This morning, 52.
This afternoon," 69.
Probably rain tonight
and 'Wednesday with no
change in temperature.
OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1920
ARE TOO OFTE
Not to Bring Racial Question Before
, this Meeting of the Assembly of
- the League of Nations
PDT THEM AT THE
'Western Union Wants a Stop Put to
Secretary Daniels' Silly
Washington, Nov. 30. The District
cf Columbia supreme, court after
bearing arguments today took under
ad vi cement the application of the
Western Union Telegraph company
for art injunction restraining Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Daniels from interfering with
the laying of certain short cables at
TWO "NAVIES' PLAY TAG
Miami, Nov. 30. Shortly before
noon yesterday the cable layer dow dowry
ry dowry anil twb United States navy sub subchasers
chasers subchasers engaged in a game of "tag
off the coast. Every move of the
. 'Cable'ship was closely followed by the
navy boats. ; :
1 The pable layer Clowry, the West Western
ern Western Union Telegraph Company's boat,
which has been tied up at the docks
here for many weeks, pending decis decision
ion decision as to the landing at Miami of the
South American cable, steamed out of
the bay through the' government cut.
Fifteen minutes later the two sub subchasers,
chasers, subchasers, 154 and 320, which have been
guarding the causeway and the cable
barge, followed. The subchasers soon
passed the dowry and took- up pOsi-
tion about two miles off the coast.
Every move of the cable ship was
checked by the subchasers and within
, an hour the Clowry was anchored
about half a milevfrom the point se--lected
for. landing the cable.
Armed men from the subchasers
.have been patrolling the coast for
three nights, and the cable barge, tied
to the causeway viaduct has been un under
der under the guns of the subchaser.
'Local officials of the Western Union
said that the cable ship. Clowry was
v.$t;nt put to make repairs to the Miami-
Key West cable but suspicious, ma maneuvers
neuvers maneuvers on the part of the cable layer
caused the commandant of the sub subchaser
chaser subchaser flotilla to order a close watch.
A SURPRISE MARRIAGE
(Camilla Ga., Enterprise)
. ; Mr. and Mrs. Hi T. Hall Jrt,
Lowell,, Fla., arrived here a few days
ago arid are visiting, their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. D. Kemp. Many Camilla
. friends will be surrirised to know of
the marriage of Mrs. Hall, who was
formerly Miss Mae Kemp of this city.
The marriage occurred at Lowell, Fla.,
', where Mrs. Hall had been. Visiting
her sister, Mrs. W. O. Hillfard fdr
some time, the ceremony "taking place
September : ist. Mrs. Hall is a
charming and attractive young wom woman
an woman and is admired by many friends
here. Mr. Hall si a prosperous planter
and merchant of Lowell. He is a
graduate of the Ocala high school and
the University of, Florida, at Gaines Gainesville.
In the county judge's office, : Mon
day, Judge Smith officiating, Mrs.
Clifford Smith was married to Mr. J.
A. Hamilton. This happy, couple
makes its home at Anthony.
Mr. Harley Marsh, who went to
Zolfo a few days ago to visit hii wife,
who has been visiting Mr. Marshs
aunt, expects to return today, bring
ing Mrs. Marsh with him. Mrs. Marsh
has been onthe sick list for a long
time, but is now, we are glad to say,
much better. j
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar
anteed. :: ;
! (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:15 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:34 am
4:17 pm Jacksonville 4:15 pm
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pm
. SU Petersburg
2:15 am Tampa 2:10 am
2:15 am ; Manatee- 4:17 pm
- 4:05 pm Tarapa-St. Fetrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
. 2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 cm
2:48 am SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:23 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
, 4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
- Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
Congressman Knutson' Declares Immi Immigrants
grants Immigrants Arriving So Fast'They are
a Menace to the Country
' (Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 30 Undesirables
from southern Europe are arriving in
the United States in such numbers
they are proving a menace to the
country, Representative Knutson de declared
clared declared today.
ROTARY BANQUET DEC. 14
The Rotary luncheon today was well
attended, and those present enjoyed
tne excellent spread prepared Dytne
committee of the Woman's dub. Mr.
Louis W. Duval was the guest oi
honor, we maae one of his straight
U the point taiics in favor of the Ked
Ci-nss. nnrf t.hft results will snrni he I
The Rotarians will give a banquet
Tuesday evening, Dec. 14th, on which
occasion the, ladies will be present, and
the occasion brightened in other im-
measurable ways. The best singers of
the club are oiling and rubbing up I
their voices, and people passing near
the hall are likely to think all. the
nightingales in Florida are in session.
The funeral of Mr. F. G. Tubbs will
take place tomorrow morrtfng at 10
o'clock from the residence on bout,h
Lime street, and interment will Joe
made in the annex to Greenwood cem-
NINE LIVES LOST IN 1
New York, Nov. 30.-Nine persons
including three children, were turned
aeain ioaay m a nve-story ounaing.
gene Chafin. prohibition candidate. f or
president in 1912, died here today
fron; burns received while lighting
HIS NECKTIE WILL-BE
TOO TIGHT FOR HIM
Moultrie, Ga., ; Nov. 30. Posses
are searching for the negro who at-
tacked the 18-year-old daughter of a
prominent Thomas county farmer.
WHO WILL BUY THEM ?
New York. Nov. 30. It is reported
that thousands of V dollars f worth of
e-ems stolen in America are beinj?
oo- -. f ., s 1
New York, Nov. 30.4-Twenty per-
son were arrested today charged with "i"urB, .r-a ov. u. oriy oriy-destroying
destroying oriy-destroying evidence needed' by the leg- fou governors are attending the .an .an-isrlative
isrlative .an-isrlative committee investigating the nfaI governors conference here.
New York. Nov. 30-The promoters
are considering holding the Dempsey-
Carpentier championship bout in Eng
land, if a suitable place cannot be pro
cured in the TJnited States.
Dont fail to visit, the Guarantee
Jlotbing & Shoe .Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. Were
Ightinij for QUALITY nofprices. tf
.Mrs. L. T. Izlar left this afternoon
for Oldsmar, where sbe will spend
seme time at the home of her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. Clifford Andreson, after a
ten days visit in the city a guest at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Green J
airs, lziar sp!nt the past summer
very delightfully with relatives in
South Carolina, and t her many Ocala
friends ; will learn with pleasure that
she will return to the city after
Christmas G spend the remainder of
the winter here. -'
Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor are ex
pecting. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford: Earn Earn-shaw
shaw Earn-shaw of Tampa Thursday to be their
guests for several days." Mr. and Mrs.
Earnshaw were married last Thurs
day in Tampa at the Tirst Methodist
church; The wedding was one of the
largest that has, taken place "in that
town this season and was of much
interest to many friends of both par
ties throughout Florida. They are en-
joyin ga honeymoon trip in their au
tomobile to points of interst in the
Geneva, Nov. 30 The Japanese del delegation
egation delegation will not make and proposal
for racial equality at this; session of
the assembly of the league 'of nations,
Viscount Ishii announces.
CONNIES BAGGAGE HAS COME
. .. .,
Athens, Nov. 30. Former King
Constantine's valets have arrived here
with many boxes and trunks. j
CONFLAGRATION AT CORK
Belfast, Nov. 30. The city hall -at
Cork was set on fire and it is reported
tha the .Thomas Ashe Sinn Fein club
anj the Charlotte club are ablaze.
EX-EMPRESS VERY ILL
I T xiv... on rpu r
man raPrf 13 semi-conscious from
LONDON LOOKING FOR TROUBLE
Xondon", Nov. 30. Public buildings
are closely guarded agajnst. threaten-
ed Sinn Fein attacks
F. G. TUBBS
Mr. F. G. Tubbs "died this morning
at his home on South Lime street aft after
er after an illness of about ten days. Mr.
Tubbs and family have inade their
home in Ocala for the past six years,
coming here from Michigan, and have
made many friends who will learn
with regret of Mr. Tubbsf death.
"For the past 18 months Mr. Tubbs
was chief mechanic withMr. McGe-
skillful, workman. Besides; a host of
friends, Mr. Tubbs leaves 4 to mourn
hisdpsth a wife nnrl fivp rVnlrlrAn.
father and mother and one brother,
Mr a E Tubb all of this city
The Masbns will have ohlir of .thc
funpfnl WhiV ; will alro Wlaa cAm
les f Perkins have charge of t,he
PLEA OF GUILTY
, MADE BY PONZI
(Associated Press) ', v,
Boston, Nov. 3d.-Charles Ponzi,
WT Ti. t "-t- 8-hu
invested millions before its collapso
last -August, pled guilty to using; the
mails in a scheme to defraud in fed
eral coirt here today.4
Ponii was sentenced to five years -in
tn? Plymouth county jail. Eighty-five
counts of the federal indictment are
on hIe against him. : -a
1 iirnTrrTi in i-kT-
uuiiiii!.u ir uun
CATTS IS PRESENT
BILL HAS OUR BEST
new i orK, ov. nu. j acK .Demp-
"aa vwiiiuieiiceu training ior me
th -Bill Brennan here Decern-
EXC LUSIVE AND DISTINCTIVE
, Every Hat in. the
Af fleck Millinery-Parlor
H-A L F
GET YO.UR CHOICE
; Not a hat in the above establishment but what
is authentic in style and fitness and well worth
the Original Price; v v v i :
Ill E. BROADWAY,
Mandamused Him in. Favor of Officers
z Injured in Their Line
, of Duty
- (Associated Press)
Washington, D. C Nov. 30. The
District supreme court has directed a
mandamus be issued' against Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Daniels to permit naval reserve
officers who were injured in theline
of duty to appear before the naval re retirement
tirement retirement board to determine their
richt to retirement. V
GREAT BARGAINS AT FRANK'S
Frank's announcement in the Star
totcrday entitled "The Most Inter Interesting
esting Interesting News of the Year,?' was receiv
ed by the ladies and girls with great
delight and many are calling at the
store- to view these great bargains in
ready-to-wear goods Mr. Israelson,
the manager of Frank's, has just re
turned from'New Yorkwhere he was
fortunate m securing many season
able goods at prices that enables
him to offer the ladies, handsome
coats and dresses for winter wear at
a saving of more than half the cost
of the goods two months ago. These
bargains consist of the best quality
wool tricotine, serge, wool jersey.
satin and georgette coats and su4ts.
There are also a fewevening dresses
prices wonderfully low.
"A" CLUB ENTERTAINED
The Monday evening auction club,
which includes Misses Eloise Henry'
Mabel Meffert, Blair Woodrow, Sue
Moore, Elizabeth Davis and Onie Cha'
zal, had a pleasant evening Monday
with Miss Sue Moore at ther home on
The invited guests- were Messrs.
Frank Butler and Lauzie Izlar and
Dr. H. C. Nichols. Holding low score
is always undesirable and it was es
pecially the case last evening, as there
was one extra player and the one
holding the lowest score after v each
round of games had tp drop out, which
aiTorded much, amusement. Miss Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth proved the cleverest player "at
remaining in the game and was re rewarded
warded rewarded with a useful toilet article:
Just before 'the guests departed,
Miss Moore served a dainty salad
course with cheese, crackers, saltines,
sandwiches and after dinner coffee.
Miss Blair Woodrow will be hostess
to the next meeting of this club.
AFTER LONG YEARS
s .1 CARDENAS GETS HIS
, (Associated "Press)
,j Guatemala, Nov. ,30. Francisco
Cardenas, alleged assassin of Mexican
President Madero, committed suicide
here after being cornered by a posse
phasing him for killing 'a man and
woman. lS -, :
METHODISTS PLAN FOR
." L RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Memphis, Nov 30. The education educational
al educational conference of ttie Methodist Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal .church, South, is meeting here to
map out a jlan of co-operation to
promote the campaign for religious
on Sale at
P R I C E
near Western Union
Boiling, President Wilson's Brother-
in-Law,- Testifies Regarding the
. Shipping Board
--. (Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 30. R. W. Boiling,
treasurer of the United States Ship
ping Board and President Wilson's
brother-in-law, was the chief witness
before the congressional committee
investigating the shipping board to
day. He will be questioned regarding
the' allegations that he shared in the
$40,000 said to have been paid by the
Downey Shipbuilding Corporation for
BOLLING' CONTRADICTS SANDS
, Boiling read a statement which
said he had contracted with T. K.
Sands, a former Washington banker,
to build a house for Sands arid that
due to extra cost of building Sands
objected to paying at the time the
house was completed but later paid
him $600 balance due and that was all
the money ever received from Sands
except $300 borrowed, which had been
paid back. Sands previously testified
that Boiling had shared in money re received
ceived received from the shipbuilding firm.
Married, November 26th,
Methodist parsonage. Fort
Miss Cecil Hadsock to Mr. J.
ter Jr. of Pineland, Fla.
Miss Foster, and her parents moved
a few months ago to Pineland, which
is on the west coast near Fort Myers.
Pineland is situated on a beautiful
island, where Mr. Foster has a large
orange grove and citrus nursery.
The young folks are motoring to
Atlanta and will spend several weeks
touring the southern states- before, re
turning home. Mrs. Foster "made her
home here for. many years and ha
a wide circle of friends in this county
who will wish her much joy and hap
piness in her new. home. She is- an
exceedingly pretty and' attractive
young lady and makes friends of all
THE, BEANTOWN CHOIR
AND OYSTER SUPPER
Where is Beantown? Well, just any
little bldtowri that we hav,e all seen
and some of us have lived in, where
the people take their pleasures simply,
are not too sophisticated in the mat matter
ter matter of dress, who know old songs bet better
ter better than new and whose stage man manners
ners manners are simplicity itself.
A choir from such a Beantown will
sing for a necessarily limited audience
at the Ocala House parlor Thursday
evening. They offer you a program oi
music -and" recitation not too fong.
Some of the. solos, quartets' and
choruses sweet, some not so sweet,
while some might be called beautifuL
The members of this choir" are ver
satile in their gifts and they aim to
please their audience. If you like
sweet music, pure, simple fun and do
not mind the stirring of the deeper
emotions every now arfd then, you
should go and hear the Beantowners.
They are all home friends who you
know. Don't, forget the date, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock.
. Oyster Supper Friday Evening
Then if you want to please the in inner
ner inner man, some of the ladies of the
parish who are noted for their talent
for cooking oysters offer the follow
ing menu Friday evening beginning at
5:30: Oyster cocktail 30c: raw ov-
g 9 af
sters half dozen 20c dozen 35c.; oy oyster,
ster, oyster, stew, small 25c.,. large 40c; oy oysters
sters oysters frienf, half dozen 30c., dozen
50c.; celery 10c; dijl pickles 5c; let lettuce
tuce lettuce with mayonnaise 25c; chicken
salad 35c; hot rolls and butter 10c;
coffee 10c; tea 10c. The supper will
be served cafeteria style.
COLLINS LED OFFICERS
TO THE CACHE
Omaha,. Nov. 30. Postal inspectors
announced today that Keith Collins,
being held charged with implication
m the $3,000,000 mail car robbery,
led officers to a cache where $23,000
of the money was recovered.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Baxter
Carn will regret to learn of the illness
cf their baby, Gertrure, but trust that
she will soon be well.
Mr. Ted Sides, general sales man manager
ager manager for the Bacon-Ryerson Co., state
distributors for the Hudson and Essex
cars, is in the city calling -on the local
I dealer, the Murphy Motor Company.
Chief of Army Chemical ; Service
Wants Gas, Etc., Developed to
the Suicide Degree
v (Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 30. Brigadier.
General Fires, chief pf the army chem chemical
ical chemical warfare service, said in his annual
report that the chemical oranch of the
service would be developed to the
point "where it would be, impossible
f oi any nation to go further" or do
much toward deterring' other nations
forcing hostilities against the t United
WINNERS IN THE CORN CONTEST
The five-acre corn contest conduct
ed in the -county this year for the pur purpose
pose purpose of arousing more interest and
effort in producing larger yields of
corn has worked out fairly satisfac satisfactorily.
torily. satisfactorily. Four farmers,, of the twenty
that entered the contest, finished with
the following results:
W. M.-Gi sty yield 206 blushels, cost
314 cents, first prize, $100.
W. A. 'Harrison, Anthony, yield
149.13 bushels, cost 24.3 cents, second
prize, $75. !r:.
E. C. Beuchler, Anthony, yield
120.32 bushels, cost 42.6 cents, third
J. C. Johnson, Ocala, yield 97.6
bushels, cost 34 cents, fourlh priz6N
The total yield on the 20 acres of
land is 573.05 and, the total cost
$176.89, making an average of ,28.6
bushels per acre at a cost of 30 4-5s.
per bushel. This is a very good show
ing,' in view of the fact that this year
has been exceptionally poor for corn.
The cool .weather of the early spring,
causing poor germination and a-'bad
stand and too much rain during the
early stage of the crop and too little
at the grain-making period have -been.
the principal causes of a decreased
yield throughout the county. It 13
safe to estimate a decrease,' due to
weather conditions alone, of at least
0 per cent. Placing the average yield
of the county-for this year at fifteen
bushels, which is liberal, and compar
ing it with the production on the 20
acres in the contest, it will be 'seen
that the. average yield of the four
farmers 'is nearly 100 per ceni great
er than the average yield of the coun
ty. Therefore, if four farmers can
make an average production of 23
bushels per acre on carying types of
land there' is no reason why this
figure should not be the standard for
the yield of the whole county.. At
any rate, the above figures give defi definite
nite definite information as to what the' eott
of producing corn should be:
The item of cost in these calcula calculations
tions calculations includes preparation of the land,
planting and cultivation, but not har harvesting.
vesting. harvesting. The price of man labor is
figured at 20 cents an hour and horse
labor at 15 cents an hour. The prizes -were
offered by the Munroe & Cham Cham-bliss
bliss Cham-bliss National Bank:
It is regretted that more of the en-
Jtrants did not finish the contest, but
the results of the four reports contain
zse ? x i j
suiucient valuation lniormation to
make the contest well w.orth while. AH
those who entered were much iater-
ested in the contest and had it not
been for unfavorable weather and la labor
bor labor conditions the list of reports
would have been much fuller.
Wm. A. Sessoms,
, County Agent.
Advertise In the Star.
Our Specialty Is
YOU SAVE MONEY
Cn your shoe bills by having us re
build your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. .:
, & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store' and Ceng's
. Drug Stere
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comfortable -place for the weary but
equipped to enable ladies who became
slightly mussed up in the crowds to
straighten their hair and renew their
complexions. Jordan & Company
supplied the furniture and J. J. Gerig
contributed the powder puffs, etc.,
with the ammunition therefor; also,
there was a competent maid to help
them. The ladies responsible for this
good work are Mrs. E. C. Bennett,
Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Mrs. II. W. Hen
ry. Mrs. L. J. Knight, Mrs. E. L.
Howell and Mrs. A. C Blowers, who
formed themselves into a committee
and carried the enterprise through in
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THE 5IEBCHANTS MOVE
Do your Christmas shopping when
Uncle Henry Ford is making war
on the Jews, thru his paper, the Dear Dearborn
born Dearborn Independent.
-' Business of buying jimcracks and
hiding them from the ., kiddies until
Christmas is in full blast.
''f ,r-- .. .;
Russia is now where France was in
1793. France was then driving foreign
aim'les off her soil and' her people
wer blindly groping for freedom.
There is so much ; wrong in the
world that it is no wonder that some
people .think there must be a hell to
jMlts. their oppressors jn after they are
dead. V ;'
Jelly from seaweed is being made
in California. 4 On this side of the
. continent we have. eaten some that
. tasted like it was made out of rag rag--
- rag-- weed.
:L l- : ...... -r
In the football game between the
army and navy teams in New York
Saturday 'the navy won by a score of
7 to 0. The army and navy, haye now
eleven victories apiece."
.They are again discussing the mat matter
ter matter of letting American ships pass
thru the Panaam canal free, while
ships of other nations, pay toll. J But
the United States is pledged by sol solemn
emn solemn treaty to do nothing of the sort.
The Marion County Hospital is be becoming
coming becoming quite a nursery. They have
eight babies up there, so-healthy that
they' are kicking and- crowing all the
time. 'The hospital seldom loses a
baby, and helping the tots over the
' ifirst'few" yards of life's highway is
one of Its best works. T
The tourist camping ground insti instituted
tuted instituted here about a year ago has done
a lot of good, but is suffering some somewhat'
what' somewhat' from wear and tear. It also
threatens to become too small. A Star
reporter visited it C yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon and found eight families quite
comfortably fixed in their tents, re reinforced
inforced reinforced by their autoes. They seemed
to be enjoying life. The campground
has a good location and is well shaded
with fine old trees. But the ground,
except near the tents, is so littered
with refuse as to make it look dis
reputable. The street department
should clean it off at least two or
three days in the week ; and : if it
doesn't the campground will prove a
bad instead of a good advertisement
for the town. There should be at least
one street light swung in the center
of the camp. At present, the only
lighting is from the lamps over, the
streets in the vicinity and in the tents,
and people can't see their way about
at night. Also, there is only one
disreputable looking toilet on the
grounds, the compartments for men
and women side by side and in full
view of the whole camp. This is en
tirely too flaring for civilized people.
We are accustomed to seeing more
modesty in some places where really
cultivated ladies seldom go. A new
closet should be Juilt at a distance
from the old one and reserved for
women, leaving the old one for men,
and -both should have some sort of a
screen, around. them. It would hot cost
much to' make these improvements,
and the city should have the matter
attended to, unless it cares nothing for"
the derogatory remarks that may be
made about Ocala all over the north
next summer. ';;
A pretty young married, lady now
in the city has distinguished herself
by a very 'successful rebellion against
Dame Fashion. She had a handsome
head 'of hair, which she deliberately
bobbed, so5 as to make it impossible to
buildl those New Guinea rolls over the
ears. Her looks are all to the good.
Judging by the maneuvers of Jthe
members of our sporting element, the
. Unborn 'variety has in the past few
weeks moved from the center of town
to 'a house on Magnolia street a few
score yards this side of the Seaboard
railway." They had a stopping place
. for awhile about a third of the wy
down, but were routed out. The high highbrow
brow highbrow devotes of the goddess of fortune
witir a cold deck, remain, so far as we
know, in "their longtime fortress.
The Seaboard Air Line has put on
fcwor fine trains for the winter traffic,
between New York and St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg via Ocala. These trains consist
of one ordinary passenger car and
'five or si Pullmans each. The south southbound
bound southbound train arrives in Ocala at 1:34
a. m. and leaves at 1:39 a. m. The
northbound is due from St. Petersburg
at 2:55 a. 'm. and leaves at 3 a. m.
There are also changes in the time of
other Seaboard trains, viz:, the south southbound
bound southbound linjited now arrives from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville at 3:50 p. m., and the north-
' bound at 4:1(5 p. m., each leaving a
minute later.' The Seajboard is doing
a heavy and constantly increasing
business this" season. '. -'
The rest room at the fair grounds
was one of the finest features of the
f institution, and was a great help to
the women, especially mothers with
babies who could leave their kiddies
la ".charge, of '-the well trained nurse
and then' go with easy conscience to
look at the fair. It was not only a
Have your mirrors re-silvered. All
vork called for, delivered and guar-
anteed. Ocala Mirror and Plating
Works, Ypnge block. Fort. King
avfenue, phone 504. 9-tf
LARGE LUE GIM GONG
Will Deliver and Plant for
. y : The Large' Trees.
WARTMANN NURSERY CO.
! Ocala, Fla.
The Kind to
' trusted his
II Barney; Tresis Them
DAVIES, The Tire Man
(Sti Louis Post-Dispatch)
A sound plan has been proposed by
St. Louis business men for reinvig reinvig-Oiating
Oiating reinvig-Oiating American industry. The plan
is simply this hat Mr. American
Merchant get back his herve go into
the market, place his orders, for his
spring goods, and do it now.
Has the American merchant lost his
nerve? li it; was a Da nicer who saia
this, or a lawyer, or doctor, or editor,
the merchant might resent it,- But it
happens to- be a St. Louis merchant
vho said it, the head of one of the big
mercantile organizations of the coun
try. The remedy suggested js of his
own prescribing. He is taking his
own medicine. ; He earnestly recom recommends
mends recommends that all other merchants do
likewise. Indeed, he acknowledges
that the efficacy' of his plan depends
upon its general adoption. It must
be a nation-wide movement.
As this merchant diagnoses it, the
present situation is largely the, result
of timidity of merchants. They are
hesitating to buy now. ; They believe
that by waiting till the last minute
they can buy t cheaper. Meantime, the
absence of orders which ought to be
placed now, is poisoning the entire in industrial
dustrial industrial system. The -shelves of jolA
bers are groaning with goods that
ought to be in transit, or at least sold.
The timidity of the merchants has in infected
fected infected the, jobbers,' who are also post postponing
poning postponing their orders. The consequence
is that, the manufacturers in many
lines have nothing to work on and are
running their plants on reduced time,
with reduced 'force, or, in some in instances,
stances, instances, closing down altogether.
. Fear, the. genesis of panic, is on the
job. What is needed is courage, mar marshaled
shaled marshaled by judgment. Courage and
judgment are indispensable attributes
of business success, yet for several
abnormal years the American business
man has not had to exercise-either of
those attributes very much. Little
acumen has been required, to do busi business,
ness, business, with prices steadily rising and
in the" face of assured demand. That
time is gone. The American business
man has got to take off his coat now
and get right down to it. Discretion,
foresight, vigilance, management and
nerve those constituted his equip equipment
ment equipment by which. he won his success, and
those qualities must be, drafted back
into service now. :
- Or course, the merchant must have
the support of the banker In' his legi
timate -enterprise. That goes without
saying. Happily, with our present
banking system, the banker can stand
behind the : merchant. Our modern
financial' machinery enables him to
do so. rThe spectacle of solvent busi business
ness business houses crashing down into insol insolvency
vency insolvency belongs to the archaic past
i It is the American merchant's move.
As soon as he moves, with a quick,
confident stride, the effect will be
magical. Immediately the jobber will
get Into motion, and his appearance
in the market means that the manu manu-factureir
factureir manu-factureir will be stimulated, and in
prosperous sequence labor will be em employed
ployed employed on full time and good wages,
which' money will find its way into
the merchant's till.
There is no serious defect in Amer American
ican American industry! -We have had bounti bountiful
ful bountiful crops. We have more money than
ever before, more people, greater pro productive,
ductive, productive, capacity, greater needs to be
supplied. The present pause is large largely
ly largely psychological. But the people are
not going to stop eating food, wear wearing
ing wearing 'clothes, getting married and ; re replenishing
plenishing replenishing the earth..
The'American merchant should kick
his blueeviTs out the door, adminis administering
tering administering a particularly1 well-placed kick
to the black Imp of fear, and begin
betting on the United States.
B s H
" j ... H
H appeals to the merchant who fi
F requires light delivery service S
3 because he 'knows' from the, S
j experience of others that he g
j V can depend upon it for faithful
3 daily service, at a fixed low v g
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3 AUTO SALES' CO., :
3 Mack Taylor i v H
Ocala, Ha., Phone 348 1
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ROYAL ARCH BIASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
" H. S.';Wesson," Hr P.
' Jake Brown, Secretary, ;
ORDER OF EASTERN STAB
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.11' E
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan. Cook, Secretary.
Celery and cranberries. Cook's
Market and Grocery, phone 243. 17-tf
Always ask your grocer for Federal
Bread, and insist upon getting it.
YouH always find it fresh and crisp.
Abruzzi seed rye, ?4 per bushel.
Rnst proof seed oats $1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed" Store. 22-tf
Seafood, always to be had fresh at
City FISH Market, 9 Ft. King Ave. tf
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner w
the state for 75c. Eat and drink -a&
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. t
2:S0 p. in. 17-tf ;
For your Automobile
Have your Gars and Trucks
Cleaned; Greased and Oiled
GARAGE ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
: Ocala, Florida
Bullet nad an eye for business buil
I'll mill i i nyiW
"" ( FOR. THE LOVE OF ". -V 'W '"'- J
I LUKE. .HERE'S A, O 1 j
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OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1924
NOTES AND COMMENTS
; (Contributed) ; v
There in hope for any man so long
as his dog does not cut his acquaintance.
. Folks tfho dejight in taking; the joy
out of living for others are usually
not able to add any to their own.
When come people promise you to
do something it means they are plan planning
ning planning to do just the opposite. y
. There's a man in our town who' has,
more faith than any. ten persons we
ever heard of. He ldst his umbrella
advertised for it and got it.
Our twin brother, says the reason
soie men never., marry is because
they spend all their life courting
1. 1 ....
There are scads of jay walkers in
our town. All we have to say is
vhen they turn up in the hospital they
should receive poultices but not sym sympathy.
pathy. sympathy. .v. :' 'r-
We know a woman who never tires
of makinc her next Hnr niohVmr
green with envy when she gets a new
..dress or hat, because her next 'door
neighbor is dead.
Nearly every woman suffers from
ccms on her feet to the extent that
sometimes they can't use use them.
But we never heard of a woman's
tongue getting corns so she couldn't
use it. Have you?
Our oldest inhabitant says a large
proportion of our trouble is caused by
too, much bone in the head and not
enough in the back.
We were asked the otber day why
we kept our name out of the "Wiio's
,Who." Well, to satisfy curiosity, that
be ok gives the ages of each person,
and would include ours, were we to
m m m :-.:'
.. Isn't it funny to observe how the
V'ee men keep their mouths closed,
while the little gink that hasn't the
sense of a kitten does the talking. ;
Two' ladies were motoring recently.
When away out on one of the so so-called
called so-called "good roads," they had bad
luck, a tire punctured. Hours drug
their weary length along before A a
greasy mechanic in overalls came to
their rescue. Speaking of it later,
one of the party remarked, "That man
looked like an angel from heaven,"
and we guess he did. v
' Surely a eiri designed the 1921 auto
license tags 'cause they are chocolate
colored with white figures. Now when
ever one hears a "chocolate drop" it
will be time to slow down and go back
a few miles.
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There's a lot of dope going through
the presses about "be kind to the liv
ing, they cant read their, tombstones
When dead," : Perhaps not, and then
again maybe they can read them and
A California woman places herself
in authority to announce that "mill "millions
ions "millions of children's minds have been
wrecked by such fairy stories as Cin Cinderella
derella Cinderella and Jack and the Bean Stalk."
Maybe so. We don't pose as knowing
anything about that, but we do know
that thousands of men's fortunes have
been, wrecked by fairy stories relating
Old fashioned people seem to think
that a fellow can have a soul without
money. Maybe they uster could, but
now it can't be did. ..The young people
of today know better. A soul is a
very expensive thing to keep, 'cause it
eats music and pictureswand books and
mountains and lakes and beautiful
things to wear and nice people to be
with." And in Ocala you can have all
those things without money and lots
of it at that. That's why some souls
are so horribly starved.
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There's a minister in our town who
sometimes tears down work in a min minute
ute minute which, has taken him months to
build up. In a sermon recently he
said, that "into .the 'New Jerusalem
there will be nothing admitted that
makes a lie." If -that is the case we
know a lot of people who had better
get what little fun they can out of life
,. :fC'l?Tw -A"
In a certain family in "Ocala there
is a sweet little girl visiting from
New York who is two and a half years
old. Her relatives worship her and
are always telling of her' cute tricks
and sayings. She calls her parents
"daddy" and "mama," and' is being
taught to say "father" and "mother"
to her grandparents. A few after
noons ago, the "mother" heard a soft
rap at her bedroom door, but kept very
quiet. In a moment the rap was re re-petted,
petted, re-petted, with the same result. In an another
other another moment the small voice spoke
out,1 "Mother, if you-don't open the
door IH call you grandma."
Many of the ladies of our town say
they cannot get any joy out of gard gardening
ening gardening on account of neighborly chick chickens
ens chickens running at large. Until the ladies
risq in their strength against such
nuisances, they cannot nope for relief.
A, few -arrests and a fine or two will
line tne skuiis oi some people witn a
little brains. Ip. a neighboring 'city a
fine of $10 and costs is the penalty for
allowing chickens to run at' large.
Your rights are equal with those of
men, ladle's; go to it; i
It's a pity but it's true tbt the av average
erage average child of today is sadly spoiled.
Children are so accustomed to being
allowed to do just as they please, that
they are hard to satisfy, and are air
ways .wanting something more than
they have. One afternoon, during the
recent fair, we were quite amused
while in the grandstand a the antics
of a small girlie just past six. She
had een provided with ; peanuts and
p a cocaola ,boji,lea playing.rtele
3cope at her daddy. But she wasn't
satisfied. She wanted to buy some-
il. 1 tt
i ning every iime ine Dutcner ap
peared; candyballoons, and every
thing else. Ori the, way out' to the
auto she suddenly decided there was
something else shewanted to do, but
the father refused, and a scream of
protest was; the result,; with vigorous
kicking of her fond parent on the
shins. That is about as much appre
ciation as ihe average child of today
shows for the-good things of life; that
are provided. A father leaves his
bu3ness and spends time and money
to entertain his children- and gets
kicked on the shins as thanks and as
a mark of, appreciation of the trouble
to which he "submitted himself in be behalf
half behalf of his offspring. And whose" fault
Burbank, Nov. 29. Mrs. Enfma
Upchurch and little son of Savannah,
Ga., are visiting Mrs. Sarah Tour Tour-tellot.
Mr. Orace Hill has returned after a
visit with relatives in Tampa.
. Mr. McNeal of Fort Worth, Texas,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
Graham the" past -week.
Messrs. George and Joe Watson of
Minneapolis, Minn., came to Burbank
this week and expect to spend the the-winter,
winter, the-winter, here.
Mr. jC M. Baker of Palatka spent
Thanksgiving at his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bogue and
family spent Thanksgiving in Palatka
with their daughter, Mrs. John Tilgh Tilgh-man.
man. Tilgh-man. They went from ther to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville onFriday, to attend the state
fair. '-" -'. C'
Mrs. Sam Messick of Palatka visit visited
ed visited Mrs. I. H. Warner the past week week-Mr
Mr week-Mr J and Mrs. M. P. L. Graham, Mrs.
Hazel Burkholdet and son, "were the
guests of Mr. and ". Mrs. XL C. Dun Dun-pick
pick Dun-pick Thanksgiving day.
Miss Ruth Chaffee of DeLand spent
the week-end with Mrs. H. I. Turner.
t Mr. George Dyke of Palatka is
fvisiting Mr.4 W. J. Teuton.
y; A" large number of Burbankers at attended
tended attended the Marion County Fair at
Ocala the past" week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. LaLonde- of
Montreal, Canada, have decided to lo locate
cate locate here and have 'purchased several
town lots. J
Mr. and;. Mrs. Paulo ; of Detroit,
Mich., are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Parks. ;
Mr. George Taylor visited Anthony
the past .week and purchased a nice
J. H. SPENCER
We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same. :
i GOODYEAR AND U.S. TIRES AND TUBES
Exclusive Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 IIo. GBsrsBfee
. An Up-to-Date Battery Serrice Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service.
GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.
SPMCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.
.Ojjs Dim vision, arising from
a numDer causes, gen-
erally yields immediately
3p se. to the influence of skil skil-V.w
V.w skil-V.w fuUy fitted glasses.
dr. k. j. wErmi
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist ,'
CITY TAX NOTICE
City taxes and licenses due, 1
A discount of 2 per cent allowed on
city taxes if paid in November. The
tax rate slightly, reduced.
4-tf City- Tax Collector.
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Apalachicola oysters every day.
Cook's, Market and: Grocery, phone
243, North Main street. 17-tf
Buicks at a Bargain
1919 seven-passenger, five
(three! cords) $1550. ; ;
1919 ,five-passenger, newly painted,
two bumpers, five tires, $1300.
1919 five-passepger, two bumpers,
five tires (three cords), $1100.
. 1918 roadster, newly painted, new
top, five tires, $1200.
These Cars air carry a 90-day me
chanical guarantee. Cash. or part
terms to responsible parties."'
SPENCER-PEDRICK 3I0TOR CO.,
29-tf i Buick Dealers. Ocala, Fla.
"Advertising builds busme&i.
-The Book Shon Annex will open
December 1st with a fine line of toys.
PYLES a PERKINS
Funeral Directors & Enbalniers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses.. Grey Hearse for White
People Only. t
Phones 555 and 225." Open All Night.
OCALA. FLORIDA .V.
Insist upon having Federal Bread.
It's the best. 23-t
r NEEDHAM ..." 5
l General Repairing, X
. Storage, Gasoline, Oils and Grease. 2
I We use genuine Ford Parts. Cars washed, $1.00 5
I AGENTS, FOR f I
: S C R IP P S -BOOTH S I X
5 Phone 252 ? : Ccr. 6&laivana 2nd Oranoe
Used Cars for Sale
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TED OUT WITH A RUSH THIS MORNING
Oiir patrons who have made purchases today were
astonished it; ;lthe vbnderful values offered in
sistin of all-wool Tricotine. Wool Jersey! Satin and Georgette. No two
djesses' alike. Hih grade, dependable; merchandise made to sell up to
bp.uu, xnrougn a iortunate purcnase, tnese go ai
None will be charged
iVone sent on approval
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Watch for further an an-nouncemgnts
nouncemgnts an-nouncemgnts on our
sale, or COATS and
IR M M
"The Fashion Center"
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.us f1:-.us SIS
S f 5
If you hare any
phone to five-one
? Dave Woodrow has again become
the friend of the barbers.
Mrs. E. T. Brown of Belleview was
visitor, in the city today.
i Mr. 4 P. G. Murphy has returned
home from a business trip to Tampa.
Mr, Frank Ilaviland of Belleview
was a business visitor n the city this
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
shrimp, etc.; at City FISH Market,
No. 9 Fort King' avenue. 27-tf
Mrs. H. G. Reynolds f Lynne spent
this morning in town visiting friends
and shopping. v M
Mrs. J, D, Price and Mrs
Smith of Mcintosh were
twn today. ; i
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store 22-tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Taylor returned
'this afternoon from a few days visit
to Daytona Beach. V
Mr. and Mrs. E.
Nashville, are new arrivals in
city with an eye to locating here
Judge W, S. Bullock is confined to
his bed on account of illness, but it is
hoped he will be out again in a few
days. f:V' v'' .' :; 1
FVd.ml-.lway, ask for. Federal iffcl;
you want the best bread to be had. 6t
Judge Smith has issued marriage
license, to Mr. E. L. Hall and Miss
Mary E. Fletcher, the former of Oak
; and the latter of Orange Heights.
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, Miss Clara Ricketson, formerly of
Ocala but now of Bushnell, has re returned
turned returned to her home after spending
Thanksgiving with friends here.
Miss Clara Ricketson,. formerly of
Ocala but now of Bushnell, after
spending Thanksgiving with frieritis
here, returned to her home Monday.
- m in whip' hi i .. i n
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
"gbting for QUALITY not prices, tf
, Miss Mamie Smedley, one of the
t sixth grade teachers, Teturned- Sun Sunday
day Sunday from several days visit to friends
and relatives in Leesburg and .Tampa.
Mr. P JTheus, who spent fair
week in the city with his family, left
.the first of the week for the southern
part of the state to, call on his cus customers.
tomers. customers. W : "" ;'"
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier Jacksonville
returned to her home this afternoon
after ten days "pleasantly spent in the
city at the home of her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. Richardson.
S When you buy fish, from us they are
; dressed ready for cooking. Oysters
' and shrimp. City FISH Market, .No.
9 Fort Kine avenue. 27-tf
; Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Lindner, nurse
and baby left this afternoon for Sa-
vannah, where the former goes espe
cially to attend the convention of Sea-
hoard Air Line surgeons. h-
Mr. Victor M. Upham left last Sat
urday afternoon for his home in
Brooklyn, N. Y., after a pelasant visit
in the city as a. guest at the home of
his uncle, Mr. L. M. Murray, and fam
ily..-: "v- v'.-r:
Mr. EI E. Converse, our long-time
citizen, who -has snentmost of bis
time the last four years in Jackson
ville, is with us again to stay, he
says, and; we hope he won't change his
.mind. -: v .-'..'.'V--:.
W. K.-Lane, Physician and
Sureeoil, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. ; I
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle and sister
were guests of relatives in Jackson
ville during the Thanksgiving holi
days. They attended the fair and
had the additional pleasure of hearing
Judge Smith made four souls happy
and four .hearts beat as two Sunday: j
Miss Bernice Glyn Wcoside to Mr. j
Holly W. Purvis, both of Dunnellon,
and Miss Gertrude Parker of Ocala" to j
Mr. David Jerome Johns of Hernando.
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After a delightful Visit in Greens-;
boro, N. with her parents Mrs, E.j
S Hall will return home Saturday ant;
will be accompanied by "her sister,'!
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Miss Nellie liain 01 ureensoortv wno
will be her guest for some time. They
wilt met in Jacksonville by Mr. Hall
and Mr. Whitfield Palmer, who will
motor to that city in the latter's car
to accompany them home Saturday.
Mr. S. C. Peacock, president of the
Florida Epworth League, was in
Ocala yesterday on league, business!
Mr. Peacock was enroute to his duties
at the University of "Florida, after
spending Thanksgiving with friends
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
Mrs. R. L. Martin is enjoying a
visit in Jacksonville with her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. II. B. Potter. Mrs.; Martin
attended the state fair and commends
it highly, and she also heard Billy
Sunday several times, enjoying his
sermons very much.
Mrs B. B4 Barco after a brief visit
in-: the city, a guest at the home of
her sister, Mrs. L. JKnight, left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for, her home at Ozona. Mrs
Barco's stay in the city was cut short
on account of business matters aris arising
ing arising at her home that necessitated her
Miss Catherine Henry, who is at attending
tending attending the Martha Washington Sem Seminary
inary Seminary St Washington, D. C, is expect expected
ed expected to arrive in the city about the 18th
to spend ,her holidays at home with
her parents. Dr. and Mrs.'H. W. Hen Henry
ry Henry and daughter, Miss Eloise Henry.
Miss Henry will be accompanied by
one of her schoolmates.
The following out of town shoppers
were noted on" the streets yesterday:
Mrs. II. G. Shealy of Sparr. Mrs. L. S.
Pruitt of Stanton. Mrs. H. H. Reed of
Stanton, Mrs. G. M.. Shealy of Red Red-dick,
dick, Red-dick, Mrs. Otto Young of Shady, Mrs.
George Smith and Mrs. J. O. Myers of
Martel, Mrs. William Lewis of Sum-
-merfield and Mrs. M. F. Adams of
t i t
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ai grmoka&mm of SO pro tact ad by
C&meisi taoitturm proof wiappor.
Jjaoia rovsidAlR-TIQllT tia of 20.
OCALA EVENING STAB,
And it's time you. were beginning to
hink of the presents you intend giv giv-ng
ng giv-ng on that joydus occasion.
Our line of Jewelry consists of eve everything
rything everything from a small inexpensive
Stick Pin to a Gold Watch or a Dia Diamond
mond Diamond Ring. Many new novelties to
select from, if you call early.
J; Charles Smith
The Jeweler & .Watchmaker
West Side Courthouse Square
C. Cecil Bryant:
Acconnflsg and Anditing
: phone 332 :
Get the habit of reading the ads.
TO TALK to
HE'D POUNDED his kef.
CALLING "MARS. Hello, Mars.
UNTIL HIS right biceps.
WAS THE Tillage pride.
HE HARDLY dared to sleep.
LEST HE miss .the call.
AND SAYI One evening.
HE GOT aa
"YEP, THIS la
AND STUTTERED back in Morse.
-HAVE YOU any word. V
FOR US oa Eartar
"YOU CAN tell
THEY SATISFY!" Then silence.
AND SHOUTED in triumph.
I '"A MESSAGE
YOU CAN teU
BUT THE village elders.
MERELY SNORTED "Shucks.
KNOWN THAT for years.-
WHO'D BEEN kidding' Hiram.
THREW AWAY his butt
AND LAUGHED himself to sleep.
TUESDAY,' NOVEMBER 30, 1920
Have your mirrors re-silvered. All
work called for, delivered and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ocala Mirror and Plating
Works, Yonge block, Fort King
Venue, phone 504. 9-tf
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careial estimates made on all con contract
tract contract -work. Gives more and better
work fi r the money than any other
contractor in the city.
WM. A TINSMAN
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free
Phone No. 526, 215 W. 5th St., Ocala
n ft ii. t,
Dca'f take purgatives for Con Constipation
stipation Constipation they act barshly
t2aey overs trala the delicate
membrane anH leave tbe
Bowels In a worse condition
thsn before. If
wlta Con Constipation,
stipation, Constipation, SlckCead SlckCead-ache,
ache, SlckCead-ache, In Indigestion,
digestion, Indigestion, SourStom-
ach, Dizziness. Ulllonsness,
IVervoasness, or loss ol Appetite-Don
' hemltato-Get a botilo
el CAHTEIt'S LITTLE LIVER
TILLS lake one alter each
meal and one at bedtime. A
few days" treatment will put
Stomach, fiver and Botvela In
Ccaalac mat bear Igaatare Y-'f
SinsO rm- Soaa Dose Small Price
shook all over.
to the corner store.
the world. ; ;
in the army camp.
body enough to "satisfy" even a cigar
emoker, Chesterfields are mild enough to suit
even the most finicky cigarette smoker. That's
some combination! and this unique blend can't
be copied. f'; r -5
- Sec Mc ':;,'-'.
I For all Classes ol
: Stone, Brick, Wood
I and Concrete
I J. D. McCaMdl
PhonelS. 723 Wenoaa St ;5
FOR TORPID LIVER
Tessessse lABbertaan .Tal&s cf 1H3
Sscceuftil Vtt cf Black-Drasgli
for CcHj nd KeadacLeiv
Jamestown, Tenn. MI hara nseS
Thedford's Black-Draught fdr years, In
fact It la the onl7 lirer medicine that
does me any good," says Mr.Mi. A.
Sagan, a -well-known lumberman of
thl3 place. "When I was single, I used
it for headaches, and especially If I
get a cold and feel feverish, I 'take -a
good dose of Black-Draught, and it
sets me right.
"Since I tare heen married, I hare
used it in my family, and never have
found its equal. for torpid liver or dis disarranged
arranged disarranged stomach, especially with
children. I can recommend Black Black-Draught,
Draught, Black-Draught, and gladly do so."
Every member of tbs family occa occasionally
sionally occasionally needs the assistance that
Clack-Draught can give, In helping to
cleanse the system and relieve qr pre prevent
vent prevent i the troubles .that come from a
lazy, torpid liver.
If your liver Is not doing- Its duty,
you may differ wtlx. headache, consti constipation,
pation, constipation, biliousness, indigestion, etc
Unless relief Is obtained,' serious sick sickness
ness sickness may result In its long and suc successful
cessful successful use, Thedford's Black-Draught
has been found in thousands of cases
to relieve such disorders, by stimulat stimulating
ing stimulating the liver to do its Important wori.
Ask for Thedford's Black-Draught,
and insist or the genuine. NC-137
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fields -satisfy," and yet they're mild, vita
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, 10
SALE, FOR RENT AND SI31 SI31-ILAR
ILAR SI31-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, on tiinf
23c; three times, 50c.; six times, 75c;
one month, $3. Payable in advance;
FOR SALE My home and piano. L,
A. Gabel. "29-St.
POSITION WANTED Experience I
young lady desires position as sales saleslady
lady saleslady or ofSce" assistant. Phone 21'
: or caH at 229 N. Daugherty street,
;' city. '- ;' :
LAKE WEIR Two completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottages for sale at.: W00J-.
mar, Eastlake; running water, balh
room, toilet, acetylene gas, two bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms in each House. For prices and
particulars, apply to D. S.. Wood-
, row, Box 581, Ocala, Flu. :-tf
FOR SALE One team of mu'es, log
' cart and harness; will be sold cheap
for cash; all equipped for hauling.
' Address T. S. .'Mathews, Orange
Lake, Fla. '.' 29-Ct
HOUSEHOLD Goods for
L. A. Gael. phone. 302.
CHERO-COLA WOOD YARD We srs
"prepared to furnish oak or- pine
wood for either stove, or fireplace
on short notice. We" deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give xrs a
trial order. Chero'-Cola Woodyard,
SEEDS New spring seed- catalogue
will soon be ready for distribution;
send name at once so there will be
no delay in receiving your copj
when the book is ready. Kilsrora
Seed CO, Plant City, Fla. 25-Si
WOOD FOR SALE ?1 and 52 loads
of oak and pine wood.. t-Phone 322,
residence. E. Bomolini. 18-18t
FOR RENT My -entire home which
can be used as'two apartments, on
Orange avenue. For further partic particulars
ulars particulars see me or call Mrs. Martha
Williams at the home of Mrs. R. S,
Hall, Fort King avenue,, 19-tf-
FOR SALE 25,000 stalks improved
, Japanese seed cane, at $2 per hun-
' dred. Mayo-Lyles-Cauthen Farm,
' Summerfield. lC-tf
WANTED A good farmer to, farm
on shares Also Would like to plant
ten, fifteen or twenty acres of oat3
on shares. I have good land near
. town. W. D. Carn;; 15-tf
.?A BB AG E 'PLANTSjo teciiid f r &
frost by overhel irriffst'ion. cliar cliar-lcscoa
lcscoa cliar-lcscoa V"al:tfliiiJ,t Early Summer,
Lupton's best Long Island 4seed,
$1.50 per thousand; special, price in
large quantities." J. R. Davis Farms,
Bartow, Fla. f tf
FOR SALE Seed care, $12 per thou thousand;
sand; thousand; two large mules, $450 J for
the pair; one fresh jersey cojv'afid
three weeks old' calf, $75. Apply
to N. W. Harison, Oklawaha, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 19-12t
WOOD Oak and pine, cut to any
length; 'delivered on short notice.
"Phone Mrs. E. I. Howe! 1, Oak.
(phone charges paid.) ) 11-tf
WANTED Something to do to help
pay expenses' while my wife is in
the hospital here. Some experience
in mercantile business." Can f urrsh
references. Would consider perma permanent
nent permanent position. Phone me at JJarioa
County Hospital. W. H. Hender Henderson.
son. Henderson. j 24-St
WANTED A man with a truck to
haul oranges at Eastlake. Steady
jop for a week or en days Call or
phone Eastlake Investment Com Company,
pany, Company, Eastlake, Fla. "24-4t
FOR SALE Half dozen Plymouth
Rock pullets and-one cockerel; not
fancy; $1.50 each. See II. S. -Wesson.
FOR SALE Good milk cow,, just
fresh with heifer calf. C. A. Hol-
loway, 715 Lime street, phone 378,
FOR SALE One pair, gray geldings,
eight years old, good t-addlehorses
and workers. Apply to Walter Nich Nichols,
ols, Nichols, Summerfield, Fla., R. F. D.
PIANO FOR SALE A special bar bargain
gain bargain for. quick, sale. See it at my
. residence," 1100 IL 5th St. or phone
185 G. J. E. Frampton. 30-Ct-
ANTED To superintend a farm,
or rent a forfy-acre farm; or would
cor.siJr r. shust crop. I. W, Wine-.
t gard,, 22 Gertrude 'street. Orlando,
LOST Sun Jay afternoon ifi. union
otittlon, Lidies' tan velour too coat.
Reward to finder
Mrs. Jim Knifaf.
hy anplying to
FOR R E N T Fj. nithed apartment
ELKS, TAKE NOTICp
Services "will be held
the lodge room at 11 o'clock a.
Sunday, December 5th.
39-et C. Y. Miller, E. E.
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