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The Ocala evening star
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OCALA

Weather Forecast: Local rains to tonight;
night; tonight; Saturday generally fair but
slightly fair northwest portion.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1920,
VOL. 26, NO. 68
TO VOTE 0
COLBY WILL BE
BERLIN RULED
WITH BAYONETS
EXPECTING AN
WORK FOR A WAR
STRICKEN WORLD
SAND STORMS
HIDE THE SUii
TREATY TONIGHT
CONFIRMED
NOT APPROVE
EXPLOSIO

N THE

ATKINSON DOES

Uncertainty of the Result, but Odds
Seem to be Against Its
Adoption

(Associated Press)
Washington, March 19 The Senate
expects to reach a vote on the peace
tieaty tonight. Many senators pre
dieted the treaty would fail of the
necessary two-thirds majority, and t
motion to reconsider would be made.
The republicans are hoping some
democrats will support the pact after
recording objections to the majority
reservations.
FARM DEMONSTRATION
TRUCK TOUR TO VISIT OCALA
$150,000 Worth of Pneumatic Tired
, Trucks Will be Here
March 30th
The farm demonstration truck toui
under the auspices of the Jacksonville
Automobile Dealers, Inc., will arrive
in Ocala on March 30th, coming direct
from Gainesville. The motorcade wiL
be composed of as large a display of
pneumatic tired trucks; trailers and
other hauling equipment as has ever
been displayed in any automobile
. show south of New York city.
This unique train of trucks will
spent several days in this section of
Florida on a tour of education. Dem Demonstrations
onstrations Demonstrations will be made in all of the
towns visited. Experts on the various
phases of agricultural work will be
'with the train and will speak at each
stop. Another attraction that is sure
to please is the famous Jenkins Or Or-phan
phan Or-phan Band of Charleston, S. C. This
well known organization wjll sive
concerts at $he various towns visited,
This tour is absolutely for demon demonstration
stration demonstration purposes and has the en endorsement
dorsement endorsement of the United States De Department
partment Department of Agricutlure. No partic particular
ular particular truck or trailer or tire will b
: advertised, nor will any sales be so solicited.
licited. solicited. It is a well known fact that Florida
is making every effort to cinch her
position as the controlling factor of
the citrus and winter vegetable mar market.
ket. market. The Jacksonville automobile,
dealers is the first city organization in
this section to realize that co-opera-
; tlonf with the farmer and grower is a
r.ecessity fi state -industries are to
survive the keen competition in mai
: keting and transportation.
President Earle Williamson of the
Jacksonville Automobile Dealers, Inc.,
Appointed the following as a commit committee
tee committee for the tour: Conrad Mangels,
chairman; C. H. Cawley, E. J. Estes
and Ri O, Riddle. These men will
have charge of the demonstration that
will prove the adaptability of pneu pneumatic
matic pneumatic tired trucks under all farm con-
' ditions.
The following Ocala business men
. will welcome the trucks to Ocala and
have complete charge of arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for local demonstrations: Mayor
R. L. Anderson, L. H. Chazal, secre secre-.
. secre-. tary Board of -Trade; R. 1 S. Rogers,
president Ocala Motor Club, J. to.
Thomas, J. L. Edwards, B. F. Condon,
H. C. Jones, C. E. Simmons and R. R.
Carroll.
' Any one wishing a practical demon demonstrate
strate demonstrate nof their own hauling prob problems
lems problems should see one of these gentle gentlemen:
men: gentlemen: JURY HAS A LONG
DRAWN-OUT JOB
(Associated Press)
Grand Rapids, March 19 The New
berry elections conspiracy jury is stilt
deliberating and owing to the large
number of defendants and1 the various
verdicts possible, the time of a ver
diet is teh subject of speculation.
FORD SEDAN
1919 Ford Sedan with starter. Run
only 1500 miles. Just like new. Bar
gain. AUTO SALES CO., Mack Tay
lor, Ocala, Fla. Phpne 348. 18-tf
Sec Me
t For All Classes Oi
Stone, Brick, Wood,
and Concrete
; Building,
1 J. "D. IcCasMH
I Contractor
I Phone 446. 728 Wenona SL
Ocala
Electric Shoe Shop
We repair your shoes by the
Goodyear Welt System, and
save -you money on your shoe
bills, besides you always wear
shoes that look like new.
We Call for and Retnrn
Slices to Any Part of Town
110 W. Broadway. Phone 143

After Lengthy Deliberation the Sen-
s
ate Committee Pases His
Appointment

(Associated Press) t
Wasihngton, March 19. The nomi nomination
nation nomination of Bainbridge Colby as secre secretary
tary secretary of state, which has been the sub subject
ject subject of extensive hearings by the Sen Senate
ate Senate foreign relations committee, was
favorably reported today without
record vote.
ADMINISTRATION OBEYS
SCRIPTURAL ADMONITION
At Least It Seems to Have Consider Considerable
able Considerable Love for Its Friends'
Enemies
(Associated Press)
Washington, March 19. Strong re remonstrances
monstrances remonstrances have been made by tht;
United States against the ruling of
the allied reparations commission that
the sale, of, certain German property
in neutral countries can be forced U
satisfy the initial German indemnity
payment.
REUNION OF POLAND
WITH THE OCEAN
Warsaw, March 1JK Tossing of a
wedding ring into the ocean marked
ceremonies recently held at Puck, or
Putzig, to celebrate the reuniting of
Poland to the sea, an event of which
all of Poland had dreamed for riany
years. Polish troops in their north -v.ard
march on their own soil, as pro provided
vided provided under the treaty of Versailles,
had reached the coastline of the Bal
tic and begun to make themselves af
r.ome in tne stretcn oi iana, nortn-
west of Danzig. This brought Poland
to salt water again, after an absence
of 148 years.
While Polish ships are to have use
of wharves at Danzig, which is to be a
free port under the League of Na Nations,
tions, Nations, the new republic is desirous of a
port which it may call its very own,
and' it is with this, end in view that
the Polish government has settleu
upon Puck, as it is spelled in Polish,
as a site of the port where in the fu future
ture future Poland may have absolutely free
commercial access to the sea under
jurisdiction of its. own officials.
It was at the seaside near Puck
where formal exercises marking PoT
land's reunion to the sea were cele celebrated
brated celebrated the other day and it was a
great event. Thousands from all over
Poland assembled in holiday attire to
commemorate the historical occur
rence, and also the recovery of Polish
land which went to Prussia after Po Poland's
land's Poland's first dismemberment by the
three conquerors, Prussia, Russia and
Austria, in 1772.
General Haller,- commander-in-chiei
of the Polish army in France during
the great war and under whom thou
sands of Polish-Americans fought,
headed the military expedition which
entered Puck to reclaim in the name
of President Pilsudski, Poland's gate
way to the seven seas. The towns,
and all the villages thereabouts, were
decorated with thousands of flags and
streamers of the Polish national col
ors, in white and scarlet, which wer
flying in these parts for the first time
in a century and a half.
There was a race of the detach detachments
ments detachments of Polish soldiers to actually
reach the coast and to be the first to
dip a Polish flag into the waters oi
the Baltic.
Speaking at the exercises, General
Haller said that from that day hence henceforth
forth henceforth the seas of the world were open
to the Polish sailor and that the
Polish seamen would be quick to
make the best of it. Then, in accord accordance
ance accordance with an old Polish tradition,
General Haller threw a gold ring into
the ocean as a sign that Poland had
been wedded to the sea, this time, he
said, he hoped forever and forever.
Plans for a Polish navy are already
under way.
x HARRINGTON HALL ARRIVALS
O. B. Turner, Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs
J. D. Hay, Erie, Pa.; O. B. Pearson,
Richmond; Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Dale,
St. Jo. Mo.; J. E. Gaul, Tampa;, J. S.
Brail, J. B. Pepper, Atlanta; W. J.
Malcomb, Jerri vho, N. Y.; C. H. An
drew, Nashville; H. C. Halbert. Bir
mingham; C. B. Tale, Tampa; Q. W.
Stuart, Atlanta; Alfred J. Major and
wife, Miss Mary Major, Walter H.
Bridge, St. Petersburg; Ira L. Taylor,
K. W. Norton, L. L. Dent, L. W. Fol
som, Jacksonville; J. H. Ely, H. R.
Rogers, Philadelphia; L. K. Farrai,
Jacksonville; H. C. Ridgway, R. J.
Nelson, Chicago; W. H. Blunt and
wife, Worchester, Mass.; Mrs. C. W.
Robinson, Mrs. J. L. Robinson, Rich
mond; Blanche V. Durbin, Fort Mc
Pherson; Josephine Turney, Fort Mc
Pherson; J. H. Harrel, Savannah; O.
Dagard, Chicago; Raymond Keller,
New York; R. O. Birchly, A. D. Rich Richardson,
ardson, Richardson, Hubert Lamson, W. H. Mason,
Jacksonville.
CALLED MEETING
A congregational meeting of the
mebmers of the -First Presbyterian
church of Ocala is called for Sunda
morning, March 7 28th, 1920, at 11
o'clock to call a pastor if the way be
clear. By order of the session.
tu M. Murray, Clerk.

The Questionnaire for. Presidential
Preference Sent Out by National
Farm Organizations

(Associated Press)
Washington, March ID. T. C. At At-keson,
keson, At-keson, Washington representative of
the National Grange, today announc announced
ed announced his disapproval of the question questionnaire
naire questionnaire for presidential candidates pre prepared
pared prepared by national board farm organi organizations
zations organizations and disclaimed he said "Re "Responsibility
sponsibility "Responsibility for myself and my organ organization."
ization." organization." SENATOR HITCHCOCK
HAS NOTHING TO SAY
In Regard to His Message to Demo Demo-cartic
cartic Demo-cartic Diners at Omaha,
Nebraska
(Associated Pres3)
Washington, March ID. Senator
Hitchcock of Nebraska, has declined
to comment on the published reports
of his telegram to the democratic din dinner
ner dinner at Omaha, announcing his candi candidacy
dacy candidacy for president on the wet ticket.
The telegram said he thought a law lawful
ful lawful way, would be found to permit the
harmless use of light wines and beers.
BURGLARS BLEW UP
MISSISSIPPI BANK
(Associated Press
Hattiesburg, Miss., March 19. The
Collins, Miss., .bank was dynamiteu
and robbed this morning. The amount
of loot taken by the robbers has not
been determined. Bloodhounds are
being used on the trail.
AMERICA GAINING
TRADE IN ARGENTINE
(Associated Press)
Buenos Aires, March 19. Some
British interests here have undertak undertaken
en undertaken a publicity campaign in what has
been referred to as "the great strug struggle"
gle" struggle" between the United States and
Great Britain for the markets o
South America. "Special telegrams"
from London purporting to show that
the United States is losing her South
American markets, or otherwise dis disparaging
paraging disparaging the United States, have been
gratuitously distributed by a British
advertising agency and have beei.
widely published in Angentine news newspapers.
papers. newspapers. One of the telegrams was a criti- J
cism of Herbert Hoover for saying
that the European countries shoula
"work more and ask less of the United
States." The "telegram" made a com comparison
parison comparison between the losses sustainea
by the European allies in the war,
particularly the British dominions, as
compared with those of the United
States and pointed out that the losses
of the European countries had reduced
their productive capacity, whereas the
United States had not suffered at all
economically.
Another of these "special tele telegrams"
grams" telegrams" quoted the president of the
British Board of Trade in London as
saying: "I believe that the United
States is gradually losing the markets
gained when Germany was wiped oh
the seas and while. Britain was fight
ing in the war. Britain is not only
regaining, but is t enlarging her mar
kets in South America and the Orient.
We are replacing Germany in Latin
America and supplanting the United
States in war markets."
The truth of this statement as far
as it concerned Argentina was im
mediately challenged by the River
Plate American, a weekly commercial
magazine, which has published an in interview
terview interview from Dr. Julius Klein, United
States commercial attache.
"Frankly," said Dr. Klein, "I'd like
to know in what lines the British are
enlarging their South American trade
at our expense. The latest available
figures showed anything but a loss,
so far as our business in these mar markets
kets markets is concerned. Perhaps the' presi president
dent president of the Board of Trade is refer refer-ing
ing refer-ing to prospects for 1920, for which,
however, no figure sare as yet avail available,
able, available, so far as I know.
"Speaking in the light of the latest
statistics that we have in hand sta statistics
tistics statistics which showed that we were
selling to Argentina approximately
one-third of all the goods she buys
abroad and from personal observa observation
tion observation 'since then, there has been no in indication
dication indication of losses to American trade.
I have no doubt that we are going to
meet with good strong competition
from the British, but the inclination
of the American exporter seems to be
to say, 'come on; we're ready for it.'
THOSE RAMSEY SIGHS
Nothing has been more noticeable
in Ocala for some time than the at attractive
tractive attractive signs that the Ramsey Com Company
pany Company is making all over town. They
are every one works of art and show
that the company employs only the
best of painters. If you have not yet
consulted the Ramsey Company about
a sign for your window do so at once,
as they will not be in-. Ocala long.
Many of their patrons wait for their
appearance each year to have their
signs renewed. Their prices are most
reasonable, considering the high class
of workmanship they furnish. It

KcIk-Ih Left a Bloody Remembrance
on the City as They
Retreated
Undated (By Associated Press).
Berlin is still under bayonet rule but
Ebert troops patrol the streets. The
revolutionary forces have departed,
but left chaos, as the rear guard turn turned
ed turned against the jeering crowds in the
V nter Den Linden, killing many citi citizens
zens citizens and wounding scores. There was
more bloodshed near the parliament
buildings, while in Charlottenburg ana
ether suburbs clashes between revo revolutionary
lutionary revolutionary troops and citizens resulted
in the loss of life.
Reports from outside Berlin are of
f uch character that a clear view is un unobtainable.
obtainable. unobtainable. While Soviets are said to
have been formed in a number of im im-poitant
poitant im-poitant industrial districts, it does
not appear that the movement is gain gaining
ing gaining any momentum.
Forty or fifty thousand soldiers are
said to have been involved in the revo revolution.
lution. revolution. The leaders will be arrested,
't !: amnesty will be granted to the
thers.

INTEND TO STUDY
AMERICAN IDEAS
(Associated Press;
New York, March 19. Twenty-two
British merchants, representing the
largest department stores of the
United Kingdom, will soon sail from
England for a six weeks' tour of the
United States to study American
methods of retail store management
with a view of establishing its use ii
England. The merchantswho will be
the guests of the National Retail Dry
Goods Association, will visit most of
the principal cities in the country.
Chambers of Commerce throughout
the country, are joining with the na national
tional national association and local merchants'
organization in preparing receptions
for the visitors and giving-them an
opportunity to study American meth methods
ods methods at dose hand. Secretary of Com'
merce Alexander has promised to wel welcome
come welcome the visitors in the name of the
country and pledged the aid of the
department in making their visit a
successful one.
A special car will carry the visitor
vn their tour. The itinerary includes,
stopes at Pittsburg, Dayton, Cincin Cincinnati,
nati, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Toledo, Chicago, St
Louis, Kansas City, the Grand Can Canyon,
yon, Canyon, Los Angeles, the Yosemite Val Valley,
ley, Valley, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle,
Salt Lake City, Colorado Springs,
Denver, Omaha, Milwaukee, Detroit,
Buffalo, Niagara Falls and Boston.
Side trips also will be made to Wash Washington
ington Washington and Baltimore.
BRYAN WILL SPEAK
AT THE BANQUET
New York, March 19. William J.
Bryan arrived today to speak at the
banquet which will be given in his
lienor by the Aldine Club tonight on
the occasion of his sixtieth birthday.
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Berlin a Powder Barrel that May at

Any Moment Set Germany
in a Blaze'
(Associated Press)"
London, March 19. All Germans
except the southern states is rebellious
and Berlin is a barrel of gunpowder
that may be ignited at any time, says
Berlin dispatch to the Exchange
.Telegraph.
WAR RAGING BETWEEN SOL
DIERS ANDWORKMEN
London, March 19. Hundreds wert
illed in the mining districts of Ger
many in collisions between miners and
roops, declared reports received at
Copenhagen by the Central New&.
Telegrams from bigger towns, the
dispatch says, show fisrhtinsr is nro-
ceeding in nearly all the thickly pop-
lated areas where soldiers and work
er? are opposing each other.
SOCIALISTS WANT NOSKE'S
SCALP
Suttgart, March 19. The Ebert
government has decided to proceed to
Berlin Sunday. Majority socialist
eaders have demanded the resigna
tion of Minister of Defense Noske,
who complied but a decision as to ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance of the resignation has not
een made.
PRESBYTERIAN TEA
Yesterday afternoon the Woman's
Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church
gave a most delightful tea at the
hemfc of Mrs. E. A, Osborne, circle No.
2, of which Mrs. Osborne is a mem
ber, assisting. The house, and screen screened
ed screened porch were most attractive, quan quantities
tities quantities of dogwood, freesias and ver-
benia making a veritable garden. Mrs.
Grider Perkins and Mrs. W. W. Con
don received in the hall, Mrs. Osborne
giving every one a cordial welcome in
the living room. Mrs. J. J. Gerig ask-
e'd the guests into the dining room,
where a color scheme of green and red
was used, the table being centered
with -a bowl of red sweet peas and
maidenhair fern. Shamrocks dec decorated
orated decorated the napkins and served as a re
minder of the afternoon. Ice cream
topped with cherries, cake, and coffee
were served by Misses Mea Dozier,
Mildred and Annie Katherine Harwell,
Marion 'Meffert and Annie MacKay,
assisted by little Flora McKay ana
Virginia Peek, arrayed in dainty pink
dresses. v
A musical program arranged by
Mrs. R. G. Blake was given and added
to the pleasure of the afternoon. Mk
George Martin and Miss Annie Mc McKay
Kay McKay played, Miss Ruby Edward
sang and the "ukelele girls," Misses
Ullaine Barnett, Marie Mathews,
Mary Lane, Elizabeth Bennett and
Rhoda Thomas played and sang and
the flower-decked porch was a fit set setting
ting setting for them and their music and was
always a center of attraction.
The Woman's Auxiliary appreciates
the attendance of so many ladies from
the other congregations, thereby help-
mg to make the tea such a pleasure.
The auxiliary is closing one of the
most successful and profitable years
in the history of the church and this
tea given by Mrs. Osborne for circle
No. 2 was in the nature of a celebra
tion.
AN OLD FAVORITE
ON THE STAGE AG UN
(Associated Press) m
'. Cambridge, Eng., March 19. Pur-
cell's opera "The Faery Queen," has
been revived at the New Theater here
with great success, after a lapse ot
more than two centuries.
The first and only performance of
this old English master's work waa
given in 1693. The score was after afterwards
wards afterwards lost, and in 1701 an advertise advertisement
ment advertisement appeared in the London Gazette
offering a reward for its discovery,
but without result. Exactly 200 years
later it was found in a dusty cupboard
at the" Royal Academy of Music
among a bundle of manuscripts be
queathed to that institution.
BATTLE IN BALTIMORE
Baltimore, March 19. Riddled with
bullets and mortally wounded, an un
identified negro was taken from a bar
ricaded house today after a three-hour
battle in which two policemen were
wounded and another negro, mistaken
for the man wanted was shot by a
policeman and beaten by the mob. The
negro defied arrest for engaging in a
st fight in the theatrical district. The
police chopped holes, in the house and
emptied shotguns into the negro.
NO FLU IN BRAZIL
Rio de Janeiro, March 19. Thus far
Brazil has been immune from the epi epidemic
demic epidemic of influenza, that visited North
America. Health authorities declare
there is no case of the disease in this
city now but they are making pre preparations
parations preparations to cope with it should it ap appear.
pear. appear. Rigid quarantine is being main maintained
tained maintained against ships coming from in infected
fected infected ports and several trans-Atlantic
liners having influenza cases
aboard have been quarantined. School
buildings are being transformed into
hospitals where patients will be iso isolated
lated isolated and every effort will be made to
stamp put the disease in Its beginning.

Without a Definite Program Any Any-where,
where, Any-where, People Everywhere Are
Demanding a Change
in Conditions

Article XL
By FRANK COMERFORD.
Radicalism In Europe Is rampant.
The workers are active, the middle
class sympathetic. The Industrial
centers are hotbeds. The conservatism
of the farmers and peasants Is break breaking
ing breaking down. It is hard to define this
radicalism if la without jform. It
Isn't a definite program. It Isn't even
political. The people are dissatisfied.
The red flagjs popular. It promises
a short cut. It answers the cry of the
Impatient. I was surprised to see
many of the very men who fought so
gallantly under their country's flag
and who but yesterday would have
torn the red flag from th flagpole,
now defending It, carrying it "and fol following
lowing following It. I am sure they do not know
what the red flag stands for. To them
It .represents a .protest against things
as they are. Summed up In a word,
the attitude of mind of the workers
of Europe is eagerness for a change
some change any change. Every
one knows the symptoms, understands
what Is wrong, but the remedy Is only
vaguely discussed.
I attach much significance to the
new attitude of organized labor In
Europe. Labor unions formerly con concerned
cerned concerned themselves with wages, .terms
of employment, shop conditions, safety
appliances, recognition of their right
of collective bargaining. Since the
war the labor movement has taken up
questions entirely outside of Its field,
questions properly the concern of all
the people, questions of government
policy. I have In mind recent de demands
mands demands made by the working men in
England. France and Italy. These de demands
mands demands were addressed to the regularly
and properly elected- .representatives
, of the people,, the governments. They
were accompanied by threats of gen general
eral general strikes If they were not acceded
to. This step Is an Innovation ; It Is
revolutionary.
The working men are citizens and
have a voice In the "government equal
with all other citizens.. After the peo people
ple people have selected their representatives,
the men chosen should be responsible
to all of the people without regard to
class or station. A government by one
portion of the people Is autocratic.
Government of the people, for the peo
pie, and by the people, means all of
the people. The effort on the part
of a minority In the labor movement,
who challenglngly call themselves so socialists,
cialists, socialists, to dictate to the state, repre representing
senting representing all of the people. Is an attack
upon democracy. If successful It
would destroy the state and leave the
great majority of the people, Including
the workers,- less free than they are
now. What sane man, whether he Is
a working man or not. Is In favor of
minority government?
Demands Hard to Understand.
I witnessed many demonstrations In
Europe, under the red flag, In.whlch
the leaders demanded' three things
from the government. r
First, they demanded the release of
all the men In Jail who were held for
political crimes. These Included men
found guilty of sedition and treason
during the war, I cannot understand
this demand. Why should men be re released
leased released from Jail who sought to stab
In the. back the men who went to the
trenches to fight and die for freedom?
I should much prefer to see all of the
burglars released. If I am compelled
to choose between' the traitor and the
bnrglar, I will have no trouble In mak making
ing making ray deci8lin.
Second, they demanded that no sol:
diers be sent to Russia. The agitation
on this point was so strong that when
the British government .attempted to
seud soldiers to Russia last summer
(1919). the soldiers mutinied, and so
far as I am able to learn the feeling
was so strong, the situation so critical,
the government did not dare court court-martial
martial court-martial them.
Third, they demanded that all con conscription
scription conscription laws be abolished.
It Is apparent that these demands,
coming from a mfeiorlty, backed by a
threat, constitute an invasion of the
rights of the people. The question
Isn't whether or not one believes these
things should be done ; the Issue is the
method resorted to. Personally I do
not believe soldiers should be sent to
Russia. In my opinion allied Inter
meddling has been stupid and harmful,
but If these matters of general public
policy are to be decided, all of the
people should have a vote In making
up the verdict.
When you consider this new' atti attitude
tude attitude of labor in conjunction with the
growing popularity of "direct action,"
It Indicates that the labor movement
is losing faith In law and political ac action.
tion. action. I am not saying that their ex experience
perience experience with politics, their betrayal
by men they have supported, the de default
fault default of political parties to carry out
pre-election pledges, may not' be re responsible
sponsible responsible for a, distrust In political
government. I am not denying that
capital has had the ear of government
(Continued on Fourth Page)
Just arrived at the Affleck Milli Millinery
nery Millinery Parlor, a shipment of exclusive,
elegant hats. Ocala House Block, 111
Broadway. 19-2t

VTild Career of Dust Laden Blizzards;
That are Harrowing -the
West

(Associated Press)
Chicago, March 19. Terrific sanri
and dust storms continue in the south southwest
west southwest while a blizzard rages in thu
northwest. Dust clouds hide the sun
in northwest Colorado for many hours
and the Colorado Southern railroad
track is covered so deep trains have
been derailed. There has been gerat
damage to growing wheat in Kansas,
HOKE SMITH IS A JOKESMITH
Senator from Georgia Takes
. Presidential Boom; Sen-
ously
His
(Associated Press)
Washington, March 19. Senator
Hoke Smith of Georgia, has taken
under consideration the boom launch launched
ed launched at Gainesville, Ga., for his nomina nomination
tion nomination bv the democrats for president.
A GIFT TO THE LIBRARY
The Munroe & Chambliss National
Bank has very generously donated to
the Ocala public library 10 volumes of
the Literary Digest and a "History of
the-World's War' a complete history
from June 1914, to November 1919.
THE COURT OF SPAIN
Madrid, Feb. 26, (Correspondence
of the Associated Press.) The royal
house of Spain, despite the democratic
nature of the king and people, alone
among the remaining courts of Eu Europe,,
rope,, Europe,, retains all the old world formal formalities,
ities, formalities, which up to the outbreak of the
war were so rigorously observed in
Vienna, St. Petersburg, Berlin .and to -a
more or less extent in London, Rome
and some of the smaller capitals of
Europe.
This is due to a large extent to the
queen "mother, Maria Christina, who
remains all powerful in court circles
and is a stickler for the observance
of those forms and ceremonies which
marked all occasions at the court of
Austria, where, as a grand duchess,
she learned them.
King Alfonso, after receiving in the
throne room at the palace in tho
morning, may rub shoulders with
jockeys, bookmakers and the general
lun of racegoers at the track in tht,
afternoon, but when he returns to the
palace in the evening he resumes,- as
it were 1 the "crown. It is generally
reported that to him the afternoon,
free from conventionalities, is the
happiest part of his day and that -he
has often expressed a desire when nar narrated
rated narrated by the political troubles of
his. country, which seem never to'set to'set-tle
tle to'set-tle down, to leave it all and take his
family off to some South American re republic
public republic and engage in the breeding oi
horses, of which he is passionately
fond. ' ; - :
The strict formality, of the- court
was observed at the banquet and re reception
ception reception given to the diplomatic corps
a short time ago when for the first
time the representatives of all coun countries
tries countries had been invited to the same
function since the summer of 1914.
The-guests saw a display of jewels,
which probably could not be matched
outside of Asia. Although the diplo diplomats
mats diplomats were the guests of the evening,
the younger members of the roya.
family preceded them and were to
the right and left of Queen Victoria
at the' tables, the ambassadors and
ministers of state coming after them.
Dinner, over, the king and queen
with the royalties and dinner guests
formed in procession down a long re-
ception hall where the foreign repre representatives
sentatives representatives presented the members of
their staffs.
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be justice in the tax on motor vehicles.

Take the heavv loe trucks for in

stance. These vehicles" destroy more I Attorney uenerai swearingen, aiso
roads than do the motor vehicles and I candidate for governor, was in the city

pay no tax whatever. The destruction I yesterday and paid the Star a call.

of roads by these log carts amounts to While opposing air. swearingen pom pom-thousands
thousands pom-thousands of dollars each year. They ioally, we like him personally and are

should be taxed at least $100 per year always glad to meet him. Mr. bwear bwear-and
and bwear-and made to use much wider tires and ingen's visit here was for the purpose
nrr.hihited from usinir hard surfaceu of taking a look at the industrial

I I .... 1

iAa I school, which he rinds in exceueni

order, and on which, he says, the lm

provements voted for by the legisla

ture will soon begin. Mr. Swearingen

f t A- 1

Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Chazal of this 1 12 comment oi nis erection u guvtrr

. j I nor. and the trutn is mat ne nas a

city rcvcivcu icicgiaui isi ocuuigyi ...

11Si'.ftf tti.fforli ftf thAir nPnhow. very wv5 uan.

Maior Fred J. Williams, who was ac-

.MpntAllv; killed in 1 the PhUiDDihesL. FLYING IN HIGH FAVOR

while enpacred in nlavin? nolo.

O M - I .....

Maior Williams graduated from Uomg up in the airplane may truiy

West Point in the class of :191C and be said to be in high favor in Ocala.

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What is the bright little idea of the

city council in allowing the gas com

pany to operate without a franchise?

The German revolution amounted to
a little more than a Hash in the pan.

It did at least manage to v ""bust i
Kapp."
And so Senator Walsh of Massachu

setts wants to be a candidate for the

democratic presidential nomination

He would be an awful hardship on the

party; V".; i:..'r;-; : j

There is food for thought in th
following from v the' Summerfield
Chronicle: "Commissioner of ; AgricuU
tare, McRae wants to tax motor; ve?
hides and gasoline for building good
roads all over the state without tax taxing
ing taxing real and personal property. Motor
vehicles are paying a high tax how.
But if Mr. McRae would include all
kinds of horse vehicles there would

SWEARINGEN IN THE CITY

MAJOR WILLIAMS

was assigned to the coast artillery,

Shortly before America's entrance ii
the war he was transferred to the 15th

Field Artillery with which organiza

tion he went to France. He served in

the Marne on staff work and immed

iately afterward applied for transfer H. G. Reynolds.

to line work. He-was all through the

Areonne and was badly gassed. He

contracted pneumonia and was in

valided home, and on his recovery was

ordered to the Philippines with the

Provisional Field Artillery.

Ma jor Williams was the second son

of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Williams of
Ridge wood, N. J. It is one of the mys mysteries
teries mysteries that after surviving so many

Those who took the air with Major

Keightly yesterday were Mrs. E. T.
Helvenston, Mrs. H. G. Reynolds,

Misses Maude Keeflfe, Margaret M.
Jackson, Lucile Home and Daisy

Keidel, and Messrs. R. T. Stroud and

SENATOR FLETCHER

STAYS IN WASHINGTON

Duties are Too Pressing to Allow Him
to Leave the Capital
at Present

WORDS OF WISE MEN

The heron blames the water
heeouse he cannot swim.
A coward never forgives ; It Is
not his nature. Sterne.
The fur that warms a mon monarch
arch monarch warmed a bear. Pope.
Hedgehogs are not to be kill killed
ed killed with a fisL Portuguese
Proverb.
A third heir seldom enjoys
property dishonestly got.
Hide the outcasts, betray not
him that wandereth. Bible.

France Was Originator of
Terminology Identifying
Parts of a British Army

Washington, March 18. Senator
Fletcher, who made all "his arrange

deadly dangers he should lose bis life ents to leave Washington tomorrow

in a comnarativelv safe snort. He was ? Pn nis campaign at

a gallant and usexui young soiaier, i

and his country sustains a loss in his

death.

The following from the Miami Her

ald shows how careless the people of

a city are about municipal- affairs:

The special election held yesterday

to vdte on 'the proposed bond issue of

,500,000 to purchase the bay from

from Eighth street to Fourteenth
street for park purposes, resulted in

a vote of "293 for the acquisition of
this property" and 128 against.1 One
elector voted both in the affirmative
and negative and his ballot was
thrown out. A total of 422 votes Avas
cast. Considering the enormous

amount of money involved, the vote

was considered light and the rule ap

plying to the lack of interest usually

displayed in bond elections was again

evidenced. A large 'number of busi

ness and' professional ; men-were dis disqualified,
qualified, disqualified, owing to the fact that they
had eithef neglected to register or
were too "late in paying their poll
taxes." :

Live Oak

Saturday, has practically been forced
to again postpone his departure. He
said that he had already postponed
his opening speech twice but tht
League' of Nations matter is in such
shape here now that he will probably
be again required to delay his depar departure.
ture. departure. Whether he goes to Florida now
oi not Senator Fletcher will be re required
quired required to decline the place on the
committee to outline and establish a
merchant marine policy offered, yes yesterday
terday yesterday by the chairman of the com commerce
merce commerce : committee.

A VAST DIFFERENCE

EVERY

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I Corner of Oklawaha and Alain

The Marion County Hospital As Association
sociation Association is considering a plan foi
constructing a home for the nurses
who take instruction at that institu institution,
tion, institution, also a high school course or its
equivalent in a corresponding school

in connection 'with the University of
Florida. These are" first-rate videas

and we. hope will be successfully
worked out. A good many girls begin'

their training as nurses before they
are bid enough to finish their school

ing, and they should be giveri an op opportunity,
portunity, opportunity, to make up for the deficien

cy. -Our little hospital is a wonder wonderfully
fully wonderfully efficient and. beneficial institu institution,
tion, institution, and should have co-operation of
the public in any plan for its improve improvement.
ment. improvement. "' : ' ' :

Well, sir, a funny thing happenea
the other, day. A negro came into the
office and left us some blotters, say saying
ing saying a .man "down ,'to the Seaboard"
gave them to him to distribute. Lo
and behold! v On the blotter was the
picture of Van Cicero Swearingen and
his announcement for governor. Now
do. you reckon that was a democratic
negro? Leesburg Commercial."
Mr, Swearingen says this story
misrepresents him. He says he has
never given any of Axis literature to a
negro, and has never authorized any
cf his friends to do so. 1

ilROiSCHEOULES
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar-r
as teed. :'-
(Eastern. Standard Time)
SEAB0MD AIR LINE RAILROAD
. Leaver--. C-v'. Arrive
2:15am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10am
l:D5pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:C5 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
Tampa-
2:16 am Tamna. 2:15 am

2:15 am Manatee- 3:35 pm

.v.-.--.- St.; Petersburg
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1 :35 pm
4:25 pm Tampa -St. P'tersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLATiTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leave , r : . r : Arri v
2 :12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 3 : 1 5 arr
1:45 pm JTcsonville-Gansville 3:35 pm
6:42 am J'ksonviiie-G'nesvile 10:13 pm
3:18 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pin StJ'et'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
:25 am DureUon-LTcelnd 11:03 pm
3:25 pm I lomosassa 1:30 pm
10:13 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4 :45 pm G ainesville .1 1 :50 am
. Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
. Tucsday, Thursday. Saturday.

If you are a member of the Wood,
men of the World, you should send
fifty cents to Claude Wilkerson, pub publisher
lisher publisher of the Woodmen Voice, Sedalia,
Mo., for his paper, which is the inde independent
pendent independent Woodmen journal that is
showing up the official ring at Omaha.
The; "Sovereign Visitor." the official
organ of the order, is under control of
the officers of the Sovereign Camp,
and is entirely : unreliable. Send a
money 'order for half a dollar to the
Voice, and it will keep you posted on
the fight of the buncoed rank and file
of the Woodmen to regain tneir rights.

Charles Flippen won the medal for

landing the first tarpon for the
Anglers Club, but he isn't much of a
fisherman at that. Anybody ought to
land one fish out of seventeen strikes,
and that many tarpon tackled Char Charlie's
lie's Charlie's line Friday and Friday night.
Fort Lauderdale Herald.
We fear the salt air of the coast has
slightly rusted Charlie's piscatorial
ability. Had he made seventeen
strikes in the Oklawaha, in his usual
form, he would have landed at least
eighteen fish.
Four thousand white electors in Du Duval
val Duval county, have disfranchised them themselves
selves themselves through, failure to pay their
poll taxes, according to 1 the V .Duvai
county democratic executive commiv
tee." Is it any .wonder 4 negroes are
qualifying rthereTampa Tribune.
They have plenty of time yet to
register for, the general election. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps a Jot of them : don't intend to
yote in the primary.,
, Some people want to know what is

he matter with Will Gary for a mem

ber of the legislature. There is noth nothing
ing nothing the matter, only he doesn't want
to run. .His friends should get behind
him and shove him in,

(Associated Press)
Bradford, Eng., March 19. A pro proposal
posal proposal to offer a year's hospitality to
a thousand poor children from central
Europe was rejected by the Bradford
cit ycouncil after heated discussion.
' One- councillor said the proposal
was abominable. "Here in Bradford,"
he exclaimed, "are mothers and fath fatherless
erless fatherless children whose husbands and
fathers have been murdered by the
fathers of the children it is proposed
to bring here."
Another member said there were
many wealthy Germans and Austrians
living in Bradford today, who ought
to provide for these children.
A third member declared with em emphasis
phasis emphasis that they could not forget tht
Lusitania and the bombardment of

English open towns.
'Alderman Conway, who spoke in
support of the proposal, said: "It ap
pears to me that the spirit of Chris Christianity
tianity Christianity has departed from this meet

ings A Britisher is always regarded
as readv to aeree and shake hands

after a fight.

A councillor interjected: "In sport,

yes; not in murder."
SEEDS!

Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chuf as, Pyles and Gist seed

corn; Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf

( H t '. L I III
NOTICE

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth
j Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.

Dorsev :, Holmes, Complainant, vs.

- Lbvey Fort Holmes; Defendant.
Order for Constructive Service.

It is ordered that the Defendant

herein named, to-wit: Lovey Fort
Holmes, be and he is hereby required
td' appear to the bill of complaint

filed m this cause on or before
Monday, the 3rd day of May, 1920.

It' is further ordered that a copy of

this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in the

Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper

published in said county and state.
This 27th dajr of February, 1920.
(Seal Ct. Ct.) P. H. Nugent,

Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,

'-'-'Florida, v;. By Kuth Ervin, D. J.
U W, Duval, 2f27-fri

t. Complainant's Soliictor.

NOTICE

In

the Circuit Court of the Fifth

3 Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and

" for Marion County, in Chancery.

J. B. Kirk, Complainant, vs. William

J H. Shipley, et als., Defendants.
1 Order for Constructive Service.

It is ordered that the defendants
herein named. to-wit: C. Carrie Will

iams and Evelyn St. Clair Williams,

William Shipley and Jenny Francis
Shipley, be and they are hereby re-

quirea to appear to tne diu or com complaint.
plaint. complaint. filed in this cause on or before

Monday, the 3rd day of May, 1920.

It is further ordered that a copy of

this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
This :27th day of February, 1920.
(Seal Ct. Ct.) P. H. Nugent,
Clerk. Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
L. W. Duval, 2-27-fri
Complainant's Soliictor.

The war has added many French
words to current English and Ameri American
can American use, and the number of them con continues
tinues continues a process that goes back to the
Norman French. The word "war" It Itself,
self, Itself, wrote Dr. Henry Bradley, in his
'MakMng of English," is of Norman Norman-French
French Norman-French origin, and so also did a long
list of martial terms originate with the
French, come over Into England, and
became anglicized, among them "bat "battle,"
tle," "battle," '-assault," "siege." "standard,"
"banner." "armor," "lance." "fortress,"
and "tower." From France came orig originally
inally originally the terminology that identifies
the separate parts of a British army,
the "company," "battalion," "regi

ment." "brigade," "division," ana
"corps," as well as the officers, "gen "general,"
eral," "general," "colonel," "major," "captain,"
and "lieutenant." France developed
the art, or, as we might now say, the
machinery of war earlier than the Eng English,
lish, English, hut it Is rather surprising to real real-Ire
Ire real-Ire how many centuries the termin terminology
ology terminology has been in use. The words
passed naturally enough into English,
for during some of those centuries, as
Doctor Bradley also suggests, the re relation
lation relation between the two nations was so
close that English writers "felt them themselves
selves themselves at liberty, to Introduce a French
word whenever they pleased."

Heat Flashes,
Dizzy; Nervous
Aueu5ta, Ga.r "Whf-n I approached
middle life my Isealth vras in very prx-r

rendition. 1 hart
heat n.-Ii, dizzy
i-Plh and ikt-voasws-s,
bfide9
a catarrhal con condition.
dition. condition. 1 was
jut as mrraUe
a- one could be
when 1 decided
I would give
Dr. Pierce's Fa Favorite
vorite Favorite Prescrii Prescrii-tion
tion Prescrii-tion a trial. I
had doctored and
obtained no relief

so had little confidence in anything, but I
found most wonderful relief in the first
bottle of 'Favorite Prescription'. For two
years I took an occasional bottle whenever
I just felt that my condition warranted my
taking a tonic, and it brought me thru the
change in a strong and healthy state. I
well remember that I hadn't a hot flash,
dizzy spell or hemorrhage after my third
bottle of 'Favorite Prescription, and I
would advise women who are taking this
medicine to keep on with it until restored
to perfect health." MRS. ALICE EU EU-BANKS,
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Backache and Nervous
Columbus, Ga.: "For about two years I
suffered and became run-down. I was ner nervous
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up in the morning; my back ached all the
time and so badly that I could not stoop at
all. I also suffered with pains in my side.
I tried many medicines but did not get any
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when I began taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription and by the time I had taken
two bottles I was cured of my ailment and
felt like a new woman. I have never suf suffered
fered suffered since with this trouble. 'Favorite
Prescription is the best medicine for women
I have ever taken." MRS. ANNA
MIDDLETON, 2944 1st Ave.
Sold by druggists in liquid or tablets. Ii
your druggist does not keep it, send 60c.
to Dr. Pierce' sInvalids' Hotel and Surgical
Institute, BuffcJo, N. Y., for tableta, or 10c.

for trial package.

The Elite Shop
North End Ocala House Veranda
Is now receiving and will have on display
Saturday, March 20th
a splendid assortment of
Millinery and Ready -to-Wear
A special invitation is extended the ladies of this sec section
tion section to call and inspect our extra selection for Easter

Mrs. Elmer DeCamp
Mrs. R. T. Weaver

THE ELITE SHOP,
Ocala, Florida

Charmed Names Featured
in Milton's Poems Whioh
Appeal to Many Readers
Scarcely ny passages In the poems
of Milton are more generally known,
or more frequently repeated, than
those which are little more than
muster-rolls of names. They are not
always more appropriate or more
melodious than other names. But they
are charmed names. Every one of
them Is the first link In a long chain of
associated Ideas. Like the dwelling dwelling-place
place dwelling-place of our infancy revisited- In man manhood,
hood, manhood, like the song of our country
heard in a strange land, they produce
upon us an effect wholly Independent
of their intrinsic value. One trans transports
ports transports us back to a remote period of
history. Anotherplaces us among the
novel scenes and manners of a distant
region. A third evokes all the dear
classical recollections of childhood,
the schoolroom, the dog-eared Virgil,
the holiday, and the prize. A fourth
brings before us the splendid phantoms

of chivalrous romance, the trophled

lists, the embroidered housings, the
quaint devices, the haunted forests,

the enchanted gardens, the achieve

ments of enamored knights, and the

smiles f of rescued princesses. Ma-

caul ay.

Scientist Discovers Ears
of Only 6 Per Cent Equal
A scientist has Just made an Inter

esting statement about our ears. We
are most of us aware that our eyes
usually vary In strength, but It will be
pews to many to learn that our ears
are unequal in their power of hearing.

After careful Investigation It was
found that only 6 per cent of the folks
whose ears were tested could hear as
well with one ear as with another. Is

It, one wonders, the result of sleeping

on one's side? After all, we spend a

third of our life Id bed.

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

ORDER of eastern star

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.

Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, W. M.

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve

nings of. each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Lodge rooms

upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
J. H. Spencer, E. R.

KNiJHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala, Lodge 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.
W. M. Parker, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.

MIRIAM KKBEKAH LODGE NO. 15

- Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15

meets the first and third Monday eve
ning in each month in the Odd' Fel
lows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Miss Ruth Ervin, N. G.
Miss Ruth Hardee. Secretary.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,

meets every Tuesday evening in the

Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of

the old Star office building at 7:30 p

n. A warm welcome always extended

o visiting brothers.
C. W. Moremen, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

5hoemaker' Wax a Liquid.
It Is not always possible to draw a
very clear line of demarcation be between
tween between a liquid and a solid. Shoemak Shoemaker's
er's Shoemaker's wax, which Is so brittle that the
fragmentation obtained when a sheet
of It is hit by a bullet resembles that
!n the case of the very brittle metal
antimony,'' Is actually a liquid. To
show this place leaden bullets upon a
sheet of shoemaker's wax and then
support the whole upon corks. At the
end of a month the corks will be
found floating upon the sheet of wax
Instead of beneath it and the hullets
will be at the bottom as in a liquid.

Largest Movie House.
New York has sn building a moving
picture theater v ith a seating rapacity
of 5,300, which may constitute it the
largest of its kind anywhere. Judging
by the heavy patronage In other such
places, the t.ew house may be filled at
the eh'ef performances. The public

eel ii.'p professional entertnlt men'

IS

All customers cf Federal Bread arc
satisfied customers. Ask them. tf

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.

R. A. M. CHAPTER No. 13

Spring Tailoring
Opening
Friday and Saturday
March 19 and 20
An Exclusive Display of
, Woolens by
Isaac Hamburger & Sons
Merchant Tailors, Baltimore.
You are cordially invited to attend
E. T. HELVENSTON
OCALA, FLA.

Complete Line:'

Tires,
Tubes
Sparlc Plugs,

Spot lights,
Bumpers, r
Snubbers,

Sho!k Absorbers
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FL King Ave. Ocala, Florida
BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

PYLES & PERKINS CO.
(Successors to C. Jordan & Co.)
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Calls Answered Promptly, Day or Night
Motor Equipment

117 Past Oklawaha Avenue J
X PHONE 555 RESIDENCE PHONE 225 :

Regular convocations- of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

THE WMPSOE. M0TEL
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
"Proprietor.

WMMMM-. dDIIlIIE

PHILIP G. RfflDHPHY
GARY BLOCK - OCALA, FLORIDA

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on India to -.expel-him,--but an independent-British
newspaper calls av
tention to- the fact that only one one-fourth;
fourth; one-fourth; of the-population of India is
Mohammedan.' -
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INVITATIONS ISSUED

The following invitation is being is

sued and will be received with a great

deal of interest not only in Ocala.Cbnt

throughout" Florida, in other states

end ab.ad, where the bride-to-be. has
relatives and friends:
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax
request the honor of your presence

at the marriage of their daughter
Adela Lawrance
to
Mr. Robert Lochridge Anderson Jr.
on Thursday the eighth of April
nineteen hundred and twenty
at eight o'clock
Grace Episcopal church
Ocala, Florida.
Ever since January, when the an an-nouncment
nouncment an-nouncment of this popular young
couple was made known at a beautiful

and Marie Hickman, much cordial in interest
terest interest has centered around the couple,
Miss Marie Hickman will be Miss
Ax's maid of honor and the brides
maids will be Misses Dorothy Hick Hickman,
man, Hickman, Onie Chazal, Caroline Harris
and Blair Wood row. Mr. Edward An
derson of Savannah, youngest brother
of the groom-to-be, will act as best
man, and the ushers will be Messrs.
Whit Palmer and Carlisle Izlar of

Ocala, Mr. Philip Gail of Baltimore, a

cousin of Miss Ax's and Mr. Robert

Duffy of Georgia

Immediately after the ceremon,

Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax, will en

tertain at a buffet, supper at their

home on Fort King avenue for the
bridal party 'and members" of the "A
Club," of which Miss Ax is a member.
On account of the recent bereavement
in the bride's family the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment will be a very informal affair.
MAUDE STEVENS CONCERT

Next Thursday night, March 25th,
will be given the fifth and last lyceum
number which will be the Maude Stev Stevens
ens Stevens concert. This promises to be a
very excellent entertainment and all
music lovers should take advantage of
same.

NOTICE
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Ocala Athletic Asso

ciation will be held April 6th, 1920, at

2 p. m., in room No. 9, Merchants'
block, Ocala, Fla., for the purpose of
electing officers and directors and

transacting such other business as

i? ay come before the meeting.

Geo. K. Robinson, Secretary.
C. W. Hunter, President.

Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick

Is Showing
For Early Spring Wear,
Tailored and Sport Hats
Of Exclusive Design
For Street and Travel.

Make Your Selection
While the Stdek is Complete.
Corner Harrington Hall Hotel, Phone 310

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SWIFT & CDt4?AMT

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The Swift Dollar shows
you what becomes of the the-money
money the-money we get for meat
and all by-products.
It is intere;sting to study
and to show to others, arid
helps you to understand
the outstanding and fun fun-damental
damental fun-damental fact of the pack pack-ing
ing pack-ing business a small unit
profit on a large volume
of sales
It is light, the size of a,
dollar, and makes a satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory pocket piece.

One -was made for you.

Send for it

Swift & Company
Union Stock Yards
Chicago, 111.

OCM OCCURRENCES

If you have
plione five-one

any society itema

Miss Pauline Love of Floral City is
a shopper in town today.
Mrs. Otto Young of Shady is in
town today visiting friends.
Mr. W. A. McGuire's many frienila
are glad to se him out after a severe
illness.

Miss Bessie Whetstone has gone to
Wauchula to visit relatives for an in indefinite
definite indefinite period.
Mr. H. E. Proof of Jacksonville, the
state distributors for King trailers, ia
a business visitor in the city.

DRESSMAKING

I have ODened an UD-to-date shoD

for dressmaking at Mrs. Bostick's
millinery parlors. Mrs. H. J. Jones. 6t;

Special sale beginning Monday. A j

sixty-cent jar Coco Butter Cold
Cream and a fifty-cent box Charmona
Face Powder, both for 63 cents at
Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf
Use the Star's Unclassified Column.

WO 0 ID) 2

and FINE

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Cut to Any Length
PROMPT DELIVERY
GILES WOOD YARD
PHONE 112

Use the Star's Unclassified Column.

"AND HOME CAME TED

"And Home Came Ted will be
given at the Eastlake club house next
Friday night, March 19, at 8 o'clock.
This delightful comedy has an inter
esting plot with many thrills and
laughs woven in. Dancing will follow
the play. Everyone cordially invited.
Tickets, 25 and 50 centsT 15-5t
MRS. SARA JANE MANLY
Vocal culture in Merchants block.
Studio Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. 16-12t

LIFE

A. E. GERIG
. INSUBiiNCE

Ocala, "Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILSS

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Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Scofleid ana
daughter, Miss Mary Scofleid of In Inverness,
verness, Inverness, are visitors in the city to

day.

Miss Zelma Cason of Jacksonville
will arrive in the city this afternoon
to be the guest of Miss Frances Tar Tar-ver
ver Tar-ver for several days.
Mr. F. H. Sides of Jacksonville, the

genial and well known representative
of the Hudson and Essex cars, is
spending today in the city.

Messrs. J. D. Wilkes and H. D

Stokes left yesterday morning in the

former's automobile for West Palm

Beach, where they will be for the next

few days.

Stop! Have you tried Federal Bread,

!he "best bread in the world.'' 20-tf

Mr. S. P. Hollinrake of Gainesville

and a driver came over yesterday

and returned this morning with a

Maxwell car and truck, bought from

the Carroll Motors Company. Mr.
Hollinrake is doing a fine business in
Gainesville.

Rev. John Conoley, rector of St.
Philip's Catholic church, had planned

to give five lectures at the Ocala

House next, week, but unfortunately

on account of other duties will have
to postpone them until a later date.
Due notice will be given of time and
subjects of the lectures.

The navy recruiting station enlist

ed three men this week. Two were

ex-service men and one a recruit, T.

J, O'Hara of Leesburg, who has six sixteen
teen sixteen years naval service to his credit,

and John L. Layne of Floral City, who
served about two years in the navy
during the war, and a young man from

Tallahassee entered for his first en

listment.

Six hundred ladies can get the

BIGGEST BARGAIN at Gerig's Spec Special
ial Special Sale. Come in and see for your

self. Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf

.James W. Scott of Fairfield, grad

uated on March 8, from the electrical

school of the U- S. Navy at Hampton

Roads, and is available for transfer
to a ship. Scott is now an electrician,
third class. He enlisted in the navy

on May 8, 1919. His service record

is as .follows: Proficiency in rating,

31; knowledge of electrical machinery,
21; sobriety, 40; obedience, 30.

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The following were among the out-

of-town visitors noted on our streets

yesterday: Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dale,

formerly of Fort McCoy but now of

Apalachicola; Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Stephens 'and daughter. Miss Edna

Stephens, Sparr; Mrs. W. B. Thorn,

Anthony; Miss Alice Klingensmith,

Pjttsburg; Mrs. A. J. Gill, Anthony-,
Mrs. Wm. E. Miller, Eastlake; Mrs. J.
G. Baldorf, Candler; Mrs. A. D. Proc Proctor.
tor. Proctor. Pedro: Mrs. L. Leevekinc. Lowell:

, .

Mrs. Fred W. Sieyeking and Miss

Mary Sieveking, Clinton, 111.; Misses 0c)
Wilma and Cronheim Wilson, Fort &

Saturday afternoon at the Woman h vk?

Club will be state president's day, and (2ft

all members of the club will be the vK

hostesses entertaining the state pres "x::

ident, Mrs. McCollum, who will make xgf
an official visit to the club. Miss 0e)
Elizabeth Skinner, the vice president

&4 1 AMI AVX VSS-C XCUCiaUUU VT AAA UlOV I

be present and make an address. Mrs.

Cooley of Jacksonville will present the

subject of the "United States' Gift to
France." Mrs. Sessoms. state chair

man of community, and Miss Mar- J

garet Porter, state chairman of. public j s-k-

school music, will both give several rj

vocal, selections. There will also be X

vitation is extended to the Parent

Teacher Association and the Business

i t : i ttt m.m. i -i

bers to be present. V.::

NOTICE OF ELECTION

Be it known that on the 24th day ot

W .AAA 1 . A -I

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cammissioners of Marion county, Plor-jjit'

Ida. adopted the following resolution: I xi

WHEREAS, the Board or county I

Commissioners of Marion county, Flor-J
Ida, deem it expedient and to the best HO
I m tavAof r cott vi loailA thai VT

county bonds of Marion county, Flor-jHf

Ida, for the purpose of constructing

pavect, imacadamized or other nara sur-1 vrw
faced 'highways. I

NOW, THEREFORE. BE IX KE-p.7i

wiivxv mat lino uuaiu uvea x I fL

determine by this resolution to oe en-ivy

ierea in xne minutes 01 saxa uoltu mai

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purpose a-Dove mentionea is me sum oi
five hundred sixty thousand ($560,000)
dollars; that the rate of interest to bejr'c'i

naifl f hpr(nn Is fivA npr pMitum tier an- "-'

num from the date of said bonds, pay-j f:
able semi-annually, the first interest!

payment being due six months alter me :-

date of said bonds; that the said bonds

shall be dated July 1st, 1920, and be In

the denomination of one thousand am am-lars
lars am-lars each, and shall become due and rfO
payable as follows:

"140 or said bonds snail De aue ana w

payable Ave years from their date; j

"200 or said bonds shall oe aue ana ry
payable ten years from their date;
"220 of said bonds shall be due and
payable fifteen years from their date."
NOW. THEREFORE, in pursuance of
the said resolution and of a further ry
resolution adonted ibv said board at the

same meeting, NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that an election will be held In
Marion county, Florida, on the 20th day
of April, I960, at which time there
shall be submitted to the legal voters
of said county the question whether or
not the bond3 described in the forego foregoing
ing foregoing resolution shall be issued. Said
election will be held at the several vot voting
ing voting places in said county where the
last' general election was held.
Done by order of said Board of Coun County
ty County Commissioners, P. H. NUGENT
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT.

The FasMon Center

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SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL SATURDAY, APRIL 23

Cotton
Dress Goods
Beautiful Organdies
and Voiles; great as assortment
sortment assortment "of shades,
regular price 75c yd.,
sale price
59c Yard

Beach Cloth
In the newest shades,
suitable for sport suits.
Special
63c Yard

Notable Values in Easter Apparel

Women's
Tailored Suits
. (Distinctive Modes j
Featured at 20 per cent.
Off Regular Price:
Made of Tricotihe
Men's Wear Serge-

New Shirtings
Madras and stripe Soi Soi-sette,
sette, Soi-sette, 75c to 95 c Yard

Red Seal Gingham
Pretty plaids, fast col colors.
ors. colors. Special
" 59c Yard

White Gabardine
and Cotton Tricotine
Skirtings. Very special
83c Yard

Wool Poplin in Navy
Tan ; New, Snappy,
Modish suits of; sim simple
ple simple lines .decreed by
New- York's cleverest
designers, that help a
Woman to achieve a

graceful figure. :: And the smart
spring silhouette, hand-tailored,
with exp ert craftmanship and
finese, they have refinement in
every charming fine, lined with
Peau de Cygne, : Pussy Willow or
fancy silks: Every Spring Suit in
the house at

Lot 27-Inch Ginghams
Special
18c Yard

wm

sale of Bress SIEis
36-Inch Silk Foulards
Special
$3.95 'YaFi

Fancy Sill. Plai

Pretty Designs,
36-In. Wide

-.88 a?c

Heavy Quality
Crepe dedine
'40-Inch Wide
SSoCD ari
Extra Special Lot
v X Children's
Gingfeani Presses
Beautiful Plaid De Designs,
signs, Designs, Dainty Styles,
Sizes 6 'to. 14.
Special.-. Q1 E
At-- SjLQ&ZJ

Less Than Regular Price.

Beautiful Spring Dresses

Linen Torchon
Lace
for Undergarments.
Edgings and Insertion
to match. Special,
lie Yard

The Dresses that are in this
sale are simply beautiful.
They are dresses that you
and your friends will admire,
and thestyles and materials
are beyond your conception.
Every silk dress in the house
during this sale, reduced

Percent
From the Regu Regular
lar Regular Low Prices,

Gabardine Skirtings.
Special
43c Yard

Scotch Sweater Yarn
63cHaiIi

Extra Special Values
In Table Damaslis
72-inch, 85 per cent
table linen worth at
present $4.75 per yd.,
special
$2.85 Yard

SPECIAL LOT
Gcorgsltg BIonsss
White and Flesh AH Sizes
$6.50 Value I Qff
Sale Price-,. y Ti.SeP
- Voile Houses
Smart, New Models
White, Copen, Flesh, O AT
Special .19
Dainty Summer Froclis
Fresh and comfortable cotton
dresses, in pretty new yoiles
and organdies, at the most
reasonable prices.

Table Damask
Great value at $3.75
per yard. Sale price,
$1.69 Yard

;' Galore';'.' -'.:.
Now that the Sepa Separate
rate Separate Skirt occupies
an important niche
in the affections of
the world of fashion,
women who would
be upto-theminute
with the ; mode, if
not a few secon ds
ahead, will select
several skirts for
the wardrobe from
our bewitching dis display.
play. display. All wanted
coloring and fabrics
axe here at reason reasonable
able reasonable ptices.
Sillieii UEiies
Under that title come
Camisoles, Chemise,
Petticoats, Bloomers,
Nighties but such
dainty apparel as they
are! With decided im impartiality
partiality impartiality fashion has
evolved them of Crepe
de Chine. Wash Satin
or Georgette, or com combinations
binations combinations of these fab fabrics;
rics; fabrics; Last, but not least,
don't forget that New
Easter Bonnetr A
new assortment here
at the lowest possible
prices.

OCALA

THE FASHION CENTER

Every Department Offers Irapprtaef Mce Cits

FILOEIIIIDA

Headquarters Royal Worcester, Bon-Ton Corsets, McCall Patterns, Phoenix Hosiery

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Room 9
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Ocala Florida

Use the star's Unclassified Column.

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PHILIP G. MURPHY
Ocala, Florida

WORK FOR A WAR

STRICKEN WORLD

Just arrived at the Anti-Monopoly

Drug Store the prettiest line of bath bath-ing
ing bath-ing caps ever shown in Ocala. 18-10t.

" W. K. Lane, M. D Phjsidan and

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and

Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,

Ocala. Fla. tf.

Announcing j

Our

Complete Showing of Spring j

Millinery

The smartest and latest effects in
"millinery, combined with unex unexcelled
celled unexcelled quality and workmanship.
Sport Hats and Dress Hats
and in fact; hats for well dressed
women for all occasions. We. have
hundreds 'of designs to select from
and take pleasure in showing them.
Call to see us early . . .
Style Hat Shop
Rena Smith
Munroe &. Chambliss Bank Building, Ocala, Florida

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Ali felilce to LiveWe

We have made a study of this problem because
it is our duty to see that our customers do live
well particularly as regards eatables.
II you trade with us you will at least
have the benefit ol our experience.

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The Drllliant Up-to-thc-Klinnle Maslcal Comedy

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Crowded With Laughter
Book by Fred Jackson. Music by George Gershwin.
Direct from Henry Miller's Theater, New York.
Unique Blend of Music, Comedy and Charm.
Broad way ism to the Nth Degree. A Scintilating
Laugh-Compelling Musical Kaleidoscope Aero Aeroplane
plane Aeroplane TempoWith 16 Big Song Hits.
S 0b Boy! Oh Joy! Si
The Musical Comedy Magnificente

Prices: 85c, $1.10, $lMr $2. Seat Sale Court Pharmacy

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pore tern it sltonia ; fb&t property hat
eea siren more thought than human

beings. I am concerned with the dan

ger that these innovations promise, a

danger to the working men themselves.
a menace to law and order, 'without
Jwhlch no one Lt secure without which

there can be no freedom.

Political Action Called Failure.
I heard a speech In London that

deeply impressed me. It was applaud applauded
ed applauded by several thousand men and wom

en average good British working peo

ple. Most of the men wore service

badges. The speaker, a clean young

Englishman of about thirty-five, said:

"Political action Is a failure. We

vote and we are betrayed. Political
parties are the agents of bands of
capital. Their purpose Is to keep the

workers apart, knowing that divided

we are powerless. The only time they
are willing we should unite is when

war calls for men. What did we win
in the war? Nothing. We thought we
had a stake in the game, that the hand
we were playing was our own. Now

that it is over we have discovered that

we won nothing.

"What did the working man ever

get by voting, except the worst of it?
The word vote comes from a Latin

word, meaning to wish Who ever got

anything by wishing?

"We are like the story in Bellamys

Xooklng Backward. You remember
he spoke of a coach. On top of this

coach the capitalists sit In the sun sunshine
shine sunshine enjoying the ride. On the side
of the coach, hanging by their finger fingernails
nails fingernails and. toenails are the hundreds of

thousands who make up .the middle

class. Millions of men are pulling the

coach. They are sweating and trudg trudging
ing trudging they are the working men. Run Running
ning Running along the side of the -coach are
millions more, fighting to get a chance

to get hold of the rope and pull the
coach. They are the Idle. There Is

only one thing to do. That Is to stop

pulling the coach., let go of the rope.
Don't wish about, It; do it. The lellows
oo the top of the coach don't do any

wishlhg -they boss and drive." :c

The crowd cheered. ."There isssome

truth In the speech. It-is true that
the working man has not had a square
deal, but the fact that he has not had
fair treatment does not make the plan

of direct action a sane, wise plan.

Revolution would only lead to blood
and disorder and" leave the very men

who revolted In a worse plight than
they are now. The millions who are

the majority have an infinitely better
weapon than force. They have the

ballot' They are in the majority. Men

must think their way out of the wil

derness. They cannot fight their way

out When they try to they go deeper

to. - ..

Bolshevism Finding Favor.

I found the word, bolshevlsm In the

minds ..and on the lips of the working

people of Europe. I expected to -find

them antibolshevik If for' no other, rea

son than that bolshevlsm came from

Russia and the bolsheviks made peace

with Germany while the allies were In

a death struggle with her with the re

sult In doubt I found them confess

ing their faith in bolshevlsm, speaking
of it as a new religion, resenting the

obstacles their own governments had

placed in its way.

In Ireland, the last place I expected

to find a leaning toward bolshevlsm.

found an open devotion to It The Irish

people are in many respects, the most

conservative in the world. The only

radicalism they have ever shown Is the

revolutionary spirit expressed in up

risings for freedom. The Irish are a

people of reminiscence and tradition.
The Celtic mind Is devoted to form
and custom. I was present at the Irish

Federation-of Labor; convention held
In August' 119, at Progheda The

delegates 'tor this convention, repre

senting S00.O00 union men and women,
went on record almost unanimously

for bolshevlsm.: I later learned that

few of them, if any, knew exactly

what bolshevlsm was. I asked a lead

ing spirit of the convention if he be belief
lief belief ed in communism, the abolition of

the private ownership of property,

and he. said, "Of course not: that's

rank nonsense;- socialism; impossible

and 'impractical.' The pro and con of
bolshevlsm has from the beginning

; been partisan and prejudiced. . Work
lng men are bolsheviks because .em

plovers are against it and employers
are against It because the men are. for

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NOTICE, R. A. M.

Temperature this morning, 61; this
afternoon, 82.
Mr. Linn Sanders of Jacksonville is
a visitor in the city for a few days.
Mr. E. M. Hastings of Fort McCoy
was a welcome visitor at the Star of office
fice office today.

Dr. M. C. Izlar is assisting Messrs.
Spencer and Pedrick in the sales de department
partment department of the Buick Automobile
Agency.

Just arrived at the Affleck Milli Millinery
nery Millinery Parlor, a shipment of exclusive,
elegant hats. Ocala House Block, 111
Broadway. 19-2t

Mr. G. P. Sikes of Jacksonville,

epresenting the manufacturers of the

Essex and Hudson autoes, is visiting
his Ocala friends.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

RATES Six line maximum, one
time, -25c ;three times, 50c; six times
75c.; one month $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. FOR SALE I have three half-acre
lots for sale at a bargain on Fort
King avenue just beyond Dr. C. B.
Ayer's residence. J. Thomson. 18-12t

Mrs. T. D. Briggs has returned
rom a delightful visit to Miami ant.

Melbourne. Like thousands of others.

Mrs. Briggs went into ecstacies over

the Magic City.

Judge J. B. Gaines of Leesburg,

Coi G. C. Martin of Brooksville and

Mr..B. G. Langston of Inverness are
prominent lawyers in the city on pro

fessional business.

Mr. J. H. Coffee of Arcadia, the

rewly elected grand chancellor of the

Florida Knights of Pythias, was in

the city last night, a guest of the

Colonial. He is touring the state in

the interest of the order.

Mrs. ,W. W. Clyatt, accompanied by

her guest. Miss Mary Willis of St.

Augustine, Mrs. J. H. Therrell, Miss
Ernestine Brooks and Mr. Laurie Iz Izlar
lar Izlar have returned "from a brief but

very pleasant visit to Daytona Beach.

Mr. B. U. Young, the popular and

efficient business man who managed

the packing house last year, is here
on a visit to his Ocala friends. Mr.

Young is now traveling for a big syn syndicate
dicate syndicate with its headquarters in Pitts

burg. He has been in thirty states

since he left Ocala less than a year

ago.

DIAMONDS. The largest assort

ment of unmounted and mounted dia

monds that has been in Ocala since
1914, including stones from 38-100ths
to 1 and 15-100ths carat, mountings
of yellow gold, white gold and plat

inum, just received by Weihe Com

pany, The Ocala Jewelers. 2-tf

Messrs. R. H. Rodgers, M. H. Ely,

P. C. Ridgeway and M. B. Farrar,
advance agents for the Jacksonville
Automobile Dealers, Inc., which con

cern will bring the farm demonstra

tion truck jtrain to Ocala, are in the
city today-- making arrangements for

the visit of the train.

Dr. and Mrs. E. Blackshear and in

teresting children have-come to Ocala

from Citra to make their home and

are occupying the house owned b

Mrs. Henry Raysor on South Third
street. Dr. Blackshear is still in the
army and has the rank of captain, but

he expects his dischargee very shortly.

Ocala is very fortunate in securing

this excellent family as residents and

they will be given a most cordial wel
come.

EXPECTS THEM TO WORK

OUT AN AGREEMENT

Washington, March 19. The presi

dent expects the coal miner sand ope.

rators to work out a new agreement

on the basis of the majority report of
the the citl strike settlement com

mission, it was -announced today.
i
BARGAINS IN USED CARS

1917 Ford Touring A-l shape.
1918 Ford Touring, new tires.
1917 Ford Truck. S
1916 Studebaker Truck.
AUTO SALES CO.,

Mack Taylor, Phone 348, Ocala,
Fla. 18-6t

FOR SALE Twelve thoroughbred
Rhode Island hens and one cockerel at

2 per head. Apply to L. W. Holstun.

Union Station, Ocala, Fla. 19-3t

BUICK FOR SALE A bargain for

cash in a little Six Buick touring car;

very best condition. O. B. Hdwso,

Ocala, Fla. 19-3t

FOR SALE Two Jersey cows, ont
extra fine, giving three gallons per

day; other to be fresh in few days. C.

A. Holloway, 715 Lime St. Ocala. 19-tf

FOR RENT Light housekeeping

rooms, gas, electricity and water.

Apply to Oklawaha Inn. Phone 507. 3t

BUICK FOUR For sale cheap, in

good running condition. Apply at Au

togenous Welding & Elec. Co. 16-6t

WANTED Position in shop or ga garage,
rage, garage, or will drive truck. Good strong
man. H. W. Gross, Belleview, Fla. 3t

All members of Ocala Chapter. No.
13, .R. ; A. M.,.are requested to meet at

the Temple Sunday, March 21. Some Something
thing Something unusual.

H. S. Wesson, H. P.
ALASKAN TRADE

Associated Press)
Juneau, Alaska, March 19. John
W. Troy, territorial collector of cus customs,
toms, customs, says that Alaska's trade with
the United States and foreign coun countries
tries countries in 1919 was, perhaps, larger per
capita of population than that of any
other sectio nof the world. . The ter territory's
ritory's territory's imports and exports for tht
year amounted to $109,652,339. Mr.
Troy reports. This was a decrease
from $27,396,793 as compared with
the previous year.
The balance of trade in favor of
Alaska was $31,000,000, or about
$1000 for each white person in thb
territory... Decrease in the shipments
of gold in Alaska was declared to be
"the really distressing feature of the
year's business." This was attributed
to "abnormally high cost of mining
gold without corresponding increase
in its value." The net loss in popu population
lation population during the previous two years
was stopped and there was last year a
net gain of 371.
RAKE-OFF MADE BY
TENNESSEE ROBBERS

(Associated Press)
Nashville, Tenn., March 19. Rob Robbers
bers Robbers dynamited the vault of the Farm Farmers
ers Farmers & Merchants Bank at Mount
Pleasant this morning and escaped
with $30,000 in liberty bonds and
other securities.

" 'ILsabimLuIuGB3eof j
thcsebmtiMbi the kind &
of jcTDTLjfl-riflyougdtTdim vl
Y you tegyryQuVc made a good &h
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THE COURT PHARMACY
Ocala, Fla.

MIIlrS AnflMVtto Oil, Eanm

Guaranteed to Believe Pain,
Bheumatism Neuralgia, etc.
6 ST IT AT
Bitting & Co.. Druggists. Ocala. B

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
rontractor in the city.

SEEDS

Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf

I OR SALE Buick touring car in

good condition. Reason for selling

government will furnish me with car.

Chief Elec. H. B. Weaver, Naval Re

cruiting Station, Ocala. 16-6t

FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Apply at 34

N. Sanchez street, or phone 238. 156t

WANTED Position in dry goods

store at saleslady. Have had five

months experience. Mrs. W. R. Du-.

Bose, No. 301 S. 4th St. 15-6t

WANTED Have you a slightly used

typewriter or phonograph you would
like to sell? Would you like to dis

pose of some of your old phonograph
records for other slightly, used records
or for new ones? If so, call "at 107

Fort King avenue. 13-6t'

TYPEWRITERS WANTED I will

buy your machine, any make. Drop
me a line saying what you have and

price. Address, Box 752, Orlando,

Fla. 12-6t

FOR SALE 25 acres on south Or Orange
ange Orange avenue, 15 acres cleared. Quick
sale for cash, $900. Lottie Matsler,

Peno, Nevada. 12-6t

WANTED If you have anything in
the line of furniutre, either new or

second hand, call on me. I pay high highest
est highest cash prices for same. B. Goldman,

Ocala, Fla. 9-tf

FOR SALE Florida Runner pea peanuts,
nuts, peanuts, well matured for seed: 12

cents per pound in any quantity. An
thony Farms, Anthony, Fla. 24-tf

Spring Showing

at the

Affleck Millinery Parlor

Of

Beautiful Models
Sport, Street and
Dress Hats

in

Batavia, Cellophane, Raffia,
Swiss Hair, Straw Braids, Crepes,
Nets and every material' of
- which hats are made.

WORK ROOM IN CHARGE OF AN EXPERT

111 Broadway

Ocala House

South Side

If Everything Was As
v Clieap As Our Ice
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worrying howerer, because it isn't that way. Be glad that
Ice is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving yod
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
'caLM: Ice & PacMimg

FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and se'l
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf

HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone
146. 2-m

"E(E(E

PLYMOUTH
ROCK FOR
HATCHING

Fine, pure bred stock, $1.50 for 15.
Call phone 304. R. N. Dosh; 702 S.
4th St., Ocala.

CAII'T BE BEATEN FOR
COUOHSJIID COLDS
Dr. Williams' 101 Tonic Also Ideal
for Malaria and Grippe
Treatment
Three compounds, Iron, Quinine
and Magnesia, have known value in
the treatment of Colds, Malaria and
LaGrippe. Quinine clears, out the
disease germs from the blood. Mag Magnesia
nesia Magnesia purges the whole system of its
accumulated poisons. Iron Strength Strengthens
ens Strengthens and invigorates the body through
the blood.
All are necessary to a successful
treatment. All are in Dr. Williams
101 Tonic correctly proportioned.
That's why 101 Tonic is universally
known and used.
25c and 50c bottles for sale at your
drug' store. Adv. No. 3

18 ROOM HOUSE
FOE SALE
To Close Ont Estate
Located on qnarter-acre
lot one block from Postolfice,
cheap at $3000. Price will
be reduced $10 per day until
sold.
PRICE TODAY $2500
II interested see me at once
-
FRANK W. DITTO
Real Estate Ocala, Fla.

lUBITER'S AUTO EKCHAMGE-:"

EASTER SHOWERS
will never catch you unpre unprepared,
pared, unprepared, if your car is equip equipped
ped equipped with one of our easily
raised wind and rain-prpoi
auto tops. Utility is not their
only recommending feature.
Smart lines. and duraiblity.
are combined with moderate
cost. The top does not make
"a car, but it helps to dis distinguish
tinguish distinguish it.

TOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a patent wax paste
that makes old tops absolutely waterproof.
PAINTING Autos painted, striped and finished in the best of
material.
UPHOLSTERING We are prepared" to give you satisfactory ser service
vice service in upholstering backs, seats or cushions.

TIKES, TUBES, GAS wl4 OIL!

LET US REPAIR, PAINT AND UPHOLSTER YOUR CAR, SO
J YOU CAN ENJOY IT YOURSELF OR SELL TO ADVANTAGE.

AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED ... :

STAPLE MIS) FMC GEfiClOIlS

If You Want
Something Real Good In
FRESH MEATS
Call Phone 108

HD- W. H. MARSH I I

STAPLE AND FAWCY GKOCEEH!

Just arrived at the Affleck Milli Millinery
nery Millinery Parlor, a shipment of exclusive,
elegant hats. Ocala House Block, 111
Broadway. 19-2t

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PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC

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