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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Tuesday, colder tonight, probably
frost in extreme north portion.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1920.
VOL. 26, NO. 82
On Tuesday, April 20th, Marion County Will Vote For Bonds
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EASIER CA1E II
SNOW AID ICE

People of the Middle and Southwest Southwest-.
. Southwest-. ern States Heartened by the
Weather Prediction
(Associated Press)
Chictga, April 5. The middle
west and southwest, digging out from
a record breaking Easter snow fall,
is heartened by the prediction of a
return of balmy weather. Cattle are
reported to have suffered in the open
country of the southwest. But few
reports of crop damage have been re received.
ceived. received. The snowdrifts buried rail railroad
road railroad tracks, city boulevards and
country roads throughout the affected
regions. The trains are moving hours
behind their schedules. Telegraph
and telephone communication is crip crippled
pled crippled and melting snow threatens to
rood the streams.
SNOW IN THE SOUTH
Washington, April 5. Snow and
freezing temperatures are reported in
many sections of the South.
STRIKE SUCCESSFUL
)anish Cabinet, by Demand of Work
men, was Dismissed
fAfcu;iated Press!
Copenhagen, April 5. An agree agreement
ment agreement to end the general strike which
forced the king to dismiss the cabinet
ended today the conference of employ employers
ers employers and employees.
VOTING IN MICHIGAN
IN SPITE OF SNOW
(Associated Press)
Detroit, April 5. Snow from two
to six inches covers Michigan, where
the voters are registering in the pre preference
ference preference presidential candidates.
GOVERNMENT CLAIMS
IT WAS DEFRAUDED
(Associated Press)
Miami, April 5. One hundred
jurors have been summoned for. a
special term of federal court to try
T. J. Peters, C. F. Goodman, W. W.
n-nA T. Tl VwiAa VtQfrraA xr tVl
defrauding the government in build-
ing aeronautical camps here and at
Key West.
RELIEF FOR
. SOLDIERS REFERRED
( Associated Press?
Washington. April 5. The
house
wayg and means committee has refer-
,.in Ai Lw
retl all pending soldier relief measures
to five sub-committees.
CONDITION OF OSTEEN
HOSPITAL CORRECTED
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 5 The condition
of the' army general hospital at Os-
teeri, N. C, has been corrected. Sur Surgeon
geon Surgeon General Ireland of the war de department
partment department announced.
SEEDS
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
To show our confidence in the AUTO
STROP SAFETY RAZOR we allow
v in it thirtv da on triaL free.
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p;OD ee flfl
Each razor is enclosed in a subs tan.
t.al case, embossed nickle. leather, or
emDossea ponsnea gunmeiai. urn De
adjusted to any beard. Let us snow
you mis uuie marvel.
Tur rmiDT diiadma Arv
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OCQlO FlQ
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FOG HAMPERS

THE FERRIES
Railroads Claim Boats Have Full j
Crews, but Strikers Say They j
are Gaining Ground j
(Associated Press)
New York, April 5. Fog is ham hampering
pering hampering the ferries, which the railroads
claim are now equipped with full
cx'vws. Union representatives de- j
clare the strike of marine transport
workers is gaining ground.
INTEND TO BLOCK
OSCEOLA AVENUE
Our people will not be pleased to
learn that it is the intention of the
Atlantic -Coast Line to put in a spur
track on Osceola avenue, crossing
East Second street in such a manner
as to make them almost impassable
for autoes and dangerous for foot pas
sengers.
Pillans & Smith are building a
warehouse on the southeast corner of
Osceola and East Second. A very
brief note in the council proceedings
of Sept. 16, 1919, announces that they
had been granted a permit to build
the warehouse and a spur to it. As
very few people noticed this, even
fewer knew that if the plan was car carried
ried carried out it would block one of the
city's most traveled streets.
The plan is to put in a switch al almost
most almost in front of R. E. Yonge's front
gate, and run a track from there
acioss Second street to and alongside
the warehouse. There is now another
sidetrack on the other side of the
main line, and the two with the main
track would make the avenue impas impas-able
able impas-able for any but foot passengers.
Osceola avenue from Third street
to Fort King is used by nearly all
the people coming into town from Pe Pedro
dro Pedro and all the country this side one
of our most important streets, in fact.
The council has no right to allow the
railroad to block it up in this manner,
especially when it is wel known that
the railroad will not do anything for
l4LkA 4- i n
r"" J aa a a
. . f,
. .. . . :
and it is our opinion that any attempt
of the railroad to build such a track
wlU be met Wlth an "Junction.
JAPS WANT US TO JOIN
With Them, English and French in
Financing China
(Associated Press)
Shanghai, April 5. Japanese bank-
C1 "ca"c .To.- iT'T "
which the United States, Great Bnt-
ain and France would take the domi
nant position in financing China, ac
cording to Thomas W. Lamont.
ORDER THEM OUT
If We Must Fight the Japs, Let Do It
Before Their Numbers
Increase
Cleveland, O.. April 4. Japanese
birth rate in California is so high,
and their standard of living so low,
that any immigration policy other
than exclusion will result in the ul-
timate destruction of the American
EYJ? e?" t' e lw
I V'T,. ... X J f"'
ijserted yesterday in a luncheon ad-
mess uuuic tiic vjiLjf Viuu.
"The Japanese have neither the
ability, the desire nor the power un
der their government to become citi
zens of this country," Mr. McClatchy
said.
"They are unassimilable. They do
not care for citizenship. Their gov
ernment expects Japanese in this
country to remain loyal to the coun
try oi tneir tamers, ana tney are
loyal to Japan."
The chief objection to the Japan
ese is not racial antipathy, but the
knowledge that their economic advan
tages make it hopeless for the white
race to compete with them, Mr. Mc
Clatchy explained.
PALMER STARTS AFTER
THE PRESIDENCY
(Associated Press)
Washington. Anr 1 S. Atinmpv
TGenearl Palmer goes to Georgia to-
presidential nomination.
I A
wmTE MEN ON TRIAL FOR
ATTACKING WHITE GIRLS
i (Associated Press)
ree
Greenwood, S. C, April 5. The
special session of court at Abbeville,
I began today, for the trial of John and
(Kenneth Gossett, whites, charged with
attacking two prominent white girls.

ELEVEN ROADS

HELD UP
Nine Thousand Men Out in Chicago
Against Orders of the
Unions
Associated Press)
Chicago, April 5. Train service
here is virtually demoralized owing to
spread of the unauthorized strike, ac-
cording to the eleven roads affected
The strikers claim that 9000 men will
bo out today. Police Chief Gharrity
is holding his entireforce in -reserve,
fearing possible riots, and says the
situation is so serious he may have to
call on the military. Officials of the
two big unions have ordered the men
bac kto work.
ALIENS MAY DICTATE
TO AMERICANS
Reasons Why Socialists Were Expell Expelled
ed Expelled from the New York
Assembly
(New York Times)
If the five socialist members of the
New York assembly are expelled for
disqualification, as recommended by
the majority report of the judiciary
committee, there are two ways by
which they can regain their political
standing and eligibility. Either their
socialist constitution must be amend amended
ed amended or the constitution of the United
States of American and the state of
New York must be amended. The con conflict
flict conflict between the constitutions is evi evident
dent evident and irreconcilable, savs by
amendment; and as these socialist
members are pledged to obey their
cwn constitution and to carry out the
instructions of their own conventions
and national executive committee, it
will be plain to candid minds that
they cannot in conscience and good
faith take the required oath to "sup "support
port "support the constitution of the United
States and of the state of New
York."
The majority report went much too
far when it said thatrf the socialist
party of America is "a disloyal organ-j
1 I
ization composed exclusively of per
petual traitors." A socialist can be
a traitor only in war, not perpetu perpetually,
ally, perpetually, and it may be that a 'good many
socialists would choose to be unfaith unfaithful
ful unfaithful to their constitution rather than
become traitors to their country. But j
out of the mouths of their own wit wit-nee
nee wit-nee sses, and notably by the testimony
of Mr. Hillquit, their own counsel,
the character, the principles and the
aims of the socialist "party'' were
clearly established and were shown to
be incompatible with support of the
laws and the constitution of the
United States and that of the state of
New York. A single citation from the
socialist constitution makes this evi evident.
dent. evident. It is declared in Section 6 of
that constitution that "any member
cf -the socialist party, elected to an
office, who shall in any way vote to
l
appropriate moneys ior military or
naval purposes or for war shall be
expelled from the party." The com
mittee's report says of this that "the
promise to oppose all military or nav naval
al naval appropriations and appropriations
for war is a part of the plan of the
socialist party to destroy the existing
form of government and substitute
the government of the proletariat, as
fully appears by their propaganda."
The committee is justified in saying
that the refusal to appropriate money
icr national deienses "involves a
species of state suicide."
When the people of the United
States established their constitution
they declared in the preamble that it;
was their purpose to "establish jus
tice, insure domestic defense, pro
n'ote the general welfare and secure
the blessings of liberty to ourselves
and our posterity." We know that
the aims of the socialist party, of
which these assemblymen are mem members,
bers, members, are very different. Proletariat
rule, and proletariat rule is the pur purpose
pose purpose they have in view, would not es establish
tablish establish justice, and certainly it would
not "secure the blessings of "liberty
to ourselves and our posterity," for
we have before our eyes the great ex example
ample example of the rule of the proletariat in
Russia, where liberty does not exist,
where there is no pretense of justice
as we understand that word, and
where domestic tranquility is secured
only by the slaughter of those who
oppose the present ruling class.
Moi-eover, the socialist party is not
a political party in any true sense of
the word, for the members of a polit political
ical political party must be citizens, and the
qualification for membership in the
socialist party is only that of resi-
much as the executive committee is-!
j sues orders to and exercises control j
' over socialist members of the legis-1

FRENCH WILL
ME FORWARD

Intend to Attack German Troops Un Unless
less Unless They Evacuate Ruhr
Basin Immediately
(Associated Press)
Paris, April 5. French military
measures to force the Geermans to
withdraw troops from the Ruhr basin
are in the hands of Marshal Foch, the
foreign office announced today. French
troops are. ready to move forward un unless
less unless the Germans promptly withdraw,
says a Wiesbaden dispatch.
INTEND TO HELP THE ESKIMO
(Associated Press)
Ranks and Victoria Island Will be
Reserved for Their
Benefit
Ottawa, April 5. The Banks and
Victoria Island in far northern Can Canada
ada Canada will be preserved for native Es Eskimo,
kimo, Eskimo, according to an order in coun coun-cill,
cill, coun-cill, forbidding hunting and trapping
there by foreigners. j
lative bodies, it might easily happen
that l committee of aliens would de determine
termine determine the action of members of the
New York legislature. Qualification
is the very essense of this question,
and the judiciary committee has es established
tablished established to the satisfaction of the
o,.fo w c,?oi;l Kv -OTJ
Fledge to support their own
take and keep the oath to support the
constitution of the state, v
TPVi' i rrVt 4- rf vanrocontofinn Viae
been invoked and the action of the
majority of the committee is attacked
for denying that right to a large num num-ber
ber num-ber of persons in the state who vote
r.s socialists. In any republican form
of government the right of represen
tation must be exercises under condi-l
tions. The conditions are clearly laidi
down, but the socialists have chosen
o.f
vv.mn.viw bum. I
compatible with those established and
observed by the majority of the peo-
pie. To insist that the members of
this organation, who openly aim at
the destruction of the government in
its present form and at the over overthrow
throw overthrow of the existing social organi organization,
zation, organization, 'have a right to take part in
the making of the laws is to insist
that the constitutoin of the state of
New York provides the means for its
own destruction. It ought to be clear
to every reasonable mind that no in

stitution, celestial, terrestial or in- Z I II u
fernal, could be successfully conduct- urne "' Elizabeth Tally; sunbeam,
ed on these principles. Every gov- H A.rmou oweJ.T- W; gus"
ernment,. every constitution, on the ?1I'.Vly?a Sr S7'
contrary, provides for its own defense, aTa Gf c Elizabeth McKay, Far Far-maintenance
maintenance Far-maintenance and continuance, and s Bryant; happy children, Muriel

punishes attempts at overthrow. No
! sane people would extend sanction and
encouragement to organizations
cherishing such purposes, by giving
1 1 .
toMrSto
with political parties loyal to the con
stitution and to the country.
TViicj tm;. w ,Mn JfoKiic
140 years. The social organization of
. -
the people of the United States is
much older. The vast majority of
them are content with their constitu constitution,
tion, constitution, their laws, their government,
with their society as it now exists.
They are a free people, they are re resolved
solved resolved to maintain their freedom, as
any revolutionary group rash enough
to challenge them will discover. They
, e 11 : t
mc iuic ui a auiaii niiiiuiitv aiming, .-
.vi:v j-xt a.
establish a very different form of
government, to make and to enforce
laws which would destroy freedom as
we know and enjoy it. If the mem
bers of the socialist party of Amer
crir, co of V,o,V n,0mUr, f AI.
Y.T. u j
udii, kite (Kiucuy lies in uicii uvii
v,on,ie TV,.,, v. k,o in,nr.
r tw prStanH AmprJ
ican institutions or know what lib liberty
erty liberty is. They have formulated and
Fr.S! Pj"f jPleI"e?i
iu mc vast, nicxjyji ui nuiciitaitii. ax
they wish to enjoy the full rights of
citizenship which thus far they have
abused, it behooves them to make
themselves worthy of the grant, to
put aside their disloval aims, their
practices and principles which are not
enly un-American but are detested bv
Americans. Let them become merged
m the common body of citizenship,
obedient to the laws and to the con-
stitution. Then they will be fre to
take part in lawful political activities,
to sit in legislative chambers and to
exercise their influence in making and
changing laws in the same manner as
that influence is exercised by other
Americans.
Use the Star's Unclassified Column.

ANY BASE BALL

THIS SUHER?
Board of Trade Would Like to Hare
the Question Decided at the
Meeting Thursday Night
Shall Ocala have baseball this sum summer?
mer? summer? If so, shall it be amateur, semi semi-professional,
professional, semi-professional, or professional? What
say the fans? An opportunity to an answer
swer answer these questions will be given at
the regular meeting of the Board of
Trade on Thursday night of this week
at 8 o'clock. Fans who have some
ideas under their hats should be pres present.
ent. present. The business men of the city
-should be present to lend a hand to
putting these ideas in effect. It takes
ball games to make a summer. It
may not be possible to break into a
league and everything, but the old
town can show the world that she's
still on the baseball map, as in the
days, of old. Ball at Hunter Park and
a swim afterwards at the springs!
Think it over and bring your thinks
to the Board of Trade Thursday night.
Let's make those Thursday afternoon
half-holidays "days of real sport.".
EASTER SERVICES
The following Easter services were
rendered at the Methodist church Sun Sunday
day Sunday night:
Instrumental prelude (organ)
Mrs.'G. L. Taylor.
Processional.
Opening chorus, "Hail Him" Ele-
mentary Department
constitu-L,.Keaim. e Victorious
Life"
Recitation, "Light of the World"
Polly Smith,
XI U.l, T TV .1 II
an P63 V0ngrlgaon;
Devotional Rev. C. W. White.
Anthem by church choir.
Reading, "The Savior Victorious"
Majorie Burnett.
Reading, "Welcome Day of Glad Gladness"
ness" Gladness" Lena Ricketson.
Hymn, "Crown Him With Many
Crowns"Congregation.
Part piece, "Glad Eastsr Has
- Ti n :v-r'
T.-.1 t o IT A.
" x Yf f 01T"S'
L, Ht"
.
Recitation, "The Lord is Risen"
Bertie Anderson.
Vocal solo, "I Know that My
deemer Lives" Miss Maud L. Little,'
Miss Clara Ricketson.
Recitation, "Lilies Swing Your
of White" Laura Merle Sewell.
Part piece. "When Flowers Wake
Up" Frost, Frances Brooks; cold
I j r r t i. a. T7i
a"owa' riora ora
I lor.
Recitation, "When Birds Come
Back" Dale Gates, Roger Dodd, Har-
? Williams. William Richey. Bobbie
Song, "Springtime" Lora Thoma3,
J3" Bitting. Marguerite Counts,
I !Yi ft ft n o Wiuoro
Address Mr. L. W. Duval, super
intendent.
Offertory Mrs. C. W. Moremen.
Anthem- Church choir.
Part piece, "Music of Easter Bells"
Juniors.
Part piece, "O Happy Bells" Nell
Alexander, Elizabeth Atkinson, Ethel
Fillans, Mary Newton Green, Grace
lexander.
I Readme, "Our Jesus Went Oft
, r , .
ITnru the Meadows" Christian Wish
art.
Song, "Easter Lilies" Elementary
Department.
Exercise, "An Easter Message
r. r- i t to. r
Mfte 3111 Bitting
I Recitation, "An Easter Flower
.
1 ut Louis Bryant.
Anthem, "The King of Glory" The
i choir.
Benediction.
BUSY WITH T1IEIR
OWN BUSINESS
(Associated Press)
wasnmgton, April o. ine presi
den having trouble in getting men
to ive UP their private business to
take places as public representatives
on tne rrailroad labor board, the
I ir 'llte ouse sya
INTEND TO CONTINUE
ANNOYANCE INDEFINITELY
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 5. Women pr
ponents of the Irish republic today re resumed
sumed resumed picketing the British embassy.
They say it will continue indefinitely.
There was no police interference..

CONFLICT AT THE
TOMB OF CHRIST
Holy Sepulcher Profaned Easter by
Bickering of Fanatic
Sects

(Associated Press)
Jerusalem, April 5. One hundred
and eighty-eight casualties, mostly
slight, occurred Easter as a result of
conflict. The military is in control
of the situation.
RIVER SLOWLY RISING
Believed, However, that the Worst of
the Trouble at Chattanooga
is Over
(Associated Press)
Chattanooga, April 5. The river is
still slowly rising but it is thought it
will begin to recede this afternoon.
A sudden fall in the temperature
brought snow. Several hundred izv?
habitants forced out of their homes
are being weil taken care of. Th
city has the situation in hand. t
ESCAPE OF INMATES FROM
- ILLINOIS INSANE ASYLUM
(Associated Press)
Chester, 111., April 5. An armed
posse is scouring the MississippPbot MississippPbot-toms
toms MississippPbot-toms searching for eight of the fifteen
inmates who escaped from the insane
asylum last night. The authorities
say the men are dangerous. Seven
were recaptured. Officials say the es escape
cape escape was fostered by negroes, who
beat the keeper into unconsciousness,
took his keys and liberated their com companions.
panions. companions. TEN LIVES LOST IN
THE SAVANNAH RIVER
Anderson, S. -C, April 5. Ten
young people were drowned Sunday in
the overturning of a flatboat in the
Savaannah river near Lowndesviile.
Robert Bradshaw escaped to the
Georgia side. t None of the bodies
;ave been recovered.
NOTICE TO BUSINESS
WOMAN'S CLUB
TVl a -rooriilni l-vi oof in cr ff Vl o T1-ro

Re-Lonaj and Business Woman's Club for

tomorrow night has been postponed, to
he following Tuesday, on account of
he rehearsal for the home talent
play that will be presented Friday
night, as this club desires to co cooperate
operate cooperate with Mrs. J. H. Manly and
help her make a success of this play.
Ruth Ervin, Secretary.
KLIM
Solves the milk
problem if you
cannot get fresh
milk.
KLIM
Cam-Thomas Co.
Phone 163

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
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 Arrfra
2:15 am Jackson ville-NTork 2:10 in
1:55 pm Jacksonville l:S9pa
4 :G5 pm Jacksonville 4 :25 pa
Tampa-
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 axa
2:15 am Manatee 3:25 per.
St. Petersburg
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:25 pm
4:25 pm Tampa-St. P'tersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrir
2:12 pm Jacicsonville-N'York 3:15 am
1:45 pm J'ksonville-G&'nsville 3:S5pm
G 42 am JTcsonville-Cnesvile 10:13 pm
3:18 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm StJPet'sbrg-Lak eland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnefion- Wilcox
:25 am "Dun'ellon-L'kelnd 11:03 pra
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.

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OCALA EVENING STAR

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OF OCALA, FLA.

II. It. Carroll, lrt-lleut
P. V. I.eavenKo!, Secretary-Treasurer
J. II. Heujair.lu, Editor

KntereJ at Ocala, FJa
steonl-claHS matter.

poistoftice as

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MEETING OF THE

WOMAN'S CLl'R

t v' I n

TREAT IT WITH
. SILENT CONTEMPT

We have reeceived from Mr. A. A.

Coult, temporary secretary of theJ

Florida Development Board, copy of
some correspondence between him and
Burton W. Currie, editor of the
Country Gentleman, in regard to the
misrepresentations of that professed
farming journal about Florida. We
don't propose to waste space on the
Country Gentleman and its lies, and
we think it would pay Mr. Coult and
other Floridians to follow the same
policy. As a "farm paper" the Coun Country
try Country Gentleman is a false alarm. It
has some good stories (not about
farming) in it, and some boost stuff,
but a farmer, particularly a Florida
farmer, who subscribed to it is wast wasting
ing wasting his money. A specimen of what
Mr. Currie knows about Florida is in
the following paragraph:
"I have paid many visits to Flor Florida
ida Florida and have traveled through prac practically
tically practically every region in the state which
is farmed. Outside of the muck land
and Everglades I have yet to find
any considerable area of soil that can
be farmed without heavy fertilization.
You mention the many train-loads of
food that have been shipped out of
Florida but make no comment on the
many train-loads of fertilizer that
have been shipped in. If Florida
soil contained anything like the
amount of organic matter and fer fertility
tility fertility that some of its boosters al allege,
lege, allege, It would be as thickly settled
with farmers as Illinois."
Theer are thousands of farmers in
this state who know the foregoing
paragraph is either a plain lie or the
statement of an ignoramus. There are
tens of thousands of acres of Florida
land which are farmed with little or
no commercial fertilizer. They have
been improved from plain white" sand

to rich ground by rotation of crops
and pasturing. There is no use in
arguing with a man or paper that
will print such stuff.
If a bunch of Florida men would
get together and buy space for a de descriptive
scriptive descriptive write-up in the Country
Gentleman, it would pile flattery on
the state with a spade. But ifs space
is not worth buying. We shall not
refer to it again, and we advise other
Floridians to follow the same policy.
One reason why a good maiy peo people
ple people are prejudiced against the peace
treaty is'that they have not read it.
Instead of studying it out for them themselves,
selves, themselves, they have taken the word of
men who would tell any lie they could
think of in order to discredit the
president. Not a few times have we
noticed in some of the anti-treaty
papers statements that, on turning to
our copy of the treaty, we found in
exact, variance to the truth. Senator
Reed has been putting up a good "deal
of that sort of an argument.
Frank L. Huffaker, who for years
prior 'to his volunteer service in
France with the American Tank
Corps, was editor of the Tampa Daily
Times, and who is also known for his
development work as a founder and
publicity agent of the Florida State
and South Florida fairs, held at Tam Tampa
pa Tampa annually, has decided to combine
development publicity with the sale of
life insurance. As a result he has
been made a special agent of the
Equitable Life Assurance Society of
the Unite'd States, working through
the office of District Agent Louis A.
Savarese of Tampa. -From now on
Mr. Huffaker will spend a consider-

Our city lost one of its best women

Saturday evening, when the death
angel came and bore the bright spirit
of Mrs. Donald E Mclver from its
wearied and pain-wracked tenement,
lhe passing of Mrs. Mclver was not

unexpected. For months she had suf suffered
fered suffered from a malady that skill and
leving care combated but could not
defeat. She was a patient sufferer,
bearing her pain with cheerfulness,
gieeting her visiting friends with
smiles and ever sending kindly mes

sages to the outside world beyond her

sickroom.

Mrs. Mclver was Miss Archie Jus Jus-tina
tina Jus-tina Mcintosh of Hickory, N. C, and
came here seventeen years ago as the

bride of our good feilow citizen, Mr.

D. E. Mclver. Almost from the day
of her arrival, she fitted into the soc

ial life of the town. A woman of gen

uine goodness, her bright and kindly

spirit radiated to all she knew. She

wias one of those who believed in

making home the center of the earth,

and her greatest joy was in giving

pleasure to her loved ones and friends

arid seeing them happy. Her passing
leaves a place that can't be filled and

a 'sadness that only long time can as
suage.

Mrs. Mclver leaves to mourn, beside

her husband and bright little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Frances, her stepdaughter, Mrs.

W. J. Frink and her brothers. Lieut
Hugo Mcintosh and Mr. Gail Mcin

tosh. Her aged and well-beloved

father, Mr. Arch Mcintosh, died only
a few months ago, in his daughter's
home, and she was so weak and ill at
the time that the sad news could not
be told her for many days after his
death.
Mr. Mclver, Mrs. Frink and Lieut.
Mcintosh were with Mrs. Mclver in
her last hours, but her little daughter
and elder brother were too far away
to reach her bedside in time. Miss
Frances was with her mother's cous cousin,
in, cousin, Mrs. Conway, in New York state,
and they are expected here in time
for the funeral tomorrow. Mr.- Gail
Mcintosh is in Providence, R. I., too
far off to be present.
Mrs. Mclver was a member of the
Presbyterian church and a helper in
al its good works. She was a promi prominent
nent prominent member of both the Woman's
Club and Dickison Chapter, U. D. C,
holding the office of president of each
for a while, and during the war she
gave constant and efficient aid to the
cause.
The funeral services will be held
tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock at the
Mclver home on South Pine street.
It is understood that Dr. Anderson,
the Presbyterian pastor at Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, will preside. Interment will be
made in Greenwood.
Following is the list of pall-bearers:
A.ctive, B. A. Weathers, J. E. Chace,
George MacKay, G. S. Scott, T. W.
Troxler, L. M. Murray and H. A. Wa Waterman.
terman. Waterman. Honorary: J. K. Dickson, J.
L. Edwards, E. A. Osborne, Alfred
Ayer, F. E. Harris, L. W. Duval.

The first of the April meetings ul"
the Woman's Club was held Saturday
afternoon with the president, Mr. V,
T. Gary, in the chair, and opened with
the singing of "Columbia, the Gem of
the Ocean."
Minutes of the two prev
ings wTere read and adopted, follow following
ing following which a delightful vocal noo va.-

rendered by Miss Ellen Stripling, ac

companied by Mrs. B. F. Condon. Re

ports from the treasurer and corres corresponding
ponding corresponding secretary were heard, and the
club voted the next meeting, which
occurs on April 17th. to be an open

one in order that many who are not
club members may have the opportu opportunity
nity opportunity of hearing Dr. Conradi, president

of the State College for Women,

will deliver an address on that day.

At this meeting was held the a;

nual election of officers, the chairn

of the nominating committee, Mrs.

W. Martin, reporting the counting

nominating blanks resulting in the
following ticket: For president, Mrs.

H. C. Dozier; first vice president, Mrs.

J. W. Hood: second vice president.

Mrs. L. W. Duval: recording sec re-

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GILLS WOOD YARD
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Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goody earlTires.
Lei us prove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hundred
red hundred dollars more than any car, selljng at the price.
$2,125.00 Delivered to Ocala

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tary, Mrs. Haivey Clark; correspond corresponding
ing corresponding secretary, Mrs. II. L. Borland;
tifa uier, Mrs. B. F. Condon; auditor,
Mrs. Maude Home, and press man manager,
ager, manager, Mrs. L. J. Knight. Mrs. Bor Borland
land Borland asked that her nomination be
withdrawn and Mrs. H. A. Davies was

nominated from the floor, for this of office.
fice. office. Upon motion of Mrs. E. A. Os Osborne,
borne, Osborne, the secretary cast the vote for
the club, making the election unani unanimous.
mous. unanimous. Owing to the critical illness of Mrs.
Mclver, long identified with club

work in Ocala. the social part of the
program was dispensed with.

W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose antl
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 rent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf

The anti-league of nations crowd,
which professed to be so fond of the
Monroe doctrine, has probably hit it
a lick in the solar plexus. It has
been pretty well understood by well well-informed
informed well-informed people the world over that
the South and Central American na nations
tions nations have resented rather than ap appreciated
preciated appreciated the Monroe doctrine, and
now that they have gone into the
league of nations and the United
States has stayed out, they have less
use for the doctrine than ever.

A number of our misguided friends
have criticised the Star for approving
of the expulsion of the socialists from
the New York assembly. We advise
them read the article elsewhere from
the New York Times, and they will
probably agree with the Star that at attempts
tempts attempts to govern this country from
Moscow should be met, if necessary,
not only with legislation, but with fire
and steel.

While we were out on the streets
for a few minutes Sunday morning,
some person, a multimillionaire we
suppose, slipped into our office and
laid a quarter of a dozen Easter eggs
on our desk. They are powerful
pretty and look mighty good, and we
don't know whether to put them on
exhibition or eat them.

The present system of federal tax taxation
ation taxation reminds us of the rain, which
falls on the just and the unjust, but
mostly on the just because the unjust
have stolen most of the umbrellas.

If people who write poetry only

knew how it looks in print to other

people, they would quit spoiling good
white paper.
It is becoming the fashion of Am American
erican American newspapers to make mock of
tht reports of the massacres of Ar Ar-menials.
menials. Ar-menials. It is becoming too much the
fashion of Americans to make mock
of reports of suffering anywhere. Be Because
cause Because the numbe rof unfortunate peo people
ple people murdered by barbarian is exag exaggerated
gerated exaggerated does not make it right that
any of them should be murdered.

I help take the tire
out of tire trouble"

Chesterfield

TIGHT UP! Atta boy! Even
JL- the toughest job seems easier
ifyoucan"draw"on Chesterfield.
Those fine Turkish and
Domestic tobaccos and thac
exclusive Chesterfield blend
"satisfy"s no other blend ever
did before.
Once taste that flavor, and you'll
know why the Chesterfield blend
is a guarded secret. cannot L j
copied or even closely imitated.
Look for the moisture pi cof

package that, keeps the

and the weather

reason for Chesterfield's
varying good quality.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1920

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On rectors to E. C. Jordan & Co.)
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
A.-.: v.e.fc.l Promptly, Day or Night
Motor Equipment

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117 Kast Oklawaha Avenue
RESIDENCE PHONE 225

OCALA OCCURRENCES
If you have any society items. ;
phone five-one. j
Mr. G. T. Maughs left Saturday!
afternoon for a business trip to Tarn- (
pa

Mr. M. W. Lloyd left yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for a business visit to Key
West.

for an indefinite furlough. He will
come through the country in an auto automobile
mobile automobile as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Methvin and Mr. and Mrs. McCuen,

the purchasers of Mr. L R. Chazal's j

place at Eastlake, and of which place
they are coming to take possession.
MERRIN-MARTIN

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YOU'LL BE WELL
PLEASED
with the monument we set up
in your family plot. There
will be dignity about the de design
sign design that will appeal to your
taste. There will be a beauty
of carving that will attract
your pleased attention. Ani
there will be a moderation in
our charges that cannot fail
to commend itself to you.
Ocala Marble Works
Ocala, Fla.

A light Oakland six, five-passenger
touring car. at Carroll Motors Co. 3t
i Mr. W. M. Ditto had as his guest
for the past week his son, Mr. Fred
Ditto, a clever young business man of
Louisville,
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

The many friends of Mrs. Mack
Carter will regret to learn that she

has been quite indisposed for the past

several days.

TAYLOR THE HAT MAN. Your
old hats like new. Telephone the Flor

ida House. 4-3-6t

HUNTER'S -AUTO EXCHANGE

GIVE 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 catc, and dry and
finish them with that new factory-like
look. Most of the
good-lookiiitc 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 RKPA1R, PAINT AND UPHOLSTER YOUR CAR; SO
YOU CAN ENJOY IT YOURSELF OR SELL TO ADVANTAGE.
AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED

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

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Mrs. T. M. Moore is expecting this
week her sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Ford of
Lynchburg, Va., and Mrs. Lucy D.

Hager of Jacksonville, and a cousin,
Mrs. Lucy Neal of Buchanan, Va., to

be her guests for a week or so.

WANTED Young man who can use
typewriter and one familiar with fil filing,
ing, filing, shipping and billing and general

office work. Permanent employment
for right man. Apply at once to Ocala
Iron Works. 4-3-6t

Mr. and Mrs. Blair Hooks after two

months pleasantly spent in the city,
guests at the home of their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Durand, will leave tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon for their home at Butler, Penn.

Special sale beginning Monday. A

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

Miss Marie McKean will return to

her home in Tampa this afternoon
after a pleasarit week's visit in the
city a guest at the home of her grand

parents, Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Miss McKean was the recipient

of many social attentions from her

fiiends while in the city.

All customers of Federal Bread are

satisfied customers. Ask them. tf

The many friends of Mr. Edward
Green will be glad to learn that he ex

pects to arrive in the city tomorrow

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT 'AUTOMOBILE

The wedding of Miss Sarah Pearl
Martin and Mr. Frank Gardner Mer Mer-rin,
rin, Mer-rin, which was solemnized at three
o'clock this afternoon at the home
cf the bride will be read of with much
cordial interest not only in Ocala but
throughout Florida and in other
states.
Only the relatives and close friends
of the bride were present at the cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. The home was simply but ele elegantly
gantly elegantly decorated with quantities of
pink and white carnations.
Promptly at 3 o'clock the groom
with his lovely bride entered the liv liv-iitg
iitg liv-iitg room, where they were met by
the Baptist minister, Rev. W. P.
Hines, who performed the impressive
ring ceremony.
The bride never looked more charm charming
ing charming than she was in her stunning coat
suit of navy tricotine elaborately em embroidered.
broidered. embroidered. With this she wore a most
becoming dark blue hat with other
accessories to match. Her costume
was further enhanced by a beautiful
bouquet of violets and lilies of the
valley.
The charming bride is a native of
Ocala, only daughter of one of Ocala's
best citizens. Mr. John R. Martin. Her
mother, who was one of the most be beloved,
loved, beloved, highly esteemed Christian
women of the city, died a few years
ago. Mrs. Merrin i a graduate of

Washington Seminary in Atlanta and
prior to entering that institution, she

received her education in private

schools ,and has spent most of her
life here. She is a beautiful young

woman of the brunette type and pos

sesses a most fascinating and win

some personality and her friends are

numbered by her acquaintances.

Ocala has never had a more popular

girl and her many friends exceeding exceedingly
ly exceedingly regret that her marriage takes her

away, but wish for her all happiness
in her new home at Dade City, where
a most modern and convenient cozy

bungalow has been put in readiness

for her by the groom.

Mr. Merrin was a lieutenant in the

army during the world war and upon

receiving his discharge came to Ocala
and was assistant county demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration agent for this county. He made

his home in Ocala about a year, and

it was during this time that the ro romance
mance romance began. Mr. Merrin made scores

of friends during his short residence

in Ocala and established a splendid
reputation for business integrity and

ability. He is a young man of fine

character and is meeting with much

success in the business world. He

now holds the position of demonstra
tion agent for Pasco county.

Just before the happy couple de

parted refreshments were served to
the guests present, who were: Mr. J.

R. Martin, Mr. W. M. Martin. Mrs
Maude Horne and daughter. Miss Lu

cile Home, Misses Eugenia and Annie

Benton Fuller, Mrs. C. G. Moxley,
Mrs. Wm. H. Fuller of Jacksonville,
Misses Ellen Stripling, Sarah Dehon,

Virginia Beckham and Callie Gissen
daner.

Mr. and Mrs. Merrin left on the

southbound Seaboard train amid the

congratulations and best wishes of

their friends, and after visits to Tam Tampa
pa Tampa and Plant City, with the groom's

relatives, they will proceed to their

home at Dade City.

MONEY TO LOAN

WE SELL
Fertilizers, Moss, Cotton and
Cotton Seed Meal, Hay, Pea Peanuts,
nuts, Peanuts, Goobers, Chufas,
Field Peas, Velvet
Beans, Etc.
ALL FRESH GOODS
WE BUY
Chickens and Eggs, Potatoes,
Onions, Corn and in fact any anything
thing anything the farmer may have for
sale.
WE PAY" CASH for every everything
thing everything we buy and demand cash
for everything we sell. Come
on and let's, do business.
OCALA EXCHANGE
AND HIDE COMPANY
PHONE 400 OCALA, FLA.

I represent clients who have money
to loan on approved security, either
county or city, at eight per cent, in

terest. Those interested can write or

call upon the undersigned at his office

in Ocala, Fla. S. T. Sistrunk,
2-tf Attorney at Law.
SAVE 3 TO 5 DOLLARS ON

Your old hats made like new. Pan

amas and Leghorns -bleached and

made in any shape. Ladies' hats

specialty. The hat man who has been

ccming here 10 years from Jackson

ville. Telephone me at the Florida

House. Charles Taylor. 4-3-6t
SEEDS!

Ninety day and old fashion velve

beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed

corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf

Colorite for stray hats, all colors

at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 3-10t

Stop! Have you tried Federal Bread

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

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SERVICE

OCALA MOTOR COMPANY

Phone 71

OPPOSITE
OCALA IRON WORK?

C. E. SIMMONS

II Everything Was As
Cheap As Our Ice
The tost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worrying, 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 greater variety of it than your grandfather fam family
ily family ever had.
Ocala See & PacMnigi Co.

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pyramids of Egypt?
Because they are
long-lasting.
And WRIGLEY'S is a beneficial
as well as long-tasting treat.
It helps appetite and digestion,
keeps teeth clean and breath
sweet, allays thirst.

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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.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1920

Sec Me
For All Classes Oi
Stone, Brick, Wood,
and Concrete
Building
J. D. MeCaskill
Contractor
Phone 416. 728 Wenon St.

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Dixie Higlway Garage

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

Armco Tires and Tubes
ALL SIZES
Gasoline, Oils and Grease

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

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If You're
A Judge of Good

It is you that we want to serve with our Fresh Beef,
Pork, Mutton and Poultry. We handle none but the best
and we want you to ba the judge. Our delivery serivice is
the pride of the place, and we want you to test this out
too. And, for goodness sake, tell us when you don't get
satisfactory goods or service. Our phone number is One-O-Eight.
Use it.

MARSH'S
Complete Line:

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Tires, Spot Lights,
Tubes, Bumpers,
Spark Plugs, Snubbers,
Shok Absorbers.

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Ft. Kino Ave.

BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

.Fire
Proof
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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC.
STAR JOB
PKONE 51

LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS,
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.
WE NEVER DISAPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE.

ROBBERY IN ATLANTA

Atlanta, April 5. Approximately
$20,000 in jewelry, $8000 in cash and
checks was obtained by robbers of the
Chamberlain, Johnson, Dubose Com Company.
pany. Company. ABOUT OVER
Dublin, April 5. While reports of
tho burning of police barracks con continue
tinue continue to come in from many places,
the general opinion here is that the
armed uprising in Ireland ,is at an
end.
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LATEST LOCALS

Temperature, yesterday morning,
oS; yesterday afternoon, 84; this
morning, 63; this afternoon, 79.
Mr. Paul Brinson of Dunnellon wi
a visitor in the city yesterday.
Mr. W. N. Lane was in town yester yesterday
day yesterday from Orlando to spend Easter
with his family.
Meessrs. Julian Rentz and Guy
Lane of Jacksonville were visitors in
the city over Sunday.
Sixty-three cents buys the beaj
Cold Cream and one of the best ract
Powders on the market. Special sale
price at Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf
Mr. L. S. Mason after several days
sprnt in the city with friends left
yesterday for Tampa.
Messrs. W. W. Harriss, Albert Har Harris?
ris? Harris? and E. H. Martin are business
visitors in Jacksonville.
The members of the Woman's Club
are requested to meet at the club house
tomorrow morning to attend in a body
the funeral of Mrs. D. E. Mclver.
Captain Edward Drake, who is now
engaged in the phosphate industry in
Polk county, was in the city to spend
Easter Sunday with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Fuller of
Jacksonville arrived in the city Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon for a visit with rela relatives,
tives, relatives, x Mr. Fuller returned Sunday
SPEOOIG FI2YEI2
Following Colds, Grip or Flu
Thin, Oatory or Poisoned Blood
(By Db. Valentine Moot.)
At this time of year most people
suffer from what we term spring
lever utjeauae ux K&i.iciw y
dition of the blood, because of the
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toxins i poisons; storeu up wiuuu
the body during the long winter.
We eat too much meat, with little
or no green vegetables.
Bloodless people, thin, anemic
people, those with pale cheeks and
lips, who have a poor appetite and
feel that tired, worn or feverish
v-M"itinr in the snrintr-timft of the
wuvu v -'X"'"- -- --
year, should try the refreshing tonic
Eowers of a good alterative and
load purifier. Such a tonic as
druggists have sold for fifty years,
is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery.
covery. Discovery. It is a standard remedy
that can be obtained in tablet or
liquid form. Made without alcohol
from wild roots and barks.
N. Birmingham, Ala. w Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery is certainly
a good medicine for deep-seated coids,
and as a tonic I Lave found it to ba
all that could be desired. For the
last forty-five years Golden Medical
Discovery, and 'Pleasant Pellets' have
been used in my home, for in my boy boyhood
hood boyhood days my mother used these
remedies of Dr. Pierce's and no other
medicines were ever used by her as
long as she lived. She had none but
the highest praise for them, and from
my own experience with Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery for colds
and the Pleasant Pellets for bilious biliousness
ness biliousness and constipation, I know that
these medicines deserve the highest
praise that I can give." Ed. Erwin,
&o. 2513 Twentieth Avenue.
CITY REGISTRATION ROOKS
REVISED
On account of special election to be
held on the 11th day of May, A. D.
1920, the city council held special meet meeting
ing meeting on March 19th, A. D. 1920, for th
purpose of revising the registration
ibooks of the city ofOcala. At aaid
meeting1 the followingViames were or ordered
dered ordered stricken therefrom, to-wit:
Ward On
No names remoxl.
Ward Two
Arnold, T. I., dead.
Batts, George, removed.
Chamiblisst Z. C, dead.
Converse, E. E., removed.
Condrey, T., removed
Chambers, Geo. G.. removed.
Efflnger, C. W., removed.
'Fryer, Joseph, removed.
Flanery A. -M., removed.
Green, A. A., removed.
Harris. T. H., removed.
Hail, R. S., dead.
Hood, E. Van. dead.
Hayes, J. B.t dead.
Hollinrake, S. P.. removed.
Harrison, V. H., removed.
Izlar, A. I. removed.
Jewett. Stephen, removed.
Jordan, R. A., removed.
Jackson, J. C, removed.
Lloyd, C. H.. removed.
Lambert, I removed.
Li-ddon, G. T., removed. .
(Miller, C. V. removed.
.Mathews "S. L.. removed.
.Meffert, F. H., removed.
Michael, P., removed.
Mayo, D. B., removed.
iMartin, J. F.. removed.
(Martin, R. M.. removed.
"Mead, W. C, removed.
Palmer, R. J., removed.
Rawls, H. TV"., removed.
TLoberts, J. H., removed.
Spraggin. Taylor, removed.
Whiteside. J. J., removed.
Yealey, H. A., removed.
Ward Three
Giles. George, dead.
Gibts, S. M., removed.
Jeffcoat. O. C. removed.
(Murray Isaac, removed.
iMiddleton. S. M. removed.
Mathews. Robert, removed.
iMcIntosh, A., dead.
'McDuffy. A., removed.
McArthur. A. D. removed.

Nelson, G. D., removed.
PIttman. J. A., dead.
Sandifer. R. A., removed.
Turner, F. B., removed.
"Weathers. H. M.. removed.
Williamsi G. K., dead.
Ward Four
Bottolacio. F. D.. dead.
Clinton, John D., removed.
Ervin. Carlton, removed.
Krayblll, E. W.. removed.
Leavengood H. E.. removed.
Robinson. Phil, removed.
Pullen, T. A., removed.
Robinson, R K., removed.
Whitley. W. T.. removed.
The council fixed Tuesday, April
20th, 1920, 8 o'clock p. m., as the data
to hear complaints for the restoration
of names erroneously stricken.
H. C. SISTRUNK,
City Clerk and Ex-Offlclo Supervisor of
Registration City of Ocala.
4-5-3t-Mon

afternoon, but Mrs. Fuller rentained
for the Merrin-Martin wedding, which
took place this afternoon.
The many friends of Mr. N. A. Rus Russell,
sell, Russell, manager of the Postal Telegraph
Company here, will be pleased to hear
of that young man's promotion to the
auditorship for this division. Mr.
Pussell gained his promotion through
hir efficient work for the Postal here
and elsewhere. The company's pat

rons here dislike to lose this genial
but rejoice in his promotion. He is
succeeded by Miss Ide Collens, who
comes here from the Bartow office,
where she ha been the manager for
some time and gained her advance advancement
ment advancement through her ability and interest
in her work. We welcome Miss Col Collens
lens Collens to Ocala and wish her &uccedd in
her new office. She is the daughter of
Mr. P. W. Collens, editor of the Sum-n-'trfield
Chronicle.
Mr. R. J. Lutes and Mr. Harley
Marsh will leave this afternoon for
Orlando. Mr. Marsh, who will be one
of the students in Mr. Johnson's class
for aviator's which commences tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, will accompany Mr. Johnson to
Ocala in his airplane tomorrow mom-
ir.g. The machine is expected to ar arrive
rive arrive about 10 o'clock. Mr. Lutes will
drive through the counliy In an au au-tr
tr au-tr mobile.
Miss Frances Mclver, accompanied
by Mr. Conway, is expected to, arpve
this afternoon from Syracuse. N. Y.,
having been summoned here on ac account
count account of the' illness and death of Miss
France's mother, Mrs. D. E. Mclver.
Dr. and Mrs. R. T. Weaver had as
their guests, the latter's son and
daughter, Mr. Claude Haycraft and
Miss Ethel Haycraft. They both re returned
turned returned to their homes early this
morning.
Mrs. Annie Van Deman will curtail
her visit in Clearwater and arrive in
Ocala this afternoon to attend the
funeral of Mrs. D. E. Mclver tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning.
Mrs. W. J. Frink and daughter of
Bartow arrived in the city Saturday
night to attend the funeral of Mrs.
Frink's mother, Mrs. D. E. Mclver.
Dr. Howard Kelly, a specialist of
note, from Johns Hopkins hospital,
Baltimore, has been in the city, a
guest of Dr. H. C. Dozier.
The members of the Rotary Club
have postponed their picnic for this
evening, on account of the death of
Mis. Mclver, wife of one of their
leading members.
George Akin, who left last week to
join the navy, failed to pass examina examination
tion examination because his eyes were not quite
up to the requisitions. George is dis disappointed,
appointed, disappointed, but says he will always be
on the second line if he is needed.
HALL-LYNN
A quiet wedding occurred in Mar Marion
ion Marion county Wednesday night just
east of Williston the contracting par parties
ties parties being Miss Lula Eliza Lynn and
Mr. Joel Thomas Hall Jr., who were
united in marriage by Notary E. R.
Ross. He was accompanied to the
wedding by Dr. C .M. Farnell and Mr.
P. P. Grey. Mr. Hall is a young
farmer and he and his bride we un understand
derstand understand will settle on one of Marion
county's rich farms. Williston Pro Progress.
gress. Progress. U. D. C. NOTICE
The Daughters of the Confederacy
are requested to attend in a body the
funeral of Mrs. D. E. Mclver tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning.
HARRINGTON HALL ARRIVALS
Miss F. Montague, P. B. Cendit,
Russell Freld, Indianapolis C. S. Cun Cunningham,
ningham, Cunningham, Orlando; Mrs. H. N. Rupp,
F. A. Jackson, New York; John In In-glis,
glis, In-glis, Jacksonville; F. L. Keon, Tampa;
Archie Scott and wife, St. Peters Petersburg;'
burg;' Petersburg;' Julian Rentz, Guy Lane, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; Mrs. H. E. Westervelt and
son, West Heaton and wife. South
Bend, Ind.; Adolph Cohen, New York;
Vanderbilt Green and wife, J. Frank
Kitchell and wife, Newark, N. J.;
Harry Reynolds and wjfe, Lawton,
Mich.; E. H. Eglehoff, New York; J.
H. Leonard, Philadelphia Mrs. E. C.
Collier, J. C. Collier, Washington; C.
E. Cachelder and wife, Geo. L. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence and wife, Melrose, Mass.; Felix
Crankshaw, Fall River, Mass.; S.
Stevens and wife, Santa Anna, Calif.;
G. N. Stern, New York; Frank 6.
Merrian, Dade City; G. C. Babcock,
J. H. Anderson, New York; H. K.
Euckey and wife, Jacksonville; Paul
G. Kuhr and wife. Savannah; C. C.
Sims, Taampa; H. H. Cendit and wife,
Indianapolis.
Reward for arrest and
conviction of party or
parties desecrating tomb tombstones
stones tombstones in Jewish Ceme Cemetery.
tery. Cemetery. Jake Brown.

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

LOST Antique white cameo brooch,
Sunday night between ray residence
on Second street and the Methodist
church. Finder please return to 216 S.
Second St. Mrs. T. T. Bridges. Phone
187. 5-3t
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, enamel ware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
310, 312, 3J4 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
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
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone
146. 2-m
WANTED Girls wanted in box fac factory,
tory, factory, Tampa. Good surroundings,
pleasant work and good pay. Write
cr apply to Weidman, Fisher & Co.,
Highland Ave and Harrison street,
Tampa, Fla. 5-6t
FOR SALE One eight-year-old mare
mule, weight arpund 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.
AVer's residence. Jack Thomson. 12t
FOR SALE Two Jersey cows, om
extra fine, giving three gallons per
day; other to be fresh in few days. C.
A. Holloway, 715 Lime St. Ocala. 19-tf
WANTED man with sawmill to cut
10,000,000 feet longleaf yellow pine
timber on contract. Have tram road,
locomotive, skidder, mules, tenant
houses, commissary, planing mill, dry
kiln and seven miles of rail laid into
timer. Call at room 15, Petteway
building, Tampa. Landeck Lumber
Company. 4-2-4t
WANTED Young man who can use
typewriter and one familiar with fil
ing, shipping and billing and general
oftice work. Permanent employment
for right man. Apply at once to Ocala
Iron Works. 4-3-Gt
L.UST Wednesday afternoon on or
near the Blitchton hard road, one
large sample case containing some
bedspreads and ladies' skirts and
vaists. Please return to E. C. Jordan
& Co', and receive liberal reward. 3-3t
FOR RENT Three or four rooms for
light housekeeping; all modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. No. 212 Orange avenue.
Mrs. Martha A. Wiliams. Phone 39. 6t
FOR SALE Small wood c6ok stove
Used but little; a bargain for cash
Call phone 304. l-4t
FOR SALE American Adding Ma Machine,
chine, Machine, listing model, in good condition
Reasonable. B. Goldman. 316t
WANTED HIDES, ETC. Send me
your hides. I pay the following prices:
Green per lb., 20c; green salt, 22c;
dry flint, 35c; dry salt, 30c; goat
hide $1; horse hide, $4.50; beeswax,
33c; tallow, 14c These prices will
prevail until further notice. B. Gold
man, Ocala, Fla. 31-tf
VALUABLE PROPERTY AT BAR
GAIN Two residences in Ocaia,
close in, choice location, pay good, in interest
terest interest on money, all modern improve
ments, for sale at a bargain. Ad
dress Box 609, city. 29-6t
FOR SALE Gasoline range (Detroit
vapor) as good as new. Reason for
selling, am leaving the city. Apply
Mrs. H. Blackburn. 15 West Fifth
street. 31-6t
MULE FOR SALE One bay mule,
cheap for cash. Apply to William
Michael, Santos, Fla. 30-t
FOR SALE Team of young
medium size mules. Per
fectly sound and gentle, price
$670. Eastlake Investment
Co. Eastlake, Fla. 30-6t
WANTED If you have anything in
the line of furniutre, either new or
second hand, call on me. I pay high
est cash prices for same. B. Goldman
Ocala, Fla. 9-tf
rOR SALE rlorida Kunner pea
nuts, well matured for seed: 12
cents per pound in any quantity. An
thony Farms, Anthony, Fla. 24-tf
linir AotIIe Oil, Emwi
Guaranteed to Relieve Pain
Rheumatism Neuralgia, etc.
T IT AT
BlttlxLT & Co,. DruffffUt. OcjlIa. F.

MRS. BESSIE AKIN

The funeral of Mrs. Bessie Akin,
whose death occurred in Jacksonville
?.st Thursday, will take place tomor
row morning at 10 o'clock from the
amily residence at Belleview. Pyles
& Perkins have charge of the funeral
arrangements.
DANCE POSTPONED
On account of the death of Mrs. D.
E. Mclver, Miss Caroline Harriss has
xLtponed the dance that was- to have
betn given Tuesday eveninir, honor honor-inc
inc honor-inc Miss Adela Ax and Mr. R. L. An Anderson
derson Anderson Jr.. to Wednesday evening nt
S:'H0 o'clock.
Mr. William Fielding, a student at
the University of Florida, spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday with his parents at Belleview.
!
CHANGE HERE
For a new Goodrich tire.
If your casings are get getting
ting getting doubtful, bring them
by and Jet us rejuvenate
them. Re-tread wbrk on
old -casings is our spec- 8
ialty.
BLAL0CK BROS.
VULCANIZING
Phone 78
Corner of Oklawaha and Main fl
ci '-.; Glasses help relax your
' nerves, aid in stoppiug
headaches and lengthen
'-j see. vour lM"e by shortening
'J.Yt& your worries.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist
WeH'T&wnedl
When company ccme3
there is no time to
waste no chances to
be taken so mother
sees that there is al always
ways always a can of
-
I
BflKiKG PSWOH
on hand. Cakes, pies,
doughnuts,muffins and
all good tilings to eat
must be dressed u in
their best- taste and
looks.
Then, too, her reputa reputation
tion reputation as a coo!: must
be upheld ar.d ihe
"stakes" it c.:. Olumet
every time. SI:- kwjs it
will not disappoint her.
Order a csn c.J huve the
"company kin! 'A baking
every day.
Calumet contains cnl such
ingredients as have teen
approved oHicisJJy by the
if. S. Food Authorities.
Y MTt lt yea bay it
Tea mtc wh9 you ute it
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Cors
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other

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