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HAS BEGUN THE
Wage of Two Million Railroad Men
Considered by Labor Board in
Washington, April 20. Heads of
the four brotherhoods and other rep representatives
resentatives representatives of railroad men were
present when the railroad labor board
begun formal hearings on the de de-mandsf
mandsf de-mandsf or increased wages involving
nearly two million railroad employes.
PRESIDENT WITH THE CABINET
President Wilson met with the cab cabinet
inet cabinet again today. It is said routine
matters were considered.
BRINGING HOME OUR DEAD
F The removal of the American dead
from within the fighting zones of
France to the United States will begin
after SepU-15thf under an agreement
between the American and French
governments, the war department an announced
nounced announced today.
EARTHQUAKE OF MILD FORM
An earthquake of moderate inten intensity
sity intensity about 2100 miles from Washing Washington
ton Washington was recorded by the Georgetown
University seismographic observa observatory
tory observatory today.
INDUSTRY ON UPGRADE
Washington, April 20. Improved
industrial conditions and a revival of
business activities following cancel cancellation
lation cancellation of government contracts, is re-
a sponsible for the increase in the vol
ume of employment in March as com compared
pared compared with last year, the department
of labor announces.
TO UNKINK THE TANGLE
The House republicans will caucus
Thursday night to smoothen out dif-
Xx ferences on pending soldier relief
AUSTRIA IS KNOCKED OUT
A proposal to extend the peace rs-!
olution passed by the House to declare
the war with Austria ended was made
before the Senate foreign relations
committee today, but final action de deferred.
ferred. deferred. MORE PAY FOR BRAVE MEN
The Senate and House conferees
have agreed to increased pay for
commissioned officers and enlisted
men of the army, navy, marine corps,
coast guard and public health service.
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C. E SIMMONS.
Appear for Federal Protection Made
by the Mississippi Valley
. (Associated Press)
St. Louis, April 20. Enactment of
federal legislation guaranteeing in industry
dustry industry against strikes and an aggres aggressive
sive aggressive foreign trade policy was advocat advocated
ed advocated by speakers at the opening session
of the Mississippi Valley Association
convention here today.
FOR THE CONVENTION
Great Meeting of Democrats Who will
Shortly Gather at the
Chicago, April 20. The arrange arrangements
ments arrangements committee is busy making final
plans for the democratic convention
in San Francisco.
ALLIED COUNCIL IN ITALY
Studying Ways and Means to Make
the Huns Walk Straight
. San Remo; Italy, April 20. -The
inter allied "council began its sessions
yesterday in the Villa la de Vauchaa
in the hills, to the northwest of the
main town1.' -:
The Turkish question was on the
program for first consideration by the
conference. It develops that there al already
ready already has been discussion over the
question-of r enforcing the execution of
the treaty of. peace with Germany.
There seems no doubt that the pre premiers
miers premiers are' agreed that a message be
sent to Germany to carry out the
terms of the Versailles treaty or im immediate
mediate immediate steps would be taken.. They
have not yet agreed on the steps to be
taken if Germans remains negligent.
Premiers Millerand, Nitti and Lloyd
George met again late in the after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, at, r Premier Nitti's hotel. No
outsiders were' present, with the, ex exception
ception exception of three interpreters. They
were agreed without a moment's dis discussion
cussion discussion that Germany should be told
in the most positive manner that she
must observe the treaty; that the Al Allies
lies Allies were firmly united upon this and
that she should be warned of the pun punitive
itive punitive consequences should she refuse
or fail to observe the treaty.
Premier Lloyd George suggested
economic pressure depriving Germany
of food, raw materials and inter intercourse
course intercourse with the allied countries. Pre Premier
mier Premier Millerand is described as having
said that such pressure without the
use of naval or military aid would in
effect be no pressure at all. He de declared
clared declared it would be another make make-believe
believe make-believe and that Germany could con conduct
duct conduct her business through the foreign
office just the same.
The only warning that would be ef effective
fective effective the only one. that would be
obeyed would be force, he said.
Premier Lloyd George resisted this
conclusion. Premier Nitti inclined to toward
ward toward the British prime minister's
view and the matter rests there for
the present. A compromise may take
the form of an ultimatum to Ger Germany
many Germany with the threat of applying ef effective
fective effective compulsion without indicating
what form the compulsion might take.
SOURED ON PLUMB PLAN
(New York Times)
Washington, April 19. It is under understood
stood understood tonight that the Brotherhood of
Railway Trainmen has either with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn as a member of the Plumb
Plan League or intend to do so im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Rumors that the other
three brotherhoods engineers, fire firemen
men firemen and conductors proposed to fol follow
low follow the example of the trainmen
could not be confirmed and it is not
believed they expect to do so.
Various reasons are given for the
withdrawal of the support of the
trainmen, the chief among them being
that this brotherhood has discovered
that Plumb plan propaganda, with its
radical ideas, was one of the chief
causes of the "outlaw" strike.
WILL WEAR OVERALLS
Ottawa, April 20 The Canada War
Veterans Association has voted to or organize
ganize organize itself into a overall brigade.
A message has been sent to all war
veterans urging them to wear denim
to combat living costs.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDxVY, APRIL 20, 1920.
LONG LIST OF
Awful Results of the Tornadoes that
Have Swept Across
Little Rock, April 20. The 'death
list as a result of the recent tornadoes
has been raised to twenty-two. A
large section of the torna-swept coun.
try is still unreported.
FIRST LOAD OF FREIGHT
From Congested Piers of Manhattan
Arrives in Jacksonville
Jacksonville, April 20. The Clyde
liner' Apache arrived today with the
first load of freight from New York
since the beginning of the lorgshore lorgshore-men's
men's lorgshore-men's strike there March 13th.
TORNADO WRECKED TWO
Laurel, Miss., April 20. Reports
say that Bay Springs, 18 miles north
of here, 'was levelled by a torneda,
and several people were killed.
Aberdeen, Miss., April 20. Several
persons are reported killed, 50 injured
and property damage of $200,000 as
the result of a tornado here.
STRIKE WILL NOT
Detroit, April 20. A walkout of
100,00Q maintenance of way railroad
employes is threatened in Chicago for
April 28th, unless demands for tem temporary
porary temporary wage increases of $1 a day are
granted. The strike will not receive
the sanction of the brotherhood. Pres President
ident President R. E. Grable announced.
STEEL TRUST HOLDS
ITS PRICES DOWN
New York. April 20. Elbert H.
Gary, chairman of the United States
Steel Corporation, informed the di directors
rectors directors in session here yesterday that
the corporation was holding down the
price of its products because of the
high cost of living.
Referring to inquiries made as to
why, in view of the great demand, the
cost of production and prices received
by other manufacturers, the prices of
the corporation's products had not
been fixed in accordance with the
agreement reached by the adjustment
board of March 1, 1920, he said:
"It seems to us that the existing
high cost of living, necessitating more
money to meet the advance in com commodities,
modities, commodities, is an unending chain and
that there is moral responsibility upon
everyone to use all possible efforts to
check this carnival of -greed and im imposition,
position, imposition, even at' some sacrifice.
"There is a growing discrepancy
between different individuals and in interests.
terests. interests. The man with a fixed income
is more and more disadvantaged and
he is helpless. He cannot increase his
income to meet the increased cost of
living. Therefore it should be the ef effort
fort effort of all to establish and maintain a
reasonable basis of prices. We ought
certainly to try to prevent further in increase
crease increase and the government must, if
others do no do so, and ought to in interfere."
terfere." interfere." Mr. Gary added that considerable
influence has thus been exerted to pre prevent
vent prevent increases in the selling prices of
steel, although some manufacturers
have made them, due, they allege,
to increased cost of manufacture.
Moreover, it is believed that, in view
of conditions, the selling price of di diversified
versified diversified products are high enough,
although it is pertinent to say that
when the high value of properties
and volume of business of the corpo corporation
ration corporation is considered, they are entitled
to be higher.
The question of shorter hours for
workmen was taken up. Judge Gary
said they were dissatisfied with short
days if larger pay could be obtained
by working longer days.
Reviewing last year's steel strike,
Mr. Gary said the corporation would
continue to maintain the open shop.
"We stand," he said, "for the open
shop, which permits a man to work
when and where he pleases, on terms
mutually agreed upon; whether he
does or does not belong to a labor
It had been the ambition of the
manager of the corporation, he con concluded,
cluded, concluded, to prove that a corporation
may be possessed of mind, heart and
Chicago Freight Handlers and Clerks
Rest their Case with the
Chicago, April 20 The strike fever
received a setback when 8000 freight
handlers and 30,000 railway clerks de decided
cided decided to leave the hearing of their de demands
mands demands for wage increases to the rail railroad
road railroad labor board at Washington. The
freight traffic condition continues to
THEY WILL MAKE
( Associated Press)
Camp Dix, N. J., April 20. Many
members of the first detachment of
Polish-Americans who recently arriv arrived
ed arrived in America after serving with the
Polish army abroad have enlisted in
the United States army following
discharge from the Polish ranks.
Paris, April 20 France must main maintain
tain maintain an army of 700,000 men, while
other countries show their good will
by eexcuting terms of their treaties,
according to newspapers here. Plans
under contemplation call for 350,000
conscripts constantly training, 18
months service being required of each
man. Wages equal to those paid in industrial
dustrial industrial workers, less the cost of food
and lodging provided for by the gov government.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION
FOR RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS
The United States Civil Service
Commission announces an open com competitive
petitive competitive examination for railway mail
clerk on May 15, 1920. Vacancies in
the railway mail service throughout
the United States, at the entrance sal salary
ary salary of $1300 a year, will be filled from
this examination, unless it is found in
the interest of the service to fill any
vacancy by reinstatement, transfer or
promotion. All citizens of the United
States who meet the requirements,
both men and women, man enter this
examination; appointing officers, how however,
ever, however, have the legal right to specify
the sex desired in requesting certifi certification
cation certification of eligibles. The postoffice de department
partment department states that it is not prac practicable
ticable practicable to employ women on railway
mail cars, but that a limited number
may be employed at certain terminal
stations. Apply to your postmaster
for particulars. m
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At Florida House. Your old hat made
like new. Save money. Call me on
The smartest ladies' hats and
dresses may always be found here and
at moderate prices. The Elite Shop,
Ocala House block, opposite the
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Every home needs La Vida. Use
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11. W. TUCKER
Patrolled the Streets of Londonderry
and Quieted the Enraged
Londonderry, Ireland. April 20.
Quiet prevailed today after the riot rioting
ing rioting of Sunday, when Catholic priests
took the place of policemen and pa patrolled
trolled patrolled the streets.
SPANISH QUEEN HELD UP
Seville, Spain, April 20. Bandits
attacked the train carrying Queen
Victoria and her brother in an unsuc unsuccessful
cessful unsuccessful attempt to carry off the royal
plate the queen had.
UNABLE TO AGREE
San Remo, April 20. The premiers
of the allied powers are agreed on the
principle of representations to be
made to Germany concerning the Ver Versailles
sailles Versailles treaty but differences of as the
nature of enforcement persist.
RAID THE RUSSIANS
With the Polish Army at the Front,
April 15. (Delayed). The Kosciusko
squadron, the American air unit ope operating
rating operating with the Polish forces, today
flew ninety miles behind the bolshevik
line sand raided the Jitomir railroad
junction, southwest of Kiev. The Am Americans
ericans Americans flew low and attacked the
railroad yards crowded with troop
trains, dropping bombs and- using
their machine guns.
REPORT FOR APRIL
Dairies inspected and milk examin examined
ed examined as follows:
Close, inspection, 87 per cent.; but butter
ter butter fat, 4.5 per cent; total solids,
13.12 per cent; bacteria, 67,000.
Vandervoort, inspection, 87 per
cent.; butter fat, 3.4 per cent.; total
solids,. 11.46 per cent; bacteria, 74,000.
Gray, inspection, 83 per' cent.; but butter
ter butter fat, 3.8 per cent.; total solids,
12.49 per cent; bacteria, 200,000.
Green, inspection, 60 per cent.; but butter
ter butter fat, 5.1 per cent.; total solids, 13.7
per cent; bacteria, 317,000.
Warner, inspection, 75 per cent.
Markets and bakeries inspected and
scored as follows:
Sarasota, Federal, Hunter., excel excellent;
lent; excellent; Marsh, Broadway, New York,
Lowe, Mordis, Heintz, Dawkins, good;
Green, Magnolia, fair. "
Fellowship, April 18. We have had
a lot of rain recently, too much for the
crops. The farmers are nearly thru
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Knoblock of
Martin were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Rawls last Sunday.
Mr. Harry McCully has had a siege
of chills and fever for the past ten
days. We are glad to report he is
getting better now and able to be up.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sandifer of
Lake Weir, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. McCully last Sunday.
Miss Fae Beck has returned from
Plant City, where she went to see her
father, who has "been sick. Mr. Beck
was getting along all right when Miss
Miss Elsie Coulter is the guest jf
Misses Minnie and Nina Seckinger
Mr. Cecil Clark of Ocala was a vis visitor
itor visitor in Fellowship today.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McCully were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Lanier
last Sunday. We are glad to report
that their little son, Howard is im improving.
proving. improving. He has been sick with the
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Snowden hap happened
pened happened to a bad accident a few days
ago. Mr. Snowden ran his car into a
tree and threw them out and bruised
them up considerably, and did consid considerable
erable considerable damage to the car.
Mr. W. M. Sessoms, our county
demonstration agent, was in our burg
a few days ago in the interest of the
boy's pig club.
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas. cow peas and sorghum
seed. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
VOL. 26, NO. 93
INTENDS TO SEND
00ITE AN ARRAY
How Will Carranza Find the Muni Muni-tions
tions Muni-tions to Equip His
Agua Prieta, Sonora, April 20.
Carranza plans to send 65,000 soldiers
against Sonora, according to Juarez
reports. Both sides today continued
preparations for a clash.
TERRIBLE RAVAGES OF TYPHUS
Slaying the People by Tens of Thou Thousands
sands Thousands in Siberia
Victoria, B. C. April 20. Typhus
haskilled thousands of Siberians and
thousands are still succumbing. Dr. A.
K. Higgs, head of the American Red
Cross, said on returning.
Bay State Attorney Declares Federal
Amendment Won't Give
Women the Ballot
(New York Times)
Boston, April 19. Attorney Gener General
al General J. Weston Allen ruled today that
women in Massachusetts cannot vote
even after the suffrage amendment is. -ratified
by the thirty-sixth state, until
the state constitution is amended or
an act is passed by Congress definite definitely
ly definitely conferring the right of suffrage on
, If Bay State women must wait until
the state constitution is amended it
probably will be at least two years,
for under the constitution it takes that
long for an amendment to become
operative. An amendment must be
passed by two successive legislatures
and then be submitted to the people
The opinion of the attorney funeral
is in the form of a letter to Albert M.
Langtry, secretary of the common commonwealth.
wealth. commonwealth. In it Mr. Allen says in part:
Many provisions of the federal
constitution require legislation by
Congress to make them effective. Pro Prohibitory
hibitory Prohibitory clauses, however, of both fed fed-real
real fed-real and state constitutions ate gen generally
erally generally said to be self-executing.
"In a sense, the proposed amend amendment,
ment, amendment, which is prohibitory in form, is
self-executing. It should be ratified
by the legislatures of three-fourths of
the states. Any state constitution or
statute which affirmatively denies
suffrage to women because of their
sex would be unconstitutional, and a
federal court would so hold in a case
properly before it. It is, however, my
opinion that a constitution or statute
which confers the vote upon men but
fails to confer it upon women does
not deny the vote to women within
the meaning of the proposed amend amendment.
ment. amendment. "The right to vote is not inherent
in any person. Indeed, a person may.
be a citizen of the United States and
still not have a right to vote. In gen--eral
the states may confer the right
as they see fit. Only since the fifteenth
amendment they may not deny the
right to a man merely because he is
black, 'and if the proposed amend'
ment is ratified they may not deny it
to women merely because they are
"The proposed amendment does not
confer upon female citizens the right
to vote, but only the right not to be
discriminated against because of their
"It is my opinion that women will
not be entitled to vote in the pri primaries
maries primaries of April 27, even if the pro proposed
posed proposed amendment should be ratified
by the thirty-sixth state before that
date. In 'addition to the ratification
of the amendment, it is necessary that
suffrage be conferred upon them by
either state action or congressional
RIFLED BY ROBBERS
Elon College, N. C, April 20. -Robbers
blew off the vault door of the
bank here last night and rifled the
deposit boxes, escaping with $15,000
in liberty bonds and other securities.
Ladies' hats and dresses at the
Elite Shop, Ocala, House, opposite
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
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Unless the labor unions expel the
men who have gone on unauthorized
strikes, there will be no safety from
a recurrence of the troubles.
Tampa Tribune says Florida has
been suffering from cattalepsy. We
think that the Trib will admit thrt
the state will be hardee enough to
recover from the malady.
Governor Catts will speak to the
people of Dunnellon at 8 o'clock Wed
nesday evening, April 28, and asks as
many of the people of the county as
possibly can to meet him there.
The unauthorized strikes of train trainmen
men trainmen and longshoremen have cost the
people of Florida hundreds of thou
sands of dollars, great quantities of
fruit and vegetables rotting on side
tracks and piers.
We see no sense in excluding com commissioned
missioned commissioned officers from he proposed
bonus to be given to ex-service men.
Of the dozen or fifteen commissioned
officers who went from this county
nearly all had as much danger and
hardship as the enlisted men. They
received more pay; they also had to
spend more, and they returned no
better off than they went.
If no one else will tell him we would
like to suggest to Senator Fletcher
that he will gain few votes by claim claiming
ing claiming sponsorship for the iniquitous
farm loan act. It has benefited no one
except the millionaires who are seek seeking
ing seeking investments for their surplus
cash where Uncle Sam cannot tax' it.
Well, now, that's funny. We have
heard a good many really good farm farmers
ers farmers praise Senator Fletcher for that
An English Victoria Cross officer,
who was blinded in the war, still
plays golf. He goes on the course ac accompanied
companied accompanied by his wife, and his ball
is teed for him by a caddy. His wife
assists him to get his feet into ex
actly the right position. The caddy
then rings a tiny bell over the ball so
as to indicate to the player's acute
hearing the exact spot to which he
must aim. On the green he relies also
upon touch. Miami Herald.
He would do more good and have
as much fun by learning to knit.
There are two things that seem to
be putting the brakes "on the strikes.
One is the disposition of the people to
turn in and do the work the strikers
refuse to do; the other, the realization
of a large number of strikers that
they are ruining themselves and the
country, too. The government ha3
done very little to protect the people.
Some governors of some states have
shown a good deal of grit, but most
of the federal officials have been a lot
of backboneless Kerenskys.
The Star is. informed that the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line agent in Ocala has
made requisition for material to re rebuild
build rebuild the crossings at the principal
streets. It has been almost four
years since these crossings have been
repaired, and they are in a dilapidated
condition. It is the Star's opinion
that the council should ask the rail railroad
road railroad to talce up the extra track be between
tween between Oklawaha avenue and South
Third street. It is of no use to the
railroad, and it makes it more diffi difficult
cult difficult to keep the street and crossings
in condition. The council should re require
quire require the railroad to either remove
this track or pave the street from Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha to South Third. Whoever now
crosses it in a car or carriage receives
a very unpleasant jolting.
40 Acres of land with within
in within three miles of court courthouse,
house, courthouse, northeast of town
F. W. DITTO
One of the Best Descriptions Ever
Written of Florida's Greatest
Scenic Wonder and Beauty
Herbert Felkel writes in the St. Au
gustine Record as follows:
Taking advantage of a specially ar
ranged tour personally conducted by
J. O. Miller, proprietor of the Reo
Transportation Company, thirty-six
winter and year-round residents of
St. Augustine and Palatka, together
wit hthe crew of the cabin launch Sil
ver Springs, made the trip to the
beauty spot of Florida after which
the boat is named and return by way
of the picturesque Oklawaha river.
Brim-full of humanity, two big buses
and a touring car left St. Augustine
at 7:10 Saturday morning, arriving in
Palatka at 8:40, and before 9 passen passengers
gers passengers were enjoying a well-prepared
and splendidly served breakfast on
the boat which already was moving up
the St. Johns towards Welaka, where
the dark waters of the narrow but
not straight Oklawaha empty into
the good old St. Johns, the one big
stream of the world that never over overflows
flows overflows its banks or otherwise ram
pages and one of the less than half
dozen great rivers of this or any other
continent that flows north.
Silver Springs was reached after
dark; the night was spent at the Har
rington Hall in Ocala, six miles from
the springs by bus; the wonders of
the deep, boiling, thousand-colored
lake were enjoyed Sunday morning,
and the party returned by the same
route it had gone, traversing three
rivers the Silver Springs, the Okla
waha and the St. Johns, reaching St.
Augustine by bus from Palatka at
9:10 Sunday evening.
For one in search of a restful boat
trip with a thing as its goal that is
known to naturalists even better than
Florida itself, this excursion which
thousands of tourists enjoy each win
ter, cannot be excelled. Silver Springs,
where Marguerite Clark spends many
winters, and has made some of her
best pictures, a spot that Floridians
when traveling abroad are often crit criticized
icized criticized for never having seen, is in in-discribably
discribably in-discribably wonderful and wonderful wonderfully
ly wonderfully indiscribable, and we say that ad advisedly.
visedly. advisedly. After William Jennings Bry Bryan,
an, Bryan, whose tongue bears the same
name as the springs, had visited this
dreamland, he said he would not at
tempt to describe it, but advised every
one to see it for mimself. We saw it
from glass-bottomed boats. Every
feature and configuration of this gi
gantic basin was as distinctly visible
as if the pure water that gushes from
its mystic caves at dizzy depths had
been removed and atmosphere sub
stituted in its place. The extraord
inary transparency of the water sur
passes anything that can be imagin imagined,
ed, imagined, and the various views attainable
at the head spring are well calculated
to produce a powerful impression
upon the bewildered mind of one who
sees it for the first time. The depth
of the water varies from twelve to
more than eighty feet, with frequent
sudden drops that add to the majestic
scene. It is as if one had lifted the
top off Nature's treasure box and
peeped intoits secrets. Silver Springs
is one of those mysteries that the
Creator has provided to remind us
how mere is man. It is fascinating
because of the enormous quantity of
waters discharged and their varied
beauties, putting on as they do Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's most unique collection of colors.
We saw the Mammoth Spring. Jacob's
Well, Reception Hall, Bridal Chamber,
Ladies' Parlor, Devil's Kichen, Shell
Room, Real Geysers (hundreds of
them in action) Florida Snow Storm,
Paint Pots, Blue Grotto, and a pet
alligator that eats bread and peanuts
and smokes cigarettes.
There is a wonderful spot that Cali California
fornia California boasts of which people from all
over the world come to view from
glass-bottomed boats, but there the
bottom is man-made, shells being
placed and caverns carved by skilled
divers. Silver Springs, like the scen scenery
ery scenery of the wild Oklawaha, is just a3
Nature left it. The wilderness that
crowds to the banks and even into the
edge of the water itself, has been un undisturbed
disturbed undisturbed by heartless human hands.
The trip was all that was promised,
and then some. The tortuous, appar apparently
ently apparently perilous, Oklawaha winds for
more than a hundred miles through
jungles and forests primeval. Tall
palms, bent by the winds of the tropi tropical
cal tropical winter, lean over the crooked
stream; parasitic Spanish moss cov covers
ers covers a continuous battery of water
oaks, cedars and cypress, and waves
a welcome to each passing party.
Countless turtles slide from the logs
at the boat's approach, while the
braver alligators, almost as numerous,
defy the exploring pale-face. One
monster kept his f our-foot tail erect
till we were out of sight, while an another
other another took up a position almost in the
path of the craft and opened its ter terrible
rible terrible two-foot jaws as if to swallow us
whole. Ed. Carmichael, who is said
to own 1900 acres around and includ including
ing including Silver Springs, and who claims
the Oklawaha, its boats, birds, 'ga
tors, terrapins and tangled avenues of
undergrowth, may have the animals
along the route trained to pose for
company, or they may all ouija well
and have received a spirit message
that we were coming. At any rate
they were on duty and doing their
best work for the pop-eyed people on
the seventy-passenger capacity gaso gasoline
line gasoline propelled river launch, who were
so lost in the Indian legends and lore
they had read in the Silver Springs
literature, that when a few shots were
taken at the creatures on the banks,
it seemed the Seminole braves of Os
ceola had again attacked the en encroaching
croaching encroaching white man. Everybody
thought that except J. O. Miller. To
him the crack of the gun was like the
puncture of a tire, and his first
thoughts were "blow-out," "flat tire,"
To say that the Oklawaha, which
for the most part seems to have been
made to fit the boat, so narrow is it
to say that it winds continuously with
never a foot of the river visible either
before or behind the boat, might
leave one with the impression that
the Oklawaha is a fairly straight
stream. For more than ten hours in
a twelve-mile boat we traveled a river
that is one great series of double
horse-shoe bends, each horse-shoe be
ing a different size and shape, the
horseshoes themselves made up of lit little
tle little and more acute triple reverse
curves, calculated to break a black
snake's back, if you know what we
mean. Before next season, says Mr.
Carmichael, the boats are to be pro provided
vided provided with hinges in their middles anJ
non-skid bottoms. All day long and
into the night we picked our way up
this stream toward its head at the
springs. With the setting of the sun,
a million frogs sang for us and twice
that many lightning bugs, whose so society
ciety society name is firefly, danced in the
swamps, from which the water of
countless oozing tributaries flowed
out to meet us as the water lilies that
fringe the entire stream, often
threatening to entirely choke it, nod nodded
ded nodded a greeting and modestly receded.
By this time it was dark indeed, and
pretty girls, tired by a day of kodak kodaking
ing kodaking and sacheting around the twenty-
foot deck, sat and slept with their
mouths open and didn't care. Once
the engine stopt and the boat backt
fas t.hv snpll t.hem nowadavs. but
a littlo tinkering and italic lane-uae-e sulf. Though less than four miles
on the part of the captain soon had in length, it results in a saving of
ii moving ao-ain I over i.ju mnes m me journey iroin
The meals served on the Silver the Adriatic to Constantinople. It is
SmWs froina- un the river and on the reported that Periander in 600 B. C.
czi o o
- y. T- : f l-v- xzy t h'
NAVY IN GREECE
The Corinth canal connects the
Gulfs of Corinth and the Saronic
Wekiwa coming back must be men
tioned. Well cooked and well served,
with water not sulphur, they were
provided three times a day, each more
first proposed such a canal, but his
engineers affirmed that one gulf was
higher than the other, and the priests
assured him that the anger of the
welcome than its predecessor. Miller two oceans at being mingled would
Hid two things to us well and in result in xne aowniau oi tormm.
plenty he fed us and rode us enough. a substitute the Diolkos was built, a
Consciences hurt after everv meal. slone roau over wnicn smau uoais
We saw hv davlie-ht Sundav morn- were carried on woouen rollers, ine
ing what we had passed on Saturday care was unloaded and sent across
nicht. Men and hovs in canoes were I in carts.
fishing; a thousand shades of green Julius Caesar ana anguia aiso
were reflected in the water from the consiaereu me consirucuon oi a wa-
impenetrable wilderness of vegetation terway but it was not until the time
that ever borders the river except!"1 ie'u uiat iIia"' auudl ae"'Pl
where a farm has been developed or
an orange grove or camphor grove set
The springs themselves are truly
wonderful and all who see them say
so. But one must look into them to
know what they are like, for there
are some spots man's pen cannot pic
ture. There is a grand thing in Colo Colorado
rado Colorado that has never been described,
and sensible men do not attempt it.
Silver Springs is another one of those
aweing, stupendous, majestic, natural
creations that is beyond competent de
scription, located in the midst of a
non-tourist, agricultural, stock-rais
ing, north middle Florida looking
country, where arching live oaks and
colonial homes give positive proof
that aristocracy abides within and the
people are poor, possibly, but proud
and durned particular. It was pleas pleasant
ant pleasant and delightful .and new and scenic.
There were no dull moments and there
was much opportunty to rest and ride
and eat. But after a day in the nar narrow,
row, narrow, crooked Oklawaha it was like
being uncaged to again float out onto
the great St. Johns, the good, old,
well-behaved St. Johns that ever flows
slowly, steadily, broadly toward the
was made. The difficulties proved far
greater than were expected, and at
Nero's death the work was abandon abandoned.
ed. abandoned. In 1881 a French engineering
company was awarded a contract to
complete the work but it was not
finihsed until 1893 when Queen Olga
of Greece formally opened the canal
by cutting a ribbon with a golden
pair of scissors.
The canal is seventy feet wide with
u minimum depth of twenty-six feet.
At one point the cut is 287 feet deep,
almost as deep as the Culebra Cut
in Panama. It is without locks, be being
ing being a sea level canal throughout.
Owing to the difference in heights
of the tides on the opposite sides of
the Corinthian peninsula, the current
through the canal is usually very
swift. For this reason it is rather
dangerous for light craft, and there therefore
fore therefore seldom used by any, except nar narrow
row narrow ships with powerful engines.
This photograph shows the U. S. S.
Barney going thru a cut. While the
ship was on duty in these waters, the
men of the Barney had an opportunity
to visit many of the old Greek ruins,
including the Acropolis, as shown in
the smaller picture.
After leaving Greece, the Barney
continued her trip toward home via
Rome, Italy, France, Gibralta and the
A. E. GERIG
PHILLIP G. MURPHY,
Strawberries only 30 cents a quart
at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:15 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1 :30 pm
1:55 pm Jacksonville
4:05 pm Jacksonville
2:15 Tampa-2:15 am Tampa
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee
4:25 pm Tampa-St. P'tersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 3:15 am
1:45 pm J'ksonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am J'ksonville-G'nesvile 10:13 pm
3:18 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm StJet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
:25 am Dun'ellon-L'kemd 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 1 1:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
'Best in the Long Hun
HE cost of one repair often
iL represents the difference
between a low priced inner
tube and a Goodrich.
The first vulcanizing bill
eats up your imaginary
saving and you still have the
Why not get a Goodrich
Tube in the first place?
the B.F. Goodrich Ttubher Company, Akron, Ohi
H fakers of the S i lve rtown America's Tint Cord TTre
BLALOC KB R O T H E R S
Local Dealers for the Goodrich Tires
Cornor Ocklawaha Ave. and Main St. Ocala, Florida.
OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1920
Cash and Carry
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
wards, U-SERVE goDds are under-priced all the time.
EVERY PACKAGE A MONEY-SAVING ARTICLE
Trade wkh 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 shelves. ... .
Cash and Carry
Ocala House Block, Opposite Courthouse.
J. H. SPENCER
W. R. PEDRICK
We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.
GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
Exclusive Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY. 18 llo. Guarantee
An Up-to-Date Battery Service Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. . .
GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.
GAS ENGME WORMS
WRITER'S AUTO EXCHANGE
To your car if we make that
new auto top for you. The best
of materials and the most skill skillful
ful skillful workmanship result in pro producing
ducing producing a car top that is the
equal of any made anywhere, at
a higher price. Let us build for
you a one-man top, according
to your own ideas exclusive
design of quality.
rOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a patent wax paste
that makes old tops absolutely waterproof.
PAINTING Autos painted, striped and finished in the best of
UPHOLSTERING We are prepared to give you satisfactory ter-
vice in upholstering backs, seats or cushions.
TIRES, TUBES, GAS and OILS
LET US REPAIR, PAINT AND UPHOLSTER YOUR CAR, SO
YOU CAN ENJOY IT YOURSELF OR SELL TO ADVANTAGE.
AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED
J. W. HUNTED
AiqIq SOUTH MAGNOLIA STREET g?3irfri3i
. MJCUd OLD METROPOLITAN THEATER IT 1U1 lllct
If you have any society items,
Mr. J. H. Goode is a business visi visitor
tor visitor this week to Orlando, Palatka and
Dr. and Mrs. R. T. Weaver and Mr.
and Mrs. L. W. Ponder have returned
from a short visit to Inverness.
Strawberries only 30 cents a quart
at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ames and son,
Russell of Crawfordsville, Ind., are in
the city fo ra few days, guests at the
Mrs. J. J. Merrinan and son, John,
who have been making their home ai
Eastlake, left this afternoon for a
visit to Washington.
The Bible study class meets with
Mrs. Wilson on Fort King avenue at
3:3 Oo'clock. Subject, "Intercessory
'rayer." All Bible student welcome.
Class No. 12 of the Methodist Sun
day school will give a literary mus
ical Thursday afternoon at 4:30 at the
parsonage in honor of William
Misses Olivia and Irene Toffaletti
of this city, left Sunday for Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, where they have accepted posi-
10ns with prominent firms of that
The "Ease-AU" 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
Mrs. R. D. Dodge and daughter,
lizabeth, have returned to their
home in Jacksonville, after several
weeks delightfully spent in the city
with Mrs. Dodge's mother, Mrs. W. V.
Newsom and family.
Mr. O. H. Bererer. after a few davs
pleasantly spent in the city with his
wife at the home of her uncle, Mr. J.
M. Thomas, will return to his home iii
Tampa this 'afternoon. Mrs. Bererer
will remain for several weeks longer.
All the late styles in ladies' hats
and dresses at the Elite Shop, Ocala
House block, opposite courthouse. 6t
Miss Eleanor Gordon of .Buffalo, N.
Y., who has been the attractive gue3t
of Mrs. Emanuel Martin for several
weeks, is at Fellowship visiting rela
tives for a short time, after which she
will return to Ocala for another visit
before she leaves for her home.
There will be a meeting of the
Woman's Auxiliary of the Marion
County Hospital on Wednesday at 3
p. m. at the Ocala House. All mem
bers are urged to attend, and all
women wishing to join the organiza organization
tion organization are asked to be at this meeting.
Sixty-three cents buys the bes:
Cold Cream and one of the best Face
Powders on the market. Special sale
price at Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf
Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Klock, who have
been guests of the former's parents,
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Klock of Eastlake,
will return this afternoon to their
home at Easton, Pa. Miss Compson
of New York will also leave this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon after a very pleasant visit at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Klock.
Mrs. Albert Birdsey has returned
to her home in Savannah, after a win winter
ter winter spent in the city the guest of her
parents, Col. and Mrs. J. M. Martin,
and brother, Mr. Waldo Martin. Mrs.
Birdsey has many friends in the city
who are always charmed with her
visits. Before her marriage Mrs.
Birdsey was one of Ocala's most pop
ular young ladies.
Tonight in Summerfield the original
comedy, "The New Minister Arrives,"
by Mrs. Irwm, will be repeated by re
quest of many who witnessed only
part of the performance last Friday
night. All candidates for public of office
fice office are especially invited and at the
conclusion of the play will be intro introduced
duced introduced and each allowed to make a
short address. A number of these
candidates have already sent word
that they will be present.
In the report of the Woman's Club
meeting publisred yesterday, the
statement that the proceeds from the
sale of paintings would be applied to
the fund for the drinking fount in
Tuscawilla Park was an error. The
sum realized from this sale is to be
used for the bronze memorial tablet
to be erected at the entrans of Vic Victory
tory Victory Way. This tablet will bear the
names of those on the club's service
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Rose and son of
Lake Weir will come to Ocala tomor
row to make their future home. They
will occupy the lower floor of Mrs.
Kate Brinkley's residence on Fort
King avenue. Ocala is fortunate and
delighted in securing Mr. and Mrs.
Rose as residents, and they will be
given a cordial welcome. Mr. Rose is
secretary and treasurer of the Lake
Weir Washed Sand Co.. whose office
has recently been moved to Ocala, and
is located over the Munroe & Cham Cham-bliss
bliss Cham-bliss National Bank.
Dr. and Mrs. R. T. Weaver of this
city announce the engagement and ap approaching
proaching approaching marriage of Mrs. Weaver's
daughter, Miss Eihel Bird Haycraft,
to Mr. LaMark Colquit Hawse of Dade
City. The wedding will be a quiet af affair
fair affair solemnized in Ocala some time in
Miss Haycraft, who made her home
in Ocala until a few years ago, is a
most attractive young lady. She is a
beautiful blonde and is most accom accomplished,
plished, accomplished, a musician of great talent,
and she is greatly beloved and popu popular
lar popular with all who know her.
Mr. Hawse is in business at Dade
City and comes from an excellent
family. He has been very successful
in business, being a large orange
grower. He is a nephew of Messrs.
Lee and Edwards, prominent citizens
of Thonotasassa, and who are largely
interested in the orange industry. Mr.
Hawse is popular and highly esteemed
in both business and social circles,
and has made many friends by his
integrity and business accoftiplish accoftiplish-ments.
ments. accoftiplish-ments. The many friends in this city and
elsewhere of Dr. and Mrs. Weaver and
Miss Haycraft are extending their
congratulations and best wishes.
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
Gifl wanted at Kindt's music store.
Strawberries only 30 cents a quart
FOR SALE BUICK ROADSTER
Fine mechanical condition, first
class paint job, almost new tires.
PHILIP G. MURPHY,
ITINERARY OF THE CANDIDATES
April 24 (Connor's dock) Oklawaha,
April 30, Fort McCoy, 2:30 p. m.
May 6th, Romeo (Pine Island picnic
grounds), all day.
Other, places to be announced later.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
One 1917 Ford Touring.
One 1918 Ford Touring.
One 1919 Ford Roadster.
AUTO SALES CO.,
Phone 348. tf Ocala. Fla.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing Sl Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
For All Classes Of
Stone, Brick, Wood,
Phone 446. 728 Weaona SL
" 1 A 1
flin:A vjoou vision is essential
: JfiL to the highest usefulness
WTSfc' of the individual. Ir yoar
2g see vision as good as it
.vN should be?
DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician.
EuropeiKPkiv Gwnplete Modem Screened
cowectioiv Co!vwiort to Everything -ta
Kkrt of City 'Send for Book!sT-
79 WWDUUSrHTH.PROP R
Typewritten Circular Letters
Satisfactory Work Guaranteed
I MINERVA E. MURPHY I
5 Gary Block
i I m""i ii rum in ii. miiiii in 111 1 f
Fine Steels form the Sinews of a
Everything that is built to en endure
dure endure must have fine sinews.
A great ship, a giant locomo locomotive,
tive, locomotive, a huge bridge, a gigantic
Search for the sinews in a
Maxwell and you discover new
steels, fine steels, special steels,
steels manufactured to Maxwell's
Steels, for instance, that make
possible that rare combination
of extreme lightness and brute
For a Maxwell is made to
be light in weight. Its mission
is economic transportation.
Any superfluous pound to
carry around means so much
more cost of operation.
But the great problem was to
get steels of rare quality and
They are found in a Maxwell
in axles, shaftings, gears, frame,
crankshaft, connecting rod's,
-They equal, pound for pound,
the steels to be found in any
Costly as they are, they repay
their price many times over in
the lifetime of a Maxwell.
They save. They pay divi dividends
dends dividends of satisfaction.
They make friends. They are
responsible for that rapid rise
of Maxwell the world over.
Nearly 400,000 now in use;
100,000 more in process of
construction ; and fully 40 per
cent of those who have de decided
cided decided upon a Maxwell as their
first-choice car will not be able
to get one this year so over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming is the demand for
this remarkable car.
Carroll Motors Co
Ocala - Florida
at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, APRIL 20. 1920
FOR SALE CADILLAC
A FINE SHOT
Rebuilt, painted, new top, seat
covers, five mighty good tires.
Will give written guarantee.
PHILLIP G. MURPHY,
WANTED One National cash reg
ister with five or six separate draw
ers. Mayo-Lyles Store, Summerfield,
FOR SALE Boilers, engine, five
locomotives, one hundred tons scrap
iron, etc. Send representative to
Ehren, Fla. Landeck Lumber Com
It Was Fine Because It was Strained
Thru a Handkerchief
Temperature this morning, 68; this
A funnv incident which lacked onlv
Up to press time, reports from the about six inches of beine a traeic one.
election were favorable to those in occurred in our city yesterday after after-favor
favor after-favor of bonds, but neither side can be I noon.
certain. Mr. John Spearing, one of our reg
ular winter visitors, makine his home
Mrs. T. B. Briggs leaves this after- at the Florida House, needing some
noon for an indefinite visit to friends work done on his car, drove up town
in New York city. I yesterday afternoon, accompanied by
Mr. Blalock. the furniture man. to
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wilson, accom- Mack Taylor's garage. They drove
panied by Mrs. M. A. Bostick. left this the car back into the workshop and
afternoon in the former's car for a turned it over to Mr. H. A. Seneff. Mr.
short visit to Miami. Tavlor's mechanician, and while he
was at work on the car. thev stood
Dr. K. J. Weihe, optometrist, will around and chewed the raer.
give one of his interesting talks on in a few minutes Mr. J. D. Robert Robert-the
the Robert-the eye and its care, at the industrial son came up. Mr. Robertson owns the
school for girls. Wednesday. ground back of the garaere. Some
trash had got over on his
ceeded in getting the gun off, he miss missed
ed missed Seneff considerably, but came near
enough hitting Mr. Spearing to entitle
that gentleman to a D. S. M.
Seneff now began to get mad and
told Robertson he had better go away
or he would get hurt sure enough.
Robertson took the advice but after afterward
ward afterward came back and drove his car
around some, but made no more at attacks.
tacks. attacks. In recorder's court this morning,
Robertson was ararignej for carry carrying
ing carrying concealed weapons, for discharg discharging
ing discharging a gun in the city limits and for
lighting. On the first two charges he
was fined $10 each, but as the recorder
didn't think he had done much fight fighting
ing fighting he was discharged on that point.
He was also arrested by the county
for carrying concealed weapons, and
Seneff was arrested on the charge
of fifrhtintr and fined $5. which his
property I 11TT,ninvpr Mr. Mack Tavlor naid. We
, i i
1564-HONORING SHAKSPERET-1920 line and rod and white artificial bait.
The fish weighed 12 tt pounds. No one
but an expert can land a bass of that
size with light tackle as anyone knows
who has made the attempt.
The club is- justly proud of Mr.
Gale and later we will try to match
him against. any other amateur caster
in the state.
The president of the club will offer
When I get Well" Fay j as a prize a split bamboo casting rod
to the member wno xanas me largest
bass from Florida waters during the
year, and the other members will
are here for a short stay from Miami.
FOR SALE: Ten hens, eight fryers
and one rooster. All hens are now
laying and in healthy condition. Phone
128 or call at 704 Third St. 20-6t
FOR RENT Comfortable housekeep housekeeping
ing housekeeping rooms, close in, good location. Ad Address
dress Address "L" care of Star. 16-6t
LOST One pair of glasses in alum aluminum
inum aluminum case. Reward to finder. Phone
249 or 231. 19-3t
inias udiav xjcii 10 m wc anQ ne seemea ruinea in conseauence. i i u. e
mg her sister and brother. Miss Jef- He talked around rather aggrievedly. .uu :n,an. n mi wsn Wnr out
ferson Bell and Mr. Joseph Bell, who Seneff didn't know Robertson and paid 1 T?nhfrtson
no attention to him at first, but when
he began to aDDroach the limit told I
Six hundred ladies can get tne him to cut it out and move out.
BIGGEST BARGAIN at Gerig's Spec- This increased Robertson's ire. so
ial Sale. Come in and seeor your- we are told, and he began to talk a
self. Gerig's Drue Store. 6-tf I little too roucrh. whereunon Seneff
Jiit him about half a lick.
BARGAIN IN BUICK 4 ROADSTER
FOR RENT Two connecting rooms
unfurnished. Water, electric lights and
phone furnished. Close in and very
reasonable. Phone 145. 15-6t
TOR SALE One mare 6 years old,
colt eight months old. Apply to New
York Meat Market, 18 W. 3roadway,
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone
146. r 2-m
FOR SALE 16 healthy shoats and
gilts. Price, $120. T. Needham,
Seneff is a
Friends of the family will regret to very muScular young man and knows
learn that Miss May Parr continues how to hit. and if he had struck with
critically ill, but it is sincerely hoped his fun force Robertson wouli prob-
that more favorable news may De re- ablv have taken the count. As it was
ceived from her bedside soon. he was rather hadlv staceered. hut
as soon as his ideas ouit loonintr the
Mrs. T. N Limbaugh of Starke is iOOD he took out his nistol and Pave
the guest of Mrs. Maude Horne at her Seneff the pleasant information thu
home on Oklawaha avenue. Tomorrow he would shoot him.
Mrs. Horne. accompanied by Mrs. The pistol was a small one and
Limbaugh, Mrs. T. H. Johnson and wrapped in a pocket handkerchief,
Mr. Vaughn of Chicago will motor to and Robertson was dizzy from the
Uaytona for the day. hlow he had received, so when he suc-
Buick "4" roadster in good shape.
Good tires. AUTO SALES CO.,
Phone 348, Ocala. Fla. 12-tf
Class No. 12 of the Methodist Sun Sunday
day Sunday school will render the following
program, Thursday, at 4:30 p. m., at
Invocation Rev. C. W. White.
Instrumental solo Nettie Matthews.
Tribute to Shakspere
Piano solo. Summer Frolic Alice
Reading, "The Last Hymn" Mattie i surely have to watch Gale.
Baell Cameron. I 'mbmkbbmmmmb
Piano selection. Sangfroire Mar I
Shakspere's Flower Maids: Ophelia,
Perdita, Viola. Isabelle, Cressida, Cor Cordelia,
delia, Cordelia, Portia and Rosalind.
Piano and violin selection.
Piano solo Amy Cautheh Long.
Reading, "Abide With Me" (piano
accompaniment) Lena Ricketson.
Flower maids are Edna Roberts,
Bernice Bell, Hazel Ricketson, Kath-
erine Burhman, Inez Teuton, Ruth
Broderick, Helen Webber and Eva
No charges. Everyone cordially invited.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
i upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
FOR RAYMOND GALE
Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock the
Woman's Club will dedicate the mem memorial
orial memorial avenue with a very interesting
program, which is being arranged by
the entertainment committee of the;
club. Everybody is cordially invited
to be present on this occasion, which
promises to be a most enjoyable affair.
Belleview, April. 20 Raymond Gale
of the Belleview Gun and Rod Club,
scored another victory last Friday.
Mr. Gale, it will be remembered, won
both prizes for casting accuracy and
distance in the recent contest, and on
Friday last caught the largest bass
that has been caught this season by
any member of the club. It was taken
from Smith Lake with a light casting
18 ROOM HOUSE
To Close Out Estate
Located on quarter-acre
lot one block from Ppst Ppst-oflice,
oflice, Ppst-oflice, cheap at $3000. Price
will be reduced $10 per day
PRICE TODAY $2420
If interested see me at once
FRANK W. DITTO
Real Estate Ocala, Fla.
FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell
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
WANTED Rags. Must be well
laundered; 5 cents a pound. Star
AUiU suKViuti Automobiles re
paired, re-painted and re-covered.
Also a complete line of gas, oils and
grease. Firestore tires. Meadows Re
paii Shop, 735 N. Magnolia St. 7-lm
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Liddell of El
Paso, Texas, have arrived in Marion
county, where they expect to spend
several weeks visiting their relatives
at Sparr. Dunnellon and Ocala. Mr.
Liddell spent his early boyhood days
in Ocala and has many' friends here
who are glad to greet him and his
fl NERVOUS WRECK
Frcn Three Years9 Suffering. Sayi
Cardui Made Her
Texas City, Tex. In an interesting
ttttement, Mrs. Q. H. Schill, of thistown, thistown,-tays:
tays: thistown,-tays: "For three years I suffered untold
agony with my head. I was unable to
do any of my work.
I just wanted to sleep all the time, for
that was the only ease I could get, when
I was asleep. I became a nervous wreck
Just from the awful suffering with my
I was so nervous that the least noise
would make me jump out of my bed. 1
had' no energy, and was unable to do
anything. My son, a young boy, bad to
do all my household duties.
I was not able to do anything until 1
took Cardui. I took three bottles in all,
and it surely cured me of those awful
headaches. That has been three years
ago, and I know the cure is permanent,
for 1 have never had any headache since
Nothing relieved me until I took Cardui.
It did wonders for me."
Try Cardui for your troubles made
from medicinal ingredients recommended
In medical books as being of benefit in
female troubles, and 40 years of use has
proven that the books are right Begin
taking C-rdui today. NC-134
DR. WILLIAMS' 101 TONIC
Mr.de Up of Three Ingredients of
Iron, Quinine and Magnesia are
three ingredients that will get right
to work to clean out the disease
germs of Colds, LaGrippe and Ma Malaria
laria Malaria in your body; Quinine kills the
germs in the blood, Magnesia carries
off the body poisons, and Iron
strengthens and invigorates.
Dr. Williams' 101 Tonic contains
these three ingredients property pro proportioned.
portioned. proportioned. It's the correct treatment
for Colds, LaGrippe and Malaria.
25c. and 50. bottles for sale at your
drug store. Adv. No. 1.
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Wqrk for the Money than any other
contractor ia th city.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mr. Robert T. Adams is driving a
new Hudson speedster, purchased
from Philip G. Murphy, the local
dealer in Hudson motor cars. The
speedster is a four-passenger, body
on the same chassis as the seven-pes-
senger touring car. A Hudson of the
same model made the round trip from
Ne wYork to San Francisco and re return
turn return in ten days and 21 hours.
Mrs. Dan Sinclair of Boston, who
has been spending the winter at Palm
Beach, is expected to arrive in Ocala
shortly for a visit to Mrs. J. Carstens
and Mrs. B. T. Perdue enroute to her
home. It has been over twenty-six
years since Mrs. Sinclair was "in
Ocala, and there are friends here who
will be much interested to hear of her
arrival, for as Miss Josie Crowson,
she was one of Ocala's most beloved
Give your feet a chance to help you
alonig in the world. If they trouble
you in any way have them examined
free. M. M. Little, graduate practi-
One of the biggest attractions at
the lawn fete tonight is the high class
vaudeville under the direction of Mrs.
Sarah Jane Manly. There will be
three performances, at 7:30, 8:30 and
9:30 o'clock. The price of admission,
25 cents, is ridiculously low as it
promises to be one of the cleverest
little shows ever presented in the city.
Supper will be served cafeteria style
beginning about 5:30 this afternoon
and there will be many other attrac
tions during the evening, such as the
dancing dolls, fortune telling and that
trained pig which is one of twenty in
the United States is a scream. See
H. A. Davies original booth. "The Air
Shop" you'll be surprised.
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 Drue Store. 6-tf
Mr. Philip G. Murphy, the Ocala
dealer in Hudson, Essex and Stude Stude-baker
baker Stude-baker automobiles, has returned from
a three-day trip to Jacksonville. He
says that because of labor conditions
in the north very few automobiles are
being shipped and many of those
that have been shipped are being tied
up in the hopelessly congested freight
yards of the northern railroads. The
result has been an increased demand
for used cars and an increase in the
price at which these used cars are
selling. He examined many new mod models
els models of passenger cars and says the
tendency is toward smaller cars of
high quality like the Essex. He thinks
that because of the great interest
shown by the automobile world in the
races between. American and Euro European
pean European cars an ddrivers during the com coming
ing coming year that manufacturers are
watching the light car performances.
All of which forecasts a new era in
automobile design:.-:"" szi ::
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Essex Has Performance Like the Costliest Fine Cars
Its World Endurance Record Has Never Been Rivaled
The most important thing that Essex has proved
is that weight and size are no longer necessary to
finest car quality.
All concede average ability in modern car.
So it was to prove ability far beyond what any
light car ever has shown that Essex made its fam famous
ous famous endurance tests.
Its 3037 in 50 hours is a world's endurance
record. The test was official. Supervisors of the
A. A. A. certified the Essex stock chassis in every
Such Endurance as You
Want in Your Car
Never before was a car driven at top speed for
50 hours. The grind was more severe than years
of road use. Yet at the end the Essex: showed no
What car, the Essex size and weight, can even
attain a mile a minute speed, much less keep it
up for 50 hours ?
These results were decisive. They proved Essex
not only the supreme performer of the light car
field, they showed that with its advantages of
moderate price and economy it combines such en endurance
durance endurance and dependability as few large, high high-priced
priced high-priced cars offer.
Light Car Economy and
Big Car Performance
Greater size could add nothing to Essex. It has
the qualities which weight and size are built to
give riding comfort, solidness, distinction and
smooth, quiet pace. In addition it has fuel, oil
and tire economy. And its durability means free freedom
dom freedom from repair costs and positive, dependable
Other cars its size and weight cost as much.
But none has ever equaled what it has done.
You will hardly dare use its over-capacity of
power, but you do want the ability and dependa dependa-ability
ability dependa-ability it gives. It means no strains on motor or
other mechanism. It means a better, more dura durable,
ble, durable, lasting car.
And Essex is easy to operate. Driving does not
fatigue. Its instant response to the lightest touch,
and its smooth, restful comfort In motion account
That is another reason why so many women are
Essex owners. And they appreciate its safety,
too. Its controls are simple and instantaneous.
It makes fast time, with security, in difficult
Essex Wins on Quality
Minus Useless Weight
Essex won recognition on the finest quality
without useless weight and size. For that issue is
You will take pride in your Essex from the first.
Its smartness, its rich fittings and furnishing, its
quiet luxury and superior performance give it dis distinction
tinction distinction everywhere. And time and use will in increase
crease increase your esteem and respect for it. You will
come to rely absolutely on its dependability. You
will expect and find it always ready for any de demands
mands demands you may make.
These are the j-easons why Essex set a world's
sales record in its first year. And orders now are
so far ahead it is certain that even that unrivaled
mark will be surpassed this year.
Thousands, realizing this, are placing their
orders now. ,We advise that you do likewise, else
you may be disappointed in delivery.
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