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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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CALLED BEFORE
A NAVAL COURT
Admiral Fletcher Must Give Reason
Why he Put the Rollers Under
Admiral Fletcher Three
Years Ago
(Associated Press)
Washington, March 25. The naval
court of inquiry appointed to investi investigate
gate investigate the removal by Admiral Sims of
Rear Admiral Fletcher from command
of the naval forces at Brest, int Octo October,
ber, October, 1917, convened today with Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Fletcher as the first witness.
Admiral Sims and other witnesses
will be called later.
BRITAIN THINKS SHE HAS A
CLAIM
Washington, March 25 Great Brit Britain
ain Britain is considering presenting a claim
to the United States for losses caused
by the retention of German ships
"after completion of United States
services upon which they were engag engaged,"
ed," engaged," Consul General Skinner at Lon London,
don, London, today reported to the department
of commerce.
PRE-WAR PROCRASTINATION
Washington, March 25. The pie pie-war
war pie-war procrastination of Secretary Dan Daniels
iels Daniels was responsible for the serious
shortage of personnel which proved
an initial handicap to the navy early
in the war. Captain Leigh G. Palmer,
war-time chief of the bureau of navi navigation,
gation, navigation, testified before the Senate
corfcmittee today. In the critical days
of the spring of 1917, he declared, the
secretary backed up all efforts to get
men.
WEARY OF WILSON
Washington, March 25. Democrats
and republicans cheer the statement
in the House today by Representative
Humphreys, democrat, of Missisippi,
that President Wilson should an announce
nounce announce immediately that he will not
be a candidate for a third term.
Mil. GABFJS TRIP TO DAYTON
Mr. L. A. Gabel, local Delco-Light
dealer, returned this week from the
Fourth Annual Delco-Light conven convention
tion convention which he attended in Dayton,
Ohio on March 18th and 20th.
He came back displaying boundless
enthusiasm over the trip and describ described
ed described fluently the many unique and in interesting
teresting interesting features which were offered
at this convention of the makers and
salesmen of Delco-Light, the well well-known
known well-known farm electric plant.
Some of the more striking features,
says -Mr. Gabel., were: First the open opening
ing opening session on Thursday morning
when talks were made by R. H. Grant,
general manager, and other officers
of the company. These talks, he stat stated,
ed, stated, had to do largely with the general
proposition of the spread and develop development
ment development of electrical equipment for the
rural communities and many valuable
new electrical products were announc announced.
ed. announced.
On Thursday afternoon, the whole
convention body of. some 1500 mem members
bers members were taken on a trip through the
great Delco-Light factory, largest of
its kind in the world and covering
more than a million square feet of
floor space. On Thursday night the
feature was a comedy with music,
produced and presented exclusively
for the Delco-Light organization.
Friday's program dealt with inti intimate
mate intimate service and financial problems
and included, also, a maximum parade
of factory employes, representing
each department. The keenest inter interest
est interest and enthusiasm were displayed on
every hand, declares Mr. Gabel, clear
up to the culminating feature, the an annual
nual annual banquet for the entire convention
tody, on Saturday night. Prominent
speakers delivered stirring talks, and
at the conclusion, motion pictures
were shown of many of the important
features of the three-day convention.
Mr. Gabel declares that in his opin opinion
ion opinion electricity is one of the 1 most
important forces offered the farmer
today and that that opinion was
strengthened by what he saw' and
heard at the tremendous gathering
of salesmen of electrical products. An
electrical exposition conducted by
about 100 manufacturers of electrical
appliances was a valuable feature of
the convention, he adds, and con concludes
cludes concludes that when all farmers come to
use electricity as they will one day,
the result will be a most valuable
saving of time and labor and the un unquestioned
questioned unquestioned addition of untold com comfort
fort comfort and enjoyment, made possible by
the enjoyment of the advantages that
electricity alone affords.
Sixty-three cents buys the beat beat-Cold
Cold beat-Cold Cream and one of the best Face
Powders on the market. Special sale
price at Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf
Rheinauer & Company have a spec special
ial special selection of Men's Easter ties at
55c., three for $1. 25-2t

DEBATE IS WARM

N
E
Strong Influence Brought on the
Legislature to Vote for Equal
Equal Suffrage
(Associated Press)
Dover, Del.. March 25. The suffra suffragists
gists suffragists had their first inning today ;n
public hearings by the Delaware leg legislature
islature legislature on the question of ratifica ratification
tion ratification of the woman suffrage amend amendment.
ment. amendment. Two hours was their allot allotment
ment allotment and they brought forward Sen Senators
ators Senators Spencer of Missouri, Sterling of
South Dakota and McKellar of Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, to present their arguments.
Suffragists and anti-suffragists are
here from all' parts of the country.
BOARD OF TRADE
WILL PASS A MEETING
There will be no meeting of the
Marion County Board of Trade to
night. There is nothing of particu particular
lar particular importance to be brought before
the members of the organization at
this time, and it is not deemed wise
to ask the members to meet unless
there is something for them to con consider.
sider. consider. At present the Board of Trade
has a number of projects under way
and an effort will be made to dispose
of some of these before undertaking
new ones. The organization has
enough to keep the secretary and com committees
mittees committees busy, and it is believed best
not to crowd the organization's pro program.
gram. program. If any member of the Board
of Trade has in mind any matter re requiring
quiring requiring immediate consideration, the
secretary would like to be advised of
it. The next regular meeting of the
organization will be held two weeks
from tonight.
During the next few weeks there
will be much work to be done in con connection
nection connection with the bond issue for good
roads to be held April 20.
KENTUCKY CHILD
HAS BEEN KIDNAPPED
!lis Father Offers $25,000 ta Have the
Boy Returned to liim
CAusoclat;d Press)
Lexington, Ky., March 25. Altho'
E. R. Little, the Torrington capitalist,
announced that the $25,000 ransom de demanded
manded demanded would be paid, his seven-year-old
son, Paul is still a captive in ther
hands of a kidnapper, who lured him
away yesterday. The lad's playmates
said the kidnapper coaxed the boy
boy away with the promise of a dollar
to deliver a box of candy. A note was
delivered at the Little home later, de demanding
manding demanding $25,000 ransom.
IT WILL COME TO
THIS EVERYWHERE
(Associated Press)
Charleston March 25. Business
men here today took off their coats
and acted as amateur longsheremen
in unloading the steamship Lake
Clear, tied up by the longshemen's
strike.
DIPPING VATS DYNAMITED
(Associated Press)
Tuscaloosa, Ala., March 25. The
authorities are searching for what is
believed to be an organized band
which has dynamited cattle dipping
vates near here the laso weeks.
HARRINGTON HALL ARRIVALS
J. D. Futch, Baltimore; J. D.
Neville, Lakeland; J. J. Greer, New
York; E. E. Ames and wamily, Craw Craw-fordville,
fordville, Craw-fordville, Ind.; H. Koening and wife,
Cincinnati; J. M. Clarkson, Tallahas Tallahassee;
see; Tallahassee; G. B. Taylor, Mount Dort; R. H.
Dtide, Orlando; C. J. Payne. Way Way-cioss,
cioss, Way-cioss, Ga.; Geo. E. Rowe and wife,
Beverly, Mass.; Mrs.'W. E. Foley,
Beverly, Mass.; Mrs. A. C. DeMarsh,
Mt. Clemens, Mich.; Mrs. Peter C.
Standley, Battle Creek, Mich.; Mrs.
Clara Clyde, Battle Creek; Ezra Ab Abbott,
bott, Abbott, Battle Creek; Frank Evans,
Jacksonville; S. J. Owens, Brooklyn;
S. J. Cole, Lima, O.; Mrs. D. L. Riley,
Fargo, N. D.; Mrs. Phillip Nevin,
Frederick Hampton, Providence. R.
I.; J. C. Dolive, Atlanta; H. L. Mc Mc-Brier,
Brier, Mc-Brier, Erie, Pa.; A. Y. Reed and wife,
Center, O.; Gracia M. Pierce, Am Amherst,
herst, Amherst, Mass.; Jno. E. Gilbert, Chas. A.
Brown, Jacksonville; M. M. Smith,
Winter Park; Miss Louise Smith,
Winter Park; Miss Florence Olson,
Tallahassee; W. J. Roebuck, Lake
City; Geo. S. Ray and wife, Erie, Pa.;
W. M. Riley and wife, Camden, N. J.
SEEDS
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
Rheinauer & Company have a spec special
ial special selection of Men's Easter ties at
35c., three for $1. 25-2t

DELAWAR

OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1920.

ARMY OF REDS
CREASING
If They are Not Checked Immediate Immediately,
ly, Immediately, the Ruhr District Will
, be Overrun
(Associated Press)
The Hague, March 25. Fighting in
the Ruhr district of Germany, where
it was understood a truce had been ef effected,
fected, effected, has been resumed, according
to the Telegraaf. Spartacist forces
are nearing Wesel, the paper says,
and a Muenster dispatch says the red
army's strength is now 120,000 men.
GAIN CONCESSIONS FROM THE
GOVERNMENT
Paris, March 25. The German gov government
ernment government has reached a definite agree agreement
ment agreement with the Ruhr valley workmen,
where hostilities have been in pro pro-gress,
gress, pro-gress, according to news reaching
semi-official circles here. A work work-rntn's
rntn's work-rntn's army will be formed, the cabi cabinet
net cabinet will be remodeled with labor rep represented,
resented, represented, the mines will be socialized,
counter revolutionary formations will
be dissolved and the food supply sys system
tem system will be improved.
GREAT DANGER THREATENS
THE COTTON GROWERS
Pink Boll Cotton Worm is More Pen.
nicious than his Cousin,
the Boll Weevil
(Associated Press) j
Columbia, S. C., March 25. Ad-i
dressing the South Carolina branch of
the American Cotton Association to today,
day, today, Secretary of Agriculture Mere-,
dith said that unless the pink boil
cotton worm is exterminated immed immediately
iately immediately it will cause more damage than
the boll weevil. He said the -federal
government was willing to establish a
quarantine to keep the pest in the in infested
fested infested areas of Texas and Louisiana)
and urged state co-operation.
FARM NOTES BY
THE COUNTY AGENT
From a modest beginning about
five years ago, club work for young
people has spread all over Florida un until
til until now it is carried on in all the coun counties
ties counties but five. In fact, so general has
the work become that a county with without
out without it is considered behind the times.
It is a great factor in the training of
the young people along practical and
scientific lines of agriculture and
shows that the young people, as well
as the older people, of the county are
alive to the opportunities of progres progressive
sive progressive farming.
Marion county has done splendid
work in the past in the corn and pig
clubs and, being the leading agricul agricultural
tural agricultural county of the state, is expected
to do bigger things this year. Many
have enrolled in the different clubs,
but many more members are needed
to be sure that no other county goes
ahead. The time for planting crops
is here and we must get busy in
earnest if we are to do our best. Re Remember
member Remember that there is a club for any
kind of a boy or girl, or any kind of
land. Those between the ages of 10
and 18 are allowed to join and can
choose to go into any, or all, of the
clubs, namely: corn, peanut, sweet po potato,
tato, potato, sugar cane, calf, pig, and fat bar barrow.
row. barrow. Attractive premiums are offered
for the best work in each club, and
these will be awarded during the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Fair in November. In order
to make it easy for any boy, or girl,
to get. a start in pure bred live stock,,
the Ocala National Bank has offered
to furnish as much as $2500 for buy buying
ing buying calves and $2500 for buying bar barrows
rows barrows and to give the prizes in these
two clubs. The Munroe & Chambliss
National Bank, also, is assisting the
young people as formerly and is loan loaning
ing loaning money to the pig club members
and has offered $100 cash for prizes
in this club. With such help and" en encouragement,
couragement, encouragement, there is no reason why
Marion county s hould not be the
champion county in the club work this
year. Young people, let's see that sh
is. Join a club and get busy.
With the increase of live stock in
the county, more attention should be
paid to pastures. It is an accepted
fact that cheap animals can not be
grown without the aid of some kind of
pasture. Land that is given over to
grass will produce cheaper meat than
if planted to cultivated crops.
The great trouble with the most of
cur pastures is, that they are on the
poorest lands and are not given the
proper care. It seems to be a common
belief that the fertile lands are too
valuable for pasturing and that the
lands of least value should be used for
this purpose. As a result, the pas pastures
tures pastures have not been profitable and
have been neglected. If the best soils
were devoted to grass, the proper
care given and the right kind of live
stock grazed, the returns would be

SOIW IT UP

CTLY
Advantage that Will Accrue to Mar Marion
ion Marion County by Voting Bonds for
Good Roads on April 20th
Some of the voters in the southern
part of the county having raised the
question as to what the route of the
Dixie Highway would be south of
Belleview, in the event the proposed
bond issue carries, the state road de department,
partment, department, which held a meeting in
Ocala Wednesday, was asked to set settle
tle settle the matter definitely. Accordingly
the members of the department adopt
ed a resolution to the effect that the
Dixie Highway will be constructed on
the east side of Lake Weir, its present
route.
The resolution adopted by the state
road department reads as follows:
'Tl7T.A.An If M M1AM 1 11 I
a bond election to build its north and
south trunk highway on the east side
of Lake Weir; now be it
"Resolved, That if such bond issue
is carried, said road will be construct constructed
ed constructed by the state road department on
the east side of Lake Weir."
The Dixie Highway is one of the
two roads to be built under the pro proposed
posed proposed bond issue for which the elec election
tion election will be held on April 20. The
Dixie Highway enters Marion ciountyl
at the Marion-Alachua line near Evin Evin-ston,
ston, Evin-ston, and runs by way of Mcintosh,
Orange Lake, Reddick. Lowell, Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, Ocala. Belleview and around the
north and east sides of Lake Weir to
the Lake county line, just south of
Weirsdale. This road is known as
state road No. 2. The other road
which will be built under the proposed
Loud issue is state road No. 5, from
the Marion-Levy county line near
Romeot to the Marion-Citrus county
line at Dunnellon. The bond issue
cals for $500,000 for the Dixie High Highway
way Highway and $60,000 for state road No. 5,
a total of $500,000. If the election
carries the county will get from the
state $250,000 for the Dixie Highway
and $30,000 for state road No. 5, or
9 total state aid of .$280,000. v This
will mean an expenditure on the
Dixie Highway of $750,000 and on
state road No. 5 of $90,000. And there
is available from the Dunnellon road
district $15,000 for road No. 5, mak making
ing making a total of $105,000 for this road.
The two roads are to be built by the
state road department, and, after be being
ing being built, will be maintained by the
state road department. The county
will thus be relieved of the up-keep
of these two highways, and the county
funds now spent 'on them will be
available for other roads in the
county.
If the election of April 20 fails to
carry, the county will lose the $280, $280,-000
000 $280,-000 state aid. This will be spent in
some other county, and the taxpayers
of Marion county will, of course, have
to pay their share of the taxes by
means of which the state funds are
raised.
The county is now spending some something
thing something like $25,000 a year in keeping
up the Dixie Highway, and unless the
read is re-built in a more permanent
form as contemplated in the proposed
issue, this cost of up-keep will in increase.
crease. increase. In ten years this would mean
an expenditure of more than $250,000
and in twenty years more than $500, $500,-000
000 $500,-000 of- county money in keeping up
the Dixie Highway. If the state road
departmnt takes over the-Dixie High Highway,
way, Highway, as it will if the bond issue car carries,
ries, carries, it is easily seen what the saving
to the county will be.
equal to, or greater than, those from
staple field crops on the same land.
"The best plant for summer pasture
is Bermuda. It will survive more
drouth, moisture and abuse than any
other grass that we have. But do not
over-stock it and be sure to keep
down weeds by mowing.
The best way to get rid of Bermuda
grass is to smother it with shade. For
this purpose nothing is equal to a
mived crop of cowpeas and velvet
beans. Use One bushel of peas and a
bushel and a half of late beans per
sere and plant broadcast about the
first of April. The peas will cover the
grass until July and then the beans
will furnish shade for the rest of the
summer. As soon in the fall as the
beans shed their leaves, either graze
off, or disc down, the bean crop and
plow the land for oats, planting im immediately
mediately immediately two and a half bushels of
seed per acre. Then in the spring, re repeat
peat repeat the operation if much of the
Bermuda shows up. This method is
effective and will kill out the grass en entirely,
tirely, entirely, but a good stand of the shade
crops must be secured in order to
keep the ground covered.
Wm. A. Sessoms,
County Agent.
Three pair men's socks for $1, in
white, navy, brown and black. This
price is for a few days only Rheinauer
& Company. 25-2t

SUCCIN

HAND IN YOUR

VOTES FOR HARDEE
Do Your Bit to Win for Him an Honor
Offered by the Shriners
of the State
Jacksonville, March 25. The Shrin Shriners
ers Shriners of Florida are going to have a
carnival in Jacksonville from the 22d
to the 31st inclusive. Among other
interesting features of this occasion
will be the presentation of a chair to
the most popular candidate for gov governor.
ernor. governor. This contest is to be decided
by votes. : Anybody anywhere in the
state can vote as many times as they
choose, provided every vote is accom
panied by a dime. In other words, the
dime votes, and not the voter.
The Star urges the friends of Mr.
Hardee .in this county to chip in and
help him win the chair. It will add
to his prestige as a candidate and help
him in the primary.
The sender of the dimes for these
votes need not sign his name to the
communication unless he desires to do
so. In other words all that is neces
sary is to say, "enclosed herewith so
mj.ny dimes for so many votes for
Cary A. Hardee for the most popular
man for governor." Address all com communications
munications communications to L. G. Hitchcolk, tax
assessor, Jacksonville, personal.
Do not delay attending to this mat matter
ter matter at once. The time is short and the
other candidates are organizing their
forces all over the state to have votes
sent for their men, and unless we get
busy in the new few days, we will lose
this, opportunity.
REPAIRING A GREAT WRONG
State of Mississippi Does All in Its
Power to Make Good for
a Mistake
Jackson, Miss., March 25. Will
Purvis, whose sentence to death was
commuted to life imprisonment after
the noose slipped when he dropped
from the gallows, was today handed
a warrant for $5000 voted him by the
legislature for the "great wrong done
him." Purvis was exonerated of the
murder charge after two years in
prison.
THOMAS W. LAWSON
IS IN THE TOILS
Boston, March 25. Attorney Gen General
eral General Allen's crusade against promot promoters
ers promoters and brokers who have been ex exploiting
ploiting exploiting silver stocks led to the ar arrest
rest arrest tqday of Thomas W. Lawson, who
surrendered tq the police to answer
a warrant charging him with violating
the state law regarding information
concerning stock issues.
ASHEVILLE HOTEL
PARTLY DESTROYED
Asheville, N. C March 25. Firw
destroyed a wing "of the Manor hotel
today, causing a loss of $100,000.
ATTENTION, CHAPTER MASONS
There will be work in the Royal
Arch degree at Friday evening's reg regular
ular regular meeting and the presence of all
R. A. Masons is desired. Visitors cor cordially
dially cordially invited to be with us. "Refresh "Refreshments
ments "Refreshments will be served by a committee
of the Ocala Chapter, Eastern Star.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. 252t
FREE MOTOR INFORMATION
Mr. L. B. Bennett, lubricating engi engineer
neer engineer of the Texas Company, will be at
cur filling station on Monday, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Wednesday, March 29, 30 and
31, to give free information as to the
proper lubrication of your motor re regardless
gardless regardless of the make of your car.
AUTO SALES CO.,
25-6t Mack Taylor.
Want Seven-Cent Coin to
Meet Present Conditions.
The United States treasury depart department
ment department Is besieged with requests corn corn-lag
lag corn-lag from all sections that a coin oe
minted of 7 cent denomination. Many
banks and trust companies are among
the petitioners, as well as railroads,
moving-picture theaters and street car
companies. The claim Is made that
a 7-cent coin would prove a great re relief
lief relief to the ultimate consumer, who is
constantly annoyed by the mass of
pennies collected In a day's shopping
as a result of the changed prices. The
old nickel cigar now sells for 7 cents;
the "nickel picture show has passed
out of existence and to Its place is
the 17 or 22-cent show; many street
car companies have been forced to
raise fares to 7 cents ; milk and bread
have doubled In price and usually call
for odd pennies end there are a host
of other articles priced right to use
a 7-cent coin. It is understood hat
the treasury department rather leans
toward the Idea.

VOL. 20, NO. 73

MULL CHASSIS
ON EXHIBITION

Pretty and Powerful Machine and Its
Bast Attracting Much Attention
from the People
Mr. G. W. Elkins of Jacksonville,
representing the Mangels-Kirby Co.,
siate distributors for the Maxwell and
Chalmers automobiles and Maxwell
trucks, and Mr. J. H. Hennessy of the
sales department of the Maxwell fac factory
tory factory at Detroit, Mich., arrived in the
city yesterday afternoon and will be
here until tomorrow exhibiting on the
courthouse square a model of the
Maxwell chassis which was shown in
New York at the automobile show not
long ago. This car is a beautiful
piece of machinery. It is all nickle nickle-plated
plated nickle-plated or white enameled. The work
ing parts are open and exposed and
the mechanism is operated by the
starting generator and storage batter
ies so that the public can see the en
tire working mechanism of the car.
The car is attracting a great deal of
attention and will be a splendid adver
tisement for the Maxwell car.
Messrs. Elkins and Hennessy are
touring the state and calling on the
various dealers, and are here in the
interest of the Carroll Motors Com
pany, distributors in this section for
these cars.. The car is carried about.
the state mounted on the platform of
a Maxwell truck and has just been
exhibited for some time at Miami. The
exhibit has attracted a great deal of
attention, not only in the towns that
have been visited, but along the high highways,
ways, highways, owing to the unique character
of the exhibit. Any one who has not
seen the exhibit can view it this eve
ning in front of the Ocala House on
the courthouse square.
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OF TRAINS IN OCALA
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except Sunday 4
Leave for Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7
Arrive from Wilcox, Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Wednesday, Friday. 6
FORD SEDAN
1919 Ford Sedan with starter. Run
only 1500 miles. Just like new. Bar Bargain.
gain. Bargain. AUTO SALES CO., Mack Tay Taylor,
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Duty Before the World.
Millions of gallant young men hars
fought for the new world. Hundreds
of thousands died to establish IL If
we fall to honor the promise given to
them we dishonor ourselves. What
'does a new world mean? What was
ithe old world like? It was a world
where toil for myriads of honest work workers,
ers, workers, men and women, purchased noth nothing
ing nothing better than squalor, penury, anx anxiety
iety anxiety and wretchedness a world
scarred by slums and disgraced by
sweating, where unemployment through
the vicissitudes of Industry brought
.'despair to multitudes of humble
homes; a world where, side by side
with want, there was waste of the In Inexhaustible
exhaustible Inexhaustible riches of the earth, partly
through Ignorance and want of fore-
'thought, partly through entrenched
selfishness. If we renew the lease of
that world we shall betray the heroic
'dead. We shall be guilty of the basest
perfidy that ever blackened a people's
fame. David Lloyd George.
Qolden Pheasant Feathers.
A considerable source of profit ex
.1st In the feathers of the golden
pheasant, which are used In salmon
fishing. These birds, which are na natives
tives natives of China, are the hardiest of the
pheasant trihf. nl are not nt all
trou?U Mime o re::r !n this country
Use the Star's Unclassified CoZumn.

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dipped into the article and found that
it referred to the "startling ignorance
about Florida" displayed by an ill in informed
formed informed and perhaps prejudiced person
who had broken into the columns of
a Philadelphia farm paper. After
which we felt better.

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Spring officially began last Sunday.
So far, it hasn't sprung very high.

The farmer has a six-hour day

before dinner, and another six-hour
day before bedtime.
This is stew-meat week, but we
blushingly admit we have bitten off
all the steak we could get our teeth in.
Secretary Daniels says America
must have a big navy, but if men like
Daniels and Benson are to control the
navy the smaller it is the better.
. One thing can truthfully be said
about Bainbfidge .Colby, and that is
he is the best-looking secretary of
state Mr. Wilson has had.

BONDS OR NO BONDS

We guess from the two double col columns
umns columns on the editorial page of the
Palni Beach Post Tuesday, Joe Ear Ear-man
man Ear-man has outrun his hookworms.

The millinery shops are busy day
and night in building Easter hats, a
good many of which would cost no
more if they were made of dollar bills.
That outbreak of bolshevism far
over in West Prussia is like a blaze
started by a burning brand winged by
the wind from the great Red Russian
fire.

Senator Reed says the United
States has discharged its debt. We
might say Senator Reed had' quit be being
ing being good, but we don't know that he
ever was good.
.
Our Catts has appointed a Catholic
sheriff of Brevard county. If our
Catts lives long enough he will kiss
the pope's toe before he dies provid provided,
ed, provided, of course, the pope will let him.

Forrest Lake of Sanford is after
little Joey Sears' congressional goat

in the fourth, and Joe Earman says

the said goat is as good at got. Per

haps, but little Joey is some goat
getter himself.

After practicing with tolerable suc success
cess success as ambassador to the half-civiliz-.ed
Turks. Henry Morgenthau will try
his hand as ambassador to the' more
than half-uncivilized Mexicans. He
goes at his own risk, of course.
Out of the fifteen million- dollars
raised by Southern Baptists for edu educational
cational educational purposes, the Southern Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Educational Board has awarded
$100,000 to Stetson University, Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's great Baptist school. Stetson
deserves it.

The man who talks all the time
about the rottenness of men in office,
and then does not pay his poll tax,
register and vote, deserves to be muz muzzled
zled muzzled and pilloried when he again tries
to hot air the crowd. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. You've said it.

Once upon a time the Times-Union
poked fun at some of the small-town
dailies because of their headlines.
Last night, when solacing ourself, as
usual, with the Times-Union, what did
we see, right on the editorial page
but the alarming headline, "Startling
Ignorance of Florida." Supposing of
course that the Times-Union had
found out that there was a startling
amount of ignorance in Florida, we

This question will be asked again

April 20, and what the. reply will be
is of course conjecture, but the indi-!
cations now are that it will be in the

affirmative.

, People are not talking much, which

may or may not be a good sign. Of

those who express their feelings, it
is noticeable nearly all who were
against bonds the last time are now
for them. If all who were for them
last December are standing by the
faith, the election is as good as won.
But we can't be sure of this until the

votes are counted.
It is generally conceded that the
second proposition is better than the

first. It is for but a third of the

money, and tho it will cover less
ground, the roads it is to be spent on
arc those of the most importance.
And the federal and state aid is the
same as for the more expensive plan
that me defeat last December. For
success in that election, the county
was promised 14 per cent assistance.
For success in this one it is promised
50 per cent.
The indications are that the pre precincts
cincts precincts along the Dixie Highway will
give a greater majority for bonds
than they did last December, that
Dunnellon and the northwest pre precincts,
cincts, precincts, Anthony and Sparr, will give
a smaller majority against, while
those east of the river will give about
the same vote. It is prophesied that
Belleview will do better for bonds
than last time, and some fear that
Summerfield will do worse, on ac account
count account of the decision to run the Dixie
Highway on the east side of the lake
instead, We think, however, that
Summerfield voters are better sports
than that.
We hear that some former bond op opponents
ponents opponents will vote for bonds or not
vote against them because, they say,
the good roads people are going to
keep on calling elections until they
win, so it will save trouble to quit op opposing
posing opposing them.

This is about the truth. The coun county
ty county must have as good roads as other

counties. They may be staved off

awhile, but their coming is inevitable,

and the only result in keeping them
out of the county will be to put the
county behind the rest of the state.

Meantime the county must go on pay
ing the road tax with the other coun

ties. Roads or no roads, we must

pay. Taxation we will have if we do

not have representation, it -will be our

own fault.

Just look at Eastern Levy, which
since our refusal to bond in Decem December
ber December has walked right by us with $400, $400,-000
000 $400,-000 to build a road along our western
border a road which a whole lot of
Marion county travel will take if we
don't match it with the Dixie High Highway.
way. Highway. And there is little Sumter, who
has come up to our southern border,
holding out her hands and crying,
"Aw, come in, big Sis; the water is
finel"
How can we fail to keep up with
the one, and how can we snub the
other?
Now, as for our northeastern pre precincts,
cincts, precincts, which talk about making a
separate district and building roads
of their: own because they say they
haven't been treated right and the
Dixie Highway is for Ocala only.
We admit they haven't been treated
right, and they will admit that the
Star and a good many Ocala people
have tried to have them treated -better.
But if they will study the map
and reason. the matter out, they will
have to admit that the Dixie Highway
is nearer being an all-county road
than any other road can be. It runs
thru the thickest areas of population
and it is on the. route that serves the
most travel. Also, when they vote
bonds for the Dixie Highway, they
are voting for the state road to the
west, and none of their homes are
more than a dozen miles from one or
the other.
Also, if they try to build a separate
road district, they will find they
haven't the money. They can't build
forty or fifty miles of the best road
by themselves. When they go to pull
the load, they will miss Ocala's sturdy
shoulder at the wheel. Say what you
please about Ocala. she pays her
share and then some when it comes to
footing the bills.
And as for Dunnellon, if the bond
issue is defeated, there will be a gap
in the state road that would other

wise come to her limits, and she will
be up in the air. Dunnellon is too
progressive a community to be con content
tent content as a broken link in a good roads
chain.
The people east of the river feel
that as they won't got any road any anyhow,
how, anyhow, they might as well try to stave
off the taxes. But those who live near
the river are close to the Dixie High Highway
way Highway and need it. Also, their great
section of the county needs develop development,
ment, development, and the nearer transportation
comes to them the sooner they will
have it.
As for the friction that has arisen
between the east and west sides of
the lake, the people of Summerfield
should remember that they have a
fairly good road oyer which will pass
the bulk of the travel between Ocala
and Tampa. They can get on the
Dixie Highway in fewer miles than
the people on the eastern side of the
lake and the river could get on it if
the road ran thru Summerfield. It is

HE WILL ADDRESS MARION COUNTY PEOPLE AT FELLOWSHIP
FRIDAY, AT DUNNELLON APRIL 1 AND IN
OCALA APRIL 2
Senator Fletcher's campaign manager, Mr. Arthur T. Williams, ?ends
the Star the list of dates for his speeches between now and the evening of
April 2nd, when he will deliver an address in Ocala:
Monday, March 29 Tavares. Night
Tuesday, March 30 Bushnell, Ni-ht
Wednesday, March 31 Brooksville. Night
Thursday, April 1 Floral City
Thursday, April 1 Inverness, Afternoon
Thursday, April 1 Dunnellon, Night
Friday, April 2 Ocala, Night

simply a case of the road serving the
greater number good democratic
doctrine, which all should assent to.
The proposition is simply this: The
entire county needs good roads. In
order to have good roads, we must
begin somewhere. That long line
from Evinston to Weirsdale is the
best place to begin. And it is the
only part of the county that can build
a long stretch of road without help
of the other parts. It would rather
have their help. If they will help it,
it will help them. It is to the interest
of Ocala, and all the towns along the
Dixie Highway that lateral roads
reach out to Williston and Dunnellon,
to Fort McCoy, Orange Springs, along
the Oklawaha and across the wilder wilderness
ness wilderness to the St. Johns. But this Dixie
Highway strip must have help must
have more people, more business,
more taxable property in order to
help the rest of the county. If the
other sections keep it down, it can't
help them up.
Let's begin at the beginning. "Let's
work for one great county, ribbed
with uptodate roads. Let's drop petty
jealousies, and all help each other,
for in so doing we most surely help
ourselves.

The first diplomatic document to be
signed by Secretary of State Colby

will be a note to the Allies re-stating
the United States' position that the
Turks should be expelled from Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. The note will be transmitted as
soon as signed and will hold the Allies'
reasons for leaving the Turks in Con Constantinople
stantinople Constantinople unsound. We hope the
Allies will not be so rude as to in inform
form inform Mr. Colby that as the United
States is not helping them, their
policy is none of America's business.
They might also tell Mr. Colby that
if the United States doesn't pacify
Mexico, they will have to attend to
that job themselves before many
months pass.
Bruce MefFert must run for the of office
fice office of county commissioner in Dis District
trict District 1. Bruce has been making good
as commissioner, and all his friends
want him to serve a full term, and
then another, if he will take it.
Bruce is a good boy, a good worker,
a level-headed business man and a
live wire. He knows his district like
a book can tell where he is on the
darkest night by the bumps under his
auto wheels. Bruce is busy with his
own business, and has about half-way
decided not to run,, but we can't let
him off that way. Sentence Bruce for
two years, with another two years on
for good behavior.

NOTICE
The annual meeting of the stock

holders of the Ocala Athletic Asso Association
ciation Association will be held April Gth, 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
iay come before the meeting.
Geo. K. Robinson, Secretary. I
C. W. Hunter, President.

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When the war began, the British
navy went after the Germans and
shut them up in their own harbors
and the Baltic sea. If it had not done
this, if it had hung around its own
shores, the Germans would have won
the war. Yet it seems that our navy
department for months after we went
into the war wanted to keep our ships
to defend our coast, which only a few
Geerman ships could reach. In short,
our navy department wanted our navy
tj do the same thing the German
navy was doing.
The American Legion, thru its ex executive
ecutive executive committee, asks for a bonus
of $1.50 a day during the time each
enlisted man was in service. This is
a modest demand compared with the
money paid to the millions of work workers
ers workers and slackers who lived in safety
and comfort behind the battle lines
and sea lanes held by the service men.
A. S. Wells of Tallahassee is a can candidate
didate candidate for the office of railroad com commissioner.
missioner. commissioner. Several others have an announced,
nounced, announced, but Wells is the most able
man in the bunch. He is also a proven
friend of Marion county. Give him
your vote.
Whenever the times comes when
Tennessee papers are not quarreling
with each other the temple of Janus
may properly be closed." Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. They have nothing on some Florida
papers.
FREE MOTOR INFORMATION

Mr. L. B. Bennett, lubricating engi engineer
neer engineer of the Texas Company, will be at
our filling station on Monday, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Wednesday, March 29. W and
31, to give free information as to the
proper lubrication of your motor re regardless
gardless regardless of the make of your car.
ANTO SALES CO..

' 25-6t Mack Taylor.

Ninety day and old fashion velvet j
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed i

corn. Ucala beed btore, phone 435. tf

MRS. SARA JANE MANLY
Vocal culture in Merchants' block.
Studio Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. 16-12t
All customers of Federal Bread arc
satisfied customers. Ask them. tf

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(Successors to E. C. Jordan & Co.)
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Calls Answered Promptly, Day or Night
Motor Equipment
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WHAT we're aiming at, is that it takes
both skill and precision to blend
tobaccos the Chesterfield way.
Blending, by Chesterfield's method, brings
out a new richness of flavor and mellowness
of taste that other and less skillful blending
methods fail to "discover.'
Chesterfields sure do "satisfy9 and not
in flavor alone, but in value, in quality,
also in their extra wrapping of moisture moisture-proof,
proof, moisture-proof, glassine paper that keeps the ciga cigarettes
rettes cigarettes m every package firm and fresh.
Today, ask your dealer for these "satis-fy-smokes."

That extra wrapper,
mind you, is the thing
that keeps the flavor in.

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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.
If you trade with us you will at least
have the benefit of our experience.

I! Everything Was As

Cheap As Our Ice

The cost cf living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worry' ng, however, because it isn't that way. Be glad that
ice is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving you
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.

Ocala Ice & Packing Co.

HUNTER'S AUTO EXCHANGE

C;iVE IT A TOUCH
OF NEW PAINT
and you give it new life. Fine,
fresh paint does make such a
difference to the body of a car,
which is the most conspicuous
part of an auto. We paint cars
with skill and care, and dry and
finish them with that new factory-like
look. Most of the
good-looking cars you see are
our work.

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.
TIRES, TUBES, GAS and OILS

LET US REPAIR, PAINT AND UPHOLSTER YOUR CAR, SO
YOU CAN ENJOY IT YOURSELF OR SELL TO ADVANTAGE.
AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED
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OCAU OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items,
phone five-one.
The R. A. M. degrees will be part of
Friday evening's work at the Masonic
lodge.

Misses Florence and Dorothy
Brooks of Lake Weir are in th city
today shopping.

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Atwater of Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka were in Ocala vesterdav. visit-

ing with friends.

Mrs. J. L. Davis and Miss Mamie
Pant of Irvine were charming visitors
to the Star office today.
Mrs. George Pasteur and Miss An Anna
na Anna Lou Souter of Anthony spent Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday in the city shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. George Carlton and
Mrs. J. F. Carlton of Sparr were
choppers in the city this morning.
Stop! Have you tried Federal Bread.

the "best bread in the world." 20-tf

BELLEVIEW

Miss Eloise Henry will return to
her home in Ocala today, after a pelas pelas-ant
ant pelas-ant weeks' visit with Miss Helen
Freeman, at her home, No. 706 South
Willow avenue. Tampa Tribune.
Mrs. M. H. StovalL after a very
pleasant ten days' visit with Mr. and
Mrs. W .0. Stovall, at their home in
Kaibor View, has returned to her
home in Oala. Tampa Tribune.
Some vandals have been desecrat desecrating
ing desecrating the Jewish cemetery. If the per perpetrators
petrators perpetrators are discovered they will be
severely punished. The proper treat treatment
ment treatment for such hyenas is a dose of No.
8 shot apiece.
Major Keightley, the aviator, will
return from his trip to Augusta to to-right
right to-right and will resume giving people
rides on his gasoline eagle tomorrow.
He also expects to give flights Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Jock Rantz of the Robert Coles
Scenic Production Company, with a
secretary and camera man, are spend spending
ing spending a few days in Ocala taking pic pictures
tures pictures for "The Fountain of Youth,"
v.n excellent picture which this com company
pany company will shortly release.
Cards have been received in the
city from Mr. and Mrs. Clem Purvis,
mailed from their new home, San
Juan, Porto Rico. They are very much
pleased and delighted with their new
home, but say there will never be any
place like Ocala to them. They asked
to be remembered to their friends.
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Anthony, March 24. The many
friends of Rev. and Mrs. N. B. Plum Plum-mer
mer Plum-mer are glad to know they are much
improved after a short illness.
Mr. Earl Bishop of Jacksonville,
spent a few days last week with his
father, Mr. F. W. Bishop.
Mrs. E. R. Neff and children ac accompanied
companied accompanied Mrs. Neff's brother, Mr.
Farl Bishop to their home Friday.
Mrs. J. A. Perkins of Ocala is the

guest of her mother, Mrs. A. B. Moore
this week.

Mr. Clarence Shealy with Mr. Allen

as a guest spent Sunday at home.

Mr. George Forbes is spending this
week with his sister, Mrs. D. E. Knob Knob-Icck
Icck Knob-Icck of Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Wing of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville spent Sunday with Mrs.
Wing's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Lamb.
School closed Friday and the pu pupils
pils pupils enjoyed a picnic at Silver Springs
Monday. Mrs. C. A. Harrison and
Miss Hettie Harwell will teach a pri private
vate private school, which will open next
Monday and continue for two months.
Miss Mattie Leitner left Saturday
for Ocala, where she will be the
guest of her sister, Mrs. B. Spencer.
Miss Beatrice Strange of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, who was intermediate teacher
of our school this term, left Monday
for her home. Miss Strange while
here made many friends who regret
to see her leave.
Mr. Stuart Sims spent Saturday in
Ocala as the guest of his sisters,
Misses Ola and Donnie Sims.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Young of Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, after a pleasant visit with
Mrs. Young's sister, Mrs. R. A. Bas-

kin, returned to their ohme Monday.
The parcel post sale given by the
Woman's Club Friday night at the
club house was well attended.
Mrs. W. W. Howell left Tuesday for
a few weeks visit to her granddaugh granddaughter,
ter, granddaughter, Mrs. J. M. Tison of Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lamb are the
proud parents of a fine baby boy.
Mrs. F. E. Beard, Mr. Otto Beard,
little Miss Mildred Beard and Miss
Ruby Tucker of Ocala were visitors in
Anthony Monday night.
Every one is cordially invited to at attend
tend attend the prayer meeting at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church every Wednesday night.

Rev. Thomas Williams of Citra de delivered
livered delivered interesting sermons at the
Anthony Methodist church Sunday
morning and evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Graham have re recently
cently recently moved into their dwelling,
which has just been completed.
Mr. F. S. Jennings and family ex expect
pect expect to occupy the Webb building,
which has just been vacated by Mr.
Graham.
Miss Pearl Forbes returned Sunday
to Yulee, where she will continue her
school work.

Belleview, March 24. Mrs. George
Grunthal entertained at the Civic
League hall Wednesday night by giv giving
ing giving a St. Patrick's party. Card play playing
ing playing was enjoyed, after which Mrs.
Wells and Mr. Armstrong sang and
refreshments were served.
Mrs. Maggie McClendon called on
Mrs. Grant in Ocala Wednesday.
Miss Ellie Tremere gave a party
Thursday night at her home in honor
of Miss Ethel McAlister.
The Baptist Young People's Union
gave a package social at their park
Thursday night.
Mrs. R. L. Sumner returned home
Thursday from Parish.
Bennie Shedd left Saturday for
High Springs, where he has work.
Frank Gale took a trip to St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tanner returned to
their home in Spartanburg, S. C, last
week.
Mr and Mrs. Ernest Tremere have
returned to Tampa.

Mr. and Mrs. Beardsley, Mrs. Van
Horn and little granddaughter, Mary

Helen and Mr. George Bailey return returned
ed returned to their homes in Rock Island, 111.,
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Blood and Reginald
returned to their home in York Beach,
Me., Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weihe and Alice
spent from Friday till Monday with
their daughter, Mrs. C. W. Winton in
Williston.
Mr. Clinton Martin left Sunday for
his home in Ohio.
Rev. Hammond preached two very
interesting sermons at the Methodist
church Sunday.
Miss Ethel McAlister and her par parents
ents parents returned to their home in Pitts Pittsburg
burg Pittsburg Monday.
The Belleview Workers' supper and
sale Friday night was a success. The
proceeds amounted to about $90.
The Civic League dance Friday
night was well attended and enjoyed
by all present.
Mr. Keeler of Connecticut is a new
guest at the Hotel Marion.
Mr. H. B. Monroe of Jacksonville
spent Sunday with his family.
The literary society gave a very
interesting program at the town hall
Monday night. The program includ included
ed included a reading by Mrs. Feuchter, a duet
by Mildred Baxter and Marienna
Stanley, a monologue by Mrs. Martin,
sclo by Rev. Lawhon, "Grandpa's
Aversion to Slang," by Ethel Free Freeman,
man, Freeman, piano duet. "Qui Veve," by Miss
Monroe and Mrs. Nelson, reading by
Mrs. Hopkins, solo by Mr. Hayward,
songs and recitations by Mrs. Wells
with piano accompaniment by Mr.
Armstrong.
The mother's meeting at the home
of Mrs. Fielding Tuesday afternoon
was well attended.
Mr. Stewart Armstrong of Boston
is visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary
Armstrong.
Mr. Leo Hames is working in Ox Oxford.
ford. Oxford. Mrs. Eddie Armstrong came from
Boston last week and has now gone to
Tampa.
Just arrived at the Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store the prettiest line of bath bathing
ing bathing caps ever shown in Ocala. 18-10t.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala,. Fla. tf.

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Distributor for
OVERLAND AND WILLYS-KNIGHT AUTOS
Full line Goodyear and United State Tires
EXIDE STORAGE BATTERIES

GAS, OILS AND GREASE
Phone 129 Ocala, Fla.

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FREE MOTOR INFORMATION

CAMS

Mr. L. B. Bennett, lubricating engi engineer
neer engineer of the Texas Company, will be at
our filling station on Monday, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Wednesday, March 29, 30 and
31, to give free information as to the
pioper lubrication of your motor re regardless
gardless regardless of the make of your car.
ANTO SALES CO.,
25-Gt Mack Taylor.
DRESSMAKING

I have opened an up-to-date shop
for dressmaking at Mrs. Bostick's
millinery parlors. Mrs. H. J. Jones. 6t

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To show our confidence in the AUTO
h'IKOP SAFETY RAZOR we allow
you to use it thirty days on trial, free.
You are the sole judge as to whether
it gives satisfaction or not.
Price S5.00
Each razor is enclosed in a substan substantial
tial substantial case, embossed nickle, leather, or
embossed polished gunmetal. Can be
adjusted to any beard. Let us show
you this little marvel.
THE COURT PHARMACY
Ocala, Fla.

d-THC Good eyes are your
' greatest asset. Proper

ifeiVv wult; U1 tycs is your
cec most important duty
J.YitS Help your eyes to help

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DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

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WESTERN MEATS
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FLORIDA BFEF, PORK,
POULTRY, ETC.,

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W. Broadway
Phone 110

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For Three Days
THIS WEEK
Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday.
One dozen tall cans fl CEZ
Van Camp's Cream. . P 1 Oi
One dozen No. 2 (11 P
Tomatoes
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Corned Beef, two 7
cans for. fOC
Roast Beef, two T C n
cans for f OC
White House Coffee
per pound OOC
Maxwell House Coffee CC
per pound OOC
Delivered Anywhere in Town
I. B. Whittington
Phone 377

Cail Five One Nine
The Old Reliable
Quick Delivery
Steak 35c.
Loin Steak 40-45c
Pork Chops 35c.
Roast : 30c.
Big Roast 25c
Stew 15c.
Fish, Oysters and Seasoning
Green Groceries
J. D. DawMns
111 WEST BROADWAY

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TAKE care of yourself, your
Health. Comfort anl good
complexion'. La Vida im improves
proves improves skin, scalp and hair, rests
tired nerves; relieves muscle sore soreness,
ness, soreness, insomnia, headaches; rheu rheumatism,
matism, rheumatism, tones up the whole body.

LaVida mean Life

A t.turdy, computet vibi a tor, yet
liffht and easy to use. Kits any
light socket. No parts to oil, it
can never wear out.
Comes complete, neatly boxed,
with three applicators for face,
scalp and body. Remcmlier, La.
Vida is more tluin a face ma-ajro
vibrator; it is for heavy body
treatment as well.
Every home needs La Vida. Le
it every day for your Health.
Beauty Comfort.

H. W. TUCKER

OCALA, FLA.

I Dixie Highway Garage

Ford Repairs a Specialty
We Use GenuintT Ford Parts in Our Ford Cars

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ALL SIZES

Gasoline, Oils and Grease

DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
JAMES ENGESSER, Proprietor
121 W. Broadway phone 373 Ocala, Florida

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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1920

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

Healtl

About
Gone

Many thousands of
women suffering from
womanly trouble, have
been benefited by the use
of Cardui, the woman's
tonic, according to letters
we receive, similar to this
one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell,
ofHayne.N.C. "I could
not stand on my feet, and
just suffered terribly,"
she says. "As my suf suffering
fering suffering was so great, and
he had tried other reme remedies,
dies, remedies, Dr. had us
get Cardui. I began
improving, and it cured
me. 1 know, and my
doctor knows, what Car Car-did
did Car-did did for me, for my
nerves and health wen
about gone."
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The Woman's Tonic

She writes furtheft H
am In splendid health .
can do my work. I feel I
owe it to Cardui, for I was
in dreadful condition."
If you are nervous, run rundown
down rundown and weak, or suffer
from headache, backache,
etc., every month, try
Cardui. Thousands of
women praise this medi medicine
cine medicine for the good it has
done them, and many
physicians who have used
Cardui successfully with
their women patients, for
years, endorse this medi medicine.
cine. medicine. Think what it means
to be in splendid health,
like Mrs. Spell. Give
Cardui a trial.
All Druggists
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LATEST LOCALS
Temperature this morning, 56; this
afternoon, 82.

Mr. Philip G. Murphy is a business
visitor in Gainesville today.
Rheinauer & Company have a spec special
ial special selection of Men's Easter ties it
25c. three for $1. 25-2t
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Blitch of
Irvine were well known visitors in the
city today.
Mr. F. C. Groover of Jacksonville,
president of the Groover-Stewart
Drug Company, is spending a few
cays in the city.
Miss Maggie Lytle has gone to
Nashyille, Tenn., where she will make
her home for some time .taking up
community nursing.
Six hundred ladies can get the
BIGGEST BARGAIN at Gerig's Spec Special
ial Special Sale. Come in and see for your yourself.
self. yourself. Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf
Mr. R. J. Lutes, manager of the
Keightley flyers, returned last night
from a business trip to Lake City,
Valdosta and other points. m
Mr. Albert W. Parramore of Eu Eureka,
reka, Eureka, one of Marion county's discharg discharged
ed discharged soldiers, is in town today making
preparations to take vocational train training
ing training from the government.
Mrs. O. Squires and Miss Mabel
Squires of Moss Bluff, Mrs. A. D.
Proctor, Mrs. J. C. Proctor and Miss
Ophelia Proctor of Pedro, are shop shoppers
pers shoppers in the city today.
Men's new spring oxfords in white,
brown, light and dark tan, at Rhein Rheinauer
auer Rheinauer & Company's. 25-2t
Mr. E. J. Moughton has arrived in
the city to make his home and has
accepted a position with Mclver &
MacKay. Mr. Moughton is an expert
draughtsman. He will be joined in a
very short time by his wife and baby.
vMen's new spring oxfords in white,
brbwn, light and dark tan, at Rhein Rheinauer
auer Rheinauer & Company's. 25-2t
The following shoppers were noted
in the different stores in town yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Misses Kathleen Clyburn and
Lilla Brown, Summerfield; Mrs. L.

Hattie Kenny and Miss Mabel Kenny
and Mrs. Mary Ramsey, Fruitland
Park; Mrs. Charlotte White, Mrs.
Ethel Clark and Miss Lucille White,
Chicago; Misses Vivian Douglas and
Grace Turner, Shady.
Men's new spring oxfords in white,
brown, light and dark tan, at Rhein Rheinauer
auer Rheinauer & Company's. 25-2t
The teachers and pupils of the pri primary
mary primary school are anxious for more
books for their school library. They
have had a library there for several
years, but few books have been added
lately and numbers of them are miss missing.
ing. missing. As all the reading books in the
primary school have been changed
this year, a request is being made

ave Your Motor Washed

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Mr. L. B. Bennett, lubricating engineer of
the Texas Company will be at our filling station
on North Main Street
Monday, Tuesday an r Wednesday,
March 29th, 30th and 31st
to give free information as to the proper lubri lubrication
cation lubrication of your motor regardless of make.
For next week only we will sell Texas Motor
Oil at wholesale price
5 gal. Texas Motor Oil, Medium $3.50
5 gal. Texas Motor Oil, Heavy 4.00
5 gal. Texas Motor Oil, Extra 4.50
Compare these prices with those you are
now paying, to say nothing of the free cleaning
service that is yours.
This offer is open until April 3rd only

Aunft Sales C

Mack Taylor

through the Parent-Teacher Associa

tion to all parents who have these old
books in their homes and who have no
further need for them, to please send
them by their children to the primary
school for use in the school library
there. Any books or school reading
books suitable for children through
the third grade will be gladly received.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

j WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOU
I SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM

ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Mrs. P. V. ieavengood left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Jacksonville, to be with
her mother, Mrs. Alva DeVane, who
is quite ill at the home of her son, Mr.
John DeVane. The many friends of
this family trust that Mrs. Leaven Leaven-good
good Leaven-good will find her mother much im improved
proved improved upon her arrival, and that she
will soon be entirely well again.

Three pair men's socks for $1, in
white, navy, brown and black. This
price is for a few days only Rheinauer
k& Company. 25-2t
Talk about chorus girls, but when
the Woman's Club gives its minstrel
at the Temple April 9, there will be a
sextet of local peaches in the chorus
that would make a man's eyes drop
out to look at. All the baldheaded men
in town are advised to secure front
seats early.
GREETINGS.
It ay enough to b formal;
It's easy to be polite;
For such are the methods normal
By which we keep going right.
There are phrases we use when mftctlax
Of fine elaborate show show-But
But show-But there's nothing excels the greeting
Of a simple, direct "Hello!"
Even the telephone lemls It
A genial and breezy boost.
As Borne one. afar, extends It
Who hasn't been Introduced.
And sometimes a churl will grab It,
And It's time to be going slow.
Lest somehow you catch his habit
Of a chilly and curt "Hello!"
But grouches can't conquer the feeling.
Earnest and all sincere,
That the. good old world is revealing
When a cherished friend draws near.
Free from all faint misgiving.
It brings to your heart the glow
That reminds yon that life's worth living
As he says. "Old pal, hello!"
Washington Star.

IN THE NOT-DISTANT FUTURE

Education of "Little Johnnies" of Next
Generation May Be Conducted
Along Sanitary Lines.

She conducted her school on the
strictest and most approved hygienic
principles, and

before deciding
to take little Wil Willie
lie Willie as a scholar
she asked hiiu
the usual ques questions.
tions. questions. "Have you had
your vermiform
appendix re removed?"
moved?" removed?" she Inquired.

"Yes, ma'am." promptly replied lit little
tle little Willie.
"Have you your own sanitary slate
sponge, a disinfected drinking cup, cer certificate
tificate certificate for inoculation for the croup,
chicken-pox and measles?"
"Yes, ma'am."
"Do you possess a patent antiseptic
dinner box, and do you wear a col collapsible
lapsible collapsible life belt, a camphor bag
round your throat, and insulated rub rubber
ber rubber heels for crossing the electric
lines? And have you taken out a life
Insurance policy against all the en encroachments
croachments encroachments of old age?".
"I can truthfully say Yes,' ma'am."
"Then hang your cap upon the in insulated
sulated insulated peg, and proceed to learn on
sanitary lines."

Trench Logs Used for Seesaws.
Children are playing on seesaws im improvised
provised improvised from logs remaining from the
bombardment in Reims and the play playgrounds
grounds playgrounds have been made by filling in
shell holes in open plots of ground.
German prisoners have furnished the
labor of preparing them. But the chil children
dren children are playing again, and growing
healthy, and strong.
The American Y. W. C. A. maintains
two such playgrounds in Reims In dis distant
tant distant parts of the city. Both are in the
center of populous regions and the
children play In them from 9 until 11
In the morning. They are safely out
of the way, then, while their parents
work at rebuilding their homes, or iheir
mothers are making clothes and cur curtains
tains curtains on the sewing machines at the
Y. W. C. A. Foyer des Alliees.

War Crippled 800,000 Britons.
More than eight hundred thousand
Englishmen are permanently dUabled
as a result of war, according to the
official estimate just given out. This
figure represent about 5 per cent of
the total number of workers in the
entire country.
A request has been sent broadcast
to every employer who has work for
more than ten men asking him to em employ
ploy employ partly disabled soldiers to a num number
ber number not less than 5 per cent of his
total force. Already approximately
seven-eighths have found employment,
but there remain loO.Ooo who still are
st-ur hi.: for einphiyment.

Three pair men's socks for $1, in
white, navy, brown and black. This
price is for a few days only Rheinauer
& Company. 25-2t
SEEDS!

RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 55c. ;three times, 50c; six times
75c.; one month $3. Payable in advance.

WANTED Circle s a w w-ycr
ycr w-ycr for small mill. Can
pay 50c per hour to righl
man Must be a hustler
and keep mill going,
Phone orwritc T. S.
Mathews, Reddick, Fla.
WANTED Two sales salesman.
man. salesman. See L. A. Gabel.
FOR SALE Un account oi work now
done by a tractor, three good plow
mules. Price .$200 each. Apply Parker
Painter, Broadacres, fV-: miles north
of Ocala on the West Anthony
read. 24-Gt

OGALA 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::;o o'clock until further notice.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, W. M.

R. A. M. CHAPTER No. 13

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.

I H. S. Wesson, H. P.
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WOfiDMfcN OF THE WORLD

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 pea-nuts,
nuts, pea-nuts, well matured for seed; 12
cents per pound in any quantity. An Anthony
thony Anthony Farms, Anthony, Fla. 24-tf

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

FOR SALE Cut down 1918 model
Ford; new tires; A-l condition; price
for immediate sale $350 cash. Ad Address
dress Address P. O. Box 424. Ocala, Fla. 25-tf

FOR SALE Lot on West Broadway
near fair grounds, 158 feet square;
tour-room house; cash price $300. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Randolph Moore, Evinston,
Fla. 25-6t
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Two rooms, suitable for light house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping and with all modern improve improvements.
ments. improvements. Apply to C. Y. Miller, 124 S.
Tenth street. 3-24-tf

FOR SALE Eight months old -purebred
Jersey-Duroc boar, son of the
piant Defender boar that heads the
Anthony Farms herd and the top of
ten gilts purchased from this herd last
spring. Price, $75. Apply Parker
Painter, Broadacres, f! miles north
oi Ocala on the Anthony road. 24-Gt
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone
146. 2-m

FOR SALE One eight-year-old mare
mule, weight around 950 pounds. Price
$250. E. B. Lytle, Weirsdale, Fla., 12t

FOR SALE I have three half-acre
lots for sale at a bargain on Fort
King avenue just opposite Dr. C. B.
Ayer's residence. Jack Thomson. 12t

FOR SALE One 1919 Chevrolet tour touring
ing touring car; new tires and painted; one
1919 Ford touring car, new tires.
Ocala Motor Co., C. E. Simmons. 23-3t
WANTED A kind, middle aged lady
wants home with one or two elderly
people, country home preferred. Ad Address
dress Address "R." Route A, Box 13. 20-lt
HIDES WANTED We are paying
the highest market price for green
and salted hides. Full weight. B.
Goldman, Ocala, Fla. 20-tf
FOR SALE S. C. White Leghorn
eggs for hatching, 260-egg strain,
$2.50 per setting. H. W. Helman, Rt.
A, Box 130, Ocala, Fla. 20-3t
FOR SALE Two large proven bitxd
sows, grades, one Poland China, one
Duroc. Will have pigs in a few weeks.
Both are exceptionally line sows.
Price $00 each. Also three smaller
grade sows soon to have pigs at $40
each. Parker Painter, Broadacres,
56 miles north of Ocala on the We3t
Anthony road. 24-6t
FOR SALE 14 Ford in good condi condition
tion condition except top; $250 cash for quick
trade. Dixie Garage, James Engesser,
Ocala, Fla. 20-Gt

FOR SALE Two Jersey cows, one
extra fine, giving three gallons per
day; other to be fresh in few days. C.
A. Holloway, 715 Lime St. Ocala. 19-tf

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PLYMOUTH
ROCK FOR
HATCHING

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

Ninety day and old fashion velvet ;
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed i

corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
MRS. SARA JANE MANLY
Vocal culture in Merchants' block.
Studio Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. 16-12t

WOOD!
OAK and PINE
Cut to Any Length
PROMPT DELIVERY
GILES WOOD YARD
PHONE 112

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets, at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. in. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas.'K. Sage, Clerk.
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.

See Me
For All Classes Oi
Stone, Brick, Wood,
and Concrete
Building1,
j. D. McCasMlI
Contractor
Phone 44C. 728 Wenona St.

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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 Return
Shoes to Any Part of Town
110 W. Broadway. Phone 143

OCALA LODGE Nu. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
J. H. Spencer, E. R.
KNKiHTS OF PYTHIAS

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Ocala, Ixuge No. 11). 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 i.rcthei 3.
W. M. Parker, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. S.

M IK I AM Kfc&iHkAfi LODGE NO. 15

Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:15 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
Tampa-

1 2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am'
! 2:15 am Manatee- 3:35 pm
j ,..' St. Petersburg
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:25 pm Tampa-St. P'tersbrg 4:05 pm

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD

Miriam Uebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first ana third Monday eve evening
ning evening in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Miss Ruth Ervin. N. G.
Miss Ruth Hardee. Secretary.

Leave

Arriva

Special sale beginning Monday. A
sixty-cent jar Coco Butter Cold
Cream and a fifty-cent box Charuiona
F'ace Powder, both for C3 cent3 at
Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf

2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 3:15 am
1 :45 pm J'ksonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am J'ksonville-G'nesvile 10:18pm
3:18 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox

j :25 am Dun'ellon-LTcelnd 11:03 pm
j 3 :25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm

10:13 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 1 1:50 am
. Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.

L'se the Star's Unclaimed Column.

GARAGE

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S E R Y 1 C E

OCALA MOTOR COMPANY

Phone 71

OPPOSITE
OCALA IRON WORKS

C. E. SIMMONS

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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

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PIANOS, BAGGAGE.
MACHINERY,
I'lIRNITURE, ETC.

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Phone 296

THE WINDSOR HOTEL
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 non

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

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