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Par'i3, Aug:- 20. Military successes
for the Poles continued today accord according
ing according to a report to the French foreign
ofnce. The Poles are fighting trader
plans elaborated by French General
Weygand and a staff of GOO French
cff.cers. ';' .'..':. ': -A
HI GUT SWING ON THE REDS
Warsaw, Aug; J 20, The extreme
right wing of the Polish army is
marching on Brest-Litovsk, 120 miles
east of 'Warsaw',' says a ." Polish". ofEc ofEc-ial
ial ofEc-ial dispatch. The right wing has
ccptured Siedclo and Bielsk, the state statement
ment statement says. : :
POLES IN BIELA
Paris, Aug. 21). The Temps says
Polish troops have occupied Biela,
25 miles west of Brest-Litovsk.
N ANOTHER POLISH VICTORY
Washington, Aug. 20. The Amer American
ican American commissioner in Berlin reports
the receipt of advices from Posen re-
porting the capture of Brest-Litovsk
by the Poles. i
PREPARE TO VOTE
Secretary of State Colby is prepar-;
'ing to issue the necessary documents;
to the states to enable the women toi
vote. It is not expected to take a
. great length' of time, f, .v.. : h ; i
Registration of women may begin;
in Marion county next week. The
county books are, now open at Super Supervisor
visor Supervisor Barco's office in the courthouse
three days in the week, from Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday noon .to Saturday noon. During
t'.G firsts week: in-next month, Super?
, visor Barco will send its book to the
proper official in each precinct, where
it will remain several weeks. If nec necessary,
essary, necessary, Mr. Barco will keep his books
open in Ocala six days in the week:!
' Women ; who'Tegfster for 'yttotrnext
election will, have to follow the same;
order of procedure as men who "have
just come of age. They must be over
twenty-one, have lived in the state a
year, in the county six' months in in
their votincr nrecinct thirty f days.
They will not have to pay any poll
tax for this election. After the first
of the year they will have to pay a
poll tax of one dollar a year.
The following from the Florida
Metropolis will be of considerable in interest:
terest: interest: Ratification of the Susan B. An Anthony
thony Anthony or suffrage amendment to teh
federal constitution by th,e Tennessee,
legislature, the last state necessary
to make it effective and opeartive,
has niven Florida politicians some something
thing something to talk about in connection with
the November 'election, and through throughout
out throughout the state preparations are being
made by county officials to ; make it
possible for the women who intend to
exercise their new born franchise.
Registration of women is expected
to begin in practically every county
in Florida immediately upon the pro promulgation
mulgation promulgation of the amendment by the
secretary of state at Washington,
which i3 expetced to be before the
tnd of the week.
N Frank L. Ironmonger, registration
oCacer for Duval county, announced
this morning that he is already at
work making preliminary arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for the registration of women
in Duval county. It is his purpose,
he says, to open registration books
in every precinct in the county to en enable
able enable the women to register with the
same ease and, convenience afforded
men prior to the reecnt' primary elec election.
tion. election. The registration books will be
open at the courthouse and the var various
ious various precincts of the county, of which
there are 16, as quickly as the ratifi ratification
cation ratification of the nineteenth amendment
is proclaimed. In view ; of the fact
that the time will be relatively short
for the registration of a good per percentage
centage percentage of the women who are eli eligible
gible eligible to exercise thdr franchise, it
will be necessary to act swiftly, ac according
cording according to the registration officer.-.'.-':.
According to : the : opinion, of the
registration officer, it will not be nec necessary
essary necessary for the new voters to pay their
poll tax in order to vote. They oc
cupy the same position, he says, tnat
a vouns? man iust turned 21 finds
himself in when he goes to register
to participate in the next succeeding
election. He has but to register.
That there will be no necessity for
the payment of poll taxes in order to
Tsarticirjate m the November election
will be welcome news to the suffrage
leaders and supporters of the state
who are counting on getting out the
largest possible registration and vote
in the November eelction.
It is necessary, in the opinion of
informed politicians and city and
county omciais, mat women win oe
eligible to take part m primary elec
tions, providing they declare them
selves as member? of the party put
tinrr forth the candidates in the elec
tion. It is probable, however, that it
From All Indicaiior.3, Attempt to
Recon&ider SufTrage in Tennessee
Will Meet Failure
NaahvHle. Aue-i 20. The Tennessee
house adjourned today until 10 o'clock
tomorrow without any attempt of the
anti-ratificationists- to force reconsid
eration of the woman suffrage amend
ment. The motion to adjourn was
offered by a suffrage leader and car carried
ried carried overwhelmingly. The failure of
Speaker VW alker to move for recon recon-sideartion
sideartion recon-sideartion is taken by suffragists to
indicate he had not sufficient strength.
- MRS. JOHN D. KING
The body of Mrs. John D. King
was found in Lake Weir, near Wood-
mar, early this morning.
Mrs. King was a resident of Terre
Haute, Ind., had been very ill with
influenza, and on the advice of her
physicians was brought to Eastlake
by ker husband several months ago.
Mr. and Mrs. King and a trained
nurse occupied the Goodwin cottage,
and while Mrs. King sometimes felt
better, she was, very frail and suffer suffered
ed suffered a good deal at times. She slipped
out of the house some time last night,
probably went into the water and
found herself too weak to keep up.
It is not know whether the funeral
will ftake place here or the body will
be taken to the former home of the
deaceased. 3?he decision will not be
made until Mrs. King's sister arrives
here from Terre Haute tomorrow or
next day. Mclver & MacKay have
charge of the arrangements.
will be necessary to change the work working
ing working cf state and city laws governing
the qualifications of electors in the
primary elections. ...
Helen Hunt, chairman for Florida
of the national women's party, issued
the following statement Thursday:
"Only people who have taken an
Active "'part in th "national J- suffrage ;
fight know what an intensive fight it
has been, or can experience the feel
ing of relief victory has brought. Only
the Workers know the activity of the
opposition or the methods employed
and obstacles placed in the way of
the enfranchisement of women.
"It was a matter of simple justice
and we are highly gratified that our
fight for democracy is won.
"As to how women will accept this
privilege I have, found, with compar
atively few exceptions, that the real
workers for, and genuine believers in
the principle of suffrage, believe that
the ballot is the dignified implement
of a democracy, and feel that women
in general will accept this responsi responsibility,
bility, responsibility, not as a pastime or plaything,
but as a solemn duty, and a means to
be used for cleaning and keeping
clean the national household, and for
"I, do not believe that American
women will fail in Americanism and
this new duty, any more than they
have ever failed to shoulder any bur
den when the voice of necessity call
ed. In every period of stress exper
ienced by the country this has been
"The men' of thought the men of
broad mind and character and keep
political insight, who have appreciat
ed the fact that women have always
been called upon to share the burden
of failures and have stood shoulder to
shoulder in sharing the heavy bur burdens
dens burdens incident to success or failure,
eacrifice and all that this has meant,
have been instrumental in giving us
the substantial, necessary support to
putting over ; the nineteenth amend
ment to the federal constitution.
"The work of the national woman's
party in Florida, has been quiet, but
effective, and irrespective 'of organi organization
zation organization lines, we have worked for suf
frage, not for glory, for any one arm
of the suffrage movement, but" for the
cause, the winning of which 'we have
all contributed to. -H
"Now that the enfranchisement; of
women is a reality, I believe that the
opposing forces will lay down their
arms quietly, and that in our state
as soon as the smoke of battle has
cleared away we will be working in
harmony as fellow citizens. The grav
est menace under the new order of
things will be in the fact that some
may rush to conclusions through mis misrepresentations
representations misrepresentations of conditions by un
scrupulous people, and it behooves ev every
ery every woman to register and carefully
study every phase of the political sit situation
uation situation before casting her vote at the
"I like to believe that women will
vote for issues, and that on the whole
will vote their honest convictions.
Women are just human, nothing more
nor less, and we do not expect them
to go into this immense arena of
politics and bring about a political
millenium. I believe but few women
will vote for measures that will lower
the standard of their home environ
ment, and naturally taht means the
Consistory at Rome has Told th
Fiery Archbishop to be More
Moderate and Careful
V (Associated Press)
London, Aug. 20. The consistory
at Rome has directed a strong exhor exhortation
tation exhortation to Archbishop Mannix, urging
moderation in his treatment of Brit British
ish British political questions, .according to
a British official message from Rome.
AFFECTS CATTLE RAISERS
Unable to Make Adequate Lca&s,
Texas Cattlemen Have to
Slaughter their Beeves :
V (A&soclated Press)
Fort Worth, Tex.; Aug. 20. Texas
cattlemen are facing a very serious
situation, which has its bearing on
the country's beef supply, due to their
inability to get loans, according to A.
C. Williams, assistant secretary of
the Cattle Raisers Association of
Texas. He said that the money
stringency-was bringing; about the
depletion of existing herds and pre preventing
venting preventing the building up of new ones.
f 'More good pasturage is going : to
waste in the cattle country than for
many years," Mr. Williams said.
"Range conditions in Texas and else
where have been ideal for the past
year, and" prices, though unsatisfac unsatisfactory,
tory, unsatisfactory, have not in general meant ac actual
tual actual loss t the stockmen. .The rela relatively,
tively, relatively, low prices prevailing have
been in goodly measure a result of
the inability to obtain credits, v lv
"The present financial situation,
however, following on the heels of
severe drouths in both the southwest
and northwest, is bringing about a
reduction of the cattle population
which must in the end mean mount
ing, beef prices and nation-wide eco economic
nomic economic loss.
."On a recent trip through West
Texas and New Mexico I had occas occasion
ion occasion :to: observe that many pastures
were unstocked, or. thinly stocked,
and 'inquiry developed the fact that
owners were anxious to stock and had
plenty of security but could not ob
"Many cattlemen whose .ranches
were stocked were being compelled to
liquidate, and thousands of cattle
which ; should normally be used for
breeding, or at least for development
into finished beef, were being sold for
"The sheep-raising interests of the
San Angelo country are even more
seriously threatened than the cattle
interests. This is due in part to the
financial, stringency, and is having its
bearing on the cattle situation.
men's problem, however, appears to
be the virtual withdrawal of the wool
buyers from the market. The wool
crop this year in the San Angelo ter territory
ritory territory is estimated at between 8,000, 8,000,-000
000 8,000,-000 and .9,000,000 pounds, an increase
of about 3,000,000 pounds over former
"Comparatively, little of that has
been marketed because the buyers,
having comfortable stocks on : hand,
are not offering anything like a fair
price. The growers are endeavoring
to hold, and have several million
pounds stored at San Angelo and
RAISE IN EXPRESS RATES
Washington, Aug. 20. The Inter Interstate
state Interstate Commerce Commission has set
August 27th for a hearing on the
application of the American Railway
Express company for further in increases
creases increases in rates.-
VIOLENT RAINS IN VIRGINIA
Lynchburg, Aug. 20. The con continuous
tinuous continuous rainfall of the past 24 -hours
has' caused three washouts on the
main line of the Southern Railway
between Lynchburg and Charlottes Charlottesville
ville Charlottesville and according to Danville re reports
ports reports the tobacco crop has suffered
serious damage. There is four inches
of water in the Danville section.
PICKING UP THE PIECES
Boston, Aug. 20. The broken for fortunes
tunes fortunes of Charles Poniz and thousands
of investors in his get-rich-quick
scheme were placed in a receivership
by the federal district court today.
BUFORD WANTS A
Tallahassee, Aug. 19 Rivers H.
Buf ord of Marianna, democratic nom nominee
inee nominee for attorney general, is of the
opinion that it is absolutely neces necessary
sary necessary that a special session of the
legislature should j be immediately
called to enact proper laws on the
subject of a valid statute defining
the qualification of voters, in view of
the equal suffrage amendment to the
federal constitution Tampa Tribune.
Perhaps, However, Victories Around
Warsaw May Change Minds
of the Poles
.London, Aug. 20. The second sit sitting
ting sitting of the Russo-Polish peace confer conference
ence conference will be held at Minsk Thursday
and Russia's terms will be substan substantially
tially substantially the same as those published in
London and communicated to the
Poles, says a Moscow official state statement.
ment. statement. IRREGULAR BUT IMPERATIVE
Tallahassee, Aug. 18. The board
of commissioners of state' institutions
in session here today authorized John
C. Luning, state treasurer, and Ern Ernest
est Ernest Amos, state comptroller, to make
arrangements to secure from such
bank or banks as they can make the
most satisfactory business arrange arrangement
ment arrangement with the funds necessary, to car carry
ry carry ; on the state hospital for the in insane
sane insane and the boys' industriaf school
until the first of the year.
; The board has been for some time
facing a deficit in the funds appro appropriated
priated appropriated for the maintenance of these
institutions, and it is said that the
appropriations have proved insuffic insufficient
ient insufficient because of the increase ,in the
prices of, all supplies, commodies, etc
The matter has been under considera consideration
tion consideration for some time, but definite ac action
tion action was not taken to relieve the sit situation
uation situation until today. It is stated that
the amount necessary for the institu institutions
tions institutions until the first of the year is in
the neighborhood of $200,000. It has
been stated locally that the only other
course possible to secure relief would
have been an extra session of the
legislature. It is said that ca the
motion to authorize the two state
officials ; to make the arrangements
above set out the vote was: Affirma Affirmative,
tive, Affirmative, Messrs. McRae, .'Luning and
Amos; negative, Messrs. Crawford,
Sheats and Swearingen. Thi3 was a
tie "and the governor: cast" the decid deciding
ing deciding vote in favor of the motion,
v,; : .
KILLED AT ARCADIA
' Washington, August 19 Second
Lieutenant Samuel P. MacNeill. of
the marine corps, was instantly killed
at Carlstrom field, Arcadia, Fla., yes yesterday
terday yesterday when the plane in which he
was 'flying went into a' tail spin 600
fett from the ground.
Lieut. MacNeill'g permanent sta station
tion station was at Quantico, Va., though his
parents reside at Wauwatosa, Wis.
The cause : of the accident has not
been determined. The .machine in
which he fell was a French pursuit
model used for speed flying and acrobatic-performance.
m n, m
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daily except Sunday .... 11 :50
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Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
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We do not claim that EVERWEAR
HOSIERY NEVER WEAR out, but
we do claim that EVERWEAR will
endear them to you. Agency at
Tiilula Lodge No. 22, L 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. UcCasHiL N. G.
IL R, LufTman, Eecrttxry.
There'd be No Such Row at Sim
. Elitch's Prison Farm at
Baltimore, Aug. 20 Streams from
fire hose quieted a riot in the dorm dormitory
itory dormitory of the Maryland penitentiary
today. The hunger strikers, who re refused"
fused" refused" to work unless given a greater
variety of food, tore out the electric
lights and started a demonstration
lasting two hours. Nobody was hurt.
MADE A GREAT RUSH
The prisoners completely wrecked
the dormitory and almost succeeded
in reaching the prison yard. They
showered the police and firemen with
missiles until they saw the futility of
COL. YOUNG KNEW
WILSON AS A BOY
Col. C. B. Young, an old Confeder Confederate
ate Confederate soldier, and for many years a
member of the Arkanses legislature,
during the civil war, was wounded at
a battle in the valley of Virginia and
was taken to a hospital at Staunton,
Va. During several weeks of his stay
he was visited several times by a
Presbyterian minister by the name of
Wilson and his little son, Woodrow, a
boy of eight.
.The colonel said he was attracted
by the boy as he found him very in intelligent
telligent intelligent and well posted for his age.
He said to him one day, "Woodrow,
you are a bright boy and some day
you may become president of the
United States." He said he paid no
further attention to it until he saw in
the papers where, WToodrow Wilson
had been nominated by the demo democratic
cratic democratic party for president.
He '.wrote v to Mr.: Wilson," who"' was
governor of New Jersey at the time,
and repeated the conversation in the
hospital. Mr. Wilson replied and said
his remark in the hospital at Staun Staunton,
ton, Staunton, Va., made such an impression
rpcn Mm t. -a boy thgt he remember remembered
ed remembered the circumstance well.
Watch for the announcement telling
what day the "Page of Presidents"
will appear and try to get the Star's
$15 .cash prize. Contestants out' of
the city stand an equal chance.
;-.',;-- MEXICAN PESOS
Mexico City, Aug. 2. Proceedings
against 48 army paymasters are ac actually
tually actually pending in federal district
courts, involving the disappearance
since 1914; of more than 2,000,000
pesos of army funds, according to the
Excelsior, which quotes Eduardo Ne Ne-ri,
ri, Ne-ri, attorney general.. The attorney
general,, it is stated, is desirous of
pushing these cases and demanding
the extradition of those missing pay paymasters
masters paymasters known to have sought refuge
in other countries.
ENGLISH WON THE
STEEPLECHASE AT ANTWERP
Antwerp, Aug. 20. England won
first place in the SOCO-metre steeple steeplechase
chase steeplechase race in the Olympic games to today,
day, today, when Hodge led the field. Three
Americans were among the first six
to finish. ';'.'.;-y-7
Rudd of South Africa won the 400 400-metre
metre 400-metre race; Nurmi of Finland won
the 10,000-metre run, and Allen Wood Wood-ring
ring Wood-ring of Philadelphia, won the 200 200-metre
metre 200-metre dash.
GREAT CROWD ATTENDED
FUNERAL OF RAYMOND
. (Associated Press)
Cleveland, Aug. 20 Thousands of
persons were unable to obtain admis admission
sion admission to the church today at the fun funeral
eral funeral of Raymond Chapman, the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland ball players who was killed by
a pitched ball. The pdeestrians stood
at attention during the passage of the
funeral cortage and industrial plants
of the city closed for a few minutes
as a tribute to his memory.
DON'T INTEND TO
The Republicans Give Us to Under Understand
stand Understand They Will Make Their
Marion, O Aug. 20 Senator Hard Harding's
ing's Harding's campaign will continue as pre previously
viously previously planned, regardless of the
strategy adopted by the democrats, it
was said today by Harry M. Daugh Daugh-erty,
erty, Daugh-erty, member of the republican execu executive
tive executive committee, after a conference
with the nominee. Senator Harding
has no intention of abandoning bis
front porch policy, though some
speeches will be made in other cities.
CASH AND CARRY
People who want to SAVE MONEY
are dealing at the U-SERVE
GROCERY, "Cash and Carry'
Ocala Hsuse tlcck. lS-i
Report that They Were Likely to be
Kidnapped Vas a Eye Eyeless
less Eyeless Rumor
- Washington, Auj;. 20. Cabled re reports
ports reports from Tokio of the plot to hold
American congressmen -in Korea is
characterized as a groundless Japa Japanese
nese Japanese fabrication by the chairman of
a! rr t
iae ivorean commis.sion loaay.
Oties.and Museum;! .Throughout the
Country Receive Awards from
' French Mission : K
New York, Aug. :E0. Thousands of
war trophies brought from the bat battle
tle battle fields of Francs for use during
the libera y loan and other drives are
being distributed at the warehouse of
the French mission here. The material
includes guns of all kinds u:5ed by the
French, British aud Germans, caval cavalry
ry cavalry swords, cuirassea, shells and sol soldier
dier soldier equipment.
-v'Large demands for trophies have,
comfr from inland cities, according: .to
Major Jean Malye, director cf the
bureau of information, Direction Gen General
eral General Des Services Francais Aux Etats
Unis, now in this city.;
One of the largest single 'collec 'collections,
tions, 'collections, with the. exception cf that giv given
en given to .Washington for the' National
Museum, was presented to, the Army
and Navy. Club of America. The
trophies will be preserved in a suit suitable
able suitable environment to ; be included in
the plans for the new $3,C00,C00 club
I. it. .i J 1 l ?
aouje uiai, is to c-e greciea m rcner
vx ukv iixcexs jviueu i.n lue wax.
,: The collection of 50'. pieces is mads
up of canon, flame throwers, trench
mortars, machine guns," bayonets,
rifles, swords, cuirasses, wire cutting
machines, trench stoves, brasiers,
marmites, shells and- shell ba&kets,
sarine. signal nags una cinex in i cr cresting
esting cresting and valuable .-trophies. Tm
selection was made by Captain -Adrian
Duane Doty, U. S. Signal Corp3. rep representing
resenting representing the clab.
' Tanks and Gerrgi.n field pieces
weighing from one ton to ten recent
ly have been given to cities like Chi
cago, St. Louis, Chattanooga and
others as far away' an, Texas.
been given to Bloomfiisld, N. J. Mont Mont-clair
clair Mont-clair received a whippet tank, ,vhile
the National Museum at. Washmgtoa
was awarded a large 16-man tank.
Other valuable pieces were sent to
Washington, including an airplane,
sample pieces of all the foreign ar-.
tillery used during the war, uniforms
and field kitchens. ;
The prize of the collection, a Big
Bertha, wras claimed by ML Kiseo,
N. Y., and will be placed in a promi
nent position there. The State Uni
versity at Baton Rouse. La., ks re.
quested the immediate; shipment cf a
German minnenwerfer Chattanooga
has been given a German 150 milli millimeter
meter millimeter gun weighing three tons.
.The Chicago collection was chosen
by Colonel E. M. Marr. It will be
shipped to that city within the next
few days, Sergeant Fred Aneth, of
the French army, who has been in
charge of the material of r two years,
announced. An idea of the demands
made for trophies, he said, could be
gained from the fact that more than
S000 French helmets and an equal
number of uniforms had been dispos disposed
ed disposed of.
;- To various posts of the Americas
Legion field pieces have been given.
All requests are filed at tha cCxe cf
the director generale, 65 Broadway,
before permission is civen to inspect
and select the trophies.
FOR WOMAN SUFFRAGE
Tokio, July. 24 The at
universal suif rage in Japan 'have not
abandoned the struggle ar.d are fre frequently
quently frequently holding mass meetings in be behalf
half behalf of the project. The speakers de denounce
nounce denounce the government for turning
against the will of the people who,
they assert.- demand an immediate
The house ,of representatives was
dissolved early this year follov.inj an
attempt of the opposition party to in introduce
troduce introduce a, geenral franchise bill. At
a "subsequent election the government
party obtained a clear majority.
ALWAYS COUNT ON A EOY
TO WAKE 'EM UP
Waukesha, Wis., Aug. 20
Clara Jorgenscn has regained con consciousness
sciousness consciousness after sleeping for more
than two years in the county asylum.
A six-year-old boy visitor is believed
to have awakened her memories.
The trend of the times is for ECO ECONOMY.
NOMY. ECONOMY. To SAVE HONEY trade at
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same Ocala or Marion county ofHce,
we are going to .be neutral, strictly
If there is any chance for a man to
be the next mayor of Ocala, a good
locking bachelor. 'of the 'age of. Uia Uia-creti.n,
creti.n, Uia-creti.n, with high class manners,
should be the 'favorite. Ye nominate
Buck Howse, his nomination to be
subject to withdrawal 4f he marries
before election day,
Oar secretary of state, Bainbridge
Colby, said our government would
back the : independence of Poland':, to
the limit. Then he said this country
couldn't send troops to aid the Poles,
or even send them ammunition.-A Mr.
Colby's idea of the limit must be
about the top of the table.
Marshal Thomas has had a scare
It has been intimated that the ladies
cf Ilarion county would put out an
independent ticket, and cn it put the
name of a certain muscular lady. a3 a
candidate "for sheriff. In that event,
Mr. Thomas has marked out a line of
retreat for th tall timber.
They are talking about setting up
schools all over the country to "teach
the women how ta vote, and one would
net be amiss in Ocala. Ye surprised
one good lady very much today by
telling her .Vi e didn't have to have
property in oi ::!r to vote. That's 'one
r.u -ke a man ;..-.ver makes.
This borrowing of ?200,000 by the
state board of institutions to' provide
.for' the state hospital ancTthe indus industrial
trial industrial school at Marianna is absolutely
necessary- but ; irregular '-. We' think
if anybody but J. C. Luning and Ern Ernest
est Ernest Amos had charge of the funds we
would kick. The legislature should
take" care it doesn't happen, aerain.
' Oh,boy! When the 'women do get
the ballot what they will do to the
Tar Heel state will be a plenty!
Yes, boy; and they will also do a
plenty to all the other" southern
v states, incluuin.tr Florida and that
fair traitress, Tennessee. It will be
a calamity to the South if Cox is de defeated.
feated. defeated. A few weeks ago, cn reading in an
exchange a preposition to call the
legislature together and impeach
Catts, we said "Let him alone," but
after viewing his reckless use of the
prdening power we are not sure but
x-;i:zl it would be the best thing to do.
At the present rate, every man who
rc.l.iy deserves to be in the peniten penitentiary
tiary penitentiary will "be out of it by the time
Catts' term ends.
There are several mammas with
several children apiece in this town
who won't be able to-make the regis registration
tration registration cf-'cer believe they, are old
enough to register. On the other
hand one pretty girl of our acquain acquaintance,
tance, acquaintance, for. whose fifteenth birthday
party we wrote a piece in th-3 year
Wilson was first elected, told us this
morning she wouldn't be old enough
to vote till "next time." Next time
will, Ls? in the city election next year,
but we will bet she was thinking cf
The high commissioner, at Danzig,
under the league of nations, has is issued
sued issued an order that no ship-3 with
munitions for Poland shall be per permitted
mitted permitted to enter that port. So the
Poles have good reason, to know that
the league is in existence and is ope operating.
rating. operating. Times-Union.
A dispatch on, another page cf your
same issue, dear T.-U., says: "The
French government intends to protest
energetically against the decision cf
Sir Reginald T. Tower, allied high
ccmmLcioner at Danzig, v. ha yester yesterday
day yesterday forbade further debarkation at
Danzig of French munitions for Pol Poland,
and, Poland, it was learned today. Several
..French munition ships are anchored
.outside Danzig. Sir. Tower, aeeord-
ing to a report from the French am ambassador
bassador ambassador to Poland, takes the attitude
hat he has not sufficient allied troops
to preserve order if further munitions
are unloaded at Danzig."
The Star wouldn't be surprised if
Mr. Tower hasn't received instruc instructions
tions instructions frm his government. The
British don't seem to be very friendly
to the Poles anyhovat.
A BALLYHOO ON TIIE YiAY
The following clipped from the
Tampa Tribune, is funny, but the
Trib. forgets to add that somebody
will have "to pay for all the fun, and
it will probably be the taxpayers of
Florida if they vote the thirty million
dollar bond amendment.
A Ballyhoo Campaign
With a "combination steamboat
and calliope whistle, which will not
fail to bring the villagers in," Secre
tary Van Yalkenburg, cf the Florida
State Automobile Association started
out, August 16, to post a few signs
and. to educate the people to their
need for voting themselves so heavily
in debt it will take two entire genera generations
tions generations to lift the load. At least that
is what the Tallahassee Democrat
says in the following article clipped
from its columns:
"In a regular 'movie' automobile,
colors orange, white and green, and
carrying the Florida State Automo Automobile
bile Automobile Association slogans painted on
body, back and wheels, Secretary Van
Valkenburg and sign man Finley left
Orlando yesterday morning on the
first leg of their trip, which leads
directly to Pensacola, via Leesburg,
Ocala, Gainesville, Lake City, Live
Oak, Jladison, Tallahassee, etc.
"The special built auto which is
leaving Orlando today is equipped
with convenient features, all designed
by Mr. Finley. s The windshield when
flattened eut i3 a writing desk; there
is an automatic device which, when
the auto is at rest and being adraired
by all the country" swain, will pass
out handbills advertising the auto
mobile association and it3 great work.
There is a combination steamboatand
calliope whistle which will not fail to
bring. in the villagers. Mr. Van Val
kenburg figures to put on the finish
ing touch with a ten minute talk in
each town visited. No doubt 'State
Bond,? for Roads' vail be his subject
part of the tima."
Why not have 'a little red lemon
ade and another clown or two for the
delectation of the "villagers" of Pen
sacola, Leesburg, Ocala, Gainesville,
Lake City, Live Oak, Madison, Ocala,
Gainesville,' etc. Can't you just see
the "country swains" in all those
"villages" gathered around t that
"movie" automobile and gaping,, with
jaws asunder while they hear tlfe
marvelous story of the association's
"great work" in "putting it over on
the durned city feller" by making the
country cracker and .. the simple vil village
lage village folk vote a twenty million bond
debt on himj
The "campaign of education" opens.
Toot, toot, toot!
The ladies are already up and
around, fixing political slates. Being
independent, they can vote for any anybody
body anybody they please. Some of them sug suggested
gested suggested to us this morning the name
of a perfect jewel of a smart and lov lovable
able lovable little lady as health inspector
for the school children she Is to go
around to the children's homes and
run a soft- but all-including eye over
the children and talk to their dear
mammas with great tact. The Lord
probably made tlu3 lady for that job,
and if the women of our fair county
will apply for her thru our county
school aboard to his excellency, the
hon. Y7. N. Sheats, state superinten
dent of education,, it .is very likely
they can obtain for her the office. It's
an appointive office and isn't voted on,
and they might have applied for it
seme years- ago.
The state board of pardons is pro
moting lynchmgs by such acts as its
pardon of Braswell and Lowman. Jt
is realized in this state that no white
man, unless he be very friendless and
peer, will ever be hung for any crime,
and that a white man sent to the pen
itentiary, no matter what he does, is
sure to be pardoned out in a few
years. Now, it has come to a point
that a white man convicted of murder
or any other crime seldom get3 his
stripes fitted on at Raiford before
there is a petition for a pardon out
and "entirely too often it is granted.
There is a very strong suspicion that
politics was the principal reason for
the pardon of Braswell and Lowman.
The murder they committed was a
most cowardly crime, and since the
law won't punish them it is a great
pity their victim has no friends with
the will and ability to avenge him.
OCALA, 8; WEBSTER, 2
Ocala defeated Webster, yesterday
at Hunter Park by the score of 8 to
2. It was Ocala's. game from the
first inning to the last. Mickler, who
pitched for Ocala, never was in dan danger
ger danger and the. twirler never did have to
go hard to put the visitors out, while
Caruthers was hit hard and at will.
Ocala will cross bats Thursday,
Aug. 2Cth, with the fast bunch of
players from High Springs. This
game will be cne of the best of the
season, as Ilig-h Springs has a good
team. Arrangements are being made
to have Palatka here Tuesday and the
gas cemjany team of Jacksonville on
September 2nd. Vjth a large crowd
cf rooters Qc;.;tl will come out vic victorious.
torious. victorious. Something to r.?Jl? Advsrths It.
INTO' LIBRE VERSE
(Thorn in Palm Beach Post).
There's many a dollar going into
gasoline and sodawater that had bet better
ter better go into shoeleather and grocer groceries.
ies. groceries. Ocala Star.
And I'm willing to say
There's a bit of allocution
In that little brief paragraph i
That is well worth considering
For it is precisely as true
As when the Bible said: i.
"The foolish pass on
"And are punished."
Said a local financial authority
When we were talking over
Conditions of the money market: T
"Do you know that a man
"Who owr3 on his automobile,
"And likewise for his groceries,
"And ditto for "his clothing.
"Will always pay, on his car
Primarily and foremost?
Then, if anything Is left
He'll dole it out prorata?
Such men are the very men
"That all banks are fearing
"Not that it is wrong
"To be the owner of a car
"But there are too many
WTho try to carry the air
Of a super-eight owner
On a bicycle income."
Sometime in the near past, -Federal
authorities gave the slogan:
"Business as Usual"
But many construed it as
"Business as Unusual"
And are making an effort
To demonstrate the idea.
I think that is entirely wrong.
I think a wealthy man
In a cheap automobile
Is more attractive, decidedly,
Than a man whose finances
Are in such condition
That they keep him guessing
About his fine high-priced car.
The first sets a good example;
Besides that, I'm very -sure
He is mighty well satisfied.
"When a man drives along
In one of the fine automobiles
-That cost him five hundred down
With forty dollars a month
During the natural life
Of the enthusiastic ; buyer,
, No one looks much at him;
But" 'when I drive about
(Not that I have any riches)
In my 3700 Rolls-Rejoice
Everybody knows and grins
. Which indicates some attention
.Is being directed to me
. Or, mebbe, it's to the R.-R.
But it is. a certainteed fact
That far too many of us
Are trying to "show off".
Not for the time realizing
That a coat of camouflage
Will prove mighty cumbersome
After a trial .'wearing.
Let's buy the essentials
For the next few, months
And pay cash for all om 'em;
Let's make our everyday maxim
"Business as Usual." ,:.
I thank you.
INFLUENCE OF HAPPINESS.
When we go along the street and
meet, so many different countenances,
attitudes, motions and behaviors,
then, we can discern the different
conditions in which people live. .We
can tell what kind of homes they
live in, what sort of wives, husbands
or children they have, the character
of their neighbors' and their homes,
too; the cafe of their homes and sur surroundings
roundings surroundings and the order and beauty
of the things that form their lives.
says Ohio State Journal. In our tot
tering down street we met a beautiful
woman, beautiful in .face, form, dress.
grace and manner. We say at once
that she has lovely home, a fine hus
band, interesting children, happy vis
iters, ample living. We wondered at
once if these things: made her so per
fect or her sweet personality was part
of her noble life. The latter, we were
quite sure. We detected at, once she
was a religious woman, one whose life
was up on the plane of the Golden
Rule and the Beatitudes. There was
not a particle of envy or vanity or dis
cord In speech or manner. In fact,
she seemed an entire harmony made
up of sincere conviction' and helpful
life. She was like a sunburst In a
cloudy day, and the viewing; of her
made us feel better as we moved on
through the motley crowd.
Interest the children In the protec protection
tion protection of our wild birds, especially the
migratory songsters, : and in a few
years these f riends of human-kind will
be safe from molestation. The hu human
man human creatures who have no knowledge
of the furred and feathered creatures
are to be pitied. Their educaUon is
incomplete, the range' of their sym sympathy
pathy sympathy is narrowed, their usefulness in
nature's design falls short of what It
should be, and they' lose-a great deal
of pleasure pleasure in observation,
la acquaintance, and In helpfulness.
The young should be taught to know
the small Inhabitants of field and for forest,
est, forest, to understand the usefulness of
their parts In nature, and to be their
defenders from persecution by the
ignorant, says Boston Herald. At
present the coming into operation of
the law for the protection ef migra migratory
tory migratory ... birds throughout the United
States affords a good opportunity to
increase the instruction and expand
the service of our boy and girl scouts.
What have you to sail or trad 3?
Soft form fitting material. Brocaded "Satin figured
also fancy Mottled and Flowered Patterns
This was a recent purchase of which I purposely ordered for a special. The
material will be very appropriate for Early Autumn Frocks and at a prico
far below the market of today.
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lETTEROEADSOlLillEADS, CARDS, ClflCULARS, rOlDESS, HuE ECOIILEIS, ET
We never disappoint a customer 011 a promise.
. You get the job when its due.
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NAVY FANCY DIVERS
Did' you ever try to turn a "back
flip" from a porch forty feet above
the surface o'f the water? No? Well
take a look at this bluejacket doing
one of his fancy high dives for the
edification of the boys on board ship.
The officer standing by Js evidently
Our specialties are Maple Nut
Sundaes, Pineapple, Nut Sundaes and
Ice Cream Soda. Court Pharmacy, tf
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. ra. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
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flinching in an effort to help the sail sail-orman
orman sail-orman "go over", and right himself
before he hits the water.
No fear for this fellow need be of offered
fered offered for he always hits right side up
with care and when he is not doing
stunts for the benefit of the crew he
is only too willing to help the be beginner
ginner beginner learn to swim..
CASH AND CARRY
People who want to SAVE JIONEY
are dealing at the U-SEKVE
GROCERY, "Cash and Carry."
Ocala House block.
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinnerfamily style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a, ra, to
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20. 1323,
If you have any news for this de department
partment department please phone 255.,
gotten from 'FISHEL'S. 18-3t
Mr. L. W. Duval is spending today
in Leesburg attending to legal busi business.
ness. business. Eight-pound bucket Cottolene $2 at
Whittingtcns. Phone 377. 19-St
, PYLES a PERKINS
Funeral Directors & Einbdncrs
PARLORS OPPOSITE TOSTOFFICE
Phones 555 and 225
Open All Night
If the moving pictures
i"? ".- hurt your eyes, it i3 your
.eye3, not the pictures.
DR. K. J.-WEIIIE,-
Qptemetrist and Optician
Mrs. E. J. Crook is expected home
tsiis afternoon after a delightful visit
in New York city.
Qur stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
W. II. Jackson of Tampa is
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. William
Hocker for everal weeks.
"Got any nice GINGHAM dresse
for girte?" H say we have. And a
nice asortrnent. FISHEL'S. 18-3t
Miss Eva! ierouse of Citra return returned
ed returned home yesterday' after a few days
visit with het grandmother, Mrs. M.
Just say Banana Split and get the
best delicacy you ever tasted. The
Court Pharmacy. 17-tf
34-in. SILVERBLOOM MOHAIR,
worth ?3 the yard, finest goods in the
world for SKIRTS.
1SS at FISHEL'S.
Mr. Allen Mathews, who has been
visiting his sisters, Mrs. N. T. Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell and Mrs. H. C. Cameron, has
returned to his home in Columbus,
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
E. W. Polk of Baltimore, who has
spent the past few days in Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
King, left this morning for a trip to
Ocala, Gainesville News.
Jello Ice Cream Powder,
two for '. .25c
Lima Beans, -per lb. ... ..'.10c.
Lard Compound, per lb..22Vic
Kingan's 3-lb. pail Pure -Lard,
per pail... ........ S3c
Kingan'3 5-lb pail Pure
Lard, per pail. ....... .$1.13
Vhite Bacon, per lb 23c
White Bacon by the side,
perj lb .'. ..,.
Kingan's Bacon Squares,
1 to 3 lbs. to the piece,
per lb. .... .23c
Kingan's Crocus Butter,
best butter possible to
get, per lb. ...G7c
Kingan's Canned Tripe, 3 -cans
Kingan's Sliced Luncheon
Meat, per lb. ..a -33c
Irish Potatoes per peck ...73c
Xlim (whole milk) per lb.. 90c
Klim (whole milk) 2 'lbs $180
Klim (skimmed milk) one -'lb.
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For All Kinds of
BRICK AND CONCRETE WORK,
LATHING, PLASTERING, ETC.
Repair Work & Specialty
WM. A. TINSMAN, OCALA.
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ii Accents Mil
We Modestly Proclaim
that we are Vulcanizing
Headquarters for this
community and we want
to V::!spcr SoHly in your
ear that we Gcsrnntec
Mrs. J. B. Cappleman left yester
day for Jacksonville, where she will J
be the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J.
Vvresson's Cooking Oil G8 cents a
Quart; pints, 35 cents. Whittmgton s.
Phone 377. 19-3t
Rev. J. G. Glass, formerly rector of
Grace Episcopal church, but now re re-si
si re-si dug in Orlando, was a visitor to the
W. K. Lane, M. 1 Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nobs arc!
Throat. OSies over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala, Fla. tf
Mrs. Annie McClymonds left this
afternoon for Electra, where she will
be the guest of Mrs. Gus Waters and
family for ten days.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We re
lighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Wyatt and little
Collins after a delightful visit with
friends, returned to their home in
DeLand this morning.
The ever popular, everlasting and
EVERWEAR HOSIERY to be had
only at FISHEL'S. SOX three bonex
the box during August. 18-3t
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Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cappleman after
a short visit to their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Cappleman, left yetserday
for their home in Jacksonville.
Only the highest grade ingredients
are used in our fountain brinks, sun sundaes
daes sundaes and ice cream soda. The Court
- Dr. J. S. Bodiford, James Bodif ord,
Mrs. J. W. McCollum and Mrs. James
Bell of Gainesville, spent yesterday
in the city guests of Dr. Bodif ord's
daughter, Mrs. N. D.' Sheppard.
Don't fail to- visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-thingxwe
thingxwe Every-thingxwe sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting .for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mrs. Jake Brown and daughter,
Miss Helen Brown left Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon for their future home in Miami,
going by way of Eustis, where they
will be guests until Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Goin y
MISS AGNES BURFORD
ENTERTAINED IN TAMPA
Miss Agnes Burford, who is the
house guest of Mrs. J. N. Bryan Jr.,
was the guest of honor at a luncheon
given Wednesday at the Yacht and
Country Club by Mrs. J. H. Mason.
Centering the perfectly appointed
table, was a large crystal basket, the
handle of which was tied with a large
bow of satin American beauty color
ed ribbon, standing on a reflector. At
each place with the hand painted
place cards of summer girls were
miniature baskets filled with mints.
The bevy of attractive guests be besides
sides besides the honoree included Misses
Lillie Wall Honaker and Elizabeth
Taylor, Mrs. Wallace O. Stovall, Mrs.
J. N. Bryan Jr., and Mrs. Clifford L.
Anderson of Oldsmar Tampa Times.
Buy SOX by box. EVERWEAR
lisles, six pairs $3 during August;
all shades. Nationally advertised. At
Mrs. E. T. Helvenston and chil children,
dren, children, who have been spending the
summer at Chautauqua, N. YM will
leave the first of September for New
York city, where they will spend a
week before sailing for home.
Get the habit of calling phone 23
vhen you want high class fresh meats
and groceries 'promptly delivered.
Cook's Market. Phone 243. 27-tf
Mr. and Mrs. -George Batts are re rejoicing
joicing rejoicing over the arrival of a dainty
little daughter. Little Miss Anita is
receiving a warm welcome as she i3
the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Batts and the only girl in the Batts
"Gone to the seashore," "Gone to
the mountains." v Unless you take
along half-dozen of those good MID MIDDIES
DIES MIDDIES from FISHEL'S you won't en enjoy
joy enjoy yourself like you could. 18-3t
Try Norris' Gold Box assorted can candies
dies candies in 1, 2 and 3-pound boxes. Ex Exclusive
clusive Exclusive Ocala dealers. The Court
Pharmacy. .; 17-tf
Mr. Y7eller Carmichael has bought
for his wife from Mr. H. C. Jones
one of those handsome and speedy
Chandler dispatch four-passenger
Smith House, just remodeled. Rooms
with or without bath. Niccool dining
room. Reasonable rates. Special rates
for meal3 by the week. No. 310 North
Main St. Phone 2C0. ; 23-lm
The many friends of Misses An Antoinette
toinette Antoinette and Catherine Bottolacio will
regret to learn that they are soon to
leave Ocala. Th? ladies have -made
Ocala their home : for years and will
be greatly missed by all who know
them. They leave next Wednesday
for Jacksonville, and expect to sail
for Nek York on August 25th. After
a short visit in New York they will
sail for France, their old home.
j i i n Mi, vi L 4.
The board of county pommission
ers of Marion county will receive bids
at their office in the Marion county
court house, September 8th, 1920, fcr
overseers to work the public road3
and bridges in the several commit
sioners districts, in accordance with
Chapter No. 8111, Acts of 1919.
The board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids. ;
O. H. Rogers, Chairman.
Attest, P. H." Nugent, Clerk. 8-7 -tf
Get the habit of reading the ads.
Lfnea In State Grant Low Rates
and Run Excursions
porlda State Fair, which wfil be Lel4
n Jacksonville, not. 18-27, aa rsroad
ices operaUng within the Et-sla
allowed special low rates to Jacisoa Jacisoa-ville
ville Jacisoa-ville and return during this period.
iarge numbers are earoected tn t.R
advantage of the exceptionally low
rates to visit the Fair, which vrill
wen worth the time and money epent
The State Fair this year crsr-shinM
features and attractions maMng It In
reality a combined short course for
farmers And stockmen, a circus and
a race meet. A rirct
be completed in ample tims for thn
Fair thi3 year.
Added attractions, courled with th
low rates, should bring a record .at
tendance. There Is this year no ex-
cuse for the man with a larsra fam
ily to etay home he can take 'em all
for what it ordinarily costs to take
Reduced rates are also to b in ef
fect on all boat lines operating into
Special Prices en Fresli uleafs
Round S icsli S D
. Club S tcal u SO
Sirloin; Slcalc.;.. -1 ... S3
Porterhouse Slealr.. -----... 0
;RI!xanc! Brisket Slew 15
Chucli Roast and Slzw 20
; Rump;- Roast. ... :.. 25
Clod Roast 25
; Hambiiroer . -. 25
SansooeMeat -r---' 20
Florida Pbrlc Slew .i... V 25
Florida Porli .Roast.. SO
Florida Pork Ciiops.... i. S3
Florida Perl: Cicala ...25
0 W. LlaSh Street
'Everything 'to Eat ;
i! IB ell very
1 fk Jrf rib 'a. a
. t j n't : j i ,'
II O M E DEMONSTRATION
EXHIBIT AT FAIR.
In the heart of the city with, Hcnamins
Every modem cenvenience in each room,
second to ncaa
Jacksonville, Fla. The Home Dem Dem-nstratioa
nstratioa Dem-nstratioa exhibit at the state fair here!
November 18 to 27, will take hfea rank
among the many splendid displays
Vhich will feature the big annual
; There will be some new and interest interesting
ing interesting angles in connection with this dis display,
play, display, calculated to open the eyes of
;fair visitors especialy those- of the
fairer sex. The exhibit will far sur
pass the 1919 display both in scope
ana quality and will be illustrated
with many striking features, particu
larly in the home beautificatioa realm.
That is certainly something which
should appeal to all home builders
and who is not a home bufldsr?
- Another interesting side Una will fca
a splendid and convincing exhiMtlca
of efficiency work being performed la
the farm kitchen. This wSl be cl spe special
cial special interest to house wives, end will
cot be confined merely to tie fana
house wife, bat madam in the cltj, &3
well. ,' .v
i Call at thi3 exhibit and get sexns
pointers in home building er.fi econ economy
omy economy In kitchen manasenrjenL Rsi2r
ber most of the houscbcld expense
goes out the kitchen door,'
WIDESPREAD INTEREST III
FLORIDA STATE PAID
W U 4 U
L. ."";3 w Li
NegotiabJe Storage Receipts IssjM on Cctton, Autu.-r.ohi'.r His,
it f A
AIOVE, PACH, SHIP
1 fj II
11 C 7 ?-s
I m m
.;pii pf- i
Oils, Gas and Accessories to.
C ABA HOUSE b BLOCK
C::c Csidc M4,w Ccrd Tires 0250.C0
Osr Stsiefeslccr troclc, ;
C;ie 1018 Ford Rcssfer
Cue 1S19 Ford Tearing
Crc 1910 Ford Track
, L'acli Taylor
Plicae 313 Ocala, Fla
CASH AND CARRY
People who. want to SAVE HONEY
are dealing at the U-SERVE
GROCERY, "Cash and Carry."
Ocala House block.
Requests for Premium Lists Celn3
Received from Many Stst&s.
Jacksonville, Fla. The 1220 rrs-
raiuni list of the Florida State Txlx
and Exposition, -which will be ctajcS
here, November 18 to 27, will c2
the press August 1, and wUl ehorr c
proximately $ 40,C 09 in prezniuiaa &
substantial, increase over the cash
value of premiums offered last year.
Already many requests for cojica
cf the premium list are being receive 2.
at the headquarters of the fair In this
city., These reguests, vrhlch axe com
ing from all points in Florida, a3 wall
as neighboring and far distant estates,
Indicate a widespread interest in Flor
ida's big exposition, which this year
crill eclipse all past fairs hell in this
The distant (states from which the a.
requests have been received include
Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky,
Kansas, Indiana, Illinois, Tennessee,
Ohio, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts,
Georgia, South Carolina, Michigan,
the District of Columbia and even far
iway Island of Guam.
As soon as off the press th pra pra-mium
mium pra-mium list will be placed la the mails.
The day is past for risking money on
Present commercial car requirements
demands Power, Strength, Dependa Dependability,
bility, Dependability, Appearance and Economy of
Oneration. These are what you pay
for and in the G. LL
these are what you get.
FAQT r Trtl J SiiiLLl Ui
' : : W. L. GEAY, Eeprcf
715 Ecsi Filili EI
BOYS' AND GIRLS' PIG AlW
CORN CLUBS WILL HAVE
SPLENDID FAIR EXHIBIT.
For all Classes cl
Jacksonville, Fla. An interesting, aa
tr&ll as an encouraging feature cf the
L920 state fair here November 18 to 27,
will be a remarkable demonstration of
work being done in Florida by the
boys' and girls' pig clubs.
The 1920 exhibits are expected to
avershadow last year's display by at
least 100 per cent. This work is la
:harge of R. W. Blacklock, of the Ag Agriculture
riculture Agriculture College, Gainesville, who
states there will probably bo mi? re
ianlCO registered pigs exhibited by
ie young folk at the aprroachins b';
, ;a? lens
Fhone 445- 723 TTenona ZU
COWS, JERSEYS AND GRADE3
Fine one just fresh,' heifer calf.
Milks over four gallons. Also pure
bred heifer to freshen in few days.
Plenty of youns stock.
Call or telephone, ..r
E. L. ANDERSON,
8-G-tf Law Library Building
Careful estimates made on all cc
fwet wwTf. Gives more sad
work" for the money than any cii-&r
contractor in the city.
Sugared pecans in one-poun i boxes.
TheyVe delicious. Court Pharmary. tf
OCALA EVENING STAJl, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20. 1920
Temperature this morning. 69; this
Irifh potatoes 75 cents a peck at
Whittington's. Phone 377. l9-:jt
Mr. A. C. Haynes of rDeLand is
here, visiting his Ocala friends.
Mr. J. IL Dunn is home from a
visit to relatives in St.. Petersburg.
Ernest Roberts is here from the
East Coast, on a visit to his brother,
Late fall styles in young men's
CAPS. Solod greens and browns, also
plaid designs. FISHEL'S. 18-3t
Mrs. E. Goolsby and daughter, Miss
Pearl Goolsby of MarteL are guests
today of Mrs. F. L Grantham.
Girl wanted at once at the music
store. N. U. Kindt. 17-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Reynolds of
Lynne are among the out of town
shoppers in the city today.
Mr. D. E. Mclver will leave the
first of September for Syracuse, N
Y., to visit his daughter, Miss Fran-
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Phillips and lit little
tle little son, Bryant left yesterday for a
week or ten days outing in Clearwa Clearwater.
ter. Clearwater. ..'
When you want a really high class
candy, try SIRRON chocolate covered
ruts and fruits. Sold in Ocala by the
Court Pharmacy. 17-tf
Mrs. M. A. Shephard of Daytona
is expected here in a day or so to
visit her daughter, Mrs. R. J. Per Perkins.
kins. Perkins. :.
- Mrs. Parker Painter 'and pretty lit little
tle little daughter, Margaret, are home
from a visit to Mrs. Painter's mother
All of our 26-in. DOMESTIC re reduced.
duced. reduced. FISHEL'S. 18-3t
Mrs. C. W. Hunter und little
daughter Dorothy are home from a
visit to Mrs. Hunter's parents .in
Mora Mae Pillans will return home
Sunday after a two weeks visit with
her grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Pillans
Have you tried FISHEL'S for your
MILINEIIY? Your neighbor doubt doubtless
less doubtless gets hers there. 18-3t
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Davis of Neva
da, Mo., arrived in Ocala yesterday
from Fort Lauderdale, where they
have been since last November. They
expetc to make Ocala their home this
Dr. J. S. Bodiford and son, James,
accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Dell and
Mrs. McCoIlum of Gainesville, visited
Dr. Bcdiford's daughter, Mrs. W. D.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
lighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
After a very pleasant visit to the,
north and the Carolinas, Miss Kathe Kathe-rine
rine Kathe-rine Pyles is home again, more than
ever appreciating the loveliness of
Florida. Mis3 Ann Swain, who ac
companied her to the north, is visit
ing friends in Tennessee.
VAH SHORN OF ITS GLAMOR
F.'ddern Painters, Who Thermlves
Have Looked on Death, Depict
daughter as It Really Is.
For the first time In history war 13
painted as It Is. The varnish, the
glory has been taken off. It stands
cut la all Its sodden horror. The
cpenlng of the Salon des Artistes
Fr&ucais, filled for the most part with
" canvases of men who have been la the
trenches, show t an astonishing ab
sence of battle scenes.
Host of the painters have sought In
t;;irat!oa elsewhere. Those who have
f iund It In the war have rendered
only the dull misery cf life at the
They show no clash of armies,
, these painters who have beS;n through
the war, no flourish of trumpets, not
even fragments of general fights. But
war as It Is. A soldier, limping toward
the lines, exhausted, despairing, hold holding
ing holding up to his mouth a handkerchief,
dark as a clot of blood is what one
sees. The face; is distorted with suf suffering,
fering, suffering, and the uniform Is of that in
describable color which comes only
from -continual exposure to the ele elements.
ments. elements. Garry paints a blinded soldier
guided towards a relief station, Michel
and Pouzargues- show, water-flooded
' If governments In the future wish
more pleasant and cheerful war
scenes they will have' to call on art artists,
ists, artists, who stayed away from the front.
Tho.-'e who served were too close to
death to paint anything but the truth.
JUST REPETITION OF HISTORY
Fads ef the Present Day Had Their
Counterpart In the Fashions
. cf Years Ago.
Nothing is new under the sun, not
even t& newest and most sorto-date
girt stfiTcT oi' ine present ClayV'wlth
bobbed hair, nor even the employer
who complains of tie fashion. A writ writer
er writer In "Blackwood" has discovered that
in the time of J a roes I, this fashion
was affected by women who donned
the doublet and hose, which aroused
the ire of an unknown author, who In
1620 lampooned the women pf the day
for so dressing, and Instead of keeping
to "the modest attire of the comely
hood,' cowl or' coif and handsome dress
and klrchif s" betook themselves to the
"cloudy, ruffianly, broad-brimmed hat
and wanton feathers." Nor was this
all. The extravagance of her costume,
with the "French doublet" which took
the place of a "concelled straight
gown" was not In the author's eye the
deadliest offense; incredible though it
seems,' she would "out and cut her
hair to the despicable fjshion ef the
Puritan." So the bobbed hair comes
as a reminiscence of the modern maid maiden's
en's maiden's forebears la the Covenanters'
Selling Shoes Under Difficulties.
Dean B. Stover, southern salesman
for a Brockton shoe concern, got au
order under difficulties while out on
his last trip. lie made a North Car Carolina
olina Carolina townand hired a taxi to take
hiia to a township 15 miles away tp
which few trains ran. Arriving on
the' outskirts of his destination he
found that the heavy, floods had
washed away the only bridge. Mr.
Stover decided the only thing to do
was to tarn back until the taxi driver
suggested that there might be a boat
somewhere around. Mr. Stover hunt hunted
ed hunted along the banks until he found a
fiat bottomed skiff and he rowed
across. He interviewed his customer,
paddled him back to the other shore,
requisitioned a small wharf and laid
his samples out on the roadside. And
he made 'the sale. Brockton Enter Enterprise.
All Blush Now.
Playwright Eugene Walter apropos
of a New York publisher's conviction
for publishing a supposedly obscene
novel said :
t "The novel in question is harmless,
and the people who brought about
that, poor publisher's, conviction were
as silly as as well as it reminds
me of a' story.
"The lady principal of a famous
'girls' school took her plder pupils
to the Metropolitan museum one 'day.
Entering the hall. of sculptures, the
principal said, as she looked up from
'Attention, young ladies I When
we come to the nest statue but one
you will all blush.'"
Nswlyweds to Tents.
A .honeymoon colony, believed to be
the first of its kind in England, has
been established in a meadow near
Farnham, Surrey. At the edge of a
certain wood half a dozen tents may
be seen. They are the homes of the
four brides and their husbands who,
rendered homeless by the house short
age, have begun their married life in
the open air.
The colony is likely to be still fur
ther .enlarged, for several other, cou
ples have applied : for admission.-
From the Continental Edition of the
Immunity From Ivy Poisoning.
Persons susceptible to Ivy poisoning
can be rendered Immune by taking
a ,. treatment described by Dr. Jay
Frank Schumberg In the Journal of
the American Medical asociation. ; ; It
consists in taking after meals a prepa preparation
ration preparation of tincture of poison ivy, in
doses gradually increasing from one
drop to a teaspoonful. The Immunity
conferred by this lasts for about a
montlu Ivy poisoning may also be
cured by administering the same diug
in larger doses, Increasing more rap rapidly.
l. Money talks, but nowadays a dollar
only says about 50 cents worth.
Cheer up! The trials of life somes
times result In a, verdict of acquittal.
The great beauty about aviation Is
that you don't have to take any inch's
Memory training Isn't essential. The
Jesson of love is one we always learn
by heart. V
Some people are satisfied to take
what they can get, others get what
they can take.
Marriage Is a tie, but that is no
reason why a married man should
drift with the tied.-
No, Maude, dear r to refer to anoth another
er another girl as being in the soup is not con considered
sidered considered ladlelike.
Tlie cheapest Is seldom the test
Even the self-made man .might exer exercise
cise exercise more care in selecting his mate materials.
rials. materials. ;
Milly "Men live faster than wom women."
en." women." Billy "Well, perhaps you are
light. I admit it takes a woman much
longer to reach the age of thirty than
it takes a man."
The rich man, suffering from nerves,
had consulted the famous specialist.
"You 1 have something preying upon
you, announced the fameus specialist,
"What rare intuition,' murmured the
rich man, thinking of his three sons-in-law.
"I am soliciting subscriptions -or
this magazine," said the canvasser. dl3-
f tt .-1 t
Delco-Light is more than a
mere lighting plant. It gives
you electric power, too for
operating all of the light ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, around the house and
barn, usually turned by hand.
It will pump and deliver wa water
ter water to all parts of the house or
Write for catalog.
EL W.' TUCKER
yiaying a. sardpie copy, "l aon't want
it," replied Mrs. Pneu rich, emphatical emphatically,
ly, emphatically, "I see Its entered In the post office
as. second-class matter. I don't want
no second-class readin matter around
this house." Philadelphia Record. ;
For doctors Md. v
For sickly people HL
For laundresses Wash.
For egotistic folks Me.
For young ladles Miss.
For at lot of people Mass.
For country dwellers Del.
For exclamatory orators O.
For disputants of peace Ireaty arti articles
cles articles Tenn. ...
For King George when he signs a
state document It. L
THE WEDDING CAKE
.-'-It is unlucky to taste the cake be before
fore before the wedding.
It is lucky for the bride to cut the
first slice of wedding cake.
If you cut your finger-in cutting the
wedding cake it is a bad omen.
There is an old saying if tbe groom
Is in the house while the wedding
cake Is baking, it will fall.
If the bride leaves a piece of wed wedding
ding wedding cake on her plate and an un unmarried
married unmarried woman eats it, she will be
There is another old saying; if the
crust of the wedding cake gets, moldy
from standing, the marriage "will not
turn out happy.
. If an unmarried girl wears a piece
of the bride's cake in her pocket un until
til until the honeymoon is over, she 'will
be married before the dress Is worn
An old Persian tale is seven maidens
must prepare the dough for the wed wedding
ding wedding cake to Insure seven children to
the couple, seven being a perfect num number.
ber. number. ..,':-.:
With the old Romans, the eating or
sending' of wedding cake as a symbol
that friendship isball not be broken
was as solemn as the breaking of
bread. -r. ."..-
, When there Is a wedding in the fam family
ily family for the first time, a piece of the
wedding cake must be left in the
house until, all the unmarried daugh daughters
ters daughters are wed, or they will b,e doomed
to live single.
Leaders are born and likewise also
People who live high are not always
It's folly to try deaf mutes as serv servants;
ants; servants; they won't answer.
An appropriate present for a miser
would be a chest protector.
Love is indestructible, its holy flame
forever burneth. Southey,
Love jfeatevery bliss in store. Not
cala 'Apto.'andl (SaE'agje
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
Let usjprove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hundred
red hundred dollars more than any car selling at the price.
to KnovTovH is not to uve. uay.
; The nectar which Love's own hand
pours never fails or sours.-7-MalletL
Oh, what, a heaven is love! And,
also, oh, what a hell! Mddleton and
Unless you can die when the dream
Is past oh, never call It love. Mrs.
. The pill that leaves the heart sick
and overturns the will that Is love.
Love Is not to be reasoned down,
or lost in high ambition or a thirst for
greatness. Addison. vr
Love is the storehouse of nature!
Joys, the highest heaven of pleasure.
Love Is more to woman than ambi ambition
tion ambition is to man her light, her life, her
very breath. Longfellow. J
; Duty should be regarded more than
life.' True bravery is not in throwing
away one's life, or in courting death,
tut in doing one's duty at the hazard
of one's life.
We cannot prevent the little unkind unkind-nesses
nesses unkind-nesses and selfishnesses of others
from hurting, but by promptly apply applying
ing applying the antiseptic of common sense we
can prevent them from rankling and
The beauties of nature and art, the
wonders of science, the vast treasure
house -of good literature now so eas easily
ily easily accessible are all common ground.
Xove for these things always makes
for social peace and harmony. :
FR0F.1 THE PENCIL'S POINT
A stitch In time is worth two in the
A woman always thinks that a maa
is afraid to argue with her.
Man is made of dustotherwise
woman would not have much use for
Perhaps Mohammed went to the
mountain because he was tired of the
Perhaps a few rich men may be
able to get into heaven by showing
their tax receipts.
A girl can manage to get along
without a dimple if there is plenty of
sunshine in her smile.
A political reformer may be a poll poll-ticlan
ticlan poll-ticlan who has managed to get himself
disliked by .'the machine.
When a man wants money or assist assistance
ance assistance the world Is charitable enough
to let him keep right on wanting it.
He who doesn't marry too young re remains
mains remains in the bachelor class to the
end, according to a disappointed bene benedict.
dict. benedict. The parents Of many a man who
claims to be self-made went hungry
in order t,o save money to help him
get a etsrt.
You may dance ca the ropes
without reading Eudld.
Set thy expense according to
thy trade. Dutch Proverb.
The fellow who Isn't .fired
with enthusiasm la apt to he
"Love, the gift," Is sweet; but
"love the debt," may become a
We speak, of-our human re relationships
lationships relationships as "ties," but often
we make them fetters by our un unreasonable
reasonable unreasonable demands.
- The constant struggle to meas measure
ure measure up to a high Ideal Is the
only force In heaven or on
earth that can make a life great.
Opportunity doesn't travel by a time
(Successors to Gtes Garage)
CO U YTY FINAJTCLUU STATE SfEXT
W. W. Stripling:, Tax Collector, In Ae Ae-co
co Ae-co with aiarloa County, Fr
' the Collection ot Tarn
Ucensea collected Zl.il
By depository reopt 598.40
; Balance uncollected
Ff Be and
By depository .recpt
lioad Fund V
By; depoisltory recpt 1.282.06
Uncollected 1,700.78 v
By depository recpt 320.51
Dlntrtct No. 2 Fund
By depository Tecpt
By depository Tecpt 1.201.92
By depository recpt 785.07
By depository recpt 69.00
STATR OP FLORIDA,
MART ON COUNTY.
I. P. IX, Nugent, cleric of the circuit
court, hereby eertify that the above la n
true and correct statement of the tax
collector's account with Marion county
and the sub-school districts, as the
same .appears on the iooks In my of-I
Witness my hand and official seal
this 18th day of August, A. D. 1920.
(Seal) P. II. NUGENT. Clerk.
By .TV. D. Lancaster. Jr.. Deputy,
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE:
Marion-Dunn Iodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further, notice
Jake Brown, Secretary.
' A. L. Lucas, W. M.
KNIGHTS OF' PYTHIAS
Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:20
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
J. W. Akin, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, IC of R. & S.
No other tent Is so good to dwell in
When money talks It doesn't bave
any trouble getting central.
; People who are free with advice usu usually
ally usually pass out a poor grade of it.
All the worfd Is a stage, and the
profiteer Is the stage holdup man.
The man who rides a bobby gen generally
erally generally wants the whole road to him himself.'
About tbe only one who can take a
glass too much nowadays Is the fel fellow
low fellow who steals a mirror. Boston
PROVERBS OF GARDENERS
A Cat-kin may look at .a King-cup
A new Broom-sedge sweeps 'Clean.
, One good Turnip deserves another,
A Stitchwort in Thyme saves nine
' ....... -. v
All that glitters Is est Goldenrod.
Spare the; spade and spoil the crop.
A Mistletoe is as good as a Camo Camomile.
mile. Camomile. Moneywort makes the Mare's-tail
, A half a Turf Is better than no
Thyme and tide wait for no Man Mandrake.
drake. Mandrake. X v V
Make Hay while the Sunfowei
V li ;-' fi fi tJ l v
iU v Lit 1
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOS
SALE, FOR RENT AND SKl SKl-ILAR
ILAR SKl-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS.
RATES Six line, maximum, cm
time, 25c; three time3, 50c; sixtiisea
FOR SALE -Planing mill, re-millirj
plant. Central Florida. Dry kiln,
high school Woods matcher, 21 er er-shon
shon er-shon sixty-inch band re saw, timber
izer, live rolls, stock sheds, power,
steam and electric motors. The only
lumber business in town of C00O
people. Plenty of timber bein-cut
but one hundred and fifty sawmills
nearby. Rare ppportunty. Address,
"Owner," care Ocala Star. 23-tf
HAPSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phone
FOR SALE -Ten head of mules. Will
exchange for cattle, goats or sheep.
J. M. Meifert, Ocala, Fla. 4-tf
LAKE WEIR Two completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottages for sale at W00J-
v mar, Eastlake; running water,
bathroom, toilet, acetylene gas, two
bedrooms in each house. For prices
and particulars, apply to David S.
Woodrow, Box 581. Ocala. Fla. 9-t
WILL ERECT HOUSE To sell or
lease or will convert our upstairs
into i!at with two-year tease. Max
Fishel. 14-1 2t
FOR SALE About 300 feet 3-foot
poultry fencing, a bargain. Inquire
of L. II. Pillans or Mi33 Ncliia
Stevens. 16 -tf
WANTED. TO RENT Furnished
house or apartment. Must be cks
and desirable location. Address
Box 209, Ocala. IG-Ct
LOST DOG $10 reward for return
to T. E. Bridges. Small setter bitch,
brown and white, half tail-T vhlte;
name Sue; about three years u!d.
T. E. Bridges. lG-tf
FOR SALE A good mare, weighs
100 pounds; about nine years old;
sound, gentle and a good worker.
,B. II. 'Seymour. IG-Ct
FOR SALE Most desirable corner
lot for residence on South Second
street, or is large enough for two
full sized building lots. If inter interested,
ested, interested, address Box CO'J. 18-Ct
WANTED Position by young lady
as typist and clerical work. Phone
408 or call at 115 Orange ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 18-St
STRAYED Monday .' night, milch
- cow, red, short horns, star in fore forehead,
head, forehead, heart brand on side and hip;
holds head high. Reward for return
to G. Jones, at Ocala Auto and
Garage Co., Ocala. 18-3t
FOR SALE About 40 or CO friers,
2 to 2V2 pounds. Mrs J. D. Mc Mc-Caskill,
Caskill, Mc-Caskill, 723 Wenona St. 18-2t
FOR SALE One practically new
Burroughs adding machine snd
stand; $100 value for $115. L. IL
Braddock, Union Station. ISISt
FOR RENT Furnished home at 222
- Washington St. Can ;ive immed immediate
iate immediate possession. Apply to Mrs. R.
L. Lang. 1'J-Ct
LOST One lady's high Lhoe, tan bot bottom,
tom, bottom, white canva3 top; size 5; 'Fin 'Fin-."'
."' 'Fin-."' der please return to Star cfuce and
receive reward.'- ; 19-2t--
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
. Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. 2
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
:- Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. II.
; Mrs. Susan' Cook, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. ZZZ. B. P. O. IL
Ocala Lodge No. 280, Benevolent
and Protective Order cf Elks, taests
the second and four-Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. .Lodge rooisi
upstairs over Troxler's and the Bock
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Milkr, H l
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
A pound package of the famou3
Maxwell House Coffee S0c, at -Vhit-tingtonV.
Phone 377. 19-3t