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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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EVENING

STAR

Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Thursday, mild temperature, gentle
variable winds.
OCA LA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, .TUNE 9. 1920.
VOL. 2G, NO. m
SMASH ON THE
TRAFFIC PROBLEMS
TO BE DISCUSSED
. y. CENTRAL

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A Long Ballot and a Slow Count Delay
the Returns.

THREE TO ONE AND TWO TO ONE
( Associated Press)
Jacksonville, June 9. On the face
of early returns from Tuesday's state
democratic primary election, accord according
ing according to the Florida Metropolis tabula tabulation
tion tabulation of the returns, Senator Duncan
U. Fletcher has received the nomina nomination
tion nomination fpr a third term in the Senate
and Cary A. Hardee has been nomi nominated
nated nominated over Van C. Swearingen and
Lincoln Hulley for governor. A dem democratic
ocratic democratic nomination is equivalent to
election.
' Senator Fletcher has defeated
Governor Sidney J. Catts for the Sen Senate
ate Senate by a vote which will average bet better
ter better than two to one, while Cary A.
Hardee has defeated his opponents by
a vote which will run close to two to
one. on the face of early returns.
Three hundred and fifty-five pre precincts
cincts precincts out of 977 in the state give
for senator: Fletcher, 18,030; Catts,
6239.
The samp precincts give for gov governor:
ernor: governor: Hardee 15,983; Hulley 1629;
, Swearingen 8307.
Tho the long and intricate ballot
makes the count of votes slow work,
there is little doubt that Fletcher,
1 Hardee, Amos and Luning led in
Tuesday's election. Fletcher, in al almost
most almost every precinct heard from has
about three votes to Catts' one. Har Hardee
dee Hardee is receiving about two votes to
one cast for both his opponents. Amos
has badly defeated Angle and it looks
as tho Luning is far ahead of McLin.
The success of Sheats or Hollin3, of
Calkins, Buford or Billingsley is in
doubt.
LOCAL RESULTS
Ocala and Marion county went
democratic with a whoop. It was a
landslide. Ocala inspectors as soon as
the pqlls closed, counted the votes for
senator and found that Fletcher had
502 and Catts 70. Following with a
count for governor, it was found that
Hardee had 504 vote; Swearingen, 64;
Hulley, 22.
A large crowd remained around the
courthouse and telegraph office until
after midnight, receiving returns by
wire, telephone and messenger. Up Upstairs,
stairs, Upstairs, the inspectors and clerks
worked at their tedious task. It was
soon noticeable that as bulletin after
bulletin came in that Catts was car carrying
rying carrying few precincts, he not having
the majority in half a dozen out of
over a hundred reported. Fletcher
and Hardee seemed running as one
team and Catts and' Swearingen as
the other, and in nearly every pre precinct
cinct precinct the first team had two or three
to one majority.
While the results of the contests :n
the county are approximately known,
yet hardly any are known with cer certainty,
tainty, certainty, because several precincts have
not been heard from, and the second
choice vote will have to be called on
to decide on some offices. At 3 p. m.
today, following was the result as
nearly as could be ascertained:
Representative: Hunter leads with
Folks second. Second choice votes
may be needed.
Sheriff: S. C. M. Thomas seems to
be considerably in the lead.
Tax Assessor: Colbert leading, but
maybe second choice votes will change
result.
Clerk: Lancaster has a substan substantial
tial substantial lead with Thomas second, and
Ayer and, Connor about neck and necK
in the rear.
County Judge: Futch seems to have
the lead.
Superintendents of Public Instruc Instruction:
tion: Instruction: There is but little doubt that
Henry G. Shealy has defeated W. D.
Cam.
CARD OF THANKS
Editor Star: I wish to extend my
appreciation to the voters of Marion
ccunty for the splendid majority
given me for the office of sheriff in
the primary election held on the 8th.
I shall at the proper time try to fur further
ther further show my appreciation by attend attending
ing attending strictly to the duties of the office
for which I have been nominated.
S. C. M. Thomas.
Ocala, June 9, 1920.
CLOSING OUT SALE
Another opportunity for you to pur purchase
chase purchase one of the prettiest eGorgette
waists at only $3.98. B. Goldman. 4t

A BUSINESS CHANGE
Changes in the business interests
of Ocala are coming with surprising
frequence these days. Announcement
is made that Mr. George MacKay will
purchase the interest of his partner,
Mr. D. E. Mclver, and take over the
business of the firm of Mclver &
MacKay. What changes will be made
in the business, if any, as a result
of this is not yet announced.
Mclver & MacKay have built up
one of the largest mercantile busi businesses
nesses businesses in this section of Florida. Mr.
Mclver is planning to go away for a
rest. His friends will be glad to learn
of this, knowing the strain under
which Mr. Mclver has been. During
his absence from the city he will be
missed, as he has always taken a
prominent part in all matters of pub
lic interest, and is at present presi
dent of the city council, which posi position
tion position requires considerable of his time.
His many friends hope that he will
soon return with renewed health and
wish him well in whatever he might
undertake. The many friends of Mr.
MacKay will wish him success in
conducting the large business estab establishment
lishment establishment of which he will be the sole
owner.
COMPLIMENTING MISS BOSTICK
One of the prettiest appointed and
jolliest parties of the season was the
one last evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. C. G. Barnett,' when their
vivacious daughter, Miss Ullaine Bar Bar-nett
nett Bar-nett entertained in compliment to
Miss Irene Bostick, the attractive
visitor of Miss Mary Lane.
The entire Barnett home was made
most inviting and attractive by simple
but. tastily arranged decorations of
pot flowers and cut flowers. The first
diversion on the program for the eve evening
ning evening was rook, for which tables had
been arranged on the veranda, and
the games were enjoyed until the
players became engaged in a guessing
contest in the form of, a love story,
which is always pleasing.
The two successful contestants were
Miss Elizabeth Bennett and Mr.
James Melton and to each was pre presented
sented presented a handsome silk handkerchief
for their cleverness. Promenade cards
were distributed to the guests. They
were dainty hand painted umbrellas
with places for making dates and
after filling out same, short prome promenades
nades promenades around the house were made,
after which Miss Barnett and her
mother served cake and ice cream to
all present.
During the latter part of the eve evening
ning evening many musical selections were en enjoyed.
joyed. enjoyed. Those present on this pleasant
occasion were Misses Irene Bostick,
Ullaine Barnett, Marie Mathews,
Mary Lane, Caroline White, Ruby
Hager and Helen Shannon of Braden Braden-town,
town, Braden-town, Rhoda Thomas, Elizabeth Ben Bennett
nett Bennett and Delia Livingston, Messrs.
Robert Blake, Ralph Cullen, Henry
Lytle, Robert Rogers, Leonard Wes Wesson,
son, Wesson, Walter Troxler, Foy Carroll,
James Melton, Robert Blowers, James
Fielding and Fred Winer.
BURBANK
Burbank, June 5. Last Sunday,
Mrs. V. H. Turner and son, Raymond
entertained the following guests -at a
most delicious dinner: Mr. and Mrs.
H. E. Abbott and daughter, Dixie,
Mrs. F. M. Chaffee, Miss Ruth Chaffee
of Ocala, Miss Alice Gooding McKim
of Sanford and Mr .and Mrs. H. I.
Turner and son, Hubert Jr. of this
place.
Mrs. G. E. Clineman and son,
George Jr. were shopping in Ocala on
Tuesday.
Mr. Cummings of Louisville, Ky.,
was in Busbank the past week, look looking
ing looking at property and talked favorably
of buying a home here.
Mrs. Sarah Tourtellot was an
Ocala visitor Thursday.
Mrs. Jas. I. Taylor and Miss Mary
Taylor attended the quarterly confer conference
ence conference of the Methodist church at An Anthony
thony Anthony last Saturday.
Miss Mozelle Priest and Miss Ola
Waterman left Tuesday for DeLeon
Springs, wThere' they will visit rela relatives.
tives. relatives.
Friends will be glad to hear Mr.
James Tourtellot is improving after
his recent serious illness.
Several Burbankers attended the
picnic and political meeting at Gra Gra-haiiiville
haiiiville Gra-haiiiville Wednesday and report a
splendid time and a delicious dinner.

Several Persons Killed and Many
Others Injured in Rear-End
Collision at Schnectady

(Associated Press)
Schnectady, N. Y., May 9. At least
eleven persons were killed and 21 in injured,
jured, injured, some perhaps fatally, when an
express crashed into the rear end of
a passenger train on the New York
Central in the suburbs of Schnectady
just after midnght this morning.
AMERICA'S WORST ENEMIES
Are Those Who are Trying to Drive
this Country Into Conflict
with England
(Associated Press)
Montreal, June 9. Free' Ireland
sympathizers in the annual conven convention
tion convention of the American Federation of
Labor today declared war on the
league of nations ratification program
recommended by the executive council
and asserted they are against any
covenant ''that binds the American
people to respect and preserve the
territorial integrity of Great Britain."
BASEBALL GAME WITH
DUNNELLON TOMORROW
Don't forget that game between
Dunnellon and Ocala tomorrow, and
go out to Hunter Park in the after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, to see good sport and help build
up your home team. Following is
the Ocala line-up:
Miller, c; Luffman, p; Lyter, lb;
Smith, 2b; Leavengood, 3b; Liddell,
ss; Montgomery, If; Smith, cf; Gal Galloway,
loway, Galloway, rf.
GASOLINE LET GO
And Writh It Went a Bunch of JaDa JaDa-nese
nese JaDa-nese Sailors
(Associated Press)
Kobe, June 9. Fifty Japanese sail sailors
ors sailors are missing after an explosion ,of
gasoline on a Japanese steamship to today.
day. today. The vessel was destroyed, arid
other ships damaged.
SEABOARD IN ALLIANCE
WITH GEORGIA CENTRAL
(Associated Press)
Crestview, June 9. The presence
of large parties of railroad construc-i
tion engineers along the west coast I
ot Florida is giving rise to reports
that the Seabaord Air Line is con contemplating
templating contemplating .extending into that terri territory.
tory. territory. It is reported that the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard and the Georgia Central work working
ing working in common are reaching for Town
Point, opposite Pensacola, where there
is deep water and a land locked har harbor.
bor. harbor. PLATFORM, W ILL HAVE
A TREATY PLANK
So Says Chairman Cummings, Who
Has Led the Procession to
San Francisco
(Associated Pi-ess)
San Francisco, June 9. A declara declaration
tion declaration in favor of ratification of the
Versailles treaty will be made in a
plank in the democratic platform, ac according
cording according to Chairman Cummings, of
tht: national committee, who arrived
her last night to prepare for the ra rational
tional rational convention.
Physicians assembled In convention
at Chicago expressed the opinion that
America will not again be visited by
an influenza epidemic like the last one.
It Is to be hoped the reliability of this
prediction will equal its optimism.
We have sent $4,000,000,000 worth of j
relief to Europe and have declined to
share In the spoils of the war. Herej
after our altruism cannot be ques questioned,
tioned, questioned, since we have the figures to
prove it.
If Wllhelm keeps on getting the al
lied demands modified he may wind;
up in the same position as the rabbit
that was thrown Into the bramble
bush. It exclaimed, you remember,
"Why. this is my home."
Alabama man, charged with having
six wives, was arrested when he tried
to marry a seventh. You can call
seven his lucky or unlucky number,
according to your point of view.
Another difficulty the country Is ex experiencing
periencing experiencing at this -time Is, there are
so many business men who cannot see
four Inches beyond their cash regis registers.
ters. registers. Men's coats will have no waist line
next year, says a fashion authority.
Do the tailors figure that food Is go going
ing going to be more easily procurable!

Marion County Board of Trade Meets
in Regular Session Tomorrow
Night

The Marion County Board of Trade
meets in regular session tomorrow
night at 8 o'clock. In view of the
fact that a political meeting interfer interfered
ed interfered with attendance at the last session
of the Board of Trade, the traffic
problem with which the city has found
itself confronted will come up for
discussion tomorro wnight. It is
hoped that those who had formed
opinions on this problem will be pres present.
ent. present. The meeting will also present an
opportunity for the discussion of any
matter that members of the Board
of Trade may desire to bring to the
attention of the organization.
NEW CITY ENGINEER
Mr. George F. Young of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and Dade City, has been selected
as engineer for the city, to have
direction of the new paving program
which was voted on May 11. Mr.
Young has had charge of many im important
portant important contracts and came highly
recommended.
P NATIONALISM QROWINQ.
One of the evidences of the growing
spirit of nationalism In China la the
resentment which has been awakened
against the right of the foreigner to
live under his own laws and to enjoy
the protection of his own courts of
Justice. The younger and more pro progressive
gressive progressive element in that country has
been voicing for several years Its op opposition
position opposition of the injustice of extra extraterritoriality
territoriality extraterritoriality and demanding that
steps be taken to place foreigners un under
der under the jurisdiction of the courts
which govern the people with whom
they live. The new policy of opening
up China to trade and encouraging
foreign aid in the development of its
untold wealth probably will accom accomplish
plish accomplish more than any other factor In
tending to remove a condition which
Is becoming Increasingly distasteful
to the patriotic Chinese, says Indian Indianapolis
apolis Indianapolis Star. A steadily growing inti intimacy
macy intimacy has developed in late years be between
tween between the foreign and Chinese busi business
ness business men with benefit to both. It
cannot be denied that foreign powers
have oppressed China unmercifully in
the last 25 years, but this attitude
has been largely caused by that coun country's
try's country's blindness to the advantages of
foreign trade and Its stupid obstinacy
In seeking to preserve national iso isolation.
lation. isolation. Memorial civic art thrives most In
New England. Almost every village
green shows a monument which, by
reason of Its design, suggests that it
has escaped from the sun-drenched
burying ground nearby In order to get
under the shade of the trees on the
village common. Occasionally the rich
man of the town, tricked out of his
long-forgotten civil war uniform and
mounted on a noble charger, has been
set up by connivance between a doting
'widow and a sculptor not afraid of his
reputation, writes Charles Moore in
Outlook. Then there la the omnipres omnipresent
ent omnipresent granite soldier, without variable variableness
ness variableness or shadow of turning. What a
noble army these stone men would
make If they could be gathered to together
gether together In their favorite posture of pa parade
rade parade rest and formed into a rainbow
division from the four quarters of the
land I
Kentucky Is roused over a law
which would limit the possession of
dogs in the Interests of sheep raisers.
This law attacks a vital and funda fundamental
mental fundamental human right quite as much
so as prohibition, for since the first
ages man and dog have been Insepa Inseparable
rable Inseparable companions. "Love me, love my
dog has passed Into a proverb, and
the dog haters In legislatures will have
a rough road to travel In assailing the
canine right to live.
A French writer predicts a great
and bloody war between the sexes,
with the Amazons in superior num numbers.
bers. numbers. There are so many real crises
confronting the world that It la amaz amazing
ing amazing to see any reasonable mind wast wasting
ing wasting time and energy In conjuring
myths to fight with.
With eggs coming down and cotton
and woolens due for a drastic tumble
because of the falling off in exports,
the long-suffering individual Is not go going
ing going to take much Interest In plans to
finance Europe. Selfish, perhaps, but
selfpreaermttpn la the first law of

Senator Lodge Has
Permanent
Chicago, June 9. The republican'
national convention began its second
session today at 11:20 a. m., taking
up the preliminary work essential be before
fore before beginning nominations and bal balloting.
loting. balloting. Reports of committees adopt adopted
ed adopted quickly included that making the
temporary organization permanent,
which decided that Senator Henry
Cabot Lodge would preside through throughout
out throughout the convention as its permanent
chairman. j
The resolutions committee working
on the platform sent word it was not
ready to report and the indications
are that it wuldn't be ready fefore
midnight. -Meanwhile five-minute
speeches were the order with Chaun Chaun-cey
cey Chaun-cey M. Depew leading off. After a
session one one hour, the convention
adjourned until tomorrow.
CREDENTIALS COMPLETED
Chicago, June 9 Working all night
the credentials committee completed
the permanent roll of the convention
at 4:30 o'clock this morning. Pre Previous
vious Previous rulings on contests by the na national
tional national committee were sustained in all
but three cases. Two delegates were
taken from Lowden, one in Georgia
and one in Tennessee, and given to
Wood. In the fifth Missouri district,
where the national committee refused
to seat any one, the credentials com committee
mittee committee seated two Lowden men, leav leaving
ing leaving the standing of the two candi candidates
dates candidates unchanged.
MINDS IN A MIST
The delegates assembled today with
the problem as to who shall lead the
party in November still a mystery
even to themselves. While giving up uproarious
roarious uproarious approval yesterday to Sen Senator
ator Senator Lodge's keynote address calling
for the destruction of a "dynasty
within a dynasty," there was no sign
of any preference from those whose
I votes will select the republican pres
idential candidate to undertake the
job There was no demonstration,
even for favorite sons; no mention of
Wood, Johnson or Lowden.
LITTLE TO DO THIS MORNING
Little business confronted the dele delegates.
gates. delegates. With the temporary organiza organization
tion organization to be made permanent, there is
no speech by the presiding officer on
the program.
" MINOR MATTERS
Matters were reported by the reso resolutions
lutions resolutions committee on the progress on
the platform and the credentials com committee
mittee committee on the permanent roll of the
convention, on which voting will be
done.
SIFTING THE ISSUES
Final sifting of the issues for the
platform began today in a special sub
committee of thirteen, while the re
mainder of the full resolutions com committee
mittee committee continued to hold open house
to hear last minute suggestions and
advise with all comers. The league
of nations question was the center of
speculation as the sub-committee be
gan its work.
TWO FOOLS
Samuel Gompers is expected to ap appear
pear appear before the full committee with
suggested labor planks, and a delega delegation
tion delegation headed by Frank Walsh will ask
the party to declare for recognition of
the Irish republic.
ARE RATHER HAZY
Members of the sub-committee are
confident they can agree on a league
of nations plank but all are hazy as
how it may be done. Bolstering the
prediction of agreement, however, was
a feeling that the league of nations
must not be allowed to reach the con convention
vention convention floor, where every one realiz realized
ed realized it might set off fireworks of a. de destructive
structive destructive nature.
Aside from the treaty issue, most
of the platform material is in such
shape as only the finishing touches
are needed. There still remain to be
determined some details of the Mexi Mexican
can Mexican declaration and some questions of
policy regarding industrial relations.
DEMANDS FROM THE NEGROES
Chicago, June 9. Negro delegates
appearing before the resolutions com committee
mittee committee today made the demand that
the republicans take an unequivocal
stand for the enforcement of the four fourteenth
teenth fourteenth amendment and against con
tamination from a "reign of lynch
law."

i
Been Chosen as the
Chairman.
The summer band concerts which
have been arranged for by the Board
of Trade will start tomorrow night at
8:30 on the courthouse square. A
change in the day and hour will prob probably
ably probably be made next week. If possible
the concerts after this week will be
given on Fridaynights at 8 o'clock.
The new band has been organized un under
der under the direction of Mrs. Sara Jane
Manly, and it is hoped that there will
be a large crowd out for the opening
concert. The program will be an announced
nounced announced in tomorrew afternoon's
paper.
The band fund which is being rais raised
ed raised by a committee from the Board of
Trade with the co-operation of a com committee
mittee committee of women is not yet complete.
If you haven't contributed your dol dollar,
lar, dollar, purchase one of the contributor's
cards at once at the Specialty Shop,
the Court Pharmacy or Gerig's Drug
Store.
FARM SOLD
Mr. Will Cook has sold his fine
farm northeast of the city to Mr.
Nungesser, a progressive agricultur agriculturist
ist agriculturist from Minnesota.
ARRIVED FROM ASIA
Mr. S. A. Moses is home from his
visit to his old home in Syria, lie
says matters are slowly becoming bet better
ter better over there, and he hones some day
to go over again to spend the sum summer.
mer. summer. At present, however, he is glad
to return home.
MISTAKEN
Those three good old scouts, M. L.
Payne, S. J. McCully ahd Buford
Leitner were in to see us this after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, but because we were busy they
thought we were mad, and didn't stay
long.
FRANCS WANTS TO U R I STB.
Information comes from Franc
which Involves one of the bed
of proofs that the war Is over. Franc
wants tourists. French regulation!
now permit American automobilisti
who bring their machines to Francs
to travel all over the country on the
payment of an additional fee of 20
francs. These regulations are new,
and are Intended to provide special
facilities for Americans who want to
tour Prance. And think of the result
they are likely to produce! Where
there was one American 20 years ago
with the resources for foreign travel,
there are ten today. And those who
could travel today are many times the
spenders they were then. Moveover,
thousands of Americans who theq
didn't care a fig for France, and have,
little real regard for the country
now,
wfU have a curiosity, morbid or other
wise, to visit and gape at the scenes
of the battles of the great war, says
Hartford Times. All in all, the pros
pects are good for the tourist crop and
the tourist yield In France.
It la noticed that many auto accS
dents are ascribed by the chauffeurs
to the fact that the machine got be beyond
yond beyond their control. This 'may be
a good excuse sometimes, but, as a
rale, K Is a poor one, and the public
la getting tired of it, for behind the
excuse la the fact that the chauffeur
was violating the speed law. There
would not be much chance of the
chauffeur's losing control of his ma machine
chine machine If he were running It according
to law. Most of the accidents come
from a disregard of the law. Many
chauffeurs, when they get Into a car,
think they are a law unto themselves,
and so drive their machines through
all sorts of gaits and all sorts of
angles. If autos were driven deliber deliberately
ately deliberately and thoughtfully we wouldn't
hear of so many accidents happening
because they got beyond control. Let
us hope the courts will treat with
great caution this plea that the auto
beroad the control ojLthe driver.

BAND CONCERTS
START TOMORROW

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1920

OCALA EVEIIIIIR STAR
PuhlUbrd livery Day Kxrvpt Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY.,
OCALA, FLORIDA.

It, It. Carroll, President
P. V. LravrogMMl, Seeretary-Treanurer
J. H. llenjamln, Editor

Enteral at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as
second -class matter.

TKI.Kl'HOXES
flu-lne Offie Five-One
Editorial Department Two-Seven
Society Reporter Five-One
MRMI1KH ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Associated Press is exclusively
entitled for the use for republication of
all news dispatches credited to it or
not otherwise cred'ted in this paper and
also the lo:al news published herein.
All rights of republication of special
dispatches herein are also reserved.

quie.t and not make public the secret
archives of the government.
In order to defend himself and the
navy, Secretary Daniels has been
guilty of what might be called a
breach of trust such as has rarely
happened in the history of any civiliz civilized
ed civilized nation.
Personal safety, party bitterness nor

WORKMAN WILL GO
TO PENSACOLA

OCALA BOYS, ATTENTION

Ocala people will be interested in

the following from the Pensacola
News:

Prof. J. A. Workman, who today

completes a very successful term as

r rlr r ro 1 et tlt Miomi Vi l rrVi c V r 1

nothing else can justify divulging hag engaged come tQ Pensa.

cola and take charge of the high

DOMESTIC SUHSCItlPTIO HATES
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fclx months, in advance 3.00
Three months, in advance 1.50
One month, in advance 60

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SUMMED UP BY A

NON-PARTISAN SHEET

such secret orders as Mr. Wilson

gave, when these orders involved a
criticism of Great Britain and its
nrivy. These criticisms necessarily

will rankle in the heart of every Eng

lishman for years to come, and very

justly so. Mr. Wilson made a mis mistake
take mistake in ever sending such criticism of

the British navy through Admiral
Sims, but if Admiral Sims were

guilty of all the misdeeds charged

school. He is a man of wide experi experience,
ence, experience, and was selected by the Escam Escambia
bia Escambia county board of public instruction
after a number of applications had

been received and carefully consider

ed. The good work which he has done

in Miami, the Magic City of South
Florida, leads the local county school
board to the belief that like wonders
will be performed here, and it is un-

nAirinr Ui wi Kit W as at a ir I lomalo ri c 1

a.Ka , Vr .7 derstood that he comes to Pensacola

sncrtcom ngs wouia oe meritorious as & contract for seyeral

and that several teachers will come
along with him. Prof. Workman has

been at Miami for the past six years
as supervising principal. He was
born in Tennessee, and has an L. 1.
degree from the Peabody Institute.

compared with the mischievous blun

der which Secretary Daniels has committed.

It is not possible for any English Englishman,
man, Englishman, admiring his navy, as every
Englishman does, to think of this

an

The Manufacturers Record says:

It is difficult to conceive of any great greater
er greater calamity which could befall 'the

world than the creation of a spirit of

bitterness and secret enmity between
Gieat Britain and the United States.

Upon these two countries and their
close friendship rests the future of
all civilization. It is in their power,

if in close harmony, to carry forward
the work of civilization; but if they
were at secret enmity, with constant
misunderstanding and bitterness, the
civilization of the whole world would
hang in the balance. These two great
nations, speaking the same language,
more nearly representing the same
thought in government, in religion, in

industry and commerce than any
other two nations on earth, should
forever live in such close friendship
as would prevent under any condi conditions,
tions, conditions, the development of a spirit of
bitterness. In saying this we do not
for a moment suggest that these na nations
tions nations should not be friendly and ag aggressive
gressive aggressive rivals in trade or that either
of them should blindly follow the
other.
The things which have been said in
Washington lately and the most un unwise
wise unwise testimony given by Secretary
Daniels, merely for the purpose of dis discrediting
crediting discrediting Admiral Sims, endanger the
friendship of America and Great
Britain and in that way endanger the
world's safety.
If President Wilson, in the turmoil
of the hour, undertook to suggest how
the British navy, behind which we had
hid for two years, should be run, it
was an unpardonable blunder in Sec

retary Daniels to divulge the criti

cism now. We cannot believe that

Mr. Wilson could be responsible for

Secretary Daniels'- unpardonable mis mistake
take mistake in bringing out secret telegrams

and instructions issued by Mr. Wil

son. It is not always the part of wis

do mto divulge statements which, un under
der under stress of circumstances, have been
made of friends or even members of

the same family. Some things are
better left covered up rather than ex exposed
posed exposed to the public gaze, even though
in exposing them some indiscreet man
or woman may find a peculiar satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction in stirring up hatred.
If all Secretary Daniels said against
Admiral Sims were true, even if he
had been guilty of more than Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Daniels claims, it would have
been the part of common sense and
wisdom and of religion itself to keep

CIllJClSIIl WHIIUUl 11 U1I3U URIl I XTU,11 1 A TJ T U

thought to the effect that he would University of Nashville. He was prin prin-ralher
ralher prin-ralher like to see a test of the power dpal of the Qcala 9chools for

ui uie navy K. .c eleven Q from 19Q4 t m5

encan navy. rae wm smuiuci me

thought, he will kill it, and yet again ARR1VAL AND DEPARTURE

nnr ocrain ir win nnsp nnn n win i

OF TRAINS IN OCALA

jcci uiak uiti T t uuii auu ucvtcii j

English navy to show whether or not Seaboard Air Line

it lias the courage and abilitv of the Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:09 a.m.

i-onxin noxrtr Tiaf vrv -faff ia nnA I Leave for Tampa 2:10 a.m.

. ix -l j I Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30 p.m.

it behooves every lover of humanity, Arrive Inm JnVaoTiville. 4i24n.m

every lover of America, to do all in Leave for Tamoa 4:25 d. m.

hi3 power to overcome this evil seed I Arrive from Tampa 2:14 a.m.

which the devil has sown and to create I Leave for Jacksonville. ... 2:15 a. m.

a spirit of friendship between these I Arrive from Tampa.. 1:35p.m.

two great nations which will for the "ye jacKsonvme i:oop.m.
centuries to come enable them work ft SrJjlV' ' V.ni''

n J hit niln 4-Mr rk M T t fk AWW AM AY All I

hnmnnitv and in holnin to rehuild Atlantic Oafit Line

- I Arrive from Jacksonville. 3:14 a. m.

Ull vile luuia rt i an. o i. -c w i . r 4
;i- 4.1 , Q Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:15a.m.
civilization than the world has ever A frnm rnrVfinnviul s.3in.m.

knOWn. l ,oavo Of Potorohnrw n m

Arrive from Jacksonville. .10:12 p. m.

Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p. m.

Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:11a. m.
T T i : i n.m

Says the Toronto Mail and Empire: SJ Vitl'Z'

It is difficult to believe that Irish Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:45 J. m.
patriots are responsible for the reign I Arrive from Leesburg 6:41a.m.

If You Want a Swim in Silver Springs
Tomorrow Afternoon

The Ocala Rotary Club wants to
assist Ocala boys to make the best
possible use of beautiful Silver
Springs this summer. All boys hav having
ing having no way to get out to the springs
are invited to meet at the Masonic
temple on Oklawaha avenue Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Cars will
be there to take them out to the
springs and bring them back after a
good swim. Swimming is one of the
finest sports in the world and it is

hoped that all boys wishing to make
this trip will be on hand promptly at I

3 o'clock. All Rotarians are busy
men and while anxious to assist the
boys they cannot afford to sit and
wait for them. Frank T. Wilson,
Chmn. Bov's Work Committee.

A CLEAR SKIN
Women do net hv? to patronise
the beauty parlor for if their skin
is tUsfiured with pLmr!3 and

blotches,
and thsxr
bleed iz in

dis order

thoychould

obtain at

u ilS a fee a

1 V tJW .a Lr

A TWICE-TOLD TALE

One of Interest to Our Readers
Good news bears repeating, and
when it is confirmed aftar a long
lapse of time, even if we hesitated to
believe it at first hearing, we feel se secure
cure secure in accepting its truth now. The

' following experience of an Ocala man

; i confirmed after five years,
i Chas. C. I rench, carpvnter, 103 N.
Sanchez St., says: "I had been hav hav-t
t hav-t ing attacks of backache and kidney
trouble for some time. I felt miser-

JUthe dmg j able and run down, but just as soon
iri 4Vo ias I began using Doan's Kidney Pills
ju store inax u t relief x have rclied u this

wona8riui

ATTENTION, BAPTISTS

Sunday school picnic at Silver
Springs, Thursday, June 10th. All
Baptists and friends of congregation
invited. Bring well filled baskets.
Meet at Baptist church at 9:30 g.. raw-here
all who will held with cars are
asked to also report.

TOOLS OF THE TEUTON

FAIRFIELD

Fairfield, June 8. Miss Elie Hugh

Milling of Bradentown is visiting rel relatives
atives relatives here.
There will be preaching at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church Sunday, morning and eve evening
ning evening by Rev. Rush of Oklawaha. Eve Everybody
rybody Everybody invited.
Miss Abbie Stokes of Gaiter visit?d
Mrs. K. E. Ausley last week.
The political picnic at this place
was well attended and everyone seem seemed
ed seemed to enjoy the day very much.
Some of our people attended the
play at the Temple Friday night, also
the commencement exercises Monday.
CALVARY

X - I A- M. UU1 UCCO&SUX j.... U. IX C. U.
of terror that has been established in Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42a.m.

many parts of Ireland. Sinn: Feiners I Arrive, from Homosassa. . 1.25 p.m.
are the hands that strike down Irish fLeave for Homosassa 3:25 p.m.

policemen and British soldiers, hut ATJ1 "om Uaraesville,

the brain that directs the attack is
probably a German one. Sinn Femora I except Sunday ...!... . 4:

wer the tools oi Germany tnrougn me I Leave for Lakeland. Tues-

wai, and no evidence has been sup-l day, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a. m.
nlied to indicate that the Irish or-Ar. from Lakeland. Tues-

ganization has severed is intimate re-1 day, Thursday, Saturday 11 :03 p. m.

lationship with those German forces aye ior vncox Monday,

aa-.h-.ua xnr.u a- fk jfn,. vreuxicsutty ,au rnaay.. aua.m

r I Arrive from Wilcox. Mon-

tiuit ui uiC uiiuaii y f, day. "Wednesday. Friday. 6:45p.m.

me reiauonsnip mainuiuieu iii mc

United States with German-Ameri

cans and Irish-Americans vying with

each other to force the Irish question
to the front, in the presidential elec election.
tion. election. We see -American candidates

pandering to Irish-American andl Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at

German-American sentiment. If ever K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec-
At 1? A t A A 1 ..111 -

mere was a aivorce graniea 10 xnis in-1 0nd and iourth Friday. Visiting sov-

assorted hyphenated union there has ereigns are always welcome.

OCALA, FRATERHAL ORDERS
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Calvary, June 7. Mr. J. W. Mor Morrison
rison Morrison and son, M. J. Morrison, Mr.
Randolph Morrison and Mr. George
Buhl, son, Bert Buhl and Mr. Tildeit
Gillis went to the river fishing and
caught quite a nice lot of fish Fri Friday
day Friday evening and Saturday morning.
Mrs. L. L. Home was in town Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Mr .and Mrs. M. J. Morrison were
business visitors to Ocala Saturday.

Mrs. D. A. Fort and two little girls,
Elizabeth and Helen, went to see the
former's sisters. Misses Lottie, Dollie
and Jessie Morrison and Mrs. A. O.
Smith Saturday evening and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morrison went
to Ocala Sunday evening.
MclNTOSH NOT SOLD
FOR EIGHTY CENTS

blood tonic
and altera alterative
tive alterative of Dr.
P i e r c e 'a

Vi II I C II ilU
rjT'tf placed be-'jP-'fore
the

public over fifty years ago.
Macon, Ga. "I mlcht say I
raised my family on Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. It is
the best medicine I have known icr
coughs. I always gave it to my
children, and it not only helped the
cough but gave them strength, sir.d
whenever any of the rest of the
family had a bad cough I would
give them 'Golden Medical Discov Discovery
ery Discovery too. I had the influenza, and
it left me with a bad cough and
otherwise run-down. I took a
couple of bottles of Golden Med Medical
ical Medical Discovery' and it rid me of the
cough and built me up in health.
Golden Medical Discovery is th5
best medicine I have ever used in
my family to purify the blood anil
to drive out impurities from the sys system."
tem." system." Mrs. J. W. Mercer, No.
2140 Second Street.

got reiiei. l nave relied upon

medicine ever since and have recom recommended
mended recommended it to others complaining of
their kidneys." (Statement given
June 30, 1914.)
On April 10, 1918, Mr. French said:
"I haven't had any symptoms c f kid kidney
ney kidney trouble for a long time. Doans
Kidney Pills cured me and I have en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed fine health ever since. I gladly
renew the statement I made in 1914."
Price G0c at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. French had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs.. Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. G4

REWARD

Five dollars reward will be paid for
information as to the whereabouts of
William Stevens, colored, who ran
away from home on Tuesday, June 1.
Discription Twelve years old, light
color, four feet 7 (or 8) inches tall.
When he left home was wearing blue
overalls, black hat and dull looking
white shirt. Was barefooted. Ad Address
dress Address John Stevens (C),
2t Box 50, R. F. D., Williston, Fla.

J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

been no public announcement of the
fact. We have De Valera's expressed

regret that Great Britain was not de
stroyed in the war, the statement be

ing made to an American audience

which forgot, apparently, that if I Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions

Britain had beei destroyed the United I held every Monday evening at 7:30

btates could not have survived. I o'clock at the Castle Hallv over the G

h ranee believes that Germany is I C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial

already laying her plans for another! welcome to visiting brothers.

MICKIE SAYS

CttXm EC T4 UiOX AD

rtW oViv)vw. uoujovj br&q -.

AO OK &CUO&

El

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war in which France shall play the

role of victim. Even with Germany

partly disarmed as she is, it would be
possible for her to raise another
huge army with which one more to

invade France. That dream will re

main a dream so long as France can

Wj M. Parker, C. C.

Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second

depend upon the assistance of Great land fourth Thursday evenings of each

Britain. But if Germany should be I month at 8 o'clock.

able to embroil the United States
and Great Britain over Ireland, Brit

ain's hands would be tied and

France would have to fight without

her help. Germany's strategy, ob

viously is to estrange Britain and the

United States. The simplest

Mrs.' Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs; Susan Cook, Secretary.

OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent

and I and Protective Order of Elks, meets

most immediate way to do it is thru I the second and four Tuesday eve-

the Irish question. Does not this I mngs of each month. Visiting breth-

supply Germany with a strong ob-1 ren always welcome. Lodge rooms

ject for helping the Sinn Feiners, for I upstairs over Troxler's and the Book

supplying them with money through I khop, n Mam street.

Mr. Marin L. Payne states that he
wa? misunderstood when speaking of
the sale of the present site of Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh before the war between the
states. Mr. Payne says that none of
his relatives nor himself ever owned
any part of the Mcintosh tract, but
that his grandmother, Mrs. E. D.
Payne rented a portion of the tract
for cotton for eighty cents an acre.
HOUSES MOVED

WTill move houses of any descrip description,
tion, description, short or long distance. Give
description of the house to be moved,

and write to Geo. W. Elbertson,

8-Ct Box 79, Route 1, Morriston, Fla.

American channels and perhaps with
desperate Irish-American gunmen
and other thugs? Sir Edward Carson

said not long ago that a conspiracy

to murder him had been formed in the
United States. Irish Sinn Feiners are

bad enough, but they are not so des

C. Y. Miller, E. R.

E. J. Crook, Secretary.
ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. FM
meets every Tuesday evening in the

peratt as American Sinn Feiners, and ?dd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
'I tl ll fix 4V .MAM

behind them all lurks the plotting ine om ouir omce Duuame at :3U P-

Teuton. I n. a warm welcome always extended

o visiting brothers.
C. W. Moremen. N. fJ.

L. P. Dickie, secretary of the board MARION-DUNN" MASONIC LODCft

of trade and family, took a trip to

Ocala Sunday, driving over the short Marion-Dunn Lode No. 19. F- & A.

. A. il 1 1 I 1 I

ruuw; mrougn AUDumaaie. LiicKie is m., meets on the first and third
back safe and sound and says the trip Thursday evenings of each month at

iias auueu cuusuieraDie quanuues, 7:30 o'clock until further notice.

and qualities, to his large vocabulary- Jake Brown. Secretary.

He advises all against using this

route in reaching Ocala, until the
rains are over and the road is re repaired.
paired. repaired. In one place a detour of about
a half-mide must be made and accord according
ing according to Mr. Dickie, Webster is his
palmiest days would fall when it
came to expressing a coherent, com comprehensive
prehensive comprehensive opinion of this detour. He
was compelled to use the mats from
the floor of his car on the wheels to
pull himself out of the mud. He says
the four-mile detour beyond Plant
City is a well paved road as com compared
pared compared with that one-half-mile detour,
near Auburndale. Tampa Times.
Something to sell? Advertise it.

A. L. Lucas, W. M.

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M.. on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

SEEDS!
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas. cow peas and sorghum
seed. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
Danese Feed & Grocery Co., 636 W.
Forsyth St., Jacksonville. Larro Cow
Feed, Shorts, Beet Pulp, C. S. Meal,
Corn, Peacock Syrup, Rice, G rite, etc.
price list on request. 9th th-sat-tue3

Try PEPINSOL

After Sickness

Amazing Stomach Tome Creates

Strength in Natural, Normal Way
Prompt restoration of strength rift

er any sickness, colds or allied dis

orders, depends upon jour stomach

Invigorate and tone up your stomach

with Pepsinol. Then your strength

will soon be renewed.

After sickness you are usually

weak, haggard, sallow. You have no

appetite. lour digestion is Door,

your liver sluggish, your kidneys con
gested and your blood devitalized.

Pepsinol hastens recovery because

it acts naturally and normally on

your stomach, creates a good appe

tite and strengthens your digestive

organs. In this way it assures thoro

assimilation of all your food.

COW PEAS; COW PEAS
Iron and Clay Peas mixed $6.25;
Whippoorwill $6.25; Whippoorwill
mixed $6; Red Ripper $6.25; Cream

Crowder $6.25 bu. These prices for

2 bu. sacks. Send orders at once to
James L. Dean, Orlando, Fla 27-1 2

PEAS. PEAS, PEAS
Whippoorwill $6.25 bu.; Whippoor

will mixed $6; Iron and Clay; mixed
$6.25 bu.; Red Ripper $6.25; Cream

Crowder $6.50. Send orders at once

to James L. Dean, Orlando, Fla. These
prices for 2 bushel sacks and up

ward. 27-12t

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 city.

Wm. A. Tinsman

Contractor
Brick and Plastering
Tile and Marble Flooring
Specialties
215 Fifth St. Phone 526

FOR SALE
One Mare, One Cow and Calf,
Two Heifers.
Rose V. Falana, Admx.
Ocala, Florida

NOTICE

Owing to the high cost of labor nd
supplies that we have to use in the
manufacture of ice, beginning June
4th, 1920, we have advanced our
price as follows:
Wholesale, delivered for coupons
only, 45c. per 100 lbs.
Retail, delivered, for cash or coa coa-pons,
pons, coa-pons, COc. per 100 lbs.
Sacker, 100 lb. sacks, Gfc. per 100
lbs.
Sacker, 200 lb. sacks, $1.25 per 2C0
lbs.
Platform, delivered, cash or cou coupons,
pons, coupons, COc. per 10 Olbs.""
Ocala Ice & Packing Company,
4-3t Taylor Brothers.

J. J. GERIG

Veronica Spring Water
BOTTLES, G0c; Case of 12 Bottles, $6.50
As a SpringTonte and Blood Puritier and to
Cool the Blood tor the Summer It
Has No Equal
IT WILL REMOVE THE CAUSE OF CHRONIC CONSTIPATION,
STOMACH AND LIVER TROUBLES
West Palm Beach, March 6, 1920.
Jaundice Six years ago Hon. Joe L. Earman, now president of
State Board of Health of Florida, recommended the use of Veronica
Water for jaundice, and it cured me. Send me another case as a spring
tonic, blood purifier and liver regulator. GEO. O. BUTLER,
Clerk Circuit and County Court, Palm Beach County.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 23. 1920.
As a minister of the gospel, I have always had a feeling that men
of my calling should not allow their name to be associated with ad advertising,
vertising, advertising, but when a thing is so good, and one knows that it is from
experience, he should say so for the benefit of suffering humanity.
Having used "Veronica Water," I do not hesitate to say that, in my
opinion, it is the best natural medicinal spring water in the world for
removing the poisonous toxins that cause rheumatism, renal calculi,
stomach, liver and kidney troubles that arise from lack of jroper
elimination. W. A. HOBSON,
Pastor First Baptist Church, Jacksonville, Fla.
HONEST PROPOSITION
We give results the first day and you pay after. While our rep representative
resentative representative is in town we will send any responsible party a case of the
water, which they can use ten days (about three bottles) and if not
as represented, it can be returned and there will be no charge for the
watr used.
YOU CAN HAVE A CASE ON TRIAL IF YOU LEAVE YOUR
NAME AND ADDRESS WIXJI
Anti-Monopoly Drug Co., j. e. parrisii, prop.
Phone 123 Ocala, Florida
THE VERONICA MEDICAL SPRINGS WATER COMPANY,
Write for Circular
Santa Barbara, California.

Ocala Autto and (Garage Company
(Successors to Gates Garage)
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
Let us prove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hundred
red hundred dollars more than any car, selling at the price.
$2,225.00 Delivered! M Ocala

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I

OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1920

Sec Me
For All Classes Ot

: Stone, Brick, Wood,

and Concrete
Building

j. D. McCasIull

J Contractor
I Phone 446. 728 Wenona St.

Rebuilding

OldSftqM

'2

YOU CAN SAVE
Many Dollars
On your shoe bills by having us re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoos. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. MAZON & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
Drug Store
ain't A I am attending the op-

tometric association tins

. . m

. week in the interest of

p Sec & your eyes, so that I can
.wx give yc the benefit of

up-to-the-minute service and knowl knowledge.
edge. knowledge. DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesiglit Specialist

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items,
phone five-one.
Mr. James Taylor is in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville for a few days.

Judge J. C. B. Koonce of Bushnell

in in town for a few days.
Mr. Paul Simmons is a business
visitor in Jacksonville.

the chairs left out on the porch and
two or three -windows have bees
broken. There may be some vigorous
action taken by the Masons if the
depredations do not cease.

Miss Donnie Proctor is in Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Ky., attending summer school.
Don't forget the DANCE tonight

over the Commercial Bank. Ja.z

music. It

Mr. Taylor Stroman is in the city
on a visit after tome years absence in
thv? west. He is now making his home
in Denver, Colo., and is connected
with the express office there. After
hi?, visit is concluded in Ocala he will
go to Valdosta to visit relatives be before
fore before returning to his home.

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDKNT AUTOMOBILE

Mrs. H. M. Sherouse and Mrs. Eva
Knight of Reddick were visitors in
the city yesterday.
Mr. George McGahagin was in town
last night and this morning, visiting
his many Ocala friends.
We are proud of the confidence doc

tors, druggists and the public have in
666 Chill and Fever Tonic. tu

Mr. Charles Peyser has returned
home from a short but delightful visit
to Miami with hi? son-in-law and
daughter and granddaughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Simon and Miss Caroline
Peyser. During Mr. Peyser's absence
his store was taken charge of by his
bright granddaughted, Babette Peyser

Messrs. Edward Tucker and Whit Whitfield
field Whitfield Palmer are business visitors in
Jacksonville for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ricth will leave
Sunday afternon for Georgia, to pay
a visit to the former's mother.

Rub-My-Tism is a great pain killer,
lit relieves pain and soreness caused by
rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains, etc.
Mrs. W. A. Miller and son left yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon for Chautauqua. N.
Y.. where they will spend the summer.

W. K. Lane, M. I)., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear. None and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent Htore,
Ocala. Fla. tf.

On account of the serious illness of
Mr. F. E. Weatherbee, his daughter,
Miss Wenona Wetherbee, has post postponed
poned postponed the entertainment she was to
give this afternoon in honor of Miss
Ethel 'Haycraft. Mr. Weatherbes's
many friends regret to learn of his
illness but trust that he will in a very
short time be entirely well again.

MEMORANDA FOR
EX-SERVICE MEN

Mrs. I. F. Bennett and son, Frank
leave this afternoon for Lake Tox Tox-away,
away, Tox-away, N. C... where they will visit
for a short time Mrs. Bennett's lis lister.
ter. lister. Mrs. George Armstrong of Sa Savannah,
vannah, Savannah, at her attractive summer
camp. At the conclusion of Mrs. Ben Bennett's
nett's Bennett's visit at Lake Toxaway, she and
her son and Mrs. Armstrong and
daughter, Lucy will go to Lake Chau-

tautma for the summer.

Best Quality
HOME MADE BUTTER

HONEY
In Quart Jars

FRESH EGGS

Country
I1AMS AND SHOULDERS

All Guaranteed

Carn-ThomasCo.
Phone 163

666 quickly relieves Constipation,
Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and
Headaches, due to Torpid Liver, la
Mr. William Hocker, who has been
in Philadelphia for some time, is
steadily improving, and will probably
be home soon.
Rexall Toothache Stopper, fifteen
cents the bottle, two for 16 cents at
Gerig's One Cent Sale, June 9th, 10th
and 11th. tf

Onlv one-third actual factory cost.

Government farm wagons; fine for

farm, crosstie and general use: a big

advance in freight rates is coming to
don't delay; warehouse near you; aiso

harness and saddles, rite today.

Government Surplus Goods Co., Jack

sonville, Fla. 8-8t

Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Fridy of
Brooksville have returned home after
a short visit at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Wilson.

L. T. 1ZLAR
GENERAL
INSURANCE
Room 9
Gary Block
Ocala - Florida

PERFECTION

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Asbestos Protected Tires and
Inner Tubes

Grey Red
30x3 $12.50 $2.05 $2.40
30x3 14.50 2.C0 2.00
32x3 Mi 17.00 2.90 3.25
32x4 24.00 3.40 3.80
33x4 25.15 3.55 4.00
34x4 2G.25 3.70 4.25
32x4 32.00 4.30 1.90
33x4 33.00 4.50 5.10
34x4 34.50 4.G5 5.35
35x4 30.75 4.75 5J0

Mr. Boyd Woodie, a clever young
barber from Louisville, is helping Mr.
Stirling Hooper in his well equipped
tonsorial establishment.

Syrup Hppophosphites Compound,
pint bottles, one dollar per bottle, two
bottles for $1.01 at Gerig's One Cent
Sale June 9th, 10th and 11th. tf

Mrs. P. V. Leaveneood returned

home yesterday from .a delightful

ten-days visit to Tampa, the guest

of her sister, Mrs. Henry bchoettin.

666 has more imitations than any

other Chill and Fever Tonic on the

market, but no one wants imitations

in medicine. They are dangerous. iu

Mrs. Jesse Wilson Johnson of

Trenton, is a visitor in the city until

Saturday, at the home of her brother,

Mi. Max Wilson on Fort King ave
nue.

Mrs. H. A.. Meadows, Mrs. Baskin

and Miss Julia Meadows are visitors

to the city spending the day with

Mrs. Max Wilson and sister-in-law,

Mrs. Johnson of Trenton.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothine & Shoe Company. Every

thine we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Master Robert and little Miss

Nancy Camp returned yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from Jacksonville, where they

were guests for several days of their

cousins, Martin and Mary Kacnae

Roess.

666 has proven it will cure malaria,
chills and fever, bilious fever, colds
and lagrippe. It kills the germs that
the fever. Fine tonic. tu

All the children of Grace church

are invited to the party tomorrow,

Thursday, at 3 p. m., at the rectory.
It's the rector's first birthday in

Ocala.
Mr. W. A. Sessoms, our energetic
county agent, asks the Star to tell the
people that he will have to be absent
from the county on urgent private
business until July 1, at which time
he will return to his duties here.

Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Richardson have
as their guests their son, Mr. J. P.

Richardson of Tampa, their grand granddaughter.
daughter. granddaughter. Miss Eloise Bouvier of

Jacksonville and their grandson, Mr.

Carlton Price of West Palm Beach.

The one-cent sale at Gerig's Drug

Store is attracting a great deal of at

tention, and there are wonderful bar

gains in store for those for visit the

sale. Mr. Gerig has a long head, for

as a further fascination he has assist

ing him a bevy of charming young

adies, who are Misses Mabel Meffert,

Sarah Dehon, Christine Close, Eloise
Ilcnrv and Rhoda Thomas, and when

the Star reporter was around they

noticed that these young ladies were
selling articles in regular wholesale
style to a few of our young men, so

the older folks had better hurry if
they desire to take advantage of one

of the biggest bargain events ever

held in Ocala.

CLOSING OUT SALE

Ladies, here is vour chance to pur

chase one of the loveliest and most
attractive dresses you could wish to
wear, Georgette in the newest styles.
Splendid assortment of colors. Come
early and make your selection. Priced
az $19.98. B. Goldman. "Why Pay

More-.'- y-4t

The revival of the industry of glass
and china in England opens up the
subject of an old-time practice of com commemorating
memorating commemorating a great event or a well well-known
known well-known character in porcelain figures.
In the Iloyal Porcelain works at Wor Worcester
cester Worcester many of these productions are
preserved. Wilkes and Liberty was
a popular ornament, and Wesley in
several forms Is still to be met with In
nearly every old curiosity shop. Why
cannot the present age rejoice In china
portraits of its great men? The very
idea suggests the most appalling pro productions
ductions productions seen on country market stalls
and cottage mantel-pieces. But It
need not, if only those whom it con concerns
cerns concerns would cater for good taste, and
so produce it.

Information of Value to AU Who Will
Attend the Reunion at Tampa
June 21-22
The following memoranda relative
to the convention of the American

Legion in Tampa, have been received;

by the Marion county post:
To All Posts, American Legion. De Department
partment Department of Florida:
WThile the reunion in Tampa June
21-22 is primarily the annual conven convention
tion convention of the department of Florida,
American Legion, it is proposed to
make it the occasion of a reunion of
the Florida men who participated in
the late world war.
In carrying out this idea of a re reunion
union reunion it is proposed to designate cer certain
tain certain hotels and other places centrally
located in the city of Tampa as head headquarters
quarters headquarters of the different divisions to
which the Florida men were assigned
for training although a greater por portion
tion portion were afterwards transferred to
other units. It would be impossible to
designate headquarters for all the
units in which they served either in
this country in France, and for
that reason there will only be head

quarters for the following:

Thirty-first Division: Hillsboro ho

tel, Morris Givens in charge.

Eighty-first Division: Bayview ho

tel, Wm. H. Jackson in charge.

Eighty-second Division: Deboto ho

tel, Wm. B. Hammond in charge.

Navy: Y. M. C. A., Bernie Bro-

cliardt in charge.

Upon arrival in Tampa eyery man

should report immediately to the re

union headquarters at the city hall.

where information will be secured as
to the location of all headquarters.

It is hoped that every man will if

possible take advantage of this op

portunity to again meet his comrades
and be in Tampa on June 21 and 22.

Byrd Sparkman,
Chairman Convention Committee.
The question of wearing: a uniform

to the first annual state reunion of the

American Legion in Tampa June 1
and 22 is entirely optional with each
individual ex-service man who at attends.
tends. attends. There will no doubt be many
men here in uniform and quite a few

will come in civilian clothes." No mat matter
ter matter what the men wear they will find

many others dressed the same way.

While we would like to see as many

of the men here in uniform as pos

sible as it will give more of a mili

tary aspect to the reunion, we realize
that a good many of the men do not
like to put on their uniform for var

ious reasons. For that reason we
have made the wearing of them op optional.
tional. optional. Come to the reunion whether
you wear a uniform or civilian
clothes and we assure you that you
will have just as good a time dressed

one way or the other. We would
suggest that the men who do not care
about coming in their uniforms bring
the uniforms along in suitcases, be because
cause because they may decide to put them on
after they get here.
Re-Union Committee.
In order to make adequate arrange

ments for the entertainment of the
first annual reunion of the American
Legion, it is necessary for us to know
about how many ex-sefvice men will
be here. We would appreciate it if
you would let us know as early ss
possible after the receipt of this how

many men you estimate will come to
the reunion from your locality. We
would like for you to give us this in information
formation information within the next day or two
onrl aeeiiro vnn flint: vnnr rnjmpratwn

j i
will be highly appreciated. Address

communication to U. S. S. Tampa
Post, P. O. Box 1601, Tampa, Fla.
Re-Union Committee.

Universal military training seems to
be a live wire which the legislators are
afraid to handle. Anything savoring
of militarism has little popular charm
these days, says Baltimore American.
Memories of training camps and va vacant
cant vacant homes must become less sharp sharpened
ened sharpened before such measures appeal to
the mass of the people.

The above Tires and Tubes are
Guaranteed "FIRSTS" NON-SKID
driving tread and are adjusted upon a
0000-mile basis. Orders of four or
more Tires are shipped express pre prepaid
paid prepaid and are subject to inspection.
Robt. F. Ilcwett & Co.
P. 0. Box 796
JacksonvilleFlorida

Some of the ex-klnge of Europe
are cherishing hopes of coming back.
So far from such hopes being realized,
It Is evident from the impetus given
to democracy by the war that those
remaining on thrones after the great
cataclysm is over, will have to exert
all their efforts to holding on.

CLOSING OUT SALE

I am offering to the trade twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five Georgette dresses at $19.98. The
cream of values. Daintily fashioned.
Colors for the most particular. Make
your selection earl yas you cannot af afford
ford afford to pass up this opportunity. B.
Goldman. 9-4t

25 GEORGETTE DRESSES
IN THE CLOSING OUT SALE

Brand new stock, latest and most
up to date styles, dainty colors, plain
and combination, beaded in the latest
way. While they last only $19.98. B.
Goldman. 9-4t

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

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
Some of the people living in the
vicinity of the Masonic hall should
curb the exuberance of their children,
whe play all over the piazzas of the
hall, and use its grounds as a short

cut between two streets. Some of
them have smeared white paint on

A medieval painting of the "ugliest
woman," Margaret, duchess of Carln Carln-thla
thla Carln-thla and Tyrol, has sold for $4,415.
.The question now arises, if a paint painting
ing painting of the ugliest woman has brought
that amount, what price ought a paint painting
ing painting of the most beautiful woman command?

We are Informed that the ladles this
season will wear tight-fitting turbans
with queues depending from them,
somewhat after the fashion of the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese laundryman of the late eighties,
but we don't know what anyone can
do about it, except feel sorry.

Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:35 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pm
St. Petersburg
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. B.
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm JacksonvilleNYork 3:15 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
3:18 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm StJetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
IrZ.t am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm

3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
-Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

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drops of GOODNIGHT The Pleasant Mosquito Lotion. I
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Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell i guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUUTY not prices-

Red Cedar Compound 25 cents tne
package, two for '2G cents, on June 9,
10 and 11th at Gerig's One Cent
Sale. tf

SEEDS!
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
Rub-My-Tism is a powerful antisep antiseptic;
tic; antiseptic; it kills the poison caused from in infected
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1920

Oxford university's new statue toi
the matriculating and the granting of
degrees to women will en-courajre the;
Blue Stocking trade. No commercial
experiment Is being neglected by Great
Britain.

If it I true that Great Britain has
a tremendous over-production of men's
clothing, let us cheer up. We can
fave quite a sum by taking a run
across the w ater to buy our summer
suit
The disclosure that a billion more
pounds of sugar, or three times that
shipped to Europe, in 1918, left our
shores last year rnuy explain why it
was so scarce at home. Also Euro European
pean European price were much higher.
This country spends !?0f Kj.OfJO.OOO a
year on music, and when a person
talks about selling things for a song,
nowadays, he doesn't exactly mean
giving it away.
One sees by the papers that Con Constantinople
stantinople Constantinople is goinc to have a sewei
system, so It must be that the Turks
are going to move out, after all.
It begins to look as though Pader Pader-ewski
ewski Pader-ewski might beat D'Annunzio to th
American pocketbook.
For Particular
Motorists
The more you know
about tires, the more
you'll appreciate Bruns Bruns-wicks.
wicks. Bruns-wicks. For they are
built to the highest
standards perfectly
balanced at every point.
In addition, they are
, backed by the reputa reputation
tion reputation of the House of
Brunswick -75 years
in the making.
or
Yes, Brunswick Tires
will cost you a little
more at first. But
you'll find them the
most economical from
the standpoint of mile mileage
age mileage and service.
You can do no better
than select Brunswicks.
We doubt if you can
do as well.
Local Distributors

mm

BLALOCK BROTHERS
VULCANIZING
Phone 178
Cor. Ocklawaha Ave. and Main
Ocala, Fla.

When the history of the world war
is written, not the least proud part of
it for this country will be the relief
it sent its stricken and hungry foes,
and its saving of the child-life in ene enemy
my enemy nations.

Spain Is one of the backward lands
where baseball has never penetrated.
Some one threw a bomb at a train
carrying the governor of Barcelona
and missed it An American boy eight
years old would do better than that.
Steam and electricty are replacing
the windmills of Holland, says a news
story. And soon, no doubt, sawmills
will take the ex-kaiser's place, and
then Holland will lose all its plc plc-turesqueness.
turesqueness. plc-turesqueness. Teachers in Russia get 10,000 rou roubles
bles roubles a month, Lenlne money. A Le Le-nine
nine Le-nine rouble is one of those things be belonging
longing belonging in the paradoxical category of
nothing minus.
Before we covet the 3,000,000 kron kronen
en kronen salary of Hungary's new regent we
would like to knaftv how much It means
in dollars.
In Colombia prime beef Is retailing
for 14 cents a pound, but as a free and
enlightened people we are at liberty
to surmise thai it Is tough.

DOING OUR BEST.
It Is the duty of every one to do
the best he knows how and honestly
for himself. But 4 men have different
talents, some more diversified tlmn
others. But the man who has but
one, and Improves it, deserves as
much credit for what he has and what
he does, be It much or be it less, if
done the best he knows. How many are
there of us who can really aud truth truthfully
fully truthfully say we have made the must of
that which is within us? The laborer
la worthy of his hire, says Knoxville
Journal and Tribune. What shall be
said of the employer who fails to pay
his employee what his labor is worth?
Isn't he a robber. Isn't he taking some
of that which belongs to another?
How about the obverse; Isn't there
one? How about the employee who
demands more than his employer is
able to pay without loss to himself?
The time is here, as must be seen,
for Americans to meet and reason to together.
gether. together. Reason may accomplish some something
thing something stable, and stability is what is
.wanted. That Is something to be
reached through reason ; It rarely hap happens
pens happens that anything good Is accom accomplished
plished accomplished by force. Nothing is accom accomplished
plished accomplished that Is good that will remain
accomplished that has been brought
about by any other force than that of
law. Without Just and impartial laws
there can be no order.

The man In the pew is no longer
content to let the man In the pulpit do
It all. He Is beginning to feel his re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility and to welcome a share of
the burden. The result Is seen in a new
jsplrlt of enterprise and progress.
Practical business principles are being
applied to numerous problems which
formerly were so perplexing. The
modern doctrine of "efficiency" is be being
ing being practiced as well as preached in
promoting the work of the church, says
Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegraph. These
laymen of distinguished ability are
giving more than their money; they
are contributing counsel and practical
effort of a high order and providing
;n aggressive leadership which long
has been needed, And their warmest
'welcome to their new field of endeavor
comes from the clergymen, who right rightly
ly rightly regard them not as rivals but as co co-laborers,
laborers, co-laborers, having their distinctive part
to perform.
The meanest man has been discov discovered
ered discovered In Virginia. He has been send sending
ing sending word to relatives of American
dead in Europe that these soldiers are
not dead, but need money to return
home, and was gathering in a fund
when his fraud was detected. The
baseness and cruelty of such a fraud
deserves more punishment than the
law will allot to it. Those who prey
upon the love and anxiety of rela relatives
tives relatives and friends and raise false hopes
to realize upon them are little less
than human hyenas.
Helen Keller, the girl who, born
deal, dumb and blind, has made more
of a distinguished success in life than
many with all their normal faculties,
Is making a public tour just as the
question Is uppermost of enabling men
crippled by the war to come back.
The example of this woman, who
struggled through well-nigh Insuper Insuperable
able Insuperable obstacles to success, ought to be
a stimulation to any of them tempted
to despair.
Retailers are confronted with a re refusal
fusal refusal at the public to pay high prices
for clothes, while manufacturers con continue
tinue continue to advance prices. At the same
time British garments are coming Into
the market at lower cost than the
American product. The squeal of the
producer presently will reveal what
kind of an animal he Is.
The right of women to preach In
the Church of England has again been
denied. Women still retain their
rights to attend services, sing In the
choir, get up entertainments, pay off
the debt on the organ and settle the
preacher's salary
The model pxisen established by
United States marines In Haiti has
been found so attractive that the na
tlvee are breaking In. Under modern
penology, a convict's lot Is a very hap
py one.
The demand for small coins has
been greater the past year than at
any previous time. The proud nickel
and the lordly dime have now need
of the humble penny to have anj
purchasing power.
This country may not know the
truth about Russia, but It's beginning
to learn a good many things about the
American propagandist tourists whe
claim to have the one and only line
of proved facts on Russia.
One-third more coffee was Imported
Into the United States In 1919 than in
1918 and it was valued at three times
as much. Coffee is making up for op opportunity
portunity opportunity lost during the war.
Some contention Is likely to arise as
to whether certain Industries are tc
be run for the benefit of the public or
whether the public is to be run for th
bonftAt at the laduitrtes,

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

RATES Six line minimum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month, $3. Payable in ad-
WA XT ED To LEND
client. No brokerage.
$1000 for
a i
D. Niel Fer-8-9t
WANTED To buy, baby crib or
kuldy cooj), oil stove and wood
stove. Must be in good condition
and cheap for cash. Address, "C,"
care Star. 8-3t
LOST Gold brooch, two snake heads
with preen setting. Lost between
Court Pharmacy and Arms House
Monday evening. Mack Carter, ex express
press express office. 8-3t
FOR RENT Furnished apartment,
private bath, to rent for summer
months. No children. Very reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. Call Phone 332. 29-tf
WRITE The Truth Seeker Co., New
York, for sample copy of the Truth
Seeker, a free thought and agnostic
publication. 23-2t
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phone
?146. 2-m
FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell
Second-hand furniture. Experts put
it in good condition before re-seil-ing.
Repair sewing machines, lawn
mowers, enamelware, etc. J. W.
Hunter, 310, 312, 314 S. Main St. tf
USED CARS One 1918 model Dodge
louring; one 1917 Hupmobile; one
1917 Velie. Velie Service Station,
120 S. Magnolia St., phone 117. Ct
TAYLOR THE HAT MAN Beats
the high cost of living. Get your old
hat made like new. Panamas, Leg Leghorns
horns Leghorns and all straws cleaned and
bleached. Telephone me at the
Florida House. l-12t
APARTMENT WANTED I want a
furnished apartment; have no chil
dren. Address "J. O." care Star
office.
5-tf
FOR SALE Elegant bungalow, elec-
floorsoverlooking lake in beautiful
mountain town of Demorest, Ga.
Piedmont College, mountain breezes,
mineral springs, cheap living. Price
3000. Address, Laura Blackshear,
Athens, Ga. mon-tues-wed-wky
FOR SALE Lots No. 7 and 8 in block
No. 1 being the nort half of the
northeast quarter, section 14, town-
ship 14 south, rane 23 east, Talla-
hassee meridian, Florida; 20 acres
more or less. Dominick Colona, 7l4
Richards St.. Joliet. 111. 5-6t
FOR SALE Piano; also one pianola
player and a bunch of rolls; a bar-
gain price, hee J. rrampton,
1109 E. oth St.. Ocala. Fla. Phone
185 Y. 9-Ct
WANTED TO BUY Gentle Florida
pony suitable for child to ride. Give
description and price. Address Box
in:, Ocala. 9-3t
SEWING MACHINES Run like new
when repaired by an experienced re
pair man. Work guaranteed on all
make sof machine. Hemstitching
and dressmaking by Mrs. Gray di
rect from Paris. Perfect fit guar
anteed. W. Gray, 10G N. Orange St.,
Gates House. 9-3t
CLOSING OUT SALE
jp.i.'JS buys the best bargain in a
Georgette waist that you could wish
at B. Goldman's. "Why Pay More." 4t
TERRELL-TURNER
Miss Marrien Turner and Mr.
Albert Terrell were quietly married
Tuesday morning, June 8th, at the
home of .the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mr?. J. J. Turner of Dunnellon. The
relatives and a few friends were pres
ent. I he bride was dressed in a
brown coat suit which was strikingly
becoming to a decided brunet. Mr.
and Mrs. Terrell left on the eleven
o'clock train for points in the north,
and after June .0th will be at home
to their friends at Dunnellon. Mr.
Terrell is in the employ of the rail
road company. He is a young man of
good appearance and fine business
qualities.
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood and Mr.
W. K. Zewadski were present at the
marriage. Mrs. Terrell is a niece of
3Irs. Hood.
Advertising is almost a sure thing.
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LATEST LOCALS
Temperature this morning, C3; this
aiternoon, S3.
The Belleview Civic League will
give a dance at their pretty clubhouse
Friday evening, anil hope to see their
Ocala friends.

Misser. Rjbv Hacrer and Helen
j Shannon of Uradentown are charm-
inz visitors to the city, guests of Miss
Caroline White.
Mrs. W. A. Miller and son, Bill left
yesterday afternoon for Chicago and
New York, after a pleasant winter
spent in the city at the home of Mrs.
J. W. Davis.
. Miss Monica Branch has returned
to her home in Summerfield after
spending the week-end pleasantly at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ricket-
son.
Miss Clara Ricketson leaves this
afternoon for Wildwood, to act as one
o fthe bridesmaids at the Squires Squires-Taylor
Taylor Squires-Taylor wedding, a brilliant event
which takes place there Thursday
evening in the Methodist church.
Mr. C. W. Effinger, who accompan accompanied
ied accompanied his wife to Ocala a week ago to
attend the graduating exerefses of
the high school, returned to Palm
Beach today. Mrs. Effinger will re remain
main remain with her mother, Mrs. R. G.
Blake for a longer visit.
The Rotarians, at their meeting
yesterday, partook of a fine luncheon
served by the Daughters of the Con Confederacy,
federacy, Confederacy, and after partaking of the
viands devoted half an hour or more
to such pleasant talk as only such
genial souls can originate.
Goldwire, the colored auto driver
who was so badly hurt in the acci accident
dent accident at the Orange avenue crossing,
is at Dr. Hampton's sanitarium, and
tho he has been hurt badly enough to
kill some men, will probably get well.
The colored woman who was killed
in the accident, the wife of a farmer
named J. H. Gary, was buried Sim Sim-day
day Sim-day near her old home at Sparr. The
railroad men do not seem to have
heen to blame for the accident, as
from au the evidence Goldwire did
nnt tnVe nrnnpr nrecaution when an-
proaching the crossing, ?
We understand that Messrs. John
Ta.ylo.r a"? S' Scott av.or a road
patrol. They were on their way to
Lake Weir, the other evening, when
their car balked. John got out to fix
the car and Mr. Scott to stretch his
legs. Just about that time a Lull
walked out of the woods and became
offended with the car. Messrs. Tay
lor and Scott tried to shoo him away,
whereupon he transferred his indig-
nation to them. They had not a single
"weepin"; not even a lightwood knot
was handy. Mr. Scott suggested
crawling under the car, and then
found he couldn t get under it. What
would have become of them, goodness

HUNTER'S AUTO EXCHANGE

YOUR CAR IS JUDGED
often by its top. Don't cover a
costly car with a top unworthy
of it. Our auto tops are made
for cars which demand high high-grade
grade high-grade equipment; top3 that
stand up under the hardest ser service
vice service mder all kinds of condi conditions.
tions. conditions. Our line incluJes all the
staple colors. See this top le le-fore
fore le-fore placing your order.

f OPS New, covered, patched and coated with a patent wax paste
that makes old tops absolutely waterproof.
AINTING Autos painted, striped and finished in the befit of
material.
UPHOLSTERING We are prepared to give you satisfactory ser service
vice service in upholstering backs, seats or cushions.
TIRES, TUBES, GAS and OILS
LET US REPAIR, PAINT AND UPHOLSTER YOUR CAR, SO
YOU CN ENJOY IT YOURSELF OR SELL TO ADVANTAGE.
AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED
J. W. HUNTER
ribsclc SOUTH MAGNOLIA STREET R?lralifl51
UCaia OLD METROPOLITAN THEATER T IU1 IUd

ESSEX STUPEBAKER-
AUTOMOBILES

(So Mmplinys 0C4LA-

only knows, but about then a horsefly
bit the bull, and while the bull was
trying to hook the horsefly, our
heroes set spurs to their car and
escaped.
BIG CLOSING OUT SALE
AT li. GOLDMAN'S

Handsome Georgette waists, the
latest styles, beaded in showy de designs
signs designs in the newest bead work, only
$l!.93. "Why Pay More?" 9-4t
To Do Away With "StecKcrs."
Eliminating the "work Slacker" Is
the new job which the American legion
has taken upon itself, acting In con con-Junction
Junction con-Junction with the war department's
chain of employment bureaus through throughout
out throughout the country. This type of ex-service
man. while not numerous, is occa occasionally
sionally occasionally a serious detriment to the
work of placing ex-soldiers and sailors
in satisfactory jobs. Their attitude of
shlftlessness after getting the place
causes dissatisfaction among employ employers
ers employers who are really trying to help and
uives a black eye to other service men
b t"M need work.
' MAN'S DISCONTENT.
When a man is poor his ambition la
to become" rich. When he becomes
rich he longs to be richer. When, In
the comparatively rare cases, a man
feels that he is now rich enough, he
wants power and reaches out eagerly
for that. When he attains much
power his appetite for more is still In Insatiate
satiate Insatiate and, even If he becomes the
most powerful man of his generation,
he still Is tortured by ambition; hia
passion Is to go down Into history as
the greatest man of his times and, so
strange and contradictory and blind la
human nature, he will do small things
to win that elusive end. No man ex except
cept except the brother of the ox is ever con consented,
sented, consented, and. therefore, no man, with
that one exception. Is ever happy for
ery long at a time. No matter, how
successful a man with any stuff In
him may be, the lure of still -greater
(Successes still beckons him on, to the
'disturbance of his peace of mind and
ithe disquiet of his oul. In other
words, the pursuit ? happiness Is vain,
iso far as ever catching the quarry is
concerned, says ; Ohio State Journal.
We have observed the rich and the
powerful with careful attention as op opportunity
portunity opportunity has offered and always have
found them, if our judgment Is not at
fault, less happy than the average run
of men. This Is doubtless because
their capacity for attainment Is larger
than other men's and their correspond corresponding
ing corresponding capacity for disappointment over
what Is denied them Is proportionate proportionately
ly proportionately still greater.
An Inventor claims an appliance that
makes It impossible for a thief to steal
one's automobile. There have been a
lot of those affairs gotten up, but II
seemed always that when a thlel
didn't steal the automobile, somebody
'se did.

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