Weather Forecast: Generally fair
tonight and Tuesday; cooler tonight
north an.l central portions.
OGALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 2 1920.
VOL. 26, NO. 76
THE FUR FLY
LEGION MEETING OCALA TO HAVE
THURSDAY NIGHT! A FLYING SCHOOL
One Hundred and Seventy-Six Lives
Lost and Millons of Property De Destroyed
stroyed Destroyed in Eight States
Tornadoes that .struck in half a
Uj-n states yesterday caused a death
It: t that may pass two hundred, caus caused
ed caused property damage reaching many
ij!.'lions of dollars and played havoc
with wire and railway service in wide widespread
spread widespread di.-.tricts. The greatest damage
wrts done in Chicago suburbs and El Elgin,
gin, Elgin, why re the known death list was
thirty-seven and a number of other
persons were missing.
LOSS Or LIFE HEAVY IN
Chicago, March 18. With
t 'JinillUIliCitLlUIl UCIIIUIOUACU, tii
known death list stood sixty-four to today
day today with hundreds of injured and mil millions
lions millions of property damage in the cen central
tral central states, from the tornado yester yesterday
day yesterday but foreboding rumors came
from Michigan and the rural districts
of Indiana and Ohio, which sections
;)! rut off from communication.
Thousands are homeless and relief
will be necessary in a number of
pieces. Twenty-nine were killed in
the Chicago district, eight in the vi vicinity
cinity vicinity of Toledo, eight at Elgin, seven
e:.( h at West Liberty, Ind., and Fen Fen-ton,
ton, Fen-ton, Mich., five at Selvin, Ind., and
hssrr immbei's in many small towns.
'UIIJTII ALSO SUFFERS
Atlanta, March 21). There are 3
known rlead as a result of the tornado
in Alabama and Georgia yetserday,
but it is estimated the list willireach
72 when full reports are in. Many of
the hundreds injured were seriously
hurt and hundreds of thousands of
property damage resulted.
At LaG range, Ga., where 21 bodies
have already been "recovered, West
Point, Ga., with ten reported killed,
and Agncola, Ala., with, a loss of five
l'ves are the Heaviest sufferers. Three
hundred residences were destroyed at
LaG range and fire followed the tor tornado,
nado, tornado, destroying many frame build buildings,
ings, buildings, lied Cross help was rushed
fi-oru here to the stricken towns.
Property damage 13 reported from the
hirh winds at Macon, Washington and
War ronton, Ga., and Deatsville, Ala.
LIMA LOST SEVEN
Lima, Ohio, March 29. Seven per persons
sons persons were killed in small towns near
here during last night's tornado, and
there was immense property damage.
Inter urban traffic has been suspended
and wire communication is paralyzed.
LaG range, March 29. Fifty per persons
sons persons were killed and 125 injured in
this section by yesterday's tornado,
the latest figures show. The property
damage will amount to half a million
dollars, and hospitals and public
buildings are filled with the injured.
OCMULGEE OUT OF BANKS
Macon, Ga., March 29. The Ocmul Ocmul-gee
gee Ocmul-gee river overflowed its banks today
as a result of the torrential rain which
followed the wind storm last night.
One death in this vicinity has been
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MURDER AND SUICIDE
Traveling" Man in New Orleans Killed
First a Girl and Then
New Orleans, March 29. In full
view of hundreds in the financial dis dis-tiict
tiict dis-tiict today, A. W. Favalora, a travel traveling
ing traveling salesman, soht and killed Muss
Cnrrie Hirschler, aged twenty-two
and then committed suicide. The
girl's relatives said Favalora was
crazed by her refusal to marry him.
reported, that of a negro struck by
lightning, but the property damage
will amount to several hundred thou thousand
sand thousand dollars. The wires are down
and no reports have been received
from outlying sections. Two hundred
thousand dollars damage -is reported
at Washington, Ga., according to a
telephone message this morning.
NEW ENGLAND RIVERS SWOL
LEN BY THAWS
Boston, March 29. Swollen rivers
caused by mountain thaws continued
to menace river front property in
many New England cities today. The
mills at Lawrence have been closed
on account of the floods, which are the
highets in many years.
TWENTY KILLED AT TOLEDO
Toledo, March 29. Partly restored
communication shows at least twenty
killed in the Toledo district by last
night's tornado and hundrsds injured.
ELEVEN DEAD IN ALABAMA
Alexander City, March 29. Eleven
persons were killed by the tornado in
Tallapoosa county last night, accord according
ing according to reports just reaching here.
Many buildings were demolished.
DEATH LIST TOTALS 176
Undated. Latest reports show the
following death list in yesterday's
tornado: Georgia, 61; Alabarya, 18;
Ohio, 32; Illinois, 29; Indiana. 27;
Michigan, five; Wisconsin and Mis Mis-re
re Mis-re uri, one each.
Calvary, March 26. Mr. and
A. O. Smith were visiting Mr.
Mrs. M. J. Morrison last Thursday.
Mr. J. W. Morrison, who has been
sick, is able to be at his work again.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Smith and little
Audrey were visiting Mrs. Smith's
parents last Friday night.
Misses Lottie and Dollie and Jessie
Morrison came out home last Friday
night to see their father, who was
Mr. A. O. Smith and Mr. M. J. Mor Morrison
rison Morrison made a flying trip to Gaiter Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night, returning Sunday eve evening.
ning. evening. Mr. Cobra was in Calvary Monday.
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St-pa rated Catts from his Hair and
Hide in His LiveOak
A special from Live Oak to the
Tampa Tribune says:
United States Senator Duncan U.
Fletcher opened his campaign for re reelection
election reelection to the Senate in an address
here .Saturday in which he reviewed
his services to the people, touched
upon state, national and international
affairs and paid his respects to Gov Governor
ernor Governor Catts. The senator reviewed
what the governor had promised the
people in the way of lower taxation,
with the people to find that in the
les than four years he has held of
fice state taxes increased 100 per
cent. He also showed how well the
Catts family has fared as recipients
of appointive offices at the governor's
hands, and he defended himself from
the innundoes the governor has cast
upon the senator's religious beliefs.
He classes the governor as a man
with an overpowering imagination
and one who imagines a thing and
then states it as a fact.
Account of His Work
"At the last session I introduced
twenty-eight measures and twelve of
them became laws, and are written
into the statutes. And yet there are
those who would have you believe I
have been idle and inactive.
"A fev of the more important laws,
ihe enactment of which have been of
great value to all portions of the
country, I might mention. I have re referred
ferred referred to the income tax law. The
law establishing the Federal Reserve
system was most wise in conception,
and I might say providential as to
time, because without it we could
never have financed the war without
"In my. first speech here some years
ago I told you I would urge the adop adoption
tion adoption of an income tax law and a re revision
vision revision of our financial system. That
has been accomplished.
"I told you I would endeavor to
have enacted some legislation for the
rehef and benefit of the farmers of
the country. I was not specific be because
cause because I did not know just what could
be done, ,or just what agriculture
needed to place it on a sound basis. I
studied that subject from every
"1 introduced the first bill ever pro-'
posed on the subject. I was chairman
of a commission selected by the state
and of a commission appointed by the
president, which investigated the sys system
tem system in practice in the older countries
of Europe, and conditions throughout
this country. The result of all these
years of work is the federal farm
loan act. It has been in operation now
less than three years and over three
hundred million dollars have been fur furnished
nished furnished for formers at 5 per cent,
inteerst and on practically their own
terms as to payment of .principal.
Over sixty associations have been or organized
ganized organized in Florida, and nearly $3,000, $3,000,-000
000 $3,000,-000 have been found for Florida farm farmers
ers farmers at the hitherto unheard of rate of
interest of 54 per cent., the princi principal
pal principal payable at 1 per cent, per annum,
with privilege of paying all or -any
portion at any interest period after
five years. For the first time in the
history of the country farmers are
enabled to obtain financial accommo accommodations
dations accommodations at a rate of interest of 5
per cent., and for the first time he
Honda farmer gets his money at the
same rate, and on the same terms as
the farmer in Ohio, Michigan, or any
ether mos favored agricultural state.
Touching Up Catts
"JNow, my friends, since the gover
nor has been going about the state
constantly since June, criticising me
directly and indirectly by innuendo, in
his effort to be elected to the Senate,
neglecting the duties of his office to
which the people elected him, I per
haps ought to refer to the reasons he
urges as justifying support and the
unwarranted assertions he makes to
diminish your confidence in me.
"When a man pleads with the elec
tors to make him governor he pledges
in the most solemn way to devote him
self diligently to the duties of that of
fice from the beginning to the end of
his term. If he told them in ad advance,
vance, advance, 'I know I can only serve one
tcrni as governor, but I shall aspire to
the office 01 senator and snape my
course, and make my plans and bend
my energies to that end, and for. a
year, at least, before you make your
choice for that office, I shall devote
my time to a house te house canvass
of the state, asking votes for it,' do
you suppose the people ever would
have elected him? Of course not, but
they must put up with it until his
teim expires and their power to ad administer
minister administer a proper rebuke to him is
now, bv refusing to vote for him.
"The governor dreams. He sees
visions, lie imagines tmngs 10 nave
occurred as he would like them and
states them, even though they did not.
He does not weigh well his words
they count for nothing except to
sound well. When he begins to draw
on that imagination plain truth sits
up and shrieks for mercy.
"To illustrate: When, in a public
address, he tells quite a story to the
effect that three liquor men tried to
bribe him and offered him $50,000 not
to call a special session of the legis legislature,
lature, legislature, it turned out to be, as most
Will Consider Possibility of Attaining
Permanent Rooms for
At the regular meeting, Marion
County Post No. 1 of the American
Legion, Thursday night of this week,
at 8 o'clock, the possibility of secur securing
ing securing permanent club rooms for the post
will be discussed. Thursday night's
meeting will also be the last meeting
prior to the annual meeting, when of officers
ficers officers for the new year are to be elect elected.
ed. elected. A suggestion has been made that
the post organize a baseball team for
the summer and arrange a series of
games with other posts. This will
also be considered at the meeting.
A bulletin just reecived from na national
tional national headquarters urges all mem members
bers members of the legion, and all ex-service
n.en, to record their discharge papers
with the recorder or clerk of their
"The desirability and importance of
every member of the legion conform conforming
ing conforming with this suggestion," says the
bulletin, "is evidenced by the many
instances in whichyclaims are being
made where the discharge papers are
either lost or" destroyed.
"It will be well t6 bring to bear
upon the minds of our comrades that
the official form of discharge is an in instrument
strument instrument that cannot be duplicated,
although it may be possible to obtain
a form in lieu thereof; that although
it may be held with no particular
pride today, there will come a time
with increasing years when a consid considerable
erable considerable amount of sentiment will cen center
ter center around the discharge paper.
"In the state of Pennsylvania today
the ex-service man is granted certain
state benefits. As time goes on there
will undoubtedly be further conces concessions
sions concessions made by the several states for
the benefit of the men who served in
the world war, and their dependents,
in which event, if it is impossible for
any reason to produce the original
discharge, a means of sufficient evi evidence
dence evidence would be furnished for the
claim through the record in the coun county
ty county recorder's office without either
wtrry or trouble.-"
NEW IDEA TO -EXPAND
OUR FOREIGN TRADE
Louisville, Ky., March 27. A plan
has been formulated lfere to expand
the foreign trade of the United States
through theuse of shipping board
steamships as exhibition vessels to
carry American manuiactureu pro
ducts and visit the world's principal
The idea, advanced by the foreign
commerce service 01 the southern
Railway and Mobile & Ohio railroad,
has been presented to the Midwest-
Gulf-South Atlantic Foreign Trade
and Transportation committee, repre
senting commercial organizations of
the principal middle west and southern
states, which has been asked to lend
its weight to fruition of the plan.
Answers to letters sent to more
than a score of cities in the organi
zation enthusiastically endorse the
plan, according to H. G. McLean, of
Louisville, assistant foreign freight
traffic manager, of the two railroads.
Mr. McLean says the plan is similar
to that proposed by the British gov government
ernment government which proposes a gigantic
touring exhibition for British indus industry.
try. industry. The British plan, as described
in a recent American consular report,
would be initiated with an itinerary
comprising South Africa,. Australia,
New eZaland and Canada. "The dura dura-tion
tion dura-tion of the tour," the report says,
"will be about 18 months and ohuld
the ventuer be attended with that de degree
gree degree of success which is anticipated
foi it, similar projects to other parts
of the world will receive considera consideration.
tion. consideration. It is intended that some 500
British firms shall be invited to take
part in the tour. The scheme has been
sanctioned by the Government Board
of Trade and the venture will be plan planned
ned planned and carried out by the Depart Department
ment Department of Overseas Trade."
Use of American foreign trade ex exhibition
hibition exhibition ships, Mr. McLean said, would
enable hundreds of American manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers periodically to exhibit their
products before thousands of foreign
buyers. Such exhibitions in charge of
competent salesmen, he declared,
would make possible a vast co-ordinated
American foreign selling organiza organization.
tion. organization. "Moreover," said Mr. McLean,
"the exhibitions are absolutely neces
sary to meet the combined plans of
hundreds of British manufacturers
who are backing the organization of
the British products touring exhibi exhibition."
tion." exhibition." Furthermore, said Mr. McLean, it
would enable a very large number of
American manufacturers, who have
never thought in terms of export
trade, to enter that business at a com
paratively small cost.
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people believed it was, pure fiction,
the product of his imagination. Wny
keep such a dastardly attempt to cor corrupt
rupt corrupt him a secret until now?
"So when he told at St. Petersburg i
(Continued on Fourth Page)
At Noon Today, Aviator, With the
Star's Society Reporter for a Pas Passenger,
senger, Passenger, Performed the Most Spec Spectacular
tacular Spectacular Stunts Ever Seen Over this
.Mr. R. J. Lutes, who has been at
work for the last two weeks trying to
organize a flying school, returned this
morning from a trip to Orlando. He
came in a big. brandnew Standard
airplane, "piloted by ex-Flight Lieu Lieutenant
tenant Lieutenant Ralph J. Johnson, one of Am America's
erica's America's most famous aviators. Begin Beginning
ning Beginning Thursday, Lieut. Johnson will
begin giving lessons in aviation. Mr.
Lutes has secured a class, which win
piobably grow larger as the lessons
Mr. Johnson is an exceedingly com competent
petent competent aviator, very careful, but like
all the other boys Uncle Sam trained
ho is ready to go anywhere and do
anything. He flew back to Orlando
this afternoon, but will return Mon Mon-da
da Mon-da to begin training the class.
Before leaving for Orlando, Lieut.
Johnson took Miss Alice Bullock, the
Star's society reporter, up for a spin
ind to do some stunts. He had in
tended to do only one or two of the
caj-y variety, but every time ne puneu
off one Miss Bullock called for an another,
other, another, until he had gone mighty near
thru his repertoire. The plane was
seven thousand feet up and the earth
below looked as small as a watermelon
when the circus began. He looped five
consecutive loops, then did the Immel Immel-man
man Immel-man turn, the barrel roll, the tail
t.pin, the falling leaf and a few more.
He wound up By coming earthward
like a plummet, and just as it looked
like the plane was going to smash
thru the roof of a house it flattened
out and mailed toward the landing
field, close enough to the ground for
people to see the young lady's very
small hand as she waved it at them.
So far there has been no such a cir circus
cus circus over this town, and few young
ladies, outside the flying profession,
have gone thru such a series of
stents. Miss Bullock minded the fly flying
ing flying no more than a bird, and war as
cool as a cucumber when she alighted.
Several men have told Miss Alice she
war an angel, but it would have taken
a remarkably swift angel to have
kept up with her today. The only
trouble is, she now declares she won't
marry anybody but an aviator.
Hundreds, perhaps thousands of
people, watched the performance, and
the few of Miss Bullock's friends who
knew who was the passertger in the
place, had their hearts in their mouths
until the machine returned to normal
living and glided off toward the land landing
ing landing field. We had to have. the waiter
girl at our boffrdinghouse push our
heart down' our throat with a soup
spoon before we could eat any dinner.
Lieut. Johnson has promised to
take the Star editor up and scare him
nine-tenths to death when he re returns.
turns. returns. He may succeed, but we are
pretty well used to being scared.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Ocala Athletic Asso
ciation will be held April 6th, 1920, at
2 p. m., in room No. 9, Merchants'
block, Ocala, Fla., for the purpose of
electing officers and directors and
transacting such other business as
iay come before the meeting.
Geo. K. Robinson, Secretary.
" C. W. Hunter, President.
uood eyes are your
nfroi f ocf aeeot PrnnPT
care ne eyes s your
skk. most important duty
"'wx Help your eyes to help
DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician.
To show our confidence in the AUTO
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you to use it thirty days on trial, free.
You are' the sole judge as to whether
it gives satisfaction or not.
Each razor is enclosed in a substan.
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embossed polished gunmetaL Can be
adjusted to any beard. Let us show
you this little marvel.
THE COURT PHARMACY
Germans Make Disorders an Excuse for
Breaking Terms of the Treaty
Paris, March 29. Absolute con confirmation
firmation confirmation of the entrance of regular
German troops into the Ruhr district,
at the edge of the allied zone of oc occupation,
cupation, occupation, without permission of the
xilies, was received by the French
foreign office, it was stated today.
The subject will probably come up in
the supreme council in London.
ORDER MAY GRADUALLY BE RE RESTORED
STORED RESTORED Berlin, March 29. The news today
indicates that order may be gradually
restored in the rebellious districts, it
is declared officially. Hagen dis dispatches
patches dispatches say that the three socialist
parties have decided to withdraw from
Mulheim, the seat of rebel control,
and if necessary fight under republi republican
can republican leadership. A similar decision, it
is stated, is expected from Dortmund,
Elberfeld and Bremen. m
Summerfield, March 23. Mrs. E. S.
Adkins returned last Friday from Au
gusta, Ga., where she has been visit
ing relatives. As soon as the weather
gets warmer, Mrs. Adkins will join
her husband in Pony, Mon.
We are pleased to state that Mrs.
A. D. Mitchell, who has been in the
hospital in Jacksonville for the past
two months, returned last week and
states she is feeling fine since her
Mr. and Mrs. George Condrey spent
Sutfday with relatives in Coleman.
Mr. T. K. Clyburn has accepted a
position with the Seaboard at Waldo.
Mrs. J. P. Brantley and daughters
of Okeechobee, arrived today for a
brief visit with the J. M, Brantley
Mr. O. T. Priddy of Coleman is in
our city lor a lew days visiting his
daughter, Mrs. W. J. Lyles.
Mr. Wartmann of the Wartmann
Nursery Co., was in the city today at
tending to business.
FREE MOTOR INFORMATION
Mr. L. B. Bennett; lubricating engi
neer of the Texas Company, will be at
our filling station on Monday, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Wednesday, March 29, 30 and
31, to give free information as to the
proper lubrication of-your motor re
gardless of the make of your car.
AUTO SALES CO.,
25-6t Mack Tavlor.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
All customers of Federal Bread are
satisfied customers. Ask them. tf
Use the Star's Unclassified Column.
..All of Us Like to live Well..
We have made a study of this problem because
it is our duty to see that our customers lo live
well particularly as regards eatables.
II you trade with us you will at least
have the benelit oi our experience;
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ROBERT M. MEYER,
SHY ON SUBMARINES
It Took Two Years to Induce the Navy
Department to Make Up
Washington, March 29.The navy's
submarine force was entirely inade inade-qu?te
qu?te inade-qu?te to meet the demands of the war
with Germany and it took nearly two
years to get the navy department to
realize the importance of building
submersibles capable of combatting
the 800-ton German U-boats. Rear
Admiral Grant testified before the
Seenate investigating committee to today.
I IRE -AT LAKELAND
DESTROYED TWO BLOCKS
Lakeland, March 29. Fire swept
two city blocks here last night and
touched partfof three others, causing
a loss estimated at between $300,000
and $400,000. Only a shift in the
high wind, after two' water mains
buret, saved the city hall. The fire
area is bounded by Missouri and Flor Florida
ida Florida avenues, Main stret and the rail rail-read.
read. rail-read. Insurance' carried was esti estimated
mated estimated at not more than thirty per
Among the concerns wiped out were
the Lakeland Mfg. Co., in whose lum lum-ler
ler lum-ler yard the fire started, the Shaw
hotel, Main Street Garage, Todd Hard Hardware
ware Hardware Co. and the Lakeland Steam
Laundry. The "Todd Hardware Co.
saved a large pare of its stock.
Water was pumped from the. lake
after the mains burst.
Sixty-three cents buyg the beat
Cold Cream and one of the best Face
Powders on the market. Special sale
price at Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf
L. T. 1ZLAE
J. E. KA VANAUGH
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY MARCH 29, 1920
OCALA EVEIlltlG STAR
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SEE THE BIG TRUCKS IN ACTION
DO BUSINESS IN THE OPEN
liudlnrMN Of fire v
Socletr Keporter ....
A flood of misleading, deceptive and
untruthful matter is being sent broad broadcast
cast broadcast among Woodmen in an effort to
uphold and justify the outrageous
rate increases to begin on Jan. l.t.
There is no truthful explanation that j r-i-ulir.
fcm ht mnH of this cold-blooded in- 1' loi i'la
justice, so resort must be had to hy-! rcau.-. wiH
pccrisy and deception. There is no
honest defense for this wilful breach
postofflce as of faith with our members, so tne sit-
nation must be confused by a con- can be
tinuous tirade of abuse, slander and picture.
vituperation of all members who op-1
The cold facts are! THK GREAT
Beginning this evening and run running
ning running each evening this week, at the
Temple theater, a 500-foot reel -how-ifi-
in motion pictures the perform performance
ance performance of 1'ederai f rucks swith trailers
pine iogs to .-awmills, in the
Moss Bluff, March 20. The oyster
Itinerant "Merchants" in City of Mex- j SL-f-er that was given here March V3,
ico Flourish Exceedingly, Espe- va a gT.eat succrss. Over .7S was l
dally on Sundays.
n!n-j woods and over very bad
be ot intense interest to any one
engaged in heavy hauling, not only in
this, but any other work where a truck
used. Don t fail to see the
-.oo V rkiif pa trt
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there will be a lien with live per cent
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consecutive insertions. Alternate lnser
tions 25 per cent additional. Composl
your widow a specific stated sum at
your death, and also promise that a
monument will be erected over your
grave. But unless you pay these new
mips, vour widow will not iret the
"."H Krc? l"l.fu" Ies? in?" amount nrom sed. and there will be no
six itmes cenis per incn. opeciaii
aii Inhna ir ill tq Ira
which will be furnished tpon appllca-1 expense. The bare bald truth shows
tim- I that under the new rate laws ad con-
- "..r:rr.,' :o-I dinon imnosel our members will be
sition 20 per cent additional. Rates Woodman monument over your grave
ased on 4-inch minimum. Less than I .ll-c nnf It tkn-P nt their
hlcrhoi rat lulC33 J""1
There will be more than thirty of
the trucks and probably one hundred
men in the caravan. The trucks want
something to haul, anything that the
farmer may have that they can dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate to him how well the truck is
adapted to his farm work. The haul hauling
ing hauling will be free, and the trucks want
thim: and he is besieged immediaTely
hy a i-rovd of energetic salesmen, who
dilate in machine-gun Spanish on the
worth f their uare.
Sunday is the buh st day for these these-morehanf'5.
morehanf'5. these-morehanf'5. Tliey foregather principal principally
ly principally in the p!:;zu, sread their toods
a!ruT heni and patiently wait for cus customers.
tomers. customers. Their numbers are augment augmented
ed augmented by na inand women, bys and irirls.
. :! of them sellius candies, fruits, shoe-
a quantity of it to do, so get ready, !iri!,hw.olml rihl)0ris, h0( ,JfUs;
and have something for the trucks to ;
try their teet hon.
The truck demonstration is not a
selliner or soliciting: plan. No man in
ubsequent insertion. 0 change a I robbed of rierhts expressly guaran-
weelc allowed on readers without extra u orwi ,hit0 ?n
Lal advertisements at legal rates, their policies. Read what it prom- the outfit will be allowed to even show
ised you in it. Then get the new rate the motor of his' truck by lifting the
domestic suusciUPTiON rates laws and conditions and read them hood, nor name its nrice. He will
lxem' decJd.e ,for yp' A terrinc tlAk trucks not his truck..
Three months, in advance 1.50 wave 01 muignation na swciju uv (Jcala can scarcely realize the im-
One month, in advance CO nnr membershin against these uniust r.-tor,. t;e mramonf Wt. -i-mt
I-"- O P lUitW V i- blllO 111V V111.11V vv
rates. More than twenty states are welcome the men and take an interest
now banded together in the fignt ; in heir trreat work. The trucks are
against them, and court proceedings i n,akm(r a G00-mile tour of the state,
For the coming democratic Drlmary 1 hi vp hppn instituted to enioin the
- -r "'" ..... I ,1T; -F l-w nmir vof-c
r. I tlllCtllUll Ui UiC lien i ix o
dogs, eats, gophers and the dozens of
varieties of food of which chili is the
most important component.
The plazas present an animated ap- 'dredging
! pearance. Hands are playing, whistles Mr .and Mrs. Johnnie Morrison cf
are blowing, newsboys call their edi- Oklawnbn were o-nets nf Mv. nnd
i t ali"ed.
.Mr. a!; i M:
:iy : : r A '.
i' i.a !! eh
a plea.-a.'.t tiaj-.
The many friend of Mrs.- Iiohe t
Giigg- will i.e glad to k-ain that he
is now convaic-.-cing after several
days of iihxjss. ;
Ktv. 1. uter of Wildwood delivered
an interesting sermon here both Su il ilea
ea ilea y morning and evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Hayes motored here
from Daytona Beach Friday last for
a few weeks visit to Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. "White, before returning to their
heme in Pennsylvania.
Miss Martha Fort was viisting,
friends at Oklawaha Sunday. i
Messrs. William, Julian and JetT
Harreeil of Oklawaha spent Sunday
afternoon in our midst.
Mr. Sidney Fort motored to Lees Lees-buig
buig Lees-buig Monday.
Mrs. John Smith and son, Mr. Burt
Smith and three daughters, Mrs. Da- ;
vis, Misses Elsie and Gladys Smith,
and Mr. Hugh HarreU of Oklawaha,
were visiting friends here Sunday.
Capt. J. D. Young has got his
dredge boat completed and has begun
OCALA MOTOR COMPANY
c. e. Simmons phone 71
ALA iKCV WORKS
Prnnf w a
f t r
ANIfODNCKMENT OF HATES
FOR CAMPAIGN ADVERTISING
Jo ei-, Every truck sold or represented in
fm. !o 4-n Vui amioyaA r A fonf If nn. i rv i ;n v 1 i.l a! : I
.. V x i v1" "c 1 i'-"- v-"i Vnntl above all shines a glorious sun
which gives no hint of brooding prob problems
lems problems of existence.
charged for -announcements, not to ex
ceed twenty lines:
lature. member of school board mem- slDie inese ""quuous iulcs Luntvcu;avan) an(1 many -others.
ter of -board of county commissioners, I in deception, born of hypocrisy and
county surveyor, registration of fleer, I ,,0. u0 iir.oni, nf i;fa kv pViipnnerv ii'
constable and justice of the peace. $s.Cven the breath ot Hie by cnicaneiv ,nr,z
ror snerirr, tax collector, tax assessor, an triCKery. 1
ZfZ tfJifZufi? For years Woodcraft has been a
publlo Instruction, and all state offices, v.,
$10. thorn in the side of old line insurance
wa.VtW2VaBJ'Sat. companies, and they have fought the ;
Announcements under this rate are to order m season and out. lhey have;
u iwm uoic ui. luaBiuwu uimi uaie "i ost no cnange to weanen its ranu-
Readers for Insertion will be charged ence. Now could it be possible that
at the regular commercial rates. I manv members are rierht in their opin
ion in fKinlrinnp tViuf- tho new rnfs nrp
i Senator Borah says big business is the result of a scheme hatched up to j
buying the presidency. Maybeso, but wreck Woodcraft, weaken it down I
we'll bet it doesn't invest any of its and get it out of the way as a com-J
petitor oi oia line companies ; nvery
old line company is highly pleased S
(PL. T-.T 1 XT j; I .i rm
mo ueuaiiu mews is a uisresptxuuii wiin our new rates, mere s a rea-1
sheet. It says: "Some of our ex- son. Think it over. Or could it be i
tions, a man with a wheel of chance
beseeches the credulous to try their
Mrs. Ambrose Morrison Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wood of the
lit o Vii-K'i-ifl-i o hiKTA l.ncl.if hnl- I ir i 'a I
un., nun n mBc .- i ..c.- ucian iai'm?, were visiting Mrs.:
nneed atop his head offers sweetmeats j vyood's parents Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. i
at o centavos each, and louowing mm p Davis.
comes a seller of ice cream with his
frozen dainties tucked away in a con container
tainer container which he juggles perilouV.y on
his head but never loses a spoonful,
money in Senator Borah.
changes are denouncing Governor I possible, as many members think, that
Catts because he appointed a Cath- these unjust rates are the result of a
olic as sheriff of Brevard county. I consDiracv to drive out the bulk of
Perhaps the governor is hedging; per-1 cur members, reduce the membership i
haps he expects to run for pope after to a handful, then liquidate the busi-1
tie finishes his term in the united Iness of the society, and divide the
States Senate, eh?" funds among the favored few who re
main. Study the true facts and see
Ho, hum I The pool rooms and mov- what you decide.
ing picture shows are worse than the This committee is helping make this
saloons were, says the Rev. A. L. fight for you. We are lighting to
Benze of Toledo. "The poolrooms are make secure rights promised your
100 times worse than barrooms and loved ones named in your policies. It Iff
the office holders are protecting them," is a fight for the faithful fulfilment j :
he says.Orlando .Reporter-Star. of every obligation named in yourjb
Didn't we have some pool rooms and policy, it is a.ngnt tor tairness, jus
movies same time we had saloons.
tice and honesty. We call on every U
Florida Woodman to stand by us and i tt
help in this struggle. We call on eve-J H
ry camp to do its full duty in support
of this battle for the sacred cause of i
true fratemalism. Read this letter to
ir j ii I
your camp. lours iraiernany,
The Executive Committee.
BASEBALL GAME FRIDAY
Says, the Lakeland Telegram: "Sen
atof Fletcher made his first speech in
Florida during 'the present campaign
at Fellowship, in Marion county. But
Mr. Fletcher never made the slightest
reference to his candidacy. He ad
dressed an audience of farmers and
school children and he talked to them
about agriculture and education. He
made no silly boasts, indulged in no There will be a baseball game at
ridiculous promises, refrained from Hunter Park Friday afternoon, April
self -laudation. What a contract be- 2nd, at 4 o'clock, between the teams
tween this modest gentleman and his of the Ocala High School and the
loud-mouthed, coarse-grained oppon- Gainesville High School. This prom-
ent." lises to be one of the best games of
the season. Come out and give the
Candidate Van C. Swearingen DOls your support.
makes much capital of the fact that
he became a blacksmith when a boy NUMEROUS GOOSE EGGS
and has risen to the office of attorney-
general. We cannot see anvthme out ueueview, March zb. uoose eggs
of the ordinary about that many of were numerous at the inaugural trap
our great men were poor, hard work-1 shoot of the Belleview Gun and Rod
ing boys. There's Cary A. Hardee, I Club yesterday afternoon, but as the
our next governors for example, who! sport was strange to nearly all of
started his career as a farm Jaborer. J those who participated the .many
Dade City Banner. misses are not unpardonable. At any
Well, we'll say this much for Van, I rate, they served to whet appetites for
there was a good blacksmith spoiled I more and to impress on several good
'mm lit 1
when he betran studvincr law. Pirn snots that nrmer at clav discs is t
"something else again
Having read a number of Senator J W. S. Cogswell easily gathered the
For a new Goodrich tire.
If your casings are get getting
ting getting doubtful, bring tbem
by and let us rejuvenate
them. Re-tread work on
old casings s our spec specialty.
ialty. specialty. BLAL0CK BROS.
Corner of Oklawaha and Main
It is a happxt life-the native leads
on Sunday, when with a few centavos
he may fill his stomach with sweets,
bask in the warm sunshine and listen
to music furnished bv a Mexican band.
A man from the United States, who
on a recent Sunday morning took his
seat in a plaza, within a few minutes
had his shoes shined, his nails mani manicured,
cured, manicured, his breakfast served, his morn morning
ing morning newspapers delivered, his measure
taken for a suit of clothes and was of offered
fered offered an assortment of diamonds and
opals at a bargain. He concluded that
there may be more modem methods of
conducting business, but none more
picturesque than that employed by the
MRS. SARA JANE MANLY
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued
Vocal culture in Merchants' block.'
OA i: T T in A 1 mi I
OIUU1U IlUUIb XV iX. III. IU 1 p. III.
MOVE. PACK, SHIP
on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
HOW NATURE CLEANS HOUSE
Fail Rains Wash Off the Dust of Sum Summer
mer Summer and Wind Sweeps It Up and
Blows It Away.
Reed's speeches, we .heartily agree
jwith the following from the Miami
-i "On this pag of the Metropolis is
a communication from D. W. Bran Bran-;
; Bran-; don that will- be read with keen ap ap-.
. ap-. proval by thinking people. He went
to hear Senator deed's speech, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night, and came away with noth nothing
ing nothing but a remembrance of the speak speaker's
er's speaker's intense antagonism to the League
of Nations, and of his apparent dis disagreement
agreement disagreement with the progressive
thought of the day in all directions.
Like all others who heard the speech,
this man found nothing constructive,
nothing hopeful, nothing 'better' in the
eloquent, address. v It was brilliant
;.. balderdash, nothing more. Perhaps in
this.: disillusioned .America, even the
proposal of a League of Nations can
arouse no great confidence in its
power for service to mankind. So long
as the dollar rules the world, there
will be men' going about urging pre pre-;
; pre-; parations for war. And war there will
- be so long as there are dollars to
protect. Yet as Mr. Brandon says,
this country wants peace. It wants
world peace. It wants a sober man manhood
hood manhood And what the people want,
they will eventually get, regardless
of the Senator Reeds or of the inter interests
ests interests directing the big money game."
For All Classes Oi
Stone, Brick, Wood,
TAKK pnre of y.irt-l'r, your.
l!ealti, Coiiilotf. j.ik! gmtl'
c-..inple..:kri. ViJa im
proves ;:kia, scalp r.n.l li;ir, re-its
tired iu-rves; relieves ;nu-wle sore-ne.-is.
iiiMihiiiia, lieatiurlies; rheu rheu-mutism,
mutism, rheu-mutism, tones up tho whole buJy.
La Vida means Life9
honors of the day. He arrived late
and fired at but ten of the "birds,"
of which he broke eight. The others
fired at 15, R. G. Bettes and Frank
Gale shattering seven each and the
Rev. S. E. Lawhon, a crack rifle shot
but a stranger to the shotgun, ac
counting for five. E. S. French and
Rex Nichols each placed four to their
credit, but the "clays" puzzled Win Winters
ters Winters Hames so much that 13 of hir 15
shots punctured the air.
The men fired at the "birds" in
strings of five and it was not until the
last string that some of them "grot
the hang of the thing." E. S. French,
for instance, made four straight hits
after a row of 11 troose esrirs. and
Frank Gale scored four of his seven
"kills" on his last strine. r rvt r r yr t- t t-v
Pending the arrival of a regulation U. rlJbJltAJN LiLil
trap, small hand traps were used, but
it worked perfectly, despite a stitf
wind to furnish genuine sport.
Just arrived at the Anti-Mononolv
Drug Store the prettiest line of bath bathing
ing bathing cps ever shown in Ocala. 18-10t.
A &t u rd y, compac t v ibra tor, ye t
light and easy to use. Fits any
light socket. No parts to oil. it
can never wear out.
Comes complete, neatly boxed,
with three applicators for face,
scalp and body. Keraeruber, La.
Vida is more than a face massage
vibratorf it is for heavy body
treatment as well.
Every home needs La Vida. r-e
it every day for your lieallii.
Beauty Co ai fort.
H. W. TUCKER
Careful Estimates maae on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for. the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
We liumans bave a dire way of -talking
alut the calm before a storm as
though It was a brief intermission in a
bitter round of evil days. As a matter
of truth u calm may last Minny and
serene for veeks at a time. It Is the
storm which merely clears the air for
another calm, John Breck writes in the
Kansas City Times.
If the weather is sulky and tearful,
sniffling to itself in little gusts of drops
or occasionally bursting into a good
steady cry, It may remain unsettled for
lays. But when It lets itself out into
a real tantrum It will hardly outlast
The other morning trouble began to
brew before sunrise. The fitful night
wind steadied with the light as though
It had just awakened to the fact that
it had a good day's work ahead of it.
For a time It hovered, as though to
survey the world. It poked into odd
corners, combed the long grass, took
stock of all the fag ends the summer
leaves behind, like a householder in
specting his premises after his tenants
have departed to town for the winter.
It is really surprising, the amount of
muss it found. The most careless
housewife hardly dares to let her ashes
and potato peelings accumulate beyond
a certain point, but sumnier gets clut cluttered
tered cluttered up with all manner of unconsid unconsidered
ered unconsidered trifles. Even such tiny things as
the husks of seeds, the wings of gnats,
the cast-off down of the little birds, ac accumulate
cumulate accumulate Into surprising amounts.
Smaller, but still more untidy, are the
maids and germs, elements of decay
which have their place in the scheme
of things, but must not be allowed to
usurp that of their betters.
All these things the wind found. It
sighed and set to work sweeping the
eacth with angry, vigorous blasts. And
the dust rose up and filled it with
stifling clouds. Like the Augean sta stables,
bles, stables, here w as a task nothing less than
a river could wash clean. It reached
out for a lowering cloud which hung
far in the western sky and dumped its
contents until every crack in our part
of the earth's floor was running over.
It scoured and rubbed and scrubbed j
and irlnsed until It squeezed that cloud j
completely dry and flung it back to the
highest rack of heaven until it should
be fit to use again. And then it went
on polishing up the world until it was
fairly dry again. And while it worked j
Its voiee took on a satisfied contented j
sound. For this particular corner of
the universe was as fresh and clean as
It had been in early spring.
TALK about a smooth, even-burning
smoke, Chesterfields are all
that and then some never 'miss,',
never fail to "satisfy!" You never
hear a "knock" on Chesterfields.
For Chesterfields are made of the
real thing genuine Turkish-tobaccos,
mind you, the pick of the, crop, blended
with the very choicest Domestic to tobaccos
baccos tobaccos that grow.
And what a blend! It actually bring9
out the hidden flavor of the leaf
a flavor you never guessed was there.
What's more, no other blend is like
it, or can be, for the blend is our private
formula it can 9t be copied.
And the flavor it leahdin
by the erlra, m(Asture-proof
tcrapper on every package.
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I fHT i
Children's wash suits, rompers, all
sixes. ratieiTis to pick num, w
s". Let us show you. H. A.
man, the Haberdasher.
Jimk SUPER m
A Coimiplctle Line
Phone 4461 723 Weaona St.
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, MARCH 29, 1920
Economies for Everyone
Easter Apparel And
New Spring Merchandise
A Discount of
on every Spring Suit or
Coat in the house.
A Discount of
on Every Silk Dress
in the house
Many other great
Values in "Every
Sale will End
The Fashion Center
Ocala ii ii Florida
If you have any society items.
j r.e live-one.
a '!! Lni,'.vn and popular visitor m
-ity fur -a few davs.
HARRINGTON HALL ARRIVALS
Mi. ;ifl.l Mr ,. DH) MooJy and child
'' '.'j Oklawaha, where they
lh- next several months.
"::::vb.-y L. Urooks of Juliette
w-, rid Nitor in the city, a
at :!; home of Mr. and Mr. G.
I", ami Mis. W. K. Lane left early
jthiii ni'irninjj: in their automobile for
!a trip to points on the east coast, go go-jin;r
jin;r go-jin;r a- far a.s Miami.
Six hundred ladies can get the
HIGGEKT HAUGAIN at Gerig's Spec Spec-jiai
jiai Spec-jiai Sale. Come in and see for your-
i:--;f. G rid's Drug Store. 6-tf
i Mrs. H. C. Lane, after a three
i nions visit at the home of her son, Dr.
jW. K. Lain-, left yesterday afternoon
fur her home in Wilmington, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bitting and
family have returned from a brief
visit at Iike Weir, where they were
guests of Mrs. Bitting's mother, Mrs.
Miss Merris Carroll returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday to her home at St. Petersburg,
alter having spent the week-end in
th- city with her father, Mr. R. R.
Miss Wylie, Mourt Veemon, N. Y.;
Paul Tillis. New York; John Bond
and wife, Crookston, Minn.; George P.
Lynch, Richmond; S. C. Burns, Tam Tampa;
pa; Tampa; W. A. Adams, Louisville; Cha.?.
A. White and wife, Chicago; J. B.
Peck, Ocala; Miss Grace McEwem
Oiiando; R. L. Osborne and wife.
Winnepeg, Can.; W. L. Osborne, Or Orlando;
lando; Orlando; R. R. Martin, Yero; D. C. Jones
and wife, Starke; K. V. Adams, Rich Richmond;
mond; Richmond; Chas. I. Frank, New York; E.
J. Bark, Richmond; Dennie Fur:.
Lakeland; Frank Mfrrin, Dade Citv;
Jctta F. Miller, Cleveland; Mrs. L. K.
F'etcher, Tampa; B. Bornstlne. NV.v
York; G. L. Fenter, Jacksonville; A.
F. Grenridge. Boston; Mrs. S. D.
Banks, Maitland; Mrs. Henry Banks,
BELLEVIEW W. C. T. U.
And now for the best clothing made.
Waterman, the haberdasher, has Hart,
Schaffner & Mark. Satisfaction guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed or your money back. Can you
do better? II. A. Waterman. 26-4t
Mr. W. J. Borden, better known as
"Joe," of Newberry, was in town Sun Sunday
day Sunday viisting his friends. Joe directed
that he be kept in daily touch with
said friends by the Star.
Mrs. G. K. Williams and brother,
Mr. J. T. Edwards have returned
from a pleasant week-end visit with
the former's son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Williams in
Mrs. Clarence Phillips of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and her young daughter spent
the past weefc-end in Ocala, guests of
Mrs. Phillips' sister, Mrs. George Tay Taylor
lor Taylor and family and her mother, Mrs.
J. T. Blalock;
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Park arid son,
Rowell of Jacksonville, arrived in the
city Saturday by automobile for a few
days visit with the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Park. Before re returning
turning returning to their home they will visit
relatives at Crystal River.
Rev. John Conoley has returned to
his home in Gainesville. He held ser ser-v
v ser-v ices at the Catholic church yester yesterday
day yesterday and this morning. Easterserviccs
will b held in Gainesville next Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, but the following Sunday Rev.
Conoley will be in Ocala to hold services.
Belleview, March 25. The W. C. T.
U. mother's meeting held at the home
of Mrs. Fielding, Tuesday afternoon,
was both pleasant and profitable.
The devotional service was led by
Mrs. Weihe, president of the union,
after which the program of the aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, in charge of Mrs. Fielding,
Miperintendent of the mother's de department,
partment, department, was given.
"My Mother's Prayer" was sung fty
Mrs. Dendell and Miss Oakley.
Several short talks were given. Mrs.
Reynolds spoke of "The Home"; Mrs.
Wendell of "The Relation of the Moth Mother
er Mother to the School Teacher"; Mrs. Har Har-rell
rell Har-rell spoke of "Training Our Boys";
Miss Oakley told a sweet story illus illustrating
trating illustrating the mother-heart.
Mr. Lawhon, pastor of the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist church, gave a splendid talk on
"The Present Day Situation."
Miss Oakley sang "My Mother's
Bible" and Mr. Lawhon gave a solo.
Mrs. Weihe conducted the round
table and much was brought out in
the discussions, jn which all were
free to join.
Cake and iced lemonade were serv served
ed served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs.
Myer and Mrs. Stanley.
Little Misses Florence Calloway and
Elizabeth Chambers were entered as
white ribbon recruits. Secretary.
EAST OFTHE OK LA W A II A
.Shady, March 23. Mr. and Mrs. S.
L. Redding and children visited rela relate
te relate es at Charter Oak Sunday.
Mr. Harold Smith of Ocala and Mr.
Ctorge Leak were visiting the Doug Doug-Lis
Lis Doug-Lis boys Sunday.
Mr. George Buhl lost a good horse
:.s; week and his friends regret very
r: ueh to hear of it.
Mr. Clarence Redding and Mr. El-:;-.
Turner came up Sunday evening
i.'-. ir. Gaiter and with them Rogers
L:don, who spent the week-end with
liiv.id "down on the river."
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Barnes of Ocala
v c Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Janet Turner, 'who has been
for the past few days is better.
Little Marvin Turner is still unable
to return to school.
The many friends here of Mr. Rufus
Livingstone and his sister, Miss Mi.i Mi.i-r.ie,
r.ie, Mi.i-r.ie, are sorry to hear that they are
' th sick with flu in Bartow.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buhl and chil children
dren children visited Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Cuthill and Mrs. Cuthill Sr. at Martel
Mr. H. W. Douglas returned Mon Monday
day Monday from a visit at Eastlake and
Rev. C. W. White of Ocala will
picach here Sunday, the 28th, at 3:30
. m. Everybody is cordially invited
to come. The Sunday school will be
held before preaching, at 2:30 p. m.
RED AND WHITE
Standard Sizes & Grades
Ready to- Ship
Writcor Wire for Prices.
We caralso Ship Portland Cement at Once.
Carolina Portland Cement Co-
The palm Sunday service held yes yesterday
terday yesterday at the Episcopal church was
most interesting and enjoyable. Rev.
J. J. Neighbour preached a most in inspiring
spiring inspiring sermon. Miss Isabelle Shaw
sang the Psalms. Of course this num number
ber number was was most pleasing as Miss
Shaw has a remarkably cultured voice.
Mr. Neil Harris has returned from
Jacksonville, where he accompanied
Mr. Hurd, who proceded to his home
in Atlanta after a visit in the city
with his daughter,. Mrs. Newnan.
While' in the city Mr. Hurd was quite
sick, but his friends are glad to
know that he is on the road to recovery.
Special sale beginning Monday. A
sixty-cent jar Coco Butter Cold
Cream and a fifty-cent box Charmona
Face Powder, both for 63 cents at
Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf
Mr. William Hall, who came home
several, days ago from the Tome pre preparatory
paratory preparatory school in Maryland to re recuperate
cuperate recuperate from influenza, has had a re relapse
lapse relapse and is quite ill at the home of
his mother, Mrs. R. S. Hall on Fort
King avenue. His many friends trust
that he will soon be entirely well
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All Building Materials
I Distributor for
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FQ11 line Goodyear and United State Tires
EXIDE STORAGE BATTERIES
Misses Stella, Nina, Nettie and
Carita Camn arrived in the city yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon from their different
colleges to spend Easter week at the
home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Camp. Miss Gladys Baker
of Lexington, Mass., a college mate
of Miss Nettie Camp, accompanied the
Who's your haberdasher? See H. A.
Waterman, the haberdasher, for your
soring straw, Panama or balliluk hat.
L A. Waterman. 26-4t
GAS, OILS AND GREASE
Phone 129 Ocala, Fla,
Mrs. MeMurdo, who with her
daughter, Miss Doris MeMurdo have
Ic-cn spending the past three months
i?1 Ocala, located at the residence of
Mrs. Sidney Haile, let yesterday aft
ernoon for her home in Virginia
Miss MeMurdo will remain in the city
lor a month longer. During their
fhort stay in the city they have made
v.w-ny friends who trust that they
return again next winter.
Mrs. Ada Marsh returned home last
Thursday from Oxford, where she had
been visiting relatives and friends.
Messrs. William and Robert Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald attended church at Eureka
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Fore were visit visiting
ing visiting Mrs. Fore's parents Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Smith were
shopping in Lacota Saturday evening.
We understand there is a newly
married couple in Lacota. We wish
them both a happy and prosperous
life. Hurrah for John!
Mrs. Wade Hastings and Mr. Carl
Fore of Lake Kerr, were Sunday call callers
ers callers at the home of Mr. W. H. Fore.
Miss D'aisy Fore, Mr. Ray Curing Curing-ton
ton Curing-ton and Mr. Lebby of Wildwood dined
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt McDonald were
shippers in Ocala Saturday.
Miss Daisy Fore, Mr. Ray Curing-
ton, Miss Ada Fore and Mr. Lebby
motored up to Silver SprWgs Sunday
afternoon. They report having a jol
Miss Mary Yarborough and Mr. Ed Ed-son
son Ed-son Tucker attended church at Okla-
waha Bridge Sunday.
SoLves the milk
problem if you
cannot get fresh
Call Five One Nine
The Old Reliable
Loin Steak .' 40-45c.
Pork Chops 35c.
Big Roast 25c.
Fish, Oysters and Seasoning
J. D. Dawkins
111 WEST BROADWAY
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and, not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
FREE MOTOR INFORMATION
! .- U- .". v
The Star is an advertising medium thru which you can reach Ocala people.
Mr. L. B. Bennett, lubricating engi engineer
neer engineer of the Texas Company, will be at
cur filling station on Monday, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Wednesday, March 29, 30 and
31, to give free information as to the
proper lubrication of your motor re regardless
gardless regardless of the make of your car.
AUTO SALES CO.,
25-6t Mack Taylor.
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pylea and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
2:15 am Manatee- 3:35 pm
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:25 pm Tampa-St. P'tersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 3:15 am
1:45 pm J'ksonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm
6-42 am J'ksonvilie-G'nesvile 10:13 pm
3:18 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
:25 am Dun'ellon-L'kelnd 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13 pm Leesburg G:42am
4:45 pm Gainesville 1 1:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
Atlanta, Ga.: "I suffered for a long time
from feminine weakness which caused me
to become all run
down, weak and
nervous, and I suf suffered
fered suffered with back backaches
aches backaches and pains in
my side. I was just
as niisr riible as ono
could ever think of
lieing when I began
taking Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescrip Prescription
tion Prescription and it soon
built me up in
hftjilth and strength
and I felt so much
imnrnvpd in evoro
way. 'Favorite Prescription is the best
woman's medicine I have ever taken and I
expect to continue to praise it as long as I
live." MRS. ALICE MILAM, 07 Savan Savannah
nah Savannah St.
Augusta, Ga.: "Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription restored me to perfect health
when I had become a complete nervoua
wreck. I was suffering with backaches,
caused by my kidneys becoming congested,
and my nerves were completely shattered.
I was not able to do any work, I was so
weak. I tould not sleep, I was so nervous,
and my appetite was very poor. I was just
a wreck when my mother gave me the
'Favorite Prescription' and when I had
taken about five Ijottles I was well and
strong." MRS. N. L. GOODWIN, 1731
Hemorrhages and Nervousness
Maeou, Ga.: "At the turn of life I
became terribly weak, very nervous and
run-down. One of my neighbors in Ala Alabama
bama Alabama had been cured of a serious ailment
in Dr. Pierce's Institution in Buffalo, and
1 had always heard Dr. Pierce's medicines
spoken of so higldy that I just made up my
mind to try 'Favorite Prescription.' Two
Ix.Ules of this nwdicine brought me thru
th.; critical time in Kplendid health and cured
me of the hemorrhages ami nervousness. I
honestly do Ix-lieve Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription to Ije the very l-.t medicine a
woman can take to help her thru this critical
.period of life." M KS. JENNIE C.
PADGETT, 17S3 Third St.
YOU'LL BE WELL
with the monument we set up
in your family plot. There
will be dignity about the de design
sign design that will appeal to your
taste. There will be a beauty
of carving that will attract
your pleased attention. And
there will be a moderation in
our charges that cannot fail
to commend itself to' you. :
Ocala Marble "Works
- Ocala, Fla.
Have Your Motor Washed
179 ; :
Mr. L. B. Bennett, lubricating engineer, of
the Texas Company will be at our filling station
on North Main Street
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
March 29th, 30th and 31st
to give free information as to the proper lubri lubrication
cation lubrication of your motor regardless of make.
For nextjweek only we will sell Texas Motor
Oil at wholesale price
5 gal. Texas Motor Oil Medium ...... $3.50
5gal. Texas Motor Oil, Heavy 4.00
5 gal. Texas Motor Oil, Extra .... . 4.50
Compare these prices with those you are
now paying, to say nothing of the free cleaning
service that is yours.
This offer is open until April 3rd only
. Mack Taylor
Read the Star Want Ads. It pays
Meittoilioii aid Limtoer lei
YOU are cordially invited to come to
Ocala, any day during the week be beginning
ginning beginning Monday, March 29th, and ending
Saturday night, April 3rd, and see 'the
wonderful moving picture reel of the
Federal Truck Logging and Lumber
Outfits in actual work in the pine woods
A five hundred foot motion picture reel
of the logging demonstration, hauling
logs in the woods will be shown, each
afternoon and. each evening during the
week at the Temple Theater.
See the big Federal Trucks with King
or Miami Trailers hauling pine saw logs;
see the loading and unloading of the
logs ::: See the trucks plowing through
sand and mud up to their axles withthe
This firm is prepared to make demonstrations of the
trucks to ny person in Central Florida with heavy
hauling to do, and have an outfit suitable to your
individual needs, no matter what your business s
maybe. A Federal Truck for any business
Any Cross Tie, Sawmill, Logging or Veneer Firm will find the time
well spent to come to Ocala and see the moving pictures of the
trucks and trailers at work.
CARROLL MOTORS COMPANY
" OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, MARCH 29, 1920
STAPLE kW FANCY GROCERIES
fry Our Delivery Service
When You Want Meat
JUST ask US over the 'phone what you ought to
have for dinner, and we'll suggest something you
want, and get it to you NOW. Quick delivery service
is here for your accommodation. Use it. Our 'phone
1 fr 1
W. H. MARSH
I it it
AND FANCY GROCERIES
Temperature yesterday afternoon,
89. This morning, 59. This afternoon,
FLETCHER MADE THE FUR FLY
Mr. Benjamin Cook of Palm Beach
Las been in the city on a visit to his
son, Mrs. F. W. Cook and family.
The farmer's union picnic at An
thony tomorrow promises to be large
ly attended. Mr. L. M. Rhodes of
the state marketing bureau will be
there and deliver an address.
(Continued from First Page)
that he discovered at Camp Wheeler
three Geerman spies who had been in in-noculating
noculating in-noculating the food with poisonous
germs, and he saw them put where
they would never repeat that opera operation
tion operation it was the work of an overfed
imagination, without even a basis of
"Likewise when he states in his cir circular
cular circular that he bogged around Wash Washington
ington Washington knee deep in snow for four
days, sending telegrams, etc., you
wonder at the gift of romance dis displayed,
played, displayed, particularly when the truth is
ha was not in Washington at all that
winter, and there never was a time
when snow was knee deep on the
streets, much less on the sidewalks,
t ,i xt v.: i
f- C T Unnnor whn hsie Wn ill w uasmngiun, aim
sexeral days, came down town this "V5 Ia. a"LVf u "w
afternoon and reopened his barber
Miss Dixie Pillans. after a pleas
ant visit to her relatives at Eastlake,
returned today to Rodman, where she
act? as stenographer for the Rodman
cala Auto and Garaoe Coiepainiy
it Am. V
(Successors to Gates Garage)
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
Let us-prove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hundred
red hundred dollars more than any car, selling at the price.
$2,125.00 BellveFed tin Ocala
iiia Highway Garage 1
Ford Repairs a Specialty
We Use Genuine Ford Parts in Our Ford Cars
Armco Tires aind Tubes
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
shop, which was closed
assistant is also sick.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Ahearn and Mr.
and Mrs. D. C. Jones of Starke, have
returned home after a short but
pleasant visit in the city, guests of
Mrs. Ahearn's sister, Mrs. G. C. Shep-hard.
banks in which to send telegrams
The same fairy tale proclivity is ex exhibited
hibited exhibited when he speaks of my 'idle 'idleness
ness 'idleness and inactivity' and 'ostentatious
"If there is a man in Florida, who
has observed my work, and knows of
my habits, who would agree with the
governor, I should like to meet him.
He would be a rare specimen and I
could produce a thousand to one who
would disprove what he says.
Catts and Taxation
"There is one thing the people are
.' T 'mm
. JAMES ENGESSER, Proprietor
121 W. Broadway phone 373 Ocala, Florida
Mr. J. Jumeau and Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Vigoureaux from the pebble
phosphate region of South Florida,
were in town two or three days last deeply concerned about their taxes.
weeK. iney were an -residents ci vmi nWrv th crnvpmnr tnlk n lot
Ocala in the palmy days of phosphate, about his vetoes the measures which
but went down SOUth some dozen wprP nnt nnnrnvpH hut whv dnps hp
years ago, and have made a couple of not ten you that the state tax rate
cozy tortunes down mere. ivir. vi- was in 1915j 6 minSt 1916 6i mins
goreaux, before coming to America, and after he became governor, in
for ten years represented a depart- 1917 it was 9 minSt in ij18j 10 mills,
nent of b ranee m the chamber oi an(j jn 191o over 12 mills?
deputies. is ne a sincere friend of the poor
man, of the people, who, instead of
causing a reduction in their taxes, in
creases them 100 per cent, in four
"To be fair, I do mean to say that
some increase was not warranted, but
when he attempted to lay the blame
on the legislature, ask him what bill
"WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
AN N OUNCEME NTS
The many friends of Miss Jefferson
Bell and Mr. Joseph Bell are welcom welcoming
ing welcoming them most cordially on a visit to
the city. It has been some time since
the former wa in Ocala and she is
kept busy greeting her friends. Mrs.
George Blitch and Miss Daisy Bell of
li Eerytfiing Was As
Williston have been in the city for he objected to that carried an increase
several days, coming especially to in taxes? Ask him if he was not
xcnuvacc me jjch uuuic m mc caawu. i constantly recommending more
1 J i 1 a 1 T1.I1 II
part 01 ine cuy. wnere xviiss cen ana boards. more commissions, more
Mr. Bell will be while here. They ex- riiftPPo for Viim tn fill?
Ctieap As Our. Ice
aw a a if wph in thl pond old da VS.
A IIC tUO Ul uviatg n wuma ar. o
No use worrying, however, because it isn't that way. Be glad that
Ice is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving you
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
pect to remain a week or ten days.
FREE MOTOR INFORMATION
Ocala Ice $k Packing Co.
The (governor's Family
"He might have saved the state
over $18,000 by refraining from il
Mr. L. B. Bennett, lubricating engi- legally removing countv officers elect-
neer of the Texas Company, will be at ed bv the people. without cause
our filling station on Monday, Tues- When he says 'Governor Catts sands
day and Wednesday, March 29, 30 and for the common people," you migh
31, to give free information as to the wjth propriety enquire are the corn-
proper lubrication of your motor re- m0n people the Catts family! Here is
gardless of the make of your car. the showing as. to whom he stands for
.AUTO SALES CO., Daughter, private secretary.. $ 2,000
25-6t Mack Taylor. Dr.uc-hter. secretary of state
: ( -9
Newest Creations In
Ladies' & Children's
board of institutions and
board of pardons
Son, naval stores inspector
RATES Six line maximum, one
ime, 25c. ;three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month 3. Payable m ad-
UNITED STATES SENATOR
WANTED Two expert -automobile
mechanics. Ocala Motor Co. Phone
VALUABLE PROPERTY AT BAR
GAIN Two residences in Ocaia,
close in, choice location, pay good in
terest on money, all modern improve
ments, for sale at a bargain. Ad
dress Box C09, city. 29-Gt
W A N T E D Comfortable furnished
apartments for light housekeeping in
desirable neighborhood. Apply "vv
caie Star. 3-27-0t
ni ncv.v 1. Fi.inciii:u
To the I -:(. otratic Kltctors of Flor Florida:
ida: Florida: I takt- t :!.. opportunity to express
my sincere appreciation of the confi confidence
dence confidence you have litietofore reposed in
me, an J to. announce that at the pri primary
mary primary to le lieM on Tuesday. .June 8.
next. 1 will submit to your decision
whether it is your wish that I serve the
state another trm as one of its repre representatives
sentatives representatives in the United States Senate.
J have in tl.e past labored and will in
Hit; future endeavor to give full meas-ur-
of st rvii e. t The record of my work
is open to .11 and speaks for itself. An
examination of that record will disclose
many direct 'and indirect accomplisn accomplisn-mt
mt accomplisn-mt nts -beneficial to Florida and its
citizens. If a.rain favored, 1 will be in
a position to accomplish even more
than in the past, for length of service
in 4 he .Senate means increased prestige
and opportunity for greater achieve achievement
ment achievement in behalf of the state. During
the campaign 1 expect to meet and
discuss with you problems affecting
tiie welfare of the state and nation. I
Khali appreciate very much your active
support and your vote on June oth.
(Gratefully and sincerely.
DUNCAN 17. FL.KTOIIER.
WANTED Circle s a w-
yer 2or small mil!. Can
pay 50c per hour to right
man. Must be a hustler
and keep mil? going.
Phone orWriie T. S.
Mathews, Reddich, Fla.
WANTED Tvvvo sales salesman.
man. salesman. See L. A. Gabcl.
Ninety day and old fashion velvet Son. ad iutant general
beans, chuf as, Pyles and 'Gist seed Son, harbor master at key
corn. Ocala beed btore, phone 435. tr West,, estimated fees in ex
cess of : 1.000
William A. Brady of New York, the Son-in-law. tax collector, Du-
theatrical ana motion picture proauc- I vai county
er, says: 1 am an irishman and a son
of an Irishman, but I am no Sinn
p einer I am an American first. Any
Irishman, provoking -disloyalty to
Great Britain should get out of this
Governor's contingent fund...
FOR SALE All kinds of fertilizers,'
moss, cotton and cotton seed meal,
hay, peanuts, goobers, chufas, field
peas and velvet beans; all fresh goods.
We also buy potatoes, onions, chickens
and eggs, corn, syrup and in fact eve everything
rything everything the farmers have for sale. We
pay cash for everything we buy, and
sell for cash everything we sell. Come
on and let's do business. Ocala Ex Exchange
change Exchange and Hide Company. Phone 100.
I hereby solicit' the votes and active
support of all upstanding' tin terrified
democrats of .danoii county as tirst
clioice for governor, promising my best
in return. L1NCOUN HUIUKY.
S. C. 31. THOMAS
To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
County: I am a candidate for the of office
fice office of sheriff of Marion county. I was
born and raised in Alachua county, and
have lived in Marion county for the
past twenty years. During- that time i
have served several years as marshal
of the town of Dunnellon. and two
years as marshal of the city of Ocala,
and my record is therefore an open one.
it is useless ror me to make any fur further
ther further statement in regard to it. I have
been a life-long democrat, and with the
experience 1 have had in the offices
held by me. and having also been for
a good many years a deputy in the
sheriffs office, I feel that 1 can render
the character of service requisite to
fill such office, and 1 Respectfully solicit
the democratic vote for such office,
pledging myself "to the full perform performance
ance performance of every duty devolving upon me.
and a rigid and strict enforcement of
every law. Hes-pect folly,
S. C. M. THOMAS.
- JOS. W. DAVIS
To tike Democratic Voters of Marlon
County: i ihery announce myself a
candidate for tax assessor, subject to
the democratic primary in June. If
elected, I will give the office my entire
attention. Any-support will be appre appreciated.
ciated. appreciated. JOS. WrDAm
11.1,1AM A. JHFPCOAT
To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
County: i aai a candidate for the office
of county indue I was -born and raised
on a farm in Lexington county, C.
on of a Confederate veteran, liy hard
work, and applfca tion 1 secured an edu education
cation education ami Uugiit country school for
two years before reaching. my .majority,
at which time i came to Marion county,
Kla., fifteen years ago. 1 was a book bookkeeper
keeper bookkeeper for several years 'before study studying
ing studying law. Am now justice of the peace
for district No. 1. and a practicing law law-itr
itr law-itr of foar years' experienced 1 fully
appreciate the dignity of the office for
which i am soliciting your votes and
caii only .say that if elected I shalf do
my !et,t to administer "its.unairs witn
courtesy, honor anK justice. I believe in
ami shall jipaold the principle that true
liberty Is tound within the law and
never o itside it. Respectfully,
VM. A. JKFFCOAT.
100'.. WEffEE. SKIRT
,75 Q(Q) (.5
Ail Sizes and Styles
Now, Showing Everything in
Misses and Childrens
: As Usual We Lead in Style and Cut Prtces
lei i iy Clffiftaii
Utile Gents' Palin Beach
Men's and Boys Palm ytZ
eacli Hats at lePw
Everything In Childrens' nz0 f n ?Q Cft
Wash Suits w vO9U
Fertilizers, Moss, Cotton and
Cotton Seed Meal, Hay, Pea Peanuts,
nuts, Peanuts, Goobers Chufas,
Field Peas, Velvet
ALL FRESH GOODS
Chickens and Eggs, Potatoes,
Onions, Corn and in fact any anything
thing anything the farmer may have for
WE PAY CASH for every everything
thing everything we buy and demand cash
for everything we sell. Come
on and left's do business.
AND HIDE COMPANY
PHONE 400 OCALA, FLA.
Total to members of Catts'
"Does he forget he just had been in
the state long enough to be eligible
for the governor's office? He says,
by way of capitalizing his religion as
a political asset, that he is a 'plain,
straight, every -day Baptist.' I have
too much deference for religion to
permit the subject to be dragged into
the mire of politics, and I have too
much respect for the "Baptist faith to
concede that it needs the endorsement
of Governor Catts or welcomes his ex
ploitation. My grandfather was a bap
tist minister, so was my uncle, my
parents were Baptists. I am a trustee
of John B. Stetson University, a Bap
"I have been twice elected to the
Senate while a member of another
church, which believes in the divinity
of Christ, and the essential doctrine
of Jesus, and the unchanging sub
stances of religion.
"That church has furnished five out
of the twenty-eight presidents of the
United States. But a man's religion is
a sacred, personal thing, a matter be between
tween between the soul and the soul maker,
and has nothing to do with this contest.
"If there is anything guaranteed to
every citizen by the constitution of
the United States, it is perfect free-
FOR KALE One nice Jersey cow.
Will be frehs in about three or four
weeks. W. D. Cam. 27-Gt
FOR SALE On jrccount oi work now
done by a tractor, three good plow
mules. Price $200 each. Apply Parker
Painter, Broadacres, hxh miles norjh
cf Ocala on the West Anthony
rc ad. 24-Ct
WANTED If you have anything in
the line' of furniutre, either new or
second hand, call on me. I pay high
est cash prices for same. B. Goldman,
Ocala,- Fla. 9-tf
FOR SALE Florida Runner pea
nuts, well matured for seed: 12
cents per pound in any quantity. An
thony Farms, Anthony, .Fla.. 24-tf
L.. K. FLTCII
In announcing my candidacy for
county j iwl.e of Marion county in the
democratic primary election to be held
June 8th, 1120, I respectfully solicit
t'f support of tjie democratic Voters
arid my many friends. I was born in
Alachua county. Fla., a democrat all
my life, was admitted to practice law
in and have been actively engaged
in the practice of law since that time,
except the tirni I served in the army.
Should I be elected I shall conscltcn conscltcn-tiously
tiously conscltcn-tiously discharge the duties of said of office
fice office to the best of my ability with fair fairness
ness fairness and Justice to all. I will not per
mit tne use or this ornce lor the pro
motion or any private Interest of my
own or others. I K. FUTCH.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
FURNITURE, ETC. i buy and se1!
secon 1 hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, onarnelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
310, .'512, 314 South Slain St. 23-tf
A. E. GERIG
Miller's Antiseptic Oil. Known
Watch Our Show Windows
And Keep Posted,
Remember Our Special Cut Price Sale
Days oi Each Week
Wednesday and Saturday
F. P. GADSON, Prop.
Guaranteed to Relieve Pain,
Rheumatism Neuralgia etc.
X IX AT
Bitting- & Co., druggists, Ocala. Fl
OAK and PINE
Cut to Any Length
GILES WOOD YARD
Pine, nure bred stock. $1.50 for 15.
Call phone 304. R. N. Dosh, 702 S.
FOR SALE Cut down 1U18 model
Ford; new tiroes; A-l condition; price
for immediate sale $350 cash. Ad Address
dress Address P. O. Box 421, Ocala, Fla. 25-tf
LOST Between Leesburg and. Ocala,
dark gray overcoat, gloves in pocket.
Name J. W. Shaw inside pocket. Find
er pkase communicate with J. W.
WAITED To rent furnished apart apart-n.ent
n.ent apart-n.ent or house. Permanent. Best of
references. Address, Box 42. .i-27-m
FOR SALE Lot on West Broadway
t r- e a.
near iair grounus, 10a xeet square;
four-room house; cash price $300. A-
ply to Randolph Moore, Evinston,
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Two rooms, suitable for light house
keeping and with all modern improve
merits. Apply to C Y. Miller, 124 S.
Tt-nth street. 3-24-tf
Shaw, Quincy, Fla., or office of this
dom of religious worship. .What yoivrnewspaper. 27-6t
are concerned about is, in judging a
man, is his conduct; what is his char character,
acter, character, is he honest, truthful and clean
not what he says he believes.
"I refuse to discuss the subject with
a man wno linKs nimseii witn Jesus
Christ and Sears, Roebuck & Co. Such
sacrilege proves conclusively the
fraud and humbug and deception in involved
volved involved in putting out such absurd
"He claims to have 'forced the state
to go dry.' The fact is state-wide pro prohibition
hibition prohibition received 24.506 votes in 1910;
before Catts came to Florida, and only
21,867 in 1918. I do not like to refer
to unpleasant things, but what about
that campaign donation in 1916, con contributed
tributed contributed by the liquor interest ?
"Suppose we admit the governor
does not intend to deliberately and
maliciously mislead the public" and de
ceive the people, then he must have
formed the habit of assuming to be
true what he would like to be, and
also, of allowing his imagination to
lead him into vagaries and loose" talk
in an uncontrolled and reckless man manner.
ner. manner. Or is he a humorist indulging
in the form of humor all through by
"For instance, does he really be believe
lieve believe what he said, that the republi republicans
cans republicans during his campaign for gover
nor offered him $50,000 in cash, to
take down Allen, the republican can
didate, and thnv him the republican
vote and give him anything this side
of secretary of war, provided Mr.
Hughes was elected if he would make
Hughes speeches and throw the Catts
strength to the Huches column?
wonder if he really thinks if he had
gone for Hughes Florida too would
have been carried for Hughes, and
Wilson defeated. He says bo."
V. I. COL.1II2HT
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County: I liereby announce my can candidacy
didacy candidacy for the office of tax assessor fur
Marlon county, subject to the demo democratic
cratic democratic primary. If elected, I promise
to give my entire time and attention
to the lutierf of the office -and will to
a I a M V P A
me oesi oi niy auiuiy give same a
llean and business-like administration.
1 w;ll appreciate any support that you
can sivt? rue during the campaign and
earnestly solicit your vote at the poll.s.
Respectfully, W. I COI,L5KKT.
V. V. .STRIPLING
To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
County: Trusting that the tax collec
tor s office has been conducted In such
a iiynner as to inet-t with the approval
of Uie tax payers of Marion county
while in my charge, 1 shall be a candi
date for the democratic nomination for
this office at the coming election to be
held June 8th. 1' believe that I have
proven "the man on the Job" during
my term as promised during the lat
campaign. If nominated again I can
make no better promise for the ruture.
Under date of May 26th. the assistant
state auditor In his report., says of the
collector's -office of Marlon county:
Fhe tax collector is very accurate In
all of his accounts." With the above
statejnent I pledge you the best that
Is in me for the best interests of all the
people of Marloiv county, and ask your
support at the polls.
W. VV. HTIUFLIHU.
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
FOR SALE Eight months old pure purebred
bred purebred Jersey-Duroc boar, son of the
giant Defender boar that heads the
Anthony Farms heid and the top of
ten gilts purchased from this herd last
spring. Price, 7r. Apply Parker
Painter, Broadaeies, 7,'2 miles north
of Ocala on the Anthony rpad.
JAMES B. THOMAS
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County: J hereby announce myself a
candidate for clerk of the circuit court
In the June primary of this year, sub
je':t to the democratic voters.
1 have been a member of the county
democratic executive committee for
quite a number of years and have been
tru and faithful to my party, though
have never before asked for an office.
I now .reside At Sparr within ten miles
of where I was born a little over forty
years ago. I have arfamily of six chil
dren that I very much desire to bring
ui in the straight and narrow way.
therefore promise the voters of this
county, if I am elected clerk, I will give
you the best service possible. I will
look after your inteensts In a 1tind and
courteous war and will try to make
you feel at home when you vi3lt the
1 respectfully ask your support.
JAMKS IZ. T1IJMAH.
T. li. LANCASTER JR.
To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
Coiuity: 1 announce my candidacy for
the office of clerk of the circuit court,
subject to th primaries June 8th. 1920.
1 was born in this county twenty-nine
years a?? and have ever since lived
here. I have been employed in the
clerk's office since and from actual
experience am thoroughly conversant
with the several duties and require requirements
ments requirements of ame. Since attaining my ma majority
jority majority I have been a member of the
democratic party, true to same in name
and in fact. if elected I promise the
patrons of the office to keep the affairs
of same at all time in my personal
charge and an efficient, courteous ad administration
ministration administration of its various duties and
r-sr.oi:ssib:iitiej. I respectfully solicit
your support. T. D. LANCASTER JR.
C. E. CONNOR
To the Democratic Voters of, Marlon
County: 1 hereby announce myself as a
c .1 nti i late for the office of clerjt of the
-irrr"t court, subject to the primaries
of June Sth, 1'ji'O. 1 am a native of Falr-ti-ld
county. S. C. tame to Ocala to
wrk ir 18H before I was of age. Have
tirt-'i ;i-nt ifir-d with Ocala. and Marion
oomty for U years. Have always voted
t:i. democratic ticket. Married a Flor Florida
ida Florida 'irl in lbX and we have a family of
eirht, rive boys and three girls, that are
a credit to itny community. Have edu-i-at-d
live arid have three yet to finish
educating. Have been deputy clerk cir circuit
cuit circuit court under Clerks Slslrunk ana
Nugent for eight years and am now
" eri porn rily t-.nrdoed in straightening
up the -lerk"-: office in Inverness. There
is Nothing aVut the clerk's office do
not '::.. -,v i;iw to do. Have never oeen
a )n iidate for an office before and did
rrwt t-x'pw-t to be now. but oed help to
tini.sh thf- education of our three young young-en
en young-en children. If elected I will always
W. D. CAUX
To the People of Marion County: I
hereby announce as 'a. candidate- for the
office of superintendent of public In
struction of Marlon" county, Florida. I
will greatly appreciate your support
during the campaign and your vote in
the June primary. I pledge my whole
interest and energy to the schools of
the county. W. D. CARN.
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, -chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435 tf
IJADSOCK'S WOOD VA'RD VA'RD-your
your VA'RD-your orders to Smoak's shop.
FOR SALE One eight-year-old mare
mule, weight around (JL0 pounds. Price
$250. E. B. Lytle, Weirsdale, Fla., I2t
FOR SALE I have three half-acre
lots for sale at a. bargain on Fort
King avenue just opposite Dr. C. 13.
Aver's residence. Jack Thomson. 12t
M SL! What would happen
to ins it I were your kid?
Veil, if you're not acquainted
with Calumet Dakings you
do.i't know what a good ex excuse
cuse excuse I have. Can't Help
Ilelinr.g Myself they're go
good Good for roe too, be be-cr.:
cr.: be-cr.: ;c Cslunift Bakings are
wLolesorr.'S and eerily digested.
Millions of riot!ers use
because of its purity becsuse
it always gives best results and is
ec'nfnniCl in cost and ve."
Calumet contain tmty meh
inZTsditritm ft hzV9 been Gf Gf-proved
proved Gf-proved officially by ( U. S.
ton sa0 whan vou buy It.
. You mavm when you um It.
HIDES WANTED We are paying
the highest market price for green
and salted hides. Full weight. B.
Goldman, Ocala, Fla. 20-tf
FOR SALE Two large proven brood
sows, grades, one Poland China, one
Duroc. Will have pigs in a few weeks.
' 1 M i T I II. 1iU I UI 11 I k 11 L. A A J 11M 0 Tmr i r
every courtesy and the very best j UXIICIinSTri--- 9HSf. Sl
P-r?onal service and will make you feel 2? &5A S 5
it h,n- in the clerk's office, and will S J? JrfWxX f;
uiv- t:.e bet ?irety company bond. 1 1 -454 oGjlV, fit
ok lawaha. Florida. ktfk I
Both are exceptionally fine sows.
Price $C0 each. w"Also three smaller
grr.de sows soon to have pigs at $40
each. Parker Painter, Broadacres,
miles north of Ocala on the West
FOR SALE Two Jersey cows, ont
extra fine, giving three gallons per
ciav; other to be fresh in few days. C.
A.Holloway, 715 Lime St. Ocala. 19-tf
Just arrived at the Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store the prettiest line of bath bathing
ing bathing caps ever shown in Ocala. 18-10t.
4th St., UcalA.