The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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Weather Forecast: Generally fair
tonight and Thursday, except prob probably
ably probably local rains northwest portion;
slightly colder tonight NW portion.
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920.
VOL. 26, NO., 60
OFFICERS WERE
RE-ELECTED
OCCUPIED 8Y
STIRRED UP
DEATH BY GOLD
LINING THEM UP
FOR LABOR
SIH1S SCORED HIS
THE ALLIES
THE STRIKERS
ORTH DAKOTA
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OVERSEAS

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At Ute Annual Meeting of the Marion
County Hospital Association
Tuesday Morning
The annual meeting of the Marion
(bounty Hospital Association was held
at the hospital Tuesday morning,
March lGth, 1920, at nine o'clock.'
Present were Jno. L. Edwards, How Howard
ard Howard Walters, R. R. Carroll, D. N. Fer Ferguson,
guson, Ferguson, J. H. Taylor, E. H. Martin,
Ben Rheinauer and T. T. Munroe.
The minutes of the last annuai
meeting held in March, 1919, were
read and approved. The annual re report
port report for the calendar year, ending De-

ccmber 31, 1919, was then submitted!
and after due consideration was ac accepted.
cepted. accepted. The report showed that the
number of regular patients treated
was 322; 'charitay patients, eight,
part charity patients; 14; amount ex expended
pended expended on charity patients, $526.64
Balance due on building fund reduced
in one year from $3250 to $2508.72.
There are sixty-two contributing
members, as follows:
T. I. Arnold,' C. Ax, Levi Alexandei,
E. T. Adams, T. E. Bridges, Jake
Brown, C. C. Balkcom, Star Publish Publishing
ing Publishing Co., C. Camp, Harvey Clerk, E.
E. Converse, B. Cam, Court Pharm Pharmacy,
acy, Pharmacy, R. R. Carroll, Q. S. Cullen, A. O.
Cobb, D. W. Davis, John Dozier, H.
C. Dozier, J. L. Edwards, M. Franiv
D. N. Ferguson, W. T. Gary, L. N.
Green, G. C. Greene, B. Goldman, N.
W, Harison, C. H. Hulburd, C. O.
Jordan, George MacKay, fc. Leonard,
F. H. Logan, E. G. Lindner, J. M.
Meffert, H. B. Masters Co., E. H. Mar
tin, Joseph Malever, H. Mayo, T., T.
Munroe, P. H. Nugent, E. A. Osborne,
Ocala Auto Garage, E. G. Peek, G. C.
Pasteur, B. Rheinauer, R. F. Rogers,
R. S. Rogers, G. S. Scott, Smith
Grocery Co., R. Simmons, H. W. Tuck Tucker,
er, Tucker, J. J. Taylor, J. H. Taylor,. W. D.
Taylor, Ed. Tucker, Welch-Todd; J. H.
Walters, H. A. Waterman, W. J. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, Lester Warner, H. F. Watt, 1.
E. Mclver.
The plan for constructing a home
for the nurses was considered and
met with the approval of the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Through the co-operation of the
woman's auxiliary it is planned to in introduce
troduce introduce a system whereby student
nurses will not only be given regular
hospital training,' but also.a high
school course, or its equivalent in a
corresponding school as conducted in
connection with the state university
at Gainesville.
It is gratifying to note the general
interest manifested in the workings
of the institution, and also in the
substantial increase in membersihp.
The old board of managers and of officers
ficers officers were re-elected for the ensu ensu-'
' ensu-' ing year, as follows: T. T. Munroe,
president; "E. H. Martin, secretary;
Ben Rheinauer, treasurer, and J. H.
Taylor, C. S Cullen members of the
board of managers.
An inspection of the building was
then made by the members of the as association
sociation association under the conduct of Miss
Marshall, the superintendent, and all
were well pleased with the up-to-date
condition of the rooms and appartus.
HARRINGTON HALL ARRIVALS
: A, R. Kinsman, Cambridge, Mass.;
Florence A. Whitney, Cambridge; G.
II. Potter and wife, Dartmouth, Mass.;
J. B. Perdue, Palatka; T. F. Connell,
Tampa; R. S. McNab, New York; H.
JT. Redavats, Jacksonville; Mr. ana
Mrs. Strunk, Miss Strunk, Boyer Boyer-town,
town, Boyer-town, Pa.; A. L. Wilson, Indianapolis,
Ind.; Edw. M. Cox, Boston; F. A.
.Ross, Cincinnati; Mary E. Heartswell,
Etta Lockheart, Grace Heartswell,
Detroit; Mrs. J. O. King, Mrs.- S. A.
Ramsey, Cleveland; B. H. Dreyfus.
Savannah; J. R. Hinson, St. Paul; H.
C. Maxwell, Orlando; Fred C. Keffer
and wife, Redding, Pa.; T. M. Rosen Rosen-field
field Rosen-field and wife, New York; J. A. Linse Linse-mayer,
mayer, Linse-mayer, Baltimore; C. F. Krom, Cm
cinnati; P. H. Arnold, G: A. Powell,
Jacksonville; L. A. Hahan, Chas. W.
King, Al Herbert, E. Herdingsf elder,
Washington; Harvey Higgins and
wife, New York; C. A. Ballentine, 5.
It, Moore, W. L. Lehman, R. S. Pep Pepper,
per, Pepper, Jacksonville; W. H. Cooper, New
York; Dr. Howard E. Case and wife,
Syracuse; A. E. Holt and wife, Bos Boston;
ton; Boston; W. P. Holmes, Daytona; Frank
Merrian, Dade City; John Seabury
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox, Miss
Robins, Miss Smith, Harry Seabury.
Mr. and Mrs. Odell, Mrs. Dickerman,
Mrs. Judd; Mr. and Mrs. Tibbals, D
G. Wagner, Florida; G. C. Valentine
W. H. Preston, Palmetto; J. C. Tres-
vant, Tampa; J. N. Farmer, Orlando;
W. .B. Delaport, Jacksonville; F. M.
Seymour, Tampa; J. E. Horne, Law
rence, Mass.; Miss Gertrude Horne,
Lawrence; W. V. Knott, Jacksonville;
H. M. Sinnott, E. H. Lyman, Jack-,
scnville; Mrs. H. N. Marshall ana
daughters, Mrs. H. I. Taylor and son,
Wakefield, Mass.
All customers of Federal Bread are
satisfied customers. Ask them, tf

Constantinople is Now Fully in the
Grip of Great Britain, France
and Italy

(Associated Press)
Constantinople, March 17. Allied
ti oops have occupied Constantinople
and the guns of giant allied warships
cleared for action command both sides
of the Bosphorus. The arrival of the
allies caused no panic except in
Stamboul. All the allied powers par participated
ticipated participated in the movement under or orders
ders orders of the British commanded here.
SENATOR FLETCHER BEGINS
. CAMPAIGN SATURDAY
Intends to Make His Opening Speech
that Day at Live Oak
A special to the Times-Union from
Washington says: The campaign of
Senator D. U. Fletcher for his return
to the Senate will formally begin at a
o'clock Saturday at Live Oak, Sena-;
tor Fletcher today having made ar arrangements
rangements arrangements in advance for his trans transportation
portation transportation to that place, expecting to
leave Washington Thursday aftei
noon. The situation in the Senate is
yet far from satisfactory but manyj
of Senator Fletcher's friends have J
asked that he come home and begin
his campaign.
When Senator Fletcher first ran for
the Senate twelve years ago he open opened
ed opened his campaign at Live Oak and did
the same thing six years ago. The
people of that place were anxious to
have him begin his third active can canvass
vass canvass there. Senator Fletcher's office
here will not be closed. His secre secretary,
tary, secretary, WilHam L. Hill, of Gainesville,
will remain in Washington and attend
to whatever business may come up.
ROUNDABOUT METHOD
OF REVENGE
(Associated Press)
Geneva, March 17. The police say
an investigation of the bombing of
the American consulate at Zurich
confirms the theory, that it was done
by bolsheviks in a 'spirit of revengt.
on the United States for reent depor deportations.
tations. deportations. AUTOES FOR ROAD WORK
(Associated Press)
Washington, March 15. Approxi Approximately
mately Approximately 24,000 motor vehicles intended
for war purposes have been turned
over to the department of agriculture
by the war department for distribu distribution
tion distribution among the state highway com,
missioners for, use, in road building,
allotments being based on the amount
of federal aid for roads which the
states receive. Already 12,000. have
been delivered to states and the re remainder
mainder remainder will be distributed as fast' as
railway cars can be secured for their
transportation, which will be probably
two or three months. This equipment
promises to be of great aid in carry carrying
ing carrying out the large road building pro program
gram program for 1920.
THE FIFTH DIVISION
Is a True Southern Division
.Organized in the South, carrying
the best southern traditions to the
battle fields of France, now located in
the south, at a camp named after a
famous southern officer. It is a reg regular
ular regular division.' It lives up to the high-
est standards of the regulars. The
men of the Fifth, the red diamond di division,
vision, division, are proud of their record. Tht
regulars for the Fifth division assem assembled,
bled, assembled, at Camp Logan, Texas, in May,
1917. They were the 6th, 11th, 60th
and 61st Infantry; the 19th, 20th and
21st Field Artillery; 7th Engineers;
9th Field Signal Battalion; 13th, 14th
and 15th Machine Gun Battalions; 5th
Trench Mortar Battery; 5th Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters Train and Military Police;
5th Ammunition Train and 5th Sau
itary Train. It landed in France in
May 1918. The division fought in the
St. Die, St. Mihiel, Argonne and
Meuse sectors. As part of the Sec Sec-end
end Sec-end army it went into Luxemberg.
The Fifth division captured 2405 pris
oners, 98 pieces of artillery and 80s
machine guns. It lost 1908 killed,
7975 wounded and 98 prisoners. To
individuals in the Fifth division, 163
distinguished service crosses were
awarded. Due to losses of war and
expiration of time, the Fifth division
needs men; it wants men to maintain
its standard. Join the Fifth!
DRESSMAKING
I have opened an up-to-date shop
for dressmaking at Mrs. Bostick's
millinery parlors. Mrs. H. J. Jones. 6t
SEEDS
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf

Attempt at German Revolution Looks
Like a Fiasco, but It has Thrown
Entire Country Out of Order

(Associated Press)
Paris,-March 17 German conditions
have been growing worse during the
last twenty-four hours dispatches say.
There is little doubt that the Kapp
movement will prove a fiasco but a
general strike is casting the country
into confusion. Disorders in many
sections are attributed to the Sparta Sparta-cists,
cists, Sparta-cists, who seized the opportunity t
create trouble.
FRENCH MOBBED AT BONN
A mob stormed French headquar headquarters
ters headquarters at Bonn. Several French officers
narrowly escaped lynching, a Berlin
dispatch to the Journal says.
TROUBLE AT TREVES"
Fifty-nine were killed at Treves, in
the American zone of occupation, the
dispatch says.
KAPP WEAKENS
A Frankfort dispatch says that
Kapp will retire unconditionally as a
result, of the threat of armed work workmen
men workmen to attack the new regime.
ANARCHISTS ARE ACTIVE
London, March 17. The independ independent
ent independent socialists and communists of Ger Germany
many Germany have begun a violent agitation
for a soviet republic and alliance with
Russia, an Exchange Telegraph dia?
patch says.
TROUBLE IN MANY TOWNS
Paris, March 17 Latest dispatchet
say the military movement has re resulted
sulted resulted in bloodshed in' twenty-four
German towns. The Spartacans are
reported to have risen in Dresden,
where a clash with troops is declared
to have resulted in 100 dead and 300
wounded.
HADN'T LET GO
Paris, March 17. Dispatches re received
ceived received from Berlin filed at 10:30 this
morning deny that Kapp has resigned.
BLOODSHED AT HAMBURG
Hamburg, March 17. 'Ten people
were killed here last night- in a clash
between Spartacans and troops.
BUSY MACHINE GUNS IN BERLIN
London, March 17. Machine gun
firing was heard in Berlin last night,
the Exchange Telegraph's Berlin cor correspondent
respondent correspondent says. Sixty-nine work workmen
men workmen are reported to have been klled
at Spandau, where the fighting con continues.
tinues. continues. Truck loads of soldiers are
constantly passing through Berlin
rith their guns points toward the
sidewalks.
KAPP WILL QUIT
Berlin, March 17 Chancellor Kapp
reached a decision to resign at one
o'clock -this afternoon.
WILL IT BE AN ACORN OR A
WINDFALL?
Basle, Switzerland, March 17. A
Chemnitz dispatch Bays a republic
wofking men's council has been pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed there.
EXCELLENT WORK BY
KENDRICK ORGANIZATIONS
Sunday night, March 14th, the
Kendrick Epworth and Junior leagues
gave a program of song, recitations
and drills.. The children entered into
the SDirit of the occasion and did
their parts beautifully. Subscriptions
were taken for the Epworth Era and
Epworth Quarterly, which brought
both leagues up to the standard.
Miss Paetke and Mrs. Bradford Webb
drilled the children.
CANDLER
Candler, March 17. Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Welch and niece, Miss Nellie
Whittington, motored down from
Jacksonville for a week-end viist to
Miss Whittington's parents and sis sisters.
ters. sisters. Mrs. J. N. Marshal went to Barton
Monday in response to a wire stating
that her son, Mr. Harry Marshall was
seriously ill.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mathews and
Mr. Harry Baxter spent Sunday with
Leesburg friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Martsolf left
"Thursday for New York, where they
will visit their daughter, ere return returning
ing returning to their home in Beaver Falls, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. John Haller and
daughter, Mrs. Joseph Rhodes, also
left Thursday, the former going to
their home in Beaver Falls, Pa., while
Mrs. Rhodes' destination was St.
Louis, Mo".
Use the Star's Unclassified Column.

Blizzard in Thirty
Causes .Wide-Spread
Suffering
Years
(As-soolated Press)
Bismarck, Ind., March 17. Five
were froze nto death and thousands of
dollars damage is the result of the
two-day blizzard which swept the
state. It was the worst blizzard in
thirty years. The fatalities occurred
when persons became lost on the
prairies.
PROSPECT OF A WAR
BETWEEN BOLIVIA AND PERU
(Associated Press?
Lima, Peru, March 17. No advice
have been received from Bolivia on
the attack of Peruvians at Lapaz
Sunday. Informaiton from Bolivia
indicates active preparations are un uncle
cle uncle r way for an invasion of Peru, For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister Porra's stated. General
Montes, former Bolivian president, is
said to be in control in the Bolivia,
capital and has called out the re reserves.
serves. reserves. WORLD'S LARGEST DIRIGIBLE
(Associated Press)
Philadelphia, Pa., March 15. The
world's largest dirigible will be built
at the Philadelphia navy yard. In it
a company of navy -men will attempt
a flight across the Pacific Fifty-two
diaftsmen gave their services 'to the
work of designing the great airship.
Work will soon be begun on the plans.
It will be deyeloped along lines sim similar
ilar similar to the R-34 which made the suc successful
cessful successful trans-Atlantic flight. Tht
dirigible will weigh about 33 tons,
and will have a carrying capacity of
3C tons.
NEWBERRY TRIAL'S
END IS NEAh
(Associated Press)
Grand Rapids, Mich., March 17.
The defense closed its argument in
the Newberry election? conspiracy
case and the government began its
final summing up today.
POSSE IN PURSUIT
Macon, Ga., March 17. Posses con continued
tinued continued in pusuit today of the negro
Will White, who shot and seriously
wounded Sheriff Player and Deputy
Dixon yesterday of Wilkinson county.
The trial was followed all night.
UP IN THE AIRPLANE
Those who Major Keightley took up
in his airplane yesterday were Mrs.
L. A. Gabel, Mayor Anderson, W. S.
Bullock Jr., John R. Preer and Rich Richard
ard Richard Dewey. Each and every one had
a pleasant trip.
. "AND HOME CAME TED"
"And Home Came Ted" will be
given at the Eastlake club house next
Friday night, March 19, at 8 o'clock.
This delightful comedy has an inter interesting
esting interesting plot with many thrills and
laughs woven in. Dancing will follow
the play. Everyone cordially invited.
Tickets, 25 and 50 cents. 15-5t
OCALA TESTIMONY
The Expression of Many a Kidney
Sufferer in Ocala
A stubborn -backache is cause to
suspect kidney trouble. When the kid kidneys
neys kidneys are inflamed and swollen, stoop stooping
ing stooping brings a sharp twinge in the
small of the back, that almost takes
the breath away. Doan's Kidney Pills
revive sluggish kidneys relieve ach aching
ing aching backs. Here's Ocala proof:
J. E. Allemand, proprietor of jew jewelry
elry jewelry store, 23 Main St., Ocala, says:
"Some time ago I wrenched my back
while working in my garden and for
some time following had a constant
ache across the small of my back and
in my hips. It was distressing for
me to straighten up after I had sat
in one position for any length of
time. I began to use Doan's Kidney
Pills and they surely proved their
merit m a short time, lor they caused
every symptom of this trouble to dis disappear.
appear. disappear. I take a few of Doan's oc occasionally
casionally occasionally to keep my kidneys in good
order."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Allemand had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 63
This being the last day of our spec special
ial special sale, our store will be open until
S o'clock this evening. Walkley &
Barnett. 17-lt
Fresh kisses, wafers, chocolate
eclairs and cream puffs at Carter's
Bakery. It
MRS. SARA JANE MANLY
Vocal culture in Merchants block.
Studio Hours 10 a. mto 4 p. m. 16-12t

Worst

Regular Campaign Force to Help the
Cause is Being Organized
. Rapidly

, (Associated Press)
Washington, March 17 Local com committees
mittees committees to conduct organized labor's
campaign for the defeat of its ene ene-miesTnd
miesTnd ene-miesTnd the election of its friends
will be organized over the country
March 22nd; it was announced today.
IMPORTANT MEETING
OF BUSINESS MEN
(Associated Press)
, Washington, March 17. Seeing ii
increased population a means of re
storing normal business and price
conditions, the Chamber of Commerce
of the United States, it is announced,
will make its eighth annual meeting
to be held in Atlantic City April 27
and 29, an increased production con convention.
vention. convention. Every topic will be considered from
that viewpoint. The relation of gov.
emment to production will be first
taken up and under that heading will
be considered anti-trust legislation
and taxation. Business of every kind
is declared to be keenly interested ii
taxation, especially excess profits
taxes.
Another phase of the problem to be
discussed will be the part of the gov government,
ernment, government, the farmer and the business
man in increasing farm production.
Secretary of Agriculture Meredith
will speak for the government. The
relation of labor to production will be
approached from both sides, the em employe's
ploye's employe's viewpoint to be presented by
a representative of the American
Federation of Labor and the employ employer's
er's employer's by a business man. There will
be group emetings for each of sev several
eral several great divisions of industry.
REPUBLICANS OF VIRGINIA
GATHER AT ROANOKE
Roanoke, Va., March 17.- The Vir
ginia republican convention opened
here, today with a "contest expected
between the supporters of Harding
Ind Lowden for presidential endorse
ment. Delegates at large and candi candidates
dates candidates for electors and state commit committeemen
teemen committeemen will be chosen tonight.
ANTHONY
Anthony, March 17 Rev. J. C.
Boatwright delivered an interesting
sermon 'here both Sunday morning
and evening.
Mrs. E. R. Neff and children oi
Jacksonville are the guests of Mrs
Neff's father, Mr. F. W. Bishop for a
few days.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Turner and
Miss Mabel Turner and Mr. Guy Tur Turner
ner Turner were visitors in Ocala Monday.
Mrs. B. K. Padgett spent a few
days in Jacksonville last week as the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Lila Perry.
Mr. James Gill and sister, Miss
Ruth Gill of Jacksonville arrived Sat,
urday and spent a few days in An Anthony.
thony. Anthony. Miss Marguerite Plummer was tht.
guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ed Carmi ch chad
ad chad in Ocala Tuesday night of last
week.
Messrs. G. W. Wood, G. A. Hager
and Mr. S. Brown were callers in An Anthony
thony Anthony Sunday.
Miss Florence Gordon left Friday,
for Jacksonville.
Messrs. Ernest and Manning Rob-
erts of Ocala spent Sunday afternoon
in Anthony.
Mr. Clarence Shealy spent Satur
day at home.
Mrs. M. E. Howell after a short ab absence
sence absence is at home again.
Miss Hattie Milligan left Sunday
to continue her school work at East East-port.
port. East-port. Mr. Van Swearingen, candidate for
governor, spoke in the club house in
Anthony Friday night of last week.
A large crowd enjoyed his talk.
Many thanks, "Shady," for your
words of praise in regard to the An Anthony
thony Anthony correspondent.
SEEDS!
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
A dozen collars bought by 8 o'clock
this evening will save you 25 cents.
Last day at $2.75 a dozen. Walkley
& Barnett, Ocala House block. It
DIAMONDS. The largest assort
ment of unmounted and mounted dia
monds that has been in Ocala since
1914, including stones from 38-100ths
to 1 and 15-100ths carat, mountings
of yellow gold, white gold and plat platinum,
inum, platinum, just received by Weihe Com
pany, The Ocala Jewelers. 2-tf
Use the Star's Unclassified Column.

His Requests for More Help Unheed Unheeded
ed Unheeded for Months by the Navy
Department f
- (Associated Press)
Washington, March 17. Nearing
the end of his testimony before the

naval investigation committee, Ad-
roira ISims today elaborated charges
of the inadequacy of his staff abroad,
which he said prevented for several
months maximum efficiency of the
United States naval forces in partic participation
ipation participation in the war. Admiral Sims said
his requests for help were unanswer unanswered.
ed. unanswered. PRESIDENT RELEASED HIS
PICTURE
Photographers today were permit,
ted to take the first pictures-of Pres President
ident President Wilson since his illness as he
left the White House for an automo automobile
bile automobile ride.
HIT GOVERNMENT HEAVY
Washington, March 17. The gov government
ernment government lost $25,000,000 by a su supreme
preme supreme court decision today that stock
dividends are not taxable, treasury
experts say.
LOCAL LEGISLATION
The city council met at -the council
chamber Tuesday night with all mem members
bers members present, to-wit: D. E. Mclver, B.
Goldman, C. E. Simmons, A. T. Thom Thomas
as Thomas and A. A. Winer. Meeting called to
order by President Mclver. Minutes
of the last meeting read and approv approved.
ed. approved.
Request of J. H. Spencer to be al allowed
lowed allowed to use the ,ref useJlint rock av
the rock crushing plant was granted.
Mr. Goldman moved that contract
be given Burford, Hall & Smith in
accordance with proposed contract 'of
said Burford, Hall & Smith, dateo
March 8th, 1920, in the sum of $11, $11,-400.
400. $11,-400. Upon roll call Messrs. Mclver.
Goldman, Simmons and Winer voted
yea and Mr. Thomas voted no.
J .Communication from John Need Need-ham
ham Need-ham asking that the drivers of auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles for hire be allowed to chargtT
50, cents per person for each trip
within the city limits was read and
matter deferred until next meeting
upon motion of Mr. Goldman.
In response to notive given the
Ocala Telephone Company its repre representatives
sentatives representatives were present and explained
reasons for the raise in telephone
rates. Attorneys Burford and Martin
appeared, in behalf of the telephone
company. Matter deferred.
Attorney Burford also appeared in
the interest of the gas company, stat stating
ing stating that the company was willing to
pay the $200 as called for in amended
franchise upon demand and explained
that Ihe company had been operating
at a loss. Upon suggestion of the
mayor President Mclver appointed a
special committee of Councilmen Sim Simmons
mons Simmons and Goldman to act with Mayor
Anderson to investigate the cost of
making gas. and the provisions of the
franchise, also investigate the quality
of gas and report findings to the
council.
Communication from Frank G.
Pierce in regard to release from the
Cameron Septic Tank Co. referred to
the city attorney.
Application of J. W. Johnson for
position of chief of police read and
filed.
Report of City Health Officer Watt
read and adopted.
Report of Manager McKenzie for
light, water, street and sanitary de departments
partments departments for months of February
read and adopted.
Bills properly approved were order ordered
ed ordered paid.
Councilman Thomas stated that Mr.
R. Simmons desired a price on the
city market building. Matter was re referred
ferred referred to Mayor Anderson to report
on at next meeting.
The city having been putting in
water meters at $15 and the price of
same having advanced to about $22
with box and fittings, it was. moved
an dcarried that a price of $25 be
hereafter charged for same.
It was moved that Superintendent
McKenzie and Mr. Simmons, head of
department of public service, look into
matter of putting other -well at the
water works in shape.
Council thereupon adjourned.
PHILIP G. MURPHY
Ocala, Florida

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course, this does not mean that peo

ple who look for a bank are crazy uni

less they confuse such an institution

with a newspaper. Lakeland Star,

That incident stirred the bus. mgr.

ol this shop up so much that he had
nice, pretty, eold-leaf signs painted

on the windows, so ladies who blow

in now with checks to cash do it at
their own-peril.

ARGUMENT FOR

THE BOND ISSUE

Mr. Dixie M. Hollins of Pinellas

county has been in Ocala in the inter

est of his candidacy for thejomce of

state superintendent of schools, and

has made a very good impression, tie
is up to date and modern in his ideas,

and we are glad to find that he shares

sorfte of the Star's ideas about unnec unnecessary
essary unnecessary studies and superfluous taxa

tion. It is time there was a change in

the- superintendent's office at Talla Talla-Either
Either Talla-Either Mr. Sheats or Mr.

Holloway has been in office for almost

a generation, and tne xormer, wno
now holds the position, seems rusted

in his nlace. The Star has hoped that

John G. Kellum of Tallahassee would

become a candidate, but if he doesnt

it will very likely support Mr Hollins.

Having heard considerable talk

Display Plate 15 cents per Inch for
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lx tlmM 6 -cents er Inch, ftoeclal 1

rter cent additional, xi;

Editor Star: I have talked with a
number of voters lately in regard to
the new bond issue, and have not
heard a man say he would vote
against the bond issue.

I believe the voters in this neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood -will vote solidly for bonds,
and the issue will win three to one in
the county.
I have taken the last census report,
the comptroller's report as to valua

tions, and road and bond millage oi
the several counties, and by compar comparison,
ison, comparison, the counties who have buik
good, lasting roads have greatly in increased
creased increased in population, increased much
more in assessed valuations, and the
rate of millage has been but little

larger than in Marion county.
These reports make me believe that
the present proposed bond issue is a
good thing for Marion county.
The Dixie highway will be a na

tional road, extending from the Can

adian line and way beyond to the

lower part of Florida, and 4G miles

cf this great highway will run thru
the central part of Marion county,
near to where 75 per cent of the pop

ulation of the county live; and the

nsiaiMnn 2fi ripr nt nmrinna.i ttaies

based on 4 -inch .minimum. Less than

four inches will take higher rate,
which will be furnished apon applica application.
tion. application.
Reading Notices 5 cents per line for
first Insertion; 3 cents per line for each
subsequent insertion. 0 change a
week allowed on readers without extra
composition charges.
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campaign the following rates 'Will be
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county surveyor, registration officer.

constable and justice of the peace, ?5.
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county judge, county superintendent of
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$10.
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- a rtn rui-nfttn ant nun 1r this rate are to

run from date of .insertion until date of
primary election.
Headers for insertion will be charged
at the regular commercial rates.

1919 taxes not appearing on the poll

ing list, we interviewed supervisor
Barco about it. Mr. Barco says the
list for 1919 has not yet been turned

over to him by the tax collector, buv

that it will be in plenty of time for

the bond election and the primary.

county build its share of this road or
not? Marion county is to issue $560,. $560,.-000
000 $560,.-000 worth of bonds, the state and na nation
tion nation will add $280,000 more.
I want this bond issue to win. i
want this road to be built. I want it

said I helped to build this great

vaj Ksviiu .. r i saiu a neipeu lu uuuu tins great.
There is a conflict of opinion between hignway because I believe it will be

The census man says that Tallahas Tallahassee,
see, Tallahassee, our state capital, has 5637 pop population.
ulation. population.

' We havefever seen so little men mention
tion mention in the papers of St. Patrick's -day
as this year.
"... -.. V :
Gen. Wood walked away from that
wide-mouthed demagogue, Hi John Johnson,
son, Johnson, in Minnesota.

Just see how Hoover ran, without

anv nomination, m Mmnesota. The

party that nominates him wins next

November.

It's no wonder that the French peo

ple are indignant with President Wil

son. His remarks about their
perialism" were most unjust.

the supervisor and County Attorney

E. H. Martin about the time to pa

polls for the bond issue election. Mf.

Martin says the time expires marcn
27, while Mr. Barco says it was up
last Saturday. Mr. Barco has shown
us the law, and it looks to us like he
is right. However, if you haven't
paid your poll tax, go do it at once.

When the I. W. W. charged with
killing members of the American

Legion in a northwest town during
the Armistice Day parade Nov. 11,

went on trial, the "labor element"

appointed a jury to attend the trial

and render a verdict, its naraiy nec-

essarv to say that the mock jury

brought in a verdict of not guilty.

Germany's marks are almost worth

less but thexeasy marks of the United

states are entirely so. muiv ca.

Thev ain't entirely so in Ocala any

. . i 1 At

more. They used to ne wonn au me

way from one dollar tip to fifty, but
the easiness has been eradicated from
most of their, systems.
OAK VALE

the greatest thine to Marion county

that could be had, and besides believe
it will be the greatest and best tax
saving problem that ever our people
had.
Florida is going to be the national
the biggest winter playground in tht

world, because it is nearest to the
center of population; because it will
have several national highways from

the northeast and the northwest com coming
ing coming into Florida, and over these high highways
ways highways millions of automobiles will
come each winter to Florida, and
these visitors are going to spenti

millionsof dollars with us; many of
them are going to buy homes and
live with us during the cold winter.
Others will come and settle with us,

and help us make Florida the richest

agricultural state in the Southland.

And I want to do my part in thi

great undertaking. Don't you?

I want to help Marion county s

population to increase in the nexi
ten years. to 40,000, to see its tax
values increase to $15,000,000; to

have many more people paying taxes,
and to lessen the amount of taxes art.
the dollar. Don't you?
I don't want to neglect this. I be

lieve it is the best and last opportu

nity tfv heln ourselves to a national

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hifrhwav through our county. Will

those who are opposed to a bond issue

tell us why Mr. Tom McQuaig, living

adjacent to the Dixie highway, sold
his 75-acre farm for $10,000 to a new
eottlpr. wtipn thousands of acres oi

land could be had for a fifth of the

I cent per acre and just as good away

from the Dixie highway r
If the profits of the Dixie highway
advanced the value of Mr. McQuaig
pioperty, why won't it advance the
value of your and mine? If the Dixie
highway was good for Tom, why isn't
it good for you and I?
When there is a good thing offered,

let's take it. Yours truly,
Reddick, Fla. L. S. Light.

M Everything Was As :
Cheap As Omf Ice
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
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 yon
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
Ocala Ice & PacMeg Co.

Sixty-three cents buys the best
Cold Cream and one of the best Face
Powders on the market. Special sale

j price at Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf

UJ Vri n rr?

Start economy In the kitchen, ro ro-duco
duco ro-duco the cost of baking save and
serve the purest, most wholcsomo.
of foods.

Use the Baking Powder that saves
materials It Is used with. Calu Calumet
met Calumet Baking Powder never fails
always produces perfectly ralsod,
delicious bakings.

There is no waste no failures.

Call for Calumet Baking Powder.

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Corner of Ft. King and Osceola

Ocala, FIorMa

im-

Again we must say to our unknown

pnrrpsnondent at Belleview that he

or she should hand items to our reg

ular correspondent, Miss Merrill. We
certainly will not print any item, no

matter how interesting, if it come

from an unknown party.

Unless the Senate' committee on

foreiern relations, knows something

detrimental to Colby's character, its

avmvu i& "T "rr""" l ClUiUiCll ttliu xix i a. magpie uivj. v.
as secretary of state is unreasonable. I RaleigH spent Sunday at the home of
a : i a. j. : a. ..u.

it is proDaDiy Dent on irymg w apiwc i y. il. Anderson

Oat Vale. MarcH 15. Mrs. C. fa.

Mims received a telegram Wednesda
from Georgia, saying his half-sister
died the nierht before.

Mrs. Angus Smith and children oi

Williston sDent Tuesday with Mrs.

Smith's parents, W. xi. ana Mrs. An

derson.

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Reddick and R.

H. Jr. spent Friday in Archer, spend

ing the day with Mr. and Mrsjonn
Robinson.'

Mr. Michael Clancy and sister,

TWias Lonie attended preaching at th

Methodist church at Wacahoota &un-

.

Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Mims welcomed
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a little daugnter-xo meir nome mc
10th inst.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Finney, and

children and Mrs. Maggie Finney, of

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The World's Largest Production, I

Mr. Wilson, which is very small" bus

iness indeed.

Editor Benjamin of the Ocala Stax,
bases his argument on the fact that a

woman arrested there last week was

crazy, because she entered the Stai

office, mistaking- it for a bank. Of

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GAS, OILS & ACCESSORIES
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Corner of Oklawaha and Main

?Farral H.- Boyer of Gainesville,

spent' the week-end with bis parents.

His nunt. Miss Pearl Kozar and cous

ins. Mr. and Mrs. Wilton rloweii,

rame over with him. all returninfe

Monday morning. Melvin Boyer took

them back in his car.

Mrs. T. N: Smith of Wacahota, vis.

ited at the home of C. S. Mims-last

ThnrsHftv. comincr over to see her

little srreat niece.

" .

Dr. Emmet Anderson and wiie oi

Hiirh Sorings made a flying visit tw

her their relatives here bunday.

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Reddick ana

children spent Sunday with relatives

at Willitson.

Henrv Anderson Jr. and sister, Miss

Lou Eva, attended the play, "Daddy

Long Legs," at the high school audi audi-tftrinm.
tftrinm. audi-tftrinm. Williston. Friday night.

Mr. and Mrs. Vivian w mtenursc

and children of Willitson spent the

week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. H.

Anderson.

FAIRFIELD

mallet Cats Al

Fairfield, March 16. Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Smith of Wacahoota weru

the guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Aus-

ley Sunday.
Mr. Vernon Knoblock and family of
Martin were the guests of Mr. H. W.
Nettles and family Sunday.
Some of our people attended serv services
ices services at Flemington Sunday.

Services were held at the Presby

terian- church Sunday evenmg. Kev.

A. P. Gregory delivered a fine ser sermon.
mon. sermon. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Lindsay, the principal and first asi

sistant of our school, regret very

rtincTi n lpara of the death of Mr

Lindsay's father, which occurred last
week at his home in Green Cove
Snriners.

Little Mary Reicheldefer, infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis

Reicheldefer, who was seriously ill
with diptheria" is" rapidly improving

and we hoDe will soon be all right

train. We are also elad to say that

little Miss Dorothy Reicheldefer, who
was quite ill, is slowly improving. 1

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Wm Ford

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We call attention not so much to the size of
this average daily production as to the extent
of the effort we put into the making of these
30x3-, 30x3V2-, and 31x4-inch sizes

separate factory we have devoted to
manufacture is not only the largest of

its kind in the world, but it makes tully
effective that experience and resourceftilness
which have produced the tires most popular
on the higher-priced cars.

tires bearing the Goodyear name contain

eher relative value than these tires tor

I, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxweu ana otner
requiring the sizes mentioned.

you own one of these cars, go to the near

Goodyear Service Station JLJeaier ror tness

and for Goodyear Heavy iounst luoes

has themo 4

30x31 Goodyear Double-Cure 250
Fabric, All -Weather Tread JJJ
30x31 Goodyear Single-Cure $'7'50
Fabric, Anti-SkUl Tread Lf JL

Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thirk, strong tubes that
reinforce casings properly. Why risk a good casing with a
cheap tube I Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more
than tubes of less merit. 3 x iizc in u7a'er" $ 50
proof bag 1 .- T

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

If You Want
Something Real Good In
FRESH MEATS
Call Phone 108

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W. H. MARSH

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

iUNTER'S AUTO EXCHANGE

EASTER SHOWERS
will never catch you unpre unprepared,
pared, unprepared, if your car is equip equipped
ped equipped with one of our easily
raised wind and rain-prooi
auto tops. Utilij is not their
only recommending feature.
Smart lines and duraiblity
are combined with moderate
cost. The top does not make
a car, but it helps to dis distinguish
tinguish distinguish it.

TOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a patent wax paste
that makes old tops absolutely waterproof.
PAINTING Autos painted, striped and finished in the best of
material.
UPHOLSTERING We are prepared to give -you satisfactory ser service
vice service in upholstering backs, seats or cushions.
TIRES, TUBES, GAS and OILS
LET US REPAIR, PAINT AND UPHOLSTER YOUR CAR, SO
YOU CAN ENJOY IT YOURSELF OR SELL TO ADVANTAGE.

AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED
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HJ,MM OLD METROPOLITAN THEATER T 1UI lCldL

ids 3

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Winter visitors to other sections of
' Florida are cordially invited to stop off
in Jacksonville on the way home.
All who accept the invitation will find
much of interest in the largest city of
the state and receive warm welcomes
from its people.
"Big League" Baseball Games
Good Plays; Of her Diversions
There is much of interest in Jacksonville.
Some of the many forms of diversion found here
will appeal to every taste.
Fine theaters offer the latest and best in spoken
plays, vaudeville and moving pictures.
The New York "Yankees" and Brooklyn "Dod "Dodgers
gers "Dodgers both in training at Jacksonville, will play on
March 13th, 18th, 20th, 23rd, 25th and 27th and
April 1st and 3rd.
Four big league teams in a double header will make
a baseball 4 'jubilee day" of March 29 the "Yankees"
meet the Cincinnati "Reds," world champions, and
the "Dodgers" play the Washington "Senators."

For Information about aeaoaoaaodatkma apply
to the Tourist Dhrftioa. Chamber of Commerc.
For copy of beak. "JaekaonriDa Axis." aaod
jour praaemt and your paxmaaant addxeaa to

City Advertising Department
Room 10 M City Hall Jacksonville, Florida

THE WMIIDSOE HOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to nont

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

BUSINESS WOMEN HELD

A MERRY BANQUET

There were forty-one members oi

the business and professional worn

an's club present at the banquet held

last night at- the Colonial hotel. A

more enthusiastic gathering of worn

en and girls was never held in Ocala,

and the occasion was a wonderful sue
cess from start to finish.

About 8:30 the club members
marched in pairs to the dining room,
to music furnished by Mrs. Charles

W. Moremen, and each one found her

place by her name written on ex

ceedingly clever and unique place

cards depicting St. Patrick's day. The
table was beautifully decorated with
chrysanthemums and Mrs. Layton is

to be highly commended on the lovely

banquet served and the manner in

which it was done.
The menu was as follows:
Fruit Cocktail
Rice, Pork and Chicken

Creamed English Peas
Hot Biscuits Deviled Eggs

Creamed Potatoes Celery
Jelly Gelatine and Cream
Cake Coffee
Miss Mamie Shephard acted as

I tcastmaster and from the many, con

stant and clever joker, toasts, songs
end other stunts pulled off, she was
judged an experienced hand at the
game. It is impossible to relate all
the interesting stunts that were per performed.
formed. performed. First, Misses Alice Bullock
and Winnie Hunt, each seated on one
side of the table, were required to tell
the first names and ages of all pres present.
ent. present. Of course many were mortally
offended, but there were some very
clever remarks made on the subject.
Every one responded readily to any
request made, for a heavy fine was
imposed for failure. When Miss Onie
Chazal was called upon to sing, she
was enjoying the good things on the
menu very much, but only hesitated
a moment and came forward and
sang a vaudeville song that proved
one of the best hits of the evening.
Mrs. M. A. TenEyck and Mrs. Susan
Ellis were required to sing or crow
a duet. They decided on the latter,
and all voted the selection excellent.
The frog song by Miss Evelyn Mateer
was -so highly enjoyed that she was
sent home, to return with her banjo
and the selections that she gave
were loudly encored. Miss Mabel
Akin joined Miss Mateer in several

of her numbers and as both of these
young ladies are full of wit they
provided half an hour of merrjment.
Miss Ruth Ervin was called on to as assist
sist assist these performers and after much
conjecture as to what part she shoula
take, it was decided that she was the
program.
Miss Sidney Perry, one of Ocala's
most clever young ladies, showed
much talent. She is a whole show
and when she was called upon to dance
and sing she came forward as a stai
would have done.
It was discovered last night that
the club has much talent among its
members. One of the most popular
and talented members of the club is
Mrs. Sarah Jane Manly, who is a big
asset to "the club. She has an ex excellent
cellent excellent voice and is most liberal with
it, and she had people singing last
night who never sang before.
Just before the guests left the din dining
ing dining room an immense loving cup was
passed around the table for each one
t' give an expression of the value of
this club to them. There were man
speeches made which proved that the
organization is going to be beneficial.
From the dining room the party re repaired
paired repaired to the music room and here
Mrs. Manly, with Mrs. Moremen ac accompanying,
companying, accompanying, sang beautifully severa
numbers, which were immensely en enjoyed.
joyed. enjoyed. About 11 o'clock the gathering dis dispersed,
persed, dispersed, each voting the evening one
of the happiest times of their lives
and if constant chattering is assign
of a happy time then it was indeeQ
the case last night at the first social
affair given by the club.
The following were present: Mrs.
Elizabeth Thomas, Mrs. S. A. Ellis,
Mrs. Blanche Allen, Mrs. S. J. Manly,
Mrs. C. W. Moremen, Mrs. J. W. Da Davis,
vis, Davis, Mrs. M. A. TenEyck, Mrs. B. M.
Hunt, Mrs. Jessie L. Charles and Mrs.
E. A. Osborne, Misses Lumie B. Da Davis,
vis, Davis, Pauline Stearns, Olivia and Irent
Toffaletti, Pearl Keeffe) Madge Ped Ped-rick,
rick, Ped-rick, Lilian E. Frost, Carrie Barco,
Frances Isbell, Winnie Hunt, Ruby
Cappleman, Edna Sipple, Minnie Lee
Carlisle, Sidney Perry, Onie Chazal,
Matilda R. Pasteur, Rhoda Rhody,
Edith Williams, Willie E. Proctor,
Ola and Donnie Sims, Cora C. Griffin,
Mabel Meffert, Mamie Shephard, Eve Evelyn
lyn Evelyn Mateer, Ruth Ervin, Mabel Akin,
Ernestine Brooks and Alice Bullock.

The Star is an advertising medium thru which you can reach Ocala people.

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items,

phone five-one.

Mr. Whitfield Palmer is a business

visitor in Jacksonville.

Mrs. Otto Young of Shady was a

shopper in the city yesterday.

airs, aue Mclver or Irvine is a
guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D.

E. Mclver.

Many Ocala people will be much in interested
terested interested to learn of the announce,
ment of the engagement of Miss May
Camp of Franklin, Va., to Mr. Web Webster
ster Webster Walker of Bridgeport, Conn.,
which was made several days .ago at
an elaborate affair given Miss Camp
by her sisters at their home. Miss
Camp has on a number of occasions
visited in Ocala at the home of her
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp,
and made many friends here. Mr.
Walker is quite an influential and
wealthy man of Bridgeport and it was
at Monte Carlo, where Miss Camp
was doing canteen work, that the ro romance
mance romance began ..which will materialize
in their marriage April 29th. .Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Camp will probably at attend
tend attend the wedding. Miss Camp's many
Ocala friends extend their congrat congratulations
ulations congratulations and best wishes.

Misses Margaret Wilson and Miss

Clara L. Gore of Lacota were in town

yesterday visiting friends.

Fresh kisses, wafers, chocolate

eclairs and cream puffs at Carter's

Bukery. It

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haviland ac

companied by Mrs. C. E. Tremere ot

Belleview were visitors in town Wed

nesday.

The many friends of Mrs. Ho wart

Walters will be glad to hear that she

is able to sit up a little each day after

a serious illness of a month.

Stop! Have you tried Federal Bread.

the "best bread in the world." 20-tf

'All customers of Federal Bread are
satisfied customers. Ask them. tf

Mrs. M. E. Fox returned yesterday

to St. Petersburg after a pleasant
visit here to her sister, Mrs. Frank
Ditto, and family.

Mrs. George F. Armstrong left yes

terday afternoon for her home in Sa

vannah, Ga., after a visit of several

weeks aUthe home of her brother, Mr.

Clarence Camp. Mrs. Armstrong's

many friends regret that while on this

visit she was quite ill most of the
time, but they are gla dto know that

she is entirely well again.

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

Yesterday afternoon Mrs. J. K.

Dickson at her prety home on Okla-

waha avenue, honored Mrs. Mimms?,
who is a guest in the city at the home

of her sister, Mrs. E. L. Carney, av
a very informal and enjoyable card

party. There were eight invited
guests and two card tables were ar

ranged, one for auction and one for J

rook. Mrs. Mimms, Mrs. A. M. Hol Holder.
der. Holder. Mrs. Fred Hocker and Mrs. Har Harry
ry Harry Walters comprised the players at
auction table and at the rook table
were Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs. H. M.
Hampton, Mrs. H. W. Henry and Mrs.
Walter Preer. For several hours there
were many rounds of interesting interesting-games,
games, interesting-games, after which the hostess, as-;
sisted by her pretty little daughter,
Elizabeth, served those present to a
course of chicken salad, sandwiches,
wafers, ice tea, pickles and mints.
Mrs. Dickson presented the honoree,
Mrs. Mimms, with an exquisite bunch
of Marie Henriette roses. This was
one of the loveliest of the many socia
attentions given for Mrs. Mimms.
Six hundred ladies can get the
BIGGEST BARGAIN at Gerig's Spec Special
ial Special Sale. Come in and see for your yourself.
self. yourself. Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf

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.. 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 do live
well particularly as regards eatables.
If you trade with us you will at least
have the benefit of our experience.

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18 ROOM HOUSE
FOE SALE
To Close Oat Estate
Located on quarter-acre
lot one block trom Postoliice,
cheap at $3000. Price will
be reduced $10 per day until
sold.
PRICE TODAY $2520
If interested see me at once
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WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c. ;three times, 50c; six times
75c.; one month $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. I OUND Stamps. Same can be had
by calling at Star office and paying
for this ad. 17-lt
FOR RENT Light housekeeping
rooms, gas, electricity and water.
Apply to Oklawaha Inn. Phone 507. St
BUICK FOUR For sale cheap, in
good running condition. Apply at Au Autogenous
togenous Autogenous Welding & Elec. Co. 10-6t
WANTED Position in shop or ga garage,
rage, garage, or will drive trade.. Good strong
man. H. W. Gross, Belleview, Fla. 3t
FOR SALE Buick touring car in
good condition. Reason for selling
government will furnish me with car.
Chief Elec. H. B. Weaver, Naval Re Recruiting
cruiting Recruiting Station, Ocala. 16-Gt
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Apply at 34
N. Sanchez street, or phone 238. 156t
WANTED Position in dry goods
store at saleslady. Have had five
months experience. Mrs. W. R. Du Du-Bose,
Bose, Du-Bose, No. 301 S. 4th St. 15-6t
FOR RENT Six-room bungalow fur furnished;
nished; furnished; all conveniences. Possession
given at once. Apply to Carter's Bak Bakery,
ery, Bakery, Phone 3G0. 3-15-6t
FOR RENT One furnished room
with private entrance. Apply at 229
Fort King avenue. Phone 94. 15-3t
FOR SALE Circular saw mill com complete,
plete, complete, 35,000 ft. capacity w4th planing
mill, dry kiln, skidder, Joader, loco locomotive,
motive, locomotive, cars, rail and 87,000,000 ft.
longleaf yellow pine. Price, $320,000;
one-third cash, balance five years.
Wire for particulars. John J. Earle,
Tampa, Florida. 15-3t
STRAYED Two young looking horse
mules. One dark bay mule, shod in
front; the other black mule shod in
front Owner can have same by calling
at my place near Mud, Hudgens' and
paying for this ad. ami expense of
keep of mules. Call for them at J. L.
P. Hudgens. James Hawkins, Route
B, Ocala, Fla. 3-13-3t
LOST Watch, 17-jewel, hunting case
Waltham movement; somewhere in
the business center, Friday. Return
to J. H. Tuten, or Star office, and re receive
ceive receive reward. 13-
WANTED Have you a slightly used
typewriter or phonograph you would
like to sell? Would you like to dis dispose
pose dispose of some of your old phonograph
records for other slightly used records
or for new ones ? If so, call at 107
Fprt King avenue. 13-6t
TYPEWRITERS WANTED I will
buy your machine, any make. Drop
me a line saying what you have and
price. Address, Box 752, Orlando,
Fla. 12-6t
FOR SALE 25 acres on south Or Orange
ange Orange avenue, 15 acres cleared. Quick
sale for cash, $900. Lottie Matsler,
Reno, Nevada. 12-6t
FOR RENT Three or four unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished rooms with bath. Apply at 308
"West Broadway. 10-6t
WANTED If you have anything in
the line of furniutre, either new or
second hand, call on me. I pay high highest
est highest cash prices for same. B. Goldman,
Ocala, Fla. 9-tf
WANTED Female help (colored) at
Brown's Laundry, Arcadia, Fla. Pay
$10 a week for nine hours per day
and 17 cents per hour overtime.
Write Brown's Laundry, Box 11, Ar Arcadia,
cadia, Arcadia, Fla. 3-12
FOR SALE Six room, two story
house, four fire places, and plenty of
porches; one acre lot; bath, electric
lights, etc. Good neighborhood. Get
information from Jerry Burnett,
Ocala. Address Mrs. D. J. Burnett,
Box 40, Murray Hill, Jacksonville,
Fla. 3-3-12t
FOR SALE Florida Runner pea peanuts,
nuts, peanuts, well matured for seed; 12
cents per pound in any quantity. An Anthony
thony Anthony Farms, Anthony, Fla. 24-tf
FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf
FOR SALE Victor Phonograph and
c 7er $200 worth of records, consisting
of red seals, dance, orchestra, bands,
vocal quartets and Hawaiian records.
Also record cases and albums all in indexed.
dexed. indexed. The first $75 takes all. Ad Address
dress Address Box 117, Ocala. 9-2t
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Ph one
'your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone
146. 2-m
PLYMOUTH
ROCK FOR
HATCHING
Fine, pure bred stock, $1.50 for 15.
Call phone 304. R. N. Dosh, 702 S.
4th St., OcxOa.

OF
The undersigned hereby give notice
that on the Sth day of April. A. D. 1&20,
at ten o'clock a. m., or as soon there thereafter
after thereafter a.s they can be heard, they will
apply to the Honorable Sidney J. Catts
governor of the .state of Florida, at his
office, in the capitol building- of said
state, in the city of Tallahassee, for
letters patent, incorporating them,
their associates and successors, into a
body politic and corporate in deed and
in law, under the name of Loncala
Phosphate Company, under the follow following
ing following charter and articles of incorpora incorporation,
tion, incorporation, the original of which will be on
file in the office of the secretary of
state, of said state of Florida, at the
city of Tallahassee, during the time re required
quired required by. law for the publication of
this notice.
Witness our hands this 25th dav of
February, A. D. 1920.
WILLIAM J EN.VIXGS
WILLIAM J. FARMER
EMANUEL MARTIN
THOMAS SEXTON
TIMOTHY F. FAY.
Charter of I.oneaJa Phosphate Company
We. the undersigned, hereby agree to
SrSFv aSSO?4ted Aether aid 8 dS
hereby associate ourselves together, for
the purpose of becoming a corporation
under the laws of Florida by and onde?
the provisions of the statute of the
state of Florida providing for the for formation,
mation, formation, liabilities, rights, privileges and
immunities of corporations for profit
with and under the following proposed'
charter:
ARTICLE I.
The name of this corporation shall be
Loncala Phosphate Company. Its prin principal
cipal principal office and place of business shall
be in the city of Ocala. Marion county,
Florida, but the company may have
such other offices and places of busi business
ness business in the state of Florida, or in other
states or foreign countries, as may be
from time to time authorized by its
board of directors.
ARTICLE II.
The general nature of the business
to 'be transacted by the said corpora corporation
tion corporation .shall be the business of leasing
buying, selling, exchanging and mort mortgaging
gaging mortgaging of phosphate mineral, timber
and other lands, and the products of
the same; the digging, mining, quar quarrying,
rying, quarrying, dredging, buying, selling, ex exchanging,
changing, exchanging, mortgaging, marketing and
transporting of iphosphate and other
mineral deposits, and the manufactur manufacturing
ing manufacturing of the same into fertilizers and
other products; the purchasing, leasing,
buying, selling, cutting, manufacturing
and transporting of timber, lumber and
like property and the products thereof;
acting as agents and brokers in the
conduct of like 'business and transac transactions
tions transactions for others; the digging, dredging
and removing from the navigable
streams of the state of Florida phos phosphate
phate phosphate and other mineral deposits in
said streams, under the Jaws of the
state of Florida; the owning of all
other -property of every nature and de description
scription description that may 'be necessary, usual
or expedient In the conduct of said bus business,
iness, business, and the doing of all things nec necessary
essary necessary and usual In and incident to the
business or businesses aforesaid; to ac acquire
quire acquire and undertake the good will,
property, rights, franchises and assets
of every kind, and the liabilities of any
persons, firm, association or corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, whether wholly or partly, and pay
for the same In cash, stock or 'bonds of
the company, or otherwise; to Issue
bonds, notes debentures or other obll-
f;ations of the company from, time to
iime, and to secure the same by mort mortgage,
gage, mortgage, pledge, deed of trust or otherwise,
and also the subscribing for, acquiring,
Ibuylng, holding, selling and disposing
of stock, shares, (bonds and securities
in any corporation or corporations; and
also to do any and all businesses or
things (before mentioned, either separ separately
ately separately or 1n combination, for the purpose
of attaining or furthering any of its
objects, to do any and all other acts
and things, and to exercise any and all
other powers which a co-partnership or
natural person could do and exercise,
and which now or hereafter may be au authorized
thorized authorized by law.
ARTICLE III.
The amount of capital stock of thi3
corporation shall :be one 'million dol dollars,
lars, dollars, divided into ten thousand shares
of the par value of one hundred dollars
each. All payments of Btock and of
interest money shall be made in lawful
money of the United States of Amer America;
ica; America; provided, however, that the cap capital
ital capital stock of said corporation, or any
part thereof, shall be payable in prop property,
erty, property, labor or services, at a just valua valuation,
tion, valuation, to be fixed by the incorporators or
by the directors at a meeting called for
such, purpose. Property, labor or serv services
ices services may also be purchased and paid
for with capital stock at a just valua valuation
tion valuation of such property, labor or services,
to be fixed by the directors of the
company at a meeting called for such
purpose.
ARTICLE IV.
This corporation shall have perpetu perpetual
al perpetual existence.
ARTICLE V.
The business of this corporation
shall be' conducted by a .board of six
directors. The board of directors shall
.select from themselves a president, a
vice-president, secretary and treasurer.
One person may hold the office of sec secretary
retary secretary and treasurer. Said board of
directors shall have authority to ap appoint
point appoint all necessary agents of this cor corporation.
poration. corporation. The first meeting of the cor corporation
poration corporation shall (be held on the 12th day
of April, 1920, at ten o'clock a. m., at
the office of William Jennings, in the
Holder building, South Main street, in
the city of Ocala, Florida, for the pur purpose
pose purpose of completing the organization of
the corporation and adopting by-laws
and transacting all the business which
may come before the meeting. The an annual
nual annual meeting of the stockholders of this
corporation shall be held on the second
Monday in April of each and every
year, at -which the board of directors
shall be duly elected by the stockhold stockholders.
ers. stockholders. The iby-laws for the government
of this corporation shall be adopted at
the first annual meeting of the stock stockholders,
holders, stockholders, or as soon thereafter as prac practicable.
ticable. practicable. Until a board of directors shall
have been first duly chosen by the
stockholders, the business of the said
corporation shall toe conducted by the
following named officers:
William Jennings, President,
William J. Farmer, Vice-President,
Timothy F. Fay. Secretary and Treas Treasurer,
urer, Treasurer, and William Jennings, William J.
Farmer, Thomas sexton, .Emanuel H.
Martin and Timothy F. Fay shall con constitute
stitute constitute a 0oard of directors.
Temporary by-laws may be adopted
by said officers until the first annual
meeting of the stockholders.
ARTICLE VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
can, at any time subject itself, is one
million dollars.
ARTICLE VII.
The names and residences of the sub subscribers
scribers subscribers to these articles of incorpora incorporation,
tion, incorporation, together with the amount of cap capital
ital capital stock subscribed .by each, are as
follows:
William Jennings. London, England.
992 shares.
William J. Farmer, Savannah. Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, 2 shares.
Emanuel 11. Martin, Ocala, Florida, 2
shares.
Thomas Sexton, Ocala. Florida, 2
Timothy F. Fay, New York. New
York, 2 shares.
ARTICLE VIII.
The seal of this corporation shall be
a circular impression stamp bearing in
the center the words "SEAL 1920." and
around the circumference, the words.
"LONOALA PHOSPHATE COMPANY."
In witnes-s whereof, we have hereun hereunto
to hereunto set our hands this the 23th dav of
February. A. D. 1920.
WILLI Ail JENNINGS.
WILLIAM J. FARMER
EMANUEL H. MARTIN.
THOMAS SEXTON.
TIMOTHY F. FAY.

NOTICE OF INCORPORATION
LOXCALA PHOSPHATE
CO 31 PA XV

State of Georgia,
County of Chatham, ss. :
I, Geo. W. Drummond, a notary pub-

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Temperature this morning, 55; this
afternoon, 84.

Mr. Albert Griffin's friends will re regret
gret regret to learn that he is ill at his room
at the Arms House. It is sincerely
hoped that he will at an early date be
out again.
A dozen collars bought by 8 o'clock
this evening will save you 25 cents.
Last day at 2.75 a dozen. Walkley
& Barnett, Ocala House block. It
Mr. Earl Homig,' the new manager
of the Federal Bakery, has been join joined
ed joined by his wife and little son and they
have apartments at the residence of
Mr and Mrs. J. R. Moorhead.
You needn't stray by the-Star of of-tfee,
tfee, of-tfee, making believe -you don't know
where it is, any more. Its big glass
windows have been usefully orna ornamented
mented ornamented with handsoms signs in black
and gold, the work of the Ramsey
Company.
Fresh kisses, wafers, chocolate
eclairs and cream puffs at Carter's
Bakery. 'It
Mr. Julian Bullock left yesterday
afternoon for Georgia, where he will
reside in the future. Mr. Bullock's
friends regret that he will make his
home elsewhere, but their good wishes
go with him into his new home ana
business endeavors.
John Wess, colored, of Citra was
found guilty of moonshining in Judge
Smith's court this morning, Attorney
L. N. Green prosecuting. John was
assessed $100 and six months, with
another six months, if he doesn't pay
his fine.
Mr. J. G. Terry, son and two
daughters, Mr. Baker Terry and
Misses Norinne and Corinne Terry
have arrived .in the city from Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky and will make Ocala their fu future
ture future home. They are comfortably
located at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Warner. Mr. Baker Terry
has a position with Mr. T. W. Troxler.
The Harrington had more people
than it could hold last night and sent
its overflow io the Ocala House. Be Beside
side Beside the regular crowd of transients
and a boatload from the Daylight
Lin?, a good-sized party came down
the Oklawaha in a launch from Eustis
and motored in from Silver Springs.
B. V. D. underwear $1.65 a suit up
to S o'clock this evening. Last day of
special sale. Walkfey & Barnett. It
The Rotarians leaving for Tampa
ti?day are John Taylor and wife, Hugh
Henry, wife and daughter, Louis Cha Cha-zal,
zal, Cha-zal, Harvey Clark and wife, Ben
Rheinauer, Albert Gerig and wife,
Ardis Waterman and wife, Jim Ed
Chace, Robert Rogers, Will Cam, Will
Gary and wife, Harry Borland and
wife, Jake Gerig, Harry Davies, Rich Richard
ard Richard Henry Todd and wife and Milby
Lloyd and wife.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose an:l
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
Mayor R. L. Anderson has observed
Ocala from all viewpoints except
from below. He was pushed over its
primeval sidewalk in a baby car car-i
i car-i iage, rode over the streets, in bug buggies
gies buggies and autos, collected stonebruiscv
and scratches with his bare feet and
legs, cast a regretful eye upon it
from the rear of a train as he went
to war, and leaned two-thirds of him him-stlf
stlf him-stlf out of a Pullman window when
returned, and yesterday he took a
slant at it from the hurricane deck of
an airplane. Hs can do no more now
imlesj; he finds an opening to its sub sub-torranean
torranean sub-torranean river.
This being the last day of our spec-ia-.
sale, our store will be open until
8 .o'clock this eveningN Walkley &
Burnett. 17-lt
lie for the .state of Georgia, do hereby
certify that Wlh.am J. Farmer, who ls
to mo well known, this day appeared
ibefore me and iicknowledged that he
.sisrned the foregoing articles of incor incorporation
poration incorporation and the accompanying notice
for the usts and purposes there-in stat stated.
ed. stated. In witness whereof, I have hereunto
et my hand and seal of office this 26th
day of February A. D. 1920.
GEO. W. DRUMMOND.
(Seal) Notary Public.
Chatham County, Ga.
State of Florida,
County of Marion, ss.:
I, iMabel Johnson, a notary public for
the estate of Florida at large, do hereby
certify that: William Jennings, Thomas
Sexton. Emanuel H. Martin and Timo Timothy
thy Timothy F. Fay, who are to me well known,
this day appeared before me, and each
for himself acknowledged that he sign signed
ed signed the foregoing articles of Incorpora Incorporation
tion Incorporation and the accompanying notice for
the "uses and purposes therein stated.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set mv hand and seal of office this 25th
day of February. A. D. 1920.
(Seal) MABEL JOHNSON.
Notary Public.
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PHILIP E. MURPHY
GARY BLOCK - OCALA, FLORIDA

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ELECTRA

Electra, March 16. We are having
some fine weather now.
Quite a large crowd from 'Electra
attended the oyster supper at Moss
Eluff Saturday night. All reported
a fine time.
Rev. Russell preached a fine ser sermon
mon sermon at Electra Baptist church Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning.
Messrs. Ben Holton and Alma Bar Barber
ber Barber were here Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. William Halford has been here
for a few days visiting relatives.
Mr. George Brant Jr., Mrs. Flol Flol-tnce
tnce Flol-tnce Brant and haby, Mr. B. B. Fleu
cher and Mr. C. C. Mock motored tt
Juniper Sunday and spent a pleasant
day.
Mr. Lightfoot and family spent
Sunday with Mr. and' Mrs. J. M.
Mock.
Mr. E. E. Griggs was a visitor in
our midst Sunday. All were glad to
see his genial countenance again.
The people of this section are soi
ry to hear of the accident that befel
George Timmons, an old colored man,
Sunday night, when he fell in the
fireplace and was burned. badly. Tim Timmons
mons Timmons has been a resident here since
slavery time.
Judge Smith has a troublesome
case on hand. In. his court yesterday
was tried for moonshining John Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, an old negro of Sparr. Thert
was a plain case against John, and he
was convicted. But John is"a pauper,
too old to work and a charge on the
ccunty. So the judge doesn't know
what to do with him. It has been pro proposed
posed proposed to give him a wooden bill and
set him to picking with the other
chickens in the jailyard, but that is
hardly practicable.
B. V. D. underwear $1.65 .a suit up
to 8 o'clock this evening. Last day of
special sale. Walkley & Barnett. It
The Star was favored today by be being
ing being allowed to see a little scrap, not
of paper, but of parchment, issued by
the United States War Trade Board
and signed by its chairman. Vane
Clifford. Said little piece of parch parchment
ment parchment was a tribute to a loyal and ef efficient
ficient efficient American girl, and thanked
Mae Stein Titchener for her faithful
work for- her country during the war.
All of us who know Miss Mae know
the appreciation was deserved
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save you money on your shoe
bills, besides you always wear
shoes that look like new.
We Call (or and Return
Shoes (o Any Part of Town
110 W. Broadway. Phone 143
WO'-.O.I!
OAK and PH WE
Cut to Any Length
PROMPT DELIVERY
GILES WOOD YARD
PHONE 112
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:15 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
l:f5 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
2:lLam Manatee- 3:35 pm
St. Petersburg
l:L0pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:25 pm Tampa-St. P'tersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 3:15 am
1:45 pm J'l:sonville-Gansville 3:35 pm
C.42an J'ksonville-G'nesvile 10:13 pm
2: IS am St.Pcfsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
J :35 pm SLPet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am DunneUon-Wilcox
:25 am Dun'ellon-LTcelnd 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates mafle on all Cca
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
7t'-'ST S"- ft.s T. C CBi

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