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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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Weather Forecast: Generally fair
tonight and Sunday.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1920.
VOL. 26, NO. 104
BOARD OF TRADE READY TO ROUT ATLANTIC FLEET
CRIMSON IS A
DANGEROUS COLOR
ALL 13 QUIET
CHAUTAUQUA IS A
FAVORED BONDS
THE RADICALS
CONVENTION
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ANATOLIA

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Kecom mended Several Changes in
the Proposed Street Paving
Program
The Marion County Board of Trade
at, its meeting last night endorsed the
proposed bond issue for street paving
in Ocala with the proviso that a heavy
type of surfacing be laid on N. Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia St. from the city limits to the
Seaboard tracks; Wenona St. from
Fort King avenue to S. Fifth street;
S. 5th St. from Wenona to Lake Weir
avenue; Lake Weir avenue to the city
limits; and on N. Main St. from Wash Washington
ington Washington St. to union station; and Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue, with a recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation that the city council specify what
additional streets can then be paved
with the lighter type of surfacing
with the remainder of the bond issue.
There was a good attendance at the
meeting and the sentiment as express expressed
ed expressed was strong for bonds. Some were
of the opinion that the amount of the
bond issue should be larger, and there
wa some difference of opinion as to
what streets should be paved, and vn
the type of paving. All were agreed,
however, that the city is now wasting
money through its present street sys system
tem system and must have permanent streets.
The recommendation to the council
was that that body specify as streets
to be paved with the lighter type of
surfacing, S. Magnolia St. from Fort
King to S. 8th. S. 8th St. from South
Magnolia to Orange St. and Orange
St. to the hospital, and W. Broadway
fro mthe end of the brick pavement to
the city limits or as near to the city
limits as possible.
Two members of the council and
the city attorney were present at the
meeting. They stated that the coun council
cil council had been endeavoring to find a
solution for the paving problem of the
city without making too much of a
burden on the taxpayers. Mr. A. T.
Thomas, councilman in charge of
streets, stated that he fully under understood
stood understood that a light type of surfacing
was not as good as a heavy type, lie
thought, however, that the lighter
surfacing on the streets with compai compai-atively
atively compai-atively light traffic would enable -the
city to get rid of its present difficul difficulties
ties difficulties of upkeep. If necessary, Mr.
Thomas said, the three-quarters or
the one-inch surfacing could have on
additional surfacing put down on it
several years from now.
With reference to the recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation for the paving with lighter sur surfacing
facing surfacing of the streets leading to the
hospital and West Broadway, it was
pointed out by the city attorney that
the amount of the bond issue remain remaining
ing remaining after the paving of the streets
v with heavy surfacing would be suffic sufficient
ient sufficient to put the lighter surfacing on
more streets than those recommended.
At its meeting next Tuesday night,
it is probable that the city council, If
it decides to specify what streets will
be paved with the light form of pav paving,
ing, paving, will specify more than the streets
recommended.
The special committee of (the Board
of Trade appointed several weeks ago
to confer with the council in connec connection
tion connection with the proposed bond issue
made its report through its chairman,
Mr. T. T. Munroe. The report was ac
cepted after being amended to include
Oklawaha avenue among the streets
to be paved with a heavy type of sur surfacing.
facing. surfacing. Property owners on Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha were present at the meeting and
protested against a light type of pav paving
ing paving for this much traveled thorough thoroughfare.
fare. thoroughfare. The members of the special
committee are: T. T. Munroe, chair chairman,
man, chairman, George MacKay, Dr. E. G. Peek
and H. C. Jones. This committee is
continued to confer further with the
council. The report of this commit committee,
tee, committee, as amended and accepted last
night, is as follows:
"We, the undersigned committee,
appointed' by the Marion County
Board of Trade to co-operate with
your honorable body in the matter of
construction of paved streets in Ocala,
and issuing, bonds to cover cost of
same, recommend the permanent
pavement known to be such from ex
ample furnished by' experience of
other cities, on the following streets:
"North Magnolia to city limits.
"North Main to Seaboard station.
''Wynona St. from Fort King ave-
"nue south over Lake Weir avenue to
city limits, known as the Dixie High
way.
"Oklawaha avenue.
We estimate the area on these four
streets to amount to approximately
50,000 square yards, at say $z per
yard, estimated to include cost of nec
essary grading and foundation work,
$100,000
"We recommend that the remaining
portion of the fund derived from th
bond issue and property assessment
be expended as far as it will go on
such other streets of the city as are
already surfaced with lime rock, using
a lighter or a cheaper form of pave
ment.
"We recommend that a competent
man" be employed as city engineer
and that his endorsement go on al
plans that may be adopted.
- "We recommend that you invest!
gate other types
of non-permanent
pavement than those already submit submitted
ted submitted with a view of getting the best
results.
"We recommend that when con construction
struction construction begins a competent testing
engineer be employed to supervise the
quality of the material used to "ascer-

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Federal, fState and Municipal Forces

in All Uneasy Centers Will Meet
Disorder with Force
(Associated Press)
Washington, May 1. Forewarned
by the department of justice, those
responsible for the maintenance of 1
order in every city were prepared to I
act at the first siem of disorder m-1
stigated by radicals. Reports con-1
tinued to arrive that communist agi

tators were still trying to arouse thejcoULDNT HANDLE

workers to a May day show of power,
but no reports of violence had reached
officials here.
NEW YORK PREPARED
New York, May 1. May day found
cities throughout the country under
strong police and military cruard in
anticipation of possible acts of vio-
lence Dy rauicais. ine soiaiers ai
Governor's Island were in readiness
The
to respond for instand duty in New
York.
FRENCH WORKERS ORDERLY
Paris, Mar 1. Comple calm reign-
u in trans louay, ine workers iuay i
i t i r a i x i l t n I
aay ceieDranons oemg very oraeny.
1 11 t. Ill
SIKEETCAK STRIKE
AT ROCHESTER, N. Y.
(Associated Press) I
Rochester, N. Y., May 1. Street J
ca. tramc is at a standstill, the em-1
ployes of the company striking' not-1
withstanding an agreement to arbi-J
trate their differences. They demand
a 90 per cent wage increase.
PUBLIC BEGINNING WAR
ON HIGH PRICES
( Associated Pressj
PittsW. Mnv 1TwelvP thmiAnnri
Tm.mhrs nf the TnTitrres of Wnm.
ens Pluhs hvp nlerfced themselves in
ni in
w fjii iiiiiv j i.m. uir i iiii.iiiiiv ii i i l rr
drop and place a two weeks ban on
the use of Irish potatoes.
REFUSE TO PAY
PROFITEER RENTS
(Associated Press)
Chicago, May 1. Thousands of
families went on a rent strike here to today
day today and refused to vacate their apart apartments
ments apartments in accordance with the May day
moving orders. The tenants refuse
to pay exorbitant rents.
RECOUNT NEEDED
' IN NEW JERSEY
(Associated Press)
Newark, May 1. The chief justice
of the supreme court today signed an
order for a recount of the vote cast in
Tuesday's presidential preferential
primaries for Johnson and Wood.
LIGHT'S CHALLENGE
I hereby challenge and charge Mr. I
W. J. Folks to a debate on "Why did
you fail to' fulfill your 1918 campaign I
pledges in regard to a reduction of I
state expenditures by the 1919 legis-1

ature?" Also a debate by all thelvention very interestingly and made

candidates for the legislature on, I
"WThat items of state expenses do you 1
propose to reduce and how do you pro-1
pose to undertake a reduction if you I
are elected." If constitutional amend-1
ment is adopted by the general elec-
tion for state roads, "What amount do 1
you want to be issued, and how are
you going to get the funds to meet the
bond issue, if elcted?" L. S. Light.
NOTICE TO ODD FELLOWS
Dear Brother: The anniversary ser-1
mon for the Odd Fellows and Rebekas
will be held at the Christian church
Sunday night, May 2, at 7:45 o'clock,
Bring your family to the church and
come to the Odd Fellow hall at 7:30
o'clock and we will march over to the
church in a body. Brother Off ut and
the choir are making special prepara

Hons for this service, so do not dis- Tithing and stewardship were dis disappoint
appoint disappoint them and you will be well re I cussed and many testified as to the

paid for the effort you make.
Be sure and be on hand.
Yours in F. L. and T.,
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
NEW SCHEDULE FOR
THE HIGH SCHOOL
The hours for the high school will
oe changed to suit the weather and
the pupils for the remainder of the
session. Classes will assemble at 8:d0
instead of 9 o'clock in the morning
and dismiss 45 minutes earlier. This
takes effect Monday morning.
tain if it comes up to specifications."
The plan is to have the property
owners on the streets paved pay two
thirds of the cost of the navine.
Paving certificates will be issued and
the property owners given ten years
in which to pay them. The paving
certificates will be immediately avail
able for making payment for the con
stiuction of the pavement. The bond
j issue is for $50,000 and the property
owners' share of the cost brings the
total expenditure to $150,000.
Six hundred ladies can get the
BIGGEST BARGAIN at Gerig's Spec-
ial Sale. Come in and see for your
self. Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf

Salty Influence of Twenty-Five Thou

sand Loyal Gobs Will be Felt
in New York City
(Associated Press)
New York, May 1. The great
At-
llantic fleet arrived here today to give
2:.000 sailors relaxation from their
winter spent in Pacific and West In
dian waters. The fleet will remain a
fortnight,
HIS CANNON
Cotter's Marksmanship as Rotten as
His Principles
( Associated Press)
Chattanooga, May 1. Jackson Cot
ter, a student at Summerville, ua.
high schoolj is in jail for firing six
shots at a teacher, Prof. Ransom, as
the latter left the school. Ransom
escaped injury owing to Cotter's bad
aim. The shooting was said to be in
revenge for a severe thrashing.
OVERALL CRAZE MEETS
GTIF'TJ' OPPOTTinV
M. w m -
(Associated Press)
FnllnheP W Va Mav 1. Tin
workers here have organized an anti
overall club, adopted resolutions con
demning the overall craze, pledged
themselves to discourage the overall
ciud movement ana try to prevent
persons who don't work from .wearing
overalls.
METHODIST CONFERENCE
AT DES MOINES
(Associated Press)
DesMoines, May 1. The quadren-
lnial conference of tne JVletnodist .pis
I 1 .1 1- t r L!. 1 i.1
copai cnurcn, Deiore wnicn comes ine
question Of Unification With the Meth
odist Episcopal church. South, Opened
icaav to continue tnrouznoui me
month.
v
FEDERAL COURT UPHOLDS
THE LEVER ACT
(Associated Press)
Buffalo, May 1. In a decision ren
dered in federal court here today in
alleged profiteering cases, the Lever
food control act provision against un unjust
just unjust and unreasonable charges was
held constitutional.
W. M. U. DISTRICT MEETING
Tuesday at Crystal River was a
very enjoyable day for those ladies
whe were fortunate enoueh to attend
meetin, of Mr, q w Scofield's
district of the Marion Baptist Asso-
ciation.
At o'clock, Mrs. T. N. Strange,
of Dunnellon4 president of the asso-
ciation. called the meeting to order.
Mrs. Clark of Crystal River led the
devotional service.
Mrs. R. J. Rawls made all welcome
with a few well chosen words to which
Mrs. Kibler of Dunnellon replied.
The president called for short re-
ports from each society represented,
Mrs. Strange told of the state con
special mention of the two singers
there, Mr. Martin, who had charge of
the choir and Charlie Butler, a soloist,
who sings only old gospel songs. Rev.
Armstrong added to what Mrs.
Strange said of the singer and stated
that Mr. Butler had promised to at
tend the Florida Baptist Assembly at
I DeLand, July 7-14, this making an
other attraction for the assembly.
Mrs. G. W. Scofield read an inter
esting paper on the benefit to be de
rived from these district meetings.
Mrs. Rorex of Inverness told about
our denominational literature, what a
I vast amount we have and how impor-
tant that we should read and teach
good literature.
Miss Ada B. Willis, a gifted aad
J consecrated young woman of Crystal
River, sane a selection which was
1 greatly enjoyed by all.
pleasure and benefit derived through
attending to the Lord's business by
this plan.
A recess was enjoyed "while every
one partook of the delicious and boun
tiful lunch served by Mrs. R. J. Rawls,
Mrs. J. E. Stevens and other members
of the local W. M. U. The lunch was
I served near the river bank
At 2 o'cIocK the meeting was called
to order again and Mrs. Wells of Dun
nellon led the devotional service.
Mrs. E. Van Hood told very inter
estingly about mission study classes,
how to conduct the class and what to
study.
Mrs. Burnette spoke of the work
with our young people and the ltn-
1 portance of Bible and mission study
while young.
I Mrs. Cranford of Inverness read a
j splendid paper on enlistment. This
subject was also discussed by Rev.
- 1 Armstrong.
- 1 Mrs. Hoyd, a lovely young woman
visiting m Crystal River, delighted
all by singing a solo.
Problems of the W. M. U. were dis-
I cussed by nearly all present.
A resolution of thanks from the
I visitors was given the ladies of the
Crystal River W. M. U. for a very
- 1 pleasant and profitable day.
i Reporter.

It Should Not be Worn or Displayed
by Itself in America

(Associated Preas)
Washington, May 1. The Associa Association
tion Association of Harvard Clubs, which is meet meeting
ing meeting here today, caused a commotion
when it was mistaken for a red May
day parade while passing alon the
streets en route to Annapolis, with
the Harvard crimson on their auto automobiles.
mobiles. automobiles. BAD LOANS MADE BY
THE KANSAS BANKS
(Associated Press)
Kansas City, May 1. Cattle grow growers
ers growers cannot obtain needed funds be because
cause because the banks made loans to non nonessential
essential nonessential industries until money is not
available, according to a resolution
sent to the governor of the federal
reserve board today by a conference
of livestock interests.
PLEASANT DUTY FOR
PERSHING TO PERFORM
(Associated Press)
Panama, May 1. General Pershing
kissed a score of pretty young Balboa
girls here today after presenting
them with a cup as a reward for war
work.
MEET THE NEW MINISTER
Rev. W. F. Creson, the new Presby
terian pastor, who has come from
Port Gibson, Miss., to accept the call
of this church, arrived this afternoon.
Mr. Creson will preach tomorrow both
morning and evening. Mr. Creson has
been pastor of the Presbyterian
church at Port Gibson for six years,
and he has done fine work building up
the membership of that church and
enlarging its usefulness in all that
section. He has the love and esteem
of all the people of Port Gibson, and
the Presbyterians of Ocala have cause
tc congratulate themselves upon se?
curing Mr. Creson and feel that Xhe
church will grow, both spiritually and
materially, under his pastorate. Evary
Presbyterian is expected to be in the
church at the services tomorrow and
they will gladly welcome all visitors.
Mrs. Creson and the rest of the fam family
ily family will be in Augusta, Ga., for a few
weeks, after which they will join Mr.
Creson and occupy the manse on Fart
King avenue.
BARGAIN IN BUICK 4 ROADSTER
Buick "4" roadster in good shape.
Good tires. AUTO SALES CO..
Mack Taylor.
Phone 348, Ocala, Fla. 12-tf
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"Doing thin&s a little mi different"
is Miss Theresa Sheehans habit and
because of this originality she is rated
as one of the greatest readers on the
Chautauqua platform. Each presenta presentation,
tion, presentation, be it a humorous sketch or a dra dramatic
matic dramatic recitation, is marked with a
style, a sincerity, an understanding
that is quite her own. For instance,
her thrilling word-painting of the sink
ing of the Titanic an original reading
that is brimming over with smiles and
tears and realism. Miss Sheehan has
promised to give this unusual reading
to our Chautauaua audience. On the
third day of the Community Chautau
qua the clever Sheehan trio will offer
their original and pleasirfg program
for your approval.
The
Tovsuop
1 A PfcGEAUT

Armenians and Other Christians are
Having a Brief Respite from the
Murderous Ottomans

(Associated Press)
Constantinople, May 1. Quiet is
reigning momentarily in Anatolia,
where Turkish nationalist troops are
under arms. The Greeks are holding
the line in Aidin.
BON ILL AS BELIEVES IN
SAVING HIS BACON
Rather be a Live Diplomat
Dead Candidate
than
(Associated Press)
Laredo, May 1. Ygnacio Bonillas,
Mexican ambassador to Washington,
has renounced his candidacy for the
Mexican presidency, believing his ser services
vices services as a diplomat are needed, ac according
cording according to Mexico City newspapers.
KOLCHAK'S OLD GUARD
FIGHTS TO THE LAST
(Associated Press
Vladivostok, May 1. Severe fight fighting
ing fighting is in progress in China between
the last remnant of Kolchak's army
and an opposing bolshevik faction.
The Japanese are supporting the Kol Kol-chak
chak Kol-chak faction.
BOLSHEVIKI HAVE
CAPTURED BAKU
(Associated Press)
London, May 1. Russian bolshevik
foices occupied Baku Wednesday.
WILLIAM BARRETT RIDGELY
(Associated Press)
Baltimore, May 1. Wm. Barrett
Ridgeley, comptroller of the currency
from 1901 to 1908, died here .today
after an operation.
CARY HARDEE APPROVED
BY OLD CONFEDS
Whereas, We, the members of Camp
Colquitt No. 1544 U. C V., have read
with hearty approval the able and
practical platform of Cary A. Hardee,
a candidate for governor of the state
ot Florida; and,
Whereas, The said Cary A. Hardee
is a native of Florida, reared on a
Florida farm and therefore has a
deep interest in the welfare of the
farmer; and,
Whereas, The said Cary A. Hardee
is the son of a U. C. V.,
Therefore, We, the members of
Camp Colquitt, do promise to give
him hearty support for the governor governorship
ship governorship in the June primary, and we fur further
ther further hope, and advise, that the U. C.
V. and the sons of the U. C. V., will
give the said Cary A. Hardee their
valuable support as governor "of the
great state of Florida. We hope and
beg, that the U. D. C. will use their
unbounded influence in behalf of Cary
A. Hardee for governor of the state
of Florida.
We further recommend that a copy
of these minutes be published in the
Enterprise-Recorder, and that the ad adjutant
jutant adjutant of Camp Colquitt shall forward
a copy of the same to M. L. Dawson,
Live Oak, who is Hardee's campaign
manager, in order that the said M.
L. Dawson may have the minutes to
republish in any papers of the state
he may deem advisable.
RESOLUTION BY
OAK HILL CAMP
Whereas, The Sovereign Camp of
the W. O. W. at its last meeting, held
in Chicago, did, by the chicanery and
secret machinations on the part of
some of our sovereign officers, with without
out without our knowledge or consent, so
change our laws as to be subversive,
if not entirely destructive, of those
grand principles of fraternity on
which our order was founded; there therefore
fore therefore be it
Resolved. 1st. That we condemn
its action as unjust, unreasonable and
discriminatory, and not to be endured
by men who love the society as a fra fraternal
ternal fraternal organization;
2nd. That we commend the efforts
of the Woodmen Protective League of
both the state and national organiza organizations,
tions, organizations, and we hereby pledge ourselves
to their further moral and financial
support;
3rd. That we again, as we did
when we first took the obligation at
the stump, affirm our obligation to de defend
fend defend the weak and helpless ampng as.
Pursuant to this pledge, did this
camp place itself on record as refus refusing;
ing; refusing; to accept, on behalf of our widows
and orphans, less than the full
amount of insurance shown on the
face of a deceased sovereign's policy;
and we hereby pledge ourselves to
raise adequate funds and fight in the
courts of ourown fair state the
claims of the helpless widows and or orphans
phans orphans of deceased brothers of our
camp;
4th. That copies be furnished the
Sovereign Visitor, the Woodmen
Voice and the local press for publica publication,
tion, publication, and that these resolutions be
spread on our minutes as a perma permanent
nent permanent record.
Unanimously adopted by Oak Hill
Camp No. 110, W. O. W., Oxford, Fla.,
at its last regular meeting, in March,
1920.

The Shops and Other Business Fronts
are Taking on a Gala
Appearance
The streets of Ocala and the fronts
of the shops and other buildings be began
gan began to take on a gala appearance this
morning, and are being decorated
with the national colors in the form
o fnags, streamers and bunting. The
city is preparing to entertain the
Florida State Horticultural Society,
which holds its 33nd annual conven convention
tion convention in this city next week, May 4-7
inclusive. Every mail is bringing in
additional reservations to the hotels,
and a large attendance at the conven convention
tion convention is anticipated. The convention of
the society this year takes on the
form of a historical event, the organ organization
ization organization having had its birth in this
city April 10, 1888.
Special invitations have been mailed
out to all those who have been mem members
bers members of the horticultural society for
twenty-five years or more, and on the
opening night of the convention, next
Tuesday, features of the evening pro program
gram program will be talks by some of the
older members of the organization.
The annual meeting of the horticul horticultural
tural horticultural society is one of the mosl im important
portant important held in this state. The mem membership
bership membership of the organization includes
some of the largest fruit growers in
Florida. The program for this year
includes a discussion on a number of
important problems that the citrus in industry
dustry industry of the state is now facing.
Marion county has more wild or orange
ange orange groves than any other county in
Florida, and it is expected that this
will create considerable- interest
among those who attend the horticul horticultural
tural horticultural convention. Thursday afternoon,
May 6th, the delegates and visitors to
the convention will be entertained by
the people of Ocala and Marion coun county.
ty. county. There will be a buffet luncheon
served at Silver Springs at 1 o'clock.
There will be music, dancing, bathing,
and an opportunity of seeing the
springs through glass bottom boats.
About 3 o'clock there will be an auto-

mobile trip through the farming sec- J
tions of Marion county. Special ar
rangements have been made for the
entertainment of the visiting ladies.
Mrs. C. R. Tydings, of Ocala, is chair chairman
man chairman of the ladies' entertainment com committee.
mittee. committee. Mr. H. L. Borland is chairman of
the local reception committee, and
those who intend to attend the con convention
vention convention should notify Sir. Borland.
Those who have not made hotel reser reservations
vations reservations can do so by writing or wiring
Mr. Borland
SYDNEY MINERS ON A STRIKE
V v
Toronto, May 1. Twelve thousand
miners of the Sydney, Nova Scotia,
district struck today against impris impris-oni
oni impris-oni ient of the leaders of the Winni Winnipeg
peg Winnipeg general strike last year.
AMERICAN LEGION NEWS
Ex-service men and women are
making a mistake in not keeping
themselves posted on the many gov government
ernment government benefits. All of the bulletins
that are issued from time to time cn
these benefits, including war risk in insurance,
surance, insurance, and its many new features,
the new forms of government insur insurance,
ance, insurance, relief for the discharged, com compensations,
pensations, compensations, settlement of claims, al allotments,
lotments, allotments, etc., are received as they
are issued by Marion County Post No.
1 of the American Legion and may be
obtained from Louis H. Chazal. post
adjutant, at the Board of Trade room,
in the Ocala House block.
Announcement has just been made
by Col. ,R. G. Cholmeley-Jones, direc
tor of the bureau of war risk insur
ance, that the insurance division of
the bureau has at last reached a cur current
rent current basis. Receipts for premium
remittances can now be sent to serv
ice men and women promptly and nil
ordinary letters about insurance an answered
swered answered within a few days from the
date of their receipt in the bureau.
Owing to the difficulties encounter
ea in nananng war risK insurance
matters a very large proportion of
those who originally applied for in
surance permitted their insurance to
lapse, and today should they become
totally and permanently disabUd
they would receive nothing jn the way
of insurance, and should they die
there would not be any insurance for
the surviving dependents. In order to
assist men whose insurance has laps
ed or been cancelled to secure its re
mstatement wnue tne present very
liberal provisions for reinstatement
remain in force, the insurance divis
ion of the bureau is launching a vig
orous- campaign for informing those
whose insurance is no longer active
that they can get reinstated by pay paying
ing paying only two months' premiums on
the amount of insurance they wish to
reinstate, and supplementing the re remittance
mittance remittance in a statement that his
health s as good as when discharged.
Blank forms for the reinstatement of
war risk insurance, for conversion
into the new forms of government in insurance,
surance, insurance, for compensation, settlement
of claims, etc., may be obtained from
the post adjutant of the Marion coun county
ty county post for the asking.
SEEDS!
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles .and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf

The Big Tent is Being Erected Today
at the East End of
Broadway
Buy your Chautauqua tickets to today!
day! today! Do not wait until the last minute.
The Chautauqua is a community event
and every one should join in making
it a big success. The Chautauqua that
opens here Thursday of next week is
of a much higher class than any at attraction
traction attraction that has been in Florida be before.
fore. before. It is not being promoted by any
organization in the city but is being
brought here by a group of promi prominent
nent prominent men and women, who are inter interested
ested interested in giving the city an opportu opportunity
nity opportunity of hearing some excellent music,
lectures and a play which had a long
run in the cig cities. These thirty
men and women are guarantors of the
Chautauqua. The ,Chautauqua is fast
becoming a national institution, and
these Who are bringing it here this
year hope that it can be made an an annual
nual annual event.
Mr. F. Lorenzo Rimbach. of Ar Arlington,
lington, Arlington, Mass., who will be superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the Chautauqua "while here,
arrived in" Ocala Thursday. Mr. Rim Rimbach
bach Rimbach will be in Ocala from now until
the Chautauqua closes May 10. 'He
has already gotten in touch with all of
the local committees and has shown
that he will do everything that he can
to make the Chautauqua a big suc success.
cess. success. Mr. C. B. Gale of Missouri, field
superintendent of the Chautauqua,
has also reached here, and is, today,
erecting the big tent on the vacant
lot at the east end of Broadway, be between
tween between Oklawaha and Fort King ave avenues.
nues. avenues. Mr. N. Earle Pinney, vice pres president
ident president of the Community Chautauqua,
Inc., of White Plains, N. will ar arrive
rive arrive in Ocala Monday to assist with
the prepaartions for the opening of
the Chautauqua season for 1920,
Ocala being the first city on the 'At 'Atlantic
lantic 'Atlantic coast circuit. Mr. Rimbach and
Mr. Gale are young college students.
They are also ex-service men and
members of the American Legion. Mr.

Rimbach is a student at the Kansas
State Agricultural College. Mr. Gale
a student at Syracuse University.
The ticket sale is gaining splendid
headway. Tickets have been placed
on sale at Gerig's Specialty Shop,' the
Weihe Co. and the Court Pharmacy.
Mrs. E. A. Osborne is general chair
man of the ticket committee, and will
have charge of the' sale of tickets in
the business district. A campaign
will be made today to sell as many of
the season tickets as possible. Mrs. D.
W. Tompkins is chairman in the first
ward, Mrs. G. W. Martin in the second
ward, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston in the
third ward and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe in
the fourth ward.
It was originally intended to put the
Chautauqua tent on the public library
lot but it has been decided that the
passing trains would interfere ser
iously with the music and other enter
tainments. It would be unfortunate
to have a train rumble by with a
clanging bell in the midst of a musical
number or a lecture. The tent is be
ing erected, therefore, at the east end
of Broadway between Oklawaha and
Port. King avenues. This lot is cen-
trally located and Jias been selected
for the reason that is is away from
the railroads.
LUKE LEA CAUGHT
BY HYMEN'S LASSO
(Associated Presa)
Nashville, May 1. Colonel Luke
Lea, publisher of the Nashville Ten-
nesseean, and former senator, was
married today to Miss Percie Warner
or this city.
RIVER TRAFFIC REVIVING
(Associated Pres
St. Louis, May 1. Six barges 'car 'carrying
rying 'carrying 5000 tons of freight cleared to today
day today for Memphis and New Orleans.
This is the largest single shipment
since the revival of barge traffic.
FAIRFIELD.
Fairfield, April 26- The farmers of
this section are shipping beans now.
We hope they will receive good prices
for them.
Services were held at the Baptist
church last Sunday morning. Preach Preaching
ing Preaching by Rev. Wilkinson of Penile, near
Palatka.
There were, services at the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon- con conducted
ducted conducted by Rev. "A. P. Gregory, and
Sunday night by Rev. Phillips, pastor
of the church.
Mrs. W. P. Gunter and daughter,
Mrs. Rigdon, returned home last
week after a very pleasant visit with
relatives here.
We "were sorry to hear of the edi
tor's illness and are glad he is able to
be at his post again.
Quite a number from here attended
the commencement exercises at Red Red-dick
dick Red-dick Friday night.
There will be preaching at the M M-E.
E. M-E. church next Sunday evening. Eve Everybody
rybody Everybody invited to come.
'Word was received here last week
that a little son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. L. D. Mack at the home of Mrs.
Mack's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walker
at Sanford. Mr. and Mrs. Mack are
well known in this community and
their many friends offer congratula congratulations.
tions. congratulations. -A.
Use the Star's Unclassified Cdsrsa.

-ic -v- ,.4,



OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1920

OCA LA EVEUH1G STAR

Puhllnbed Every Day Erept Sunday ljr
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OF OCALA. FLA.

It. 11. Carroll, I'renlilent

V. LfavruKood, Seertary-TreuirT

J. II. Ilenjamin, Editor

ftntered at ocala, Fla.
strcontl-class matter.

po-'tuf (Ice as

TELEI'IIO.NES
ItiiMlarnN Office Fire-One
i:UUorlal Uepariment lo-S-en

oHely Reporter Fire-One j cot

jliffious shall point at it and say,
"Lord, them's our sentiments." Hevb
iha? pulled a pood stunt for the ne-.vs-

! paper profession, if its members only
have piety enough to appreciate it.
The Times-Union is one of its
l ti fades on the pistol says:
i "You can buy a revolver for two
Llnliar ;ind enoutrh ammunition to

slay a dozen men, women and children
for a half-dollar more."
We Tuess the Times-Union hasn't
bought a pistol or any ammunition
lately. We doubt that it can buy even
the cheapest sort of a second-hand
for less than $5, and as for cart cartridges,
ridges, cartridges, unless you buy a box, they

three to five cents apiece. The

N

O T I C E

Notice is hereby given that the following lands in the city or Ocala
will be sold at public auction on
Monday, the Third Day of May, A. D., 1920,
at the city hall in Ocala, Marion county, Florida, or so much thereof as may
be necessary to pay the amount due for city taxes herein set opposite the
same, together with the costs of such sale and advertising.

DESCRIPTION OF LAND S T R NAME OF OWNER

Taxes
and Costs

w

DOMESTIC SL'IISCItllTIO.N It AXES
One year, in. advance.. $6.00
tilx months, in advance 3.00
Three months, in advance 1.50
One month, in advance 60

MEMIIEIl ASMX I TEI IMIESS
The Associated Press is exclusively
entitled for the use for republication of
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.
ADVERTISING ItAXES

block 12 Old Survey
n4 blk 17 Old Survey
lot 4 blk 19 Old Survey
lot 1 blk 27 Old Survey
eV2 lot 4 blk 27 Old Survey.
lot 4 blk 28 Old Survey
wV2 lot 2 blk 28 Old Survey,
lot 2 blk 33 Old Survey

Tinves-Union may have a man on its

staff who with a cheap, second- hand
nist-.nl and at the most seventeen cart

ridges can kill a dozen people, but if all ex 124 ft sq in nw cor blk

we had' that sort of a contract vre

would want a $40 revolver and at least

two boxes of ammunition. The truth

is that there are not near as many
people killed per annum with pistols
as there -were in the centuries before

the pistol was invented and the knife

! anu sword were the favorite weapons

of civilized men, nor in those further

J A Pittman Est.
C J Oliver
Grace Coleman.
A L Pettys
J D McDuffy. .
W P Wilson...
Joseph DeBar. .
J D McDuffy.. ..

f,5.S9
9.42
14.31
18.03

4 M

14.31

4.79
18.08

Display Plate 15 cents per inch for back where the cavemen battled with
consecutive insertion. Alternate inser- i i an j etanp(. The nistol bv out out-tions
tions out-tions 25 per cent additional. Compost- clut)n ana snes. lne pistoi, Dy put
tlon charges on ads. that run less than tinir men on an equality, has prevent-

six times 5 cents per inch. Special nA frnr,DrliQi: Van it Vine rnnP

ial Hat VM w r-i

Less than but after all it has been the growing

position 20 per cent additional.

based on 4-inch minimum.

higher rate,

ipon appllca-

four inches will take
which will be furnished
tlon.

ReadInK Notice 5 cents per line for

nrst Insertion; 3 cents per line for each

subsequent Insertion. J change a
week allowed on readers without extra

composition charges.

Legal advertisements at legal rates.

repugnance to murder rather than
weapons or the lack of them that has
caused crime to decrease.

I he Lakeland fctar calls the new
first vice president of the state auto
association "A. C. Bowers." Well, he
is one of the right bowers.

ol f, I H Cnrvpv

com 56 ft w of ne cor lot 1..
blk 35 Old Survey wis ft s
57V ft e 18 ft n 57y2 ft
50 ft e and w by 100 ft n and
s in nw cor blk 46 Old. Survey
62 ft n and s on n side lot 2 blk
49 Old Survey
50 ft n and s on s side lot 2 blk
49 Old Survey
w of eV2 of lot 2 blk 56 Old
kbiirvcy
nwi blk 61 Old Survey.. ..
50 ft e and w by 112 ft n and
s in se cor lot 4 blk 79 also
com at se cor blk 79 Old Sur

vey e 26 ft n 112 ft w 26 ft s
112 ft
com at ne cor blk 12 New Sur Survey
vey Survey South, s 110 ft w 224 ft
n 110 ft e 224 ft
lot 1 blk 15 New Survey South
lot 3 blk 18 Ne wSurvey South
lot 1 blk 20 New Survey South
lot 5 Snowden's sub blk 24

New Survey South.

J D McDuffy 105.00

J D McDuf.

14.91

L C Smith 139.35

Fannie Ayer.

J D Dorgan.

26.74

11.15

C C Rawls ..: 156.38

E L Ditto.

17.78

J H Bonner.

That everlasting Mayday hyena has
caused the big, good-natured lion of
the public to sit up and growl. Some
day soon the lion will cause the hy hyenas
enas hyenas to make themselves scarce in
America.

The Fort Lauderdale Herald says:
"A vote for Cary A. Hardee means a
vote for a safe and sane, business-like
administration of state affairs. Flor Florida
ida Florida needs that kind of an administra

tion, too, after the experience it has ex 132 ft e and w by 50 ft
had for the past four years. Mr. n and s in sw cor blk 9 New
Hnrrlpp is makinc a strenuous cam- Survey South

nnr cU,;nf, p s lot 3 blk 14 New Survey

ports of meetings held on the west
coist the past week tell of large
crowds attending and much enthus

iasm displayed. Evidently the elec

E E Jeff coat.
C B Benton..
C B Benton..
Unknown...

Mrs M C Gillen.

J R Blackiston.

North

lot 4 blk 14 New Survey North
all ex 47 ft n and s by 81 ft
e and w in nw cor blk 1

Dunn's Central Addition..

Mrs C O Jones.
D F Norman. .

12.05

7.13
7.38

52.43

24.71
i
25.01

27.08

7.8

14,31

tors are ready to support with their lots 3 4 7 and 8 Weston's Cen-

F H Fluck 122.33

The Atlantic fleet has arrived in
New York, and if the authorities will
only give about half the gobs shore
leave, with permission to chase any
bolshevik they see, little olq New
York will have a safe and sane Mayday.

There's nothing to that advice

about fig leaves. Fig trees are not
very numerous in Florida and we
doubt that there are enough leaves

votes a straightforward business

man who can be trusted to spend his
time attending to the business of the

state instead of using it all to further

his political ambitions."

tral City lots.. ..
lot 6 blk H Allred's Addition.
wV2 lot 2 blk I Allred's Addi Addition
tion Addition lots 2 and 3 blk 4 Allred's Addi Addition.
tion. Addition. .
Int 7 AUtpH's Addition

Catts thinks he's a bearcat, but he lots 2 and 3 blk 1 Fla Central

Land Co sub of blks 3 and 4

715 22
715 21

far more iaithlully resembles a
sponge. He draws a big salary to

serve as governor, but for at least a
third of his term he has, been travel

ing around the state in the interest of

his candidacy as United States sena-

tnr flvnwincr Vi 5 c -full enlnrv m f n n

in the whole state to clothe ten thou- whjIe We doubt that there is such
sand people as Adam and Eve were u,n;

ictuiu. vi. cuuisc. ill waa ut itci iui

l2

Catts predicts that all the Florida

editors will go to hell., Well, if they

do. they will surely have his com company.
pany. company. Summerfield Chronicle.

the state for him to be away from the

capital, but when he was not doing or

not trying to do the state's work, he

had no moral right to take the state's

money. How can the people of Florida

Yes, and in the course of ten thou-I 'h n man fft uom in

sand times ten thousand years they .ho jnot0?

, V 1 N VllUVV'

will civilize him.

The candidates had pleasant meet

ings with the citizens at Salt Springs

and Fort McCoy Friday. At the for-

A lady belonging to one of those

organizations the number of which is

so great that the recording angel

can't keep tab on them all has sent

mer place they spoke in the morning U st nice mtle lette in which

and had a splendid dinner, supplied

by the hospitable people of that fine
section. Then they came on over to
Fort McCoy and met the good folk of
that excellent community in the aft

ernoon.

she thanks it for its vigorous support

the no-fence law. The lady has

the wrong number. The Star hasn't
said a word on the subject for over a

year. The Star thinks it is best for

every man to shut his cattle in pas

Allred's Addition 815 22
lots 3 4 blk 6 Allred's Addition 8 15 22
lots 7 and 8 blk 108 Allred's
Addition.. -.

int in s 2-3 lot 3 blk Y All

red's Addition

blk 18 Allred's Addition
lot 2 and 20 ft off e side lot 3
blk 19 Allred's Addition. ..
selA of lot 7 blk 19 Allred's
Addition..
100 ft e and w by 125 ft n and
s on w side lot 29 Smith and
Dougherty Addition
lot 47 and s of lot 50 Smith
and Dougherty Addition. ..
nwy4 of lot 58 Smith and
Dougherty Addition. ....
com 77 ft n of se cor lot 7
Caldwell's Addition n 65 ft w
105 ft s 65 ft e 105 ft
105 ft sq in ne cor lot 9 Cald Caldwell's
well's Caldwell's Addition

lot 1 sub lot 21 Caldwell's Addition...

ey2 lot 24 ex St Caldwell's Ad

dition
52 ft e and w by 105 ft n and
s in se cor of sw lot 23
Caldwell's Addition
lot 25 Caldwell's Addition

H C Jones
H A Griffin...
Mamie Hudgens.
Frances Boyd...
Unknown...

J J Reaves..
Unknown

J C Baxter.

Est J C Boozer.
W J Frink

35.40

3.92
7.68

2.4
3.S

18.68
3.92
4.22

1.C3

78.31

HY did the conservative heads of
the various City Departments of
Jacksonville supply their truck
requirements last month with

The Tenth Year FEDERAL. Previous
performance, covering three years on two
Federals, with an average cost of $4.67
per month for repairs, low gas and oil con consumption,
sumption, consumption, and being always on the job. So
they bought
ANOTHER FEDERAL
AND
ANOTHER FEDERAL
AND
ANOTHER FEDERAL
Can you beat it ?
Consult your bank account
Get ANOTHER FEDERAL with the same guaranteed result
and 300 days Guaranteed Transportation.
A size for every business. Inquire about
our SERVICE to FEDERAL owners. ...
Carroll Motors Company
Ocala - -' - Florida

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s

DESCRIPTION OF LAND S T R NAME OF OWNER

Taxes
and Costs

Walter Wells.

P II Shafer.

J A Chandler...
A B Savage...

CC Shooter.

7.68

15.21
4.22

i.10

Mrs D Hornberger 14.91

We have received a copy of "The

Editor's Prayer," by Herb Felkel of

the St. Augustine Record. It is ar artistically
tistically artistically printed on a handsome card.
We shall hang our copy on our sanc

tum wall, and when ever we feel re-

tures and keep them out of the woods, com 56 ft e of nw cor lot 27

and believes that result is coming
rapidly thru natural circumstances,

but is not making a political issue of

it this year.

Caldwell's Addition e 84 It s

112 ft w 84 ft n 112 ft ..... ..
com at sw cor of e of lot 28
Caldwell's Addition n 112 ft e
93 ft s 112 ft w 93 ft ..
com 93 ft e of sw cor of e1 of
lot 28 Caldwell's Addition n
224 ft e 50 ft s 224 ft w 50 ft

See. Me
For All Classes Oi
Stone, Brick, Wood;
anl Concrete
Building
J. D. McCasMll
Contractor
Phone 446. 728 Wenona St.

70 ft w 70 ft s 70 ft
90 ft n and s by 150 ft e and w

30 Caldwell's

While perturbing to the male, prob

ably no unnnecessary alarm will be

raised amom? that sex bv the Paris com 210 ft e of sw cor lot 29

no F.rlnnnrrl Pnn. Caldwell s Addition e lO it n

tie, noted French writer, as predicting

Vof fVio frrootocf iirn rf oil will Via tt

I in cm pnr Int

war between the sexes in which the auj

female will win, and man ever after lot 2 sub lot 33 CaldwVlif's "Ad-

will exist m subjection. Tampa tri

bune.

Man has ben in subjection to women

for ten thousand years, but the silly

sissies are preparing to make him

their equal and soon after he will be
their boss.

lot 34

lot 34

The Kind to
which Barney
trusted his
life

I! Barney Trusls Them
YOU CAN"

That lying parody of an agricultur

al paper jmblished in Philadelphia

which printed a slander on Florida

some weeks ago, has just printed an another,
other, another, altho its editor promised to
correct the first. That paper would

do Florida no harm if Floridians

wouldn't notice it. and if the people

would refuse to buy it or advertise in

it and the newspapers would not refer

to it, it wouldn't be long before Flor

ida got even with it, and then some a

good sum.

Renewing "the attack on soldier

bonus proposals in the Senate Friday,

Senator Thomas, democrat, Colorado,
arraigned Congress and the Ameri American
can American people alike for what he termed

their indifference of the condition of

the government finances. Yes, Con Congress
gress Congress was very indifferent to finances

indeed, until the matter of justice to
the ex-service men came up.

SOME FIGURES

DAVIES, The Tire Man
Vulcanizing
Phones 438-76.

Buy Your U
VI STERN MEAST J
of all kinds jj
FLORIDA BFEF, PORK, 1
POULTRY, ETC.,
from fi

New York Market I

W. Broadway
Phone 110

Fletcher beat Broward when the
latter ran for the Senate white occu occupying
pying occupying the office of governor.
Broward later beat Taliaferro, but
not until after he (Broward) had left
the governor's office.
When at his political zenith Brow Broward
ard Broward was defeated by Fletcher.
Fletcher is a splendid campaigner,
has thousands of valuable friends,
and is working hard.
. In the 1914 primary Fletcher polled
32.042 votes out of 53,7 1 5 cast, or 59.5
pei cent.
In the 191 G primary Catts polled
30,092 first choice votes out of 83,572,
or 36 per cent.
In the general election- in 1916
Catts polled 39,546 out of 69,889 dem

ocratic votes cast. St

dition... ...
lot 2 Benton's sub of

Caldwell's Addition.,
lot 6 Bentons' sub of

Caldwell's Addition., .- r.
lot 3 blk 1 Benj sub of lots 40
and 41 Caldwell's Addition
sV6 of lot 44 Caldwell's Addi Addition
tion Addition S3i ft n and s by 57 ft e and
w in se cor lot 45 Caldwell's
Addition
wV2 ex 150 ft e and w by 87 2-3
ft n and s in nw cor lot 46
Caldwell's Addition
65 ft n and s by-118 ft e and
w in nw cor lot 47 Caldwell's
Addition
lot 2 Teagues' resurvey of lots
54 59 and 60 Caldwell's Ad Addition
dition Addition ,. ...
lot 3 Teague's resurvey of lota
54 59 and 60 Caldwell's Ad Addition
dition Addition all lot 66 Caldwell's Addition
lets 133 and 134 Linwood Park
lots 144 and 145 Linwood Park
com 501. ft n and 40 ft w of se
cor
n 50 ft w 100 ft s 50 ft e 100
ft
com 216 2-3 ft s of sw intersec intersection
tion intersection of Smith and Orange
Sts s 193 1-3 ft w 210 ft n 410
ft e 100 ft s 216 2-3 ft e 100 ft
lot 75 Magnolia Place
lot 81 Magnolia Place
lot D Caldwell's Add
lot H Caldwell's Add
lot J Caldwell's Add

com 274 z-b it w oi se cur in

lot 86 Gary's Add e 40 ft n
115 ft w 40 ft s!15 ft..

45 ft e and w by 112 ft n and

s In se cor lot 88 Gary's Add

com 45 ft w of se cor lot ss

Gary's -Add n 112 ft w 45 ft
s 112 ft e 45 ft

com at nw cor of lot 89 Gary's

Add e 40 ft s 112 ft w 40 ft
n 112 ft

nw'i of lot 9f Gary's Add

com 60 ft w of ne cor of lot 91

Gary's Add Ocala w 40 ft 8
112 ft e 40 ft n 112 ft.. ..

com 70 ft w of ne cor of lot 92

Gary's Add w 70 ft s 112 ft
e 70 ft n 112 ft

com 70 ft w of se cor of lot 92

Gary's Add w 60 ft n 112 ft
e 60 ft s 112 ft
. m m m a.

com 135 it w oi se cor oi 101

100 Gary's Add w 90 ft s 112
f te 90 ft n 112 ft

lot 13 blk 1 Lincoln Heights..

lots 1 and 2 Connor's sub of

lots 5 and 6 Scott's Survey

com tu it w oi ne cor oi 101.

9 Scott's Survey w 100 ft s
119 t e 100 ft n 119 ft also
com at se cor of lot 9 Scott's
Survey n 119 ft w 95 ft a 119
ft e 85 ft. :

com 130 ft w of se cor of lot 9

Scott's Survey n 119 ft w 70
ft a 119 ft e 70 ft r

238 ft n and s by 60 ft e and vr

on e side of lot 10 Scott's
Survey .

i nn,.or 2 31 lot 6 blk 1 Ditto's revised plat

UCUUUAU --V- ... ....... . f A 1 O J

A page ex a a-o it uu u

i

L W Ponder ".su

Ella Oliver..,
Lydia Beville.

J D McDuffy;

C and R Small
Isaac Murray..

Unknown

Mrs Bertha Davis.
L A Gabel

Mrs Musie Bullock.

14.61
22.42

87.38

H Mcintosh.

Unknown.

J H Stephens 11.45
Geo Rentz 15C.38

Mrs K M BrlnKley 48.70

D N Ferguson... ; 53.03

Mrs M R Thomas.
H W Page

L Dempson.

2.79
2.49

2.79

5.39
17.73

2.79

2.79

2.79

3.C6
2.19
5.95

W P Wilson.

Miss Nellie Stevens.

35.70

W K Lane 18.38

W P Wilson.

R McConathy.

end.

Unknown,

M M Little
W Iv Lane
Unknown
Mrs. Win Anderson,

Chas G French.

11.15
14.61

9.42

55.81

F W Ditto.

Mrs M E Fox.

Mrs M J Roess...

'0.35

27.04

15 22

3 and 9 blk 3 Palmetto
Unknown
and 3 blk 4 Palmetto
Miss Nellie Stevens.
and 6 blk 4 Palmetto
Jacksonville Devel. Co

Park
lots 2

Park.

lots 4

Park.

lots 1 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17
IS blk 4 Palmetto Park.. ..
lots 2 to 18 inc ex lots 2 and 3
blk 5 Palmetto Park

lots 1 to 16 ex lots 6 7 8 blk 6
Palmetto Park
ots 2 to IS Inc of blk 7 also
lots 1 to 9 inc blk 8 Palmetto
Park.
lots 3 and 4 blk 4 Hillview Add
com 2621 ft e of sw cor of
neM 19 15 22
n 212 ft w 408 ft s 212 ft e

408 ft

lots 5 and A blk 3 Ditto's revis

ed plat Plat Book A page
143

com 40 ft e of nw cor of lot 5

E G Smith's Add e 45 ft so
138 ft w 45 ft n 138 ft

com 50 ft e of sw cor of lot 6

E G Smith's Add e 50 ft n 100
ft w 50 ft s 100 ft
w of lot 8 E G Smith's Add

14.91 W2 OI W72 l 101 u

Smltn a Add
e of lot 1 Mitchell's First
Plat
lot 8 Mitchell's Revised Plat
lot 68 Mitchell's Revised Plat

18.38 com ZW It w oi ne cor ui

sw
w 200 ft s 200 ft e 200 ft n
200 ft
lots 21 22 23 24 blk 6 West End
lot 23 blk 8 West End..
lot 17 blk 9 West End
lots 21 and 23 blk 9 West End
lots 14 and 16 blk 10 Wrest End

f watt.:::.: iw8hotwbikiowe.tBid i.. ....

W2 OI lOl 4 D1K ei-
lots 13 14 15 and 16 blk 30 West
End
lot 7 blk 1 Western Add.. ..
lots 1 and 2 blk 3 Western Add
lot 4 blk 5 Western Add.. ..
of lot 2 Cline's Add.. ..
com 154 f t n of a wcor of lot 3
Cline's Add, e 112 ft n 40 ft w
112 ft a 40 ft
ne4 lot 9 Cline's Add
ewV of Jot 12 Cline's Add..
se1 of lot 13 Cline's Add..
swlT'of lot 13 Cline's Add..
lot 10 Tucker Hill : ..
lot 15 Tucker Hill ..
e4 and 30 ft n and s on n end
of wVfe of lot 4 Dunn's N W
Add
sVC of lot 5 Dunn's N Wr Add

turns

Clara Scriven..

R C Murray..

L D Davis..
Patsy Sims.

C C Shooter.

Unknown
B J Mitchell..
J O Dekle...

M J Roess 105.00
Unknown 26.44
J O Dekle 17.78

H

W P Wilson
W C Rogers
Eli Burney
WT C Rogers
W P Wilson
Ed Mathews.. .
C C Shooter
Ocala Inv. Co

G D Wash burn.

J R Blackiston.
SM Hooper. .
Unknown
Unknown
W H Coleman..
Unknown

6.25

25.61

2.19
2.19
28.17

10.85

10 85

5.9i

5.95

19.81

William Williams.
Anna Barnes. . .
D F Norman.. ..
Bessie Black...
Minnie Long

Unknown.
F Williams...
F Williams
II H Brower..
J II Hicks
C M Livingston
Daniel Scott

Jacksonville Devel Co.

Jacksonville Devel. 20..

Unknown,

Jacksonville Devel. Co.
Irene B Jeffcoat

core.

Augustine Re- com 2621 ft e and 318 ft n of

sw cor of neVi J.yjzz

TO CAS BUYERS

No waiting for the "other fellow"

n 100 ft w 408 ft s 106 ft e
408 ft
116 ft n and s by 50 ft e and w
in sw cor of lot 84 Gary's

Add.

Baxter Cam. 4

R E Tucker.

to'get your gasoline. We have install- com 14214 ft w of se cor of lot

R S Hall.

ed a portable tank, and you can be

served NOW. 20-6t Blalock Bros.

The price on the 18-room house to today
day today is $2330. 1-lt

85 Gary's Add w 53 rt n
112 ft e 53 ft s 112 ft
com 90 ft w of ae cor of lot 86
Gary's Add w 40 ft n 115 ft
e 40 ft s 115 ft..

W C Rogers.

Libelia Williams.

26.74
26.74
23.28

2877
17.78

4.82

x.n

21.54

4.52

4.52

lots 3 and 5 blk C Dunn's N W
Add
lot 13 blk E Dunn's N W Add
lot 11 blk E Dunn's N W Add
lots 12 and 14 blk P Dunn's N
W Add
lots 123456789 10 12 and
14 blk Q Dunn's N W Add.,
lots 8 9 and 10 blk 1 range 1
Goss Add ...
lot 3 blk 2 range 1 Goss Add
swU lot 4 blk 3 range 1 Goss
Add
s of nw of lot 1 blk 2 range
2 Goss Add
lot 1 blk 1 range 3 Goss Add
n of nwV4 of lot 4 blk 3 range
3 Goss Add
e of lot 1 blk 2 range 4
Goss Add

David Furlong. .
Unknown
C M Livingston..
Anna B Savage..
F K McClane..

Grace Coleman.

Unknown.

Unknown.. ..
Hubert Ellis..

M Catio.

Uaknown. .
Unknown.

22.74

21.84

7.98

2.79

7.98

6.25

4.52
5.65
5.95
2.49
1.33
1.33

15.21
14.31
3.06
5.65
2.19
9.12
5.65
1.15
14.61
1.49
2.53
3.06
5.65

1.93
7.48
2.19
7.38
2.19
1.33
7.38

6.25
3.92
3.26
1.15
1.15
2.14

5.93 J

3.38
1.10
1.63

CHANGE HERE

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

by and let us rejuvenate if

them. Re-tread work on 1

old casings is our spec-

ialty.

I BLALOCK BROS. I

VULCANIZING
Phone 78
Corner of Oklawaha and Alain

Call Five One Nine
The Old Reliable
Quick Delivery
Steak S5c
Loin Steak 40-45c
Pork Chops S5c
Roast 1 20c
Big Roast 25c
Stew 15c
Fish, Oysters and Seasoning
Green Groceries
J. B. BawMns
111 WEST BROADWAY

3.92

Nancy Allen
Joseph Ve3ley..
W. CLYATT.
City Tax Collector, Ocala. Fla.

1.10

95

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

TERRIBLMVOLLEtl
Suffering Described As Tcrtero
Relieyed by Bkck-Dracgbt

Rossville, Ga. Mrs. Kate Lee Able, o!
this place, writes: "Myhusband is aa
engineer, and once while lifting, he in injured
jured injured himself with a piece cf heavy ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, across the abdomen. He was
so sore he could not bear to press on
himself at all, on chest or abdomen. He
weighed 165 lbs., and fell off until he
weighed 110 lbs., in two weeks.
He became constipated and Jt looked
tike he would die. We had three different
doctors, yet with all their medicine, his
bowels failed to act. He would turn up

it two or three days in succession, lie
did this yet without result. We became
desperate, he suffered so. He was swol swollen
len swollen terribly. He told me his suffering
could only be described as torture.
I sent and bought Thedford's Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught I made him take a big dose,
and when it began to act he fainted, he
was in such misery, but he got relief and
begat mend at once. He got well,
and we both feel lit owes his life to
Thedford's Black-Draught."
Thedford's Black-Draught win help you
to keep fit, ready for the day's work.
TryU! NC-131



OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1920

BOYS' OVERALLS
Cool Comfortable Economical
We have them in stock

OCALA OCCURRENCES

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

If you have
phone five-one.

any society items,

Messrs. A. A. Blake and Revel have
returned from a short business trip
to Lake City.

Child's, 3 years to 6, blue with
jyhite piping at
Boys' Blue Pine Check
sizes 7 to 14 years at
Boys' Pin Check with solid blue stripe,
size 7 to 14 years, at
Youth's, same as above,
in sizes 27 to 32 waist, at

QP The many friends
H Vine Hottolacio will

90c
$1.15
$1.40

friends of Miss Kathe-

regret to learn

Mrs. G. E. Gillis of Martel is in the
city for a few days, visiting her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. M. J. Sherouse.

The price on the 18-room house to to-dav
dav to-dav is. -2:;30. 1-lt

MEN'S OVERALLS

H Tonijrht at the Harrington Hall the
Hi juniors of the high school will compli compli-U
U compli-U ment the seniors with a banquet, and
H h flplio-htful time is beinir anticipated.

i In Solid Blue Denim, in blue with

white stripe, and in Khaki,
extra good value, a garment

Walkley & Barnett
OCALA HOUSE BLOCK
On the Busy Main Street,

it

8

WWW WWW W W 9 WW"

iDNTER'S AUTO EXCHANGE

Mrs. J. Saxon Wolfe of Savannah,
wil lthis afternoon conclude a two
weeks' visit in Ocala, having ben the
attractive guest of Mrs. Paul Sim Simmons.

Baptist
Rev. W. P. Hines, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.

Classes for all ages.
11 a. m. Morning service. Subject
of sermon, "How Two Brothers Found
a Priceless Treasure."

7:45 p. m. Evening service, sub subject
ject subject of sermon, "Where Are Our He He-loved
loved He-loved Dead."
Christian
S. S. Offut, Pastor

9:45 a. m. bunday scnooi, J. r.
Hyndman, superintendent.
10:45 a. m. Preaching. Subject,
"The Twentieth Century Church."
7:45 p. m. Preaching. Subject,
"By Their Fruits Ye Shall Know
Them." This is the anniversary ser sermon
mon sermon to the Independent Order of Odd
Fellows of Ocala.
Grace Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a-, m. Sunday school.

n. Holy communion and ser-

11 a
mon.
8 p.
mon.

m.

-Evening prayer and ser-

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, tf
Mrs. Dan Sinclair has arrived in the
city from a winter spent on the east
coast and will be the guest of Mrs. J.
Carstens for -a short stay before pro proceed
ceed proceed in 2- to her home in the north.

Presbyterian
Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sunday' school. L.
Murray, superintendent.
11 a. m. Sermon.
7:30 p. m. Sermon.

M.

Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service
8 p. m. Wednesday.

Mrs. A.dis Waterman and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Valeta, have returned from sev several
eral several week;? pleasantly spent in Jack

sonville with Mrs. Waterman's sister CHAUTAUQUA WEEK IN OCALA

and mother,

Bring in your Second Liberty
Coupon Bonds at once so that
we can have them exchanged
for New Full Coupon Bonds

Munroe & Chambliss National Bank

SEEDS!

Ninety day and old fashion velvet

beans, chufas. cow peas and sorghum
seed. Ocala Seed Store, shone 435. tf
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

II s. B. J.

Mrs. Nellie Liddon and

Potter.

1 t d A

ADDS PROTECTION
AND STYLE
To your car if we make that
new auto top for you. The be3t
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, at
a higher price. Let us build 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.
i
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 ON ENJOY IT YOURSELF OR SELL 10 ADVANTAGE.
AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED
X .W: HUNTER'

e

Give your feet a chance to help you
. 1 1 1 T 1 t A lt

aionig in tne worm, ii tney irouoie

you in any way have them examined

ree. M. M. Little, graduate practi-

pedist. 15-tf

Ocala

SOUTH MAGNOLIA STREET
OLD METROPOLITAN THEATER

MP-"

AMERICA'S GREATEST CHAUTAUQUA SYSTEM

3fc

We're going to have a time next we 2k,
A fine Chautauqua's coming;
If music and speaking are what you
seek
Ocala will be humming.
The committee is here to start the bail
And get all things in shape,
Tn regards to location, light and all

And disDense witft the usual red

tape.

er in ucaia. Mr. ana iurs. cnase
f 1 A A.

nave many mends nere wno irusi
that they will return early in the fall

to remain tnrougnout tne winter.

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Chase left yes yes-erday
erday yes-erday afternoon for their home in

Boston, Mass., having spent the win- Things have been kind of quiet of late

Like a lull when a storni was Drew-
inrf

But now May the 6th, I think, is the

date,
We're going to have something do

ing, i

Weltman's orchestra will be on hand
To render some fine selections,
And six young ladies with a good

string band
Who are second to none in all sec sections.
tions. sections. There's wee Percy Holmes, the organ organist
ist organist kid.

Mr. Wiereram will lecture on fools,

Dr. Skinner on South America, and

how they did.

Their life, their creed and their

rules.

Mrs. A. C. Hamrick, accompanied

by her niece and nephew, Rheta and

Billy Nelson of Jacksonville, will ar

rive in Ocala Monday afternoon to be
guests at the home of their sister and

aunt, Mrs. E. J. Crook, for several

weeks.

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

Carn-Thomas Co.
Phone 163

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

4
4

Good vision is essential

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- -f

W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf.

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

Special sale beginning Monday. A

sixty-cent jar Coco Butter Cold

Cream and a fifty-cent box Charmona

Face Powder, both for G3 cents at

Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf

-.-Xj to the highest usefulness
e individual. Ir your j

& vision as good as it

I

v, vision as

'4T.w&v should be?

DR. K. J. WEIHE.
Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

I Wolf mon tVio Pnccinn vinlinist:. will

Miss Lyndel Mathews entertained

riniir

Tom Allpress and Barcella Coyle,
Emily Burton the flutist, will whistle

some

And everything according to Hoyle.

at a beautifully appointed dinner

party last evening at her home, a few

miles south of town, and the following
were those present: Misses Eugenia

Fuller, Mamie Shephard and Messrs.

Wilard Steele and James Melton.

The weather is fine, you'll need no

blouse

But you will need a nice room and

bed.

So you better phone the Florida House

Cause manv are reserved weeks

i i

hassee; Miss Geneva Coggins and dneau.

Mrs. Coggins, Weirsdale; Mrs. Paul The roms are with a bath or without,

Fore and children, Mrs. W. R. Fore They're mosquito proof and cool,

and Miss Daisy, Belle Fort, Oxford; A free garage for your runabout

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

tract work. Gives More and Better

Work for the Money than any other

contractor in the citj.

IForl fiflc Coy Carai

Ford Repairs a Specialty
Gasoline Oils (Grease

Fort Mc Coy

Florida

The following were among the

out oi town snoppers in tne city tnis

morning: Miss Marie Joyner, Talla-

Mrs. Dudley. Belleview.

And the best meals in town, as a

rule.

From the union station its only a

block,
'Gene Dobbs is the ramrod's name;

Just walk right in, don't stop to

knock,

Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Peek have re- 1ULCi

turned from a delightful visit to New They're going to stay five days and

You can be served with gasoline at
our Main street entrance as we are
using a portable tank. Blalock
Bros. 29-6t

Orleans. Prior to going to New Or

leans, Mrs. Peek spent several weeks
in Wheeling, W. Va., where she was
called on account of the serious illness
of her sister who, we are glad to re report,
port, report, is much improved and will at
an early date be entirely well again.

Sixty-three cents buys the best best-Cold
Cold best-Cold Cream and one of the best Face
Powders on the market. Special sale
price at Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jones and fam family
ily family have left Ocala and gone to Wil Wil-liston
liston Wil-liston to make their future home.
They were good citizens and 1 their
friends were reluctant to lose them,
but they have the best wishes of all
fnr 5nrf5; ir tVioiT now hnmp. TVTVs

Hale and .son, Mr. G. D. Howlet. have phone 348-

purchased the Jones home, which they
will occupy immediately, leaving
Judge Bullock's cottage on Main
street.

Lectures
Vigorous, convincing
speakers with vital,
worth-while, entertaining
messages which make you
think. Your

COMMUNITY
CHAUTAUQUA
presents the foremost scientists, travelers,
authors, orators men who know men who
bring to us in an interesting way
Inspiration and Education
Albert Edward Wiggam
noted publicist and newspaper man. presents one
of his great lectures, "Forty Kinds of Fools" or
"How Eli Got There," humorous and thoughtful
discourses on a subject which will be of interest
to all.
Dr. J. W. Skinner Skinner-authority
authority Skinner-authority on South America, offers his interesting
illustrated lecture, "The Romance of South Amer American
ican American Enterprise," an evening devoted to the
wonder-story of a continent twice the size of
Europe.
Denton C. Crowl
The Second Sam Jones, with a great forceful
t message entertaining and instructive radiat radiating
ing radiating Americanism and truth. One of the greatest
lecturers on the Chautauqua platform today.
Walter Kirkland Greene
noted southern orator and educator, in an inspir inspiring
ing inspiring lecture, "The Greater Pyramid'
i BUY YOUR SEASON TICKETS TODAY
CALA9 May S 10

Adult Season Tickets 52.50, Including War Taxj taylor the hat max
-n. ,mM i w i.- wr rwi.i At Florida House. our old hat made

junior season ucueis i.jlu, mcmun wai lik Save money Caii me on

" TICKETS O N SALE AT
- THE COURT PHARMACY GERIG'S SPECIALTY SHOP
. THE WEIHE COMPANY.

nights,

"iou're sure to have a good time,

The streets are paved, and plenty of

light,
To miss it would be a great crime.

You will not regret it, although you
live far:

Come hear some real good people

speak,

Spend thirty-five cents, put some gas

in your car,
And come to Ocala next week.
E. E. Dobbs.

BARGAINS IN USED CARS

mss

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One 1917 Ford Touring.
One 1918 Ford Touring.
One 1919 Ford Roadster.
AUTO SALES CO.,
Mack Taylor.

tf Ocala. Fla.

1T

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STORE FOR RENT

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, tf
Mrs. Carson Lee and Mrs. J. Saxon
Wolfe, while on their ,visit in the
city, guests of Mrs. Paul Simmons,

have been the recipients of many so social
cial social attentions and they were honored
again yesterday afternoon at a mov moving'
ing' moving' picture party given by Mrs. Will William
iam William Hocker. After witnessing the
pictures, Mrs. Hocker invited her

guests to her home, where she had
prepared refreshments and where she
was assisted in serving by her daugh daughters.
ters. daughters. Following were those present:
Mrs. Carson Lee, Mrs. J. S. Wolfe,
Mrs. Frederick Hocker, Mrs. T. P.
Drake, Mrs. L. W. Duval, Mrs. Paul
Simmon.-. This party was one of the
mo?t pleasant and informal small af-

of the season.

The tore room in the Merchants'
Iock now occupied by Pillans &

Smith Grocery Co. will be for .rent
about May 1st. R. R. Carroll, Agt. tf

"A SPLENDID TONIC

fairs

NEW SEASON'S OPENING

! xxt week being the national week
! for the showing of new summer hats
; all over the world, we will be prepared
i to serve our customers, beginning
; Tuesday, May 4th, 1920, with "Sum-
mer Hats for Summer WTear." Affleck
JMillinerv Parlor, S. side Ocala House
'Block, Ocala, Fla. 29-3tdltw

the telephone.

27-6t

Girl wanted at Kindt's music store.

Sayt Hixsoii Lady Who, On Doc-

And Is Now Well.

Hlxson, Tenn. About 10 years ago

I was..." says Mrs. S. B. Gadd, of

thi3 place. "I suffered with a pain 1

my left side, could not sleep night

o-fth tM! nain. alwavs In the left

side...
My doctor told me to use CarduL I
took one bottle, which helped me and
after my baby came, I was stronger
and hotter, but the nain was still

there.
I at first lef it go, but began to get
weak and in a run-down condition,
bo I decided to try some more Cardui,
which I did.
This last Cardui which I took made
me much better, In fact, cured me. It
has been a number of years, still I
have no return of this trouble.
I feel It was Cardui that cured me,
and I recommend it as a 6plendid fe female
male female tonic"
Don't allow yourself to become
weak and run-down from womanly
troubles. Take Cardui. It should sure surely
ly surely help you, as it has bo many thou thousands
sands thousands of other women In the past 40
years. Headache, backache, sideache,
nervousnss, sleeplessness, tired-out
feeling, are all signs of womanly trou trouble.
ble. trouble. Other women get relief by taking
CarduL Why not youT All druggists.
NC-123

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Represents

4 f

Threaded Rubber Insulation

This Still Better WiUard is the
only battery which has Threaded
Rubber Insulation.
Every battery has to have some
sort of insulating material between
the' plates inside the cells. This is
in order to separate positive plates
from negative to, prevent the
active material from coming into
contact and causing short circuits,
which would ruin the battery.
The superiority of Threaded
Rubber is in its durability. It
lasts as long as the plates. Ordi Ordinary
nary Ordinary insulation does not. It wears
out and has to be renewed.
Re-insulation is never wholly
satisfactory, even if the plates are

found to be uninjured, but often
we find that they have already
been damaged.
Why wasn't an ideal material
like rubber used before? It was
but was never found practical for
general adoption in starting end
lighting batteries till Willard found
how to make itporo us by piercing
it with tiny threads. Thus the
add solution can extend through
the insulation, allowing free pas passage
sage passage of current.
Any Willard Service Station will
be glad to explain in detail.
No other battery has this "armor
plated" protection against insula insulation
tion insulation troubles. Therefore be sure

of the trade mark.

Ocala Storage Battery Co
20 N. Main St. Ocala, Fla

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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1920

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

UNITED STATES SENATOR
DUXCAX U. FLETCHER
To the Democratic Electors of Flor Florida:
ida: Florida: I take this opportunity to express
my sincere appreciation of the confl confluence
uence confluence you have heretofore reposed In
me, and to announce that at the pri primary
mary primary to be held on Tuesday. June 8,
nxt, I will submit -to your decision
whether It is your wish that I serve the
Mentatives In the United States Senate. J
a ate another term as one or its repre-
1 have In the past labored and will in
the future endeavor to give full meas measure,
ure, measure, of service. The record of my work
Is open to all and speaks for itself. An
fxarnination of that record will disclose
many direct and indirect accompllsh-
.rm-nts 'beneficial to Florida and its
H1zens. If again favored, I will be in
a position to accomplish even more
than In the past, for length of service
in the Senate nvens increased prestige
and opportunity ror greater achieve
rnent in behalf of the state. During
the campaign -1 expect to meet and
discuss with you problems affecting
the welfare of the state and nation. I
shall appreciate very much your active
support and your vote on June 8th.
Gratefully and sincerely,
DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
NATHAN MAYO
To Marion County Democrats: At
I he request of any friends I announce
oflf a candidate for the lower house j
of the legislature subject to the demo-
crjitlc primary of June 8th. 1920 (erouo
one;. I will appreciate the support of
an democrats' ana promise li elected
to serve you faithfully and conscien
tiously. NATHAN MAYO.
Mummerfleld, Florida.
"4"?-
CHARLES W, HUNTER
A.arion County Democrats: At the
1 litigation of a number of my friends
i r.treuy mane my announcement as a
candidate for member of the legisla legisla-,
, legisla-, turn' from this county, in group two,
subject to the democratic primary
feuclion to be held June 8th. 1920. As
curing you that I will rive my best i
eiiuas iu me iui.erejsi.B oi jvi&non coun- i
CHARLES W. HUNTER.
raia, rioriaa.
. C IlLOVVEim I
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County: At the earnest request of a
rnunber of friends I announce myself a I
candidate lor representative from Mar-
Ion county subject to the democratic
primary June 8th. If elected I pledge I
myself to devote my time and energy
to the interest of Marion county. I
shall greatly appreciate your support
and your vote. Respectfully,
COUNTY JUDGE
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
county: 1 am a candidate for the office
or county judge. I was iborn and raised
on a farm in Lexineton county. S C
aon of a Confederate veteran. By hard
W0.,:Kan application I secured, an edu-
i;uiiuii anu laugni country, sonooi ior I
two years before reaching my .majority,
at which time I came to Marion county,
ktt per for several years (before study-
inR ?w rV n?w stice or the -peace
iur uisinci o. i. ana a practicing law lawyer
yer lawyer of four years' experience. I fully
appreciate the dignity of the office for
.winch l am soliciting your votes and I
can only say that if elected I shall do
my best to administer its affairs with I
courtesy, honor and Justice. I .believe In I
and shall uphold the principle that true
llberty is founu within the law and
Ithin the law and
never outside it. Respectfully,
- W1M. A. JEPPCOAT.
t.. K. FUTCII
In announcing my candidacy
for
democratic primary election to be held
June sth. 1320. I respectfully solicit

and my many friends. I was toorn In 8Xich offlce, and I respectfully solicit
Alachua county, Fla., a democrat all the democratic vote for such ofnee.
my life, was admitted to practice law Pledging myself to the full perform perform-in
in perform-in nnri havo ihon .tiaiv o.r, ance or every duty devolving uoon me.

in the practice of law since that time.
except tne time l served In the armv.
Sljouid I be elected I shall conscien
tiously discharge the duties of said of
hco to the 'best of my ability with fair
ness and justice to all. I will not tier-
mit the use of this office lor the nro-
motion of any private interest of my
own or omers. 1 hi. JfUTCH.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
jAJir.s iuujuas I
County: I hereby announce myself a
u me uciuuuiaui: v uieia ui iuai iuii
candidate for clerk of the circuit court
in the June primary of this year, bud
Je;t to the democratic voters.
I have 'been a member of the county I
.kmti t
quite a number of years and have been
true and faithful to my party, though
nave never bezore asked for an office,
I now reside at Sparr within ten mile
of where I was born a little over forty
years ago. I have a family of six chil-
dren that I very much desire to bring
up in the straight and narrow way. I
tnererore promise tne voters or this
county, If I am elected clerk, I will give
you the best service 'possible. I wlll
look after your lnteenstsln a kind and
courteous way and will try to make
you feel at .home when you. visit tne
clerk s office.
I respectfully ask your support.
JAMES E. THOMAS,
Sparr, Florida.
T. D. LANCASTER' JR.
7. u vuuiuw
subject to the primaries June 8th, 1920.
I was -born in this county twenty-nine
years ago and have" ever since lived
r v..-w -ii
here. I have (been employed In the
clerk's office since 1915 and from actual
experience am thoroughly conversant
-with the several duties and require'
. ments of same. Kince attaining my ma
jority I have been a member of the
democratic party, true to same in name
and in fact. If elected I promise the
patrons of the office to keep the affairs
. of same at all times in my personal
cnarge and an efficient, courteous ad
ministration of Its various duties and
responsibilities. I respectfully solicit
your support. T. D. IiANOABTER JR.
C. E. CONNOR
To the Democratic Voters of Marion I
Oounty: I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of clerk of the
circuit court, subject to the primaries
oi June stn, izu. l am a native or air
field county, S. C. came to Ocala to!
work in 1886 before I was of age. Have
'been identified with Ocala and 'Marion
county for 34 years. Have always voted
(he democratic ticKet. .Married a Flor
ida girl in 1888 and we have a family of
eight, five iboys and three girls, that are
a credit to any community. Have edu
cated five and have three yet to finish
educating. Have been deputy clerk cir
cuit court under Clerks Sistrunk and
Nugent for eight years and am now
ttrnriorarll v v-in nl nvp.1 in atralchtnlncr
up the clerk's office in Inverness. There
m itoming auouc ine cleKs oince i ao
i.t bnnur hrwiir tn An Havo Timrpr hooTl
a candidate for an office before and did

not expect to be now, but need help totnT administration. 1 take this oppor-
finish the education of our .three young- ?nt administration, X take this oppor,pei ddin- .:.. .

est children. If elected I will always
be on the Job. day or night. Promise
you every courtesy and the very best
personal service and will make you xeel
t at home in' the clerk's office, and will
give the best surety company ibond. I
respectfully ask your vote and influ
ence. C. E. CONNOR.
-Oklawaha, Florida,
ALFRED AYER
If you will elect me clerk of court,
I will prove iny gratitude Iby good and
'faithful work, and the county's inter interest
est interest in my hands .will be protected. A
county. office is not a matter of charity.
ALFRED AYER.
SHERIFF
S. C. M. THOMAS
To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
County; I am a candidate for the of office
fice office of sheriff of Marion county. I was
born and raised in Alachua county, and
have lived in Marion county for the
past twenty years. During that time i
h-ave served several years as marshal
of the town of Dunnellon, and two
years as marshal of the city of Ocala,
and my Tecord Is therefore an open one.
It is ubeless for me to make any fur further
ther further statement in regard to it. I have
been a life-long democrat, and with the
experience I have had in the offices
held by me, and .'having also been for
a good many years a deputy in the
sheriff's office, I feel that I can render
the character of service requisite to

I ATCCT HPAI Ci

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Temperature this morning, 58; this
afternoon, 88
The public had a rude jar when it ;
found itself paying 8 cents for coca coca-cola
cola coca-cola and other soft drinks this morn
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Harris of Dun-
nellon, accompanied by Mrs. Ernest
Clark of Morriston, were well known
visitors, in the city this morning.
The price on the 18-room house to- i t-
aay is $66V.
Uncle Peter Durisoe came over the S
river this morning, to shake hands
with his Ocala friends. j
wc vilirv rirplP will i
meet Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock
fife h fnllnwi lHip hnstPsses:
n0 Mo i Hth fr w W TnnH.m-
MVV .vr. ...v.. I
1. xt o ...:iu r r t 7;u.
circle ru. wii.ii mis. r vj iicmc,
circle No. 3 with Mrs. G. S. Scott, and
During the month of April there
were 866 registered callers at the
. i-u i i
rest room, which shows the need and
worth of such an institution. Susie
Smith, the colored woman who has
charge of the place, has it always
is untirine in her efforts to make it
pleasant and comfortable for all visi-
tora.
There was no ball game yesterday,
the Gainesville players, to the regret
of thpir friends here, bemcr oblitred to
n
if xr f rlK unA ,,.,r noln
wis. x vuiuj uau a ti j jjiiu
iui actiuciu jrcsiciua; ax iciuuuu onu
it was only this morning that her doc
tor nronounced her iniuries as not be-
. : nt ...
"K Wi s'ua liakUlt- "
visiting a neighbor and on leaving
. AU a
s4'pcu acii uuwn mc steps anu
at first it was thought her hip was
fractured, but her many friends will
be very glad to know that while she
still suffers from the effects of her
fall- she will at an early date be en-
I I. ...All M em A
1,11 e1'
Dr D M Smith left todav for New
. u' om"'n ieit wuay ior ixw
Mexico, where he expects to spend
the summer at Jemez Springs. The
, , . , .
doctor S friends hope for him a pleas
an .summer and exDect to see him
nae and strong when he returns in the J
autumn.
The erown-uns do not have all the
j j v
nicest parties and good times, which
wan nrovpn tnHnv whpn litflp Mis
t t t i j
Louise Bryant, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Brvant. entertained a few
of her friends at a syend the day
party. All day long the happy little
folks were as busy as bees making
fun in many jolly ways and there was
never a bigger time known than these
ami a Igid and strict enforcement of
.. urajretuu y,
s. c. M. THOMAS.
TAX ASSESSOR
JOS. W. DAVIS
To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
County: I hereby announce myself a
candidate for tax assessor, subject to
tne democratic primary
in June. If
AlPOtfkri. T Will IT va tha nfflna mtr cmUvo.
attention. Any suoDort will ,be aDnra-
i .iv. o-vio. ia v ao.
ilsummerneld, Florida
W. Lm. COLBERT
To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
i vwusiiy. i nereDV announce mv can-
,SJ?,C, to? assessor for:
Marion county, subject to the
demo-
cratlc primary. If elected, I promise
g V thi Sa?,,?!!1
he bis? ol Afiti it"" l
e?L0LL JXS."f2?f,
clean and business-like administration,
I will appreciate any support that you
can give ine during the campaign and
earnestly solicit your vote at the polls.
es,peciiuiiy, w. u. uuLttiK.r.
TAX COLLECTdR
w. w. stripling
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County: Trusting that the tax collec-1

tor's office has 'been conducted in Buch j Ornnt TCiVhlinp' a minor h nif thpv i lihed as information and not guar guar-a
a guar-a manner as to meet with the approval nocniine, a minor, De ana tney

uaie ior in aemocrauc nomination ior
mis viuue ai ine cuiiujik eieciion iu db,
hl Jnn 8th T HHovo that T h
proven "the man on the job" during
my term as promised during the last
campaign. If nominated again I can
make no better promise for the future.
Under date of May 26th. the assistant
state auditor in his report, says of the
collectors ornce or Marion county:
all t acc0unts.
"The tax, collector is very accurate in
With the above
statement I pledge you the best that
is in 'me for the best interests of all the
people of .Marion county, and ask your
support at the polls.
w. vv. srmFLiijsu.
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
W. D. CARJf
To the People of Marion County: I
hereby announce as a candidate for the
office of superintendent of public In
struction of Marion county, Florida. I
will greatly appreciate your support.
d urine- thp pamnaien and vnur vot tn ;
the June primary. I pledge my whole
interest and energy to the schools of
the county. W. D. CARN
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
johx a. taltox
Peeling as many of my friends do
that T shnnlil o-n halr
I carry out the pledges made the people
lecem uuuu issue, us wjeu a.
I leellnS: that I havp aotfd fair and 1 m-
partial to one and all during my pres-
I tunny or thanking the people for their
co-operauon ana support during my
present term of office, and hereby an-
I "wuu '"i1511,. canumaie ior re-eiec-

nun ior me oince oi commissioner ior rp 11 nir, Kftu (ii,
the fifth district, subject to the dem- -vIrs- T- H- tmgSS and little daugh daugh-ocratic
ocratic daugh-ocratic primary election to be held ter. Mattie, spent Fridav with Mrs.
June 8, 1920. assuring all of my best rv:ii T
efforts. JOHN a. TALTOX. Dillon Long.

iPMnuiP

sweet little girls had today. Miss

; Louise's guests were Mary

Troxler,
Zelma Reynolds, Elizabeth
and Elizabeth Thackerson.
Dickson
The industrial school girls, their
superintendent and teachers had a
j most pleasant outing on the Silver
and Oklawaha rivers Friday. The
girls' "Uncle Ed" Carmichael fur-'
nished the boat the speedy and com- j
j fy Silver Springs, which soon took j
; the party down to Los Kiss picnic I
' i ...i v A.ie..i l u i
jgrounu, vsnere a uoumuu. iuiii v.u
trn to the springs was made in good j
me, aiiu jiii is icdincu iiuiuc nay- ( rp
py in tne reinemorance oi a pieabuia
day.
.l i r i ;
CANDLER
Candler, April 27. Mr. and Mrs.
j Frank Norton left Tuesday for their
lannual visit to Brooklyn, N. ., where
jthey have a summer home.
. . "
.irs. uamDie is eniertaininx "r
Mrs. Gamble is entertaining
niece from Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. Cherry, their son,
Oscar and the Misses Hall have re returned
turned returned to Irvine, terminating a visit
of several days to Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Sylvester.
Mrs. Malette of St. Petersburg is
the guest of Mrs. J. N. Marshall.
Mrs. Alfred Welch of Jacksonville,
j spent several days of the past week
".B '"?"""!,
"'n?n,f"a 'SSt...
.ill. ailu .uis. ? iiii.i.iii(.vii uavc
gone to South Lake Weir to reside.
Mr. B. D. Belcher and Miss Nancy
Whittington "stole a march" on their
friends last Wednesday evening by
being quietly married at Belleview.
Rev. Boyer filled the pulpit of the
Presbyterian church Sunday evening,
delivering an interesting sermon to a
large and appreciative audience.
The manse has been rented to Mrs.
Reinart, who will take immediate
possession.
Mrs. Geo. D. Thompson, having
finished an eight-month term of the
public school, has gone to Ocala to
reside. Mr. Thompson preceded her
several months ago. This completes
eight terms Mrs. Thompson has
taught our school.
Monday night, April 26th, was the
closing of a successful eight months'
term of school taught by Mrs. Blanche
Thompson. The Philomathian Socie Society,
ty, Society, consisting of the pupils of the
school, rendered a literary and music musical
al musical program displaying ability which
responded well to good training. This
program was followed by the graduat
ing exercises, which were conducted
by Supt. W. D. Cam. The graduates,
Lilian Whittington and Albert Mar Marshall,
shall, Marshall, received grammar school di diplomas.
plomas. diplomas. Supt. W. D. Cam and Mr. W. L.
Colbert being present by invitation,
each gave an instructive and interest interesting
ing interesting talk, followed by Mr. A. Johnson,
a patron and newly elected trustee of
the school, who gave a brief but good
talk.
The rendition of a ladies' quartet,
consisting of Mrs. Moore of Chicago,
Mrs. McClain, Mrs. Holtzclaw and
Mrs. Clark, and a solo by Rev. S. E.
Lawhon, were greatly enjoyed by the
pupils and audience.
The pupils of the school making a
percentage of 90 per cent and above,
in attendance, deportment and schol scholarship
arship scholarship for the eighth month are: Al Albert
bert Albert Marshall, Lilian Whittington,
oiaiith (rrdp- AliVo SlHrlmnr
fifth
grade; Victor Skidmore, fourth grade;
Virginia Holtzclaw, Walter Cole Jr.,
Isabel Maloney, third grade.
NOTICE
Tn th Circuit Tmirt nf thp Fifth Jn.
I dicial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion County, in Chancery.
W. B. Coggin, Complainant; vs. Ade Ade-i
i Ade-i laide M. Kichline. widow of J. G.
! Kichline, deceased, et als., Defend-
ants Order for Constructive Serv Serv-'
' Serv-' ice.
i It is ordered that the defendants
' herein named, to-wit: Adelaide M.
Kichline, widow of J. G. Kichline, de-
ceased. Ray Dunn Kichline. Davis i
Mav Kichline. a minor. Reginald
. nr hpfnrt
lUOIUiay, IH 4W. OUV OI J UJltf, 1VV.
1 i 1 x -annn
It is further ordered that a copy of
, this order be published once a week
fnr fnr onntonntivo wppVs in thp
r4i T7;, ,,,
' ca?a Evening Star, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
' This 1st dav of Mav. 1920.
j jcP!Ii ct Ct P H Kno-pnt
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
S. T. Sistrunk,
Complainant's Solicitor. 1-1-mon
MOSS BLUFF
Moss Bluff, April 29. Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Jordan and little daughter,
Francis Eleanor, Mr. E. C. Bennett
and Miss Collie Clark of Ocala, were
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
An t porT cnnrfav nftpmoon
Albert roix ounaay anemoon.
' Quite jolly party from Moss Bluff
motored to Lake Weir Saturday and
enjoyed the picnic. They reported an
excellent time.
Mr. James Eunice of Titusville, was
visiting friends here last week.
. titc, r tvt t?,,. f cimn
! MeKinney, js here to nurse her moth
tt o a
MeKinney, during her
cl J
' illness. Her friends are glad to see
Mr. and Mrs. Urimn Folks and cnil-
' i of neflr Ocala were visiting in
aren near jcaia, were visiting in
oui" miust sunaay.

ELECTRIC CURRENT

WILL BE OFF l
The electric current will be off from j
8 to 11 a. m. tomorrow. i
NEW OFFICERS FOR ROTARY
At the meeting of the board of di directors
rectors directors of the Rotary Club the other
night, the following officers were
named: President, J. J. Gerig; vice
president, H. L. Borland; secretary, A.
Gerig; treasurer. John L. Edwards;
corfFtont.Qt.Drme C&CiY crc
w H:.tftr.' t Rnrianri and W
'
NOTICE
All of the guarantors of the Com Community
munity Community Chautauqua are requested to
meet at the Board of Trade rooms
this evening at 5:30 o'clock.
John L. Edwards,
Chairman Committee.
FELLOWSHIP
Fellowship, April 27. Rev. E. Lee
Smith filled his regular appointment
Sunday at Fellowship church. Brother
Smith was on hand for Sunday school
Sunday morning, and after preaching
at the morning service went up to
Pleasant Hill church at 3 p. m. and
preached and from there came back
to Carter's pond, baptized two can candidates
didates candidates and was on hand for the B.
Y. P. U. services at 7:45, and after
the B. Y. P. U. exercises he preached
another sermon. That is certainly
going some. But he is equal to the
emergency.
Misses Minnie and Nina Seckinger
were the guests of Misses Winnifred
and Geneva McCully Monday.
Mr. Richard Crumpton came home
last Thursday after 'being away sev several
eral several months in South Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. George Sikes of Ocala
were the guests of Mrs. E. A. Crump Crump-ton
ton Crump-ton Sunday.
Mr. J. H. Hudgens was the guest
of Mr. B. B. Beck and his sister, Miss
Mamie HudgQns Saturday night afid
Sunday.
Miss Emma Rawls left last Satur Saturday
day Saturday for Wauchua, where she will visit
her sister for several weeks.
Mrs. W. J. Pooser and son. Jack,
arrived today from Atlanta, Ga., and
will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Rawls for some time.
Mr. Benjamin Mills left last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for Tampa. From there he will
sail for New York and from New
York will go direct to Japan.
A BARGAIN
18 ROOM HOUSE
FOR SALE
To Close Out Estate
Located on quarter-acre
lot one block from Post Post-office,
office, Post-office, cheap at $3000. Price
will be reduced $10 per day
until sold.
PRICE TODAY $2330
If interested see me at once
FRANK W. DITTO
Real Estate Ocala, Fla.
Arrival and Departure of passenger
rains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub-
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave
2:15 am
Arrire
2:10 am
1:30 pm
4:25 pm
Jacksonville-N'York
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Tamna-
1:5 pm
4:C5 Dm
i i"
2:15 am
2:15 am
Tamna 2:16 am
Manatee- 3:35 pml
St. Petersburg
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
.
: 4 :20 pm Tampa-St. Ptersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 3:15 am
1:45 pm J'ksonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm
642 am J'ksonville-G'nesvile 10:13 pm
3:18 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm SU'et'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
:25 am Dun'ellon-LTcelnd 11:03 pn
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pr
10:lopm Leesburg 6:42 ai
4 :45 pm Gainesville -1 1 :50 an
Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
VV JO&ONVILLE-fLA
LureppiT, Plaj- Gonite tlodm Screened
ovitside roore-Ste3nlte-lBup-(Afe'i
coNvectiov CwvoruNt to verym4 In
hert of City 9ervd for Booklet
70 VMDUU SMITH. PROP'R
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RAILROAD SCHEDULES

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THE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY AND COMMUNITY CHAUTAUQUA
will be held in Ocala next week. We invite everybody to come in and
enjoy the business meetings o fthe Society and the clean entertainments
of the hautauqua.
Make our Bank your headquarters while you are in town.

The Ocala National

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UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAP.
ILAP. SIM-ILAP. LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED Three or four men at
lumber yard two blocks north of the
union depot. R. H. Todd Lumber Co. 3t
LOST Girls' blue straw and blue
coat, between high school building and
Shady Grove road Friday. Suitable
reward for its return to Otto Young
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone
146. 2-m
WANTED Young lady to attend to
office and keep books. Apply at New
York Meat Market. 29-6t
FURNITURE, ETC. i buy and seU
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter
tl0, 31Z( 314 South Main St. Z3:tl
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-paii
paii Re-paii Shop, 735 N. Magnolia St. 7-lm
FOR SALE Three burned gas stove
with oven. Call phone 242 or at resi
dence. Mrs. A. M. Peryr, Herbert St.,
city. l-4t
FOR SALE OR TRADE Two good
muies. 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
BRICK LAYERS WANTED Palat Palat-ka
ka Palat-ka new school buildings Fuquay &
Green, builders, Daytona Beach, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 23-12t
WANTED Furnished modern house
for year or more by young couple. Can
furnish best of references. Address.
"House," care Star. l-3t
LOST Memorandum boo kcontaining
poll tax receipts, and other papers.
Has rep tape around it, and name on
front side. Return to W. H. Duebel,
Ocula, Fla. 27-6t
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
having us clean and press your
clothes. Ladies' work a specialty. The
Arcade Pressing Club, phone 448. 22m
LOST Orange colored cat Wednes Wednes-dav
dav Wednes-dav nieht. Reward to finder. Notify
213 South Pne St., on Star office, tf
WANTED To rent permanently, un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished house with all modern
conveniences and in desirable neigh
borhood. Apply Mrs. S. J. Jones at
Colonial hotel or S. J. Jones, Ocala
Iron Works. 29-6t
FOR SALE Baby chicks two weeks
old, 25 cents; four weeks old, 30 cents.
Mrs. W. R. Miller, 508 N. Pond St. 3t
FOR SALF, 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-Ct
FOR SALE One combination lath
mil land bolter. One lath trimmer ind
binder. Both new machines. Address
Landeck Lumber Company, Tampa,
Florida 30-3t
FOR SALF, Good Holstein milch
cow. Three years old. See Jake Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, or call phone 205. 30-6t
FOR SALE Modern home of seven
rooms, pantry and bathroom. Garage
for two cars. Pleasantly located and
price reasonable. Address 'fHome," P. I
O. Box 149, Ocala. ria., or teiepnone
441. 30-Ct j
REAL SALESMAN-With car prefer- j
red, in your locality. $50 to $200 week-
ly, selling that wonderful "CORAJA" i
Patch not an "all-rubber" or khaki
back it's different PATENTED

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A GALA WEEK M OCALA

NOTICE'
Beginning May 6th ind con continuing
tinuing continuing throughout September
. We will close every
Thursday
at 1 o'clock p. m.
Salespeople's half holiday.
Please do your shopping early.
Thanks.

FRANK'S
The Fashion Center
OCALA, FLORIDA

L. A A A AA AA
rxthing else like it on the market. NO
COMPETITION. You can make a
clean up BEST in the WORLD,' for
automobile inner tubes territory
FREE.. (You can start with a $6 or order).
der). order). "CORAJA" RUBBER MFG.
CO., Dallas, Texas. P. S.: Have sev sev-eran
eran sev-eran openings for state managers
with $500 to $1000 capital. Should
easily make $500 to $2000 per month.
Be quick, or the other fellow will get
it. 3-4tsat
SMALL FARM FOR SALE A 13 13-acre,
acre, 13-acre, well impromed farm 2 miles
J. 0. SPENCER

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

GOODYEAR AND U.

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

GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.

OCALA GAS ENGINE WORMS

PnONE
Ocala

99

Bank
rvT
sAA,, A, .Afc.A ,A A-? A?
? k? 4
from town on Silver Springs road, at
$1000 less than cost, for quick sale.
Known a's Brinson place. Apply to R.
E. Yonge, Ocala, Fla. 29-3t
DANESE Feed & Grocery Co.,
626 W. Forsyth St. Jackson Jacksonville,
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