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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Weather Forecast: Showers and
thunderstorms this afternoon and to tonight;
night; tonight; Tuesday fair and cooler.
OGALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, AI'IML 12, 1920.
VOL 2G, NO. 8G
If the County Does Not Get State Aid, it Must Pay State Taxes Just the Same

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BETTER DO SOI
REAL BUSINESS

Republicans and Democrats Putting in
Time in Uselessly Chewing
the Rag
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 12. The repub republican
lican republican majority charges the govern government
ment government lost $78,000,000 through waste
in efficiency and holds Secretary Ba Baker
ker Baker responsible, while the democratic
minority defends Baker, saying the
record was a notable achievement, in
the report of the investigating com com-mitee
mitee com-mitee in building army war camps.
The minority declares the average
time consumed in the construction of
each building at the sixteen canton cantonments
ments cantonments was forty-six minutes.
OPPOSES EVERYTHING THAT IS
ANTI-GERMAN
A sharp controversy is promised in
the Senate over the plan to make the
draft automatically effective upon the
declaration of war. Senator Reed ad advised
vised advised the leaders that he and others
would oppose the plan.
HOW WOULD THAT HELP?
The House rules committee will be
called upon to decide whether Con Congress
gress Congress shall investigate the federal re reserve
serve reserve system. Representative King,
republican, urging immediate adop adoption
tion adoption of an investigation resolution, de declared
clared declared that seventy-five per cent of
the high cost of living is due to the
financing of "speculators and hoard hoarders."
ers." hoarders." PROSECUTING THE PICKETS
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 12. The ten
Irish sympathizers, arrested for pick picketing
eting picketing the British embassay, were to today
day today bound over to the grand jury.
TRAGEDY IN MEMPHIS
Dunavant was killed by a policeman
called to quiet a disturbance in his
home. The police declare Mrs. Dun Dunavant
avant Dunavant alleged her husband threatened
her life.
LET HIM OFF LIGHT
Mabe Phillips' Coin Will Expiate His
Making of Moonshine
In Judge Smiths' court Saturday
night, Mabe Phillips was allowed to"
pay his way out of the fix he put him himself
self himself into for making moonshine. He
paid $1000 and costs, and' two more
charges against him were suspended
during good behavior.
Judge Smith's friends are astonish astonished
ed astonished and distressed at his allowing Phil Phillips
lips Phillips to pay out instead of giving him
a jail sentence.
He says Prosecutor Lou Green ad advised
vised advised him to take this course, and Mr.
Green unblushingly admits the im impeachment.
peachment. impeachment. It is conceded by the friends of law
and order that this is the worst back backset
set backset the cause has received since the
attempt to break moonshining uo be began.
gan. began. Robert Paul Whitehead was up be before
fore before Judge Smith for moonshining
this morning. He pled guilty, and as
he is old and there were extenuating
circumstances, the judge let him off
with a fine of $25.
Richard Willis of out in the west
end of the county is booked for a trial
Friday for moonshining.
WALKER-CAMP
Wedding invitations accompanied
by reception invitations and at home
cards have been received in the city
by friends of Miss May Camp of
Franklin, Va. Miss Camp has scores
of friends in Ocala who are much in interested
terested interested in her wedding to Mr. Web Webster
ster Webster Upson Walker, which will take
place Thursday, April 25th, at eight
o'clock in the evening at the First
Baptist church, in Franklin, followed
Jby a reception given by Miss Camp's
parents at their home. The at home
cards announce that "Mr. and Mrs.
Webster Upsom Walker will be at
home'after the first of June at 71 Ban Bancroft
croft Bancroft avenue, Bridgeport, Conn."
NOTICE TO BUSINESS CLUB
There will be a meeting of the bus business
iness business and professional women's club
tomorrow evening promptly at eight
o'clock in the basement of the library
building and all members are urgently
requested to be present.
SEEDS!
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
WASHING AND POLISHING.
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.

STRIKES DELAY
THE IMS

It Wouldn't Take Long for Old Grover
Cleveland to Decide
What to Do
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 12. Attorney
General Palmer today conferred with
his aids who have been in close touch
with the strike situation. Senator
Cummins, chairman of the investigat investigating
ing investigating committee of the Senate, and Vice
President Doak of the trainmen's
brotherhood, discussed the situation
with Secretary Tumults. The mails
going south have been delayed on ac account
count account of the strike.
' UNCLE SAM WILL ACT
Washington, April 12. Vigorous
action will be taken if there is inter interference
ference interference with the movement of the
mails, the postoffice department an announced.
nounced. announced. There will be no investiga investigation
tion investigation of the strike by the Senate com committee
mittee committee at present, Senator Cummins
announced, receiving assurances that
the White House would name the rail railroad
road railroad labor board within the next 24
hours.
STRIKE SHAKING IN THE WEST;
STRONGER IN THE EAST
Chicago, April 12. Developments
west of Pittsburg, the railroad broth brotherhoods
erhoods brotherhoods regard as pointing to a grad gradual
ual gradual dissolution of the insurgent forces
of the unauthorized strike, but the
situation has assumed a more serious
aspect in the east, where trainmen in
several districts have joined the walk
out. Numerous reports of defections
in the strikers' ranks have been re
ceived fro mthe central and war west.
Demands for recognition of a new
union have-been presented to the rail
road officials at Chicago.
STRIKE AT NEW ORLEANS
New Orleans, April 12. One thou
sand switchmen will strike tomorrow
unless their wage demands are met,
the local yardmen's association has
announced.
MANHUNT IN MISSISSIPPI
Marion, Miss., April 12. Practical
ly the entire population is hunting an
unidentified negro believed to have
killed the daughter of a white farmer.
" r GOLF NOTICE
All members of the Ocala Country
Club are invited to be present at the
club house Wednesday afternoon at
3 o'clock, promptly, to participate in
a mixed foursome, after which a "tea"
will be enjoyed.
12-2t Mrs. Clarence Camp, Hostess.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
One 1917 Ford Touring.
One 1918 Ford Touring.
One 1919 Ford Roadster.
AUTO SALES CO.,
Ma;k Taylor.
Phone 348. tf Ocala. Fla.
TRY OCALA MOTOR COMPANY
GARAGE FOR PROMPT SERVICE.
Peanut butter at H. B. Whitting-
ton's. Phone 377. 10-3t
WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER
YOUR CAR. OCALA MOTOR CO.
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
TRY OCALA MOTOR COMPANY
GARAGE FOR PROMPT SERVICE.
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
CHEVROLET SERVICE.
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
ELECTRICAL SERVICE.
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.
TAYLOR THE HAT MAN at the
Florida House. Make your old hat
do another year. Telephone me at
Florida House. 10-6t
WE CALL f OR AND DELIVER
YOUR CAR. OCALA MOTOR CO.
Stop! Have you tried Federal Bread,
the "best bread in the world." 20-tf
CHEVROLET SERVICE.
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.

SURE ENOUGH

THE SOVIET!
Mail and Express Train Held Up
While Crew Attends an
Union Meeting
(Associated Press)
New York, April 12. New York
city struggled today to free itself of
the unauthorized railway strike. Some
passenger service was maintained and
food and milk trains reached the city.
Railroad officials say the situation is
grave but if weather today will soon
approach normal again. A strike at
the Hudson tubes still tied up the com commuters.
muters. commuters. ITS TIME FOR GOVERNMENT IN INTERVENTION
TERVENTION INTERVENTION The Chicago Express was abandon abandoned
ed abandoned yesterday carrying 200 passengers,
mai land express, while the crew at attended
tended attended a meeting of the new union at
Port Jervis and reached here more
than ten hours late.
It is reported the federal authori authorities
ties authorities might take cognizance of the de delay.
lay. delay. FINE DAY FOR FLYING
Score of People Went Aloft With
Lieutenant Johnson Sunday
Beautiful weather prevailed Sunday
and a big crowd was at the aviation
field, a number to fly and many to see
them go up and go down. Example
seemed infectious, and every time a
flyer made the trip it inspired others.
Those who went up and took the
stunts were Mises Maude Keeffe, Ma Ma-jorie
jorie Ma-jorie Howell and Lumie Davis and
Messrs. C. C. Bennett and C. A. Gates.
Those who made ordinary flights
were Ray Raymaker Anthony; Mrs.
C. A. Bateman, Mcintosh; Mrs. W. F.
Sqi)tt, Jacksonville; Miss Mary Belle
Waring, Madison, Mr. Fred Meffert,
Lowell; Mrs. Chas. W. Moremtn, Mrs.
Hugh Seneff and Mrs. F. W. Ditto,
Misses Winnie Hunt and Chivalette
Smith, Messrs. W. J. McGehee, Henry
and Clarence Camp and II. W. Tucker,
Ocala.
Three young men bought tickets,
but lost their turn running in town tp
the fire. They will be given their rides
at the first opportunity. It is probable
that another big crowd will be out
next Sunday.
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
A REAL BARGAIN Five acres lo located
cated located Welaka on St. Johns river, 6 6-room,
room, 6-room, 3-story dwelling completely
furnished, barn and garage combined;
fruit trees, 30 bearing orange trees,
high, healthful location, one mile to
P. O., school, churches and river. Must
sell; $1500. T. J. Knight, Agent, Pa Pa-latka,
latka, Pa-latka, Fla. 12-lt
TOMATO PLANTS Redfield Beau Beauty
ty Beauty plants, per 100, 30 cents; special
prices in large quantities. Phone 30M.
J. E. Hyndman, Box 2, Route A,
Ocala, Fla. 12-Gt
TAYLOR THE HAT MAN. Your
old hats like new. Telephone the Flor Florida
ida Florida House. 10-Gt
STRAYED To my home, one bay
horse, Thursday evening. Owner can
have same by paying for this ad. and
cost of feed.' F. F. Black, No. 208
Daugherty St., Ocala, Fla. 10-3t
HIDES WANTED We are paying
the highest market price for gren
and salted hides. Full weight. B.
Goldman, Ocala, Fla. 4-9-tf
WANTED Furnished apartment of
four rooms and both by man and wife
ptrmaennt residents of Ocala. Post Post-effice
effice Post-effice Box 216. 4-6-6t
FREE FLORIDA FARMS 25 cents
acre monthly, pay for land and is re returned
turned returned at end of contract. Free book booklet.
let. booklet. Ideal American Corporation,
Johnstown, Fla. It
WANTED One ton of baled shucks.
State price. Answer "Shucks," care
the Star. 7-6t
FOR SALE One mare GVz years old,
colt eight months old. Apply to New
YTork Meat Market, 18 W. Broadway,
Ocala. 4-8-15t
WANTED Auto mechanic, Fine pro- j
position for the right man. Address j
Fort McCoy Garage, Fort McCoy,!
Fla. 10-6t
HADSOCK'S WTOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone
146. 2-m
FOR RENT Bungalow with all mod mod-ern
ern mod-ern conveniences. Will rent either

FRENCH TROOPS
WILL WITHDRAW

From Frankfort and Mayence When
Germans Leave the Ruhr,
and Not Before
( A&slated Press)
London, April 12. The latest
French note says France will with withdraw
draw withdraw her troops from Frankfort and
other occupied cities when Germany
withdraws troops from the Ruhr re region.
gion. region. The note promises no further
independent action by France.
BRAVE LITTLE BELGIUM
Arlon, Belgium, April 12 Five hun hundred
dred hundred Belgian troops left here yester yesterday
day yesterday for Mayence. The troops will ar arrive
rive arrive Monday evening and be officially
received by the French army and then
will proceed to the occupied city.
SECESSION OF SONORA
Is Followed by Thirteen Other Mexi Mexican
can Mexican States
(Associated Press)
Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico, April
12. General Fino, commanding the
first divisional army of Sonora, an announced
nounced announced today that he had received
semi-official information that thirteen
states has followed Sonora in seced seceding.
ing. seceding. AVIATOR KILLED
Camden, N. J., April 12. Lieut. R.
W. Wright died from the injuries he
received Saturday when he leaped
from a blazing airplane 200 feet in
the air.
HATTIESBURG ADOPTS
THE LATEST FREAK
Jackson, Miss., April 12. Hatties Hatties-burg
burg Hatties-burg has organized an overall club.
Many business men here are wearing
overalls.
HARVEY W. McCONELL
Mr. Harvey W. McConell, a promi prominent
nent prominent turpentine operator at Citro Citro-nelle,
nelle, Citro-nelle, and well known in Ocala, died
at his home at an early hour Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning. He is survived by his
wife. The remains were prepared
for burial and shipped to his boyhood
home, DeFuniak Springs, by Pyles &
Perkins.
furnished or unfurnished. Apply to
C. V. Roberts, at Mclver and Mac Mac-Kay.'s.
Kay.'s. Mac-Kay.'s. 4-6-6t
FOR SALE 16 healthy shoats and
gilts. Price, $120. T. Needham,
Ocala. 12-6t
FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and se!l
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamel ware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf
RUMMAGE SALE Greenwood Cem Cemetery
etery Cemetery Association will hold a rum rummage
mage rummage sale at the corner of Main street
and Oklawaha avenue, April 15. 16
and 17. Any donations accepted.
Leave your donations at the Star of office.
fice. office. 10-4t
WANTED Rags. Must be well
laundered; 5 cents a pound. Star
oifice. 7-tf
AUTO SERVICE Automobiles re repaired,
paired, repaired, re-painted and re-covered.
Also a complete line of gas, oils and
grease. Firestore tires. Meadows Re Re-p&ii
p&ii Re-p&ii Shop, 735 N. Magnolia St. 7-lm
FOR SALE At a bargain, Maxwell
touring car, in good condition. Going
north; must sell. Apply to J. L. Man Manly,
ly, Manly, five miles south of Ocala on Dun Dun-r.ellon
r.ellon Dun-r.ellon road. Route B, Ocala. 4-7-6t
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Two rooms, suitable for light house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping and with all modern improve improvements.
ments. improvements. Apply to C. Y. Miller, 124 S.
Tenth street. 3-24-tf
WANTED Girls wanted in box fac factory,
tory, factory, Tampa. Good surroundings,
pleasant work and good pay. Write
cr apply to Weidman, Fisher & Co.,
Highland Ave and Harrison street,
Tampa, Fla. 5-6t
FOR Sall iwo Jersey cows, ont
extra fine, giving three gallons per
day; other to be fresh in few days. C.
A. Holloway, 715 Lime St. Ocala. 19-tf
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
ELECTRICAL SERVICE.
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.

DRIVE OUT THE
OFFICIAL DRONES

Useful Suggestions from a Well
Posted Ocala Attorney
Editor Star: As you have intimat intimated
ed intimated several times in your columns that
we ought to commence a plan of re retrenchment,
trenchment, retrenchment, I desire to submit certain
figures to you, and suggest if it would
not be wise to commence by elimina
tion a lot of unnececssary offices, or
positions, under the state government.
I suggest that the following offices
could be abrogated with the saving
of the following sums of money,
which are appropriated for the year
1920: .
Secretary of state, three jan janitors
itors janitors $ 1,440
Superintendent of public in instruction,
struction, instruction, salaries and trav traveling
eling traveling expenses of two rural
school inspectors 6,500
Commissioner of agriculture,
clerk in pure food and drugs,
stock, feed and fertilizer and
citrus fruit division 2,000
Clerk in shell fish division... 1,800
State chemist, entire appro appropriation
priation appropriation 22,430
National guard, entire appro appropriation
priation appropriation 29,800
State auditor, entire appro appropriation
priation appropriation 15,800
Salaries and expenses of rail railway
way railway commission .' . 85,000
State marketing bureau 15,000
This makes a total of $129,770 that
is, to my mind wholly useless.
Analyzing these items, I call at attention
tention attention to the following:
Our old negro, Virgil, takes care of
ten times the floor space as the secre secretary
tary secretary of state's office, for $480 and in
addjtion to this, looks after the court
house grounds. There should be a
$1000 saving here.
I may not be an authority upon the
question of rural school inspectors,
but it seems to me that each county
superintendent ought to be able to
look after- the schools much better
than some one not knowing the condi conditions,
tions, conditions, and who visits them once or
twice a year. To my mind this is a
waste of money.
The next item properly falling un under
der under my discussion is the state chem chemist.
ist. chemist. I don't know, nor have I been
able to find out, after considerable in investigation
vestigation investigation any benefit that has re resulted,
sulted, resulted, or will ever result, from the
state chemist. If a person desires the
assistance of a chemist, he can with
much less expense, trouble and waste
of time, employ one, than he can go
through the red tape of having the
state chemist wait on him. To my
mind, this is an utterly useless de department.
partment. department. With reference to the national
guard, that is a complete joke, and I
have no doubt that the next legisla legislature
ture legislature will not make an appropriation
for that purpose.
The state auditor is another use useless
less useless office. The clerk of the court is
the county auditor, and it is the duty
of the comptroller, with the numerous
assistants allowed him, to take care
of the state affairs. I think the bonds bondsmen
men bondsmen of the late John M. Graham can
testify to the uselessness of the au auditor's
ditor's auditor's department. In other words,
they may be able to check up and find
where they money went, but I have
yet to find where they have ever been
abel to prevent the improper use of
the public funds. Just as an illustra illustration,
tion, illustration, take the Rast case in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, or the Branch case in Tampa. It
is very much on the order of the
weather department. They can always
tell the next day afterwards what the
weather has been, but when it comes
to forecasting, they usually allow
themselves great latitude. Therefore,
if any one can point out where the
state auditor, has ever aided in pre pre-ventin
ventin pre-ventin ga loss. I would like to have
knowledge of it. Anyone can sit down
and figure out that so much money
has gone into the bank and there is
only part of it left; and this is all the
state auditing department does.
With reference to the railway com commission,
mission, commission, I submit as a just and reas
onable proposition to the public that
it is as useless, as any that we are
burdened with today. There has been
a time when the railroad commission
was a valuable asset to the state of
Florida, but for the past few years, it
has been of no practical utility, for
the reason that about 90 per cent of
the functions of this department have
been taken over by the interstate com commerce
merce commerce commission. As far as the
railroads and telegraph companies are
concerned, the railway commission is
absolutely nothing. Under the recent
decision of the supreme- court, the
railway commission has authority to
deal with traction companies, and
likewise, they hare supervision over
the telephone companies. But these
duties could easily be cast upon and
vested in the boards of county com-
J missioners of the various counties,

OF TRADE
MEETS TONIGHT
Special Session for the Purpose of
Increasing the Organization's
Income
Everyone interested in the commer commercial
cial commercial and civil welfare of Ocala and
Marion county should be present at
the special meeting of the Marion
County Board of Trade tonight at 8
o'clock, when efforts will be made to
put the organization on a better finan financial
cial financial footing. The Board of Trade can-
not continue to operate successfully
on its present income.
The importance of a large attend attendance
ance attendance at tonight's meeting is se forth
in the following statement made by
Mr. John H. Taylor and Mr. George
W. Chase, a special committee of two
appointed by the board of governors
to raise more funds:
At a meeting of the board of gov governors
ernors governors of the Marion County Board
of Trade Thursday morning, April 8,
held for the purpose of preparing a'
budget for the year, it was found that
the present income of the organiza organization
tion organization is inadequate. The board of gov governors
ernors governors named the undersigned a com committee
mittee committee of two to take such steps as
might be necessary to increase the in income,
come, income, and, after viewing the situation,
we have asked the president to call a
special meeting of the Board of Trade
for next Monday night, April 12, at 8
o'clock, that the matter may be plac placed
ed placed before the entire body.
The Board of Trade has 'demon 'demonstrated
strated 'demonstrated during the past year that it
is a very necessary part of the com commercial
mercial commercial and civic life of the commu community.
nity. community. In publicity alone the organi organization
zation organization has more than justified its ex existence
istence existence during this time. Inquiries
concerning the city and county have
been received from forty-two states
and Canada. Ocala and Marion coun county
ty county are facing an opportunity for de development
velopment development such as they have never
faced before.
We call upon all those who are in interested
terested interested in the commercial and civic
welfare of the city and county to at attend
tend attend the meeting next Monday night.
The Marion County Board of Trade
cannot continue to operate success successfully
fully successfully on its present income.
John H. Taylor.
Geo. W. Chace.
GENERAL STRIKE
CALLED IN IRELAND
(Associated Press)
Bublin, April 12. Officials of the
trades union congress and labor party
have called a general strike of work workers
ers workers throughout Ireland for tomorrow,
to protest against treatment of polit
ical prisoners.
A WRECK ON THE L
(Associated Press)
New York, April 12. One woman
was hurt when the front car of an
elevated train was knocked off the
track through collision with another
train. Fifteen passengers riding in
the demolished car sifted through the
wreckage to the street 25 feet below.
"THE MARINES HAVE LANDED"
(Associated Press?
Washington, April 22 A revolu revolution
tion revolution has broken out in Guatemala,
and the opponents of President Ca Cabrera
brera Cabrera have gained Guatemala City,
after street fighting, according to ad advices
vices advices received at the state department.
EXPLOSION OF
PRUSSIAN AJIMUNITION
(Associated Press)
London, April 12 The explosions
in a munitions dump at Rotenstein, in
East Prussia, which have killed seven
and injured 200, are continuing. Ar Armored
mored Armored cars are necessary to approach
the scene.
without giving to them any unreas unreasonable
onable unreasonable amount of work. Just as an
illustration, why could not the board
of county commissioners fix the toll
rates of a telephone company in the
county with much more fairness and
reasonableness than the railway com commission?
mission? commission? You answer that this would
probably create a chaotic condition,
as one county would fix one rate and
another one another; but I am inclin inclined
ed inclined to believe that they would take a
more sensible view of it and agree
upon a rate that was fair to both
parties; that is, the company and the
public, after proper consideration for
the business and the wishes of the
adjoining county. In other words,
these rates are not tampered with eve every
ry every day, and probably once in every
four or five days would be all that
was necessary.
So far as the traction companies
are concerned, there are only a "few
(Continued on Fourth Pare)

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1920

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OCALA 'EVENING STAR

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J. II. Benjamin, Editor

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PUTTING MR. COLLIER
'WISE TO THE PAST

Ocala, April 10th, 1920.
Editor Star: May I be permitted

to state a few tacts as l see tnem
with reference to controversy between

A. J. Lt. it. re. company ana city oi
Ocala.
For the past few years public sen-

timent nas oeen lea to oeneve mat ine
A. C. L. R. R. Co. was trying to steal

part of our city property, block our!

mam' streets and rum our city.
Whereas had our council some years

ago given the A. C. L. a fair deal by

allowing it to diock a tew streets mat

are. seldom used,' we would have an
up-to-date freight depot, also the A.
' C. L. shops, which are now located at
" TTioV Kirrinopft.

, C Have we ever stopped to think what

"J this pay roll would have meant to our

city? Then again, the families that

. ,wouia nave naa to live nere.
The city council turned down this

" proposition mainly because public
sentiment was aeainst blocking a few

. streets south of town, when these

i j

streets are the most seldom used of
any' in the city, with the exception of

the crossing at Third street. People
coming into town from either section
south rarely if ever use these streets.
As stated in your paper, both the
A. C. I. and the S. A. L. have given
Ocala the cold shoulder, so to speak,
as our crossings are in a disgraceful
condition, and practically wreck a car

or truck every time one has to run
across them. At the same time I be believe
lieve believe that the A. C. L. and S. A. L.
will treat us right if these matters are
brought before them in the proper

manner.
As a transfer and storage man I
have had considerable dealings with
the different railroads entering our
city and must say that I have received
fair treatment upon all occasions.
We want all the railroad facilities
we can get and I would like to see the
city council, the board of trade
and' officials of the railroads get
" together and do all possible for
"the upbuilding of our city, and I know
from personal experience that we will
, get these necessary improvements if
we try hard enough, in the right direction.

Yours for the best interests of
Ocala and Marion county,
Eric J. Collier.
Mr. Collier means well, but we are

n fro t ri that: hia lottoi ixrill m n Ira onv

Ocala twenty years, laugh.
There is at present not any contro-
versy that we know of between the
city and the Coast Line. The blowout
over the present additional track on
" Osceola is owing to the carelessness
of the council. The railroad was ask asked
ed asked to put a switch in at a certain
place and is not to blame if it was
- willihg to comply that is, it if it was
- hot aware there was opposition. And

it was not aware there was any op op-:
: op-: position until the Star began airing
the matter.
There would have been opposition
' months ago if the people had been
aware of the proposed switch. They
were not and the Star was not. At a
' meeting in September Mr. Sam Chris-

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made the following request:
Ocala, September 16, 1919.
To the Honorable City Council:
" Gentlemen: We beg to ask that you
' in your meeting of this date grant the
Pillans & Smith Grocery Co. a per-
' :i. a. i :u t a.

mifc uo uuuu its wareiiuuse un luts two
and three of west half of block 73,
i; Old Survey, Ocala, Fla., and to cross
' from Osceola street with railroad sid

ing on into said property to ware warehouse
house warehouse so that the cars can be left on
siding and be clear of the street and
traffic. Yours very truly,
S. K. Christian Agent.
It will be seen by the wording of
this petition that the place where
track was to leave the main line is not
specified. It might have been any
where from Jake Brown's warehouse
to the end of the yard beyond South
Third street. Perhaps the councilmen
knew, but if they did there is no re record
cord record on the minutes that they did. The
record simply says that on motion of
Alderman Thomas the permit was
granted. We have not been able to
find any permit. Mr. Christian's re request,
quest, request, as reprinted, is on file in the
clerk's office; we also find that Mr.
Christian obtained a copy of the res resolution
olution resolution granting his petition; but
neither of these is a permit, which
must specially designate where such
a track will leave the main line and
where it shall go.

Mr. Yonge went to the council meet meeting
ing meeting Friday night and asked the alder aldermen
men aldermen why they were willing to block
the street in front of his home, and
they assured him they had no such
intention; no; n-e-v-e-r! Yet they
must have so intended, or gone to
sleep on the job entirely. For the
only other way this track could come
in alongside Pillans & Smith's ware warehouse
house warehouse is from the south, across Third
street. And this, the Atlantic Coast
Line, has solemnly promised not to do,
on account of Third street being go
much used by children going and
coming to school. And while the
Coast Line men may break their
promises, as their predecessors did,
we don't believe they will.
There need be no doubt that the in intention
tention intention was to set a switch in front
of Mr. Yonge's home, and start a
track there, blocking the entrance to
his home and also blocking a section
of a very busy street to the annoy annoyance
ance annoyance of a large number of people.
Mr. Collier says: "May I be permit permitted
ted permitted to state a few facts as I see
them," etc., etc. Again, Mr. Collier
means well, but there are some things
he does not see well, and many that

he has not seen at all.
Ocala has never made war on the
Coast Line, but the Coast Line has
made promises to Ocala and broken
them, and then tried to punish the
town because the town didn't like be being
ing being lied to. Sixteen years or more ago,
the Coast Line promised to take its
old chicken coop of a freight depot
out of Osceola avenue and put up an another
other another in a better place if it was allow allowed
ed allowed to run tracks across some of the
streets. It ran the tracks across the
streets and they are there now, but
did not put up the new depot. Its at

tention was called to its breach of
faith. The superintendent of this di division
vision division came to Ocala and went be before
fore before the council and in insulting lan language
guage language told the aldermen that Ocala

might take what she could get. The
aldermen did not have spunk enough
to resent the insult, and the Coast

Line was Very chesty. Up to that

time, nobody in Ocala dared to say

anything above a whisper about the

Coast Line. Then the Star went after
the Coast Line officials and told them

in undiplomatic and sometimes im

pious language what they were. It

found out and exposed some of their

delinquencies one of which was tak

ing an old, nasty, out of date jimcrow

car and putting it on the Homosassa

division for white people to ride in

It made them abolish that slough of
despond in front of their v passenger

station and did several other things
that the people appreciated then, even

if they have forgotten some of them
now.

Ocala never had any chance to get

the railroad shops, and the streets
Mr. Collier speaks of are occupied and
held by the Coast Line, tho the city
council, or a determined move by the
people, can make it vacate them any
time. The supreme court has ruled
that the right of the people to the

streets is inherent, and no council can
give it away.
Some half a dozen years ago there
came into power a council that the
Star did not entirely approve of, but
it got together with it in some things,
and one of those things was making
the railroads understand that a city
can be boss in its own limits if it will;
and that council made the Coast Line
take its freight depot out of Osceola
street and started several other things
that its successors should have finish finished.
ed. finished. About two years before America
went into the war, the Coast Line
adopted a different policy oward

Ocala. This was owing a great deal
to the good sense of the district sup superintendent,
erintendent, superintendent, H. O. McArthur, who be believes
lieves believes in a railroad being friends with
the people of the territory it runs
thru. He did his best to allay all ex existing
isting existing irritation and prevent any
more. When he made a promise, he

kept it. We venture the assertion
that if Mr. McArthur had been divis division
ion division superintendent of the Coast Line
from the time it took over the Plant
System, there would have been little
friction between Ocala and the rail railroads.
roads. railroads. Then came the war, and for two
years and a half the government con controlled
trolled controlled the railroads. There was no

! time for criticism then. As we have
j said in a previous article the people
j of this section saw but little change in
j the railroads, managed as they were
! by almost the same men as in time of
j peace. Nor has there been any per per-J
J per-J ceptible change since the roads have
j been returned to their owners.
The people of Florida and the rail rail-I
I rail-I roads have had enough experience and

lost enough money in the last twenty
years to have learned some sense, and
we sincerely hope there will be no
more railroad wars.
In the first place the people must
understand, that the railroads cannot
give good service without receiving
good money in return, and should not
kick when the roads ask for rates
that will enable them to pay good
wages and keep roadbeds and equip equipment
ment equipment in good condition.
On the other hand, the roads should
keep their promises and never run
over the people's rights. It is pretty
well understood in Ocala that the
greater part of Osceola avenue should
be given up to the railroad and its sid sidings.
ings. sidings. Some of the streets must be
kept open, however, or the city will
have a dead man's line right across
it. All the A. C. L. crossings in the
city are in bad shape, and a man was
fatally injured at one of them a few
weeks ago. The Seaboard passenger
trains break the law every time they
go thru town.
Having enlightened Mr. Collier
somewhat on history, we think we can
agree with him that the best thing the
railroads and the city can do is to
have a meeting of some of their offic officials
ials officials with a number of our representa representative
tive representative men, have an agreement as to
what is best for both sides and then
try to live up to it. The railroads
ought to be good to the little cities
they run thru. In them exists the
strongest check against the radical radicalism
ism radicalism that is now causing the entire
country so much trouble.

MR. BURFORD IS
SLIGHTLY MISTAKEN

Editor Star: Your editorial in Fri Friday's
day's Friday's issue of the Star, as well as your
former comments in the issues of
your paper regarding the proposed
spur track for the warehouse. of Pil Pillans
lans Pillans & Smith on Osceola street, are
misleading and calculated to create a
false impression on your readers, as
yowr batteries seem to be directed
against the A. C. L. R. R. company as
the alleged offending party.
A mere inquiry on your part would
have convinced you that the A. C. L.
is not the moving spiirt "in this mat matter,
ter, matter, and is entirely indifferent as to
the installation of this spur track.
When Messrs. Pillans & Smith pre presented
sented presented the necessary permission of
the municipal authorities the A. C. L.
consented jto permit the connection to
be made with its main line, and to
render service just as has been done
in connection with the spur tracks
leading to the city plant, the Ocala
Iron Works, Taylor's mill and ice fac factory
tory factory and other business enterprises
on said street.
The railroad company has troubles
of its own to contend with, and in
fairness and justice should not be
made the target of an attack in a mat matter
ter matter concerning which its only offend offending
ing offending is to consent to a connection of
this spur track with its main line in
response to urgent appeals and with
the expressed consent and permission
of the municipal authorities.
If it is your desire that the indus industrial
trial industrial spure on Osceola street be torn
out and abandoned I respectfully sug suggest
gest suggest that you direct your fire against
those at whose instance they were in installed
stalled installed instead of against the A. C.
L., upon which company you have in inadvertently
advertently inadvertently and apparently without
knowledge of the facts visited your
severe criticism and condemnation.
I do not write this to invite a dis discussion
cussion discussion as to the needs or advisability
of spur tracks to industrial enter enterprises
prises enterprises on Osceola street, but merely to
furnish you information as to the con connection
nection connection and attitude of the A. C. L.
regarding the proposed spur track
privilege which was recently granted
by the city council.
Yours very truly. R. A. Burford.
Our batteries, Mr. Burford, were
not directed against the A. C. L. but
against the city council, as you will
see if you will carefully read the ar article
ticle article in question. And we are not ask asking
ing asking that the switches put in for the
use of the warehouses and factories
of Osceola avenue be torn out. But
you can't deny that the crossings on
the Coast Line at Adams, Washing

ton, South Second and South Third

streets, Oklawaha and Fort King ave avenues
nues avenues and Broadway are in wretched
condition. And we don't think you
will deny that the Coast Line has

blocked Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Sev

enth streets with its tracks, that it
promised to put up a freight depot
and hasn't done it.
A mere inquiry on our part, you

Tue Children are sometimes
called dull and stupid

.ior no otner reason man

ip jt, because their eyes are
J.YiP" not right.
DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

5.

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Ocala Aiitto .audi (Garage Coimpaey
(Successors to Gates Garage)
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
i
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.

125.00 Delivered Im Ocala

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say? Well, we have inquired. And
the first place we went to with an in inquiry
quiry inquiry was the Atlantic Coast Line of office,
fice, office, and while the agent, as all good
railroad men do, wouldn't give us a
bit more information than he could
help, we found out enough to make
sure the 'spur track in Osceola was
contemplated.
You also say, "When Messrs Pil Pillans
lans Pillans & Smith presented the neces necessary
sary necessary permission." A diligent inquiry
on our part to both the city authori authorities
ties authorities and Pillans & Smith has failed
to show us that they have the neecs neecs-sary
sary neecs-sary permit. If you will kindly dig
it up, we will be glad to give you
credit.
We don't want any more war with
the Coast Line. We want the Coast

Line (and the Seaboard) and the city
to get together beautifully. But when
we see the rights of any of our citi

zens about to be trampled on, we are
going to make a protest, no matter

who its against.

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OCAU OCCURRENCES

If you have
phone five-one.

any society item3,

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tillman were
week-end visitors to Orange Heights.

Mr. G. T. Maughs has returned
home from a business, visit in Tampa
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Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Klock of East East-lake
lake East-lake are entertaining their son and
daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Glenn
Klock, of Eastern, Pa.

Mr. Hugo Mcintosh is at Tarpon
Springs, enjoying a "get together"
visit with comrades he was with on
the other side during the war.

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HONORING MISS LANGE

Saturday afternoon Mrs. Paul Sim Simmons
mons Simmons informally but very hospitably

entertained at auction at her home,
honoring her visitor, Miss Fay Lange,
of Asheville, N. C.
Three tables for the players were
placed in the music room and recep reception
tion reception hall, which was made most at attractive
tractive attractive by quantities of pansies, ver ver-benias,
benias, ver-benias, nasturtiums and ferns, and for
several hours auction was much en enjoyed,
joyed, enjoyed, after which the hostess, assist assisted
ed assisted by her mother, Mrs. Carson Lee,
served a refreshing course of chicken

salad, almonds, pickles, peaches, sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches and ice tea with fruits.
Miss Sue Moore was the high score
holder and she was awarded a useful
and dainty boudoir article, and to the
honoree was presented a handsome
box of stationery.
Miss Lange is an exceedingly
charming young lady and the guests
spent a pelasant afternoon making her
acquaintance and enjoying the cordial
hospitality of the hostess and her
mother.
The following were those present:
Misses Fay Lange, Sue Moore, Eliza Eliza-bet
bet Eliza-bet hand Meme Davis, Mabel Meffert,

Ellen Stripling, Callie Gissendaner,

Helen Jones, Sarah Dehon, Onie Cha Cha-zal,
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Hocker, Mrs. Harry Walters, Mrs.
Leverett Futch and Mrs. Edward
Tucker.

SEEDS

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

A barrel of fine sweet mixed pickles
in bulk just in at H. B. Whittington's.
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D. C. NOTICE

There will be a called meeting of
the Daughters of the Confederacy,
Dickison chapter, Wednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3 o'clock, at the residence of
Mrs. E. L. Carney. A full attendance
is much desired as there will.be an
election for delegates to attend the
convention that is to be held in
Gainesville shortly.
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Girl wanted at Kindt's music store.

Miss Carita Camr), after a pleasant

two weeks Easter vacation spent with

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Camp left Saturday afternoon to re resume
sume resume her studies in a school in Massachusetts.

Peanut butter at H. B. Whitting Whittington's.
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Mrs. A. J. Leavengood and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. M. Turnigseed, have return returned
ed returned home from a short but pleasant
visit with Mrs. Leavengood's daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. R. H. Haile, who lives on a
large farm a few miles out of town.

Mr. T. F.'Fay will return to his
home in New York city this after afternoon
noon afternoon after several months spent in
the city, on business with the Loncala
Phosphate Company, of which he was
the chieforganizer. While in the city
Mr. Fay made many friends who trust
that he will make frequent visits to
Ocala.

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Mr. John Able will arrive in the
city tomorrow with the largest stock
of diamonds ever seen in Ocala and
which t will be on display at Weihe's
jewelry store. There will be one 13 13-karat
karat 13-karat diamond, and Mr. Weihe invites
the public to come and see this mag

nificent gem, as he is

would appreciate seeing
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Mr. J. T. Kauders of Milwaukee,

called upon Mr. Philip G. Murphy,

ealer ln Hudsonand Essex automo

biles yesterday. Mr. Kauders is driv driving,
ing, driving, his sixth Hudson and says he can

pass anything on the road.. He re

cently drove from Tampa to Daytona

in 5 hours and again from Day

tona to Miami, 70 miles, in an hour

and 38 minutes. .Mr. Kauders has

driven his 1920 Hudson speedster

15,000 miles and has spent only $3

for. repairs.

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day Tuesday only. Thru special arrangements

with one of the largest diamond

houses in the country the Weihe Co.

will have on display TUESDAY only,

the Jargest assortment of diamonds,
mounted and unmounted, platinum,

yellow and white gold mountings, that

has ever been in the city. There will

also be some of the largest stones in
this assortment that have been in
Ocaal. If you love diamonds come
and see them. This is the opportunity
you have been waiting for to get a

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Last Saturday was a very eventful
day for the members of the sixth
grade of the public school. Early in
the morning they left Ocala for East East-lake
lake East-lake in one of Collier Bros, trucks,
chaperoned by their teacher, Mrs. Mc Mc-Kinney
Kinney Mc-Kinney and Mrs. Savage and Mrs. H.
S. MinshalL The day was -spent in
many different happy diversions. At

noon a most Dountuui luncn was

spread and very much enjoyed, and
about dusk they returned to Ocala
very enthusiastic over their day's
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Mr. and Mrs. Wade Dumas of
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yesterday afternoon to make Ocala
their future home, and where they
will be given a most cordial reception.
Mr. Ducas, who is a nephew of Mr.
T. F. Fay of New York city and Ocala,
one of the organizers of the Lon Loncala
cala Loncala Phosphate Company of this city,
will be connected with the commis commissary
sary commissary department of the company. Mr.
and Mrs. Dumas will be at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. E. Van Hood on Fort
King avenue.

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Many Ocala people will be much
interested to learn of the marriage of
Miss Pauline Meis of Oklahoma City
to Mr. J. C. Myer of Enid, Okla.,
which was a very quiet affair taking
place on the fifth of April, at the
bride's home. Mrs. Myer as Miss Meis
spent a winter several years ago in
Ocala with her sister, Mrs. William
Wolff, and made a number of friends
who extend their congratulations and
best wishes for a happy and prosper prosperous
ous prosperous married life. Mr. Myer is quite
an influential man of Enid. He is the
owner of the largest haberdashery of
that city and is highly respected by
all who know him.

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volving oven process which transforms "each loaf-size piece of creamy;"
doueh into a fine-textured loaf whose inimitable goodness is sealed in

by a toasty, golden, aH-over crust.

Federrl Systoni of Bakeries of America, oper operating
ating operating its'ewn Federal Bakeries in 274 cities with
from 1 to 10 bakeries in each controlling its
own flour mills' and its own manufacturing plant
for nu.kini every pire of its rernnrksble day daylight
light daylight bakinri equipment, makes this wondrous
bread pos: !!!" vt popular prices.

Federal System of Bakeries of the South, Inc.,
operating under riahts of the parent organiza organization,
tion, organization, controls the right to own andoperate Fed Federal
eral Federal Bakeries in North and South Carolina. Geor Georgia
gia Georgia and Florida; 23 Feder.al Bakeries are in full
operation and plans are being consummated for
the addition of 27 more.

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bakery and become acquainted with tbe

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Fve' l.undred 'tiiousand dollars 8 per.
cent Cimulative, Sinking Fund, First
Preferred Slock and 5,000 shares of Com Common
mon Common Stock, no par value, are offered as
an unusual investment opportunity.
These shares will be sold in blocks of 1
share of Common and 1 share of Pre Preferred
ferred Preferred at the price of St 10 for each block;

8 per cent Cumulative Dividends on the
Preferred Slock are payable quarterly,
on March l, June 1, September 1, and
December 1. Offered for subscription,
Subject to allotment. The riht-Ls re-
served to reject any and all subscriptions
or to allot a smaller .number .of shares
than subscribed for.

...

All inquiries and subscriptions for this stock should be directed to
the nearest office of our Fiscal Agents, SECURITIES SALES CO.
64 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga.; Seminole Hotel Building, Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Fla.; 825 Gravier St., New Orleans, La.; Brown-Marx Build Building,
ing, Building, Birmingham, Ala.; 208 Latta Arcade, Charlotte, N. C.
Federal System of Bakeries of the South, inc.

Federal Bakery in Ocala is Located
On Main St. Opposite Courthouse

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1920

See Me
For All Classes Of
Stone, Brick, Wood,
and Concrete
Building
j. D. McCasliill

I Contractor
i Phone 446. 728 Weaona St.

DRIVE OUT THE DRONES

(Continued from First Page)

W -O O P 2
OAK and PS WE
Cut to Any Length
PROMPT DELIVERY
GILES WOOD YARD
PHONE 112

ILROAD SCHEDULES

Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:15 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Tampa 2:16 am
2:15 am Manatee- 3:35 pm
St. Petersburg
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:25 pm Tampa-St. P'tersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 3:15 am
1:45 pm JTcsonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am JTcsonville-G'nesvile 10:13 pm
3:18 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm StPet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnefion-Wilcox
:25 am Dun'ellon-LTcerad 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13 pm .- Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 1 1:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.

FOR SERVICE TRY 4
9-6t i OCALA MOTOR CO.

counties in the state who have such
companies, and it could be either
regulated by the municipality or the
board of county commissioners.
It is my firm opinion that we do not
ned a railway commission, and that
these same duties would be perform performed
ed performed at practically a total saving by
vesting the authority to fix these
rates, which are purely local, in the
county boards.
As I have pointed out. it would
save the state of Florida a large sum
of money. In addition to this, there
are numerous appropriations by each
legislature that ought to be cut out
entirely, and if our next legislature
will consider the matter from a stand

point of entrenchment, they can save
the tax payers more than a half mill million
ion million dollars, which is practically wast
ed as matters are now run.
As an illustration, we have gone
wild on the expenditure of money
foolishly. I call attention to the fact
that in 1909 the state millage was 7
mills; but in 1919, it was 12 mills. In
that same time the taxable value of
the property in the state of Florida
has practically doubled, so that it is
taking at this time nearly three
times as much to run the state gov government
ernment government as it did ten years ago.
I submit this one inquiry? Were
we not. as well off financially, social socially
ly socially and otherwise in 1910 as we are in
1920? Was not the country as pros prosperous
perous prosperous then as now? Then why this
enormous increase in taxation. There
is but one answer, and that .is that we
are wasting morfe money than we did
ten years ago, and the people are pay paying
ing paying it.
I want to urge and impress upon
you that I am heartily with you on
the question of retrenchment, and if
it can be brought directly to the at attention
tention attention of the people who are paying
the taxes, that the money is being
unnecessarily wasted, I believe that
every one will rise up and insist upon
a policy that will reduce the millage
rather than raise it. But the policy
pursued for the past ten years has
been directly the opposite. I merely
mention these as a few of the things
that we could save on, and I think
that it is time that the newspapers
were all doing their part in trying to
bring before the public this unneces unnecessary
sary unnecessary waste of money.
H. M. Hampton.

LATEST LOCALS

Temperature this morning, 59; this

afternoon, 71.
GENERAL GARAGE REPAIRING.
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.

BARGAIN IN BUICK 4 ROADSTER

Mrs. J. L. Williams and Mrs. R. N.
Dixon of Steen were shoppers in the
city today.
A barrel of fine sweet mixed pickles
in bulk just in at II. B. Whittington's.
Phone 377. 10-3t

Buick "4" roadster in good shape.
Good tires. AUTO SALES CO.,
Mack Taylor.
Phone 348, Oca la. Fla. 12-tf

Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Snook and Mr.
M. E. Albertson of Weirsdale, were in
the city this morning.
EXEPERT MECHANICS AT
9-6t OCALA MOTOR GO. GARAGE.

Mrs. Max Israelson left yesterday
for Newport News, to visit her moth mother,
er, mother, who has not been well lately.

A barrel of fine sweet mixed pickles
in bulk just in at H. B. Whittington's.
Phone 377. 10-3t

Miss Blanche Morton, a charming
young lady from New York, is the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. Sarah Jane
Manly.
COLE SERVICE
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.

Mr. Fred Wellhoner of Miami was
a Saturday visitor in the city, en
route to Conner, where he will visit
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Z. Well Wellhoner
honer Wellhoner for some time.

There was a bad fire at Frank Gad Gad-son's
son's Gad-son's home; on West Broadway yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Half the roof was burned off
and several of the rooms were badly
damaged by water. The cause of the
fire is unknown.

Colprite for straw hats, all colors,
at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 3-10t
Mrs. T. J. Nixon of Tampa has ar arrived
rived arrived in the city, having been called
here on account of the illness of her
sister, Mrs. George L. Taylor, whose
many friends regret to learn is ill. but
trust that she will soon be entirely
well again.
GAS AND OIL.
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.

CITY REGISTRATION BOOKS
REVISED
On account of special election to be
held on the 11th day of May. A. Dt
1920, the city council held special meet meet-ins
ins meet-ins on March 19th. A. D. 1920. for the
purpose of revising the registration
books of the city of Ocala. At said
mteting the following names were or ordered
dered ordered stricken therefrom, to-wit:
Ward One
No names removed.
Ward Two
Arnold, T. I., dead.
Batts, George, removed.
Chambliss, Z. dead.
Converse, E. E., removed.
Condrey, G. T.. removed.
Chambers, Geo. G., removed.
Efflnger. C. W., removed.
Fryer, Joseph, removed.
Flanery A. M.. removed.
Green. A. A., removed.
Harris, T. H., removed.
Hall, R. S.. dead.
Hood, E. Van, dead.
Hayes. J. B., dead.
Hollinrake, S. P., removed.
Harrison, W. H., removed.
Izlar, A. Ik. removed.
Jewett, Stephen, removed.
Jordan, R. A., removed.
Jackson, J. C, removed.

Ldoyd, J. it., removed.
Lambert, L. W., removed.
Liddon, G. T., removed.
Miller, C. V.. removed.
Mathews 6. I. removed.
31effert. F. H., removed..
Michael, P.. removed.
Mayo, D. B., removed.
Martin, J. F., removed.
Martin, R. M., removed.
Mead. W. C, removed.
Palmer, R. J., removed.
Raw Is, II. W.. removed.
Roberts, J. H., removed. j
Spraggin, Taylor, removed.
Whiteside, J. J.. removed.
Yealey, II. A., removed.
Ward Tare
Giles, George, dead.
Gibbs, S. M., removed.
Jeffcoat, O. C. removed.
Murray. Isaac, removed.
(Middleton, & M, removed.
Mathews, Robert, removed.
Mcintosh, A., dead.
McDuffy, A., removed.
Mc Arthur, A. D. removed.
Nelson, G. D., removed.
Pittman, J. A., dead.
Sandifer, R. A., removed.
Turner, F. B removed.
Weathers, H. M., removed.
Williams, G. K., dead.
Ward Four
Bottolacio, F. D.. lead.
Clinton, John D., removed.
Ervin, Carlton, removed.
Kraybill, E. W., removed.
Leavengood H. E.. removed.
Robinson, Phil, removed.
Pullen, T. A., removed.
Robinson, R. K., removed.
Whltlov W T romnvpfl

The council' fixed Tuesday, April
20th, 1920, 8 o'clock p.. an., as the date
to hear -complaints for the restoration

or names erroneously sincnen.
tt n ststrttnk:-

City Clerk and Ex-Offlclo Supervisor of

Kegisirauon iiy oi iscaia.

4-5-3t-Mon

Messrs. Johnson and Lutes are as
successful as fishermen as flyers.

I They went out on Orange Lake the

other morrung, and caught fourteen
fish, weighing forty-five pounds, in a
couple of hours. Johnson caught the
majority but won't tell how much.
COLE SERVICE.
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.

CONTINUED chemical action
weakens ordinary insulation
so that it has to be renewed at
least once during the life of the
battery. Threaded Rubber Insula Insula-tion
tion Insula-tion is different The rubber re retains
tains retains its valuable insulating pro properties
perties properties clear to the end of the life
of the battery, so that the user
can forget that insulation trouble
ever existed.
Ocala Storage Battery Co
1 r Mcalc Taylor
20 N. Main St. Ocala, Fla

STORAGE
PATTER Y I I

The many friends of Mr. Ernest
Blair will be glad to learn that he has
returned to Ocala to reside, having
for the past several months made his
home in Gainesville, wher he was con connected
nected connected with the Harper Motor Com Company.
pany. Company. Mr. Blair Jias accepted a posi position
tion position with the Ocala Motor Company.
COLUMBIA SERVICE.
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.

In the election for school trustees,
tomorow, the voting will take place at
the office of Superintendent Cam in
the court house. Three trustees for
the Ocala sub-schiil district are to be
elected and the rate of millage will be
decided. It is your duty to cast your
vote tomorrow.

GENERAL GARAGE REPAIRING.
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.

We were pleasantly surprised yes yesterday
terday yesterday by a visit from Miss Garnet
Bose and some of her friends from Or Orlando.
lando. Orlando. Miss Bose was with the Star
several years and it lost her to Orlan Orlando
do Orlando with regret. She has a position
with the Reporter-Star of that city,
and likes her new home very much.
With her were Mrs. Eagleton and
Misses Jennie and Marie Eagleton and
Mr. Alfred Sellers.

COLUMBIA SERVICE.
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.

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TAOC MA. JCSGISTCMKGl

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

Use the Mar's Unclassified Co-'umn.

Peanut butter at H. B. Whitting Whittington's.
ton's. Whittington's. Phone 377. 10-3t

STATEMENT

Of th Own.rahlo Management. Circu

lation, Etc., Required by the Act of

Congre of AdkuH 24, lwiz.
Of Ocala Weekly Star, published weekly

at Ocala, Florida, ror :Apru 1st, iszu.
State of Florida,
Countv of Marlon, as.

Before me, a notary public In and
for the state and county aforesaid.

personally appeared P. V. Leavengood,
who, having been duly sworn according
to law. deposes and says that he Is the

business manager of the Ocala Evening
Star, and that the following is, to the
'best of his knowledge and .belief, & true

statement of the ownersnlp, manage

ment (and If a dally paper, tne circu
lation). etc.. of the aforesaid ipubllcu

tlon for tlve date shown In, the above
caption, required ;by the act of August
24, 1912. embodied in section 443, Postal
Laws and Regulations, pTlnted on the
rpvira( of this form to-wit:

1. That the names and addresses of

the publisher, editor, managing editor.

and business managers are:
Name of Postofflce Address

Publisher: Star Publishing Company,

of Ocala, Fla., Ocala, Fla.
Editor: J. H. Benjamin, Ocala, Fla.
Manae-insr Editor: None.

Business Alanager: P. V. Leavengood

2. That the owners are: (Give names
and addresses of individual owners, or,
if a corporation, give its name and the
names and 'addresses of stockholders
owning or holding 1 per cent or more

of tne total amount or biook.;
R. R. Carroll, Ocala. Fla.
Mrs. H. J. Bittinger, Ocala, Fla.
Miss Adele Bittinger, Ocala. Fla.
P. V. Leavengood, Ocala, Flo.
J. II. Benjamin. Ocala. Fla.

3. That the known (bondholders

'mortgagees, and other security holders

owning or holding l per cent or more
of total amount of bonds, mortgages or

other securities are: (If there or none,

so state.)
Alunroe & Chambliss National Bank.

4. That the two paragraphs next
above, erivinsr th names of the owners.

stockholders and security holders, if

any, contain not only the list of stock stockholders
holders stockholders and security holders as they
appear upon the books of the company
ibut also, in cases where the stockhold stockholders
ers stockholders or security holder aproears upon the

books of the company as trustee or in

any other relation, the name oz tne
person or corporation for whom such
trustee is acting, is given; also, that
the said two paragraphs contain, state statements
ments statements emhracing affiant's lull knowl knowl-elge
elge knowl-elge and belief as to the circumstances
and conditions under which stockhold stockholders
ers stockholders and security holders who do not
appear upon the books of the company
as trustees, hold stock and securities
in a capacity other than ox a tbona fide
owner; and this affiant has no reason
to 'believe that any other person, as association
sociation association or corporation has any inter interest
est interest direct or indirect in the said stock,
bonds or other securities than as so
stated by him.
5. That the average number ox
copies of each issue of this publication
sold or distributed through the mails
or otherwise, to paid subscribers dur during
ing during the six months preceding the date
shown above is 72.
P. V. LEAVENGOO D,
Business Alanager.
Sworn to and subscribed -before one
this 12th day of April, 1920.
(Seal) R. N. DOSIL
(My commission expires August 14.
1922.)

GAS AND OIL.
9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.

(T

YOU'LL BE WELL
PLEASED
with the monument we set up
in your family plot. There
will be dignity about the de design
sign design that will appeal to your
taste. There will be a beauty
of carving that will attract
your pleased attention. And
there will be a moderation in
our charges that cannot fail
to commend itself to you.
Ocala Marble Works
Ocala, Fla.

PYLES & PERKINS CO.
(Successors to C. Jordan & Co.)
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Calls Answered Promptly, Day or Night
Motor Equipment
117 East Oklawaha Avenue
PHONE 555 RESIDENCE PHONE 225

MJT(D) SIUPPME

Complete Line:

Tires, Spot Lights,
Tubes, Bumpers,
Spark Plugs, Snubbers,
Shock Absorbers.

, F- O N D-0-.W;

FL King Ave. Ocala, Florida
BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

WRITER'S AUTO EXCHANGE

I

RIDE UNDER
A HUNTER TOP
and enjoy the pleasure of be being
ing being original and exclusive. Even
though your car may not be a
very high priced model, if we
build your top for you it will
look like one. You see we build
auto tops to order, and. they
have that "different" air about
them.! Consult us about your
new top.

TOPS New, covered, patched'and coated with a patent wax paste
that makes old top3 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
J. W. HUNTER
flOSalfl SOUTH MAGNOLIA STREET Plffrlri
HJldlci OLD METROPOLITAN THEATER IT IUI lildl

RAHME & MC CLAIN
General Auto Repair Shop
All Work Guaranteed

Dealers In Tires, Tubes Gas, Oils and Grease. I
Phone 273 Wcst Broadway I

Opposite Fair Grounds

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

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