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OGALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1920
VOL. 2G, N0.-225
HAGEIET FOR T
Entire Power of Department of Jus Justice
tice Justice Will Comb Country for Men
Responsible for Wall Street
, (Associated Press)
' New York, Sept. 18. Convinced
that the explosion which resulted in
the loss of 35 lives and the injury of
00 peopfe in Wall street Thursday
was deliberately planned byradicals,
officials, of the department of justice,
headed by: Attorney General Palmer
himself, today spread a dragnet over
the country to trap the originators.
Rewards of $20,500 spurred the police
and others to ferret out all clues.
WANT TO IDENTIFY THE DEATH
Detectives and witnesses continued
to crowd police headquarters, where
officials are still seeking to identify
the death wagon. Apparently more
progress was. being made from an ex examination
amination examination of the horse than-of the
wagon. Officials declared they had
been unable yet to identify the wagon
CONFIDENT THAT THE CRIMI CRIMINALS
NALS CRIMINALS WILL BE CAUGHT
Confidence that the American an anarchist
archist anarchist fighters who are believed now
to have caused the explosion would be
brought to justice was expressed by
Chief Flynn of the department of. jus justice
tice justice investigators who v is in charge
under tha personal supervision of At Attorney
torney Attorney General Palmer.
THE SAME OLD CROWD
" : '',.-... ;:: -;-
' Mr. Flynn ; said the similarity of
circulars found in a mail box near
Wall street at the time of the ex explosion
plosion explosion to those, found at the scene of
various bomb explosions in June of
last year indicated that the same
crowd of terrorists was responsible
for both outrages.
"We fcolved the mysteries of last
year'3 bombs," he said, J'but were
frustrated In bringing the criminals
to justice when Alfredo Salesedo
jumped from a fourteenth story win window
dow window during the night and committed
suicide. That tipped our hand and
the crowd got safely out of the coun country
try country before we could nab them."
FIRST TANGIBLE CLUE
' Receipt by department of justice
agents last night of five radical cir circulars,
culars, circulars, signed "American Anarchistic
Fighters," which were found in a
mail box at Cedar street and Broad Broadway
way Broadway at 11:58 a. m., Thursday, furnish furnished
ed furnished the first tangible clue, they said,
to the icfentif y jof the persons who
were responsible for the explosion in
Wall street, which three minutes later
killed 35 persons, injured 200 others
and caused property damage running
into the millions.
In making public the circulars,
which were printed oh cheap pacer
seven by eleven inches, Chief William
J. Flynn of the bureau of investiga investigation
tion investigation of the department of justice, call called
ed called attention to the fact that the
bombs sent in the nation-wide bomb
plot on June 2, 1919, were wrapped
in circulars announcing the coming
of revolution and signed "Anarchis "Anarchistic
tic "Anarchistic Fighters."
NOTICE FROM THE
' REGISTRATION OFFICER
As there is not enough work here
to keep him busy six days in the
week," Supervisor Barco will return to
his home at Cotton Plant this evening,
and not return until Thursday. After
this, until the time of registration
ends, he will be in his office at the
courthouse every Thursday, f Friday
and Saturday He will open his office
on those days at 8 a. m., and keep
open until 6 p. m. Both white and
colored, male and female, should go
to register during those hours. Uncle
Dan will see to it that everybody is
attended to and that they do not get
. in each other's way. ..
About thirty colored women have
registered to date. ;
Supervisor Barco says the name of
Freida L. Weihe was left off, the list
printed Wednesday, and that Nettie
F. Martin should be Nettie G. Mar Mar-tin.
tin. Mar-tin. These mistakes were made by the
This week's experience shows that
there will be no difficulty nor un unpleasantness
pleasantness unpleasantness in Ocala in registering
women, so let all entitled to vote go
and have their names put on the
After your patronage. Our hook
is baited with good service. Federal
CARRIER BOY WANTED
Boy wanted to carry the third
ward. Must have wheel. Apply
at Star office. School boy can
do the work after school hours.
THE POLISH LIIIE
Fighting Goes Against the Reds
Along 'Two Hundred and
. (Associated Press)
Warsaw, Sept.' 18 Lutsk has been
captured by the Poles, who have won
successes along a front of approxi approximately
mately approximately 240 miles. The towns of Ka Kami
mi Kami en. and Kaspirzki have been taken,
the soviet losjng a thousand prison
MAURICE E. ROBINSON
Not only the friends he made in
Ocala during the almost score of
years he lived here, but hundreds,
perhaps thousands, all over this state
and others, will be saddened to know
that Maurice E. Robinson, probably
better known as "Sunny Jim," passed
away at St. Luke's hospital in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville early this morning. The
cause of his death was blood poison poisoning.
ing. poisoning. He had severar teeth pulled a
few days' ago, and his system, was not
strong enough to stand the shock.
Mr. Robinson and his family came
to Ocala about twenty years ago.
They made a well-liked and esteemed
place for themselves in the commu community,
nity, community, and it was with great regret
that ourt people saw them remove to
Orange Park near Jacksonville in
Mr. Robinson was -one of thie best-
known and most alert shoe salesmen
in the South. He knew Florida by
heart. . .. -
He had seen much of life, having
been in other callings before he be became
came became a commercial traveler. In this
he excelled. He had customers in eve every
ry every town, and a friend for every mile
He was always glad to return to
Ocala and clasp hands with his
friends, of which the Star was one.
He leaves beside' his widow, two
daughters, Misses Fannie and Rose
bud, and his son, Emmett E. Robin-
fson, a successful business man of
Jacksonville. All these have close
claim on Ocala, as well as the mem memory
ory memory of his youngest son, Julian, who
died here some seven or. eight years
The remains will be laid to rest in
Savannah Monday. .We join their
other friends in sincere sympathy for
At the request of the postmaster
general the United States Civil Ser Service
vice Service Commission has announced an
examination to be held at Ocala, Fla.,
on Oct. 13, 1920, for the. position of
postmaster at Dunnellon. This office
has an annual compensation of $1400.
To be eligible for this examination
an applicant must be a citizen of the
United States, must actually reside
within the delivery of the office and
have so resided at the time the pres present
ent present vacancy occurred. : r
Applicants must have reached their
twenty-first but not s their sixty-fifth
birthday on the-date of the examina
Application form 2241 and full in information
formation information concerning the require requirements
ments requirements of the' examination may be se secured
cured secured from the postmaster at the
place of vacancy or from the Civil
Service Commission, Washington, D.
C. Applications should be propertly
executed "and filed with the commis commission
sion commission at Washington, D. C, in time to
arrange for the examination of the
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
. .Rev. W. FCreson, Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. L. M.
11 a. m.r Morning service. Subject,
A Striking Contrast Moses, and
8 p. m. Evening service,. Subject,
"Whose is This Image and Super Superscription."
9:45 a. m. Sunday school:
The rector will conduct services on
Sunday morning at the regular hours.
. ... ...
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service
.8 p. m. Wednesday.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
ort King Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended to
J. D. McCaskill. N. G.
S IL R. Luffman, Secretary.
Youll profit by reading the ads in
every clay's Star. .
LOVER COMES THE
COST OF LIVING
A Drop of Four and a Half Per Cent
in August Reported by the
Department of Labor
-Washington, Sept. 18. A drop of
four and a half per cent in the general
level of wholesale prices during Au August
gust August is reported by the department of
labor. Foodstuffs showed the great greatest
est greatest price recessions, averaging more
than 12 per cent. Farm products de declined
clined declined nearly six per cent and cloth clothing
ing clothing 534 per ''cent. ; Fuel, metals and
house furnishings showed an in increase.
crease. increase. BREAD WILL BE
EXPENSIVE IN BRITAIN
V London, Sept. l.With bread sell selling
ing selling at 25 cents a loaf and soon to.be
raised to 30 and later perhaps to 35
cents, England is harvesting this sea season
son season the smallest wheat crop since the
early days of the war. Production of
barley, on the other hand, will show a
material increase over that of the last
The reasons for this state of affairs,
according to Professor James Long,
a well-known agricultural expert are
government control and beer. The
price of wheat and oats is regulated,
but no restrictions have been placed
on that of barley. As' the market
price of barley is exceptionally high,
farmers planted that grain instead of
wheat and oats. ; J ?
' Professor Long shows that since
1918 wheat has been reduced by 679, 679,-000
000 679,-000 acres, or more than one-third of
the present area, while oats, alsoVan
important" bread stuff, has fallen off
by 512,000; acres. "On the basis of
wheat," he says, "this means a loss
of bread grain equal to some 38,000, 38,000,-000
000 38,000,-000 bushels, or sufficient to feed 7, 7,-500,000
500,000 7,-500,000 persons. It is a curious com commentary
mentary commentary on, the fact that the barley
crop has considerably increased, and
that in consequence beer has so far
occupied the position of bread." ;
The country has fewer cattle than
in any year since 1903 and 5,330,000
less sheep than lhe average of the 10
years from 1904 to 1913,. The de decrease
crease decrease in cattle "since last year is
more than 500,000 head, v
ONE GOOD JOB FOR
; THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS
, (Associated Press)
Paris, Sept. 18.Finland and Swe Sweden
den Sweden have agreed to accept the invita invitation
tion invitation of the League of Nations for
settlement of the dispute over pos possession
session possession of the Aland isalnds.
McSWEEN Y PASSED BAD NIGHT
BUT DIDN'T PASS AWAY
London, Sept. 18. Terence Mc Mc-Sweeny
Sweeny Mc-Sweeny passed a very bad night
without sleep. He was in a state of
complete exhaustion this morning,
the thirty-seventh day of his hunger
strike. .- ."
The Klenzo Family complete is now
on display at Gerig's Drug Store., tf
SWINE SHOW AT STATE FAIR
Depicts Development of One of Florida's Host Inportant
Jacksonville. The; possibilities of
hog raising in Florida will be very
clearly demonstrated in the swine
fcuildings at th e Florida State Fair,
Jacksonville, November 18-27, inclu inclu-alve.
alve. inclu-alve. The swine Industry is becoming
more and more a .factor In Florida's
prosperity and development. The State
Fair has done much to illustrate Its
p3ssibilities and the showing this year
: s i.
Onion Cherry King, Jr., Eth, Owned by Highland Oaks Farm, Burdett Loom is,
" Jr General Manager, Pierce, Florida.
Will be even more remarkable than,
heretofore, judging by the number of
entries already received from all
parts of the State.
The animals gathered at the State
alr, grown In Florida, and fed on
Sliorlda-grown feeds present a fores-
Will Make Three Speeches and is Ex-
pected to Take a Stand on the
(Associated Press) ;
San Francisco, Sept. 18. -Governor
Cox faced a busy day today with
three speeches before the civic league,
commercial club and in Oakland. The
nominee leaves tomorrow for Los An Angeles.
geles. Angeles. It is expetced he will devote
further attention in today's ad addresses
dresses addresses to the Japanese immigration
question, which is a burning issue in
SPECIAL GUESTS ON HONOR :
AT AMERICAN LEGION MEET
Cleveland, O.,. Sept. II. Fifty-four
Americans still living of the 78; who
were awarded congressional medals
of honor in the world war, the high highest
est highest military honor that can be be bestowed
stowed bestowed on an American soldier, have
been invited by the Cleveland conven convention,
tion, convention, committee to be its guests of
honor at the second national conven convention
tion convention of the American Legion to be
held here Sept. 27, 28 and 29. All
their expenses will be paid by the
committee. : r'
Enough of the 54 have already ac accepted
cepted accepted the invitation to assure the
success of the first reunion ever held
of the country's highest honor men.
It is proposed to nave the medal of
honor men f qrm a permanent organi organization
zation organization while they are here.
- Among those "who have -accepted
thus far are: Ralyn Hill, Oregon, I1L;
Benjamin Kaufman, Brooklyn, N. Y.;
Sidney G. Gumpertz; New York; Jno.
L, Berkley, .Blairstown, Mo.; Joseph
B. Adkison, Atoka, Tenn.; M. Waldo
Hatler, Neosho, Mo.; Harold I. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Denver, Colo.; Earl Bv Gregory,
Chase City, Va.; Alan L. Eggers, New
York; E. R. Talley. Russelsville, Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, and James C. Dozier, Rockhill,
s. c, r-s-
"As the outstanding heroes of the
American Expeditionary Force these
54 men, whose deeds of conspicuous
gallantry won for them the congres congressional
sional congressional medal. will be. treated royally
here," said Colonel C. C. Cambers-
general, convention chairman. "The
bravery citation of each man stands
out like a beacon light in American
JACK JOHNSON WILL GO :
'.z QUIETLY TO JAIL
(Associated Press)" ..'.:''
Chicago, Sept. 18. Jack Johnson,
former world's champion nueilist.
has decided to drop the fight for re
lease from conviction of violating the
white slave law and nreisared to
- mt jg-
leave tonight for Leavenworth prison
to serve a year s sentence.
BURNED A HOLE IN TAMPICO i
Mexico City, Sept. 17. Forty
buildings, including stores and a
wharf were destroyed by fire in Tam Tam-pico
pico Tam-pico yesterday.
Advertising builds business. .-
ful argument for the continued devel development
opment development of this most Important indus industry.
try. industry. "-:7:-:v
These exhibits also mark the pass passing
ing passing of the old time "razor-back" which
until not so very long ago, held sway
In the State almost to the exclusion
of all other members of the pig fam family.
ily. family. Now, however, there are a large
number of pure bred herds and more
are being developed annually. The
result Is, of course, larger returns on
the Investment for the hog raiser.
The State Fair's swine departmem
is pointing the way to bight er stan standards
dards standards in breeding and feeding ad
Incidentally to fc&ser prcCta.
Delegation of Ex-Service Men Called
on the President at the White
. ;v-'.- - House
. (Associated Press)
Washington, ; Sept. 17. A delega delegation
tion delegation of Veterans of Foreign Wars,
which has just closed its convention
here, called on President Wilson to today
day today to extend greetings. The presi president
dent president said he regretted his physical
condition prevented his attending the
sessions of the convention. -WHAT
WILL THE WETS SAY NOW
The Veterans of Foreign Wars at
the closing session of their annual
convention voted won a resolution
disapproving adoption of the prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition amendment to the constitution.
There were a few votes against re rejection.
jection. rejection. '". ',
EIGHT TO ONE AGAINST OCALA
The game Friday between Ocala
and Brooksville was not so interest interesting,
ing, interesting, particularly to Ocala, as that of
the day f before. Brooksville won by
8 to 1.-5-: -'.--
As we "said after the first game,
Brooksville has a fine team and one
that no team in Florida .needs feel
ashamed of losing to. Our boys are
not sore over their defeat, and the
only reason they give for it is the
true one. "They outplayed us," said
an Ocala boy, and he .expresses the
sentiment of the' team.
We hope to have Brooksville with
us again next year.
RUSSIA AS VIEWED BY v
A GERMAN COMMUNIST
Brunswick, Germany, Aug. 31.
August Merges, a German communist
leader who has just returned from
Moscow, says that "bolshevism as
practiced in Russia is not Simon pure
unadulterated communism. The cost
of living there is excessively high;
paper money is wiped out with paper
money and people generally have the
Merges, a little hunchbacked jour journeyman
neyman journeyman tailor, who staged the com communist
munist communist revolt in Brunswick in 1919,
warns his comrades against settling
"Politics in Russia are controlled
by the communist party, which counts
600,000 members, several hundred
thousands of whom are office seekers
and political hangers-on wh are not
to be trusted," Merges declared in an
address on his Russian discoveries.
.He declared that the Russian sys system
tem system was not suited foTGermany, be because
cause because of its rigid centralization com combined
bined combined with a, tedious bureaucracy, and
its imitation of capitalistic methods.
He told the Moscow reds, he said,
that 'the German communists did not
propose to take orders from them,
HUMANE WORKERS WILL
MEET SOON IN OMAHA
. Omaha, Neb., Sept. 18. Humane
workers of the nation will gather
here next month for the 44th annual
convention "of the American Humans
Among those announced as coming
to the convention are Senator Peter
G, Gerry of Rhode Island, whose
tatner practically founded child pro protection
tection protection work in the United States,
which in turn has been a model for
the rest of the world; Mrs. Anita
Baldwin, of California, daughter of
"Lucky" Baldwin) and Ernest K.
Coulter, general manager of the New
York Society, for Prevention of Cruel Cruelty
ty Cruelty to Children, the first of its kind
and the largest child protection so
ciety in the world. Mr. Coulter was
also founder of the Big Brother move movement,
ment, movement, according to the announcement.
Klenzo Antiseptic destroys all
germs in the mouth, throat and nasal
channel; 25 and 50 cents at Gerig's
Drug Store. ; tf
V Early Press Photography.
It was at San Remo In 1SS0 that
press photography made one of its ear earliest
liest earliest offensives. Its objective was the
Crown Prince Frederick, who was then
living at San Remo In. the hope of a
cure for the throat trouble which even eventually
tually eventually killed him. Some enterprising
American papers had sent over young
women to represent them, hoping that
their sex would secure them .special
privileges and they were foremost In
keeping their batteries constantly turn turned
ed turned on the balcony of the hotel where
Frederick sat of an afternoon. :
screen was put up to shelter him from
the cameras, but headed by the young
promen.Jhe reporters stormed the ho hotel
tel hotel roof and continued their inquisition
R. A. MASONS
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. J.B R. A. on the fourth
Friday in, erery month at 8 p.m.
IL S, Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary.
Appearance of Large Force of State
Troops Seems to Have a
Birmingham, Sept. 18. The pres presence
ence presence of live companies of militia to together
gether together with reports that the legisla legislature
ture legislature plans speedy consideration of a
bill providing for a state commission
to regulate the ecal industry, had a
quieting effect in the coal strike dis districts
tricts districts today.
DESCHANEL HAS RESIGNED
French Assembly Will Elect His Snc-
cesser Thursday Next
Paris, Sept. 18. The national as assembly
sembly assembly will elect a successor 'to Pres President
ident President DesChanel, whose resignation is
in the hands of Premier Millerand,
NO REDUCTION IN
GERMAN TAX RATE
Cologne, Sept. 1. Higher taxation
- uvvv umimupwvj. aiw al alternative
ternative alternative possibilities for Germany,
Dr. Koch, German -minister of home
affairs, has just told leading public
men in a conference v on the ecnomic
and political situation of Rhenish
Dr. Koch declared' he could not see
the faintest possibility of any reduc reduction
tion reduction of the tax schedules which had
already been drawn up and approved.
Dr. Koch was overwhelmed' with com complaints
plaints complaints about the shortage of dwell dwellings
ings dwellings and the paralyzing effect of the
present export and import ; regula regulations.
Discussing the unity of empire, the
minister announced that a special
commission comprising members of
the federal council, had been organ
ized to study the problems affecting
the new alignment of the federal
TOO MANY COOKS
SPOILED THE BROTH
Southampton, Eng., Aug. 31
When Mr. Nicholson, the designer of
Shamrock IV., arrived in England, he
placed the superior seamanship of the
Resolutes' captain and crew among
the reasons for the challenger's fail
ure to lift the America's cup.
Members of. the Shamrock's crew
who have returned to England, resent
the slur winch they consider Mr.
Nicholson has thrown upon their ef
ficiency as yachtsmen and declare that
the Shamrock's faulty handling was
largely due to. the interference of
Arthur Diaper, one of the crew, said
in an interview .with the Associated
Press correspondent it was a case of
too many cooks and he pointed to the
fact that the only occasion Captain
Burton was free from interruption -and
advice the Shamrock won. Diaper
saia an 01 we crew leit convinced
that had a 'professional skipper been
in full command Shamrock would
have won the first three races. He
claimed that she could point as closa
into the wind as the Resolute, but the
latter was superior in reaching.
He declared that the Shamrock was
very awkward to handle, and her can canvas
vas canvas was about three. times as heaw
as that of the Resolute. The halliards
were arranged in such a manner that
tremely difficult. What could be done
by ten men on the 23-meter Shamrock
requireu ou 10 oo on anamrocK lv. ua
one occasion in setting the mainsail
they had 26 men on the halliards and and-could
could and-could not move the sail.
"In fact," said Diaper, "I have
never before seen such heavy canvas
on a racing yacht." And then, on the
return of the yacht to Citv Island.
after the races, they found a com complete
plete complete set of light racing canva3 for
"Another fault." continued Mr.
Diaper, "is the constant changing of
gear which was in progress through throughout
out throughout the period of the races. The top topmast
mast topmast was changed no lese than seven
times, in the course of three week3
and eventually they finished with the
Loose-leaf composition books now
on sale at The Specialty Shop, A. E.
KNIGHTS OF PTTHIAS
Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventicas"
held every Monday evening at 7:23
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
J. W. Akin, aC
Chas. K. Sage, K, of VL & S.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we 'sell is guaranteed. We'ra
fighting for QUALI1Y not priess. if
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 132Q
Pebltebed Every Day Except Sanday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
told them about it their old, 'gray-
headed grandfathers that fought for
white supremacy in he sixties, and
their fathers, who were ready
fight again, against the force
twenty-five years later. But
WORLD NEWS NOTES
With the crumbling of Turkish au
to thority and influence, the fez, the
bill, badge which all Turkish subjects,
they Christians. Jews and Turk3 alike, are
wouldn't believe it no', the average j supposed to wear, is rapidly disap-
woman, who in her brief life has j pearing. Although the Moslems stiu
i v. jvaiei, srcrtary-Treaarerj mjghty tree of experience, that has eo longer cling to them slavishly in-
j. rU..... itflkcn sixtv centuries to erow. thmks dnars Koon tne Turks may ne wear-
she clanted it. Now. there are a num-hnsr hata with brims in Constantino-
Kntered at Ocala, Fia., postoffice as bey f ro women that have some pkv Moslems in other parts of Tur-cond-claas
matter. .. u . . ... i .
, umer tutat ; 111 view ji r; icgcsvciiug H.ey jiisiit i mic iuuiwuiuicuau iu
" telephones than voting the; republican ticket, cap: tal lost their religion long ago
MtafM o.a ... w-w They want good i government, good through their desire to imitate the
LUttort! lleirtiaet ..... .Two-Severn I towns and good SChOOIS and Will d0 infidel?.
SiM-iety Hrter Uv;:. -j,, w fhem. Of conrKP. if a
Inf. nf bvsterical newsnanera. orators I The movement to organize a rent
jassr.nsia associated Pftiiss ; P;tizens start a fiVht on them, strike in London as a nrotest against
Th Associated Press is "exclusively !x ... I j v ; j u .ktsi
entitled lor the use for republication or iney wiii resent it anu vuie uccoru- mgn prices firxaiigeu ujr
ail newB dispatches credited to it or ingly. The proper thing to do about Uniqn of Ex-Soldiers is "stated to be
2r.ohVToc this is? to PIay tlie Same" tlh makinS Progress; says the Times.
&n 7ht nf rfrmibiieation of special oMto ronnrnri roriefAT anr? rnf TTie-o The union I in nt trresent ensraed in
iispatches herein are also reaer?ed. I f f, .o.. fn TnnViJtrt!no'nPonl to siVn nleds-e forms
bandages for wounded soldiers now that they will cease to pay rent on
dosikstic suBSCiiiPTioN ates I let them tear off some of their old-j ihe issue of the strike proclamation
tno year, in advance ,. j fashioned ideas for the sake of good until prices are down by four shil
tv months, m aavance
Three months. In advance
One month, in advance ..
, ADVEriTisiNO hates good of the country.
Di3Uyi Plate 15 cents per inch ior
J.60 government. And let the newspapers! lings m the pound, vine number 01
f c.tnn cVinoVin Tlfnaf vf thorn rift it lnlpdwa ppninrpii has hppn tJTOVlSlon-
to sell papers rather than for the all'fixed at 2,000,000.
5.""" r. .It iliiMona.L Comoosi- WTdnOM IS RTAPKF.n
uon charea on ads. thatf run less than nrip wni?na tained by the South African govern-
m. ni-djij i v, i jn noon
The property of Germans to. the
value of 9,000,000 pounds is to be re-
mi-r t moil CeillB Per limit.
position 20 per cent additional, xl&ies
t.:' iln,.h rein mum. Less tnan
" rrh will take higher rate.
ment as a loan repayable in 30 years
lour lutna ..... - I
which will be lurnisnea uptm tt.v- r.mT,lipf in rTHa k
.je ir""t' i i iiaa liiiLiiiteu a uiujjiign gtmiow
utjt.? N(irei 5 cents per line ir
first inftertloii; 3 cents Pr line Jp j CI
The new Italian Premier
many "sharks" as profiteers in food
er .we I. . J-fi ... i
ibseattsnt lasertion. u ( ..- v juiiu ciuniiiig ie wucu va
week allowed .on rftaders wunoui
composition charges. ,oto
Legal advertisements it legal rates.
TT HAS ALWAYS been the policy of this bank to
J- manifest a friendly, personal interest in the wel welfare
fare welfare of depositors. We do not merely wlsli for the
-success of our depositors; we vorK for their success,
realizing that their interests of the bank are closely
bound up with the welfare of its customers.
"E STRIVE to meet the requirements of our cus customers
tomers customers in a manner consistent with right bank
COMMIT THESE TO MEMORY
Florida Democratic Presidential
''':-'; : Electors
Charles E. Jones
J. G. Sharon
P. Y. Corr
V, V. Knott
C. B. Vells
Pothunters, says Leach, are killing
day, harhieh' thev have been heavily fined or
And askt, "What sort of people- in committed to prison whenever detect detect-this
this detect-this land?" e(j. Large fortunes have been accu-
The prophet answered, lilting nappy muated by many of these extortion-
hand: ers bv selling foodstuffs secretly at
"Well, lnend, wnat son oi people exorbitant prices.
whence you came?" ;
. . ...
' What sort?" the traveler snorted rainat Rai. one of the leading na
..." m I v rfJC' w-
"knaves and fools! tive iawVers of India, who is to pre
"Well," said the prophet, "When your side at the Indian National Congress
fervor cools, in Calcutta this month, was a pohti-
Youll find the people here the .very cai exne in New York for four years.
j During this time, 1916 to 1920, he
theqt12.il. Sheriff should straightway Another danger at the dusk drew was the fmst Se m ny czl
1 Rambler Speedster ......... .$200
1 Ford Truck $273
1 Dodge Touring ...$430
1 Overland 90, Touring $S50
1 Reo Touring
1 1918 Maxwell Touring.
1 1920 Maxwell Practically New
1 Reo Speedwagon Truck Prsctly New
t1. -su v n M) w ixj, uvenanu una wiiiys-iininiii .cs
OCALA - FLORIDA
omouSi dominion of the British Em Empire,
pire, Empire, there clusters the memories of
many battles for home rule.
"ioak them in jail.
mnvomfnB for Trima's frpp.dom
And paused to ask, "What sort of d a!' the J1
"Well, friend, what were the people
whence you came?
VAh," smiled the stranger, "they were
good and wise." . .
"Then," cried the prophet, laughing
in his eyes,
rYouH find the people here the very
GOOD CITIZEN OF
FLORIDA HAS PASSED
All that wa3; mortal of Charles A.
Everybody was so busy with the
Wall street explosion that they forgot
McSwecny for twenty-four hours.
Dispatch from Kansas says the peo people
ple people there are "weary hearing about
the league of nations. Almost every everybody
body everybody else i3.
There are more white women than
colored in Florida, and they are" bet better
ter better ere pared to vote. If they refuse
to register, it's their own fault.
Tom T7atson savs that if Hard-
v, -fin-A Qfotoo Avommotit ralld Carson of Kissimmee, was laid to rest
r.t. trnnn for anv Durnose that in the Silent City of .the -Dead in that
TT.J4.,-;vi. AAn, TTnrd J tflace Wednesday evening Of this
wick would oppose the order. It's week. Charles .'A.. Carson was a for-
euch remarks as this that causa, the mer state senator aim &rvu
Star to maintain that Watson is a senate with II. H.McCreary for sey-
fool as well as a. traitor. ; : erai terms.
educator oi marneu aDinty, ana was
Pnlirir has centered heretofore on for many years a member, of the
the front and editorial pages of the board of trustes of Columbia College,
newspapers, but times have changed. Lake City. Mr. Carson was a Bap Bap-V7e
V7e Bap-V7e see in the society columns of one list in religion and served several
of our neighbor papers where a prom- terms as president of the Morula
inent matron may mate the race for Baptist convention. In Kissimmee,
a seat in the legislature.-r-Leesburg Mr. Carson's home town, he was lden lden-Commercial.
Commercial. lden-Commercial. v tified withvarious commerciarenter-
V.rell, isn't that the place for it? pnses until m neaitn necessitateu ins
retirement xruiu jjusiuesB m huuoiji.
"r UrA A0vfi,et Jqotio f Mr; Carson was for several months
"LAKE COnics" and we believe that under treatment in a hospital mal mal-V.'iilis
V.'iilis mal-V.'iilis Powell will make the newspa- timore, after which he returnedi to
per toys sit up and take notice with his home apparently much improved
his new publication. In addition, it in health. Several weeks ago Mr.
is a good advertisement for Lake Carson, and his -wife went .to Dania
county. Leesburg Commercial. lo visit Mr. Carson V broker, John
Powell always thinks of something Bryan, and it was while there that
before anybody else does. There have Mr. Carson was taken ill and the end
Leen.a number of clever editors in came.; Carles Carson was a valua valua-Lake
Lake valua-Lake county, but he, a new comer, is hie man to the state, and in his death
the first to think of that appropriate the state has sustained a great loss,
and catchy phrase "LAKE COnics." and thousands of friends are extend extend-vicK
vicK extend-vicK Willi mA ns a eood ing their deepest sympathy to his
II -- O I . 1 -t t
Hindus and Moslems united in the
movement- having for its object the
self-government of India as an autbn-
idea or two. Our brain is tired.
i-ricna oi ours came in una muin- ... man thoir
ir.d said he and other friends had ... b
signed Langf ord's petition io the!
pardon board, not because tney want- EPW0RXII LEAGUE PROGRAM
ea rjni paraonea, nut out oi.4synipauiy
. i .1 A fTl
ior rsmotner.v poor excuse, xiy Subject Good Work; Finding It,
uia not utJ rigui .ur mi. Doing itf Leader. Albert Frampton
nor their fellow citizens." The Star r. ri, q,i;o
widow and children. The editor of
the News and family are among the
number, for they counted it a pleasure
has information from Tallahassee
that leads it to think ; Langf ord's
chances of a pardon are slender. But
if he is pardoned, people who helped
get hirn out of "the pen must bear
their share of the blame.
Song. Onward Christian Soldiers.
Scripture, Eccl. ix:10; Col. 3-22:25.
"Finding: Our Work"--C. C. Fraser.
Song, WOrk foj the Night is Com
Reading, "A Prayer for Work"-
Miss Alice Barrett.
A tic VltMvulrUVIV
. We are stuns again. We hav,e been
clipping extracts from a certain pre-English,
tentious and rather interesting pa- Mixed quartet, "Toiling On."
per, and commenting on them. Tother "Essentials for Good Work' G. J
day a batch of syndicate sparklets Crawford.
arrived at our table and after looking Sonsr. "Let the Lower Lights be
them over wistfully, for they were p,Urning."
Letter than anything we couJd write, now to Work" Miss Annie
we sadly consigned them to the J phoney
wastebasket. Next day, in' looking! Discussion.
over paragraphs in said pretentious Reading, "The Day's Work" A: R
paper, we thought we recognized Burhman.
them, and we surely r did, Tor they j OfTerin0-.
were identical copies of the syndicate
gerc-g we had turned down the day
Song, The Fight is On.
The Star doesn't think it is good I
nolicy for some Honda; pacers to
send up such a yell about the regis-
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published in Florida. Associat Associated
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and City news secured by com competent
petent competent reporters. Financial and
Market reports Sporting news
and various comic features. An
. exceptionally well edited ; con conservative
servative conservative editorial page. The
newrs columns are arranged so
the business man can get the
gist of the day's news easily.
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BAVIES, The Tire Man
School budgets in American cities
should be twice as large as before
the war, according to an analysis of
public school statistics just given out
by the Russell Sage Foundation. The
report maintains that teachers sal salaries
aries salaries should now.be double the pre
war figures in order tos obtain the
same quality of educational service.
The cost of school buildings is declar
ed to have trebled in the last five
lni1'i,:iillililiiMinil ii rfff ii'if TprTtatrra ii"- -f ii:Z.i"
A government committee which has
investigated the operation of the
eight-hour law enacted by the liberal liberal-socialist
socialist liberal-socialist Eden gdvernment in Sweden
has just recommended that the law
be suspended and revised. It advo advocates
cates advocates that the length of the working
day should be made dependent upon
a mutual agreement between employ employers
ers employers and employes and that some pro provision
vision provision be made for longer working
hours under certain circumstances.
Xi- .!: ''' "':"- '!
Cancellation of drders i by foreign
buyers amounting to 60,000,000 marks
suffered by a German firm of toy
makers on account of the recent more
favorable : standing of the mark
prompts the Tageblatt to observe
that the charge made against Ger Germans
mans Germans of being guilty of breach of
business -morals because in isolated
cases they used similar pretexts to
evade contract obligations no longer
holds good. The German toy makers
claim that shipments already oil. the
way and but of Germany have also
been refused acceptance, on the
ground that prices based on the re recent
cent recent improved status of the mark
exceeded world market prices.
Protest against the. assesment of
the United States income and excess
profits tax tpon" American citizens
and business firms residing and ope operating
rating operating abroad is voiced in a resolution
adopted Dy the Chamber of Commerce
of the United States, in Argentina and
sent to the government at Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. Amendment to the law is asked
on the ground that it is proving an
obstacle to' the development and ex extension
tension extension of United States foreign com commerce.
. i. :.
A novel way of avoiding the pay payment
ment payment of local taxation has been dis discovered
covered discovered by several" large families of
gipsies., in an encampment at Guild Guildford,
ford, Guildford, Ehgland.They own the land
and thus are liable to house duty.
There is a regulation," however, that
if the wheels of permanent, caravan
h'ime are turned completely rpund
once every year the owner is absolv absolved
ed absolved from duty: Consequently when
the tax collector calls at the camp
there is a general wheel turning.
Lyery caravan simultaneously moves
forward about two yards and the
"pses can live duty tree ior another
Threaded Rubber Insulation is
important to the storage battery m
the tungsten filament is to the elec electric
tric electric light. There are other insula insulations
tions insulations and other filaments but nens
that serve quite so well;
The Still Better Willard Battery
the onlypne with Threaded Rub"
ber Insulation, has been selected
by 136 manufacturers of cars and
OCALA STORAGE DATTEHY CO.
20 north ulsin Street
K Ocala, Florida
NOTICE OF SPECIAL
Don't fail' to visit the Guarantee
Jlotbinsr & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is. guaranteed. We're gnats and other insects; 25 cents the
fighting for QUALITY not prices. If bottle at Ceng's Drug Store. tf I
Notice is hereby given that a spec special
ial special meeting of stockholders of the
Citizens Investment Company of
Ocala will be held in the office of
Hocker & Martin on the 21st day ; of
September, 1920, at three o'clock in
the afternoon; that the object of said
meeting Js to determine whether or
not the cspital stock of the company
shall be increased to fifty thousand
dollars ($50,000) or any other sum
which may be legally vited.
Done by order of the 'president this
September Its, 1020."
9-4-Stsat Baxter Cam, Secretary.
"Goodnight" chases mosquitoes,'
Notify us if
any of our
4 4& U-tn-m -M.j.
Get the habit of reading lh& z.Zi,
KJ TS'ZS -3- 'Z:'-ZfZ?lS -LrO" 'Of w O C- W w -- -.if
Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock at
traticn of negro women. The negro th; churh the jadies of the Baptist
women of. this state, and other states,
didn t make any special effort to ob obtain
tain obtain the ballot, It was handed to
them, free, gratis, by white men and
women. And some of those who were
loudest in shouting for woman suf suffrage
frage suffrage are going to shudder and
squawk the most when they have to
stand in line behind their cooks and
vasherwomen at the polls. The men
church are urged to be in attendance
at the business and mission study
meeting of the Fanny R. Gary Mis Missionary.
sionary. Missionary. Society.
We have all kinds of tablets, inks,
pens, pencils, erasers, crayons and
school supplies at The Specialty
Shop, A..E. GEEIG.
YOU CAN SAVE
Od your shoe bills by having us re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoes. Our charges are
m6derate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. v
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig'a
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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, SEITEMBEH 18, 1920
I If you -have any society items,
J 'phone to five-one.
Negotiable Storage Reedpta I:
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
?d on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc.
lo:;g distakce aoviric
Use a good Klenzo Tooth Brush.
Sold only at Gerig's Drag Store, tf
V"Vi.N refill H
Gold Bar I C Peaches
Visit our store ; you will find a fresh line of groc groceries
eries groceries f nd prices right. Fruit and vegetables, also
fresh country eggs. Phone 562 and let us have
your order ready when you call. .
; ;fe',v'7 NMaflhoUa;,St?-:.;;
Mr. Laurie Izlar is a business visi visitor
tor visitor in Dunnellon today. ?
Open your mouth and close you
eyes. Federal bread, the taste tells. 3t
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Walters re
turned yesterday from a brief busi
ness trip to Jacksonville. ;
our line of 5c. tablets.
Shop,, A. EV GERIG.
Messrs. Frank Harris Jri and N. P.
Davis are business visitors to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville for a few days.
Guavas $1.95 per crate, plus ex express.
press. express. Shipped direct to customer.
Phone 218. W. A. Stroud. 15-4t
Mr. Louis Connor of Jacksonville,
motored to the icitr yesterday to
spend Sunday with his friends.
Fresh car Atlas cement just re received.
ceived. received. R. H. Todd Lumber Co. 16-3t
Miss Marguerite Edwards left this
afternoon to resume her sttidies. at the
Woman's College at Tallahassee.'
. Use Klenzo Creme and keep your
teeth white; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug
Store. 7 tf
Dr. E. G. Lindner was called to
Jacksonville yesterday on account of
the illness of Mr. M. E. Robinson.
Full line of garden seeds and onion
sets for fall planting now ready at
Bitting '& Company's Oqala. 13-5t
Mr. Carlton Ervin of St.. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, but a former popular Ocala
boy, is in the city greeting his many
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
Store. . 8-11-tf
I BEAF.1S,' CHANNELS AND ANGLES
L. SMITH, Jacksonville, Fla.
Prompt '.'shipments : vS'-'Bckk:
Mr. Tom Wallis leaves tomorrow
afternoon for Gainesville, where he
will enter the university Monday, for
the coming year. : V; :
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Once tried always used, Federal
bread, the best in the world. lC-3t
Mr. C. W. Hunter left last night
for Jacksonville, having been sum
moned to the bedside of Mr. M. E
Robinson, whose death occurred this
JF ..." tr.V .-i, v .-"Usi""" .---v mill i mm I i i
mi inns --RHiifiRFr
' rrn fir?
BS M .'f i 'it
nFDFNDARI F AFVfm IITFIV
t FAD HFAHArwrC
Guavas $1.95 per crate, plus ex
press, bnippea airect to customer.
Phone 218. W. A. Stroud. 15-4t
Sold everywhere by fumifuro dcalsr3
czia department stores
I is t. J
ENCIANDER SPRING BED Ctt
Jj3w5s-k -BrocSJrt ChleaJ
Ehd:-Ir?.i!;Ll, Long ia Succcisfiil
Us.?. ?rad by an Animsas
jrarrr.aduc, Ark. CpeaMns of
Thedford's Elack-Draught, which frora
Ions uc in hor household ha3 become
regarded as "the family mediclue"
Mrs. Mary E. Hill, of Route 1, thl3
"When tho children get bilious,. I
give them a couple cf good dos'-s, and
wlien we have sour stomach, headarfie,
or any liver or stomach trouble, we
use Black-Draught It Is an easy laxa laxative,
tive, laxative, and" scon docs the work. I cer
tainly think It is ono of the best rem
Black-Draught acts en th-j jr.det
liver, gantly, but positively, end heir heir-it
it heir-it in Its important function of tfcrjw
leg out waste materials and -pcis.on's
from the system.
In thousands of household Blcck Blcck-Draught
Draught Blcck-Draught is kept hr.ntly for iumediatc
s in time of need. Prompt treatment
often is half the battle, ar.d will often
' prevent slight ills from developing. m
to serious troubles.
Its '''well-established merit, durin;
1 more than 70 years of successf ui use.
should convincQ you of the helpful
effects obtainable by taking BUck BUck-Dr
Dr BUck-Dr aught for liver and stomach dis disorders.
orders. disorders. Get a package today, and
keep it in your house. ?ee that
the package bears the words,
Thedford's Black-Draught" KC-141
Joe Caldwell, for many years a
resident of Ocala, and superintendent
of the light and water plant, is now in
Ausrusta. Ga. Joe's Ocala friends
hope he is doing well.
Don'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. F.' L. Grantham .have
recently purchased from Col. R. F.
Rogers the house on Washington
street fronting the express office
property. Mr. and Mrs." Grantham
land family will later make, this place
FT 7!? TP
Tivo c! cur
Use" "Goodnight" and 'then go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.
Mrs. Adella Girton and son, Mr.
Henry Girton left several days ago
on account of Mrs. Girton health.
The friends they made ; during their
1 short stay in the city hope that they
will return later to continue to make
Ocala their home.
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W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
i Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. OSce over 5 and 10 cent store,
' ERYLES PERKINS
Funeral Directors EisMlEitrs
PARLORS pPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
. Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for WTiite
";.' People .Only'":.;''-;i' v':;-.;
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night
Mr. T. T. Pedrick left yesterday
afternoon for Tampa, where he will
make his future home, having accept accepted
ed accepted a position in the Exchange Nation
al Bank. Mr. Pedrick will be very
much missed in Ocala but his many
friendswish him every success in his
When you sigh, at every trouble,
trouble doubles every day, but when
you laugh at every trouble, it's a bub
ble blown, away smile!
A man that every reader of ex
changes loves says: "There is noth
ing so delightful as hearing or the
speaking of the truth. For this rea reason
son reason there is no conversation so agree
able as that of the man of integrity.
who hears without any intention to
betray and speaks without any inten
tion to deceive. ucn a person
should have a heart measure of 106
inches and wear pockets big enough
to hold watermelons.
Flowers are the world's tribute to
all classes, appreciated by the old and
the young, the hope of the bride and
the rosary of t! aged. Flowers are
as a call to the sick, to get well, to re return
turn return to renewed health and an inspir
ation to the ambitious to strike for
higher ideals, v Clusters of ( flowers
transform a hovel into a home, and a
wreath at a grave is the promise of
a reincarnation and wa3 it not Inger-
sol, the great agnostic, who was
touched to tears at the sight of beau
tiful flowers ? -
WTien your own thoughts are un
worthy, try the thoughts of others
who think more worthily," is a good
rule, and if all followed it this world
and all who dwell hereon would be
better. A great thinker and brilliant
writer advises one to become inter interested
ested interested in things, rather than people, so
that you will have things and not
mere people to talk about. "To dwell
upon the shortcomings of your erst
while friends or neighbors is a dan
gerous habit, and oftimes brings
about irreparable injuries. For a fact
the habit of 'talking about people m
dicates a poverty of intellect for
which there can be no excuse.,,
'"'..?-:'.: .", '-'
A French professor avers that the
greatest wealth of ideas, come to the
human mind between two and five
o'clock in the morning. Now we know
the world is asleep. Ideas may come
to a human mind at that witching
hour, but mighty few leave it.
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lieiievmg as we do in tne near
omnipotence of advertising, we 'have
to admit the one citadel that adver
tising has barraged in vain is the
bald head. As for man's hair it is of
few days, regardless of whether he
really knows whether he has hair or
not. Sometimes it is the remorseless
winds of time that sweep over a de
signing victim, then it is good-night;
he may medicate, massage, electrify,
singe: and shampoo. He. may ever
wear a four-leaf clover in his right
sock or carry a rabbit foot in his vest
pocket, he may metaphysically assert
that there is no such thing as a bald
head, but. by the far-flung pink of
moulting millions there is such a thing
and there is no advertised concoction
that will retard or restore it, no, not
by a hair. Advertising can help the
churches in their soul-saving, but
your hair, once it gets going the pace
that "balds," it's doomed to perdition
and lost -forever. The high price of
a haircut is all that consoles one
gentleman in this town, and he says
if he could only induce his wife to do
the shaving, he could beat the barber
shops to a standstill.
Isn't it funny how the average-girl
never hears of a transaction involving
an engagement ring, without wishing
she had a finger in it ?
- ,- -Dreaming
is said to be a vain and
idle sluggard' game. Maybe it is,
Solomon to the contrary notwith notwithstanding.
standing. notwithstanding. It's because a fellow now
and then needs to dream that he goes
o bed at all tho you've probably
been; laboring under the impression
that it is for the sake of rest that he
condescends to spend a third of his
if e wooing sleep.
It is a beautiful idea that every
person has with them a guardian
angel, and we believe it is true, for
O not conscience ever on the watch,
ready to warn of dangers? It is said,
too, that people are put on this earth
to prepare for a better and brighter
world. Then why should humanity
complain of what is just a prepara
tion for future happiness?
U-Serve '-.'.Cash and I
fif 3$ t-s Si t t
HAPPINESS CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND
In the dictionary.
Happiness should always be found
In every 'home.
We help make people happy
By GIVIVG THEM THEIRfMONEY'S
WORTH AND MORE.
Won't you let us help make you happy?
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"CASH ;AND CARRY. ;:
OcaIafcKoiise-RIocl ; r:; OCALA, FLA.
n ii. tii Lift a wirw-a-'t- s1-"
A G E N C Y
We Make a Specialty of Parts for lhe Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.
- GOODYEAR AND U.S. TIRES AND. TUBES. ;
Exclusive Ascnts tor "VESTA" BATTERY, IS Uh. Gssrsslec
An Up-to-Date Battery Service Station
Ve Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. . ;.
GASOLINE, OILS AND GHEAS12.
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting: is -now in. Ocalat Seed
WOODMEN OF TTTE WORLD
Our new electric sausage mill has
arrived. Phone your orders for the
choicest hamburger and home ground
sausage. Cook's Market and Groc Grocery,
ery, Grocery, rhone 213.
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 pi rn, every sec
ond and fourth Friday." Visiting sov
ereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Ch&s. K. Sage, Clerk.
A quality loaf thru and thru. Fed
era! Bread. M 16-St
OCALA LODGE NO. 285. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
The two furnished cottages which I the second and four Tuesday ev
am advertising in a column of this j nings of each month. Visiting bret
paper ior saie at juaxe weir near ren always welcome. .Lodge rooms
Eastlake, can be bought ;'at the low upstairs over Troxler'a and the Fook
price of SlfcUO sud $2600, respectively. Shop, 113 Main street.
David S. Wocdrow. Room 8, Ilerch-I C Y. Miller, E. R-
ant's block. 9-15-tf 1 E. J. Crook, Secretary.
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We now have orn hand a number of real up-to-date
Bed Room, Dining Room and Parlor Sets,
and considering the -quality the prices are ex extremely
tremely extremely reaaonable.
OUR LINE OF
"A place for everything and every
thing in its place," is mighty fine
preaching to enforce in the home.
We don't mean stiff discomfort, but
a satisfactory orderliness that makes
everyoody comiortaDie. li cniiaren
were taught that simple habit, grown
persons would be saved many annoy
ances and discomforts, and in some
hsmes we know a few "damns" would,
be forgotten. v'
There are persons in every town
who should daily ask the Lord : to
create in them a new heart and make
them see the beauties of the world
about them, the dew on the grass in
the mornings and the delicacies of the
spider's web) and blooming flowers;
the songs of the birds,-Jhe eternal
urge of the green and growing things.
They should ask Him to. make them
akin to the stars and the sky and the
young moon hanging low in the west,
to feel the warmth of the sun, the re refreshing
freshing refreshing coolness of the rains and the
bite of the frost which tinges blood
and awakens a soul to a new zest in
life. Most especially do they need to
ask the Lord to make them smile,
that they in turn could return "the
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
of every description will prove attractive to you durin
'good old summer's time." We have them f rem v
mum mimtm m .,m'm Vtsr wmmm1r
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Opposite Ocala National Bank
riorOi ElS3Slia St.
, --s-aj Vr-
JACKSONVILLE, rr02IDA ;
In the hears of the aity with Hemming Park f cr a frost yard.
Every modern convenionce ia each room. Dining rcora tcwizs is
second to none
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Eend As." .012 Will Find Llnny Darnnlr.s
OCALA EVENI2.G STAC, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER. 18, 1920
Temperature this morning, 68; this,
af iernoon, 88.
Don't forget that next Wednesday
is the Day of Atonement of the Jews,
and their stores will be closed all that
day. . - ..'
We can not make all the bread, so
we make the best. Federal System of
Bakeries of the South, Inc. 16-3t
Mr. L, S. Gossing of Oklawaha, Mr.
. R. Rail of Dunnpllmi and Contain
J. B. Martin of Oklawaha, were well
known visitors in town today.
mm ni n M -i i i i
Mr. G. T. Maughs Jeft this after afternoon
noon afternoon for a week's vacation, which he
will spend, at various places in the
southern part of the state.
Guavas $1.95 per crate, plus ex express.
press. express. Shipped direct to customer.
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THE MONROE DOCTRINE
AS VIEWED IN ARGENTINA
Mrs. Tom Barnes had a good at-
LCiiuaiict; anu line music ner
"scrip" dance Thursday. Some parties
came from far out in the country.
The next dance is Tuesday evening.
Frank P. Gadson, proprietor of
Gadson's Bazaar Store has returned
from a four weeks visit to New York
city, where he bought his fall and
holiday stock of goods, consisting of
the finest selection of the many lines
of merhaTu1iB tlia
Miss Marguerite Edward3 left this
afternoon to resume her studies at the
Woman's College at Tallahassee.
Buenos Aires, Aug. 24. The Mon Monroe
roe Monroe doctrine is not a doctrine of "Am "America
erica "America for the Americans" but of "Am
erica for tho. North Americans," de
clared Dr. Lueio M, Moreno Quintana,
an Argentine lawyer and a grandson
of a former president of the Argen Argentina
tina Argentina in an address jrecently before the
law students of -the University of
Buenos Aires in which he -attacked
the proposal made by President Brum
of Aruguay'last April for the forma formation
tion formation of an "American League."
President Brum's idea that the
league .should be based on a declara declaration
tion declaration by all Latin-American countries
similar to the Monroe doctrine which
would thus place them on a footing
of equality with the United States in
maintaining that doctrine, was assert asserted
ed asserted by Dr. Quintana to be a dangerous
one for Latin-America. He told the
students that the danger lay in
"North American imperialism," for
the Monroe doctrine was an imperial imperialistic
istic imperialistic doctrine solely intended to main maintain
tain maintain Jorth American hegemony over
the rest of the continent.
; Dr. Quintana contended that the
safety ; of Latin-American countries
law in the formation of a league ex exclusively
clusively exclusively among themselves, a Latin Latin-American
American Latin-American league of countries of the
same origin, analogous customs, sim similar
ilar similar language and professing "the
same ideals and aspirations. It should
be formed "with the end of uniting
their 'common interests and present presenting
ing presenting a defensive 'bloc' against North
.American imperialism and against
any European pretensions," though
he beileved the latter would be very
The recognition of the Monroe doc
trine in Article 21 of the pact of the
League of Nations was a matter, he
said, "upon whose consequences for
them, all the Latin-American coun countries
tries countries ought to meditate profoundly."
Although Dr. Brum's Pan-American
concept was that of equality and fra fraternity
ternity fraternity among all the nations of the
two continents, Dr. Quintana declared
that any one who considered that
the United States would pretend to
treat the rest of the countries of
America as equals and brothers was
Utopian. "-'"'. .- f; -.'
The Monroe doctrine, he continued,
"has served as an admirable instru instrument
ment instrument for the United States to sep separate
arate separate Europe from America and to
establish its hegemony over the lat latter.
ter. latter. The United States has been at
all times preoccupied in obtaining
concessions of every kind at the cost
of the sovereignity of the rest of the
American states." He argued that
the doctrine was dangerous because
it was "North "American imperialism
hidden under a principle of interna international
tional international law."
Eskimo's Peculiar Belief.
The Eskimo has a peculiar method
of seeking spiritual help to aid In the
health of his offspring, and also to
make him intelligent He foregoes any
set form of calisthenics, and studies
and depends entirely on magic. To
give' his son the strength of a bear he
sew s Into the boy's cap a" piece of
skin from the roof of a bear's mouth.
Desirous of having his offspring grow
Into an intelligent man, he sews a
piece of fox head Into the "clothing of
the boy, which Is. supposed to be n
sure method of endowing him with the
cunning of the fox.
Advertise In the Star.
n i a n it
iwlil kJi til Ukul
to 16 yeaFS
School opening creates a Big Demand for Children's
Dresses, and we are supplying this demand a great
deal cheaper than you can buy the cloth to make
These lots embrace some of the ;
nicest. Children's Dresses at a
price far below the present re retail
tail retail price.
Nicely made dresses for the little tots. Good colors.
Dainty checks and pretty plaids. Dandy values
and unsurpassable bargains.;
; ILcM RIdDo' .So $
This lot consists of the finest values to be offered,
Colors and Styles strictly up-to-date.
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"WHY PAY RIORE?"
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(Continued from Third Page)
smile of others, and to realize that
whatever conditions are there are
others in even harder circumstances
who are bearing burdens cheerfully.
And finally they should ask the Lord
to teach them to- speak the truth
and a kind word ungrudgingly, and
to seek good in their fellowman.
There is a legend among the moun mountain
tain mountain folk of east Tennessee, that just
before the stork comes to a home, an
angel looks over all the backbones at
his command, and when he has found
one that is man's size, the command is
given to build an east Tennesseean
on it, and it's the type of man that
says through all his life,1 "Whar
you'uns is er gwin we'uns is done-bin,"
and they look fthe other straight in
the eyes in truth and honesty when
they say it.
: Women. all over the United States
meet in so many conventions to dis discuss
cuss discuss child life and child culture and
similar subjects, but it seems to us
that one very important- feature of
the child has escaped attention. It
is the child's nose. Did you ever no notice
tice notice how a mother will every few min minutes
utes minutes rush at her "child and with a
handkerchief give its nose a vigorous
twist? It is a miracle that she does
not twist it off. Some of these days
some mother will twist one off and
then the women who hold conventions
will be sorry that they did not sound
a warning.5 Can't a body attend a
child's nose without wringing it?
FIRST -AID -'TRAINING
TO MEN AND WQ'.IEIi
A -SUCCESSFUL -RECORD
EVER SINCE. THIS BANK was organized it has been the constant,
undeviating purpose of its Ofllcers and Directors to be obliging and
accommodating to its patrons in every way consistent With banking
pruaence. tnis is wny we nave steadily grown in deposits, as well as
mine connaence ot tne people.
Year accennf is solicited ea this-record.
. THE OALCA NATIONAL BANK
American Red fross Is Teaching
Hundreds of Thousands Life-,
. Saving Methods.
The purpose of Instruction in First
Aid to the Injured offered by the Amer American
ican American Red Cross is to train men and
women to administer First Aid treat treatment
ment treatment promptly and Intelligently when
emergencies demand It. First Aid
treatment is not intended to take the
place of a physician's service. A sur surgeon
geon surgeon should always be summoneed as
& precautionary measure where there
Is an Injury of any consequence, but
when one cannot be secured a few min minutes'
utes' minutes' delay may mean a fatality. In
such a case a person trained In First
Aid Is Invaluable not only to the In Individual,
dividual, Individual, but through him to the com community
munity community In which he lives.
There Is perhaps no way of ascer ascertaining
taining ascertaining the number of deaths or seri serious
ous serious disablements which 'result from
lack of proper safeguards or prompt
emergency treatment. It Is safe to as assert
sert assert they number thousands dally.
There can be no doubt, that the a'ppli a'ppli-cation
cation a'ppli-cation of First Aid methods to each
case would Immeasurably lighten the
country's toll of suffering and death.
The dissemination of First Aid train training
ing training and information has already pro produced
duced produced a f arreachlng and beneficial in influence
fluence influence in the prevention of accidents
on railroads, in mines and In great in industrial
dustrial industrial concerns. x : ; ;
The benefit of a widespread knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of First Aid In the event of a
great disaster, such as a train wreck,
an explosion, an earthquike, etc, la
obvious. Laymen who have had First
Aid training can render efficient : as assistance.
sistance. assistance. Many lives may depend upon
such emergency care, ;
Ited Cross First Aid work includes
(1) the formation and conduct, through
Red Cross chapters, of classes for In Instruction
struction Instruction In accident prevention and"
First Aid to the injured among men
and women In all communities and In
every Industry ; (2) the Introduction of
courses of instruction In high schools
The Red Cross Is prepared to supply
First Aid books and equipment at rea reasonable
sonable reasonable prices.
: Every person In this country able to
do so should," In his own flnterest, re receive
ceive receive Red Cross First Aid Instruction.
Information about the course and In Instruction
struction Instruction classes may be .had at the
nearest chapter headquarters. ;
RED CROSS EXTENDS
RELIEF TO POLAND
- More than $5,000,000 has been spent
by the American lied Cross in aiding
the stricken people of Poland. : The
organization has nursed the sick, fed
the starving, clothed the naked, shelter sheltered
ed sheltered the homeless," schooled the children
and cared for the orphans there. It has
conducted a relentless fight against
tjphus, cholera and other terrible dis diseases.
eases. diseases. So today millions of men and
women in that resurrected nation
gpeak: In grateful appreciation of "The
Greatest Mother In the World.?
rarly 200 American Red Cross
workers are now engaged in relief ac ac-tlvltles
tlvltles ac-tlvltles In Poland- Four large relief
bases are In operation end eleven mo mobile
bile mobile units are In the field. During the
last twelve months this organization
was largely Instrumental In the re-establishment
of a million refugees at a
cost for general relief of more than
$1,000,000. Last winter ene-half mil million
lion million war orphans were aided material materially
ly materially and since then a series of large or orphanages
phanages orphanages have been established to giv
them permanent care.
" But for American Red Cross aid, of officials
ficials officials of Poland declared recently, mil millions
lions millions Of people In that country would
have perished of disease, exposure or
ttarvation the last eighteen months.
And the work there must be kept up
for another year.
Breakfast Bacon Squares,
per lb; . -. $
Plan tat ion Bacon Squares,
per ib.L.i. ..
Florida Teanut Butter"
bulk, per pound
Florida Peanut Butler,
bulk 4-pound bucket..
Florida Peanut Butter,
bulk, 8 pound bucket..
Jellb Ice. Cream Powder,
Clean Easy Soap, 4 for.. '.
Fresb Eggs (our eggs are
- guaranteed).: .VVl : "...
Florida Sugar Cane Sy rup,
pint jars ....
Fresh Milk, pints . ; "T
Fresh Milk, quarts .
i-pound Klim J. .v
2J-2 pound Klim..:;:
Skimmed Milk; 1 -pound..;
SEEDS AND PLANTS
"Where Quality Counts"
BITTEG & COFiIPAWY
Phone 14 430 N. Sfagnolia St.
Eyesight is jnaeh a prec-"'-
s ious thing that it should
xvv he treasured and guard--zr
ed with the most zealous
y.';i-' care.;. : .''.-
y DR. K. J. WEIHE, V ;
Optometrist arid Optician :
W. A. TMSMAW
Anything in Brick, Store, Concrete,
Tile and ; Plastering
PHONE 526, OCALA
Delco-Light costs no more
to operate than the old coal coal-oil
oil coal-oil lamps. One gallon of coal
oil gives you four times as
much light when used for fuel,
in Delco-Light as it gives in
coal -oil lamps.
Write for catalog.
WANTED, LOST. FOUND. TQll
SALE, FOII RENT-AND SIZh
ILAU LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line, maximum, osa
time, 25c; three times, 50c.; six times
75c: one month, 3. Payable ia ad
There's a Satisfied User Near
:;;";' See Me v
For all Classes of
Stone, Brielc, Wood
! Phone 4i& 723 Wenona St.
J.Ieet 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
2:3G p. m. 17-tf
LAKE WEIR -Two completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottages for sale at- Wood Wood-mar,
mar, Wood-mar, Eastlake; running water,
bathroom, toilet, acetylene gas, two
bedrooms in each house. Forpriee3
and particulars, apply to David S.
r Wood row. Box 581. Ocala, Fla. 9-tf
BARGAIN FOR QUICK SALE
1918 Model Dodge Touring car. See
Mr. Sheppard at at Lewi3-Chitty
FOR RENT Furnished apartment
- for light housekeeping. Apply to
G03 East Second St. 14-tf
WANTED Middle aged man desires
position as salesman in Ocala. Will
consider placu in cfllce; willing to
commence cm moderate salary.
Phone 252 or address "Position," in
care the Star. lo-6t
WANTED At a bargain to buy
stock consisting of wagon and car carriage
riage carriage material, mostly wood stock,
steel, iron, bolts. Do not want any
tools or machinery. State what
you have to offer. F. B. Terrell.
- Lakeland, Fla. 16-Ct
LOST Shriner pin. Retxxrn to Star
office if found. 9-15
WANTED Four first class orange
packers, long season, top prices.
Expenses paid during layoff. Write
at once, R. T, Mo:rris,' Fort Ogden,
Fla. 1 13-lCt
WANTED Ten cords' of good oak
wood. Apply to R. C. Camp. 18-St
LOST 34x4 automobile tire between
Ocala and Kendri.ck. Reward to
finder if returned to A. T. Thomas,
-city. : lg-3t
Mr.: Arthur Strin;fellow of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, has returned "to -his home after
a vacation spent at Daytona Beach
and a few days visit in this city.
WANTED To rent a furnished
house or rooms Jfor light house-
4 keeping. Permanent. Address,
Housekeeper," cssre Star. 14-6t
LARGE Sweet gravas, ?2 per sis
basket crate, f. o. b., cash with
order. T. B. Snook, Weirsdale,
WANTED To rent five or six-room
house, furnished, in the best resi residence
dence residence section. Will pay good price
and furnish Al reference. Travel Traveling
ing Traveling salesman and wife .want to
spend five or six months in Ocala
with view of locating here. Ad Address
dress Address at once, L. T., Harrington
Caged Beasts' Short Lives.
Statistics show that the lives of
wild beasts in captivity are much
?horter than rhose at liberty, 'especial 'especially
ly 'especially in the case of e:totic beasts."' The
:lger and panther in captivity do not
Ive more than -sevn or eight 'years,
ayenas five to six years and the
irown bears seven to eight, fdthough
bey 01 ten reach twenty when at
iberty. In captivity the whSte bear
reaches only four or five and tha
jlephant. which often attains 103
A'hen at liberty, Ilr?s only twenty. to
thirty: Caged monkeys, however
yell housed, live or.Ty seven or eight
rears. -and nearly all die from tuber tuberculosis.
culosis. tuberculosis. 1
' L; 'ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careful estimatesi made on all c c-tract
tract c-tract work.' Gives' more and better
work for the money than any "other
"extractor in the city.
Arrival and departure cf pasgensr
irafns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and rot guar guaranteed."
anteed." guaranteed." (Eastern Standard Time
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jackscnville-NTork 2:10 za
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:23 pa
4 :P5 pm Jackscnville 4:25 psa
2:in am Mans.tee- 4:05 psj
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 fen
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee l:S5pa
4rC"pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pa
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 2:43 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:S5pra
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesviile 10:13 nra
2'AC am .St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lak eland 1 :25 pa
7:10 am DunnellcmWilcox
7:25 am Dur.eIlors-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pa
10:13pm Leesburg : 6:42aa
4:15 pm Gatneuville 11:50 to
Monday, Wedne!day. Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.
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