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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Weather Forecast: Generally fair
tonight and Wednesday.
MALA, FLORIDA, TI'I'SDAY, MAY 1. 192(1.
VOL. 26, NO. 106
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Members Began Arriving in Ocala Last Night
and Continue to Come from
All Parts of the State

Members of the Florida State Hor-.
ticultural Society began arriving: in
the city last night. Mr. Bayard F.
Fioyd, secretary of the society, is
here, and this morning stated that he
looked for a large attendace, possibly
as many as six hundred. The head headquarters
quarters headquarters of the convention are in the
lobby of the Ocala House, in which
hotel the society was organized April
10, 1888. The orange ribbons which
will be worn by the members attend attending
ing attending have already appeared. The con convention
vention convention will be opened tonight at 8:30
o'clock in the auditorium of the Ocala
Woman's Club. The ladies of the
club are decorating the auditorium
with flowers for the occasion, and
several musical numbers will be given
during the evening by members of the
club. There should be a large at attendance
tendance attendance of the Ocala and Mai ion
county people tonight, and at all of
the sessions.
The program for tonight will be as
follows:
Piano solo-Mrs. B. F. Condon.
Call to order President H. Harold
Hume, Glen St. Mary.
Opening prayer Rev. J. J. Neigh Neighbour,
bour, Neighbour, Ocala.
Address of welcome R. L. Ander Anderson
son Anderson Jr., mayor of Ocala.
Response for the society B. L.
Hamner, Valrico.
Vocal solo Mrs. L. E. Futch.
President's annual address.
Address, "The Florida State Hor Horticultural
ticultural Horticultural Society A Bit of History"
Geo. L. Taber, Glen St. Mary.
Talks, "The Horticultural Society,
Its Past. Present and Future" J. C.
Chace, Jacksonville; J. E. Ingraham, j
St. Augustine; P. H. Rolfs, Gaines Gainesville;
ville; Gainesville; H. G. Hastings, Atlanta; E. L.
Wartmann, Citra; L. W. Lipsey, Blan-
ton.
Social hour. f
The programs for tomorrow ses sessions
sions sessions ate as follows:
9:30 a. m. Fertilizers C. H.
Thompson, Winter Haven; Geo. V.
Leonard, Hastings; Dr. H. G. Wheel Wheeler,
er, Wheeler, Boston, Mass.
Address, "The Standardization of
Fertilizer Formulae" J. N. Harper,
Atlanta.
Machinery in the Grove J. G.
Grossenbacher, Plymouth; A. O. Kay,
Washington; R. E. Lenfest, Apopka;
Frazier Rogers, Gainesville.
Address, "Implements for Use in
the Citrus Grove" J. G. Grossen Grossenbacher,
bacher, Grossenbacher, Plymouth.
Address, "Types of Spraying Ma Machinery
chinery Machinery for Use in the Citrus Groves
of Florida" R. E. Lenfest, Apopka.
Address, "The Utilization of Trac Tractors
tors Tractors as Power for Pumping Units in
the Citrus Grove" A. O. Kay, U. S.
Dept. of Agriculture, Washington.
Address, "The Use of Tractors in
the Citrus Grove" Frazier Rogers,
Gainesville.
2:15 p m. Address. "What Con Constitutes
stitutes Constitutes a Good Commercial Variety
Avocado" W. J. Krome, Homestead.
Address, "Avocados in Polk County,
Florida" W. D. Carrier, Winter
Haven.
Address, "Guatemalan and Mexican
Avocados Fruiting in Florida" John
B. Beach, West Palm Beach.
Address, "Insects Which Attack the
Avocado in Florida" G. F. Moznette,
Miami.
Address, "Some Diseases of Avoca Avocados
dos Avocados and Subtropical Fruits" H. E.
Stevens, Gainesville.
Address, "The Pineapple Industry
in Florida and Its Future" H. S. Mo
London, St. Augustine.
Packing and Shipment of Citrus
Fruits F. L. Carr, Arcadia; Edward
Arndt, Fort Myers.
8 p. m. Address, "Fruit Products
in Florida" C. E. Stewart, Tampa.
Address, "The By-Products of Cit Citrus
rus Citrus Fruits" J. W. Sample, Haines
City.
Address, "Citrus Fruits in Cook Cookery"
ery" Cookery" Mrs. C." M. Berry, Sanford.
Address, "By-Products of Florida
Fruits Other Than Citrus" Miss S.
Partridge, Tallahassee.
Address, "Grapes and Grape Pro Products"
ducts" Products" Charles Dearing, Washington.
Mr. S. H. Gaitskill of Mcintosh is
among the earlyv arrivals for the con convention.
vention. convention. Mr. Gaitskill was one of the
original members of the horticultural
society, when it was organized here
thirty-three years ago.
Another early, arrival is Mr.

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Charles Dearing of Was-hinton, D.
C, horticulturist of the U. S. depart department
ment department of agriculture. Mr. Dearing will
have an exhibit of muscadine grape
products at the Woman's Club. To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow night he will make a talk on
"Grapes and Grace Products." Mr.
Dearing did his lirst work in Florida
in this county eleven years ago on the
farm of Mr. L. (). Foohr, when he ex experimented
perimented experimented with b eedinc: up of the
native grape. The nTii;;cadine grows
wild all over M:u.n county and Mr.
Dearing will urge tliut horticulturists
give their attention to the develop development
ment development of this grape and its products.
Mi. Dearing's tUk tomorrow, there therefore,
fore, therefore, will be of special interest to
Ocala and Marion county.
Mr. H. L. Iioi!a."id is general chair chairman
man chairman of the reception committee. He
may be found at the headquarters f
the convention in the 0"cala House
lobby.
i
Mr. L. M. Rhodes, state marketing
commissioner, is attending the con convention.
vention. convention. He wi41 be here until Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning.
,
A special one-h.1? rate for the glass
bottom boat trips at Silver Springs
has been obtained for the visiting
members of the horticultural society.
Thes tickets can bz obtained from Mr.
H. L. Borland, chairman of the recep reception
tion reception committee, o.- from Mr. Bayard
F. Floyd, secretary of the society, at
the headquarters in the lobby of the
Ocala House.
A number of the horticulturists
were guests of the Rotarians at their
regular luncheon today.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cline of Au Au-burndale,
burndale, Au-burndale, formerly of this city, are
among the attendants on the conven convention.
tion. convention. Mr. J. E. Ford, advertising manager
of the American Fruit Grower, is .in
interested attendant on and reporter
of the convention.
Rev. James G. Glass is here for the
convention. He is being welcomed by
his many friends.
t.
A special badge of white and green
has been provided for those who have
been members of the society for 25
years and more.
MA J. NEWMAN WILL MAKE
HIMSELF CONSPICUOUS
(Associated Press)
London, May 4. Major Newman
has announced his intention" to wear
overalls in the house of commons.
STRIKE IS SUBSIDING
New Bedford. Mass., May 4. The
gates of all cotton mills are open and
partial operations were conducted to today,
day, today, but leaders of the textile work workers
ers workers claimed an increased number of
strikers.
MEETING OF WOMAN'S CLUB
Saturday afternoon the Ocala Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club held its regular meeting,
Mrs. W. T. Gary presiding.
This was the meeting in which the
annual reports of officers and chair chairmen
men chairmen of committees were read, and
these were listened to with interest.
The report of Mrs. Gary, the presi president,
dent, president, wras extremely comprehensive,
the club voting to have it published.
A piano solo by Mrs. B. F. Condon,
and two vocal numbers by Mrs. L. E.
Futch, whose accompanist on this oc occasion
casion occasion was Mrs. J. H. Taylor, were
greatly enjoyed.
Several proposed amendments to
the constitution were submitted by
Mrs. William Hocker to be acted nn
at the next meeting.
The hostesses for the afternoon
were Mrs. Lester Lucas. Mrs. C. R.
Tydings Jr. and Mrs. L. J. Knight,
fruit punch being served from an at attractively
tractively attractively appointed table by Mrs.
Harry Holcomb of Jacksonville, a for former
mer former active member of the club.
Don't faH to visit the Guarantee
Clothing fc Sh;e Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

I 1 t'TIW I 4 I t kTf
IN CALIFORNIA
Republicans of Golden State Will
Decide Between Hoover
and Johnson
(Associated Press)
San Francisco, May 4. Weather
conditions favor a heavy vote in the
California presidential primary. The
candidac K'.; of Hoover and Johnson
are the chief issues among republi republicans.
cans. republicans. PANAMA'S PRESIDENT
WOULD RECEIVE PERSHING
Anxious to Atone for the Insula Of Offered
fered Offered by a Mob Yes Yesterday
terday Yesterday ( associated IVess)
Panama, May 4. President Le Le-Fevre
Fevre Le-Fevre tendered a reception to General
Pershing. The general went alligator
hunting today.
GOOD POINT MADE BY GRABLE
Too Many are Eating Cake and Too
Many Others Can't Get
Bread
, (Associated Press)
Washington, May 4. Too many
people, are eating cake and to many
are rinding it impossible to get enough
bread, is the underlying cause for un unrest,
rest, unrest, President Grable of the mainte maintenance
nance maintenance of way employes, told the rail railroad
road railroad labor board when he appeared
before that body today.
RAYMOND COONEY'S
BIG RAKEOFF
(Associated Press)
Indianapolis, May 4. Raymond
Cooney, said until recently to have
been employed as a bell boy, is under
arrest in connection with alleged
thefts of $200,000 in bond certifi certificates.
cates. certificates. HURRY UP AND BUY
YOUR CHAUTAUQUA TICKETS
At a meeting of the 'guarantors of
the Chautauqua, held yesterday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, it was found that not more
than one-third of the season tickets
had been sold. Many have promised
to jpurchase tickets but have not paid
for them as yet. The guaranters
hope that all of those who have prom promised
ised promised to purchase will do so today or to tomorrows
morrows tomorrows If there is any deficit in the
number of tickets sold the guarantors
must make up the deficiency.
The adult season tickets are $2.50.
There are ten performances1. If the
straight admission tickets were pur purchased
chased purchased for each performance the
price of ten would cost $G.70. The sin single
gle single admission, including war tax, for
the afternoons, is 55 cents, except
Monday afternoon, when the admis admission
sion admission will be 75 cents. Admission to
the evening performances is 75 cents.
Those who cannot attend all of the
performances will save money by buy buying
ing buying a season ticket, unless they attend
only once or twice. The tickets are
transferable within the purchaser's
immediate family.
SEEDS
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf

LL-STAR ATTRACTIONS

OF THE PROGRAM DE LUXE

PRESENTED BY

COMMUNITY CHAUTAUQUAS, Inc. ;

AMERICA'S GREATEST

Aggregating Fifty
Dollars Must Await
Litigation
Million
(Associated Press)
Washington, May 4. Farm loans
aggregating $50,000,000 are held up
as a result of litigation over validity
of the farm loan act, it developed at
a conference of farm loan officials
here, today.
LUiiLESON'S PHONE BILL,
Operation of the telegraph and tel telephone
ephone telephone companies during the war cost
the government- $14,000,000, Post Postmaster
master Postmaster General Burleson informed
Congress today, asking for an appro appropriation
priation appropriation to cover same.
WHY DIDN'T HE SPEAK?
Admiral Benson said he believed
before the world war the United
States would have to fight Germany.
ALL HANDS VOTE IN INDIANA
Four Favorite Sons in the Race for
Republican Endorsement
(Associated Press)
Indianapolis, May 4. A heavy vote
is expected today in the Indiana pres presidential
idential presidential primary on acocunt of favor favorable
able favorable weather. There are four candi candidates,
dates, candidates, Johnson, Wood, Lowden and
Harding running for the republican
endorsement.
UIG FEATURE OF
THE CHAUTAUQUA
Burlesque Parade by the Children
Tomorrow Afternoon
Tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock
the Community Chautauqua will be
opened with a big play festival lor
the kiddies. All of the children are
invited, and the adults as well. There
will be games for every one, old and
young, ther 'will be story-telling for
the children, there will be a ticket
hunt and there will be a parade which
is to be a burlesque on the Chautau Chautauqua
qua Chautauqua program. It is not necessary io
have a ticket to the Chautauqua to
enter the fun of tomorrow afternoon's
play festival. All of the children and
the grown folks should be present,
whether they intend to attend the
Chautauqua or not.
The big feature of the afternoon
wiil be the burlesque parade. The
children are expected to come dressed
in costume mimicing some of the ai ai-tists
tists ai-tists on the Chautauqua program.
The Boy Scouts will take part in the
parade.
Miss Cora Griffin, principal of the
Ocala primary school, is junior Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua chairman. A play leader will
be here to direct the play of the chil children
dren children and to tell the stories called for
on the junior Chautauqua program. It
is expected that the children will de devise
vise devise some very acusing costumes in
caricituring the artists on the Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua program.
Everybody should be at the Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua grounds at the east end of
Broadway between Fort King avenue
and Oklawaha avenue at 5 o'clock to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon. The play leaders
of the Chautauqua will do the rest.
NOTICE, BUSINESS WOMEN
The meeting tonight of the business
and professional women's club will be
held in the basemnt of the library as
it was impossible to have the club
loom in readiness. Every member
shculd be present as there are several
matters of vital importance to be at attended
tended attended to, one of which will be the
election of delegates for the meeting
of the State Federation of Women's
CIuUs to be held in Tampa, May 24.
The program will open promptly at
8:15 and Miss Lilla White will gie
an interesting and beneficial talk to
the club.
You can be served with gasoline at
our Main street entrance as we are
using a portable tank. Blalock
Bros. 29-Ct
CHAUTAUQUA SYSTEM

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Twenty-Fit e Hundred Democratic
Leaders Attending State Con Convention
vention Convention at Louisville

(Associated Press)
Louisville. May 4. Approximately
2 G0 democratic leaders assembled
here today for the Kentucky state
convention. A majority of the dele
gates are pledged to Governor Cox
for president.
CITIZENS' DUTIES FOR SISfERS
Louisville, May 4. A temporary
u panization of Kentucky league
woniv?n voters was formed here to to-da.
da. to-da. The state convention will be
'held next fall.
i HAS ANOTHER STRIKE
ON ITS HANDS
(Associated Press)
Peace and Harmony Seem to Have
Departed from Cleveland
(Associated Press)
, Cleveland, May 4. Street car mo mo-Itormen
Itormen mo-Itormen and conductors have voted to
strike at midnight tomorrow. This
action was taken when the company
offered Ie;.:s wage increase than they
drmanded. A number of chauffeurs
have also struck.
WENT HEAVY FOR WOOD
State of Maryland Prefers the Gen Gen-eraKto
eraKto Gen-eraKto Demagogue Hi
Johnson
(Associated Press)
Baltimore, May 4. General Wood
defeated Senator Johnson by .7800
majority votes in Maryland's republi-
j can presidential primary, according
(to practically complete returns.
BRITISH IN PURSUIT
OF THE BEDOUINS
(Associated Press)
Jerusalem, May 4. Bedouin de de-ta
ta de-ta hments raided Jericho, driving off
a large number of cattle. British
troops were sent in pursuit.
IX WOULD BE A SHAME
' TO MOVE IT
f Associated Press)
Greenville, S. C, May 4. The Unit United
ed United Daughters of the Confedracy have
announced a referendum against mov moving
ing moving the Confederate monument from
the public square. The city council
claimed it obstructed traffic.
CONFERENCE OF EDUCATORS
IN NORTH CAROLINA
(Associated Press)
Greensboro, N. C, May 4. Educa Educational
tional Educational leaders of North Carolina are
here to attend an edupational confer conference
ence conference called by Commissioner Claxton.
SATURDAY WILL BE
THEIR LAST DAY
The friends of the popular airplane
men. Lieut. Johnson and Mr. Lutes,
wiil regret to learn that they will soon
leave us. They have some minor
date:;, and Thursday will attend the
big picnic near Romeo, where there
is a fine flying field. The expect to
take quite a number up during the
day.
In the last few days" Lieut. Johnson
hs taken up Dr. Jones of Orlando,
Messrs. F. W. Ditto and Randolph
Mathews, the three taking stunts, par particularly
ticularly particularly Mr. Ditto, who took ,all in
the shop; and Miss Katherine Pyles,
Mts-rs. Y. R. O'Dell, John Meadows,
Emii.ett Davis, J. W. Watson, B. F.
Wicker, M. F. Sanders and O. C.
Wright, straight flights.
Pilot Johnson and Mr. Lutes and
thei: plane wifl be at the flying field
j all day Saturday, and Sunday morn
ing will start on their trip north.
They are a couple of clever young
men and have given our people much
enjoyment. They have made friends
with, all whom they have met, and
Ocala will be glad if they are able
to r turn in the autumn and spend the
winter with us.
WILL ENDORSE WILSON
Lone Star State Never Wavers in Its
Loyalty
f A s eclated Press)
Dallas, May 4. Texas democrats in
county conventions are selecting dele delegates
gates delegates to the state convention. Of the
1400 to be elected, 1200 will carry in instructions
structions instructions to vote a full endorsement
of President Wilson's administration.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf

Revolutionists Have Taken Half of
Carranza's Territory, In Including
cluding Including Juarez

(Associated Pres)
Washington, May 4. Relief was
shown today when it became known
that Juarez had gone over to the rev revolutionists
olutionists revolutionists peacefully. It is believed
this action has removed potential
international danger. The rebels have
succeeded in taking half of Car Carranza's
ranza's Carranza's territory without a battle.
The plans of the revolutionists are to
proceed to Torreon through Chihua Chihuahua
hua Chihuahua and then attack Mexico City.
A POTENTIAL WEAPON
Agua Prieta, Sonora, May 4. A
general strike is a potential weapon
possessed by the revolutionists,
against Carranza, according to revo revolutionary
lutionary revolutionary leaders. They said it would
not be used except as a last resort.
McSHANE RAKED
OFF MUCH MONEY
California Fruit Man Must Answer
for Theft of Four Hundred
Thousand Dollars
(Associated Press)
Los Angeles, May 4. Department
of justice agents have arrested Wm.
F. McShane, president of the Suther Sutherland
land Sutherland Fruit Company, who is charged
with fraudulent transactions involv involving,
ing, involving, according to the agents, $400,000.
WANT TO CUT OUT
BASKET BALL
Pedagogues Have It in for this Ex Ex-cellent
cellent Ex-cellent Sport
(Associated Press)
Chicago, May 4. Basket ball would
be dropped from the lost of controlled
sports under a resolution certified to
the national body by the Central Am Amateur
ateur Amateur Athletic Union.
CLAM-LIKE PROCEEDINGS
OF THE CONFERENCE
(Associated Press)
.Washington, May 4. The confer conference
ence conference between Secretary Wilson and
the anthracite miners and operators,
looking to a new wage agreemnt. con continued
tinued continued today, but the executive and
those attending continued their attii
tude of silence.
CARPENTERS SURELY
PULL DOWN THE COIN
(Associated Press)
Philadelphia, May 4. Three thou thousand
sand thousand carpenters returned to work to today,
day, today, according to, union officials, who
said the $60 wage scale had been
granted by 119 contractors.
SUPPLY OF OVERALLS
WILL SOON RUN SHORT
(Associated Pres.)
Toronto, May 4. All the large de department
partment department stores have been advertis advertising
ing advertising bargain sales ever since the inau-.
guration of the overall campaign in
the United States and Canada. 1
S. A. L. TO CLOSE
THURSDAY AFTERNOON
Effective Thursday, May 6th, the
S. A. L. railway freight station will
be closed Thursday afternoons.
2t C. A. Harris, Agent.
NOTICE
Of Sale by Executrix of Personal
Property
Notice is hereby given that the un undersigned,
dersigned, undersigned, Mamie Hall, as executrix
of the last will and testament of Rich Richard
ard Richard Smith Hall, deceased, will on the
15th day of May, A. D., 1920, between
the hours of 11 o'clock in the forenoon
and 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the
courthouse door, to-wit: at the county
courthouse building of the county of
Marion, in the city of Ocala, state of
Florida, to pay debts of the estate of
said Richard Smith Hall, deceased,
sell at public outcry to the highest
bidder for c.sh, one hundred and
twenty-four shares of the capital
stock of LORRAINE TURPENTINE
COMPANY, a corporation. incorporat incorporated
ed incorporated and existing under the laws of the
state of Florida, evidenced by certifi certificate
cate certificate Number 8 of the stock of said
company. Said executrix reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
Mamie Hall,
Executrix of the Last Will and Testa Testament
ment Testament of Richard Smith Hall, De Deceased.
ceased. Deceased. 5-4-llt
Rub-My-Tism is a great pain killer,
lit relieves pain and soreness caused by
rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains, etc
Six hundred ladies can get the
BIGGEST BARGAIN at Ceng's Spec Special
ial Special Sale. Come in and see for your yourself.
self. yourself. Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf

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the way they show him up. It must
be some relief to him to know that m
eternity he will be widely separated
from them. On. the other hand the
newspaper men would not care to
spend eternity anywhere there would
be so little discrimination shown as
to admit Catts. Dade City Banner.
Newspaper men are mostly demo democratic.
cratic. democratic. They could probably take the
gov. in hand and improve him up to
the hell standard in a few years.

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Next Sunday is Mother's Day, and
don't forget the date.

Because A. P. Jordan of Punta

Gorda, has won fame as a teller of
fish stories, some folks are wondering

it his reports as census supervisor

wiii be just as truthful. St. Peters
burg Times.

His fish stories have always seem

ed plausible and interesting to us.

Says the Jacksonville Metropolis:

"On Mother's Day people will display
the Stars and Stripes instead of bou bou-tonniers.
tonniers. bou-tonniers. Last Mother's Day white
carnations were born and profiteers
sold them as high as a dollar each.
There is no sentiment about a pro profiteer,
fiteer, profiteer, neither is there any to a

swine.

Out of a school population of 313,145
in Florida, only 611 graduated from
high school last year and only 228 cf
thes entered college. These figures
' are alarming. The compulsory school
attendance law evidently was passed
none too soon. St. Augustine Record.
Compulsory law doesn't apply to
high schools.
Thorndyke wrote an article on the
state senatorial election in the dis district
trict district composed of the biggest part of
Joe Sears' congressional district and
wagered a pair of overalls against a
pink camisole that the other papers
in the affected territory would not
reprint it just as he had written it.
The Miami Herald did, which means
that Stoneman keeps his camisole and
Thorn loses his overalls. St. Augus Augustine
tine Augustine Record.
What's he wearing now?
Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig
pays a high tribute to the" American
soldier during the world's war. He
does this to dispel ideas that he was
not an admirer of the American
"doughboy" that have become circu circulated
lated circulated in certain parts of the universe.
How the impression originated
amounts to nothing in the minds of
Americans. They know Haig to be a
man and a soldier. Jacksonville Metropolis.

The story started with the Sinn

Fein and its pro-German allies.

Joe Earman in his Palm Beach

Post, pays the following tribute to

one oi rioriaa s most aisunguisnea

sons, Nathan P. Bryan, recently ap

pointed by President Wilson justice

of the fifth judicial circuit:

Nathan Philemon Bryan was born

at Ft. Mason, in Orange (now Lake)
county, April 23, 1873.

He is the son of John M. Bryan,
who served with great ability for
fourteen years as state senator, aft afterwards
erwards afterwards being state railroad commis commissioner
sioner commissioner for many years.
Nat Bryan, before entering upon
his study of law, received a thorough
foundation in college.

He pursued his preparatory studies

in the public schools of Kissimmee.

He graduated from Emory College

in 1893 with a degree of bachelor of

arts, and then took up the study cf

law at Washington and Lee Univer

sity in Virginia, receiving his degree

in 1895.

He at once located at Jacksonville,
and in 1897 became a partner of John
Murdock Barrs, establishing 'the firm

of Barrs & Bryan.

This partnership was afterwards

terminated when Mr. Bryan was elect elected
ed elected United States senator and went to

Washington to reside.

Nat Bryan practiced law at Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville frorh 1895 until his election

as United States senator in 1911.

His term expired March 3, 1917, at

which time he was succeeded by Park

Trammell.

Nat Bryan is one of Florida's best

lawyers.

He is absolutely on the square at

ail times.

He knows the full value of honest

dealings.
I have a profound respect for him.
We are not political friends.

Notwithstanding we extend Nat

Bryan that which is his.

lie is one ot rioriaas most promi

nent and substantial men.

Honor and credit is extended to

those to whom it is due.

Nat Bryan deserves it, or I would

not say so in this column.

1 wish him a happy birthday.

uovernar uatts in an address in

Moore Haven made a bitter attack on
Florida newspapers and predicted

that all the newspaper men would be

cast into hell. No doubt our beloved
governor feels somewhat annoyed by

fHc. Mothers' Day, May 9th.
PPZ Think of mother this

OJfcf montn- Maybe new eyes

srr A (glasses) would add to

.Wfcv her happiness.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,.
Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

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 $2310
.11 interested see me at once
FRANK W. DITTO
Real Estate Ocala, Fla.

MIAMI TO NEW YORK

IN ONE DAYLIGHT

(Miami Herald)

That was a wonderful feat that was

(Miami Herald)
We may assume that there are o o-inj.
inj. o-inj. to be those voters wno are going
to cast their ballot for Sidney J.

Catts for the nomination as United

States senator.

We may assume that these men,

whoever they are, regard themselves

as sensible men ana tnai tney con

sider that they hive just and reason reasonable
able reasonable grounds for their coming politi

cal action.

In that event, it is a fair question

to ask these men, who have thought
the matter out to their satisfaction,

to tell their fellow voters just why

thev prefer to vote for Governor

Catts rather than for Senator Flet

cher.

There, must be some reason, a rea

. -1 11 1

son that wouia appeal to men wno

think they are seriously considering
the subject. Then, what is that rea

son?

Take Senator Fletcher's record as a

mar and as a senator. He is an able,

upright, efficient statesman. He is
serving in the last of twelve years.
During his occupancy of his high of office
fice office he has proven himself finely
equipped to discharge its duties, and

his record, after all these years, is
clean. He has secured more for the

state of Florida in the way of helpful
legislation than any man who ever
represented us in Congress. He has
done more for the whole country than

any man ever sent from this state to
the halls of Congress. He has taken
a leading part in many world activi

ties. He is a big man, a statesman.

On the other hand, what has his

opponent ever done for this state or
for any other or for the people? He

made great promises when he was a

candidate for the office he now holds.

He said he would compel the legisla

ture to reduce taxes. They are now
double what they were when he went

into office. He said he would require
efficient work from state officeholders.
He removed many of them on trivial
charges, only to have them reinstated

by the legislature at a great cost to
the people of the state. He has done
nothing constructive while in office.
He went into office on a wave of pre prejudice
judice prejudice against a certain religious or

ganization, and yet he has appointed
members of that very organization to

office and visits them and eats their
bread, while at the same time charg charging
ing charging them with designs upon the lib liberties
erties liberties of the American people. His
conduct at various times has been
such as to bring the blush of shame
to the cheeks of loyal Floridians. He
is not a statesman. He has had no
experience in legislation. He has no
knowledge of national questions or
world affairs.
In comparing the two men, what is
there in the history, the conduct, the
accomplishments of the governor that
would induce any sensible, loyal citi citizen
zen citizen to prefer him in the United
States Senate to the man who has al-

sion, who advocated and raied the
tax value of everything in Hills Hillsborough
borough Hillsborough and other hi-j, rich counties,
while arguing in its defense that 100

per cent valuation is absolutely need

ed. That man is today a candidate
for tax assessor in Madison countv, i
1
anc is openly running on a platform
of lowering: tax assessment values o
as to keep down the taxes of his peo people.
ple. people. That is one of the counties ro 1
anxious to .-ee the bond amendment j
adopted, too. 1

A MOST USEFUL WORK

Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, who has been
out in other states on an educational
toar for the Florida Citrus Exchange,
is home for a few days rest. Mrs.
Moorhead, on htr tour, visited a num number
ber number of our southern colleges, and had
a most cordial reception, her work
being in the nature of the demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration of pretty and useful novelties.
As all our Marion county people
know, Mrs. Moorhead is a pastmaster
in this work, able to blend attractive attractiveness
ness attractiveness and economy in the utmost hai hai-m
m hai-m ny.
This work we understand was in a
way an experiment, being put on only

in such colleges as could be commu

nicated with in a limited time, and
where home economics is a part of
the course of study. The enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic interts on the part of the
young ladies and teachers in all the
schools visited seemed to fully war warrant
rant warrant the effort made on the part of
the citrus exchange to have demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated some of the many ways of
serving citrus fruits.
The colleges which were soi fortu fortunate
nate fortunate as to secure these demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations were the State Agricultural Col College
lege College of Athens, Ga., the Georgia
State Normal, also of Athens, Win Win-threpe
threpe Win-threpe College of Rock Hill, S. C,
Greensboro College for Women at
Greensboro, N. C, the University of
Tennessee at Knoxville, a combination
of ten schools under the auspices of
home demonstration work at Chatta Chattanooga,
nooga, Chattanooga, Tenn., the State Normal
School at Troy, Ala., and the State
College for Women, Montevallo, Ala.
Several thousand girls and women
reecived a message from Mrs. Moor Moorhead
head Moorhead in regard to the use of Florida's
health fruits. Many of them took
part in the class and laboratory work,
which, of course, made the work more
interesting. f

J. H. SPENCER

W. R. PEDRICK

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the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.

GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES

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

GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.

OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS

I'HONE 271

Ocala

Florida

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

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

THAT STATE ROAD
BOND MATTER

accomplished by the passenger sea

plane, "Miss Miami," on Friday. As

told in the Herald of yesterday, the

seaplane left Miami at an early hour ready made his mark in that body and

on rvlay morning and landed sateiy wnon as eminently proven nis worth.

at New York city at about 8 o'clock
of the evening of the same day, with

only one stop on the way. Over 1500

miles were covered at a better speed

than 100 miles an hour.

A feature of the great trip was

that the regular Friday morning issue

of the Miami Herald was delivered to
the president of the Herald Publish Publishing
ing Publishing Company, who happened to be in

New York at the time, and to the
various newspapers of the great me metropolis,
tropolis, metropolis, on the day of publication,
probably the first time a newspaper
has been delivered at so great dis

tance in so short a time.

The trip was made to ascertain the
practicability of establishing a regu regular
lar regular mail and passenger line between
this city and New York. Its projec projectors
tors projectors are satisfied that such a line can
be established and maintained, and it
will be done. New York will then be become
come become only fifteen hours away from
Miami, a matter of great conven convenience
ience convenience to business men and a matter cf
inestimable advertising value to Mi Miami.
ami. Miami. Friday, April 30, 1920, marked a
new epoch in the history of this city.

BARGAINS IN USED CARS

One 1917 Ford Touring.
One 1918 Ford Touring.
One 1919 Ford Roadster.
AUTO SALES CO.

Mack Taylor.

Phone 348.

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Ocala. Fla.

STORE FOR RENT

The store room in the Merchants'
clock now occupied by Pillans &
Smith Grocery Co. will be for rent

aoout May 1st. R. R. Carroll, Agt. tf

SEEDS!
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas. cow peas and sorghum
seed. Ocala Seed Store, nhone 435. tf

TO GAS BUYERS

No waiting for the "other fellow"'
to get your gasoline. We have install installed
ed installed a portable tank, and you can be
served NOW. 29-6t Blalock Bros.

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

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

(Tampa Tribune)
The Tribune has been one of the
most active supporters of, and most
ardent believers in, good roads locally
and state-wide, as well as over the
nation. The Tribune has likewise
been one of the most bitter antago antagonists
nists antagonists of unfairness in legislation and
unreasonableness in taxation. It is
because of the unfairness of the pro

position to make any certain county

pay for the roads neded, and built, in
another county, and the unreasonable

ness of the attempt to saddle this
state with a debt which will run to
any possible millions wanted for the
purpose, that the Tribune is opposing
the bonding of Florida to 5 per cent
of its valuation for this general road
building project.
We have suggested that there is
needed a law to make any county
through which a needed state ro'id
must pass, pay its part of the cost of
building, because of the increased val valuation
uation valuation of its lands, contiguous, and
graduated back even to the remotest
areas of the county. We pass laws,
and they stand in the courts, for mak making
ing making property owners pay a certain
part of the cost of street paving,
sidewalk building, sewer construction
and, maybe, other permanent im improvements
provements improvements benefiting them. It is no
use for a man to object to the opening
of a street through his property if it
becomes absolutely needed for the ex extension
tension extension and betterment of a city or
town. Ther can be no reason in law
or equity why the taxpayers of Tam Tampa
pa Tampa should be forced to pay for the
paving of a street in Lakeland or
Plant City, or Madison, or Crest View,
simply because some of the taxpayers
of Tampa will have to use those sp2 sp2-cific
cific sp2-cific streets in passing through to or
from Tampa at any time they may be
traveling. There should be no reason
in law or equity why Duval county
taxpayers should have to pay for the
building of a public road in Sumter
county, merely because when Duval
county taxpayers want to go to Cedar
Key they will have to pass through
Sumter county.
Many of the counties of Florida
have built their road systems, others
are building them. Some counties are
holding back assuming that this bond
issue will get through, and then their
taxpayers will have but little to bear
in the way of good road
in the way of road bond burden.
As a sample of how they argue it

I we will cite tne case of a former

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Iron, Quinine and Magnesia are
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germs in the blood, Magnesia carries
off the body poisons, and Iron
strengthen.-; and invigorates.
Dr. Williams' 101 Tonic contains
these three ingredients properly pro proportioned.
portioned. proportioned. It's the correct treatment
for Colds, LaGrippe and Malaria.

l!5c. and f)0. bottles for sale at your

diug store. Adv. No. 1.

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Ford Repairs a Specialty

GasoMoe Oils Grease

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In the FEDERAL we sell principally
Truck the balance you pay for is SERVICE.
DISCOUNTS on Federals is not for
sale, as they are priced Right to begin with.
With the TENTH YEAR FEDERAL
is also sold 300 Days Each Year Assured
Transportation.
With only one year's sales behind us,
we invite you to write or phone One Hun Hundred
dred Hundred and Fifty FEDERAL Owners as to
RESULTS they are getting from FEDERALS.
FEDERALS FOR EVERY
BUSINESS AND ALL
ROAD CONDITIONS. .
Carroll Motors Company
Ocala - - - Florida

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1920

I P n 1 'WW. HI'.' .WW!

AMERICA'S GREATEST CHAUTAUQUA SYSTEM
cTWUSICM
Rousing martial airs, mellow melodies of music mas masters,
ters, masters, old songs and new songs, lively modern tunes,
humorous recitations and dramatic readings, pre presented
sented presented by real artists at your coming
Community"
Chautauqua
As an added attraction a company of talented players
will present the thrilling drama, "Fine Feathers."
Here is an opportunity to see this great New York
success right at home. 7
Five Days of the Best
Entertainment and Music

Boston Light Opera Revue
Six young ladies presenting selections from most
popular light operas. You are familiar with many
of these operatic songs and will enjoy hearing
them sung again. "Wedding Bells from Fritz
Kreisler's Opera, "Apple Blossoms," will be a
part of the program, as well as selections from
''Yokohama Maid," "Florabella," "Joan of Ar Arkansas"
kansas" Arkansas" and many others.

Allpress All-Star Company
A quartette of musicians well known to Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua patrons. The violin, piano, cornet, flute
and cello music will drive dull care away. There
will be whistling solos, violin conversations and
other features to entertain you. Missing this
attraction is depriving yourself of a musical
"treat"
Sheehan Concert Company
A trio of entertainers headed by JFheresa Shee Sheehan.
han. Sheehan. Clever recitations, beautifullsongs and un unusual
usual unusual violin music will make your day more en enjoyable.
joyable. enjoyable. For clean, sincere, worth-while enter entertainment
tainment entertainment these artists are unequalled

Fine Feathers

Telling you about this clever production would
rob you of many of the thrills that will be' yours
when you see the play. Do you live within your
means? The? man in this story did not and the
consequences were well, come and see if he de deserved
served deserved them. Here is a typical Broadway pro production
duction production with real actors and spdcial scenery the j
best of each.
Weltman's Famous
Cosmopolitan Orchestra j

! Entire last day is given to this4famous organiza- ;
j tion. Your favorite piece is onfthe program, also
j macn netunes. Before voulknow it your feet
j wilfroe keeping time to the music. There are
i elevm players, including an organist and op-
! erails soprano. Come Hearjthe best Chautau-
qua Orchestra, in the country.
CALA9 May (8-1
Adult Season Tickets $2.50, Including War Tax
Junior Season Tickets $1.10, Including War Tax
TICKETS ON SALE AT
THE COURT PHARMACY
THE WEIHE COMPANY. GERIG'S SPECIALTY SHOP

CALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items, j
phone five-one.
i
i
Mrs. Annie Akin is in Floral City j

Lsitin;r friends for a few days.

Mr. Robert Flinn of Jacksonville
was a visitor in the citv Mondav.

Mrs. Sarah Turtellot of Burbank is

few

usines
davs.

visitor m

the citv for a

Mrs. J. P. Brantley and children c f
Okeechobee were visitors in Ocala for
the dav.

The price on the 18-room house to-das-
is S-j:U0. 4-lt

Mrs. L. F. Moore of Frostproof is
in the city attending the horticultural
convention

Mrs. R. B. Bullock and Mrs. A. A.
Winer are in Gainesville attending the
U. D. C. convention.

Mrs. Frank Ditto and Mrs. Mamie
Fox have returned from a pleasant
visit to St. Petersburg.

Mr. West A. Keeffe has returned to
his home at Gainesville after a brief
visit in the city with his mother,
brother and sisters.

Messrs. O. B. Upwse and Robert
Murrell motored to Tampa several
dayj ago in the former's car to spend
a fovv days attending to business.

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PIANOS, BAGGAGE,

MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC.

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Phone 296

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices. If

Misses Loureen Spencer, Lucile
Gissendaner and Katherine Henry
have returned from a delightful visit
with Miss Susannah Dodge in Jacksonville.

Mrs. Van D. Sewell, Miss Nona
Sewell and Mrs. Goodwillie, of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, motored to Ocala Saturday,
were guest sof Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Galloway over Sunday and returned
home Monday.

Mrs. Clarence Phillips and children
of Jacksonville have returned home
after a short but pleasant visit with
Mrs. Phillips' mother and sister, Mrs.
J. T. Blalock and Mrs. George Taylor,
at the home of the latter.

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
Miss Lilla White of St. Augustine
will arrive in the city this afternoon
to speak to the business and profes professional
sional professional woman's club tonight and it is
hoped that every member will be pres present
ent present to hear the state president of the
professional and business woman's
club. While in town Miss White will
be the guest of Mrs. E. A. Osborne.

666 has more imitations than any
other Chill and Fever Tonic on the
market, but no one wants imitations
in medicine. They are dangerous, lu
Mrs. Fred Ball and young son and
Mrs. Ball's mother, Mrs. Oscar Nolan
arrived in Ocala yesterday afternoon
from Jacksonville to join Mr. Ball.
They will in future make this city
their home, which news will be receiv received
ed received with pleasures by their many
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ball and fam

ily have leased Miss Meta Jewett's

home on Fort King avenue.
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

Miss Agnes Burford, who is a stud student
ent student at Randolph-Macon College, at
Lynchburg, Va.. has recently been
elected president of the junior class,
which news will be received with
interest by her many friends here.
Miss Burford is one of Ocala's most
admired young ladies and this honor
bestowed upon her shows she is also
winning admiration and respect elsewhere.

The senior class of the O. H. S. this
year is one of the most popular grad graduating
uating graduating classes in some time. Last
Saturday night the juniors brilliant brilliantly
ly brilliantly complimented them with one of the
most elaborate banquets ever given in
Ocala, and now the freshmen are plan planning
ning planning to give them an entertainment
Friday evening which promises to be
a very elegant affair.
Among the shoppers on our streets
yesterday were: Miss M. E. Halford,
Eiectra; Mrs. J. J. Lilienthal, Charles Charleston,
ton, Charleston, S. C; Misses Irene and Mattie
Hogan, Fort McCoy; Mrs. W. P. Ber Berry,
ry, Berry, Oxford; Mrs. J. A. tSokes, Tampa;
Mrs. Louis H. Martin, Sparr; Misses
Estelle Young, Eva Priest and Marjie
Young. Morriston.
We are proud of the confidence doc doctors,
tors, doctors, druggists and the public have in
666 Chil! and Fever Tonic. tu

! BARGAIN IN BUICK 4 ROADSTER

Advertise and get Results

Buick "4" roadster in good shape.
Good tires. AUTO SALES CO..
Mack Taylor.
Phone :U3. Ocala, Fla. 12-tf

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

RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c. ;three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. 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
coar, between high school building and

Shady Grove road Friday. Suitable i

reward for its return to Otto Y'oung,!
or to the Star office. l-3t
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone j
146. 2-m
1
WANTED Y'oung lady to attend to!
office and keep books. Apply at New!
York Meat Market. 29-Gt
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FURNITURE, ETC. 1 buy and se'l!
efond hand furniture. Experts put it!
in good condition before re-selling.;
Rcjair sewing machines, lawn mow- j
trs. enamel ware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
;U0, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf I

AUTO SERVICE Automobiles re-!
paired, re-painted and re-covered.'
Also a complete line of gas, oils and
grease. Firestore tires. Meadows Re- j
paii Shop, 735 N. Magnolia St. 7-lm i

BRICK LAYERS WANTED Palat-j
ka new school building. Fuquay & j

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

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

WANTED To rent permanently, un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished house 4 with all modern
conveniences and in desirable neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Apply Mrs. S. J. Jones at
Colonial hotel or S. J. Jones, Ocala
Iron Works. 29-6t

FOR SALE Baby chicks two weeks
old, 25 cents; four weeks old, 30 cents.
Mrs. W. R. Miller, 508 N. Pond St. 3t

FOR SALE Tender wax beans "o
canning 10 cents a pound. Send or orders
ders orders to Otto Young, Golden Acre

Grove, Route A, Ocala, or leave at
Star office. 29-Gt
FOR SALE Good Holstein milch
cow. Three years old. See Jake Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, or call, phone 205. 30-Gt
FOR SALE Modern home of seven
rooms, pantry and bathroom. Garage
for two cars. Pleasantly located and
price reasonable. Address "Home," P.
O. Box 149, Ocala, Fla., or telephone
441. 30-Gt
FOR SALE Ford touring car. in Al
condition, large steering wheel, seat
covers, adjustable windshield, shock
absorbers and whistle. W. B. Flewel Flewel-len,
len, Flewel-len, Mcintosh, Fla. 3-2t
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms.
No. 614 E. Adams St. 3-Gt
FOR SALE Ten acres unimproved
fruit land near Bay Lake, Fla.; price
right. C. Overpeck, 1315 Champa St.,
.Denver, Colorado. 4-6t
FOR SALE Three burner gas stove
with oven. Call phone 242 or at resi residence.
dence. residence. Mrs. A. M. Perry, Herbert St.,
city. l-4t.
FOR RENT House 704 South Third
street. Apply to Dr. J. W Hood. 4-Gt
WANTED Experienced man for
grove and some farm work. Must be
absolutely reliable and capable of
running 15 acres of partly bearing
grove himself, doing cultivating,
spraying and building. Address "In "Indian
dian "Indian River," care Ocala Star. 4-2t

666 has proven it will cure malaria,
chills and fever, bilious fever, colds
and lagrippe. It kills the germs that
cause the fever. Fine tonic. tu

The price on the 18-room house to today
day today is $2310. 4-lt

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of all kinds
FLORIDA BFEF, PORK,
POULTRY, ETC.,
from
New York Market
W. Broadway
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Ocala, Fla., April 23, 1920.
The board met, pursuant to call of
the chairman, with all members pres present.
ent. present. The chairman stated that the
purpose of this meeting was to can canvass
vass canvass the returns of the bond election

held in Marion county, April 20th,

the resolution adopted by this board
at its meeting held February 24th,
1920. imereupon the board made and
signed duplicate certificates contain- ',
ing in words and figures written at
full length the whole number of votes i
cast at said election and the number I
! of votes given for bonds and the num-

ber of votes given against bonds, and

1920, and it being ascertained that 1 directed that the same be recorded by

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the returns from three precincts had

not been received, the board adjourn adjourned
ed adjourned to meet at 3 p. m. Monday, April
2Gth, 1920. C. R. Rogers. Chairman.
Attest: P. H. Nugent, Clerk, by T.
D. Lancaster Jr., Deputy Clerk.
On the 26th day of April, 1920, the
board of county commissioners of
Marion county, Floiida, convened at
the.office of said board in the Marion
county court house in Ocala, Florida,
there being present Commissioners O.

II. Rogers, R. B. MefTert, J. W. Davis
and J. A. Talton.
The board met as a county can canvassing
vassing canvassing board of election to canvass
the vote cast at the bond election held
in said county on April 20, 1920.

Thereupon the board proceeded to

the supervisor of registration in the
record of election returns, as provid provided
ed provided ty law; that one of such duplicates
be uansmitted by mail to the secre secretary
tary secretary of state and the other to the
governor of the state.
The affidavits of P--V. Leavengood,
P. V. Leavengood, Frank Harris Jr.
and Julia R. Collens, showing publi-

i cation of the resolution calling said

election and notice of said election n
the several newspapers of the county,
in the manner prescribed by law,
were received and filed. To each of
said affidavits was attached a copy i f
said notice and resolution as follows:
Notice of Election
Be it known that on the 24th day f

February, 1920, the board of county

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made solely, exclusively and entirely
from the returns of certificates of the
inspectors in each election district as
signed and filed by them with the
clerk and chairman of said board re respectively,
spectively, respectively, and in no case did the said
canvassing board change or vary in

any manner the number of votes cast

in any polling place in the county as

shown by the returns of the inspec inspectors
tors inspectors of such polling places.

The canvass of said vote being com

pleted in the manner aforesaid, the

result of said election was found and

declared to be as follows:

In Ocala precinct No. 1, the number

oi votes cast ior bonds was 4Uo,

against bonds 40; in Reddick precinct

No. 2, the number of votes cast for

bonds was 54, against bonds 8; m
Flemington precinct No. 3, the num

ber of votes cast for bands was 17,

against bonds 30; in Cotton Plant pre

cinct No. 4, the number of votes cast

for bonds was 11, against bonds 24;

In Romeo precinct No. 5, the number
of vot-s cast for bonds was 18, against

bonds 6; in Camp Izzard precinct No

5, the number of votes cast for bonds

was 1, against bonds 9; in Shady pre

cinct No. 7, the number of votes cast
for bonds was 6, against bonds 17; in

Summerfield precinct No. 8, the num

ber of votes cast for bonds was 20.

against bonds 34; in Lake Weir pre precinct
cinct precinct No. 9, the number of votes cast
for bonds was 32, against bonds, none;
in Moss Bluff precinct No. 10, the
number of votes cast for bonds was

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precinct No. 11, the number of votes
cast for bonds was 18, against bonds
31; in Salt Springs precinct No. 12
the number of votes cast for bonds
was 1, against bonds 4; in Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy precinct No. 13, the number of

votes cast for bonds was 37, against
bonds 12; in Orange Springs precinct
No. 14 the number of votes cast for
bonds was none, against bonds 12; in
Linadale precinct No. 15, no election
held; in Citra precinct No. 16, the
number of votes cast for bonds was
7, against bonds 23; in Anthony pre precinct
cinct precinct No. 17 the number of votes cast
for bonds was 30, against bonds 32;
in Martin prejeinct No. 18 the number
of votes cast for bonds was 10, against
bonds none; in Stanton precinct No.
19 the number of votes cast for bonds
was 91, against bonds none in Blitch Blitch-ton
ton Blitch-ton precinct No. 20 the number of
votes cast for bonds was 11, against
bonds 8; in Belleview precinct No. 21
the number of- votes cast for bonds
was 69, against bonds 6; in Mcintosh
precinct No. 22 the number of votes

cast for bonds was 74, against bonds

none; in Pedro precinct No. 23 the

number of votes cast for bonds was
18, against bonds 3; in Dunnellon pre precinct
cinct precinct No. 24 the number of votes cast
for bonds was 9, against bonds 76; in
Candler precinct No. 25 the number of
votes cast for bonds was 19, against
bonds, 2; in Sparr precinct No. 26 the
number of votes cast for bonds was
33, against bonds 5; in Eureka pre

cinct No. 27 the number of votes cast I

for bonds was 4, against bonds 11; in
Levon precinct No. 28 the number of
votes cast for bonds was 7, against
bonds 8; in Kendrick precinct No. 29
the number of votes cast for bonds
was 10, against bonds 13; in Martel
precinct No. 30 the number of votes
cast for bonds was 4, against bonds
27; in Fairfield precinct No. 31 the
number of votes cast for bonds was

o, against Donas o; in ueiger pre-
cinct No. 32 the number of votes cast

for bonds was 3, against bonds 15; in

tmathla precinct No. 33 the number
of votes cast for bonds was 3, against
bonds 19. Total votes cast for bonds,
1074; against bonds, 483.
Thereupon the board declared that
the result of said election was in

adopted the following resolution

Whereas, the board of county com

missioners oi Marion county, t la.,

deem it expedient and to the best in

terest of said county to issue the
county bonds of Marion county, Fla.,

for the purpose of constructing paved,

macadamized or other hard surfaced

highways; now there be it

Resolved that this board does here

by determine by this resolution to be
entered in the minutes of said board,
that the amount of bonds required for

the purpose above mentioned is the

sum of five hundred sixty thousand
(3500,000) dollars; that the rate of in interest
terest interest to be paid thereon is five per
centum per annum from the date of
said bonds, payable semi-annually,
the first interest payment being due
si months after the date of said
bonds; that the said bonds shall be
dated July 1st, 1920, and be in the
denomination of one thousand dollars
each, and shall become due and pay payable
able payable as follows:

140 of said bonds shall be due and
payable five years from their date;
200 of said bonds shall be due and
payable ten years from their date;
220 of said bonds shall be due and
payable fifteen years from their date.
Now, therefore, in pursance of the
said resolution and of a further reso

lution adopted by said board at the
same meeting, 'notice is hereby given
that an election will be held in Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, on the 20th day
of April, 1920, at which time there
shall be submitted to the legal voters
of said county the question whether
or not the bonds described in the fore foregoing
going foregoing resolution shall be issued. Said
election will be held at the several
voting places in said county where
the last geenral election was held.
Done by order of sdid board of
county commissioners.
(Seal) P. H. Nugent,
Clerk of Said Board.
The clerk was ordered to copy said
affidavits in the minutes of this

meeting, which affidavits were as fol follows:
lows: follows: Affidavit of Publication

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Mis. J. II. Taylor will entertain at
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heme in compliment to her sister-in-law,
Mrs. E. L. Scott of Birmingham.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
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fiehtinc for QUALITY not prices

Mise Isabelle Davis and IJernice
Ptpkin stopped in Ocala Sunday for
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Sc3 the Souvenir Program

State of Florida, j
Marion County ss.
I, P. V. Leavengood. certify that I
am one of the publishers of the Ocala
Weekly Star, a newspaper published
in the aforesaid county, and that the
advertisement, Notice of Election and
Resolution, a copy of which is hereto
attached, was published in said paper
in its issues of Feb. 27, Mar. 5, 12, 19,
26, Apr. 2, 9, 16, 1920.
P. V. Leavengood.
Sworn and subscribed to before me
this 27th day of April, 1920.
R. N. Dosh,
(N. P. Seal) Notary Public.
Affidavit of Publication
State of Florida,
Marion County ss.
I, P. V. Leavengood, certify that I
am one of the publishers of the Ocala
Evening Star, a newspaper published
in the aforesaid county, and that the
advertisement, Notice of Election and
Resolution, a copy of which is hereto
attached, was published in said paper
in its issues of Feb. 27, Mar. 5, 12, 19,
26. April 2, 9, 16, 1920.
P. V. Leavengood,
Sworn to and subscribed to before1

me, tms znn uay oi Apru, xvv.
(N. P. Seal) R. N. Dosh,
Notary Public.
Affidavit of Publication
State of Florida,

County of Marion ss.

favor of the issuance of the bonds of i Notice of Election and Resolution,

i said county in the amount set forth In i was published in said newspaper in

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its issues of February 27, March 5, 12,
li, 26, April 2, lf2t.
Frank Harris Jr.

Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 27th day of April, 1920.
(Clerk's Seal) P. II. Nugent, Clerk,
By f. D. Lancaster, Deputy.
An Affidavit
State of Florida,
County of Marion.
Before me, P. W. Collens, a notary
public for the state of Florida at
large, personally appeared Julia R.
Collens, who, b?ing duly sworn, de deposes
poses deposes ana sas that slie is the pub publisher
lisher publisher of the Summerfield Chronicle, a
weekly newspaper published in the
town of Summerfield, county of Mar Marion,
ion, Marion, and state of Florida, and that the
attached notice of election has been
published in said Chronicle for a per period
iod period of four consecutive weeks, begin beginning
ning beginning with the issue of March 6, 1920,
and ending with the issue of April 3,
1920. Julia R. Collens,
Publisher.
Swor nto and subscribed before me,
this the 26th day of April, A. D. 1920.
M commission expires March 18th,
1923. P. W. Collens,
(N. P. Seal) Notary Public.

Summerfield, Florida.
Thereupon Hocker & Martin, at-

i torneys for said board, were autho autho-!
! autho-! rized and directed to proceed to in in-!
! in-! stitute and carry to a conclusion such
I leeal proceedings as might be neces-

Before me personally appeared saiy to vauuaie ine m.u i.-ius u .. ..-tr
tr ..-tr l. tj-c t.. iin Kointr Hiilv rized bv said election.

sworn, says he is publisher of the j
Ocala Banner, a newspaper published j
in said county and state, and that the
advertisement hereto attached, viz:

BOYS AND GIRLS 1
The Junior Chautauqua

Wfitcfa for the announcement of the Great
Toyshop Pageant! On the night before
the bte Chautauqua opens the good times
begin Jwith the Merry Marionette Parade,
Play Festival and Ticket hunt. Get ac acquainted
quainted acquainted make ready for the five happy
days that are to follow.

AMERICA'S GREATEST CHAUTAUQUA SYSTErY

BASE IB A L L

Saturday, May 8th.
Be sure to come out to boost your hi rh school team.

Admission 35c and 25c.

Game Called 3:30

The board thereupon adjourned.

O. II. Rogers, Chairman.
Attest: P. H. Nugent, Clerk. By
T. D. Lancaster Jr., Deputy Clerk.

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