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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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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: Showers and
kthuiiderstorms probably tonight and
OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920.
VOL. 26, NO. 90
aturday.
MEXICO ASKS
RAILROAD IN WAIT APPROVAL
STRIKING AT
OUR SHIPPING
PERIL FOR OUR
PERMISSION
1ST RETURN FROM
11 PEOPLE
N BAD SHAPE

DIXIE HIGHWAY IS

OW

To Move Troops Through American
Territory, to Take Rebels
in the Rear

(Associated Press)
Washington, April 16. Mexico has
asked permission to move troops thru
American territory in order to attack
Sonora from the north. No action
has been taken.
COLBY REORGANIZING
Secretary Colby has begun reorgan reorganization
ization reorganization of the state department.
KLUTTZ BOSS CONCILIATOR
President "Wilson has nominated
Whitehead Kluttz, of North Carolina,
to membership o nthe board of medi mediation
ation mediation conciliation.
IMPEACHMENT HELD UP
Action on the resolution looking to
the impeachment of Assistant Secre
tary Post, may be delayed a week.
PENSACOLA HAILSTONES
BIG AS PECANS
( Associated Press
Pensacola, April 16. Hailstones as
large as pecans fell here today, dam damaging
aging damaging gardens and it is reported kill killing!
ing! killing! chickens.
FLORIDA MAY HAVE
A NO-FENCE LAW
- ( Associated Press)
Bartow, April 16.: A conference is
being held here between cattle rais raisers,
ers, raisers, citrus fruit and truck growers to
decide on the draft of a no-fence law.
GREAT WORK TO BE
DONE BY GORGAS
(Associated Press)
New York, April 16. Major Gen General
eral General Gorgas, arriving here today from
Peru, said he would oson leave for
the West African coast on a mission
for the (Peruvian government to in investigate
vestigate investigate conditions respecting the
spread and combatting of tropical
feveri. ;
MILLER IS CRAZY
Associated Press)
Steuberville, Ohio, April 16 Harry
Miller, who confessed the murder of
11-year-old Francis South, kept the
other prisoners in the county jail
awake all night singing. County of officials
ficials officials say the prisoner is demented
and his condition is becoming worse.
WOMAN'S CLUB PROGRAM
''The program at the Woman's Club
tomorrow afternoon, 'beginning at 3
o'clock, is under the direction of the
educational committee, Mrs. G. C.
Shephard chairman. The hostesses for
the social hour are Mrs. J. C. ,B.
Koonce, Mrs. Anna Holder, Mrs.
Christian Ax and Mrs. R. S. Hall. Dr.
Conradi, resident of the State Col College
lege College for Women, will address the club
on the subject of citizenship. The full
nrocrram is as follows:
Song, "My Florida, My Florida," by
the club.
. Solo, selected, by Miss Porter.
Address bv Dr. Conradi.
Illustrated talk on public school
music by Miss Porter.
Folk dances by pupils of the third
"srrade.
Piano solo by a pupil of the seventh
exade.
, Selection by Girls' Glee Club of the
high school.
Solo by Miss Bullock.
Song, "America," by the club.
This will be an open meeting and all
interested are cordially invited to at attend.
tend. attend. BARGAIN IN BUICK 4 ROADSTER
Buick "4" roadster in good shape.
Good tires. AUTO SALES CO.,
Mack Taylor.
Phone 348, Ocala, Fla. 12-tf
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
W. K.. Lane, M. D. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. v tf.
txtta
PHONE 71
C E SIMMONS.
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To Their Work by Sunday Noon.
Arrest of Radical Leaders Stag Staggers
gers Staggers Their Morale

(Associated Press)
Washington, April 16. Direct gov government
ernment government intervention in the strike
took place when the railroad labor as assembled
sembled assembled today. Strikers who voted to
return to work stipulated that their
demands be referred to the labor
board. The New York brotherhood
and railroad officials declared that
indications were that the striking was
nearing an end. and said the ultima ultimatum
tum ultimatum the-railroads had given the strik strikers
ers strikers until Sunday to return to work
was a body blow to the strikers' mor morale.
ale. morale. Disintegration of the strike in
the central and far west it is believed
will occur soon as a result of the ar
rest by the government of 25 strike
leaders.
BOOKS ARE OPEN
New York, April lO.-VThe Railroad
General Managers' Association of
New York last night delivered an ul ultimatum
timatum ultimatum to the Hbig four" railroad
brotherhoods, giving them until noon
Saturday to have their men report for
work.
After that time, it stated, the rail railroads
roads railroads themselves will open their books
for a period i of twenty-four hours,
ending at noon Sunday, for "such men
as register during that period' and who
are acceptable, who will be taken back
into the service, retaining their roster
rights."
"In any event," the ultimatum add added,
ed, added, "the railroads retain the right to
refuse to reinstate or re-employ cer certain
tain certain employes who have shown, dur during
ing during the period of trouble, by violence,
seditious utterance, intimidation or
other well-defined means, an unfitness
for further railroad service."
ALLEN'S ACCUSATION
Topeka, April 16. Responsibility
for labor conditions in the Kansas coal
fields is placed upon the.. American
Federation of Labor by Governor Al
ien. The governor said: that organiz
ed labor officials were fighting to hold
their offices, and not 'for. the protec protection
tion protection of the workmen.
RETURNING AS INDIVIDUALS
New Orleans, April 16. Strjking
yardmen are returning to work as in individuals
dividuals individuals and few remain out, accord according
ing according to railroad officials.'
ALL, OR NEARLY ALL, QUIET ON
THE POTOMAC
Washington, April 16. The strik striking
ing striking railroad employees in the Poto Potomac
mac Potomac yards, the freight gateway of the
South, have returned to work.
PROBABLY HAVE REASON
Jacksonville, April 16 The switch switchmen
men switchmen on the entire Florida East Coast
system walked out at noon today.
REAL ESTATE AT EASTLAKE
CHANGES HANDS
One of the largest real estate deals
that has taken place in the county for
some time was completed recently
when Dr. J. E. Klock sold his interest
in the Eastlake Investment Co. to Mr.
Howard V. Lee, both of whom are res residents
idents residents of Eastlake. A short time ago
Mr. Lee sold his handsome orange
grove at Mount Pora, and while no
consideration has been reported on
either transaction, it. is understood
that the properties which changed
hands in these two deals represents a
value of not less than $50,000.
MET HEAD ON AT BAY MINETTE
(Associated Press)
Mobile, Ala., April 16. Two are
dead, one is missing and several were
injured as the result of a head-on col collision
lision collision between passenger trains near
Bay Minette.
LEVEES WILL HOLD
(Associated Press)
New Orleans, April 16. Members
of the Mississippi river commission
said the levees were in good condition
and able to take care of an unusually
large volume of water at present.
HARD NUT IS HOWARD
Greenville, April 16. Charles How Howard,
ard, Howard, who has just finished a five-year
term in the Atlanta federal prison,
was placed on trial here today in fed federal
eral federal court, charged with safe-cracking.

Reply of Ambassador's Council to
Hungarian Objections to the
Peace Treaty

(Associated Press)
Paris, April 16. Delivery of the
ambassador's council reply t(V the
Hungarian objections to the peace
treaty is awaiting approval from
President Wilson as to certain clauses.
WHY NOT LET THEM STARVE IT
OUT?
Dublin, April 16. Another hunger
strike is reported among the political
prisoners at Mount Joy.
CIVIL WAR IN CHINA
Shanghai, April 16. Serious dis disturbances
turbances disturbances have occurred at Honan,
China, and civil war threatens, ac according
cording according to recent advices.
DANGER IS OVER
Paris, April 16. The danger of a
new uprising against the Ebert gov government
ernment government apparently has passed, ac according
cording according to Berlin advices.
DANIELS' BID
FOR THE NOMINATION
(Associated Press)
San Francisco, April 16. The Pa Pacific
cific Pacific fleet will assemble at San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Bay during the democratic con convention,
vention, convention, according to Admiral Rod Rodman.
man. Rodman. THEODORE VAIL
CAiisociated Press)
New York, April 16. Theodore N.
Vail, chairman of the board of direc directors
tors directors of the American Telephone and
Telegraph Company, died today in a
Baltimore hospital.
SEEDS
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 405. if
U-SEMVE

Cash and Carfcy

The Help Yourself System of High
Quality Groceries is Growing
by Leaps and Bounds

Satisfaction goes with every purchase ; satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction of proven brands ; satisfaction on a substantial
saving made on every article. Every article in the
U-SERVE GROCERY is sold for less, not only on
Saturday, but every day in the week. In other
words, U-SERVE goods are under-priced all the time.
EVERY PACKAGE A MONEY-SAVING ARTICLE

Trade with the U-SERVE for one month and see
what you save on your bill, not only in money, but
you have guaranteed brands of quality, you have
goods out of a clean store and you make your own
selections direct from the shdves. . . .

U-SEIRVE (GMDCE1Y
Cash and Carry
Ocala House Block, Opposite Courthouse.

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Foreigners Don't Like to See Com Commerce
merce Commerce Flourish Under the
American Flag

(Associated Pr-as)
Washington, April 16. Congres Congressional
sional Congressional investigation of alleged efforts
by foreign interests to check the de development
velopment development of new American trade
routes is asked in a letter sent by
Matthew Hale, president of the South
Atlantic States Association, and Unit United
ed United States senators representing the
states of South and North Carolina,
Georgia and Florida.
Mr. Hale called attention to the pub public
lic public announcement that a committee
headed by Delos W. Cooke, associate
director of the Cunard Lines, would
appear before the Interstate Com Commerce
merce Commerce Commission soon to present an
appeal for cancellation of export rates
to South Atlantic ports which com compete
pete compete with the ports of New York and
Halifax. The letter also referred to
agitation "on the part of certain large
shipping interests formerly operated
under the British flag" for the immed immediate
iate immediate sale of the new American merch merchant
ant merchant marine.
The breaking up of the merchant
fleet, now operated by the United
States, Mr. Hale asserted, is common commonly
ly commonly reported to be 'in direct accord with
the policies desired by British ship shipping
ping shipping firms in the fear of American
competition."
WIRELESS STATION AT
BEAUFORT DESTROYED
(Associated Press)
: Newbern, N. C, April 16. Fire of
unknown origin destroyed the wire wireless
less wireless station near Beaufort today. The
Are gained a head and it was impos impossible
sible impossible to save the building and its con contents.
tents. contents. The plant, which was owned
by the government, was valued at
thousands of dollars.
Cream puffs, chocolate eclairs,
snoncre droDs. ladv finerers. macaroons,
i kisses and wafers. Catrer's Bakery. It
GROCERY
. ...

Americans in Danger of Being Mur Murdered
dered Murdered by the Turks Besieg Besieging
ing Besieging Aintab

(Associated Press)
Constantinople, April 16 Mes Messages
sages Messages received here report heavy
fighting between the Turks and Ar Armenians
menians Armenians at Aintab. The Armenians
are occupying the American mission
buildings and uneasiness is felt for
the thirteen American relief workers
there.
BOARD OF TRADE
MEETS TONIGHT
Special Session to Increase Income of
the Organization
It is expected that there will be a
large attendance at the adjourned
meeting of the Board of Trade tonight
at 8 o'clock when steps will be taken
to increase the income of the organi organization
zation organization upon which depends its future
work. A list of possible members of
the organization will be presented by
a committee and the plans are to have
all of these seen and asked to become
members of the Board of Trade.
At the special meeting held on
Tuesday night, it was determined that
the Board of Trade should have the
financial support that it is in need of.
The organization has reached the
point where' it is just beginning to get
good results. Especially is this true
of the publicity that has been given
Ocala and Marion county. It is prob
able that the city and county have
never had as much publicity as they
have during the past twelve months,
and all of this must be followed up
and kept going, Successful advertis
ing must be constant; its results are
accumulative.
The Board of Trade is backing eve
ry movement for the general good. It
is working for good roads and better
streets. It is bringing desirable resi
dents into the city and county. It is a
general information bureau for visi visitors.
tors. visitors. To make its work effective in increased
creased increased costs of operation must be
taken care of.
PLANNING A REUNION
' v (Associated Press)
Greenville, April 16. rThe execu executive
tive executive committee of the' Thirtieth Di Division
vision Division has been called to meet in
Asheville to plan the next reunion.
TOO MANY PARTIES NOW
(Associated Press)
Jefferson City, Mo April 16- Rep
resentatives of the '"liberals" met
here today to discuss the formation
of a new national party.
Strong Women
By. Da. Vaxentink, AIutt.
VV omen
' 1 I y ill P
and men too
-are just as
strong and
healthy as
their blood.
V i g o r and
health come
with good
blood. Without pood red bleed a
woman has a weak heart and poor
nerve3.
In the spring is the best time to
take stock of one's condition If
the blood is thin and vatery, face
pale or pimply, if one is tired and
listbss, generally weak, a Spring
Tonic should be taken. An old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned herbal remedy that was
used by nearly everybody 50 years
ago is still safe and sane because it
contains no alcohol or narcotic. It
is made of roots and herbs and
called Dr. Pierce'r Golden Medical
Discovery. If druggists do not
keep it in tablet form, send 60 cents
for a vial to Dr. Pierce's Invalids'
Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y.

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Carrying the Election on Tuesday will
Take Care of Maintenance
of this Road
The Dixie Highway, from Belleview
around Lake Weir to the Lake-Marion
line, is in frightful condition. When
the summer rains come it will be in
worse condition, unless something is
done.- Travel over this highway is
heavier than over any road in the
county. It is therefore, difficult and
expensive to keep up. Each year the
traffic is becoming heavier. A large

part of the county road funds must be
spent on this highway, for it is a
main artery. If the bond issue car carries
ries carries on Tuesday, the Dixie Highway
will not only be built but will be taken
over and maintained by the state. The
money now being spent by the county
in keeping up the highway would then
be available to other roads of the
county. And Tuesday presents the
last opportunity by the county to get -the
$280,000 state aid money. If the
election fails to carry this sum wil go
to some other county, and Marion will
have to pay the two-mill state road
tax just the same. It would mean a
loss not only of the $280,000, but of
the state maintenance.
Mr. A. C. Blowers, chairman of the
campaign committee, accompanied by
Mr. R. S. Rogers and Louis R. Cha-
zal, secretary of the Marion County
Board of Trade, yesterday made 'a
trip to Citra, Sparr, Anthony and
Oak. They found a change of senti
ment since the last election and fav favorable
orable favorable to the issue.
There will be a meeting of the
Ocala campaign committee tonight.
DESTRUCTION OF
CATTLE VAT IN DUVAL
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville. Anril 16. Unidenti
fied parties blew up a cattle dipping
vat at White House, near here.
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR
ARMY MEN EXPECTED
TO PROVE POPULAR
CoL G. S. Tiffany Prepared to Answer
Questions as Free, Patriotic SchoJ-
' ships for Men Honorably Discharg Discharged
ed Discharged from New Army.
(Times-Union)'
With the announcement from the
war department of the proposed plan
of a large number of colleges and
educational institutions throughout

the country to establish free, patri patriotic,
otic, patriotic, scholarships, for men who have
been, honorably discharged from the
new army, Col. G. S. Tiffany, com commanding
manding commanding the Florida recruiting dis district
trict district for the army, said yesterday
that he anticipated inquiries from a
large number of young men through throughout
out throughout the state, who are ambitious to
gain an education of the first grade,
but through financial or other rea reasons
sons reasons are unable to do so. This course
if adopted by the war department,
will open a new field for these young
men and the consensus of opinion of
the service in general is that those
who feel that they can qualify, will
not hesitate about going through one"
or three years of active service under
the colors if such a procedure will
gain them admittance to one of the
country's foremost universities and
carry them through its entire course
without expense to themselves, other
than their personal maintenance.
"It is also generally believed," said
Col. Tiffany, "that a considerable
number of men, who although at this
time may not feel that they can
qualify either mentally or physically, -for
a course in one of these institu institutions,
tions, institutions, will enter the service and at attend
tend attend the schools that are conducted
by the war department, and in this
way, brush up on their backward sub subjects
jects subjects and at the same time have the
advantage of the wonderful physical
training system that is carried on 'n
the army. All of this may be done
without a cent of expense to the sol soldier
dier soldier and it is believed that 'any ener energetic
getic energetic young man, may in this manner

pave the way to his ultimate success
at the expense of the United States."
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
One 1917 Iford Touring.
One 1918 Ford Touring.
One 1919 Ford Roadster.
AUTO SALES CO.,
Mack Taylor.
Phone 348. tf Ocala, Fla.
OPPOSITE
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OCA LA EVENING STAB FRIDAY. APRIL 1C, 1920

OCA LA fEVEmilG STAR

PablUhed Every Day FIzrrpt Sunday jr
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OF OCALA, FLA.

R. R. Carroll, Prraldeat
P, V, LetiTeagoody Secretary-Treasurer
J. II. Itenjamfa, Editor

Entered at Oeala, Fla., jostofflce as
second-class matter.

TELEPHO.NKS
Baalnrnn Offlre Five-One
Editorial Department Two-Seven
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3H&3IIIKIL ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Associated Press la exclusively
entitled for the use for republication of
all news dispatches credited to it or
not otherwise credited in this paper and
also the local news published herein.
All rights of republication of special
dispatches herein are also reserved.
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One jreari in'advance ff.00
rilx months, in advance 3.00
Three months, in advance 1.50
One month, in advance .CO

not 'make enough of an impression on
Uncle Joe to cause him to be remem remembered.
bered. remembered. Uncle Joe was probably think thinking
ing thinking of some thing of importance, and
as soon as our Catts was out of his
sight he was out of his mind.
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Reading; Notices 5 cents per line for

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Legal advertisements at legal rates.

The kind of weather we are having
today would make a duck quack for an
umbrella.

Fletcher is receiving ovations all
over the state. The senator talks good

sense and the people like to hear him.

So many Mexican laborers are emi

grating to the United States that

whole towns in Mexico are left with
out men to carry on necessary work

Three eminent singers' paid income

taxes in New York lately as follows:

John, McCormack $125,000; Enrico
Caruso, '$100,000, and Galli-Curci,

$75,000.

These primaries in Michigan, Min

nesota, South Dakota, etci, are a waste
of time. They are of no more impor

tance than a straw vote.

A gun has been Invented in France

which, it is claimed, will throw shells
180 miles, or three times as far as the

"Big Bertha" which the Germans used

to bombard Paris. ;

Chairman Butler of the House nav

al affairs committee declared that the

United States will have the world's
leading navy in 1924. It will also have

the leading tax rate.
f H "i i i i i

Former U. S. Minister to China

Reinsch says that' our policy of

xianas on maxes us greatly liKea

ana trusted by the Chinese. The Chi Chinese
nese Chinese are more appreciative than the

Mexicans.

f Messrs. O. H. Rogers, J. W. Davis

and Bruce Meffert, three of our com commissioners4
missioners4 commissioners4 have returned from Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, where they attended the 1 state
convention- of county commissioners.
The report a' very well attended and
instructive meeting.
V- I
'tfhcle! Joe Cannon says he' has nd
repembrahce of meeting our Catts,
and" Frank Clark says he' introduced
oijr Catts to Uncle Joe. Frank Clark
Is '.a.Hruthfur man, and Uncle Joe
would not take the trouble to lie about

DIGNITY VS. COMMON FOLKS

Elsewhere we publish a criticism by
Mr. P. H. Nugent on the sentence of
Mabry Phillips. It is severe a little
too severe in some places. For in instance,
stance, instance, de do not think it has evil
been necessary to approach Judge
Smith thru an ambassador. We have
been in his office on an average of five
days in the 'week 'since he began his
first term, and have never seen him

other than kind and courteous, dem democratic
ocratic democratic and inassuming. We have not
lost confidence in the judge because of

the Phillips case. He has been an ex excellent
cellent excellent official during the seven and a

third years he has been in office, and
we confidently expect him to finish out
his term as he has served hefetofors.

If he was a candidate for re-election,

we would be supporting him, and this

Phillips case would not cause us to

withdraw, our support, because we be-'

liev he has done honestly what he be

lieved to be right, and we never ex

pect to see any man stay in office
eight years without making mistakes.

Marion county will be in good luck if
William E." Smith's successor makes as
good a judge as William E. Smith.
At the same time, Mr. Nugent has
fairly expressed : the opinion of our
citizens on Phillips' sentence. Mr.
Nugent, as most of our people know,
has always been an uncompromising
advocate of justice, and in many years
of public service he has become well
posted on the law and sentiment of
the people of Marion. Moonshining is
a crime that deserves a more heavy
punishment than it receives. It should
be made a penitentiary offense the
general government has made it o
and the state should make it no less.
Had Mabe Phillips been convicted in
the United States court, he would
have gone to the penitentiary, and
justly so. A man who sells moonshine
knows that any quart he sells may be
an incentive to two of the worst of
crimes that he may cause crape to
be tied on a neighbor's door, or cause
a neighbor's daughter to be qutraged.
There is no excuse for making the
stuff,-and it will be a whole lot saer.
and more respectable to have the open
barroom with its thousand dollars a
year-license than a dozen or more sec secret
ret secret stills with an occasional fine for
those who own or manage them. Any
main Who makes moonshine unless in
a "very small quantity for his own
use--always makes it to sell, and a
man" who sells it will ; do anything
mean or lowdowri. t Mr. Green, in his
letter to therStar yesterday, said that
Mabe-Phillips has suffered more and

been disgraced more than Perry Ed Edwards
wards Edwards if he were to be sentenced for
six months twice a year for the next

ten years to serve on the hard road.

Well, we don't know. Law is not sup-

pdsed to be served out that way. An
intelligent white man who -makes
moonshine, counterfeits money, steals

or passes bad checks, has plenty, of

time to consider how it will feel to be
caught.-'The 'fact is none of them ex expects
pects expects to be caught. And when they

are they should be given a lesson that

Editor Star: The dignity that
hedges about a county judge is pre precisely
cisely precisely the same brand of official gloom
that envelopes a plain justice of the
peace. There are justices and jus justices.
tices. justices. The late Hugh Miller, some sometimes
times sometimes alluded to a justice of the peace
as just-ass of the peace. But I am ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with a number of justices in
Marion county, good men, all of them
entitled to as much respect in their
official capacity as Judge Smith in
his, and none of them so enveloped in
dignity that they must be approached
through an ambassador. Plain people
who have entrusted any man with of office
fice office have not exactly invested him
with divinity, and due criticism of the
county judge's court will not neces necessarily
sarily necessarily put a free man in jail, nor will
any of us go to hell simply because
the'eounty judge has kindly given us

pet mission to do so, in an open letter

in a public print; a proceeding that
does hot strike common people, who
are' not county judges, as in keeping

with the alleged superabundance of

digbity of his office, held only by vir virtue'
tue' virtue' of the votes of said common folks.

A number of representative citizens

of the 'county met with the county

commissioners and Judge Smith was

present at that meeting. My recol recollection
lection recollection is that Judge Smith clearly

gave those gentlemen to understand

that he would impose jail sentences in
all convictions in moonshine cases.

Perry Edwards, a colored farmer, was

convicted on the evidence of the young
white scoundrel who murdered Guth-

ery, a notorious liar. Mabe Phillips,
a white man, was convicted on the
testimony of reliable witnesses, with
absolute proof, and on his own evi evidence.
dence. evidence. There is doubt about Perry's
guilt. There is none about Phillips'
guilt. Under the law either could
have been sent on the road. The col colored
ored colored man was put on the road and the
white man was fined.
' The county 'judge, in my opinion,
had the one opportunity that has pre presented
sented presented itself to him in his whole life
of being of service to the people of
his county. A sentence of Mabe Phil Phillips
lips Phillips to the road gang would have put
an end, probably, to moonshining in
Marion county.' A fine of Mabe Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, in my opinion, has simply given
moonshining license. And as between
licensing moonshining by fining one of
the few caught and having open bar barrooms
rooms barrooms legally running, I see but little
choice, with that choice in favor of
open bars.
The people of this county are en entitled
titled entitled to protection above all in their
courts, and vthe cause of justice is sac sacred.
red. sacred. When any distinction, whatever,
is made between black and white, in
a court of law, we all fall together. ;
So far as Mr. Green's advice to, the
court is concerned, and Mr. Green's
own position, the single proposition,
clearly advanced in a newspaper by

Mr. Green himself, viz: a sentence for
revenue, is sufficient. The people of

Marion county who voted down rev revenue
enue revenue from legal liquor selling, and

especially the women of our county,
who always suffer most, ought not to
be insulted by any proposition of rev revenue
enue revenue from moonshining.
I am of the opinion Judge Smith
has made this county a better than
average county judge, but I certainly
do not endorse his position in the
Perry Edwards and Mabe Phillips
cases, nor do I think that I am neces necessarily
sarily necessarily in danger of either jail or
Hades. Respectfully,
P. H. Nugent.
CORRECT HISTORY

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PYIiES &PE

(Successors to E. C. Jordan & Co.)
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Calls Answered Promptly,. Day or Night
Motor Equipment
117 East Oklawafca Aresae
PHONE 555 RESIDENCE PHONE 225

ten .a matter. So the only solution

ofthis problem is that our Cattg did

ii'rJ"5 Thousands of people
L'J$s& should be wearing glasses
. yet they prefer tT-suf-
.'2& see" & er from headaches,' ner ner-v
v ner-v ; 4y.wN ousness and other mental
disorders.
- DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.

Eyesight Specialist

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j iFoi All Classes Of i
t! Sidney Briclr, Wood, Z
t and Coiicrefe :
5 Building I
J- Contractor ; ?
5' 'Phone 446. 728 Wenona St. I

will impress them and warn others.

When told that the alcoholic ward
at Bellevue hospital, which used to

harbor "100 patients at a time,- now

had only four patients. Charities Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Color of New York said:

"Whatever people may think pf pro prohibition
hibition prohibition and of the methods used to
secure its adoption, prohibition is ac accomplishing
complishing accomplishing more good results than

its extreme advocates have ever claim
ed."

The Ocala Rotary Club, made up

almost entirely of heavy taxpayers,
believes in education, and proves its
faith by its work.' It voted almost
solid for three mills in the school dis district
trict district election Tuesday, and its votes
made up over a third of the ballots

cast.

Editor Star: Mr. Collier says the
council refused the A. C L. the priv:
ilege of blocking certain streets with
tracks several years ago "mainly be because
cause because public sentiment was against"
the proposition. I was on the council
at the time and favored granting the
privilege. It was my impression at
the time that the proposition was

I turned down because an influential

citizen had recently had a cow or mule
killed by a train and was not well dis disposed
posed disposed toward the railroad company.'
R. McConathy.
BLITCHTON

The railroad workers of Lublin. Po Poland,
land, Poland, have memoralized the Polish diet
asking for less pay, declaring it is
useless to raise wages when price of
living jumps five times as fast. The
Poles have more sense than Americans.

An exchange says that since the be beginning
ginning beginning of the world war. $250,000,000
of sunken treasure has been raised
around the British Isles. This doesn't
equal however the amount of hell rais raised
ed raised by the German submarines.
Mr. L. S. Light informs us that he
will be in group two. which will make
him and Charlie Hunter opponents for
representative. A debate between
them will be of the greatest interest.

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Blitchton, April 16. Rev. Webb of
Williston preached, at the Baptist
church Sunday afternoon.
Miss Oda Blitch is spending several
weeks at Cedar Keys,' the guest of her
sister, Miss Opal Blitch.

Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Blitch visited j

Ocala this week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Fant, Miss
Maude Fant and Mr. J. P. Fant of
Morriston spent the week end at Ir Irvine.
vine. Irvine. ,j
Mr. N. Priest spent Saturday at
Morriston.
'Miss Elsie Coulter is visiting at
Fellowship for several weeks.
. Mrs. E. L. Carney and Mrs. W..T.
Gary of Ocala and a party of friends
passed thru here Monday en route to
Williston.

WHEN YOUR CAR

J LOOKS "SEEDY"
that is thertime to order us to
Igive it a coat or two of paint
land high gloss or dull finish,
J jfactory style. It'r astonishing
twhat a fine new-liKe finish we
a
can put on even old v models.
j We can make tha: old car ook

jwuj ai bile uiuia.

SEEDS!
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas. cow peas and sorghum
seed. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
Colorite for straw hats, all colors,
at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 3-10t

; rOPS New, covered, patched and. coated with a patent wax paat
that makes old tops absolutely waterproof.
; PAINTING Autos painted, striped and finished in the .best of
material.
UPHOLSTERING We are prepared to give yon satisfactory ser service
vice service in upholstering backs, seats or. cushions.
; TARES, TUBES .SA amiflrOIIlLS

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

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FIVE hundred thousand dollars
in 8 cumulative;- sinking
fund, First Preferred Stock, and
5000 shares of Common Stock,
no par value, constitute this most
attractive issue. 8 cumulative
dividends on preferred stock
payable quarterly on March 1st,
June lst, September 1st and Dec December
ember December 1st.
FEDERAL Bakeries are oper operating
ating operating In 274 cities through throughout
out throughout the country and 27 units are
in active operation under the
Federal System of Bakeries of
the South, Inc.

Represenatives of this Company
April 10th, with headquarters at

EEDERAL S Bakeries in opera operation,
tion, operation, in the South show- net
earnings at the rate1 of $48,000
per annum oman original invest investment
ment investment of $120;000. Additional
units to be installed will result in
ir net .earnings equivalent to-five
times dividend requirements on
-. I this issue.
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PRICE in blocks, of .one .share
of Preferredff4md. onef share
of Ckmamon-r-$110 a blocks De De-t
t De-t ccriptive literature w i 1 1 b e
promptly forwarded upon, re-

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will be in, Ocala one week commenc commenc-the
the commenc-the Federal Bakery on Main St.

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Bonds

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Short Terra, Hcto

StninoU Bids.
Jacksonville

The above information, while not guaranteed, has beca cttdiud frtza sources tskieh
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OQALA onn.Es!

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FOR
Frank's
"The Fashion Center"
If you have
phone five-one.
any society items,
Special Notice:
Beginning Thursday, May
6th and continuing throughout
September, this store will close
every Thursday at I o'clock.
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane have re returned
turned returned from a very pleasant camping
trip down the East Coast.
Mr. Guy Zewadski of Tampa will ar arrive
rive arrive in the city this afternoon to spend
the week-end with his father. Mr. W.
K. Zewadski.
. and
Saturday
Begins a Carefully Planned
Strawberries only 31 cents a quart
at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf
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WEEK20F SUPRISING ECONOMIES

f !y"'i-',ri..5a

Important Reductions
Women's Tailored Suits
The work, of artists is evident in these
suits -the. touch of a specialist in their
tailoring. Finest quality Navy Blue
Tricotine was selected for them.
There, are many fashionable models
in this lot.
Every suit in this lot at a re-

duction of

In this lot is included
spring Coats and plaid
Skirts of all wool.

Economy Week Starts Saturday

Printed and Novelty Voil
Fashioned into lovely, irresistible frocks, will be

seen fluttering up and down the
street as summer turns the
hours of the calendar backwards.

ity.

The new weaves, designs and

colorings -are so clever and decorative
to niake a iblouse, dress or child's frock
become the simplest thing.
A yard or two or three or four
some thread, a needle, a bit pf trimr
ming and you've achieved something

whichr expresses .your own

prices by the yard

C- It

peresonal

fluffy ruffle Organ-

dy in 3II the desirable colors for summer.

'The Fashion Center"

Ocala

Florida

Special Notice
Beginning Thursday, May 6, and
continuing throughout September,
this store will close every Thursday at
1 o'clock. '

Mrs. J. Savton Wolfe of Savannah,
will arrive in the city Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon to be the guest of Mrs. Paul
Simmons for several weeks.

Work on the Marion Hardware's big
store is progressing rapidly, and it
will not be long before the stock will
be romoved into it. It will be one of
the finest, best arranged stores in the
state.

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-tf
r

Grand opena commences this year

on the 26th of April and as usual

there are a number of Ocalans making
plans to attend this music festival,
which will be one of the very best that

has eves been held in Atlanta
. Recruiting Officer Jack Kassels has
an assistant in Private Stanley Gum Gum-erlock,
erlock, Gum-erlock, Battery B, 56th C. A. C. Mr.
Gumerlock served two years in France
and was once severely wounded. He
is here to help "Jack" in his recruit recruiting.
ing. recruiting. Cream puffs, chocolate eclairs,
sponge drops, lady fingers, macaroons,
kisses and wafers. Catrer's Bakery. It

MIC

Mrs. Fay Dun after an exceedingly
pleasant visit of several weeks spent
at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Charles
Tydings, left yesterday afternoon for
Mobile, Aal., for a short stay before
returning to her home in Columbus,
Ohio.

Tonight Mrs. Napoleon Hickman
will entertain at her home at a dance
honoring her two attractive young
granddaughters, Misses Charlotte and
Anita Chazal. About thirty guests
aire invited and these young folks are
anticipating a huge time.
The "Ease-All" arch protecting
shoes and the Dr. Edison Cushion
Shoes are to be had at only one store
in Ocala. For ladies only. Little's
Shoe Parlor. 15-tf

At the lawn fete Tuesday ,evening in
the Ocala House grounds, the ladies
in charge of the supper will serve the
following menu, cafeteria style:
Chicken salad, sandwiches, boiled
ham, Boston baked beans, strawberry
short cake, ice cream and cake, coffee.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brinson and
Misses Davis and Allie Burke of the
industrial school, at the invitation of
PrincipaJ Barnwell, visited Fessenden
Academy yesterday, and had a very
pleasant and interesting two hours in inspecting
specting inspecting that well-conducted and ef efficient
ficient efficient school. '

Strawberries, only 31 cents a quart

at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf

Mrs. H. Blackburn leave sthis aft

ernoon for Atlanta, where she will

join her husband, who preceded her

several months ago, to make that city

their future home. Ocala regrets los

ing Mr. and Mrs. Blackburn and they
have many1 friends here who trust at

some future date they may return to

Ocala.

MJTOS

UPffUDES

Complete Line:

Tires, .Spot Lights,
Tubes, , Bumpers,
Spark Plugs, Snubbers,
Shock Absorbers.
Bo Fo O P3 P M
FL King Ave. Ocala, Florida
BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

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MULTI GRAPHING I

Typewritten Circular Letters
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY

Addressing Typewriting
Satisfactory Work Guaranteed i

MINERVA EiMURPHY 1

Gary Block Phone 11 Ocala, Florida

u::iit!ti8i:nt:

Six hundred ladies can get the
BIGGEST BARGAIN at Gerig's Spec Special
ial Special Sale. Come in and see for your yourself.
self. yourself. Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Howard and
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk have returned
from a very pleasant trip down the
East Coast. Mrs. Sistrunk stopped at
Fort Lauderdale, for a pleasant visit
to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Beck, who she
found well and happy, and Mr. and
Mrs. Howard went on to visit friends
at Buena Vista, a suburb of Miami.,

Miss Ann Izora Bonner left early
yesterday morning for her home at
Kirven, Texas, after several months
pleasantly spent in Ocala, the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Howard Clark. The
many friends that Miss Bonner made
while in the city are looking forward

with much pleasure to another visit

from her next winter.

Miss Emily Stotesbury was the hos hospitable
pitable hospitable hostess yesterday afternoon
entertaining the Thursday auction

club. The only invited guest was Mrs.

Stephen Jewett. This is one of the

most congenial clubs in town and the
members' thoroughly enjoy its meet meetings.
ings. meetings. The three high scorers yester yesterday
day yesterday were Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Mrs. C. L.
Gamsby and Mrs. Clarence Camp. At
the conclusion of the games Miss

Stotesbury assisted by her sister, Mrs.
H. A. Ford, serced a delectable ice
course.
TAYLOR THE HAT MAN at the
Florida House. Make your old hat
do another year. Telephone me at
Florida House. 10-6t

Girl wanted at Kindt's music store.

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is always riht It's worth waitin for. Alwaya wci wci-cKNeVer
cKNeVer wci-cKNeVer ihirks its. wort Nerer faala. Nerer
wastes minutes or materials and I know vme.faad
wholesome, as Calumet rontans only such medients
as have beec approved ofioa3y by the U. S. rood
Authorities."
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920

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KLIM
Solves the milk
problem if you
cannot get fresh
milk.
KLIM

Cam-Thomas Co.
Phone 163

FIRE

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
BOY WANTED The Star wants a
steady, industrious boy to learn the
printing business. Good wages to
start with.

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE

Notice is hereby given that under and
by virtue of a final decree of foreclosure
entered in that certain cause pending
in the circuit court of the Fifth Judic Judicial
ial Judicial Circuit of the state of Florida, in
and for Marion county, in chancery,
in which Noble W. Harison is com complainant
plainant complainant and Ruth M. Giles et al., are
defendants, of date April 1st. A. D.
1&20, I. the undersigned special mas master
ter master in chancery appointed by the said

court to execute the provisions of said

LATEST LOCALS

Temperature this morning, 57; this

afternoon, 67

GOT AWAY FROM THE GALE

Messrs. Ralph J. Johnson and
Ralph J. Lutes started early this

morning by airplane for Orlando but

Miss Frances Tarver is spending a on reaching Eastlake decided the

couple of weeks in Jacksonville. szorm was coming too nerce, so

Imey returned to vscaia. mr. juuiisuu
at noon left by train for Orlando,

decree, shall offer for sale and sell to well known visitor in the city today. ynere ne win oe until tomorrow, xi

is understod tnat tne principal reason

the highest and best bidder for cash,
in front of the sooith door of the Mar Mar-ioi
ioi Mar-ioi county court house in Oca la, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on
Monday, May 3rd, A. D. 1920
between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.

and 2 o'clock -p. m. the lands and per

Mr. John H. Good has returned to Uor the return is that Mr. Lutes was

I l m a.

Ocala from a two-weeks business trip. 31 ram oi nis new nat getting weu

1 Aviator Jonnson tooK several up
m w;n;, m,,! anA Wo I nearer the sun Wednesday and Thurs-

FOR RF.NTTrnmfnrtahlP housekeeD- '"IT XAa rnki nronprtv Fnl nf Tnmna wpre in the citv ves- ay. Alderman l nomas went up

ing rooms, close in, good location. Ad- eing situated in Marion county. Flor- terday. Wednesday and took stunts, studying

dress "L" care of Star. 16-6t l'V" Brth.t ,. Ucaia irom topside and underside so

a mm r h 111 U a 11 m U V W -- w v

of block 52. Old Survey, Ocala, Florida

- I running thence east one hundred and I i. I tt rpts wnnlrl lnnlr
d I i ui i o i v 1. v, I nnw ftrcnnvinc a stiup little home on I streets w ouiu iook.

I LIllI I V -Iklil lldlj iCCt. uuuiuk O o I ,

fpnfe npr inn- 552 nr 1000 Phone 220. I south one hundred and twenty (120) Waclimcrtnn street, east, inursday, Mrs. Jonn lnomson, U

I feet, thence running west fifteen (15) j Camn Jr.. Dick Dewev and Richard

feet, thence running soutn twelve nz I ic j xt;.,
feet, thence running west one hundred Strawberries, only 31 cents a quart Stroud went thro the stunts, and Miss

16-6t

FOR SALE Choice tomato plants, 25

cents per 100; $2 per 1000. Phone 2
T. H. McLean, Box 85, Ocala. 16-3t

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
0
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

LOST-Package of photographs be-lg" and thirty- J at W. A. Stroud's.
. a A J 1

tween Aiacnua and nve miles east oi

Dunnellon

15-tf

two (132) feet to point of beginnln

t :i i j m I also all machinery, engines, gins, etc.,

lULatcvi, o i vr a vt ii4 v

Gladys Brooks, Mr. E. B. Walling and
Mr. J. D. McCaskill took straight

Cream

to J. P. Jennings, Dunnellon, Fla. 3t

FOR RENT Two connecting rooms

unfurnished. Water, electric lights and

phone furnished. Close
reasonable. Phone 145.

puffs, chocolate eclairs, flights.

Ik v r t" r lAnQtA. rn tha Irwt In iHl rvrW I orr-r A fnno 1 o r1 r i n fforc m r rnnn I -aMCSSTS

52, above described, which said ma- I t WJ,fpr! fatrpr's Rakprv It! have
chinery consists of one No. 6 Erie en- kisses and waters, catrer s uaKery. it

erine 25-HP.: one side crank stationery

enelne: one moss gin: two jmorn ec

. i man v t,Lic uic

in and very I Green cotton gins; one Coleman cot- Mrs. td Morgan and two attractive ht tj.t dav

Lutes and Johnson will

their machine well tuned" up

Sunday morning, and expect tovgive
many the pleasant experience of

A BMGMBJ
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18 ROOM HOUSE
fomsAle
To Close Oat Estate
Located on quarter-acre
lot one plock from Post Post-oflice,
oflice, Post-oflice, cheap at $3000. Price
will be reduced $10 per day
until sold.
PRICE TODAY $2450
If interested see me at once
FRANK W. DITTO
Real Estate Ocala, Ha.

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 BIDE COMPANY
S PHONE 400 OCALA, FLA.

FOR RENT Five room

modern conveniences. South Sixth

street, two blocks east of high school;

$12 per month. M. M. Little. 15-tf

naratus. Rearing, belting, etc.. connect- I an extended stay at Tampa and have

cottage, UndllsS

In making the said sale i snan nrst i W1n make their home

oner for sale the roiiowmg portion oi
said described lands, to-wit:

Beginning at the north west corner or I (Jream

is, gcai ixig, udt-fu, v 1 i
ith said machinery gins, etc.; joined Mr. Morgan at the residence of the hearts of mothers, wives and is- i
dSSureyCityhoaf Ocala, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones, where they ters, but alas, we were mistaken. Now

tne great proDiem tnat conironts tne

people of our county today is how

puffs, chocolate eclairs, shall this brute (moonshine is his

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

Arrival and Decarture of Dcsienrcr

MISSING-Since Dec. 12 from Ocala, nlc!S&J f Ponge drops, lady fingers macaroons name) be driven from our midst. Now. trams at OCALA UNION ST ATIOK.

t0: T.-p rtf Cjtvannah- 19 vears I running soum xau ieei, mence runums Kisses aim waicis. auci o jjn.cijr. i xur. runor, 11 every law-auiuwg tut- iae iguowiug evwcuuic
ILmrfhT aaiJ.S1- : H of our county will take the stand lished as information and not guar.

Richard Willis, colored, of Komeo, you nave taKen mis niaeous monster standard Tlmel
is being-tried in Judge Smith's court can be in a large measure suppressed, .tn .1IT,nAn

today on the charge of having in his but will they do itT uur omcers, De aiLAUUiinu riiu krtE,kv

possession an illicit still. Mr. K. B. tney ever o vignant, must nave me AIT1TO

Bullock is defending Willis, while Mr. co-operation ot tne people ana men 215 am Jacksonvllle-N'York 2:1061
L. N. Green is acting as state prose- the people must demand a full en- 55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 psa
cutine- attornev. Just after noon, forcement of the law. You can't stop ilcSnm Jacksonville 4:25 pa

JVIr. W. C. Smith, a member of the this illicit whisky making by a paltry I

jury, was taken ill and the trial was fine in dollars, for the saloon men paid 1 2:1b am

suspended until 4 O CIOCK, Wnen It Wlllia neavy uuc m me-xurm ui a iwioc 1
r. ... . I 1 1 j 1 ?i t i.i I

be resumed if Mr. Smith is ahie to ana were giaa to ao it uecause mcy rf7" .m,..- i;S5ra

attend. could make money by it, and when J;" Tamnafst. Ptersbre 4:05 xm

you fine a "moonshiner" in dollars, he I ...(....nnicvinicnAIinniin

tk i LRii 1 11 Urn) t Willi iifiiwiwii

skin, coarse black hair. Mark on fore- 1 thence running north 132 feet to point
.... 1.1 of ibecrinninc::

head shape of hall-moon, bomewnat 1 and &nall secondly offer for sale the

stupid but harmless. If whereabouts I following described personal property.

are Known, nonxy vamcuuc

Ocala, and receive reward.

14-4t

All machinery, engines, gins, etc.,

located, stored and affixed in and to
the factory located on the lot in block
52. old Survev. Ocala. Florida above

WANTED Young lady to assist as I described, which said machinery con con-soda
soda con-soda water dispenser. Apply in per- t

son to Court Pharmacy. ld-ti I moss gin ; two Horn & ureen cotton

arms: one JOieman coiion sin; one cui-

nr imnaa nrs t rkfP t hpr with all

w r a mA -k-r a Tm 1 1 T I w ...

lUMAiU rJUAiNia tteaneia xseau- i attachments, apparatus, gearing, Deu-

ty plants, per 100, 30 cents; special f.P'.fSi1"16 sam ma

prices m large quantities. Phone 30M. I and shall then offer for sale the f ol

J. E. Hyndman, Box 2, Route A,

Tampa-

Tampa
Manatee-

St. Petersburg

2:15 an
3:85 pa

Ocala, Fla.

12-6t

Give your feet a chance to help youlPays his fine and gladly, too, and goes

ArriT

lowing described portion of the TAort

sQjXre?'ZnL.n ninm'i. v,o wr t tmnH. out a free man to make more "moon- Leave

survey. Ocala, Florida. anv wav have them examined smne to Set more money, for the 2:12 pm JacJcsonville-NTTork 3:15 aa

SitiX M. M. Little, graduate practi- money is the mcentive and if there M:45 pm onlel
scribed. I all then offer for sale the edist 15tf were no buyers there would be no in- 6:42 am JJk Jfny" g?
A,tPo mnrtratrtH. nrfttiMtv as herein- I peui&u tA I wt ,; v.; oiMo laiR nm Rt.Ppt'sbrc-Lakeland Za am

. . v- "- o r i I tcillivc. T c uavc oaiu ii nJ v.- - ... . .oc

above iescriDea as a wnoie. .1 t a nnm St.l'et'SDre-l-aKeiana

And If at the said sale : the sum total W(lHnpd9V -fternoon Miss Annie llf "A wu"iC" "1v' V 7 flm Dnnnenon-Wilcox

or the amounts diu inereiur ir w v j I thing tney want, lo tney or ao tnzy i- Tir,t.i1ft T.lcplnd 1103 ta

Shffi-iLthVamit want this nefarious business to Homosassa l:30pa

i vi ro n u r miti ail .1 ii i i in i ii i l. . .

entire mortgaged property as a wnoie. I T V.r go on? If they don't want it in our hn-lS nm Leesbure 6:42 am

then the said .property wm oe som t o i a very enioyaoie pinau supper waicni a. wo ,nw fW !et -r.-'- r.ri il;50

"rr; oV cViH I,!: fnr th I was given at miss uavis attractive ow . e. j Hv pI nfnn,

TTiT? SAT.P rn moTA fiXA voaro nM I entire mortgaged property wnen -oner-

7 aT ij x xt ed as a whole shall exceed the sum Ab t f o'clock in the afternoon VTT Z' i,
tolt eicrht months old. Amolv to Newlttai th .hid offered for the seD- I adoui iour o ciock in me uxbeiiiuyu i Deborahs all

York Meat Market, 18 W. Broadway, fratej pprtions ,a. ove descried then s even .cars of guest motoreojo the We need one in 0cala sittin. iH an 6f knows just wheri this terrible .mon-

Ocala. 4-8-15t Td to the wSieit and .toist Didder I w"ere -J"- fice or under a tree and then we need, ster may enter ana.aespoii youruwa
: thrfnr. for rash, or so much thereof I boating and nsnmg lor a snort time, i u oil hnmn. ni home of vour neienbor.

WANTED-Auto mechanic. Fine pro- McrTnd "Lts ?f !" tUhe sS?itd ?r which one of the most appetizing thege Deborahs marshal the women of Mothers, wives and sisters, rise,

position for the right man. Address Said sale to be made subject to me jmiau sus wa I' '-rr"' our county and go forth to battle and buckle on the armour oi oattie,

-Mr r.arro T?nr MpHrtv I1-""""""" vtC" wff Wdp.it.com I w UJ "lc rrs onv this hpllish monster, even to the I IOrtn- Wltn laitn ana TJgiucwusucw

Fla. 10-6t II. w. duval. special Master, (occasion was given to Mrs. Dun as a last one. Good women, don't say.this ypur cause, and drive out this damn.

Complainant's Solicitor.

-2-Frl I farewell parting, as she left last night

HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phon I notice op special master's saus

your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone

xarweu panina as we im u none of business or 1
for her home after being tfie popular fo.

that it1 able creature,

"

146.

2-m

I CHANGE HERE!

I For a new Goodrich tire.

If your casings are get-

8 ting doubtful, bring them

by and let us rejuvenate

II them. Re-tread work on

i old casings is our spec-

ialty.

recipient of many courtesies. The fol-

Notice is hereby given that under I inwinc were those invited: Misses

2?"i?'5ELr nffi "EKiSE Mabel Meffert. Collie Clark, Marguer-

P'OR SALE 16 healthy shoats and pending in the circuit of the Fifth I jte Porter, Cora Griffin, Fay Lange of
gilts. Price. $120. T. Needham, fSf,fg55,Sj SSnlSSJlS: Asheville and Ann Izora Bonner Mrs.
noio 19-fit in which Noble W. Harison is com- I Georere Blitch. Mrs. Charles Tydmgs

vwcv. 1 r . rt ii

aa "e ?-r-""St; and Mrs. Harry Walters, Messrs. U. ts.

WTTRNTTITRF.. CTn. l hnv and aeMlist day of a'dHI. a. D. 1920. 1. the un- I Howsej Joseph Bell, Joe Duval, Erid

second hand furniture. Epexts put It S! Ste'S'S Trv??, J""' ,?' Lancaster

in gtooq conaition Dei ore re-seumir. i provisions ot saia uecree, auau onu i.xwv6.v..

Repair sewin- machines, lawn mow- sVMSSP atS e

ers. enamelware. etc. J. -W. Hunter, I south door of JMarion county court i MAIN Sl'lClINli 1J Aiuacti

310, 312, 314 South Main St.! 23-t "ouil,Xcair.iAiat-

between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m. I Editor Star: Good neighbors are

WANTED Raes. Must be well an. 2 r Jin,..1nJis.""i"" I the best asset one can have, better

laundered: 5 cents a pound. Star I Marion county. Florida, and more par- I than liberty bonds, and yet there is

office. 7-tf "yl68?6!?3 l,12ow?, hiv I an advantage in having no neighbors,

sixty-nine (69). Old Survey, Ocala, I and that is that we have no bad neigh

AUTO SERVICE Automobiles re- Florida. I bors. It is very difficult for grown up

paired, re-painted and re-covered. ofler tne following described portion I people to lead a life of righteousness,

Also a complete line oi gas, ous ana i "v a"i a ,v n,i9

tt: 4. hi xr I w

pah Shop, 735 N. Magnolia St. 7-lm and 'shall then offer the folio wing de de-r
r de-r r' scribed mortions of said lands, to-wlt:

Lot 2. of iblock 69. Old Survey. Ocala,

WANTED If you have anything in I Florida. . aa a

none

A Law-Abiding Citizen.

I BLALOCK BROS.

VULCANIZING

Phone 78
Corner of Oklawaha and Main

and impossible to train up your chil-
dren in such a life' when your neigh-;

bors habitually violate the laws of
God and man. The Bible gives many
instances 'of evil resulting from bad

neighbors. Before God led the chil-

AMIES, "Tflne Tire Mam?

the lme of furniutre. either new or WSSS th.V" ml "Jrlmlle neighbors Before God led the ch.l-
seconded. caU on me. I pay hh-o-wlt t oia SarTer, dren of Israel over jthe m -Jordan ,ph(mc 4Jg V U L C AN I ZI W G 'Phone 76

est casn prices ior same. a. uoiaman, i ocala, Florida. i into tne iaau ne uau piunuscu

Ocala, Fla.

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
contractor in the citv

IRON

.-MID

QUIilE

MAGNESIA

The Triumvirate that Ends Colds,
LaGrippe and Malaria
Colds, LaGrippe and Malaria dont
last long, once 101 Tonic gets on their
trail. Dr. Williams' 101 Tonic is made
up of Iron, Quinine and Magnesia,
prpperly proportioned. That combi combination
nation combination will beat any cold. Quinine kills
the disease germs. Magnesia clears
the body of its poisons, Iron strength strengthens
ens strengthens the blood.
No wonder Dr. Williams' 101 Tonic
is so universally popular. It's the

logical treatment, and more and more

folks are finding it out every day.

25c. and 50c. bottles for saie at

your drug store. Adv. 4.

NOTICE

In the- Circuit Court of the Fifth I erty will be sold to the respective bld bld-.Tnrtirial
.Tnrtirial bld-.Tnrtirial f!iTtuft of PloriHa. in and I dors .for the senarate nortfons: but if

- 1 . A. A J J J A9 -.-A, AWA. AM

r rM.4- r MM -w i t.io amount onereu duu uiu iui Lite cu-

, vuuuvjr, iU tire mortMiMd premises as a whole

j. ts. JurK, complainant, vs. wmiam l sna exceed the sum total of the bids

n. onipiey, et ais., ueienaants. I for the separate portions as aoove ae-

rt.n f. rAtieiitti cwinA i sr! npn. tnen trie saia rauriKKeu uieui

It is ordered that the defendants if?, tZrX X? mh6: or s

herein named, to-wit: J. Carrio Will-I much thereof as may -be necessary to

iams and Evelyn St. Clair Williams, satisfy the sam nnai aecree ana cosis

" 1 v xtl : i nrmation by the court.

aniDiey. De ana tney. are nereuy re-i v. niihl, t c;.vucuiM,

auired to annear to the bill of com- 1 1 W. DUVAU Special Master.

plaint filed in this cause on or before complainants ooucnor.

Aionaay, tne 3ra aay ot May, iyzu. i sixbriff's. sale

it is further ordered that a copy of I tinder and nv virtue of an execution

this order be published once a week I issued out of and under the seal of
Vii- icrif rrmeMif Wo wpoI-c i tli. I the circuit court of Marion county,

-t"- ... 1 Plnriila H q tun tha nth dav Ot JanUarV.

Ocala Evenmg Star, a newspaper I A D jo. wherein H. a. James & Co..

Inc.. a corporation, is plaintiff and
Ocala Knitting & Manufacturing Com-

r i A. a-ia v i -r-r -t a ua n v i r lurma turuuianuu, 10 ucciv-

iseai crc. t.i sr. n. iMugent, i nnr T havp vid unon and will offer

It n aT a r A I w w - .

IrK circuit UOUrt, marion VJOUnty, I for sale and sell the same to tne nign-

Florida. Bv Ruth Ervin. D. C. I est and best Diaaer ior casn oeiween

- b m i a-i ir t- i r rw -wc aT. r iiii

4-2-Fri

published in said county and state.

This 27th day of February, 1920.

L. W. Duval,

Complainant's Soliictor.

2-27-fri

NOTICE

In

the Circuit Court of the Fifth

Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and 1 located in

for Marion. County, m Chancery.
Dorsey Holmes, Complainant, vs.

Lovey Fort Holmes, Defendant.
Order for Constructive Service.

It is ordered that the Defendant

herein named, to-wit: Lovey Fort
Holmes, be and he is hereby required

to appear to the bill of complaint

hied in this cause on or before
Monday, the 3rd day of May, 1920.

. It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week

for eight consecutive weeks in the

Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper

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

Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
L. W. Duval, 2-27-fri
Complainant's Soliictor.

if at said sale the sum total of the 1 raham. he told them they would have

S&SS&SlK-d neighbors and that if they ass,-

shall exceed the amount oia ior me ciatea wan mem uiej, cue isjochiw,
entire mortgaged premises when i of- I forsake him and worship false

iereu as a. wuu v r' I j iL u:

goas, aiiu iiie lutuie uistuij; ui uiuot
people shows how well God knew the
future. Time and time again they for forsook
sook forsook God, mingling and intermingling
with these idolatrous neighbors, but
when they would see their undoing

and turn to Him He would 'turn to
them and raise up some one that
would drive out their enemies. In the
Sunday school lesson for last Sunday
there was an account of a woman who
rose in her power, led the men to bat battle
tle battle and slew, to the last man, an army
of bad neighbors. Just that one in instance
stance instance shows the power of woman,
either for good or bad. All along the
ages women have exerted for good or
evil a powerful influence on civiliza civilization.
tion. civilization. To the women of our country
is due in a large measure the victory
gained in the world war. The women

of our country must be given the
credit for the eighteenth amendment
to our constitution. Only one more
state is needed to ratify the nineteentn
amendment (and some state will soon
pass it) and that too is another in instance
stance instance of woman's power. The women
of our country can have anything they
want or make any reform if they will
only rise in their majesty and demand
it. When the women of our county
decided to close the saloons they clos closed
ed closed them and they closed them forever.
When efforts were being made to close
the saloons the saloon men and, its
advocated painted and held up before
the people a more damnable brute
than the open saloon and to verify
that prediction we only have to search
our forests "and we will find the brute
seeking whom he may devour. We
didn't believe then that our old men,
neither the young men, would ever
engage in a business that would break

Monday. May 3rd. A. D. 1020,

at the west door of the Marion county
court house, in Ocala. Florida, the fol following
lowing following described personal property,
to-wit: All yarn, thread and cloth,
and all clothing and garments manu manu-farturpd
farturpd manu-farturpd or in nrocess of manufacture

the building occupied oy

Ocala Knitting Manufacturing com company,
pany, company, which said building is located
on lot two of block sixty-nine, Old
Survey. Ocala. Florida. Said sale be being
ing being made to realize the money on said
execution mentioned with costs of sale
and other expeneses.
J. P. GALLOWAY,
Sheriff of Marlon County, Florida,
D. NIELi FERGUSON,
Plaintiff's Attorney. 4-2-frl

Millar AntiMptio Oil Kiown aa

Guaranteed to Believe Pain,
Bheumatism, Neuralgia, etc.
ET IT AT
Eitttog & Co.. Druggist, Ocala. Fl

11

BCJOWM AM IlES!L

pi

BEST FOR HOME SHINES SAVE THE LEATHER
THE BIO VALUE PACKAGES
Also PASTES and UQjUIDS for Ekd Tan end Thlte Shoct
THE F. F. D ALLEY C03LPORAT10N5 LTTX. CUFFALO. U.T.

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

ROBERT M MEYER,
a - -v Jt ta
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor

Which are tha live business houses cl a town. Printer's fair csrs FY

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