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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1920.
VOL. 26, NO. 80
LEE WOULD HOLD TWEWTY-FOUR
Gil UP TO
AN ATTACK ON
LEGION MEETING OCALA MOTORISTS
THEM IN LINE
WELL ATTENDED ilEET TONIGHT
Trainmen, Who Have Decided
Leave Norfolk and Western
in the Lurch
Roanoke, Va., April 2. Officials of
the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen
announced today that members of the
organization would adhere to the de decision
cision decision to withdraw from the service
of the Norfolk & Western railroad at
4 o'clock this afternoon. They claim claimed
ed claimed conditions on the road, had been
reendered unsafe by the strike of
clerks and that passenger and freight
traffic would be tied up by night, al although
though although mail trains would be operated.
TRYING TO SETTLE TROUBLE
Railroad officials said partial re repot
pot repot ts indicated ten thousand men
vere on strike, and a conference will
be held this afternoon to try and set settle
tle settle the controversy.
Cleveland, April 2. President Lee,
of the Brotherhood of Railway Train Trainmen,
men, Trainmen, wired Roanoke union officials to today
day today that the proposed strike of train trainmen
men trainmen was illegal and the union would
protect and support its contract with
tht Norfolk & Western.
GREAT CONTRACT FOR GOR&AS
A merican Ex-Surgeon General
Clean Up the Republic
v Associated Press)
Lima, Peru, April 2. Major Gen General
eral General Gorgas, former surgeon general
of the United States army, has ac accepted
cepted accepted a five-year contract with the
Peruvian government to direct an ex extensive
tensive extensive sanitation program here.
Blitchton, March 31. Messrs. B. R.
Blitch and J. W. Coulter and families
intended the picnic at Fellowship Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Mr. H. G. Shealy, of Anthony, can
didate for superintendent of public
instruction, called on the -voters last
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Fant and Mr. B.
C. Blitch visited Ocala .Saturday.
v Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mills visited
friends at Morriston Sunday after afternoon.
A number of our people are attend attending
ing attending the revival services at Fellowship
Miss Rowena Hammons and Miss
Elsie Coulter spent the week-end at
Mrs. Arthur Brooks of Emathla
Misses Maude and Maudie Fant of
Morriston are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
F. E. Fant.
MRS. SARA JANE MANLY
Vocal culture in Merchants' block.
Studio Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. l6-12t
Fine Leghorn Hats just received,
?C.50 to $9. Special values, at Walk Walk-ley
ley Walk-ley & Barnett's. it
front collars are
among men who
like to avoid the
A very complete
assortment of these
offered by us in
Guarantee Clothing & Shot Co.
Your Money Back On Demaad
- OCALA, FLORIDA.
All Over the World May 1st to Decide
Strength of the Proletariat
Geneva, April 2. Preparations for
a world-wide 24-hour strike May 1st,
are being made in Switzerland by
socialist communists and other radi
cal elements. It is virtually certain
the Swiss will join the movement,
which was launched by Lenine, the
bolshevik premier, to test the solidar
ity of the world proletarist.
HAD TO GO OVER
Rear Admiral Fullam Testifies to the
Unreadiness of the Pacific
Fleet for War
Washington, April 2 Charges that
the navy department had made no ef effort
fort effort from 1915 to 1917 to prepare the
ships of the Pacific fleet for war were
made before the Senate naval investi-
gallon committee yesieraay Dy xvear i
J A A. A 1 I T I
Admiral William r jvuliam, wno
jj ii a : a i ii
commanded mat iorce ana directed an I
allied naval operations in Pacific wa-
ters aunng tne war.
Armored cruisers in reserve on the
Pacific coast were not made ready, ground is inundated here by the'ris the'ris-the
the the'ris-the officer asserted, despite his re- ing Tenneasee river, which is expect expect-peated
peated expect-peated recommendations, and it was ed to go eight feet above the flood
oniy ay uiuuzmg navai apprentices
at training scnooi tnat ne was auie
before the war to. get the vessels
aWay from the docks for short train training
ing training cruises. Even after the outbreak
of war in Europe, he said, the de department
partment department was "indifferent" to the
recommendations of senior officers
that steps be taken to prepare.
The admiral testified that it was
only by going over Secretary Dan
ieis' head and sending letters and
outlines of plans and policies direct to
Assistant Secretary Roosevelt that a
sympathetic attitude could be ob obtained
tained obtained for preparedness measures.
ADMIRAL FLETCHER DISRE
GARDED HIS ORDERS
Loss of the transport Antilles off
the French coast in October, 1917,
was attributed directly to Rear Ad Admiral
miral Admiral William B. Fletcher's alleged
disregard of instructions from Vice
Admiral Sims, in testimony today by rtment of agriculture, that a pub pub-Captain
Captain pub-Captain Byron C. Long, operations f. h wuld
fore the naval board investigating
Admiral Fletcher's removal from the
When the Antilles was struck by a
torpedo the convoy was proceeding in
single file. Captain Long testified, add adding
ing adding that this was the "most danger dangerous
ous dangerous possible formation."
U-SERVE GROCERY IS
IN NEW QUARTERS
TheU-Serve Grocery store is now I
occupying its new quarters in the J
Ocala House block, between the Fed-
eral Bakery and Walkley & Barnett.
This room has been thoroughly re-
modeled and Mr. Clark has so arrang-
ed the stock of goods that it makes
one of the most inviting and attrac-1
tive stores m the city. Everybody I
should at least take a peep in at this
unique method of shopping, and you I
will readily see how you can effect a
substantial saving by the "cash and
MAUDE STEVENS :.
The Maude Stevens Concert Com
pany, appearing at the Woman's Club
tonight, is the last number in the ly-
ceum course. This company has been
on the lyceum stage for ten years and
has been a geenral favorite from the
Maude Stevens is a wonderful im
personator of boys and girls. Char
lotte Chamberlain's whistling num
bers are especially interesting and
pleasing and she reproduces with ex
quisite beauty and naturalness the
songs and calls of birds; Lea Eckes
has a rich dramatic soprano voice of
exceptional sweetness, rangs and
power. With these three young wom
en a sentertamers, you may. expect an
unusually interesting program.
Tickets are on sale at Gerig's Drug
Store and Gerig's news stand. The
pi ogram begins at eight-thirty.
MONEY TO LOAN
I represent clients who have money
to loan on approved security, either
county or city, at eight per cent, in
terest. Those interested can write or
j call upon. the undersigned at his office
j in Ocala, Fla. S. T. Sistrunk,
2-tf Attorney at Law.
Let us show you our Suits before
you place your order for your next
one. Walkley & Barnett. It
A light Oakland six, five-passenger
louring car. at Carroll Motors Co. 3t
Save money on your Straw Hat at
Walkley & Barnett's. It
The Maude Stevens Company is one
of the best entertainments in the ly-
I ceum course. Be sure to hear the
'concert Friday evening. 2 l-3t
Three Thousand Mile Journey of
French Aviators Across
Paris, April 2. Major Vuilemin
and Lieutenant Chalu, French avia aviators,
tors, aviators, have arrived at Dakar, after fly flying
ing flying across the Saraha desert, a dis-
tance of 3000 miles.
OR IN THE
AT 8 O'CLOCK
g qj BOOM
Chattanooga, April 2. Street cars
on spv,rai linps havo been fttomied
and the baseball park and other low
stage by Sunday.
MAKE ANOTHER TRIAL
Dover, Del., April 2. Suffrage
leaders announced today they would
make another effort to have the house
rejection of the Anthony amendment
considered Monday declanng that
A1re? I' DuPont. who exerts a pow-
erful influence in republican state pol
itics, would support .the move. Du
Pont has previously been neutral.
WILL BE CAREFUL
Washington, April 1. Congress
man Drane was today officially in informed
formed informed by Milton Whitney, chief of
the bureau of soils of the federal de-
be made by John R. McMahon, a.writ a.writ-ter
ter a.writ-ter in the Country Gentleman, who re recently
cently recently did great injury to the state of
Florida by misrepresenting land con
ditions. These articles, Mr. Whitney
said, misrepresented completely the
attitude of the bureau of soils. It is
true that McMahon got some infor
mation from the bureau, but he did
not nresent it as it should have been
used was an old one printed years
ago, and was. given him merely as an
aid and not for publication. A. A.
Coult, of the Florida Development
Board, suggested that the editors of
the Country Gentlemen be required to
repair McMahon's damage, and this
the latter will now attempt to do,
submitting his further article to the
department of agriculture before be-
ing published. In conclusion. Mr.
Whitney said: "McMahon will call on
us as soon as he completes his assign-
ment, and we shall undertake to see
to it that his future articles tell the
truth. His past articles certainly
have not done so."
A. E. GERIG
Arrival and Den&rture of D&Sien&er
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:15 am Jacksonville-N'York
1 1:55 pm
St. Manatee-St. Petersburg
J 4:06 pm
1 :50 pm
4:25 pm Tampa-St. P'tersbr 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 3:15 am
1:45 pm JTcsonville-Gansville 3:35 pm
6:42 am J'ksonville-G'nesvile 10:13 pm
3:18 am St.Pet'sbr&r-Lakeland 2:12 am
1 3:35 pm St-Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am JJunnellon-Wilcox
:25 am "Dun'ellon-L'kemd 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13 pm Leesburs 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
West German Workers are About at
the End of Their
Dusseldorf, April 2. (By Associat Associat-Press)
Press) Associat-Press) The government and the cen central
tral central committee of workmen reached
an agreement today under which the
workmens' army will deliver their
arms before April 10th. Communist
Commander Wesel declared he could
not fight longer because he lacked
ammunition. He asserted that all
looting had been suppressed and he
would shoot with his own pistol any
communist soldier who violated the
order of surrender.
IS UP TO WILSON
Employes of the Railways Disappoint'
ed at Action of their
r AHsoclatod Press)
Washington, April 2. The whole
railroad controversy was placed be before
fore before President Wilson today for the
third time since railroad labor filed
its demands for a wage- increase last
summer. Chairman Jewell, of the
railway committee, which constitutes
the labor party on the railroad wage
board, wrote the president that he
regretted 'our failure to obtain any
beneficial results from these confer conferences."
ences." conferences." Jewell said the employes
were keenly disappoinTed at the posi position
tion position of the railway executives' com committee,
mittee, committee, which announced last night a
deadlock and the withdrawal of rail railroad
road railroad members from the conference.
FARM NOTES BY
THE COUNTY AGENT
Many farmers have allowed their
interest in hog-raising to lessen be because
cause because of the low market of the past
winter. This is a mistake. The only
way to come out successful in any
business is to stay through the thick
and the thin. The practice of going
in on a high market and getting out
on a low market is almost' certain to
bring losses. Hog-raising can not be
entered and discontinued with each
wave of high to low prices.. The man
who succeesd in it must make it a
permanent, or continuous, business
and keep his herd of breeding animals
together and in good condition dur during
ing during periods of depression in order
that he may quickly get n position to
take advantage of the return of bet
Indications are that there will be
good money in hogs this year. Due
to the poor market of last winter,
many farmers, both in the North and
in the South, have reduced their
breeding stock and the supply of hogs
will likely not be as great as that of
last year. Besides, the several influ
ences that have held prices down for
the past six months may not be pres
ent this season. So, if the 1920 crop
is fully as large as that of 1919, it is
not likely that the market will be
ower. But, even at the 10 cent mar
ket of last winter, there is profit in
growing hogs if economical and effic
ient methods are used.
It seems then .that it would be wise
o take extra pains with the spring
crop of pigs and to arrange to have a
arge crop of late summer pigs. With
a little thought and planning, it will
be easy to have food crops ready to
fatten the spring pigs for the August
and September market and to carry
the summer pigs over for the spring
market. So long as the bulk of the
hogs go on the" market from Novem
ber till March, the prices during this
period will continue to be the lowest
of the year. The best time to mar
ket hogs for years to come will be
from March to November.
For late winter feed, velvet beans
and goobers are a good combination.
Both keep well in the field and each
makes the other a better food. Also,
velvet beans and sweet potatoes are
excellent. However, some corn with
cither combination will pay. Plan now
for the winter and spring hog feeds.
Right now is the time to watch out
for thrips in the citrus groves. This
is a very small, gnat-like insect of a
yellowish, or orange, color that will
shorten the crop by causing an exces excessive
sive excessive dropping of the bloom and young
fruit and that may lower the grade of
the fruit by scarring it. WTien there
is a heavy bloom, they usually do no
harm and may be beneficial in carry
ing pollen from one bloom to another.
But in case of a moderate bloom, they
may seriously shorten the crop.
Look for them in the blooms, where
they will be found, eating on the pet
als of the flowers. If very abundant,
it will pay to spray against them. Use
one-fourth pint of black leaf 40 in 50
gallons of water and spray straight
into the blossoms when the tree is in
full bloom. If many thrips are seen
after ten days, spray again.
Cow peas are very high, selling at
$7 and S8 a bushel. Those who expect
to grow cow peas later in the summer j
for hay and who wish to avoid the
heavy expense of seed, should plant
now a small patch to make their seed.
One acre will yield 8 to 15 bushels,
depending on the soil, variety and
fertilizer user. W. A. S essoins.
Another of the Pleasant Little Inci Incidents
dents Incidents that Endear Our South Southern
ern Southern Neighbors to Us
Washington, April 2. Lieut.-Col.
Robert M. Campbell. United States
military attache at Mexico City, his
wife and a woman doctor named
Paine, were attacked by rebels a few
miles from Mexico City but escaped
through quick work and quickness of
action, the state department was ad advised
vised advised today. The rebels dynamited
the train carrying the Americans.
The women hid in the woods until the
rebels left. The fate of the train
crew and other passengers was not
WOMEN PICKET BRITISH
EMBASSY AT WASHINGTON
Washington, April 2 Women sym sympathizers
pathizers sympathizers with the republican move movement
ment movement in Ireland began picketing the
British embassy today. The same
women yesterday marched to the cap cap-itol,
itol, cap-itol, but were ordered away by the po police.
lice. police. LYNCHING AT LAURENS
Spartanburg, S. C, April 2.
George Robertson, a negro, was taken
from the jail at Laurens, S. C, last
midnight by, a mob, and hanged to
the railroad bridge in the outskirts of
the city. It is reported here that
Robertson interferred with a fight be
tween three white youths and an un unidentified
identified unidentified negro, inflicting knife
wounds on the boys. Robertson wan
arrested and while the police were
seeking his companion the mob storm
ed the jail.
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E.
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday "evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.'
Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, W. M.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
he old Star office builCing at 7:30 p.
n. A warm welcome, always extended
o visiting brothers. ,y.i:
C. W. Moreraen, N. G. :
W. L. Colbert, Secretary....'
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
ine second ana iour xuesuay eve-
mngs of each month. Visiting bretn-
ren always welcome, l-odge rooms
Shop, 113 Main street.
J. H. Spencer, E. c
R. A. M. CHAPTER No. 13
Kegular convocations or ine ucaia
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M on the fourth
rnaay in every monvn at. o p. uu
H. S. Wesson, xi. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
KNiUUTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
avara TLfToTT avonin ot 7.in
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. M. Parker, C C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. & S.
MIRIAM KEBEK All LODGE NO. 15
Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Mondaj eve
ning in each month in the Odd Fel
lows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Miss Ruth Ervin. N. G.
Miss Ruth Hardee. Secretary.
For All Classes O!
Stone, Brick, Wood,
J. E McCasMll
Phone 446. 723 Weaoa St.
Committee Will Investigate Advisa-
bility of Securing Permanent
Club Rooms I
Mairon County Post No. 1 of the ine Ucala Motor Club .meets to to-American
American to-American Legion, held a well attend- right at 7:30 o'clock in the Board of
ed meeting last night in the Board of Irade room. A full attendance is urg-
Trade room. Committees will be ap
pointed to obtain information concern-
ing organizing of a woman's auxiliary
of the legion, and for the purpose cf
investigating the advisability of se-
curing permanent quarters for the
It was decided to do nothing with
regard to organizing a legion baseball
team, as the expense would be too
great for the post at this time.
The woman's auxiliary was autho-Jthe
rized by the American Legion at the
Minneapolis convention and the con- j ure now in good shape and a large at at-stitution
stitution at-stitution provides that the member-j tendance is expected. It is the de-
ship of the auxiliary shall be limited j sire of the officers of the motor club
i a it ii J 1 i ill. it m ii
io ine mouiers, wives, aaugmers ana i
sisters of the members of the Ameri-1
can Legion, and to the mothers, wives, J
daughters and sisters of all men and I
women who were in the military or
naval service of the. United States
between April 6, 1917 and November
11, 1918, and died in Ime'of duty, or
after honorable discharge and prior
to Nov. 11, 1920.
IL R. NEWMAN
Mr. H. R. Newman, trainmaster on I
this division of the Seaboard Air
Line, died this morning after several
days illness. Pneumonia following in-
f.uenza caused his death.
Mr. Newman was a native of Geor-
gia, and was 41 years of age. He had
been with the Seaboardfor a number
of years, and had been a resident of
Ucala for something over a year, lie
was much liked both by his associates
on the railroad and 'his many other
friends. He leaves a widow and five
sons, all of whom have the sympathy
of the community in their great loss,
He and his family were preparing to
leave for Plant City when Mr. New-
man was taken ill.
The funeral services will be held
this afternoon at 2:30. The Elks have
cnarge. ine oouy win De taKen to
Canton, Ga., for burial and will be ac-
compapied by Mr. H. G. Harding of
Wildwood. Pyles & Perkins have
charge of the funeral. .
MncFs n rttrkptt
Moses D. Burnet, a former citizen
of Ocala, died at his home in Henrit Henrit-ta,
ta, Henrit-ta, Kan., the other day; leaving a
widow and two daughters besides
many friends in different parts of the
country, to mourn his death.
Mr. Burnet came to Ocala in 1880
from New York state, and remained
eicht vears. He was a nrocrressive
citizen and aided materially in build-
ing up the town. He was proprietor
and operator of the sawmill which
stood by the Florida Southern track hour tomorrow on account of the ill ill-where
where ill-where Jake" Brown's warehouse is now ness of one of the members, Mrs. D.
located, and was engaged in other en
terprises. He served one term as
mayor and made an useful and popu
lar official. He and his family left
here in 1888. All his old friends hear
of his death with regret.
Shady April 1. Mr. James Field-
inr of Ocala made a brief call here
I Friday morning.
I Mr. and Mrs. Frazier and children.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Barnes and Miss
Mary Gaskin of Ocala were Sunday
i VIS jtors at church here.
Miss Lily Gaskin of Stanton spent
Sunday here with her parents.
Mr u smith oi nymoutn is
here for a few days' visit with friends, i
Mr. and Mrs. George Davis of In-
glis, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Da
vis mother, Mrs. George Turner and
Misses Janet and Grace Turner
gr;?nt Saturday night and Sunday
with friends at Gaiter.
Mr. Clarence Redding and party of
young people came up from Gaiter
Sunday evening and with a number
of Shadys boys and girls enjoyed the
evening singing at Spring Hill. There
1 is a welcome at uua noine every ouu
df v evening to all of our young peo
P' t"me sM-,cr "a
Mr. Joe Wesley Jones, Mr. John
Gaskin and Misses Naomi Holland and
May Jones motored to Silver Springs
Sunday morning. I
Rev. Sneddin is holding some night
services at Calvary school house.
Mr. McDonald of JJunnellon was a
Sunday visitor here; in fact ,there is
an attraction this way for him right
There will be an Easter egg hunt
Saturday afternoon on the church
grounds between 4 and 5 o'clock. All
the children in the neighborhood are
invited to come.
"Rev. Padgett of Fort McCoyy will
preach here Sunday afternoon, at
3:30 o'clock. Everybody come.
We still have a few of those three
for a dollar men's ties. Rheinauer's. 3
Tickets for the Maude Stevens con concert
cert concert at Gerig's Drugstore and Gerig's
Newsstand. Adalty. 75 cents: chil-
dren, 50 cents.
Men's Straw Hats, $2.75 and up. at
Walkley & Barnett's. It
Will Make Plans for Convention of
the State Automobile
etf, and members are requested to be
cr hand early, that-the organization
may meet and adjourn by 8 o'clock to
hrar Senator Fletcher, who speaks
here tonight. At tonight's meeting
of the motor club plans will be made
for the entertainment of the conven-
tion of the FloridaState Automobile
Association, April 27 and 28.
Because of the bad weather in
Irebruary the annual convention of
State Automobile Association was
j postponed until this month. The roads
iw inae wie convention one oi we
most successful that has ever been
held, and the co-operation of every
member of the club is asked for.
ABOUT THE ARMY
Ycung man, have you finished your
education ? Have you had enough
travel? Are you an asset or a liabil
ity to your community ? Are you a
skilled man in your line? .Are you
s:tisfied with your prospects for the
I future? These questions are vital to
every man. Can you answer them
satisfactorily? Would you consider a
proposition paying from $25 to $75
per week? Are you trained to hold the
job if it was offered to you? Are you
being paid, and receiving the seven
essentials while you are fitting you r-
self for this position? If not why not
I at least give the armya chance to ex-
plain what it has to offer you? There
are fourteen branches of the service
open for enlistment for one and three
years. -You can find the trade that
you want to learn and get paid while
y0U are learning it.. The air service
1 and motor transDort corns are ODen
for qualified men. Can you qualify?
Come up and see if you would pass
the examinations. You will be under
no obligation's if you pass. Do you
know that the sun never sets on the
stars and Stripes? Think it over.
The branch you would like may not
be open very long. For information
. IT a A T .!!.
l can at or write u. Army xvecruii,-
ing Station, postomce Duiiding, ucaia,
There will be a .meeting of the
Woman's Club tomorrow afternoon at
the club house at 3 o'clock and every
member is urged to be present as
I there will be anelection OI omcers.
Preceding the club meeting tnere
will be an executive board meeting at
2:30 o'clock. There will De no social
1 E. Mclver.
, r ---
bove is the picture of Frand Jor Jordan,
dan, Jordan, all-round athletic champion of
the navy. Jordan, for two consecu consecutive
tive consecutive years, has been given this honor
by athletic officers of the navy and
his shipmates. He is a boxer, shot shot-putter,
putter, shot-putter, wrestler, baseball and, foot football
ball football nlayer, tennis and handball ex-
1 1 pert, pushball player, runner, boat
racer," swimmer, and he does all these
better than any other man m the
Our new men'. oxfords -are now in.
we also have a lot of fine pxf ords.
that we are closing out at last year's
prices. Rheinauer's. 1-Ct
OCALA EVENtKG StXfc, FRIDAY, APRIL i, 1920
GALA EVESIIilG STAR
occurrence for the train men to pull
"or back a train across the street and
erans societies in the second week of
tlje Home Sector's straw vote on un
let it stand there until they get good 1 1 per tant national questions- lne re
turns for the week also showed vir
falillhd ETry Day Eept Humdmj by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OF OCALA,' FLA.
many people may be compelled to
wait. The railroads are no longer un under
der under .the protecting arm of Uncle Sam.
It is in the power of the mayor to
II. II. Carroll, Prenldeat
P. 'V. Leareagood; Seeretary-Treaaarer
J. II. Ileajaiula, Editor
Entered at Ocala. Fla., postofflce aa
tual unanimity in favor of federal I
help to put soldiers on farms and
against the prohibition of tobacco.
With the returns for the 117 posts re-
keeping and with all modern improve- King avenue just opposite Dr. C B.
Avers residence. jacK inomson. izi
racnts. Apply to C. Y. Miller, 124 S.
Tenth street. 3-24-tf
timer. Call at' room 15 Petteway
brilding,, Tampa.- Landeck Lumber
WANTED. LOST, FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
i FOR SALE Two Jersey cows, on
'HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD 'Phone extra fine, giving three gallons per
iyour orders to Smoak's shop. Phone! day; other to be fresh in few days. C
146. 2-m A. Holloway, 715 Lime St. Ocala. 19-tf
Men's Shirts from $2
Walkley & Barnett's.
stop this nuisance and he should do ceived this week, .the Home Sector's
so. One or two arrests would teach straw vote now repreesnts the indi indi-the
the indi-the trainmen to respect the" rights of vidual opinions of more than 10,000
tnf citizens. iuu u sci ilc - - . T , . ... T
the United States And if a straw 1 1,1111 e '' iica w.., oi x uu 1 mice nou-o.iCiiuu3cj, iuuuuiomi;, i'"""5 ui;
RATES Six line maximum, one
FOR SALE One eight-year-old mare WANTED man with sawmill to cut
mule, weight around 950 pounds. Price 10,000,000 feet -longleaf yellow pine
$250. E. B. Lytle, Weirsdale, Fla., 12t timber on contract. Have tram road, j
. ; locomotive, skidder, mules, tenant
Just arrived at the Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store the prettiest line of bath bath-lrg
lrg bath-lrg caps ever shown in Ocala. 18-10t.
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It now appears that the' narrow- vote may oe rei ea upon w nw wu
politicians in the democratic party assumea tnat even m its rcunu wa.
f f.o, taf HftftvP m,Vht trv for fleets unmistakably the opinions of
k ...ti.i r,inatinn wpr. un- the whole group of ex-service men in
duly apprehensive. Mr. Hoover bav- cuuxinjr. xx.w
in l umaicu iiiav t ii it w l 1 . .
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will be so offered, as tne repuoncan riatormino if llnhatnhPrl Pnn
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75c.; one month $3.
Payable in ad- lots for sale at a bargain on Fort
Our new line of men's Straws and
for Easter are now in.
kiln and seven miles of rail laid into ; Rheinauer's. l-3t
FOR SALE Full blooded bull pup.
about six months old. Cheap for cash.
Apply Carter's Bakery. 4-1-tf
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party, even more than the democrat-1
ic,. is dominated by selfish partisans.
We have heard a number of good
democrats, including some who were
on the battle front two years ago, ex
press the sincere wish that Hoover
might be nominated and elected. And
if ho is nominated he will be elected.
Mr. Hoover is much like Mr. Wilson,
... The number of married women in
irdustry has increased 100 per cent,
since the war.
Contains Male or Female
Probably as a result of the late Dan
Loiios researches, the breakfast egrg
s usually regarded as a sexless Indi
vidual, yet were It possible to deter-
mfne such a point on Its entry into
this world, the poultry market would
in his desire to serve his country and te Increused tenfold.
the world, but he has more tact and Some people contend that one can
knowledge of men than Mr. Wilson, tell an egg's sex, and a favorite meth-
He did more work and did it better od of determining this la the follow-
than any other one man during the! lug: Hold the egg with three fingers
war, and if Mr. Wilson had sent him I of the left hand towards the sun or
to Fans instead of going nimseii. we i gas iignt. snaae me pomx oi me rgs
would have had peace sooner and far! with the right band and look for the
better than the patched up arrange-lair, space or "setting," a dark spot
ment that is even now falling to! about the size of a threepenny bit.
pieces. The people .have more confi- J says London Answers. If this Is found
dence in him for his ability and hon-lat the top of the egg, It Is a male, but
estv than they have for any other! If found lower down on the side, it is
man. Of course, we, here in Florida. la female..
will vote for anything wished on usl A method employed by an Australian
bv the San Francisco convention, but! poultry farmer Is Ingenious, thougn
unless said convention' nominates I rather elaborate. He places a two-shlll
nf thpllne niece on a table, threads a fine
played-out politicians or recently sewing needle with a piece of cotton,
eruptive partisans, there are a whole land holds the cotton In one hand so
lot of us that wouldn't wear crape if that the point of the needle is ranging
Hoover was elected. Just over the center of the florin. In
his other hand he takes the egg and
a. f J a 1 t AK Im.Ua I em m.r Mir.
val officers should remember that rou' im
WQQ no t;mfl ;n fV,0 flpnir f erel the point or tne neeaie swings
from side to siae aoove tne coin, nite
a pendulum. If the chicken is a pullet
the needle swings In a circular motion
round the coin.
PHILIP G. MURPHY,
Gary Clock, Ocala.
Personal hatred of Wobdrcw, Wil
son-is the main incentive of Senator
-A British physiaian says that. the
.woman of. today is intellectually and
physically superior to her grandmoth
' The co-operative store established
by' the' president of a large manufac
t turing company at Lawrence, Mass.,
'has tremendously -reduced the cost of
living for the employees.
. i .
Robert C. Webster, an ex-servjee
man and Cliarles McCabee a prof es
sionalt politician, were candidates for
the postniastership of Nashville, Tefin.
Mr Burleson gave the office to the
Manufactures valued at $3,436,000,-
000 were exported from this country
; in-1919. This -places the United.States
at the head of the world's exporters
of -manufactures. Prior to the war
the' United States was third.
I OR RENT Two, three or four four-room
room four-room apartment, furnished or unfur
nished. Private bath and gas. Abo
bleeninfr porch. Phone 332, No. 805
Tuscawilla St. l-3t
FOR RENT Three or four rooms for
light housekeeping; all modern con
veniences. No. 212 Oraflge avenue.
Mrs. Martha A. Wiliams. Phone 39. 6t
FOR SALE Small wood cook stove.1
Used but little; a bargain for cash.
Call phone 304. l-4t
LOST In Ocala from an automobile,
a leatner portiono witn automooue
papers and literature. Finder will
please return to Star office and re
ceive reward. l-3t
FOR SALE Splendid ten acre farm
home, near small town; good school
house and churches, good buildings;
some citrus and other fruits. Price!
olw. Satisfactory reason for selling.
Box 58, Candler, Fla. l-2t
FOR SALE American Adding Ma
chine, listing model, in good condition.
Reasonable. B. Goldman. 316t
this country when certain citizens
were reequired to take .the oath of al
legiance. St. Petersburg Times.
We all have to take an oath of al-
legance before we can be citizens,
Friend Naugle, but none of us have
to swear fealty to an autocrat.
MOTHERS' COOK BOOK
Some of our exchanges are poking
- I There is an old, old story, as old as Moth-
offered a prayer for peace and wis-J fcr MoreT
dom just before Senator Borah broke That, if you: rive, the world gives back
Ioosr with n vitriolic attack on various I to you,
other public men. Nobody ever. pays .J. '"I"" SS.
attention, to the chaplain of the. Sen-1 To give the world a cherry smile or two!
ate. House or any other legislative
body. Its an ecclesiastical graft and
should be abolished.
Secretary Daniels labored under the
impression that 1t was more necessary
to fill the lockers of the American
warships 1 with schoolbooks than with
shellsl Scholarship is a fine thing,
but shootmanship is yet more import important
ant important to a man-of-war's man;
. Governor Sproul of Pennsylvania,
says: "The American people learned
to talk during the war drives and
some of them haven't stopped. There
has been a lot of talk about hard
times, but not enough work to avoid
the rough spots."
There is a great deal of inconven inconvenience
ience inconvenience caused to -the people who travel
' in and out of town on North Magno-
lia street and the Kendrick road -by
. the high-handed manner in which the
Another candidate is in the field
for the important office of tax as assessor.
sessor. assessor. It is Mr. W. C. Credle of An An-thony.
thony. An-thony. Mr. Credle is a well-known
man with a high record for intelli intelligence
gence intelligence and good citizenship. His en entry
try entry adds to the uncertainty and con consequently
sequently consequently to the interest of the cam campaign.
paign. campaign. Before the world war, the Ameri American
can American government's expenses amounted
to $1,000,000,000 a year. Now as high
as $6,000,000,000 is the estimated nec necessary
essary necessary outlay. A few years ago th6
government had 10,000 civil servants;
now its civil servants number 800,000.
Politicians are bad "hombres," it
seems. One is said to have gouged
an editor's eye out because he was
not "given a free write-up." Editors
might adopt some sort of an iron
mask to protect their eyes. Plant
Practice in fanning the hammer of
a six-shooter will beat a mask.
Seaboard blocks the crossing.-. .The
Star is informed that it is a common in the voting of 117 posts
The latest issue of the H6me Sec Sector
tor Sector says: "Two to one., against a
military man for president, five to
one in favor of a federal cash bonus
for veterans, three to one in favor of
the repeal of the prohibition amend amendment,
ment, amendment, three to two in favor of com compulsory
pulsory compulsory military ; training these were
the proportions which were returned
FOR SALE CHEAP Four used U. S.
34x4 casings and tubes, practically as
good as new. Carroll Motors Co. 3t
TOTEM'S MJT0 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 fac-
tory-like look. Most of the
J good-looking cars you see are
Z out work.
TOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a patent wax paste
tthat makes old tops absolutely waterproof.
J PAINTING Autos painted, striped and finished in the best of
r UPHOLSTERING We are prepared to give you satisfactory ser ser-'
' ser-' vice in upholstering backs, seats or cushions.
r TIMES, TUBES GAS and OILS
J tt LET US REPAIR, PAINT AND UPHOLSTER YOUR CAR, SO
- YOU CAN ENJOY IT YOURSELF OR SELL TO ADVANTAGE.
I MJTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED
nVfaH SOUTH MAGNOLIA STREET H7!x.S
uieaiiaoLD metropolitan theater & lorlda
Those who are fortunate enough to
have a saddle of venison will enjoy
'Let the haunch hang for a week In
a cold place. The day before It Is
to be used, wash in warm vinegar and
water, then rub with butter to soften
the skin. Cover the top and sides with
well greased paper and over this put
a layer of paste made from flour and
water mixed together. The next day
put the venison into a baking pan, al allowing
lowing allowing three hours for a 12-pound
roast Add a pint of water to the pan
and cover closely. The oven should
be hot.. At the end of an hour baste
well. Half an hour before serving, re-"
move the papers and baste thoroughly
with a cupful of cider and a table table-spoonful
spoonful table-spoonful of melted butter. Dredge
with flour and return to the oven to
brown. Repeat the basting four times.
When the roast Is ready to serve re remove
move remove to a hot platter and take off
the surplus fat from the gravy. Add
a tablespoonful of flour and stir until
well browned. Add a cupful of cider
salt and -pepper to taste. Stir well,
add half a glassful of currant Jelly,
and when It is melted pour the gravy
Into the gravy boat.
Almond Stuffing for Fowt.
Use only the white crumbs of bread
well dried. For three-fourths of a
pound of crumbs (the inside of 'a
pound loaf) allow six tablespoonfuls
of butter. Melt the butter and toss
in the crumbs, stirring until all are
covered with butter. Blanch one-fourth
pound of sweet almonds, chop
rather fine, then pound to a- paste ; add
the white of egg as needed to keep
the paste from becoming oily. Beat
the yolks of three eggs, add half a
cupful of cream, a pinch of nutmeg
and half a teaspoonful of salt, beat
again and add the bread crumbs alter
nating with the almond. Beat the
whites of the eggs stiff and fold into
the mixture. Do not press too closely
when stuffing as the dressing swells.
Any leftover dressing may be shaped
in a small loaf and baked in the pan
with the fowl.
Take two cupfuls of fine bread
crumbs, the same of chopped suet, one
cupful of sugar, half a pound each of
raisins, currants and chopped nut.
meats, one-fourth pound of sliced cit citron,
ron, citron, one-half cupful of flour, one-half
nutmeg grated, one-half teaspoonful
of salt, one-fourth teaspoonful of
mace, four eggs, beaten light, and
one cupful of milk. Mix and steam
six hours in a buttered mold. Serve
with hard sauce
Kanaka Swimmers Salvage
Valuables From Schooner
One of the characteristic and invit inviting
ing inviting features of life at Honolulu la the
surf-bathing and swimming, in which
the natives are distinguished. Their
skill in the-water, however, is some something
thing something more than a national pastime.
This may be seen from the fact that
expert Kanaka swimmers have sal salvaged
vaged salvaged 30Q tons of cocoanut on from
the cargo of a stranded schooner. The
natives as divers and swimmers recov recovered
ered recovered these valuable goods.
EU1CK SIX FOR SALE A light!
Buick six, five-passenger car. Apply
at Carroll Motors Co. 31-3t
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
prevail until further notice. B. Gold-1
man, Ocala, Fla. 31-tf
FOR SALE 1919 Chevrolet
Touring Car; overhauled and
painted;' new battery with manu manufacturer's
facturer's manufacturer's guarantee for one year.
Star unclassified ads. turn the trick.
PHILIP G. MURPHY,
Gary Block; Ocala.
WANTED At once, boy from six sixteen
teen sixteen years up. Apply Williams News
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
ments, for sale at a bargain, Ad
dress Box 609, city. 29-6t
FOR SALE Gasoline range (Detroit
vapor) as good as new. Reason for
selling am leaving the city. Apply
Mrs. H. Blackburn, 15 West Fifth
MULE FOR SALE-One bay mule,
cheap for cash. Apply to William
Michael, Santos, Fla. 30-6t
FOR SALE Team of young
medium size mules. Per
fectly sound and gentle, price
$670. Eastlake Investment
Co. Eastlake, Fla. 30-6t
apartments for light housekeeping In
desirable neighborhood. Apply W"
care Star. 3-27-6t
FOR SALE One nice Jersey cow.
Will be frehs in about three or four
weeks. W. D. Cam. 27-6t
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 seTl
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamel ware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
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 Address
dress Address P. O. Box 424. Ocala, Fla. 25-tf
WANTED To rent furnished apart apartment
ment apartment or house. Permanent. Best of
references. Address. Box 429. 3-27-6t
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.
Snaw,: Quincy, Fla., or office of this
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Two rooms, suitable for light house-
wj1 f. a fk i
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A name that means style
otner imiiic in liic ciuliiiii wuuu mtano
style so spontaneously as Society Brand,
Not only are they authoritative in style but
proportioned to fit all types of men without
tedious measurings and fittings.
FOR YOU NG MEN AND MEN WHO STAY YOUNG
They express alertness and are made ta retain
;heir stylish lines until the very fabric vveafT
Besides the Society Brand of Clothing we carry
a complete line of the following well known
brands of Men's Wear: Emerson, Dunlapand
Douglas Shoes, Arrow Collars, B.V.D. Under Underwear,
wear, Underwear, Swann Hats. The most elegant line of
Straw Hats and Fancy Silk Shirts ever brought
to Ocala and at prices that will surprise you,
Our line of Work Shirts, Shoes and Clothing
is unsurpassed in this part of the state.
Y. M. B. 0. D.
Your Money Back On Demand.
OCA LA EVENING" STAR,' FRIDAY, APBIL:2. MIS
'In anM C
Money In The Shelves
Wluit would you do if. you knew that there was
;i store in this man's town that had money stick sticking
ing sticking around in ail the shelve and all you had to
do vviis Xi go in and
Pick the Money Off She Shelves?
Weil, at the 41 U Serve Grocery it amounts to
thi same thing. Every time you make a purchase
you save money. What's the difference ?
If you Pay Cash, why not save what it costs the
service store to serve you, and U-SERVE?
At this store YOU SERVE, It costs us very lit little
tle little to conduct the business, so You Save. You get
It may be a very small difference on a single
item, but if you patronize this store regularly you
wilL note quite a saving during the week.
There is a price tag on all goods You wait on
yourself, You soon learn where the goods are and
it's a pleasure to wait on yourself. Why wouldn?t
you make a good clerk?
CASH AND CARRY
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf.
i i 1 ijjl j '-
i ( a
Ocala House Block,
Opp. Court House.
A bargain In a five-passenger Hup Hup-mobile,
mobile, Hup-mobile, at Carroll Motors Co. 31-3t
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
Any clever artist
can make a good
tloof:ing shoe on
It takes years of
-- experience to
make a shoe that
tvill (ppk well,
wear well and Jit
well on ypur aef.
Th&t is why we recommend
-t THROUGH V
K; LOWING when to buy mate mate-i.
i. mate-i. ViaU means a big saving in cost
Knowing how to design shoes means
smart styles with a maximum of
And finally the Emerson trade mark on the
sole is a pledge of quality that hat beev
maintained for forty years.
Let your next pair of shoes be Emersom.
We carry a wide variety of styles. Come
in and M ua show them to you. You will
he surprised o fijo tlP rMionahle they
are in price.
Y. M. B. O. D.
A Commplletle Lnims m
If you have -any society items,
Mrs. J. M. Douglas of Weirsdale,
is a visitor in the city today.
Men's Shirts from $2
Walkley & Barnett's.
Mr. Joe Borden of Newberry is a
welcome visitor in the city for a
couple of das. r
Special sale beginning Monday. A
ixty-eent jar Coco Butter Cold
Cream and a fifty-cent box Charmona
Face Powder, both for 63 cents at
Ceng's Drug Store. 6-tf
' Mrs. G. A. Flewellen and Mrs. E.
VY. Rush of Mcintosh were shoppesr
in Ocala Thursday.
The new spirng suits for men and
boys have arrived. Come in and get
yours. Rheinauer's. l-3t
Mr. D. F. -Brass; a prominent at attorney
torney attorney of Jacksonville, is in the city
attending to professional business.
A limited number of Victrolas on
hand at THE BOOK SHOP. l-3t
Rev. W. F. Creson. of Port Gibson,
Miss., 'has been called to fill the pul pulpit
pit pulpit of the Presbyterian church of this
city, which he will occupy about May
Fint Leghorn Hats just received,
$6.50 to" $9. Special values, at Walk-
ley & Barnett's. It
Mrs. J. K. Dickson is expecting
Mrs. James A. Stall of Birmingham,
to arrive in the r city, thi safternoon
to be her guets for the next several
Stop! Have you tried .Federal Bread.
the "best bread : in the world." 20-tf
Victor Records for April
THE BOOK SHOP.
Mrs. DeWitt Griffin and pretty lit
tle daughter returned yesterday aft aft-ernoo
ernoo aft-ernoo nfrom Tampa, where they had
been visiting Mrs. Griffin's mother,
Mrs. Whetherell for the past several
Sixty-three cents buys the ben--Cold
Cream and one of the best Fac
Powders on the market. Special sale
price at Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf
; Special values in Men's Socks, 35c,
three pair for $1. Walkley & Barnett.
Mrs. Hattie S. Manly and corapan-
ion, Mrs. Swicegood, after a week's j
i. visit in the city guests at the home
of Mrs. Manly's niece, Mrs. E. T. Hel-I
venston and Mrs. W. T. Gary, left
I yesterday-afternoon for their home in i
Greenville, S. C.
Victrolas are hard to get. We have
a few. THE BOOK SHOP. 1-St
Men: come in and get your new!
Straw hat for Easter. Rheinauer's. 3t
In yesterday's paper we stated that
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Borland were inj
Miami, when it should have been Mr.
and Mrs. F. H. Logan and family. Mr.
and Mrs. Logan and two children re returned
turned returned last evening from their week's
tour of the East Coast.
Who wants my special built Ford
roadster? Make me an offer. F. Van
Horn, at B. F. Condon's. 31-4t
Let us show you our Suits .before
you place your order for your next
one. Walkley & Barnett.- It
The many firends of Mrs. D E.Mc E.Mc-Iver
Iver E.Mc-Iver will regret to learn that she is
critically ill at her home. It is the
sincere7 hope' of the friends of this
family that the condition of Mrs. Mc Mc-Iver
Iver Mc-Iver will take a turn for the better
at an early date.
All of the BEST MAGAZINES at
THE BOOK SHOP. l-3t
Mr. and Mrs. O. Hendrix, after a
short but pleasant visit at the home
of the latter's brother, Mr. A. C. Price
and family, will leave this afternoon
for their home at -Akron. Ohio. Mr.
and Mrs. Hendrix have spent the' win
ter in different parts of the south.
April Victor records at THE BOOK
The .News-Leader of Richmond,
Va., tell sof'two large residential
trades just cpnsummated wheerny
Mr. James I. Miller, a brother of Mrs,
F. E. Wetherl?ee pf this city, became
the owner pf an elegant mansion in
Richmond. The following extract is
taken from the article: MThe ArenU I
home, formerly the home of the late I
Major Lewis Ginter, is one of the
largest and handsomest mansions in
Richmond and was erected about 1890.
It was sold ercently to Fred W. Scott
for $112,000 and Mr. Scott-later turn turned
ed turned over his trade to Mr. Miller, hav having
ing having purchased largely to protect the
neighhorhood and prevent the erec erection
tion erection of high apartments on the lot
adjoining his own home. Mr. Miller
already has acquired the Wallerstein
homp. hut lin5 nnw tnrnH tViat. rmn-
! 7 ?
erty over to Ur. Uryan lor $6l,oUU,
and will occupy the Arentz residence,
while Dr. Bryan will move shortly to
the property he has acquired on
The following were a few of the
visitors noted on the streets yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Mrs. R. L. Martin, Miami; Mrs.
J. Bottleman and daughter, Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; Mrs. F. T. Hirring and Miss
Fthel Hirring, Morriston; Misses
Maigaret and Grace Snook, Weirs Weirsdale;
dale; Weirsdale; Mrs. Lester Wheeler and Mrs.
S. J. Martin, Moss Bluff; Miss Clara
Mae Crosby, Belleview; Miss Esther
Harrelson, Summerfield; Miss Ollie
Caree, Long Point, 111.; Mrs. J. S.
Mortland, Streator, 111.; Mrs. O
Little Drops of Water.
It has been MtHtett that people are an
Ignorant of the size of tht? ea hS they
are of matters denling with astronomy.
Few art aware, for instance, that
the Pacific oreau covers GS.L.0Xi
miles; the Atlantic 3o.0tij.ouo miles
ami the liulinn ocean. Antic, ami
Antarctic 42.0m) noo.
To stow awny the content? of the
Pacific -it would le ne''nry to fill
a talis one iriin nii on ium? witie
n1 one uiile fleep. every-?v for -Ho
years. Put in hure. iLe Pacific hold
Id e!gh! ooooO "WmhhX) h ooo
Tlie Atlantic averages a depth of not
quite three ir.lles. Its waters weigh
32.000.00X)0,o0ft.000.000 tons, and a
tank to contain it would hare each
of its side 4: 10 miles long.
Believes-in Physical Training.
Marguerite L. Smith, elected to the
New York state assembly from the
Nineteenth New York district. Is twen
ty-five years old and a specialist In
physical training and her election Is,
she believes, the natural outgrowth of
the work she has been doing In her
community all through the war. She
will not give up her work as physical
director In the Horace Mann 'Elemen
tary school, where she Is also super supervisor
visor supervisor of girls' clubs.
In the summer for several years
Miss Smith has been director of the
physical training and dancing at Camp
Hanoun, a girls' camp In Vermont, and
has also superintended the girls' hikes
through the White mountains.
When she was In a teachers college
Miss Smith was president of the ath
letic association for two years and re received
ceived received the highest Individual score for
athletics In her senior year.
I never had any legislative or p-.
lltical plans for myself," she says. "I
haven't, now. But I want to keep on
working for the people of my own com
munity In whatever way I can."
WINTER COLDS COLDS-BAD
BAD COLDS-BAD BLOOD
You are pale, thin, weak with
little vitality. Your liver is slug sluggish
gish sluggish and the bad blood causes your
stomach muscles to lose their elas elasticity
ticity elasticity and become flabby and weak
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery,
covery, Discovery, made from wild roots and
VtovVa orrl fraa fmm lAVirl nv
narcotics, is the great and powerful
blood purifier of to-day. Ingredi
ents printed on wrapper. This
tonic, in liquid or tablet form, is
just what you need to give you
vim, vigor and vitality.
Tike the 'Discovery' as directed
and it will search out impure and
poisonous matter throughout the
system and eliminate it through
the natural channels.
You can procure a trial package
of the tablets by sending 10c. to
the Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.
ALiOON, Ga. "I might say I raised
my family on Doctor Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. It is the belt
medicine I have known (or coughs. -1
always gave it to my children and it
was excellent, not only helped the
cough but also gave them strength.
Last fall the influenza left me with a
bad cough and otherwise run-dowh.
I took a couple of bottles of 'Goldtn
Medical Discovery' and it rid me of
the cough and built me up in health.
'Golden Medical Discovery' is ths
best medicine I have ever used in ray
family to purify the blood and drive
' out impurities from the system ."-Mas,
J. S. Mebckh, No, 8140 Second St.
OAK and PINE
Cut to Any Length
GILES WOOD YARD
Guaranteed to Relieve Pain,
Rheumatism Neuralgia etc
AST1 IX A.T
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This world should practice charity
in all things, especially in home af affairs.
fairs. affairs. There are few people who
haven't same one in the family whose
name is never mentioned.
It is not the amount of money that
a man makes that marks him a suc
cess in life, but what he does
what he makes.
Men are funny folks. If you tell a
man he is the finest in the world one
day, you must repeat it tomorrow, or
he will think your love is growing
A lady we know has her clothes
irade to fit her. Another has herself
made to fit her clothes.
man what disease he feare
most and he will say "Bright's dis disease,"
ease," disease," thinking of himself. Ask a
woman the same question and she will
say "diphtheria," thinking of her
Arthur Brisbane, the million dollar
a year editor (more or less) says the
discreet woman is the one whose hus
band after seven years of marriage,
doesn't know whether her hair is true
Xt 0 i
No woman need envy the Sphinx herL.
,.--c.i, : i j
One of the most charming sights
in the world toJ behold is a girl stir
ring cheese in a chafing dish, wearing
an air of deep concern when it "bun "bunnies"
nies" "bunnies" at the sides and requires still
Nothing sickens a man of his pet
theory like seeing it in operation.
A book is a mysterious bond of
union, and by their tastes in books do
a man and woman unerringly know
each other. Just lend a volume to a
girl, with faint pencil marks against
the tenderest passages. Oh, boy! She
only has to leave here and there a
dropped violet or a timid confirmatory
initial for you to know at once your
fate. Cupid is the high priest at these
rights, and of reading aloud and of
discussing everything under the sun.
Reformations by marriage are few
and far between. Men more often die
of wounded conceit than, broken
hearts. Men have died and been eaten
by worms, but not for love,
save on the stage and in the stories
young girls cry over.
m m m
"Woman;" says a wise guy. "has
three weapons, "flattery, food and
There are three things man is des
tined never to solve: perpetual motion,
the square of the circle and the heart
of a woman.
Love is the bread and wine of life,
the hunger and the. thirst, the hurt
and. the healing, the only wound that
is cured by another; the guest that
comes like a thief in the night; the
eternal question which is its own an-
awcr' the thing which has no begin-
linig nu (iu ciiu, lue ueiigni. ana tor
ment of the world.
An old fashioned woman says our
middle class girls are so lazy, selfish,
spoiled and dissatisfied that it makes
her all the more proud of being a mid mid-Victorian.
Victorian. mid-Victorian. Well, we wonder how
many of today's girls have any idea
of what either "middle class" or "mid "mid-Victorian'
Victorian' "mid-Victorian' means. Speak out, girls,
there won't be any hard feelings.
If a pair of bow-legs or a bald
head is keeping any man from get getting
ting getting a leap year proposal, he can
probably-win out by sprinkling a lit-
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117 East Oklawaha Aveaue
PHONE S55 RESIDENCE PHONE 22S
tie gasoline on his clothes. An auto
offsets many shortcomings. One
bacheolr told us a few days ago he
"was just as good as married." But
Lis "friends observe the -odor of his
orange bloss6m fancy is heavily over overshadowed
shadowed overshadowed by the gasol&e fumes from
a model 1920 did we say Buick?
The scientists tell us that the best
type of man for long life is rathe
short and below the normal weight.
rugnt nere is wnere we see several
mighty good looking "future" widow
A popular pastor tell3 us "salvation
is iree. He probably tells that oi
salvation because he can't say it of
We never hear (in song or story)
any more of the humble cottage. Well,
no cottage should be humble in these
'Oh, Lordy," gasped a perfect piece
of feminine beauty, as she gently
flung herself into a spacious lounging
chair in the office of one of Ocala's
most popular fire insurance men. "J
am sick to death." "Sick!" screeched
the astonished young man. "Now what
on earth has happened to you?" he
inquired with all tender solicittudc.
'Gee, but I'm sick. I tell you. I have
been down to Silver Springs looking
I A. iL C 1 J 1 a 1 i
i me iisnes ana everyxnine inrouim i
l"v 6uu... uiuu in mill-1
c-i wiuug biuc uuu its, inaia wnai
.Ninety day and old fashion velvet
corn. Ucaia beed Store, nnone 435. tz
Men's Straw Hats, $2.75 and up, at
Walkley & Barnett's.
THC-- Glasses hpln rolat vnnr
JmlU uiasses nep relax your
ucives, aiu m ewppuig
. Headaches and lengthen!
-. vs." J
we" your worries.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
CHANGE HERE: I
For a new Goodrich tire.
If your casings are get-,
ting doubtful, bring them
by and let us rejuvenate
them. Re-tread work on
old casings is our spec specialty.
ialty. specialty. BLALOtK BROS.
Corner of Oklawaha and Main
simmons Phone 71
Solves the mi lb
problem if you
cannot get ; fresh
AND BUILD Eli
Careful Estimates mafia on all Cca Cca-tract
tract Cca-tract work.-, Gives llore and Btttsr
Work for the Money than any cihar
ntractor.in ths city.
, Ocala. FBl. March 3. 1120.
I. W .ii. . 7
.uuuwmK 5ciau wut scnooi ma-
tricta, elections for the vmtw of de-
lermininx who hall t. trinti of mi
termlnlnx who aha.ll t tjnt
district for the ensuing term or two
years and also to determine he rate of
taxation for school purpose tha.t raalt
be assessed and collected for the easu
ins two years in each of said districts.
The following duly qualified electors
are named as inspectors and clerks for
lor impossible for either of these Co
serve se is requested to secure a, suit
.w.v i wmju. 111. -'
Packham, : inspectors; f w. Ditto.
--an, JJ. ettyr W. iU
Dedmta. inspectors; T. I liickman.
Kins, inspectors; u. Stanley, cierk.
Paatmie cutrter n. 4
H B. Fsunt, J. B. George. P. J'lAIesser,
in?pector; M. R. Godwin, clerk.
Dmaell-Z$SctrUt NV 5
J. 1L Barkadale. T. JC Ncxtb. J. J.
Tltcomt, Inspector; C II. Hood, clerk.
lUddlck DUtrlct 2fw
J. W. Wilson. C. iL Cam, J. B. De-
vore, Inspectors; S. I rldy Jr clerk.
Fla LreJ Dlatrlet 2T. 7
J. T. Hom.-E.' TV. W. Jordan. W. I
Brooks, inspectors; B. -Turner, clerk.
lljirnile District 8
W. B. Cogglns. 6. & Klnglit Oeorge
Simpson, Inspectors; A. B. Co-srylm,
Weirsdale District Nevl i1
J. M. Doug-lAa, Ernes tLy tie E. C
Albertson, inspectors: V. C Black,
Cltra Dtstrlst 2f. It
W. J. Crosby. XX. T. Bherouse, IL &
Shortrldge, inspectors; C W. Drlvsr,
Grtaer Fame District Ns. 11
J. J. LAifTman. E. EL Perkins. Buford
Leltner, Inspectors; ii. It. Qrtsz, Clerk.
Bnelc PomeV District Wev 1J
T. P. Morgan, W D. Tou&r, J. D.
Wiggins, Inspectors; T. L iiatcntas,
Spsrr District 2fe. 13
E. Cleznmons, J. L Taylor, J. W. Col Colbert,
bert, Colbert, Inspectors; J. N. Simmons, clerk.
Cutler, District Ke.- 14
Dr.: A. Belcher, J. N. Marshall. CL W.
Quick, inspectors; A. McClain, clerk.
FeUswsMsy District IS
V. P. Potts. & D. Atkinson, O. W.
Mills, inspectors; J. L U. Hudgsns,
Eleetrs District Jim, 1
O. W. Brant; J. M. Mock,iM. ldpp!a-
cott, inspectors; J. is. viimns, clerk.?
Blltehtsa OUtriet W w 17
' L&ndis BUtch. O. II. Banders. J. W.
Coulter. Inspectors; B. C BUtcn. dark.
Hartcl District No. IS-
. B. 1 Freymouth, D. -A. Walker.: J. I
Miller, Inspectors; A. Outliill, clerk.
- Fort Kia DUtrict TTs,
W. 3. rousis, J. E. Baxter, F. CL Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, inspectors; O. O. Parker,; clexk.
Csvalet District" 2fs.;S-"
E. F. Brooklyn, W. B. Green, X IV
Hampton, inspectors; C L Fogelstrom,
I In ss si District Nev 21
C A. MCCxsnsy, OUtclxsll Bigdon, L
B. Boberts. Inspectors; ST. P. McCrsssy.
Cettes Plus District Hsv 23
J. D. Williams, A. W. Woodward,
Leroy WiUiams, inspectors; Mwsml
OrasjT Lke District N. 23
J. B. Burry, C E. Cork, W. B. Brab-
nam, inspectors; J. u. wnite, clerk.
Oak Bill District Jim. 24
IL W. NettUs, J. D. Fant, J. IL lie lie-Ewen,
Ewen, lie-Ewen, inspectors; Boy Meules, cisrk.
IIsm B lsC District Tim. 23
J P. Davis, JC Ia 'Martin, A. IL Head
o wm, laspecUtrs ; K. wt Fort, clerk.
FalrfteleV District New 23
H. 1C Scott, J. A. Jonss. A. W.
Yongue, inspectors; D. B. (Matbsws.
Ottasjs MlUr-DSstrict Nv 27
A. e. Pickett, I D. Beck, Inspectors;
H. U Bbearer. clerk.
Ckartcr Oak District Ifs. 23
T. W.'Bsxnett, W.'J. Pratt. W. J.
Wright, inspectors; J. A. ficroggls,
Pears District Jim. 23
H. P. Oliver, R. J. Perry, TL L.
Lewis, Inspectors; Walter Klchols,
Kcadrlck District S3
E..C McLeod. W. B. Livngston, Z.
Graham, inspectors; B. C Webo, clerk.
Ocklawaka District J!m. 21
- C. Connor. W. -. JAcG s ha gta, D.
Driggers, inspectors; J. T. Lwis, clerk.
BstdtTlUe DUtrtct Jim. S3
C L. fitrickland. F. IL Miller. Geo. If.
Dorr, inspectors; J. T. Townsend. clerk.
Pieasaat IiiU District Jim. 23
Willard BUtoh, Elbert Mills, R. D.
Mills, inspectors; L D. Curry, clerk.
Fort MeCsy District Ms. 34
J. W Stevens. U. B. Cameron. IL. A.
Hogan. inspectors; A. O. Uarper. clerkr
Aatasay District Jim. S3
IL JL. Meadows.C C Priest. R. IX.
ConnelL Inspectors; A. B. ilocre. clerk.
8saugscrcld District Km. S3
C P. Davis. P. W. Collens. A. D.Hiu
chell, inspectors; B. I Clrtmrn, clerk.
IlesselsasV District Jim. 27
C A.Carter, IL R Bodds&srrrf E.
T. Parker, inspectors; J.- F. Parker,
Ssilssi District If a. S3
EL A. Smltn, A. J. Wyche, W. T. -Whlt-
tlngton, inspectors; Willie Dreher.
' juwcu istrret nssS3
J. li neal, S. F. tloa. WlHiam fSiack.
ley. lnsectcrs; C II. Howell, cUnrk.
Grecmwss DUUXet Its. 43'
A. P. Hcnroe, Harxnca XIall- Wllllasa
Fant, lnspsctors; W. 1 liar tin, clsrk.
- DarlisaKPlstrSct ITsw 41
W. C. Jlefftie, J. 1Z. Jrlest. O. E. Hill.
Inspectors yU. 1. Turner, dark. ..
Also, patrons of all white schools and
the matrons of all colored schools sot
within special tax school district ter territory
ritory territory are called upon, to meet ca this
data and make recommendation V the
board of public instruction of enitiils
. Dersons to ze appointed suterrlJor oz
each school to serve tor the csrsins
It is ordered that this call for5 elec
tion shall ie duly published in ts
Ocala Banner and the Oca t ? la
each weekly edition from this Cxtm to
the time of holding the :ecti: a tr.a
alsd In the daily editions ct s aid r :;tn
once each week until ral-l iect-
Done ty order of the 'Us&ra f I'xiiiis
w. I COlJJi::iX..C3airr?a.
'W. D. CAH2, Carits-ry. -. 3-lS-viwt
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, APklL 2, 1920
L. T. IZIiA
Ocala - Florida
; ; SEEDS! y
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
50c. values in Wash Tie3 for 35c.
or three for $1, at Walkley & Bar Barrett's,
rett's, Barrett's, Ocala House block. It
Notice of special master's sale
Fertilizers, Moss, Cotton and
Cotton Seed Meal, Ilay, Pea Peanuts,
nuts, Peanuts, Goobers, Chufas,
Field Peas, Velvet
ALL FRESH GOODS
Chickens and Eggs, Potatoes,
Onions, Corn and in fact any anything
thing anything the farmer may have for
WE PAY CASH for every everything
thing everything we buy and demand cash
for everything we sell. Come
on and let's do business.
AND HIDE COMPANY
PHONE 400 OCALA, FLA.
Reward for arrest and
conviction of party or
parties desecrating tomb tombstones
stones tombstones in' Jewish Ceme Cemetery.
tery. Cemetery. Jake Brown.
I n rCts
I ill hnlinrr f f
t troubles take quick
f I leave. You go right I
ahead and mix up bak- V
ing materials, for biscuits biscuits-cakes
cakes biscuits-cakes anything without fear
of uncertainty. Calumet makes
you forget failure.
U the most popuicr because it does give
most Perfect results. It hzs the big biggest
gest biggest demand because it is the most de dependable.
pendable. dependable. The fact that it irthe big-
gest seiier proves uiul h i ui
Atrial will convince you that there is
none"iusta3ocd." Buy acan : you
ere not eatisfied take it back and
get your money tacK.
oliii-r.rtfr fnrt n!m rvnlv atifh lTHTTft.
dients a3 have been approved
I cfiicialiy by the U. t oou
You Ht wiea yea lor it.
Ta uh wken yea u it.
Notice Is hereby given that under and
by virtue of a final decree of foreclosure
entered In that certain cause pending
in the circuit court of the Fifth Judic Judicial
ial Judicial Circuit of the state of Florida, in
and for Marion county, in chancery,
in which Noble W. Harison is com complainant
plainant complainant and Ruth M. Giles et al., are
defendants, of date April 1st. A. D.
1520, J. the undersigrned special mas master
ter master in chancery appointed by the said
court to execute the provisions of said
decree, .shall offer for sale and sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash,
in front of the south door of the Mar Marion
ion Marion county court house in Ocala, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on
Monday, May 3rd, A. D. 1920
between the hours of 11 o'clock a, m.
and 2 o'clock p. m, the lanLs and per personal
sonal personal property described in said de decree,
cree, decree, said lands and personal property
being situated in Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, to-wit:
Beginning at the northwest corner
of .block 52. Old Survey, Ocala, Florida
running thence east one hundred and
thirty-four (.134) feet, thence runninfe
south one hundred and twenty (120)
feet, thence running west fifteen (15)
feet, thence running south twelve (12)
feet, thence running west one hundred
and nineteen (119) feet, thence run running
ning running north one hundred and thirty thirty-two
two thirty-two (132) feet to point of -beginning:,
also all machinery, engines, gins, etc.,
located, stored and affixed in and to
the factory located on the lot in block
52, above described, which said ma machinery
chinery machinery consists of one No. 6 Erie en engine
gine engine 25-HP. ; one side crank stationery
engine; one moss gin; two Horn &
Green cotton gins; one Coleman cot
ton gin; one cotton and moss press,
together with all attachments. ap
paratus, gearing, 'belting, etc.. connect
ed with said machinery, gins, etc.;
and also, the south half (s) of .block
6 3, Old Survey, City of Ocala, Florida.
In making the said sale I shall first
offer for sale the following portion of
said described lands, to-wit:
Beginning at the northwest corner of
block 52. Old Survey. Ocala, Florida,
running thence east 134 feet, thence
running south 120 feet, thence running
west la feet, thence running south 12
feet, thence running west 119 feet,
thence running north 132 feet to point
and shall secondly offer for ale the
following described personal property,
All machinery, engines, gins, etc.,
located, stored and affixed in and to
the factory located on the lot in lock
52, Old Survey, Ocala, Florida, above
described, which said machinery con
sists of one No. 6 Erie engine 25-ii;
one side crank, stationary engine; one
moss ginr two Horn & Ureen cotton
gins; one Coleman cotton gin; one cot
ton and moss press, together with all
attachments, apparatus, gearing, belt
ing, etc.. connected with the said ma
chinery, engines, gins. etc.
and shall then offer tor sale the fol
lowing described portion of the mort
gaged premises, to-wlt:
t&outn nan 01 oiook ts. uia
Survey, Ocala, Florida.
After offering the mortgaged prop
erty in separate portions as above de
scribed, 1 shall then offer for sale the
entire mortgaged property as herein
above described as a whole.
And if at the said sale the sum total
of the amounts hid therefor for the
separate portions above described
shall exceed the amount ;bid for the
entire mortgaged property as a whole.
then the said property will be sold to
the respective ibidders therefor; hut if
the amount offered at said sale for the
entire mortgaged property when offer
ed as a wnole snail exceed the sum
total of the (bids offered for the sep
arate portions as above described, then
the entire mortgaged property shall be
sold to the highest and ibest- bidder
therefor for cash, or so much thereof
as may be necessary to satisfy the said
itnal decree and costs of this suit
Said sale to he made subject to the
confirmation of the court.
D. NIEL. FERGUSON.
1 W. DUVAL. Special Master.
Complainant's Solicitor. 4-2-Fri
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
Try Our Delivery Service
, When You Want Meat
JUST ask US over the 'phone what you ought to
have for dinner, and we'll suggest something you
want, and get it to you NOW. Quick delivery service
is here for your accommodation. Use it. Our 'phone
Temperature this morning, 60; this
The best boy's wash suits
are now in at Kneinauer 3.
Mr. W. V. Wheeler of Tampa has
been in the city, visiting his numer
ous friends here.
Victrolis, $25, $35 and $75 at THE
BOOK SHOP. l-3t
Easter Shirts and Ties at Walkley
& Barnett's. Ocala House block. It
Mrs. Anna Tweedy, after a several
aays visit here, has returned to her
home in DeLand.
50c. values in Wash Ties for 35c.
or three for $1, at Walkley & Bar
nett's, Ocala House block. It
Lastlyceum entertainment at the
Woman's Club, this evening, April 2,
at 8:30 o'clock. Maude Stevens Con Conceit
ceit Conceit Company. 31-3t
Miss Martha Powell of Fort Myers,
is the attractive guest 01 Miss AI-
leyne Rodgers for several weeks.
Easter Shirts and Ties at Walkley
& Barnett's. Ocala House block. It
Mr. Mullen of Washington, after a
pleasant two months visit in the city,
a guest at the Harrington Hall, left
yesterday afternoon for his home. Mr.
Mullen is a brother of Mrs. N. W.
Meadows of this city, who with her
husband only recently moved to Ocala,
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
W. H. MARSH I
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SAIE
LUJO LL O
, Distributor for
OVERLAND AND WILLYS-KNIGHT AUTOS
Full line Goodyear and United State Tires
EXIibE STORAGE BATTERIES
GAS, OILS AND GREASE
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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 15, helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving you
better food and greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
Notice is hereby given that under
and 'by virtue of a final decree of fore foreclosure
closure foreclosure entered in that certain cause
pending In the circuit of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit of the state of Florida,
in and for Marion county, in chancery,
in which No-hie W. Ilarison is com complainant
plainant complainant and The George Giles Com Company,
pany, Company, et aL, are defendants of date
1st day of April, A. D. 1920, I, the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned special master in chancery
appointed by said court to execute the
provisions of said decree, shall offer
tor sale and sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash, in front of the
south door of Marion county court
house in Ocala, Florida, on
Monday, May 3d, A. D. 1920,
ibetween the hours of 11 o'clock a. ju.
and 2 o'clock p. m., the lands describ described
ed described in said decree and situated in Ocala,
Marion county, Florida, and more par particularly
ticularly particularly described as follows:
Jbots two (2.) and three (3), .block
sixty-nine (6y, Old Survey, Ocala,
In making the said sale I shall first
oner the following described portion
01 saia xanas, lo-wit:
.Lot 2. block 69. Old Survey, Ocala.
and shall then offer the following de described
scribed described portions of said lands, to-wit:
lMt 3. of iblock -69. Old (Survey; Ocala,
Ana snail tnen oner xor sale as a
whole the entire mortgaged premises,
-Lota 2 and 3. .block 69. Old Survey.
ucaia, jj ioriaa.
If at said sale the sum total of the
amount ibid therefor for the separate
tracts or portions as above described
shall exceed the amount bid for the
entire mortgaged premises when of
zerea as a wnole, then the said prop,
erty will be sold to the respective bid
ders for the separate portions; but if
tae amount offered and ibid for the en
tire mortgaged premises as a whole
shall exceed the sum total of the bids
for the separate portions as above de
scribed, then the said mortgaged prem
ises will be sold to the highest and
Desi Diaaer tnereior xor casn; or so
much thereof as may .be necessary to
satisfy the said final decree and costs
of this suit. Said sale subject to con confirmation
firmation confirmation by the court.
D. NIEL, FERGUSON,
L. VV. DUVAL, Special Master.
KJomplainant s Solicitor. 4-2rFri
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Notice is hereby given that the tax
assessment roll for the city of Ocala
for the year 1920. is completed as
same will ,be presented to the city
council 01 tne saia city.
The said tax roll .will toe open for In
spection during office hours at the
city clerk's office, from this date until
the 2nd Tuesday in April, being the
inn aay 01 said month, on which date
at 8 o'clock p. m. the city council will
sit as an equalization board to hear
complaints against assessments as
made by the city tax assessor and to
correct assessments of value of prop property.
erty. property. All complaints must 'be made to
th city council in writing on or before
the date aforesaid.
This the 2nd day of April, A. D. 1920.
(Seal) H. C. S1STRUNK,
City Clerk and Assessor of Taxes of
the City of Ocala. Florida. 4-2-lt
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Flhioee 296 ?
Lnder and by virtue of an execution
issued out of and under the seal of
the circuit court of Marion county,
Florida dated the 5th day of January,
A. D. 1920. wherein H. A. James & Co.,
Inc., a corporation, is "plaintiff and
Ocala Knitting & "Manufacturing Com Company,
pany, Company, a Florida corporation, is defend defendant.
ant. defendant. I have levied upon and will offer
for sale and sell the same to the high highest
est highest and best .bidder for cash between
the legal hours of sale, on
Monday, May 3rd, A. D. 1920,
at the west door of the Marion county
court house, in Ocala, Florida, the fol following
lowing following described personal property,
to-wit: All yarn, thread and cloth,
and all clothing and garments manu manufactured
factured manufactured or in process of manufacture
located In the building occupied by
Ocala Knitting & Manufacturing Com
pany, which said building is located
on lot two of block sixty-nine. Old
Survey, Ocala, Florida. Said sale be being
ing being made to realize the money on said
execution mentioned with costs of sale
and other expeneses.
J. P. GALLOWAY,
Sheriff of Marion County, Florida.
D. NIEL FERGUSON,
Plaintiff's Attorney. 4-2-frl
6:42 a. tti.
1.25 p. m.
3:25 p. m.
(Qcala A tit and Garage CoBMpaimy
(Successors to Gates Garage)
Agents for (jiiandler and Oldsmobile Cars'
Supplies of All Kinds.
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goody earTires.
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.
iverecl to CDcala
and are occupying the house on
South Fourth street where Mr. R. M.
Martin and family resided prior to
leaving for Femandina.
Save money on your Straw Hat .it
Walkley & Barnett's. It
Mr. Karl Weihe has dressed the
show window in Weihe's jewelry store
most tastefully, and many passers-by
stop to see it.
Genuine Panama Hats, $6 at Walk Walk-ley
ley Walk-ley & Barnett's. It
COUGHS AND COLDS
Williams' 101 Tonic Also Ideal
for Malaria and Grippe
Three compounds, Iron, Quinine
and Magnesia, have known value in
the treatment of Colds, Malaria and
LaGrippe. Quinine clears out the
disease germs from the blood. Mag Magnesia
nesia Magnesia purges the whole system of its
accumulated poisons. Iron Strength Strengthens
ens Strengthens and invigorates the body through
All are necessary to a successful
treatment. All are in Dr. Williams'
101 Tonic correctly proportioned.
That's why 101 Tonic is universally
known and used. 1
25c and 50c bottles for sale at your
drug store. Adv. No. 3 y
Genuine Panama Hats, $0 at Walk Walk-ley
ley Walk-ley & Barnett's. It
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Ocala Athletic Asso Association
ciation Association will be held April 6th, 1920, at
2 s p. m., in room No. 9, Merchants'
block, Ocala, Fla., for the purpose of
electing officers an4 directors and
transacting such other business as
iay come before the meeting.
Geo. K. Robinson, Secretary.
C W. Hunter, President.
Ail 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 particularlyxas regards eatables.
II you trade with us you will at least
have the benefit of our experience.
'jfttrrttTfTT? 1 1 .. rriiil
ti i wVni i
All customers of Federal Bread are!
satisfied customers. Ask them. tf
FEE WMPSOM HOTEL
in tne Heart ol tne city witn Hemming rark ior
K try modern convenience in each room. Dining room
second to none
a front yard.
ROBERT Al. MKYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGII
Special values in Men's Socks, 35c.,
three pair for $1. Walkley & Barnett.
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 this evening. 31-3t
To Men and Boys
rpODAY, APRIL SECOND, vill lonjj be remembered in Ocala, as
1 the Opening Day of the GUARANTEE CLOTHING & SHOE
COMPANY'S new store at the corner of Ocklawaha Avenue and
Every line of goods we have in this immense stock is brand new
as is also the store in which we are doing business nothing old
about the place, except our motto, which ks 44 Your Money Back
On Demand." Read over the well known brands of goods we carry
and you will understand why we make claim to the. BEST to be
had: Society Brand Clothes, Emerson, Dunlap and Douglas Shoes,
Arrow Collars, Swann Felt Hats, Iudestructo Wardrobe Trunks
and Bags, besides the most up-to-date line of Silk Shirts, Neck Neckwear
wear Neckwear and Underwear. Sole agency for Carhart Overalls, also full
lines of Work Clothing, Shoes, Shirts, Etc
We take this opportunity to tell our patrons that it is only their
constant loyalty that has enabled us to open such elaborate quar quarters,
ters, quarters, which are beyond doubt the finest in Ocala. We shall con continue
tinue continue to give you the best that money can buy and at prices that
will satisfy those who can judge high class merchandise, and we
invite you to call and see us in our new quarters.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co.
Y. M. B. CD.
Your "loiify Hark on Drmand &
Corner Ocklawaha 'and Magnolia Street
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