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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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31
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCUS, J920.
Weather P'orecast: Fair south,
probably showers north portion to tonight
night tonight and Thursday.
VOL. 26, NO. 78
STAND BY
THE MEN
EW ERA IN
FIGHTTO
GEORGIA STANDS
BY WILSON
PLAIN STATEFHT
MISSISSIPPI
SOI ARRIVAL
WITH ULTIMATUM
OF POSIIIOf!

MOVED

IT WILL BE

ULI1ATUIVI MET

TRANSPDRTAT OH

-:7

Illustrated by the Motor Truck Cara- Suffragets Have Shifted Their Fight

van of the Jacksonville Auto I form Delaware to the Big

Dealers Association River State

The motor truck caravan of the
Jacksonville Automobile Dealers As Association
sociation Association arrived in Ocala yetserday
afternoon between 5 and 6 o'clock.
The trucks, ranging from xfa to 3
tons, were parked on the south side of
thf.fr-.quare, and last night were illum illuminated
inated illuminated with electric lights. This morn morning
ing morning at i) o'clock the trucks lined Up for
a parade, headed by the pickaninny
band which is accompanying the cara caravan,
van, caravan, and the parade was followed by
a brief speech from the band stand,
on the court house square, by Mr. C.
1. Graham, of Pittsburg, Pa.t on the
"Motorization of the Farm." Mr. Gra Graham
ham Graham was introduced by Mayor R. L.
Anderson, who welcomed the caravan
to the city.
Mr. Graham, in his talk, called at attention
tention attention to the dawn of a new day in
transportation. He stressed the fact
that the flow of population in recent
years to the cities had made us a na nation
tion nation of consumers, and that the prob

lem of the farmer today was one of
producing a greater amount of food
stuffs with less labor. The only way
it which the farmer can do this, Mr.
Graham stated, is through the motor motorizing
izing motorizing of the farm. In the matter of
hauling alone Mr. Graham referred
to the great economy in the use of the
motor, saying that the cost of hauling
by motor per ton mile is less than one one-hall
hall one-hall the cost of hauling by wagon.
The. motor truck, Mr. Graham, stated,
is six times more efficient than the
horse.
The committee from the Jackson

ville Automobile Dealers Association

accompanying ''the trucks on

(Associated Press
Jackson, Miss., March 31. Interest
in the woman suffrage fight shifted
from Delaware to Mississippi today
with Governor Russell appearing be before
fore before the house to urge that body to
concur in the senate action yesterday
in ratifying the Anthony amendment.
The suffragists are confident Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi will reserve previous rejection of
the amendment, but the antis point to
the former overwhelming defeat of
the measure by the house, which they
tay will not be overturned.
ALWAYS BUTTING IN
Democratic leaders, including Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Daniels, William J. Bryan and
Chairman Cummings today deluged
the legislators with telegrams urging
ratification in order that a democratic
legislature might cast the deciding
vote. A vote is expected late today.
EX-GOVERNOR WARFIELD
HAS PASSED OUT

White House Staff Working on Wood Wood-row's
row's Wood-row's Summer Home Two
Months Ahead

(Associated Press)
Woods Hole Mass., March 3L
Members of the White House staff are
here arranging for the arrival of the
president and his family about June
1st.

DASHING DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
AND PRETTY MARY PICKFORD

Have Formed a Team in Movies and
Matrimony

(Associated Press)
Baltimore, March 31. Edwin War War-field,
field, War-field, governor of Maryland from 1904
to 1908. died here today, aged 72. He
had been ill for three months.

METHODISTS WANT TO

CENSOR THE MOVIES

(Associated Press)
Knoxville, Tenn., March 31. The
Holston conference of the Methodist

their I cr;Urcn decided to present to the 'gen-

tour consisted of Conrad Mangels,
chairman; E. J. Estes, tour command commander;
er; commander; It. O. Riddle and W. J. Wynn. The
Times-Union is represented on the
ton rby Mr. George Guerry of the edi editorial
torial editorial staff.
The caravan was met yesterday aft-

riioon by a committee consisting of
the mayor and representatives of the

eral conference of the Methodist Epis

copal church, at DesMoines, in May,

a memorial for a Christian board of

censorship for moving pictures. All
Protestant churches are asked to cooperate.

HOME RULE BILL

ON ITS WAY

automobile dealers of Ocala, and the

secretary of the Board of Trade. As (Associated Press)

..n im t.hov reached Ocala some of London, March 31. The House of

the visitors made a trio to Silver Commons today passed to second

Springs. Others of the party went reading the Irtish home rule bill.

out to view this wonderful body of .wa

ter last night.
The caravan left Jacksonville Mon Monday
day Monday morning, and on the first day
covered 78 miles, over some of the
worst roads in the state. Yesterday

FOREST FIRES ARE

HARD TO FIGHT

(Associated Press)

Cumberland. Md., March 31. Tht

morning they left Gainesville at 9:30, Haystack, Polish and Knobley moun-

crming to Ocala by way of Archer and I tains are ablaze from forest fires

Williston. The trucks left Ocala which are difficult to fight on account

about 10 o'clock this morning for

Eelleview, Lake Weir and Leasburg,
expecting to reach Leesburg bv one

o'clock.

A number of those in the caravan
had never" been in Ocala before and
this is true of other towns along the
COO-mile route. So that in addition

to demonstrating the truck the tour
is also putting these Jacksonville bus business
iness business men in touch with other points

in the state. The tour is also calling
attention to the great need for more

md getter roads.
HAMBURG HAS WILTED

of the high winds.

( Associated Press)
Los Angeles, March 31 Mary Pick-

ford and Douglas Fairbanks have been
married, it became known here late
yesterday. They obtained a license
here last Saturday and the ceremony
was performed Sunday by the Rev. J.

Whitcomb Brougher, pastor of the

Temple Baptist church.

BATTLE AT DURRUS

POLICE BARRACKS

Sympathetic Strike of Workers in the
Norfolk and Western Rail Railway
way Railway Shops

(Associated Press)
Roanoke, March 31. Six thousand
organized workers in the Roanoke
shops of the Norfolk & Western rail railway
way railway were ordered to strike at noon
today in sympathy with the clerks who
walked out after the company refused
to discharge two non-union workecs
accused by celrks of insulting a wom woman
an woman employee.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED. LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Order of German Government to
Rebels to Disarm Met with Threat
to Renew Strike

(Associated Press)
Berlin, March 31. A report from
rebel military headquarters at Muen Muen-ster
ster Muen-ster says the government's ultimatum

to the insurgents to disarm has been

Empire State of the South is Not so
Fickle as Some of Her
Sisters

(Associated Press)
Atlanta, March 31. President Wil-

son s name has been nled witn tne

state democratic committee as a can

didate in the preisdential primaries.

disregarded generally. Attacks on the I The petition with 118 names was filed

by IL.nB. Taylor of Atlanta. The pres

ident, Robert Lansing and Senator

Reed have been asked if they desire

their names to go on the ballot. The

petition was filed without the presi-

cent's knowledge.

FIRST HANGING IN

HALF A CENTURY

(Associated Press)
Skibberreen, County Cork, Ireland,

March 31. Over one hundred armed
men attacked the police barracks at

Durrus with rifles and petrol bombs
last night. A portion of the building
was destroyed and two policemen

wcuned before the attack was repuls

ed.

EXCESSIVE RENTS ANNOY
PEOPLE OF OHIO

, ( Associated Press)
Columbus, Ohio, March 31. Gov Governor
ernor Governor Cox has called the' city solici solicitors
tors solicitors of the state and state attorney
general to meet him Thursday to con consider
sider consider the rental situation, as a result
of complaints of excessive rent in in-ci
ci in-ci eases over the state.

RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c. ;three times, 50c.; six times
75c.; one month $3. Payable in advance.

FOR SALE American Adding Ma Machine,
chine, Machine, listing model, in good condition.
Reasonable. B. Goldman. 316t

ENTIRE FAMILY KILLED

IN OKLAHOMA i man, Ocala, Fla.

FOR SALE CHEAP Four used U. S.
34x4 casings and tubes, practically as
good as new. Carroll Motors Co. 3t
FOR SALE One-ton worm drive
Ford truck, one Ford touring car, one
ice chest, one 6-foot, show case, one
brass store lamp. Address No. 7, W.
Fifth St.. Ocala. 30-3t
EUICK SIX FOR SALE A light
Buick six, five-passenger car. Apply
at Carroll Motors Co. 31-3t

northern part of the front are con continuing
tinuing continuing and reinforcements have been
brought up by the insurgents.
SOCIALIST ULTIMATUM
Berlin, March 31. Socialist leaders
have sent an ultimatum to the govern government,
ment, government, demanding immediate suspen suspension
sion suspension of military measures in the Ruhr
district under threat of renewing the
general strike. Three o'clock Thurs Thurs-oav
oav Thurs-oav is the time limit set.

FRANCE REFUSES
Paris, March 31. The German re

quest to be allowed to send troops to

the Ruhr district in the neutral zone

near the German border has been de

nied by France.

ATTACK RESUMED
The Hague, March 31. Rebellious

German workmen have -resumed the

attack on Wesel ,according to a dis

patch to the Niewe Courant. Rotter-

oam and Kamm, in Westphalia, and be hanged.

several other nlaces are reDorted to Another unusual feature of the case

have been plundered. A general strike is the fact that he would have escap

nas Deen prociaimea, lessen auvices

say, and is being carried out in full

force.

OTTOMAN UPHEAVAL

WANTED HIDES, ETC. Send me
your hides. I pay the following prices:
Green per lb., 20c.'; green salt. 22c;
dry flint. 35c; dry salt, 30c; goat
hide $1; horse hide, $4.50;. beeswax,
33c; tallow, 14c. These prices will
Drevail until farther notice. B. Gold-

31-tf

(Associated Press)
Elk City. Okla., March 31. Five
children and their mother, Mrs. Elmer
Covvart, were found dead with their
throats cut and heads crushed in the
tent in which they lived near here to today.
day. today. A bloody axe and razor were
nearby.

A State Board of Health story in
three words: Barefeet, grounditch,
hookworm. A sequel: examination,
treatment, health.

WANTED At once, boy from six sixteen
teen sixteen years up. Apply Williams News

Agency. 30-3t

FOR SALE Ford touring car. 1918

model; shock absorbers, goo tdires, in
good condition. Will sell right. Will

iam White. Oklawaha, Fla. 31-3t

VALUABLE PROPERTY AT BAR

GAIN Two residences in Ocaia,

close in, choice location, pay good in
terest on money, all modern improve

V 1

(Associated Press)
Washington, March 30. Hamburg
today may be described as an impos imposing
ing imposing monument to the dead glories of

the German merchant marine, accord according
ing according to Consul Francis R. Stewart,
vho was detailed by the American
commission in Berlin to investigate
conditions at the former premier Ger German
man German port for that body. A' report
from Mr. Stewart detailing the re re-suits
suits re-suits of his inquiry has just reached
the department of commerce.

"A short trip through the harbor
quickly discloses what a graveyard
the port has become 'the consul re reported.
ported. reported. "Tugs and lighters are tied
up here and there, apparently forgot forgotten.
ten. forgotten. One small cruiser rests, desert deserted,
ed, deserted, alongside a pier; electric cranes
are motionless on unused docks; float floating
ing floating elevators and docks are moored in
rows, probably in readiness for deliv

ery to the Allies.
"The giant Bismarck (56,000-ton
Hamburg-American liner) floats at a
fitting-out pier without a sign of life
on board and from a launch no new
work could be seen in any of the big
shipyards. Tied up to another pier
in the outer harbor is the former At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic record-holder, the steamship

Deutschland, relic of the war, paint painted
ed painted a deep black over all, with spot
of white showing here and there
where passing craft have scraped her
sides, a grim reminder of the glories

once held by the German merchant
fleets."
Regular service is being maintained
with Holland, England and North
America, and lines were about to
start service for Spain and South
America, but the "free port" is ap apparently
parently apparently dead, Mr. Steward reported.

Robert Stroud Insisted on One Trial

Too Many
Leavenworth, Kan., March 30.

Robert F. Stroud, of Juneau, Alaska,

will be the first man legally hanged in

Kansas in almost 50 years unless
President Wilson saved him by exer

cise of executive clemency.

The last legal hanging in this state

took place in 1870 and the death pen penalty
alty penalty was abolished in Kansas in 1907;

but Stroud was tried and convicted in
feedral courts for a murder commit committed
ted committed in the federal penitentiary here
and sentenced under federal law to

ed with life imprisonment if he had

not insisted upon a third trial which

resulted in a death sentence. If it is
carried out he will be the first man to
be executed in Leavenworth prison.

Stroud was serving a 12-year sen

tence in the penitentiary for the kill

ing of a man in Alaska in a quarrel
ft ft 1 Sk 4 S

ever a dance nan gin, wnen in lino

he attacked Andrew E. Turner, a pris

on guard, stabbed him to death with
a dagger which he had made from a

table knife, and carried in a concealed
Docket in his coat. Stroud asserted

FOR SALE Gasoline range (Detroit subseauentlv that Turner had called

vapor) as good as new. Reason for kjm a name.

Made to His Namesake Club in Cali California
fornia California by Herbert C.
"Hoover

(Associated Press)
San Francisco, March 31. The first
fiat declaration from Herbert Hoover
that he might under certain circum circumstances
stances circumstances accept a presidential nomina nomination
tion nomination was contained in a telegram sent
by Mr. Hoover yesterday to the Hoov Hoover
er Hoover republican crab -of" California, in
which he said he would ttccept the re republican
publican republican nomination "if it is felt, that
the issues necessitate it, and it -is de demanded
manded demanded of me."
Mr. Hoover in his telegram aligned
himself with those favoring the Unit-
ed States' entry into the league of na nations,
tions, nations, with reservations "safeguarding
American traditions and interests,"
and declared he digered just as strong strongly
ly strongly with the "extreme position taken
by the president on participation in
purely European affairs.
He declared he had refrained hith hitherto
erto hitherto from entering into partisan po political
litical political discussion pending clarification
of diverging views on the great new
issues, but that recent developments
in the treaty situation, "stagnation in
economic adjustments," 'and urgent
representations regarding the situa situation
tion situation in California had impelled him to
"confirm the action that my republi republican
can republican friends there have already taken
without consulting me."
NO JOY RIDE

Paris. March 31. Revolution has

broken out all over Turkey except in

Constantinople, Pester Lloyd of Buda

pest savs. according to a Basel dis-

pi.tch to the Fournier Agency here.

mer.ts, for sale at a

dress Box C09, city.

bargain.
29-Gt

Ad-

selling, am leaving the city. Apply

Mrs. H. Blackburn. 15 West Fifth

street. 31-6t

MULE FOR SALE One bay mule,

cheap for cash. Apply to William

Michael, Santos, Fla. 30-6t

tlllHilllllllltffltt

Sale

Easter Economy

Lisfl lay aftwiay9 April Sri

Every Spring Suit in the house
Reduced
Every Silk Dress in the house
Reduced

Extra Special : Just arrived this morning,
a beautiful line of

Easter Hats

FREE MOTOK INFORMATION

Smartly Trimmed Hats, no two alike
at the lowest price

And they are easily worth $10.00.

$5.95

For this killing Stroud had three

trials. In the first he was found

cruilty of murder and sentenced to

death, but the court of appeals re

manded the case on the ground that

the trial judge had failed to inform

the jury of its privilege of bringing1 in
n "ntmlified verdict" limiting his nun

FOR SALE Team Of yOUng isl.ment to life imprisonment. In the

mpHinm mules per second trial the jury availed itself of
medium size m u 1 e s. rer lhis ision and sentenced

feCtly SOUnd and gentle, price him for life. Stroud's lawyers felt

3DU. ILaSUaKe llive&lllieill nrinnpr, insistence th'e case

Co. EaStlake, Fla. 30-6t was again appealed, and at his third

tnal Stroud was once more found

guilty and sentenced to death. The

case was carried to the United States

supreme court, which affirmed the

sentence.

wantf. n r.nmfnrtfthle furnished Stroud has been aided by his moth

apartments for light housekeeping in er, Mrs. tnzabetn btroua, wno cam
jac;ku ,jfcKvrVirtvri Ar,rlv "W" from Alaska in an effort to save bis

Washington, March 31. A ride in
a motor hearse is no pleasure trip,
says Attorney David J. Nevin.here.
Nevin is arguing before the internal
revenue commissioner, asking that the
commissioner re-classify the motor
hearse as a truck instead of a pleas pleasure
ure pleasure vehicle and reduce the excise tax.
"We contend," says Nevin's brief,'
"that a body is not a person and that
it tan obtain no pleasure because cf
its means of transportation because it
is possessed of no mental faculties of
its own and cannot distate where it
shall go or how it shall be carried."
SEEDS!

WANTED Two expert automobile
mechanics. Ocala Motor Co. Phone

17. 3-29-3t

care Star.

3-27-6t

FOR SALE One nice Jersey cow.

Will be frens in about three or four

weeks. W. D. Cam. 27-6t

WANTED If you haye anything in
the line of furniutre, either new or
second hand, call on me. I pay high

est cash prices for same. B. Goldman,

Ocala, Fla. 9-tf

FOR SALE Florida Runner pea peanuts,
nuts, peanuts, well matured for seed; 12
cents per pound in, any quantity. An

thony Farms, Anthony, Fla. 24-tl

life. She appealed to President Wil Wilson
son Wilson to commute the death sentence.

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 Hoars 10 a, m. to 4 p. m. 16-12t

Use the Stair! Unclassified Column.

See Me ;
For All Classes Oi :
Stone, Brick, Wood, ;
and Concrete Z
Building :

j J. D. McCasMlf I

FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and se'l

second hand furniture. Experts put it

good condition before re-selling.

in

Repair sewing machines, lawn mow-

enamelware, etc J. W. Hunter,

era

1 310, 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

dress P. O. Box 424. Ocala, Fla. 25-tf

LOST Between Leesburg and Ocaia,

dark gray overcoat, gloves in pocket.

Name J. W. Shaw inside pocket, t md-

pr nlpflse communicate with J. W.

Shaw. Ouincv. Fla.. or office of this

WW

newspaper. -oi

WANTED To rent furnished apart-

n ent or house. Permanent. Best of

references. Address. Box 429. 3-27-6t

FOR SALE Lot on West Broadway

mm r-r

near lair grounas, aoo leet square.

four-room house; cash price $300. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Randolph Moore, Evinston,

Fla. 25-6t'

SUMMERFIELD

Summerfield, March 30. Mrs. J. J.
Nelson accompanied by Mrs. Walter
Nelson, both of Belleview, were shop

pers here Thursday.

Mrs. A. H. Carens of Toledo, Ohio,

is the guest of Mrs. Edward Rush at
Do-Drop-In Farm.

Mr. C. P. Davis has recently pur

chased a new Stedebaker automobile.

Mrs. Henry Hearn and little daugh

ter of Toledo, Ohio, are guests at the

Collens home this week.

Miss Monica Branch spent several

days last week in Oxford visiting with

Miss Loula OTJell.

Mr. F. S. Ledbetter left Saturday to

spend the week-end with his family
in Kissimmee.

Mr. Clinton Ricker of Sparr, spent
Sunday here visiting friends.
Word has been received here that
Mr. John Degenhard, who left here
sevearl months ago for various health
resorts, has improsed so much that he

states he is now able to be up and at attending
tending attending to his business. He is now

located at Oldsmar.

Mr. and Mrs. C. r. Davis accom

panied by Misses Blanche Moody,
Monica Branch and Hazel Seymour,

attended the movies in Ocala Monday

right.

'Mr. Jim Pyles is a regular Tuesday

visitor in our city and we are always

glad to see his smiling countenance.

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.

FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT

Two rooms, suitable for light house

keeping and with all modern improve improvements.
ments. improvements. Apply to C. Y. Miller, 124 S.
Tenth street. 3-24-tf

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 barsrain on Fort

Kine avenue just opposite Dr. C. B

Ayers residence. Jack Thomson. 12t

aiirntinitiiimm

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
snrine. 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
146. 2-m

Contractor
Phone 446. 728 Weaona

St.

W O O HH
OAK and. PINE
Cut to Any Length
PROMPT DELIVERY
GILES WOOD YARD
PHONE 112

H I ill HIIH

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

Arrival and Departure of
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIB LINE RAILROAD

Arrive

Leave
2:15 am
1:55 pm
4:05 pm

Jacksonvflle-NTTork 2:10 am

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 smaller
grade sows soon to have pigs at $40
each. Parker Painter, Broadacres,
hxt miles north of Ocala on the West
Anthony road. 24-6t

2:15 am
2:15 am

1:50 pm

FOR SALE Two Jersey cows, one
extra fine, giving three gallons per
clay; other to be fresh in few days. C
A. Holloway. 715 Lime St. Ocala. 19-tf

Fresh country eggs 35 cents a

I dozen while they last, at H. B. Whit-
I . m W rtA

FOR SALE One eight-year-old mare tington's. Phone 377.

2t

Jacksonville 1 :30 pm

Jacksonville 4:25 pm
Tampa-
Tampa 2:15 am
Manatee- 8:S5pm
St. Petersburg
Tarn pa-Manatee 1 :S5 pm

4:25 pm Tampa-St. Ptersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
ijmvm Arrive

2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork S :15 am
1:45pm J'ksonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm'
6t42 am JTcsonville-Cnesvile 10:13 pm

3:18 am St-Pet'sbrg-i-aiceiancl zrizam
3:35 pm StJet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm-

7:10 am iJunneuon-wucox
:25 am Dun'ellon-L'kelnd 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pis.
10:13 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville ? 1:50 am
Monday. Wednesday. Friday.

Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.



OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1920

OCALA EYEOIH STAB

Puh!lhed Ercrr Day Rcpt Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OF OCALA, FLA.

deiiey? Doesn't this country need a
good and efficient rnan for president
far more than any man needs the of

fice? Hasn't Hooser proved he is good
and efficient? He can make more

money and have an easier time in the

we any evidence that the council isn't
acting for what it believes to be the
public good. But it can't be denied
that the city is very shabby and taxes
are approaching the breaking-down

point for many men. Our columns are

DR. HULLY DEFENDED j NOTICE TO MEMBERS -The
Gainesville News, the other i 4 OF WOMAN'S CLUB

day. contained a Cedar Key dispatch, j
announcing that Dr. Hully had taken :

II. It. Carroll, President

P. V. Leaven;od, Secretary- ireaiurer
J. II. Ilenjamln, Editor
Entered at Ocala,- Fla.. postoffice as
second-class matter.
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next eight years in his profession than open to all who wish to discuss jpirbhc
in the thankless office of president of ; affairs provided they discuss them m
the United States. I moderate language and sign -their
; names to what they write.

OCALA IS APATHETIC
! Ocala Star, noticing the county di-
Ocala is apathetic about its public j vision projects now reappearing, de-

affairs. It is hustling and booming 1 Glares that there are already counties

Members of the Woman's Club are
itoiested to send their nominating
t allots to the committee at once. They
must be counted not later than Friday
afternoon. Mrs. G. V. Martin,
Chmn. Nominating Committee.

with private business, but everybody's

business seems to be very near no nobody's
body's nobody's business, judging by the
amount of interest taken.

We will soon have a school district

mpmiikh associated I'KEss election, to elect district trustees and

The Associated Tress is exclusively decide on the millage for the next two
entitled for the use for republication of vpar This is a vprv imnortant mat mat-all
all mat-all news dispatches credited to It or ears- inis is a very important mai

ter. un it denenus iar$?eiy me num-

also the local news published herein, k. nn, ..noiifit; f h tinhfm

All rights of republication of special ""-

not otherwise credited In this paper and

also tne local news puDiisned Here
All rights of republication of spec
dispatches herein are also reserved.

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One year, in advance 6.00
Six months, In advance 3.00
Three months. In advance 1.50
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ADVERTISING HATES

Dlnplay Plate 15 cents per Inch fori

our scnoois snail nave next term, anu
whether our schoolhouses shall receive
needed repairs or not. But it is a safe
bet that not one citizen in five knows
the date of the election.
On the 20th day of April, the voters

of the city with those of the rest of

enough in Florida, and probably s
right. Times-Union.
The Star's idea of a proper-sized
county is one in which the county seat
can be reached, necessary business
transacted and the return home made
in a day with daylight to spare. It
should also have enough people and
improved property in it to support its
schools, roads and other public in

stitutions. There are three pr four
counties in South Florida that might
be divided in time, but not any more.

SEEDS
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf

advantage of his standing as a college college-president
president college-president to talk politics in the Cedar
Key school. In reply to this, the prin principal
cipal principal of the school wrote to the Nev
as follows:
"Editor Gainesville News: I note in
your paper of the 2Gth the things said j
about Dr. Lincoln Hully while he was
in the town of Cedar Key. The writer

of this epic starts off by saying: 'The
Rev. Doctor Lincoln Hully, candidate j
for governor, spoke to comparatively

a small audience here last night in the j
moving picture show.' Now in this, j The annual meeting of the stock stock-the
the stock-the writer erred, inasmuch as the J holders of the- Ocala Athletic Asso Asso-Star
Star Asso-Star theater was filled, and there were elation will be held April 6th, 1920, at

a few people standing. The writer 2 p. m., in room No. 9, Merchants'

goes on to say that Dr. Hully betook block, Ocala, Fla., for the purpose of
himself out to the high school unin-; electing officers and directors and
vited, and took up something over an I transacting such other business as
hour and a half of valuable time of i iay come before the meeting.

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NOTICE

PYLES & PERKINS GO,
(Successors to E. C. Jordan & Co.)
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Calls Answered Promptly, Day or Night
Motor Equipment

117 East Oklawaha Avenue

PHONE 553

RESIDENCE PHONE 225

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Frederick Van Roy, of Crystal
River, is a candidate for the house of
representatives from Citrus county in

the county will cast their ballots for the democratic primary of June 8. Mr.

consecutive Insertions. Alternate Inser- or against the issue of over half a Van Roy is a progressive, intelligent

tioSha les?ftan "illion dol!ars WOrth f b?S for and energetic citizen and will be an

six times 5 cents per inch. Special better roads, a great aeai uepenus rumor io ine peopie who win senu mm

Rates Ma oWtinn Tf thp hnnrls are vot- to Tallahassee. Tanrna Tribune.

Mr. Van Roy is not only a popular

position 20 per cent additional. Rates nri Wt ion
Hoaari nn A-nnU mlnlm.,m T lk.. Oil tniS eieCHOII.

four Inches will take higher rate, ed, Marion will take her place among
t!on?h WlU be furnIshed ,pon aPPca- the progressive counties of the state.
- Itoadl.ic Notice 5 cents per line for I bonds are rejected. Marion will
first insertion; 3 cents per line for each thereby announce her intention to be
IfYlfi as conservative as Chessahowitzka
"composition charges, swamp. In spite of the vital lmpor-
Legal advertisements at legal rates. tapce of this issue it is being treat-
. announcement of rates ed with comparative indifference, and
for campaign advertising 0n election day from fifty to a hun hun-For
For hun-For the comine dmnti, nrmrv dred citizens -probably enough to de-

campalgn the following rates will belcide the result will not vote unless
edr4nty nn""06"16"13' "0t l they are hunted up by their friends

Weekly Star For member of legls- and hauled to the polls.

tature, member or school board, mem- rn nth nf Mnv wp will have a
tr nf hr.apfi rf nntv xvmmiini.. Un tne litn oi xviay we win nave

county urveyor, registration officer! I bond election, to decide whether or

rSbe're.ntailx3UeSi!feec.0otr.t?aCxPae,55r; ? sh?" invest ?50'000 J rfePairA'
county judge, county superintendent of ing or trying to repair our streets. A
poblic Instruction, and all state offices, very important subject and one that

Evening Star (One Insertion a the people should consider closely. The
week)-Same rates as Weekly Star. matter is in debate, as to whether the

nuuuuuuciiieiiia uuuer linn raits a.re iu nr.n M1 i
run from date of insertion until date of $50,000 Will be a benefit or pour an an-primary
primary an-primary election.. other $50,000 into the already yawn-

at the regular commercial rates. mg chasm of our public debt. Yet

the people seem to care so little about

the matter that the average voter

man in Citrus but is well known and

much liked in Marion.

SENATOR FLETCHER'S

DATES TO SPEAK

He Will be in Ocala Friday Evening,

April Second
Following are the" dates of Senator

Fletcher to speak in this territory:

Brooksville, this evening.
Floral City, Thursday.
Inverness, Thursday afternoon.
Dunnellon, Thursday night.
Ocala, Friday evening.
IRVINE

the children, etc. As to this, I know :
that Dr. Hully did go out to the high

school and further, that the majority
of the patrons of the school feel that
the school was highly favored by hav having:
ing: having: Dr. Hully's visit. Leaving; all

politics aside, the people here gener generally
ally generally do not believe Dr. Hully the kind

of man that would abuse his priv privileges.
ileges. privileges. Those that heard Dr. Hully
here seemed to enjoy his talk. I do
not know, however, that he made any
votes. What I would like to have
your readers know is that the citizens
of Cedar Key realize Dr. Hully's
worth as an educator, and are not as
a whole stirred up over the fact that
he visited and spoke in our school."

Ceo. K. Robinson, Secretary.
C. W. Hunter, President.
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 Cth, 1920

Tractor is wanted with the following

specifications: 4-cylinder en bloc, re

movable cylinder head engine, 22 H.

P. thermo-syphom cooling.

The board reserves right to reject

anv and all bids.
This March 23rd, 1920.
(Ceal) P. H. Nugent,
24-2t-wed Clerk of Said Board.

THE WILLIAMS JUBILEE SINGERS
of Chicago

Will again appear in Ocala and ijive our citizens an opportunity to hear

their excellent singing on
WEDNESDAY EVENING MAR. 31
MT. MORI A H BAPTIST CHURCH
Ample seating capacity will be reserved fr white people. I)ont miss
this opportunity to hear one of the best troupes on the road. Admission,
50c. and 75c; children 25c,
Doors open 8 p. in. Program start h 8:30.
TICKETS ON SALE AT COURT PHARMACY
Doors Open 8 P. M. Program Starts 8: 30

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

St. Augustine has a population of
C192; an increase of 698 in ten years.

In counties where more than one
representative are sent to the legisla legisla-tuer,
tuer, legisla-tuer, the candidates are lined up in
groups. It begins to look like Mar Mar-ior
ior Mar-ior wiir have only one group.

I Democrats understand, of course,
that those counties where no demo democrat
crat democrat will be a candidate for the legis legislature
lature legislature will be represented at Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee next year by independents or
republicans.

The Sinn Fein puts no battalions in
the field, no battleships on the sea, but

when it comes to assassination of un

suspecting and helpless men

the cult of old man Hassan Ben Sab Sab-bah
bah Sab-bah beaten to a frazzle.

does not know when the election will

take place ,and even fewer know the

plan for disposing of the money if

the bonds are voted.

We often hear the council criticised

for doing this or not doing that. It

is seldom that a citizen of Ocala ever

attends a council meeting unless

something regarding his private in

terests is involved. They wail about
their constantly increasing taxes and

yet do nothing to keep them down.

We have heard some adverse com comment
ment comment on the council recently in, regard

to the new unit at the light and power
plant, concerning the gas company
and the new plan for paving the

streets. We have not the technical

, knowledge necessary to pass judg
it nasi ii 11 i

ment on these matters; neither have

President Wilson will spend the
summer at Wood's Hole Mass., where

the "summer white house" will be es

tablished on the estate of Charles R.I

Crane, the Chicago business man re recently
cently recently appointed minister to China.

A wicked exchange says that if
women don't show any more discrim

ination in picking candidates than
they do in picking, husbands, we I

needn't look for much reform 'in pub public
lic public affairs after they are given the ballot.

LIFE

Irvine, March 29. Dr. and Mrs. J.

L. Davis spent several days in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville last week, attending to busi

ness.

Dr. and Mrs. Zoll of Mcintosh were

Tuesady visitors.

Mr. Sherouse and sister of Knox-

ville, Tenn., arrived Friday to spend
awhile with their parents, Mr. and

Mrs. Sherouse.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wart of

Fairfield were seen in our burg Sat

urday afternoon.

Mr. J. A. Triplett spent Sunday in

Ocala.

Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis, Mrs. Sue

Mclver and Miss Mamie Fant and

r-Miss Eloise Geiger of Micanopy and

Messrs. Harry Bryan and Charlie

Smith of Hawthorne, spent a most

delightful day Sunday at Lake Weir.

Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Edwards motor

ed to Ocala Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rush of Mcintosh,

were Monday callers.

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W. M." Pepper, publisher of the
Gainesville Sun, will be a candidate
for representative from Alachua
county. Mr. Pepper is a progressive
man of high intelligence and great
public spirit. The Star hopes he Will
be elected.

Some of the South 's northern crit critics
ics critics would be surprised to know that
Ocaip.'s biggest new building is being
erected by a negro contractor from
plans drawn by a negro architect, and
that the southern men who are having
the work done consider it very good.
' What an unreasonable request that,
made by General Leonard Wood, that

only a really and truly farmer should
be secretary' of agriculture! Tampa
Tribune.
It would also be unreasonable for
him to demand that the secretary of
war should be a soldier and the. secre secretary
tary secretary of the navy a sailor.
Wilson has been criticised for ,his
frequent cabinet removals, but his history
tory history proves that he will have to re remove
move remove nine more cabinet members be before
fore before he equals the record of Roose RooseveltSt.
veltSt. RooseveltSt. Petersburg Times.
Mr.. Roosevelt never removed any
cabinet, member and Mr. v Wilson re removed
moved removed only one The. others resigned.
The Germans "claim that they have
not arms for their -own people, but
they evidently have them to sell. At
Guaymas, Mexico, the other day, the
German steamship Vorwaerts was
seized and its cargo confiscated by the
Mexican government, as a result of
documentary proofs that the vessel
carried a heavy shipment of arms and
ammunition to the rebel chiefs in the
state of Sonora.

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Almost every day we have litera literature
ture literature from the federal vocational board
, asking us to spread the glad tidings
of the good work it is doing for sick
or crippled ex-service men. But here
comes the American Legion Weekly
and says that a number of the boys
are being treated like paupers or ex ex-convicts.
convicts. ex-convicts. America is rapidly adding
proof to the old saying thatre publics
are "ungrateful. .
Hoover, having found out at last
that he was not going to be hoisted on
the shoulders of both parties and car carried
ried carried triumphantly into office, has ,now
. gone back where he belongs, to the
republican ranks. Tampa Tribune.
. Friend Trib. did ;it ever occur to
, you that Hoover has been entirely sin sin-'.cere
'.cere sin-'.cere in saying he wasnt a candidate,
lid that he doesn't care for the presi-

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WE BUY
Chickens and Eggs, Potatoes,
Onions, Corn and in fact any anything
thing anything the farmer may have for
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WE PAY CASH for every everything
thing everything we buy and demand cash
for everything sve sell. Come
on and let's do business.
OCALA EXCHANGE
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Reward for arrest and
conviction of party or
parties desecrating tomb tombstones
stones tombstones in Jewish Ceme Cemetery.
tery. Cemetery. I
Jake Broun.

Charter Oak, March 30. Mr. C. E.

Lucius of Leesburg spent the week weekend
end weekend visiting: home folks here last

week.

Misses Vesta and Thelma Scroggie

and Susie McDermitt were dinner

guests of Misses Alma Nichols and

Alice Dennison of Peedro Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brantley of
Okeechobee, are visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brantley for a few

weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. Clark and" Mr. and
Mrs. A. White, accompanied by Mr.

White's sister of Chicago, have been
guests of the Lucius family for the
past two weeks.
There will be an ice cream supper
at the Charter Oak school house
Thursday night week, April 8th. Eve Everybody
rybody Everybody is invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harelson of
Summerfield, visited in our town last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Scroggie spent
the day with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rem Remington
ington Remington Sunday.
Mr. Clarence Lucius of Leesburg,
was a pleasant caller on Miss Nannie
Redding Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nichols and

family of Pedro were guests of Mr.i

and Mrs. Fred Smith Sunday last.
Mr. Lamar Winegard was a busi business
ness business visitor in Ocala Saturday.
Miss Esther Norris spent the day
with Miss Nannie Redding Monday.
We were very sorry to hear of the
death of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart's baby
and sympathize with them very much.
There will be B. Y. P. U. at the
Charter Oak church Sunday. Every Everybody
body Everybody invited to attend.
Misse Helen and Delia Brantley of
South Florida are visiting friends
here this week. t
Mr. Theodore Nichols and two sis sisters
ters sisters of Pedro attended church here
Sunday night.
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the Texas Company will he at our filling station
on Nortli 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 nextweek 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 OH, Extra 4.50
Compare these prices with those you are
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service that is yours.
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Winter visitors to other sections of
Fiorida 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.

"6; League" Baseball Games
Good Plays; Other Diversions
There is much of interest in Jacksonville.
Some of the many forms of diversion found h-ie
will appeal to every taste.
- Fine theaters offer the latest and best in spoken
plays, vaudeville and moving pictures.
The New York "Yankees" and Brooklyn "Dod "Dodders,"
ders," "Dodders," both in training at Jacksonville, will play on
March 13th, 18th, 20th, 23rd, 25th and 27th and
April 1st and 3rd.
Four bi 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."
For Information a boat &eoonodAtJon apply
to th Tourist DiTisioa. Chamber of Commrca
For copy of book. "Jaekaonrtll Aziz," sen4
your preaaat and yowr pwmanaat addrea to
City 'Advertising Department
Room 10 M City Hall Jacksonville, Florida

0CA1A OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items,

phone five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Crosby of Citra
were visitors in Ocala Tuesady.
Mr. Donald Hiers is a popular trav traveling
eling traveling salesman in the city for a few
days.

Fresh country eggs 35 cents a
dozen while they last, at H. B. Whit Whit-tinton's.
tinton's. Whit-tinton's. Phone 377. 2t
Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Blitch of
Elitchton were shoppers in the city
yesterday.

Mrs. J. T. Wright of Atlanta, is the
guest of her niece, Mrs.'T. W. Brown
for an indefinite stay.
A light Oakland six, five-passenger
tcuring car. at Carroll Motors Co. 3t

Flies spread disease which destroy
life. Cleanliness destroys flies, sug suggests
gests suggests the State Board of Health.
Mrs. L. R. Wheeler and Miss Mabel
Squires of Moss Bluff were in town
this morning visiting friends and
shopping.
The Maude Stevens Company is one
of the best entertainments in the ly ly-ceum
ceum ly-ceum course. Be sure to hear the
concert Friday evening. 31-3t
Mrs. Caroline Moorhead of Ocala
was shopping in the city yesterday,
registering at the DeSoto hotel.
Tampa Tribune.
Mrs. William Sinclair arirved in the
city yesterday afternoon for a short
stay and is the guest of Mrs. W. A.
Redding.
Mr. Charles P. Davis of Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field purchased Saturday a new Stude.
baker automobile from Philip G. Mur Murphy,
phy, Murphy, the local dealer.
All customers of Federal Bread are
satisfied customers. Ask them. tf

According to a spring fashion note

from the State Board of Health ponds

are being done in oil and houses in

screens this year.

If you have typhoid fever any mir

ror will show you the one to blame,
says the State Board of Health, and
advises, "get vaccinated."

Fresh country eggs 35 cents a

dozen while they last, at H. B. Whit Whit-tington's.
tington's. Whit-tington's. Phone 377. 2t

Mr. E. A. Revels purchased yester

day an automobile from Philip G.

Murphy, the dealer in Studebaker,

Hudson and Essex motor cars.

Mr. J. T. Edwards left yesterday

afternon for his home in Chicago, aft

er a pleasant month's visit with his

sister and niece, Mrs. G. K. Williams

and Miss Edith Williams.

Have you had malaria. If so, why ?

asks the State Board of Health. It is

a preventable disease.

The regular monthly meeting of the

King's Daughters will be held Thurs

day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the resi

dence of Mrs. A. G. Gates on Okla-

waha avenue.

Last lyceum entertainment at the

Woman's Club, Friday, April 2, at
8:30 o'clock. Maude Stevens Concert

Company. 31-3t

New arrivals: Spring flies. Don't
let them be guests in your home,

urges the State Board of Health.

Mr. O. E. Motes of Oak is driving

a new automobile recently purchased

from Philip G. Murphy, the dealer in

Studebaker, Hudson and Essex cars.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee and the

former's mother, Mrs. E. W. Lee of
Eastlake, were visitors in town this
morning, shopping and attending to
business.

BOARD OF TRADE ROTES

Since Mayor Anderson recently

called upon the people of Ocala to co

operate with the city departments,

with a view to making this more of a

"city beautiful," some good results

have been obtained. Some of the

ugly spots have been, removed.

It is scarcely possible to dwell too

much on what a city of beauty means.

Too often is the importance of this

overlooked. What city capitalizes its

unsightliness ? None, of course. Too
many of us are prone to look upon ef

forts to make cities beautiful as a bit
of sentiment that is all right in its
way, and we give it passive approval
in a "won't do any harm" kind of way.

We do not stop to consider that

beauty means cleanliness. That it
means health and an absence of dis

ease breeding places. It means a bet better
ter better place in which to live. It means

more business, because an attractive
city draws people to it, just as does

an attractive show window or a shop

front. A beautiful city is something

that arouses civic pride. Is there any anything
thing anything that kills civic pride and leads

to carelessness quicker than being re

peatedly called upon to make "ex "excuses
cuses "excuses for and to explain away some
eyesore? Beautiful buildings, attrac attractive
tive attractive strets, pleasant and colorful gar

dens, and shady and restful parks
raise the morale of citizenship and

win the heart of the stranger.

A city cannot be made beautiful by

sporadic "clean-up" campaigns. There

must be created within the people
themselves a fine feeling for better betterment.
ment. betterment. Each citizen must feel a sense
of shame because of the sore spots,

and a sense of pride in the better
looks of things. Cities and towns, like

men and women, have personalities.

The community reflects its citizenship.

Many of our cities and towns are

being beautified in accordance with

plans prepared by landscape archi architects.
tects. architects. There are some notable ex examples
amples examples of this in Florida. Mountain
Lake, in Polk county, is one. Daytona
has recently had a plan prepared.
Splendid results, however, may be ob obtained
tained obtained if the individual citizen will de develop
velop develop his or her property in his or her

individual way, giving expression to
personal likes. The results obtained

in this way may lack something of a

general scheme, but some of our most
attractive cities owe their beauty and

their claim to the development of in individual
dividual individual properties which make up

the whoel. The great test of art, ac according
cording according to Tolstoi, is sincerity. If eve

ry citizen will do his bit towards

making the city a more wonderful

place to live, and do this as an ex expression
pression expression of his love for his home

place, a city of real beauty will be

the result.

You know many places in Ocala

that are attractive. Is yours, as at

tractive ?

If you go away for a summer vaca vacation,
tion, vacation, will you select an unattractive
place to go to?
Let's back the mayor in his praise

worthy undertaking.

FAIRFIELD

Fairfield, March 29. This commu community
nity community was very much shocked and sad saddened
dened saddened to learn of the death of Mrs.
J. L. Mack, which occurred at her
home at Micanopy yesterday morning.
Mrs. Mack received a wound from &
pistol ball which resulted in her death
a few hours later. She was formerly
Miss Sarah Brown of this place. She
leaves a husband, two children, father,
mother, several brothers and sisters
and many other relatives and friends
to mourn her death. Her remains
were laid to rest in the cemetery at
Micanopy. Mrs. Alice Yonerue, Mrs.

A. G. Yongue and Mrs. W. P. Brown
attended the funeral.

Prof. H. Miller attended the picnic

at Fellowship Friday.

There will be Sunday school at the

Presbyterian-church next Sundav aft

ernoon at 2 o'clock. Everybody is in invited
vited invited to attend.

Mrs. W. II. Smith returned to her

home at Martin last Thursday after
several days' visit here with her par

ents.

If Everything Was As
Cheap As up. lee
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
o use worry.'ng, however, because it isn't that way. Be glad that
ice is helping to keep down the cost of living; besides giving -yoa
better food and greater variety of it than your grandfather fam family
ily family ever had.
Ocala Ice b PacMegj Co

KLIM
Solves the milk
problem if you
cannot get fresh
milk.
KLIM

Carn-Thomas Co.
Phone 163

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Distributor for
OVERLAND AND WILLYS-KNIGHT AUTOS
Full line Goodyear and United 'State Tires
EXIDE STORAGE BATTERIES

- GAS, OILS AND GREASE ;
Phone 129 Ocala, Fia.

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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.Fire
Proof

W1H10T

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

Use the Star's Unclassified Column.

MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE.
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE ETC.

LONG DISTANCE MOVING :

PHioiiiC-;296 s

This line o' type is placed here to remind you that advertising' pays.

is very enthusiastic over the future
of Florida. The Star hopes to print
Mr. Hewlett's impressions of Marion
county at no distant date.
The following visitors were noted
on our streets yesterday: Mrs. J. M.
Karrelson, Summerfield; Mrs. George
Br&nt Jr., Electra; Mrs. Stokes. Tam Tampa;
pa; Tampa; Miss Mabel Thomas, Dunnellon;
Mrs. Kemp, Dunnellon; Mrs. L. A.
Tucker, Matrle; Mrs. I. N. Clayton
and Mrs. D. E. Knoblock, Island
Grove.

Mrs. John Mathews of Candler is
entertaining at a spend the day party
at her home today. The invited guests

from Ocala are Mrs. E. G. Lindner,

Mrs. Jake Brown" and Mrs. Max Is

rael son.

Special sale beginning-Monday. A
sixty-cent jar Coco Butter Cold
Cream and a fifty-cent box Charmona
Face Powder, both for 63 cents at
Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf
The Loncala Phosphate Company
has purchased for the use of its super superintendent,
intendent, superintendent, Mr. Thomas Sexton, a new
Essex automobile, from Philip G. Mur Murphy,
phy, Murphy, the local dealer for the Hudson
and Essex cars.

Mr. and Mrs. R..A. Carlton are to today
day today celebrating the fiftieth anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of their marriage. Twenty of
these years they have spent in Ocala
and though they have -lived to a ripe
uge, they are still young, energetic
end enterprising. Their friends are
extending congratulations on the
occasion of this anniversary.
Early to drain and early to oil,
makes for health, wealth and hardy

toil, suggests the State Board of

Health

Mr. and Mrs. Theo Fortier of De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, Mich., who have been spending
the winter in Florida, are visiting
their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Y. Miller, for a week and will leave

Thursday for their home in Michigan.

They say they are so well pleased

with Florida that they expect to be
back again next winter and may be

come permanent residents here.

Mr. Lazarus Hewlett of Louisville,
Ky., is among the prominent visitors
in the city. He is a boyhood friend
cf Mr. Allan Rodgers and is his guest
at the Carmichael plantation on Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs run. Mr. Hewlett has
been in the state for some weeks and

Tickets for the Maude Stevens con concert
cert concert at Gerig's Drug Store and Gerig's
Newsstand. Adults 75 cents, chil children,
dren, children, 50 cents. 31-3t
Mr. Laurie Izlar left Monday night
for Jacksonville, where he went to
drive through the country an Essex
automobile for Mr. Philip Murphy. He
arrived with the car last evening.
A bargain in a five-passenger Hup-

mobile, at Carroll Motors Co. 31 -3t

Mrs. Richard Dodge and daughter,
Elizabeth of Jacksonville, arrived in

the city yesterday for a several
week's visit with Mrs. Dodge's moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. W. V. Newsom.

W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
Mrs. H. C. Jones received the sad
ir.formation this morning of the death
of her uncle, Mr. C. Sumner, which
occurred last evening in Tampa. Mrs.
Jones left this afternoon for St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg to keep house for her mother,
Mr.-. C. L. Sellers, who went to Tampa
to attend the funeral of her brother.

Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Bladen of New

Castle, Neb., are among the strangers

in the city. They have been in the

state since early in December and are
very much impressed with what they

have seen.

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

Mrs. Caroilne Moorhead commences

her work with the Florida Citrus Ex Exchange
change Exchange tomorrow. Her first piece of
demonstration, of the various usages
of grapefruit, will be given at Athens,
Ga. Mrs. Moorhead will visit all the
southern women's colleges in her dem demonstration
onstration demonstration work.

"We're always meeting friends'9
- Chesterfield
(0VER three million
vJ' smokers over three
million friends know the
"satisfying" goodness of
Chesterfield's expert blend
of fine Turkish and Domestic
tobaccos.
These smokers know that
such richness of flavor, such
mellowness of taste, can only
come from the choicest to

baccos, bought and blended

by experts,

And they know that the
Chesterfield blend is an ex
elusive blend, that it cannot
be copied or even closely
imitated. They know that
only Chesterfields can
"satisfy."

But how about you?

Mr. and Mrs. Scott of Worcester,
Mass., are in the city on a visit and
aie registered at the Harrington Hall
hotel. Mr. Scott is one of Worcester's
most prominent business men.
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

1 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.

Extra
of motsture-proqf,
glasnne paper on
every package keeps
Chesterfield's

freshness and flavor

tntact.



OCALA EVENING STAR, VEDXESDAY, MARCH 31, 1920

M

2 For Colds, Catarrh or Influenza

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- g

ialty.

BLALGCK BROS. 1

VULCANIZING
Phone 78
Corner of Oklawaha and Main

It' tr X

XOTICE OF INCORPORATION
LOCALA PHOSPHATE
COMPANY

OF

:iit::mt;::;n:i;::;;;::i;::g

L. T. IZLAR
GENERAL
INSURANCE
Room 9
Gary Block
Ocala Florida

Do you fel weak and unequal to the
work ahead of you? Do yon still cough
a little, or does your nose bother you ?
Are you pale? Is your blootJ thin and
watery? Bettor put your body into
hape. Build strong
An old, reliable blood maker and
herbal toaic made from wild root and
barks, is Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical
Discovery. This "nature remedy comes
in tablet or liquid form. It will build up
your itcjdy and or tect you from dis dis-oafe
oafe dis-oafe penns hu-h l-rk 'verywher. One
of tin; active ingredients of this tem temperance
perance temperance alterative and tonic is wild
cherry bark with stiilingia, which is sso
rood for the lungs and for coughs;
also Oregon grape root, blood root,
stone root, Queen's root, all skilfully
combined In the Medical Discovery.
These roots have a direct action on the
stomach, improvJngdirrestion and assimi assimilation.
lation. assimilation. These. ltei"al extracts in the
" Discovery aid I" blood-making and
are best for scrofula. By Improving the
blood they fortify the body against an
attack of grip or cold?.
Catarrh should be treated, first, as f
blood disease, with this alterative. The,;
In addition, tne nose should be washf.
daily with Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
Send Kc hv trial pkg. of Medical Di
cover Tablets or Catarrh Tablets toDf
Pierce' Invalid-, Hole!, BuffaloN. Y

Th unders-igTied 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 hli
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 ox Ltoncala
Pnosphate Company, under the follow following
ing following charter and articles of incorpora incorporation,
tion, incorporation, the original of which will be on
file in the office of the secretary of
.-Hate, of said state of Florida, at the
city of Tallahassee, during the time re required
quired required by law for the publication of
thirf notice.

Witness our hands this 25th day
February. A. D. 1120.
WILLIAM JENNINGS.
WILLIAM J. FARMER.
EMANUEL H. MARTIN.
THOMAS SEXTON.
TIMOTHY F. FAY.

LATEST LOCALS
Temperature this morning, 58; this
afternoon,.

Dr. E. J. Bryan is in Orlando on pro professional
fessional professional business.

Mr. Troy Hall of Summerfield
tusiness visitor in town today.

IS 3

r

Of

Fresh country eggs 35 cents a
dozen while they last, at H. B. Whit Whit-tir.gton's.
tir.gton's. Whit-tir.gton's. Phone 377. 2t

,x'ifij Glasses help relax your
A8fWv nerves, aid in stopping

&?Ca headaches and lengthen
sfe & your life by shortening

mZj. Wfcv your worries.
DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Cor

tract work. Gives More and Better

Work for the Money than any other

wmtraetor in the city.

Six hundred ladies can get thje
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

Use the '.Star's Unclassified Co?umn.

Miller's Atlep Oil, Known mm

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Guaranteed to Relieve Pain,
Rheumatism Neuralgia etc.
1T IX AT
Bitting &12o., Druggists, Ocala. Fl

; ymm j,m mmmm"mn 1 'j 1 "' m,-?rY2m'm?-'m'

Mr. John H. Good has gone co Hous Houston.
ton. Houston. Tex., on a business trip. He ex expects
pects expects to return in about two weeks.
Who wants my special built Ford

roadster? Make me an offer. F. Van
Horn, at B. F. Condon's. 31-t

..All of Us Like to Live Well..
We have made a study of this problem because
it is our duty to see that our customers do live
well particularly as regards eatables.
If you trade with us you will at least
have the benefit of our experience

,
.JrfC.i.

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
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.
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

MlIIPl SOUTH MAGNOLIA STREET K?InkT,0
CilCi OLD METROPOLITAN THEATER IUI J ltd

Charter of lineal a Pboaphate Company
We. the undersigned, hereby agree to
become associated together, and do
hereby associate ourselves together, for
the purpose of becoming & corporation
under the lawa of Florida by and ander
the provision of the statute of the
state of Florida providing for the for

mation, liabilities, rights, privileges and

mmunitles or corporations for profit,

with and under the following proposed

charter:

ARTICLE I.
The name of this corporation shall b

Lone a la Phosphate Company. Its prin principal
cipal principal office and olace of business shall

he in the city of Ocala, Marion county,

r lorioa, out the company may have

.such other offices and -places of busi

ness in the state of Florid, or in other

states or foreign countries, as may be
from time to time authorized by its

board of directors.

ARTICLE II.
The general nature of the business

to be transacted by the said corpora corporation
tion corporation shall be the business of leasine.

buying, selling, exchanging and mort

gaging of phosphate, -mineral, timber

and other lands, and the oroduets of

the same; the digging, mining, quar

rying, dredging, buying, selling, ex exchanging,
changing, exchanging, mortgaging, marketing and

transporting of phosphate and other

mineral deposits, and the manufactur

ing of the same into fertilizers and

other products: the purchasing, leasing.

buying, selling, cutting, manufacturing
and transporting of timber, lumber and
like property and the products thereof;
acting as agents and brokers in the

conduct of like business and transac

tions for others; the digging, dredging

and removing from the navigable

streams of the state of Florida phos

phate 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

scription that may be necessary, usual

or expedient In the conduct of said bus
iness, and the doing of all things nec

essary and usual in and incident to the

business or businesses aforesaid; to ac

quire and -undertake the good will,

property, rights, franchises and assets
of every kind, and the liabilities of any

persons, firm, association or corpora

tion, whether wholly or partly, and pay

for the same in cash, stock or 'bonds of

the company, or otherwise; to issue

bonds, notes, debentures or other obll

nations of the company from time to

time, and to secure the same iby mort

ease, pledge, deed of trust or otherwise ;

and also the subscribing for. acquiring.

buying, holding, selling and disposing

of stock, shares, tbonds- and securities
in any corporation or corporations; and
also to do any and all -businesses or

things before mentioned, either separ

ately 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,
and which now ot hereafter may be au authorized
thorized authorized hy law.
ARTICLE III.
The amount of capital stock of thi3
corporation shall be one million dol dollars,
lars, dollars, divided into ten thousand shares
of the par value of one hundred dollars
each. All payments of stock and of
interest money shall be made In lawful
money of the United States of Amer America;
ica; America; provided, howevr. that the cap capital
ital capital stock of said corporation, or any
part thereof, shall be .payable in prop

erty, labor or services, at a just valua

tion, to be fixed by the incorporators or

by the directors at a meeting called ior

such purpose. Property, labor or serv

ices may also .be purcnasea ana paia

for with caDital stock at a just valua

tion of such property, laoor or services,

o be fixed by tne directors oi me

company at a meeting called ror sucn
purpose.

Aniiuui iv.
This corporation shall have perpetu

al existence.

ARTICLE V.
The business of this corporation

shall be conducted by a board of six

directors. The board of directors shall

select from themselves a president, a
vice-president, secretary and treasurer.
One person may hold the office of sec

retary and treasurer. said noara oi
directors shall have authority to ap appoint
point appoint all necessary agents of this cor

poration. The first meeting ot tne cor corporation
poration corporation shall 'be held on the 12th aay

of April. 1920. at ten o'clock a. an., at

the office of William Jennings, in the

Holder building. South Main street, in

the city of Ocala. Florida, for tne pur

pose 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

year, at which the board of directors

shall be duly elected 'by the stockhold

ers. The iby-laws for the government
of this corporation shall be adopted at

the first annual meeting of the stock
holders, or as sobn thereafJteras prac

ticable. Until a board of directors shall

have been first duly chosen by the

stockholders, the business of the said

corporation shall toe conducted by the

following named officers:
William Jennings, President,
William J. -Farmer, Vice-President,
Timothy F. Fay, Secretary and Treas Treasurer,
urer, Treasurer, and William Jennings, William J
Farmer, Thomas Sexton, Bmanuel H
Martin and Timothy F. Fay shall con constitute
stitute constitute a board of directors.

Temporary by-laws may be adopted
by said officers until the first annual

meeting of the stockholders.
ARTICLE VI.

The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
can, at any time subject Itself, is one

million dollars.
ARTICLE VII.
The names and residences of the sun

scribers to these articles of incorpora

tion, together with the amount of cap capital
ital capital stock subscribed by each, are as

follows:

William Jennings, London, England,

an:: snares.
William J. Farmer, Savannah, Geor

gia, z snares.

Emanuel H. Martin, Ocala, Florida, 2

shares.

Thomas Sexton, Ocala, Florida, 2

shares.

Timothy F. Fay, New York New

York, s 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 wtrds,

"LU.NUALA PHOSPHATE COMPANY."
In witness whereof, we have hereun

to set our hands this the 25th day of

February, A., u. mzu.
WILLIAM JENNINGS.
WILLIAM J. FARMER
EMANUEL H. MARTIN.
THOMAS SEXTON.
TIMOTHY F. FAY.

The Jewish Passover begins at C
o'clock Friday evening and will last
for seven days.

Mr. R. J. Rivers' friends will be glad
to hear that he is improving after a
slight operation at the hospital yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Just arrived at the Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store the prettiest line of bath bathing
ing bathing caps ever shown in Ocala. 18-10t.

Ocala Aeto and (Garage Commpaimy

(Successors to Gates Garage)

Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and GoodyearTires.
Let us prove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hundred
red hundred dollars more than any car, selling at the price. ;
$2,125.00 Delivered to Ocala

hhJLbi

pcr.-on to recognize her will receive a
free ticket to the show.

Mrs. H. F. Watt and little daughter,
Helen are home after several weeks
spent in California. They like the
Golden State but are glad to be back
in Florida.

One of the airplane voyagers last

Saturday was Mr. John A. Parker of
Cotton Plant. He liked his trip im

mensely. Mr. Parker, who is a capa

ble machinist as well as a farmer,

came into the Star office this morning
and in one time and two motions fixed

the pulleys on our press which had

been giving much trouble.

Fresh country eggs 35 cents a

dozen while they last, at H. B. Whit-i

tington's. Phone 377. 2t

The county judge has issued a mar mar-r'age
r'age mar-r'age license to Joel Thomas Hall Jr.

and Miss Lula Eliza Lynn.-The young
ccuple is from Williston.

Lieut.-Commander Hayward is ex expected
pected expected in the city this afternoon, to in inspect
spect inspect the naval station and visit his
friends here.

Fresh country eggs 35 cents a
dozen while they last, at H. B. Whit Whit-tir.gton's.
tir.gton's. Whit-tir.gton's. Phone 377. 2t

Mr. Charles Pfeifer of St. Augus

tine is a visitor in the city at the home

of his sister, Mrs. F. G." B. Weihe

There is a probability of Mr. Pfeifer

locating in Ocala and his many friends
trust that such will be the case. Some

years ago Mr. Pfeif er was one of

Ocala's most valued citizens.

State of Georgia,
County of Chatham, ss.:

I, Geo. W. Drummond. a notary pub

lic 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 ineor

poration and the accompanying notice

ror tne uses ana purposes therein stat
ed.

In witness whereof, I have hereunto

set my hand and seal of office this 26th

day of February A. J3. 1920.
GEO. W. DRUMMOND.
(Seal) .-, Notary Public,
Chatham County, Ga.

Mrs. Louis Duval, Dr. Peek and Mr.

!. H. Pillans have yielded to the re

quests of their friends "and will be
candidates for members of the district

school board in the election of April

13th.

The picture of one of the lady black

face comedians who will appear at the

Temple Friday evening, in the Worn

an's Club minstrel, appears in the

Court Pharmacy window. The first

The Star's mention of the Woman's

C lub minstrel on Tuesday, April 9,
was a typographical error, as every everybody
body everybody probably knew, but anyhow we
will emphasize that it will be Friday
evening, April 9.

Sixty-three cents buys the beat1

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

price at Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf

The U-Serve store has moved into
its new quarters in the Ocala House

block, and tho not quite settled down
is efficiently serving its customers.

OUR UNGRATEFUL REPUBLIC

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(Manufacturers Record)
" With the boast that thiscountry has
one-third of the world's accumulated
wealth, the comptroller of the cur currency
rency currency pictures in glowing figures the
stupendous advance in our -bank; re resources
sources resources during the last five ': years,
which almost staggers us with a real realization
ization realization of billions on top of billions
made since the beginning of the war,
and yet public officials and some
others insist that this country is too
poor to make any extra allowance to
the soldiers who risked their lives for
our safety while others stayed home
and piled up these almost endless bil billions!
lions! billions! Too poor! What a reflection upon
Our intelligence
A few days ago the Manufacturers
Record received a letter from one of
the leaders in American business who

protested against bringing home the

bodies of our soldier dead. And what

was his reason ? Mark you well, it was

because of the cost to the country!
And has our sense of honor sunk so
low that our country is urged to dis dishonor
honor dishonor its pledge because of a few mil million
lion million dollars in cost?

It matters not whether the soldiers

ask for extra pay or not. We owe it

to them. It is not theirs to ask; it
. nr J j 1 1

is ours to give, we araitea our sol

diers and made them endure the hard hardships
ships hardships and even death to many on the
battlefield, but we coddled our radi radical
cal radical labor leaders and permitted them

to bring on thousands of strikes, in involving
volving involving during the war 2.000,000 men,
and permitted them to dictate enor enormous
mous enormous wages and encourage slackerism
and inefficiency on their part. We let
95 per cent or more of our population
stay at home and make more money
than they had ever, dreamed of, but
now we turn a deaf ear to our sense
of duty, ignore our soldiers, permit
them to suffer and berate those who
appeal to our sense of justice!
It should never have been necessary
for the soldiers to say one word in
their own behalf. Voluntarily and
enthusiastically this nation should
have offered them, in liberal financial
navments .some expression of that

giatitude which we professed so loud

ly when they were battling in Europe
ae-ainst the hordes of barbarism.

Suppose some of the money thus

paid them should be unwisely spent;
suDnose some of the men do not act

ually need it; even these things would

not lessen our duty to them, is L-on

gress and the treasury department so

hi-rren of financial ability that it can

not, backed by our enormous wealth,

find a way to provide this money

without- lpssenmc the value of our

cr
liberty bonds. Surely it would be a

sad reflection upon their financial
ability to admit this.

200 WHITE SKflST

1-75 1 $(g.50.
All Sizes and Styles

OCALA WITNESSES

Right Now, Showing Everything in
, Misses and Childrens
Ready-to-Wear.
As Usual We Lead in Style and Cut Prtces
-.-- ON

Mei

Boys- Ctoflli

Little Gents9 Palm Beach
Hats at.
Men's dnd Boys Palm
Beach Hats at .

Everything in Childrens'
Wash Suits

40c
75c

75c to $3o50

Watch Our Show Windows
And Keep Posted. ?
Remember Our Special Cut Price Sale
Days ot Each Week
Wednesday and Saturday

F. P. GADSON, Prop.

The Names of Ocala Persona Familiar

To All
Who are the witnesses?
Thav are Ocala DeODle

Rpsfdents of Ocala who have had

kidney backache, kidney ills, bladder

ills; wno nave uscu lyuaii o aiuuj
Pills. These witnesses endorse
Doan's. ;
One Ocala resident who speaks ia
J. D. Small, retired merchant. North
St. He savs:. "I had been

r : CTri U naina OK1n99 tVlO STTU11

nf mv hack and in my siaes. aiy lower

limbs often ached and felt numb. My
kidneys didn't act right and at times
the secretions were scanty and pain painful
ful painful in passage. I had a dull, achey
feeling all over until I used Doan's
KiHnav Pills, which I cot at the Anti-

Monopoly Drug Store. Doan's proved :
effective and soon had me well. I

haven't had any return of those au-,
ments since."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that

IMr. Small had. Foster-Milburn Co.,

Mfrs., Buffalo. N. Y. Adv. 65

Housewives have demanded it
for over thirty years. Always
most reliable and wholesome.
Calumet Baking Powdor is
absolutely dependable. It is
always the same always
superioralways pure.
A perfect food product made
in the world's largest, most
up-to-date and sanitary Bak Baking
ing Baking Powder Factory.
Call for Calumet Baking Ponder.

State of Florida,
County of Marion, ss.:
I, (Mattel Johnson, a notary public for
the state of Florida at large, do hereby
certify that: William Jennings, Thomu
Sexton, Bmanuel H. Martin and Timo Timothy
thy Timothy F. Fay, who are to ma well known.

this day appeared before me, and each
for himself acknowledged that he sign signed
ed signed the foregoing articles of incorpora incorporation
tion incorporation and the accompanying notice for
the uses and purposes therein stated.
In witness whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and seal of ofnee this 25th
day of February. A. D. 1920.
(Seal) MABEL. JOHNSON
Notary Public.

KNiGHTS OF PYTHIAS

I

Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions5
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G.:
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers. j
W. M. Parker, C C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. & S.

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

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KA VANAUGH
Proprietor.

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