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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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EVENING'

Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Thursday.
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, M ARGIL 24, 1920.
VOL. 26, NO. 72
I CAPTAIN LANING
EBERT'S ARW1Y TQ
RESTORE ORDER
REVOLTING STORY
FROIUI RUSSIA
CORK RESEMBLES
ANARilD MP
CORROBORATES

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The Testimony of Admiral Sims Re Regarding
garding Regarding Unpreparedness
of the Navy

(Associated Press)
Washington, March 24. The Amer American
ican American navy was not only unprepared at
the beginning of the war, but did not
"carry on" in the early days of the
war "as efficiently as it could and
sh( uld have;" Captain Horace Laning,
assistant ehief of the navigation bu bureau
reau bureau testified before the Senate naval
investigation today. He charged that
during the war it was difficult and fre frequently
quently frequently impossible to obtain the de department's
partment's department's approval of essentian
plans, thus increasing the difficulty of
carrying on .the war and decreasing
the effectiveness of American partic participation.
ipation. participation. SLAM AT DANIELS
Captain Laning said virtual chaos
existed in the navy department at the
beginning of the war and the personal
characteristics of Secretary Daniels
often made it impossible to get- ap approval
proval approval of really important policies.
SECRETARY COLBY'S FIRST- SIG SIGNATURE
NATURE SIGNATURE The first diplomatic document to be
signed by Secretary of State Colby
will be a note to the Allies re-statihg
the United States' position that the
- Turks should be expelled from Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. The note will be transmitted as
soon as signed and will hold the Allies'
reasons for leaving the Turks in Con Constantinople
stantinople Constantinople unsound.
CONGRESSMAN DROPPED DEAD
Representative W. J. Browning, re republican,
publican, republican, .of New Jersey, dropped dead
in the capitol barbershop today.
STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION
IS IN SESSION
The session of the state highway.
. commission, which was called to meet
at the Board of Trade rooms today;
.was transferred to the courthouse on
account of the limited accommoda accommodations
tions accommodations of the Board of Trade rooms.
Chairman M. M: Smith of Orlando,
presided. The other members of the
' Commission present were Mr. Ed Scott
of Arcadia, Mr. J. D. Smith of Marian Marian-nat
nat Marian-nat Mr. J. E. Gilbert of Jacksonville,
: Secretary J. P. Clarkson of Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee and Charles A. Browne, state
highway engineer. Over a hundred
good roads enthusiasts were present
at the meeting.
The principal matter that interest interested
ed interested the people of this section was the
routing of the Dixie Highway from
Belleview southward. This matter is
. being heard this afternoon by the
commission in executive session, and
It; is pretty well assured that the
present route," via the east side of
Lake Weir, will be maintained.
Several resolutions regarding the
route of the Dixie Righway in Sumter,
Pa'sco and Pinellas counties, were
, passed during the morning session.
SEEDS
Ninety day and. old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
FIECIAIL
For Three Days
Tffi WEEK
Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday.
One dozen tall cans d CC
Van Camp's Cream... S 1
One dozen No. 2 f C
Tomatoes ... P A VIU
Compound Lard 27 P
per pound .......
Corned Beef, two 7sf
cans for fJw
Roast Beef, two 7 5 C
cans for -Jv
White House Coffee
per pound
Maxwell House Coffee r
per pound
Delivered Any where, in Town
B. Whitfinglon

PZione . 377

Will be Allowed, on Giving Proper
Pledges, to Enter the
Ruhr Valley

(Associated Vr'?.a)
Paris, March 24. It is understood
on good authority that the Allies have
decided to permit the Ebert German
government to send troops into the oc occupied
cupied occupied zone to restore order in the
Ruhr valley. All remaining to be de decided
cided decided is what guarantees will be ask asked
ed asked of Germany to insure her army will
retire as soon as the disorder has
been quelled.
-
SKIRMISH AT WESEL
Wesel, Germany, March 24. Six
thousand 'government troops, reinforc reinforced
ed reinforced by army countrymen, had a skir skirmish
mish skirmish with communist guards number numbering
ing numbering 15,000 near here last night. Re Reports
ports Reports state that sixty-two were killed
and 100 wounded.
BELGIANS HEAD GERMANS OFF
Buderich, "Rhenish Prussia, (By the
Associated Press), March 24. Gov Government
ernment Government troops in the southern Ruhr
district have been besieged in Wesel
since Monday, but were still holding
firm last night. They were already
nearly surrounded by the lines of
the workers; whose guerilla style of
warfare has driven the government
foices steadily out of the industrial
districts the past five days. A small
Belgian detachment with artillery ar arrived
rived arrived last night and took up a position
at the bridge which provides the exit
from the city.
RHINE PROVINCES IMITATE
RUSSIA
...
Rotterdam, March 24. The condi conditions
tions conditions in the Rhine provinces, where
virtually every town is in the hands
of the workmen,' rapidly are approach approaching
ing approaching a duplication of the conditions
prevailing in soviet Russia.
, According to the Rotterdamsche
Courant's correspondent" in Essen
and Dortmund, the first step. follow following
ing following the. proclamation of soviet repub republic?
lic? republic? was the opening of prisons and
freeing, not only political prisoners,
but also common prisoners. Coming
closely upon the heels of this 'order
was an invitation td the bourgeoise to
surrender all firearms. Emphasis was
laid on this by an announcement that
failure to comply would entail prose prosecution
cution prosecution by the revolutionary tribunal.
The correspondent says that -the
ho.dest task of a soviet .government
would be to' maintain rationing; that
failure in this respect would not be
improbable owing fo the. existing
scarcity of foodstuffs, -and that a com compromise
promise compromise with Berlin would be neces necessary.
sary. necessary. HARRINGTON HALL ARRIVALS
J. C. Stratford and wife, Grove Grove-land;
land; Grove-land; B. O. Lee and wife, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; H. B. Coe, Orlando; Mrs. H. V.
Cassels, Island Grove; W. C. Carver,
Jackson; Frank E. Mann, Lewistown,
Pa.; F.H. Immer, Jacksonville; D.
Stone and wife, Flipt, Mich.; I Dodd
Israel, Philadelphia's. M. Wolff, W.
L Smith, New York; W. P. Gaillard,
Tampa; W. H. Smith, Mrs. Kane, New
York; James W. Bradstreet, Washing Washington;
ton; Washington; W. F. Himes, Tampa; G. H.
Wiltsie and wife, New York; J. H.
Cayford and wife, Montreal; W. P.
Higby and wife, St. Petersburg; J. H.
Hughes, Lynchburg; William Cope Cope-land,
land, Cope-land, New York; E. M. Pyle and wife,
Nell Pyle, Kansas; L. D. Mays,- St.
Louis; E. M. Clark, Gainesville; W. H.
Powell, Archer; W. D. Simpson, Bir Birmingham;
mingham; Birmingham; N. J. Lamb and wife, W. N.
Lamb, Mrs. D. V. Ebbs, Hot Springs,
Va.; C. A. Way, Gainesville; W. B.
Delaport, Jacksonville; 'D. W. Jarvis,
Mrs. L. T. Melson, New Y'ork- L. T.
May, Birmingham; R. E. Hightower,
Rockledge; H.-M. Barrett, New York;
Cliff G. Key, Atlanta A. N. Lane,
Robert Pool, Jacksonville; B. Acker Acker-man,
man, Acker-man, Titusville; Chas. A. Maywald,
Tampa; H. R. Fuller, Tampa; -Davis
Pere, L. H. Bills, Paul Geiger, J. B.
Rodes, Z. S. Baesky, Hiram Plat, L.
W. Cooper, Frank Bennett, Melbourn.
NOTICE
The Board of County Commission Commissioners
ers Commissioners of Marion county desire to pur purchase
chase purchase a tractor and will receive bids
on same at meeting April 6th, 1920.
Tractor is wanted with the following
specifications: 4-cylinder en bloc, re removable
movable removable cylinder head engine, 22 H.
P. thermo-syphom cooling.
The board reserves right to reject
any and all bids.
This March 23rd, 1920.
(Ceal) P. H. Nugent,
24-2t-wed Clerk-.of Said Board.
Six hundred ladies can get the
BIGGEST BARGAIN at Gerig's Spec-
iial Sale. Come in and see for your-
self. Geng's Drug Store. 6-tf

HE WILL ADDRESS MARION COUNTY' PEOPLE AT FELLOWSHIP
FRIDAY, AT DUNNELLON APRIL 1 AND IN
OCALA APRIL 2
Senator Fletcher's campaign manager, Mr. Arthur T. Williams, sends
the Star the list of dates for his speeches between now and the evening of
April 2nd, when he will deliver an address in Ocala:
Monday, March 29 Tavares, Night
Tuesday, March 30 . Bushnell, Night
Wednesday, March 31 Brooksville, Night
Thursday, April 1 Floral City
Thursday, April 1 Inverness, Afternoon
Thursday, April 1 Dunnellon, Night
Friday, April 2 Ocala, Night
i.

BURSTING CATTS' BUBBLES
Smashing that Story of his Wading
Around Washington in
Snow
(Pensacola News)
Governor Catts never-was in Wash
ington on the dates he claims he vis-,1
ited there, when he "waded in snow
up to his knees in behalf of the Flor Florida
ida Florida boys who were dying like flies
from pneumonia in Camp Wheeler,";
r or were there any mortality like he
claims there were in camp. Corres Correspondence
pondence Correspondence on these subjects; which the
governor is. Using in his campaign,
comes from the war department, and1
r.lso from Secretary of War Baker.!
They are addressed to Senator Fletch-J
er, and. the entire correspondence is
printed, in order to keep the record
straight. The letters follow:
Fletcher to the News
Pensacola News, Pensacola, Fla,:
Gentlemen: Referring to your issue
of March 12th, artd particularly the
at tide, "Catts' Claim Untrue, etc.," I
hand you copy of letter from the ad adjutant
jutant adjutant general, dated March 11th,
1920, giving the number of officers
ami men at Camp. Wheeler during the
winter of 1917, and the total number
of deaths from all causes.
You observe the total number of
officers and men there was 22,000. The
total deaths, 284. The officers and men
came from several states. Florida
crrly had about 15 per cent of all. If
the deaths' were in the same propor proportion
tion proportion the total deaths of Fldrida men
would have' been about 42 for the six
winter months.
Gov. Catts was not in Washington
at ail during the fall of 1917.
From the. War Department
War Department
The Adjutant General's Office
March 11, 1920.
Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher,
United States Senates
My dear Senator: In response to
your letter of the 8th instant, in
which you request to be furnished with
a copy of my last report, and- also
with statistics showing the number
of Florida officers and men at Camp
Wheeler during the summer and win winter
ter winter of 1917-18, the number of deaths
which occurred among them at that
time, the total number of Florida of officers
ficers officers and men in the army, and the
total number of deaths from disease,
I have the honor to inform you as fol follows:
lows: follows: '
This office has made no compilation
showing, by states, the number of
men who were in training in the var various
ious various camps and cantonments'. It is
therefore found to be impracticable
to furnish the data called for in your
first and second queries, as the amount
of. research work among individual
papers involved in any attempt to do
so would be so. great as to interfere
seriously with the handling of regu regular
lar regular current work.
Returns from Camp Wheeler, Ga.,
on file in this office show the total
number of officers and men at that
camp during the winter of 1917-1918
by months, as follows:
1917 Officers .Men
October 980 21,045
November . 1,047 21,980
December .1,065 21,594
1918 Officers Men
January 1,096 20,495
February 2,126 19,653
March 1,109 19,331
During the same period deaths at
mp Wheeler occurred in the follow follow-in.'?
in.'? follow-in.'? numbers: Deaths Deaths
from from
disease external
1917 causes
October 2
November 104 2
December '. 85 ...
1918
January 43 1
February .....43 1
March .-. .. 15
Totals 280 4
According to the latest computa computation
tion computation made, a total of 35,930 men from

SOCIALIST GAINS IN GERMANY

Certain of Obtaining Several More
Seats in the New Cabinet
Associated Press)
Copenhagen, March 24. The for formation
mation formation of a new German cabinet is a
matter of only a few hours and the
independent socialists are sure of get getting
ting getting several important portfolios, ac according
cording according to telegrams from Berlin.
Gas, water and electric service have
not been resumed in Berlin and the
tramways are still idle.
WOOD IS LEADING
IN SOUTH DAKOTA
(Associated Frfss)
Sioux Falls, S. D- March 24.- Gen General
eral General Wood had a lead of 3000 votes
over Governor Lowden and 6000 votes
over Senator Johnson when "the tabu tabulation
lation tabulation of votes cast in yesterday's
presidential primary was resumed to today.
day. today. Fifty-one of the sixty-four coun counties
ties counties have reporte'd.
FATAL ACCIDENT
AT COLUMBIA, C.
(Associated. Press!
Columbia, S. C, s March 24. Ser Sergeant
geant Sergeant John McKinneywas killed and
Driver Fox was fatally hurt when a
government truck ran 'wild and crash crashed
ed crashed into a telegraph pele here today.
SPANISH STRIKE ENDED SOON
Madrid, March 24. -A solution has
been reached under which the wage
demands of the striking railway men
have been conceded, and the general
strike ended.
SHOT THE BOY TO
SAVE HIS SOUL
Chicago, March 24. Frank Pinano
is held by the police today awaiting
the result of wounding his son who
was shot five times. The" father said
he "shot the boy to save his soul." He
said the boy had become a recognized
gangster and was afraid the police
would kill him.
the state of Florida entered the army
as' enlisted men during the period of
hostilities. This office has not yet
classified by states the commissioned
officers who served in the army dur during
ing during that period.
The latest revised figures show that
a total of 59,389 American soldiers
died of disease during the period of
the war.
A copy of the latest annual report
of this office is enclosed and also a
copy of a statistical summary of cas casualties
ualties casualties among members of the Amer American
ican American Expeditionary Forces-during the
war. Very respectfully,
P. C. Harris, Adjutant General.
From Secretary Baker
War Department, Washington
March 17, 1920.
Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher,
United States .Senate.
My dear Senator: With reference
to your request of March 9, 1920, for
information as to whether or not the
records of the war department show
that Governor Sidney J. Catts of Flor Florida
ida Florida was in Washington during Novem November,
ber, November, 1917. in connection with his com complaint
plaint complaint as to conditions at Camp
Wheeler, Ga.. at that time, I beg to
advise you that I have had a thorough
search made of these files, including
those of the surgeon general's office.
This search fails to show that Gov Governor
ernor Governor Catts personally visited the de department,
partment, department, but there are on file tele telegrams
grams telegrams in this connection from him
under date of Novjember 14, 1917, at
Macon, Ga., and November 15, 1917,
at Tallahassee, Fla. In these there is
nothing to indicate an intention on his
part of visiting Washington, and, in
fact, he requests that I wire him just
what the department could do to re
lieve the conditions at Camp Wheeler,
Cordially yours,
Newton I. Baker,
Secretary of War.

Sixteen Thousand Bodies of Anti Anti-Bolshevik
Bolshevik Anti-Bolshevik Soldiers Unburied on
the Steppes

(Associated Press)
London, March 24. More than six sixteen
teen sixteen thousand anti-Bolshevjk soldiers
have been found frozen to death on
the steppes, it is announced in o
soviet communique received by wire wireless.
less. wireless. The steppes comprise the plains
of southeastern Russia and the west west-em
em west-em Asiatic provinces.
SENATOR SMITH TAKES
HIMSELF TOO SERIOUSLY
Atlanta, Ga. March 24. Senator
Hoke Smith has definitely determined
to permit the use of his name as a
candidate for the democratic president
tial nomination in Georgia, it was an announced
nounced announced today. His platform will be
issued in a few days.
PREPARING TO ENTERTAIN'
THE HORTICULTURISTS
At a meeting of a special commit committee
tee committee of the Rotary Club in the Board
of Trade room Tuesday afternoon,
chairmen were selected for the var various
ious various committees that will have charge
of the entertainment of the Florida
State Horticultural Society which
meets in Ocala in May. The chairmen
of the various committees are as fol follows:
lows: follows: General chairman, John L. Ed Edwards;
wards; Edwards; reception and registration, H.
L. Borland; entertainment, R. S. Rog Rogers;
ers; Rogers; publicity, Louis H. Chazal; com committee
mittee committee on place of meeting, W. D.
Cain; committee on decoration. E. C.
Bennett; fiannce committee, John L.
Edwards. These chairmen will select
their own committee members.
It is not known just yet what form
of entertainment will be provided for
Ocala's guests during the convention.
One thing that is being planned is a
trip to the orange groves near Citra,
where the trees are budded on wild
stock that was found growing on the
shores of Orange Lake. Fruit of the
very highest quality is grown near
Citra. Some of it the past season
sold for as much as $12 to $13 a "box.
. LAKE WEIR
Lake Weir, March 21. Last Friday
night at the Lake Weir club house
Miss Miriam Connor directed a com comedy
edy comedy of mystery in three acts, called
"And Home Came Ted." The scene
opened in the Rip Van Winkle Inn in
the Catskill mountains. The play was
wonderfully "realistic and held the au audience
dience audience (of standing room only) for
two hours and a half. Miss Sara Brad
ford of Nashville and Mr. Edwards
Brooks played the leading characters
and charmed every one with their
quiet dignity. Miss Edna Blair of Ok Ok-lawaha,
lawaha, Ok-lawaha, as "Aunt Jubilee," and, Mr.
Chouker of Massachusetts as "Skeet,''
the hotel, clerk, were a scream thru thru-out
out thru-out the entire play. Miss Dorothy
Brooks and Mr. Walters of Pennsyl
vania, as the "hewlyweds," were con
stantly getting into trouble, as was
Miss Marshall, the "Old Maid' who
never did find the man she was hunt
ing for. Miss Marie Kepple of Akron,
Ohio, Miss Irene Martin, Mr. Horace
Blair, Mr. Harrell were all fine in
their various characters and. were a
credit to Miss Connor's training. The
feature of the evening was the sing
ing, jokes and dancing of the Collins
Brothers of Milford, Conn., who
were a howling success in all of their
specialties. They were repeatedly
brought before the curtain by the vo vociferous
ciferous vociferous applause and only time let
them off the stage for the evening.
Woodward Yongue was "a complete
mystery in his impersonation of a
dashing young lady who sang several
sweet songs in his own inimitable
style. TKe consternation was com complete
plete complete when he threw off his disguise
aid revealed a good looking young
man.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bradford and
daughter will leave next Saturday for
Palm Beach, Miami and Safety Har Harbor,
bor, Harbor, where they will spend several
weeks before leaving for Nashville,
the latter part of April.
Dr. Ditmar, a guest of Dr. and Mrs.
F P. Herr for the past three months,
will go to several points south before
leaving for his home' in Pennsylvania.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Rose are sorry they will locate in
Ocala instead of Lake Weir, but ow owing
ing owing to Mr. Rose's business relations
with the lime company he is obliged
to make his headquarters in Ocala.
Be sure to hear the Maude Stevens
concert at the Woman's Club Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night. One of the best entertain entertainments
ments entertainments in the course. 22-3t
Just arrived at the Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store the prettiest line of bath bathing
ing bathing caps ever shown in Ocala. 18-1 Ot.

Sinn Fein in Strength and More-Brit
ish Troops Reinforce Those
Already in the City

(Associated Press)
Cork, March 24. More trooDS have
been sent here and empty houses at
strategic points have been occupied
by the military. The Sinn Fein organ organization
ization organization is maintaining secret watches
and guards to protect its Jeaders.
Troops with machine guns are sta stationed
tioned stationed at various points in the city
and armored cars are frequently
seen.
WOMEN WILL VOTE
In this Fall's Elections, if Xnthony
Amendment is Adopted, Says
Chas. Evans Hughes
New York, March 24.Claims of
arti-suffra gists thaC the Anthony
amendment to the constitution, if rati ratified,
fied, ratified, would be ineffective in states
where state constitutions restrict suf suf-fiage
fiage suf-fiage to male citizens until such con constitutions
stitutions constitutions are amended, are erroneous,
according to an opinion obtained from
Charles E. Hughes, former justice of
the United States supreme court by
the National Woman Suffrage Asso Association.
ciation. Association. Justice Hughes also advised that in
bis. opinion the statement that the ex extension
tension extension of the voting franchise to
women would allow them only to vote
for United States senators is also er erroneous.
roneous. erroneous. "I am of the opinion that the
amendment will be immediately ef effective
fective effective and will render invalid and
therefore ineffective any existing pro provisions
visions provisions in any state constitution or
statue establishing a suffrage disqual disqualification
ification disqualification sblely upon the ground of sex.
Further, the amendment, in my judg judgment,
ment, judgment, will apply to all elections and
not simply to the election of senators
and members of the House of Repre Representatives."
sentatives." Representatives." MEETING ANNOUNCED
At the last meeting of the Parent Parent-Teacher
Teacher Parent-Teacher Association it was decided to
hold two meetings a month instead of
one as heretofore, the first for the
transaction of business', the second of
a social, literary or get-together na nature."
ture." nature." The meeting tomorrow (Thurs (Thursday)
day) (Thursday) afternoon at the high school at
4 o'clock will be the social meeting
and a splendid program has been ar arranged
ranged arranged which consists of musical
numbers by several of Miss Wart Wart-mann's
mann's Wart-mann's pupils, vocal selections by
some of Ocala's best talent, and mem members
bers members of the high school, several papers
of interest to parents and teachers,
and folk songs and dances by chil children
dren children of the primary school. Light re refreshments
freshments refreshments will be served and a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant and profitable afternoon is prom promised
ised promised members of the association and
all others interested who arexhereby
especially invited to attend.
SEEDS!
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
MRS. SARA JANE MANLY
Vocal culture in Merchants' block.
Studio Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. 16-12t
; :
All customers of Federal Bread are
satisfied customers. Ask -them. tf
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
K L I M
Solves the mi lk
problem if you
cannot get fresh
milk.
KLIM
Cam-Thomas Co.
Phone 163
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates zsae on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
rcntractor in the city.

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OCALA EYEXING STAR, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1920

C A LA EVEI1IIIG STAR

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OF OCALA, FLA.

at" war with Germany, and that coun country
try country has a legal right to attack our
troops in the occupied area. The pres president
ident president also has the right to give Ger Germany
many Germany notice that the armistice will ex expire
pire expire and order the American army and
navy to attack Germans wherever
found.

ft. H. Carroll, Preside t
p. V. LeareaKood, Secretary-Treasurer
J. II. Ilenjatnia, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla, postofflce as
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county surveyor, registration officer.

constable and justice of the peace, 1 5.

For. sheriff, tax collector, tax assessor,

county Judge," county superintendent of

ubile instruction, and all state-oinces,

10.

Evening Star (One Insertion

week) Same rates as Weekly 6 tar.

Announcements under this rate are to

run from date of insertion until date of

Drimarsr election.

Readers for insertion will be charged

at the regular commercial rates.

On rainy days the weather clerk

soaks it to the, just and the unjust,

There used to be merchants, who
were called green grocers, but they
are all wise now.

Ex-Senator Bailey, now running for

the office of governor of Texas, has

lost none of his old-time eloquence. In
a speech at Dallas, he made the fol

lowing remarks that any good Ameri

can can read with profit:

"God in his wisdom has not granted

a second life to the liberay of a people.
You may go back into history and you
will find example after example of
this. If you could converse with a cul cultured
tured cultured citizen of ancient Greece, he
would tell you that his nation granted
liberty to its people then took it back
from them, and fell. God has sent

no angel to roll the stone of despot

ism from the sepulcher of a lost lib liberty.
erty. liberty. It is not safe to experiment
with the nation's liberty. They say
we are oM-fashioned and believe in
using tallow candles and ox carts. I
would rather read the Declaration of

Independence by candle light than to
be a slave in the mighty light of des

potism.' They say we are 100 years
behind the times, and thus betray

that they do not know that hundred

years is but a breadth of a hand in the
history of a nation's liberty.'
Ocala is noted for the number and
beauty of its shade trees, but it is be becoming
coming becoming increasingly evident that un

less something is done soon that

beauty will be greatly decreased. A
large number of the trees are diseased
and certain to die in a few years. The
city can?t afford to allow this dete deterioration
rioration deterioration to go on. Its the Star's
opinion that the trouble is partly due
to the trees being-too close, and partly
to impoverishment of the soil they
stand in. The dying trees should be

cut out at once, as they can't be saved,
and an expert on tree culture should

be called in for advice as to how to

save the remainder. Young trees
should be planted wherever necessary.

Its noticeable" that many trees have

mistletoe on them and mistletoe al
ways kills a tree in time. It is main

tained by some observant people that
mistletoe grows" only on dying trees,
but whether this theory be correct or
liot mistletoe should be cleaned out of

the city trees.

Admiral Benson should resign. from
the American navy and take command
of a Sinn Fein battleship.
The conviction and sentence of Tru Truman
man Truman Newberry should prove a great
set-back to election frauds.

Royal C. Dunn of the state, railroad
commission announces that .he will not
be a, candidate for re-election.

The flood of bad puns set loose on
Mary Pickford in consequence of her
divorce is likely to make her resolve
she will marry no Moore.
. Newberry has taken an appeal
against his sentence and says he will
keep his place in the Senate.. Itvill
be a good thing for the democrats if
the republicans stand by Newberry,
Cranking a "flivver" is dangerous
business as Senator, Newberry has
found out to his sorrow. Tampa
Times.
He put too much grease on the
handle. '

The -Ocala schools are short of

teachers, but they are likely to be
shorter next season, We understand
that three good-looking school marms
have each contracted to teach a man
apiece to be good.
The peace treaty being definitely
shelved, it remains to be-seen what
Congress can do to extricate the coun country
try country from the false and ridiculous posi-
- tion in which the Senate has placed it.
- The United States is now technically

Senator Fletcher will be in Ocala
late tomorrow afternoon, arriving
from Jacksonville on the Seaboard
limited. He will spend the night at

the Harrington, and go out Friday

morning to Fellowship, to keep his ap

pointment there. He will return to
Jacksonville in the afternoon, but will
be in Ocala again Friday, April 2,
to deliver .a speech that evening. He
will speak, in Durinellon on the pre previous
vious previous evening. Senator Fletcher is
obliged to make, a brief campaign. He
is not willing to be absent from
Washington a day morethan is abso absolutely
lutely absolutely necessary. He hasn't time to
journey all around over the state in
an auto, stopping to talk to every everybody,
body, everybody, and at the same' time drawing a
salary to attend to public business;
therefore everybody must try to be
present and hear him at the compara comparatively
tively comparatively few places where he will be
able to speak.

MRS. C. J. NEELY

The many friends of Mrs. Clarence

J. Neely will regret to hear of her
death, which occurred at 7 o'clock
Sunday evening, March 21st, in Tuc Tucson,
son, Tucson, Arizona, where she removed
about three-years ago, hoping to re regain
gain regain her health.

Mrs. Neely was the oldest daughter
of Rev. C. H. Nash, for many years
pastor of the Baptist church of this
city, and sister of Mr. Geo. A. Nash,
who lived in this city for 35 years.
Mrs. Neely is survived by her hus husband
band husband and four daughters.
Mrs. Neely seemed to be improving
in health, but an attack of influenza

which left her with an affected heart
was the immediate cause of her

death.

The future plans of the family are

not known, as to whether they will
continue to reside in Arizona or re return
turn return to Florida.

Mrs. Neely. in her girlhood in this
city, and later as a young wife and
mother, was dearly beloved by all who
knew her, and the news of her death
will come with sadness to the hearts
of her friends. Her husband was also
well known here, and to him and his
orphaned children goes out the sin sincere
cere sincere sympathy of all Ocala people.
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1917 Ford Truck.
1916 Studebaker Truck.
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DRESSMAKING

I have opened an up-to-date shop
for dressmaking at Mrs Bostick's
millinery parlors. Mrs. H. J. Jones. 6t

The Maude Stevens Concert Com Company
pany Company which will appear at the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club on Thursday evening, March
25th, as the closing number of the
lyceum course this season, is one of
the standard lyceum and Chautauqua
successes on the platform today. This
company has been appearing before
large audiences during the past
twelve years and never fails, to com-'
pletely captivate its patrons. The
company consists of Misses Maude
Stevens, reader and child imperson impersonator;
ator; impersonator; Lia Eckes, soprano, and Char Charlotte
lotte Charlotte Chamberlain, violinist and pi pianist.
anist. pianist. Each individual member is a
ftar in her own line and the enemble

feet. The program given by this I

company consists of violin and
whistling solos, impersonations of boy
and girl characters, cartoon work, folk
dances, musical readings, violin and
whistling duets, costumed mono monologues
logues monologues and musical numbers in cos

tume. This company has had the same I
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personnel ior tne past ten years,
wThich adds greatly to the success of
its ensemble numbers.

Everybody wants it- because
it makes most palatable and
sweetest of foods.

You save when you buy it. You
save when you use it.

Calumet Baking Powder is so
perfectly made so perfect in
keeping qualities that bake.day
failures are absolutely impos impossible.
sible. impossible. Best by test.

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Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

'The JLakeland Telegram says:
"Other things being equal, we are
going to cast our 'vote for the young
men who have an honorable record for
real service in the'war. By the same
token, we will not vote for any man
of enlistment age who sought service
in certain safe. non-combative

branches of annexes to the army, for
the purpose of saving his hide, and in

some instances drawing .much better
pay than the men who were brave
enough to face real war."

Mr. A. J. Stephens asks the people

to re-elect him to the place on, the

school board, which he has held for

four years. Allen is a good man and

has clone a lot of hard work for

mighty, little money. The people had

better re-elect him than elect a less

experienced man.

The Orlando Reporter-Star makes
the following good hit: "It is said that

the governor is attacking Senator

Fletcher on account of hi3 religious

beliefs, says the Miami Herald. The

difference between the two men is that

the senator practices without preach

ing, while the governor preaches with

out practicing."

Duval county announces it will pay

its teachers higher salaries. Very
good, but how. By careful manage

ment or by piling more taves on the'
people. The people of Florida pay
enough money to give every teacher a
good salary, but the legislature wastes
the money.
A solid delegation of Melbourne cit citizens
izens citizens is here to meet the state high highway
way highway commission. Among them is
Paul Geiger, an ex-Marionite. With
him are Messrs. Joe Balsey, John
Roads, Hiram Piatt, David Peal, E. B.
Krager, David Peal, F. L. Bills and
Dr. Ray Cooper.
Van says Catts isn't a suitable man
to be president of the Florida Wom Woman's
an's Woman's College which is a considerable
r.dmission for Van to make, though
he will find a very large proportion
of his fellow-citizens in the state in
hearty accord., with the sentiment ex expressed.
pressed. expressed. Lakeland Telegram.
Has anybody, been crazy enough to
suggest the gov. for such a position?

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OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 24, 192S

OCALA OCCiUES
he best Coffees
Ifi Everything Was As
Cheap As Our 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 ia helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving yon
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather fam family
ily family ever had.
If you have any society items,
phone five-one.
Mr. H. S. Minshall is a business
visitor to Gainesville.
Miss Estelle Proctor of Summerfield
was an Ocala visitor Tuesday.
Mrs. S. L. Fridy of Reddick was in
town yesterday visiting friends.
Mrs. Dora George of Lowell was in
town yesterday greeting her many
friends.
perfectly
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OF NEW PAINT
and you give it new life. Fine,
fresh paint does make such a
difference to the body of a car,
which is the most conspicuous
-part of an auto. We paint cars
with skill and care, and dry and
finish them with that new factory-like
look. Moat of the
'good-looking cars you see are
our work.

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.
TME, TUBES, GAS and OILS

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XUU vAIM UINJUY IT YOUKSJ5L.F OK SELL TO ADVANTAGE.

AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED

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Til WILLIAMS JUBILEE SIGRIRJRS
of Chicago
Will' again appear in Ocala and give our citizens an opportunity to hSStr
tTieir excellent singing on
1$ENESBAY EVENING MAR. 31

MT. MTOIAH BAPTIST CHURCH
. Ample seating capacity will be reserved for white people. Don't miss
this opportunity to hear one of the best troupes on the road. Admission,
5c.' and 75c; children 25c all plus war tax.
, Doors open 8 p. m. Program starts 8:30. .
TICKETS ON SALE AT COURT PHARMACY

uoors upen r. m. urogram Claris : 3U

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wilson of Fort
McCoy were shoppers in the city
Tuesday.
Messrs. Walter and Howard Lee of
Eastlake were well known business
visitors in the city today.
Messrs. J. D. Wilkes and H. D.
Stokes have returned from their busi business
ness business trip to West Palm Beach.

Maude Stevens Concert Company
next lyceum number at the Woman's
Club Thursday, March 25. 8 p.m. 3t
The many friends of Miss Mab?l
Akins will regret to learn that sjie
is ill at the! home of her mother, on
Oklawaha avenue.

The Bible study class meets Thurs Thursday
day Thursday at 3 p. m. with Mrs. Alice Vogt.
Subject, "Deliverance." All Bible read readers
ers readers cordially invited.
Mrs. J. B: Cutler and Mrs. Martin
of Crystal River were shoppers in
town yesterday and were kept busy
greeting their many friends.
Mrs. Mary Priest has returned to
her home at Fort McCoy after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant two weeks visit at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Frank Morrison.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Adams and
daughter, Dorothy, will motor to Mi Miami
ami Miami Sunday to attend the meeting of
hotel proprietors which will be a big
event in that city next week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Minshall' and
daughter, .Miss Natalie have returned
home from a brief but pleasant visit
at Hawthorne, where they were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kea.

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Jacksonville
Your Way North

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 L63&U6 Bsscbatl Games
Good Plays; Other Diversions
There is iriuch of interest in Jacksonville.
Some of the many forms of diversion found here
wilf 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
MarcV 13th, 18th, 20th, 23rd, 25th and 27th and
April 1st and 3rd.
Jour bip; league teams in a double header will make
a baseball "jubilee day" of March 29 the "Yankees"
meet the Cincinnati "Reds," world champions, and
the "Dodgers" play the Washington "Senators,"

to th Toorlat Dtvtaioa. Cfcamb f Commm.
, Tot copy of book," "Jaekaonrttl. Axis," Mod
yoor NMBt ud yo oonaoaont addroM to
City Advertising Department
Room 10 M City Hall Jacksonville, Florida

Head the Star Want Ads. It pays

Mrs. J. II. Taylor will entertain the
ladies of the auxiliary of the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church tomorrow at. a "picnic
dinner at her attractive summer home
at Lake Weir. They are anticipating
a jolly time.
Sixty-three cents buys the be"

Cold Cream and one of the best Fac
Powders on the market. Special sale

price at Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf

s.
Mrs. Harry Walters has as her
guest at her home on Oklawaha ave

nue, Mrs. A. M. Smiley of Minnewas-

ka. N. Y. Mrs. Walters and Mrs.
Smiley were college mates for sev several
eral several years.

Mrs. Gary Gallant left today for
Fort Lauderdale to be with xher sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Jesse Lanier, who is quite
ill.' The many friends of the latter
will regret to learn of her illness, but
trust that she will at a very early date
be entirely well again.
Mr. Trusten Drake, accompanied by
his son, William; leaves tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Jacksonville, where they
will consult a specialist on the con condition
dition condition of the later, who has been quite

ill for the past weekl Their many

friends trust that they will shortly re return
turn return with William entirely restored
to health.

Mrs. G. A. Carmichael, after a
pleasant visit to St. Augustine and
Pr.latka, is now in Jacksonville, where

she will be until Sunday and will then

return to Ocala. She will be accom

pan ied home by her granddaughter,
Mrs. C. F. Flippen of Fort Lauderdale,
who will be the guest of her sister,
Mrs. B. D. Blackburn for an indefinite

period.

Be sure to hear the Maude Stevens
concert at the Woman's Club Thurs

day night. One of the best entertain
ments in the course. 22-3t

Mrs. Ed Carmichael is entertaining
Mrs. Walter Hawk of Waynesville. N.
C who with Miss Ethel Alles of De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, MicK., have been spending the
winter in St. Petersburg. Miss Alles

was the guest of Mrs. Carmichael for
several days, leaving this morning for

Detroit by way of the Oklawaha river.
The .following will greatly interest

the many friends of Mr. and Mrs.

Derapsey Mayo: "Editor Star: It
gives me great pleasure to announce
to you and our many friends in Ocala
the. arrival of a fine baby girl this
afternoon at two o'clock at our home

on Raymount Hill, Fayetteville, N..C

The many friends of Misses Stella,

Nina, Nettie and Carita Camp will be

delighted to learn that they expect to

arrive in the city Sunday afternoon

Irom their different colleges to spend
Easter wek at home with their par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp,
and will be accompanied by Miss
Gladys Blake, a college friend of Miss
Nina Camp.
Stop! Have you tried Federal Bred,

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He responds witH spirit to any request. Ho
is up arid away in ,a jiffy, gets over ground
faster than bigger feUows,f who struggle under
the' heavy burdens of tjheir own dead weight..
He turns a corner quickly picks his way in
atid out of traffic, fairly runs away from most
any other carrier when a street's thick with
teams -and motors.

He therefore makes more trips, more miles
in a day, covers moror territory, delivers o
collects more parcels or freight.
Tha' 's why some call him "Speedy"
Maxwell. He's there when it comes down to
getting a thing done in a hurry.
He might just, as well be called "Thrifty,,
Maxwell,' for he's a penny counter, if you like.
He never uses food except when he's work working
ing working for you and he's almost sure to make you
a present of his first cost in, one trip around

calendar.

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rheumatism and kidney troubles. For a
number of years I suffered with rheumatic
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life was becoming unendurable. Then I
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bought a bottle. The first few doses gave
me more relief and comfort than I had
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rest better at night and life seemed worth
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my kidneys are still in a normal and healthy
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my bidder nor any symntom of kidney ail ailment.
ment. ailment. I have the bignest praise for Dr.
Pierce's Anuric Tablets as well as for Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, which I took for
the liver while taking the kidney medicine."
MRS. M. E. ROGERS, 3009 Second Ave.
Killed by Poisons
AD scientists agree that poisonous pro products
ducts products in the blood are eliminated by the
kidneys and liver. The kidneys act as a
kind of filter for these products. When the
kidneys are changed or degenerated, by dis disease
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Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y says that you should
drink plenty of water to flush the kidneys.
Then procure Anuric. This Anuric drives
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Temperature this morning, 55; this

afternoon, 75.
Maxie Moody, now of Jacksonville,
was in town today, reviewing the
scenes of .his boyhood.
iftrs. Fay Austin Dunn of Atlanta,
will arrive this afternoon for a visit
with her sister, Mrs. C. R. Tydings.
Dr. E. J. Bryan, the veterinarian,
returned yesterday from a two weeks
professional visit to Louisville and
Ccrbin, Ky.
Mrs. Dewitt Griffin and little daugh
ter of Ocala are visiting relatives in
he city for several weeks. Tampa
Tribune.
Miss Louise Smith, daughter of
Chairman Smith of the state highway
commission, was a charming viistor to
Ocala today, accompanying her father.
Mrs. Carl Ray's many friends will
be delighted to learn that she is-stead-ily
improving at the hospital and ex
pects to be able to return to her home
at Martel within the next week.
I. Dod Israel, the genial traveling
man, is in town, reconciling his friends
to the h. c. of 1. by those inimitable
stories that he tells a little better than
anybody else.
Tickets for the Maude Stevens con
cert for sale at Gerigs Drug Store.
Adults seventy-five cents, children fif
ty cents. 22-3t
John T. Lewis of Oklawaha, J. D.
Wallace of Weirsdale and Earl Lytle
of Stanton were in town today, to see
vrhat the state highway commission
vould do.
Mrs. L. C. Bell and two children of
Hernando and Mrs. Bell's guest and
sister-in-law, Mss'. Frank Robertson
of Newberry and Mrs. Bellah. and
daughter of Hernando, ,are spneding
the day in town with-friends.
Miss Virginia Lee Reese of Wil Wilmington,
mington, Wilmington, Del., arrived in the city Mon Monday
day Monday and is. the guest of Mrs. Chris Christian
tian Christian Ax at her home on Fort King,
until after the Anderson-Ax wedding;
which will take place April 8th.
A typographical error in the H. B.
Whittington advertisement a few
days ago made it read "Compound
Lard, 72c." As this should have been
27c. per pound he was fibt overwhelm
ed with orders at this special price.
Arthur Bishop, proprietor, H. H.
Lenhoff, manager and H. H. Myer, sec
retary of the Rose Printing Company,
three genial and good-looking print printers
ers printers from New York, have been paying
Ocala a visit.
"And Home Came Ted' the play
that made sue ha hit at Eastlake last
Friday night, will be given again Fri
day evening at the Oklawaha school
house and a large attendance is ex
pected.. Messrs. Collins, the profes
sional dancers, will also give several
numbers, which are always received
with interest and applause.
Mr.' and Mrs.; George Nash have
gone to Orlando to make their future
home. Ocala regrets that it is not
possible for this excellent couple to
make this city their home, but their
many friends here hope they will re return
turn return at some future date. Mrs. Lasch
and daughter of Chicago, who were
guests of Mr. and Mrs.Nash for sev several
eral several weeks, left for Jacksonville for
a visit with friends before returning
to their home.
Special sale beginning Monday. A
sixty-cent jar Coco Butter Cold
Cream and a fifty-cent box Charmona
Face Powder, both ffir 63 cents at
Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier's many
friends will be glad to know that their
son, John has recovered from his in injuries
juries injuries in the machine shop in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville sufficiently to return to his home
and will begin his school duties today,
his dotcor having consented for him to
go and stay until noon each day this
week. Such good news from John is
very gratifying to his relatives and
friends.
Mr. R. L. Park, the Star's compe competent
tent competent job printer and, his son, Robert,
also an employee at this office, have
been joined by Mrs. Park and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Gladys, and will make their
future home in Ocala, occupying a cot cottage
tage cottage on North Orange street. For the
past several years they have made
their home at Crystal River. Mrs. H.
V. Cooksey of Crystal River, a daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Park, is visiting
her parents for a short time.
News has been received in the city
announcing the death of Mr. John C.
Ley. which occurred at his home in
Tiimpa early Monday morning, from
pneumonia following influenza. For
a number of years Mr. Ley made
Ocala his home, when his father filled
the Methodist pulpit of this city, and
he made score sof friends who are
much grieved to hear of his death. Mr.
Ley during his residence in Tampa
made quite a success in business, be being
ing being a partner in the Alexander Lum Lumber
ber Lumber Company, and had hosts of friend
among both young and old. Besides
his wife and their two-year-old daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mr. Ley is survived by his mother
and tthree sisters. Interment was
made today in Orlando. The many
friends of this family in Ocala extend
their sincere sympathy.

Ocala Auatto audi Garage Comrapainiy
(Successors to Gates Garage)
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
Let us prove to you that the Chandler Automobile is.worth several hund hundred
red hundred dollars more than any car, selling at the price.

23!
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS j
j
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR j
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM- j
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Sit line maximum, one
time, 25c. ;three times, 50c; six times
75c.; one month $3. .Payable in aa-
vat?ce.
FOR SALE Un account oi work now
done by a tractor, three good plow t
muies. Price $200 each. Apply Parker j
Painter, Broadacres, 5 miles north I
cf Ocala on the West Anthony
read. 24-6t j
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
FOR SALE Florida Runner pea peanuts,
nuts, peanuts, well matured for seed; 12
cents per pound in any quantity. An An-thoriy
thoriy An-thoriy Farms, Anthony, Fla. 24-tf
FURNITURE. ETC. I buy and se'l
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
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Two rooms, suitable for light house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping and with all modern improve improvements.
ments. improvements. Apply to C. Y. Miller, 124 S.
Tenth street. 3-24-tf
FOR SALE Eight months old pure purebred
bred purebred Jersey-Duroc boar, son of the
giant Defender boar that heads the
Anthony Farms herd and the top of
ten gilts purchased from this herd last
spring. Price, $75. Apply Parker
Painter, Broadacres, 5 miles north
of Ocala on the Anthony road. 24-6t
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone
14G. .2-m
FOR SALE One eight-year-old mare
mule, weight around 950 pounds. Price
$250. E. B. Lytle, Weirsdale, Fla., 12t
FOR SALE I have three half -acre
lots for sale at a bargain on Fort
King avenue just opposite Dr. C. B.
Ayers residence. Jack Thomson. 12t
FOR SALE One 1919 Chevrolet tour touring
ing touring car; new tires and painted; one
1919 Ford touring car, new tires.
Ocala Motor Co.. C. E. Simmons. 23-3t
WANTED A kind, middle aged lady
wants home with one or two elderly
people, country, home preferred. Ad Address
dress Address "R," Route A. Box 13. 20-lt
HIDES WANTED We are paying
the highest market price for green
and salted hides. Full weight. B.
Goldman, Ocala, Fla. 20-tf
FOR SALE S. C. White Leghorn
eggs for hatching, 260-egg strain,
$2.50 per setting. H. W. Helman, Rt.
A, Box 130, Ocala, Fla. 20-3t
FOR SALE Two large proven brood
sows, grades, one Poland China, one
Duroc. Will have pigs in a few weeks.
Beth are exceptionally fine sows.
Price $60 each. Also three, smallgr
grade sows soon to have pigs at $40
each. Parker Painter, Broadacres,
5 miles north of Ocala on the West
Anthony road. 24-6t
FOR SALE 14 Ford in good condi condition
tion condition except top; $250 cash for quick
trade. Dixie Garage, James Engesser,
Ocala, Fla. 20-6t
FOR SALE Two Jersey cows, one
extra fine, giving three gallons per
day; other to be fresh in few days. C.
A. Holloway, 715 Lime St. Ocala. 19-tf
PLYJIOUTH
ROCK FOR
HATCHING
Fine, pure bred stock, $1.50 for 15. j
Call phone 304. R. N. Dosh, 702 S. I
4th St., Ocala. ;
NOTICE
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Ocala Athletic Asso-t
elation will be held April 6th, 1920, at
2 p. m., in room No. 9, Merchants'
block, Qcala, Fla., for the purpose of
electing officers and directors and
transacting sucji other business as
T-ay come before themeeting.
Geo. K. Robinson, Secretary.
C. W. Hunter, President.
Use the o tar's Unclassified Column.

EGGS

12,125.00 Delivered to; Ocala

A TWICE-TOLD TALE
One of Interest to Our Readers ;
Good news bears repeating, and
when it is confirmed after a long
lapse of time, even if "we hesitated to
believe it at first hearing, we feel se secure
cure secure in accepting its truth now. The
following experience of an Ocala man
is confirmed after five years.
Chas. C. French, carpenter,' 103 N.
Sanchez St., says: "I had been hav-,
ing attacks of backache and kidney
trouble for some time. I felt miser miserable
able miserable and run down, but just as soon
as I began using Doan's Kidney Pills
I got relief. I have relied upon this
medicine ever since and have recom recommended
mended recommended it. to others complaining of
their kidneys." (Statement given
June 30, 1914.)
On April 16, 1918, Mr. French said:
"I haven't had any symptoms of. kid
ney trouble for a long time. Doan's
Kidney Pills cured me and I have en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed fine health ever since. I gladly
renew the statement I made in 1914."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get I
jjoan's Kidney Fills the same that
Mr. French had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 64
NOTICE OP INCORPORATION.', OF
l0CAL.l PIIOSPIIATK
COMPANY
The undersigned hereby give notice
.that on the 5th day of April. A. D. 1920,
at ten o'clock a. m., or as soon there thereafter
after thereafter as 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-in;?,
charter and articles of incorpora incorporation,
tion, incorporation, the original of which will be on
nle in the office of the secretary of
ste,,111 state of Florida.-at the
city of Tallahassee, during the time re re-nuired
nuired re-nuired by law for the publication of
thhy notice.
Witness our hands this 25th day of
lObruary. A. D. 1920.
WIL.LJAM JENNINGS.
WILLIAM J. PARMER
EMANUEL. H. (MARTIN.
THOMAS SEXTON.
TIMOTHY" F. FAY.
Charter of Lone la Phoaphate Compaay
We, the undersigned, hereby agree to
"c-u!ue associates together, and do
hereby associate ourselves together.' for
the purpose of becoming a corporation
under the laws of Florida by and under
the provisions of the statute of the
iaie us rioriaa providing for the for formation,
mation, formation, liabilities, rights, privileges and
immunities of corporations for profit,
with and under (he following-proposed
i iiaiiri, ..
ARTICLE I. .'.
i he na me of this corporation shall b
Loncala Phosphate Company. Its prin principal
cipal principal office and place of bosiness shall
ibe 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
siaies or loreign countries, as may be
from time to time authorized by Its
uoaru oi uireciors.
ARTICLE II.
The general nature of the business
to be transacted by the said far rra
tion 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
me same, me aiggmg, mining, quar quarrying,
rying, quarrying, dredging. Duying. selling, ex exchanging,
changing, exchanging, mortgaging, marketing and
transporting of -phosphate and other
mineral aeposits, ana 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
line property and the products thereof;
acting as agents and brokers In the
conduct of like business and transac transactions
tions transactions for othet-s; the dlgging.'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 laws 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 6f any
persons, firm, association or corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, whether wholly or partly, and pay
for the saate in cash, stock or bond of
the company, or otherwise; to i&sne
bonds, notes, debentures or other obli obligations
gations obligations of the company from time to
time, and to secure the same by mort mortgage,
gage, mortgage, pledge, deed of trust or otherwise,
and also the subscribing for. acquiring,
buying, 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 in 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,
afid which now Or hereafter may be au authorized
thorized authorized by law. '
ARTICLE III.
The amount of capital stock of this
corporation shall be one miUion dol dol-Jars,
Jars, dol-Jars, divided into ten thousand shares
of the par value of one hundred dollars
each. All payments of stock And of
interest money shall be made In lawful
money of the United States of Amer America;
ica; America; provided, however, that the cap- i
itaL stock of said corporation, or any
part thereof, hall 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-j
ices may also be purchased and paid
for with capital stock at a Just valua valuation
tion valuation of such property, labor or services,
o be fixed by the directors or tne
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 le conducted by a board of six

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directors. The board of directors shall
select from themselves a president, a
vice-president, secretary and treasurer.
one person may hold tne oince or 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. 1320, at ten o'clock u an., 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-
nual meeting of the stockholders of this
corporation shall be held on the second
Monday in April of each and every
?eiT, at which the board of directors
shal be duly elected toy the stockhold stockholders.
ers. stockholders. The -by-laws for the government
of, this corporation shall be adopted at
the1; first annual meeting of the stock stockholders,
holders, stockholders, or as soon thereafter as prac prac-tfccble.
tfccble. prac-tfccble. Until a board of directors shall
nave been first duly chosen by the
stockholders, the business of the said
corporation shall be conducted by the
following named officers:
'j 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 ana uimotny if ,ray shall con
stitute a board of directors.
-Temporary by-laws may btf 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 flollars.
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, Qeor Qeor-xla.
xla. Qeor-xla. 2 shares.
Emanuel 11. Martin. Ocala, Florida. 2
share.
Thomas Sexton, Ocala, Florida, 2
Timothy F. FayT New York New
XotK, 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,
"LONCALA PHOSPHATE COMPANT."
In witness whereof, we have hereun hereunto
to hereunto set our hands this the 25th da of
February. A. D. 1920.
WILLIAM JENNINGS.
- WILLIAM J. FARMER
UMANUEL H.. MARTIN;'
- THOMAS SEXTON.
TIMOTHY F. FAY.
State of Georgia.
County of Chatham, ss.:
I. Geo. W. Drummond. a notary pub public
lic public for the state of Georgia, do hereby
certify that William J. Farmer, who Is
to me well known, this day appeared
.before, me and acknowledged that he
signed the foregoing articles of incor incorporation
poration incorporation and the accompanying notice
for the uses and purposes therein stat stated.'
ed.' stated.' In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set m v -hartl an1 A9l n t nfflna f hi tfth
day of February A. D. 1920.
GEO. W. DRUMMOND, -
tieai) Notary Public,
Chatham County, Ga.
State of Florida,
County of Marion, ss.:
I, iMabel Johnson, a notary public for
the state of Florida at large, do hereby
certify that: William Jennings. Thomas
Sexton, Emanuel IL 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 u?es and purposes therein stated.
in .witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and seal of office this 25th
day of February, A. D. 1920.
(Seal) MABEL JOHNSON
. Notary Public.
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
' Arrival and Departure of passes ier
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar
acteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave ArriTa
2:15 am Jacksonville-N' York 2:10 m
1:56 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pin
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
Tampa-
2:J5am Tampa 2:15 am
2:15 ara Manatee 3:85 pm,
St. Petersburg -1:50
pm Tampa-Manatee l:S5pm
4:25 pm Tampa-St. P'tersbrg 4:C5pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leare 'Arrirt
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTTork 3:15 as
1:45 Dm JksanviIlelft'nsvillA SrSSmn
6:42 am JTcsonville-G'nesvile 10:13pm
3:18 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm StJt'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
i;ioam 'uunneuon-wucox -:25
am Dun'ellon-L'kelnd ll'Mmn.
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
tn.io r i
l:4opm Gainesville J 1:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
- Tnesday. Thursday. Saturday.
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PHILIP G. MURPHY
Ocala, Florida ;

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