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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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STAR

Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Wednesday; cooler tonight.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 13. 1920.
VOL. 2G, NO. 87
Unless We Build Roads We Will be Isolated. Vote for Bonds April 20th.

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STATESMEN TALK;

PEOPLE STARVE
President and Cabinet Meet Tomor Tomor-ro
ro Tomor-ro wand May Chew the Rag
Over the Strike Situation
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 13. President
Wilson has called a cabinet meeting
for- tomorrow. White House officials
would not say the unauthorized rail railroad
road railroad strike prompted the call but it
is understood this would be the prin principal
cipal principal subject discussed.
RAILROAD LABOR BOARD
. The president has appointed on the
railroad labor board Geo. W. Hanger,
Henry Hunt and R. M. Burton, rep rep-resentin
resentin rep-resentin gthe public; Horace Baker,
J. H. Elliott and William L. Park,
representing the railroads and Albert
Phillips, A. O. Wharton and J. J. For Forrester,
rester, Forrester, representing the employes.
ANOTHER BUNCH OF REDS GO GOING
ING GOING OUT
Three hundred and ninety of the
3000 persons who were arrested in the
radical raids against the communists
and communist labor party have been
ordered deported by the department
of labor.
PRESIDENT LOOKING FOR A
SUMMER HOME
White House officials are consider considering
ing considering possible sites for summer head headquarters
quarters headquarters where President Wilson may
have complete rest, following the elim elim-nation
nation elim-nation of Woods Hale, Mass.
GOOD PLACE TO SEND JT -An
army airplane remodeled to car carry
ry carry eight machine guns has been sent
to the Mexican border for an official
test.
AMERICAN COTTON
ASSOCIATION MEETING
(Associated Press)
Montgomery, April 13. Hundreds
of delegates of the cotton producing
states are attending the American
Cotton Association meeting here.
TWO THOUSAND MEMBERS
AT THE Y. W. C. A.
(Associated Press)
Cleveland, April 13. Two thousand
delegates are attending the conven convention
tion convention of the National Young Woman's
Christian Association here.
INTEND TO SHUT
OUT THE OFFICERS
(Associated Pr-ss) f
Washington, April 13. Commis Commissioned
sioned Commissioned officers in the army and navy
during the war will not benefit under
soldier relief legislation, it was
learned today.
INCENDIARIES ARE ACTIVE
Monroe, La., April 13. The Monroe
light and power plant just rebuilt has
again burned. Industrial plants ope operated
rated operated by electricity are idle. The au authorities
thorities authorities suspect incendiaries.
CHEVROLET SERVICE.
9-6t OCAXA MOTOR CO.
WASHING AND POLISHING.
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.
Expected this week. tomatoes,
squash, bell peppers, beets, cucum cucumbers,
bers, cucumbers, Japanese plums, strawberries,
apples, lemons, pineapples and bana bananas
nas bananas at W. A. Stroud's. 13-tf
CHEVROLET SERVICE.
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose ana
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
ELECTRICAL SERVICE.
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.
ELECTRICAL SERVICE.
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
rontractor in the city.

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RADICALS ARE

RESPONSIBLE
Strike of Railroad Men in the North
and West Must Soon
Subside
(Associated Press)
Chicago, April 13. The main
strength of the striking railroad
workers today extended to the section
east of Pittsburg and the Pacific
northwest, with conditions improving
elspwherp. flrrnrdinc tn railroad nffir-
jials and brotherhood leaders. Pas-
senger service is hard hit around New
York.
WOOD IS WANTED
Boston, April 13. Major General
Wood has cancelled his leave of ab absence
sence absence which was obtained to campaign
for the republican presidential nomi nomination.
nation. nomination. The general said he would
leave for Chicago. He said his action
was due to the railroad strike.
SHUT GATEWAY TO THE SOUTH
Washington, April 13. The gate gateway
way gateway to the South through Washington
has been closed to freight traffic as
a result of the spread of the unau unauthorized
thorized unauthorized switchmen's strike in the Po Potomac
tomac Potomac yards. Superintendent Colver
said all the men, including conduc conductors,
tors, conductors, brakemen and switchmen num numbering
bering numbering 200 were out, paralyzing the
yards. No estimate was given of the
cars tied up but normally 3000 daily
are hardled from the South, including
produce. Passenger traffic has been
curtailed since the single track bridge
across the Potomac is the only rail railroad
road railroad inlet southeast of Cincinnati.
COAL SCARCE IN KANSAS
Pittshurg, April 13. Almost com complete
plete complete paralysis of the Kansas coal in industry
dustry industry is reported.
HOW THE MINERS GET IT IN THE
NECK
. .Columbus, April 13. The soft coal
mines in Ohio are nearly all closed on
account of the railroad strike. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands of coal miners have been thrown
out of work.
VOLUNTEER CREWS
New York, April 13. Accepting the
air of citizens in co-operation with
representatives of the brotherhoods,
the railroads were enabled to move an
increasing amount of food into the
city with volunteer crews today.
COAL. SCANTY IN COLUMBUS
Columbus, April 13. One traction
company has withdraw all limited
cars, being unable to obtain fuel.
RADICALS RESPONSIBLE
New York, April 13. Union labor's
co-operation in an effort to break the
unauthorized strike of railroad work worker
er worker here was pledged last night by
representatives of the four big broth brotherhoods
erhoods brotherhoods in conference with the repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the eastern roads, a
statement given out after the meeting
characterized the strike as "a mob
movement," and asserted it was
"bound to break."
John G. Walber, labor expert, and
secretary of the bureau of information
of eastern railroads, who made the
announcement, said it was the "con "consensus
sensus "consensus of opinion of the brotherhood
leaders that the strike would burn it itself
self itself out." He said the conference
"received information that the strike
was easing up around Chicago. In Indianapolis,
dianapolis, Indianapolis, Columbus and other west western
ern western cities, but remained unchanged
locally."
"The surprising part about the
strike is the fact that men who are
regarded as conservative have become
impregnated with radicalism," Mr.
Walber said. "The strike is one fos fostered
tered fostered purely by radical influence.'
It was announced the brptherhood
leaders had "tried their best" to have
the men iguore the radical agitators
who invaded New York from New
Jersey. Previously the brotherhood
leaders had mingled with strikers and
loyal union men in New Jersey, urg urging
ing urging them to respect their contracts.
The conference last night was the
first officially held here between labor
leaders and railroad representatives.
REPORT EXAGGERATED
Washington, April 13 Reports that
a large number of employes at the
Potomac railroad yards here, the
freight and passenger clearing house
for this gateway to the South, had
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'IT IS TIME
TO INQUIRE

Country Will be Ruined If Radical
Railroad Strike is Not
Soon Crushed
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 13. The depart department
ment department of justice has asked the Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania and New York Central rail railroads
roads railroads to send the nmes of striking
employes and indicate which are the
leaders. Officials refused to discuss
the meaning of the messages.
PLACED AN EMBARGO
The railroads placed an embargo to today
day today against all incoming and outgoing
freight to Washington.
SPITBALLERS ARE SCARCE
(Associated Press
Chicago, April 13. Only ten pitch pitchers
ers pitchers eligible use. the spitball in the
American League, according to Presi President
dent President Johnson.
MYSTERIOUS DEATH
(Associated Press)
Frankville, Ala., April 13. The au authorities
thorities authorities are investigating the death
of Oscar Atcheson, whose body was
found in the woods near here. The
body had been in the fire and was bad badly
ly badly charred.
ERNA JOSEPHINE HINTON
Miss Erna Josephine Hinton, aged
35 years, died at the home of her parr
ents, several miles across the Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha river, yesterday afternoon after
a brief illness. She is survived by her
father and mother and three brothers.
Interment will take place this after afternoon
noon afternoon at 5:30 o'clock at Oklawaha
Bridge church. Pyles & Perkins have
charge of the funeral arrangements.
Miss Hinton was a lady highly es esteemed
teemed esteemed by all who knew her and well
beloved by those who knew her best.
The Star joins the other friends of
the family in sympathy for their great
loss.
A CARD OF THANKS
To all those who contributed to the
success of the operetta and minstrel
Friday night, we wish to extend our
heartfelt thanks. Especially to Mrs.
Manly, the director of the production,
to Mrs. Moremen for her services in
the musical part of the play, and to
Mrs. Osborne, who so generously do donated
nated donated the fund for the orchestra.
Gratitude is especially felt to Mrs.
Florence Wraft Wells and Mr. Arm Armstrong
strong Armstrong of Belleiew, for their kindness
in contributing their act, which great greatly
ly greatly added to the entertainment.
Mrs. E. C. Bennett,
Chairman Hospitality Committee of
the Woman's Club.
Financial Report
Gross Receipts $687.30
Less house share 154.45
$532.85
Expense
Sundries $ 25.05
Printing bill 25.25
Mrs. Moremen.., 50.00
Mrs. Manly. ......... 100.00
Donated To
Memorial avenue . 132.55
School playground 200.00
$532.85
The Star erred yesterday in saying
R. P. Whitehead had been fined $25
for moonshining. He had too much of
the stuff inside of him, and was fined
$15.
Mr. Milby Lloyd is home from a
week's business tour throughout South
Florida, but will go out on another
journey almost immediately.
Strawberries just arrived at Stroud's.
TRY OCALA MOTOR COMPANY
GARAGE FOR PROMPT SERVICE.
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
FOR SERVICE TRY
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.
Strawberries just arrived at Stroud's.
COLUMBIA SERVICE.
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.

A MOTOR (CO

POWWOW OF
THE PREMIERS

Obliged (o Meet and Have a Jawfest
Every Once in
Awhile
(Associated Presa)
Paris, April 13. Premiers Miller Miller-and
and Miller-and and Lloyd George will meet to
discuss the controversy between
France and Great Britain, relative to
the advance of French troops in Ger Germany
many Germany prior to the convening of the
supreme council at San Remo, accord according
ing according to the Matin.
EX-EMPRESS ILL
Berlin, April 13.' The former em empress'
press' empress' condition is grave, according to
the Deutche Tages Zeitung.
HUNGER STRIKERS WEAK
Bublin, April 13. A general strike
has begun in Ireland to protest against
the treatment of political prisoners in
Mount Joy prison, who are on a hun hunger
ger hunger strike. The latest report says
the hunger strikers are all weak, some
of them nearing the danger mark.
AMERICAN KILLED BY GERMANS
Berlin, April 13. Paul Roome De
Mott of New Jersey, was killed in the
Ruhr valley recently while attempting
to escape military arrest, according to
an official announcement.
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED Bird dog. Must be well
broken and good retriever, three or
four years old. State price. R. Hill,
Fifth Avenue Hotel, St. Petersburg,
Fla. 13-3t
FOR SALE Lib-ht Oldsmobile. Rea Reason
son Reason for selling going north. See Ed
Anderson, Ocala Auto & Garage Com Company.
pany. Company. 13-3t
WANTED Young lady to assist as
soda water dispenser. Apply in per person
son person to Court Pharmacy. 13-tf
A REAL BARGAIN Five acres lo located
cated located Welaka on St. Johns river, 6 6-room,
room, 6-room, 3-story dwelling t completely
furnished, barn and garage combined;
fruit trees, 30 bearing orange trees,
high, healthful, location, one mile to
P. O., school, churches and river. Must
sell; $1500. T. J. Knight, Agent, Pa Pa-latka,
latka, Pa-latka, Fla. 12-lt
TOMATO PLANTS Redfield Beau Beauty
ty Beauty plants, per 100, 30 cents; special
prices in large quantities. Phone 30M.
J. E. Hyndman, Box 2, Route A,
Ocala, Fla. 12-6L
TAYLOR THE v HAT MAN. Your
old hats like new. Telephone the Flor Florida
ida Florida House. 10-6t
STRAYED To my home, one bay
horse, Thursday evening. Owner can
have same by paying for this ad. and
cost of feed. F. F. Black, No. 208
Daugherty St., Ocala, Fla. 10-3t
HIDES WANTED We are paying
the highest market price for gren
and salted hides. Full weight. B.
Goldman, Ocala, Fla. 4-9-tf
WANTED One ton of baled shucks.
State price. Answer "Shucks," care
the Star. 7-6t
rOR SALE One mare 6& years old,
colt eight months old. Apply to New
York Meat Market, 18 W. Broadway,
Ocala. 4-8-15t
WANTED Auto mechanic. Fine pro proposition
position proposition for the right man. Address
Fort McCoy Garage, Fort McCoy,
Fla. 10-6t
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone
146. 2-m
FOR SALE 16 healthy shoats and
gilts. Price, $120. T. Needham,
Ocala. 12-6t
FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and'seTl
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamelware, etc J. W. Hunter,
310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf
RUMMAGE1 SALE Greenwood Cem Cemetery
etery Cemetery Association will hold a rum-

BOND CAMPAIGN

il FULL SWING
Prospects for Carrying Election To Today
day Today Week are Exceedingly
Favorable
With the election to decide whether
Marion county shall issue bonds for
good roads just one week off from to today,
day, today, the campaign to carry the issue
"over the top" was taken up with
redoubled interest yesterday under
the direction of Mr. A. C. Blowers,
chairman. Mr. BlowTers intends to
give all his time between now and
next Tuesday to the election. Nothing
will be left undone to see that the
voters are acquainted with the facts
in the case, and that arrangements are
made to get all to the polls on elec election
tion election day. The prospects for the car carrying
rying carrying of the bond election are ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly favorable, and as the voters
become acquainted with the facts
many who voted against the bond is issue
sue issue of December 2 are signifying
their intention of voting "yes" on
Tuesday. .
Mr. Blowers, accompanied by Louis
H. Chazal, secretary of the Marion
County Board of Trade, made a trip
yesterday to precincts in the northern
part of the county to get in touch with
the campaign chairmen in those pre precincts.
cincts. precincts. All precincts visited were
found favorable to the issue and in
each instance it was found that many
who voted against the last issue would
vote for this. Mr. Blowers intends to
make a trip every day this week to
the various precincts, keeping in touch
with the precinct chairmen. Every
citizen who is in favor of the bond
issue is expected to co-operate with
the campaign committee to the ex extent
tent extent of giving the widest circulation
possible to the facts of the bond issue,
and is expected to get out the voters
on next Tuesday. A printed state statement
ment statement of the conditions of the bond is issue
sue issue may be obtained at the Board of
Trade room by any voter who wishes
to give them circulation or to become
posted himself.
SEWANEE PRESBYTERY
The Sewanee Presbytery convened
in the city today to hold business
meetings through Thursday. This
presbytery is composed of some pf
Florida's most influential men, and
while they are in our city they will be
shown every courtesy that it is pos possible
sible possible to extend. The ladies of the
Presbyterian church have opened their
homes in a most t hospitable manner
and they will also help entertain the
visitors in various ways, one courtesy
to be extended being a picnic at Silver
Springs.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
One 1S17 Ford Touring.
One' 1918 Ford Touring.
One 1919 Ford Roadster.
AUTO SALES CO.,
Mack Taylor.
Phone 348. tf Ocala. Fla.
mage sale at the corner of Main street
and Oklawaha avenue, April 15, 16
and 17. Any donations accepted.
Leave your donations at the Star of office.
fice. office. 10-4t
WANTED Rags. Must be well
laundered; 5 cents a pound. Star
oifice. 7-tf
AUTO SERVICE Automobiles re repaired,
paired, repaired, re-painted and re-covered.
Also a complete line of gas, oils and
grease. Firestore tires. Meadows Re Repair
pair Repair Shop, 735 N. Magnolia St. 7-lm
FOR SALE At a bargain, Maxwell
touring car, in good condition. Going
north; must sell. Apply to J. L. Man Manly,
ly, Manly, five miles south of Ocala on Dun Dun-r
r Dun-r el Ion road. Route B, Ocala. 4-7-6t
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 Salju rwo 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
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
TRY OCALA MOTOR COMPANY
GARAGE FOR PROMPT SERVICE.

MAKE DRIVE FOR
NEW MEIERS

Special Meeting of Board of Trade
Last Night was WTell
Attended
There was a good attendance at the
special meeting of the Marion County
Board of Trade last night for the pur purpose
pose purpose of deciding on the best means
of increasing the income of the organ organization.
ization. organization. The attendance, the talks,
and the action taken, showed that the
business men of the city fully appre appreciate
ciate appreciate the importance of the work of
the trade body.
A list of all possible members will
be prepared and on Friday night at 8
o'clock there will be held another
special meeting of the Board of Trade
for the purpose of inaugurating a
drive to increase the membership of
the organization. Each member of
the Board of Trade at Friday night's
meeting will be asked to select from
the list of possible members those he
will see. The entire organization, in
other words, is expected to be present
at the meeting .and to take part in
the drive for new members.
UNDER SUSPICION
(Associated Press)
Nashville, April 13. Four negroes
and one white man are held pending
an investigation of finding the body
of Frank Smith in the Cumberland
river.
WOMAN'S AUXILIARY
ORGANIZED SATURDAY
Saturday afternoon in the library
there was organized what will be
known as the Woman's Auxiliary of
the Marion County Hospital. About
twenty-two members were enrolled at
this meeting, but it is expected to
make a rapid growth before the next
meeting, which will be held on the
21st of the month. The following of officers
ficers officers were' elected :
President, Mrs. J.' H. Taylor; first
vice president, Mrs. Merrill; second
vice president, Miss Mary Marshall;
secretary, Miss Mary McDowell, and
treasurer, Miss Mary Burford.
The chief object of this organiza organization
tion organization is to create a greater interest in
hospital work, such as girls entering
the nurses training course, and to se secure
cure secure more help for the needs of the
hospital. The first work that the aux auxiliary
iliary auxiliary will undertake just now will be
the making of night shirts for the
hospital, the supply having run very
short.
Mrs. T. I. Arnold and Miss Marshall
gave interesting talks on the value of
this organization and it was decided
that regular meetings be held on the
second Saturday in each month.
Every girl and woman in Marion
county should be a member of this
auxiliary and by calling on Miss Mary
McDowell and paying her one dollar,
you can become a member.
Strawberries just arrived at Stroud's.
A barrel of fine sweet mixed pickles
in bulk just in at H; B. Whittington's.
Phone 377.
10-3t
EXEPERT MECHANICS AT
9-6t OCALA MOTOR GO. GARAGE.
WE SELL
Fertilizers, Moss, Cotton and
Cotion 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.
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OPPOSITE
O OCALA IRON WORKS



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The worth of a community is ex expressed
pressed expressed in the justice with which it
treats its humblest citizen.

The Miami Herald tells the exact
truth when it says: "Admiral Sims
has proven that he is the bravest man
in the navy since he dared to make
statements which would not tickle the
nation's vanity."
The Florida Elks had a great time
in their annual convention at Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland last week. Oscar M. Eaton, formerly-
of Ocala, was elected big bull
of the herd. The next meeting will
be at West Palm Beach.

The suggestion in Attorney Green's
"Apology" that the fact that Judge
Smith is out of politics had a bearing
on his sentence of Phillips is not flat flattering
tering flattering to the judge. For all our crit criticism
icism criticism of Judge Smith, we have a bet better
ter better opinion of him than that. We have
no idea that he would have acted any
differently if he had been a candidate.
This railroad strike is serious busi business,
ness, business, but it is rather funny to see the
hole it has put the railway union lead leaders
ers leaders in. A few weeks ago, they were
encouraging their followers to defy
the government.. Now their followers
won't obey them. When the govern government
ment government doesn't do to suit people, they
should try to vote into office men who
will change its policy. Defying it,
evading its orders and other dishon dishonest
est dishonest tactics generally recoil on those
who use them.

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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. M BawMiis
111 WEST BROADWAY
"WASHING AND POLISHING:
9-6t ; OCALA MOTOR CO.

AN UNJUST SENTENCE

For the first time since we have
known him, as boy and man, as hard hardworking
working hardworking clerk, diligent student and
just and competent official, we feel
that we have reason to criticise
Judge Wm. E. Smith.
On Saturday last, Judge Smith had
before him a prominent white man
who had been found guilty of making
and selling liquor. And instead of
giving him a jail sentence, he allowed
him to expiate his offense by paying a
fine.
The judge was strictly within the
law, and he also acted on the advice
of the prosecuting attorney. But pub

lic sentiment has demanded jail sen sentences
tences sentences for such offenses, he had in
the presence of a gathering of public
officials and representative men ap approved
proved approved that sentiment and announced
his intention of upholding it, it was
of all the cases that had come before
him the most deserving of a jail sen sentence,
tence, sentence, and he did not have to heed
the prosecuting attorney's advice.
The defendant in the case is a
greater sinner than any other man
who has been caught in the pernicious
traffic. He was a man of high stand standing
ing standing so high that many men when he
was arrested declared they would not
believe him guilty unless he confess confessed.
ed. confessed. He traded on his high standing,
knowing his premises were one of the
last places in the county where a
moonshine still would be looked for.
He did not need the money he had a
secure and honorable means of mak making
ing making a living. When tried, he attempt attempted
ed attempted to lay the blame on another. Of all
the men in Marion county who de deserved
served deserved to work out his sentence on the
chaingang, he deserved it most. And
he is allowed to pay it out some of
his sin money probably going to pay
his fine.
Attorney Green says one of the
reasons why he advised, that all the
punishment be made good in cash is
that the county needed the money.
God have mercy on Marion county
if the day ever comes that she needs
to sell justice for money! We do not
believe that time has come or ever
will come.
Several weeks ago, a prominent ne negro
gro negro was tried in Judge Smith's court,
found guilty, fined $500 and sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced to a term of hard labor. His case
was appealed, but his sentence prob probably
ably probably will stand.
We ask in the name of justice, and
we know that many of our leading
citizens will approve of the request,
that this negro be given the option of
paying his way out, even as the white
man was allowed to pay his way out.
He has not done the cause of justice
and morality as much harm as the
white man has done, for the commu community
nity community had no right to expect from him
the example it expected from the
white man. -We do not believe in one
brand of justice for the white man
and another brand for the negro.
Letting Mabe Phillips atone for his
offense with money while other men
go to the gang is the worst rebuff
justice has received in this county in
many a day.
Elsewhere Judge Smith gives his
reasons for not sending Phillips to
the gang. We have no doubt thathe
is sincere, but
Phillips should have thought about
his dependent relatives before he
broke the law. All over this country
today some here in our county are
innocent women and children who are
suffering because heartless scoundrels
make and sell liquor. A man who
makes and sells moonshine, knows
that some other man's mother or sis sister
ter sister is liable to be left defenseless eve every
ry every time he puts a bottle of the vile
stuff in another man's hands. It is
seldom that there ever comes before
the bar of justice any man whose con conviction
viction conviction will not deeply hurt and may maybe
be maybe expose to hardship some woman or
child. If we follow Judge Smith's
theory to its logical conclusion, only
those few men who have no mothers,
wives, sisters nor little children should
receive adequate punishment for
crime.
We don't suppose Judge Smith has
lost any true friend. He hasn't lost
the Star, but, in our opinion, he has
allowed sentiment to overcome his
judgment in the very worst place it
could have done so.

HAS TO HAVE MORE ROOM

Every once in a while, twenty twenty-three
three twenty-three years ago, we used to step into
the beginning of the Munroe & Cham Cham-bliss
bliss Cham-bliss National Bank, a little office in
a building now torn down. It had a
desk and a counter, and a big iron
safe, and didn't take any more room
than the Star's business office.
After awhile it shifted into the
quarters of the defunct Merchants'
National Bank. That wasn't so large
and when you went in the room you
stepped up out of the street onto a
flooring of worn brick. Here it lived
and worked several years and grew
too big for its, er, trousers.
So it annexed a goodsized store
room at the back a room much big bigger
ger bigger than its original quarters, and
then it let down its floor to the street
level, and put in a tiled flooring and
other improvements and looked a lot
more classy and did bigger business,
but in the same careful, conservative
way.
Now it has outgrown itself aeain

and must have more room.
In order to do this, it has pushed
its sidewall into the store next door
formerly the Anderson drugstore. The
big vault for books, that has up to
this time held a good deal of the
space along the south side of the main
room, will recede until in a line with
the money vault. The book, money

and safety deposit vaults will be in
one line. This will give more room
behind the counters for the constant constantly
ly constantly increasing clerical force. Another
cage the receiving teller's is to
be put in alongside the paying tel teller's.
ler's. teller's. This has been needed for some
time; there being hours every day
when the rush was too great to handle
at one window.
Everything will be handsome and
solid in brick and stone, bronze and
steel but it won't be many years at
the present rate of progress before
the bank will have to expand again,
and when it does it will probably take
in the entire room to the south. The
policy of the bank is conducive to a
steady growth, and it is likely that
in ten years or less it will buy a new
location and put up a sky scraper. It
and Ocala grow together, but so far
the bank has grown the faster.

JUDGE SMITH'S REASONS

Editor Star: In your report of the
Mabe Phillips case you state that my
friends are shocked and grieved at the
sentence imposed.
This defendant has a widowed
mother and a crippled sister that he
has cared for and supported for years.
This appealed to me. Its not my fault
that God made me with a heart and
that the legislature made the law so
that circumstances would alter cases.
I don't believe any true friend has
turned against me and I do not care
for the other kind.
Very respectfully,
W. E. Smith.

WHY EX-SERVICE MEN
SHOULD HAVE A BONUS

(New York Tribune)
Editor Tribune: Your editorial to today,
day, today, "Justice, Not a Bonus," is the
most clean cut statement that has
been made during the long controver controversy
sy controversy concerning compensation for dis discharged
charged discharged soldiers and sailors.
I am an active members of an Am American
erican American Legion post of 1000 members.
This question has been discussed at
length by them. At no time have I
heard one of them speak with a beg begging
ging begging or "poor mouth." But experi experience
ence experience after experience has been cited
where they have found themselves
handicapped by loss of position and
financial embarrassment.
But the most significant statements
have been those of men whose service
records were tangled. up and who still
are trying to collect the little money
that was supposed to be paid them
when in service. My own problem is
but one of many. I enlisted early in
the game and was attached to an
ambulance unit with the French army
before our boys ever got into it. Hard Hardships,
ships, Hardships, gas and a case of "unrojpantic"
pleurisy sent me back to the states
with the frank statement that I would
do well to live a year.
Despite these prophecies I managed
to get well, and when ordered to be
discharged, December 31, 1918, after
twenty months in the service, I was
notified that owing to the tangle of
my service record, due to detached
service with the French army, an
adjustment would have to be made
before my discharge could be signed.
So, through no fault of my own, but
due to the blundering of some hanger hanger-on
on hanger-on at Washington, I was charged with
$200, which I was notified would have
to be deposited before I could be dis discharged.
charged. discharged. During my service I had gone in
debt for about $1000 to meet personal
obligations. I. did not have the money
to pay the $200. At one time during
my service I had received no" pay at
all for seven months. I arranged with
the quartermaster at the hospital to
make my bond, signed by two repu reputable
table reputable business men, to cover the defic deficiency
iency deficiency until my record should be clear cleared,
ed, cleared, and after the bond was taken the
commander of the hospital refused to
soign my discharge. I managed to
borrow the money for the deposit, and
after a month and eighteen days; dur during
ing during which time I had lost a good posi position
tion position that had been offered me, my dis discharge
charge discharge was signed.
They have both the bond and the
$200. After my discharge I discov discovered
ered discovered that $90 on an allotment had
never been paid by the government.
In filing a claim for the money my
discharge paper was sent to the treas treasury
ury treasury department. Now they have my
bond for $200, $200 in cash, owe me
$90 on an allotment and also have my
discharge certificate.
I volunteered for service. I served
to the best of my ability. This was
proved by the hardships that left me
broken in health the effects of which
I still feel. I refused to claim a dis disability
ability disability pension. When at the hospital
I started the first class for illiterate
patients a class which resulted in an
educational department with a staff
of fifty men. I did this cheerfully.
And now I am in favor of a soldiers'
bonus, for thereby I may be able to
offset what is owed to me for my serv service
ice service and be able to pay some of the
debts that accrued because of this
same service.
Yes, Mr. Editor, it is justice we
want, and not a beggar's gift.
One of the Many.
Trenton, N. J., April 6, 1920.
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Today at Stroud's, tomatoes,
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OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have
phone five-one.

any society items,

Mr. W. V. Knott, formerly state
comptroller, is a welcome visitor in

the city.

Mr. and Mrs. Beverly ditch of

Blitchton, were well known visitors in

town yesterday.

Mr. R. II. Martin has returned to
his home at Fernan&ina after several

days spent in the city.

Mrs. R. R. Russell and daughter,
Miss Lillian Russell, were visitors in

the city this morning.
Misses Julia eMadows, Beulah Mor

rison and Lillian Baskin of Anthony

were shoppers in Ocala Monday.

Today at Stroud s, tomatoes,
squash, bell peppers, beets, lemons,

apples and bananas. 13-lt
Bible study class meets with Mrs.

j J. A. Walters Thursday afternoon at

3:30 o'clock. Subject, "Heart Purity."

A barrel of fine sweet mixed pickles
in bulk just in at H. B. Whittington's.
Phone 377. 10-3t

Mrs. Arthur Hellems has returned
to her home at Waycross, Ga., after
a two weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs.
W. T. Ritchie.

Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cox are expect expecting
ing expecting the former, sister-in-law, Mrs. E.
E. Cox to arrive shortly to make them
a visit of several weeks.

Mrs. J W. Rembert and three inter interesting
esting interesting children of Fort Pierce, are
visiting at the home of Mrs. Rem Rem-bert's
bert's Rem-bert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Cappleman.
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Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Cappleman of
Melbourne left yesterday afternoon
for their home after a pleasant week's
stay at the home of the former's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cappleman.
Mrs. Donald Schreiber and pretty
daughter, Charlotte, will return to
their home at Youngstown., Ohio, to to-moxTOW
moxTOW to-moxTOW afternoon, after three months
pleasantly spent at the home of Mrs.
Schreibe'r's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
K. Robinson.

around Lake Weir and he expects to
spend the next few weeks there and
in Ocala looking after his interests.
MRS. GIER HONORED

UNTER'S AUTO EXCHANGE

In compliment to her guest, Mrs.

Walter Gier of Cincinnati, O., Miss j

Mary Burford entertained yesterday
afternoon at a prettily appointed auc auction
tion auction party at her home on Fort King
avenue.
Miss Burford and Mrs. Gier in informally
formally informally received their guests at the
front door, after which they were in invited
vited invited into the music and living rooms,
where four tables for auction were
arranged. Quantities of larkspur

were placed about the rooms in vases j

and hanging baskets, and several
handsome vases of Killarney roses
lent an exceedingly tasteful and artis artistic
tic artistic effect.
For two hours the games were con congenially
genially congenially enjoyed and then Miss Bur Burford,
ford, Burford, assisted by Mrs. Clarence Camp,
served her guests to a two-course
menu consisting of chicken salad, al almonds,
monds, almonds, sandwiches and olives and
strawberry sundae and individual
iced cakes.
Miss Marie Hickman was presented
a fancy hair comb for making the
highest score and the hostess pre presented
sented presented the honoree with a very hand handsome
some handsome embroidered towel.
This party was a much enjoyed af affair
fair affair and the friends that Mrs. Gier
had made on her previous visits were
delighted at having the opportunity of
being with her once more, for there
has never been a visitor to Ocala
more charming or popular than Mrs.
Gier.
The following were those present:
Misses Eugenia Fuller. Mamie Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Marie Hickman, Onie Chazal,
Blair Woodrow, Ruth Harvey of
Charleston, S. C, Eloise Henry, Caro Caroline
line Caroline Harriss and Alice Bullock, Mrs.
Walter Gier of Cincinnati, Mrs. Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Hocker, Mrs. Alison Wartmann,
Mrs. Clarence Camp. Mrs. Clifton
Camp, Mrs. Charles Lloyd of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and Mrs. I. F. Bennett.

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that is the time to order us to
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and high gloss or dull finish,
factory style. It's astonishing
what a fine new-like finish we
can put on even old models.
We can make that old car look
like "money in the bank."

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that makes old tops absolutely waterproof.

PAINTING! Autos painted, striped and finished in the best
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SEEDS r

Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chuf as, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
Girl wanted at Kindt's music store.

Sixty-three cents buys the best
Cold Cream and one of the best Face
Powders on the market. Special sale
price at Gerig's Drug Store. 6-t
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A barrel of fine sweet mixed pickles
in bulk just in at II. B. Whittington's.

Phone 377.

10-3t

Mrs. L. H. Van Engelken left Mon Monday
day Monday for Waterloo, la., to spend two or
three weeks with her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rowntree, and
to make the acquaintance of her lit little
tle little granddaughter, born only a few
weeks ago.
Expected this week. tomatoes,
squash, bell peppers, beets, cucum cucumbers,
bers, cucumbers, Japanese plums, strawberries,
apples, lemons, pineapples and bana bananas
nas bananas at W. A. Stroud's. 13-tf

Mr. Raymond Ross after several
weeks pleasantly spent in the city the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig, re returned
turned returned Sunday to his home in Indiana,

Mr. Alfred MacKay has returned to

Dunnellon after a few days visit in

the city a guest at the home of his

parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Mac

Kay.

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Mr. Leelan Akin of Cleveland, Ohio,

will leave for his home this, afternoon

after a several weeks visit to Dunnel Dunnellon,
lon, Dunnellon, where he was the guest of his
brother, Mr. W. L. Akin, and in Ocala
he was the guest of his mother and
sister, Mrs. Joseph Akin and Mrs.

Jesse Lanier,

Which are the live business houses ol a town. Printer's ink users. See?

. Mrs. Clarence, Camp will be hostess

at a golf tournament and a tea to

morrow afternoon at the Ocala Coun Country
try Country Club, and she invites all members
of the club to be present promptly at

3 o'clock, as a mixed foursome wil

be played. This affair promises to be

a very enjoyable one and no doubt

every member will be present.

Color it e for straw hats, all colors

at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 3-10t

Miss Ruth Harvey will conclude this

afternoon a delightful two months

visit in the city, the guest of Miss

Blair Woodrow, returning to her home

in 'Charleston, S. C. Miss Harvey is

a very bright and entertaining young
lady and she will be very much missed

by scores of friends that she has

made on her several visits to the city

and it is hoped that she will return at

an early date for another visit.
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Mr. Henry Kreuger of Toledo, O

is a prominent visitor in the city. In
Toledo is the owner of one of the

largest florist establishments, and

grower of all kind3 of cut flowers and

plants. For years Mr. Kreuger has

been one of the Star's most faithfu

and appreciated subscribers, and yes

terday he came to the office to pay a
call and renew his subscription. Mr.

Kreuger has considerable property

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Such steels take the burden of dragging around useless weight
from the engine, providing brilliant performance.
Pound for pound the steels in a Maxwell equal those in any
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The Maxwell construction, employing these fine steels, results
in a light-weight car, that gives not only brilliant performance,
but the rare combination of durability, economy and comfort.
Today nearly 400,000 Maxwells may be seen on the world's
highways. 100,000 more are in process of construction.
Still this will supply but 60 of those who have set their
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Temnorattiro tVi i a m n m inc. 59: thlS

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(Concluded from Second Page)

failed to report for work last night,

""" proved to be considerably exagger-
Mrs. N. E. Carter leaves tomorrow ate(j Railroad officials said at mid mid-afternoon
afternoon mid-afternoon for Live Oak, wher she will j night that the roll of absentees was
attend a meeting of the Advent Chris- i little above normal, and that this sit sit-tian
tian sit-tian church. : uation so far as local conditions were

concerned was not serious at this
j time.
Railroad employes held a meeting
! last nieht at which representatives of

visit to i the brotherhoods urged them to re re-B.
B. re-B. Bui- main at their posts and not be drawn
; into the unauthorized strike.

Strawberries just arrived at Stroud's.
Mr. Raymond Bullock of St. Pe

tersburg, is in the city on a
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
lock and family.

To show our confidence in the AUTO
STROP SAFETY RAZOR we allow
you to use it thirty das 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 subs tan tan-tial
tial tan-tial case, embossed nickle, leather, or
embossed polished gunraetaL Can be
adjusted to any beard. Let us show
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The wonderful collection of dia diamonds
monds diamonds that is being shown at Weihe's
jewelry store and that is attracting so
much attention will continue on dis display
play display until 9 o'clock tonight.

Mrs. Kate Brinkley and little
daughter, Katherine leave this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Tampa, where Mrs. Brinkley

goes to attend to business. They will

be gone several weeks.

Mrs. J. W. Gardner and daughter,

Miss June Gardner of Summerheld,
motored to the city this morning for

he day and were accompanied by

Mrs. Home and daughter.

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trains at OCALA UNION STATION

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SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave
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LIGHTLESS NIGHTS
Detroit, April 13 Detroit went back
to wartime lightless nights last night
and industrial plants received their
second blow in six months in the form
of a general shutdown as a result of
the rail tie-up. Approximately fifty
thousand factory workers went home
temporarily jobless, when power was
shut off all but those industries class classed
ed classed as "essential" by the Detroit Edi

son company.
DETROIT FACTORIES SHUT
DOWN
Detroit, April 13. One hundred
thousand factory employes are idle
through the shutdown of factorys un-

nblf to nht.ain fuel-

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Kingsberry left

early this morning in their automobile

for points on the east coast after

which they will return by boat to their
hnmp t. RrWenort. Conn. While on

viaif Cn!3 fViov Vmv msnp a I

number of friends who trust that they

will return again next winter for the
entire season.

Strawberries just arrived at Stroud's.
Our good friend, Mr. J. F. Parker
of Leroy, was in to see us today and
reported a wedding of interest in his

neighborhood the other evening. It
took place at the bride's home at Le Leroy,
roy, Leroy, and joined Miss Rena Belle
Strickland to Mr. Lonnie Aaron
Bridges of Dunnellon. Both the young
people are highly esteemed, and a
large number of neighbors attended
the ceremony, which was performed
by Rev. Newclerk, Methodist pastor at
Leroy and Dunnellon. The young
people will make their home in Dun Dunnellon,
nellon, Dunnellon, where the good wishes of their
friends will center upon them.
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Of the Otrnerahlp Management, Circu Circulation,
lation, Circulation, Etc, Required by the Act of
ContgretMi of August 24, 1912.
Of Ocala Evening Star, published daily
except Sunday at Ocala, Florida, for
April 1st, 1920.
State of FlOTida,
County of Marion, ss.
Before me, a. notary puiblic in and
for the state and county aforesaid,
personally appeared P. V. Leavengood,
who, having been duly sworn according
to law, deposes and says that he is the
business manager of the Ocala Evening
Star, and that the following Is, to the
(best of his knowledge and belief, a true

statement of the ownership, -management
(and if a daily paper, the circu circulation),
lation), circulation), etc., of the aforesaid publica publication
tion publication for the date shown in the above
caption, required toy the act of August
24, 1912, embodied in section 443, Postal
Laws and Regulations, printed on the
reverse of this form, to-wlt:
1. That the names and addresses of
the publisher, editor, managing editor,
and business managers are:
Name of Postofflce Address

Publisher: Star Publishing Company,
of Ocala, Fla., Ocala, Fla.
Editor: J. H. Benjamin, Ocala, Fla.
Managing Editor: .None.
Business Manager: P. V. Leavengood,
Ocala Fla.
' 2. That the owners are: (Give names
and addresses of individual owners, or,
if a corporation, give its name and the
names and addresses of stockholders
owning or holding 1 per cent or more
of the total amount" of stock.)
R. R. Carroll, Ocala. Fla,
Mrs. H. J. Bittinger, Ocala, Fla.
Miss Adele Bittinger. Ocala, Fla.
P. V. Leavengood, Ocala, Fla.
J. H. Benjamin, Ocala, Fla.
3. That the known bondholders,
'mortgagees, and other security holders
owning or holding 1 per cent or more
of total amount of bonds, mortgages or
other securities are: (If there are none,
so state.)
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank.
4. That the two paragraphs next
above, giving, the names of the owners,
stockholders and security holders, if
any, contain not only the list of stock

holders and security holders as they I
appear upon the books of the company
tout also, in cases where the stockhold stockholders
ers stockholders or security holder appears upon the
tbooks of the company as trustee or in
any other relation, the name of the
person or corporation for whom such
trustee is acting, is given; also, that
the said two paragraphs contain state statements
ments statements embracing affiant's full knowl knowl-elge
elge knowl-elge and belief as to the circumstances
and conditions under which stockhold stockholders
ers stockholders and security holders who do not
1 appear upon the books of the company

as trustees, hold stock and securities
in a capacity other than of a tbona fide
owner; and this affiant has no reason
to believe that any other person, as association
sociation association or corporation has any inter interest
est interest .direct or-indirect in the said stock,
bonds or other securities than as so
stated by him.
5. That the average number of
copies of each issue of this publication
sold or distributed through the mails
or otherwise, to paid subscribers dur during
ing during the six months preceding the date
shown above is 72.
P. V. LEAVENGOOD,
Business Manager.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 12th day of April, 1920.
(Seal) R. N. IX)SH.
(My commission expires August 14

19ZZ.J

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Health, Comfort an.-l good
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tired nerves: relieves muscle sore soreness,
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matism, rheumatism, tones up the whole body.

9

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Comes complete, neatly boxed,
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Every home needs La Vida. Use
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"A SPLENDID TOKIG
Says Hixson Lady Who, On Doc Doctor's
tor's Doctor's Advice, Took Cardui
And Is Now Weil.

Editor Star: Alas, alas, the future
has no charms for me! To think that
I am the cause of Judge Smith losing
the approbation of all his friends, es especially
pecially especially in view of the fact of his hav having
ing having announced his intention to aban aban-bon
bon aban-bon the arena of political life, makes
me sad indeed.
I guess the judge is beginning to
realize he accepted a suggestion from

the wrong individual, and in the fu future
ture future will consult some oracle of Ocala
instead of the court's prosecuting at attorney,
torney, attorney, who is supposed to properly
tm A it i

prepare nimseu as to me law, lacvs
and circumstances involved in each
particular case before offering recom recommendations
mendations recommendations to the court for considera consideration.
tion. consideration. With a fine and forfeiture fund to
depend upon to furnish the sinews of
war in conducting warfare on "shin-

.1 it!. T I U .Armn. n9 I

ers, anu una iuuu iuc cugc ut
bankruptcy a good part of the time,
the court's prosecuting attorney
thought he saw a good chance not only
to do something to strike a blow for

liberty (Mabe's, of course), justice,
and the cause, but to put a nice little
sum into our war-chest for future use,
as one of the factors worthy of con consideration.
sideration. consideration. Of course, at the time I was not
aware of the sentiment which existed
in the community demanding that be because
cause because a man was white he should be

hanged and quartered if possible un under
der under the law. for this was our first ex experience.
perience. experience. Nor was I aware that either
Judge Smith or your humble servant
had so many rich friends who con consider
sider consider a $1000 fine a mere incident ut utterly
terly utterly unworthy of the grave crime of

j making a little "shine" now and then,

not for sale but for home consump consumption;
tion; consumption; nor was I aware that we were
blessed with so many truly good
friends, men of such rectitude as to

make it a pleasure to walk through

life with a perpetual bond for .good

behavior hanging over their heads.
Now, I have this suggestion to make.

The law of the land does not seem to

cermit the use of any of Mabe's con

tribution in certain ways which would

be of great aid and assistance toward
the good of the cause of which you

! speak with so much feeling; therefore

why would it not be a golden oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to some of Judge Smith's

"friends' 'to whom you refer to con

tribute as much as has Mabe it

would only be a trifle, you must real

ize, and I shall not insist that they
be burdened with any bonds for good

behavior, either. However, until this
amount is raised, I fear Judge Smith

will continue to operate his court as

he deems justice demands in each in

dividual case, while your humble ser

vant will continue to make mistakes

as usual. Sincerely, L. N. Green.

fVrmr nnnlncv would be rotten. Mr.

Green, if it didn't partly deodorize!
itsplf hv beiner ridiculous. Its no use

to point out the fallacies in your ar article;
ticle; article; a child may read them as he
runs. Editor.)

CALL FOR MASS MEETING Expected this week. tomatoes,
OF REPUBLICAN PARTY Squash, bell peppers, beets, cucum-
'bers, Japanese plums, strawberries,
Under authority of state executive apples lemons pineapples and bana bana-committee,
committee, bana-committee, a mass meeting of white nas at W. A. Stroud s. lzi
reoublicans of Marion county will be j ..b.a iru
held at the court house, Ocala, Fla., E CALL tVll AND JJt.LlVEK
on Thursday, April 15th, 1920, at 3 j YOUR CAR. OCALA MOTOR CO.

p m., to elect delegates to xne state
convention to be held in Jacksonville,
Saturday, April 24, 1920, and to trans transact
act transact such other business as may prop properly
erly properly be brought before the meeting.
By order of the State Executive
Committee, J. E. Merrill, Chairman,
dly 4-10-3t

Strawberries just arrived at Stroud's.
COLE SERVICE.
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.

TAYLOR THE HAT MAN at the
Florida House. Make your old hat
vp,ir. TeleDhone me at

Florida House.

10-6t

i

GENERAL GARAGE REPAIRING.

9-6t OCALA MU1UK

TtiC; Thousands of people
0j55fcV should be wearing glasses

a yet they preier to sui-

Oa c. fer from headaches, ner-

ousness and other mental
disorders.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

Peanut butter at H. B. AVhitting AVhitting-ton's.
ton's. AVhitting-ton's. Phone 377. 10-3t

Step! Have you tried Federal Bread,
11-. c "best bread in the world." 20-tf
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
WE CALL FOR. AND DELIVER
YOUR CAR. OCALA MOTOR CO.

AOT

SUJPFJi

Complete Line:

Tires,
Tubes,

Spark Plugs,

Spot Lights,
Bumpers,
Snubbers,

Shok Absorbers.

F O K

Ft. King Ave.

Ocala, Florida

BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

Hixson, Tenn. About 10 years ago
I was..." says Mrs. B. Gadd, of
this plaee. "I suffered-wita a pala In
my left side, could not sleep at niht
with this pain, always In the left

side...
My doctor told me to use Cardui. I
took one bottler which helped me and
after my baby came, I was stronger
and better, but the pain was still
t ere.
"l at first let It go, but began, to get
weak and in a run-down condition,
60 I decided to try some more Cardui,
.which I did.
This last Cardui which I took made
me much better, in fact, cured nse. It
has been a number of years, still I
have ro return cf this trouble.
I feel it Tas Cardui that cured me,
and I recorr.merH 1 as a splendid fe female
male female tonic."
Don't allow yourself to become
weak and run-dotm from womanly
troubles. Take Cardui. It should pure purely
ly purely help ycu, as it has so many thou thousands
sands thousands of other women In the past 40

years. Headache, backache, sfdecchs,
nervousness, e'eeplessnesn, tired-out
feeling, are all signs of womanly trou trouble.
ble. trouble. Other women get relief by taking
Cardui. Why not you? All druggists.
N'C-132

STUDEBAKERS ARE
STAUNCH AND, SPEEDY

, mWMBLE i

IN

JACKSONVILLE-FLA,

ouiride rooms -Srean Ucatod L y p- Cafe irv
cowi?ctioK-CoavGfiG to verytKii$-li

heart of City Seid For booklet

Mr. Philip G. Murphy, the local
Studebaker dealer, has been much
pleased at the recent performance of
the Studebaker automobiles on a trip
across the Allegheny mountains in
Pennsylvania.
Mr. Clayton G. Haviland, the Stude Studebaker
baker Studebaker dealer in Danbury. Conn., wrote
the following interesting letter to his
father, Mr. I. F. Haviland of Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, Florida:
March 26th, 1920.
Dear Dad: We reached home last
night at 6 p. m. Thursday. Had some
trip and ride. Will tell you how we
came through. Left Detroit Monday
morning about 10:30, made Cleveland

the first night, about -200 miles. Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday Cleveland to Greenburg 31 miles
hpvond Pittsburcr. about 200 miles.

Greensburc to Philadelphia Wednes

day, about 300 miles. Thursday Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia to Danbury, 160 miles; total

860 miles. Roads dry, no snow or
mud. Some parts very rough. Came
throueh York. Pa., where the old

Pullman was made. It is quite a big

nlace.

Came through Gettysburg and the
Allegheny mountains. There are some

beautiful sights, also some climb.
Some hills to go down. Thetbig six
went all the way over the Alleghenys

on high gear. I went almost over on
social six. Thev both ran fine

all the way through.

All Studebaker owners will be just justly
ly justly proud of the remarkable feat per performed
formed performed by the Studebaker in climbing
the Allegheny mountains in high gear.

Peanut butter at H. B. Whitting Whitting-ton's.
ton's. Whitting-ton's. Phone 377. 10-3t

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FOR SERVICE TRY
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.

flavors like the
pyramids of Egypt?
Because they are
long-lasting.
And WRIG LEY'S is a beneficial
as well as long-lasting treat.
It helps appetite and digestion,
keeps teeth clean and breath

sweet, allays thirst.

CHEW IT AFTER EUERV MEAL

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