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BY GOV, HOBBY
President-Elect will Leave Tomorrow I
Via New Orleans for
(Associated Press) I
Brownsville, Tex., Nov. 16. Sena-
tor Harding is working on his corres-
pondence and New Orleans speech, have organized a meeting for to to-after
after to-after abandoning storm-swept Point night o discuss "Shall Japan. Fight
Isabel., Governor Hobby extended America?' -'
Texas' formal appreciation of Hard-
ing's visit, and Senator Fall discussed
border conditions with Harding, who
Reaves tomorrow for New Orleans to
board, the steamer for Panama.
The large number of Tampa friends
of Mr. John Saberton Long will be in interested
terested interested in the announcement of his
Trout of Tarko, MoT, the wedding to
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the home of the bride, at four o'clock
in the afternoon. The wedding will
be a quiet affair, owing to the illness
of the bride-elect's mother. Immed
iately after the ceremony the young
people will leave for a trip through
the west, and upon their return will
be at home to their friends on Audu Audubon
bon Audubon boulevard in New Orleans, in a
new home recently prepared by Mr.
Long. Tampa Tribune.
The announcement of Mr. Long's
approaching marriage will be received
with much interest in this city by a
number of friends that he has made on
visits to Ocala. Mr. Long is orig
inally from Tampa and is popular
with a large circle of friends.
HARD LUCK STORIES
OF SHORT LINE ROADS
Chicago, Nov. 16. The trials of
railroad presidents who preside over
the destinies of the country's short
lines are coming to light in the hear
ings being given here to more than
100 short lines whose employes have
petitioned the United States labor
board for increased pay.
One Texas road, built nrimarily to
open up a route to some mineral de deposit
posit deposit beds, v has to date the champion
hard luck story, according to G. W. W.
Hanger, member of the board. The
president of the line explained he
owned 41 miles of track between two
terminal cities. His fast passenger
train covered the distance in two
hours. . '
But between the two cities is a hard
surfaced highway, and enterprising
auto owners have opened a bus line.
The highway, on a direct route, is lit
tle more than twenty miles long, com
pared to the railroad's ,41. The auto
bus covers the distance in 40 minutes,
one hour and twenty minutes faster
than the train, and charges the same
The freight outlook he described as
equally bad, A company operating
motor trucks with two trailers to the
truck hauls freight over the highway
faster than the road can by train, de
livers the goods at the merchant's
store door, and charges the same tar
iff as the railroad. And on top of his
other troubles it is now estimated that
the mineral deposits which furnish the
main remaining source of revenue
will be exhausted within three years.
The president of an Alabama short
line whose principal source of revenue
is hauling ore to Birmingham fur
naces appeared to defend his com
pany against six employes, all station
agents, who had requested more mon
ey. Their present income is $95 a I
The railroad president exhibited a 1
personal knowledge of the affairs of
each of his employes. One of the
station agents, he said, owned a coun
try store a few rods f roin the railroad
station and had run his telegraph
wires into the store so he could handle
his duties as dispatcher and 'operator
wmie waiting on customers. A sec
ond was described as the wife of a
prosperous farmer. She had her tele
graph line in the farm kitchen, the
president said. Of the six operators,
only one was located in a town, and
that was a village of 500 population.
The president said his road paid no
dividends and operated at a loss of
$100,000 last year.
Hearing of the more than 100 short
line cases, each of which is being
taicen up separately, is expected to
continue for several weeks. Decisions
is all cases will be handed down simul-
NEXT SESSION IN CHICAGO
New Orlear!?, Nov. 16. The Ama Amateur
teur Amateur Athletic Union in session here
awarded the next convention to Chi Chicago.'
cago.' Chicago.' "Superexcellent" may be a big
word, but it describes those rolls we
serve our customers fresh every day.
Federal Bakery. 16-Ct
Just received, celery. W. A. Stroud.
BAD BEST AIllit'JER
Japanese Students Starting Talk that
May Involve Their Country
I' in War
Tokio, Nov. 16. Students of the so-
cieties of three private f universities
ADVANCE GUARD OF THE MIKA-
Washington, Nov. 16. The ) Japa
nese population of Hawaii is announc
ed by the census bureau as 42.7 per
cent of the total population of 255,512.
WOMEN VOTERS OF OCALA
Following ape the names Df the
vhite women who have inscribed their
"68 on the cxty registration list:
iiuicuvc 11. viiuvm.
Mary S. Anderson.
Effie R. Buhrman.
Anna McD. Balkcom.
Leta Camp Bennett."
Mattie C. Blackburn.
M. Adele BittingefV
Mary Ella Bray.
Louise Harris Clark.
Irene B. Clyatt.
Nettie II. Camp.
Rebecca A. Camp.
Sidney H. Cullen.
Susan A. Cook.
Georgia W. Carney.
Mary G. Chambers.
Helen T. Chace.
Minnie Lee Carlisle.
Alberta H. Carter.
Annie Laurie Dosh.
Lucy M. Davis.
Alda B. Drake.
Carrie W. Dozier.
Annie M. Davis
Susie Lou Ellis.
Ava L. S. Edwards.
Mabel M. Floyd.
Emily B. Green.
Sybil W. Griffin.
Georgia Y. Gary, v
Mary A. Gillen.
Natalie V. Haile.
Elizabeth L. Hunt.
M. Winnifred Hunt.
Carrie B. Hood.
Mildred M. Hocker.
L. G. Helvenston. :
Meta G. Jewett.
-S. K. Leavengood.'
L. P. Lummus.
Erin Y. Lucas.
Eloise B. Lytle.
Mildred N. Lloyd. J
Claire L. Moremen.
Stella B. Maynard.
Nettie G. Martin.
Caroline G. Murray.
Mary M McDowell.
Flora : M. Osborne.
Matilda R. Pasteur."
'Sara G. Ponder.
Elizabeth S. Perkins.
M. H. Pyles.
Theresa G. Rogers.
Emma H. Rheinauer.
Ellen M. Scott.
E. Dorothy Schreiber.
Nellie C. Stevens.
Nan A. Sistrunk.
Georgia Mc. Smith.
E. D. Tydings.
Rex G. Todd.
M. R. Thompson.
Mattie M. Wetherbee.
Allie D. Whaley.
Gussie B. Winer.
Eloise' M. Walters.
V. P. Waterman.
Delia N. Warner.
Frieda L. Weihe.
Julia F. Weihe.
Alice Y. Yonce.
Mary D. Yonge.
Wonderful talking books this week
at ZTHE BOOK SHOP. 16-4t
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16. 1920
Intrepid Aviator Who Broke Record
for Altitude Has Settled Per Permanently
manently Permanently on the Earth
Dayton, O., Nov. 16. Capt. Schroe Schroe-dei
dei Schroe-dei ,: holder of the world's airplane al
titude record, has been honorably dis
charged from the army and will enter
business in Chicago. He flew to the
height of six miles and when his oxy oxygen
gen oxygen was exhausted fell five miles be before
fore before he regained consciousness amd
successfully landed his plane.
DE LA HUERTA WILL
BE MEXICAN PREMIER
Mexico City,1 Nov. 16. Provisional
President De La Huerta will head the
Mexican cabinet of General Obregon,
when he assumes the presidency Dec.
1st, says the newspaper Excelsior.
MAKING READY TO MAKE WAY
WITH THE MIDDLEMAN
Kansas City, Nov. 16. How the
establishment and extension of co cooperative
operative cooperative sales agencies are to elimi eliminate
nate eliminate the middleman in marketing
farm products is the principal sub subject
ject subject before the f National Farmers
Union convention here. Delegates
from twenty-eight,stdtes are present.
WR ANGEL SEEKS
REFUGE FROM REDS
On Board' a Russian Cruiser He has
Left Sebastopol for a Port
London, Nov. 16. General Wran-
gel, whose army has been virtually
annihilated by the bolsheviki in the
Crimea, left Sebastopol on a Russian
cruiser with soldiers, bound for an un
known port, a Constantinople dispatch
FRENCH GIVE WARNING
Constantinople, Nov. 16. The bol
sheviki have been warned by the
French admiral of the Black Sea
forces that, if the population of Se Sebastopol
bastopol Sebastopol is molested or the town loot
ed Ke will make reprisals.
FOR SALE Motorcycle; Excelsior,
Just received, celery. W. A. Stroud
for girls at THE
You all know vhat a"- field day
means in civil life you have heard
many times of the significance of the
field day in athletics, but you will
learn from the lines-which follow that
"field day" has an entirely different
meaning in the navy. Friday is the
day for general house cleaning it is
on this day that our bluejackets "turn
to" and place their vessel in tip top
shape for the morrow's inspection by
the commanding officer The day set
aside for cleaning is known as a
In "ye olden :tymes" it was cus customary
tomary customary to have the field day on Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, and the inspection by the cap captain
tain captain on Sunday. But timse have
changed in the navy as they have in
civil life, and just as sure as the
United States navy ranks among the
greatest and most efficient in the
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ASKS FOR ITS
After a Long Controversy, the West Western
ern Western Union Refuses State Depart Department
ment Department Any" More Credit
Washington, Nov. 16. The long
controversy between the state depart
ment and the Western Union Tele
graph Company has reached an open
break, the company refusing to handle
any more cable messages for the state
department unless the tolls are pre
paid.. It is understood the order is in
tended to apply to all government de departments,
partments, departments, but the others are except
ed informally from the ruling.
The .Western Union said it based
its action of delayed payments for
previous cables, but department offic
ials hold the opinion the step is in
retaliation for the failure of the de
partment to allow the Western Union
to land its cable at Miami. Fla., con
necting .Barbadoes with the British
cable from South America.
ASKING EVERY DAY
Those who have rooms for rent for
light housekeeping are asked to notify
the Board of Trade. There is going
to be a big demand for furnished
suites of three and four rooms, ac according
cording according to the secretary of the board
ci Trade, who had six applications
Saturday morning for housekeeping
rooms, mere is a demand lor apart apartments
ments apartments by families with children. A
good percentage of the rooms listed
at the Board of Trade are listed with
the understanding that children are
not wanted. It is already evident, ac according
cording according to the secretary, that Ocala
will have to turn away winter visitors
just as it did last winter because of a
lack of accommodations.
There is also a demand for single
rooms and the Board of Trade would
like as many as possible listed. Those
who may have listed rooms several
months ago are requested to re-list
them, in order that there may be a
check up of the Board of Trade list.
Fresh and crisp, with just enough
sweetening to make it palatable
makes Federal Bread the best to be
Remember, I 'will have most every everything
thing everything you wish in fruits for Thanks Thanksgiving.
giving. Thanksgiving. W. A. Stroud. 16-4t
Howe's cranberries, with or with without
out without turkey for Thanksgiving, are fine.
W. A. Stroud. 16-4t
untiring aim of not only the navy but
the peoples of this great nation as well
to have a navy second to none on the
face of the earth, so our bluejackets
who have ever stood by their guns in
the face of the most trying duty en endeavor
deavor endeavor to have the cleanest ships in
But back to the field day. The
ship is scrubbed with sand, it is
"curry-combed" with holystones, and
a brighter, cleaner spot on land or
water cannot surpass a vessel of the
American navy after it has been
cleaned fore and aft by our bluejack bluejackets.
ets. bluejackets. From truck to keelson and from
bow to stern, on this day the vessel
is titivated and every thing is put in
its place, for who can tell, the folks,
the best girl or friends may call and
want to look over their "home" on
Sunday or right after the captain
Majority of the Hellenes Seem Reac
tionary and May Deprive Ven Ven-izelos
izelos Ven-izelos of Power
Athens, Nov. 16. Premier Venize-
los' cabinet has resigned and the
Greek regent is expected to atk for former
mer former PremieT George Rhallis, aged
eighty, to form a new ministery. The
victory of the opposition seems cer
tain. Venizelos has decided not to
resign pending the announcement of
the army's vote.
CONSTANTINE MUST STAY OUT
Paris, Nov. 16. The newspapers
here agree that England and probably
France will forbid the return of for
mer King Constantine to Greece. Ven Venizelos'
izelos' Venizelos' 'm defeat, olitical writers say,
would further complicate the difficul
ty of the Near East situation.
FURTHER TROUBLE FEARED
Athens, Nov. 16. Troops fired on
several groups of after-election trou trouble
ble trouble makers. There is fear of further
trouble and danger that the army
may get out of hand.
Th6 adjutant of Marion County
Post No. 27, American Legion, has a
number of positions open for ex ex-service
service ex-service men. Apply to him at the
Board of Trade room.
TRIED TO HIDE IT
IN AN EXTRA TIRE
Henderson, N. C, Nov. 16. L. V.
Graves, a postoffice clerk, was arrest
ed today charged with robbing the
mails of $18,000. Part of the money,
the authorities said, was found in an
extra tire on his automobile.
SHIPPING WARNED OF A
BIG ATLANTIC STORM
. (Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 16. Shipping
was warned today against tsorms on
the Atlantic and east coast.
WILL TAKE A TRIP
AROUND THE WORLD
Washington, Nov. 16. Commission
er General Caminetti leaves tonight
for a trip around the world investigat
ing the immigration question.
CLEAN UP WEEK
A ship of the capital type is no
small matter to clean; it requires the
help of "all hands and the ship's
cook,'1 as the saying goes. And it wU
be clean; it will be spotless when the
lads finish and the captain inspects.
In fact he usually knows that he will
find a veritable palace, for "cleanli "cleanliness
ness "cleanliness is Godliness" in the navy. Be Because
cause Because of this extreme cleanliness on
board many favorable comments are
vouched by the visitors. A 'lady re recently
cently recently remarked while inspecting one
of our large ships in the North river,
New York: "One could eat one's lunch
from the decks of thi3 ship without
the least hesitation." And so she
could for our ships are cleaned thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly every day but. on Fridays or
immediately after coaling they are
made almost into mirrors and shine
as brightly as the sun.
ir7 aITH A TFTy
VOL. 26, NO. 275
CALLED HOOVER TO
Questions Relating to Peace and In
dustrial Conditions are Being
Washington, Nov. 16. Questions of
industrial peace and related problems
are being discussed at a conference
here of labor leaders and Hoover,, for former
mer former food administrator, who is at attending
tending attending the conference at the request
of President Gombers of the Ameri American
can American Federation of Labor.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
The Board of Public Instruction in
and for Marion county, Florida, met
his the 3rd day of November, in reg
ular session with W. T. Gary, chair chairman,
man, chairman, C. R. Veal and A. J. Stephens
Minutes of last regular meeting
were read and approved.
Returns of the election1 held at the
Ebenezer school house on the 16th day
of October, for the purpose of creat creating
ing creating a special tax school district, elect
ing three trustees and fixing millage
to be assessed, were' canvassed and
the following result declared: That
a majority of the electors voted to
create a special tax school district and
to "assess three mills, and elected C.
S. Mims, A. M. Anderson and J. C.
Huggins as trustees. Therefore the
Ebenezer special tax school district
i hereby created, a three-mill levy
ordered and A. M. Anderson, C. S.
lims and J. C. Huggins declared trus trus-ees.
ees. trus-ees. A request to increase the salary of
the colored teacher at Summerfield
The superintendent was authorized
to order more desks for several
Application for an assistant teacher
at' Kendrick was deferred until next
meeting of the board.
Mr. C. C. Higginbotham was ap
pointed trustee of the Sparr school to
take the place of J. N. Simmons, re resigned.
signed. resigned. It was ordered that Friday after
Thanksgiving be given to the schools
that teachers and pupils might attend
the Marion County Fair and all teach
ers, are requested to attend and have
as many of their pupils to attend as
possible. They will be admitted free.
Coupon warrant No. 54, issued to
Mrs. O. L. Bachelder on Oct. 25, 1918,
for $3000, payable in two years, be being
ing being due, Mrs. W. W. Rilea being the
heir of Mrs. O. T. Bachelder requested
the board to renew thi3 warrant for
one year as follows:
One warrant to Mrs. W. W. Rilea
for $100; one warrant to Mrs. W. W.
Rilea for $500; one warrant to Mrs.
S. S. Simpson for $1500.
The chairman and secretary were
authorized to renew warrant No. 54
as above requested.
Coupon warrant No. 23 issued to
Mrs. Maude Home on Nov. 15, 1915,
for $4800 being due, the chairman and
secretary were authorized to renew
the warrant for two years.
. A petition signed by one-fourth of
the qualified voters who pay a tax on
real or personal property in the May May-ville
ville May-ville special tax school district and re reside
side reside in said district, was presented to
the board asking that the board call
an election to abolish said district,
said petition having been published
foi four consecutive weeks according
The board called an election to be
held in said district on December 16th,
1920, for the purpose of abolishing the
Mayville special tax school district
The depository reports were check checked
ed checked up, found correct and approved.
Sundry accounts and teachers' re reports
ports reports were examined, approved and
ordered paid. Same will be found in
detail in warrant book.
The chairman and secretary were
authorized to borrow $15,000 to meet
operating expenses of the schools un until
til until taxes are collected.
There being no further business,
the board adjourned to meet in reg
lar .session Tuesday after the rst
Monday in December.
W. D. Cam, Secretary.
STRIKE OF STUDENTS
MAY BE SETTLED
Annapolis, Nov. 16. The "strike"
of students at St. John3 College is
expected to be settled tonight.
COURT OF HOUSE
EXPECTS MANY CONTESTS
Washington, Nov. 16. Notice of
five contests for seats in the House
of Representatives has already been
filed in the court of the House, and it
is said the court expects to pass on
Our celebrated triple coated cinna cinnamon
mon cinnamon buns are not equaled anywhere.
Federal Bakery. 16-t
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There are many things that v you
claim to know that you only think you
The Red Cross drive does not. seem
to be ; crossing lots as fast as the
The prevailing trait of an egotist is
that he is sublimely unconscious that
he is egotistical.
People who set themselves up as
standards never help anybody else up.
They often help to hold some one
The only chance that some people
have of keeping out of hell is that
their souls are so small the devil may
not see them. .
The people from the North are com coming,
ing, coming, thru swiftly. A lady who lives
where she can see the Gainesville road
counted 108 tourist cars pass going
south one day last week.
Goody-goody people do very little
good. You can't understand a sinner
unless you have sinned. You can't
sympathize with a sinner unless you
understand him. You can't help him
unless you can sympathize with him.
The trial of Grace Howell continues
at West Palm Beach. After reading
the reports in the Post, we don't
know whether the lady should be
hung or not; but we are considerable
certain that she should be spanked
with a barrel-stave.
Dispatch says the people of Geneva
are praying for the success of the
league of nations. Let's hope the
people of Geneva are more charitable
than when they burned Servetus at
the stake ; else their prayers will
hardly go as high as the Alps.
We know a man who for years has
stoutly denied to us that he had any
sentiment. But he owned, the other
evening, that he once risked his life to
save a dog. We shall not tell his
name; if we did everybody in town
would try to borrow money from him.
One great improvement is that
nice lattice fence, built around the
Harrington's side lot. The Harrington
has about a million dollars' worth (at
present prices) of coal on the lot, and
perhaps has put the fence up to guard
the coal. Whatever the reason, it
looks much better. O'
We have always understood that the
caruiiiiii .principle ui jDuuumsui wtxa
tolerance. But a crowd of Buddhists
broke up the Salvation Army jubilee
in Tokio the other day. The intolerance
in all sects, Christian, Jew, Buddhist,
Mohammedan, Confucian and straight
pagan arises from the mistaken idea
r.f nnrrnw-Tnindpfl Tiicnta that ClnA la
not big enough to take care of him himself.'
self.' himself.' -"",, -. V'.' s
swer the call. To the constantly re
curring question, "Is Mr.
A SURE-ENOUGH FAIR
ALL BY ITSELF
There are two billion people in the
world, no two of them alike. You
don't know what any of them are
thinking; you can't understand what
effect their joys and sorrows, their
triumphs and trials have upon them.
You have a right to say you are as
good as anybody, if you try to live
up to it. You have no right to try to
put yourself on a pedestal and say
you are better than any one else..
The telephone is an useful instru instrument,
ment, instrument, but sometimes they are a severe
strain on the nerves. We have known
them to drive people to the verge of
nervous prostration. That reminds us
that there is in this town a lady who
has for years managed a big board
inghouse. Her duties are many and
varied, and she has to use the phone
a great deal In addition to her own
affairs, she has to be a sort of in informal
formal informal telephone exchange for her
boarders. It is a seldom hour be be-;
; be-; tween daylight and 10 or 11 p. m. that
of least one of them isn't called, and
four times out of five she has to an-
she generally has to answer, "111 see,"
and then hunt the needed party, often
having to climb the stairs to his room.
Yet in all these years we've never
heard of her giving a short or impa impatient
tient impatient answer. We've called her phone
some hundreds of times ourself, for
there is always some one under her
roof that we need to speak to. Yet
we have never detected the slightest
flavor of acid in her voice as she an answered,
swered, answered, "Hold the phone 'or "Wait a
minute, I'll see." It is our honest be belief
lief belief that when she goes to heaven she
and all she cares for most will be put
in one of the most beautiful and fer fertile
tile fertile counties of that state a region
that has every convenience but the
everlasting interrupting, nerve-jarring,
jingling, jangling telephone.
The man who entered Mrs. Will Williams'
iams' Williams' house Sunday evening, and
struck that esteemed lady and her
guest down, afterward making .1 his
escape with money and jewelry, de deserves
serves deserves the severest punishment. A
dance on nothing would, be about his
proper punishment. The crime was
probably committed by some of the
many yeggs coming to Florida for
the winter. Not only the officers of
the law but all the people should be
on the watch for such characters and
dose tbem liberally with buckshot eve every
ry every time they make a suspicious move.
When the women of Ocala obtain
control of the city government, we
beg to suggest to them one great re
form. Let them pass an ordinance
insisting that the sidewalks in front
of all the stores and houses in the
business center and on the principal
residence streets be kept clean. If the
owners of the property won't keep
them clean, have the city do so, and
collect the cost from the owners. It
looks mighty nice to see the city
swept and clean every morn4g; it
also promotes health. But it makes
one weary to traverse almost a block
of well-swept sidewalk and then
come w a lew yards where, with a
little irrigation, turnips could be raised.;-.
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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodere No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at, the castle hall, over the G.
C Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
. J. W. Akin, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
BARGAIN IN USED FORD SEDAN
i One. 1918 used Ford sedan for sale:
newly painted. Quick sale.
13-3t Auto Sales Co., Ocala, Fla.
There is a display in the east win window
dow window of the Rogers-Wilson Realty
Company that is made up of Marion
county products and is a small fair in
itself.' - :-
The centerpiece is a huge cone of
dtrus fruit, mostly beautiful oranges,
held in place by little Chinese oranges,
inserted between the globes of larger
fruit. The remaining; space is filled
with other Marion county products.
Among them are wheat, corn, buck buckwheat,
wheat, buckwheat, rapei;f our varieties of oats
and other solid goods of the earth. An
exhibit that will surprise most peo people
ple people are some large, juicy chestnuts,
from the shores of Lake Weir. The
wheat is not so large as northern
wheat, but, the real thing with sym symmetrical,
metrical, symmetrical, solid grains. The corn is
fine. Go by and. lamp the display; ii
is a symptom of the Marion county
fair next week.
f i is
f ar workers ts come and ask ysu
for a renewal of your member member-snip.
snip. member-snip. Send In your dollar to the
nearest local chapter of the
American Bed Cross. Welcome
the opportunity and privilege of
reeled ting your fellowship by
promptly awcriaf the
Fourth Roll Call
Neve-bar 11-23, 1929
Our Specialty Is
YOU SAVE MONEY
Cn your shoe bills by having us re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. liMM & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
PYLES & PERKINS
Funeral Directors & Embalmers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
Phones 555 and 225.' Open All Night.
:C. Cecil Bryant 1
: phone 332 :
RED CROSS ASSISTS
' -i t r j-. ......
The American Red Cross Is carrying
on a wide program of service for the
disabled World War veterans receiving
treatment In United States Public
Health hospitals, arfd those being train trained
ed trained through agencies of the Federal
Board for Vocational Education..
In each of the Public Health Service
hospitals Red Cross workers devote
their time to the general welfare of
the service men from the day they
enter the receiving ward until they
are discharged. After the soldier's dis discharge
charge discharge the Red Cross continues Its
friendly service through the Home
Service Section In his own community.
' The Red Cross maintains a convales convalescent
cent convalescent house at all of the hospitals,
where patients can amuse themselves
after they are well enough to be up
and around. Parties and picture shows
in the wards are also furnished, with
occasional excursions when convales convalescence
cence convalescence comes. ." '
" Great service has been rendered by
the Red Cross In mental cases In iden identifying
tifying identifying those who have appeared In
state hospitals for the insane, and help
ing them secure compensation due from
the Bureau of War PIsk Insurance.
In the Federal Board's various dis district
trict district offices the Red Cross worker, act acting
ing acting with the Home Service Section,
makes necessary loans to the men, ar arranges
ranges arranges suitable living conditions, helps
collect evidence and supply facts to the
Board, assists in "appealing cases' and
settles various personal difficulties for
the men. The workers also follow up
and aid all men who discontinue train training.
ing. training. 4 .-- i -v f.- -- .: ...j,. ..- f
The Red Cross agents And men "lost"
to the Board, help- clearr up delayed
cases and aid the college counselors la
"their friendly work with the men.
Many Red Cross chapters have set up
recreation facilities, and in some In Instances
stances Instances living clubs; so these victims
of war may have attractive surround surroundings
ings surroundings and the fun which must go with
effective school work.-;;:
To the American Red Cross Institute
for the Blind near Baltimore, McL,
more than half of. all the American?
blinded In the World War have come
for training. The Institute, through
the Red Cross, long ago conducted ar
exhaustive Industrial surrey todeter todeter-mine
mine todeter-mine the vocations for wldch blind
men could be fitted. As a result it U
putting forth well trained men equip equipped
ped equipped to meet the social, civic and eco economic
nomic economic requirements of their respective
Aid for Spanish Red Cross.
The Rerlan chapter of the America!
Red Cross, composed of American!
'resident In Spain, has just contributed
$4SO to a fund being raised by th
Spanish Red Cross and the League ol
Red Cross Societies for the purpose oi
; Easy Part.
Chorus Girl What am I to do In the
Stage DirectorNothing! TouTl
f ave nothing to sing, nothing to say.
and almost nothing to wear.
Ladies' High Class Shoes
. -m': WW Ii'-ffti
We have just received 400 pairs of "Queen Quality"
and "Red Cross' 1 low quarter Shoes which we will
close out at
These shoes formerly retailed at $12.00
and $15.00 a pair.
72x90 Sheets $1. 00 each while they last
Opposite Court House
? OCALA FLORIDA
FOR LOW COST TON MILE
Do Your Hauliiig Economically.
ARE THEY GOOD?
Sixty-five Hundred used by the
United States Army
GARAGE ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
i O- :2,t
S IMml51Ml JOB DEPARTMENT
P. O. BOX 606
! I lETTEEOEAfaS, BILLOEADS, CARDS, CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.
: & & ft' ft
I We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
I You get the job when its due.
' V -' - .'.-..
Wll A. TINSMAN
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estlmatea Furnialied Free y
Phone No. 526, 215 W. 5th SU Ocala
You can see the juice being pressed
e it. 4r-nW whpn vou eret an
XX Jlll Uiv J.1 v.u af
orangeade at the Court Pharmacy. 6t
.THc You will enjoy the sights
.0& at the Fair a great deal
Hg jjeai more if your eyes
J.wtv are PrPerly corrected.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Ask for a pan of Federal Rolls
they're delicious. Federal Bakery. 3t
PRACTICAL CARPENTER ANU
Careful estimates made cn all co co-tract
tract co-tract 'w ork. 5 Gives more and better
work fir the money tb an any other
contractor in the city.
Raising the Family- Eiwood supped a mq on his phrenology stuff
r .. S I m
Double recleaned seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf
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tOui THIS BO4P
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INTERNATIONAL CARTOON CON.Y.
NEW PRONOUN NEEDED
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o It is good-looking; it is com- :: ..:.:2-r
II fortable; st is quickly adapt- :
H '' able to any weather change. Va : a V
H It is easy to drive; it costs 3
H little to run. 3
The gasoline consumption is unusually low. " ' ,ti m. i
The tire mileage is unusually high.-' .' ; l 1 j
AUTO SALES CO., V ; : 1 ',
HIsc&. Taylor j ;' : j
. Ocala, Flai, Plione 343 I "':
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Now that the women have come into
caizensmp equality with the men, we
need a new possessive pronoun more
than we ever did before. When every
voter was a man, we could say, for
instance, "Every voter who casts his
ballot for this nronosition votes for
the preservation of this country. But
now, to be exact, one must say, "Eve "Every
ry "Every voter who casts his, or her, ballot
for this proposition votes for the pre
servation of his, or her. country.
Nobody can fancy that sentence.
There are too many punctuation
Foints in it, and it i& so broken that
it does not have the right punch. But
what is to-be done about it? The
jokesters used to tell, us to use the
pronoun "his 'only, justifying the
advice by the remark that "man em
braces woman." But that was in the
old days. Hereafter woman is going
to have her vote on that, too.
a ne omy alternative is to invent a
pronoun that will stand for both "his"
and, "her. Somebody once suggest suggested
ed suggested "thon." If that were to be adopt adopt-"that
"that adopt-"that one. If that were to be adopt adopted,
ed, adopted, the sentence would read, "Every
voter who casts thon's ballot for this
proposition votes for the preservation
of thon's country." v V
Probably few would like that either.
But then every new word has a
strange sound. Perhaps we could learn
to like that just as we do the unusu unusually
ally unusually shaped hats we put on after dis
carding the summer straws-Columbus
Fresh Every Bay
MARKET xmd GROCERY
Tlie Store of Qi
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' A 4k 9 A
Storage," Gasoline, Oils and Grease.
We use genuine Ford Parts. Cars washed, $1.00
, ; AGENTS FOR
S CRIM P S BOOTH SIX
Phone 252 Ccr. Oklaivaha and Orcnc
Used Cars for Sale
The grand total of enlistments in
the navy for the weekending Thurs
day, November 11th, was 2988, a gain
of 567 over, the previous week.
At this rate the navy will be re
cruited to the full complement within
a short time and then we can boast of
the greatest navy in the world.
SUFFER IN RUSSIA
Visit the Marten County Fair Nov. 23-27
Gifts That Last
Gold Bracelets, Lavalliers and Necklaces
Alarm Clocks : Sterling Silver
a Ivory Sets and Odd Pieces
. and Records
J. E. Allemand
Harrington Hall Block Ft. King Ave.
Virsif the Marion County Fair Nov. 23-27
Tulula Lodee No. 22, I. O. O. F.
meet3 every Tuesday evening at the
cAA Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
wsittyi w?lcome always extended to
J. D. McCaskill, N.
H. R. Luffman. Secretary.
OCALA LODGE No. 286, B. P. 0. E.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothirig & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren alwavs welcome. Lodee rooms
Stettin, Germany, Oct. 26. Every
contingent oi uerman war prisoners
arriving here from Russia contains a
number of ragged, unshaven, haggard
men -who have been made insane by
suffering during many months in
Russian prison camns.
In three weeks the German govern
j i -k si mam
mens seni zuu oi mes men to insane
a.sylums and sanitariums for treat
ment. A few have spells of violence,
and during thes periods must be kept
under guard, but the majority present
a listless, woe-begone aspect. They
look about with dull, unseeing eyes, or
sit quietly weeping, unconscious of
the fact they- are, home again.
The families and friends of the in
sane soldiers are allowed to greet
them and to give them food and
clothesvbefore they are sent away for
Nearly all the prisoners exhibit the
most intense; bitterness not only to toward
ward toward Russia, but toward i the German
government as well. Ose of them,
who had lost a leg and an arm and
who,; it was learned, had been taken
prisoner early m the war : and has
been confined in many Russian prison
camps, shook his fist at a German flag
when he arrived and cursed his coun
try, his people, and" all other coun
tries and peoples.
"To with Germany!" he shout
ed. "That is not my fiac and Ger
many is not ; my fatherland."
He then turned to the other prison
ers and pointing to his wounds said:
"This is what Germany has done to
me. l hi s is what a kindly fatherland
has permitted. Why didnt they ex
change me? Because
for Germany and all the thanks I've
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Reerular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. AM., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p.m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
v OF TRAINS IN OCAIUA
Insist upon your orangeade being
made with fresh oranges. The Court
W. K. Lute, M. D, Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Orangeade from fresh fruit made
while you wait at the Court Pharm- j Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
acy. 13-&t Ocala, J? la.
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville. 2:09 ft. m
Leave for Tampa. ........ 2:10 a, m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. ; 1:30 p.m.
Leave for Tampa. . . .V. 1:50 p. m
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 4:04p.m.
Leave for Tampa...".... .. 4:05p.m.
Arrive from Tampa z :14 a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. ... 2:15 a. m.
Arrive from Tampa. ...... 1:85 p. m.
Leave for Jacksonville .... 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from- Tampa. ...... 4:04 p. m.
Leave for Jacksonville ... 4 :05 p. m.
Atlantic Coast line -N ?
Leave for St.. Petersburg. 2:49 a. in.
Arrive from' Jacksonville. 3:34 p. ra.
Leave for St. Petersburg. 3:35 p. m.
Arrive from Jacksonville 10 :12 p. m.
Leave for Leesburg. . . 10:13 p. m.
Arrive from at. Petersburg 2:11a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. ... 2:12 a. in.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. . 1:45 p. m.
Arrive from Leesburg. .. 6:41 a,m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. 2:48 a. to.
Leave for Jacksonville . . 6 :42 a. m.
Arrive from'Homosassa... 1.25p.m.
Leave for Homosassa. .... 3:25 p. m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday. . .11:50 a. an.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday ......... 4:45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. f rom Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p. m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
- Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Arrive from Wilcox, Mon Monday.
day. Monday. 'Wednesday, Friday. 6:45p.ix
naa lor it were tne rotten years in a
The prisoners generally agree they
had been unable to procure proper
medical treatment in the Russian
camps, and i that their food had been
At the close o the war there were
250,000 and civil prisoners in Russia.
'and 255,000 Russians in Germany.
The German government estimates
that not more than 5000 Germans will
remain in Russian camps this winter.
Before the Russo-Pohsh hostilities
began the Russians were being re returned
turned returned rapidly but it is now estimated
at least 200.000 Russians are still in
Russian camps, 60,000 of whom are
the troops interned when they crossed
the East Prussian frontier during the
New and Valuable Fertilizer.
"Nitrated peat" Is the fertilizer pro
duced by an Italian chemist from ex
plosives containing ammonium nitrate.
The explosive is placed In a measured
amount of water, which dissolves out
the nitrate, and after a ort time is
decanted as a saturated solution. Tnls
is mixed with peat powder and evap evaporated
orated evaporated The product contains about
43 per cent of ammonium citrate, and
has been- shown to have fertilizing
value nearly equal to that of sodium
Your BI3 Left Poet.
Tour left foot Is larger than your
right, in 99 cases out of 100. Science
explains it In many ways; but we ac accept
cept accept the easiest one which; is that we
are a world of left-footed loungers.
We lean against posts and door jambs
and we do most of our leaning on
our left foot ; conseQuently, through
the yeaf s it has grown to support the
weight that the lazy foot doesn't. The
next time you buy shoes, have your
left foot measured first.
i REMEMBER to ask
XV your grocer for Cal Calumet
umet Calumet Baking Powder 2nd be
sure that you get it the In In-dianheadontheoranlabeL
Then forget about bake
day failures. For yea will
never have any. Calumet
! always produces the sweet-
esc ana most paiaxasis xooao.
And now rentcxibar, you
always use less than cf most
other brands because it pos possesses
sesses possesses greater leavenkj strength.
v;ays use M,
There is no If a
recipe calls for one egg two
cups of fbur half a cup cf
milk that's all you use.
You rxzar have to re-bake.
Contains only such ingre ingredients
dients ingredients as have been officially
approved by U.S. Food Authorities,
is the product of the largest, xnoct
modern and sanitary BsSrs Pow Pow-dar
dar Pow-dar Factcdea ia fTistrRca
Glttten 'jgfge3 fbur ja pood jmt cf -its
fcxia!ue-fre element that
rourighea the body. To be enre cf
gfth plain fbor, (not gelf-rlsfas; Ptt),
4 cups sifted
1 1 flour, 4 level tca tca-t
t tca-t a rpocn3 (Calusaet
I Baking t owder,
I 1 tstlsqvDcn su-
gar, 1 tsacpooa
cups cf. sweet
miik. Tlien mix
in the reslr
J. D. SPENCER
IV. R. PEDHICK
1 r Tmnijgr::: 0?)
A GEN CY
We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.
GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
Exclusive Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 f.!o. Gcsrssfee
An Up -to-Date Battery Service Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. .
GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.
SPEKCER-PEDRICK FJOTOR CO.
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. ?-
: . WW. Clyatt, ;
4-tf City Tax Collector.
Double recleanea eed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. C-tf
BARGAIN IN USED FORD SEDAN
One 1918 used Ford sedan for sale;
newly painted. Quick sale.
13-3t Auto Sales Co. Ocala, Fla.
Don't fail to visit the Gcarantea
Jlotbing & Shoe Company. E very very-thin
thin very-thin we sell is guaranteed- T3Vre
ighting for QUALITY not prices, tl
OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, NOVEMBEB 16, 1820
DEATH OF A LITTLE CHILD
If you have any society
phone to five-one.
Temperature this morning, 59; this
afternoon, 70. ...
Flower bulbs at
the Ocala Seed
Miss Madge Pedrick has a position
in B. F. Condon's big auto supply
Make a bookshelf for your children.
THE BOOK SHOP. U 164t
Mrs. McKay and Mrs. L. C. Bell of
Hernando were shopping m the city
Monday. V .''.
Don't' forget ThanksgivingiU be
nere next wees. Dee my au t,ma
W. A. Stroud. 16-4t
Last Saturday morning at 11 o'clock
the village of Orange Springs was
saddened by the departure of one of
cur precious jewels, little Harold
Herrm, the 18-months-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. O. Herrin. This affair
was an unusually sad one, Harold be being
ing being the only child and taken so sud suddenly.
denly. suddenly. He was ill less than a week.
All earthly aid was given him but he
was one of the chosen ones and it was
meant for him to go.
He was a favorite with Vail who
knew him, being so bright and friend friendly
ly friendly and just at the age to be the most
The funeral took place Sunday
morninsr at the cemetery here. The
service was conducted by Rev. Walker
of this place. A large number hi
friends and relatives followed the lit little
tle little body to the !ast resting place and
covered the grave with .ferns and
Deepest sympathy is extended to
the parents and grandparents.
Mrs. W. J. Tillman is visiting rela relatives
tives relatives at Orange Springs for a couple
-Books for boys
The Tampa white primary Monday
resulted in the choice of Charles H.
Brown, commissioner-mayor, and V.
ROOK V. Sharpe, W. A. Adams, W. J. Bar-
ifi4t ritt and Henry iu. Snow, commission
ers. Mrs. Amos Norms, the only
Judge Smith is issuing hunting li-1 woman candidate, was defeated.
censes by the handful. The season
opens Saturday. I The trial of Mrs. Grace Howell at
West Palm Beach resulted in a dis-
The most popular drink in the city agreement of the jury.
is our orangeade made of fresh or oranges
anges oranges pressed at the fountain. The
Court Pharmacy. 13-6t
other cotton growing states to pre prevent
vent prevent the ginning and marketing of
cotton at the present low price. Rep Representative
resentative Representative planters, bankers and bus business
iness business men meel strongly that this
lawlessness is giving the South a
"black eye." J
At a recent meeting of the Arkan Arkansas,
sas, Arkansas, division of .the American Cotton
Association here, night riding was
condemned as an act of gross ignor ignorance.
ance. ignorance. Gov." Brough has taken a vig vigorous
orous vigorous stand against night riding and
he 'lias had further support, amoncr
others, from Claude" Fitzpatrick, pres president
ident president of the Arkansas Bankers Asso Association.
ciation. Association. All the forces of the state
and local governments in' Arkansas
are now co-operating to prevent fur further
ther further lawlessness in the cotton ginning
This counter movement is believed
to be doing much to stop" the activi
ties of night1 riders. Mass metings
have' "been holdMh' many ; towns and
ihe co-operation of the- citizens h
been proffered officers in maintaining
order. ' ; y' ;
; Acts of violence for which night
riders have been "given credit in Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas have taken various forms. In
addition to the burning of gins, ware ware-houses
houses ware-houses and othert property, farmers
who' attempted to market their cotton
have "been threatened with death or
severe punishment, and in some cases
have' been; badly maltreated. Negro
families have been intimidated and
driven from their homes because they
sough employment or worked as cot cotton
ton cotton pickers. Hundreds of cotton gins
BARGAIN IN USED FORD SEDAN
One 19i8 used Ford sedan for sale;
newly painted. Quick sale.
13-3t Auto Sales Co, Ocala, Fla-
Mrs. Ri T. Weaver has returned
from a pleasant visit to her daughter,
Mrs. Hawes, at Dade City.
Mr. Victor M. Upham of Brooklyn,
N. Y., is enjoying a visit at the home
of his uncle, Mr. L. M. Murray, and
Have your mirrors re-silvered. All
work called for, delivered and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ocala Mirror and Plating
Works, Yonge block, Fort King
avenue, phone 504. 9-tf
This week is children's book week in. various sections of the state have
at THE BOOK SHOP. 16-4t been posted with warnings against
v ; continuing to buy and gin cotton, the
SENTIMENT IN ARKANSAS threatened penalties for not heeding
LARGE LUE GUI GONG
Will Deliver and Plant for
The Large Trees.
" ". i
WARTMANN NURSERY CO,
Zt"7--: Ms ...
I For all Classes of
: Stone, Brick, Wood
I and Concrete
i J. J, MeCasMI
Z Phone 440- 72S Wenona SL
- AGAINST NIGHT RIDING
The Practice Condemned by Cotton
Growers and Measures will be
taken to Suppress It
Little Rock, Ark, Nov. 15. Respon
sible senUment in this state is run running
ning running strongly against night riding
I which has been undertaken m this and
the warning including destruction of
the plants and forfeiture of the lives
of Ihe owners. ','
In one county eight men now are
awaitingaction; 6f the grand jury on
a charge of setting fireto a ginnery,
and in another section of the state
three white farmers hay been sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to a year's imprisonment and
assessed heavy fines for intimidation
of negro cotton pickers. ': , M
Don't take purgatives for Con Constipation
stipation Constipation they act barsfcly
Otey overstrain t2xe delicate
membrane anH leave tae
Bowels In a worse condition
thsn belorc II
witla Con Constipation,
stipation, Constipation, SIclcQead'
ache, In Indigestion
digestion Indigestion Sour Stom
ach, Dizziness, Biliousness,
Nervousness, or loss ol Appe Appelate
late Appelate Don't hesitate Get a bottle
fol CARTER'S LITTLE LIVES
TILLS take one after each
saeal and one at bedtime. A
'Sew days treatment will put
fitomach, five? tutd Bowels In
Cauda mst tear sliaatare tOm&SZet
So&H PI3 Esa3 Cose Sas!l Price
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR KENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25c; three times, 5Cc; six times, 75c;
one month, $3. Payable in advance.
FOR SALE Fifty acre farm two
miles frcm Ocpia. Apply to owners,
EIick-Dratiglit, Lcsg ia Successful
Use, Praised by &n Arksjisas
Us&sr, Soca Doea
Marmadnke, Ark. peaking of
Thedford's Black-Draught, which from
long use In her houshold has become
regarded as "the family medicine,"
Mrs. Mary E. HilL of Route 1, thl3
When the children get bluou3, I
gtre them a couple of good doses, and
when we hare sour stomach, headaciie,
or any liver or stomach trouble, we
tise Black-Draught It Is an easy laxa laxative,
tive, laxative, and soon does the work., I cer certainly
tainly certainly think it is one of the best rem remedies
edies remedies made."
Black-Draught acts on the Jaded
liver, gently, but positively, and helps
it in its important function of throw
ing out waste materials and poisons
from the system.
In thousands of households Blaclc Blaclc-nnneht
nnneht Blaclc-nnneht is kent handv for Immediate
use in time of need. Prompt treatment
often is half the battle, and will often
prevent alight ills from developing in
to serious troubles.
Ita well-established merit, during
more than 70 years of successful use,
should convince you of the neipiui
effects obtainable by taking Black
Sraneht for liver and stomach dis
orders. Get a nr.ckage today, and
keen it ia your house. See that
the nackase bears the words,
Thedford'a Black-Draught." NC-1U
FOR SALi',. One sorrel irsre, eight
. years old; weit 9o pounds. Well
broke ana good saddler. See R. II.
Connell, Anthony, Fia. 1-1 2tG
Miss Eloise Henry will entertain
the regular weekly meeting of the A
Club at her home on Oklawaha avenue
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Woodward, Dr.
M. Barco and Mr and Mrs. Jim Brooks I
of Cotton Plant were business visitors
in the city Monday.
Hundreds of books for children at
THE BOOK SHOP. 16-4t
Hi i : .1 A II. j-
CABBAGE PL.NTS Protected from
frost by overhead irrigation. Char
leston akel.t u, Jbarly buir.mer,
Lupton's best Long Island seed,
?1.75 er thct'snd; ispecial price in
large quantities. Parcel post or orders
ders orders 25 cents per thousand extra.
J. R. Davis Farms, Bartow, Fla. tf
WOOD When you want vocd, phone
EGG; oak or pine, stove or fireplace.
Broadway Woodyard, L. A. Send Senders,
ers, Senders, Proprietor. 11-1 2t
WOOD Oak and pino, cut to any
length; delivered on short notice.
Phone Mrs. E. L. Howell, Oak.
(phone charges paid.) ) 11-tf
All the young folks and some of the
younger ones have the blues this eve evening.
ning. evening. The circus arrived, but on ac account
count account of the weather was unable to
either parade or give a performance.
Have your mirrors re-silvered. fAll
work called for, delivered and guar
anteed. Ocala Mirror and Plating
Works, Yonge block, Fort King
avenue, phone 594. 9-tf
Mr and Mrs. S. S. Smith and son
have returned to their home at
Gainesville after a pleasant visit in
the city, guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Preer on South Second
; Lost between 206 North Main
street and the high school, a small oc
tagon cameo brooch. Return to Miss
Rives, U-Serve Store 1, and receive
reward. . w ; 15-2t
Among the attendants on the Y. M.
C. A. conference were Mrs. Carrie
Marshall 'and .her son James, Mrs. J.
G. Baxter, William Bolan and Harold
. Wprdeiy all of Winter Park. They
were guests of Dr. and Mrs. J., H.
I "What Every Child Should Know,"
is a splendid series for children; 20
titles at THE BOOK SHOP. 16-4t
The Ching-a-Ling Dancing Club will
give its second ball Friday night at
the Woman's Club. This is the younger
society set of the town and the affairs
given by, this club are always antic anticipated
ipated anticipated with much pleasure as they
are always of an original $nd in informal
formal informal nature.
I will have a large quantity of fruit
for you. Get my prices and see my
quality. W.'A. Stroud. 16-4t
Mr. and MrsI Leslie Anderson and
cousin, Mr. T. P. Smith of 'Mayfield,
Ky., arrived in the city yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from Jacksonville, where they
were guests for several days at the
Borne of Mr. Anderson's sister, Mrs.
M. J. Roess and family. While in the
city they are guests of Mr. Anderson's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson,
and their friends will be glad to learn
that they expect to be here a month.
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing &, Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
ighting: for QUALITY not prices, tf
The Star, just before going to press,
received the sad news that Mr. W. P.
Goodyear was fatally injured at New Newberry,
berry, Newberry, and after an hour or two passed
1 WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec
ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov
ereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. x
Ia pmckiem of 30 protected by
mpmcimi moimturo proof vrrmpper.
AJo ia round AIR-TIGHT tins of SO.
TALK ABOUT dlmo novels
TH EY SENT Jim down.
TO TEXAS to investigate.
SOME OIL wells there.
WHICH THEY might buy
IF JIM said OJC.
AND HE was to report.
I BY WIRE In secret code.
I NOW ENTER, the -villain.
A SLIPPERY crook. :
GOT WIND of It.
AND TRAILED Jim down.
I COPIED OFF his code. r
AND BRIBED a boob.
IN THE telegraph, branch- ;
EO THE crook could get
THE EARLIEST word.
AND CORNER stock.
AND WORK a hold-up.
IT LOOKED Ilk easy com.
BUT JIM got wlso.
AND THREW away his code,
AND WHEN ho sent. i
THE FINAL dope.
HE FOILED the villain.
THE MESSAGE just said.
i "CHESTERFIELD." ....
AND HIS directors knew.
THAT ALL was welL
i WITH THOSE ofl wella.
FOR OIL men know.
YOUTXknowyon've 'Struck it rich whea
you discover Chesterfields. You'll say "they
satisfy. A wonderful blend the pick of Tur Tur-tkish
tkish Tur-tkish and Domestic tobaccos put together ia
the Chesterfield way that's "why "they satisfy.-.
And the Chesterfield blend can not b
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WANTED House to rent or. pur
chase, five or six rooms, in good
locality; all convenience?. Address
House, box 60G, Ocala, Fla. 15-Ct
WANTED A good firmer to farm
on shares. Also .would like to plant
ten, fifteen or twenty acres of oats
on shares. I have good land near
town. Wt D. Cam.
FOR SALE Florida BLACK P. YE,
at $3.25 tier bushel. J P. Smith,
Ebb, Fla. 15-12t
FOR SALE 25,000 Ktalks improved
Japanese seed cane, at $2 per hun hundred.
dred. hundred. Mayo-Lyles-Cauthen Farm,
Summerfield. ( lG-tf
FOR SALE Four pure bred Rhode
twin cylinder, thoroughly overhaul overhauled;.
ed;. overhauled;. Bosch magneto,, new tires, new new-painted;
painted; new-painted; looks and run3 like new. A
qpick sale for $125. Will give dem demonstration
onstration demonstration if you mean business.
Write J. E. Knight, Citronelle Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 11-lG-Ct
Meet me at the .American Cafe.
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style, Be?t dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink ah
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p.jn. 17-tf
Ask your dealer for FEDERAL
Bread, and accept no other. There's
none so good. 16-6t
All of the Milton Bradley books for
children at THE BOOK SHOP. lG-4t
H Barney Trusts lima
DAVIES, The Tire Man
Arrival and departure of passenger
tra:ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Jackson villa-N'York "2:10 am
Jacksonville 1:30 pm
Jacksonville 4:05 pm
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 yra
2:1b am Tampa 2:15 am
l:f'0pm Tampa -Ma rmti 1:25 pra
4:0-rpm Tampa-St. Pctrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC L'OAST LINE It. R.
2:12 pm Jacksoirv!lle-NYork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville ?;33 f in
:42am Jk3onviiiti-Gr.eav;!!e 10:13 sa
2:4Sam St.Petsbig-Lakelnd 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lak eland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:2S am Dunellon-Lkeiand 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Lees burg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
""Tnendsy. Thursday. Saturdav.
Get the habit of reading the ads.
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