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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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EVENING

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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
.Sunday.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920.
IV
VOL. 2G, NO. 75

0

HOOVER SEEKS

i OFFICE
Informs Labor Union Paper that He
han No Need of Campaign
Expenditure
( Aa.-,fM-iatel Press)
Washington, March 27. Herbert
Hoover replied to the inquiry as to
campaign expenditures addressed to
presidential possibilities by the labor
tailroad union's "weekly by saying that
"As I have no campaign, I have no
hnance." He reiterated that he was
not a candidate and not seeking public
office.
OFFICE FOR A FLORIDA MAN
Washington, March 27. Robert W.
Williams of Florida has been appoint appointed
ed appointed solicitor for the department of ag agriculture.
riculture. agriculture. SLAYER OF FRANCES SOUTH
IS YET UNKNOWN
Steubenville, O., March 27. The
identity of the slayer of Frances
South, aged eleven, near Adena, is still
a mystery despite numerous posses
scouring the country since the child's
body was found Thursday. Four ne negro
gro negro suspects arresterd Thursday are
still held in custody, but deny all
knowledge of the crime.
WILL OPEN IN A FEW DAYS
The new store of the Guarantee
Clothing and Shoe Company at the
coi ne rof Oklawaha avenue and North
Magnolia street will be open for busi business
ness business in a few days, as will be seen by
the. announcement in another column
of today's Star.
The store building, its interior fix fix-tuies
tuies fix-tuies and its show windows are the
handsomest in the city, everything
; having been planned for the lines that
are to be carried, viz: Everything for
the men and boys from head to foot.
The policy of the new store is to guar guarantee
antee guarantee satisfaction in every transac transaction,
tion, transaction, whether the purchase be large or
small, and Mr. Malever, the proprietor
says that the motto Y. M. B. O. D.
(your money back on demand) will be
rigidly carried out. Read the com company's
pany's company's announcement elsewhere.
WOOD ALCOHOL MAY
HAVE GOT IN ITS WORK
The following from a dispatch to
the Gainesville News from Cedar Key
sheds a little more light on the mys mysterious
terious mysterious death of three men in a boat
olf Port Inglis a few weeks ago:
A chemical analysis of the stom stomachs
achs stomachs of two of the three men who
were found dead on board the sunken
launch Corinne Long, off Port Inglis
about three weeks ago, has just been
received from the chemical depart department
ment department of the University of Florida. The
summary of the analysis is as follows:
1. The presence of ethyl alcohol is
proven.
2. The quantity was more than
would naturally occur in a cadaver.
3. The organs were much inflam inflamed,
ed, inflamed, especially the intestines, which i
typical of alcohol effects.
4. The amount found would indi indicate
cate indicate that enough alcohol was taken to
endanger life.
5. Small quantities of adulterants
in the alcohol, such as wood alcohol,
fusel oil or other similar poisons,
might easily cause death, and yet, be
impossible of detection under the con conditions.
ditions. conditions. In view of many cases of
death from such causes, which have
been reported recently, it seems not
improbable that such poisons might
have been present in addition to the
ethyl alcohol which has been proven
present.
The launch had on her before she
left Crystal River a water cooler,
which was strapped down in such a
manner that it could not have gotten
out of the boat. When the boat was
found this water cooler was missing.
It is thought by some that perhaps
fusel oil might have been placed m
this cooler by some one with the in intention
tention intention of poisoning the entire crew.
Fusel oil is deadly poison, and in real reality
ity reality is alcohol and copper, being a run
from the still direct. This would ac account
count account for the presence of alcohol in
the stomachs of the men, one of whom
never drank liquor. The men were
known to have eaten dinner at an isl island
and island near the mouth of the river, and
then left for sea. Quite likely water
was used from the cooler and the
cooler thrown overboard either by
the crew or some person who might
have boarded the boat after the men
were dead.
It is quite evident that these men
were poisoned, and the state authori authorities
ties authorities should make a rigid investigation
into the cause of their death, and the
n yaiiltv. parties brought to trial. A
paid check, which was given in pay payment
ment payment for liquor by one of the men, is
in the possession of the widow of the
deceased.

ILL NOT VOTE

THIS WEEK
If Suffs Do Not Capture Delaware,
Other States Will Receive
Their Attack
(Associated Press)
Dover, March 27. Altho the Dela Delaware
ware Delaware legislature was in adjournment
till Monday, the struggle on the suf suffrage
frage suffrage amendment continued today,
both sides preparing for the vote ex expected
pected expected Tuesday or Wednesday. Should
Delaware refuse to ratify, the suffra suffragists
gists suffragists will turn their attention to Con Connecticut,
necticut, Connecticut, Vermont, North Carolina
and Louisiana.
KENNETH MACK AY
The friends of our good fellow fellow-citizen,
citizen, fellow-citizen, George MacKay, and his fam family
ily family cannot help but think they have
had more than their share of sorrow
in the last few years.
Their latest bereavement is Mr.
Kenneth MacKay, Mr. George Mac Mac-Kay's
Kay's Mac-Kay's brother, like him born in bonnie
Scotland and for many years a good
citizen of the United States.
Mr. Kenneth MacKay has made sev several
eral several visits to Ocala and was well
known to many of our people. He
came the last time about a week ago,
to try to recover his shattered health.
He was taken severely ill several
months ago, and his life was almost
despaired of. On his recovering some
of his strength, his physicians decid decided
ed decided he had better come to Florida. He
was on the verge of starting two or
three times, but each time weakness
held him back. Finally he mustered
strength to make the journey, and
seemed to stand the trip well. He
reached Ocala about a week ago, and
at first seemed benefited by the
change. Then he began to fail. He
was taken to the hospital and given
the most skilled and devoted atten attention,
tion, attention, but continued to grow worse and
weaker, until yesterday afternoon he
passed away.
Mr. MacKay was sixty-five years
of age. His home was in Yonkers, N.
Y., where he had been in business as
a contractor and Builder for thirty thirty-eight
eight thirty-eight years. He leaves a widow, two
daughters and four sons. Like all the
Scots who come to our shores, he
made a good American. He had four
sons in the service during the late
war, and one of them gave his life for
his country.
The funeral services were held at
the MacKay residence at 3 o'clock this
afternoon. Rev. J. J. Neighbour of officiated.
ficiated. officiated. The remains go north on the
limited this afternoon, accompanied
by one of Mr. MacKay's daughters,
Miss Elizabeth Rankin MacKay, who
arrived from Yonkers this morning.
CARPENTIER OFFERED
SOME EASY COIN
(Associated Press)
Detroit, March 27. An offer of
$20,000 to Carpentier to meet Bat Battling
tling Battling Levinsky for ten rounds here, is
announced.
AMERICA DOESN'T WANT THEM
(Associated Press)
New York, March 27. Cable dis dispatches
patches dispatches from Madrid describing the
crowds seeking passports at the Am American
erican American consulate leads to the belief
that the number of Spanish immi immigrants
grants immigrants might break all records.
FATAL COLLISION
IN PHILADELPHIA
(Associated Press?
Philadelphia, March 27. Four em employees
ployees employees of the Atlantic Refining Co.
are dead and ten injured as a result
of a collision of a motor bus and rail railway
way railway train on a grade crossing in the
suburbs today.
FIRES BADLY DAMAGE
THE PHILADELPHIA
(Associated Press)
Southampton, March 27. Two fires
aboard the American liner Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia damaged that vessel so badly
that its sailing date has been abandon abandoned.
ed. abandoned. The fires are believed to have
beer of incendiary origin.
AMERICA HAS NO OBJECTION
Washington, March 27. The Am American
erican American government has informed the
Allies it won't oppose sending addi additional
tional additional German .troops into the Ruhr
valley if necessary to restore order,
I provided they remain only until nor nor-'
' nor-' rial conditions have been restored.
CULEBRA CUT AGAIN CLEAR
(Associate! Press)
Panama, March 27. Obstructions
in the culebra cut have been removed,
and the canal ojened to traffic after
a six-day interruption.

LOST IN THE

EVERGLADES
Airplanes Searching AH Over South
Florida for Lieutenant
- Niergarth
( Associated Press)
Tampa, Fla., March 27. Airplanes
searching for Lieut. Omar Niergarth,
believed to be lost in the Everglades,
reached Naples and Miami without
finding a tiace of the missing officer.
The search was resumed today.
WILL SELL CIGARS
TO ALL THE WORLD
(Associated Press)
Havana, March 27. Indepedent
cigar manufacturers numbering a doz dozen
en dozen have initiated the formation of a
great co-operative sales agency to en en-ter
ter en-ter the foreign field.
AMERICANS WILL LEAVE
SIBERIA DURING APRIL
(Associated Press)
Vladivostok, March 27. The evacu evacuation
ation evacuation of eastern Siberia by American
troops will be completed about April
1st. Two transports are leaving this
month with almost three thousand
troops, and the remainder will leave
a l out the end of the month.
ALL WOODS' CAMPAIGN
METHODS ARE OPEN
Chicago, March 27. Any money
used in General Woods' presidential
campaign has been expended openly
for perfectly legitimate publicity,
General Woods' campaign manager
stated in reply to charges made in the
?enHte by Senator Borah.
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
W ANTE D Comfortable furnished
apartments for light housekeeping in
desirable neighborhood. Apply "W"
care Star. 3-27-6t
WANTED Circle saw sawyer
yer sawyer for small mill. Can
pay 50c per hour to right
man. Must be a hustler
and keep mill going.
Phone or write T. S.
Mathews, Reddick, Fla.
WANTED Two sales salesman.
man. salesman. See L. A. Gabel.
FOR SALE All kinds of fertilizers,
moss, cotton and cotton seed meal,
hay, peanuts, goobers, chufas, field
peas and velvet beans; all fresh goods.
We also buy potatoes, onions, chickens
and eggs, corn, syrup and in fact eve
rything the farmers have for sale. We
pay cash for everything we buy, and
sell for cash everything we sell. Come
on and let's do business. Ocala Ex Exchange
change Exchange and Hide Company. Phone 400.
FOR SALE One nice Jersey cow.
Will be frehs in about three or four
weeks. W. D. Cam. 27-6t
FOR SALE On account oi work now
done by a tractor, three good plow
muies. Price $200 efceh. Apply Parker
Painter, Broadacres, 5 miles north
cf Ocala on the West Anthony
read.
24-6t
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
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 e
.-econd hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Rei air sewinj machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
3 10, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf
FOR SALE Cut down 1918 model
Ford; new tires; A-l condition; price
for immediate sale $350 cash. Ad Address
dress Address P. O. Box 424. Ocala, Fla. 25-tf
LOST Between Leesburg and Ocala;
dark gray overcoat, gloves in pocket.
Name J. W. Shaw inside pocket. Find Finder
er Finder please communicate with J. W.
Shaw, Quincy, Fla., or office of this
newspaper. 27-6t
WANTED To rent furnished apart apartment
ment apartment or house. Permanent. Best of
references. Address, Box 429. 3-27-6t
FOR SALE Lot on West Broadway
near fair grounds, 158 feet square;

TREACHERY OF
THE TEUTONS

Indifference to Their Plighted W'ord
Proven by Discovery of a Large
Quantity of Artillery
(Associated Press)
Paris, March 27. Great quantities
of arms have been discovered in Ger Germany
many Germany by allied officers charged with
supervising execution of the peace
treaty, 35,000 three-inch field guns be being
ing being found in the immediate vicinity of
Berlin.
MUELLER THINKS IT TOO MUCH
Paris, March 27. Hermann Muel Mueller,
ler, Mueller, foreign minister in the Bauer cab cabinet,
inet, cabinet, has declined the task of forming
a new German cabinet.
DICTATOR FOR HUNGARY
Vienna, March 27. Admiral Hor Hor-thy,
thy, Hor-thy, regent of Hungary, plans to pro proclaim
claim proclaim a military dictatorship, accord according
ing according to Budapest dispatches.
BETTER QUARTERS IN BROM BROM-BERG
BERG BROM-BERG London, March 27 The Polish gov government
ernment government was removed Thursday from
Warsaw .to Bromberg, Berlin dis dispatches
patches dispatches state.
UKRAINIANS IN ODESSA
Paris, March 27. Odessa has been
occupied by the Ukrainian national
army.
NEW MINISTRY ANNOUNCED
Berlin, March 27 Only slight head headway
way headway has been made in the efforts of
party leaders to bring order out of
the parliamentary chaos which forced
the resignation of the Bauer cabinet.
It is believed that a new ministry will
he announced today.
ANARCHISTS HAVE IT ALL
London, March 27. Novorossisk,
the last southern Russian base under
control of General Denikine, has been
captured by the bolsheviki.
GREW NOMINATED
MINISTER TO DENMARK
(Associated Press)
Washington, March 27. Joseph C.
Grew, counsellor at the American em embassy
bassy embassy in Paris, has been nominated
minister to Denmark.
GIVEN TWO CROSSES
FOR THEIR GALLANTRY
Washington, March 27. Distin Distinguished
guished Distinguished service crosses were awarded
today to Major Genearl John L. Hines
and Lieut. Col. Theodore Roosevelt,
the former for heroism in the Cantig Cantig-ny
ny Cantig-ny raid and the latter at Saossons.
FORD SEDAN
1919 Ford Sedan with starter. Run
only 1500 miles. Just like new. Bar Bargain.
gain. Bargain. AUTO SALES CO., Mack Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Ocala, Fla. Phone 348. 18-tf
four-room house; cash price $300. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Randolph Moore, Evinston,
Fla. 25-6t
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, hVz miles north
of "Ocala on the Anthony road. 24-Gt
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone
146. 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.
Ayer's residence. Jack Thomson. 12t
HIDES WANTED We are paying
the highest market price for green
and salted hides. Full weight. B.
Goldman, Ocala, Fla. 20-tf
FOR SALE Two large proven brood
sows, grades, one Poland China, one
Duroc. Will have pigs in a few weeks.
Both are exceptionally fine sows.
Price $60 each. Also three smaller
grade sows soon to have pigs at $40
each. Parker Painter, Broadacres,
hxh miles north of Ocala on the West
Anthony road. 24-6t
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

SUMMERFIELD IS
FOR GOOD ROADS

Report that the People Would Fight
the Bond Issue Unjust to that
Progressive Section
Summerfield, March 27. We have
heard some very unjust criticism
about our little town and we feel that
we should resent such and set the fair fair-minded
minded fair-minded people right.
Summerfield is composed of well well-balanced
balanced well-balanced business men and farmers.
Every one here started at the bottom
and is climbing the ladder of success
round by round and not negligent of
his neighbor or fellow man; in fact,
we are a co-operate set of people be believing
lieving believing what helps the other fellow
helps us. Our merchants help the
farmer in assisting him in growing,
marketing or buying his products and
without the farmer the merchants
wouldn't exist, so" you see we are de dependent
pendent dependent on each other. In fact, we
arc such a co-operative set it is very
evident some of our neighbor towns
r.re becoming very jealous, over overestimating
estimating overestimating our strength or circulat circulating
ing circulating rumors that they know good and
v;ell are absolutely false.
We. have been accused of trying to
take away state road No. 2, known as
the Dixie Highway, from our broth brothers
ers brothers around the east side of Lake
Weir. We want to say right here the
job of routing all state roads belongs
to the state road department and it is
up to them. Our townsman and
county commissioner, Mr. J. W. Davis
with Mr. T. T. Munroe and Mr. Nath Nathan
an Nathan Mayo did go before the chairman,
Mr. M. M. Smith, of the state road
department during our first bond elec election
tion election and ask that the Dixie Highway
be continued around the east side of
Lake Weir and at that time the re request
quest request was granted.
The state road department met in
Ocaal last Wednesday, March 24th.
The meeting nor the subject of same
was known to none in Summerfield
until late Tuesday, the day before,
and lo and behold it was learned aft afterwards
erwards afterwards that a committee and var various
ious various people had the very atmosphere
in Ocala and around the east side of
Lake Weir alive for days with reports
that "Summerfield is trying to hog
the Dixie Highway," and' notice was
given to all residents from Belleview
to the Lake county line and every
Ocala and Lake Weir jitney tourist
that "They had better be on the job
bright and early at the state highway
meeting to protect their rights, etc.,
from that hoggish Summerfield
bunch." The real facts are, we knew
nothing about it nor had started any
such move, didn't even think enough
about it to send a representative to
the meeting.
Summerfield voted better than
three to one for bonds in the last
election and we have good reasons to
believe it will go strong for bonds
again, regardless where the road i3
built.
Another very unjust criticism
comes to us and is being circulated to
injure nothing more than the candi candidates
dates candidates for office that reside here. It
has been stated that Commissioner J.
W. Davis has put all the road im improvement
provement improvement at Summerfield. This sure surely
ly surely is a joke or such a statement made
purely for malicious purposes. J. W.
Davis has played the big brother. Let
us see what he has done for his dis district
trict district while in office:
Hardened road North Lake Weir to
Lake county line, a distance of about
10 miles.
Rebuilt road from Stanton to
Starkes ferry, about five miles.
Hardened road from Belleview to
Candler, about four miles.
Hardened road from Oklawaha to
White's ferry, about four miles.
Hardened road from Pedro to
Weirsdale (Pedro end) about four
miles.
Hardened part of road from Pedro
tc Weirsdale (Weirsdale end) about
one and one-half miles.
Hardened several bad hills on the
Shady-Ocala road.
Strawed Dan Monroe road, Levon,
about three miles.
Rebuilt the streets of Belleview,
about one mile.
Graded part of road east of Weirs Weirsdale.
dale. Weirsdale. In appreciation of the above he has
received a dozen cussings for every
foot of above road for not keeping
them in repaid so you could skid a
glass of coca-cola from one end to the
other without making a ripple.
Now get a magnifying glass and we
will look around and see what he ha3
done for Summerfield. Yes, we find
a mile and three-quarters on Levon
and Summerfield road built in three
different sections and was partly built
by citizens during the week of the
road building drive and not a dollar
spent on same for repairs since it was
built and now in good shape to plant
seet potatoes as it is all "hilled up."

(Continued on Fourth Page J

MARION ORIGINAL
CITRUS SECTION

E. L. Wartmann in an Address De Defends
fends Defends the County Against State Statement
ment Statement That It is Not in the
Orange Belt
Mr. E. L. Wartmann, of Citra, who,
for more than forty years, has been a
grower of oranges in Marion county,
made an address before the Rotary
Club at its regular weekly luncheon
Friday afternoon, in which he answer answered
ed answered the statement that has been re recently
cently recently made that Marion county is no
longer in the citrus belt of Florida.
The facts presented by Mr. Wart Wartmann,
mann, Wartmann, and by Rotarian H. L. Borland,
who also is identified with the citrus
fruit industry of the county, proved
very conclusively that this section is
very much a part of the citrus belt of
the state. As Mr. Wartmann pointed
out, there are more acres of wild or orange
ange orange groves here than in any county
in Florida. Citra, he stated, is the
original home of the famous pineapple
orange, the orange which tops the
markets each season.
Lake Weir, as Mr. Wartmann point pointed
ed pointed out, produces more genuine Par Parson
son Parson Brown oranges than any section
in Florida. The fine quality of. Mar Marion
ion Marion county fruit, Mr. Wartmann stat stated,
ed, stated, is due to the rich hammock soils
of this county. Marion county not
only has some of the oldest groves in
the state, but as stated by Mr. Wart Wartmann
mann Wartmann and Mr. Borland, many acres
of new groves are being set out.
Mr. Borland, who is the represen representative
tative representative here for the American Fruir
Growers, Inc., a $50,000,000 concern,
called attention to new citrus pro projects
jects projects in the county. Within the past
twelve months the American Fruit
Growers, Inc., has purchased some something
thing something like 300 acres in groves on Lake
Weir. Already this company has set
out new trees and it is known that
they contemplate additional purchases
of grove property and citrus lands in
this county.. One reason why the im impression
pression impression is gained that Marion is not
a citrus county is that the groves, for
the most part, are away from the main
railroads and main highways. Most
of the groves are on the lakes and in
the hammocks. Jt
Piaster Monday night, April 5th. the
Gcala Rotary Club will have a ladies'
night and barge ride on Lake Weir.
As all of the orange groves are now
in bloom, and there will be moonlight
on the night of the ride a wonderful
time is anticipated by the Rotarians.
A good part of Friday's luncheon was
given to an expression of the enthus enthusiasm
iasm enthusiasm which has filled those members
of the club who went to the district
conference in Tampa last week.
H. P. Farrar and S. Ely arrived in
Ocala last -week to make arrangements
for the visit to this vicinity of a car caravan
avan caravan of pneumatic tired trucks on
Tuesday, March 30th. The unique
motorcade is on a tour of education
under the auspices of prominent deal dealers
ers dealers in this district. Speakers will ac accompany
company accompany the tour to explain the im important
portant important part being taken by the motor
truck in solving the country's trans transportation
portation transportation problems. Interesting mo motion
tion motion pictures will, also be shown at
night meetings. Free demonstrations
will be given on farms, in fruit groves,
and at industrial plants to show that
the pneumatic tired truck is faster,
costs less to operate and does not do
the damage to highways that other
vehicles do. A local committee is mak making
ing making arrangements to welcome the
tourists. The famous Jenkins "jazz"
Land of Charleston, S. C, will acom acom-rany
rany acom-rany the fleet which is valued at $150, $150,-0J0.
0J0. $150,-0J0. The fleet comes here direct from
Archer and Williston. On Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, March 31st, the motorcade will
show at Belleview, Lake Weir and
Leesburg, with night meeting at the
latter place.
FREE MOTOR INFORMATION
Mr. L. B. Bennett, lubricating engi engineer
neer engineer of the Texas Company, will be at
our filling station on Monday, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Wednesday, March 29, 30 and
31, to give free information as to the
pjoper lubrication of your motor re regardless
gardless regardless of the make of your car.
AUTO SALES CO.,
25-Ct Mack Taylor.
BUY
Trunks
And
Bags
At
Jake's

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FLETCHER AT FELLOWSHIP
In spite of some uncertainty of his
coming, caused by his remaining in
Washington to vote on reservations
to the peace treaty, a very large crowd
greeted Senator Fletcher at Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship Friday.
The occasion was the closing of
Fellowship school, one of the best in
the county, and not only were the ex exercises
ercises exercises witnessed by every school pat patron
ron patron able to be present, but many peo people
ple people came from all over Marion and not
a few from Levy.
The teachers and scholars had a
very pretty and instructive program,
which they rendered to the entire sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction of all present, and then Mr.
Fetcher was introduced to the au audience.
dience. audience. The introduction was a for formality,
mality, formality, as everybody but the babies
born in the last year or two knows
the senator. Mr. Fletcher gave the
ciowd a good talk on education. He
is much interested in educational af affairs,
fairs, affairs, particularly the disposition to
give them a practical trend, and never
fails to do what he can to promote
their improvement.
After the exercises and speakingr
the Fellowship folks served one of
those noble dinners for which their
community is famous, and which was
fully enjoyed by all present.
Politics was not mentioned during
the day, but several well-posted men
have reported to the Star that Mr.
.Fletcher doesn't need to talk politics
to that crowd. They know his merits
and are going to give him their votes.
Mr. Fletcher returned to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville on the afternoon train. He will
speak to the people of Dunnellon next
Thursday night ,and to those of Ocala
Friday night. All his friends in
twenty-five miles of Ocala should be
here to meet him on that occasion.
COPYING TACTICS FROM CATTS
The following dispatch from Cedar
Key to the Gainesville News doesn't
look good for Candidate Hully:
Cedar Key, March 26. Dr. Lincoln
Hully, candidate for governor, spoke
to comparatively a small audience
here last night in the moving picture
show. This morning he betook him himself
self himself out to the high school, uninvited.
and took up something over an hour
and a half of valuable time of the
children, making them a political
speech. As a college professor, of
course he was permitted to speak, but
he abused the privilege, even goiner so
far aa to take a straw vote as to
whether the children wanted Jiim for
governor. Dr. Hully impressed upon
the. children the importance of re
membering that his name was Lincoln
liuly, and had them repeat it fifteen
or twenty times. First low, and then
told them to put is through the ceil
ing. He passed each child a supply
of his literature and requested them
to take it home to their parents. The
public schools of the state should not
be used for political purposes and the
county superintendents and also the
Headquarters For
SPALDING
Base Ball Goods
01 .Every Description
JAKE'S
s
Ocala Florida 8
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state superintendent should take the
matter up with the principals vigor- i
cusly, with a view to putting a stop j
to the practice. j

GIVE IT A NEW FRANCHISE
The mayor and committee of the ;
council are triyng to straighten out a ;
snarl into which the city and the gas I
company have become involved. The ;
average citizen hasn't been aware
there was a trouble, as the company j
has functioned as usual and the city
has been very reticent. j
According to' the charter the gas i
company must pay the city $200 eve- j
ry June 1,' or its charter expires. Last j
June, the manager of the local branch i
of the corporation, which owns the
plant, had not the $200 on hand, tho' j
he could have borrowed it, of course.
So he asked for a few days' grace. In
view of the fact that there are a num number
ber number of men in the city who 'have not
paid taxes for years and yet live in j
their own homes, the request could
hardly be considered unreasonable. A
few days later, the manager of the
gas company had the money. But the
city clerk did not think he had the au authority
thority authority to accept it without permis
sion of the council, and the permission
has not been granted, so for almost a J
year the company has been operating
without a franchise.
We understand that it is the inten
tion of the council to grant the gas
company a new charter, and allow it
to make a raise in rates how much
remains to be decided after a test is
made of the gas. The council commit
tee has borrowed a testing apparatus
from another town and with the as assistance
sistance assistance of one of our. chemists will
make a test. The council, we under understand,
stand, understand, feels like it can't reasonably
hold the gas company down to its old
rate, and tho' the Star has a big gas
bill every month it is of the same
opinion. The gas company has not
raised rates since the franchise was
granted. It' is now charging $2 per
thousand feet, which was its first rate,
when the gas was by no means as good
as it is now, and when its expenses
were not 50 per cent of what they are
row. It gave for a number of years
a discount of 30 per cent, which has
been taken up recently, thereby giving
the impression to most people that the
rates have been raised. The gas com
pany has been operating at a loss for
two years, so the loss of its franchise
has no terrors for it. If it was to shut
down, the city would either have to
let the plant remain idle and the peo
ple go without gas, or appoint a re receiver,
ceiver, receiver, which would be an added bur
den to the city government.
Following is the report of the gas
company of its expenses and revenue
for the last two years:
Report for 1918
Oil $ 2.806.01
Coke 2,168.62
Wood 842.75
Water. 77.67
Freight 1,052.57
Pay roll 3,891.14
Miscellaneous 706.85
Taxes 337.10
Rent 360.00
Printing and advertising.. 139.84
Meters 269.49
Stoves and appliances 204.30
Repairs and replacements. 1,120.74
Mdse. inventory 1-1-1918.. 2,156.24
$ 16,133.32
Mdse. inventory 1-1-1919.. 2,172.84
Net cost 13,960.48
Receipts
Gas sales ..." $ 11039.90
Appliance sales 538.52
Installation, etc 360.11
$ 11,938.53
2,021.95
Net loss
Report for 1919 Exp
enses
Oil ...
Coke
Wood
Water
$ 2,515.17
2,650.25
770.75
155.08
1,913.23
' V
Freight
Pay roll :
Miscellaneous.
Taxes
Rent
Printing and advertising.
Meters and appliances .
Repairs and replacements
Mdse. inventory 1-1-1919.
4,581.90
442.43
337.10
360.00
99.45
849.01
1,071.31
2,172.84
$ 17,918.52
Mdse. inventory 1-1-1920.. 1,814.12
Net cost $16,104.40
Receipts
Gas sales $ 12,476.10
Appliance sales 1,588.61
Installation, etc 676.24
$ 14,740.95
1,363.45
Net loss

A JMrnnrollett

SUMMERFIELD ALL RIGHT

l!
The letter from Summerfield printed
elsewhere is gratifying to .all friends
of progress, and bears out the opinion
expressed in the Star the other day
that the people of that section had
more public spirit than to try to hold
up a great enterprise for a small
grievance.
The origin of the opinion that Sum Summerfield
merfield Summerfield would vote against bonds
seems very obscure. So far. the Star
has. not been able to find anybody who
would stand for it.
There was considerable talk to that
effect on the day the state road com commission
mission commission met here, but Summerfield
men emphatically state they were not
responsible for it. It is not impos impossible,
sible, impossible, however, that some of them, sur surprised
prised surprised at the uncalled for accusation,
nay have spoken out more strongly
than they intended.
At any rate, the Star didn't take
much stock in the report and is glad
to have its opinion confirmed.
It is also glad to have his district
speak up so well for little Joe Davis,
whe has been a hardworking and
faithful commissioner, but neverthe nevertheless
less nevertheless seems to have been the recipient
of more criticism than any other mem member
ber member of the board.
The loyalty of Summerfield people
makes the bond issue almost a cer certainty,
tainty, certainty, and we will call the attention
of the other sections of the county to
the fact that some districts that op oppose
pose oppose bonds are nearer the main line
of road than they are.
The unnecessary agitation of thos
few days was the cause for the state
highway commission passing the fol
lowing resolutions.
"Whereas, Marion county has called
a bond election to build its north and
south trunk highway on the east side
of Lake Weir; now be it
"Resolved, That if such bond issue
is carried, said road will be construct constructed
ed constructed by the state road department on
the east side of Lake Weir."
Reward for arrest and
conviction of party or
parties desecrating tomb tombstones
stones tombstones in Jewish Ceme Cemetery.
tery. Cemetery. Jake Brown

L. T. IZLAR
GENERAL
INSURANCE
Room 9
Gary Block
Ocala - Florida
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SAVE
MONEY
BY
BUYING
YOUR
STRAW
HAT
At JAKE'S
Call Five One Nine
The Old Reliable
Quick Delivery
Steak 35c.
Loin Steak 40-45c
Pork Chops 35c.
Roast 30c.
Big Roast 25c.
Stew 15c.
Fish, Oysters and Seasoning
Green Groceries
' J. D Dawkins
111 WEST BROADWAY
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Bring in your Second Liberty
Coupon Bonds at once so that
we can have them exchanged
for New Full Coupon Bonds

Munroe &
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Each church or religious society is:
entitled to six lines free under this
head. All in excess of that amount j
must be paid for at regular reading
notice rates. ;
Baptist i
Rev. W. P. Hines, D. D., Pastor j
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning service. Subject
of sermon, "Setting Accounts."
7:45 p. m. Evening service. Sub Subject
ject Subject of sermon, "Saved by Blood."
Grace Episcopal
Palm Sunday
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser sermon.
mon. sermon. 7:30 p. m. Choral service with
special music and sermon.
Service each morning in holy week
at 7:30 o'clock.
John J. Neighbour, Rector.
Presbyterian
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. L. M.
Murray superintendent.
11 a. m. Congregational meeting.
7:30 p. m. Sermon by Rev. Carl
Freer.
Methodist
9:45 a. m. Sunday school, followed
by reception of church members.
11 a. m. Sermon by Dr. Preer of
the Alabama conference.
At the evening service we will join
in a welcoming service in honor of the
coming of the new pastor at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church.
St. Phillips Catholic
John Conoley, Pastor
9 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. High mass.
7:30 p. m. Evening service.
Low mass Monday at 7 a. m.
Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service
8p. m. Wednesday.
MRS. THOMAS MYERS
Mrs. Thomas Myers, aged 51, one
of Morriston's most beloved and
Christian women, died at her home
yesterday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock.
Besides leaving many friends, she is
survived by her husband and several
children. Mrs. Myers was a victim of
influenza and was only ill a few days.
The funeral services will take place
tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from
the residence, and interment will be
made at Montbrook. Pyles & Perkins
have charge of the funeral arrange
ments.
FREE MOTOR INFORMATION
Mr. L. B. Bennett, lubricating engi engineer
neer engineer of the Texas Company, will be at
our filling station on Monday, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Wednesday, March 29, 30 and
31, to give free information as to the
proper lubrication of your motor re regardless
gardless regardless of the make of your car.
AUTO SALES CO.,
25-6t Mack Taylor.
SEEDS
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
I Who's your haberdasher? See H. A.
; Waterman, the haberdasher, for your
spring straw, Panama or balliluk hat.
' H. A. Waterman. 26-4t

HUDSON

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Chambliss National Bank

If 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 is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving you
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather fam family
ily family ever had.
Ocala Ice ft -Packing Co.

Have Your

TT"TTT

Mr. L. B. Bennett, lubricating engineer of
the Texas Company will be at our filling station
on North Main Street
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
March 29th, 30th and 31st
to give free information as to the proper lubri lubrication
cation lubrication of your motor regardless of make.
For nextjweek only we will sell Texas Motor
Oil at wholesale price
5 gal. Texas Motor Oil, Medium $3.50
5 gal. Texas Motor Oil, Heavy 4.00
5 gal. Texas Motor Oil, Extra 4.50
Compare these prices with those you are
now paying, to say nothing of the free cleaning
service that is yours.
This oil er is open until April 3rd only

Aunfi Ssiflss C

Mack

THE WINBSOR HOTEL.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience ui each room. Dining room service is
second to none

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

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Motor Washed

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J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.



OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, MARCH 27. 1920

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CHANGE HERE
For a new Goodrich tire.
If your casings are get getting
ting getting doubtful, bring them

by and let us rejuvenate
them. Re-tread work on

old casings is our spec

ialty.
BLALOCK BROS.
VULCANIZING
Phone 78
Corner of Oklawaha and Main

I See Me
I For All Classes Oi
J Stone, Brick, Wood,
J and Concrete
; Building;
1 j. D. McCaslull

! 1 OCALA OCCURRENCES

I Phone 446

Contractor

728 Wenona St.

If you have any society items,
phone five-one.
Mr. Norton Davis is a business vis visitor
itor visitor to Jacksonville.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Svvope of East East-k.ke
k.ke East-k.ke were visitors in town yesterday.
Mr. Charles Tydings returned last
niji'ht from a short visit in Jacksonville.

FOR

REVOLVERS
Gf TO
Jake's Florida

t Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tucker left

yesterday for Jacksonville. They will
return Sunday afternoon.

Stop! Have you tried Federal Bread.
I lt- "best bread in the world." 20-tf

The many friends of Mrs. H. M.
Hampton will regret to learn that she
h ill at her home on Oklawaha avenue.

i mmmn

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j r"li, Good eyes are your
I ').., greatest asset. Proper
j care of the eyes isyour
I size, most important duty
'ytj.YJ& Help your eyes to help
you.
j DR. K. J. WEI HE,

Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

Mr. T. M. Kilgore is smiling broao broao-lv
lv broao-lv today because his wife and their

j sn ai t little son have returned home

fiom the hospital.
All members of the Presbyterian
church are urged to attend the' con congregational
gregational congregational meeting at their church
tc morrow morning at 11 o'clock, to
cf.ll a pastor.

U.se the Star's Unclassified Column.

MRS. SARA JANE MANLY
Vocal culture in Merchants' block.
Studio Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. 16-.2t

J. H. SPENCER

VV. R. PEDRICK

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AGENCY

We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.

GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES

Exclusive Agents for "VESTA' BATTERY, 18 Mo. Guarantee
An Up-to-Date Battery Service Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring r
Prompt and Efficient Service

GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.

OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS
PHONE 271
Ocala - Florida

THE list of possible
battery insulating
materials contains dozens
of different woods, fibres,
compounds, natural ma materials
terials materials and patent prepar preparations,
ations, preparations, but there is only
one good enough to suit
the particular battery
user. That is Threaded
Rubber. You get it only
in the Still Better Willard.

Ocala Storage Battery Co
Mcalc Taylor

20 N. Main St.

Ocala, Fla igggsa

aTfW 1 1 storage i JEfiS
)fOlJT battery) aEv3p7
VMM J Jm

Mr. Edwin Spencer of Lakeland was
a business visitor in the city yester yesterday
day yesterday and part of today, returning
home this afternoon. He was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Trulson
and two children of Cleveland, Ohio,
and Captain and Mrs. William Steitz
oi Lakeland.

OBSERVATIONS

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W Vi .. V N r "C "C

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

Rev. Carl Preer of Talassee, Ala..

j will preach in the Presbyterian church

tomorrow evening. Services begin at
7:30. This young man is a good
speaker and every one is cordially in invited
vited invited to hear him. He is a brother of
Messrs. Walter and John Preer of our
city.

Mrs. T. P. Drake left yesterday for
Jacksonville to join her husband and
son, William, who preceded her sev several
eral several days to consult a specialist on
the condition of Master William, who
is suffering from an attack of appen appendicitis.
dicitis. appendicitis. It is sincerely hoped by the
many friends of this family that Wil William
liam William will at a Very early date be en entirely
tirely entirely well again.
And now for the best clothing made.
Waterman, the haberdasher, has Hart,
Schaffner & Mark. Satisfaction guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed or your money back. Can you
do better? H. A. Waterman. 26-4t

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldnamer of
Elizabethtown, Ky., will conclude an
exceedingly pleasant week's visit with
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Duval tomorrow
and will go to Leesburg for a sliort
stay with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mote be before
fore before returning to their home in Ken Kentucky.
tucky. Kentucky. Mr. Stiles McDougald will
motor Mr. and Mrs. Goldnamer to
Leesburg in his car, and he, too, will
remain in that city for a short time,
vis-ting friends.
Just arrived at the Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store the prettiest line of bath bathing
ing bathing caps ever shown in Ocala. 18-10t.
Mr. Robert McDougald arrived in
the city yesterday afternoon for a
visit until Monday, when he will re return
turn return to his home at Venus, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his wife and son, Robert,
who have been visiting for the past
month Mrs. McDougald's mother and
sister, Mrs. Martha Williams and Miss
Josephine Williams. Little Miss Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy McDougald will remain in Ocala
with her grandmother until school
closes.

W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf.
Yesterday the Daughters of the
Confederacy served the Rotarians
their regular weekly dinner at the
Masonic hall. The dinner consisted of
three courses which were elegantly
prepared and served. The table was
daintily decorated with dogwood and
yellow jessamine. About twenty-five
of the Rotarians were present and as

usual the occasion was a thoroughly
enjoyable one.
FREE MOTOR INFORMATION

Mr. L. B. Bennett, lubricating engi engineer
neer engineer of the Texas Company, will be at
cur filling station on Monday, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Wednesday, March 29, 30 and
31, to give free information as to the
proper lubrication of your motor re regardless
gardless regardless of the make of your car.
AUTO SALES CO.,
25-Gt Mack Taylor.
NOTICE

(Contributed)
Spring's arrival had not been a sub subject
ject subject of much thought until Thursday
afternoon when we rambled up Fort
King and looked over the display of
open work shirtwaits.
Seemingly the hardest thing for
some folks to do is to think up a legi legitimate
timate legitimate excuse for not going to church.
When you want a person to think
well of you, agree with them.
Sometimes the baby son is taken
out for an airing, and at other times
the little heir is carried out for a sun sunning.
ning. sunning. Take an interest in your business,
young man. That's what bankers do.
All Marion county needs is to let
people take a good peep at her, and
the spell she puts over one is vamping
to its fullest.
To date no one has been hurt by the
"crash" of falling prices.

When we were a little younger than

we are now, we used to hear an old

lady whose favorite gem of homely

philosophy was: "It is better to be
ready and not go, than to go and not

be ready." We often smiled over that

piouant utterance, but the longer we

live the more do we recognize its ex
needing wisdom.

Love is of man's life a thing apat.

It is woman's whole existence.

After a man has had a wife about

ten years, he begins to wonder what
in the world he was smoking when he

imagined that he needed one.
.
The reason a woman with five chil children
dren children never has nervous prostration, is
because she is too busy to think about
it.
No married man can explain why
he is afraid of his wife. He just knows
he is afraid.
Love is something that will make a
pretty girl imagine that some red red-ncsed,
ncsed, red-ncsed, lantern-jawed mutt is the light
of her life. Also, if it ever grows
cold it is never worth a darn.
When a man begins to think more
about comfort than pleasure, it is a
sure sign he is getting old.
Some folks are such tightwads, they
are not even extravagant in their as assertions.
sertions. assertions. The average man doesn't know the
difference between right and wrong,
until he finds out which "pays" best.
We know one lady that gave her
husband an elegant bath robe for
Christmas and yesterday she remark remarked
ed remarked something about unappreciative
men, and said "he" hadn't taken a
bath yet.
Some girls think if they can't kick
as- high as they can sing, there isn't
much of a future in musical comedy.

Little Dan Cupid says the girls and
widows of Ocala are certainly assert

ing their leap year privileges. His
bookings to date run high in two
figures for the Easter-tide, and be before
fore before the season closes will in all prob probability
ability probability run dangerous near the three
figure mark.
Travelers tell us that anywhere they
stop in Florida they, hear something
favorable about Ocala and Marion
county. That fact is due to the good
advertising the Board of Trade has

done during the past year.

Special sale beginning Monday. A
sixty-cent jar Coco Butter Cold

Cream and a fifty-cent box Charmona

ace Powder, both for 63 cents at
Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf

He-

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'to. .-'to.

Bo IF. CflMBdDK

Distributor for
OVERLAND AND WILLYS-KNIGHT AUTOS
Full line Goodyear and United State Tires
EXIOE STORAGE BATTERIES
GAS, OILS AND GREASE
Phone 129 Ocala, Fla.

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HUNTER'S AUTO EXCHANGE

GIVE IT A TOUCH
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. Most of the
good-looking cars you see are
ur, work.

1

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 fer fer-vice
vice fer-vice 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
J. W. HUNTER
AaqIq SOUTH MAGNOLIA STREET Er?lrt??ic
UCdld OLD METROPOLITAN THEATER T IU1 lUcl

THE WILLIAMS JUBILEE SIGNRIRS
ol Chicago
Will again appear in Ocala and give our citizens an opportunity to hear

their excellent singing on

BUY YOUR

Fishing Tackle

AT

JAKE'S
OCALA :: FLORIDA

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WEDNESDAY EVENING MAR. 31

IT. MORI AH BAPTIST CHURC

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,
50c. and 75c; children 25cn
Doors open 8 p. m. Program starts 8:30.
TICKETS ON SALE AT COURT PHARMACY
Doors Open 8 P. M. Program Starts 8: 30

CAST IRON COLUMNS
VENTILATOR REGISTERS
ANCHORS AND BOLTS

I BEAMS
TRUSS RODS
BALCONIES
ANGLES
CHANNELS

L. SMITH

Office 39 Barnett Bldg.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA

FIRE ESCAPES P. O. BOX 1332

JOIST HANGERS
PIPE RAILINGS
Very prompt quotations

STAIR RAILINGS
CIRCULAR STAIRS
HOISTING ENGINES
COAL CHUTES
SIDEWALK LIGHTS
WIRE GUARDS & GRILLS
WINDOW GUARDS
SAFETY TREADS
MARQUIS
ROLLING DOORS
CASTINGS, ALL KINDS
Very prompt shipments

tt-wrm

The annual meeting of the stock stock-hlcrs
hlcrs stock-hlcrs of the Ocala Athletic Asso Asso-rstion
rstion Asso-rstion will be held April 6th, 1920, at
p. m., in room No. 9, Merchants
ock, Ocala, Fla.. for the purpose of
cttir.r,- officers and directors and
i.n sac tin;.: such other business as
ay cr.rne hsfore the meeting.
Geo. K. Robinson, Secretary.
C. W. Hunter, President.
Lse the Star's Unclassified Column.

HE Bank, and its depositors, co-operating can
bring about gratifying results in the favor of more

business.
We invite you to do your banking with us, and let

us work together in developing our city, county and state. B

Resources more than Sl.000,000.00

The Ocala National Bank



OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920

AUCTION LUNCHEON

Today at one o'clock Miss Adela Ax
was the winsome hostess at a beauti beautifully
fully beautifully appointed auction luncheon, hon honoring
oring honoring her maid of honor aud brides bridesmaids.
maids. bridesmaids. In the spacious living room of the
Ax home two card .tables were placed
and the guests found their places by
unique place cards appropriately de designed
signed designed of orange blossoms which were
held by majolica holders of an elab elaborate
orate elaborate Persian design. Placed on the
handsome table covers were two silver
baskets filled with sunset roses and
maiden hair fern. A most appetizing
four-course luncheon was served, the
color motif of white and green being
artistically carried out, after which
the ever fascinating game o fauction
was enjoyed for several hours.
To the two high scorers were given
baskets, one of purple filled with quan quantities
tities quantities of violets, and the other a very
pretty green one containing candied
fruits. Both baskets were prettily
decorated with tulle of the two colors.
Miss Ax was assisted by her aunt,
Miss Daisy Keidel, at this party,
which was one of the most enjoyable
entertainments given this season.

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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. (Easter Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:15 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:C5 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
2:15 am Manatee- 3:35 pm
St. Petersburg
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:25 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 JHcsonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am JTcsonville-G'nesvile 10:13 pm
3:18 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
:25 am Dun'ellon-L'kelnd 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 1 1:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.

KEPT HER AWAKE
The Terrible Pains ia Back and
Sides. Cardui Gave Relief.

Marksville, La. Mrs. Alice Johnson,
of this place, writes: "For one year 1
suffered with an awful misery in my back
and sides. My left side was hurting me
all the time. The misery was something
awful.
I could not do anything, not even sleep
at night. It kept me awake most of the
night ... 1 took different medicines, but
nothing did me any good or relieved me
until I took Cardui .
I was not able to do any of my work
for one year and I got worse all the time,
was confined to my bed off and on. I got
so bad with my back that when I stooped
down 1 was not able to straighten up
again ... 1 decided 1 would try Cardui
... By time 1 had taken the entire bottle
I was feeling pretty good and could
straighten up and my pains were nearly
all gone.
I shall always praise Cardui. I con continued
tinued continued taking it until I was strong and
well." If you suffer from pains due to
female complaints, Cardui may be just
what you need. Thousands of women
who once suffered in this way now praise
Cardui for their present good health.
Give it a trial. NO 133

Ocala, Fia., March Z, lSl'0.
Notice is hereby given that on Tues

day, April 12th. 1920, there will be held

m the roiiowing special tax school dis

tricts, election. for the purpose of de

termining who snail be trustees of said
districts for the ensuing term or two
years and also to determine the rate of
taxation for school purposes that shall
b? a.-:e.-ed and collected for the ensu ensuing
ing ensuing two year.-, in -each of .-aid districts.
The following duly qualified electors
are named as inspectors and clerks for
said districts and if it be impracticable
or impossible for either of these to
.-erve he requested to secure a suit suitable
able suitable arid lei?al person to take his lace
Ocala UlMtrlet No. 1
Isaac Stevens, J. T. Lancaster, H. O.
I'ackham, inspectors; F. W Ditto,
clerk.
MeintOMh DUtrlet -No. 2
J. K. Christian. D. II. Petty, W. R.
Dedman, inspectors; T. L. Hickman,
clerk.
Itelletiet DUtrlet .No. 3
J. A. Freeman, Dr. Tanner, 1. L. Hop Hopkins,
kins, Hopkins, inspectors; D. C. Stanley, clerk.
Fantvllle DUtrlet No. 4
K B. Pant, J. B. George. P. J. Messer.
inspectors; AL R. Oodwin, clerk.
Dunnellon District .No, 5
J. M. Barksdale. T. K. North, F. J.
Tit comb, inspectors; C. E. Hood, clerk.
ftetldlck Dlntrict No. 6
J. W. Wilson, C M. Cam. J. B. De-
vore, inspectors; S. K Fridy Jr., clerk.
Pine Level DUtrlet No. 7
J. T. Ross. E. W. W. Jordan, W. I
Brooks, inspectors; E. B. Turner, clerk.
MayvIUe District No. 8
V. B. Coggins. vS. S. Kinght. George
Simpson, inspectors; A. B. Coggin3,
clerk.
Welrwdalt District No. 9
J. M. Douglas, Ernest Eytle, E. C.
Albertson, inspectors; W. C Black,
clerk.
Cltra District No. 10
W. J. Crosby, D. T. Sherouse, R. b.
Shortrldge, inspectors; C. W. Driver,
cderk.
(irluer Farm DUtrlet No. 11
J. J. Luffman, E. E. Perkins, Buford
leitner, inspectors; H. I Griggs, clerk.
lluik Fond.-DUtrlet No. 12

T. P. Morgan. W. D. Young. J. D.
Wiggins, inspectors; T. E. Hutchins,
Sporr District No. 13
E. Clemmons, J. I. Taylor, J. W. Col Colbert,
bert, Colbert, inspectors; J. X. Simmons, clerk.
Candler, District No. 14
Dr. A. Belcher. J. N. Marshall. C. W.
Quick, inspectors; A. McClain, clerk.
Fellowship DlMtrict No. 15
V. P. Potts, S. D. Atkinson, G. W.
Mills, inspectors; J. B. Hudgens,
clerk.
Elect ra District No. 16
G. V. Brant. J. JVI. Mock, M. Dippin Dippin-cott,
cott, Dippin-cott, inspectors; J. C. Pillans, clerk.
Itlltchton District No. 17

Landis Blitch, O. H. Sanders, J. W.
Coulter, inspectors; B. C. Blitch, clerk.
Martel District No. 18
B. I. Freymouth, D. A. Walker, J. I
Miller, inspectors; A. Cuthill, clerk.
Fort King District No. 19
W. J. Young, J. E. Baxter, F. C. Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, inspectors; C. G. Parker, clerk.
Capulet District No. 20
E. F. Brooklyn, W. R. Green. T. M.
Hampton, inspectors; C. E. Fogelstrom,
clerk.
1,1 n ad ale District No. 21
C. A. McCraney, Mitchell Rigdon, I.
B. Roberts, inspectors; F. 1. McCraney,
clerk
Cotton Plant District No. 22
J D. Williams, A. W. Woodward,
Eeroy Williams, inspectors; Newcomb
Barco, clerk.
Orange Lake District No. 23
J. B. Burry, C. E. Cork, W. B. Brab Brabham,
ham, Brabham, Inspectors; J. C. White, clerk.
Oak Hill District No. 24
II. W. Nettles, J. D. Fant. J. H. Mc Mc-Ewen,
Ewen, Mc-Ewen, inspectors; Roy Nettles, clerk.
Moss IllufT District No. 25
J P. Davis, E. Im Martin, A. H. Mead Meadows,
ows, Meadows, inspectors; A. W. Fort, clerk.
Fairfield District No. 26
II. II. Scott, J. A. Jones, A. W.
Yongue, inspectors; D. B. Mathews,
clerk.
Cottage Hill.-District No. 27
A. S. Pickett, L. D. Beck, inspectors;
H. Im Shearer, clerk.
Charter Oak District No. 28
T. W. Barnett, W. J. Pratt, W. J.
Wright, inspectors; J. A. Scroggie,
clerk.
Pedro District No. 2ft
H. P. Oliver, R. J. Perry, R. L.
Lewis, inspectors; Walter Nichols,
clerk
Kendrlck District No. 30
E. C. McLeod, W. B. Livngston, Z.
Graham, inspectors; B. C. Webb, clerk.
Ocklawaha District No. 31
C. E. Connor, W. E. McGahagin, D. E.
Driggers, inspectors; J. T. Lewis, clerk.
Ileldtrille District No. 32
C. L. Strickland, P. H. Miller, Geo. M.
Dorr, inspectors; J. T. Townsend, clerk.
Pleasant Hill District No. 33
Willard Blitch. Elbert Mills, R. D.
Mills, inspectors; L. D. Curry, clerk.
"Fort McCoy District No. 34
J. W Stevens, H. B. Cameron, R. A.
Hogan, inspectors; A. O. Harper, clerk.
Anthony- District No. 35
II. A. Meadows, C. C. Priest, R. H.
Connell, inspectors; A. B. Moore, clerk.
Summerfleld District No. 86
C P. Davis, P. Wr. Collens. A. D. Mit Mitchell,
chell, Mitchell, inspectors; R. L. Clyhurn, clerk.
Homeland District No. 37
C. A. Carter, H. R. Roddenberry, E.
T. Parker, inspectors; J. P. Parker,
clerk.
Shlloh District No. 38
E. A. Smith, A. J. Wyche, W. T. Whlt Whlt-tington,
tington, Whlt-tington, inspectors; Willie Dreher,
clerk.
Lowell District No. 39
J. M. Neal. S. P. Rou. Wrilliam Shock Shock-ley,
ley, Shock-ley, inspectors; C. B. Howell, clerk.
Greenwood District No. 40
A. P. Monroe, Harmon Hall William
Fant, inspectors; W. L. Martin, clerk.
xBnrbank, District No. 41
W. C. Bogue, J. K. Priest O. E. Hill,
inspectors; H. I. Turner, clerk.
Also, patrons of all white schools and
the patrons of all colored schools not
within special tax school district ter territory
ritory territory are called upon to meet on this
date and make recommendation to the
board of public instruction of suitable
persons to be appointed supervisor of
each school to serve for the ensuing
four years.
It is ordered that this call for elec election
tion election shall be duly published in the
Ocala Banner and the Ocala Star in
each weekly edition from this date to
the time of holding the election and
also in the daily editions of said paters
once each week until said election.
Done by order of the Board of Public
Instruction.
W. L. COLBERT, Chairman.
W. D. CARN, Secretary. 3-13-d&wtf

LATEST LOCALS
Temperature this morning', 50; this
afternoon, 80.

Mayor Hemphill of Juliette was in
town yesterday.

Mr. L. W. Duval has purchased a
hendsome new Hupmobile.

The friends of Mrs. Blanche Allen
will regret to learn of her illness at
her home.
Mrs. II. F. Watt and little daughter,
Helen, are expected home Monday
from their visit to California.

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Massie are the
proud parents of a tine baby girl, born
this morning at the hospital.

The many friends of Mr. Robert Mc McKay
Kay McKay will be glad to learn that he 5s
convalescing after a week's illness.

senate for consideration, is reported lMMEIJFIELI) IS

to have been indorsed by nearly 300
municipalities and is also said to have
the approval of the city commission commissioners
ers commissioners of Newark, Patterson and Eliza Elizabeth.
beth. Elizabeth. New York state already pos possesses
sesses possesses a law ordering the clocks turn-

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(Continued from First Page)

( Tnis road goes by the commissioner's
home). i

Swine one will say, "How about the

ed ahead tomorrow, but strong efforts ,0i.ti from Belleview to Summer-! m

are being made to obtain its repeal. wid?" Buddie, we want to tell you
The Massachusetts house recently tj,at this road from Belleview to one!
passed the state-wide measure to third ,ije south of Summertield was built!

reading by a vote of 135 to 44 but the
attitude of the senate is said to be
problematical. The chamber of com-

o.i the one to three plan while Mr. M. I
M. Proctor was commissioner, as fol-!

;vs: Belleview paying $100, Sum-

merce of Providence, II. I., recently nu held 1000, residents along the j

Mr. John Long, the very efficient
superintendent of the Gainesville light
and power plant, is visiting his Ocala
friends.

Mrs. Edward S. King of Baltimore,
is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Chris Christian
tian Christian Ax. Mrs. King came to attend
the Anderson-Ax wedding.
Children's wash suits, rompers, all
sizes. Patterns to pick from, $1.25 to
?5. Let us show you. II. A. Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, the Haberdasher. 2G-4t

Mrs. A. W. Sessoms is here from
her father's home in Holmes county,
for a visit to her husband, our effic efficient
ient efficient county agent.

Yesterday Mrs. Winifred Dunklin,
Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Miller and Miss Mil Miller
ler Miller formed a merry automobile party
from Leesburg spending the day in
the city.

canvassed the Rhode Island legisla

ture where a state-wide bill is pend pending,
ing, pending, and announced it was strongly
lavored. While there will be no ses session
sion session of the Connecticut legislature
this year, the mayors of 18 cities at
a conference in New Haven urged the
adoption of local ordinances. Chica Chicago.
go. Chicago. Indianapolis, Minneapolis, St.
Paul, Louisville, St. Louis, San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Los Angeles, Oakland ami u
number of cities in Pennsylvania art art-said
said art-said to have deferred action.

i' i.d 12, Ocala and Sumter county
business people $3l0; total $1735, and
the county put up the balance. j

Mi R. L. Clybuin of Summerfield is
;i candidate for county commissioner.
It' elected, and if his heart is as big
ir. p.oportion as Mr. J. W. Davis is
ci tording to the size of the two men)
Summerfield might at least induce him
t keen the trees cut out of the roads
in its precinct.
We think your unjust, jealous crit crit-i
i crit-i had better stop and think it over

( ard see who is your friend and and
SEEDS! .-liquid one of your citizens be our
Ninety day and old fashion v elvet j r.c:-.t county commissioner, will he
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed p!ay the "big brother."
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf Summerfield Citizen.

Huy Your
WESTERN MEATS
of all kinds
FLORIDA BFEF, PORK,
POULTRY, ETC..
from
New York Market
W. Broadway
Phone 110

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L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates maGe on all Coo
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.

The Ocala high school boys lost the
game at Gainesville yesterday by a
score of 2 to 16. However, the boys
put up a game fight and expect to do
better next time.

Sixty-three cents buys the be:
Cold Cream and one of the best r'acr
Powders on the market. Special sale
price at Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf
Mrs. Ellis, the milliner, allowed us
to wear for a few minutes yesterday,
the classy hat which she made out of
twenty-five one dollar bills. Our head
was never before worth so much.

Mrs. E. A. Osborne has as her
guests at her home on Lake Weir ave avenue,
nue, avenue, Mrs. M. G. Wade of Jacksonville,
Mrs. J. J. Wade of Dunn, N. C, and
Mrs. D. W. McArthur of Montbrook.

Mr. L. S. Light, the farmer-statesman,
was in town today, and informed
the Star he would be a candidate
either for a seat in the house of rep representatives
resentatives representatives or on the state railroad
commission.

Mrs. W. W. Stripling, who has been
quite ill, continues to improve. She
bad a visit yesterday from her brother,
had a visit yesterday fro mher brother,
sister, Mrs. C. H. Campbell of De De-Land,,
Land,, De-Land,, is expected today.
The following were shoppers in
town today: Mrs. T. L. Steele, York;
Mrs. J. A. Stokes, Tampa; Mrs. A. D.
Proctor, Pedro; Mrs. F. E. Fant and
Miss Edna Hinton, Blitchton; Miss
Bertha Walker, Martel and Miss Mar Marion
ion Marion Buhl, Shady.
SAVING DAYLIGHT
IN MANY CITIES

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Gents' Furnishings
Are All New
DESIGNS
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At "Jake's"

New York, March 27. Daylight
saving will go into effect at 2 o'clock
tomorow morning in at least 33 Am American
erican American cities and towns, notwithstand notwithstanding
ing notwithstanding the repeal of the law by Congress
last summer over President Wilson's
veto, according to the National Day Daylight
light Daylight Association in a statement here
today. At that time clocks will be set
ahead one hour.
The cities and towns which have
adopted daylight saving ordinances
are as follows:
New York New York city, Buffalo,
Cohoes, Troy, Utica, Syracuse, Yonk Yonk-trs,
trs, Yonk-trs, Gloversville; New Jersey Cam Camden,
den, Camden, Plainfield. New Brunswick, Ho Ho-boken,
boken, Ho-boken, Jersey City; Massachusetts
Clinton, Lynn, Worcester, Marboro;
Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pitts Pitts-burg,
burg, Pitts-burg, Corry, Allentown, Harrisburg,
Easton; Connecticut Hartford, Put Put-ram;
ram; Put-ram; Maine Portland, South Port Portland;
land; Portland; New Hampshire Manchester;
Michigan Detroit, St. Joseph; Color Colorado
ado Colorado Denver; Ohio Columbus; Dela Delaware
ware Delaware Wilmington.
"We do not anticipate any confus confusion."
ion." confusion." said Marmus M. Marks, president
of the organization which has been
fighting for daylight saving. "The
time adopted by New York city, for
instance, will be automatically ob observed
served observed by all cities and towns within

: a radius of 50 miles or more of the
t ; metropolis. The same can be said of
H Philadelphia and Pittsburg. The New

J ; York Central, New York, New Haven
j & Hartford, Lackawanna, Reading,
g I Boston & Maine and Maine Central
j j railroads are preparing to operate
H ; their local trains so as to take care
jj : of the commuters in the territory af-
; fected. Cleveland last year operated
fj j on time an hour ahead of contiguous
if territory but there was no confusion
H there."
H The state-wide daylight saving bill,

recently passed by the New Jersey a3-

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First with the new styles
AT the start of each season men come to us
and ask, "What is' Society Brand show showing?"
ing?" showing?" When we display these new ideas, as
we are now doing, it is advance information of
correct spring styles.

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FOR YOUNG MEN AND MEN WHO STAY YOUNG
The high standard of workmanship is apparent
in every stitch of construction. Every garment
is tailored alike the difference in prices is
merely in the cloth and trimmings. The fabrics
are all-wool.
We will be open for business by Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, March 31st with a new and com complete
plete complete line of Men's Wear the best ever
seen in Ocala.

Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co.
Y. M. B. O. D.
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