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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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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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probably showers north portion to to-night
night to-night and Friday.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY (, 1920.
VOL. 26, NO. I OS
JACKSONVILLE FLORES ABOUT !1T WORTH
ETERNAL CITY
STREAK OF GOOD
LUCK FOR SERBIA
SN'T JOYFUL
TO FIGHT
HIS NOTICE
ALIVE AGAIN

1 AIM,

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Profitable Discussion Among
Horticulturists Last Evening

Predictions that the future has mi
store for Florida a development of a
fruit by-products industry on an ex-
tensive scale were made a number of
times during the course of the pro program
gram program at last night's session of the
Florida State Horticultural Society in
the auditorium of the Woman's Club
house. The discussion of the fruit
by-products brought out a large Su Su-dience
dience Su-dience of men and women which
showed unusual interest in the talks
made. As was expected the sugar
shoitage and its effect upon preserv preserving
ing preserving of fruits in the various forms was
touched upon, but with some degree
of optimism. Florida's rapidly de developing
veloping developing sugar cane crop is looked to
for relief from the existing shortage
of sweeting, both in the form of
syrpp and of sugar, and the use of
fruits with a high sugar content is
advocated, among them the wild per persimmon
simmon persimmon and the muscadine grape, the
former in a dried form, and the latter
in the form of a syrup.
The talks last night were made by
Mr. J. W. Sample, Haines City, who J
read a paper on the subject of manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing on a commercial scale, of
drinks from citrus fruits; Mrs. C. M.
Berry of Sanford, who spoke on the
use of citrus fruits as a food, stress stressing
ing stressing their use from a health stand standpoint
point standpoint and paying high tribute to the
quality of the Florida fruits. Miss
Sarah Partridge of Tallahassee, state
canning club agent', spoke on the by byproducts
products byproducts of Florida fruits other than
citrus, and she presented an exhibit
of the products of the canning club
women and girls of the state which
was beautiful to look at. Mr. Charles
Dearing of Washington. D. C, grape
expert of the United States Depart Depart-'
' Depart-' ment of Agriculture, made a talk on
grapes and grape by-products, dwell dwelling
ing dwelling upon the muscadine and particu particularly
larly particularly on the Thomas variety. The
muscadine, as Mr. Dearing pointed
out, is a native of Florida and is found
growing wild all over the central and
northern portions of the state. Mr.
Dearing commended the muscadine to
the horticulturists as a product of
commercial development. He stated
that the muscadine grape grown m
the southeast would exceed in produc production
tion production and in the prices they bring the
grapes grown in other sections of the
United States.
Grapejuice made from muscadine
grapes by the canning club girls of
the southeast is now being introduced
on the dining cars of the Atlantic
Coast Line, Seaboard and Southern
railways.
This afternoon the members of the
horticultural society are being enter entertained
tained entertained by the people of Ocala and
Marion county. The program of en entertainment
tertainment entertainment includes a buffet luncheon
at the springs, where there will also
be music, dancing and bathing for
those who wish to enjoy it. The hor horticulturists,
ticulturists, horticulturists, the weather permitting,
will be at the springs from one to
three o'clock. At 3 o'clock they will
be taken on an automobile trip thru
the farming sections of Marion coun county.
ty. county. A number of members have ex expressed
pressed expressed a desire to see the wild or orange
ange orange groves, and it is probable that
one group of automobiles will go to
Citra for this purpose.
Tonight's session at 8 o'clock will
open with a discussion of ornamentals
and of the home garden. Mrs. W. T.
Gary of Ocala, will have a paper on
ornamentals. Tonight's session will
also be the business meeting of the
convention, with the presentation of
the reports of the various officers and
committees. The election of officers
for the new year will be held, and a
selection of the next meeting place
will be made. The committee on leg legislation
islation legislation will make its report tonight.
The 33rd annual convention of the
Florida State Horticultural Society
will come to a close with the program
arranged for tomorrow morning,
which includes among other things,
a discussion of deciduous f nits of
particular interest to the more north northern
ern northern counties in the state, Marion
county among them.
WALK AND TALK
INSTEAD OF WORK
(Associated Press)
New York, May 6 Striking marine
workers and railroad employes m
New York plan a parade tonight, ac according
cording according ,to Chairman McHugh of the
strikers' executive committee.
PRESIDENT WILSON
NOMINATES POTTER
' (Associated Press)
Washington, May President Wil Wil-&son
&son Wil-&son has nominated President Potter
"of the Carolina Clinchfield railroad to
be a member of the Interstate Com Commerce
merce Commerce Commission. 1
Fresr cream puffs and chocolate
eclairs today at Carter's Bakery. It

OUR DEAD IN FRANCE
Planning to Put a Wreath on Every
Soldier's Grave
(Associated Press)
Paris, May 6. Ambassador Wal Wallace
lace Wallace has been made honorary president
of the American Memorial Day As Association.
sociation. Association. An app.eal has been issued
for funds to carry out the plans to
place wreaths on the grave of every
American soldier.
MOVING THE GRAIN
AFTER IT'S GROWN
t asociated Press)
New Orleans, May 6. Transpor Transportation
tation Transportation and agriculture constitute to today's
day's today's urogram for the convention of
the Southern Commercial Secretaries
Association.
CASH NEEDED FOR
NEW FREIGHT CARS
(Associated Presn)
Washington, May 6 A railroad ex executive
ecutive executive has asked Congress for1 an ad additional
ditional additional billion dollars for the con construction
struction construction of freight cars.
HAVE TO RAISE THEM
TO THE LADIES
(Associated Press)
New York, May 6. A promise that
no attempt would be made to raise the
price of summer hats was made today
by 1100 made milliners -assembled
here in annual convention.
DISCUSSING PRICES WON'T
FORCE THEM DOWN
(Associated Press)
Atlantic City, May 6. The high
cost of shoes and other leather pro products
ducts products will be discussed at the annual
meeting here of the Tanners Council
of America.
JOHN W. NANCE'
Mr. John W. Nanceraged 83 years,
died at the home of Mr. J. W. Gates
in North Ocala yesterday afternoon
about 5:30 o'clock. He is survived by
an only son, Mr. J. H. Nance of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, who is an enginer on the S.
A. L. railway. The funeral services
will be held tomorrow morning at
Anthony at id o'clock and interment
will take place in the Anthony ceme cemetery.
tery. cemetery. Pyles & Perkins- are the fun funeral
eral funeral directors.
A SALE WITHIN A SALE
Among the specials for Saturday,
May 8th, at the big Closing Out Sae
will be SUSANNAH POPLINS at
$1.25 per yard. 2t B. GOLDMAN.
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con
.tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city
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outrid roons-Sreanvlkated i.5?up Cafe' k
cwtfcticA'Coiwonieri' to Everymiiv-la
heart of City Seid for Booklet
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RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and Denarture of nassenfffef
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar-
si n &d
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave
Arrive
2:15 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1 : 55 pm Jacksonville 1 :30 pm
4:05 pm
2:15 am
2:15 am
Jacksonville
Manatee Manatee-St.
St. Manatee-St. Petersburg
Tampa-Manatee
4:25 pm
2:15 am
3:85 pm
1:50 pm
1:S5 pm
4:25 pm Tampa-St. P'tersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 3:15 am
1:45 pm JTcsonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm
6-42 am J'ksonville-G'nesvile 10:13 pm
3:18 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St-Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
:25 am Dun'ellon-Lkelnd 11:03 pa
3:25 pm Homcsassa 1:30 pr
10:13 pm Leesburg 6:42 ar
4:45 pm Gainesville 1 1:50 air
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.

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Census Leaves Her Estimate of Pop Population
ulation Population About Twenty Thou Thousand
sand Thousand Shy

(Associated Press)
Washington, May 6. The Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville census gives that city a popula population
tion population of 91,543, an increase of 33,844,
or 58.7 per cent.
AMERICANS IN THE NEAR EAST
Ordered Into Tiflis and Other Fortifi-
ed Cities to Escape
Anarchists
(Associated Press)
Batum, Caucasia, May 6. All Am American
erican American relief workers in the near east
have been ordered into Tiflis for safe safety.
ty. safety. There is danger of all of the Cau Caucasus
casus Caucasus turning bolsheviki.
PUT BUILDINGS UNDER
GUARD IN PROVIDENCE
(Associated Press)
Providence, R. I.. May 6. Federal
agents guard the old custom house
and federal building as a result of a
warning that an attempt might be
made to blow it up.
CONFERENCE DISCUSSES
COUNTRY CHURCHES
Associated Press.
Atlantic City, May 6. Discussings
the findings of the rural survey de department,
partment, department, the Interchurch World
Movement opened here today, at attended
tended attended by 100 delegates representing
every state of the Union.
DEMOCRATIC DELEGATES
GATHER FOR DISCUSSION
(Associated Press)
Albany, May 6. Democratic dele delegates
gates delegates to the San Francisco convention
from New York are gathering here
today for a conference. Indications
point to a fight being made against
the unit rule and the inclusion of a
wet plank in the platform.
MORE BUSINESS
FOR MISSISSIPPI
Hattiesburg, Miss., May 6. The
Hercules Powder Company of Dela
ware has purchased 100 acres and
eased 100,000 more as the first step
toward establishing a factory for the
extraction of turpentine and pine oil
from pine stumps.
NOTICE TO ALL CANDIDATES
Statements will have to be filed in
the clerk's office in accordance with
the following dates to insure name
being placed on primary ballot.
First Statement : Between the 9th
and 14th day of May, 1920, both dates
inclusive.
Second Statement: Between the
27th and 31st day of May, 1920, both
dates inclusive.
Third Statement: Between the 9th
and 18th day of June, 1920, both dates
inclusive.
Oath, receipt for committee as
sessment and payment of filing fee:
On or before the 19th day of May,
1920.
Unless the above is observed candi
dates will not be placed on ticket.
Board of County Commissioners, Mar-
,rion County, Florida,
By O. H. Rogers, Chairman.
A SALE WITHIN A SALE
Besides the other hundreds of bar
gains now being offered in our big
Closing Out Sale, we will have as a
special for Saturday, May 8th, eight
pieces of TAFFETA and MESALINE
SILKS at only $1.80 per yard as long
as they last. 2t B. GOLDMAN.
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You will have mauy a thrill when you see "Fine Feathers," that great New York pla. which .touches. upon the high cost of living and wWch will
be presented as the bis feature attraction of the Community Chautauqua. This high class production has everything In It to make It a $2.00 attraction

from the best Broadway players to the special sets of scenery yet it
will Include such well known acton as Edwin Cushman, who was for

Ole" : Bernlce Parker." who was
CoDDerhead
This big all-professional play

gigantic religious pagpant, "The Wayfarer," with a cast of three thousand

In Chicago. It Is the play that made jNew York think.

Mexican Revolutionist About to At Attack
tack Attack the Port of Mazat-lan

(Associated Press
Nogales, Ariz., May 6. General
Flores, the Sinaloa revolutionary com commander,
mander, commander, will attack the port of Mazat
lap. in a few days, according to Amer Americans
icans Americans arriving here.
ANSON ALTERS HIS IDEAS
Had Beter Told a Lie at First and
Then Stuck to It
(Associated Press)
Pontiac, Mich., May 6 Anson Best,
on the stand today in his own trial
charged with the murder of Mis
Vera Schneider, testified he had never
sen the girl until he was asked by
the officers to look at her body.
EMIGRATION LAWS
NEED AMENDING
(Associated Press)
Washington, May 6. The Senate
immigration committee is consider considering
ing considering immediate amendment of the im immigration
migration immigration laws, following the ruling
of Secretary of Labor Wilson that
membership in the communist ? labor
party alone was insufficient to cause
deportation of aliens.
WANT BEER AND WINE
(Associated Press)
New Haven, May 6. Revision cf
the Volstead law so as to permit tne
sale of light wine and beer is favored
by the Connecticut democratic con convention
vention convention in session here.
SHpRT SHRIFT
(Associated Press)
Lynchburg, Va., May 6. Joe Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, the negro who yesterday pled
guilty to shooting Policeman Mann,
was sentenced to be electrocuted July
7th.
HEAVY CHARGE
MADE BY HEALY
(Associated Press)
Washington, May 6. President
Healy of the firemen and oilers, to today
day today charged before the railroad labor
board that a "high government offic official"
ial" official" had been used in "despicable pro propaganda
paganda propaganda against labor."
WATSON WITHDRAWS
Tallahassee, May 5. Hon. John W.
Watson of Miami today telegraphed
to Secretary of State Crawford from
Bunnell, announcing his withdrawal
from the race for the nomination for
governor in the democratic primary
of June 8. This announcement was
made public here tonight. Tampa
Tribune.
RUMMAGE
A1F persons who have promised
mmage to the cemetery associa association
tion association are requested to deliver it at Mrs.
Perdue's residence on Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, or notify her and she will send
for it on Friday afternoon or Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning. Please remember. 3t
A SALE WITHIN A SALE
Besides the other hundreds of bar bargains
gains bargains now being offered in our big
Closing Out Sale, we will have as a
special for Saturday, May 8th, eight
pieces of TAFFETA and MESALINE
SILKS at only $1.80 per yard as long
as they last. 2t B. GOLDMAN.
SEEDS
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
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FEATHERS"

last season with Alice Brady in "Forever After", and Frederick Smith, who

was produced by Mr. rercival Vivian,

Ridiculous Message of American Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen to the British
Government

(Associated Press)
London, May 6. -Premier Lloyd
I George will not take cognizance of
the message of American congress congressmen
men congressmen relative to Ireland.
COIN WANDERING
ABOUT THE COUNTRY
Mr. Burleson's Mail Service Thinks
Little of Over a
Blillion
(Associated Press i
Atlanta, May 6. A shipment of
$1,050,000 from the Sixth Federal Re
serve. Bank to the branch in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, recently went astray but was
finally delivered safety, the postal au authorities
thorities authorities announcde today.
CALIFORNIA DEARLY
LOVES A DEMAGOGUE
(Associated Press)
San Francisco, May 6. Belated re returns
turns returns from the presidential primary
have increased Senator Johnson's lead
to 156,000 votes over Herbert Hoover.
ANNUAL MEETING
MARION COUNTY POST
AMERICAN LEGION
The annual meeting of Marion
County Post No. 1 of the American
Legion will be held in the Board of
Trade room, Ocala, Wednesday night,
May 12, at 8 o'clock. The meeting is
one of the most important that the
post has yet held. In addition to elect electing
ing electing officers for the new year, there is
the nation-wide push for new mem members,
bers, members, during May,17-22 in which this
post must play its part. A full de detail
tail detail working plan for the membership
will arrive from national headquar headquarters
ters headquarters within the next few days. A
number of important bulletins have
been received which must have the at attention
tention attention of the post. One of these re relates
lates relates to memorial day exercises, and
the decoration of the graves of fallen
comrades in Europe.
The state convention of the Ameri American
can American Legion will be held in Tampa m
June, 'and it is hoped that it can be
made a reunion of all the service men
in the state.
SUMMERFIELD
Summerfield, May 5. Miss Maudie
Fant of Morriston is the guest this
week of her brother, Mr. J. W, Fant
Jr. of this place.
Mrs. Charles Taylor and daughter
are spending a few days in Plant
City with Mrs. Taylor's aunt, Mrs. W.
J. Akins.
Miss Lillie Brown left Friday for
Pltnt City.
Mr. J. T. Laveigne and daughters
of Oxford were shoppers in our city
Tuesday.
Mrs. McLane of Winter Haven is
visiting the Timmons family this
week. She is assisting Mrs. Timmons
in nursing Mr. Timmons, who is af afflicted
flicted afflicted with paarlysis.
Mr. George Condrey and Mr.
Nathan Mayo were Jacksonville vis visiters
iters visiters this week.
An informal reception was held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Da Davis,
vis, Davis, honoring their guest, Miss Mon Monica
ica Monica Branch, Monday night. Those at attending
tending attending were Misses Monica Branch,
Blanche Moody, Sallie Ledbetter, Lacy
Timmons, and Messrs. Jake Ledbetter
and Bennie Timmons. All report hav having
ing having spent a very pleasant evening.
Mrs. Grace Shunk who has been
visiting her mother and fathers, Mr.
and Mrs. Shivvers for the past six
weeks, will return to her home in
Tulsa, Okla.. Monday.

FINE FEATHERS"

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may be seen for 20 cents on tU season
three seasons with William Faversham
one of the most successful directors in
people. Fine Feuthers" ran six months

Council of the League of Nations will
Meet in the Ancient Empire's
Capital

(Associated Press)
Washington, May 6. A full pro program
gram program awaits the attention of the
council of the League of Nations due
to assemble in Rome Friday. An out outline
line outline received here shows the first
steps will be ttken towards carrying
out the provisions of the league cove covenant
nant covenant such as international disarga disarga-ment
ment disarga-ment and publication of all treaties
entered into by the members of the
league, plans for the first meeting of
the league assembly and the admis admission
sion admission of new members.
CHAUTAUQUA OPENS
THIS AFTERNOON
The Community Chautauqua opens
this afternoon at 4 o'clock, in the big
brown tent at the east end of Broad Broadway.
way. Broadway. The attractions for today are
the Boston Light Opera Revue, pre presented
sented presented by a group of six young la ladies,
dies, ladies, who will present a musical pro program
gram program both afternoon and evening. To Tonight's
night's Tonight's program, at 8:30, will include
a lecture by Albert Edward Wiggam.
The superintendent announces that
the entertainment will start prompt promptly
ly promptly at the hours announced, and it is
requested that every one be in their
seats a little ahead of time.
Mr. N. Earle Pinney, vice president
of the Community Chautauqua Inc.,
and Mr. B. D. McCormack, field
superintendent, are here for the open opening
ing opening of the 1920 season. Mr. Pinnay
will be here several days.
The sale of season tickets is still
short. Those attending the perform performances
ances performances this afternoon and tonight who
find the quality of the entertainment
all that is promised will still Have an
opportunity to save money by buying
a season ticket for the remaining
days. Some one has started a rumor
to the effect that thera has been a re reduction
duction reduction in the cost of .the season tick tickets.
ets. tickets. There ,is nothing to this. The
season tickets remain $2.50 for adults
and $1.10 for juniors. If the neces necessary
sary necessary number of season tickets is not
sold the guarantors will have to make
up the difference. It is believed that
this will not be necessary, however,
as the quality of the performances
this afternoon and tonight is expected
to bring about an increase in the sale
of tickets.
It should be remembered that the
hours for the performances have been
changed from those announced on the
rotogravure program. The afternoon
performances will begin at 4 o'clock,
and the night performances at 8:30,
except Sunday when the night per performance
formance performance will be at 8:45.
The Boston Light Opera Revue will
include "hits" from the newest and
brightest light opera and musical
comedies, including Fritz Keisler's
"Apple Blossoms." The program of
the six young ladies includes both
vocal and instrumental music. Mr.
Albert Edward Wiggam, who will
give one of his two great lectures,
"How Eli Got There'' or "Forty Kinds
of Fools," is a scientist and editor of
note, and on the lecture staff of Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia University, the University of
Wisconsin and other great educational
institutions.
The program for tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon and night will be given by the
Allpress All-Star Company, a quar quartet
tet quartet of instrumentalists, and tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night's program will include a
lecture on South America by Dr. J.'
W. Skinner, who has explored the
whole of Peru, Chile, Argentina and
a large part of Brazil.
A SALE WITHIN A SALE
Among the specials for Saturday,
May 8th, at the big Closing Out Sale
will be SUSANNAH POPLINS at
$1.25 per yard. 2t B. GOLDMAN.
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ticket plan. The cast of the characters
and played last winter In The Better
played with Lionel Barrymore la TM
New York City. He recently staged that
straight in rew xort ana tnree monins

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Crome Deposits to Supply the World
Found in the Battered Little
Kingdom

(Associated Ptpmi
Belgrade, May 6. Crome deposits
sufficient to meet the world's de demands
mands demands have been discovered in Ser Serbia,
bia, Serbia, the American advisory commit
tea to the Jugo-Slavia government government-announces.
announces. government-announces.
JUDGE HOLMES UPHELD
LEVER, FOOD LAW
(Associated Pr-
Jackson, Miss., May 6. Federal
Judge Holmes in a decision rendered
here today, upheld the constitution constitution-ality
ality constitution-ality of the Lever food law.
LOCAL LEGISLATION'
The city council met Tuesday night
with all members present. The meet meet-ins
ins meet-ins was called to order by President
Mclver, and the minutes of last rptr-
ular meeting read and approved.
Petition from the Woman's Cluh
reouesting that all owners of proper property
ty property abutting on streets of the
which are to be hard surfaced be "re "required
quired "required to lay and connect all water,
sewer and gas pipes from the streit
mains to all occupied and vacant lots
along such streets and to require the
gas company to lay its mains under,
such streets before the paving is put
down was read and upon motion of
Mrt Goldman, was accepted and order
ed complied with.
Communication, from the board of
rade relative to the DroDosed bond
issue read rind filed for information.
Request of R. L. Carter for side
walk grade abutting his property on
Tuscawilla street was read and it was
he sense of the council that Mr. Car Carer
er Carer conform to the grade of. sidewalk
adjacent his lot.
Statement from H. S. Minshall'that
warrant No. 50702 for $12.75 on sewer
bond fund had been paid to him and
statement from Marion Hardware Co.
hat warrant No. 50949 for $18.40 on
sewer bond fund had been naid were
considered and it was ordered that
said statements be used as vouchers
or said warrants as the warrants
had been misplaced
The clerk was instructed to wire
he Ideal Advertising Co. that the
six trash containers had been received
and placed.
Suggestion of Burford. Hall &
Smith that the city order five barrels
of lubricating oil for the new turbine
generator was referred to Citv Man
ager McKenzie.
Petition of R. L. Anderson reauest-
ing the cancellation of tax certificate
No. 140 sale of Sept. 6th. 1897. No.

360, sale of July 4th, 1898, No. 302,
sale of Sept. 3, 1900. the said certifi

cates purporting to cover property
recently sold by Mrs. M. J. Roess to
n. Al. Hampton was referred to city
attorney for report, upon motion of
Mr. uoidman.
Oscar Johnson appeared before the
board in regard to cow that was kill
ed by the falling of a hieh tension
wire. The president appointed spec
ial committee consisting of Messrs.
Goldman, Winer and Simmons to in investigate
vestigate investigate the matter and report to the
council at next meeting.
Petition from A. C. Rackard. L J.
Jones and others for lieht at corner
of North Orange and Ailred streets
was referred to the head of the de
partment of public service and city
manager.
The street paving report was read-
and accepted upon motion of Council
man Winer. It appears elsewhere.
It was ordered that the city attor
ney and mayor take up matter with
the A. C. L. and S. A. L. railroads and
have, street crossings put in cood
condition.
An ordinance regulatins the wirincr
of buildings for electricity and impos
ing a penalty for violation of such
regulations was introduced by Coun
cilman Simmons, placed on first read
ing and referred to the head of the
department of justice.
Approved bills were ordered paid.
Council thereupon proceeded with
the election of officers for the ensuing
year. H. C. Sistrunk was declared
elected as clerk and assessor of taxe3
of the city of Ocala: W. W. Clyatt
was declared elected city treasurer
and tax collector; J. W. Akin was de-
dared elected plumbing and sanitary
inspector; F. R. Hocker was declared
elected as city attorney, there being
no other applications for said posi
tions.
The election of chief of. police and
chief of fire department was post postponed.
poned. postponed. An ordinance to encourage prompt
payment of city taxes having, been re returned
turned returned by the head of department cf
justice approved was placed upon sec second
ond second reading, read and adopted by sec
tions, placed upon third and final
reading, read by title and adopted -upon
roll call, all members voting
yea.
City Health Officer Watt submitted
monthly report which was read and
accepted.
Council thereupon adjourned until
netx regular meeting,
FORDS FOR SALEy-A Ford torrirg.
car, good condition, also a Ford light
delivery truck. Apply to Carroll
Motors Co Ocala. 6-4 1



OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, MAY 6. 1920

C A LA EVE1IIE STAR

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STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
QF OCALA, FLA.

It. It. Carroll, I'reldent
LravrnKund, Secret ary-Traurer
J. II. Itenjnmln, Kdltor

the palm of your hand. It does kill a
lot of obnoxious and dangerous ani animals,
mals, animals, reptiles and insects. It would
be bad policy to fence a tenth of this
big state and leave the rest to the
snakes. Settlement and cultivation
will solve the problem better than
legislation.

JOHN S. BEARD FOR
THE SUPREME BENCH

ijuLciciJ at Ocala.,
"trcond-cla.ss matter.

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Bloom of the Lakeland Star, re reprinting
printing reprinting from the Tampa Tribune the
story of theFletcher-Catts debate at
Wakulla, bemoans the fact that he

has not Catts' side of the story. Well, j quests coming

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Legal advertisements. at legal rates.

Fifteen hours Miami to New -York
via seaplane. What country has
beaten it?

Circuit court meets next Monday,
and -1t is supposed that it will last
three weeks.
Alas for Debs he arid his martyr martyrdom
dom martyrdom seem about, forgotten by his
brother radicals.

It used to be said "it takes seven
tailors-to make a man," but now any
one tailor can keep seven men half-broke.

Van Swearingen says he has no dis dispute
pute dispute with Dr. Hully. We should
think not. Dr. Hulley is the bast
little helper fewearingen has.

Weary of radicalism," fanaticism
and factionalism, the democrats of
the state are turning to Cary Hardee
as a dependable man and a conser conservative
vative conservative statesman.

The Palm Beach Pos is back on
our exchange list, and between Ear Ear-man's
man's Ear-man's inimitable utterances, Conk Conk-ling's
ling's Conk-ling's classics and Thorn's Bright
Thoughts, we are comfortable again.

We are glad John Talton is run running
ning running for another term as county com commissioner.
missioner. commissioner. Johnny has done fine work
as commissioner, helper on the Marion
county fair and worker for good
roads. It will be to the interest of the
people to givi him another term.
One of the greatest wastes the navy
department was ever guilty of was in
usrng the costly wireless equipment
of a battleship to enable Secretary
Daniels to make a speech to the peo peo-(n!e
(n!e peo-(n!e on shore. Burleson's slow mail is

"fast enough for anything Daniels hasl

to say.
That story from the Tampa 'Tri 'Tribune,
bune, 'Tribune, about the battle inthe swamp
between revenue officers and moon moonshiners,
shiners, moonshiners, which resulted in one moon moonshiner
shiner moonshiner being killed and another crip

pled for; life, and their costly outfit
smashed to pieces, is one that Marion
county moonshiners should read with
close attention. It is what they all

have coming to them if they ptrsist

in their accursed business.

Bloom, tnere is no reason wny yoar
little tin god shouldn't "give you his
side. The state of Florida is paying
h'm $500 a month, in return for which
he does nothing but run around the

state and ask the people to give him

a still better job, and he could for the

sum of not more than $40 had both
speeches taken down by a stenograph stenographer,
er, stenographer, and then at least a thousand cop copies
ies copies printed and sent out to all the
newspapers in the state. They would
have been a day or two late, but if
yere had been any merit in thcrn
they would have got there all the
same. If Mr. Catts had employed a
conscientious stenographer, we doubt
that there would have been much dif difference
ference difference in the accounts. There were
several thousand prominent Floridians

present at the picnic, and we don't
think the Times-Union and the Tri Tribune
bune Tribune would have dared to have snt
out a garbled account, even if they

j had desired to do so, which we doubt.

Catts has been telling that bunch of
roorbacks on Fletcher for several
months, and either the senator or his
friends have refuted and exposed the

L unreasonableness of them all. The

fact is that when Catts goes out on
his political circuit, he talks like a
mixture of FalstafF and Munchausen,
nd no man of common sense and
ordinary information is going to be
deluded by his statements.

The Star this morning received a

ton of white paper, which with the
freight on it cost over $300. That is
over 15 cents a pound. The white
paper in your daily Star, regular
four-jage, six-column size, before any

work is done on it, costs almost a
cent; if it is seven-column it costs a
full cent. The paper in the eight eight-page
page eight-page weekly Star 'costs nearly a cent
and a half, and the sixteen page paper
we are sending out this week costs

nearly three cents. The paper that
arrived this morning had to be paid
for before we could get it. And it

takes five men, one 'woman, and five

boys to get the news, set the type, do

the printing and get the pape into
the hands of the subscribers or the

posloffice. The payroll on this paper is

over $200 a week. Then it has to pay

for ink, oil, gas, electric current,
taxes and a dozen other things. So
p'ease don't think we are unreason unreasonable
able unreasonable if we ask you to pay up prompt promptly.
ly. promptly. We have to have the money or

juit printing.
The "popular citizen" of Vero who
. 4 i

is wearing trousers maae irom xer-

tilizer sacks, at a cost of six cents per
pair, is not likely. to start a "run" on

that material for clothing purposes

but he snay be required to- spend a
great many cents for scents that will

permit him to mingle in polite socie

ty. Times-Union.

There is a brand of commercial

fertilizer that has an aromatic odor

that is bv no means unnleasant. At

least, it offends a healthy nose less

th5n some of the 'rank perfumes that
a "eood' manv women drench them

selves with.

Pensacola, May 6. John S. Beard
of Pensacola, for years one of the
most prominent attorneys in West
Florida, and considered one of the au authorities
thorities authorities in this state on constitution constitutional
al constitutional law, has decided to become a can candidate
didate candidate for nomination to the supreme
court of Florida. Many members of
the bar have urged Mr. Beard to per permit
mit permit the use of his name, these re-

not only from West

Florida, but from all sections of the
state.
Mr. Beard is a 'native Floridian,
having been born in Tallahassee six sixty
ty sixty years ago, and has been actively
engaged in the practice of law since

1880. In announcing his decision to
become a candidate, Mr. Beard today
said:
"I shall not make a canvass of the
state. A candidate for justice of the
supreme- court can have neither a
platform nor policy. The law making
department of the government deter determines
mines determines the policy of the laws and the
duty of the judge is to interpret and
construe those laws, as he finds them
honestly, fearlessly, without fear kt
prejudice and with such intelligence

and ability as God has blessed him

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

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

PLAN OF STREET PAVING

The council, with the approval of
the mayor, unanimously decided to
adept the following plan of street

paving to be done subject to the result i
of the bond election: I

RATES Six line

timp. 2.c. tthree times. 50c

75c.; one month $3. Payable in ad
varce.

A heavy type of permanent paving
! (lVs to 2 inches wearing surface) will
! be liad on the following streets:
i N. Magnolia St. from the city limits I

times me uiitA. jiving.

WANTED A first class auto me mechanic
chanic mechanic for new establishment in Ocala.
A good proposition for the right man.
Must be competent to take charge of
plant. All correspondence confidential.
If you mean business apply to "Op-

portunity," care Evening Sta. 4-6t
IhADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone

your orders to Smoak's shop.
14G. 2-m

Phone

FURNITURE, ETC. i buy and seTl
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
.10, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf

AUTO SERVICE Automobiles re-

Having this conception of the hi?hj Paired, re-painted and re-covered,
and solemn functions and resDonsi- I Also a complete line of gas, oils and

bilities of the judiciary, I submit my
candidacy."
UNCLE BILLY ACCEPTS

Juliette, Fla May 4.
Editor Star: I accept Mr. L. S.
Light's challenge. Please get the
data in regard to the place, time, etc.,
from tiim. I have suggested Ocala
as the place. Very 'truly,
W. J. Folks.

grease. Firestore tires. Meadows Re Re-pah
pah Re-pah Shop, 735 N. Magnolia St. 7-lm

DATES FOR THE CANDIDATES

There, is one thing that advocates

of no-fence and opponents of burning

the woods off had better take into

consideration, and that it when they
shut all the hogs up in pastures and

never allow a forest fire, rattlesnakes,

polecats and other "varmint" are go

ing to increase to an uncomfortable
extent. Fire the razorback hog and
man are about the 'only things that
can get the best of a rattlesnake and

man will miss his allies if he abolisnes
them. There is too much emphasis
laid on the forest fires, anyhow. Fire
seldom kill green trees; if, it -did the
state of Florida would be as'bare as

The candidates will gather to ad

dress the people of the county at the

'allowing places on the dates named:
Mcintosh, Saturday May 15th at 3

o'clock in the afternoon.

Fairfield, Friday, May 28, at which

place an all-day picnic will be held.

SCHOOL NOTES

The Rogers-Wilson Company has

done good work for the town this
week in that splendid double-window
display at its offices on East Broad

way street. The vegetable display we

have already spoken of, and it has

kept fresh all -week, the vegetables

growing as lflsh and green as in the

ground they sprouted from. The other

window was filled Monday with

beautiful display of flowers and orna ornamental
mental ornamental plants, bost becomingly ar arrayed
rayed arrayed and the combination has won
the pleased attention of all who pass

ed during the week.

A large number of our people have
gone out to Romeo, to attend the pic picnic
nic picnic today. It will be a large-sized
and enjoyable occasion if the weather
clerk doesn't butt in. Romeo will be
the first place in Marion county to
have an airplane at its picnic.

We wish to announce that the clos

ing exercises of the primary school

will take place next Saturday morn morning
ing morning at 9 o'clock. Patrons are cordially

invited.

The North Ocala school will close

Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.

The closing exercises of the eighth

grade will be held next Monday
morning at 10 o'clock in the Temple
theater. A more detailed announce announcement
ment announcement will be macTe later. Patron s'and

friends are cordially invited to these
eexreises.

The high school will not assemble

until 12:45 o'clock on that day, bat
the pupils of the grades must meet in

their room Nsat nine o'clock as usual
to answer roll call and to receivt their
report cards.

P. H. Hensley, Principal.

WANTED About ten pullets, five or
six months. Either White Leghorns or
Rhode Isfand Reds preferred. Ad Address
dress Address P. O. Box 234, Ocala. 6-3t
FOR RENT One light housekeeping
apartment, all modern conveniences.
Apply to Oklawaha Inn, 239 Oklawa Oklawa-ha
ha Oklawa-ha avenue. Phone 507. 5-3t

WANTED R&oms for light house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping in desirable neighborhood.

Apply R. W., care Star. 5-6t

LOST Tuesday afternoon one $10

bill. Lost between Episcopal church
and O. K. Grocery by way of Temple
theater and probably there. Receive
reward by returning to Miss Jess De De-honOcala.
honOcala. De-honOcala. 5-3t
FOR RENT Six rooms of two-story
residence: all moHern conveniences.

Close in. Address P. O. Box 609. 5-6t

N. Main St. from Washington St. to

Mn St. t

Oklawaha avenue from Osceola St.
to Silver Springs road.
The Dixie Highway route from
Fort King avenue to the city limits
or. the south.

A lighter type of permanent paving

(3i-inch to 1-inch wearing surface) i
will be laid on the following streets: j
W. Broadway or Exposition St. j

irom the old city limits to the brick
paving on Broadway.
Academy St. from W. Broadway St.

to Howard Academy.

P:ne St. from W. Bradvvay St. to

Third St.

Third St. from Pine St. to Herbert

St

South Magnolia St. from Fort King

avenue to Eighth St.

Eighth St. from Lime St. to Lake
Weir avenue.
Orange St. from Eighth St. to the
hospital.
Lime St. from Third St. to Tenth St.
Dunnellon road from Lime St. to
the old city limits.
Washington St. from Magnolia St.
to Watula St.
Watula St. from Oklawaha avenae
to Adams St.
Adams St. from Watula St. to Tus Tus-cawilla
cawilla Tus-cawilla St.
Tuscawilla St. from Adams St. to
Oklawaha avenue.
Tuscawilla St. from Oklawaha ave avenue
nue avenue to Eighth St.
.Anthony road from Oklawaha ave avenue
nue avenue to Hill street.
Fifth St. from Tuscawilla St. to

Herbert St.
May St. from Main St. to Magnolia
St.
All of the paving proposed will be
done under the supervision of a com

petent engineer and adcordmg to

grades to be established.

By order of the city council. This

the 5th day of May, 1920.
tf H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.

and Easter lilies
Phone 10G. 5-4t

FLOWERS Roses
for Mother's Day.

1
FOR RENT Desirable offices or stor storage
age storage space on second floor of the Mer Merchants'
chants' Merchants' block R. R. Carroll. Agt. 5Ct

A SALE WITHIN A SALE

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

On Saturday, May 8th', one of the
specials for out big Closing Out Sale

will be SILK VOILES in white; rose,

lit'ht blue, dark blue and black for

only 90 cents per yard.
0-2t B. GOLDMAN.

STORE FOR RENT

The store room in the Merchants'
.lock now occupied by Pillans &

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

SEEDS!

ANTHONY

f

Picnic supplies must be fresh
and seasonable to be appreciated
on your outing.
We make a specially ol picnic eat-
ables all the good substantial stand stand-bys
bys stand-bys and the greatest abundance of
dainties that you'll find in town.
Bring us yourorder we'll fill it
most temptingly.

Anthony, May 5. Mr. Albert Grif

fin of Ocala was in Anthony Monday.

Mr. A. M. Bushong and family have
recently moved back to Anthony from
Fort Meade. They are at present oc occupying
cupying occupying the Daniels home.
Mrs. Ed Carmichael of Ocala spent
several days last week in Anthony
as the guest of her sister, Mrs. N. B.
Plummer.
Messrs. A. EL. Moore and R. R. Rus Russell
sell Russell returned from Steen last week.
Mr. H. H. Gates of Gainesville spent
several days at the home of his par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gates, this
week.
Mrs. McCarey of Orlando came
Monday and will visit her sister, Mrs.
B. F. Mims for a while.
A number of young people enjoyed
a picnic supper at Silver Springs Sat

urday night.- They were chaperoned
by Mrs. C. W. Turner.
Mrs. B. F. Mims received the sad
news last week of the murder of her
brother, Mr. George Prices, who lived
near Jacksonville. Mr. Price once
resided in Anthony and his many
friends learn of his death with much
regret, and extend their sympathy to
hi srelatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wiley and little
son, J. R. of Weirsdale, spent Sunday
at the home of Mrs. Wiley's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Russell. Master
J. R. Wiley will remain with his
grandparents this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thomas and Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Pasteur of Sparr were
in Anthony Sunday.
Mrs. I. C. Kendrick returned Mon

day from a short visit td relatives in
Sparr
Misses Lillian and Bernice Russell
came home Sunday after a pleasant
visit to their sister, Mrs. J. L. Wiley
of Weirsdale.
Mr. E. C. Sims was a visitor in
Ocala Saturday.
Mr. Elbert Shealy was in Anthony
a few days this week, visiting relatives.

FOR SALE 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 "Home," P.
O. Box 149, Ocala, Fla., or telephone
441. 30-6t

FOR RENT Three furnished rooms.
No. 614 E. Adams St. 3-6t

FOR SALE Ten acres unimproved
fruit land near Bay Lake, Fla.; price
right. C. Overpeck, 1315 Champa St.,
Dexiver, Colorado. 4-6t

FOR RENT House 704 South Third
street. Apply to Dr. J. W Hood. 4-6t

WANTED Experienced mn 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. AAi

q1Hc. Mothers' Day, May 9th.
'SJ:h. Think of mnthpr this

v
. month. Maybe new eyes

see' (glasses) would add to
'.Wfc her happiness.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optpmetrrst and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

NOTICE

Of Sale by

of Personal

Executrix

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 Mjyr, 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 cash, one hundred and
twenty-four shares of the capital
stock of LORRAINE TURPENTINE
COMPANY, a corporation incorporat-

rea and existine. 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

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

WE SELL
f ertilizers, Moss, Cotton and
Cotton Seed Meal, Hay, Pea Peanuts,
nuts, Peanuts, Goobers, Chufas,
Field Peas, Velvet
Beans, Etc.
ALL FRESH GOODS
WE BUY
Chickens and Eggs, Potatoes,
Onions, Corn and in fact any anything
thing anything the farmer4 may have for
sale.
WE PAY CASH for every everything
thing everything we .buy and demand cash
for everything we sell. Come
on and let's do business.
OCALA EXCHANGE
AND HIDE COMPANY
PHONE 400 OCALA, FLA.

Ninety day and old fashion velvet

beans, chufas. cow peas and sorghum

seed. Ocala Seed Store, nhone 435. tf

'.' m
mm. in k (pis
1 oranpesf
( TnTo) M MS

f:1 vJf5riM Jifht;3s

After a game in the torrid sun what joy in
icy-cold, sparkling .Ward's pr:;r. Crush!
Pure as it is tempting!

As a lemon drink, Wt.-J's Lemon Lemon-Crush
Crush Lemon-Crush is equally pure sud delicious
The exclusive Ward grocer blends
the oil of freshlypicl 1 or;xnvTes or
Jemons with btr:t ,: -r auJ citric
acid (the natural uJiJt oi citrua fruits).

: in bottles or at fountains
Prepared by Ornr-Crub Co., CtucasV
BOTTLING WORKS
OCALA COCA-COLA
SmdfyrAm hoc. "Tks SJor cOn0-Onukr

V v;""-

The price on the 18-room house to

day is $2290. 6-lt I

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This line o' type is placed here to remind you that advertising pays.

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TM -Bakery Will Be Ctosei

To ThK Pofolic

Call Five One Nine
The Old Reliable
Quick Delivery
Steak 35c.
Loin Steak 40-45c
Pork Chops 35c.
Roast '. 30c.
Big Roast 25c.
Stew 15c.
Fish, Oysters and Seasoning
Green Groceries
J. D. Bawkins
111 WEST BROADWAY

Timnrsdilaiy. aifflKi IFrMay
May 6fh and 711hi,
Uiudergjoliugj (General Repairs.

ON SATUMPAY.
We will be AT HOME to our many
friends and customers. A cordial .invitation
is extended to all. Refreshments will be serv served.
ed. served. Bring the kiddies.
From 2 p. m. to 5:30 p. m.

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9
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY MAY 6, 1920

OCAU OCCURRENCES
3IRS. SCOTT HONORED
One of the most infrmal and'enjo and'enjo-able
able and'enjo-able affairs of the season was the
pretty auction party yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon given by Mrs. J. H. Taylor at
her home on Fort King avenue, in
compliment to her sister-in-law, Mrs.
E. L. Scott of Birmingham. Ala.
There were five tables of players,
the tables being placed in the differ different
ent different rooms, which were opened en
suite. The rooms were made attractive
with quantities of flowers. For two
hours the ever fascinating game of
auction was happily indulged in, after
which the players were joined by fif fifteen
teen fifteen or twenty other guests who came
to enjoy the social hour during which
refreshments were served and enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed Mrs. Taylor was assisted in serv serving
ing serving a delectable caerm course with
mints and almonds by her mother,
Mrs. G. S. Scott and Mrs. W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Misses Mamie Taylor, Meta
Jewett and Mary McDowell. Also as assisting
sisting assisting Mrs. Taylor were her two
small nieces, Misess aKthleen Scott
and Martha Taylor, who were as
sweet and dainty as little fairies aad
were much admired by all the guests.
The honoree has on her few visits
to Ocala made scores of friends, who
are always delighted at having the
opportunity to be with her and this
pretty courtesy to her yesterday af afforded
forded afforded much pleasure to old and new
acquaintances.
MEETING OF BUSINESS WOMEN
quite a few of the members present
and matters of importance were dis discussed.
cussed. discussed. Delegates were elected to
attend the State Federation of Wom Women's
en's Women's Clubs, which will meet in Tampa
beginning May 24th. By the next
meeting the club will be in its own
room and a committee was-appointed
to make arrangements for its furnish furnishings.
ings. furnishings. When this room is complete it
will be one of the most comfortable
and attractive club rooms in the city.
The price on the 18-room house to today
day today is $2290. 6-lt
If you have any society items,
phone five-one.
Mrs. J. "A. Stokes of Tampa was a
visitor in the city this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Ross of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville are spending a few days in
th city.
0. H. vs JPMattka
Saturday, May 8th.
Be suYe to come out to boost your high school team.
Admission 35c and 25c. Game Called 3:30
Tuesday evening at the library the
business and professional woman's
club held a very interesting and pro profitable
fitable profitable business session. There were
Mrs. George Pasteur and Miss
Souter of Anthony were shoppers in
town this morning.
Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter and
daughter, Alice of Oxford, spent the
day in town this morning combining
business with pleasure.

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The Brunswick Tire
is here to stay!
Mark that down! ;
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remain constant and
high just as has
been the case with
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every Brunswick
product since 1845.
, This 75 year old
habit of "making the
best" means much to
motorists as applied
to Brunswick Tires.
One is enough to
convince you.
It's up to you to say
when.
Local Distributors
BLALOCK BROTHERS

VULCANIZING
Phone 178
Cor. Ocklawaha Ave. and Main
Ocala, Fla.

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W. R. PEDRICK

A G E N C Y

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

GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES

Exclusive Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Mo. Guarantee
EUHiFiD An Up-to-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
PHONE 271
Ocala - Florida

Maxwell House coffee will be ?erved
free atvthe horticultural luncheon Dt
Silver Springs Thursday, 12 to 3
o'clock. Ross says try Maxwell House.
There will be plenty for all. 2t

The new garbage cans, which thn
city has allowed an advertising firm
to nut onjhe sidewalks, are a gi eit
improvement on the old ones.
Misses Alyne M$sh and Florence

rasieur oi Aninony. Mrs. n. u. r.ey- i

nokis. Lynne, Mrs. E. E. Keed and
Mrs. H. H. Reed of Wehf-dale, were
well known visitors in town this
morning.

Don't fail to visit the Guaranty-'
Clothing & Shoe Company. Eve r

thin;: we sell Is guaranteed. We'
fight int: for QUAI-.ITV- not pricp.s.

Mrs. Lester Lucas returned yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon from a pleasant visit
in Jacksonville with relatives. She
was accompanied by Mastc Rossic
Mcntc, who will be the bright j'uest
of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
E. Yonge for an indefinite time.
Give your feet a chance to help you
alonig in the world. If they trouble
you in any way have them examined
free. M. M. Little, graduate practi practi-pedist.
pedist. practi-pedist. 15-tf
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Yothers,
prominent Orlando residents, are in
the city attending the horticultural
convention. Mrs. Yothers as Miss
Ada Bumby visited in Ocala. some
years ago and made many friends,
who are always pleased to have her
return for a visit.

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Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Taylor, Mr. and
Mrs. G. S. Scott and Dr. and Mrs. E.
L. Scott and two daughters of Bir Birmingham,
mingham, Birmingham, Ala.; expect to motor to
Daytona Beach the latter part of the
week to spend several days there. Dr.
and Mrs. Scott will likely leave from
there for their home in Birmingham.
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-
At a social meeting of the C. C. C.
Club of Jort Meade, Saturday, at the
home of Miss Belle Keller, Miss Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy May Wade was elected critic of
the club. Miss Wade formerly resid resided
ed resided here and is the adopted daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, E. L. Wade. Mr. Wade
is city clerk of Fort Meade. Miss

Wade will be remembered here by her

friends as Miss Mary Fraser.
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FAIRFIELD

Fairfield, May 3. Mr. and Mrs. H.

Gatrell Jr. were made happy over the
arrival of a fine little son, which was

born to them last Wednesday morn

ing. The little fellow weighed 10A

pounds. He has been given the name

of Henry Frederick. 0

Messrs. L. R. and J. L. Mack of

Micanopy and Mr. Charlie Smoak of

the Wacahoota section, were visitors

here Saturday night and Sunday. The

Messrs. Mack's sister, Mrs. Allie

Yongue and children, accompanied

hem home and will be their guests

for a while.

The many friends of Rev. Rogers,

the Methodist minister, are glad to
know that Mrs. Rogers, who has been

quite sick for some time, is a great
deal better now, and sincerely hope

she will continue to improve.

Miss Bertha Dunning of iMcanopy,

was a caller here Sunday afternoon

Messrs. D. M. Kinard and G. D.

Howell attended preaching at Orange

Lake Sunday morning.

CALVARY

Calvary, May -5. Mr. and Mrs. M

J. Morrison went to see Mrs. Moi-

rison's afther, Mr. Lafayette Miller

who was thrown by his horse last

Tuesday a week ago. They report he

is improving. We hope he will soon

be well again.

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morrison were

business callers in Ocala Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Buhl and chil
dren were in Ocala Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Smith and little

Audrey were visiting Mrs. Smith's

parents and brother and family Sun

day evening.

Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison went

to Majtel Sunday.

Misses Lottie. Dollie and Jessie

Morrison were in Calvary Sunday

eveenmg, visiting their parents, Mr

and Mrs. J. W. Morrison, and their

brother, M. J. Morrison and family.

Mr. Earl Crosby was a caller tn
Mr. M. J. Morrison Sunday evening.
We are sorry to report that Mr. B.
F. Garrett is quite sick and hope he
will soon be better.
Mr. J. W. Morrison and Mr. A. On
Smith were in the Gaiter settlement
Sunday.
Mr. L. L. Horne was a business vis visitor
itor visitor to Ocala Saturday.
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To Whom It May Concern:
This is to certify that I have dis disposed
posed disposed of my interests in the New
York Meat Market to Spiro Messon Messon-legetis.
legetis. Messon-legetis. All accounts are payable to
him. Nick Sakiotis.
Ocala, Fla., April 29. 1920. 4t-thur
Girl wanted, at Kindt's music store.

AM absolutely going out of the dry goods business and intend to close out entirely during this sale
my entire stocks of dry goods, cjothmg and shoes. After this sale I shall handle FURNITURE
exclusively. In offering this sale I am giving prices that the people undoubtedly will appreciate.
Everything in below mentioned lines will be reduced or sold out comDletelv. All vard goods on

sale at greatest reductions you haveeen in years. It will most assuredly pay you to attend this

great bargain event.

MEN'S AND BOYSf SUITS
Many values in Worsted, Serges, Palm Beaches,
Beach Cloths, Alpacas, etc., at Closing Out
Prices.
Silk Shirts for meri at quit business'prices.
$6.50 SATINETTE SHIRTS $4.98
A heavy shirt, splendid wearer, launders ex excellently.
cellently. excellently. In plain, pink, Javender, yellow,
green or white, $6.50 values $4.98
' Men's Soft Shirts $1.49
Splendid quality, cool and comfortable, the kind
a man likes. Extra special . $1.49

$3.50 STYLISH MADRAS SHIRTS 2.89
New Spring Patterns, splendid quality, $3.50
values at . $2.89
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS 49c.
Good quality, Spring weight Nainsook, cool crepe,
durable mercerized stripes, made for long wear,
all sizes, choice . 49c
$1.50 BOYS' NAINSOOK UNION SUITS 98c
Barred Nainsook of good strong quality, with
elastic waist band, $1.50 values at . 98c
NIGHT SHIRTS $1.19
Cool and pleasing, very soft finish, well made,
only $1.19
MEN'S UNION SUITS $1.25
Those 'durable, elastic back kind that insure
comfort and satisfaction, only . $1.25
A large stock of Hats, Panamas, Straws and
Felts at closing out prices.
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS. EACH 65c
Poros Knit the genuine article and guaranteed,
per garment ... 65c

SfEN'S DRAWERS 98c
Good durable, soft finish drill. Elastic sides,
well made, all sizes . 98c
COLLARS ONLY 9c
Don't fail to see this lot of collars. You will find
something to suit you sure. They are worth to 25c
$1.75 CAPS AT 51.49
Cashmere plaids and plain colors. Nobby styles
for young men.
UP TO $1.50 VALUES, 98c
Hats for little fellows. Strawfelt or. cloth. A
good selection.
GOOD BELTS AT 19c
feather or healthful, vibrating adjustable for
men or boys.
. IDE COLLARS 4 FOR 95c
PANTS AT QUIT BUSINESS PRICES
The very best of Serges 'and Worsteds. Stock
large, full run of sizes, prices right.
Overalls and Jumpers at $1.98. Our heaviest
and best quality of that famous fast color, blue
denims. Work pants for $2.19. The strong and
stay-with-you kind. Khaki cloth, double
stitched seams. Made far service.
Jumpers, extra special, 1.50. Heavy weight
brown denim, heavier than shirt but cooler abd
more durable.
Blouses at 69c, 4 to 12 year sizes. Dark
colors, blue and striped cheviots.
$5 Knickerbockers at $&39. Blue Serge and
all wool. The kind that look well and wear in indefinitely.
definitely. indefinitely. Boys' fine suits at $9.50. Genuine Palm Beach
in the new and popular colors, soft green ana
mixed brown.

SKIRT BARGAINS
A large assortment.. All wool Jerseys, serges and Beach
Cloths, accordian pleated.. Silks and Poplins in latest styles and
serviceable colors. Prices are very low.
$6.00 BLOUSES AT $3.98
100 Georgette Blouses, daintily trimmed, and fashioned in the
smartest styles. Colors that will suit the most fastidious.
PRETTY SHIRT WAISTS AT $2.19
Well made of. serviceable Voiles, latest styles trimmed in baby
Irish lace that gives a richness of appearance so much desired
on those soft white materials.
MORE PRETTY WAISTS AT $1.39
Voiles and Lawns, pretty embroidered collars, tucked and plain
fronts. To add to your summer comfort and satisfaction a half
dozen of these wouldn't be too many.
SKIRTS FOR ONLY $1.98
White wash Skirts of good materials. They launder nicely.
Only a limited quantity.
BUNGALOW APRONS ONLY $1.19.
Made of fast color striped Ginghams. A wonderful garment
at this price.

CHILDREN'S DRESSES ..
Excellent quality, fast color Ginghams. Newest styles, well
made and prices are right.
SPECIAL BARGAIN TABLE
On this table you will find Shoes, Stockings, Hats, Underwear
and many odds and ends of various lines. Yoa will be -astonished
at the remarkable values on this table.
BEAUTIFUL DRESSES AT $11.4?4
Adorable Voiles, beruffled and draped, modeled to enhance the
beauty of the slim, youthful figure. Dresses for street wear in
the prettiest flowered and figures voiles.
A DANDY GRAPHOPHONE, $15.00
We have a special cash deal on this instrument. Come and
see it. k
$95.00 GRAPHOPHONE AT $65.00
This instrument is in a handsome cabinet and a rare bargain.
Be sure'and see it.
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Easy Walkers on sale at 69 cents.
150-yard. Spool of Coats Thread, each 7 cents.
Ladies' pretty striped Skirts at $1.00.
72x90 Seamed Sheets at $1.39.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, MAY 6. 1920

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PROBLEMS FACING
A STRICKEN WORLD

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America have only a faint, uncertain,
vuue Idea of the country. Czar Nich Nicholas,
olas, Nicholas, the last of the self-proclaimed au autocrats,
tocrats, autocrats, was monarch of 8,600,000
square miles, one-sixth of the entire
land surface of the earth. The great
Kussian empire Is spread over part ?f
two continents, Europe and A.sia. It is
almost ntirely confined to the cold
and temperate zones.
Three seas hound it on the north
White, Ilarents and Kara of the arctic ;
the seas of Hering, Okhotsh and Japan
of the northern Pacific bound it on the
east. The Baltic sea, the gulfs of
Bothnia and Finland limit it on the
northwest; two sinuous lines of land
front separate it respectively from
Sweden and Norway on the northwest,
and from Prussia, Austria and Rou Rou-mania
mania Rou-mania on the west On the south and
east the frontier has changed frequent frequently,
ly, frequently, according to the expansion and con contraction
traction contraction of the empire under the pres pressure
sure pressure of political exigency and expedi expediency.
ency. expediency. The Black sea Is the princi principal
pal principal demarcating feature on the south
of European 'Russia. On the west side
of that sea the south frontier touches
the Danube for some 120 miles; on the
east side of the same sea it zigzags
from the Black sea to the Caspian,
utilizing the river Aras for part of
the distance. As the Caspian is vir virtually
tually virtually a Russian sea, Persia may be
said to form the next link In the south southern
ern southern boundary of the Russian empire,
followed by Afghanistan. On the Pamirs,-
Russia has since 1885 been co coterminous
terminous coterminous with British India, but the
boundary then swings away north
round Chinese Turkestan, and the
north side of Mongolia, and since 1905
It has skirted the north of Manchuria,
being separated from it by the river
Amur.
The total length of the frontier line
of the Russian empire by land Is
2,800 miles In Europe and nearly 10, 10,-000
000 10,-000 miles In Asia, and by sea, over
11,000 miles in Europe and between
19,000 and 20,000 miles in Asia a
frontier of 68,000 miles. '
Empire's Vast Population.
The population of the "empire, ac according
cording according to the 1915 census, was esti estimated
mated estimated at 182,182,600. According to the
same census this population was dis distributed
tributed distributed as follows: In European Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, 131,790,800; In Poland, 12,125,000;
In Caucasus, 13,125,000; In Siberia, 12, 12,-337,900;
337,900; 12,-337,900; In the central Asian provinces.
11,125,000; Finland, 3,125,000.
Over 80 per cent of the people of
Russia are peasants. The land Is their
problem. It means home to them
work, life. Their one dream has been
to own the land. Land ownership is
their definition of freedom, their Idea
of happiness.
The Russian peasant has been a

stranger In his own country. The
man who tills the soil and lives on the
land and yet never owns an acre of
It is a foreigner, even though his
forbears may have been native to the
country for centuries. The Russians
have felt this; they are simple, home home-loving
loving home-loving people. Frpra the conversations
I have had with Russians of the peas peasant
ant peasant class I believe that they have suf suffered
fered suffered more because they never had a
chance to. own their own homes, their
own farms, than from the denial to
them of political freedom.' The land
question Is a -heart question, a hearth
question to them. t
Crime in Land Distribution.
Some idea of the land crime in Rus Russia
sia Russia is told in the startling figures show showing
ing showing the actual distribution of arable
land, forests and meadows in Euro European
pean European Russia. The following table Is
only one count in the indictment:
European Russia.

Arable land 301,435,000
Meadows and pastures 185,498.000
Forests 452,162.000
Uncultivated 220,279,000

Percent Percentage
age Percentage 26
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1,159,364,000 100
This land-n European Russia was
divided among thedifferent classes of
owners as follows :
Per-
cent-

Acres age
400.S16.000 35
446.657.000 38
245,835.000 21
66,056,000 5

State and imperial family.
Peasants
Private owners, towns, etc.
Unfit .for cultivation

1.159,364.000 100
The condition of the peasants prior
to the revolution, according to official
documents, appears to be as follows:
"In the 12 central governments they
grow, on the average, sufficient rye for
bread for only 200 days in the year,
often for only J80 and 100 days."
One-quarter of the, people have re-"
ceived allotments of only 2.9 acres per
male, one-half ofr them less than 8.5
to 11.4 acres the normal size of the
allotment necessary to feed and main maintain
tain maintain a family being estimated at 2S
,to c: acres. Therefore the peasants
(were compelled to rent land from the
landlords at fabulous prices. The
aggregate value of the redemption and

land taxes often reached 185 to 250

per cent of the normal value of the
allotment, not to speak of the taxes

for recruiting, the churches, roads and

local administration, chiefly levied

from the peasants. The peasants have
sunk deeper into debt every year. The
scheme was a quicksand the harder

they worked ,and struggled the deeper
Into debt they fell. Increasing arrears
have driven one-fifth of the Inhabit

ants from their houses. Every year
more than half the adult males (in
some districts three-quarters of the
men and one-third of the women) are
forced to quit their homes and wan

der throughout Russia in search of

work. In the governments of the
black earth region the state of mat matters
ters matters is hardly better.
The phrase "class distinction" was
more than rhetoric In Russia it was
part of the chains, It handcuffed des destiny,
tiny, destiny, bolted the door of opportunity.
The great mass of the people, 81.6
per cent peasants; 1.0 per cent made
up the nobility ; 9 per cent the
clergy; 9.3 per cent the, burghers
and merchants; 6.1 per cent the mili military;
tary; military; thus 147000,000 of the Russians
were peasants. ;
The slavery in Russia consecrated
by law in 1609 was partly abolished
In 1861. The Act only pretended to
liberate the serfs. Even under the

Dest landlords conditions continued to
be terrible. Household servants or de dependents
pendents dependents attached t the personal serv service
ice service of their .masters were re released.
leased. released. They joined the town pro proletariat.
letariat. proletariat. The peasants were given al allotments
lotments allotments of arable land. These al allotments
lotments allotments were not given to the indi individuals,
viduals, individuals, they were given over to the

rural commune called the Mir, which

was made responsible as a whole for
the pavment of allotments. It was a

Bort of land communism, except that
the title did not pass even to the Mirs.
The enormous charge against the land

made them tenant serfs. The Mir
was a mortgaged community. The re redemption
demption redemption charge was not calculated
on the value of the land, but was con considered
sidered considered as payment for the loss of the

compulsory labor of the serfs. The

enslavement of the peasant was rec

ognized Jn the Act which pretended

emancipation.
Peasants Systematically Cheated.
Many proprietors of land saw to it
that the allotments did not give the
peasants the needed pasture lands
around their homes. This craftily cal calculated
culated calculated scheme compelled the peasants
to rent pasture land from the land landlords
lords landlords at any price. The landlords
held them up.
It was only as late as 1904 that the
landlord was forbidden by law to in inflict
flict inflict corporal punishment on the peas peasant.
ant. peasant. Even this law was winked at
and the practice of treating human
plaves as brutes treat tired domestic
animals, continued. The peasant was
a chattel and the cheapest farm fix fixture.
ture. fixture. There were plenty of peasants.
Notwithstanding the barbaric life In
Russia, the population continued to
crow.

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WESTERN MEAST
of all kinds
FLORIDA BFfcF, PORK,
POULTRY, ETC.,
from
New York Market
W. Broadway
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Contractor

Phone 446. 728 Weaon St.

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

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Ford Repairs a Specialty

Gasoline1 Oils Gireastev

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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE.
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC.

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Pluoee 296

HUNTER'S AUTO EXCHANGE

ADDS PROTECTION
AND STYLE
To your car if .we make that
new auto top for you. The be3t
of materials and the most skill skill-ful
ful skill-ful workmanship result in pro producing
ducing producing a car top that is the
equal of any made anywhere, it
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.
UPHOLSTERING We are prepared to give you satisfactory ser service
vice service in upholstering backs, seats or cushions.
TIRES, TUBES, GAS and OILS

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YOU C;N ENJOY IT YOURSELF OR SELL TO ADVANTAGE.

AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED

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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 S2290
If interested see me at once
FRANK W. DITTO
Real Estate Ocala, Fla.

LATEST LOCALS
Temperature this morning, 63; this
afternoon, 81.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mayo of Sum Sum-merfield,
merfield, Sum-merfield, were in the city .today.

i Mr. and Mrs. J. Wade Dumas have
I rented Dr. Ayer's bungalow and will
I mcve into it about June 1.

Fre

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cream

puffs and chocolate

eclairs today at Carter's Bakery, lt.
Mrs." R. L. Clyburn and daughter, '.
Mfs. Adkins of Summerfield, were
well known visitors in town yesterday.
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The price on the 18-room house to-
day is $2290. 6-lt t

Remarkable Gems
Discovered

New Gems 'Are Near Approach to
Genuine Diamonds"
In appearance and by every test,
Carbonite Gems are so much like
Diamonds that even an expert can
hardly tell the difference. To intro introduce
duce introduce these beautiful Gems into every
locality, we will absolutely and posi positively
tively positively send them out free and on trial
for ten days' wear. These Gems are
set in gold-filled diamond mountings,
fo both ladies and gentlemen. To
take advantage of this wonderful o'f o'f-fer
fer o'f-fer you must act quickly as only 5000
will be given out on this plan. Send
us this ad. and your name and address
(no money) and a strip of paper that
just meets around the second joint of
th ring finger. We will send ring by
Parcel Post, prepaid; when, it comes,
merely deposit $3.8J3 with the Post Postman,
man, Postman, wear it anywhere you go for ten
whole days and if you, or any of your
friends can tell it from a Diamond,
send it back' your deposit will be re refunded
funded refunded instantly, but if you decide to
keep it :it's gpours there's t nothing
more to pay; Send .today, so 'you will
be sure to get one on this plan. Ad Address
dress Address the Taylor-Wrigktwell Co., 20
East Jackson Blvd., Chicago. Adv.

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Health

About

Gone

Many thousands ol
women suffering from
womanljr tr6uble, have
been benefited by the use
of Cardui, the woman's
tonic, according to letters
we receive, similar to this
one from Mrs. Z.V. Spell,
ofHayne. N. a "I could
not stand on my feet, and
just suffered terribly,"
she says. "As my suf suffering
fering suffering was so great, and
he had tried other reme remedies,
dies, remedies, Dr. i had us
get Cardui. I began
improving, and it cured
me. know, and "my
doctor knows, what Car Cardui
dui Cardui did for me, for my
nerves and health were

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TAKE

The county judge has issued a mar marriage
riage marriage license to Mr. V. V. Leggett.
.and Miss Effie R. Delia Mae Strickland.

Judge Williams "has returned from
a visit to his daughter, Miss Polly,
teacher in tne Woman's College at
Tallahassee.

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
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Our high school baseball team will
play Palatka at Hunter Park Satur
day afternoon. Be sure and go and
give the boys proper encouragement.
Messrs. J. J. and Albert Gerig, W.
T.i Gary, Arthur Davies and H. R. De De-hon
hon De-hon will go tomorrow to Paaltka, to
help organize d Rotary Club for the
Gem City.
. Mr. W. J. McGehee, the successful
salesman for the Ford tractor handled
by the Ford Garage of this city, left,
this morning for the picnic at Romeo,
and no doubt he and Pilot Johnson
wer the first to arrive as they made
the trip by airplane.
Fresr cream puffs and chocolate
eclairs today at Carter's Bakery. It

A Tribute to Mother

Mrs.

May 9th, 1920
To the dear good mothers
who still Unger with us a"
spray of stalely, graceful
Easter Lilies, in their snow
white purity, will bring a ray
of sunshine and will be a
lovely tribute to the mothers
who have gone.
' Order from

George L.

18 North Wqtula Street.

Taylp

The Star -was in error a few days
ago in announcing the sentence in
Judge Smith's court of John Hale, for
having illicit liquor in his possession.
Hale was fined $200 and given three
months in jail, with an additional six
months if he did not pay the fine. ;
The Star sincerely regrets to hear
o fthe death of Edith, the little daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Luff man,
who live near Oak. Mclver & Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay today sent out a casket for the
little girl, who will be laid to rest to

morrow morning in the Anthony -j

cemetery. s. :
A SALE WITHIN A SALE

On Saturday, May 8th, one of the
specials for out big Closing Out Sale
will be SILK VOILES in white, rose,
light blue, dark blue and black for
only 90 ents per yard.
6-2t ., 4 B.GOLDMAN.

Dixie MlgHiway (Garage
JAMES ENGESSER, "Proprietor T .
121 YV. Broadway phone 238 -Qcala, Florida

Ford, Repairs a Specialty
We Use Genuine frord Parts in Our Ford Cars
Arco and Diamond Tires and Tubes

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Gasoline, Oils and Grease'

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NOTICE
All single tickets purchased for the
Gainesville ball game will be good
for game with Palatka Saturday, May.
8th. only. O. H. S. Baseball Club.

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

, OF TRAINS IN OCALA

SEED

Ine Woman o Ionic

She writes further
am in splendid health ...
can do my work. I feel I
owe it to Cardui, for I was
la dreadful condition."
1! you are nervous, run rundown
down rundown and weak, or suffer
from headache, backache,
etc, '' every month, try
Cardui. -Thousands of
women praise this medi medicine
cine medicine for the good it. has
done them, and many
physicians who have used
Cardui successfully with
their women patients, for
years, endorse this medi medicine.
cine. medicine. Think what it means
to be in splendid health,
like ?Mrs. Spell. Give
Cardui a trial.

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All Druggists

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Seaboard Air Line -Arrive
from Jacksonville.. 2:09a.m.

Leave for Tampa ,. 2:10a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. 1:30 p. m.
Leave for Tampa 1:50 p. w
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 4:24 p. xn
Leave for, Tampa 4:25 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 2:14 a.m.
Leave for 'Jacksonville. . 2:15 a. m.
Arrive from Tampa 1:35 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:04 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 4:05-p.m.

Atlantie Soast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:14 a.jn.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:15a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. .10:12 p. m.
Leave, for Leesburg 10:13 p. m.
Arrive from Zt. Petersburg 2:11a.m.
Leave vfor Jacksonville,... 2:12 a.m.'
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. . 1:45 p. m.
Arrive from Leesburg.... 6:41a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. . 6:42 a. m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25p.m.

Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p. m.i

Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday . . 1 1 :50 a. m.
Leave-for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday 4:45 p.m.
Leave for Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p.m.
Leave for Wilcox, Lrlonday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Arrive from Wilcox,, Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Wednesday, Friday. 6:45 p.m.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E.S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons W. M.
Mr3,. Susan Cook, Secretary.

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Just received, two car loads of var var-ious
ious var-ious kinds of peas such as Clay,
Whippor will, New? Era, White Crow Crow-der.
der. Crow-der. Purple Hull- White, Georgia
White Special, Little Virginia Black Black-eye.
eye. Black-eye. Clay and WhipporwilL We take
this method of making this announce announce-.ment
.ment announce-.ment as we feel sure that on account
of the scarcity of peas this season,
"this announcement will provfe of in-
t
terest to those who 'desire to purchase
peas for the coming season as well
as the- Ocala Exchange and Hide
Company, which will fill alf orders
promptly, the same day received. Cash
or money order Should accompany
all orders.

tela Mmnie life C

Wholesale and Retail Dealcrsn
SEED, FERTILIZERS, HIDES, WOOL, FURS,
EGGS," POULTRY, TALLOW, WAtf, SACKS.

R.

A. M. CHAPTER No. 13

Regular convocations, of JLhe Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M.. on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m. -H.
S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

P. O. BOX CCC

, STAR JOB

DEPARTMENT

PHONE 51

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LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS,'
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.

WE NEVER DISAPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE.

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