking "Indian fashion.'
"Toeing straight should be prac practiced
ticed practiced for a little while, and it will come
easy. Make two parallel lines, on the
floor, about six Inches apart and walk
on' them with the toe and heel touch touching
ing touching the outside of the line. Follow this
up with an exercise such as the fol-v
lowing: Stand with the feet parallel,
with' about two Inches between .the
feet and rise on the toes anywhere
from 20 to '40 times each night and
morning. In standing 'acquire the
hablf of placing the feet few Inches
apart with the same distance between
heels and toes. Keep the body weight
equally supported onoEhfeek
Do not tnaKS Cie mistake of beMev-'
Ing that fiat feet can be cured by the
shoemaker, or by tbe ordinary arch
that is sold In shoe stores. The con condition
dition condition Is one that should be treated by
an experienced physician when It falls
to respond to the measures outlined
above. ; f':"': -1''7 ;
It Is comparatively easy to remedy
a tendency to weak or flat feet In chil children
dren children by teaching them the proper
walking and standing posture. Par Parents
ents Parents would do well to teach their chil children
dren children to walk Indian fashion!
1 : Wives' Work.
1 Keither Mr. Hamlin nor Squire Hea Hea-"ton
"ton Hea-"ton is noted as a worker, but their
wives are very, industrious, and noth nothing
ing nothing gives either gentleman more pleas pleasure
ure pleasure than4 to boast of the wonderful
things that his wife accomplishes.
I don't know what the Bed Cross
would have done withdut my wife,
said Mr. Hamlin one day, "She knit
twenty-five sweaters, seventy-four
pairs of socks and one hundred rand
fifteen wristlets." 1
. "That's not a bad record," admit admitted
ted admitted the squire.' :MIa fact, I call It a
real good record for an average knit knitter
ter knitter Now, I don't know how many ar articles
ticles articles my wife turned out for the Bed
started to count them, hut when she
had knit several hundred artlcle of
evey kind she said counting tired her,
and she quit- After that she esti esti-mated'her
mated'her esti-mated'her output by needles."
. By needles ? What 1 do yous mean
by needles?"-asked Mr. Hamlin, a lit little
tle little hufSly. j.; ".V--: r'S'---?. V -' ;
T mean the needles, my wife wore
out, explained the squire. "She wore
out three sets of needles knitting for
the Bed Gross; and the fourth' set
was so-near. wore out when the war
ended that they wasn't nc thicker
than horsehairs." Youth's Oompanion.
Lived Days In Sealed Box.
Jpseph Barcroft a reader of phy physiology
siology physiology at King's college; England, has
lived for six days in a "hermetically
sealed glass box. Ths : experiment
arose out of a SOyear-otd controversy
as to whether it Is possible to calcu calculate
late calculate the amount of oxygco In the 'blood
from a knowledge of the amount of
oxygen In the breath. The test was
also mad a to demonstrate whether It
was necessary that airmen should
hare oxygen apparatus when flying at
great heights. It proved that. oxygen
was necessary to flying' men, but It
did not show to what height they
could fly with safety.; While in the
box Barcroft kept a record' of his sen sensations
sations sensations and made scientific observa observations.
tions. observations. He said he suffered from sleep sleeplessness,
lessness, sleeplessness, but otherwise did not experi experience
ence experience much Inconvenience except on
the last day, when the atmosphere
became extremely rarefied. He then
had headaches and nausea.
SEES GOOD 111 THE TEA CUP
Doctor Ef let. Aged Educator, Goes on
Record as Having Faith In That
Dr. Charles W. Eliot now in his
eighty-sixth year, confesses to a devt devt-jatlon
jatlon devt-jatlon from the strict rule of abstemi abstemiousness
ousness abstemiousness which cannot but cause con con-pern
pern con-pern In the Inner circles of moral re reform,
form, reform, says the New York World.
fThough he has always Indulged In
fstimulants like tea, coffee and al alcohol,
cohol, alcohol, .and In tobacco not at all for
Ecre-tan half a century, ha vet find
.f W -s .. -i.-
buy a Pathe Phonograph (except the small models 3 and 6, which
are not included); No matter if you pay casfi or extend the
the terms on easy payments the 25.00 worth of records will be
delivered with the instrument as quickly as you make your
Z'- 'X"- O "X- "X' O Z'- -r-j-X' O
a certain "Virtue iff tea' finking. S
have used tea most" he says, "because
It seems' to me to facilitate the men mental
tal mental effort of writing and speaking."
If the venerable ex-president of
Harvard university had merely said
hat he derived jsome dletlc benefit
trom tea, no exception would be taken
jo the statement It is his frank ad admission
mission admission that he uses tea as. a stimu stimu-Wt
Wt stimu-Wt and finds that It helps his mental
Processes which will be challenged.
Can there be good In any stimulant?
Pan the willful excitation of the mind
y any, kind of, brew be other than
; immoral In Its essential nature? All
Urnon-pure reformers of the drink, evil
&jll f eel sure that' the use of tea has
ji rugged Doctor, Eliot's, Intellect and
fobbed It of Its highest productivity,
5ut what the world has lost In that,
particular will count as nothing to
the self -revelation that this distin-
hot ,100 per : cent,, perfect In Ms prp prp-bibltion
bibltion prp-bibltion views. VT
NEW ROUTES V0F NEAR EAST
Railroad Line Will Be Materially Ck Ck-'tended':
'tended': Ck-'tended': at the Result of Opei":-
v atlont ef the Great War. v
The military operations cf tha war
rave a niaterial boost to railroad de development
velopment development in the near East says Lewr
Is 'Heck, In Asia. After their success successful
ful successful campaign at the end of 1917, tha
hritix extended their track lino frost
pgypt to Palestine, connecting at
lamleh near Jerusalem. The line then
went on to Haifa, which the British
are planning to make their great port
In the East and the principal terminus
ca the Mediterranean fur a new shcrt shcrt-fOna
fOna shcrt-fOna railroad to Bagdad and India, con connecting
necting connecting Egypt and tha African psssea
gions with India. -Tha wax cava tha
Bagdad railway extensions' In Cllda,
northern Syria and Mesopotamia Mesopotamia-British
British Mesopotamia-British prisoners of wax ftomUhtna
rssch cf the labor. The tnnn&Ia
through the Taurus mountains wera
completed. Trains now run rco Ocn
ataotinoole thronj'b Aleppo to IfJibisj.
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effective immediately, making it the lowest priced car
on the market, in its class;
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Them'-All in Tons' and Ccnslrocllcri
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WHY PAY MORE !"
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, rrr4 T-. VfoMn r. ToVrf
is an unfinished-sectfon of a few ht he kfed' ,ni,ab
dred miles. Before the war, trair.s!for of Kahaism. had adepted nine
did not run at night on this line, but SJY- symbolic number cf hi3 re re-this
this re-this was changed by stern necessity! Vf fU Urn?
When normal traffic conditions are re- hoald, have nine Wes. with many,
established, the jouniey from Oonstan. i W8? fI; t!ien!ne
Unople to Bagdad and on to the Pcp.""? .. to unite In oae
Elan Gulf can be made in a few days. .i ,e;
s ; Bourgeolse sketched the idea; but
. he- had to put it.lin plaster, as he did
Shakespeare Farm to Be Sold. v cot. know-how to carve. So one Sun Sun-Ainong
Ainong Sun-Ainong the numerous landed prop-! (jay a friend taught him. And then
ertles which are comlnsr Into market J te carved the three stories one by one,
during the next TewmtI3lj'CE?r'oj j"deslghin;i the'seebnd only after the
more than ordinary.; Internet, name1y, first. was crms.!tea, and the third only
Cfrsndon Underwood estate, Buck j when details of the second were final.
Inghamshire, says the London Tele; Ills model : took first prize. And it is
- graph. .This belongs to MrsJiMgott a't probable that- Abul Bahal, present
' member of a family resident in' the dis-! pontiff of Bahalsri, will come to CSi CSi-trict
trict CSi-trict for centuries, who has decided tc cago to ;irve.r
sell. Thls'TiJlaga has many, historical j
and literary-associations, which chiefly
center round Its i ; westerly '.' .portion,
where stands the old Elizabethan hab habitation
itation habitation now- known as Shakerpeara
farm, r :
. It was Jsere, when the house" was.
a wayside hostelry, f then named the
Old, Shippe, that' Shakespeare; It U
afilrmed,-nsed to stay when 3ourney
Ing to and from Stratford-on-Avon.
0AVE 'HEY;. IDEA TO 70nLD
Archltoct Admits Ht" Owta to Lucky
' Dream Structural Sdwma Whieh
Makaa Minn Fameua. t -,
. When the new three-ctory Bahal
temple, which is to cost several minion
dollars, is erected in Chicago a dream
ttat Lctis Bcnrgeclsa cf Kesr York
city struggled with for 12 years to put
into plans and designs will have ma ma-tarlalixed.
tarlalixed. ma-tarlalixed. '.:-.
Mora than 23 years eo XScsrssoSsa
eat on the sea shore one night tradrs
out lines he found in the'stsdy cf tho
movement cf the stars. A wave rush rushed
ed rushed In over bis markings on the candi,
and they were lost Just 12 years ago
he heard of the competition for the
BahaLtgmple. He mnrtsraired hf 3 h
0280 fflim affl'M
v.' !. 4..' v. Z.- V ;.' VJ ''
to it. Twenny-five
'i-- i-. ? s. r- .-T: :.
! PtOrO Which hlS Wif 6, BTS UrtiSt T&U
BEST FOR'! OF, 7lHD L10T0H
s .f J 'i i : ,1.' J
f,!achinot That WiHrWork In Perfect
i Calm Is Recent Jrivenilsn of a
, For decades attempts at ccntrztt ccntrztt-Isg
Isg ccntrztt-Isg a wlsd motor that wcrfcs so stead steadily
ily steadily as to be used profitably for ren-
'eratlng electricity', failed because wiu3
motor and generator were directly
connected by a red, and the" Quantity
'of electric current was In direct pro proportion
portion proportion to tha power' developed by tha
A Stockholm (Swedes) ,Tnanufacts
er racceeied recently In ; constrsct constrsct-ing
ing constrsct-ing a satisfactory wind motor. TTilla
the wind 13 atrosg only part cf G.a
motor's power is utilized to drit thg
Etnsrrte?, r;!a tha frplua pesrer:
lifts a heavyweight attach?! to an
endless chain.'. When tha wind is net
ztrtzg esoh to f crnlj cedent tzo
tCT OV?ZT. C7-CC3.-1S3 wss2y, Ck&
crstor Is kept la Eotla by tha f oysa
cf tha sl-ffwlf fsllixj weft- -.
Tfca tzzzczx 6wEd crec?,
cca, trxta tZzt the frsneratcy Is "fes
workln at fcS'aiptcity even II as
Has been reduced
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MeisbcrsUp ia tw Flarjvia Ciu-ui .narie require!
v ofily the abiirty to co-operate. No' initiation fca,
bo ircsbcrtiup iis. For iniotnLiioay'coasiilt th
saaBsger of ecaxest associaticn or sub-cschare, or
vilLs ta tbts busauesi nufer at 1 suispa.
rtiHc' Properly fitted glasses
41 .0' rive away that sqint-
1 lT.' ftff- drawn, unnatural
see j' expression seen in def ec-
.wv ve eye3.
DR.- K. J. WEIIIE,
Optometrist and Outkian
The road to success is advertising,,
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APPLICATION FOR PARDON
Notice is hereby given that I R. B.
Duff, intend to apply to' the state
board of pardons, at its next sheeting,
Nov. 9 and 10 1920, at' Tallahassee,
Florida, for a pardon from the sen sentences
tences sentences pronounced on me in the cir circuit
cuit circuit court of Marion county, at Ocala,
Fla, June 2, 1920; R. B. Duff.
Raiford; Fla., Oct. 9, 1920. wed-4t
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TRUS CACMANOE? A
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
, BUILDER :
Careiul estimates made on all con contract
tract contract m ork. Gives more and better
work ftr' the money than any other
contractor in the city. 7
Advertising builds business.
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CANADA WILL SEND
GREAT EXHIBIT TO
THE FLORIDA FAIR
Plans to Duplicate in Jacksonville Ex
hlblt, Which Was -Used at San
Jacksonville, Flal The Canadian
government will send a mammoth ex exhibit
hibit exhibit to the Florida State Fair and Ex Exposition,
position, Exposition, which will be held here, No November
vember November 13 to 27. 7
The fair management is in -receipt
of a letter from J. M. MacLachlaa,
agent for the panadian government, ia
which he states he is anxious to dupli
cate at the big Florida fair the same
exhibit Canada sent to the Saa. Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco exposition 1
This exhibit is a very expensive one,
and requires considerable floor space
In order to show it to advantage. It
fe complete and : comprehensive, and
will demonstrate what America's great
Northern 7 neighbor is doing in the
realms of agriculture, varied Industries
fine arts; etc Among its particularlj
interesting features Is a display ol
grains, straw, grasses and general ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural products. 7
Canada long ago learned the efficacy
of fairs a helping along development
of that' country, each year, -not
only staged expositions in its various
provinces but sends its exhibits to tJe
great fairs held in the United States,
7 This Canadian'xhibit, tdgether with
the mammoth United States Govern Government
ment Government display; which fa -again coming
to Florida, will give the state institu institution
tion institution an added importance.
NEED OF FOREIGN MARKETS
New York Business Man Tells. How In
file-Opinion America May
. ,. Control Trade Marts.
: "If the United States expects to ob obtain
tain obtain Its share of the world's com commerce,"
merce," commerce," a New York broker was over
heard to'say, "It must keep pace with
other, world powers with which It has
to compete. Trained men are neces
sary In any line of business and for foreign
eign foreign commerce Is one line in'. which
training Is absolutely esseatiaL'V
"I believe that the United States
merchant marine Is again to come Into
its own,", continues the same broker
In the Washington Post, "but the finest
lot of merchandise on earth, coupled
with the greatest eeji? merchant yes yes-sels
sels yes-sels 6ver Known, is of no avail unless
backed up by the selling ability and
understanding of trained men who
know how to place American goods In
foreign markets. : v.. 7 r
All the large mercantile firms are
taking steps to train men specially for
each country in which they expect to
do business. The prospective salesman
or manager : "for anyv particular coun country
try country is educated In the language, his-
tory, traditions and peculiarities of
that country, so that he can in a sense
meet thee.n he.r
He knows Just what to do under given
conditions and is of vast value to .the
firm that employs him. 7
"The bureau,' of foreign and domes domestic
tic domestic commerce is doing a great deal of
good in aiding in the introduction of
American, goods abroad, but I think
the government should go a step furth-"
er and have a regular school for such
experts, maintained on the same stand standing
ing standing and in the same relation to com commerce
merce commerce in general as West Poini stands
to the army or Annapolis to the navy.
The students should be taught every
possible fact regarding European, Asi Asiatic
atic Asiatic and South American countries, so
that tbey: could step forth as experts,
each on some particular country. Such
a school would amply repay the gov government
ernment government Jn the large Increase In vol volume
ume volume of foreign business which, woulii
be attained.".- ..'
SAVING DID HIM f!0 GOOD
Fate-Had Laugh at Man Who Prac Practiced
ticed Practiced Self-Dcnlal In the Use
1 r-;";77v"6f Tebace-.'; -:7'
7 "Six years ago," said Smlthson, "I
made up my mind that I was smoking
too much. It didn't seem to affect my
health In the least, but I thought it a
foolish waste of money, and I decided
to give it up." I
i "A very sensible Idea," remarked
s i t T"ilv'
! "So .1 thought at the time. I reck
oned un as closely as I could how
much I had been spending each day
on cigars and tobacco. That sum I
set aside each morning, and started a j
barking account with It. I wanted to ;
be able to show exactly how much 1
had saved by not smoking" j
: "And how did It workf Inquired
, "At the end of six years I had lloO
lartbe bank." -7- -"Good
J Could you let me"
"And a. few days later," Interrupted
Smlthson, "last Tuesday, In fact the
bank failed. You haven't got a cigar
about you. have you?"
, She Objected at Last
' He had Just gone Into the grocery
business and did nothing except talk
"shop-shop-shop" when he went' to
see his best girl. At first she endured
.it because she did not wish to. offend
him; later merely because she could
find no way to reprove him.
But her chance came. One night
when he was at her house he picked;
up the telephone book and began
Idly to glance through It. His Idle
manner became one of interest as he.
'scanned one page. Then her wrath
overcame her. "It's been bad- enough
tO hear XOXl talk, mhfmt fwkhlnor aIm
out tnat old store," sSe' gtorinSdl "but
lfs too much for you to come to ray
bouse and go through the telephone
book hunting out prospective custom customers.
ers. customers. 7"--7
Praise for Hlah-Heled Shoes.
Women's high-heeled shoes, regard regarded
ed regarded by medical science for years as
production of nervous troubles, paral paralysis
ysis paralysis and' other ills, have at last come
,in for professional commendation.
That high-heeled shoes ?may be re regarded
garded regarded as a preventive of consumption
was" the declaration of Doctor Gautlea
before the Academy of Sciences. 7
Doctor Gautiez, following experi experiments,
ments, experiments, found, be declared, that the ac
' tion of standing or walking on the toes
is conducive to chest breathing as. op opposed
posed opposed to abdominal breathing. Many
cases of consumption, he pointed out,
Iiave their origin In the fact that the
upper lungs of abdomioal breathers
become diseased through lack of com complete
plete complete use a condition from which the
wearers of high-heeled shoes seldom
7 Tractor Which Walks.
A new type of tractor that has re
cently been developed has a series of
legs and walks like a horse. There are
four crankshafts, each having a set of
four legs, giving the tractor sixteen
legs' on -which it walks. In addition
there are four wheels automatically automatically-operated
operated automatically-operated by tbe tractor engine, 'so that
they can be ; lowered to the- roadbed,
thus converting the machine Into a
motor truck. The feet are shod to con conform
form conform to the ground conditions.
It Is said that the tractor may be
used to plow, seed, cultivate, harrow,
mow and harvest, rake, furnish power
for other machinery as a tractor and
power plant and also to act as a truck
for road work and heavy hauling. ;
5 7 Improved Aluminum.
A curious new form of alumlnuia
has been attracting attention la
France. When the pure metal is beat beat-.ed
.ed beat-.ed in a vadium, 97 per cent of it Is
slowly volatilized In 73 hours at about
1.100 degress Centigrade; and the
whole Is volatilized In SO hours at
1200 degrees centigrade. A small por portion
tion portion always' proves less volatile than
the rest Quite often a kind of frac fractional
tional fractional distillation yields an aluminum
residue that has Increased affinity for
oxygen, and within a a month this is-
completely changed Into a bulky gray-ish-whlte,,
mixture of alumina and
aluminum. One suggestion Is that Im Impurities
purities Impurities of Iron or silicon Impart this
j peculiarity. But analysis shows only
1 four per cent of Iron and five per pent
! est' KlUrnn' nnrt tho fnrm rvf motal tin
readily oxidized- Proves. thpreforA to
De purer than the aluminum used for
j; kitchen utensils and various other trar-
poses with no tendency to become oxi-
dized. It is concluded that the easily
oxidized metal Is an allotropic form
Prepared for Tourists.
Tourists flocking to the war cone
expected in view of tbe fact that hard hardly
ly hardly a hotel was left -habitable when the
Germans retreated eighteen months
ago. The latest innovation of French
tourist agencies is a -hotel opened in
Arras,' where a series of ordinary rail railroad,
road, railroad, coaches are arranged in a square
with a tent roof over the .center, form forming
ing forming reception and dining rooms. The
Arras train hotels have eighty rooms,
each coach providing four compart-
ments large enough to accommodate
j the most fastidious customers. Bunga
low hotels are being erected, especial
ly in the Arfonne," where, the shell shell-torn
torn shell-torn trees are being razed to provide
timber for Canadian 'style cottages.
Ferpstten Distances; :'"'';..
Americans who have forgotten tht
geography lessons of their school days
will be surprised by statements made
In an article on Chinese trade pub published
lished published in Shipping. Manila, It says,
which Is an American insular posses possession,
sion, possession, 13 closer to China than Is Tcklo,
the capital of Japan, The Alaskan
"coast Is within 50 : miles of ; Siberia.
Therefor?, the article concludes, tt
would seem that America should be
more Interested In AslAtic.than In Eu-
I ropean trade. From the Outlook.-
v New Ideafer Garage.
The bewest public garage has a fea feature
ture feature saving the automobile owner a lot
1 of annoyance which he Invariably ex-
1 Jn Ws car ,t0
spaca assigned to him at a 'public gar garage.
age. garage. The new Idea ts to ma it on a
transfer truck- which carries the car
to the desired place and tlie automa automa-blle
blle automa-blle Is run off the track into its place.
This arrangement also conserves, floor
FEW IDEAS OF REAL; VAUUE
wTreles's Teiegraphy and T Telephony
' Are Stiir Comparatively In the
Stages of infancy. 7
"As every one knows. It Is a com comparatively
paratively comparatively simple thing to get a patent
on anything. so long as you have a
good patent attorney and are able to
Incorporate a few .new kn I ck knacks in
your device. But. such a thing as a
really new Idea, not to speak of a
basic one. Is scarcer than the proverb proverbial
ial proverbial "hen's teeth."
Thus EL Gernsback, In the Radio
Amateur News, comments on the
rarltv of anvthinz new in wlreles3
telegraphy, or telephony. Inventors, fee
says, content themselves with making
Improvements in existing devices.
These are good, but Inventors should
not get the Idea that the last word
has been said In basic principles. He
says fome ine wljl .probably discover
a more- seuStsve detector tsaa xi?
vacuum tuhe; some one will davico e
better transmitter; some, one wiH la la-vent
vent la-vent a receiver that makes use of Xhz
eyes Instead of tlie ears. Get o2 tha
beaten path," he says.
To Give China a Bible.
Americans have spent $122,000 S3
far to, rive China a Bible in its cwa
language, the Ma-adarln. And Just ntrm
.they are agreeing to spend SZlJkZJ
more to put the Bible Into type an
'plates and to piint and bind an edi edition.
tion. edition. However, It is expected that
copies will be sold to sufS cleat value
to pay the printing 'bill, and it is fur further
ther further explained tSat these sums for ex expenditures
penditures expenditures are llexiean, which money
is the standard of China at thfs time.
It has been" found by American schol-
ars that the Chinese Mandarin Is a,
wonderfully flexible language,' capable
of expressing almost every shade cf
meaning. More than twesty-ve years
has been the porlod cf preparation,
and foremost American and Chinese,
scholars have had part. The" aim has
been not only 1:0 give the. Chinese
people a Bible .tut to give them cma
that Is pure" In language and .will set
the -standard fcr the republic that
English transitions set for the Eng-
Is for people who number more than
a fourti of the vrorld population.
x Palestine x Have Stamps.
Palestine is the. only country which
has no postage stamp of, Its own. But
representatives cf the Zionist govern government
ment government have Informed London philatel philatelists
ists philatelists that this anomaly promises soon
to be rectified, for, with the establish establishment
ment establishment of Palestine as the national .tome
of the Jewish nation. It 13 .believed
little time will bo lost In emulating the
examples of-other small nations called
into being by mandates of the peace
conference vj the Issuance of distinc distinctive
tive distinctive "stamps.7 Scamps soli by British
army post oSces In adjacent 'former
enemy territory ere being utilized by
overprinting wt!3i the. word "Pales "Palestine."
tine." "Palestine." v ?.
Material for Bridges.
Bridges .now needed In national
parks and forejit reserves" are to be
built of the stel girders and trusses,
and other bridge 'material, which wes
ready to be shipped to France, fgr
the use, of the American army, when
the war ended. There is a vast
amount of this material on hand, ready
drilled and quite portable, 2,8 pounds
being the maximum weight of any
part. Popular Mechanics Magazine.'
Burden cf Public Debts.
The annual interest on the debt of
Great Britain la 12.92 per cent of her
income, that of France 52.17 per cent,
that of Italy 11.43 per cent, that of
the United Statos 2.53 per cent, that of
jGermany 20.96 per cent, that of Aus Austria
tria Austria 25.92 per cent, that of Hungary
24.73 per cent, that of Bulgaria 21.83
per cent, and that of Turkey 17.C0 per
Dubbfe'.ln a Sapphire.
There U exliibited in the Crit!it
museum a sapphire weighing nioe
carats and containing a bubble that
"appears and dlisappeary with change"
cf temperature. It la believed that a
cavity in the gim encloses, a quantity,
of carbonic acid j;aa under great prc v
sure. When the temperature Is fucht fucht-as
as fucht-as to correspond with the "critical
point" for the gas, under the particular
pressure to wtiich It Ls subjected la.
its brilliant, prison house, it llQtsfIc3 llQtsfIc3-and
and llQtsfIc3-and becomes visible at a bubble.
. Held Whiskers Sacre-i.
If the beard has any standing in th
world today. It 13 undoubtedly becaus
of the Jews, who held their whisker
fa be sacred, and swore "by them.
Later, the Turks did the same. Th e
sultan's followers used to comb, their
whiskers after prayers, catch tha
hairs that came; out, break them in
two and bury them, on the tbeory
that in some mysterious way th? hairs
helped to ma&s soft walking to th
gates of paraa. This tLi Ttrk
firmly believed.''.-, ...
.. -WanteJ li Demonstration.'.
Louise had die bab'.t of rusalng to
her mother, for a hug and a kiss at
frequent intervals during day.X)23
day she stpod tefore.her other, who
-was busy knitting, for some moments
without getting any attention. Finally
Loufie sard: "Do you lo?e va
Ejarsmar "Tel, dear," from mother.
Louise "waited it moment longer with
out receiving the accustcme-i criresj,,
then burst oat with, "Well, why don'tj
you love me by hand V
7. 7 XJulnine.
Quinine Is used In great quantltlr
tn the "Cnfted S':ate and an enormou'
sum Is annually paid for the importei
drug, most of wliich comes from Simtlj
America, Its sonrce being the cinchocrj'
tree, which Is found over an area cij
great diversity of soil and climate, thti
principal clnchcna belt being a stdpi
100 miles wide : and 2.003 miles lonf.:
Many trees are found growing at alti altitudes
tudes altitudes of 2,500 to 9.000 feet above-seat
Decline of the Apron.
The apron ls worn today by the
woman who Is not ashamed to work,"
but In earlier centuries It was an arti article
cle article of clothing assumed by ristocracy
and even royalty. The word has un undergone
dergone undergone a curious decapitation ; it
was originally "a napron," but the,
"n" became a:red to the wrong letter.
The opposite process occurred in "aa
ekename." whlca was eventually traus-
.' .' t.x'l
U OCA LA EVENING. STAC, VfEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1920
, If you have any. society items,
j.hcne to five-one.
Temperature this morning, 62; this
. Mr. W. L. Carter of Fairfield was
, ia the city for the day.
Mr. Tf5T. E. McKayof Coleman is a
visitor in. the city today.
ZIr.'W.-E. Nelson of Belleview was
a visitor in town this morning.
Miss E. M. Smedley of Santos" was
"visiting friends in the city yesterday.
, v -- ,. r
Try some of "Ole Mammy Pra
lines, the most delicious nut candy
ver made. The Court Pharmacy. 6t
. -- p
Mr. G W. Chace returned this
morning from a business visit to Ma Macon,
con, Macon, Ga. ..' -.V
Mr. Lee Miller's friends are glad to
js him out again after a several
' Mr. E. C. Coody, formerly a resi resi-entof
entof resi-entof Ocala, but now of Jacksonville,
is in the .city.
; deep; 3 cssts at Gexisfr JDrc& liters.
Ilr. W. B. Brabham of Orange Lake
'"was a well known business Visitor in
town yestercay. .-. v-..-:,.'1'-
Mrs. J. H. Brooks and daughter,
Urs. W. .. W. Clyatt left yesterday, for
a brief visit to St. Petersburg. :
Your feet aire your best friends. If
fcuvjr give jruu kruuuie nrxijr jw iuv
a free .examination by M. II. little.
graduate practipedist. 11-tf
Mr. F. L. Jones; formerly df Calla-'
,. -uaii, pud ouw icsiumg in uuua, weui
to his former home yesterday to' cast
Motoring to Gainesville for the day
with Mr. PhillipG Murphy were Mr.
S. M. Piper of Atlanta, Mr. Morris E.
Lucas of Orlando, Mrs. J..W. Pumas,
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and Miss Blair
Wood row of this city.
W. II. Lane, JL il Physician .and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, ar. Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. tf.
'Mr. J. C. CaldwelL forrrjcrlv suncr-
intendent of the ." Ocala electric light
plant, was in town Tuesday on his
way to his home in Atlanta from Si.
Petersburg. Mr. Caldwell has a fine
situation in Atlanta.
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Pont fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlp thing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
Lighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mr Oscar Rollerafter many years
of absence is in the city on a brief
Visit, and although it has been some
time since he has seen his friends
here, he was not forgotten and they
are guying him -a 'cordial welcome.
Oslyone drink served fa each cup
at.Gerig's Drug Store. 23-tf
Mr. W. L. Gray has received the
sadiews of the death of his brother
at York, Pa. Mr. Gray's brother, like
himself was in the army, although
above the age limit. He was in the
photographic branch of the 'signal
Double recleaned seed cats and rye.
Ocala. Seed Store. .. 6-tf
The meeting of the King's Daugh Daughters
ters Daughters that was to have been held to to-rforrow
rforrow to-rforrow afternoon with V Mrs. G. C,
Shepbard has been postponed until
next week, Thursday, on account of a
number of th members 'being absent
Girl wanted at Kindt's music store.
R. E. Lloyd, formerly associated
with the United Cattle Loan-snd Live
Stock Co., of Des Moines, Iowa, and
at present associated with Mr, IL M.
Bennett in- the organization of the
Southern Cattle, Loan Co. of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, is in Ocala as a giiest of
Mr. G. M. ChaCe, who is also associat associated"
ed" associated" with the company.
No fear of eenrls when you drink
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
The Eastern Star sewin? circle was
delightfully entertained yesterday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at the Masonic home by Mrs.
J. Mr Thackerson. There were quite
a number present and besides accom accomplishing
plishing accomplishing a great deal of work the la ladies
dies ladies enjoyed themselves socially.. At
the conclusion, Mrs, Thackerson serv served
ed served home made candies, cakes and
fruft punch. ; v
Ask for "Ole Mammy" Pralines 15
cents. The Court Pharmacy. l-t
Mrs. Pavid Gamble is cruite ill at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jerry
Burnett. Their friends trust that
Mrs. Gamble will at an early date be
entirely well again. On account of
her. illness her daughters, Mrs. J. T.
Jones of Williston and Mrs. Roland
Marsh of Sanford; have arrived in the
city. Mr. Burnett's son4n-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. lazier, bave
also arrived to be with their, grandmother...
Mrs. A. P. Baskin, Mrs. H. A.
XTeadows and Miss Mildred Manning
f Anthony were shoppers in the city
lor .the day. v v-:-,;-.; f'v: :i
Double recleanea seed oats Snd rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf
Mrs. A. Buser of Lake Kerr and
Captain W. E. McGahagin of Dunnel Dunnel-lon,
lon, Dunnel-lon, were among the visitors to the
city for the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haviland, Mr.
C E. Tremere and other Belleview
people were in town this morning to
get the election returns. t
The Woman's Auxiliary of the Am American
erican American Legion wilj meet tonight at-8
o'clock. Please do not- forget the
promised donation, of cups and sauc saucers.
ers. saucers. .-.'
, Mis Mary Burford leaves tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon for a month's visit at
the home 'of her brftther, Mr. R. A.
Hurford Jr., and family, in Birming Birmingham.
Gerisr's Druer Store has instituted
individual service" at iis soda foun-
Mr. A. E. Gerig .returned yesterday
from a visit to South Carolina and
"Washington. Mrs. Gerig, who accom
panied Mr. Gerig, wili not. return for
a few. days. v
Pont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company, Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
ighting f or QUALITY not prices, tf
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bdoth and Mrs.
Booth's brother,' Mr. H. M. Scroggins
are here on a brief visit from South
Carolina. Mr- Booth was for a num
ber of years superintendent 'of the
Ccala Knitting Mill and he and his
wife nave many friends here who are
glad to see them again.
A silver musical tea will be given
bythe victory way committee at the
Woman's Club Wednesday, November
3rd, at 4 o clock p. m. A fine- pro
gram will be rendered. JVll club mem members,
bers, members, and the public 'are cordially in invited
vited invited 30-3t
The following visitors were noted
on .the streets yesterday: Mrs. Roy
Perdue, Newark, N." J.; Miss Lillian
Grimes, Summerfield ; Mrsl Reese E.
Lindsay, Anthony; Mrs. J T.' E. Gas-
kins and Mrs. J. F. Gaskins, Shady;
Mrs. J. Bottleman, Summerfield, and
Mrs. J. G. Baldorf, Candler.
. Flower bulbs at the Ocala Seed
The council didnt pass the 'ordi 'ordinance,
nance, 'ordinance, but we put in the individual
service. Gerig's Drug Store. 23-tf
i Tomorrow afternoon at four o'clock
at the high school building, there will
be a meeting of the Paient-Teacher
Association and.. all members are urg urged
ed urged to be present as there .will be an
election of officers.
; Just arrived York Imperial, Stay Stay-mon
mon Stay-mon and old time Winesap. Jonathan,
Winter Banana and Delicious apples,
Emperor grapes, Flemish beauty and
Avocado pears, oranges, pecans, Bra Bra-til
til Bra-til nuts, cucumbers, squash and other
things. W. A. Stroud's. Phone 218. 2t
MISS RICE WILL GIVE 4
' .' A NOVEL 'PERFORMANCE
Mrs. J. R Moorhead is at home
after several: months absence from
the city spent at Warren, Pa. En
oute home Mrs., Moorhead stepped in
Norfolk, Va., to pay a visit -.to., her
sons, Mr. Josslyn Moorhead, who is
ki"u training school there and Mr.
Walter Moorhead, who is awaiting the
leave oi his ; ship, k Mrs. ) Moorhead
hurried home to cast ner vote for th'e
democratic ticket. f
Popular. Soloist will -Sing in Compari Comparison
son Comparison with the Famous New -:
Is it possible for a singer o sing a
duet with herself?
Can a living voice and : the same
voice re-created on an instrument be
so identical in tone quality that they
cannot be. distinguished, one from the
other? .. ;.
Has science V achieved a. triumph
that marks the. dawn of a new day in
the art of music?
These are some of the questions questions-questions
questions questions-questions in which every person : of
culture .must ; take a deep interest interest-that
that interest-that will be answered at the recital
to be given at the Temple theater,
Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Invi Invitations
tations Invitations to this affair, at which Gladys
Rice, the celebrated American concert
Soprano, will sing, have been received
by many prominent musicians of this
city; and interest in the coming affair
seems ,to be keen in- musical circles.
The appearance of r Miss Rice, of
course, would be. sufficient to arouse
the enthusiasm of ',music lovers here,
but the fact that she will lend her
superb voice to the Jaudab'le workof
revealing conclusively that the mar-
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Take a Trip Through
'. AN L?JPORTANT LETTEB
' Columbus, Ga.- Doctor Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery is cer--tainly
a grand medicine for stomach"
trouble. I have suffered greatly
all my life with disordered stomach.
My food seemed to set so heavy,
no matter what I ate.4 1 have taken
many of the medicines advertised
for this trouble but noae of them has
ever come up to 'Golden Medical
Discovery for giving-prompt and
lasting relief. : Whenever I have a
sluggish : liver with sick headache
and constipation I have found that
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets area
very efficient remedy. They do not
gripe or cause any other distressing
condition such as a great many pills
do."-MRS. Laura Kimbrough, 3503
Few families have not at -some
time or 'other used this Golden
Medical Discovery. 0 v er twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four million bottles have been sold
in this country.
Send 10c to Dr. Pierce's invalids
Hotel in Buffalo, K. Y., for trial
package of the tablets.
velous achievement of the re-creation
of musical sound has been attained,
adds immeasurable interest to the
In the cominsr recitaL Miss Rice
will sing in comparison with her voice
as re-created by the New Edison, to
enable those in the, audience to judge
whether or not the living voice can
be made to live forever. A superb
urogram has been arranged a pro program
gram program that will reveal all of the fasci fascinating
nating fascinating qualities of the glorious voice
of the young sopranol At times her
living voice will be heard alone; at
times she will sing in unison with her
re-created voice; at times she will
sing duets with herself .'The audience
will try to pick the two golden
threads of tone apart to say which
one lives for the moment and which
one has been, made immortal.
. Cards of admittance may be secur secured
ed secured from the Kelly-Miller Music Co.,
Harrington Hall corner, if you "wish
to hear this question answered.
:F you failed to visit our No. 1 Store on the 28th,
you missed a treat. l
Here is your chance again, for on Thursday, the
4th, we want every lady in Qcala and surrounding
country to visit this store between trie hours of threo
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, dp tft know what you are missing.
J On the above named-day, and during the hours
? mentioned, we will give away
i; :M!!T-TW0 BAGS 07 TEE Ei3T
' '.:. i YOU- EElf USEi.
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 th'at
swe will only give ons representative fxom Bach
family a chance to draw a prize.
CASH AND CMmV- :: ;
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
.SALE, FOR KENT AND SIM-,
.," ILAR LOCAL NEEDS i
RATES Six line, maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 60c.; six times
75c.;. one month. $3. Payable in id id-fance.
fance. id-fance. ;"'";
FOR SALE Fifty acre farm two
miles from Ocala. Apply to owners,
i Collier Brothers. 30-tf'-.-
FOR SALE--One sorrel mare, eight
I years old; weight, 950 pounds. Well
! broke and good saddler. See R. H.
: Connell, Anthony, Fla. ; 1-I2t6
FOR SALE CHEAP--One good farm
. mule. Dr. W. B. Livingston, "Ken-
drick, Fla. 1 v 29-6t
STRAYEp A red mule strayed to
my house Saturday nignt. tsame
can be recovered by owner calling
. and paying for keep and this ad.
Sarah Gownes, 16TS. 2nd St. 2-3t
FOR SALE A few grapefruit and
sour orange trees, lexeste ngs, hx hx-'
' hx-' celsior and Dorothy Perkins roses,
' Japan varnish trees, three or four
Japan walnut, "Catalpa ,Speciosa;
mock lemon or golden dep drop;
Sae-o oalms. beautiful 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,
FOR SALE 10-acre improved truck
farm with implements: one horse,
one jersey cow. Must sell by Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Nov. 6th. Located 2
miles south on Dixie Highway, and
known as old Smoak place. D. C.
"IMalta is the largest of the Maltese
Islands, situated between Europe and
Africa in the central channel which
connects the eastern and western
"basins of the Mediterranean sea.
These islands belong to Great Britain,
and the inhabitants are said to be
direct descendants of the Phoenicians.
'The prosperity of the island depends
upon the military forces which are
based there and those who tarry there
at intervals. It is a base for the
British Mediterranean fleet and it is
seldom that men-o'-war of many na nationalities
tionalities nationalities cannot be found in the
harbor. The harbor is beautiful and
adequate, though with the coming -of
the big steam vessels in the Mediter Mediterranean
ranean Mediterranean trade it was necessary to com commence
mence commence the construction of a large
breakwater for needs of the future.
ture, though there are few large
farms, some IOjOOO inhabitants hold holding
ing holding farms of four acres and smaller,
and they do hot produce enough for
their needs, importing a large per percentage;
centage; percentage; of their supplies. For this
reason the money brought hi by visi visitors
tors visitors and the military forces is neces necessary
sary necessary for the prosperity of the island,
and in the absence of the- British
fleets for any long period the, natives
are apt to be in want.
tn casting about, as is the usual
custom, for" souvenirs and goods to
bring homethe American bluejackets
buy large quantities of hand-made
lace for which the island is noted.
During the Spanish war, hundreds
of our men stopped at Malta, which
was a port of call for our transports
en -route to Manila, and again in the
great war our sailors on duty in the
Mediterranean found Malta a naven
of rest and. recreation. :
In the upper picture we see an Am American
erican American bluejacket standing by the
fountain in the beaiitiful Irish' gar gardens,
dens, gardens, and below the U. S. S. Chester
in the harbor of Malta.
Malta is of extreme military im importance
portance importance to anyone wishing to hold
power in the Mediterranean, and like
Gibraltar, the British have the island
strongly fortified and keep a large
garrison there at all times.
; There are many : points ; of interest
in' the Mediterranean of, which Malta
is not the least,, and one i3 .indeed
fortunate to be able to isit these
places, seeing the" people and studying
tneir customs, in the land where East
STRAYED Two 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. Gi-ubbs,
known as Smoak place, Ocala, 3t
FOR RENT Three room apartment.
Phone 221 or inquire at 607. Fort
Km? avenue. "s-bt
FOR SALE First class auto paint
ing and top trimming business do-
" ing from $1700 to $2000 per month.
Will stand strictest investigation.
Good reason for celling. Box 5,
Gainesville, iia. za-yx
P. O. EOS CC 3
' LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS,
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS; ETC.
WE NEVER DISAPPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE.
m 's. a
:h a.- X? l M t r .m:
;- T Aclmicsion, 23c and 50c'
Ganc Called 4:15
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FOR RENT Rooms for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Apply at No. 50, JJorth
Magnolia St. 27-t
FOR SALE-A Ford roadster prac prac-'
' prac-' tically new, 'with extra truck body,
$400. Florida Soft Phosphate 5
Lime' Co. 2S-t
meets West, arid where the battles of
the world have been fought smce civ civilization
ilization civilization began.
The 'Expression cf Many a Kidney
Severer ia Ocala
A stubborn backache is cause to
suspect kidney trouble. "When the kid kidneys
neys kidneys are inflamed and swollen, stoop stooping
ing stooping brings a sharp twinge in the
small of the back, that almost, takes
the breath away. Doan'a Kidney Pills
revive sluggish kidneys relieve ach aching
ing aching backs. .Here's. Ocala proof:
J. E. Allemand, proprietor of jew jewelry
elry jewelry store, 23 Hain St., Ocala, says:
Some time ago I wrenched my back
while working in my garden and for
some time following had a constant
ache across the small of rayback and
in my hips. It was distressing for
me to straighten up after I had sat
in one position for any length of
time. I began to use Doan's Kidney
Pills and they surely proved their
merit in a short time, for they caused
every symptom of this trouble to dis disappear.
appear. disappear. I take a few of Efoan's oc occasionally
casionally occasionally to keep my 'kidneys in good
. Price. 60c. at .all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-. get
I T)i-5ti'b "KiAnpv Ti 1 1 a- t h a nno that
Mr. Allemand had. Foster-Milhurri
Co, Mfrs., Buffald, N. Y. Adv. 63
1 The road to" success is advertising.
HlllLiiUi U Cui l Julli
. Arrival and departure cf p.assssfer
trains at OCALA UNION SXATXQ2"
Ths following cchalule fisurea p
lisned as inlormation and net gtmr gtmr-anteed.
anteed. gtmr-anteed. (Eastern Standard Tias)
SEABOARD AI2 LINE nAILEOAD
JackcnviI2N'ycik 2:10 era
4:C3 pm Tsmpa-St. Pctrsbrs 4:C5pss
ATLAimC COAST LINE S. E.
2 :12 pm J acksonville-NTork 2 :43 &a
1:45 pm Jkscnville-GEins villa S:23pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesvilla 10:13 pm
2:42 am SUetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petshrg-L&keland 1:25 cm
7:10 am Dunnellon .Ti'ilccx
7:25 am Dunellcn-leland ll:C3pss
3:25 pm .Homcsissa 1:20 pa
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 an
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
'Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
Ask the Court Pharmacy for the
"Story of the Candy of the South'"
Pralines, 15 cents each. 1-Ct