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OGALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1920.
VOL 6, NO. 137
NG OF TIE
County Candidates Addressed the
Voters Saturday Night
in the Courthouse
Saturday night the primary cam campaign
paign campaign was brought to a close, so far
as the speaking goes, with the meet meeting
ing meeting of the county candidates in Ocala.
The candidates were scheduled to
-address the people from the band bandstand,
stand, bandstand, but shortly after the meeting
had been opened by the chairman, Mr.
D. Niel Feriruson. and Mr. W. W.
Stripling and C. W. Hunter had made
their speeches, the weather became 0
threatening that the meeting was an an-journed
journed an-journed to the courtroom, where the
other candidates had their say. (
Mr. Stripling, for tax collector, was
the first speaker, and having no op opposition
position opposition he merely thanked the peo people
ple people for the-compliment thus paid him
and declared that he would try to so
conduct his office for the ensuing
term as to add to the' good opinion
apparently held by the voters of his
Candidates for sheriff were next
called on. Mr. S. C. M. Thomas,
Oca la's popular city marshal, has the
record of making the shortest speech
of any of the candidates, which con consists
sists consists of a bow of the head and the an announcement
nouncement announcement that he is a candidite
for sheriff, and the expressed desire
for the support of the voters. He
was received with applause. Mr. D.
T. Sherouse, his opponent, was not in
the audience at the time, but later in
the evening addressed the audience
and made his plea for the suffrage of
the voters in nearly as brief a talk
as that of Mr. Thomas. He was also
given a good hand.
Then came the legislative candi candidates.
dates. candidates. C. W. Hunter was first and
told the people that he had not in intended
tended intended asking for the honor of -representing
Marion in the legislature, but
at the solicitation of friends and the
business men of the county has con consented
sented consented to make the race, in the desire
to be of what- service he could. Mr.
Hunter stated that he did not wish
to appear boastful of his accomplishments-
since becoming a citizen of
Ocala some fifteen years ago, but that
in order to demonstrate that he was
a man possessed of the ability to get
results, he would point out some of the
things he had done, not by himself
entirely, but through his instrumen instrumentality
tality instrumentality in getting together a "bunch of
live ones' to do those things. He
mentioned the city health ordinance,
'which lie' introduced'.. &nd:-:has7pTbven
of such' untold : merit; ::; the J ."Marlon
- Cotmty Fair, which 'he 'said was civ its
last legs until he,-. Nathan Mayo juid
others took hold Gf it. That : it "is not
cut' of debt and in a fair way to' be become
come become a permanent institution cf last lasting
ing lasting worth. Also ths baseball diamond,
which was built by Mr. Hunter and ia
c.il:,:A Hunter Park in his tenor. Ilr.
llur.tcrVj speech was well, receive J.
Ilext L. S. Lilit, who sail ha
tn 1 1 eta a candidate for rcprc:.?ji
tativc s even tin; ci l.r Tcr hiLrj df
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ana see that it was really and truly
dead this time.
Mr. A. C. Blowers, the last man in
the legislative group, stated that st
this time in the history of the world,
as at no other period, capable men
were needed to represent the people
in the halls of Congress and he was
of the opinion that Florida should by
all means return Mr. Fletcher to the
Senate. He then took up the article
appearing in tne last issue of the
Banner, signed "Ocala," and stated
that as he considered it a reflection mii
him he desired to call attention to the
face that tho' he lived jast outside the
city limits, he was as much an Ocalan
as any man; he paid taxes here, sent
his children to our publh schools, was
a member of the board of trade, and
on its board of governors, was the
largest user of power generated at
the city plant, and took a raw product
from the county and manufactured it
into a finished article that brought
into the financial channels of our
city and county some $40,000 a year.
Mr. Blowers said he was a member
of one of Ocala's churches, a leader in
its Sunday school and a member of
local fraternal societies. He stated his
position on the joint resolution to be:
That the resolution was passed by
a former legislature and was not a
matter for which he could be held
responsible; that if the people in vot
ing on it in November should vote in
its favor, he would understand that
he should uphold it, but if the state as
a whole voted for the resolution and
Marion county voted against it, he
would oppose it.
Mr. Nathan Mayo, who has no op opposition
position opposition and will be one of our repre representatives
sentatives representatives in the next legislature,
thanked the people for the confidence
shown in him, and stated that no mat matter.
ter. matter. which of the other candidates was
elected they would work in harmony
to uphold the hands of old Marion in
the legislature. v
For county judge, Mr. L. E. Futch
merely made his announcement in
substantially the same words used in
his card appearing in the Star thru thru-out
out thru-out the campaign. Mr. W. A. Jeff Jeff-coat,
coat, Jeff-coat, his opponent, used his full ten
minutes time, and made quite a good
speech. He told of his early man manhood,
hood, manhood, having taught school two years
in South Carolina prior to coming to
Marion county. Said that he landed
at Martel and entered the turpentine
business, kept store, studied at night,
mastered bookkeeping, kept books for
eight years; studied at night, was
admitted to the bar, had practiced law
for several years and was now serv serving
ing serving as" justice of ihepeace in the
Ocala district. That he felt his record
entitled him to a promotion and he
asked the people to elect him to the
office of county judge as r the next
step forward in his profession. He
told why he was a democrat and
gave his qualifications for the office,
declaring that he would, if elected
deal cut justice to .rich and poor alike;
had the backbond to mads decisions
and would say ye3 whin necessary and
no when the occasion -.demanded it.
Mr. JefTccat's speech was well receiv received
ed received and he acquitted himself com com-mcndably.
mcndably. com-mcndably. . v
For tax assessor. !tr. T7. C. Credle
cf Anthony was tha first speaker. Mr.
CredJa did "not cuke- a lengthy talk,
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Supreme Court has Knocked the Last
Prop from Under the Hopes
of the Wets
Washington, June 7. The prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition amendment was held constitu constitutional
tional constitutional today by the supreme court.
The court also held the prohibition en enforcement
forcement enforcement act constitutional. The
court dismissed petitions filed by
Rhode Island and New Jersey to have
federal officials enjoined from enforc enforcing
ing enforcing prohibition in those states. In Injunctions
junctions Injunctions restraining prohibitions
from interfering with certain brewers
in the manufacture of beer were dis dissolved
solved dissolved by the court.
RETURNS FROM THE
Results Seem Very Much Mixed, but
Majority Socialists Appear
to be in the Lead
Berlin, June 7. The majority so socialists
cialists socialists elected thirty-four seats in
the first republican reichstag, accord according
ing according to the latest returns from yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's election. The independent so so-cic
cic so-cic lists will hold twenty-four seats;
the German people's party twenty twenty-five;
five; twenty-five; the democrats sixteen; the Ger German
man German nationalists fifteen; the center center-ists
ists center-ists fourteen and the communists two.
TURKS GIVEN MORE TIME
And What Times is Not Given Them
by Allies They Probably
" Paris, June 7. Turkey has been
given fifteen days extension in which
to reply to the peace terms presented
by the allied nations. The reply tm tm-der
der tm-der the new arrangement is due June,
SPA CONFERENCE JULY 6
June 21 is Too Early for the Tape Tape-V
V Tape-V Wound Diplomats to Assemble
v. Their Documents
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Paris, June 7. Postponement of the
allied German conference scheduled
at Spa for June 21 is considered cer certain
tain certain on account of the inability of of officials
ficials officials to prepare material for dis discussion
cussion discussion by them, and it is indicated
the conference will be held
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After his Address to the Voters this
Evening, Ocala's Favorite for Gov Governor
ernor Governor Will See the Graduating Ex Exercises.
ercises. Exercises. The arrangements for Mr. Hardee
here this evening is that he is to
speak to the voters at the bandstand
if the weather reforms, and in the
courtroom if it does not. Mr. Hardee
wip begin to speak at 7:45, and all are
requested to be on hand at that time.
At the close of his address, Mr. Har Hardee,
dee, Hardee, by special invitation will go to
the Temple, where a place on the
stage will be reserved for him. The
political meeting and the graduating
exercises are not to conflict. Mr.
Hardee will have his talk out, and the
school exercises will not wait for him:
he will go to the Temple as an invited
guest and not as a candidate.
The oemmencement exercises will
begin at 8:30, and as usual will he
VIRTUE OF OPPOSITION.
It Is a good thing that men do not
all think the same way about things.
If they did. this would be a' very
dull, drab world. Indeed, It would be
a world of slow. If any, progress.
Muscles are at their best only when
they are used regularly In testing
exercises or In physical effort of one
sort or another Minds grow listless
and flabby If they do not frequently
hare Jousts with 'other minds whose
processes are different." It certainly
Is a good thing thai there Is more
than one political party'to a, country.
Two or more parties make for prog progress.,
ress., progress., for keeping out of ruts, for bring bringing
ing bringing out the best there Is In the : par parties
ties parties Explosives gain their, force
largely because of th opposition that
la. presented to thc:ri ; The bullet of
the old rlfl-or Rhftj'-nn nsM fn pn
Harder and farther when the powder
was tamped la the barreC Nature
thrives on antagonisms, says Minneap Minneapolis
olis Minneapolis Tribune. The glory of any kind
of art- refers 4ack-io -trard ..irark re required
quired required to overcome dLQcultles of exe execution.
cution. execution. v It Is true of music, painting,
sculpture and literature. Both the
artist and the artisan develop because
-of -the resistance which their; genius
cr talents encounter.
Fir.o in good condition for rent
fcr cue year if properly vcared f or.:
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Ttemendous Nine-Ring Aggregation
of the Republicans Opens
Chicago, June 7. The immense of
the republican convention, which be begins
gins begins at noon tomorrow, apparently
woiked today to further becloud in instead
stead instead of clarify the question of who
would be the nominee for president.
Wood, Lowden and Johnson sup supporters
porters supporters are working hard for an ad advantage
vantage advantage and all are claiming gains
as the balance of the uninstructed del delegate
egate delegate arrive, but the best claims for
any of these amounted to little more
than one-fourth of the total delegates'
strengt hon the first ballot and it
takes a majority to nominate.
With the prospects of a deadlock
becoming better hourly, the favorite
sons and dark horse possibilities In Increased
creased Increased their activity and further
complicated the situation. The out outlook
look outlook also helped to enliven the squab squabble
ble squabble over contested convention seats
and the struggle over the permanent
organization of the convention. At
least some and possibly all of the 137
contests, desired by the national com committee
mittee committee to be brought before the cre credentials
dentials credentials committee for re-hearing and
a few may be decided finally on the
convention floor itself.-
LEAGUE OF NATIONS
Today the League of Nations plank,
of which one of the bittest convention
fights' is predicted, apparently .would
be approved by all leaders except a
small group of reservation senators.
LUCY IS MODEST
Lucy Page Gaston, the only wom woman
an woman entrant in the presidential race,
announced today that her name would
not be presented to the convention.
She said she'd withdraw in favor, of
anybody who will endorse the moral
reforms, she stood for. She entered
the South Dakota primaries on : a
platform which included an anti anti-cigarette
cigarette anti-cigarette nlank and clean morals.
Associated Press) 7""""
. Paris, June 7. The United States
share of the firsC twenty billion marks
of reparation bonds Germany, is re required
quired required to issue under the; Versailles
treaty will be about five hundred million-dollars.1
This sum will be for tha
first twenty months 'occupation of the
Rhineland by American troops. ;
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear. Nc.;
Threat. CCIre over 5 acd 10 ctz.t i L:r:,
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Congress Adjourns Without Giving
President Opportunity to Study
Many Important Measures
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Washington, June 6. The Sixty Sixty-sixth
sixth Sixty-sixth Congress ended its session yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, adjourning sine die at 4 p. m.
Unless a grave emergency arises
which makes necessary a special ses session
sion session it will not meet again until Dec.
The close of the session was mark marked
ed marked by none of the rush that generally
attends a get-away of Congress, but
there. was the usual applauding and
cheering in the House chamber after
Speaker Gillett's gavel had released
the members for the first long vaca vacation
tion vacation Congress has had since the Unit United
ed United States entered the war.
The House cleaned up its work
early in the day and twice recessed to
await possible Senate action on pend pending
ing pending measures. The Senate remained
in continuous session and as the. re result
sult result of a small-sized filibuster there,
the bill to establish a national budget
system failed of passage.
Final sessions of both houses pass passed
ed passed without the plethora of political
speeches which had been expected by
many since Congress was quitting on
the eve of the national political con conventions..
ventions.. conventions.. Just at "the finish in the
House, Representative Mondell of
Wyoming,' the republican floor leader,
delivered an address j praising Con
gress for the work accomplished at
thi ssession. Representative Garrett,
democrat, Tennessee, replied, declar declaring
ing declaring that this Congress had bEn a
ELEVEN BILLS POCKETED
Eleven bills and resolutions passed
by Congress in the closing days of its
session, including the aterpowcr
measure and the join resolution re
pealing most of the war-time laws
and proclamations, were killed by
President Wilson through a "pocket
veto." Fifty-eight measures, includ
ing the merchant marine bill and that
providing for exclusion and expulsion
of aliens from the United States who
are members of anarchistic organiza
tions, were approved.
The president explained that the
measure? which died with the adjourn
ment of Congress without his signa
ture did not reach him in time for the
CALLING FOR STACKS OF COIN
: Washington, Jur.- 7. The immo immolate'
late' immolate' appropriation cf frc.n cti to
million dollars of gcvemznrr.t f-r. I.
for the use cf the rn:!rc-d3 Vj t :r-
ed by tha InUrrU4 C
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OF SAND AIID Lll
The Lake Weir Washed Sand Com-
pany nas Increased its Cap Capital
ital Capital to $100,000
- The Lake Weir Washed Sand Co.,
Inc., which recently opened its gener general
al general office in Ocala, is increasing its
capital stock from $20,000 to $100,-
000. The company is shiDDin the
famous Lake Weir sand for building
purposes, and has recently purchased
what is known as the old "poor farm
property, north of Ocala, a tract of
120 acres, on which is located one of
the largest soft lime deposits in Flor
ida. Besides this" the company has
made arrangements to mine and ship
lime from the deposits of the eld
Standard Lime Co., at Kendrick.
Since the first of the year the Luke
Weir Washed Sand Co. has shipped
over 683 cars of Lake Weir sand, and
has had placed with it in the last few
days a single order amounting to 160
carloads of Lake Weir sand, and an
other single order amounting to 335
cars, which is probably the largest
single order that has ever been placed
in this state. The company is just
beginning to ship lime rock for road
building purposes, but very shortly
wJl be shipping: at the rate of eight
cars a day. Marion county has im immense
mense immense deposits of sand and even
greater deposits of lime rock.
Mr. E. W. Ellis, of Palm Beach and
Cincinnati, is president of the Lake
Weir Washed Sand Co. Mr. C. G.,
Rose is secretary 'and treasurer of
the organization. Mr. Rose, formerly
of Chicago, has hi3 home in Ocala,
and has the general management of
the business of the firm here. Both
Mr. Ellis and Mr. Rose have been
connected with construction business
for years, and through this interest
were attracted to the building ma materials
terials materials available in Marion county.
lie J. io!
" In tomorrow's conflict at .the lls,
do hot forgetWlie J. Angle, v,ba in a
eondidata for ts c?Z? cf c.nr .rcH-.-r,-
and with encouni;-ii?-j
People to hear the J
tells on himiclf t;
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1920
OCA LA EVEIIIIIG STAR
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DOMESTIC SI'IISCRIPTIO.V RATES
One year, in advance $6.00
Six months, in advance 3.00
Three months, in advance 1.50
On' month, in advance 60
H. Buford and James E. Calkins. Mr.
Calkins is the best equipped man to
hold the office. Mr. Buford is a
rmghty clever fellow and a good law lawyer.
yer. lawyer. Billingsley is a man of undoubt
ed ability and claims to be a "favorite
son" of Marion. We can't prophesy
who will be the winner.
For controller there are Ernest
Ainos and Allie Angle. Mr. Amos has
proven himself a very efficient man
and his hard work and good manage management
ment management have saved the state many dol dollars.
lars. dollars. We expect to vote for him,
nevertheless we can't help admiring
the gallantry and perseverance with
which Captain Angle has fought a
life battle against adverse circum circumstances
stances circumstances and believe he will do his full
duty if elected.
Walter McLin and Mr. J. C. Luning
arc the candidates for state treasurer.
Walter is a clever and popular young
man, a member of a family that has
done good public service for Florida,
but we see no use in electing him in
place of Mr. Luning, a strong, vig
ilant and accurate man, who has prevd
en entirely faithful to his trust nd
certainly deserves another full term.
Messrs. Dixie M. Hollins and W. N.
Sheats are rivals for the office of
state superintendent of public in instruction.
struction. instruction. We said the other daywe
saw little difference between them.
Since then, Mr. Sheats has violate
both the primary law and the law of
a good man and a live worker. We
think that if Mr. Blowers had come
out three months ago we could have
supported him, but we don't feel like
giving mm support against eitner
Light or Hunter in view of his rather
doubtful position toward house joint
Lastly comes Hon. Wm. J. Folks.
Uncle Billy is a fine old man and we
like him a whole lot
Ocala, Fla., May 24, 1920.
To the Citizens of Commissioner's
District No. 1, Marion County: Hav Having
ing Having announced myself a candidate for
matters as courteous as I know how
to be. I feel that a man running for
i this office should feel that he is offer offering
ing offering hi.s services to the people and is
nor asking a personal favor for I
hr.ve nothing to gain in holding the
olf.ee more than my neighbors would
I shall do everything I can to pro
mote and keep the good feeling that
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county commissioner, I wish to state
my reason for doing so. I am rot
unaware that the pay of a commis commissioner
sioner commissioner is far less than the Ios from
But we think business on account of attending che 1 exists between the people of the town
the record he made in the last legis- meetings and other business of the ; an.' towns of the county and people
lature is mighty little encouragement county required. Therefore, the nay living out of town.
for the people to elect him again, in it is not considered. In fact, if I ; 1: you choose me lor commissioner,
However, he stands a good chance, had not been fairly successful in my yen may Hold these as sacred pledges
The race is probably between him and business and accumulated enough to 1 and require me to live up to them for
The candidates for sheriff are S. C.
M. Thomas and D. T. Sherouse, and
at present it looks like Thomas is go
ing to be the winner. He has shown
much ability as an officer and has
friends all over the county. "Dave" is
very optimistic, however, and says he
ha? friends in all kinds of expected
ml unexpected places,
Nobody can more than guess at the
Yours very truly,
i-23-2twky A. S. Pickett.
spare some time from my business, I this I pledge myself to do.
could not afford it any way. 1 am one
of that class known as the mid lie j
class of citizens, neither rich nor
poor, have a comfortable home and
god farm that is as full of hospitality ;
and welcome to any and all who come
to it as my family and 1 know how to
Owing to the high cost of labor nd
supplies that we have to use in the
I moved here from St. John's conn- i manufacture of ice, beginning June
ty about nine years ago and settled on
the place where 1 now live on the
ftlitnhfrm TtA 1 cl-vd fin thp bonrd
tax assessor's contest. It has looked I .? ,u,. if-
rauier ittvuiauie lor mr. voiuen, uiu
THE PRIMARY ELECTION
is not only untrue but has given no
time for reply. For this alone Mr.
Sheats should be defeated.
Mr. Crawford for secretary of state
has no opposition, and his name is not
on the ballot.
Justice Supreme Court
There are two candidates for jus-
Tomorrow, we hold the primary
election which should and probably
will settle in the creneral election the
political fate of all the candidates tice of the supreme court, one John
whose names are on its ticket. s- Beard, and the other, Thomas F.
vo iu r West. Mr. Beard is undoubtedly a
lawyer of ability and a brilliant man,
ine Mar wishes to impress on its but we do not think he is as well suit
readers that it will not be honest for e4i for a place on the supreme bench
any man to vote in the primary un- as Mr. West, who has made good and
less he intends to vote for the nomi- deserves another term at least.
nee of the primary in the general dec- Railroad Commissioner
tion. By voting in the primary, he ...
o-Kq i,,- wi fc,v i,ia roiiw The candidates for railroad com
riiizpn t nhwio ifQ C,,H if h missioner are W. J. Roebuck, J. .i.
does not, he will hurt not only his Tench and A. S. Wells. All, so far
party but his own character. If he as we know od en' Marion couji-
will deceive his fellow citizens in this, nowever, snouia voxe ior wens,
he will deceive them in anything. "e ,s the nl0S.t abje manf he trio.
We are strongly against Catts and the best acquainted with the state and
almost as strongly against Swearin- h public affairs. Added to these
gen. If they win in the primary they things Marion owes him a debt of
will receive the support of this paper gratitude, because when in 1915 a
and our personal vote. We have heard e faction in the legislature, back-
both sides say they would not u owe"UI louuy T ,r iT
Mr Davis is very strong in places.
The third man, Mr. Credle has gained
considerably in the last week or two.
He is an incessant worker and adds
to his friends every time he goes out.
For the office of county clerk, the
race seems to be between T. D. Lan
caster Jr. and James E.
I shall favor an economical a man
agement of the county's affairs as
possible and as low a rate of taxation
as is consistent with a safe and sane
manner of running the county. I shall
oppose an appropriation from the
cpnpral fund for anvthine" if in mv
Thomas. J iI,4irmpnf there is another need not
However, there is no telling where Runniiei that need, it more. I shall
either Gen. Aver or C. E. Connor will favor abiding by the law as near as
come in. Both have stronsr support. ko nnorcfgnrl it no mattpr
The strongest candidate in any of whether we think it best or not. in
the races is W. W. Stripling. Nobody an cases where the law prescribes da-
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is running against mm, so wnen ne ties and restrict ons. In cases where
goes to a picnic, all he has to do is to the matter is within the discretion of
keep time, eat a ration and a half out the county commissioners and I should
of the dinner and look at the girls. be convinced of a decided sentimcit
The result of the race for county cf the people of the county I would
judge is in doubt. Mr. Jeffcoat had yield to it. even though it be against
a lot of friends to start with, and Mr. my judgment and would proced to
tvtch has been making them rapidly carry it out with all conscientious-
smce he started. We guess we'll not ness.
prophecy until Wednesday. I am in favor of a continuance of
The contest for superintendent cf I the policy of permanent roads and the
schools is also difficult to figure on. encouragement of any development o.f
Mr. bhealy is a good speaker said the county as far as possible not to
to be the best among the candidates, become a subsidy to any class of bus
He has another advantage of never iness.
having been in office, so noobdy can I am open for advice and sugges
criticise him. He is undoubtedly ajtions from anyone and shall be in all
clever young man. It is our opinion
and careful and conservative temper- WlT fl 1 lflCTTI Q
ament will be of the greater advan- 111 III fl llllJlllUll
tage to the county and the taxpayers,
4th, VJ'20, we have advanced our
pi ice as follows:
Wholesale, delivered for coupons
only, 45c. per 100 lbs.
Retail, delivered, for cash or coj coj-pons,
pons, coj-pons, 00c per 100 lbs.
Sacker, 100 lb. sacks, C5c per 100
Sacker, 200 lb. sacks, $1.25 per 2C0
Platform, delivered, cash or cou coupons,
pons, coupons, COc. per 10 Olbs.
Ocala Ice & Packing Company,
4-St Taylor Brothers.
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
Advertising is almost a sure thing.
VeFOHlca Sprain Water
BOTTLES, COc; Case of 12 Bottles, $0.50
As a pringTonie and Blood Purifier and to
Caol the Blood ior the Summer It
Has No Equal,
IT WILL REMOVE THE CAUSE OF CHRONIC CONSTIPATION,
STOMACH AND LIVER TROUBLES
Wrest Palm Beach, March C, 1920.
Jaundice Six years ago Hon. Joe L. Earman, now president of
State Board of Health of Florida, recommended the use of Veronica
Water for jaundice, and it cured me. Send me another case as a spring
tonic, blood purifier and liver regulator. GEO. O. BUTLER,
Clerk Circuit and County Court, Palm Beach County.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Jacksonville, Fla.; Feb. 23. 1920.
As a minister of the gospel, I have always had a feeling that men
of my calling should not allow their name to be associated with ad advertising,
vertising, advertising, but when a thing is so good, and one knows that it is from
experience, he should say so for the benefit of suffering humanity.
Having used "Veronica Water," I do not hesitate to say that, in my
opinion, it is the best natural medicinal spring water in the world for
removing the poisonous toxins that cause rheumatism, renal calculi,
stomach, liver and kidney troubles that arise from lack of proper
elimination. W. A. HOBSON,
Pastor First Baptist Church, Jacksonville, Fla.
We give results the first day and you pay after. While our rep representative
resentative representative is in town we will send any responsible party a case of the
water, which they can use ten days (about three bottles) and if not
as represented, it can be returned and there will be no charge for the
YOU CAN HAVE A CASE ON TRIAL IF YOU LEAVE YOUR
NAME AND ADDRESS WITH
Anti-Monopoly Drug Co., j. e. parrish, prop.
Phone 123 Ocala, Florida
THE VERONICA MEDICAL SPRINGS WATER COMPANY,
Write for Circular
Santa Barbara. California.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
therefore our vote will go to him.
The voters should be careful
vnVofnr our county up, Wells electing commissioners as thev are
f!L for us in the senate and was the officers nearest to us and the most
wu iiuuiuittiuu, uiiu w c ucg iu iiuuuii .i .. , I : t, t- rru xi i
them that if they carry out their l? .1 -TS K? ir: 215 Filth St,
iL1.11!" iel,nS.0"e,0f feated it utterly. name you probably won't know unless
we call him Bruce, and Mr. A. S.
Brick and Plastering
Tile and Marble Flooring
I wilt appreciate your vote on June 8th. Will prove my ap appreciation
preciation appreciation by iaithiul service in behalt oi the Schools ol our
M. G. SHEALY
the most solemn contracts they can
Pickett. Bruce is the Star's favorite
r..t il. xt: i 1 a i j. xt- i. a 4- x:tMu. xji uv-c
, ... j. . he has started in well on his job ana
J r'f 71 CTt toeSVn th tam.pa,fi m tihe T 7 a-aIIII we want him to have a chance to finish
thin list from the state at large. You which circulates about the candidates ... .p, nAiAaa ; mtr. a q
it. The other candidate is Mr. A. b.!
Pickett, an enterprising farmer and
good business man. wnichever is
elected, the district will hold its cnd
can vote for four. We think it is the j f0r the lower house of the legislature,
duty and should be the pleasure of J They are Nathan Mayo in group one
every citizen of Marion county to vote j and A. C. Blowers, W. J. Folks, C. W.
for Frank Harris. Nothiner would TTnntpr nnd T. Licht in erroun two.
to tell its readers that our good old name will not appear on the ticket. "tl u"::
fellow-citizen had received the unani- Mr. Hunter is Mr. Mayo's side partner "' wiiil.vp tn fiht it
w,0 ,f.. r v, f ,v,0 i xu : the ticket. They will have to tight it
liiuuo Wi wic -vivjr niKic iiv- I ailu Was tile 111 IU ailllUUUV.c lit giuu , 1 1
lived so long and labored so faithfully, two. Mr. Light was in group one, ;-ot reach
yjui luiigjcaauiou, naim wioift, I UU t US SUUI1 S lie iW iniiiscix ai iB i ,,.ciA r1n ,i;c.f?-
Ac o V, I k u i i. :i. r .,r TV. uuwmc vaia. ui.vi,
uW w.4J,..e .w. u. -mywo,eueai uiui g.wupu. fc h t d it j useless to ex.
also deserves our votes. Former Gov- alone came Mr. Blowers, who also J . i.rsi:
- i nniriifinu fin i r iiiihiiiii'hi.iiiiis i i
ernor Albert W. Gilchrist is an 100- feared to tackle Mayo, and followed Pess opinions
per cent, democrat, and it will be to Lieht. Finally Mr. Folks thought he
our interest to send him. Old Tom would like to go back to Tallahassee,
Appleyard, who was a midshipman in and he, also ,thought he had a better
the Confederate navy, will also be a chance in the ruck than out on the
good man to send to the convention. I field, so he also wafc soon milling
There are three candidates to the J around in populous group two.
convention from this congressional This is a good deal like the gub
district, and of these Robert E. Davis I ernatorial campaign of 1916, with Mr.
and Eli Futch are, in the Star's opin- Folks trying to act the part of Catts.
candidates in the other districts.
In district two. J. T. Hutchins, J. F.
Parker. H. L. Shearer and E. E.
In district three, R. L. Clyburn and
J. M. Douglas.
In district four, G. A. Waters and
P. T. Randall.
The candidates in district five are
t v r,i.;;nn t a avn-. nr. A
... ... .... i.i. n i iiii .1. y . ii 1 1 liii mill
A I V . A U I V 1. 1 I .- 4 J - 1 " .
io.i, me iwu uesi iu vute xor. i Mr. LiigriL was ine nrsi 10 announce X) n
j. ii. i4. A :t 1 A 1 v. iiwgaiu.
United States Senator P01 "ie iu These are all good men and friends
I IAJ UUUUSC 1-SlLIlCl bliail iuoyu ,, r, i ml. .5 1
There are two candidates for this nobody had a right to kick, but when JLn?J? ' ..-wJ .,!??u-w
office Sidney J. Catts and Duncan U. Uha nthor rolled into roun two it L,iem wcw CI1UUB" tu uut
- i o tr i wiAn
1 V. I .ri-kll iito 1 trAllw ofnta 4- f I i 11 i 1 1 1. I
i-icLiuci. n juu niy juui owvv vv began to looK Use me caras were oe-
become the laughing-stock of the na- afQnVH w dnn't snv thev were.
tion. vote for Catts. If you want it kt ;f tw wnv. Tne candidates for members of the
to retain its present high standard of When Mr Liehtannounced.it seem- schol board are w- i- Uary Allan J-
efficiency and dignity in the Senate eJ like Marion would have no repre- Stephens and C. R. Veal. They are
vote for Fletcher. t.W in the lower house. He has god men and n fiH their offices wcll
. .. a 1 4. wA,0 ViU A& they have no opposition, their
. A w l-m w j i iiii r I I I ill I m rv i 1 1 lii wrz I
lifprtem-auvf a Q,r u names are not on the ballot.
n m T-i 1 ri 1- 1 i l J I
mr. rramv iarK. who nas long anu tnist.pd not to let his countv be nee-
nonorauiy represeniea me secona ais" lected.
trict in Congress, is a candidate for
re-election, but as he has no opposi opposition
tion opposition his name is not on the ticket.
For governor, there are three can candidates,
didates, candidates, Cary A. Hardee, Lincoln Hul Hul-ley
ley Hul-ley and Van C. Swearingen. Hulley
has no chance to-be elected, and it
will not be well for Florida if Swear Swearingen
ingen Swearingen is.
Members of the Cabinet
For attorney general there are three
candidates J. L. Billingsley, Rivers
tt OONtf P&N "TO VT IN &M
W HUM C
A number of leading citizens from
all over the county got together and
decided they wanted a strong delega
tion for Marion in the next house
They decided to put Messrs. Mayo and
Hunter in the race, and after consid
erable urging these two gentlemen
consented to run. The good work
done toward making a success out of
. w a & f ff TT
tne Marion county iair Dy Mayo, nun- . ...
ter and other live wires, and their WfiEHiYOIUH IS hEBYOUSHYORRIES
ability in regard to handling other Mot women neglect their health,
public matters, was the reason for -.-j fftr thia tn,; flV tK(a r-v
their selection. They have not been WOman wUl &d that neglect
piCKeu out oy any caucus or xaution, not jy A little more atten-
but by a considerable number of men tion to health would brighten up her
who are weary of the position long life. If she asks her neighbors she
held by Marion in the lower house. finds that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-
Mr. Mayo has been with us since scription benefits a woman's whole
his boyhood. He is not a politician, system. It not only acts upon the
but a successful merchant and farmer, troubles and weaknesses peculiar
knowing every interest of his county to women, but is an all-round tonic
and as well acquainted as any man that braces the entire body, over-
with the needs of the state. We don't coming nervousness, sleeplessness,
suppose there is a man in the county headaches, m dizziness and a run
with more friends. uown conaiuon.
Mr. Hunter came her with his fam- Send 10c to Dr. Pierce's Invalids'
ily over a dozen years ago, and has Hotel, Buffalo, N.Y., for trial pkg.
proven himself a live wire. Before Gf "Favorite Prescription" tablets.
coming here, he lived in some of the AUGUSTA, Ga. "Doctor Pierce'a
large cities of the north, and gained Favorite Prescription restored me
a good deal of experience in municipal to perfect health when I had become
affairs. He was a soldier in the reg- a complete nervous wreck. I was
ular army, served in the Spanish- suffering with backaches and my
American war and won a commission, nerves were comoletely shattered.
He was a hard worker in patriotic I was not able to do any work, I was
causes durincr the world war. and tho so weak; I could not sleep, I was
over age volunteered in the summer so nervous; and my appetite was
of 1918. when America was prepar- very poor. I was just a wreck when
THE PROFESSOR dropped la.
LAST NIGHT and said.
HE HAD a puzzle.
YOU KNOW ho speafcat.
FIFTY SEVEN kinds.
OF HIGHBROW talk.
BUT HE'D Just heard.
T WO FELLOWS tln-
SOMETHING LIKE tak.
"HERE'S THE real clieoao.
CN THE kind oZ butt.
FOR STEADY stuff."
'SPILL IT," said tho ocner.
SO THE first oao said-
"IT'S GOT tho goodi,
AND PEP and all.
JUST TOUCH ono off.
AND YOU'LL be living.
THE LIFE of r.eill7.
I FELL for it, nd ZQ?-
I'M JAKE for ieeps.
AND SITTIN' on th3 world."
AND THE second ouo oald.
"JUST 8L1P U3 one.
FOR THE Uouble-O."
AND THAT was all.
I LAUGHED and pointed,
OUT THE window.
AND THE prof read.
THE ELECTRIC sign.
AND HE was on.
THE 8IGN just saW.
HWl n J If
LILL J (I I I II 1 dlL
THERE may fie a KuncTrecT otHer wax
to say it but in good plain United
States, it's 'they satisfy." Those fine
Turkish and Domestic tobaccos and that
can't be -copied Chesterfield blend put
Chesterfields here none can touch them
for quality and value.
ing to raise an overpowering force
foi the next summer, and would have
gone back into the army with a cap captain's
tain's captain's commission had the war not
ended when it did. Mr. Hunter has
been active in city affairs for several
years, and has some times stirred up
strong opposition. Everybody ac acknowledges
knowledges acknowledges his ability, however, and
one strong proof of it is that many
who have opposed him in local affairs
are now backing him up for the legis legislature.
lature. legislature. Mr. Blowers, who was the third man
to inject himself into group two, is
my mother gave me the 'Favorite
Prescription' and when I had taken
about five bottles I was well and
strong. 'Favorite Prescription is an
excellent medicine and I am glad to
recommend it." Mrs. N. L. Good Goodwin,
win, Goodwin, 1731 Walker Street.
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas. cow peas and sorghum
seed. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
Something to sell? Advertise it.
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1920
I Jf a f -.
W 1 "jf
I ADAMS jfPk
FLOWERS WILL FADE
but the stone is an enduring and con constant
stant constant token of affection for those who
have passed beyond. We are prepar prepared
ed prepared to furnish a monument and will
bring to the work all the skill of ex experience
perience experience and all the care induced by
sympathy with your idea of a fitting
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
L. T. 1ZLAR
HOME MADE BUTTER
In Quart Jars
HAMS AND SHOULDERS
rtiric A I am attending the op-
f C I ....
.v mjms. t.nmprrir n?nrinhnn this
rk.week in the interest of
w-v give yo" the benefit of
up-to-the-minute service and knowl knowledge.
edge. knowledge. DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
from dtngerous moaqoito bite which
tiny finger toon crmtch Into Infected
orew Rub their little hands end face
with few drop of GOODNIGHT the.
Pleasant Mosquito Lotion, and mo,
aaitoee Will not come near.
Made of the bealtns oil of
the yellow pine, it U bene
licisJ to the sua.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
If you have any society items,
Miss Mamie Shephard leaves to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon for Tallahassee,
wher she will teach in the normal
school at the Woman's College for .six
Jack sonvill e-N'York
Tampa 2:15 am
Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
Tampa-St Ptersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:12 pm JacksonvilleNYork 3:15 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
C :42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 om
3:18 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland
3:25 pm Homosassa
4:45 pm Gainesville
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Lanier of Fort
Lauderdale are in the city for a brief
visit to relatives and friends. They
are on their way to Tennessee for a
Miss Wenona Wetherbee will enter entertain
tain entertain at her home Wednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 4:30 o'clock, complimenting
Miss Ethel Haycraft, a beautiful
bride-elect of the last of this month.
Don't forget the DANCE Tuesday
night over the Commercial Bank. Jazz
The Temple was crowded yesterday
morning to hear the commencement
seimon by Rev. C. W. White. Mr.
White made a splendid talk, uplifting
and edifying his hearers.
Mrs. L. W. Ponder returned Sun Sunday
day Sunday from a pleasant visit to her sis sister.
ter. sister. Mrs. James Johnson at Palatka.
She was accompanied by her charm charming
ing charming little niece. Miss Lucy Johnson.
Syrup Hppophosphites Compound,
pint bottles, one dollar per bottle, two
bottles for $1.01 at Gerig's One Co-it
Sale June 9th. 10th and 11th.
After a pleasant visit to her parents
and friends here, Mrs. Clara M.
Pyles, court stenographer for the
seventh circuit, returned yesterday to
In his office Saturday, Judge Smith
joined in wedlock Miss Lunic Pauline
Noble of Romeo to Mr. Lewis O. My Myers
ers Myers of Rochelle, and Miss Marie Helen
Dewey to Mr. L. T. Roberts of Oak.
The former couple left that after afternoon
noon afternoon on one of the northbound trains
for their honeymoon trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax leave
tomorrow afternoon for Baltimore,
where they will pay a short visit lo
Mrs. Ax's mother and sister, Mrs.
Heiry Keidel and Miss Daisy Keidel,
after which they will proceed to
Maine, where they will spend the
summer, returning to Ocala, early in
Saturday afternoon Mrs. M. G.
Chambers and Mrs. Christian Ax
jointly entertained the members of
the Thursday afternoon auction club
at the home of the latter. On account
of the absence from town of several
of the members there were only two
tables of players present, and in com compliment
pliment compliment to Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr.
there was an extra table for her and
several of her friends. The two high
scoiers among the club members for
the afternoon were Mrs. F. H. Logan
and Miss Minnie Gamsby, and Miss
Caroline Harriss made the highest
score at the table for visitors. Punch
was passed to the players during the
CALL for Icy-cold Ward's
Orange Crush and Lemon
Crush and delight In their cooling
dellcioutneaal Pure and refreshing
a a mountain stream
Their exquisite flavor la a blend of
the fruit oil pressed from delicious
oranges or lemons, best sugar and
citric add (the natural add of citrus
Frepxedby Orangc-Crush Co Chiaagc
ni far fr book, "The Story of Oran&o-Crtuh
and Lo ynCrujh"
BOTTLES IN OCALA
afternoon and at the conclusion of
the games a refreshment course of
fruit salad was served by the
tesses. This was an exceedingly (j)
pleasant afternoon and there will be
only one more entertainment of tms
club before it will be disbanded for
the summer months.
Mrs. John McCabe and lovely little
daughter, Mary Francis left yester-
da afternoon for a few weeks' visit
with the former's mother, Mrs. John- ; :-j
son in Jacksonville, after a visit of 1
two weeks in the city, guests of Mrs.
McCabe's sister, Mrs. Sam Leigh, j
Later Mr. McCabe will join his wif e j
and daughter in Jacksonville and i
they will got to Baltimore to vu;;t
Mr. McCabe's relatives for several
BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND
One 1918 Buick "C" Touring Car,
A 1 shape.
One 1917 Buick "4" Roadster. A 1
shape. AUTO SALES CO.,
Phone 348. Mack Taylor. 31-Gt
iuii Ji vLiyill ii
Marlon Co ratty, Fla.,
Will Thoroughly Appreciate Your Vote and Supporl at
PRIMARY, JUNE 8, 1920.
W I -llf-rtl I W
fm''-3 VSOj L LbJl HiDTlU,(
REX ALL TOOTH PASTE
A perfect dentrifice, antiseptic and
deodorant. Cleans and whitens tlie
teeth. Comes out flat on the brush.
Standard Price This Sale
One OC- Two
The largest selling bottle in tne tne-world.
world. tne-world. The price everywhere is $2.50
each. Full two-quart capacity. Guar Guaranteed
anteed Guaranteed for one year.
Standard Price This Sale
One do f-n Two fre j j-"Bottle
"Bottle j-"Bottle P- OU Bottles 1
This is one of the finest Syringes
that can be manufactured. The qual quality
ity quality is extra fine. This Syringe is guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed against imperfections in man manufacture
ufacture manufacture for one year.
One pound in a package. We also
have envelopes to match. If it is true
that the good. taste of a person is ex expressed
pressed expressed by the quality of their sta stationery,
tionery, stationery, then your taste will be estab established
lished established with your friends. The texture
and quality of Cascade is known from
coast to coast.
Standard Price This Sale
One PA Two Cf 1
Standard Price This Sale
One OA Two
Pkg viC Pkgrs
MEDICATED SKIN SOAP
Produces a soft, creamy lather, is
recommended very highly and keeps
the skin soft and healthy. If used
once you will not be without it in
your home. Standard
price 25c, two cakes for COC
SYMONDS INN FLAVORING
The highest grade the market af affords.
fords. affords. Two ounce bottles.
40c. bottle Vanilla Extract, A't
two for TrlC
40c. bottle Lemon Extract, A
two for xJLC
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
June 9th, 10th, 11th.
WHAT IS CENT SALE? It is a sale where you can buy an item at
regular price then another item of the same kind for ic. As an illustration: The Stand Standard
ard Standard price of Rexall Tooth Paste is 25c. You buy a tube at this price, and by paying ic
more, or 26c. you get two tubes Every article in this sale is a high-class standard piece
of merchandise, just the same as we sell you every day at regular prices and have sold you
A NEW WAY OF ADVERTISING. This sale was developed by the
United Drug Co. as an advertising plan. Rather than spend large sums of money in
other ways to convince you of the merit of these goods, they are spending it on this sale
in permitting us to sell a full size pachage of high standard merchandise foa ic. It costs
money to get new customers, and the loss taken on this sale will be well spent if the
goods please you.
WAR TAX EXTRA
A luscious surprise awaits you. A
full pound of rich caramels that melt
in your mouth. The gift par excel excellence.
lence. excellence. Standard Trice This Sale
One 7r Two
Box OC Boxes
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CUT GLASS
A splendid grade of hard milled
soap. Does not become soft and
wasteful. A clean, fragrant and ab absolutely
solutely absolutely pure soap.
Standard Trice This Sale
One 1 r Two 1 r
IOC .ro. IOC
.Safe and very pleasant. Just the
kind you need. It cleanses, beautifies
and truly makes the skin like velvet.
It is one of the creams that help you
letain that youthful look.
Standard Trice This Silo
Jar OUC Jars
RcguFar Price is $z35 each piece twoifor
One hundred tablets to the bottle,
Standard price per bottle, QA
89c, two bottles for JUC
75c. Fensdale Linen Writing 7
Paper, two for O C
C5c. Vacation Linen Box CyCt
Paper, two for OOC
20c. Cascade Linen Envelopes Ol
two for 4 LK
25c Package Red Cedar Com- O?
nound. two for mJ
80c. Hair Brush, two
25c. Rexall Medicated Soap, 0(? 0(?-two
two 0(?-two for iCPU
$1 one-pint bottle Compound Syrup
65c. Hair Brush, two
25c. Rexall Cold Tablets. Thirty
tablets in each box. They do won wonders
ders wonders toward breaking up a O
cold. Two for CaXJK,
35c. size Rexall Almond Cream. All
know its uses. We extol its quality.
There is no better. Two
bottles for OOC
50c. Bouquet Ramee Talcum. The pay payment
ment payment of $1 per can will not insure
finer quality or an equal quantity
of powder. Two cans CI
Good-Night Mosquito Lotion OI.
25c. each, two for
Japanese Chair Mats, 60c. f 1
each, two for OAC
Nacre Extract, $1 per tf 1
ounce, two ounces for
Pencil and Pen Clip, 5c. each, 1
two for OC
Hypophosphate, two 1 f 1
ttles for J 1 J A
25c. Rexall Liver Pills. Each pack package
age package contains 100 pills. Everyone
guaranteed safe, sure and 0J
laxative. Two packages for iivIC
25c. Rexall Eye Wash. A full one one-ounce
ounce one-ounce bottle. Very efficient and
soothing for all eye trou- OO
bles. Two bottles for. ... v)C
25c. Rexall Baby Talcum. A large
size can just made for baby. Baby
just can't be happy without Q?
it. Two cans for
35c. Rexall Cherry Bark, four ounce
bottle. Undoubtedly America's best
known and largest selling syrup.
Pleasant to take. Two O ?
bottles for 0JC
35c. Rexall Analgesic Balm. Very
similar to an imported preparation.
Just the thing for all neuralgic
pains. Two bottles 36 C
35c. Peroxzone Vanishing Cream. Jast
for a friendly tip we mention sun sunburn
burn sunburn and freckles. Two bot- O ?
ties for OUC
50c. bottle Milk of Magnesia, twelve
ounce bottle. Its uses are known.
Do we need to say that Riker
makes it? Two bottles CI
25c. Rexall Foot Powder, ORg
two for fci"C
Rexalh Nice, a perfect deodorant.
25c. per package, two pack- O
ages for wOC
25c. Rexall Pearl Tooth Powder. The
envy of our competitors. They won wonder
der wonder how so much o fsuch high qual quality
ity quality Tooth Powder can be sold for
Cocoa Butter Cream, 60c., CI n
two for OIC
-r t V-
A delightful preparation made of
the finest Italian Talc, double bolted
and purified. Contains the combined
perfumes of rose, jasmine, heriotrope
Standard Trice This Sale
One rn Two
Southside of Courthouse.
Ballardvale Jam, 50c. the can, CI
two for vIC
Ballardvale Jam, 80c the can, Ol
two cans for Oiw
HARMONY TOILET WATER
Beautiful packages of high grade
toilet water, each containing the
true odor of the flower whose name
it bears. Violet, Lilac and Wistaria.
Standard price one bot- f
tie, $1, two for Vl.vi
These are genuine Aspirin Tablets,
each containing five grains. Made
by Americans in America. Packed
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1920
'Dixie Highway Garage
JAMES ENGESSER, Proprietor
121 W. Broadway phone 2ns Ocala, Florida
Ford Repairs a Specialty
We Use Genuine Ford Parts in Our Ford Cars
Arco and Diamond
WALTER C. CMEEDLE I
Tax Assessor of
If elected will be fair and impartial and serve
you without fear or favor.
I will appreciate your support on JUNE 8th
A fair, square, equitable adjustment of all
differences between the public and the rail
road companies if elected to the position of
Railroad Commissioner. Upon this pledge I
ask the support of Marion County voters at
the coming primary election
W. J. ROEBUCK
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He is worthy of your confidence and will appreciate your vote and
support. (Political Advertisement).
Staple and Fancy
Tires and Tubes
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Rev. W. H. McCarm of Citra has
arranged to hold services once each
m.nth at Eureka. These services
will be held on the first Sunday.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell i guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices-'-f
Among the strangers in the city to today
day today on business matters are Rev. W.
II. McCann and Mr. G. H. Whitford
of Citra. The latter arranged for the
weekly visits of the Star during the
Don't forget the DANCE Tuesday
night over the Commercial Bank. Jazz
Mr. J. E. Thomas, candidate for
cleik, paid the Star a brief but pleas pleasant
ant pleasant call today. He was accompanied
by Mr. A. D. Boring, an ex-Marion
county boy, who is visiting his old
home and friends near Sparr.
Red Cedar Compound 25 cents tne
package, two for 26 cents, on June 9,
10 and 11th at Gerig's One Cent
Mr. Charles Woodrow, who has been
spending the past month as the guest
of his brother, Mr. David S. Woodrow
and family, leaves in a few days for
his home in New York, where he has
a responsible position with the Statin
Island Ship Building Company.
PEAS, PEAS, PEAS
Whippoorwill $6.25 bu.; Whippoor-
will mixed $6; Iron and Clay mixed
$6.25 bu.; Red Ripper $6.25; Cream
Crowder $6.50. Send orders at once
to James L. Dean, Orlando, Fla. These
prices for 2 bushel sacks and up
At a meeting of o Are company li
a Pennsylvania town, the treasure'
was re-elected. The novelty of this
lies In the facts that the official Ir
question Is one hundred and two years
old, has held the same office for 72
years and has never made an error
In his accounts. Probably such a rec
ord could not be equaled throughout
The last horse-drawn engine In Lon
don has been offered to a museum.
The march of progress Is In some re
spects that of a Juggernaut. The tire
horse has gone to Join the old fire vol
unteer. The change Is necessary for
up-to-date efficiency, but it removes-a
very picturesque element. i
Holland will probably intern the ex-
kalser In some retired place where
he will be put beyond the chance of
doing any mischief. And so in oh
security and exile, with the contempt
of the world as his portion, end the
dreams of William I for world em
It .will be deemed a favor to the
private owners of the railroads If the
traveling public will please recall, from
time to time, the air of Independence
and Indifference toward the public by
their employees during government
control. --. J i
Sir Oliver Lodge says there are
many thines which science does not
attempt to explain. So, when Friend
Husband comes up the stairs late a
night with his shoes In his hand, he
is acting in accordance with science,
If the allies ever undertook to bring
to trial all the Turks who have been
guilty of war crimes they will have to
bring in a list of names that will make
that presented to Germany seem In
A naturalist tells us that "an ante antelope
lope antelope runs like an auto and has a better
carburetor." And there would ap appear
pear appear to be the further advantage that
about one trip would suffice for the
driver who rides In the back seat.
A reduction In food prices through
the Importation of Danish cabbage and
potatoes would be welcome, but there
will be some waste in eating Danish
potatoes and sending American pota
toes to Austria.
There Is one thing that hasn't beei
thought of by opponents of aerial ex
ploratlon, and that is that whatever
happens, the explorer Is sure to gel
back to earth again.
The smoke screening material left
.over from the war might be used to
build up a barrage against raiding
For a fatalist the Turk shows an
extraordinary disposition to battle
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, ti
COW PEAS; COW PEAS
Iron and Clay Peas mixed $6.25;
Whippoorwill $6.25; Whippoorwill
mixed $6; Red Ripper $6.25; Cream
Crowder $6.25 bu. These prices for
2,2 bu. sacks. Send orders at once to
James L. Dean, Orlando, Fla. 27-1 2t
: See Me
; For All Classes Oi
; Stone Brick, Wood,
J. D. McCaskill
I Phone 446. 728 Weaona 3t.
CLOSING OF THE CAMPAIGN
(Continued from First Page)
been telling it on him over the coun-
y that he was too old and had been
oo long in office and should stand
down for a younger man. He said
hat it was not his fault the years
were piling up on him and as for be- j
ing in office so long, the people were!
as much to blame as he, as they kept i
electing him. That if they elected ;
Ted Lancaster he would cut out all j
the young fellows of his own age with j
the girls, and that would be humiliat-i
ng indeed. He said all his opponents j
had good jobs and it they were not j
elected clerk it would be no hardship j
on them, and that he would not he
here much longer anyway and there j
would be plenty of time after he had
served a term or two for the younger
men to hold the office. Mr. Ayor
stated that when the votes were
counted he would "come into Ocala
will a good majority" and that it re-'
mained to be seen what the Ocala peo
ple did for him.
Mr. Ayer was followed by Mr. C.
E. Connor, who made a dignified ad address,
dress, address, stating his qualifications for
holding the office of clerk. Mr. Con Connor
nor Connor said he had served eight years in
an abstract office in Ocala and eight
years as deputy clerk under Messrs.
Sistrunk and Nugent and was at
present employed in the clerk's office
in Citrus county, which work he had
been carrying on while conducting his
campaign, which should be an indica
tion of his ability to hold the office,
which which he was thoroughly famil
iar. Mr. Connor stated that on the
first of January the office under state
law would go on a salary basis, all
fees being turned into the general
fund, and that he would give a surety
bond guaranteeing to turn into the
general fund not less than $2509 a
year, which saving would be effected
through his economical administra administration
tion administration of the office.
Mr. J. E. Thomas, the third candi
date for clerk and who is reputed to
be one of the strongest contenders for
the office, did not go into detaus
much, simply announcing his can candidacy
didacy candidacy and asking for the support of
the voters. He was well received.
T. D. Lancaster Jr., who was the
last speaker in the clerk group, un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly had his audience with him,
and made a most creditable speech.
Mr. Lancaster stated that as he was
among his Home people, where he had
been born and raised, it would not be
necessary for him to tell them any anything
thing anything about himself, but that he
wanted the voters to know that when
it came to efficiency and fitness for
the office he sought, he was as well
or better qualified than any. He
stated that he had not had a college
or business school education and what
he knew abount accounting had been
learned through the school of exper experience.
ience. experience. That recently when he was
out in the county campaigning a state
auditor had visited the clerk's office
and checked it up. That he was com complimented
plimented complimented by the auditqr on a system
that he had devised himself of keep keeping
ing keeping certain records and the auditor
had requested him to send to the con controller's
troller's controller's office the page of a ledger
kept under this method to be used in
other clerks' offices in the state. Mr.
Lancaster stated that if elected he
hoped to so arrange the work in the
office that he might devote all his
time to meeting the people calling on
the clerk and assist them in any way
possible with their problems. He was
given loud applause at the conclusion
of his speech.
Messrs. W. D. Cam and H. G.
Shealy, candidates for superintendent
of public instruction, -were the last
speakers on the program. Mr. Carn
came first and deplored the fact that
he would have to condense a 25
minute speech into ten minutes, but
managed to express his ambitions in
regard to our public school system
very well in that time. Mr. Carn
gave expression to the idea advanced
by him throughout the campaign,
that the crying need of the schools
was more and better teachers and the
only way to secure them was to train
those who are entering our high
schools and pay higher salaries to the
teachers of merit in the county, and
thus prevail upon them to stay here.
He also advocated the establishment
of a limited number of high schools at
convenient places throughout the
county, stating that it was a crime
for the boy or girl who had attained
the. eighth grade to have to quit
the study hall and class room because
of their inability to attend a high
school at a distance, which would
necessitate an expenditure of some
$40 a month for board. Mr. Carn also
pointed out that the duties of the
superintendent required a man of bus business
iness business ability, and told how he had re recently
cently recently taken $25,000 out of the sink sinking
ing sinking fund and bought bonds maturing
14 years hence, at a saving to the
county of some $3500. He detailed
his years of service in school work
and interest in educational matters
and was called to time by the chair chairman
man chairman in a most interesting discussion
of the school situation that confronts
our people today.
As is customary at prizefights, pic picnics,
nics, picnics, banquets, public meetings, etc.,
the best is usually saved for the lat,
and Saturday night's meeting was no
exception to this rule. W. W. Strip Stripling,
ling, Stripling, who blossomed out two years ago
as something of an orator, has lost
his laurels to on H. G. Shealy, can candidate
didate candidate for superintendent opposing
Mi. Carn. Mr. Shealy's reputation
as a speaker gained during the cam campaign
paign campaign out in the county had been ad advertised
vertised advertised by his friends and tho?e in
the audience expected something out
of the ordinary and were not disap disappointed.
pointed. disappointed. Mr. Shealy is a splendid
orator and made a rattling good cam campaign
paign campaign speech, but he talked so fast
and said so much during the ten min minutes
utes minutes alloted to him, the reporter ad admits
mits admits his inability to give him a fair
representation here. However, he
made the people acquainted with his
record as a school teacher, having
been principal at Anthony, Citra and
Sparr, and a'teacher in the state nor normal,
mal, normal, and contended that though young
in years he was full of experience in
school matters and if elected county
superintendent would bring to the of office
fice office an enthusiasm for the work pos-
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WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line minimum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month, $3. Payable in ad-
FOR RENT Furnished apartment,
private bath, to rent for summer
months. No children. Very reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. Call Phone" 332. 29-tf
WRITE The Truth Seeker Co., New j
York, for sample copy of the Truth
teener, a iree inougnt ana agnostic
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phone
FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell
Second-hand furniture. Experts put
it in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn
mowers, enamelware, etc. J. W.
Hunter, 310, 312. 314 S. Main St tf
FOR SALE Twenty-five acres on
South Orange avenue, fifteen clear cleared.
ed. cleared. Quick sale, cash $900. Lottie
Matzler, Reno, Nevada. 29-6t
USED CARS One 1918 model Dodge
touring; one 1917 Hupmobile; one
1917 Velie. Velie Service Station,
120 S. Magnolia St., phone 117. 6t
FOR SALE House and lot with nil
latest improvements; Ford truck;
lock face cement block machine;
also second hand lumber 2xl0's 18
ft. long, 2xC's 16 ft long. Cheap
for cash. Carl Wenzel, 702 Wyo Wyo-mina
mina Wyo-mina St. 5-17- eow
FOR SALE Elegant bungalow, elec electricity,
tricity, electricity, bath and toilet, hardwood
floors, overlooking lake in beautiful
mountain town of Demorest, Ga.
Piedmont College, mountain breezes,
mineral springs, cheap living. Price
$3000. Address, Laura Blackshear,
Athens, Ga. mon-tues-wed-wky
TAYLOR THE HAT MAN Beats
the high cost of living. Get your old
hat made like new. Panamas, Leg Leghorns
horns Leghorns and all straws cleaned and
bleached. Telephone me at the
Florida House. l-12t
FOR SALE Lots No. 7 and 8 in block
No. 1 being the nort half of the
northeast quarter, section 14, town township
ship township 14 south, range 23 east, Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee meridian, Florida; 20 acres
more or less. Dominick Colona, 704
Richards St., Joliet, 111. 5-Gt
APARTMENT WANTED I want a
furnished apartment; have no chil
dren. Address "J. O." care Star
IIIDS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF
SCHOOL HLILDING WANTED
Notice i.s hereby given that the
Board of Public Instruction, Marlon
-county, Florida, will receive bids for
the construction of a school building at
June 10th. 1820
according to plans and specifications to
b secured from A. C. Price, Ocala,
Fla. or may be seen in the office of the
superintendent of public instruction.
All bidders mu.n deposit 2Yz per cent.
( their bids as a guarantee of good
faith. The board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
W. D. CARN.
NOTICE or SALE OF SCHOOL. DIS DISTRICT
TRICT DISTRICT UONDS
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of 1'ublic Instruction for Marion
county, Florida, will receive bids up to
Juue l(th. 19SO
for the purchase of one or more of the
ten one thousand dollar bonds to be
issued by tiie lieddick Special Tax
School District No. 6. Marion county,
Fla., said bonds bearing five per cent,
interest, payable semi-annually, matur maturing
ing maturing as follows:
one bond due and payable July 1st,
One bond due and payable July jst,
One bonl due and payable July 1st,
Three bonds due and payable July
Four bonds due and payable July 1st,
A deposit in the .form of a certified
check, payable to the order of the
Board of 1'ublic Instruction for Marlon
county, Fla., in the sum of five per cent,
must accompany each bid. The board
reserves the right to reject any and
All communications should be ad addressed
dressed addressed to V. L. Carn, Ocala. Fla.
By order of the Board of Public In Instruction,
struction, Instruction, Marion County, Fla., this the
5 tit day of May, 192U. V. D. CARN.
: sensed hy few and experience would
i come as a matter of course.
! And thus the campaign closed m
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early and late for the interest of Marion County.
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HUNTER'S ADT0 EXCHANGE
YOUR CAR IS JUDGED
often by its top. Don't cover a
costly car with a top unworthy
of it. Our auto tops are made
for cars which demand hih hih-grade
grade hih-grade equipment; tops that
stand up under the hardest ser service
vice service inder all kinds of condi conditions.
tions. conditions. Our line includes all the
staple colors. See this top le le-fore
fore le-fore placing your order.
TOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a patent wax paste
that makes old top3 absolutely waterproof.
MINTING Autos painted, striped and finished in the best of
UPHOLSTERING We are prepared to give'you satisfactory ser service
vice service in upholstering backs, seats or cushions.
TIRES, TUBES, GAS and OIlS
LET US REPAIR, PAINT AND UPHOLSTER YOUR CAR, SO
YOU ON ENJOY IT YOURSELF OR SELL TO ADVANTAGE.
AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED
J. W. HUNTER
SOUTH MAGNOLIA STREET
OLD METROPOLITAN THEATER
OCALA FRATERHAL ORDERS
WOODMUN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. nu every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. M. Parker, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. & S.
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.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 28G, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGIs
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, W. M.
R. A. M. CHAPTER No. 13
Regular convocations of the 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.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the old Star office building at 7:30 p.
n. A warm welcome always extended
o visiting brothers.
C. W. Moremen, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
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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ening strength, inere
is no more chance for
to fail than there is for sugrir
not to sweeten. That's one reason
why there's more Calumet sold than
any other brand on earth. Another
ri'ivin i lrase it'a aljaoiutely fire in
the ca and in the t.kinjar. Aivl t ill a-
vthtr Te8?sn it' the mort erowjfnU-ai
to Lay arid to ose mokret in et.
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PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Read the ads. They'll save you com.
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