Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
OGALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1920
VOL. 26, SO. 2G5
COX S DEFEAT
Republican Vote in the North and
West Buried Democratic almcri-
ties Out of Sight
New York, Nov'. 4. Tennessee
svung into the swelling: republican
Column 'shattering' democratic tradi traditions
tions traditions of a solid south.
Unofficial but nearly complete re re-tarns
tarns re-tarns show that Tennessee coupled
with a similar upset in Oklahoma as assured
sured assured Harding of 385 electoral votes
against 127 for Cox, leaving 18 still
doubtful, divided -among Arizona,
Montana, Nevada, New Mexico and
The Memphis Commercial-Appeal on
thr returns from 93 out of 95 counties
in Tennessee gives Harding a lead of
20,000. Governor Roberts was beaten
by Alf Taylor decisively. V
No further actual unsets have been
reported from the south, although
several towns in Florida and Louisi Louisiana
ana Louisiana and several counties in Georgia
and Alabama broke precedents by
large Harding pluralities.
The republicans secured 254 'seats
in the House of Representatives and
the democrats 131, and other parties
four with 43 contested.
Fqrmer Speaker Champ Clark was
i The republicans are assured of a
'lend in the Senate of ten with -five
. HARDING'S LEAD IN OHIO
Columbus, O., Nov. 4. Later re returns
turns returns in. Ohio increased "Harding's
"lead. At noon the. returns showed
.Harding holding at 378,000 lead, with
all except one republican congress congressman
man congressman elected.
" LITTLE TOWN WILL BE LIT UP
Marion, Nov. 4. Senator Harding
was busy today clearing his desk for
departure on a vacation two days
hence to a Texas resort.
Marion will formally celebrate the
republican victory tonight.
SO AKFn TT TO SMTTTT
New York, Nov. 4. The returns
majority of 56.381 over Gov. Alfred
E. Smith, democrat, in the state gub gubernatorial
ernatorial gubernatorial contest. The vote was:
Miller-1,303,89; Smith 1,247,508."
ALICE IS AHEAD
Oklahoma City, Nov. 4. Miss Alice
Robertson, republican, is leading Rep Representative
resentative Representative Hastings in the Second
WORSE AND WORSER
Memphis, Nov. .4. There is a possi possibility
bility possibility on the available returns that
Tennessee may add two republicans to
her congressional- delegation, making
four republicans from the state.
AsheviUe, Nov. 4. Laban L. Jen Jenkins,
kins, Jenkins, republican defeated congress congressional
ional congressional candidate, charges wholesale
fraud in the election and has written
republican national headquarters that
he will contest the election of Zebulon
A SIGNIFICANT EVENT
German Ship Arrives at New .York
Right -After Harding's
Election ,. V
New York, Nov. 4,-r-A Germt-n ship
with a German crew arrived here to today.
day. today. This is the first German ship to
come to this port since 1914.
WANTS NO JAPS,
- 'BUT WANTS WINE
San Francisco, Nov. 4. California
Tuesday emphatically registered its
approval of the legislation against
a'ien land ownership in the state. The
amendment which was, aimed at the
Japanese, prohibiting them from own owning
ing owning or "holding any land in the state
was carried three, to one. The state
prohibition act, modeled after the
Volsted act, giving the state officials
the power to enforce prohibition was
defeated over two to one.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 4. Presi President
dent President Wilson has appointed Julien
Gunn, of Richmond, as federal attor attorney
ney attorney for the Eastern Virginia district.
the American Cafe.
Union Station, Ocal3,-for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner ir
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
yc;? want. Time for dinner 11 a. in. to
2:35 p. m
You will find those ?01e Mammy"
Pralines the finest Savored nut candy
you ever tasted. For sale only at the
Court Pharmacy. 1-Cfc
Storing Ammunition and Attacking
the Whites Doea Not
Orlando, Nov. 4. This vicinity is
quiet after former service men pa
trolled the territory adjacent to the
scene of the rioting Tuesday night.
Two whites and six blacks were killed
during the rioting.
As a result of the electien day fight
at Ocoee, twelve miles west of Orlan Orlando,
do, Orlando, when July Perry, negro, carried a
shotgun to 'the polls and insisted he!
would vote regardless of the fact that
he had not paid a poll tax, followed by
the killing in cold blood of two white
young men by the same Perry, the sit situation
uation situation may be summarized as follows:
Leo Borgard of Winter Garden, and
Eimer McDaniels, of Ocoee,. soldiers.
in the world war, dead : Sam Salis
bury, Charles Beatty, Young Wilson,
Frank Robmson, John Haner and sev several
eral several other whites wounded; July Per
ry, negro, dead, an unknown number
of negroes killed at the scene of the
riot; twenty-five negro houses, two"
negro churches and a negro lodge de
stroyed by fire; Ocoee and the immed immediate,
iate, immediate, section of the scene patrolled by
armed white men and irf the woods
and swamps intermittent firing from
blacks at bay as they are being press
ed further into the woods by the en
circling whites. Comparative calm
prevails though the air is surcharged
vith the intensity of the drama.
As the .negro houses blazed Tues
day morning there was the incessant
crackling and popping of shells and
cartridges, and when the church was.;
mearit was statea mat me detona
tions resembled the explosions of
miniature ammunition dumps on a
battle front. "It is declared that be between
tween between 500 and 1000 rounds of ammu ammunition
nition ammunition exploded in the church and in
Perry's house where the congregated
and desperate blacks fought like de
mons, 2000 rounds of ammunition ex
ploded. Examinations of. the debris
of the destroyed negro bouses reveal revealed
ed revealed numerous ftre arms of large and
A gruesome credation scene was ex
posed in all its f rightfulness as the
morning sun peeped over the smoke
laden field. One scene showed two
charred bodies of negroes who fought
to the last. One negro women is
known to have been killed. No 'chil
dren were victims. The situation is
in the hands of reliable citizens, ex ex-service
service ex-service men and home guards and no
further trouble is anticipated.
A VERITABLE HORSE FAIR
IS THE SPARKS CIRCUS
Despite the. fact that the automo
bile business is increasing month by
month, there yet remains the keenest
interest in the horse, perhaps not as
a beast of burden, but as an animal
of symmetry, intelligence and beauty.
And that is one of the reasons why
the Sparks circus which is to appear
in Ocala on Tuesday, Kov. 16th, car
ries with a horse fair equalled by no
other circus in the world.
"In the large tent adjoining the
menagerie, the horse fair forms a
daily adjunct to the trip into the "big
show."1 And so when the circus arrives
and you have paid your admission, do
not forget that feature of the circus,
for it is worth seeing. In the fair
this year will be found specimens of
the purest; bred Percfceroa possible to
obtain, as f well as representatives of
the thoroughbred, standard bred Suf
folk punch, coach horses, hackneys,
hunters and horses for. general pur
But in the maze of attractions, the
horse fair forms only cne of the feat features
ures features of the Sparks circus. The
clowns? They always form an impor important
tant important part of any circus and that is
the case with this vast amusement
enterprise. Forty- of' them are pres present
ent present m the performance every minute
and their presence can result in only
one thing laughter and lots of it.
By .the way there sis to be the two two-mile
mile two-mile long parade at 10:30 o'clock the
morning of the circus arrival in the
city, with all cages open, tableaux
wagons and floats of wondrous, splen splendor,
dor, splendor, herds of elephants and camels
most-of them driven in harness, 200
lady riders -and cavaliers, all mounted
on beautifully .caparisoned, spirited
horses in splendid fettle. It .will be
worth coming many miles to see, so
don't miss it.
Only one drink served in each cup
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & "Shoe. Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Just arrived, York Imperial, Stay Stay-mon
mon Stay-mon and old time JWinesap. Jonathan,
Winter Banana and Delicious, apples,
Emperor grapes, Flemish beauty and
Avocado pears, oranges, pecans, Bra Brazil
zil Brazil nuts, cucumbers, squash and other
thins. W. A. Stroud's. Phone 218. 2t
ET LAST I T
Woman's Auxiliary has Received Its
Charter and Will Effect Per Permanent
manent Permanent Organization
Marion County Post No. 27 of the
American Legion met last night in its
club rooms in the armoryjwith a good
attendance. ViceOMnmander Arthur
N. Ron of Reddick, presided in the ab absence
sence absence of Commander Izlar. The great greater
er greater part of the evening was devoted to
a consideration of the plans for
"Legion Day" at the Marion County
Fair. Much interest was .shown in
this and the members of the legion
are determined to make their day one
of the biggest of fair Veek. An an
nouncement of the special attractions j
for this day will be made very short shortly.
The Woman's Auxiliary of the le legion,
gion, legion, which also meets the first Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night in each month in the
armory club rooms, received its char charter
ter charter last .night, and is now ready to
perfect a permanent organization.
. An an attractive ; feature of the
monthly meetings of the legion and
the auxiliary in the future their busi business,
ness, business, sessions will be followed by a
special hour during which refresh refreshments
ments refreshments will be served canteen style.
This is an answer to' the question:
"When do we eat?"
ALL RESTRICTIONS ON
. SUGAR TAKEN OFF
Washington, Nov. 4. All govern government
ment government restrictions over sugar were re removed
moved removed today by the signature of Pres President
ident President Wilson to a proclamation pro providing
viding providing for' revocation Nov. 15th of the
licenses held by wholesalers,- refiners,
exporters and importers.
HALLOWE'EN ROOK PARTY
Electra, Nov. 3. Saturday evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pil Pil-lons
lons Pil-lons a very interesting game of roolc
was enjoyed by Mrs. J. R. Avery and
son, John and Mrs. Sophia Gregory. A
large dish of fudge" was made by
Miss Gregory which was thoroughly,
enjoyed by all The victrola added to
the pleasure as well as the goblins
and the ghosts that invaded the house.
We are glad to know that Mrs. J.
M. Mock has recovered from her
recent illness and is able to be about
the house again.
Cane grinding time has come again
and we are glad. All the" farmers are
getting ready to make syrup.
Miss Mozelle Mock and Mr. B. B.
Fletcher of Electra were married" in
Ocala Saturday. They wMl make their
home at the Mucklan farms for a
while. -fTi. ';
Mrs.' Frances McK.ey of Leesburg
visited her parents Sunday night and
returned to Leesburg Monday eve evening.
ning. evening. Miss May Half ord' and Mr. .Tom Sel Sellers
lers Sellers of Electra were married in the
county judge's office Saturday morn morning
ing morning and left Monday for South Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, where they expect to. make their
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, Nov. 3 The Cen Central
tral Central fruit Company has sold all its
property, consisting both of orange
groves and timber land to" the Uma Umatilla
tilla Umatilla Fruit Co. We welcome this new
company? far our neighborhood and
hope they will help to build up South
Lake Weir. While we dislike to part
with Mrs. Foss, the treasurer and sec secretary
retary secretary of the Central Fruit Co., she
vill leave with the good wishes of all.
Mrs. Foss has lived here quite a Jong
time and made" many friends while
here. She will ; go to Orlando to live
as soon as all the papers are passed
between the firms.
November 2nd all the .. ladies and
girls were out to vote for a new pres president
ident president and are anxious to know who
Mr. Milton Albertson's little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Lillian, we are glad to report,
has got entirely over her bounce out
of the auto while going-over he bad
place in the Marion county road just
before they reached the Lake county
line. '.. k
Mr. M. S. Camahan and party ar arrived
rived arrived from Pleasantville, Pa., Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. They drove through in their
auto .:. f
Oranges are moving from here fast.
Already there has been 54 carloads
shipped from here. k.
Miss Davis, Misses C7 E. Brown and
Lizzie Brown of Webster were visitors
her last week. s
Mr. and Mrs. Speennan of Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg were callers here Tuesday on
W. K. Lane, 2L U, Physiei&n and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, ar. Nose and
-Throat. OSice over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala, Fla. tf
Ask the Court Pharmacy for the
"Story of the Candy of the South"
Pralines. 15 cents each. l-ti
Bond Amendment and the Republican
Ticket Were Both Given a
While we are not able to give a de detailed
tailed detailed report of the vote in 'Marion
Tuesday, the following will plainly
establish the general result:
For the amendment, '219.
Against the amendment, 1861. Ma Majority
jority Majority against amendment. 1642; al almost
most almost eight to one.
Senator Fletcher received 2574
votes. His combined opponents re
ceived 811 votes.
Congressman Clark, 2538. Governor
For representatives,' Hunter and
Mayo, democrats, received respective respectively
ly respectively 2539 and 2468. Hampton, the re republican
publican republican candidate, received 442,
nearly all of which were cast in Ocala.
For commissioner first district,
Meffert received 1926 votes; Pickett,
BRITISH POLICE WENT
Granard County, Ireland, Nov. 4.
Reprisals for the killing of a police
inspector were made last night when
eleven motor lorries filled with uni uni-fofmed
fofmed uni-fofmed men fired into the, town of
Longford and burned the hotel and
j ; ,,
WONDER IF THEY SHOT-
THE RIGHT ONE
Washington, Nov; 4. The summary
trial and execution of an unnamed
Mexican charged with the murder of
two Mexicans has been reported at the
Mexicain embassy in Mexico City, the
state department announces.
The road to successes advertising, j
.sat h i h-i -.1
- flok l ilt
Red Cross Work In South, Including Health, Nursing, Llilitsr Rdlz:
And Other Activities, Illustrated By One
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. The man or
woman who gives a dollar for mem membership
bership membership In the American Red Cross
witen the Fourth RoU Call is held-
from November 11 ; to November 2S,
win want to know, among other things,
r what that dollar will help to do in
the southern division, of which his
'chapter, is a part.''.''-; .n' -'A
; Fifty cents of the dollar is retained
by the chapter, for chapter work. The
other fifty cents goes to Jthe national
headquarters in Washington, to keep
. up the national work of the Red Cross.
. la this connection, it Is interesting to
note that the Red Cross last year spent
: more ,1a ; the south than It received
from the south in money for member-
i ships, The budget tor next year con contemplates
templates contemplates a, similar program in the
south.;;. Z' : s
The southern division of the Red
, Cross consists cf the states of North
, and South Carolina, Tennessee, (feeor (feeor-fcia
fcia (feeor-fcia and Florida. Headquarters of the
division at' Atlanta, in. order to show
jmst how the money given the Red
Cross is spent '. in the south, has pre prepared
pared prepared a detailed statement, showins
one month's activities in the division.
This month Is typical of Red Cross
work in the southern division. From
the summary of its activities. Red
Cross members may gain a concrete
Illustration of the work their member membership
ship membership fees will help to keep going
through the coming year.
During this month .the Red Cross
had sixty-one nursing services operat operating
ing operating in various parts of the division,'
employing a total of seventy four
tablished "by chapters during the
month, one service was rjeopened, five
were withdrawn, and, in addition, the
Red Cross ; placed 7 one nurse, paying
her salary, with, another organization
that had started health work, in that
particular community. That is the pol policy
icy policy of the. Red Cross to do health
work where it is most needed, and,
where others are doing the same work,
not to compete with them, but to help
them as far, as possible.
The nursing department of the Red
Cross 'has a bureau called the bureau
of Instruction, engaged in promoting
health work." This bureau organized
fourteen classes in Home Hygiene and
Care of the; Sick during the month.
Altogether, thirty-five classes in this
subject were In "operation in the di division
vision division during the month; two hundred
and fifty-two. new students were en enrolled
rolled enrolled and one hundred and seventy
women and girls completed the in
WILL SEEK FUI
Committee of Marion County Board
of Trade Changes Plan to
- Finance Organization
The .special memberships committee
of the Marion County Board of Trade,
it a meeting yesterday afternoon, de decided
cided decided upon a sliding scale of subscrip subscriptions
tions subscriptions for its proposed budget instead
of the plan to secure $100 each from
100 men and firms. It was found that
the business men favor a sliding scale
as being fairer to all. The "sum of
$10,000 is determined upon as the
minimum for the activities of the
Board of Trade for thef year.
Tomorrow or Friday a letter will be
sent to the business men and firms
advising them of the amount that the
committee expects them to subscribe
to the Board of Trade fund.. This will
give everydne air opportunity to give
careful consideration to .the matter.
Then, beginning Monday, the commit committee
tee committee will begin calling on the men and
business houses to ask for subscrip-
'tions, one-third cash and the balance
ON A BENDER! in the form of pledges for three, six
.fond nine" months.
The present yearly income of the
Board of Trade, only $3900, is entirely
inadequate. The headquarters,, or of office
fice office expenses, of the organization
must have at least $5000 yearly, and,
if there is to be any advertising, book booklets,
lets, booklets, conventions,; motor camp, band
concerts and the like an additional
sum must be raised. It is proposed
to raise it in one lump sum and to do
away with various drives and sub subscriptions,
scriptions, subscriptions, periodically during the year.
A budget will be made and a definite
program adopted by the Board of
Trade and its activities for the year
limited to this budget and program.
The, budget and program will be
adopted at a meeting of the Board of
Trade to be held for the purpose.
Advertising builds business.
BPS iia Ht Hia IH
The bureau of 'dietetics,.,' through
which classes are organized to teach
women and girls the right sort of food
to cook and serve to make good
health, carried oh instruction work,
during the month at such places
as v Converse College at Spar Spartanburg,
tanburg, Spartanburg, S. C, the West Tennessee
State Normal School and Winthrop
College in North Carolina. The bu bureau
reau bureau reported the appointment of a
city dietitian at Nashville, Ten,
Where the Red Cross Chapter set
aside $2,000 for her salary and $500
for Incidental expenses In connection
with nutrition work. The bureau, "In
co-operation with other divisions, put
on an exhibit in health at the Trl Trl-State
State Trl-State fair at Memphis, Tenn.
t WTiile such work as this was being
done In the field of health by the Red
Cross, it was equally active In Its work
for returned soldiers and their families
and similar work for civilian families
In like need of help. The Red Cross
had 2,081 new cases oi this sort dur dur-lg
lg dur-lg the month, and reopened 1,580 old
cases, a total of 3,661 cas js. An Idea
of the number of soldiers and civilians
helped In the different states may be
gained from the following report for
the month: ?
Georgia, 1,006 soldiers, families aid aid-e,
e, aid-e, 65 civilian families aided; Florida,
141 soldiers' families aided and 570
civilian families aided; North Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, 1,062 soldiers' families aided and
IS civilian families aided; South Car Carolina,
olina, Carolina, 1,431 soldiers' families aided, 241
civilian families aided ; Tennessee, V
CSS soldiers' families aided and 44 ci civilian
vilian civilian families aided. A total of 23, 23,-31
31 23,-31 in financial aid was extended to
soldiers families, and $1,239 to civil civil-fan
fan civil-fan families.-'."
First aid was taught by the Red
Cross during the month in classes at
the Middle Tennessee Normal and In Industrial
dustrial Industrial school at Murfreesboro, Tenn.,
the Asheville Summer school at Ashe Ashe-ville,
ville, Ashe-ville, N. C the University of Florida
at Gainesville, Fla., the Tennessee
A. and I. State v Normal school at
Nashville, and the A. and E. college
at West Ralergh, N. C. New students
to the number of 144 were enrolled
in these classes, and first aid -certificates,
showing the holder was profi proficient
cient proficient in first aid principles, were giv given
en given to 125 students. .'
Life saving corps were organized
by the Red Cross during the month
at a number of places, and other
corps, previously organized, did fine
work at some of the beaches. srcnl
People of Florida Turn Down the
Crazy Scheme by a Vote cf at
Least Two to One
While the returns are not near all
in, it is certain that the bond anend-
ment has been decisively defeated.
The vote against it is "heavy la almost
every county, but so far Marion's re record
cord record of eight to one .has not been
ELKUS WILL HELP SPITTLE
DISPUTE OVER ALAND
Washington, Nov. 4. Abram I. El El-kus,
kus, El-kus, former ambassador to Turkey,
has been chosen American, member of
the commission to settle the status cf
Aland Island, the state department
LI?,llT COAL EXPORT
Washington, Nov. 4. Secretary of
Commerce Alexander today advocat
ed limitations on the export of coal to
insure an 'adequate supply for hozh
industries and to direct trade to coun countries
tries countries that are natural m-irkets for
American coal and to tkoste whence
American, ships tail in ballast. He said
the export, of coal comes almost en entirely
tirely entirely from the Appalachian field,
which supplies the most highly de developed,
veloped, developed, industrial, .districts and too
extensive export development is likely
to result in a high price domestically.
We lead in boy's suits. Prices. ?7.50
up. Your size is here.. II. A. Water
man, The Haberdasher.
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
Ightmg for QUALITY net prkis.
i ill I 1 II
it? i i 1
'J li ill
rescues by members cf tha ccrps trcra
reported, while others ai&iited rz
The Red Cross 4ii no disaster re relief
lief relief work during the month & ela elation,
tion, elation, as no disasters occurred, lit, tit
any time the Red Crosi is rciiy to.
respond to cities stricken by tire, Ccci
tornado or pestilence. Eec&uia tts
rschools were closed during this month.
there were no activities cf the Jun'cr
Red Cross to report, but with t-s
opening of the schools In Cepter.b
thousands of children t'irots-c-t the
southeast Joined In viirlozs hcZpfd
plans cf the Junior Rol Cress.
With all cf this work, the Red Cress
continued to carry on its first duly
and lts responsibility fc the din la
During the month the Red
maintained ade-j-ata forcis cf work workers
ers workers at twelve different tsrzj posts,
camps and hospitals in the dirislos,
serving a total of 13,752 men, cf wbooi
700 or more were- patients In two
general array hospitals. In adwliiea.
Home Service, as it Is called, ttxj
given to L142 new cases," 12 ctcs&l
cases and 4,071 other cssea .hcra ts ts-formation
formation ts-formation cf all sorts in regard to j'ay,
Liberty bonds, insurance and the
. One of the most 'pcteri liifluisc.jf at
these posts was the "home : lnQucncs
of the Red Cross. .The men vice en encouraged
couraged encouraged to write lettern home, statfear
ery was provided, and, where & sa
was Illiterate, the Rel Cress wrote
his letters for him. The beys were
made tb feel that the Red Cross worri worriers
ers worriers were their friends, that they ha I
some one to go to, some one wha tCl
a sympathetic Interest la their wtl-
The Red" Cross also did vrczlz tt
six United States public health to
pltals In the southern division, tsJ
served United States public health ser service
vice service patients at eight other hospitals
of which they were Inmates. EzzlZ
"home service," the Red Cross gars
them recreation,- distributed necessary
supplies and developed the local in interest
terest interest of the respective communiti;!
In the patients Mid the hospitals.'
This is the sort cf work in heilth.
social service, aaocit the posts ac:2
camps, for disaster relief, firrt 44
heme dietetics, horns 'hygisae" sal cara
of the sick, and the Junior Rel Crr5
that will be carried on durLu; ths
comiiig year through the dollars c!
those who Join the Red Cress is ti
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Alachua County Fairnext in in interest
terest interest to our own Nov. 16-19.
Florida State Fair-f-ttiggest one
yet-in Jacksonville, Nov. 18-27.-
Marion County Fair, Nov. 23-27.
Let's make it the pride of our hearts.
Our copy of the fair1 edition of the
Gainesville Sun was so hefty that it
made bur exchange table grunt. Fair Fairly
ly Fairly well -filled, made up and printed,
After this, Ocala elections will be
in the- nature of social affairs.
Democratic 'candidate for sheriff in
, Pinellas won. We hoped he would.
. Aa secretary of state, Mr. Colby
doesn't even measure up to Bryan-
Golly! St. Petersburg went' for
Harding. Sunshine City has located
itself under a shadow.
It is believed that Bergd oil is in
Germany, and that is worse than le le-ir.g
ir.g le-ir.g in Fort Leavenworth federal
Now, let's return to normalcy. But
normalcy means hard work, and
American's of all classes strenuously
;rive to avoid that.
Only a week from today to-Armistice
day and the American Legion's
iiiquerade .ball in the armory.- It's
going to be a great event. '.
The present Ku-Klux Klan is a
fake, and likely to make the South
ten times as much, trouble as it is
worth. In. fact, itis no worth at all.
It will be a great Seal better for
thj United States to fight Japan on
account of California than for the
, United States to say "that California
shall be handed over to Japan.
- '--i?- -' ,"' .1 .1: '"J: t- T'- i fr i '-.
, Eamon de Valera, after surrounding
a good meal, placed a toothpick in his
face end went to make a sobsister ad address
dress address on the death of McSweeney.
Eomebody should have hit him in the
couth with a loaf of stale bread.
, -''.What is the country coming to?"
sririeks an alarmist. Well, for one
thing, it is coming to its senses. Pa Pa-lotka
lotka Pa-lotka News, Nov. 2.
It was rank treason to the demo democratic
cratic democratic party to make such a remark
as that on election day.
The Star is informed .that there
were four votes foi" the negro candidate-,
Hampton, ; in Romeoi precinct,
sltho there is only one negro voter in
stud precinct. Romeo is the precinct
cf Uncle Billy Folks, who we fear is
rot fcerd'mg his flock aright.
That boy on the'Times-Union, who
f ut into the "Summary of the Day's
News" of that paper for Wednesday,
the line "Ocala, Orange County, Scene
of Race Riot," we hope the boss editor
will read him the riot act, for Ocala
isn't in Orange county and hasn't had
any riot, At the very least, he should
be spanked on the wrist. ;
Not that we can't think up enough
to fill this column without it but just
to keep ahy of the other paragraph paragraph--
- paragraph-- ers from beating U3 to it, we hasten
to remark that W. V. Knott -ran bet-
tcr than he did four years ago. St
Florida people have better sense
than they had four years ago.
Before the suffragets berate Geor Geor-,
, Geor-, j;ia for not letting women vote Tues
.. day, and ask for the wrath of the
other states on that commonwealth,
r thsy should remember that Georgia
j has a law which says that no person
thai! vote unless registered six months
. previous to an 'election, and the Geor Geor-.
. Geor-. cssns had no time to repeal thei law
in order to accommodate the suffs.
; Tha Italians have given Cocchi, the
r:urderer of the New York girl, Ruth
Eruger, a sentence of twenty-seven
years practically a "life term. The
death penalty is not inflicted in Italy,
except on spies, traitors, etc., in .time
of war, so Italian justice was visited
in fall- on an Italian for the murder of
0x1 American gri in America. We can't
help wondering if American justice
would do as much for Italy, Certain Certainly
ly Certainly not, if the defendant' was rich.
BEWARE OF THE
.xne secretary vi me JjOaru oi
rrl a e ati. -r .m
Trade adyjses the merchants and bus business
iness business men to beware of the "Adven "Adven-tourist,"
tourist," "Adven-tourist," that individual who pays for
a winter's stay in Florida by selling
fake advertising." The state is full of
these persons; They offer a form of
advertising that is clever frequently
but ineffective, and take out of the
community and state money that
should be spent on a more legitimate
basis. -- .. "-
Blitchton, Nov. 2. The farmers
are paving their seed cane,
i Mr. De-Witt George, who has a po position
sition position in Jacksonville, is spending
election day at home.
Messrs." Roland and Beverly Blitch
came home from Hernando to vote.
Mr. Landis Blitch and Messrs. A.
B. Folks and. Peter Young of Juliette,
returned last night from their trip to
Mrs. Carrie Potta and Mr. Leon
Geiger of Emathla, were Sunday
Mrs. Dollie Blitch. Mrs. B. R. Blitch,
Mrs. Minnie Hammons and Mrs. F. E.
Fant and daughter Leone visited in
Mr.'George Smith of Asheville, N.
CU is spending some time here.
Mr. Gor ee Blitch and Miss Myrtle
Harrison of -Emathla. were married
Oct. 24 and are now living at their
farm here. ;
Weirsdale, Nov. J 3. Election day
passed off very tranquilly here yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The Parent-Teachers Association of
Weirsdale held its first regular meet meeting
ing meeting v last Friday .afternoon at- the
school' house. ; Our efficient teachers,
AcconnUng snd Acditisfj
PHONE 332 .;
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Properly fitted glasses
1 rive away, that squint
' CS drawn, unnatural
9 sec expression seen in defec defec-J.wtv.
J.wtv. defec-J.wtv. ve eyes.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
" Eyesight Specialist-
i;: PYLES PEEKINS; r
Fcaeral Directors Eabalniers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for 'White
' People Only.
Phones S55 and 225. Open All Night
For all Classes cl
Stone, Brick, Wood
j J. P. IHeCasM!
. Phone 44S. "-. 723 Wescaa St.
XVZ1. A. jTINSMAN
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free. s.
Fhone No. 526, 215 W 5th St., Ocala
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
CareJuL estimates made on all co co-tract
tract co-tract work. Gives more and better
work fr the money than any otSer
contractor in the city..
Sing the Family
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i .- ... . s : '. i .... .....
Prof. S. P. Barnett and Miss Caroline
Pasteur, had a 'delightful program
prepared and tie children did unusu unusually
ally unusually welL One very interesting num number
ber number was a song, "Lazy John," in pan pantomime
tomime pantomime and another was a lively de debate
bate debate as to whether-, or, not a woman
should be president J think the boys
took a great deal of pleasure in pre presenting
senting presenting the negative side, and the
girls did the best tlSey could with the
affirmative but, although the f boys
made it very clear that we women
can never depend on any of. them for
help in realizing the smallest political
ambition, should the occasion arise in
future years, yet they made it equal equally
ly equally apparent that a woman can be gen genuinely
uinely genuinely useful as a cook. This organ organ-iga'tion
iga'tion organ-iga'tion was started through the unit united
ed united efforts of the good women of the
Women's Christian Temperance Union
end our enterprising and progressive
teachers here. Every one interested
in the school and education in general
is urged to join. Many things are
hoped to be accomplished for our
school here. ..
The. first undertaking for the school
by the association was a Hallowe'en
party last Saturday night The chil children
dren children were given masks and horns and
thoroughly enjoyed- the masquerade
march,' the fortune telling,' bobbing
for apples, and ghost stories, and even
the doughnuts and cookies had a bet better
ter better flavor for having been passed by
an old witch. The gyown folks them themselves
selves themselves agree that it is nicer to be en entertained
tertained entertained by, mysterious ghosts at the
schoolhouse than by nightly visits on
Hallowe'en, announced by tick-tacks
and the disappearance of gates .and
chairs spirited to the top of stove
chimneys such as we've read of in
Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Straub and son,
Harrison, arrived from Lehigh, Pa.,
last Thursday night for another win winter
ter winter in sunny 'Florida-..'. Every one is
glad to welcome them back agaia.,
, ,Mr. M. S. Carnahan and Miss Ethel
Garnahan came last Thursday to their
winter home here. u They had a de delightful
lightful delightful auto trip down from Pleasant Pleasant-ville,'
ville,' Pleasant-ville,' Pa. ; ; v"".".
Mr. and Mrs. E. Snitzler arrived
from their home at Asbury Park, last
Thursday to spend another winter
with us. '' V'.
Mr.; and Mrs:f W. T. Kelsey and
Mother Kelsey have moved back to
their home at Stanton from Leesburg,
where they have been spending the
The : many warni friends of Mr. J.
Connell of Toronto, Canada, will be
grieved to learn of his death which
occurred last Wednesday, Oct 23rdi in
Toronto. Mr. Connell had been spend spending
ing spending his winters here f or the past cine
years and hadjbecome a general fav favorite
orite favorite witE "all. He was a witty old
Scotch-Canadian and one of the most
beloved old gentlemen of our commu community.
nity. community. The absence of his kindly face
from among us will be sadly "grieved
by a host of friends.
CITY TAX NOTICE
City taxes and licenses due.,
A discount of 2 per cent allowed on
city taxes if paid in "November. The
tax rate slightly reduced."
. W. W. Clyatt
4-tf City Tax Collector.
Try some of f01e" Mammy" Pra Pralines,
lines, Pralines, the most delicious nut candy
ever made. .The Court Pharmacy 6t
NOTICE OP MASTER'S SALH
Notice Is hereby given, that tinder and
ay virtue of a final decree of foreclosure
entered on the third -day of November,
A, D. 1920. In that certain cause (pend (pending
ing (pending in the circuit court of the Fifta
Judicial Circuit of the state of Florida,
in and forMarion.ounty, in chancery.
wherein Margaret J. licKara. is com com-olainant.
olainant. com-olainant. and Nina Kyle iElllott. as ex
ecutrix of s the last will and testament
of J. M. Elliott Jr., deceased, et aL. aTO
defendants, that I. the -undersigned
snecial master in chancery appointed
by the court In and toy eald decree, to
execute the provisions thereof, shall
offer for sale and sell at (publlc outcry
to the highest and test bidder for cash
in front of the south door of the Mar Marlon
lon Marlon county court house, r In .Ocala, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on ;L,.,. ..-.'..-'-
Monday, the 6th day of December, A. D.
.between the hours of 11 o clocK.a. m.
and 2 o'clock m.. the following de-
scri-bed lands situated and being In
Marion, county. Flor Ida.- to-Wlti
Ne of nw; sw of owli! of
swi of section 16: seU. of seU and
also-;12 feet; for road on west side of
ne4 of se4. of section is: aiso com
mencing 110 yards from southeast cor corner
ner corner on the e-ast line of the northwest
quarter of the southeast quarter, of
section 18 township 16 south range 24
east and run north 230 yaras to nortn
east corner, .thence run west 440 yards.
tnence soutn 33V yaras inence easi
440 yards to point of "be gin-
nine: also svrA. of w4 of section
9; nwVi of neV4; nw of the w M
ne of section 16;-e of sw; se4 of
nw4 and wVi.of jne of section 21; all
of said lands in townsnip is eouxn.
ransrfe 24 ast; in 'Marlon county. "Flor
ida, or ra mufth thereof as may life
necessary-to satisfy said .-anal decree
and costs of 'said suir.
D. NIELi FERGUSON,
Special Master in Chancery.
s rt. wnrir.ER.
Comnlainamt's SollcltOT. ll-4-5t-thur
This picture rtnt reguea tttmt
The price of Chandler Automobiles has been reduced
; 028.0 oe all Mciels9
effective immediately, making it the lowest priced car
v on the market, in its class.
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.r KrniW mmrr i-iyffl-"irffr- -'- -t r-- ...i.-.m-,- ... -m n.r&
. ; Several dollars .pa id out at one time puts a big hole in the
pocketbook. Why not try our plan of easy payments ; a
system that' clothes the family so that the money is uever
missed? Your credit is an asset. Why not use it?
j -.-?... ..
We carry a full and complete line of J
.SIimTS, COAT SUITS u COATS for GS0WK-UPS fi TKY TOYS
The goods we sell are guaranteed to
and will please the most exacting.
"iviiY pay r.:or.2?"
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rNTERNATSOSAL CARIOOM COJ Y.
. OCALA 27220X0 CTAtS.' THURSDAY, NOVEHETir 4.
We are now open for business with new
and improved equipment for aitfomobil
repairing, and will give you prompt ser service.
vice. service. New and second-hand cars. Com Complete
plete Complete line of Gasoline, Oils and Grease Grease-Cars
Cars Grease-Cars UcsScd UXX Agents for
NEEDII AM FJOTOR COrjPANY
Orange and Ocklawaha
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WEDNESDAY TEA AT
THE WOMAN'S CLUB
Last season were inaugurated the
Wednesday 4 o clock teas at the Wcm
Club and they proved to be so
ocular that it has beendevided to
continue them through the present
ARMISTIdB DAY ONLY
ONE WEEK OFF
Fiemeraber the Masquerade Ball at the
Armory by the American Legion
on that Date
ltd. & -1 L.411 aw A wviaf
vmm j.- I I nar raahQUcraue UAU VM o.xaaa4iMw
a Mil .. A .. M
winter, ine victory way coranui.? Cay is going to be some fcaiL. ue ue-had
had ue-had charge of the initial one yestsr- memter $s js a public masquerade
day afternoon and with a perfect day, aiiCj everyone is welcome.
gram and a happy gathering of ladies, J the egion oniy but that was a wrong
i w iuuwu swm.m9 owmu,j tnougnx. inis uau is ivi wt cu.nu
financially, for about $25 was contri-1 everv one in Marion county and an
buted to the park and victory wa J enjoyable timers assured every one
fund. I who Attend.
Mrs. H. C Dozier, Mrs. Walter! tv, nr-ina nf arfmission is SI for
Hood, Mrs. C. R. Tydings and Mrs. j .entiemetl and 50 cents for the ladies
Otis Green were everywhere, extend-Jnfj :n v-w nf the very low price for
ins informal ereetinss and seeing PVrv one who can should
f 1 iir?n
that nothing was lackinz. Friendy1
far besides hav
chatter and admiration for the decora-1 in2 a wondexful time you will be help-1 m m m m m ','-?''--
nuii yyityt.nn,v iui; t.ic xng 113.6 legion pOSi as use yiwccua i r
season, black and orange streamers, I e or benefit .of the MarionL
cats, owls and other symbols m&aei.nnT,tv not-
the time pass "cn speedy wings va-l Tirkets are now on sale at the Court
PlTCff 141 v?rt
of sonffs. old. time favorites, but stuiiv-nf the Woman's Auxiliary
dear to the hearts of us all: Suwaneel-f fv irt-i g all those who
River, Coming Thru the Rye. Airrne I v to can nurchase tickets at the
Laurie, Caroline, Last Rose of p111" Court Pharmacy or from any member
mer, etc., and ucaia's sweetest smg- of thet udiea auxiliary.
ers tooK part. Sirs. 11 amp ton t cuss j Remember there are two ?5 prizes
Musie Bullock, Mrs. Futch, with Mrs.Ji-, up iven awav. one for the best
R. S. Hall as accompanist. costume and one for the best dancing
At the close of the crosram. sana-1 Th hall starts at 8:30 d. m..
c3 r r r r3 r-3 i fi
IMS mm vim
I Iv throughout the winter and not only
club members but all residents and
visitors to our town are. cordially wel
come. Hospitality toward the stran
trer within our eates is an es
feature of the club work.
Shadv" Nov. 4. Mrs. Sherman Hol-
land and daughter. jMiss Naomi, spent
t Liowftll visit
(nf Mr. and Mrs. xealey.
Mr. and Mrs. George liuai and ur.
and Mrs. S. I Redding attended the
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NegoUable Storage Rei;ta Isszzd cn Cotton, AutcrcUles, Etc
" LOHG DISTAKCE HOVnG
Tomorrov night Ocala is priv privileged
ileged privileged to hear Gladys Rice.
The famous American so soprano
prano soprano will appear in .person.
Her program consists of u The
Songs that America Loves."
Assisting her will be Adeline
Packard, Violinist and Pianist.
, .. A v fifth Sunday. meeting at Anthony last
Sunday at 'Arcadia, Mr. Frank Car- 0. .... .1, c-,r Wrt.
Me. formerly of ftU-oit, and fJTw.SritrD
Edith West of rort Myers were iai;t- Sand,, made
ly married. This new. will be receiM !:,.! frnm nlivrf Rib.
ed with much.interest by friend. ta & -,fcStaS toi
tins citv ox ir jarnsie. wno was uoin i .... T T
- i nr. ami nirH. mi. a. iiuabit w
and reared to manhood here.. Mr. r- ... ... .'it th la.
lide is the son: of Mr. and Mrs. B- sundai
Carlisle ol Ocala ana aunng tne war R on into her
he entered tne service, joining wm- r41Bf,Jlv fftr of water was
pany A. For the past' year he has n rattlesnake
witiMliVll W : www w w- 0 w
move, PAac, ship
. FURNITURE, ETC
been-making ftis home at rt rayers, barrel. Mrs.
J "I V .. T J A 1 W W) w w-Tr -
navmg a pomion n one went back into the house, got
ttrtra ngrnnrsra srnrps ii mL eii.v. i ... ..... i v
.r. -. her mm and disnatcfted ms snaKesma.
Mrs. Carlisle is an exceecmgiyi : .,. v kjiij
,. j I A'COOu many sna&es nave uccii. fciucv
pretty and accomplished young worn-- h latflv.
ar,, and tne reuaives ana menus oi 'j. j w.
.Kaha -rAfmlA OVA -: O WQ1f1Tt9 n I
JWUUt vwuis v J lf V T.tflWI 01H t
visit from them. The Star joints with -V woVki inons wVy.
the friends of Mr. Carlisle m wisnms .... :.).... .,... m, p c
Call on or wite us for free tickets': of admission,
will be issued in order of application.
: Kelly-Miller Music .'Co.'..';
Harrington Hall Cornor
NOTE: So great has been the demand for seats that but few re remain.
main. remain. We advise you to call in person today.
him and his bride a happy and pros
perous married life.
The Wilmington, N. C, Star, Sept. 21st, says: "The cleanest and
cleverest show seen in many a day was Sparks three-ring rcu3f which
exhibited here yesterday, the audience taxing the capacity. of the huge
tnt." "Clean and clever'? sums up the show and the crcwd3 were or
A GOOD MEETING
HELD AT ANTHONY
Brethren of the various"
named below, in the Marion Baptist
Association, met with the
Baptist emirch in a fifth Sunday meet meet-in?,
in?, meet-in?, and endeavored to revive the in
terest in the old union meetings as we
had m the days of long ago, and tftere
was eood interest manifested,' and
everv one benefited. The- following
churches were represented:
Olivet. Oak-Griner Farm, Ocala,
Dklawaha Bridare. Fort McCoy. Fel
lowship. Anthony, Lake Weir, Har
mony and Sparr. Preaching at 11 a.
ra. by Rev. R. F. Rogers. The meet
was called to order at 2 p. m. by
the moderator of the association, and
discusison by Rev. Gus Padgett cn
"What Do Baptists! Believe," which
was verv instructive and helpful to
all, both Baptists and otners, ior. it
other neotsle who believe dierent
from the Baptists would spend more
time seeking the truth',
Viliiui kw accept, auiuc i.
believe all would be benefited more.
The meeting adjourned at 4 o'clock.
Preaching Saturday night by Kev. J.
Kunriav mornm? the meetmsr was
sfimJ-- "tMitim"'' i-',i"BWs,'''',"i,,1w" ; vwn!--aiijM!r rnf
i v U it
( M At. MOTH ItlSTlTUTlOIi V
- v MERIT A!ID ORIGIHAUTY-"' WH
" fl COMPREHENSIVE ENSEMDLE 7
-a'N 1 f THE WORLtiH BEST PERrOSKIRS
r:tl AND THE FIUEST TRAINED AMIMALS-
fi. MULTITUDE f STRAMGE AHD
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OH THAT ,4-'v s';r
WHILE- ff ;-r vS(
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Barnes, who has been at the lake the
past few days, came home Tuesday to
cast his vote.
Speaking of voting, lots of us out
here found it say "X-No" Tuesday.
churches I Tlie election Pas8ed off quietly, not
A-tvI-J. regretted that some of our people
vented from voting that were here.
Miss Eatherine Pyles has just had
a large dairy barn commenced. We
understand there will be fifty 'stalls
in this barn and that Miss Pyles will
run a dairy second to none in, this
Mr. J. V. Davis made an urgent ap
peal Monday morning at the school
house here in behalf of the fair. fir.
Davis knowing the ability of this com
munity to nut UD one of the best ex
hibits that can be carried to the fair,
urged everybody here to do their
There will be a meeting of patronal
and friends at the school house Thurs
day at 11 o'clock, at which time dif
ferent sneakers will address the peo-
and be lessl u" r.A..rL: 'T.G
Criticism TJ,ouse win uv cruwueu rrti.ii jiwii"
Rev. C. W. White, who was detained
by pastoral duties in Ocala on the last
fourth Sunday afternoon and who did
net fill his aDT) ointment here, will
Sunday morning tne msewng was fi Sund t 3:S0
called to order by the moderator and P t
a discussion of the need of an asso-i ro:
ciational missionary. Wto C. BJ is at W,
wright and Rev. J. F. Russell. Rev.l t,;, fr-v
Kusxsll is a missionary ci some year f wha -d his car
experience, and. gave us- some .good w a has purchased Doris
advice w-hich was greatly appreciated Ld V nracticinir for the
and needed inasmuch, as we are jus ,fr Frpman wfta mccessful in
entering the field as a missionary lor ygar a pony not
this association. I :a iVt nc.
r. V g r ZavImV. Uess for him again this year.
Padgett, on t evangelism and needless I
to say his sermon was enjoyed ier an
who know Rev. Padgett know, him to
he a. pood nreacher. .
The meeting adjourned at 12:CD for
dinner, and reassembled at ?:30 p. m
when Rev. R. F. Rogers made an
earnest appeal to the brethren to re-
vive the spirit and interest in ine
union meetings, which was very fit fit-tipj?
tipj? fit-tipj? fend enioved bv all--
An appeal for the uaptist witness,
our denominational 'paper, was made,
and it was seen that our people as a
whole are not taping the witness as
much as they should.
The meetinsr was dismissed to meet
with the Olivet church Saturday be
fore the fifth Sunday in
1921, at ten o'clock. v
Let everybody come with well filled
baskets and enjoy the day with the
people of Olivet.
The Anthony church was greatly
benefited by the meeting and it is
hoped that we wijl be able to revive
the interest to wher we can have the
old union meetines. with the religious
enthusiasm like there was in the days
t tv-, vn f th citv trith Hemming Psrk fcr a frcst
fcw mw w www
Every modern conveaianc ta each room. Eining room terries
second to nc3
- r m
The reason that the world is so much r-.ore ccsuort ccsuort-able
able ccsuort-able and convenient a place nowadays, u tscsuss d d-vertislng
vertislng d-vertislng has mads it possible fcr -mercies, 3 end
manufacturers to Ull you hat they rav. to c,;r;
without waiting for the news to spread by Vioru
The advertiser has been eble to tell many pecpa fit
once about his goods-. In this way he c sal a grtat
many more articles in a, given time r.i JJ
more cheaply. Because of adverting
possible to invent, develop and market cour.c:., ar articles
ticles articles of comfort that you now this cf as necessi necessities,
ties, necessities, which some years aero even the wca U.iy cci
not have bought. It would not have psui 1 riAe a
few to 'order.
. 'coo.. ;
The advertisements are something mere thzn tjps
and talk. They are a daily service your par fur furnishes
nishes furnishes you in additon to the other important nss cf
the world. t
J. D. SPEuCEI! j
1. E. FEB
Read the Star Want Ads.. It pays
Fort King, Nov. 3.Mrs. Bobbie
Simmons smenfc last week with her
sister, Mrs. A. J. Simnoas of Ocalv,
Mrs; C. L.Yeung arid little daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Doris returned home Sunday after
spending the past week with cer
brother and sister, Mr, and Mrs. Ben
Brabham of Orange Lake.
TheFortEanjr Sunday, school is
l proirressins: nicely. Sunday school
at 3 o'clock every Sunday.
Mr. Thoma3 Stephens 'of Jackson Jackson-lrillo
lrillo Jackson-lrillo errant, the weekend with his
parents Mr: and Mrs. W. T. Stephens I
January", last week.
urs. donn iong( oi-,-
spent aew"2ays last"week with her
uncle "and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W J.
Mr. Willis Stephens is spending a
few days here with relatives here.
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We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Coat of Same.
GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIDES AND TUD25
TAX COOKS OPEN
J. C. Boatwright.
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 Brazil
zil Brazil nuts, cucumbers, squash' and other
things. W. A. Stroud's. Phone 218.
The' tax books for state and county
tjiTPs are now onen. Those paying
taxes during November will receive 2 1
per cent discount. W. W. btrtplmg,
Tax Collector. If
Dent fail to visit ths Guarantee
Jlothing ii Shod Company. Erery-
thicg we sell is guaranteed. eta,
Sghiing for QUALrrY--BCt prkca. tfj
LXCi-ive 13CLS ir vlsi-i Lunik, j
An Up-to-Date Esttrry Servsea b tat Lou
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We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at ail times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. J
- .GASOLINE, GILS AND GHEASE,,
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OCALA ETTNING STAB, TfcUSSDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1220
0 C A I A OniilCES
If yon have any
phone to five-one.
Temperature this morning. 45; this
afternoon, 69. ":.
Use "Goodnight and then go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerigs Drug Store.
Mr. A. Cuthill of Martel was a well
known business visitor in town- this
morning. ; '.":-.." ;y :
Just arrived Johnson and Murphy
shoes. Best shoe made. c 11. A. Water Waterman;
man; Waterman; The Haberdasher. ; s ; 4-3t
Mrs. S. B. Ware is in Jacksonville,
the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. II.
Your feet ae your best friends. If
they give you trouble, why not have
a free examination by M. M. Little,
graduate practipedist. 11-tf
After several months absence in the
middle west, Mr. Lyman Rogers m is
with us again. '
Double recteanea jeed oats" and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf
Mrs. George Robinson is the hostess
this afternoon to the Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon auction club.
Boy's mackinaw coats, sweaters,
school and dress hats and caps. II.
A. Waterman, The Haberdasher. 4-3t
Mrs. T. B. Snook, of Weirsdale and
the Misses Buie of V Dunnellon were
shoppers in the city this morning.
, It is with much regret that the
friends pf Mrs. T WV Troxler will
learn of her illness at her home on
Sanchez street. c
The council didn't pass the ordi ordi-nance,
nance, ordi-nance, but we put in the individual
service. Gerig'a Drug i Store. ; 23-tf
Miss Margaret Eagleton, who has
been spending ten days with her
cousin, Mrs. R. L.' Martin at Lake
Weir, returned yesterday.
Mr.. J. S. Pearson, the golf enthus enthusiast,
iast, enthusiast, arrived in Ocala yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon to, spend the winter,' and is
again located at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Marshall.
"Ask for "Ole Mammy' Pralines -15
eents. The Court Pharmacy.'- l-6t
Yes, Ilcxiry Ford is right when he said its high !time that prices were; :p
coming down'rand to provethat we believe he is right, we have placed g
And counters for display of ;
4 'H20LIDAY 7iM AS GOODS
w ... r-
As usual we lead in presents for the old and ycurig. :
BOILS BOLLS for the Girls, and
r,IECQANICAL TOYS for the Boys! :
Girl wanted at Kindt's music store
Mrs.rP, VLeavengood and Miss
Alice Sexton will go to Tampa tomot tomot-row
row tomot-row afternoon for a visit over Sunday,
they are going especially to attend
the Tulane-Florida football game.
Mr. and MrsuJL E. Johnson, and
daughter, Lucy returned to their
home in Palatka today, after a -Jew
days'; visit in the city, guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Leaven Leaven-good.
Dr. Edison's Cushion Sole shoes for
tender feet and "Eazall" arch pro protecting
tecting protecting shoes, can be had only at Lit Little's
tle's Little's Shoe Parlor. 11-tf
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Mr. arid Mrs. F. P. Coogler and
daughter and Mj. F. L. Stringer of
Brpoksville were prominent visitors in
the city today. Messrs Coogler and
Stringer were .here on t professional
Boy's blouse waists $1.50 value re reduced
duced reduced to $1. Come before your size
goes. :II. A. Waterman;The Haber Haberdasher.
dasher. Haberdasher. 4-3tdlyltw
Mr. G. A. Waters of Elecjtra, county
commissioner-elect; was in the city
yesterday from Lecanto, where he had
been5 with his, wife, who has. been
quite ill at the home .of her mother,
Mrs. Jane Allen.
No fear- of germs when you drink
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
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Dr. and Mrs. Charles Moremen
have moved into their attractive bun?
galow on East Fort King avenue.
This bungalow' has only recentlybeen
completed and is one of the most at at-ti
ti at-ti active smaller residences in the city.
, Double recleaned seed pats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store., 6-tf
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Mrsa M. A. Home .will accompany
her daughters, Misss Ethel and Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth Horiie and the other members
of the high school basket ball team to
Leesburg : tomorrow, t The Ocala and
Leesburg teams will play a game to tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C Cameron are
now making their home on Daugherty
sti eet occupying Mr. L. N. Green's
house recently vacated by Mr. and
Mrs. Mack Taylon v Mr Sasses, "who
is connected with the Lews-Chitty
Company, has purchased the, house
that the Camerons were occupying.
Boy's shoes, $2.25 value, reduced to
l the pair. Tennis oxfords 50cHA.
Waterman, The Haberdasher. 4-3t
LOWEH- PMICESi MGWT NOW
Women and Children. :
On the counters at reduced prices, and we will continue y )g
reducing prices from now until January, 1921
at..- Greatly Rdiiced- Prices
Mrs. R. L. Martin came up f from
Lake Weir yesterday in order, to at attends
tends attends the reception to be given s Rev.
and Mrs.W. F. Creson by. the .ladies'
auxiliary Tof the Presbyterian Church
tihs evening at the residence of Mr.
end Mrs. George MacKay.
Mr. and Mrs. RL. Marsh and fam fam-ilyare
ilyare fam-ilyare now occupying the house re recently
cently recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Sexton and family, at the cor-
j ner of Broadway- and Tuscawilla, Mr.
Joseph .Needham has purchased the
place on Second streetvacated by Mr.'
Marsh and family. :
Flower bulbs at
the Ocala Seed
4 6-tf. '..v.-
Mrs. Bert Leigh" Acker and pretty
daughter, Virginia, who hive been for
several weeks the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Beckf at Fort Lauderdale,
are expected here 1 tomorrow to visit
Mis.s Acker's parents, Mr and Mrs. S.
T. Sistrunk. ..
' The following were Wednesday vis vis-itbrs
itbrs vis-itbrs to the city : Mrs. A. P. Baskin
and Mrs. H. ; A. Meadows, Anthony;
Mrs. F. C. Smoak, Reddick; Miss Irene
Hogan and Mrs. Lisk,1 Fort McCoy;
Mrs. E. A. Flowers, Mrs. J. T. Flow Flowers
ers Flowers and Master George '" Flowers of
Montbrook; Mrs, A. N. Cameron,
Weirsdale; Mrs. H. E. Snowden, Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship and Mrs. George Carlton of
Sparry :fx ',r -.,':.- : n -;
H. A- Waterman, the popular hab haberdasher,
erdasher, haberdasher, is giving away to his cus customers
tomers customers a very serviceable dust pan,
with handle attached., -These pans are
handy for .housekeepers to have, as
they relieve sweeping of one of its
disagreeable f eatures nstooping down
to take up the dust.; If you haven't
secured one of these pans you should
lose no time in calling at Mr. Water Waterman's?
man's? Waterman's? place of "business
'; Explaining th Saucepan.
Many people hare been puzzled as
to, why the pictures of Japanese he heroes
roes heroes should .represent1 men carrying
small sbJplrK It is" now ernlained
that the articles carried ah" not4"do7 ani-"cat" flushe- beat straight
shields, but saucepan lids, which are
used as weapons, and contests be between
tween between saucepan lids and sword? are
enlightening V the spectators at the
Royal -Horticultural 'hall In London.
It seems the legend runs that, about
200 years ago, a v famous Japanese
fencer was 1 busy stirring something
In a sa u cepan.' wh en he was attacked
by a man with a sword. He had
nothing"' to defend himself with, so
snatched up a saucepan lid and suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded In parrying the Attacks of his
enemy. ; .-.
and Shoes for
TTi fd w
r 5 if"
The friends of Dr. and Mrs. Dunn
will greatly regret to jiear of the
death of Mrs. Dunn's mother Mrs. L
J. Burba, who passed away at her
home, at St. Petersburg yesterday.
Sirs. Dunn went to St. Petersburg
several days ago, and had the priv privilege
ilege privilege of comforting her mother's last
hours. Dr. Dunn went to St. Peters
burg last night to attend the funeral.
Mrs. Burba has been a frequent visi visitor
tor visitor to Ocala and her passing will be
. The "Seven Se."
The fceven eas" wer spoken of as
long ago as the befrinnmc of the Chris-:
Ban era, and the phrase'may have been
Introduced centuries be'orc that. The
number seven has long fc.een regartled regartled-is
is regartled-is symbolical of perfexrtion or" eoia eoia-?leteness.
?leteness. eoia-?leteness. and from time Immemorial
.t has been a favorite among the He Hebrews
brews Hebrews and other jieopie of eastern."
tands. The phrase Is treinently used
sy modern poets, prose writers, etc., re re-ferrlng
ferrlng re-ferrlng somewhat figuratively to the tQ-j
t&l water area of the globe. Accord According
ing According to the geographies there are only
five ocean? the Atlantic, the Pacific,
the Arctic, the Antarctic: and the In In-jlan.
jlan. In-jlan. The "seven seas" means these
live, with, the Atlantic divided Into"
North and South Atlantic and the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific divided into North and South Fa Fa-rffic.
rffic. Fa-rffic. .. -,- '' '-.' c
Get the habit of reading the ads.
t"Cats and "Dogs" in Poker."
- Cats" and "dogs" are extra "hands"
or combinations of cards that are
played in some games that are not
conducted strictly according, to Hoyle..
A "little dog' Is a deuce to a sen.
without' a pair, and a "big dog" is a
nine to an ace without a pair; a lit little
tle little cat" Is a trey to an eight, without
a pair, and a ,"big eat' is an eight to a
king, without a pair. A "little dog?
Weats a straight, and a "blf tlog" beats
a 'little dog" and a 'little cat" beats
either kind of "dog." and a "big ''cat"
beats a "little cat."' Accordingly,
flushes, and In a game wjiere they are
played the highest hand hat can be
held Is a "big cat" flush, consisting of
a king, queen, jack, .ten and eight.
.Successful business' men are, good
users of Printer's ink j
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A WORD TO THE
Editor Star: As, the time is. fast
approaching for our next county fair,
I wish to urge every tolored farmer"
in Marion county to bestir themselves,
in order that we can make a splendid
exhibit. County fairs are. the time timekeepers
keepers timekeepers of progress and many "ben "benefits
efits "benefits are derived through f riehdly
competition and comparison of pro produces.
duces. produces. Therefore we should manifest
an interest in them, not alone for
financial gain, but to show, the pro progress,
gress, progress, that we are making as a- race
along scientific, lines as : well as in
other pursuits of life, and also as an
encouragement and inspiration to
higher attainments. I appeal to eve every
ry every colored farmer in Marion copnty
to: use their, best efforts and let us
strive to make a creditable showing
in our next annual county fair.
. ... : A. D. Baldwin.
GOOD TASTE IN A MONUMENT
is as "much as requisite as artistic de design
sign design and execution. It is found in
every memorial tsone' we erect
Wheer the stone chosen be of the
simplest or the most ornate descrip
tion it?wil lalways be within the
bounds of good taste if ordered herd.
Book of designs shown any time any-
" Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guar-anteed..
anteed.. guar-anteed.. : .v.
(Eastern Standard Time) i
SEABOARD Allt LINE RAILROAD
- Tmn. '' "-
2:15 am Manatee- 4":C5ptn
2:15 am Tampa : ; 2:15 am
1 :50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1 :S5 pm
4:05 pm 'Tampa-St. Petrabrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC CXJ AST LINE TJL TU
2:12 pm Jackscnville-NTork 2:48 am
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:43 am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm StJetsbrg-Lakeland 15 pm
7 :10 am Dtmnellon-'Wilcox
7:25 am Dnnellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
35pni Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4 :43 pm Gainesville 11 :50 am
s Monday, Wednesday, i-Tiday,
' Tuesday. Thxxrsday, Saturday
J2 ss ;
. FOR SALE
LARGE LUE GDI GONG
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" Will DeUver aifd Plant for
The Large Trees.
WARTM ANN NURSERY CO,
- Ocala, Fla.
10-14, deod-tf r
"After the bird of my
baby I hid a back-set,"
writes ys.iiatIe Cross Cross-white,
white, Cross-white, of ; Glade Spring,
Va. I jvss very ill;
thought I was goings to
die. I viras so weak I
couldn't raise my head to
get a drink of water 1 I
took ... medicine, yet I
didn't get any better.'' I.
was constipated and very
weak, getting worse and
worse. I sent for Car duv"
The Woman's Tonic
"I found after one bctt
tie of Cardui I was im im-proving,"
proving," im-proving," adds Mrs;
Crosswhiie. "Six bot bottles
tles bottles of Cardui.and '. : I'
was. cured, yes, I can say!
they were a God-send to
me. I ? believe I wonld
have died, had it not been
forCarduL" Cardui has
been found beneficial in
many thousands of other
cases of womanly trou troubles.
bles. troubles. If you feel the need
of a go6d, .strengthen .strengthening
ing .strengthening tonic, why cot try
Cardui? It may be just
what you need. V
Druggists All-Druggists Gerig's Drug Store has instituted
"individual service" at its soda foun fountain.
tain. fountain. V 29-tf
Jul! J l
; LCTTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS, :
CIRCULARS FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.
WE NEVER DISAPPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROxMISE. YOU GET THE JOB Wl 1 F.N ITS DUE.
' OCALA HIGH: SCHOOL
'V'"-;- ":: '". '.' ..'
" ': VS.
BE LAND E2GH : SCEC
Admission, 25c and 50a
Game Called 4:15
wanted,- lost, found, fqh
SALE. FOR REST AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six lino, maximum, cna
time, 25c.; three times, 50c; six times
75c.; one month. $3. Payable in ad advance.
EOR SALE Fifty acre farm tvfp
miles from Ocala. Apply to owners,
Collier Brothers. 30-tf Z
FOR SALEOne sorrel mare,
years old; weight 850 pounds. Well
broke and good s:iddler See R. II.
1 i Connell. Anthonv. Fla. l-12tu
STRAYED A red mule strayed to
iny house Saturday night. Same
j can be recovered by owner calling
and paying for keep and this ad.
I Sarah Gownes, 1G S. 2nd St. 2-Zt
j I OR SALE A grapefruit and
sour orange trees, Celeste figs Ex
celsior .and Dorothy. I'erkins roses,
' Japan varnish trees, three' or four four-Japan
Japan four-Japan walnut,' Catalpa Speciosa;
mock lemon or golden dep .drop;
Sago palms, beautiful vines, lilies
and ferns unnamed.'- Buyer to take
up, pack and transport at their
owri risk and expanse. Come to see
or address Wilmer Gibson, Irvine,
Ha.- : l-6t
FOR SALE10-acre improved truck
farm -with implements: one horse,
; one'jersey cow. Must sell by Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Nov.. 6th. Located, IVz
j miles south- on Dixie Highway, and
j known as old Smoak place. D. Cv
j STRAYED Two male mules strayed
1 to my place Mdnday morning; one
i dark bay and the other gray. The
j owner can have j;ame by paying for
known as Smoak place, Ocala. 3t
FOR "RENT Three room apartment.
- Phone 221 or inquire at 607, Fort
King avenue. 2-Ct
(FOR SALE First class auto paint
ing, and top trinming business do doing
ing doing from $1700 to $2000 per month.
Will stand strictest investigation.
Good reason- for selling. Box 5,
FOR SALE A Ford roadster prac practically
tically practically new, witli extra truck body,
$400. Florida Soft Phosphate h
i Linie Co. 28-Gt
FOR RENT Rooms for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Apply at No, 20, -North
Magnolia St. 27-6t
FOR SALE Abruzzi rye seed, $3.50
per bushel. Anthony Farms, An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Fla. 4-Ct
Vagaries 'of Youth.
There's, an attracts vens.s in youth
that is Irrpsisifhlt?. flosy dit'eks and
the sparkling eyes silont- do not cause
this. There is something in the elas elastic
tic elastic step, the swelling muscles and
the mental alertness that command
attention. 'There's ah Inspiration in
the hopeful eyes itiat turn toward
the future the confidence with which
everything Is approached. In fact,
the whole Teing Is Charged with so
much of assurance that -we sometimes
wonder whether there Is any ifnit to to-youth's
youth's to-youth's possibilities. It's the ""great ""greatest
est ""greatest pe"0'! of life and when properly
encouraged lays foundations that that-make
make that-make permanent the successes of the
future. Gnd blens 'hop!n?E. confidrnt
P. O. BOX 606
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