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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1920
VOL. 2G, NO. 221
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LEADERS AtHi
THE LflOTE
POLITICAL AFFAIR!
OF THE CITIES
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AMERICAN RIGHTS

A U Z D S EI

ARE AT A

Urban Increa.se of American Towns
Not Any tiling to be Proud
About

Coarse Fare and Hard Work

Put Jack Johnson Back
in Condition

Washington, Sept. 14 Remarkable
growth in population has been shown
by a number of Southern cities in the
last ten years, preliminary statistics
of the bureau of the census show. An-
. nouncement f f 1020 populations have
added four cities to those of the
' 100,000-class in the South making a
. total of ten, while seven cities have
advanced into the class with 25,000
"fy or more population, making -total of
f 25 in that class. In "alL the South
has 45 cities with 25,000 or more
population.
The, cities which advanced into the
100,000-class are San Antonio, Dal Dallas,
las, Dallas, Houston and Norfolk. Of all the
cities in this class Houston showed
the largest rate of growth. 75.2 pei
cent. Dallas was second with 72.6
per cent; Norfolk third with 71.6 per
cent, and San Antonio fourth with
67.0 per cent. Nashville showed the
smallest rate of growth. 7.2 per cent.

In point of number Dallas had the

largest growth, the increase in ten
years having been 66,872. San An Antonio
tonio Antonio was second with 64,765, Hous Houston
ton Houston third with 59,276 and Norfolk
fourth with 48,325. New Orleans,
the South 's largest city, .- showed a
numerical incerase of 48,144 which
was fifth largest and a rate of
growth of 14.2 per cent.
Of the cities of the 25,000 to 100,-000-ckss
Miami, Fla,, showed the
highest rate of growth, its percent percentage
age percentage having 'been 440.1, while Wichita
Falls, Texas, ranks second with 388.8
per cent and Tulsa. Okla., third with
296.4 per cent. Tulsa advanced from
50th city of the Scuth to 16th, Wich-
ita Falls from 113th to 82nd, and
Miami from 175th to 43rd. Other
. cities of this class which have more
than doubled their population in the
ten years are Knoxville with 114-1
per cent and Winston-Salem with
113-2 per cent. : :
It is not possible to give the 1920
rank of all Southern cities of 10,000
or more population as the population

of several has not been announced.
The following list shows the .1920
rank of cities of 25,000 or more

which is not likely to be : changed by

the population of cities yet to be an

nounced. The remainder of the list
shows the relative position of the

cities having less than 25,000 popula

tion. Their 1910 rank will; show how

they have grown' in the ten years in

comparison with other cities.

The list follows:

1920 Name of 1920 Popu-
Tiank City Rank lation
1. New Orleans 1st 387,219
2. Atlanta . 2nd 200,616
3. Birmingham ... . 3rd 178,270

4. Richmond ; 5th 171,667

5. Memphis . . . 4th 162,351
6. San Antonio ; 7th 161,308

7. Dallas '.. 8th 157,976
8. Houston ....... 9th 138,076

O 9. Nashville 6th 118,342
10. Norfolk 11th 115,777
11. Fort Worth . .... 10th 106,482
12. Jacksonville . . 15th 91,558
13. Oklahoma City .... 13th 91,258

14. Savannah ...... .,12th
15. Knoxville . . .'J .24th
16. Tulsa, Okla;- 50th
17. Charleston, S. C... 14th
18. Little Rock . . . 17th
19. Mobile, Ak? J ..... .16th
20. Chattanooga, Tenn. 18th
, 21. Portsmouth, Va. . 27th
- 22. Macon, Ga. ...... 20th
23. Augusta, G a. ... 19th
24. Tampa, Fla. ... . .22nd
25. Roanoke, Va. . .25th
26. Winston-Salem ....39th
27. Charlotte, N.. C. . 26th
28. Galveston, Tex. ...23rd
20. Shreveport, La. . 30th

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Sept. 14. Jack Johnson,

the negro pugilist, was sentenced to
one year and a day in Leavenworth
penitentiary and fined $1000 by Fed

eral Judge Carpenter today for vio-

a tion of the white slave act.

S3.252

77,818
72,075
67,957
64,997
60,161

57,895

54,287

52,905
52,548
51,252
50,842
"48,398

46,318
44,255
43,874

30. Montgomery, Ala. .21st 743,464
31. Beaumont, Tex. .. .42nd 40,429

32. Wichita Falls. , 111th 40,079
33. Waco, Texas .. 31st 38,500
34. Columbia, S. C.;... .32nd 37,524

35. Newport News, Va. 44th 35;59G

36. Austin, Texas .. ...28th 34,876
37. Wilmington, N. C.. .33rd 33,372

38. Columbus. Ga. ... .43rd 31,125

39. Pensacola. Fla. ... .39th 31,035

40. Petersburg, Va. . .35th 31,002
41. Muskogee, Okla. . ,34th 30,277
42. Lynchburg, Va. ...29th: 29,956
43. Miami, Fla 175th 29,549

44. Fort Smith. Ark . 36th 28,811

45. Asheville. N. C. .48th 28,504

Raleigh, N. C. 46th 24,418
Meridian, Miss., 37th 23,436

Greenville, S. C 54th 23,12?
Laredo, Texas 60th 22,710
Jackson, Miss. ....... .40th 22,679
Spartanburg, S. C 5Lt; 22,638
Port Arthur, Texas 118th 22,251
Baton Rouge, La. 59th 21,782
Durham, N. C. 49th 21,719
Danville, Va.. .47th 21,539
Pine Bluff, Ark. .......57th 19,280
Key West, Fla. 45th 19,039
Jackson, Tenn .53rd 13,860
Waycross, Ga.;; .-. .61st -18,06
Alexandria, Va., 55th 18,000
Vicksburg, Miss 41st 17,931
Anniston, Ala. ......... 67th 17,734
Alexandria, La .77th 17,510

May

1XPENSIVE WAR FILM
ORDERED DESTROYED

London, Aug. 27 The British pub pubic
ic pubic has just learned from the report

of a government committee that a

moving picture film prepared by direc direction
tion direction of the war office at a cost of

$117,000 was destroyed after the ar

mistice by government order because

it was considered unsuitable for ex

hibition in peace time. The film was
intended by the government to show

what might have happened if Eng-

and had been invaded by the Ger

mans but it was not read to be ex

hibited before the signing of the

armistice and consequently was never

publicly produced.

Sum merlin, Charge d'Affaires in Mex Mex-ico,
ico, Mex-ico, Summoned to Wash Wash-ington
ington Wash-ington City

(Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 14. George T.
Summerlin, in charge of the Ameri American
can American embassy in Mexico City, has been
summoned to Washington for a con conference
ference conference with the state department. It
is. understood the conference will
pertain to the protection of American
rights in the oil fields and agricul agricultural
tural agricultural interests of Mexico." :
POLICY WONT CHANGE
Labor leaders asking general am amnesty
nesty amnesty for political prisoners were told
by ; Attorney General Palmer today
the government would continue its
policy of considering the cases indi individually.
vidually. individually. -
ANOTHER AIR ROUTE
The postoffice department today
awarded a contract to the Lawson Air
Line Company for, an air mail route
between New York and Atlanta, via
Washington, Raleigh and Columbia,

S..C, at a cost of $300,000 annually.

Denison, Texas . .
LaGrange, Ga
Athens, Ga. . ...
Selma, Ala. -i ,.,,.
Amarillo, Texas : r

Shawnee, Okla. ....
Sherman, Texas ..
Paris, Texas i . . V
Bristol, Va.-Tenn. .
Gadsden, Ala.: .

Bartlesville, Okla, .
Brunswick, Ga.

High Point. N. C

Marshall, Texas .

St. Petersburg, Fla.

Ardmore, Okla. . .

Argenta, Ark. ....

Salisbury, N. C .

Rome, Ga.. ...

Lake Charles. La..'.
Laurel, Miss. .
Gastonia, N. C. . .
Cleburne, Texas . .

Rocky Mount, N. C.

Monroe La. .... .

Natchez, Miss.
Johnson City, Tenn.

Greenville, Texas

New Bern, N. C . .

Tyler, Texas

Tuscaloosa, Ala. .

Guthrie, Okla.

Hot Springs, Ark. .

Sapulpa, Okla. .....
Greenville, Miss. .
Albany, Ga. . . ; .

Corsicana, Texas .

Goldsboro, N. C
Temple, Texas .....

-Florence, S. C......

Biloxi, Miss.

Valdosta, Ga. .... .

Charlottesville, Va.

Wilson, N. C.
Staunton, Va.

Del Rio, Texas
Anderson, S. C. ...

Florence, Ala. .......
Corpus Christi, Tex.

Columbus, Miss. .
Abilene, Texas
Dothan, Ala. ......

64th
167th
. . .58th
. . .63rd
92nd
....68th
69th
76th
....65th
82nd
.. .148th
...,90th
....96th
....74tK
...238th
. .102nd
78th
...125th
. ,70th
. . .75th
...105th
162nd
.... 86th
...115th
V. ..89th
.71st
...104th
. .. .99th
0 X st
1 . 85th
...107th
. . .73th
...,62nd
, ...108th
95th
...112th
. ...93rd
.... 151st
79th
...127th
.'. .116th
, ...119th

...136th
.:. 138th
. SXs

94th
...139th
...110th
98th
....97th
...130th

17,038
17,038
16,748
15,607
15,494
15,348
15,031
14,039
14,776
14,776
14,417
14,413
14,302
14,271
14,237
14,181
14,048
13,884
13,252
"13,088
13,037
12,871
12,820
12,742
12,742
12,608
12,442

12,384
12,198
12,085

11,996

11,757

11,695
11,634
11,560
11,555
11,356

11,296

11,033

10,968

10,937

10,738

10,688

10,653

-10,617

10,589
10,535

10,529
10,522

10,501

10,274
10,034

SPANISH LAW FORBIDS

KISSING IN PUBLIC

Madrid, Aug. 27. A severe repri

mand and a warning not to let the
misdemeanor occur again has just

been administered to a visitor to Ma

drid who, when he assisted his wife

into a cab at the door of his hotel on

the Puerta del. Sol, kissed her good-

v A policeman on duty close by wit

nessed the offense and remonstrated,
threatening to take the man to the

police station, whereupon the visitor,
a traveler in many lands, smiled and
said: "Do your worst. Take me to

the station house and well see what

the punishment is .for kissing one's

wife.". : -. ....

The policeman led him off to face

his captain, who, on hearing the na

ture of the charge, was even more
severe than the ordinary policeman.
He informed the offender that ignor ignorance
ance ignorance of the law was no excuse, but
that he had committed a serious of

fense against the laws of Madrid,

which forbid a man to kiss any wom woman
an woman while in the streets of the city,

witn or without her consent. He,
however, let him eff with a caution.

La Libertad, commenting on the

affair, says "the worst kind of pros prostitution
titution prostitution and libertinage are permitted

under the very noses of the police of
Madrid without any effort to stop
them, but a respectable man may be
dragged through the streets to a
police station for kissing his wife."

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

American Ex-Service Men Take a

Prominent Part in Robbing
Their Own Country

..:. (Afcs elated Pre as;
Constantinople, Sept. 14. Six for

mer American soldiers have virtually
confessed to a part in the thefts said

to total hundreds of thousands from
the American committee for relief in
the Near East, officials say. Investi Investigators
gators Investigators declare the thefts also involve
officers of other charity war organiza organizations
tions organizations who worked temporarily with
the Near East committee.

CUDAHY COMPANY

ISNT STACKING COIN

For the First Time Since Reorganiza

tion, Packers had to Pass
their Dividend

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Sept. 14. The Cudahy
Company today passed its dividend

for the first time since reorganization
of the company, officials said.

SPILLERS SURROUNDED

(Associated Press) V
Monticeilo, Ga., Sept. 14. John
Spillers, the negro who killed James
Faulkner and probably fatally wound

ed John Taulkner, farmers, is still

surrounded today in a swamp near
here, A lynching is freely predicted
if Spillers is captured.
AMERICAN MIXOLOGISTS
ARE GOING TO EUROPE

London, Aug. 27. American bar bartenders
tenders bartenders are invading. England and
getting jobs in the more pretentious
bars and clubs frequented by young
men because of their ability tfc-mjx
cocktails. -Older Englishmen still
stick to their "Scotch and soda," but
the younger generation is getting the
cocktail habit.
One bartender when applying for a
position at a big club told, the secre secretary
tary secretary he could mix 500 different drinks..
The Englishman viewed him with
that expression so familiar to Amer Americans
icans Americans when they try to" tell English
folks "of what a glorious country
America is but hired him anyhow. He
has not run through his alleged rep repertoire
ertoire repertoire yet but has made good.

LYNCHING IN ALABAMA

All those interested in the organ organization
ization organization of the alumni association of
the Ocala high sehool are requested
to meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock
at the Board of Trade room.

MUSIC LESSONS

Lessons given on mandolin, guitar,
tenor banjo, Hawaiian guitar and
ukelele. Miss Ruth Simmons, phone
124. 10-6t

(Associated Press) r

Montgomery, Ala., Sept. 14. Alto
Windham, white, was lynched near
Hartford, Ala., for alleged remarks

to a young married woman.
CHICAGO SWITCHMEN

LOSE THEIR STRIKE

: .' (Associated Press) v

Chicago, Sept. 14. John Grunau,
leader of the striking switchmen,
yardmen and enginemen, admitted to

day that the strike had been called

Off.'

We have all kinds of tablets, inks,

pens, pencils, erasers, crayons and

school supplies at The Specialty

Shop, A. E. GERIG. 14-5t

Ambitious Poet May Yet Set Himself

Up as Emperor of the
Adriatic

(Associated Press)
Rome, Sept. 14. D'Annunzios

troops have occupied the islands of
Arbe .Cherso and Veglia southwest of
Fiume. Reports say the Italian gar garrisons,
risons, garrisons, have joined D'Annunzio's
forces.

BOLS ACTIVE NEAR BROD Y
London, Sept. 14. The Russian

soviet forces, according Jo Moscow
reports, have taken the offensive on

both sides of Brody, near the old

Galician border, and are marching on

Lemberg, an Exchange Telegraph

Berlin dispatch says. The Polish and

Ukrainian troops have been driven
back by Russian cavalry.

SOVIET ATTACKS MADE THEM

; SAD -Paris,
Sept. 14. Foreign office re

ports through Copenhagen say there
was riotinsr in Petrograd when news

of soviet defeats reached there and

the disorders assumer counter revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary proportions.

BOLSHEVIKI HAD TO TAKE A

BATn
London, Sept. 14. Serious anti-

bolshevik rioting is taking place in
Petrograd, according to reports re received
ceived received in Berlin, says an Exchange
Telegraph dispatch. Six bolshevik
commissioners are reported to have
been drowned in the Neva and other

are in hiding.

MANY GARAGES BEING

ERECTED IN PITTSBURG

Pittsburg, Sept. 13. 'lhree gar

ages to one dwelling is the propor

tion in which buildings are being
erected in Pittsburg, according to
figures compiled by the bureau of
building inspection covering the three
important months ;' of the building

season May, June and July.
High wages, permitting the pur

chase of automobiles by workers is

given as the cause of the enormous
increase in garage construction while
the high cost of building is assigned

as the reason why more people are

not building their homes.

Recent wage scales signed by con contractors
tractors contractors and the building trades give
carpenters $1.20 an hour, bricklayers

a substantial advance and nodcar

riers $1 an hour, while laborers on
building construction are to ; get 80

cents an hour.

.In "spite of the demand for houses,
not a residence building permit has
been issued in seven of the. 27 wards

of the city for weeks.

DEMPSEY WILL MEET BRENNAN

(Associated Press)
The voters of South Carolina. Lou-

isiana, New York, Washington and
Colorado participated in state-wide

primaries today. The republicans and
democrats are selecting state and

congressional tickets in New York,
Colorado and Washington, while only,
democrats participated in South Car-

holina and Louisiana. In South Caro

lina the contest is a run-off for sena-
tor and a few state officers, owing to

failure to select at the first primary.

MAINE WENT, ETC.
Portland, Maine, Sept. 14. The re

publican majority in yesterday's elec election
tion election has been increased to 65,000 to

day with a few remote towns and dis

tricts missing. Mrs. Margaret Dyer,

democrat, the only woman candidate,

was defeated for probate register in
Hancock county.

WHITE DISCOUNTS MAINE
New York, Sept. 14. Democratic

Chairman White said the republican

victory in Maine would not be grudg

ed, but claimed thousands who voted

for Parkhurst will support the

League of Nations in November.

AM BIGUOUS REMARK
Marion, Sept. 14. Senator Hard?

ing told the California delegation the
nation must stand behind the Pacific
coats states to relieve them of dif difficulties
ficulties difficulties of Oriental immigration. The

dangers of racial conflict must be
recognized and reduced to the mini minimum,
mum, minimum, he said.

COX ALMOST TO. THE COAST
Huntington, Sept. 14. Gov. Cox

carried the democratic fight into

eastern Oregon and Idaho today. The
principal address of the day will be

delivered at Boise tonight.

ALABAMA TO RATIFY
THE AMENDMENT

New York. Sept. 14. Articles have

been signed for a 15-round bout to a

decision between Jack Dempsey and

Bill Brennan at Madison Square Gar

den on Oct. 1. The champion has

been guaranteed $100,000 with the
privilege of taking a percentage of

the gate receipts, and Brennan wm

get $25,000 fiat.

Let us fit your boys and girls up

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- (Assoclatet'I Press)
Montgomery, Sept, 14 The Ala Alabama
bama Alabama legislature met today in spec special
ial special session to framu legislation giv giving
ing giving women the ballot in conformity

with the federal suffrage amendment.

West Virginia Also
Charleston, W. Va Sept. 14. The
legislature met in special session to today
day today to provide voting machinery for
women.

GIANT LIVE STOCK SHOW
AT FLORIDA STATE FAIR

Jacksonville, Sept. 13. The giant
live stock show will be one of the
crowning features of the Florida
State Fair and Exposition here Noy.
18 to 27. The exhibition this year;
will easily eclipse anything cf it3
character ever staged in the south southeast.
east. southeast. Many neighboring: states will send
cattle here to compete for the valua valuable
ble valuable prizes and special awards offered
by the premium list.
The state fair grounds, wrhich are
under the control and supervision of
officials of the United States bureau
of animal husbandry, and the Florida
state live stock satitary board, have
been officially declared tick free. Con Consequently,
sequently, Consequently, there is no tick danger,
either through cattle, feed, forage or
bedding.
No cattle infested with, or exposed
to ticks will be peimitted to exhibit
or enter, the grounds. All cattle en entering
tering entering the enclosure pass under the
critical eyes of federal and state of officials.
ficials. officials. This precaution gives the cattle
show a high standing among cattle
breeders and exhibitors, who will
take advantage of the opportunity to
bring their stock here with the as assurance
surance assurance that they ran absolutely no
danger of tick infection.
The live stock exhibition ha 3
grown so rapidly during the past
several years that the fair associa association
tion association has had to practically double its
capacity to show sill the cattle and
swine offered for ea:hibition.

Come to the DANCE tonight, 8:30
at Commercial Hall. Good jazz music.
ODD FELLOWS

. .. 9-9

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F..
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended to
risiting brothers. :
J. D. McCaskilL N. G.
BL E. Luff man. Secretary.

JL A. MASONS

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R, A. M on the fourth
Friday hi every month at 8 p. el
BL S. Wesson, IL P.
Jake Brown, Secrt3.ry.

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OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1920

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Published Every Day Except Sunday by
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OCALA, FLORIDA.

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'HEALTH CHORES

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

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Six months. In advance 3.00
l'hre months, In advance .... 1.50
One month. In advance 60

The schools are carrying physical
culture into the country. According
to one ambitious rural program, "the
teachers will endeavor to make auto automatic
matic automatic the daily performance' of
health chores.". .N v ?..

iu K. Carroll, President Shades of our farmer-fathers!

V. Learenjtodt Secretary-Treasurer : Memories Of our Childhood I Ah, those

"automatic health chores" of yore!

Willie would climb into his -clothes

at daybreak, bring in a pail of water

from the well, chop, an armful of
wood and start a fire in .the kitchen
stove for mother to make breakfast.

While she was doing it he would go

cut and water and feed the horses and

milk the cows. After breakfast he
would gather some vegetables from

the garden, do a few errands and then

run to school, where it felt good just
to I e able to sit. When he got back

in the afternoon he would work in

the garden and churn the butter and

may be help a bit with the washing,

and then when the men came home

frcnV the fields,"he would help unhar unharness
ness unharness the horses and water and feed

them and bed them down, and carry

in some more water for mother, and

split some kindling, and catch and kill
a chicken or ; two, and feed the pigs
and the chickens and take some

things, to the neighbors, and eat his

supppr, and then, if there was noth

ing else to do, he could go to Ded.

And Susie oh, she would help

mother" get the breakfast, and wait

on ; the men folks, and then eat her

course, there was always some real

and run along -to school, and when

she get back she would weep and

dust &nd ; make beds and prepare

egetables for supper and wait on

the men folks and wipe the dishes

nd fed the chickens and set the table

for breakfast and help mother with

the sewing., And on Saturdays i of
canning ; or apple-butter making or
work; and when there was nothing

else doing in particular, v there was

Most teachers have fads, and the

taking care of the threshers or some

other diversion.

"Health chores," indeed! And the

present generation has to have them

taught in school, like arithmetic or
geography lessons. The nation must

be degenerating.- Pensacola News.

Most teachers have fads and the

school authorities seem not only will willing
ing willing but anxious to try them out on
the pupils at the expense of the tax
payers, so why not tha "health

chores." It is more sensible than some

already in vogue.

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COMMIT THESE TO '''MEMORY

Florida Democratic Presidential
Electors

Martin Caraballo P. V. Corr
Charle3 E. Jones W. V. Knott
J. G; Sharon C. B. Wells

Maine bent somewhat heller than

usual.

. D'Annunzio has captured an Amer American
ican American ship and is holding it at Fiume

for ransom.

The republican majority in Maine
was probably largely increased by

the female vote. As we expected. ,.

Possibly Secretary Daniels' visit to
Maine had something to do with the

big republican majority in that state

A large proportion of the people of

Maine are good judges of naval al-fairs.

It is our opinion that if the gas

ordinance, as printed in yesterday's
Star, i3 legal, that the council can sell
the light and water plant, or the fire

station, any evening it can get to

gether a majority to railroad a meas-

use thru.

If you will keep tab on the dis

patches, you will find that for every

lynching-in the South, there are two

white women killed, with the at

tendant crimes of robbery or out

rage sometimes all three on one

woman in the north.'

De Valera, president of the "Irifsh

" republic," says 4 that if McSweeny

dies, he will leave his safe i roost in

America, go to Ireland and go on a
hunger strike himself. If it wasn't

that we believe de Valera is a liar,
we would hope a speedy death for

McSweeny. y .V

Fred Cubberly of Gainesville is the
republican candidate for representa representative,
tive, representative, opposing Frank Clark. Mr. Cub

berly 13 a good citizen and a genial

man. He has lots of friends, and if
the democrats let their usual apathy
keep a large proportion of them away
from the polls on election day he may
win. This is no year for southern

democrats to be indifferent.

Three more Ocala women register registered
ed registered yesterday afternoon and twenty twenty-tow
tow twenty-tow this morning. As many as pos possible
sible possible of the white women should reg

ister tomorrow, 3nd then leave the last

three days of the week for the colored

women. Of course this need not ap

ply to anyone who may have to go
away in the next few days and not

returnuntil the books are closed.

In England they are building roads

out of old trench helmets. If we at

tempted to do the same thing in Flor

ida the good roads opponents would

claim it would bankrupt the war de

partment. Jacksonville Metropolis.

The war department would tell you
the same thing, England and Florida

are about the same size. They have
been building roads in England for

nearly 2000 years and their road road-building
building road-building is mostly road repairing
Florla needs 3000 miles of new road

It would take 35,200 helmets to pave

a mile of road and over ten" million

to pave 3000 miles. Not that many

helmets made during the great war.

Better figure a little next time.

GET YOUR

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At the Close of Business September 8th, 1920.
Condensed from Report to the Comptroller of the Currency
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CANDLER

Candler, Sept. Ill The farmers are

busy gathering corn and making hay.

School -opened here Monday, with

Miss Lelia Harvey as teacher.

Quite a crowd of the young people

attended the ball game at Lady Lake

Saturday.

Mrs. S. II. ,Mallette of St; Peters

burg is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.
N. Marshall. x

Mrs. E. N. DeLong, who has been

on the sick list for the past three

weeks, is able to be out again.

Our winter tourists have begun to

arrive and we hope every vacant
house will -soon be fileld.

Mr. J. J. Marshall of Gainesville

spent the week-end with his parents,

Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Marshall.

Rev. Lawhon delivered a very in

teresting sermon in the Methodist

church Friday evening.

Mrs. E. E. Marshall left Thursday!

for Kingston, N. C, where she will
visit her mother a month before re

turning. :

F.ev. Boyer of Weirsdale filled his

regular appointment here Sunday

morning.

IMPROVING HEALTH

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Loans, Discounts, Bonds and Securities-..1.
Liberty Loan Bonds, W. S. S., Victory Notes and U. S.
Treasury Certificates :. ------
U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation-. . .'
Stock ins Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta ....
Banking Building, Furniture and Fixtures . . .
Other Real Estate Owned. . . ....
Overdrafts ... ...
Due from Treasury U. S,
CASH: On Hand and Due from Banks...:.. ......
TOTAL. $

$ 615,825.92
243,7636
75,000.00
2,700.00
37,000.00
2,383.62
75.49
4,850,00
141,082.99
1,122,681.28

LIABILITIES

Capital Stock, fully paid in . .
Surplus and Undivided Profits earned. : -Circulation
y.'v--Dividends
Unpaid. 2 ...
Bills Payable-..-!.--
DEPOSITS ...... ...
TOTAL.

75,000.00

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....... 75,000.00
....... 60.00
. 15,000.00
929,658.41
$ 1,122,681,28

:DeposIfs::Sepf.;:8tlf;i

Deposits September 8ili, 1919.
Increase, One Year

...... ... . ... $ 682,204.86
& :-.-.--..-..0247,153.5S

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measures for the improvement of

health conditions in Florida were de

cided upon at the recent meeting of

the State Board of Health officials

held in Jacksonville. With President
Joe L. Earman presiding the session
proved one of unusual interest and the
discussion of the year's activity show showed
ed showed that numerous innovations had

been effected and had proven suc

cessful. ; ''" 3$

Of value to the entire state will be
the program to be put into effect
immediately which will carry the mes message
sage message of public health directly into
the homes of the citizens of the
state, particularly in the remote rural
districts. A group of field medical
directors will work simultaneously in
adjoining counties under the direc direction
tion direction of an experienced director of
rural sanitation. This will be fol followed
lowed followed by a program of public health

to correct any defects which may
have been discovered by careful
study and survey.
An interesting report made was
that of Dr. D.. C Campbell, head of
the venereal disease work in Florida,
in which he stated that approximate approximately
ly approximately five thousand sufferers had been
reported to the bureau- of vital sta statistics
tistics statistics of the State Board of Health
in the past year. Although the fed federal
eral federal authorities have reduced their
financial aid sufficient funds have
been appropriated by the board to
continue this much neded, work thru
the coming year.
Satisfactory health conditions, gen generally
erally generally speakingr ; were reported by

Dr. Ralph N. Greens, state health of officer,
ficer, officer, and provision was made! for
broadening the scope of work covered
by the engineering department.

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

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second end four Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
C Y. Miller, E. R
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
J. W. Akin, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. & S.

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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 Mo. Guarantee
An Up-to-Date BattYry Service Station -
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. .

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CALA GAS EWGSWE- WORKS

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A mere bagatelle to walk down to
FISHEL'S to trade. tf

The county judge has issued a mar marriage
riage marriage license to Mr. John Feaster Gas Gas-kins
kins Gas-kins and Miss Verona May Prior.
Klenzo Antiseptic destroys all
germs in the month, throat and nasal
channel; 25 and 50 cents at Gerig's
Drug Store. tf

After several days of illness, Mr.
Charles Rawls is able to be up and
at his post in Gerig's newsstand.
EVEEWEAR SOX, Lisles $3 a box,
six pairs, for a limited time.
FISHEL'S. tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rogers and
family have returned home from a

pleasant summer
Beach.

spent at Atlantic

Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
Store. 8-11-tf

Miss Marjorie Howell returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Tampa, where she spent
several weeksY pleasantly visiting
friends and relatives.

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
Miss Mary Gale of Belleview, one
of the new teachers in the public
school, is making her home with Mrs.
P. W. Whitesides'.

. Use Klenzo Creme and keep your
teeth white; 25 cents at Gerig's Drag
Store. tf

Mrs. W. T. Garyy and children are
home from several weeks' "outing in
the most picturesque part of the
North Carolina mountains.

Before buying see our prices on
BLEACHING AND DOMESTICS
FISHEL'S. tf

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JACKSONVILLE, g&ORIDA

In the. heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none 1

ROBERT M.' MEYER,
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J. E KAVANAPGII
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Mr. Alfred Green of Daytona

Beach has arrived in the city to spend

his vacation of two weeks at the home
of his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. N.

Use a good Klenzo Tooth Brush.
Sold only at Gerig's Drug Store, tf
Mr. and Mrs. Li N. Green and chil

dren after a pleasant visit in Georgia

with Mrs. Green's relatives, and a

short stay at Daytona Beach, have
returned home. v

September special,
quality BLEACHING
FISHEL'S.

36-inch gooa

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Mrs. Amos' Norris of Tampa,

chairman of the social and industrial
conditions department of the Florida

Federation of Women s Clubs, has
written to Gov. Catts as follows. Her
protest against the pardon of Men Men-denhall
denhall Men-denhall bears special weight, as she

is in. much better position to judge of
the crime than club women at a

greater distance from the scene of the
tragedy.

Tampa, Fla., Sept. 11, 1920.
Honorable Sydney J. Catts, Governor
State of Florida, Chairman State
Pardoning Board, Tallahassee:
My dear Governor: A few days ago
one of the leading dailies of the state
containing a marked editorial head headed,
ed, headed, "Preparing to Give Mend enhall a
Pardon," was sent to me. One was
also sent to the president of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Federation of Women's Clubs,
Mrs. J. W. McCulIum, of Gainesville.
As this matter comes trader my de department,
partment, department, at her request I am taking
the matter up with you.
If it is true that they propose to
present a petition to the pardoning
board for the pardoning of Menden Menden-hall,
hall, Menden-hall, I wish to enter a protest in be behalf
half behalf of the 10,000 club women in this
state, whom I have the honor to rep represent,
resent, represent, and if at the proper time you
wish me to present my reasons, I
shall be very glad to do so. His was

one of the most atrocious crimes ever
committed in. the annals of this state.

It was a crime against womanhood,

end I amt appealing to you, first as a
father, then as a husband, and last,
as governor of this great state of

ours. 1 am thoroughly familiar with

the details of this crime.

With good wishes to you in the

conduct of your office, I beg to re remain,
main, remain, Yours very truly,

Julia Harrison Norris,
Chairman of Social and Industrial
Conditions Department, Florida
Federation of Women's Clubs.

PARTY IN KENTUCKY
FOR OCALA CHILDREN

BOYS AND GIRLS OF FLORIDA
ARE BIG PRODUCERS
To Prove Their Prowess at State Fair.

Mr.- Lee Hutchenson, after a short
visit in the city, the guest of his
friends, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dumas,
returned Sunday afternoon to. his
Lome in New York city.
"Yes, I got this one also at Fishels;
why don't you just go down there
and look at their Millineryf you don't
have to buy and they will gladly
show you." tf
Mrs. W. W. Striplmg returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a week-end visit to Tam

pa, bringing with er her daughter,
Mrs. J. M. Bryan Jr. Mrs. Bryan came
up to attend the Tucker-Jones wedding.

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

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Miss Lillie Goldnamer was hostess
Friday afternoon at a f lawn party
given in honor of her two little
guests from Florida, Adelaide Duval
andtUlifton Hocker. The,happy chil children
dren children who were invited for the occas occasion
ion occasion passed a delightful afternoon,
playing games arranged by their
hostess and enjoyed the refreshments
of ices," cake and candy. The dining
room was prettily decorated with
pink and yellow dahlias. t
The little honor guests of Miss
Goldnamer's party, Miss 'Adelaide
Duval and Master James Clifton
Hocker, are the children of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Duval and Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Hocker of Ocala. ? Fla.

That history rapidly repeats itself
is demonstrated by the fact that the

arrival of these young scions of two

prominent and influential families is
beginning to be marked by social

functions ; just as has been the yearly
custom, upon the arrival of their
charming mothers, whose annual re

turn to their old home town is a sig

nal for a round of gaieties, which are

given in their honor by the many

fiiends of the McDougals and Mont-

gomerys. v

Little Miss Duval is a refreshing

and unusual type of little girl now

adays, exceedingly bright, and a per

fect specimen of health, and yet one

who does not aspire to being other

than a little girl among the five-year-old
"grown-ups" of the present age.
Master' Clifton is a born leader and

among ether characteristics possesses

a voice of unusual quality and sings
as unconsciously as the little brown
thresh- ; : -'-V J- :.

The little guests who were biflden

wer all made exceedingly happy by

the delightful provisions made for
their entertainment and for the de delectation
lectation delectation of their inner serves.

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HAPPINESS CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND
In the dictionary.
Happiness should always be found
In every home.
We help make people happy
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glad to welcome her back to her old
home. Mrs. Todd will again teach in
the Ocala school and for the present
is making her home with Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Martin.

COLLEGE and SCHOOL GIRLS'

MIDDIES, a fine quality ?2.50, at

FISHEL'S. tf

Miss Mabel Meffert arrived home
Sunday afternoon from an exceed exceedingly
ingly exceedingly pleasant stay, in the mountains
of North Carolina. Miss Mefifert .has
taken up her work as a a teacher in
the primary' school. s
The Klenzo Family complete is now

on display at Gerig's Drug Store, tf

Miss Loureen Spencer will conclude
a nleasant visit in Jacksonville with

I Miss Susannah Dodge tomorrow, and
.leave for St. Augustine, where she

I will attend St. Joseph's Academy,

Jacksonville. Over 123,000 boys and
- pver 75,000 girls are engaged in Boys'
and Girls. Club work in the South.
They produced more than six million
dollars' worth of products last year!
A pretty good record. :
One of the uieaj.a of furtbPring thi3
work is the encouragement offered
boys and girls by the Florida State
Fair, to be held tl: is year at Jackson Jackson-.,Tilie,;
.,Tilie,; Jackson-.,Tilie,; Nov. 18-27."': ';' J":':''
- A department has been set aside for
the boys' and girls' club work and lib liberal
eral liberal premiums are offered. These con consist
sist consist of 'cash and ribbons and are otter ottered
ed ottered for the best displays by the boys
and glrl3 poultry clubs l Florida,
boys' corn clubs, peanut clubs, pig
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clubs, calf clubs, boys judging contest

and girls' canning clubs. i Miss Susie Lou Ellis accompanied

It. is not so much to the present as Mr. Roy Ott in his automobile 'to

to the coming generation that Florida Daytona Beach Saturday afternoon

must look for the realization of : her to spend a week as the guest of Mrs.

fond hopes for future development and Ott, who is spending the summer at

progress. It is, therefore, of the ut- the beach. Mr. Ott returned to Ocala

most importance that boys and girls Monday morning.
h eriven advantflsres that wpta denied

the past,, and to a certain extent the Use "Goodnight" and then go to

sleep; zo cents at ueng s Drug totore.

present generation

The State Fair is encouraging them
through material reward and honorary

menuuu iu eiater enuri m me pro- -n n ahMri nf fl--Mx

' Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Leavengood left

this morning for Jacksonville, where

dsctica of better crops, better live- chant & Miners boats sailing for Bal Bal-stock
stock Bal-stock and better food. Help the Fair "timore. Mr. and Mrs. Leavengood

boost the boys and girls. .will visit Vnany points of interest in

' the north before returning home.

Pon't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merrin, who

have been attending the county

agents meeting in Gainesville, stop stopped
ped stopped on the way to their home in Dade

City, to visit Mrs. Merrin'a father,

Mr. J, R. Martin. They will remain

to attend the Tucker-Jones wedding

tomorrow.:

he has been one of the Star's carrier
boys for the summer, and is an unus unusually
ually unusually bright and likable lad.

"Goodnight" chases mosquitoes,

gnats and jother insects; 25 cents the

bottle at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Mrs. Elizabeth Bonner and daugh

ter, Miss Anna Zora Bonner of Texas,

arrived in the city Sunday afternoon
for an indefinite visit at the home of

their daughter and siser, Mrs. How

ard Clark and family. Mrs. Bonner
and Mis3 Bonner spent several

montn3 last winter in the city and

the many friends they made then "are

iving them a cordial welcome.

Mrs. H. C. Dozier and daughter,

Miss Cornelia Dozier left early this

morning : by automobile for St. Au

gustine,; where the latter will enter

St, Joseph's Academy. Accompany

ing Mrs f" Dozier and daughter were

Mrs. John Dozier, Mrs.; Mary Perdue

and Mrs. W. A. Wilds.

If you ask for Carter's Butternut
bread and are persuaded to take some

other, it's your hard luck. Insist upon

having Butternut. 9-tf

The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.

Ed Morgan will regret to learn that

they are both ill at one of the Tampa

hospitals. Mr. ; Morgan is suff eringr

from an attack of malaria and Mrs.

Morgan recently underwent an opera operation.
tion. operation. It i3 sincerely hoped by their
manv Ocala friends that they will

soon be restored to health and able to

return to their home here.

It is with deep regret that the
many friends of Mr. M. E. Robinson,

better known as "Sunny Jim," learn
that he continues quite ill at St.
Luke's, hospital in Jacksonville. For
the past month Mr. Robinson had been

ill in St. Louis. Mo. and recovering
sufficiently to travel, returned to his

home in Jacksonville, but word from
his family yesterday announced that

his condition is again serious.

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; Buster Carter left last night for
New York city to spend a year with
his aunt and attend school there.
"Buster's" many friends are quite
proud of him making thi3 long trip
alone, but the Star knows he is
capable of taking care of himself as

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)
SEABOAED AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am JackzcnviUe-NTTcrk 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
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2 :12 pm Jacksonville-NTT ork 2:43 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jkson viil e-G ne s vill e 10:13 pm

i 2:42 am StJPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am

3:35 pm SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dtmnellon-Wilcox
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OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1920

LATEST LOCALS
Temperature this morning, 72; thi3
afternoon, S3.
Come to the DANCE tonight, 8:30
at Commercial Hall. Good jazz music.

,f. Tw- oft o r io
n! liZTJTl it til Le-t of to
pleasant stay m the city the guet of
.. .'- : -: I
Miss Annie Rooney, left yesterday
afternoon for her home in Tampa.
Our new electric sausage -mill has
arrived. Phone your orders for the
choicest hamburger and home ground
sausage
ery. nhone 243.
September Specials, CC-in. Good i
Quality BLEACHING 35c;
DOMESTICS 24V2c. FISHEL'S.

r T i armaments into an extraordinary ses ses-Mr.
Mr. ses-Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Edwards .and; of the diet whkh was called to
two eons are now making their home liscuss oniy such matters as permit permit-on
on permit-on their farm six miles out from? ted of no delay." -town
until arrangements be made! Thg representative quoted Admiral
for the building of a home in the Kat0 mnister of the navy, as hav hav-cy
cy hav-cy ; '-A--- '- kg explained the "colossal estimates"
. by pointing to the naval expansion
. Loose-leaf composition books now rcheme which wa3 being pushed for for-on
on for-on sale at The Specialty Shop, A. 9ra bv a certain country. "By a

GERIG.
MISS Uarita ump leu inis unci--
. 1 0t A 1
noon for Boston to take up her stud-
ies in the Wheeler School near that
city, but before entering scnooi win
visit school mates en route to her
destination. i
7TT T 0 ,OA
Come to the DANCE tonight, 8.30
at Commercial Hall. Good jazz music :
... r- i r o
. Miss. Sadie Mae Dmkms oi en
is an attractive visjtor until
when she .will leave for Southern Col-
lege She is a guest of Mrs. Mrs. L;.
E. Cordrey and Mrs, E. W. Pender

Ln yearnss inK.ns gzauuuM the overnment thl-nks that she is do do-from
from do-from the Dunnellon high school. tii -., oeaWo nmoM

Attention,' school children. See
our line of 5c tablets. The Specialty
Shop, A. E. GERIG.
14-5t
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. ra. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray," C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk,
You-tell-em
FISHEL'S.
we got the
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ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No 29, O. E. S
meet3 at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
. Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now -in. Ocala Seed
Store. 8-11-tf
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE:
Marion-Dunn L-odge No. 19, F. & A.
M.j meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice
Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, W. M.
EVERWEAR HOSIERY for ladies,
a pure thread silk hose at $2.00 at
FISHEL'S. tf
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JAPAN DISCUSSING

LARGE ARMAMfcLVIS
Tokio, Aug. 15. There was a de debate
bate debate in the Japanese diet recently be between
tween between Premier Hara and a represen representative
tative representative over the question whether it
was necessary for Japan immediately
expend a large sum in an attempt
keep abreastf the United States
f!U!nff Mna rwic...
cussion was briefly reported hy cable
111 UUllUitl V. T Ul J V, Uk7
at that time but the official report of

Tiu J V" TvT
.ton, who criticized the action of the
Japanees government m asking for a

Premier Hara permits of a more com comprehensive
prehensive comprehensive presentation of the argu-
Mn Hattori interpellated the gov-
. ii . -.1 -. 1 i:M4na'
the present colossal estimates
, 'certain country' presumably the navy
minister mean t tne umieu oiaies, i
. f TTf "Tf .f b r-
membemI howeVer that America is
trying to expand her Pacific squadron
, because, she misunderstands
T J r
The Americans are laboring under
the misconception that the Japanese
are very dangerous people, wedded
tQ m iHtarism and aggressiveness. Be-
in'ff obsessed by' this mistaken no-
anious to v complete
eif-.navalarinamenfa: against 'all
ci5 on the pacific. America
awa been a C0Untry which sets
Qre cg and r dJ not beUeve
lii an nils tui "Sfe w ii.yv"v
Supposing the present naval and
military estimates were carried thru
the diet, though they ought to be in introduced
troduced introduced in the next session of the
diet as a measure not requiring very
urgent attention. What impression
would be caused in America? Amer Americans
icans Americans would ascribe sinister intentions
to the Japanese diet which, notwith notwithstanding
standing notwithstanding an unfavorable economic sit situation
uation situation and the restoration of peace
went the length of carrying the es estimates
timates estimates through at an extraordinary
session.
"I am not opposed to proper pror
vision for national defense 'but I do
not see why this program should not
be deferred to the next ordinary ses session
sion session of the diet.
: "Japan and America are the only
countries -in the world which are go going
ing going in for naval expansion. In my
opinion, it is too feeble an argument
to say that the-diet must approve the
estimates at once, because America is
building many warships and because
the presentation of the estimates to
the next ordinary session would cause
delay in the completion of the naval
program." -
In his reply, Mr. Hara, the prime
minister said:
"It is superfluous to say. that
Japan is not actuated by any aggresr
sive ambition in attending to the re replenishment
plenishment replenishment of national defense. The
national defense program takes into
careful consideration the number of
troops and warships needed to safe safeguard
guard safeguard the country. No aggressive
significance can possibly be attached
to the replenishment program which
is drawn up with this in view and I
cannot think that any misunderstand misunderstandings
ings misunderstandings will be created in foreign minds
in this connection. : The question of
the replenishment of national de defense
fense defense has been outstanding for some
years and," as it fell through 'in the
last session of the diet owing to the
dissolution of the house of represen representatives,
tatives, representatives, the bill has been laid before
the present session. ; J
"It is impossible to say with re regard
gard regard to any program that its delay
for a year or half .a year' is certainly
ruinous, but the government is con convinced
vinced convinced that in view of the grave im importance
portance importance of national defense, the pro program
gram program which has been outstanding
for some years ougt to be attended to
as quickly as possible.
"As you are aware, Japan is now
among the five great" powers of the
world and it is important for her to
be provided with armaments commen commensurate
surate commensurate with '. her position in world
politics .1 feel sure that the present
national defense program will excite
no misunderstandings abroad and
that Japan will not be credited with
any ambitious designs."
Why throw away $2 to $5 more on
hats bought at a millinery store, when
a hat. bought at FISHEL'S is just as
chic and becoming and so much
cheaper. tf
"The Nine Worthies."
These were nine famous iersohages
if ten 1 Luded td and classed together.
V common list includes three gen gen-:iles,.
:iles,. gen-:iles,. Ilnctor, son of Priam ; Alexander
he Great, Julius Caesar; three Jews,
foshua, conqueror of; Canaan ; David,
ring., of Israel ; Judas Maccabaeus ;
hree Clirlstians, Arthur, king of Brit Brit-tm
tm Brit-tm ; Charlemagne, Godfrey of Boull Boull-on.
on. Boull-on. Hercules and Pompey are some some-i
i some-i in es no tried among them, and Guy. of
iVarwick sometimes appears In place
if Godfrey.
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a; regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. 17-tf

DEAD AND DECOMPOSED

Body of an Unknown Man Found
Yesterday Afternoon in an
Old Barn
Yesterday afternoon, John Holly, a
colored farmer, while plowing in a
field about two miles north of town,
(noticed buzzards flying around an old
barn nearby. Going toward it, his
inose was assailed with a fearful odor
and on looking into the barn he saw
-
a nuddied neap on tne noor. wnicn
he made out to be the body of a man.
Holly hurried to the nearest phone
and informed the sheriff of his ghast ghastly
ly ghastly find. Mr. Galloway, Mr. Thomas
and Mr. Perkins at once went out to
the place. They found the body of a
white man, apparently under forty
years of age, and in too advanced a
state of decomposition to be .. recog recognized.
nized. recognized. :'; 'f.--'y'
It was impossible to stay near the
body long, and as there were no signs
of violence and night coming on, the
officers left. This morning, they went
back with Coroner Jeff coat and an
undertaker. The man was stretched
out on the floor naked, except his
shirt. His clothes were near, though,
and in the lining of his coat was found
a burglar's kit. There was a'.' little
bottle of medicine near the body, j
"- owiu Mi.n.a uv ou-
dered into the barn on a hot night,
stripped tff his clothes and laid down
and was never able to rise again.
He mayhave laid-there for hours
before he died, and he, must have been
dead four or five days when found.
The body was buried near the barn, j
The man's clothes were worn but : :-not
not :-not ragged, t The ; burglar's kit con-
tained two ; skeleton keys, several
pieces of fuse cut short, dynamite and
caps.. They were in an old cloth bag,
that seemed to have" had much use.
An ordinary pocketknife was found
on him, but nothing to identify him
by.
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Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held, every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Castle Hall., over the G.4
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
J. W. Akin, C. CV
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. & S.
W. A. .TINSMAM
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Atlanta, Ga. Miss Alice Frances
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womanly weakness. My back ached.
I would have, at certain times, a hot
feeling that seemed to go to my head.
Even my shoulders would hurt, and It
made me very dizzy and uncomfort uncomfortable.
able. uncomfortable. When the blood would flow to
my. head I suppose that was what it
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annoying as well as embarrassing. I
would usually hQre to go home and
go to beL I certainly suffered greatly.
T heard of Cardui, and my mother
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only medicine that ever did me any
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Dizziness, headache, sideache, back backache,
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Take Cardui.
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coal-oil lamps.
Write for catalog.
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Ocala, Fla.
There's a Satisfied User Near
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NEWS OF THE WORLD
IN PARAGRAPHS
Sir Luke White, who was a mem member
ber member of parliament for 18 years, has
just died in the almshouse at Drif Driffield,
field, Driffield, England. Born in 1845 at
Deighton, near York, he started life
as a messenger boy, become an at attorney's
torney's attorney's "managing clerk, a solicitor,
a county solicitor, a coroner for the
East Riding- and in 1900 liberal mem member
ber member of parliament for Buckrose. He
was' knighted in 1908. The war af
fected Sir Luke's investments and in
October of last year he filed a peti
tion in bankruptcy, the statement of
claims showing a deficit of more than
100,000. . ...
M. Koeford, a Danish subject, who
went to Russia 40 years ago, became
a, state councillor under, the old regime
and has been arrested several times
since the revolution," has just return returned
ed returned to his native country. "One's first
impression of Moscow is," he says,
"that all private shops are closed and
only the municipal stores are open.
Nevertheless, illicit trading flourishes
and it is possible to get anything
there, even Havana cigars of the
1919 crop. The population looks
healthy and vigorous though many
people, especially brain workers, suc succumbed
cumbed succumbed last winter to privation."
: Blindness is no less prevalent in
the Levant than it was in biblical
days. Trachoma is responsible for
most of the sightless men, women and
children who wander through the
streets of Cairo, Jerusalem, Damas Damascus,
cus, Damascus, Symrna- and Constantinople.
Throughout Armenia, Anatolia and
Syria trachoma has' been the malady
which has given the American com committee
mittee committee for relief in the Near East
more trouble, than all others com
bined. It is especially bad .: among
children. It rages in the orphanages
where little Armenians, Greeks, Jews
and Turks have been ... gathered by
philanthropic organizations which are
endeavoring to nurse war-torn Turkey
back to normal health.
- :
; Passports are now demanded of
visitors seeking .to enter Saint Sophia,
and any Christian who cannot estab establish
lish establish the fact that he is neither a
Greek nor an Armenian, is not ad admitted.
mitted. admitted. Since the Greek advance
eastward into Anatolia and the boast
of Greeks that they will recover Saint
Sophia within a year, Moslem autho authorities
rities authorities have, doubled the guard about
the great mosque and take special
precautions to prevent Greeks and
Armenians from entering.
. . ";
.The exhibition of a ten -dollar Unit United
ed United States bank note with the words
"First National Bank of Brazil"
showing prominently on it has just
led toa discussion in the chamber of
deputies at Rio de Janeiro as to the
wisdom of having Brazilian national
currency printed in the United States,
as is new done. The note was issued
by a rational' bank of Brazil, Indiana,
but some of the deputies evidently
were not aware that such 'a city ex existed.
isted. existed. ..
' -v'
"If I conclude my arrangements to
secure American capital to finance
my campaicrn, I feel reasonably sure
of being elected king of Hungary,"
declares Etienne Crouy Chanel, who
claims his family to be the only liv living
ing living descendants of the ancient kings
of Hungary, the Arpado, whose line
lost the "crown six centuries ago, it
finally passing- to the Hapsburgs.
. ;
The destroyer Broke, which the
Chilean government has purchased
from Great Britain, together with the
battleship La Torre and the destroy destroyer
er destroyer Faulkner, figured in a notable epi episode
sode episode during the war.. In 1917 the
j Broke, commanded by Capt. Evans,

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SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

RATES Six line, maximum one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month,. $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance.
LAKE WEIR Two completely fur fur-rUhed
rUhed fur-rUhed cottages for sale at Wood Wood-mar,
mar, Wood-mar, Eastlake; running water,
bathroom, toilet, acetylene gas, two
bedrooms in each house. For prices
and particulars, apply to David S.
Woodrow, Box 58L Ocala. Fla. 9-tf
BARGAIN FOR QUICK SALE
1918 Model Dodge Touring car. See
Mr. Sheppard at at Lewis-Chitty
Company. 4-14t
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
suitable for sleeping apartments or
- for light housekeeping. Phone 5G1,
or call at 734 Wenona St. 8-6ty
FOR SALE Lot heavy wrapping
paper, 4 to 5 feet square. Just the
thing for packing furniture, etc.
Price 3 cents a pound. Apply at
Star office. 10-3t
FOR SALE A Ford roadster, 1920
model. Has been driven less than
" 2500 miles. Inquire at 725 South
Third St., Ocala. 10-6t
LOST On Morriston and Ocala road
a tan suitcase, Sept. 9. Reward for
same. M. F. Staton, H. & W. B.
Drew Co., Jacksonville, Fla. 10-6t
WANTED Furnished house close
in.
Address "A. M. B.." care the
Star office.
' 10-6t
FOR SALE Baby bed or crib. Call
phone 304. ll-6t
FOPw RENT Desirable furnished
rooms suitable for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. Apply at 403 Fort King ave avenue.;
nue.; avenue.; 11 -6t
FOR SALE Good Jersey cow. Fresh
Oct. 1st. H. S. Wesson. 13-3t
STRAYED From my home yearling
Jersey heifer, rust. color, horns one
inch long. No marks. Reward for
information or return. IL S. Wes Wesson.
son. Wesson. 13-3t
LOST 31 x '4 U. S. plain tfre on rim
Sunday on Orange Avenue, Shady
Grove or Silver Springs road. Lib Liberal
eral Liberal reward for return to the Star
office. 13-3t
FOR RENT Furnished apartment
.'for light-housekeeping. Apply to
603 East Second St. 14-tf
FOR SALE Four Duroc Jersey
gilts, thoroughbred, 10 months old,
fine shape; price $20 each; 25 lay
ing hens and one cockerel, price $1
each. Must sell at once. Box 111,
Citra, Fla.- 17-lt
WANTED Buggy in good condition,
cheap for cash. Geo. D. Thompson,
Route A, Orange Avenue. 14-3t
WANTED Contractor to move house
one-half mile. Apply to B. H.
Sanders. 14-3t
WANTED To rent a furnished
house or rooms for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Permanent. Address,
"Housekeeper," care tSar. 14-6t
FOR SALE Second hand boy's
wheel and school books, all in good
condition. Apply Carter's Bak Bakery.
ery. Bakery. : 14-3t
the Antarctic explorer, with the de destroyer
stroyer destroyer Swift, engaged six German
destroyers. The Broke sank two,
torpedoed another and rammed one.
.
Gambling which flourished in Lis Lisbon
bon Lisbon to an extrordinary degree after
the armistice has suffered a severe
check at the hands of the new gov government
ernment government headed by Premier Bapista.
Up to two months ago, the gambling
houses remained undisturbed but
since Baptista's government took of office
fice office the Jaw has been rigorously en enforced
forced enforced and today there are few visible
signs of the prosperity the gamblers
have enjoyed for a -year.
.
The South American station of
Harvard University's observatory,
tucked away in the Peruvian Andes
near the city of Arequipa, in the old
Inca empire, boasts of the largest
photographic apparatus in the world.
It is a huge telescopic camera with
a 24-inch lens which has been of
great aid to science ;in its observa observations
tions observations ol the southern skies.
'
Many of the Russian nobility who
fled from bolshevism to France now
meet its chief requirements that all
must work with their hands that they
may eat. The roster of deposed roy royalty
alty royalty is long but every few days there
comes to public, knowledge the situa situation
tion situation of another Russian person of
prominence whom adversity has not
conquered. A large dairy farm has
been established near Paris by Count
Paul Ignatieff, where members of
that family and "some of their noble
friends are reconstructing their fortune.

What have you to tell
. .. A

or tr&di?

0;i. Eyesight is such a prec-
?Ious thing that it should

p-. oe treasurea ana guara-
see ry ea srith the most zealous
.wt care.
K. J. WHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Speeiallsr
ft
mm
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. life
if Barney Tresis Tlichi
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DAVIES, The Tire Man
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Pliones 433-70.
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