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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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Weather Forecast: Generally fair
tonight and Saturday.

OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL '.W, 1920.
VOL. 26, NO. 103
ALWAYS HELPFUL PRELIMINARIES
SPRING CLEANUP CAME DOWN
STREET PAVING -OCALA 11L III
SALVATION ARMY
AT PULPITO
CHICAGO WITH A CRASH
TO BE DISCUSSED
A BAM
!

DETERMINED
TO MAKE A

BLOODY MAY DAY

To Erect Tents on Training Grounds i Carranza and Sonora Troops Met in
to-Shelter People Unjustly Scrap that Presages the

, Evicted Full Conflict

A Wholesale Lynching of Radicals by
His People of the Country Will
Sooner or Later Ensue

(Associated Press) (Associated Press)
New York, April 30 The Salvation ; Agua Prieta, Sonora, April 30.
Army announced today that tents will j A clash between Carranza and Sonora
be elected on the training grounds to forces near Pulpito Pass forecasts
house persons made homeless by evic-' a larger and more decisive conflict,

April 30. Warnings j tion proceedings. Plans have been i rebel leaders said. Both sides are

been selected by the! made to care for a thousand per- concentrating troops on either side of

(Associated Press)

Washington,
that they had

radical element for assault or assassi- sons.

nation as a part of the May day dem

onstrations have been received from THEY WILL TELL

the cass. Secessionist agents are said
to be working throughout Mexico.

More than 350 Criminals Jailed
Raids Last Night and
this Morning

Hi i

Associated Frcas)
Chicago, April 30. More than 3-"0

persons were jailed here last

night

American Aviators New Orleans
Lima Hit Too Hard at Their
Journey's End

to

(Associated Press)
Lima, Peru, April 30. Pilot Stmon
nl Mechanic Wheeler, American

ana this morning in what Chief Gar- commercial aviators, were seriously

rity called
criminals.

the "spring cleanup"

A GREAT EVENT

of i injured today when their airplane

j crashed to the ground at the militai-y
aviation field shortly after arrival
from New Orleans.

department of justice agents by more

than a score of federal and Senate of
iicials.
LABOR BOARD HAS SAND
Washington, April 30. Another cf
fort to gain a hearing before the rail

WHAT THEY LIK1:

(Associated l'res9
Washington, April 30. The print
paper brokers have been subpoenaed
to appear before the Senate commit-

road albor board was made today byltce investigating the print paper sit-

renresentatives of unrecognized rail- mt on.

raod associations who have quit their

jobt?.

HUIRTS' PRACTICE OF
MATRIMONY IS HURTFUL

Secretary Daniels Has Gone Aboard ; LEFFINGWELL HAS

a Ship

A SWELLED LIVER

( Associated Press) ; (Associated Press)
Newport Nev s, Va.. April 30. Sec- j New York, April 30. Assistant
retnrv Damply hnnrrlpd chin hem n. 1 Secretary of the Treasurv LefRnwcll

TT i w " -i' - f
ilUlrT IS AnXr t r rniM.m- fVn ifUntlo f ifVAv t(r'riTfA tVinf tno -faUlTTO rf f Vl o trewr-

j ernment to deal with vital problems
j was largely due to the fact that the
; government is "divided against itself,"

PERSHING AT PANAMA

THEY HAP BETTER GET
. OUT AND TO WORK

(Associated Press)

(Associated Press)

Los Angeles, Calif., April 30. At

least two women James R

alleged to have married were murder- it Hrrives from New York.

eo by him, two others met accident- (
aP deaths and he "might have mur- i AGAIN STRIKERS HAVE

dered more, according to an alleged I
confession made public today by his

r.ttorney, J. M. Organ Marmaduke and J (Associated Press)

BUFFALO TIED UP in a statement issued here today. He

opposed bonuses and assailed the gov

ernment s administrative policv

county officials. .More than 25 mar- Buffalo, April 30. For the second ; "nennvwise and Dound foolish

as

Panama, April 30. General Persh-! riages have been attributed by the of- j time within two weeks every railroad

, (A bf elated Press)
New York, April 30. Bankers, edu

cators and economists of the United!
States and Europe discussed the facts
and causes of inflation and high prices
and their remedies at the semi-annual
meeting of the Academy of Political
Science, which convened here today.
HARDING WILL NOT

SLIP HIS HOLD!

ing arrived here today to make an j ficers to Huirt. Seven women are list- yard is tied up here as a result of the j The price on the 18-room house to-

inspection.

ed as missing

j freight switchmen and conductors. j day is $2340.

30-lt

(Associated Press)

New Albany, Ind., April 30. Sen Senator
ator Senator Harding today denied reports
that he would withdraw from the race
for the republican nomination fallow

ing the Ohio vote. t

HOW STRIKING LABOR
HURTS HELPFUL LABOR

(Associated Press)

Passaic, N. J., April 30. Manufac Manufacturers
turers Manufacturers said that a suspension of large
orders arid uncertainty of the wool

market would cause a suspension of

night work. Two local mills already

have laid off 2000 workers.

MEET THEM WITH

SHOT AND COLD STEEL

(Associated Press)

Boston, April 30. An appeal to
workers to show their strength by a

united strike tomorrow was contained

irTposters purporting to be the May

Day proclamation of the central ex

ecutive committee of the communist

.party of America, circulated here.
BOSTON IS PREPARED

Boston, April 30. For emergency

use on May Day the police have post

ed seven machine guns at various

points in the city.
CAREFUL ABOUT EXTRACTING

THE GAS FROM CREDITS

(Associated Press)

Pinehurst. N. C. April 30. The ex

ecutive council of the American Bank

ers' Association, in convention here,
today appointed a committee to confer

with the Federal Reserve Board on

orderly rriethods to bring about de deflation
flation deflation of credits.
SENATE AND HOUSE

EQUAL IN SILLINESS

Washington, April 30 The state of

war with both Germany and Austria
would be terminated under the reso resolution
lution resolution reported by the Senate foreign
rplations committee as a substitute

for the House resolutions.
ENLISTMENTS IN THE ARMY

William B. Brabham of Orange
Lake, enlisted in the coast artillery,

and left for Camp Jackson, S. C, yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. NOTICE

All of the guarantors of the Com Community
munity Community Chautauqua are requested to
meet at the Board of Trade rooms to

morrow evening at 8 o'clock.
. John L. Edwards,
Chairman Committee.

NEW SEASON'S OPENING

Next week being the national week
for the showing of new summer hats
all over the world, we will be prepared

to serve our" customers, beginning

Tuesday, May 4th, 1920, with "Sum "Summer
mer "Summer Hats for Summer Wear." Style

Hat Shop, Rena Smith, 105 Main St.,

Ocala, Fla. 23-3tdltw

BARGAIN IN BUICK 4 ROADSTER

Buick "4" roadster in good shape.

Good tires. AUTO SALES CO..
"Mack Taylor.
Phone 348, Ocala, Fla. 12-tf

Little boy's overalls at.Walkley &
Barnett. 29-ltwky2tdly

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

tract work. Gives More and Bettor
Work for the Money than any other

New

mmiimsiinitt Ln

Sell Essex, Hue

(DjM Can0

The Moderate Priced Light Weight Car of Costly
Car Qualities It Holds the Worlds Marks for
50-Hour Endurance and 24-Hour Road Tests

It is with great pride that I announce my
selection to sell Essex. I know that, in
Essex I offer the supreme car value of mo mo-tordom.
tordom. mo-tordom. And what merchant is not proud
when he deals in the finest product of its
kind.
You have seen the great performance of
Essex. You have heard owners, your
neighbors, praise it. Doubtless you have
had an Essex ride. You recognize it then
as the dominant car. You inow how it
combines perfectly the beauty, power, speed
and endurance of ths finest cars with the
moderate price and economical operation
of light cars.
And you know how many were disap disappointed
pointed disappointed last year because they couldn't get
an Essex. Maybe you, too, failed. The
same conditions obtain thisyear. Demand
for this matchless car far exceed produc production.
tion. production. But our arrangements are such that
if you place your order immediately I pledge
you delivery when you want it.
Essex Fills Needs
Of All Motorists
Essex history has been a continuous
record of brilliant performances. You re recall
call recall the astonishing approval that followed
its first appearance. Its appeal was dyn dynamic.
amic. dynamic. Everywhere critical motorists in instantly
stantly instantly recognized its fine qualities. Owners
of costly cars and of light cars alike became
Essex enthusiasts after one ride. Dealers
rushed to get Essex franchises. It was the
sensation. of the motor world.
Then Essex quickly revealed qualities far
beyond any claims made for it, even by en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic first owners. Its astonishing
power time and-again defeated much heavi heavier,
er, heavier, costlier cars in road and hill climbing
contests. Its surprising speed won over
many specially buil tracing cars.
And, vastly more important to you, it
proved endurance and reliability never be before
fore before expected of any but far higher priced
cars!

You know how a stock Essex chassis set
the world's official 50-hour endurance mark
of 3,037 miles on the Cincinnati Speedway.
In 94 hours, 22 minutes it went 5,689 miles,
averaging over a mile a minute, yet showed
no wear.
Think What These
World Marks Mean
You know how another stock car made
the world's 24-hour road record, 1,061 miles,
over Iowa dirt roads. Not one adjustment
was necessary.
Think what this reliabitity and endurance
mean to you. Remember, stock cars were
used. So it means the same power, speed
and staunchness in your Essex. It means
every day dependable transportation. You
know no worries over motor troubles and
free frorn the expense, usually found so high
by light car owners, of repairs and adjust adjustments.
ments. adjustments. And Essex Also is
Leader in Design
Do not forget Chat Essex also is supreme
in beauty.
Hudson builds the Essex. The same men
who designed the world famous Hudson
Super-Six also planned Essex. That is the
basis of Essex mechanical superiority and
explains its leadership in style.
And remember that with all these fine
car qualities Essex also excels other Jight
cars in acceleration, easy driving, nimble nimble-ness
ness nimble-ness and flexibility.
It is moderate in price. It has the light
car advantage of gasoline, oil and tire econ economy
omy economy and it has the costly car dependability
and sturdiness. Repair costs are practical practically
ly practically nil.
Is it any wonder I am proud that I now
still Essex?
Renew your friendship with this dominant
car today.

A Meeting of the Board of Trade will I The Florida State Horticultural So-

be Held Tonight at" Eight I ciety and the Community Chaii-

O'clock tauqua Will be Here

mere will be a meeting of the On next Monday the streets and

Board of Trade tonight at 8 o'clock, I buildings" of the city are expected to

ror the purpose of discussing the pro- j blossom forth in holiday colors. It

posed street paving plans of the city, will be the opening of a srala week in

with a view of getting all of the vot-1 the city. Arrangements have already
ers solidly behind the bond issue which I ben made for street decorations and

is to be voted upon May 11. As the for some of the buildimrs. The Flor-

plans now stand there is some oppo-1 ida State Horticultural Society holds

sition to tne list form of surfacing its 33rd annual convention from May

tnat is proposed for most of the 4-7 inclusive, and the Community
streets. The purpose of tonight's Chautauqua will open its 1920 season

meeting is to remove, if possible, ob- here m a big tent on the public li-

jections to tne street paving program, I brary lot May 6th.

and to put it "over the top" Tuesday The horticultural convention will be
week. Every citizen and property opened Tuesday night at 8 o'clock, in

owner who can possibly do so should the auditorium of the Woman's Club.

be present at tonight's meeting. There There should be a large attendance of

is no matter at this time pf more mi-1 Ocala and Marion county people "at

portance to the city. the opening session. An address of

Ocala needs permanent street pav- welcome will be made by the mayor.

ing for economical reasons; it needs and there will be a response from the

it because it will mean an improved I horticultural society. Features of the

appearance in the city; it will mean a evening will be talks from the men

more sanitary city; it will mean who have been members of society for
streets that can be more easily trav-1 more than twenty-five years, some of

elea over; it will mean giving Ocala whom became members when the or

tho progressive position as a commu-1 ganization was formed in the Ocala

nity that she should have, this last I House on April 10. 1888.

reason including all of the others. The Letters have been mailed by, the

cit is now spending upwards of Board of Trade to the business houses

$12,000 a year on its lime streets, of the city and to individuals, callmsr

which are not permanent, which are attention to the week, and urging all

not sanitary, and which are unsightly to enter into the spirit -of it. The
m appearance most of the time. Ocala merchants especially are urged to dec-

is much behind other l londa cities of orate their stores, and it is pointed

her size in the matter of street pav-1 out that the week presents an oppor-

mg. lowns smaller man ucaia naveitunity for special sales days.

done more paving. The county has The Community Chautauqua will

jusc taken a wonderful stride forward I open Thursday afternoon. May 6. at

by voting bonds for good roads by a 2:30 o'clock, when there will be spec-

big majority, and the city should do I ial exercises and announcements, and

the same thing, else the contrast be- a revue of popular light operas by a,

tween the city and county is going to group of six young ladies, vocal and

be marked. I instrumental artists. The drive for

At tonight's meeting of the board the sale of tickets is on, and it it ex-

a report will be asked for on the cam-1 pected that all season tickets will hae

paign that has been made for an in- been sold by Saturday night. As there

creased membership in the organiza- promises to be a heavy demand for

tion. The committee appointed to season tickets, it will be advisable for

arrange for summer baseball will also those who intend to enjoy the Chau-

have a report to make. tauqua attractions to purchase their

tickets at once. Mrs. D. W. Tompkins

MEET FORCE WITH FORCE in charge of the ticket sale in the

first ward; Mrs. George Martin in the

Tomorrow Likely to be America's 1 second ward; Mrs. E. T. lielvenston In

Moo i :rPiv"Xf,vv the third ward; Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe in

" J J j ... j -r Tl A

a.1 1 rr;t .,mi

(Associated Press) uie uuswess uuincu-iifatew ww
I 1 1 1 l i r

Washington, April 30. Federal PI? Qa aie tomorrow at tne

agents have been instructed to "go as

far as the law will allow" in breaking

up May Day radical demonstrations.
KANSAS LAW WILL STICK

Court Pharmacy, where there will

also be available copies of the Chau

tauqua program de luxe.

(Associated Press)

Pittsburg, Kans., April 30. The!

Kansas industrial court has been de declared
clared declared constitutional.

CONSIDER SOLDIER CLAIMS

AT THE CAUCUS

Washington, April 30. Soldier re

lief legislation coiripleted by the re-'
publican majority of the ways and

means committee will be considered at
a caucus of House republicans tonight.

The minority republicans oppose the

proposed sales tax.

You Had Anothe

Sleepless Nigh!

PEPSINOL Will Correct Causes that

Keep You Awake

You rolled and tossed restlessly all

night and got up feeling worse than
when you went to bed. Your tongue

was coated. There was a bitter taste

in your mouth. Your breath was sour.
How many times has this happened?

Are you going to wait until you get
down sick before you act before you
get Pepsinol and let it correct the

digestive faults that are wrecking
your nerves and thinning your blood ?
Pepsinol acts directly on the causes
of stomach trouble. It insures com

plete digestion and the assimilation

of all the food that creates strength,
blood, nerves and tissues. Its use will

keep your brain and body healthy,

your nerves caim ana steady.

A BARGAIN,.
' 18 ROOM HOUSE v
FOKSAiLE
To Close Oat Estate d
Located en quarter-acre
lol one block frcalPis! frcalPis!-olfice,
olfice, frcalPis!-olfice, cheap al $S!3. Pries
will be refecedl $10 per dsy
until sold. ;
PMCE TCMY
Ii Interested see me at ence
FRANK W. B1TT0
Real Estate Ocala, fla.

Good vision is essential

to the highest csef nines j
Qj? the individuaL Ir yoar

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Optometrist and Optld&n.
- Eyesight Specialist ;

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Colds, LaGrippe and Malaria don't
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traiL Dr. Williams 101 Tonic is made
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No wonder Dr. Williams 101 Tonic
is so universally popular. It's the

logical treatment, and more and more

folks are finding it out every day.

25c. and 50c. bottles for sate at

your drug -store. Adv. 4.

Arrival and Deuartcra of casKS-tr

trains at OCALA UNION STATXOII.

The followinz schedule ftzcrej r

1.1 M J -.A, -

lisnea as inxorznauca ana cut uaw
anteed,

(Eastern Standard Tuns)

SEABOARD MR WE MHT.0.1D

I Leave Arrira

2:15 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 era

1:56 pra Jacksonville liZOpn
4:05 pra Jacksonville 4:5 pn

Tampa-
2:15 am Tsapm
1 2:15 am Manatee-

St. Petersburg
1:50 cm Tampa-Manatee

4:25 pm Tampa-St. Ptersbrg 4:C3pzi

ATIANTIC C0IST USE DAIKOiD

Leave 'r Arrira

2:12 pm JaeJcsonrllle-N'York 2:15 ara
1:45 pm JksonTiHe-GansTine 2:Z3 rr

6:42 am JTccnville-Cnesvile 10:15 jra

3:18 am Stet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 ara

3:35 pm SLFet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:j
7:10 am 0tmnellon-Wikox
:25 am Dun'ellon-L'kehid 11:C3 r3

10:13 pm Leesburg 6:428
4:45 pm Gainesville t 1Zjz:z
Monday, Wednesday, Fridsy.
Tuesday. Thursday.

2:15 ea

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The nrice on thp IR-ronm hriv ta

day is ?2340. C L-lt

contractor in the city.



- OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1920

OCA LA EVEOID! STAR

fuMtbed Every DX Except Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OP OCAlA, FLA;

tho' it is not its fault if it doesn't

The council meets Tuesday night, and j
the. Star recommends that the people ;
in as large number as possible meet
with it and make their wishes known.

THE SOURCE OF THE ; it would be a fees-ible enterprise, par-
OKLWVAHA RIVER ticularly at this time of extraordinary

TO GAS BUYERS

II. It. Carroll, Prealdcat
P. V. LeavenKood, Sretary-Treaarer
J. II. lleajamln, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as
second-class matter.

Says Leslie's Weekly: "For some
time before the war there had been
growing a disquieting conviction thnt

our public school system was failing
if x ,1 4 1 'I

(Ii. H. Vogt in Eustis Lake Region)
The source of the Oklawaha river
is in Lake county, in that portion of
Sumter county she willed for the for formation
mation formation of Lake. Away down in the
extreme southwestern portion of Lake

is a peculiar baylike forma-

hi-'h-

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all news dispatches credited to it or
not otherwise credited in this paper and
also the local news published herein.
All rights of republication of special
dispatches herein are also reserved.

life. It seemed to be drifting toward ; ,ands known a3 the Apopka rnoun.
standardization m method and out-, tair. f(jUr miles ea.t of cleimont.
put. Children were fed in at one end ; Lake Apopka has Lcen iikcntd ;n
of the machine and dropped out at ( ghape tQ a gourd. it is ten miles iri
the other as much alike as clothespins ; width and about twe,vc in ifcnth. But
or wire-nails. An ordinary graduate ag a gour(J shoul(J have a neck. the
from the. public schools seemed in-; portion jutting into the highlands i:
capable of exactitude m any mental cal,ed by the stives the ourd neck,
process. He could neither read, write, ; R -s about three.fourths of a mile in
spell nor speak the English language ; wi(Uh and a mtle lesg than two miles
correctly. And he could usually get i in length the land on the south and
a "bewildering variety of results om j wegt gide o the neck r,es abruptlv

auaing up a simpie cuiunin ui nguiw

1

thence westerly for a mile to the ba?e

of Mount Waters, whicn attains a

expenditure.

At this date the water in Lake i to get your gasoline.
Eiiitis has arrived at its highest tide.jed a portable tank,
and is a trifle higher than usual. Let i served NOW. 29-Ct
u.s iook for a moment at the "precip- j

itation" that one would visualize as j
the cause of such a flood: I
The rainfall for the month of Oc- j

toher,-19 li), was 1.22 inches; for No November,
vember, November, 4.49; December, 3,G9; Janu January,
ary, January, 1920, 2.09; February, 4.80; and

No waiting for the "other fellow''

We have install install-and
and install-and you can he
Blalock Bros.

FOR

NOTICE

M:
17

rch, 1.39. Total for six months,

Very extensive floods from melting
snow, ice and heavy rains have feat featured
ured featured winter conditions in the states
north of Florida. A great volume of
water over a vast area ha3 trickled
through the seams and strata of the
eaith's surface, flooding the under underground
ground underground rivers to such an extent that

have dis-

To Whom It May Concern
This is to certifv that I

posed of my interests in the New
York Meat Market to Spiro Messoji Messoji-legetis.
legetis. Messoji-legetis. All accounts are payable to
him. Nick Sakiotis.
Ocala, Fla., April 29, 1920. lt-thur

i
i

Frestn Meat

and

GiC2FI2

Thes arguments being put forth

against giving the ex-service men a ; hei ht 0f 125 feet, according to an ob

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bonus are mostly the excuses of peo- j

pic who made money without danger
or hardship during the war. They do
not come from the great mass of the

people. Mighty few taxpayers who
wore service buttons during the war

are going to object to seeing justice

done the boys.

Now we will have
haughty culturists.

with us the

It is said that more than two

thirds of the precious stones of the

world are, now in the United States.

Supposedly the first woman moon

shine whisky manufacturer in the

United States was arrested the other

day at West Springfield, Mass.

Caproni, the giant airplane builder

of Italy, predicts in the near future
a trans-Atlantic aerial liner with a

"capacity of nearly 500 passengers.
At the next general election in Eng

land, the labor party proposes to have
at least a dozen prominent women in

the field as candidates for the house

of commons. '

John Burroughs, the w famous nat naturalist,
uralist, naturalist, who lately celebrated his
83rd birthday, when asked by which
of his numerous titles he preferredto

be known, said "Farmer Burroughs."

A document written by the Russian
novelist, Leonid Andreiv, just before

'hi? death recently, appeals to Ameri

cans to help to save the country from

"a veritable" hell created by the bol
sheviki."

Chas. M. Schwab says: "If every

one thought of good music it would
make a happy industrial world. Music
can be made an antidote for unrest.

Jo normal, person could be guilty of
wrong with the sound of music in his

"ears.

from the snore to bO teet in height, , . , .
. A. L ;been replenished and the bie SDrmer

Rev. Dr. John R. Straton, pastor of
he Baptist Calvary church. New

York, created a sensation by a ser sermon
mon sermon in which he told of an investigat

ing tour of the city in which strong

drinks were purchased in restaurants,

and women encountered, and indecent

dancing witnessed. He gave names,
addresses and details.

The National Security League's

plan for "American Day" celebration,

May 1, to offset radical demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations on that day, has been approved

by governors of twenty-five states,

and organizations have arranged for

parades and other celebrations in 43

states. -It is believed "there will be

parades in 200 cities.

Mr. Chas. E. Jones of Jacksonville,

who was for years chief editorial
writer on "Dixie," and who is one of

the best newspaper men in Florida,
will be a candidate for presidential

elector. Charlie is a brilliant man
and a sturdy, uncompromising dem democrat.
ocrat. democrat. Give him a vote.

UNCLASSIFIED

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

HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone
146. 2-m
FURNITURE, ETC. L buy and se'l
second hand furniture. Experts put it

in good condition before re-selling. jt

Repair sewing machines, lawn mow

ers, enamel ware, etc. J. -W. Hunter,

U0, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf

I servation made by the county sur-
veyor of Sumter county, taken in my j
presence. This would give the alti-

tude of Mount Waters at about 200 1
feet above Lake Apopka, and as Lake
Apopka is G5 feet above sea level, it
doesn't look as if "all Florida will
some day be submerged by a tidal
wave," an observation made to us
frequently, some forty years ago, to
intimidate us from immigrating to
this state.
There are no springs emptying into
Lake Apopka of any considerable di dimensions;
mensions; dimensions; in fact, they are small and
few, and the question has often been
asked, "WTiere does the water come
from to make such a large lake?" and
ii t t- r

ine usual answer is, r rum springs

scattered about in the lake unseen."
But a visit to the gourd neck will suf suffice
fice suffice to divulge the source of the "mys "mysterious
terious "mysterious river." A great spring several

acres in extent washes the southern

shore of the neck, and sometimes with
such force is the ebullition of the wa waters
ters waters that a small boat will be driven
about in various directions. The cur current
rent current from the spring can be traced the
entire length of the lake to where it
enters the Apopka meadows and be becomes
comes becomes a river, flowing through a vast
stretch of sawgrass lands of 20,000
acres in extent.
Many years ago an attempt was
maae by an organized company to re reclaim
claim reclaim the meadows for speculative
purposes. The river through the area
from the lake to the mainland was

dredged, and other portions likewise,

and the big lake was said to have been

lowered three leet. A good many

acres of very rich land was reclaimed

and cultivated more or less with most

astounding results. We have cut al

falfa grown there, when in bloom,
that averaged six and seven feet .in

lertrth. but it had to be cut with a

sickle, as a fair breeze would TSlow

the grass to the ground and make it

impossible to cut it with a scythe, and

although the experiment of growing

it was successfully demonstrated, ye
its commercial adaptability wras de

stroyed by the expense of garnering

We dare not mention the size of

in the gourd neck has lend its influ influence.
ence. influence. The annual rainfall in this re region
gion region is about 50 inches, but evapora evaporation
tion evaporation in this country is excessive, fn
November the lakes were very low,
but as the winter storms in the states
north of us progressed, the subter subterranean
ranean subterranean streams cast their burden to
the surface, in Florida, and "they go
on forever."

TAYLOR THE HAT MAN
At Florida House. Your old hat made
like new. Save money. Call rne on
the telephone. 27-Gt

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My price on strawberries Saturday
will interest you. Leave your orders.
W. A. Stroud. 3-lt

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

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NEW SEASON'S OPENING
Next week being the national week
for the showing of new summer hats
all over the world, we will be prepared
to serve our customers, beginning
Tuesday, May 4th, 1920, with "Sum "Summer
mer "Summer Hats for Summer Wear." Affleck
Millinery Parlor, S. side Ocala House
Block, Ocala, Fla. 29-3tdltw
Give your feet a chance to help you
alonig in the world. If they trouble
you in any way have them examined
free. M. M. Little, graduate practi-

pedist. 15-tf

Since the armistice, 275,000 aliens
have left this country, taking -with
them $555,000,000. It is expected that
when transportation can be had 1, 1,-125,000
125,000 1,-125,000 more aliens will leave this
country, carrying with them $2,250, $2,250,-000,000.
000,000. $2,250,-000,000. ; Objectors to 'paying tle. ex-service
men a bonus say it will cost the coun coun-tryftsome
tryftsome coun-tryftsome four of five billion dollars.
At the time of the armistice, we were
raising liberty loans that size three
times a year, and if it hadn't been for
the- headlong bravery of the boys we
would have had to raise three or four
more. For "heavensake, let's be just
: enough to pay the ex-service men a

modest share of the great sura of

money they saved for us.

The question of the -bond election

for street paving is now i before the

people, and it is necessary that full
and free understanding "be had. The
streets must be improved if we are to

remain anything, like a city, and the
people must discuss the best manner
, to make the improvement.' We are
convinced that the council wants to do

what the people want done. The
board of trade meets to discuss the
matter; tonight, but we are afraid the

- board of trade does not always ac

curately- reflect popular sentiment,

fSMALL FARM FOR SALE A 13-

acre, well impromed farm 2 miles
from town on-Silver Springs road, at

$1000 less than cost, for quick sale.

Known-as Brinson place. Apply to R. brought from the meadows down the

E. Yonge, Ocala, Fla. 29-3t river in flatboatsto Tavares and her

citizens awaited the development of

WANTED Young lady to attend to the. splendid enterprise. But Dame

office and keen books. Apply at New LFortune had a daughter, Miss For

it:t:!ntsnim

CHANGE HERE 1
For a new Goodrich tire.
If your casings are get getting
ting getting doubtful, bring them

by and let us rejuvenate ii
them. Re-tread work on
old casings is our spec- ;i

ialty.
BLALCCK BROS.
VULCANIZING
V Phone 78 r
Corner of Oklawaha and Main

AUTO SERVICE Automobiles re

paired, re-painted and re-covered.
Also a complete line of gas, oils and

grease. Firestore tires. Meadows Re-

pah Shop, 735 N. Magnolia St. 7-lm

FOR SALE OR TRADE Two good

mules. C. A. Holloway, No. 715 Lime

street. 4-27-6t

FOR SALE Studebaker one-horse

wagon, as good as new. R. M. Giles,

city. 29-tf

vegetables we have seen grown on

these lands for fear of compromising

our reputation for veracity, burhce

it that this vast aiea of "everglades"

land (for it is similar to the Ever

glades) will some day be exploited by

the capitalist and another town be

born to Lake county.

When Tavares was in the hey-day

of its youth and bid fair to become

famous for wealth and population
among other enterprises contemplat

ed was a big syrup and sugar manu

factory. It was demonstrated that at

the price of 40 cents per gallon, the

retail price of cane syrup at that
time (now it is $1,50 "per gallon, and

even more) there was "money in it.

Stalks of sugar cane 12 and 14 feet

in length, grown on the reclaimed

Apopka. meadows land, could be

York eMat Market.

29-6t

tune, who stepped in and brought

confusion and disaster to the inhabi

tants and the Upper Oklawaha river

still awaits the capitalist who will see

and appreciate the fine location of

Tavares, ready with its railroads to

LOST Memorandum boo kcontaining eve.ry P?in.t .f the compass, transpor-

BRICK LAYERS WANTED Palat-

ka new school building. Fuquay &

Green, builders, Daytona Beach, Flor

ida. 23-12t

poii tax receipts, and other papers.
Has rep tape around it, and name on

front side. Return to W. H. Duebel,

Ocala, Fla. 27-6t

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Ocala Auto and (SaFage Coumpaimy

(Successors to Gates Garage)

Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
Let us prove to you that the.Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hundred
red hundred dollars more than any car, selling at the price.
$25i25.00 Delivered 'to Ocala

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WRITE The Truth Seeker Co., New
York, for sample copy of the Truth
Seeker, a' free thought. and agnostic

publication. 23-2m

CLEANING AND PRESSING You
can get the best service in town by

navmg us clean and press your

clothes. Ladies work a specialty. The

Arcade Pressing Club, phone 448. 22m

LOST Orange colored cat Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night. Reward to finder. Notify

213 South Pine St., on Star office, tf

WANTED To rent permanently, un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished house with all modern
conveniences and in desirable neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Apply Mrs. S. J. Jones at
Colonial hotel or S. J. Jones, Ocala
Iron" Works. -29-Gt

FOR SALE Baby chicks two weeks
old, 25 cents; Jfour weeks old, 30 cents.
Mrs.-W. R. Miller, 508 N. Pond St. 3t
FOR SALE Tender wax beans foi
canning 10 cents a pound. Send or orders
ders orders to Otto Young, Golden Acre
Grove, Route A, Ocala, or leave at
Star office. 29-Gt
WANTED-r-One heavy four-block
carriage' for forty thousand capacity
circular sawmill. Need four steel head
blocks, 40 to 48" opening, about 24 ft.
diameter of axel about 1-15-17. To
be used with steam nigger. Address,
stating price and, full particulars.
Landeck Lumber Co., Tampa, Fla. 2t

FOR SALE One combination lath
mil land bpl'wer. One lath trimmer and
binder. Both new machines. Address
Landeck Lumber Company, Tampa,
Florida. 30-3t

FOR SALE Good Holstein milch
cow. Three years old. See Jake Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, or call phone 205. 30-6t

tation facilities unsurpassed.

From the meadows the Oklawaha

passes through Lakes Carleton and
Ber.uclair and entering Lake Dora op opposite
posite opposite the beautiful town of Mount
Dora, proceeds to expand into a lovely
sheet of water from one to two miles
in width and six miles in length. At
Tavares the river leaves the lake and
proceeds through a canal, so-called,
for about two miles and empties into
Lake Eustis. This canal was dredged
many years ago from the bed of tne
river in contemplation of making a
navigable stream for boats from Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. The canal was a success for
a few days only, an effort to get. the
steamer Wekiva of Jacksonville ap
the canal proving abortive for v.o
other reason than that the banks of
the canal had not been walled up with
stone or concrete, or stockaded to
keep the sandy banks from dissolving
and flowing into the bed of the stream
and bringing it up to its natural level,
when it became too shallow for navi navigation,
gation, navigation, except for very small craft. A
ship canal anywhere across the state
would meet with the same difficulty
The sand would constantly dissolve
from the banks and flow into the bed
of the stream, and some dredging
company would have a soft snap eter eternally
nally eternally and everlastingly dredging, and
at the expense of the state of tne
people. Then would come contracts

for holding up the sandy banks with 1 i.HK:
"imported" stone, concrete or stock- j
ade. Few if any sea-going craft j
would be able to go through the canal
and tugs would have to be employed I
in any event, and there would not be j

local business enough to pay even the
salaries of employees. It is s-aid that
the constant agitation of the subjvVt
of building a ship canal across the
state is paid fof by construction com companies
panies companies looking forward to big con

tracts from a handsomely paid body j :cT-:
of ''canal commissioners." A demo-:-'-:

cratic legislature can become so vul vulnerable
nerable vulnerable in putting through such a
stupendous job that it would "lose its
influence" for a generation. Doubtless

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STATEMENT BY MR. GOLDMAN

I am absolutely going out of the
dry goods business and intend to close
out entirely during this sale my entire
stocks of dry goods, clothing and
shoes. After this sale I shall handle
FURNITURE exclusively. In offer offering
ing offering this sale, I am giving prices that
the people undoubtedly will appre appre-ciate.
ciate. appre-ciate. Everything in the above men mentioned
tioned mentioned lines will be reduced or sold
out completely. All yard goods on
sale at greatest reductions you have
seen in years. It will most assuredly
pay you to attend this great bargain
event. Yours truly,
B. GOLDMAN.

Positively the Greatest Bargain Event
Ever Seen in Ocala

Dry Goods, Clothing Ready-to-Wear, Shoes, Furnishings
Notions', etc., to be Closed Out Completely. N . . .
A bargain event offering such marvelous values that it will turn
the old town upside-down and crowd our store from front to back.
People will come from fifty- miles away to participate in this sale, and if
you fail to attend you are passing up the greatest landslide of genuine
bargains ever witnessed in this part of the State. Closing out the above
departments. Going to handle Furniture exclusively.

A PERFECT W8IRL WIND ot RAPID RETAILING

Let us impress upon your minds that this sale will be absolutely free from frivolous or foolish adver advertising
tising advertising ; neither shall we burden you with "flowery" talk or strong adjectives. We mean business, and if
our prices do not prove it, then nothing we could say or dp would have any effect. This stock, as you all
know, is up-to-date in every respect and consists of merchandise that you need right now. Our shelves are
loaded to the ceiling, and each and every artic.le in the store will be marked at big reductions. We are
going to sell the goods at sacrifice prices, and sell them in a hurry.

Every article of merchandise marked with a jellow tag. Twenty
tables overflowing with the most wonderful bargains over offered

SALE STARTS

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MAY Ho D Ao Mo

The place you know The date and hour is set It is going to be a sale that you will never. forget.
Several automobiles are now covering the country for 25 miles around this town, spreading the good news.
People are talking as never before. Crowds willbe standing on the sidewalks waiting for the big doors to
swing open. The stock is arranged for easy inspection, quick shopping and absolute satisfaction. Scores
of extra clerks have been added to our regular force.to handle the crowds. Let nothing keep you away;
make a list of your needs now and be here on time.
Our Reputation Stands Behind Evcfy Price and Statement
Tis needless for us to say that our reputation in this community for fair and square dealings is well
known we have been among you for years and if we have any enemies we do not know it. We wish to call
your attention to the fact that during this sale we shall make no inflated statements you can absolutely
bank on every word we tell you. Every article in the store will be marked in plain figures so that you can
see for yourself the immense savings to made. You shall be the judge and the jury; we rest on your de decision
cision decision All that we ask is that you pay a visit to this sale; your good, hard common sense will cause you
tobuy. BE HERE WHEN THE BIG DOORS SWING OPEN. We. are absolutely going to close these
stocks out.

Fit EE, SATURDAY AT 8:30 A. M.
At 8:30 A. M. Saturday we will
throw from the roof of the building
50 rubber balloons. Join the jolly
crowd and get yours. Several of them
good for prizes absolutefy free.
FKEE! AIR SHIP FLIGHT SATUR SATURDAY
DAY SATURDAY AT 3 P. M.
On Saturday afternoon promptly at
the stroke of 3 or as near as the
weather will permit, a gigantic dirig dirigible
ible dirigible type balloon will be sent up in
front of this store. When high in the
air a parachute will drop from same
with a dummy man attached. A won wonderful
derful wonderful sight. Don't miss it.

OCALA, FLORIDA.

' FREE SATURDAY 9 A. M.
The first fifty grown people attend attending
ing attending this sale will be handed a ticket.
Each ticket bears a number and ten of
these are lucky numbers; which entitle
the holder to a nice merchandise pre premium
mium premium FREE. No purchase required.
Be among the first 50 to enter the
store at 9 a. m.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1920

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Picnic supplies must be Iresh
and seasonable to be appreciated
on your outing.
We make a specialty of picniceal picniceal-ables
ables picniceal-ables all the good substantial stand-.
bys and the greatest abundance of
dainties thatjyou li find in town.
Bring us yourorde.r we'll fill it
most temptingly.

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appetite,
f The flavor digestion
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electrically- V
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to you with all its
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preserved.
II Sealed 11 LJ&
Kept HI life
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TNt PERFECT GUM rU K

HUNTER'S AUTO EXCHANGE

ADDS PROTECTION
AND STYLE
To your car if we make that
new auto top for you. The best
of materials and the most skill skillful
ful skillful workmanship result in pro producing
ducing producing a car top that is the
equal of any made anywhere, t
a higher price. Let us buihj for
you a one-man top, according
to your own ideas exclusive
design of quality.

TOPS New, covered, patched, and coated with a patent wax paste
that makes old tops absolutely waterproof.
PAINTING Autos painted, striped and finished in the best of
material.
UPHOLSTERING We are prepared to give you satisfactory ser service
vice service in upholstering backs, seats or cushions.
TIRES, TUBES, GAS and OILS
LET US REPAIR, PAINT AND UPHOLSTER YOUR CAR, SO
YOU CJN ENJOY IT YOURSELF OR SELL TO ADVANTAGE.
AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED
J. W. MUMTEM
OCala OLDUMROPOL?TAN THEATER FfOFlCicl

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have

phone five-one.

any society items,

Dr. E. G. Peek has returned from
i -v v yv 1

a business visit to rsew uneans.

piesent: Mrs. R. G. Blake, Mrs. P.
W. Whitesides, Mrs. R. B. Bullock,
Mrs. Alice Vogt and Mi.-.se? Josie
Williams, Lulu William? of South
Carolina and Miss Dora Vae Vogt.

director gave to the interested pat patrons
rons patrons an hour of most pleasant entertainment.

BARGAINS IN USED CARS

MRS. WALTERS' PARTY

Mrs. J.

and Mi.;

Saxton Wolfe, of Savannah, I

s Fav Lunge, of Asheville,

... A .... who are the popular iruests of Mr.-?.
The candidates are spellbinding thelToi, :mr,wn;! Wf.rr. thf hunorees at:

people at Fort McCoy today, and some, bc.autiful nartv Thursdav afternoon,!

win eto io sail springs.

One 1917 Ford Touring.
One 1918 Ford Touring.
One 1919 Ford Roadster.
AUTO SALES CO.,
Mack Taylor.
Phone 348. tf Ocala. Fla.

Girl wanted at Kindt's music store.

Mrs. R. E. Filcher and a party of

friends from Fruitland Park were

visitors in the city yesterday.

Big boy's

Barnett.

overalls

at Walkley & j

29-ltwky2tdly

, i V i 1 L' J j " - i
I Ocala's loveliest young matrons.
A look into the several rooms v.is;
I simply entrancing, for each one was :
1 elaborately adorned with many bright, j

i vari-colored flowers, giacefully

i rariged. Flowers

flowers, flowers every

The hostess, her honor guests

her mother, Mrs. T. H. Johnson, re-
cejved in the hall with a cordiality ff

genuine tnat, eacn guesi ieit inai h

Men's
Walkley

work pants
& Barnett's.

and shirts at
291tw2tdly

STORE FOR RENT

'The store room in the Merchants
clock now occupied by Pillans &
Smith Grocery Co. will be for rent
about May 1st. R. R. Carroll, Agt tf
SEEDS

Ninety day and old fashion vel?ct
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
com. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf

Men's
nett's.

overalls at

Walkley & Bar-29-2tdlyltw

NEW SEASON'S OPENING

Next week being the national week
for the showing of new summer hat3
all over the world, we will be prepared
to serve our customers, beginning
Tuesday, May 4th. 1920, with "Sum "Summer
mer "Summer Hats for Summer Wear." Minnie
A. Bostick, corner Harricston Hall,
Ocala, Fhu 29-2tdlyltw

Six hundred ladies can get the
BIGGEST BARGAIN at Gens Spec Special
ial Special Sale. Come in and see for your yourself.
self. yourself. Ceng's. Drug Store. G-tf

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here, flowers there, v,rrarm.
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has been given to tne miani son ox t thpre

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Mr. ana airs. tnas. p. riippen.

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Mis Davis and the scholars and

pupils of the industrial school ire
viewing the Oklawaha from the deck
of one of Ed Carmichael's yachts today.

j Pretty tally cards were passed andg g
the pelasure giving game of auction jg g

My price on strawberries Saturday
wiii interest you. Leave your orders.
W. A. Stroud. 3-lt

will

Tally

Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Perkins

commence housekeeping in the

cottage on Sanchez street just as soon

as some repairs and improvements

are maae.

Men's

neit's.

overalls at

Walkley & Bar-29-2tdlyltw

Mr. G. W. Chace and wife left to

day for their regular summer sojourn

in their New England home, lheir

friends will be glad to see them when
they return in the autumn.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices. If

pelasure g

was begun and continued till 6:30,
when the tables were covered with the
daintiest linens and an ice cream

jcouise with cake, salted nuts and
j punch was served. Mrs. Johnson and
I Miss Annie Davis assisted the hostess.

Mrs. J. H. Horrell received a deck
of lovely cards as a reward for hav having
ing having made the highest score. To each
of the hoonr guests Mrs. Walters
gave a box of beautiful stationery.

Among those invited to participate
in the joys of this delightful party
weie: Mrs. Wolf, Miss Lange, Mrs.
Taul Simmons, Mis. Carson Lee, Mrs.
Raiford Simmons, Mrs. Futch, Mrs.
Carney, Mrs. Dehon, Mrs. Arantham,
Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. E. L. Scott,
Mrs. Horrell, Mrs. Borland, Mrs. Lo Logan,
gan, Logan, Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr.. Mrs.
Wartmann, Mrs. Hampton of Fordyce,
Ark.. Mrs. Home. Mrs. E. H. Martin

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"The Fashion Center
Ocala, Florida.

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The Month of Happiness

A POUND PARTY

Little boy's

Barnett.

overalls at Walkley &
29-ltwky2tdly

Mrs. A. T. Thomas will return

home this afternoon from a pleasant

visit of ten days, to Jacksonville,

where she has been the guest of Mrs.
J. A. Bouvier and Mrs. D. C. Stiles.

The "Ease-All" arch protecting

shoes and the Dr. Edison Cushion

Shoes are to be had at only one store
in Ocala. For ladies only. Little's
Shoe Parlor. 15-tf

There will be an executive board
meeting Saturday afternoon at three
o'clock at the Woman's Club, and a
written report of the year's work
must be handed in by the chairmen cf
committees.

Big boy's
Barnett.

overalls

at Walkley &
29-ltwky2tdly

One of the most delightful surprises

that Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Neighbor

have enjoyed was the pound party

last evening, which was arranged and
surressfullv carried out by the mem

bers of Grace Episcopal church.

Mr. and Mrs. Neighbor were com completely
pletely completely surprised when the members

of Grace church arrived at the rectory
laden with all sorts of good things to

eat and various and useful cooking
utensils. The surprisers caught Rev.

Neighbor hard at work with another!
man repairing some little fault of the

organ and when he saw the automo

biles he thouht, of course, it was a

wflddinir uartv to see him. but this

T A i
happy affair proved fully as interest interesting,
ing, interesting, if not more so, to all concerned.

There was. a crowded house when

nil tho P-ift bearers had arrived aid

thic-. welcoming occasion to Rev. and

Mrs. Neighbor and their little daugh

ter, who moved into the rectory this

week, was a most pleasurable affair.

The ladies had prepared quantities cf
eranefruit punch which, with cake,

was served durin gthe evening.

PLAY DAY EXERCISES

Miss Mamie Shephard has returned
from Oldtown, where she was called

on account of the serious illness oi jne pay (jay eXercises at the pri-j
her mother, and her friends will be m,rv RChool vesterdav afternoon

guu iu icaiii uj. mis. aiicimtu o "" proved to a large and appreciative i

provemeni. throne of spectators what an impor

tant fnrtor sunervised may is in a

Sixty-three cents buys the bes! child's development. The program

Cold Cream and one of the best Face yesterday was especially meritorious

Powders on the market. Special sale in that no time bad been taken from

price at Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf "regular school work for rehearsals,

thp exercises illustrating what has

Genial and good-looking Bob Mur- been accomplished during the recess

rell. who used to work for the Star nr nlav time of the school day. A

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years ago, but who has been in Cal- short time only was required yestex

ifornia for ten years, is in the city, day for putting the games in program

visiting, his numerous friends. Bob order.

hasn't aged perceptibly. The program opened with a song

bv the entire school, which was fol

Saturday I will have strawberries, lowed by two song games, in which

celery, apples, bananas, grapefruit, the children in the primer grados

lemons, squash and expect pineapples, participated. The little girls in their

cucumbers, beans, new Irish potatoes, daisy head-dress and the soldier boys

W. A. Stroud. 30-2t evoked much enthusiastic applause.

The cat and rat game by the first

Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Axtell of Jack- grade and the cunning song by pupils

sonville, will arrive in Ocala this aft- in the second grade were equally en-

ernoon to be the guests of Mr. and jovable, and the folk dance by third

Mrs. J. J. Geng for a few days. Both grade children was exceedingly good.
Mr. and Mrs. Axtell have many A number of mirth provoking races;

friends in Ocala who will learn with were enjoyed by participants, andi

pleasure of their visit. 1 spectators alike, these including an
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1 eS Srace wneeiDarrow, crau aim &av.n.

You can be served with gasoline at races.

our Main street entrance as we are The exercises closed with a song uy
using a portable tank. Blalock the school entitled "Florida, My Flor-

Bros. 29-6t ida."

The primary school has an excel-

When Mr. Chas. L. Fox passed thru lent corps of teachers, and with the

here a few days ago, he was return- assistance of Miss Porter as musical

ing to St. Petersburg from a seaplane

voyage in the "Flying Fish," a big and

speedy ship, the property of Mr. Har Harris
ris Harris Allen, a prominent citizen of

Springfield, Mass. The trip from St.
Petersburg to Davtona was made

around Florida, in the air most of the
time, and at a speed that would make

the fast auto look like a mule team.

Snecial sale becinniner 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

Miss Minnie Gamsby was the hos

pitable and informal hostess yester

day afternoon entertaining the Thurs- covLS Sunshine.

The whole world comes to full life again, in the
month of May. Flowers are in bloom, birds are nest nesting,
ing, nesting, weddings are constantly being announced, new
homes are being furnished.
People are planning for vacation days in the
great outdoors. Summer homes are being put in
order against the time when the children ate but of
school.
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Busy days, too.
We're ready to be helpful.
Helpful with apparel for grown-ups.
' Helpful with the right clothes for children.

Helpful with necessaries to beautfy '-your
your '-your home, in town or country.
How may we serve you today?

MAY
Will also usher in great
events in our beautiful city-

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dav afternoon auction club, at the

home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. C. L.

Gamsby. Only the members, who
comprise three tables, were present,

and for several hours auction was

thoroughly enjoyed, after which Miss
Gamsby, assisted by Mrs. Gamsby,
served a delectable sweet course. Mrs.

F. H. Logan, Mrs. L. R. Chazal and
Mrs. Geo. H. Ford were the three high

scorers.

May 4th will bring hundreds of Horticulturists to
our city for their annual convention.
May 6th will bring the great Community Chau Chau-tauque
tauque Chau-tauque to our city.
May 6th will also bring the long looked for half
holiday to our clerks.
Week beginning May 2nd will-be Gala Week in
our city. Everybody come to share in the festivities.
We have also arranged very special offerings for
May in an endeavor to lower the cost of living.

Men's work pants and shirts at
Walkley & Barnett's 291tw2tdly
Yesterday seemed the day for sur surprise
prise surprise parties. Mrs. H. P. Whitesides
was the honoree at one, which was in

the form of a spend the day party,
given by her neighbors, and it was a
very happy surprise for she was un- ;
aware of anything of the kind until j
her friends arrived with armsful of

beautiful flowers and an elegant lunch j

already prepared. Knitting, sewing
and chatting were enjoyed throughout
the day, whicji proved one of the most
pleasant and enjoyable occasions in a
long time. The following were those

After Despondency comes Joy.
After Sickness comes Health.

After Weakness comes SraENGTnV
In the spring when you're "all
in' fagged out blood thin, if
you will turn to Nature's remedy,
a tonic made from wild roots and
barks, which has stood fifty years
as the best spring tonicyon will
find strength refrained. No need
to tell vou it's Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, Put UP m tablet
or liquid form, and sold by every
druggist in the land. After a hard
winter shut up indoors, your blood
needs a temperance tonic, a tissue tissue-builder
builder tissue-builder and blood-maker such as this
"Medical Discovery"of Dr. Pierce's.
Brajxrvonxii. Ala. Doctor Pierce's
Golden Medical Dipcovory is the bet
tonic and bui;1r 1 h?vo evT known.
I wai in a run-down aud weak condition
when I started to take the Golden
Medical Discovery,' and that first bottle
so nrensthened me that I kept on with
it untin had taken three bottle, and
then 'my health was absolutely perfect.
I never hesitate a moment in recom recommending
mending recommending Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery
covery Discovery as the very best of tonic, and am
5 lad to make this statement." Mrs.
nie Dial, 2U0G Tompkins Ave., North.

REMEMBER the great events taking
place in Ocala. Be sure to share in
the festivities. Make our store your head headquarters
quarters headquarters while, in the city. V . .

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1920

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Buy Your
WESTERN R1EAST
of all kinds
FLORIDA BFEF, PORK,
POULTRY, ETC.,
from
New York Market
W. Broadway
Phone 110

The Kind to
which Barney
trusted his
life

NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION

Pursuant to resolution of the city

council of the city of Ocala, adopted

March 2nd, 1920, notice is hereby
given that a special election will be

held in the city of Ocala, on

Tuesday, May 11th, 1920,

to determine whether or not the city

of Ocala shall issue its bonds for pay

ing for part of the cost of grading,

paving and curbing certain streets or

portions of streets m the city ot
Ocala.

The inspectors and clerks of said

election, named by the council in the
aforesaid resoluiton are as follows:

"A" to "L": William Littledale, E.

W. Clement, W. A. Knight, inspectors;

F. W. Ditto, clerk.

"M" to "Z": L. M. Murray, H. 11.

Whetstone, M. C. Izlar, inspetcors; S.

S. Savage Jr., clerk.

This April 23, A. D. 1920.
H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.

dly Apr23-30-My7

LATEST LOCALS
Temperature this morning, 54; this
afternoon, 92.

Mrs. J. S. Gamble of Wildwood was
in the city this morning.

NOTICE

If Barney, Trusts Them
YOU CAN

DAVIES, The Tire Man
Vulcanizing
. Phones 438-76.

In

guest for a few days at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Will Edwards.

Mr. Daniel Cappleman is in New

York city, Washington and other
northern cities for two weeks, trans transacting
acting transacting business.

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Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prifjs- -p
There will be another good dance at
Belleview tonight and the young folks
of Belleview extend an invitation to
the dancing set of Ocala to be pres present.
ent. present. Norland's orchestra will furnir-h
the music.

the Circuit Court of the Fifth

Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
J. B. Kirk, Complainant, vs. William
H. Shipley, et als., Defendants.
Order for Constructive Service.

It is ordered that the defendants

herein named, to-wit: J. Carrio Will

iams and Evelyn St. Clair Williams,

William Shipley and Jenny Francis

Shipley, be and they are hereby re required
quired required to appear to the bill of com complaint
plaint complaint filed in this cause on or before
Monday, the 3rd day of May, 1920.

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ii is xurxner oraereu mat a copy ox under the auspices of the

TM ofrrht nnnooont va woolc in tho I oowwi,v, o ..v-v, v...fe ...v..

nni cf o- o m,.Tonon0, 1 success. A few of the merchants

published in said countv and state. have already given appropriate ar

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This 27th day of February, 1920. tides and it is hoped that more win

(Seal Ct. Ct.) P. H. Nugent, respond to this call for articles of

Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County, anv descriDtion that are useful cr

-cm :j t.. T)..iU t.i : i r i

r iunua. jy auiu jl.viu, xj. v. i ornamental.

Li. W. Duval, z-Z7-xri

Messrs. Johnson and Lutes and
their airship remain with us. for some
of the folks want to go up every day.
The airplane knows every aerial trail

in forty miles and seems to enjoy

cruising around over the friendly

country.

The rummage sale being conducted

cemetery

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.OTICE OF SPECIAL, MASTER'S SALE

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f all "thought provoking" 1
turerr-;, AHirt Elward Wigwam st:ml-
suirt-rr! in the lWil. :is you will realize
if;. r lienriiiK his delightful lisi-our.e
entitled Forty Kinds of Fools" .or
'How Eli iot There" rn the opening
night of your Chautauqua. Ills run running
ning running fire of eloquence uml wit is sure
t please and rnakp you tlilnk. Do
you want to pet rich? Do you want to
ft 1 twenty years younger? Do you
want your children to know how to
grasp the opportunities of the future?
Do you want to laugh until your shies
ache? Wlggam will help you do all
this on the first night of the Chautauqua.

" Complainant's Soliictor.

NOTICE

In

FOR SALE Modern home of seven

rooms, pantry and bathroom. Garage
for two, cars. Pleasantly located and
price reasonable. Address "Home," P.

O. Box 149, Ocala, Fla., or telephone

441. 30-6t

the Circuit Court of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.

Uorsey Holmes, complainant, vs.

Lovey Fort Holmes, Defendant.
Order for Constructive Service.

It is ordered that the Defendant

herein named, tO-Wlt: JLovey i?Ort Editor Star: Please hand the people

Holmes, be and he is hereby required through your columns the "Order of

PROGRAM FOR ROMEO PICNIC

WE SELL
fertilizers, Moss, Cotton and
Cotton Seed Meal, Hay, Pea Peanuts,
nuts, Peanuts, Goobers, Chufas,
Field Peas, Velvet :
Beans, Etc.
ALL FRESH GOODS
WE BUY
Chickens and Eggs, Potatoes,
Onions, Corn and in fact any anything
thing anything the farmer may have for
sale.
WE PAY CASH for every everything
thing everything we buy and demand cash
for everything we sell. Come
on and let's do business.
OCALA EXCHANGE
AND HIDE COMPANY
PHONE 400 OCALA, FLA.

Sec Me
For All Classes Oi
Stone, Brick, Wood,
and Concrete

Building

eCasMll

Contractor
Phone 446. 728 Weaona St.

to appear to the bill of complaint

hied m this cause on or before

Monday, the 3rd day of May, 1920.

It is further ordered that a copy of

this order be published once a week

for eight consecutive weeks in the

ucaia evening btar, a newspaper

published in said county and state.

This 27th day of February, 1920.

(Seal Ct. Ct.) P. H. Nugent,

Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,

Florida. By Kuth Ervin. D. C.

L. W. Duval, 2-27-fri

Complainant's Soliictor.
SHERIFF'S SALE

Under and toy virtue of an execution

issued out or and under the seal or
the circuit court of Marion c&untv.

Florida, dated the 5th day of January.

a. l. lazw. wnerein II. A. James & Co.

Inc., a corporation, is Dlalntiff and

Ocala Knitting & .Manufacturing Com Company,
pany, Company, a Florida corporation, is defend

ant, I have levied upon and will offer

ior sale and sell the same to the high

est and best bidder for cash between

the legal hours of sale, on

Monday, May 3rd. A. 1). 1920.

at the west door of the Marion county

court nouse, in ocala, Florida, the iol

lowing described personal property,

to-wit: ah yarn, thread and clotn

and all clothing: and garments manu

factured or in process of manufacture

located In the 'building occupied by

ocaia Kjiitting & Manufacturing Com

pany, which said building is located

on lot two of block sixty-nine. Old

Survey. Ocala, Florida. Said sale be

ing made to realize the money on said

execution mentioned with costs of sale

and other expeneses.

J. P. OALLOWAT,
Sheriff of iMarion County. Florida.

D. NIEL FERGUSON,

Plaintiff's Attorney. 4-2-fri

NOTICE OF SPECIAL. MASTER'S SALE

Saturday I will have strawberries,
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ceiery, apples, bananas, grapeiruit,

errons, squash and expect pineapples,

cucumbers, beans, new Irish potatoes.

V. A. Stroud. 30-2t

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 Noble V. Harison 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. 132u. i, the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned special master in chancery
appointed by 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 Marion county court
house in Ocala, Florida, on
Monday, .May 3d, A. I). IU20,
between the hours of 11 o'clock a." n..
and 2 o'clock p. m., the lands describ described
ed described in said decree and aituated in Ocala,
Marion county, Florida, and more par particularly
ticularly particularly described as follows:
LfOts two (2J and three. t3J, block
sixty-nine (6y), Old Survey, Ocala.
Florida.

In making the said sale 1 .-Hall first i
offer the folloTvinp- desorilte-l pcriioi. t

of said lands, to-wit:
Lot olock 6'J. Uli iiurve;.-, OcuLi.
Fla.,
and shall then offer tlie fLov.-.n j;
scribed, portion.-; of sai l la:; !-, t .-v.-.t:
Lot 3. of blick 6:. Old srvi, 'cala,
Florida.

And shall then oner for s.i.e a.s a
whole the entire mortgaged ,r-;r.:se.-.
to-wit:
Lots 2 and 3, block 6?, Old Survey,
Ocala, Florida.
If at said sale the sum total of the
amount bid therefor for the separate
tracts or portions as above described
snail exceed the amount bid for the
ntire mortgaged premises v.hr-.i of offered
fered offered as a whole, then the srid yrcu,
erty will be sold to the respective bid bidders
ders bidders for the separate portions; but if
t.ie amount offered and Old for the en entire
tire entire mortgaged premises as a whole
shall exceed the sum total of the bids
for the separate portions as above de described,
scribed, described, then the said mortgaged prem premises
ises premises will be sold to the highest and
best bidder therefor for cash; 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 W. DUVAL, Special Master.
Complainant's Solicitor. 4-2-Fri

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V1NCU VLSnlTH PROP R

SEEDS!

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCfDENT AUTOMOBILE

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee,

Ninety day and old fashion velvet V?inmg 65 J?n.oe

beans, chufas. cow peas and sorghum 8 we, sea is guarameea.

eed. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf ngnung r vuAui x no.,

The price on the 18-room house to

day is $2340. 30-lt

V. K. Lane, M. D., Physician anJ
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose an'
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent s?tore,
Ocala. Fla. H

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uniformity and leav- .-0
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Notice is hereby eriven that tinder and

by virtue of a final decree of foreclosure'

entered in that certain cause pending
in the circuit court of the Fifth Judic

ial Circuit of the state of Florida, in

and for iMarion county, in chancery.

In which Noble W. Hanson Is com

plainant and Ruth M. Giles et al.. are

defendants, of date April 1st A.

19ZU, I, tne undersigned special mas

ter In chancery appointed by the said

eourt 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

ion county court house in Ocala, Flor

Ida, on

Monday. May 3rd, A. D. 1020

ibetween the hours or ix oclock a. m

and 2 o clock p. m. the lands and per

sonal property descriDed in said ae

hcree, said lands and .personal property

being situated in Marion county, Flor

ida, to-wit:

the Day" for next Thursday, at Romeo

10 a. m. Song, "My Country 'Tis of

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Invocation.

Deakine by the county candidates

in the following order:

For representative.
P'or county judge.
For clerk circuit court.
For superintendent of schools.
12:30 p. m. Dinner hour.
1:30 p. m. For tax assessor.
For sheriff.
.C:i,. 1 I ... I, T T(r L'l.lr.ltr.

who is alone in his. race for tax collec

tor.

For county commissioners.
For member of school board.
All others offices.

I have not heard definitely from any

of the "distinguished" from other parts
of the state, ibutam advised that some

will toe present. Should they come we

will find places for them on our pro

gram.

I am trying to arrange to have r.n

orchestra present to furnish music. If
I succeed music will be interspersed at

proper intervals. If we do not, than

we will have words without music.

Just a plain good old time among our

selves and our neighbors.

To the candidates: We know you

will be good, boys, and hand us your
claims to office, with a genial smile,
and in a pleasant, happv manner, omit omitting
ting omitting all semblance of rough or unkind
criticism. The day is yours, and the

best time we can give you. There are
32 qualified voteis in this precinct, un un-less
less un-less others are added before election
day. Come out and see how many of
these you can win. Just one vote

elects sometimes.

Hoping to see a good crowd present',

and with a cordial invitation to all, I

LISTEN
If you can't come
to our store with
your boy, send
him to us. He
will have the
best of treat treatment,
ment, treatment, the same
as if you were

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This is a great
opportunity t o
overcome the
high cost of litr-

at least
of its

branches. Dont
overlook it.

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one

beg to remain

Sincerely yours,

W. O. BREWER,
Chairman Romeo Picnic.

LAKE WEIR

Lake Weir, March 27. The Lake

Weir Club closed- the season's pro-gram-with
a card party and picnic

supper Friday night, April 24th. Mrs.

S. J. Rogers, president, Mrs. H. G.

Connard, vice president, Mrs. F. M.
Hall, secretary and treasurer, with

Mr. C. Rheinauer as chairman of the

Beginning at the northwest corner finnnpp rommittpp. havp all nut their

of tblock 52. Old Survey, Ocala, Florida,!, a , u i.,u

running thence east one hundred and "est euuns mxwaiu to man-u uic tmu

thirty-four (134) feet, thence running a succes sthis season. The rjroerram

has been varied and unique and all
the entertainments wrell attended by
tourists, new settlers and residents of

the lake. One of the most enjoyable
affairs was an all-day picnic at the
beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Rheinauer, on the north side of the
lake. It is a foregone conclusion that

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Below we mention a Icw ol the many things we have in store
lor the boy. Bring or send him. He'll be taken care o!

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

ning north one hundred and thirty-

two (132) feet to point of beginnin

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

chinery consists of one No. 6 Erie en

gine 25-HP.; one Side crank Stationery nnthino- nan snrnncc fho (rpnninp hns

oi,It r.T,o mnaa crln- tnrn Worn Jtr I ""-"'"fc, to

pituiity oi Jii. anu iurb. xvuciiiciuer
and aside from one or two other af-

BAKING POWDER
to fail than there is for sugar
ttotto sweeten. That's one reason

i why there's more Calumet sold than

any otner brand on earth. Another
reason to beeaus lt'a absolutely para ia

ifie uma ma in in Dauog. Ana Btiii an.
otktr reaaoo it' tba tnost economical
to hay and to om moderate In eoat.

teaBtt. Evert reason why you ahoul J

ortier S can on inai loaay.
Too av when yoa bay it roo

tt.wi witea ran vim h.

Caloniet contain only atKh
InKTediecta M have been ap

proved otnetaii pj uia u Ja.

HIGHEST QUA11TT

HIGHEST

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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 sins. etc.

and also, the south half (s) of block

63, 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 15 feet, thence running south 12

feet, thence running west 119 feet.

thence running north 132 feet to point
of ibeginning;
and shall secondly offer for sale the
following described personal property,
to-wit:
All machinery, engines, gins, etc.,
located, stored and affixed in and to
the factory located on the lot in block
52, Old Purvey, Ocala, Florida, above
described, which said machinery con consists
sists consists of one No. 6 Erie engine 25-HP.;
one side crank, stationary engine;, one
moss gin; two Horn & Green cotton
gins; one Coleman cotton gin; one cot cotton
ton cotton and moss press, together with all
attachments, apparatus, gearing, belt belting,
ing, belting, etc, connected with the said ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, engines, gins, etc.
and shall then offer for sale the fol following
lowing following described portion of the mort mortgaged
gaged mortgaged premises, to-wit:
South half (sij) of block 68, Old
Survey, Ocala, FlorfcTa,
(After offering the mortgaged prop property
erty property in separate portions as above de described,
scribed, described, I shall then offer for sale the
entire mortgaged property as herein hereinabove
above hereinabove described as a whole.
And if at the said sale the sum total
of the amounts bid 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 (bidders therefor; but if
the amount offered at said sale for the
entire mortgaged property when offer offered
ed offered as a whole shall exceed the sum
total of the 'bids offered for the sep separate
arate separate portions as above described, then
the entire mortgaged property shall be
sold to the highest and best bidder
therefor for cash, or so much thereof
as may be necessary to satisfy the said
final decree and costs of this suit.
Said sale to be made subject to the
confirmation of the court.
D. NIEL. FERGUSON,
L, W. DUVAL, Special Master.
Complainant's Solicitor. 4-2-Frl

fairs at the club house, was thougnt
by many persons to be the very best
entertainment of the season, and
should have the prize offered when
the program was issued.
Mr. and Mrs. George Kemple and
interesting family from Akron, Ohio,
who have spent the winter on the
lake, will leave for their home Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, much to the regret of the
large number of friends they have
made during their sojourn on the
lake. They leave also with regret,
but with the promise of being with ns
again next winter if possible.
The school and political picnic on
the "Connor grounds last Saturday
was a great success. Every candidate
of course told how much he could and
would do for his constituents and
smiled at the ladies as they kissed
the babies, with the exception of W.
W. Stripling, who not only smiled but
beamed as he told in a few well chos chosen
en chosen words that he would try and do
just as well the second term of office
as the first. Every one said "the man
isn't born yet who can beat our honor honored
ed honored tax collector."
Mrs. Ida Burdrck and son. Loyd of
Westerly, R. I., left this morning for
their northern home, but we are glad
to know they will return in the early
fall to build themselves a neat little
bungalow on their five-acre lot, re recently
cently recently purchased on the Dixie High Highway.
way. Highway. Dr. E. P. Herr and Mr. J. H. Brad Bradford
ford Bradford have just returned from St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg and Safety Harbor, where
they spent a week fishing for kingfish.
Some one was successful as they
brought a barrel full home with them.

Boys' Palm Beaches
Carried over
Eight Suits one pair pnts

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Fifteen Suits one pair pants
Seventeen Suits two pair pants

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Boys' Wash Pants
150 pairs, light and dark and
striped. All sizes and going at
85c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75.
Prices that could not be dupli dupli-cated
cated dupli-cated at wholesale.
Boys' Khalii Pants
Only a few of these left, but while they last we
are selling them at
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00
200 pairs of, pants in Mixtures and Blue Serges
From S1.50 to $3.00

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OUR NEW GOODS HAVE ARRIVED AND PRICES ARE RIGIff

OTHER GOOP THINGS FOR THE BOY!

Overalls, $1.25, $1.50, $2. One-piece Overalls, Headlight brand, small sizes, $2.25; medium sizes, $2,50; larger sizes $3. Bathing Suits,
two-piece, 75c to $1.50; Bathing Suits, one-piece, $1 to $3. Union Suits, 75c, 85c. and $1.25. Full assortment of famous Black Cat Stock-

pecial for full blooded boys. A few waists carried over at $1; new stock at $1J0. Boy's Shirts at 75c. 51 ana iu, jusi aooui uve

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dozen left. A few Boy's Undershirts at 25c and 50c, worth $1.

Boy's Caps, from 55c to $1.75.
White Wash Hats, Paim Beach and Straw. 50c to $1.30.
Boy's Tennis Shoes up to $3 White and Brown Canvas.
Boy's Tennis Oxfords, 75c. and $1.

Full assortment of Shoes and Oxfords for -the smaller
children; all sizes, real values and ranging in prices from
$1-30 up. Look them over.

THE WEEK OF MONDAY, -MAY 3, WILL BE GALA WEEK IX OCALA. THE FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY WILL
HOLD ITS 33RD ANNUAL CONVENTION HERE MAY 4-7. THE COMMUNITY CHAUTAUQUA WILL BE HERE MAY G TO 10.
TO OUR OUT OF TOWN FRIENDS-If ou find it inconvenient to pay us a visit, just send us a card, stating ,our wants, and we win
be pleaced to "fill the bill." and when in the city we want you to make our store your store. W. are ,i,lia. to eo little better than BM.

THE HABERDASHER

Ocala,

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