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(MALA, I LOMDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 17. 1920.
VOL. 2G, NO. 1 15
COLLECT THEM FOR
Harding Expects to Gather Bosses o
the Various Republican Clans to
Plan the Campaign
( Associated Press)
Washington, June 17. Senator
Harding, the republican nominee
soon will inaugurate a series of in
formal conferences with leaders of
the various party groups. This decis
ion is understood to have been reach
ed yetserday at a meeting with the
nominee's supporters. An invitation
to the conferences is expected to go
out immediately. Friends said today
Mr. Harding planned to keep in mind
tne views of party leaders in the con
ferences when he prepares his speech
formally accepting the republican
Folowing is the vote by precincts
m Marion county:
Ocala: Catts 70; Fletcher 513; Har
dee 476; Hully 22; Swearingen 64;
Billingsley 228; Buford 146 Calkins
173; Amos 457; Angle 114; Lunning
358; McLin 205; Hollins 308; Sheats
228; Beard 132; West 372; Roebuck
129;-Tench 132; Wells 254; Blowers
169; Folks 89; Hunter 267; Light 57;
Sherouse 82; Thomas 519; Ayer 33;
Connor 39; Lancaster 435; Thomas
92; Futch 359; Jeff coat 229; Cam
266; Shealey 331; Colbert 267; Credle
205; Davis 128.
Reddick: Catts 20; Fletcher 43,
Hardee 41; Swearingen 23; Bilingsley
56; Buford 3; Calkins 2; Amos 52;
Angle 9; Lunning 43; McLin 14; Hol Hol-lina
lina Hol-lina 34; Sheats 25; Beard 20; West
31; Roebuck 17; Tench 17; Wells 23;
Blowers 13; Folks 5; Hunter 11; Light
31; Sherhouse 13; Thomas 49; Ayer5
5; Connor 1; Lancaster 22; Thomas
35,; Futch 40; Jeff coat 21; Carn 33;
Shealey 30; Colbert 42; Credle 13;
Flemington: Catts 5; Fletcher 56;
. Hardee 47; Hulley 1; Swearingen 18;
Billingsley 31; Buford 18; Calkins 7;
Amos 54; Angle 7; Lunning 30; Mc McLin
Lin McLin 8; Hollins 7; Sheats 30; Beard 7;
9; West 41; Roebuck 8; Tench 21;
Wells 22; Blowers 4; Folks 16; Hun Hunter
ter Hunter 15; Light 19; Sherouse 3; Thomas
62; Ayer 15; Connor 4; Lancaster 14;
Thomas 32; Futch 42; Jeffcoat 19;
Carn 10; Shealey 52; Colbert 3";
Credle 15; Davis 9.
Cotton Plant: Catts 2; Fletcher 35;
Hardee 37; Hulley 1; Swearingen 2;
Blliingsley 18; Buford 9; Calkins 3;
Amos 29; Angle 5; Lunning 18; Mc McLin
Lin McLin 29; Hollins 53; Sheats 7; Beard
West 14; Roebuck 10; Tench 4; Wells
14; Blowers 1; Folks 29; Hunter 8;
Light 3; Sherouse 3; Thomas 37; Ayer
6; Connor 1; Lancaster 12; Thomas
21; Futch 22; Jeffcoat 15; Carn 11;
Shealey 29; Colbert 15; Credle 20;
Romeo: Catts 16; Fletcher 15; Har Hardee
dee Hardee 18; Hulley 5; Swearingen 9; Bil Billingsley
lingsley Billingsley 16; Buford 9; Calkins 4;
Amos 28; Angle 3; Lunning 21; Mc
Lin 8; Hollins 15; Sheats 17; Beard 9;
West 19; Roebuck 7; Tench 4; Wells
15; Folks 26; Hunter 3; Light 11;
Thomas 32; Ayer 15; Connor 2; Lan Lancaster
caster Lancaster 7; Thomas 8; Futch 18; Jeff Jeffcoat
coat Jeffcoat 14; Carn 6; Shealey 26; Colbert
14; Credle 13; Davis 5,
Camp Izzard: Fletcher 13; Harden
12; Hulley 1; Billingsley 2; Buford 7;
Amos 10; Angle 1; Lunning 10; Mc McLin
Lin McLin 3; Hollins 6; Sheats 9; West ?,
Roebuck 2; Tench 1; Wells 5; Folks
13; Hunter 2; Light 1; Sherhouse 1;
Thomas 13; Ayer 5; Thomas 11; Futch
13; Jeffcoat 2; Carn 8; Shealey 8;
Colbert 10; Credle 5.
Shady: Catts 2; Fletcher 17; Har Hardee
dee Hardee 14; Hulley 1; Swearingen 3; Bil Billingsley
lingsley Billingsley 5; Buford 7; Calkins 1; Amos
10; Angle 4; Lunning 8; McLin 6;
Hollins 6; Sheats 11; Beard 6; West
6; Roebuck 4; Wells 6; Folks 15;
Hunter 3; Light 1; Sherhouse 16;
Thomas 15; Ayer 5; Connor 1; Lan-
caster 6; Thomas 7; Futch 9; Jeffcoat
11; Carn 11; Shealey 9; Colbert 13;
Credle 5; Davis 3.
Summerfield: Catts 7; Fletcher 45;
Hardee 38; Hulley 4; Swearingen 11;
Billingsley 21; Buford 17; Calkins 4;
Amos 43; Angle 5; Lunning 51; Mc McLin
Lin McLin 16; Hollins 28; Sheats 18; Beard
20; West 26; Roebuck 10; Tench 7;
Wells 23; Blowers 5; Folks 2; Hunter
39; Light 2; Sherhouse 8; Thomas 43;
Ayer 1; Connor 9; Lancaster 23;
Thomas 8: Futch 40; Jeffcoat 10;
Carn 37; Shealey 16; Colbert 11;
Credle 9; Davis 30.
Lake Weir: Catts 2; Fletcher 25;
Hardee 23; Swearingen 3; Billingsley
21; Buford 2; Calkins 3; Amos 23;
Angle 3; Lunning 21; McLin 6; Hol Hollins
lins Hollins 13; Sheats 13; Beard 10; West
15; Roebuck 10; Tench 3; Wells 11;
Blowers 8; Folks 7; Hunter 5; Light
7; Sherhouse 2; Thomas 26; Ayer 3;
Connor 19; Lancaster 5; Thomas 1;
Futch 14; Jeffcoat 14; Cam 11;
Shealey 16; Colbert 19; Credle 4; Da Davis
vis Davis 4.
Moss Bluff: Catts 14; Fletcher 24;
Hardee 35; Hulley 1; Swearingen 9;
Bililngsley 24; Buford 10; Calkins 1;
Amos 37; Angle 7; Lunning 26; Mc-
MINNESOTA WHITE MEN
Are Not Willing to Wait Slow Process
of the Law When Their Women
Duluth, June 17. The first arrest
for complicity in the lynching of
fc iixc i ucsuay uigui l
expected today. A special grand jury
meets to investigate the fourteen ne negroes
groes negroes in jail in connection with the
assault on a white girl Monday, which
resulted in the lynching.
ARTURO WAS EXCITABLE
Santiago, Chile, June 17. An in investigation
vestigation investigation of the alleged attempt
against the life of Arturo Alessandri,
the liberal alliance candidate for pres president,
ident, president, this week, developed that the
shots were fired by a plain clothss
policeman at a pickpocket.
OUGHT TO HAVE MET
FIRST OF APRIL
Chicago, June 17. The American
party or the people's party, will be
the names presented by the committee
of forty-eight as a designation for
the proposed third party when the
committee meets in Chicago July 10th
to nominate a presidential candidate.
Lin 11; Hollins 12; Sheats 28; Beard
9; West 20; Roebuck 5; Tench 4;
Wrells 11; Blowers 4; Folks 35; Hun
ter 5; Light 1; Sherhouse 10; Thomas
36; Ayer 3; Connor 22; Lancaster 7;
Thomas 14; Futch 10; Jeffcoat 35;
Carn 15; Shealey 31; Colbert 23;
Credle 17; Davis 1.
Grahamville: Catts 8; Fletcher 60,
Hardee 67; Hulley 2; Swearingen 3;
Billingsley 29; Buford 11; Calkins 10:
Amos 58; Angle 9; Lunning 48; Mc
Lin 15; Hollins 32; Sheats 30; Beam
14; West 36; Roebuck 12; Tench 14;
Wells 23; Blowers 2; Folks 24; Hun
ter 37; Light 4; Sherhouse 11; Thom Thomas
as Thomas 63; Ayer 5; Connor 6; Lancaster
34; Thomas 28; Futch 21; Jeffcoat 53;
Cam 24; Shealey 52; Colbert 29;
Credle 40; Davis 4.
Salt Springs: Fletcher 9; Hardee 5:
Billingsley 4; Buford 5; Amos 9; Lull Lulling
ing Lulling 2; McLin 9; Sheats 9; West 9;
Tench 1; Wells 8; Folks 4; Hunter 5;
Thomas 9; Lancaster 3; Thomas 6;
Futch 7; Jeffcoat 2; Shealey 9; Credle
Fort McCoy: Catts 33; Fletcher 26;
Hardee 23; Hulley 6; Swearingen 27;
Billingsley 40; Buford 7; Calkins 6;
Amos 47; Angle 9; Lunning 38; Mc
Lin 18; Hollins 43; Sheats 14; Beard
9; West 41; Roebuck 27; Tench 7;
W'ells 15; Blowers 2; Folks 32; Hun
ter 16; Light 6; Sherhouse 8; Thomas
52; Connor 2; Lancaster 3; Thomas
55; Futch 55; Jeffcoat 10; Carn 11;
Shealey 45;' Colbert 8; Credle 47; Da
Orange Springs: Catts 4; Fletcher
15; Hardee 18; Swearingen 2; Bil
ingsley 7; Buford 11; Calkins 1;
Amos 19; Lunning 15; McLin 4; Hol
ms 16; Sheats 3; Beard 3; West 15;
Roebuck 9; Tench 2; Wells 5; Folks
4; Hunter 5; Light 10; Sherhouse 4;
Thomas 15; Ayer 1; Thomas 19;
Futch 15; Jeffcoat 3; Carn 10; Shea Shealey
ley Shealey 10; Colbert 15; Credle 1; Davis
Linadale: Catts 2; Fletcher 9; Har Hardee
dee Hardee 8; Swearingen 2; Billingsley 5;
Buford 3; Calkins 1; Amos 10; Lull Lulling
ing Lulling 8; McLin 2; Hollins 3; Sheats 7;
Beard 1; West 9; Roebuck 9; Wells
1; Folks 1; Hunter 7; Sherhouse 2;
Thomas 8; Ayer 2; Lancaster 6;
Thomas 2; Futch 8; Jeffcoat 2; Carn
2; Shealey 8; Colbert 5; Credle 1;
Citra: Catts 6; Fletcher 40; Hardee
34; Hulley 2; Swearingen 10; Billings Billingsley
ley Billingsley 23; Buford 8; Calkins 12; Amos
31; Angle 8; Luning 22; McLin 21;
Hollins 27; Sheats 18; Beard 7; West
34; Roebuck 6; Tench 15; Wells 12;
Blowers 21; Folks 8; Hunter 15; Lir.37; Hollins 66: Sheats 27; Beard 4; Luning 10; McLin 7; Hollins 2;
Light 2; Sherhouse 17; Thomas 27; I 24; We -t 61; Roebuck 35; Tench 24; j Sheats 5; Beard 3; West 11; Roebuck
Ayer 5; Connor 4; Lancaster 5; j Wells 22; Blowers 5; Folks 34; Hun--7; Tench 4; Wells 4; Blowers 1; Folks
Thomas 32; Futch 35; Jeffcoat 10; tei 53; Light 2; Sherouse 10; Thomas ; 4; Hunter 1; Light 9; Sherouse 4;
Carn 24; Shealey 22; Colbert 37; 80; Ayer 5: Connor 7; Lancaster 67; Thomas 14; Ayer 9; Lancaster 3;
Credle 3; Davis 5. j Thomas 15; Futch 58; Jeffcoat 32; ; Thomas 6; Futch 7; Jeffcoat 10; Carn
Anthony: Catts 4; Fletcher 94;; Carn 50; Shealey 42: Colbert 39; j 5; Shealey 12; Colbert 8; Credle 8;
Hardee 88; Hulley 3; Swearingen 12; Credle 9; Davis 44. Davis 3.
Billingsley 29; Buford 16; Calkins 50; j Candler: Catts 6; Fletcher 16; Har-; Emathla: Fletcher. 18; Hardee 17;
Amos 88; Angle 6; Luning 66; Mc- j dee 15; Swearingen 4; Billingsley 13; Swearingen 1; Billingsley 10; Buford
Lin 25; Hollins 46; Sheats 44; Beard j Buford 10: Am"? 17; Anile 5; Lun- 7; Amos 16; Angle 2; Luning 10; Mc Mc-24;
24; Mc-24; West 69; Roebuck 27; Tench 12; ing 11; McLin 11; Hollins" 10; Sheats' Lin 6; Hollins 12; Sheats 5; Beard 5;
Wells 51; Blowers 21; Folks 13; Hun- j 11; Beard 4: West 15; Roebuck 5;, West 12; Roebuck 5; Tench 10; Wells
ter 32; Light 25; Sherouse 39; Thorn- j Tench 3; Wells 12; Blowers 3; Folks 2; Folks 4; Hunter 10; Light 4; Sher Sher-a3
a3 Sher-a3 62; Ayer 3; Connor 3; Lancaster j G; Hunter 7; Light 4; Sherouse 3; ouse 2; Thomas 16; Ayer 2; Lancaster
40; Thomas 56; Futch 69; Jeffcoat 30; I Thomas 17; Connor 6; Lancaster 7; 6; Thomas 10; Futch 13; Jeffcoat 5;
Carn 20; Shealey 83; Colbert 10,! Thomas 7; Futch 13; Jeffcoat 7; Carn i Carn 6; Shealey 11; Colbert 9; Credle
Credle 88; Davis 3. j 3; Shealey 18: Colbert 12; Credle 5;i8; Davis 1.
Martin: Catts 3; Fletcher 14; Har-j Davis 3. j Summary
dee 13; Hulley 1; Swearingen 2; Bil- Sparr: Catt 8; Fletcher 39; Har- Senator: Fletcher 1514; Catts 312.
lingsley 15; Calkins 2; Amos 14; j dee 40: Hulk-v 1; Swearingen 6; Bil-! Governor; Hardee 1434; Hulley 94;
Angle 2; Luning 2; McLin 5; Hollins i lingsley 23; Buford 3; Calkins 18; Swearingen 342.
13; Sheats j; Beard o; west ; Roe-:
buck 6; Tench 3; Wells 8; Blowers 6;
Folks 2; Hunter 5; Light 4; Sherouse
2; Thomas 15; Ayer 2; Lancaster 11; rig; Blowers : hoiks 3; Hunter 16;; State Treasurer: Luning 1171; Mc Mc-Thomas
Thomas Mc-Thomas 4; Futch 15; Jeffcoat 3; Carn Light 18; Sherouse 20; Thomas 29; Li?i 564.
8; Shealey 9; Colbert 5; Credle 12. Ayer 1; Lancaster 11; Thomas 37; j Superintendent of Public Instruc-
Stanton: Catts 1; Fletcher 53; Har-j Futch 37; Jeffcoat 11; Carn 5; Shea-jtion: Hollis 1007; Sheats 729.
dee 46; HuMey 7; Swearingen 4; Bil- ley 45; Colbert 2; Credle 17. Justice of Supreme Court: Beard
lingsley 23; Buford 17; Calkins 3;, Eureka: Catts 9; Fletcher 10; Hat-; 434; West HOG?
Amos 44; Angle 3; Luning 35; McLin dee 17; Swearingen 2; Billingsley 15; Railroad Commissioner: Roebuck
11; Hollins 30; Sheats 17; Beard 12; Buford 2; Amos 18; Luning 13; Mc-'45g; Tench 408; Wells 689.
XXTaa- OQ T?naKrisV 7. T.tV. lO. Walls I Tin C 11 ;-.- 1 CVwj0 o 4 Rn 19.
22; Blowers 13; Folks 2; Hunter 14; 4
GIFTS FOR THE
Six Thousand Vehicles Set Aside by
the War Department for
Washington, June 17. The war de department
partment department today set aside C000 ve vehicles
hicles vehicles for the national guard, includ including
ing including automobiles, trucks motorcycles,
bicycles and trailers.
SETBACK TO CIVIL SERVICE
Federal employes who have reached
the retirement age of 70 years, altho'
they have not given the minimum of
15 years' service required under the
ittirement law, must be dropped from
the rolls, the attomev ireneral ruled
today. Such .employes, he said, can
not draw retirement pensions.
MARTENS SHOULD BE MOVED
Deportation proceedings against
Lu-Iwig Martens, the soviet agent in
the United States, were resumed today
before immigration officials of the
department of labor.
PENS A CO LA THREATENED
WITH BUBONIC PLAGUE
Pensacola, June 17. A campaign
to exterminate rats on the docks here
as a part of the movement to combat
spread of what health officials have
pronounced the bubonic plague was
started today with the arrival of a
corps of expert rat trappers and
fumigators sent here by the United
States health service.
Light 22; Sherouse 1; Thomas 52;
Ayer 9; Connor 8; Lancaster 26;
Thomas 10; Futch 30; Jeffcoat 22;
Carn 39; Shealev 13; Colbert 36;
Credle 8; Davis 8.
Blitchton: Catts 6; Fletcher 27;
Hardee 15; Swearingen 19; Billings Billingsley
ley Billingsley 16; Buford 11; Calkins 6; Amos
31; Angle 2; Luning 29; McLin 5;
Hollins 23; Sheats 11; Beard 5; West
20; Roebuck 6; "Tench 18; Wells 9,
Blowers 3; Folks 24; Hunter 5; Light
2; Sherouse 3; Thomas 31; Ayer 5;
Connor 4; Lancaster 6; Thomas 19;
Futch 18; Jeffcoat 16; Carn 8; Shea Shealey
ley Shealey 25; Colbeit 19; Credle 13; Davis 2.
Belleview: Catts 7; Fletcher 41;
Hardee 22; Hulley 11; Swearingen
17; Billingsley IS; Buford 22; Calkins
3: Amos 45; Angle, 5; Liming 32; Mc McLin
Lin McLin 16; Hollins 20; Sheats 28; Beard
16; West 24; Roebuck 9; Tench 18;
Wells 16; Blowers S; Folks 5; Hun-;
ter 22; Light 12; Sherouse 7; Thomas
43; Ayer 15; Connor 6; Lancaster 25;
Thomas 5; Futch 25; Jeffcoat 23;
Carn 28; Shealey 22; Colbert 27;
Credle 12; Davis 11.
Mcintosh; Catts 9; Fletcher 64;
Hardee 62; Hulley 2; Swearingen 11;
Billingsley 50; Buford 7; Calkins 11;
Amos 63; Angle 11; Luning 50; Mc McLin
Lin McLin 19; Hollins 38; Sheats 35; Beard
23; West 43; Roebuck 12; Tench 40,
Wells 14; Blowers 14; Folks 7; Hun Hunter
ter Hunter 15; Light 33; Sherouse 14; Thom Thomas
as Thomas 60; Ayer 22; Connor 6; Lancaster
38; Thomas 7; Futch 61; Jeffcoat 14;
Carn 50; Shealey 24; Colbert 58;
Credle 5; Davis 10.
Pedro: Catts 12; Fletcher 13; Har Hardee
dee Hardee 12; Hulley 5; Swearingen 10; Bil Billingsley
lingsley Billingsley 11; Buford 12; Calkins 1;
Amos 21; Angle 6; Luning 21; McLin
4; Hollins 19; Sheats 8; Beard 6;
Wrest 17; Roebuck 14; Tench 1; Wells j
10; Folks 4; Hunter 20; Light 3;
Sherouse 3; Thomas 25; Ayer 9; Lan
caster 7; Thomas 12; Futch 12; Jeff Jeffcoat
coat Jeffcoat 15; Carn 4; Shealey 24; Colbert
11; Credle 10; Davis 7.
Dunnellon: Catts 27; Fletcher 69;
Hardee 55; Hulley 51; Swearingen 39;
Billingsley 23; Buford 34; Calkins 31;
Amos 66; Angle 24; Luning 53; Mc-!
Amos 44: .Angle
Luning 37; McLin
8, Hollins 22; Sheats 25; Beard 17;
West 26; Roebuck 22; Tench 6; Wrells i
West 4; Roebuck 2; Wells 15; Blowers!
FIENDS IN HUMAN FORM
Left a Missouri Man Tied to the Rail
to be Crushed by a
Excelsior Springs, Mo., June 17.
George Underwood is in a local hos hospital
pital hospital today minus his left hand and
foot, and posses are searching for
two men who Underwocd says robbed
anu bound him to the railroad. Un
derwood managed to free his right
arm and leg just before the train ran
MAJOR GENERAL GORGAS
IS DANGEROUSLY ILL
London, June 17. The condition of
Major General Wm. C. Gorgas, for
mer surgeon general of the United
C i 4. i
States army, is much more serious
than his friends were heretofore will
ing to admit. Several days ago hopes
for his recovery were abandoned, but
he rallied. He is still dangerously ill
HARMONY DOES NOT
REIGN IN MONTREAL
ownership with democratic operation
ol American railroads was endorsed
today by the American Federation of
T 1 a. l a a r l
iaoor alter a Dlixer ngnt. UlSOrder
interrupted tne roll call several times
when delegates of the various crafts
divided on votes. Applause, boos and
hisses alternately greeted delegation
MANY BRILLIANT WOMEN
MEETING IN DESMOINES
DesMoines, June 17. Reports of
various committees of the General
Feaeration of Women's Clubs were
heard at today's session of the 15th
8; Folks 8; Hunter 1; Light 1; Sher Sherouse
ouse Sherouse 7; Thomas 12; Connor 1; Lan Lancaster
caster Lancaster 1; Thomas 17; Futch 16; Jeff
coat 3; Carn 2; Shealey 17; Colbert
7; Credle 6; Davis 6.
Levon: Catts 3i Fletcher 20: Hardee
12; Hulley 4; Swearingen 6; Billings-
ley 12; Buford 6; Calkins 3; Amos 15;
Angle 6; Luning 17; McLin 4; Hoi-
lms 11: Sheats 10: BearH 10? West 11?
Roebuck 7; Tench 3: Wells 10: Blow
ers 1; Folks 3; Hunter 15; Light 2;
Sherouse 4; Thomas 17; Ayer 3: Con-
nor 1; Lancaster 12; Thomas 6; Futch
16; Jeffcoat 6; Carn 8; Shealey 15;
Colbert 10; Credle 9; Davis 3.
Kendrick: Catts 15; Fletcher 9;
Hardee 10; Hulley 2; Swearingen 11;
Billingsley 13; Buford 4; Calkins 2;
Amos 12; Angle 5; Luning 13; McLin
6; Hollins 12; Sheats 9; Beard 7;
west is; rtoeuucK iu; lencn y; wens
2; Blowers 2; Folks 9; Hunter 5;
Light 6; Sherouse 7; Thomas 17;
X1T .A. 1 1 S n 4-h I
Ayer 3; Connor 4; Lancaster 11; J
Thomas 7; Futch 8; Jeffcoat 16: Carn
9; Shealey 15; Colbert 17; Credle 8;
Martel: Catts 3; Fletcher 24; Har-
dec 23; Hulley 2; Swearingen 2; Bil
lingsley 11; Buford 10: Calkins 5:
Amos 21; Angle 4; Luning 17; McLin
7; Hollins 22; Sheats 5; Beard 6;
West 13; Roebuck 13; Tench 4; Wells
6; Folks 9; Hunter 13; Light 5; Sher-I
ouse 6; Thomas 21; Ayer 1; Connor 2;
Lancaster 12; Thomas 12; Futch 20;
Jeffcoat 7; Carn 6; Shealey 21; Col-1
bert 8; Credle 16; Davis 3. J
Fairfield: Catts 2; Fletcher 49;
Hardee 39; Hulley 5; Swearingen 6;
Billingsley 46; Buford 3; Amos 42;
Angle 9; Luning 36; McLin 14; Hoi-
lins 35; Sheats 15; Beard 16; West
33; Roebuck 17; Tench 11; Wells 20;
Blowers 9; Folks 7; Hunter 10; Light
25; Sherouse 2; Thomas 49; Ayer 24;
Connor 2; Lancaster 20; Thomas 4;
Futch 40; Jeffcoat 11; Carn 15; Shea Shealey
ley Shealey 36; Colbert 32; Credle 10; Davis 9.
Geiger: Catts 6; Fletcher 12; Har
dee 14; Swearingen 4; Billingsley 8;
Buford 6; Calkins 2; Amos 12; Angle
Attorney General: Billingsley 857;
Buford 443; Calkins 365.
Comptroller: Amos 1451: Angle 281.
. Concluded on Fourth Page)
Making a War on France that Caused
a Million and a Third
Paris, June 17. Final official sta statistics
tistics statistics have fixed the total number
of French soldiers killed during the
war at 1,362.872.
FLOUR MILLS IN FLAMES
Meaux, France, June 17. The
great flour mills here are in flames
today and all hope of saving them
Viae Kfmn r Vr T'l 1
I nas uwu auoiiuuiicu. X lie 1US5 Will
i x cavil Bcvcidi iiuiiiuil IfailLS.
FIGHT ON THE ISMID FRONT
Constantinople, June 17. Turkish
nationalist troops Wednesday attack attacked
ed attacked British Indian troops on the Ismid
front, who are retiring under agree agreement.
ment. agreement. The Turks wounded thirty
tl,,u -i"" r. xveimorce-
I . -1 4 I K Tt P
inents were senx 10 aid ine maians
1M l A ii m i
T". TbniPs Kem: ine urxs on ny
ROLS STEATIII.Y RATTF IVT.
I London, June 17. The Russian bol
sheviki forces again advanced on the
I northern end of the Polish front, ac
cording to a Moscow wireless.
AGAIN AT WAR
Chicago, June 17. Chicago's gang
I war was renewed today with the
shooting and killing of Paddy Ryan
by five gunmen who fled in an auto
mobile. Ryan was one of those held
in connection with the recent murder
of a labor leader.
CARD OF THANKS
1 wish to thank my friends and
supporters who worked and voted for
me ln tne recent primary. I hold no
M11 feeling to those who opposed or
voted against me. Joe Davis
BUFORD PROBABLY THE
NEXT ATTORNEY GENERAL
Tallahassee, June 16. The official
returns from all the counties have not
yet been received and it was stated
at the office of the secretary of state
thi3 morning that the state canvass-
ing board would meet next week on
a day to be later announced. With
eleven counties missing it appears
from the figures thus far received
that Buford has a substantial lead in
first choice votes for attorney gener
al. Calkins is next about 500 first
choice votes ahead of Billingsley.
Buford's nomination appears assured.
The Ocala team is playing ball
with Williston at Hunter Park this
afternoon. Following is the Ocala
line-up: Miller c; Home p; Marsh lb;
Smith 2b; Stroud 3b; Liddell ss;
Montgomery If; Galloway cf; Brooks
rf. The Ocala team expects to play
High Springs next Thursday.
If you desire latest styles of Paris-
ien gowns, perfect fit, guaranteed,
call on Madame Gray, 715 East Fifth
cowr peas And beggarweed
Whippoorwill, 6.25; Whippoorwill
mixed, $6; Iron and Clay mixed, $6.25;
New Era, $6.25; Cream Crowder,
$6.50; Beggarweed, 75c. bu. Send
orders at once to Deans Seed So.,
Orlando, Fla. 14-10t
Ninety day and old fashion velvet Florida, and every town and little set set-beans,
beans, set-beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed tlement would be on a boom as it is
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf j further south.
IFort Mc Coy (Garage
GasoMme Olflis Grease
Fori Mc Coy
One of the most enthusiastic auc auction
tion auction parties of the season was that
yesterday afternoon at which Mrs.
Jack Camp was the charming and vi vivacious
vacious vivacious hostess, entertaining a few
of her friends at five tables of this
always fascinating game.
This was the first entertainment
given in the beautiful Camp home
since it was remodeled, the work
having only recently been completed,
and as the guests assembled they
vere allowed the happy privilege of
viewing the entire house which was a
wonderful treat, as without any ex exception
ception exception it is one of the handsomest
and most convenient homes that any anyone
one anyone could desire. On entering the
front porch, which is most attractive attractively
ly attractively designed, one is immediately pos possessed
sessed possessed of a most inviting feeling which
prevails throughout the entire house,
and that cordial hospitality personified
by Mrs. Camp is illustrated in this
elegant home of hers, tl is a typical
southern residence, surrounded by
many comfortable porches and the
interior furnishings and decorations
are in most perfect harmony, while
every comfort conceivable has been
The five tables were arranged on
the front and side porches and for
several hours auction was intensely
enjoyed, after which Mrs. Camp as assisted
sisted assisted by her sister. Mrs. Milby Lloyd,
Mrs. E. L. Carney and Mrs. William
Hccker served a refreshing and de delectable
lectable delectable course of parfair, cakes, can can-ly
ly can-ly and nuts. Then the scores were
taken and Miss Alice Bullock was the
most fortunate one of the players in
making highest score, for which she
was awarded a lovely and most artis artistic
tic artistic boudoir lamp, of Japanese design
and finished in mahogany. The conso consolation
lation consolation prize, won on the cut by Mrs.
W. W. Harriss, was a pair of cut
glass rose vases.
Mrs. Camp's parties are always in informal
formal informal and pleasant, but this one of
yetserday was most enjoyable and
the following beside those assisting
were her guests on this occasion: Mrs.
Fred Hocker, Mrs. C. H. Martin, Mrs.
R. L. Anderson Jr., Mrs. W. W. Har Harriss,
riss, Harriss, Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce, Mrs. Anna
Holder, Mrs. L. R; Chazal, Mrs. A.'E.
Gerig, Hrs. H. C. Dozier, Mrs. H. W.
Henry, Mrs. George Ford, Mrs. D. S.
Woodrow, Mrs. E. G. Peek, Mrs. Har Harvey
vey Harvey Clark and Mrs. R. C. Camp.
Misses Marian Dewey, Mary Burford,
Caroline Harriss, Eugenia Fuller and t
Lake Weir, June 16. Dr. and Mrs.
E. F. Herr with Mrs. Herr's sister,
Miss Freise left Tuesday morning
for Maryland, Pennsylvania and Ohio,
where they will spend the summer
months, returning Sept. 1st.
Mrs. Carl Dekle of Palatka is vis-
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Spurlin near Lake Weir station.
Miss Miriam Connor and Miss
Fearl Hall eft Monday morning for
Gainesville to attend the summer
normal school at that place. Letters
from Mr. J. H. Bradford of Nashville,
who spent the winter on the lake for
his little daughter to attend the pub public
lic public school, state she made her grade
after returning home, all credit due
to Miss Connor's efficient teaching.
Miss Mary Connor and Henry Con
nor left Monday to spend their vaca
tion with their brothers, Eugene and
Elliot in Detroit, Mich.
Miss Agnes Marshall eft a few
days ago to spend some weeks with
her brothers in St. Augustine.
The many friends of Mr. John
Mann will be paine dto learn of his
illness, but feel sure that under the
care of skillful Ocala physicians he
will return to the lake in a few weeks
restored to health.
Mr. W. M McGahagin is occupying
the Carson cottage in the abesnec of
Mr. E. C. Rose appears on the lake
every few days to look after the in interest
terest interest of the sand works. If every
community had a few fearless, ener energetic,
getic, energetic, good principled men like Mr.
Rose there would be no trouble in
getting settlers from the northern
states to make permanent homes in
OCALA WEEKLY STAR. THURSDAY. JUNE 17. 1920
OCALA EVEIII8G STAR
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Florida, and paid the Star an appre- j others as belonging1 to a bear. So far
ci&tc-.i call. Mr. Hill is one of the j
pioofs that Senator Fletcher is a good i
judge of men, as he is filling the im- j
do riant office of secretary to the
senator with diligence and ability.
Mr. Hill's home is in Gainesville, and
he came home to vote and see his
friends for a few days.
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Let's throw up an island in the
center of Lake Morton and erect a
community building thereon. Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Telegram.
' Hut you can't throw up an island
unless you first swalow one.
Read elsewhere the interesting ar
ticle by Herb Felkel on "Presiding
Officers of the Next Legislature." No
newspaper man in Florida is better
acquainted than Felkel with legisla
live affairs, and none more often hits
Gen. Obregon is quoted as saying
he'd rather teach the Mexicans the
use of a tooth brush than of a rifle.
Well, old boy, how clever! Would you
really now? St. Augustine Record.
It's a pretty good idea for a man
to know how to use a rifle as well as
a tooth brush.
The American Federation of Labor
and the Anti-Saloon League have de demands
mands demands to make on the National Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Convention when it meets in
San Francisco. If the convention will
kick the federation in the slats and
slap the league in the face it will help
the party to win next November.
Reading W. J. Pr van's accounts of
the republican convention., one is con constrained
strained constrained to believe that a good news newspaper
paper newspaper reporter was spoiled when W
J. B. tried politics. St. Petersburg
Bryan didn't report the convention.
He wrote a partisan story, tinged
with personal feeling, about it.
Judge Horace C. Gordon and those
elected in the recent Tampa city elec election
tion election were sworn in and took charge of
the affairs of the city on Friday nighi.
Mayor D. B. McKay has retired. Tam Tampans
pans Tampans have showered the higrhest praise
on Mr. McKay's administration which
covered a neriod of ten years. Plant
Gordon will carry on McKay's work
That popular and clever journalist,
Gilbert Leach of the Lesburg Com
mercial, was in town Wednesday, on
his way to the meeting of the state
press association at Pensacola. Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert looked prosperous and healthy
and had on him a roll big enough to
choke a cow. Gilbert says you can
be happy without money but a darn darn-site
site darn-site happier with it. We wanted to
go with him awfully bad, but we had
no such roll to ride on.
W. L. Hill, secretary to Senator
Fletcher, was in town Wednesday on
his way to vrsit friends in South
(St. Augustine Record)
In all probability Senator W A.
Mac-Williams of the 31st district,
composed of Flagler and St. Johns
counties, will be president of the
1921 Florida senate. He has a great
many pledges from the hold-overs,
while a number of the new senators,
some of them re-elected, have promis promised
ed promised to support him. The only other
two aspirants for the position, it is
A .1 C A T V. t .r-
linuersioou, were oeiiawi uumi ..nou.c
of Walton and Holmes counties, who
did not offer for re-election, and Sen Senator
ator Senator W. M. Igou, of Lake county, wh-j
is reported to have stated that he
would not oppose the St. Augustine
legislator for the honor, they being
warm friends of long standing. There
is no man in Florida more experienced
in legislature matters than Senatoi
MacWilliams, and it would be. a
splendid tribute to St. Johns county
and to him for his colleagues in the
senate to make him their leader. In
case of a vacancy in the governor's
office for any reason, under the Flor
ida constitution, the president of the
senate becomes the state's chief ex
ecutive. There is seldom a figlvUfor
the presidency of the senate, as there
are sixteen, (half of them), who hold
over, and they caucus among them themselves
selves themselves as to their next president, who
by reason of the constitutional pro
vision as to filling any possible va
cancy in the governor's office, must
be a new senator and not a hold-over.
His .term must last as long as that of
the governor whose place he might be
cslled upon to take at any time. The
hold-overs also caucus as to the dis
tribution of patronage, the newly
elected senators having no jobs to
One of the surprises of the recent
primary was the election by Marion
county of two very able men to the
lower house of the Florida legislature
Thev are Nathan Mayo of bummer
field, a merchant and. farmer, and C
W. Hunter, an Ocala business man.
Hunter is a live wire, and a hustler
from his heart. He has been a vital
factor for good, uplift and progress
in the public affairs of the city ot
Ocf.la for the last seven or eight
cars, and had much valuable exper
ience before becoming a resident and
n't!7Pn nf Marion eountv. He and
Mayo are goincr to try to move the
county up front in the matter of leg
illative representation, and already
they, have come to some sort of an
understanding with other progressive
members of the house of representa
tives as to legislation constructive
and conservative. They do not plan
to plav the game of politics, though
Mr. Hunter is said to know its every
twist, but we understand they will
direct their efforts along lines that
mean more bread and meat with but
ter and sugar on the side. Mr. Hunter
may make the race for speaker of the
house. If he does there is no question
as to his ability to muster a consider
able amount of strength. It has been
positively announced that he is ser seriously
iously seriously considering offering for this
distinction. That he would make good,
be fair and win the respect of his
colleagues there is no doubt. Already
he is a formidable contestant for
speaker, and has the advantage of not
having previously served in the house,
where S. D. Harris of Pinellas and
ether candidates for speaker have
rubbed certain members more or less
the wrong way and established cer
tain political alliances that are re remembered
membered remembered in a thing that gets as hot
as a speakership race.
W. A. MacWilliams as president of
the senate and C. W. Hunter as speak
er of the house would make a pair, of
presiding officers for the two branches
ol the legislature of which all Florida
might well be proud.
as we know his bearship has done no
harm and it is presumed that he was
chased out of the big scrub and was
on his way to the hammock around
A sweet little baby girl arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Barnes Saturday, June 12th.
Little Miss Elizabeth Knoblock of
Eastlake spent a few days here last
week with relatives.
Mrs. Will Little of Ocala is spend
ing a lew days with Mrs. uarnes
.4 'r err
a lew uays wnn -n. uui nc-.. i Vv
Mr. Charlie Liddon, who attended i ,..y..;r-..;r
made very creditable
has returned home for the vacation
The young people are anticipating. ,0;
a pleasant time at the home of Mr. j -VV
and 3irs. Jones inursaay evening au
a box -social. lne proceeds 01 tne
boxes will be used to help buy lights i
for the church.
Rev. Martin of Fort McCoy
preach at the church Sunday morning j
at 11 o'clock. All members and ;
friends of the congregation are invit- j
ed to come.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AISD SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE: Two furnished G-room
bungalows, with sleeping porches;
baths, electric lights, large garages
ar.d large lot. Apply H. D. Stokes
at Ocala National Bank. 15-6t
LOST One plain gold ring marked
18-K. Finder please call at Star of office
fice office and get reward. 15-3t
FOR RENT Six-room residence, cor
ner South Second and Tuscawilla
streets. D. Niel Ferguson. lo-3t
Service is not an empty
word. I am prepared to
.give your eyes the serv- 1
1 l A I
.y ice you have been need
ing so long.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
HUNTER'S AUTO EXCHANGE
t'r j- i v-'''
I. -.! iVi-ii
t .:'; v.. 1,11-'
FOR RENT Furnished
private bath. Just off
avenue. No children.
FOR SALE Made to order large
heavy white enamel bedspring and
mattress. 'A bargain. Call phone
FOR SALE Bucks gas range. Used
but not abused. A bargain. Call
phone 304, or at 702 S. 4th St. 6t
FLOWERS WILL FADK
but the stone is an enduring and con constant
stant constant token of affection for those whe
have passed beyond. WTe 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
M'l rr V
FOR SALE Five hundred ybushels of
1 a 1 a 1.- ..4- tt;.i- 1 :
veivei ueans. vppiy au im-'iiupma i
Savings Bank of Ocala. G-15-3t
RATES Six line minimum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six-times
75c; one month. $3. Payable in ad-
WANTED To LEND
client. No brokerage,
$1000 for a
I). Niel Fei-8-Jt
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
York, for sample copy of the Truth
Seeker, a free thought and agnosuc
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 cood condition before re-sell
ing. Repair sewing machines, lawn
mowers, enamelware, etc. J. V
Hunter, 310, 312, 314 S. Main St. tf
F W "TOO SOSM,'aSMO,
Shady, June 16. Mrs. Ernest Blair
and two children of Winter Garden,
are visiting Mrs. Blair's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. L. Redding.
Mrs. Bennett Johnson and little
daughter, Martha of Gainesville, vis
ited relatives here and in Ocala Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mrs. George Turner and two little
sons went to Inglis Sunday for a few
days' visit with Mrs. Tnmer s daugh
ter, Mrs. George Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bourlay and
babyo Orlando were guests of Mr.
G. A. Liddon and sons Sunday.
Misses Ida Perkins and Naomi Hol Holland
land Holland are spending a few weeks at
Fort Mlers, guests of Mrs. Max Will Williams.
iams. Williams. Miss Grace Turner returned Sunday
fiom a happy visit to relatives at In-
FOR EXCHANGE New house of
five rooms and bath, never occupied,
in Miami, Fla., for small farm on
a hard road near Ocala. WT. Z. Da
vis, Gen. Del., Ocala. ll-6t
FOR SALE 191i model Ford tour
ing car in Al condition. Apply to
C. A. Hollow-ay, 715 Lime street,
Ocala, Fla. ll-6t
LIGHT PLEASURE CAR OR
it matters not the magic touch
of our paint brush and lo! it is
at once transformed into a new
car or truck. At least, to all
appearances it is new. Our auto
painting and finishing not only
improves its looks but adds to
TOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a patent wax paste
that makes old tops 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 aiM OILS
LET US REPAIR, PAINT AND UPHOLSTER YOUR CAR, SO
YOU C,N ENJOY IT YOURSELF OR SELL TO ADVANTAGE.
AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED
J. W. HUNTER
Aao1q SOUTH MAGNOLIA STREET
HJCcfild OLD METROPOLITAN THEATER IvJJ. IUC1
HOTEL ALBERT f
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA y
Modern Throughout. Rates
from $1.50 day. Child e M
Restaurant Adjoining p
r W w 9 W 9 W
For All Classes Ot
Stone, Brick, WocuS,
j. D. McCaskill
Phone 446. 728 WTenon St.
FOR SALE Pedigreed New Zealand
Red Rabbits and black fur bearing
rabbits. Mrs. F. M. McCarl, care
J. A. Manly, R. F. D. A 7, Ocala. Ct
APARTMENTS FOR RENT Yonge
apartments, Yonge block. Ft. King
ave., now open for inspection. Phone
504, or ask for Mr. Yonge up upstairs.
stairs. upstairs. 12-Gt
TAKEN UP One black colt was
taken up on South Magnolia street
. on June 9th. This colt will be
found at No. 907 S. Magnolia St.
Theodore Michell. 14-6t
as us -vwcia
Mr. L. A. Jones went to Orlando
Sunday on a business trip.
Just when we were feeling that
Shady was so peacefully situated,
with Mount Calvary on the west,
Mount Olivet on the east and a band
(family) of Angels guarding us just
outside the boundary on the north, we
are informed that a bear, a really
truly black bruin, has been invading
our territory. It seems that tracks
have been seen crossing the Edwards
farm and black bear hair left on the
fence, after an effort to get out, has
been identified by Mr. Edwards and
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE First
class jack. Will consider car in good
order. Call at Hunter s Auto Ex
WM. A. TINSMAN
Brick and Plastering
Tile and Marble Flooring
215 Fifth Street. Phone 526
inn mil 1 ill m 1 mi I I TimiirHiilllfl i"- "in "Mum im 1 mini mil iir T
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.
WHENEVER you have a need in our line and
want it quick
We will ive you Absolutely Accurate and Immediate
Service, and deliver to you perhaps before you
could reach our store.
We ive special attention to phone orders because we
know the need is urgent, and we send you just
what vou want.
Read the Star Want Ads. It pays
: -- -- : 1 5
FOR SALE At Burbank, Marion
county, ten acres, all cleared and ; -V-
fenced; 5-room house, good well,!
barn and outbuildintrs. Will saci-
fiee for $600 cash. Address R. P. ;
Milne, owner, Zephyrhills, rla. 3t U'jii
LOST Wednesday afternoon, pink
cameo brooch; believed to have been
lost on courthouse square. Return (c)
tc Star office and get jre ward. 3t
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FOR SALE Five passenger 1919
model Maxwell car, cheap for cash.
In perfect running order. Apply
to owner. T. D. Howell, 209 Orange
avenue, Ocala. Fla. 16-6t
WE ARE PLEASED to announce that
we will open a Delicatessen Department
in our store in the very near future.
MACHINES have all been bought for
Mayonnaise Salads, Meat Loafs, Rel Relishes,
ishes, Relishes, etc. We will also grind our own
man or boy H. A. Waterman has it in j
OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1920
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of the State of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, in and for Marion County, in
CITY OF OCAI.A. a Municipal Corpor Corporation
ation Corporation Organized and Existing Un-U-r
the Laws of the Stale of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, Complainant, vh. STATE OF
To the Tax Pay r.-s and Citizens of the
City of Oeala, Florida:
Vou are hereby notified that on the
l.'th day of June, A. D. 1920, the City
of Oca la, a municipal corporation or organized
ganized organized and existing under the laws
of the state of Florida, of the county
of Marion, and state of Florida, filed
an,3 presented in the circuit court r
the Fifth Judicial Circuit of the state
of Florida, in and for Marlon county,
in chancery, its petition in the above
entith-d cause against the .State of
Florida for the purpose of determining
Die authority of said city to incur cer certain
tain certain bonded debt, hereinafter specified,
and to determine the legality of all
proceedings had or taken in connec connection
tion connection therewith and to s-cure the -validation
and confirmation of said bond bonded
ed bonded debt. The said bonded debt desired
to be incurred by said city being as
liy the issuance of negotiable coupon
bonds of said city of Ocala, in the a?-i-regate
amount of $50,000; said bonds
l he in the denomination of $1000 each
and to be numbered frn-n one to fifty,
both nmnber.s inclusive, both the prin principal
cipal principal and interest of .-aid bonds being
payable at the ofhee ot the city treas treasurer
urer treasurer of the City of Ocala, in Ocala,
Florida; said bonds bearing interest at
ttie rate of Ave per e nt. per annum,
;aid interest being payable semi semi-aMiually
aMiually semi-aMiually n the 1st day of April and
the 1st day of October in each year
alter the date of said ionds, provided
that the first interest coupons on said
bonds .shall not be made due until
April 1st, following the sale or dis disposal
posal disposal of said bonds; that said bonds to
be dated October 1st, i:-20, and bonds
numbered 1 to 2j both numbers in in-clu.sivc,
clu.sivc, in-clu.sivc, in the aggregate sum of
$25,000 to mature ten years after date
thereof and bonds numbered 26 to 50,
both numbers inclusive, In the aggre aggregate
gate aggregate .sum of ? 25,000 to mature twenty
j ears after date thereof. Said bonds
to be designated "Street Improvement
lionds," and to be issued for the pur purpose
pose purpose of paying part of the costs of
grading, paving and curbing certain
streets or portions of streets in the
City of Ocala. The issuance of said
bonds having been authorized by the
lection duly had and held in said City
of Ocala, Florida, on the 11th day of
You arc further notified that pur pursuant
suant pursuant to Chapter 868 of the Laws oi"
Florida, approved May 18th, 1915, the
judge of the above styled court on the
15th day of June, A. D. 1920, issued an
order in this said cause against the
State of Florida, requiring it thru the
state attorney of the circuit court of
the Fifth Judicial Circuit of the State
of Florida, in and for Marion county,
requiring him to show cause before
the judge of the above styled court, at
chambers in Ocala. Marion county,
Florida, on the
13th day of July, A. D. 1920
at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., why
said bonds should not be validated and
You are further notified and requir required
ed required to show cause, if any you have, at
said time and place specified in said
order to said- state attorney, why said
bonds should not be validated and con confirmed.
firmed. confirmed. Witness my hand and official seal at
Ocala, Marion county, Florida, this
15th day of June, A. D. 1920.
(Seal) p. H. NUGENT.
.Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
' Judicial Circuit of the State of
Florida, in and for Marion County.
F. It. HOCK Fit,
Solicitor for Complainant. 17-thurs
If you have any society items,
Mr. Leland Dent, well known in the
city, is here for a couple of days.
i3s Mabel Meffert is in Gaines-
j ville attending the teachers' normal
ttresting meeting at the club house
yesterday and several business mat matters
ters matters were attended to, anions which
was the taking into the club of five
- litw members, namely: Mrs. Phillip
: G. Murphy, Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs.
, H. B. Clarkson, Mrs. E. Blackshea.
and Mrs. R. L. Ande:son Jr.
Mrs. Thomas Sexton and children
are vsitiing relatives at Fellowship
for a few days.
i Many Ocala people will be interest interest-i
i interest-i ea to learn that Miss Eleanor Crorn,
a former Ocala girl, is now society
J reporter for the Gainesville Sun and
j is making splendid progress in her
Mr. H. S. Grimes, route agent of
the American Express Company with
j headquarters in Tampa, is a visitor t
; the city.
Master Harry Dozier accompanied
Rev. John Conoley to Gainesville to-
I day to be his guest for the remainder
1 of the week.
Master Jim Cox is haying a de-
lightful visit at Eastlake, the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. McEwan, who are
; spending the summer at the lake in
j their residence recently purchased
; from Mr. L. K. Chazal.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
j Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-j
j Every-j thing we sell i- guaranteed. We're
j fighting for QUJTY not prices-
The many friends of Mrs. T. H.
Wallis will regret to hear of her con continued
tinued continued illness at her home on East
Mr. Hugh Geiger, a former Ocala
boy but now a resident of Meredith,
Conn., is a visitor in town for a week
oi so at the home of Mr. R. T. Stroud.
W. K. Lane. M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear. Nose anril
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent Ntore,
Ocala. Fla. tf
Mr. Max Israelson returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon from a combined
business and pleasure trip to New
York city, Baltimore and Newport
Mrs. Dell Moody and daughter re returned
turned returned yesterday from a delightful
visit to realtives in New York city
and after a few hours' stay in town
proceeded to their home at Oklawaha.
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
The executive board of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club held an important and in-
One Mare, One Cow and Calf,
Rose V. Falana, Admx.
Florida Citrus Exchange
Returns Growers More
Than Do the Speculators
During the season just ended the
Florida Citrus Exchange showed in increased
creased increased efficiency in marketing fruit,
despite adverse conditions.
It is a well-known fact that year
after year the co-operating growers
forming the Florida Citrus Exchange
secure prices averaging higher than the
returns of speculative marketing agen agencies
cies agencies for fruit of equal quality.
The increased costs of labor, fertil fertilizer,
izer, fertilizer, spray materials and all grove op operations
erations operations make it imperative that grow growers
ers growers receive the full market value of the
fruit they produce. The Florida Citrus
Exchange helps them to realize fair
profits on their labor and investments.
Applications for membership in the
Florida Citdus Exchange should be
made during the summer months.
For full information, write the busi business
ness business manager at Tampa, or call on
Marion County Citrus Sub-Exchange
First National Bank Building
Eleven years of unqualified success. Proven
stability. Increasing advantages to members.
r r r i i i i
Mrs. W. T. Cole left Tuesday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for points in South Carolina
to spend the summer with relatives.
j On her return in the fall Mrs. Cole
i will go to Marianna to make her
home with her son, Mr. Harry Cole.
Miss Pearl Fausert returned Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon from an exceedingly
enjoyable two weeks visit to Miami
and en route home remained in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville for a week's stay, the guest
of her brother, Mr. Andrew Fausett.
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
Mr. W. I). Richey of Tampa arriv arrived
ed arrived in the city yesterday afternoon for
a visit until today at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Knight, where his
wife is a uest. Mr. Richey's friends
art always glad to welcome him to j
Misses Margaret and Nan Jewett
of Lakeland, the attractive little
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford
Jewett, are the guests of their aunt,
Miss Meta Jewett for three weeks
while their parents are attending the
Rotary Club convention in Atlantic
Only one-third actual factory cost.
Government farm wagons; fine for
farm, crosstie and general use; a big
advance in freight rates is coming so
don't delay; warehouse near you; aiso
harness and saddles. Write today.
Government Surplus Goods Co., Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Fla. 8-8t
Mr. E. K. Nelson and daughtei,
Miss Elizabeth Nelson of Tampa, aft after
er after a short visit in the city with
friends, returned yesterday by auto automobile
mobile automobile to their home, accompanied by by-Mrs.
Mrs. by-Mrs. Alfred Beck of Fort Lauderdale,
who will be their guest until Monday,
returning then to Ocala to be the
guest for several weeks of her sister,
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Godwin and lit little
tle little daughters returned last night
from Clearwater, where they were
called on account of the serious ill illness
ness illness and death of Mrs. Godwin's
mother, Mrs. E. A. Boyd. Mrs. Boyd
was 65 years old and much loved and
respected by a large circle of friends.
She leaves a devoted husband, two
sons and five daughters to mourn her
death, all of whom were with her dur during
ing during her last hours. Her body was
laid to rest in the old family burying
ground at Sylvan Abbey, near Safety
Harbor, and the funeral was attended
by many sorrowing friends and relatives.
USED CARS FOR SALE
One-ton worm drive Ford truck,
only used about thirty days.
One Reo Speed Wagon (truck).
One model N Hupmobile.
All these cars are in first class
shape and prices are very low.
l(,-6t T. M. KILGORE,
120 S. Magnolia St. Phone 117.
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
Advertising is almost a sure thing.
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
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:35 pm
2:lFam Manatee- 4:05 pm
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:12 pm JacksonvilleNYork 3:15 am
1 :4F nm Jksonville-Gainaville 3:35 Dm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 am
3:18 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 nm
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland l:i:opm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:2Jam Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service ii
second to none
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
-.mi. i mi uli,
ni mtM -nif
of all kinds
Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite
a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would
have. pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most
disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with
butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have
regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but
after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just
seemed (o tear my stomach all up. I found they were
no good at all for my trouble. I heard
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recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured
me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best
liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or
stomach trouble any 'more." Biack-Draught acts on
the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of
throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sys system.
tem. system. This medicine should be in every household for
use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel
sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists.
ONE CENT A DOSE
YOU CAN SAVE
On your shoe bills by having us re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. MAZON & CO.
Ret ween Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
Trade at home and save money.
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HTHE drinks the youngsters
X u ream about Ward Orange Orange-Crush
Crush Orange-Crush and Lemon-Crush. Moth
ers need not hesitate to Rive?
their little ones ail they want
because the drinks are the very
essence of purity and quality quality-The
The quality-The flavors come entirely from
the delicious oils pressed fron
sun-matured oranges and lemons
purest granulated sugar and citric
acid the natural acid of oranges
at fountains or in bottle
Prepared by Orange Cruh Co.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1920
Temperature this morning, 7:i; this
The band will give its weekly con concert
cert concert tomorrow evening- at the court
house square instead of this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Acosta of
Savannah, Ga., have arrived in the ;
city for a visit with the former's sis- (
ter, Mrs. T. H. Wallis. j
The iurv failed to agree in the j
trial of J. S. Sampson, colored, on a
petty larceny charge before Judge
Smith yesterday afternoon, and the
case was dismissed.
Everybody in Ocala will be glad to j
learn that Ben Bell, an ex-Ocala boy, J
has been nominated for superinten- j
dwent of schools in Palm Beach ;
Mr. Frank Mathews, the skilled
boat builder, is here for a visit to his j
relatives and friends in Candler and;
Ocala. He and his family expetc to
make their home in Daytona.
.Tude W. E. Smith yesterday offic
iated at' the marriage of Mr. Gillham
and Mrs. Rufus S. Williams, both cf
Candler, and Mr. John B. Dnggers
of Juliette and Miss Stella A. Carter
On account of the dance given to
Messrs. Jack Camp Jr. and Reginald
MacKay this evening by Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Camp at their beautiful home,
Mr. Carmichael has postponed his
opening ball at the springs until next
Thursday night, when it will be an
event of large proportions.
of Atlanta, is a business visitor in
town for several days, and is being
kept busy receiving congratulations
and best wishes from his friends as
this is his first trip to Ocala since his
marriage several months ago.
Mr. R. M. Perry, formerly of this
city, but living for the past year or
so in Orlando, was in town today on
his way to Atlanta, where he has a
good position. Mr. Perry is looking
and feeling well.
The city has had broad, white park parking
ing parking marks made on the pavement on
South Main between Broadway and
Fort King, and the marshal says he
is going to pull autoists who disre disregard
gard disregard them. If he hauls a few up be
fore hizzoner, the others will behave.
Ocala has a distinguished visitor in
the city for a few days in the person
nf Mr. B. W. Alberts, representing
the Ford Educational Weekly of Ch
cago. Mr. Alberts is on a prospect prospecting
ing prospecting tour in the interest of securing
scenes for moving pictures. He has
traveled quite extensively but says
that Silver Springs is the most
beautiful and marvelous pieces of nat natural
ural natural scenery he has found. Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Bennett had Mr. Alberts
out this morning showing him all
points of interest and it was a great
pleasure to them to have such an en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic and interested guest.
tain an announcement that will be of
special interest to the ladies. During
Mr. Israelson's absence on his pur purchasing
chasing purchasing tour he visited Mrs. Israelson,
who is spending several months with
her mother at Newport News, Va.
She expects to return home in about
The fire at 3:45 p. m. was at Oscar
Johnson's house out on West Broad Broadway,
way, Broadway, and was a very small blaze.
Mr. H. C. Parker, formerly with
the National Biscuit Company, but
now traveling for a business firm out
Mr. Max Israelson, manager of
Frank's store, returned yesterday
from a three weeks' purchasing tour
in the east, and says he was never
more fortunate in getting a desirable
line of goods that will please his lady
customers. Ever since his first day's
arrival in the markets the goods have
been rolling in by express and Mr.
Tempi son savs there is now on hand
the most complete line of ladies' ready
to wear goods he has had in many
months. Tomorrow's paper will con-
Fellowship, June 15. Mrs. E. A.
Oumpton left Sunday for Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, where she will visit relatives
for a few days.
Mr. Oby Shearer of Kentucky, was
visiting his brothers, H. L. and J. R.
Shearer some te ndays ago. While out
here he purchased the old Brinson
place joining his brothers' farms.
Well, Mr. Editor, that was a pretty
good bull story you told on Gordon
Scott and John Taylor while on their
way to the lake. Either one of the
men was big enough to have taken
the bull by the horns and bored the
J ether end of him into the ground.
We are having some dry days now
and the farmers are killing grass
while the sun shines.
Misses Nina Seckinger and Fae
Beck and Mr. Claud McCully are at
tending the teachers' normal school at
Mr .and Mrs. S. B. Brooks gave a
social last Thursday evening in honor
of Mr. Claud McCully and Mises Fae
Beck and Nina Seckinger. They play played
ed played various games until 10:30. Then
all were invited out to the dining
room, where they were served with
refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks
with their charming daughter. Miss
Leone, proved themselves to be admir admirable
able admirable entertainers and all report hav having
ing having a pleasant time.
Advertising is almost a sure thing.
(Continued from First Page)
Delegates to National Convention:
The four leaders are Harris, 1320;
Clark, 1282; Gilchrist, 944; Apple Apple-yard,
yard, Apple-yard, G54. The others received only
District Delegates: Davis, 1209;
Fitch, 954; Pennington, 351.
Representative: Blowers 331; Folks
ond choice 144; Light 322. Majority
for Hunter 286.
Sheriff: Thomas 1572; Sherouse
Cierk Circuit Court: Ayer 226;
Connor 160; Lancaster 890, second
choice 68; Thomas 607, second choice
68. Majority for Lancaster 283.
Tax Assessor: Colbert 869, second
choice 54; Credle 651, second choice
68; Davis 327. Majority for Colbert
County Judge: Futch 1166; Jeffcoat
581 Majority for Futch 485.
Superintendent of Public Instruc Instruction:
tion: Instruction: Cam 725; Shealey 1126. Majority
for Shealey 401.
The county commissioners will
probably be Weathers, Clyburn, Wa Waters
ters Waters and Talton, beside either Meffert
oi Pickett, whose choice must be de decided
cided decided in the general election.
Beleview, June 16. It was with
much sorrow that the news was re received
ceived received Sunday of the death of Mrs.
Sarah Van Harn, which occurred the
previous Wednesday, resulting from
an attack of pneumonia. She has
spent many winters in Belleview and
her bright, cheerful ways will be sad sadly
ly sadly missed by her many friends here.
Much sympathy is felt for her son
and his family and her brothers in
Kroll's best made Work Pants $2.65
at Fishel's. 4-4t
CHEVROLET, COLUMBIA and COLE
Cast Iron, Steel and Brass Welding
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS
OCALA MOTOR CO C-L Simmons
N. Main St. Phone 71
Ocala Iron Works
Dixie Highway Garage
JAMES ENGESSER, Proprietor
121 W. Broadway phone 253 Ocala, Florida
Ford Repairs a Specialty
. We Use Genuine Ford Parts in Our Ford Cars
Arco and Diamond Tires and Tubes
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
IF. ComdWraOs Goodyear Serwice ttaioi
Corner oi Ft. King and Osceola
Get Goodyear Tire Economy for
That Smaller Car
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Just as owners, of the highest-priced auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles get greater mileage and economy
out of Goodyear Tires, so can the owners
of smaller cars similarly enjoy Goodyear
The 30x3-, 30x3-, and 31x4-inch sizes of
Goodyear Tires ;ire built to afford a money's
worth in performance and satisfaction which
only the utmost in experience, resources
and care can produce.
This extraordinary money's worth begins
not only with the merit of these tires, but
also with the first cost, which in most cases
is no greater, and sometimes actually is less,
than that of other makes of the same types
Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station
Dealer for Goodyear Tires for your Ford,
Che vrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or other cars taking
these sizes. He is ready to supply you Good Goodyear
year Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes at the same time.
MOW (GOING ON
Boys' $4.00 Work and
Dress Shoes, 0 AO
Now :..) 41. tO
Men's Work Shoes from
'lAft pairs Men's, Wo Wo-vU
vU Wo-vU men's and Child Children's
ren's Children's White C a n v a 6
Shoes, regular price
$1.50, now QPp
per pair yO
Ladies' $12.00 Dress
Oxfords, brown GJQ
and black .V"
Ladies' $10.00 Dress
Oxfords, now "7
per pair.. V
Other Men's Shoes Cut The Same Way.
Bii CM M CMtoli
For Mem amcl Boys.
A Deep Cut in Overalls and Boys's Pants.
30 x 3 Y2 Goodyear Double-Cure 50
Fabric, All-Weatber Tread ZJ
30x3V2 Goodyear Single Cure 50
Fabric, Anti-Skid Tread J.
Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thick, strong tubes that
reinforce casings properly. Why risk a good casing with a
cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more
than tubes of less merit. 30x3A in water- $A50
proof bag ,, it
South Magnolia St.
S O NFS
BROWN WILL HAVE j
A HEARING TOO AY
L. L. Brown, who was arrested yes- j
A i a. : : : Xf v "R I
Goldman on a grand larceny charge,
wili be given a preliminary trial in
Judge Smith's court this afternoon, j
Since his arrest in this case another
charge of petty larceny has been en- i
tered against Brown, and this will
also be disposed of after the arraign arraignment
ment arraignment on the grand larceny charge
advertise in the Star.
Full line of latest model Singer
sewing machines and also a few
slightly used machines, $7.50, $15 and
$25. Hemstitching 1214. for cotton
and 15c. for silk per yard. SINGER
STORE, 11C Fort King Ave. 15-5t
CORD TIRE BARGAIN
A pair of 20 x G Goodyear weather
tread cord tires used less than 1500
miles, at a big bargain. Carroll
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