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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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EVENING

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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Saturday.
H ALA, MOHIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 25. 1920.
VOL. 2G, NO. 152
POPULATION OF
CONTESTS BEFORE
THE COMMITTEE
STRIVING TO STOP
UNITED STATES
THE STRIKES

TURKS CONTINUE II IS OF CRITICAL APPROVED BILL
TO BE TURBULENT IMPORTANCE OF EXEMPTIONS

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Estimated at One Hundred and Five
Million by Chief Statistician
of Census Bureau

(Associated Press)
Washington, June 25. The popula
tion of continental United States is
estimated at 1 05,000.000 by Chief Sta Statistician
tistician Statistician Hill of the census bureau,
basing his calculation on the combined
population of 1400 cities and towns.
It is also announced that ihe increase
over 1910 is placed at about 13,000,-
000, showing the growth of the coun country
try country has not kept pace with previous
oecades.
ANOTHER BRANCH OF HELLISH HELLISH-NESS
NESS HELLISH-NESS The establishment of a Latin-American
branch of the Third International
of Moscow at Mexico City, to spread
bolsheviki propaganda through North
and South America, is reported by
the newspaper Excelsior, of Mexico
City, copies of which have been re received
ceived received by the department of state.
SOME DAY THEY'LL
STRIKE THE WRONG NOTE
Washington, June 25. Circulars
calling on American workers to re refrain
frain refrain from participation in the com coming
ing coming presidential election and insteal
join in a general strike came into the
hands of the department of justice
yesterday. Investigation was ordered
to determine the origin of the pamph pamphlets,
lets, pamphlets, which are signed by "The Amer American
ican American Anarchist Federated Commune
Soviets."
DIVORCEES MARRIED
BY A DARKEY
Danville, Va., June 25. A wedding
ceremony unparalleled in this town of
stern Southern beliefs was performed
a few days ago when a white couple
were made man and wife by a negro
minister, who was asked to officiate.
A couple came here from Franklin
county, obtained a license and went
to the home of a well-known Baptist
minister, who told them he could not
marry them because the man had
been divorced, and that there was an
agreement among the white clergy to
perform no ceremony for a man or
woman who had been defended in
such action. The couple then drove to
the humble cabin of a negro preacher
who had no such scruples, and the
ceremony was performed.
FAVOR PROHIBITION
Buenos Aires, May 26. (Corres (Correspondence
pondence (Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
From Punta Arenas, which is at the
bottom of the world, where ships call
in weathering the Straits of Magellan
to leave supplies for the 35,000 inhab inhabitants,
itants, inhabitants, comes a dispatch saying that
the maritime workers of the port
have resolved that in the future they
will not unload any liquors containing
alcohol. The antecedents of this pro prohibition
hibition prohibition movement are not disclosed,
but the dispatch says: "This resolu resolution
tion resolution has caused serious damage on ac account
count account of having been taken without
warning the liquor merchants."
SHE GOT THE JOB
(Associated Press)
Duncan, Okla., June 25. The first
woman sheriff of the southwest was
installed recently when Mrs. William
Gates announced as the chief plank
of Stephens county here.
"There will be no bootlegging or
moonshining in these parts." Mrs.
Gate sannounced as the chief plank
of her platform, and to prove she
meant what she said, she seized three
stills within a week after she assum assumed
ed assumed office.
Mrs. Gates succeeded her husband,
who while on his deathbed summoned
the three commissioners of Stephen
county and asked them to elect his
wife to the office. They promised that
they would do so, and that is why Mrs.
Gates became the first woman sheriff
o fthe southwest.
Mrs. Gates despite the fact that
she has accepted the responsibilities
of the sheriff's office in a county near
the oil fields where there is an incli inclination
nation inclination to disregard laws, is feminine
and domestic. She has never before
appeared in public life, and her time
and energy have been devoted to her
heme.
The inside work of the office has
been assumed by the woman sheriff
who dictates its policies, while the
outside tasks of riding, serving pap papers
ers papers and hanging prisoners is delegat delegated
ed delegated to three male deputies. "My hus husband's
band's husband's policies were satisfactory to
Stephens county and I will follow
clsely in each step of his career," Mrs.
Gates said.
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dals, sandals, tennis shoes, children's wash
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Prohibition May be Entirely Ignored
by the Democratic Party in
Its Platform

(Associated Press)
San Francisco, June 25. The na
tional committee meets today to draw
up a temporary roll of delegates for
the convention. Three contests are
expected but that involving efforts to
give Senator Reed of Missouri a seat
with the delegation from that state
promised more than routine interest.
Only one contest, that from Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, has been officially filed with the
committee. The Georgia contest is
expected by party leaders to be set settled
tled settled in favor of the delegates friendly
to the nomination of Attorney Gen General
eral General Palmer, the decision carrying
with it confirmation of Clark Howell
as the national committeeman.
The contest from Oregon is not re regarded
garded regarded as serious and might not ma materialize
terialize materialize at all.
A mysterious boom for the nomina nomination
tion nomination of McAdoo and the conflict over
a prohibition enforcement plank are
approaching more definite shape. Mc McAdoo
Adoo McAdoo adherents are said today to be
shaping their plans to withhold his
name from balloting throughout the
early tsages and wait until the ex-
petced deadlock between Palmer and
Governor Cox of Ohio develops.
On the prohibition enforcement
question there has developed a sud
den movement to ignore it entirely
in drafting the platform.
MUSIC AIDS THE STUDENTS
(Associated Press)
Cambridge, Mass., June 25. The
faculties of Harvard University and
the Masachusetts Institute of Tech Technology
nology Technology have taken action to dispel or
to allay the, undergraduate body of
final examinations.
The tests which the students of the
Institute have undergone this month
may be the last of the kind at "Tech."
A committee of faculty members,
alumni and undergraduates have been
appointed to investigate methods of
testing the college man's knowledge
and proficiency in studies other than
by the customary examination. This
step followed unsuccessful attempt
to have the students accept the honor
system.
At Harvard there has been no con consideration
sideration consideration of the proposal to do away
with examinations but there has been
action to ease the mental strain which
they put on the students. The sooth soothing
ing soothing charms attributed to music, and
its powers to stimulate sluggish
minds to active thought, have been
called upon as first aid to undergrad undergraduates
uates undergraduates beset with troublesome tests.
Under the direction of Professor A.
T. Davidspn, university choirmaster,
musical recitals of ten minutes have
been given daily in Appleton Chapel
during the examination season. They
have been held in the morning, just
before the first of the day's examina examinations
tions examinations was to begin. The programs
consisted of light classical selections,
and proved popular alike among men
who had sat up all night with their
books and hollow-eyed and nervous,
sought rest and calm; and among
others who, after a night of sleep,
sought from the music a mental stim stimulus
ulus stimulus for the tests which lay ahead.
THE REACTION
"Pardon me for referring to it, sir,"
said the profiteering plute's head ac accountant,
countant, accountant, "but your surplus is grow growing
ing growing at a really disgraceful rate."
"Yes," replied his employer, "but in
a short time my wife's bills for tht
current month for goods purchased
from other profiteers will come in, and
when I have paid them my hoard will
be reduced to respectable propor proportions."
tions." proportions." Kansas City Star.
CALVARY
Calvary, June 25. The farmers
are very busy gathering and ship shipping
ping shipping tomatoes.
Mrs. D. A. Fort and children, Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth and Helen Fort returned home
Friday accompanied by Mrs. Moxley
and three children, Louis, John Thom Thomas
as Thomas and the baby.
Miss Lottie Morrison and Mr. Earl
Crosby were united in marriage last
Thursday evening.
Mr. Earl Crosby and Miss Lottie
Morrison and sisters, Misses Sallie,
Dollie and Jessie and niece, little Au Audrey,
drey, Audrey, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. j.
W. Morrison last Wednesday evening.
Mrs. A. F. Smith and little son re returned
turned returned home today, accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs." Crosby.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison were
visiting in Martel Sunday and were
accompanied home by Miss Dollie
Home.
Mr. Tilden Gillis and sister, Fay
Gillis were business visitors in the
county seat Monday.

They Instruct Thtir Delegates Not to
Sign Ah ay Symrna. Adrianople
of Thrace

(Associate'! Press)
Constantinople, June 25. The
Turkish delegation hai been instruct instructed
ed instructed to refuse to sijrn any peace treaty
which depr ives Turkey or the Symrna
district, Adrianople or eastern Thrace
GREEKS ADVANCING
Smyrna, June 2TK The Creeks, who
began an offensive Monday against
Turkish nationalist forces, continued
to advance northward in Asia Minor,
Greek army headquarters announced.
AMERICANS FREED BY TURKS
Paris, June 7. (Correspondence
oi Associated Press.) Mrs. Richard
Mansfield, widow of the American ac actor,
tor, actor, and Colin Clements, of New York,
pcet and pluywriht, have returned
to Paris after boinir held prisoners bv
the Turkish nationalists at Urfa, Mes Mesopotamia,
opotamia, Mesopotamia, for three months. They
have been doincr relief work among
the Armenians for the past year.
They escaped to Jerablus, on the Eu Euphrates,
phrates, Euphrates, and from there were taken
to Aleppo by friendly Arabs.
HAS THE OFFICE KEEN
OFFERED TO HITCHCOCK
(Associated Press)
Washington, June 25. Senator
Hitchcock announced today that he
would not accept the democratic vica vica-presidential
presidential vica-presidential nomination. The an announcement
nouncement announcement was made in a telegram
to the Nebraska national committee committeeman,
man, committeeman, answering a letter in which it
was said Mr. Hitchcock had been
prominently mentioned for the vice
presidency.
APPLICATION FOR PARDON
W. S. Tucker
Notice is hereby given that I tha
undersigned who was convicted of
being accessory to the crime of grand
larceny, in the spring term of the
circuit court of Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and sentenced to serve one year
in the state penitentiary, will make
application for pardon before the
next meeting of the pardon board,
which will meet in Tallahassee, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, July 6th and 7th, 1920.
6-22-10t W. S. Tucker.
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Of Tailoring that distinguish the discriminating dresser
from the freakish fads
A New Arrival of Serges
and English Worsteds at

Suits with a snap a square-set, well-groomed appearance that
characterizes the successful young business, the complacent pro professional
fessional professional man. Blue Serges in all wool, finely tailored, in two
and three piece suits. English worsteds, tweeds and novelty
weaves. The finest collection we've had this season, and at
prices considerably below the late market prices.
MODELS FOR SLIM, MEDIUM AND STOUT FIGURES

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Says Wilson that North Carolina
Votes Next Month for
Equal Suffrage
A3ociaiea i-reaaj
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yasningxon, June zo. rresiaenr.
Wilson has sent a message to Gover-
nor uickett and Senators bimmons
and overman of North Carolina, sug-
gesting that he need not point out
to mem me critical importance oi
action by the North Carolina legisla-
ture on tne leuerai suffrage amend-
ment wnen tne assembly meets in spe-
ciai session next montn.
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HAVE INTERNATIONAL
COURT AT HAGUE
Commission of Jurists in Session in
that City in Order to Organize
the Tribunal
(Associated rrs)
The Hague, June 25. The commis
sion of jurists in session here for
the formation of a court of interna
tional justice as provided by tha
League of Nations covenant, has de
cided the court shall be located at The
Hague.
Arrival and departure of nassencrerl
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
ine loaowfng
lished as information and not guar
anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:35 pm
Tamnfl
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St. Petersburg
2:15 am Tampa 2:15&m
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-SL Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE K. R.
Leave Arrive
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1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
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m RfPoioWTVoio 9.i9wr
3:18 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-LakeIand 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am 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.
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nlices Will TaWa Thir
to the SuDreme Cmrt
f Associated Press)
Grand Ran ds. June 24. Thp hill .-.f
exceptions and assignment of error
filed for Senator Kcwherrv nnrl civ
teen others convicted of corrm.tinn in
the senatorial election has been an-
proved bv Federal Judire Sessions nn,1
the case will go to the United States
supreme court as soon as plans have
been completed
CROWELL HAS RESIGNED
HIS IMPORTANT OFFICE
(Associated Press)
Washington, June 25. Benedict
Crowell, assistant secretary of war,
has resigned, effective July 1st, and
the resignation has been accepted.
The president is expected to appoint
his successor soon. Crowell will en enter
ter enter private business.
PROTEST AGAINST
BRITISH INDIAN POLICY
London, June 25. Advices from
many parts of India tell of the im
pressive observance of the "hartal,"
or cessation of business, as a protest
against the government policy toward
India. At a gathering in Bombay it
was the mogt serious situation in the
of India.
The loss from this voluntary clos
ing is estimated at, millions of pounds
sterling. The Bombay Chronicle stat
ed: "Never before in the history of
Bombay has such a complete cessation
of work been recorded." The Advo
cate of India said: "It cannot be de denied
nied denied that the Khilafat question has
been a nationa lone in India and the
Muslems are receiving almost unani
mous support from all sister commu communities."
nities." communities." At a conference held at Fyzabad a
resolution was passed proposing that
the visit of the Prince of Wales be
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mands regarding the Khilafat were
satisfied.
CABINET COMPLETED
Berlin, June 25. German Chancel
lor Konstantin Fehrenbach has com completed
pleted completed the formation of a cabinet.
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Officials of All Recognized Railroad
Unions Meeting in
Chicago

(Associated Press)
Chicago, June, 25. Officials of rec recognized
ognized recognized railroad unions met here to today
day today in an effort to keep their men in
line and put a top to unauthorized
strikes.
LONDONDERRY RETURNING
TO NORMAL CONDITION
(Associated Pi-ess)
Londonderry, June 25. The city
today is approaching its normal con condition.
dition. condition. Many business houses open opened
ed opened and the people are venturing in the
street. The food supply is short and
the town is without gas. The fighting
since midnight has been confined to
sniping.
SNIPERS WERE BUSY
London, June 25. Snipers were
busy inLmdonderry during the night,
according to a Central News dispatch.
Troops fired on the rioters several
times and also dispersed looters.
CARPETBAG RULE
Bucharest, June 4, (Correspond (Correspondence
ence (Correspondence of the Associated Press.) That
the carpet bagging system known to
the South after the civil war has been
applied by the Rumanians in their
new provinces of Bessarabia, Buko Buko-wina
wina Buko-wina and Transylvania, is the burden
of complaints that the minority popu population
lation population of these provinces are sending
ts the allied governments. It is charg charged
ed charged that these provinces have been
loaded up with dishonest civilian offic official?,
ial?, official?, who work in connection with the
armies of occupation to bulldoze and
terrorize the local inhabitants. It i
even charged that the wealthier land landowners
owners landowners are being arrested in the hope
that they will either desert their lands
or sell their homes far under the real
value.
According to Dr. Nicholas Lupu, re recently
cently recently minister of the interior, the
army of occupation in these provinces
should long since hase been removed.
"After four years of war soldiers
respect the rights of nobody," he said.
In Bessarabia, where the army is
kept as a protection against the bol bolsheviks,
sheviks, bolsheviks, the charges of mal-adminis-tration
have been many. It is stated
that here the army has also prevent prevented
ed prevented the just operation of the law pro
viding for the division of the land.
The gravest charges come from
Transylvania and the Hungarian
frontier, where the nationality bitter bitterness
ness bitterness has long been deep. On those
members of the Hungarian nobility
who have persisted in remaining on
their estates are quarter a half a
dozen soldiers or policemen who prac practically
tically practically hold them prisoners. While
the are able to operate their estates,
they are not permitted to receive vis visitors
itors visitors or mail except by permission of
those soldiers. Many instances are
cited where the head of the house has
been arrested and so harassed that he
had to flee, leaving his home in the
possession of his wife and daughter,
much after the manner of the Russian
and Polish landholders during the
early stages of bolshevism.
There are many ca?es cited where
thoroughbred horses have been stolen
and later entered into the races in the
different cities of Rumania.
TTir hivf Vippn numerous reDortS
w -x
that the Transylvanias hope to find
. -v u t
a way out oi tneir aimcuuies dv con converting
verting converting themselves into" a small- re republic,
public, republic, if later circumstances permit,
or else of again joining themselves to
the Hungarians.
It is charged that the land iz being
taken from the rightful owners and
divided up among the Rumanian car carpet
pet carpet baggers, who in turn sell it to the
Rumanian peasants of the country.
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.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.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.
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, a a
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.

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Where cleanliness leads, health is
sure to follow.
The best way for the Irish to secure
liberty is to behave themselves.
To cure is the voice of the past; to
prevent the demand of the future.
Hope Joe Earman will soon recover
from his earache. Everybody misses
his widespaced editorials.
Forewarned is forearmed. Let the
plague situation in Pensacola spell
prevent in capital letters.
A safety first suggestion: If your
child tells you its throat is sore and
hbrts, don't send it to school. Have
a doctor examine it.
The immense majorities for Fletcher
and Hardee have put the kibosh on
any republican movement in Florida
this year.
"Ruff on rats" campaigns should
be launched in every Florida town or
city. Absolutely "ratless" should be
our aim.
The Chicago negroes who burned
an American flag must have become
sadly perverted. Down here, we'd
hate to see any man try to insult or
destroy the flag where a bunch of
Southern negroes could see him.
The cities who are now trying to
make a big showing in the census will
be trying to drive a large proportion
of their population out in the country
when the rations begin to grow short.
The city dweller makes no bread nor
meat.
Hi Johnson of California was the
high Johnson from the golden state,
and that colored gemman, Johnson, of
Atlanta, was the hijjh Johnson of
Georgia, in the republican convention.
At present, Georgia is high and Cal California
ifornia California is low, we are too polite to say
who is Jack but Ohio has the game.
Really some of the after-primary
talk in the Arcadia Enterprise is al almost
most almost hot enough to start a fire in the
'Glades to keep 'Glades Fire Warden
Warden Andy Carter busy for a
week. Tampa Tribune.
Andy hasn't influence enough to
have anything fired except himself.
This business of McAdoo saying he
won't run, and Jenkins saying he is
going to nominate him anyhow, and
McAdoo saying "What more can I
do?" seems fishy to us. Let Mac
simply tell the newspapers that he
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doesn't want the nomination and
won't have it under any considera considera-i
i considera-i tion, and he will hear nothing more

about it. McAdoo's refusal was sen sensible;
sible; sensible; now if he doesn't stick to it he
will be beaten all the worse.
WHO IS MR. CLARKSON?
The following from the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union is worth the close attention of
the taxpayers:
A few days ago the Times-Union
published what purports to be an
interview with J. P. Clarkson of Tal Tallahassee
lahassee Tallahassee on the question of bonding
the state for twenty million dollars
for the purpose of building roads.
When we use the word "purported"
in connection with this interview we
arc actuated by a spirit of revenge
for Mr. Clarkson's insinuations in
referring to a letter incorporated in
an editorial in the Times-Union as
"purporting to be from a former resi resident
dent resident of the state." We stated that
it was from a former resident of the
state and do not see why Mr. Clark Clark-son
son Clark-son should have doubted the truthful truthfulness
ness truthfulness of the statement.
We gave Mr. Clarkson more space
than we are willing to take at one
time so we will probably refer to his
interview again. Today we discuss a
feature of it on which latter day pol politics
itics politics places a great value. Who Is
Mr. Clarkson?
Now if you are settling yourself
down comfortably in the pleasurable
anticipation that you are going to see
Mr. Clarkson ripped up the back and
otherwise roughly handled you will
be disappointed for Mr. Clarkson is
an estimable gentleman and as highly
esteemed by the Times-Union as any
man in Florida. When Mr. Clarkson
was in the newspaper game he was
one of the best newspaper men in the
state. He is a man of very great
ability and very fine character but
this is not telling the interesting
thng about him. He reformed from
the newspaper game several years
ago and became a state official and
his service to the state was as faith faithful
ful faithful and capable as his service of
newspapers had been. But he isn't a
state official any longer. We do not
know just what to call him but he is
in charge of the propaganda that is
designed to put over this issue cf
bonds. We mention this to let the
people of the state know that there
are men behind this movement who
are ready to spend a lot of money to
put it through and they have com commenced
menced commenced by outbidding the state of
Florida for the services of one of its
best officials. We do not charge that
Mr. Clarkson is trying to put a thing
over that he thinks would injure the
state. We do not believe there li
enough money to hire him to do that.
He believes in what he is doing and
the men behind him or at least many
of them probably believe in it. But
if this bond issue is authorized the
people of Florida will have to provide
money for its payment and it is not
amiss for them to know that the pro propaganda
paganda propaganda behind the movement is well
financed.
The debt will be placed on the
shoulders of the people of Florida and
the means of meeting it would after afterwards
wards afterwards be decided on. We will refer
to Mr. Clarkson's figures later, tho'
they are based on an uncertainty.
SHEALY-STEVENS
The Star is pleased to record the
marriage, at Sparr yesterday, of Miss
Ruth, youngest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Stephens, to Mr. Henry G.
Shcaly. Rev. Mr. Padgett officiated
at the wedding, which took place at
the home of the bride., and was
largely attended by friends.
Miss Ruth is a sweet and pretty
ycung lady, one of the charming fav favorites
orites favorites of Snarr people. We all know
Mr. Shealey, who will be our county
school superintendent after Jan. 1.
The Star joins their numerous friends
in best wishes.
Florida will vote democratic of
course. But we have heard a number
of good democrats say that if the
democrats swallow the labor dose, and
let Bryan put in his prohibition.
plank, they will hope for republican
success. The extortionate demands
of labor have cost Florida millions of
dollars this year.
Fearing that they are in danger of
being Canadianized compelled to
learn English and perhaps forced
some time into military service 8000
Mennonites (pacifist religionists orig
inally from Russia) are to emigrate
from western Canada to Mississippi
with all their world goods, valued at
$10,000,000. WTe have too many peo people
ple people wrho won't fight for their country
now.
Our idea of bliss is sitting in the
bathtub on Saturday night, with the
wrater up to our chin, thinking about
the money we've got in the bank. (WTe
already have the bathtub and the
chin, so all we lack in the money.)
Gainesville News.
That's the idea inland city folks
have. Come on over to Clearwater
Beach and you'll know what real joy
is. Clearwater Sun.
The fine thing about a bathtub is
that you can dive into it in your birth
day clothes, and not have to lose half
your religion worrying out of a wet
bathing suit when you come out.
Don't neglect that ounce of preven
tion remember that owing to the h.
c. of 1. it has doubled in value and
it's cheap at the price.
You can get Anthony Farm lamb
at Marsh's Main Street Market. 25-5t

HELP FOR THE SCHOOL

The University of Florida will ex extend
tend extend a tirm-ly and appropriate n-sii-tancf
to the (-u!a Industrial
School. Mr. K. ( Kilt-y, director f f
extension work of ihe University, wa
here Thursday, and informed the
supei intendent of ,th- school that the
Ur.iver.-ity would send teachers here
twice a week to in-truct the girls in
ait courses in home decoration, book bookkeeping,
keeping, bookkeeping, practical English and other
studies which will qualify them to en enter
ter enter high school grades. This will be
assistance of the most practical kind,
and there are probably few state uni universities
versities universities which give it.
A city is a mirror. It reflects the
people in it. Does your city show
cleanviness ?
Mrs. R. S. Willis of Crystal Riv?r
is a visitor in the city, a guest at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. li. L. Park.
Over fifty years ago a young
physician practiced widely in a j
rural district and became famous
for his uniform success in the
curing of disease. This was Dr.
Pierce, who afterwards estab established
lished established himself in Buffalo, N. Y.,
and placed one of his prescriptions,
which he called "Golden Medical
Discovery," in the drug stores of
the United States so that the pub public
lic public could easily obtain this very
remarkable tonic, corrective and
blood maker. Dr. Pierce manu manufactured
factured manufactured this "Discovery" fro:i
roots and barks a corrective
remedy, the ingredients of v!.ic
nature had put in the fields t.ud
forests, for keeping us healthy.
Few folks or families now L .!.:&
have not at sometime or other u ed
this "Golden Medical Discovc-y"1
for the stomach, liver and hart.
Over twenty -four million bottles
of this tonic and 'blood remedy
hye been sold in tliis country,
EDINBURGH
Scotland, with is picturesque people,
its quaint villages and wonderful old
castles, has been the mecca of tour tourists
ists tourists for many years. During the past
two years Edinburgh, Dunfermline,
Glasgow and other cities of Scotland
have seen much of the men of the
United States navy.
Coming in from the sea to the port
of Rosjth, U. S. men-of-war pass May
Island, a barren piece of rock and
earth towering like a giant sentinel,
guarding the entrance to the bay and
the humans within. On each side of
the channel, mountains of slate slate-colcred
colcred slate-colcred rock rise up obscuring all but
the heavens overhead. Far ahead can
be seen the Firth of Forth bridge,
one of the largest in the world, and
beyond in the mist, the towers of
Edinburgh Castle. Here it was that
the German fleet met the outposts of
the American and British fleets and
forever rescinded its vainglorious
challenge for the naval supremacy of
the world. No setting could be more
fitting for the final act in the great
drama of a navy that lost its soul.
American sailormen have been im impressed
pressed impressed with the courteous treatment
accorded them by the people of this
rugged country. Whenever an Amer American
ican American warship is in the bay at Rosyth
the citizens of Edinburgh act as hosts
to the bluejackets and the city takes
on gala attire in honor of its Ameri American
can American guests. Edinburgh, the capital
of Scotland, is an important center of
learning, and is distinguished for the
number and excellence of its literary,
scientific and educational institutions,
i These magnificent stone structures

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lend a dignity which enhances the
beauty of this garden city.
It is within easy reach of Rosyth
by rail and special trains are always
available for the sailorman. The city
is divided into the old and new town,
the former occupying the middle and
highest of three ridges extending
east and west. Castle Hill, Old Town,
is more than a mile long, and rises
with a regular but rather steep ac acclivity
clivity acclivity from the palace of Holyrood,
which is at the eastern end, to the
huge rock on which stands Edin Edinburgh
burgh Edinburgh Castle almost five hundred
feet above the level of the sea. From
Princess street, the business thoro thoro-fare,
fare, thoro-fare, a wonderful view can be had of
the castle and the surrounding hills.
The street is lined with houses and
shops along the northern side, a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful park being on the southern side.
Edinburgh Castle, which will be re remembered
membered remembered as the scene of many of the
escapades of Mary, Queen of Scots,
is always particularly interesting to
tne sailorman. Scotch lassies act as
guides and the tales of old world
romance are doubly interesting when
toM by these escorts. St. Giles Ca Cathedral,
thedral, Cathedral, one of the wonder churches
of the world, always holds a special
service for the men of the fleet. The
services have always been well at attended
tended attended and the vicar never tires of
telling of the time it was necessary
for him to hold two services in order
to accommodate the American sailors.
After one has visited these inter interesting
esting interesting monuments of Scottish history
he can more readily understand why
so many novels and so much poetry
has been written about the hills and
dales of Scotland.

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If you have any society items,

jmone five-one.

Cream puffs, chocolate eclairs and
lady fingers at Carter's Bakery. 24-2t
Mrs. J. II. Hood and children of
Crystal River, are visitors in town
for several days.

Work Pants that stand hard work
at Walkley & Barnett's. 23-3t
Mrs. Jean Conoley will leave on the
first of July to spend a month's va vacation
cation vacation at Newton, N. C.
Cream puffs, chocolate eclairs and
lady fingers at Carter's Bakery. 24-5t
Miss Nealie Kichens, an attractive
young lady of Atlanta, is a visitor in
the city and a guest at the home of
Mrs. A. A. Hillman.

MEMBERS OF THE
NEXT LEGISLATURE

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Mrs. Fred McAteer and son, Will William
iam William are in Jacksonville visiting rela relatives,
tives, relatives, and will later go to points
north for the remainder of the summer.

Men's, woman's, boy's and children's
bathing suits. Also a complete line of
ladies' tights. H. A. Waterman. 24-3t
Messrs. Banks Flewellen and Har Harry
ry Harry Wood of Mcintosh were in the
city last evening and attended the
opening ball of the season at Silver
Springs.
Boy's Knee Pants in Palm Beach,
Khaki and Worsted at Walkley &
Barnett's. 23-3t

Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Dosh and son
Robert, and Mrs. Harris of Macon,
Ga., arrived in the city this morning
and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. N.
Dosh and family at their home on
South Fourth street.

We still have some bargains in
men's and boy's shoes, $3.50 up. Come
in and see them. H. A. Waterman. 3t

Mr. William Camp motored to the
city last evening from Dunnellon, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mr. Alfred MacKay,
Misses Inez Neville, Marie Grumbles
and Louise Grumbles, who attended
the dance at Silver Springs.
White Flannel Trousers just receiv received
ed received at Walkley & Barnett's. 23-3t
Mr. and Mrs. Philip G. Murphy, Mr.
and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and Mrs. J.
W. Dumas have returned from Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, where they motored the first of
the week in Mr. Murphy's car to at attend
tend attend the legion reunion, and they re report
port report having had a pleasant trip.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell i- guaranteed. We're

fighting vfor QUaUTY not prices- -f

On Saturday afternoon at the home

of Miss Helen Jones, the T. A. G.
Club will entertain in honor of one
of its most popular members, Miss

Virginia Beckham, whose marriage tt

Mr. Leon Mason will be a notable

event of the 28th of this month.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thine we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Morgan and two
children will leave next Wednesday

foi Davtona Beach, where Mrs. Mor

gin and children will spend the sum

mer at the Graystone hotel. Mr. Mor

pan intends to spend the week-ends

at the beach with his family during

their stay there.
Men's, women's and children's san

dais, tennis shoes, children's wash

suits, rompers and wash pants. H.

A. Waterman. 24-3t

Mr. Wayne TenEyck left Tuesday
afternoon for Macon, Ga., to enter the
Max Morris School of Pharmacy for
the summer term, and on his return

in the fall he will be a full registered

pharmacist. Mr. TenEyck is as good

nharmacist as any now, having grown

up in a drugstore and learned the
business from practical experience,
but desires to obtain a certificate and

become a regular registered pharm
acist.

W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,

Ocala. Fla. tf

Despite the rain and bad weather

of yesterday, there was a large crowd

of young folks at Silver Springs in
the evening to attend the opening

ball. The orchestra which was ex

petced to furnish the music, cancelled
its engagement on account of the

inclemenc yof the weather, but splen

did piano music was substituted and

the dance proved one of the most en

joyable and largest given at the

springs.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tydings left
the first of the week in their car for
Macon, Ga., where they will be for the
remainder of the summer. Mr. Ty Tydings
dings Tydings will enter the Max Morris
School of Pharmacy and hopes to re receive
ceive receive a certificate at the close of the
term, as he has already received
splendid training under his father,
Mr C. R. Tydings, owner of the Ty Tydings
dings Tydings drugstore and one of the vet veteran
eran veteran pharmacists of the state.

Following are the names and ad addresses
dresses addresses of the men nominated in Ihe
recent primary for members of the
next legislature:

Senate

First district: W. H. Mapoles, Lau

rel Hill.
Third: B. H. Lindsay, Bonifay.
Fifth: Ira Sanborn. Sanborn.

Seventh: Oscar M. Eaton, Lakeland

Ninth: E. P. Wilson, Dade City.

Eleventh: John S. Taylor, Largo.

Thirteenth: Tom J. Campbell, West

Palm Beach.
Fifteenth: D. E. Knight, Starke

Seventeenth: J. B. Johnson, Live

Oak.

Nineteenth: M. O. Overstreet, Or

lando.

Twenty-first: W. J. Epperson, Bron-

son.

Twenty-three: W. M. Igou, Eustis.

Twenty-fifth: H. H. Wells, Chipley

Twenty-seventh: F. M. Cooper,

Punta Gorda.

Twenty-ninth: T. J. Knabb, Mac

clenny.

Thirty-first: W. A. MacWilliams,

St. Augustine.

The following members hold over:

Second: John P. Stokes, Pensacola

Fourth: W. Jr Singletary, Grand

Ridge.

Sixth: S. W. Anderson, Greens-

borough.

Eighth: Dexter M. Lowery, Talla

hassee.
Tenth: R. H. Rowe, Madison.

Twelfth: W. L. Weaver, Perry (suc

ceeds W. T. Cash, resigned.)

Fourteenth: M. L. Plympton, Lake

City.

Sixteenth: J. E. Calkins, Fernan

dina.

Eighteenth: J. Turner Butler, Jack

sonville.
Twentieth: W. J. Crosby, Citra

Twenty-second: T. T. Turnbull,

Monticello.

Twenty-four: W. H. Malone, Key

West.

Twenty-six: W. A. Russell, Crescent

City.

Twenty-eighth: Lincoln Hulley, De-

Land.

Thirty: John Bradshaw, Jasper.

Thirty-second: D. G. Roland, New

berry.

House

Alachua: F. H. Ellis, Bland; O. M.

Tillman, Hawthorne.

Baker: W. D. Mann, Sanderson

Bay: J. Ed Stokes, Panama City.

Bradford: E. M. Johns, Hampton;

C. H. Register, Starke.

Brevard: J. J. Parish, Titusville.

Broward: W. C. Kyle, Fort Lauder

dale.

Calhoun: W. P. Fields, Blountstown.

Citrus: M. C. Scofield.

Clay: L. E. Wade, Orange Park.

rnlntnhiat W. W. Phillios. W. A

Bailey.

Dade: Ben C. Willard, Miami.

DeSoto: Dr. E. J. Ethredge, DeSoto

Citv.

Duval: Frank E. Jennings, F. O

Miller. Jacksonville.

Escambia: W. E. Rowland, Frank

X. Carroll. Pensacola.

Flagler: John H. Cook, Apalachi-

cola.

Gadsden: Roy Hinson, E. P. Greg

ory.

Hamilton: W. P. Jennings, Jen

nings: W. J. Deas, Jasper.

Hernando: Hugh Hale, Brooks ville

Hillsborough; C. H. Taylor, Plant

Citv: A. T. Stewart, Tampa.

Holmes: E. D. Riddles, Bonifay

Jackson: Dr. E. Harris, Walter Wil

Hams, Graceville.

Jefferson: E. B. Bailey, W. B. Bish

od. Caffs.

Lafayette: Dr. R. L. Goodbread,

Mayo.

Lake: T. G. Futch, L. D. Edge
Lee: F. W. Perry, Fort Myers

Leon: Fred Davis, A. H. Williams,

Tallahassee.

Levy: S. J. Dunn, Cedar Keys.

Madison: V. E. Blanton, J. P. Tay

lor.

Manatee: J. J. Stewart, Braden-

town.

Marion: C. W. Hunter, Ocala;

Nathan Mayo, Summerfield.

Monroe: F. H. Ladd, J. F. Busto.

Nassau: Dr. C. E. Fuqua, Hilliard;

Frank D; Unchurch, Fernandma.

Okaloosa: J. F. Richbourg, Laurel

Hill.

Orange: A. B. Newton, Winter Gar

den: S. S. Griffin, Orlando.

Osceola: W. R. Goodwin, Kissim

mee.

Palm Beach: M. D. Carmichael,

West Palm Beach.

Pasco: W. J. Ellsworth, Blanton.

Pinellas: S. D. Harris, St. Peters

bure.

Polk: John M. Keen, A. J. Morgan.

Putnam: H. S. McKenzie, C. P.

PkilliDS.

St. Johns: F. M. Corbett, H. J.

Peiner. St. Augustine.

St. Lucie: A. W. Young, Fort

Pierce.

Santa Rosa: J, H. Harvell, Milton.

Seminole: Frank P. Forster, San-

ford.

Sumter: J. C. B. Koonce, Bushnell
Suwanee: W. M. Cason, W. H

Mobley.
Tavlor: J. H. Scales, Perry.

Volusia: Murray Sams, DeLand; H

G. Putnam Oak Hill.
Washington: L. C. Crofton.

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LONG DISTANCE MOVING :

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

Pluome 296 :

Just received. White Buck and Can

vas Oxfords, also High Top Canva3

Shoes. These go with your palm
beach, white flannel pants and sport

coat. Just remember when there is

anything new Waterman has it. 3t

Boy's Knee Pants in Palm Beach,
Khaki and Worsted at Walkley &
Earnett's. 23-3t

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Ladies' and Gentlemen's Shoes Shined
Hot and Cold Baths Competent Assistant

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Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service it
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Especially during this month and next are they
a necessity. These are something it won't take
prudent women long to discover that they are
of high quality, as long wearing and as easy to
do up as they are inexpensive and smart

THESE CONSIST OF THREE LOTS
First Lot Beautiful Skirts, values $9.95 and $10.50

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Second Lot Values $7.95
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WAR VETERANS

Third Lot Values $3.50

SPECIAL

None will be sent on approval. No alterations. Terms ol sale CASH,

$2.69

All Spanish-American war veterans
resident in Marion county are urged

to meekat the Board of Trade room,
Friday, June 25. at 8 o'clock, for the
purpose of organizing a camp of
United Spanish-American War Vet

erans. 21-5t Committee.

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LATEST LOCALS
Temperature this morning, 09; this
afternoon, 8G.
The rain yesterday prevented the
hall game and several picnics.
Robert Blake is home from his visit
to Arlington, Ga.

Mrs. Robert Clark of Tampa, and
father, -Captain J. if. Welsh of Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, will arrive in the city Monday
afternoon to be the guests of then
sister and daughter, Mrs. J. R. Dewey,
and family.
Mrs -J. W. Crosby and children
leave this afternoon for Lake Helen
for a viist with Mrs. Crosby's daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. James Kershaw, after which
they will go to Georgia for a visit of
some time with relatives.

White Flannel Trousers just receiv received
ed received at Walkley & Burnett's. 2'.l-"t

Many friends in Oca la will be in interested
terested interested to learn of the marriage last
Friday of Mr. Richard Rarthema to
Miss May Haye of the ii)2() Follies.
Mr. Barthlema was leading man with
Marguerite Clark and made many
friends here when the company was
at Silver Springs making the picturt,
"The Seven Swans."

five of his playmates to spnd the afl afl-by
by afl-by Dr. H. V. Watt, and have moved
for the present into the upper apart apartment
ment apartment of Mrs. B. D. Blarkburn's housi
oi: Oklawaha avenu.e where they will
be for the present. Dr. and Mrs. Watt
expect to move into their new home
immediately.

Mr. and Mrs. Watterson Tucker
have vacated their home on Oklawaha
avenue, which was recently purchased

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, if
Mr. J. II. Livingston and family
were made very happy last evening
upon receipt of a telegram from Mrs.
Livingston announcing the arrival of
a fin.e little son at the home of their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Hydrick at Orangeburg, S.
C. This young man has been given
the name of Augustus F. Hydrick,
the name of his grandfather, who
was a prominent man of South Caro Carolina.
lina. Carolina. Master Augustus has seven
aunts in the Livingston family who
try proud over his arrival.
Just received, white rep pants $8..'.0,
white flannel in Hart, Schaffner &
Marx at $15, stripe serge $8 and $10.
Also have sport coats to be worn with
above pants. II. A. Waterman. 2-1 -'it
In celebration of bright little Billy
Borden's third birthday, his mother,
Mrs. B. F. Borden, assisted by her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Leon Griggs of Winter
Park, who came up especially for this
happy occasion, invited about twenty-

C. 11KJU11 Willi IUI.1 U!IU lifij) liiiii.c"
day a memorable one for Billy. It was
early in the afternoon that the yojncr
guests assembled, bringing with tht m
all sorts of presents, which made ihe
lecipent very happy. .Miss Kathleen
Leitner and Mrs. William Stroud
also assisted Mrs. Borden in enter entertaining
taining entertaining the guests with many inter interesting
esting interesting games. At the last, an i-e
cream course and a lovely decorated
birthday cake with three lighted
cardies delighted these young folks
very much. This was a great day for
Billy and his guests and will be look looked
ed looked back to in years to come with a
great deal of pleasure.

Miss Kirk Gibbons of Tampa arriv arrived
ed arrived in the city this afternoon and is
the attractive guest of Miss Helen
Jones for several weeks. Miss Gib Gibbons
bons Gibbons is a sister of Mrs. Ed Morgan of
this city.

MOONING AROUND

"These love scenes are rotten. Can't
tho leading man act like he is in love
with thestar?"
"Can't act at all." said the director.
"Ti'ouble is, he is in love with her."
Louisville Courier-Journal.

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

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5

Ocala Amtto and Garape Company
(Successors to Gfttes Garage)
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
Let usjprove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hundred
red hundred dollars more than any car, selling at the price.

12,225.00 Delivered In Ocala

MOSQUITO LEAVES
TRAIL OF OISEASE

Scientists Show Danger in Its Bite
The whole country is infested with
mosquitoes. The government health
service and every other agency known
to man is being used to exterminate
them. Once they weer looked upon as
an annoyance only; scientists now
know that they leave in their wake
deadly disease germs, especially ma malaria.
laria. malaria. Those who are in a position
to know, vouch for the fact that they
have been the cause of more diseases
and death than all the wars from the
beginning of time.
Mosquitoes will probably never be
exterminated. We can, however, by
jrcper screening and spraying of our
lome daily with TORMENT, rid our
lousehold of them.
TORMENT is a gaseous vapor in
which no insect can live. Sold by
druggists, general stores and dealers
everywhere.
Manufactures by the G. B. Williams
Co.. Quitman, Ga., exclusively. Ad 4

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
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.

SEEDS!
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
Something to sell? Advertise it-

A

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LONE in the tire field

the Firestone 32 takes

its place beside the half
dozen products of universal
use which manufacturing
genius has made standard.
Built in a specialized fac factory
tory factory by experts with all
the economy of concentrated
production.
What the bulk of the peo people
ple people accept as the standard
of value is right.
You owners of small cars
can forget tire details you
need not bother with meth methods,
ods, methods, features, or guarantees.
Call for the Firestone 3Vk.

(non skid)

Gray Tube $S.7S
Red Tube $4.50

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

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SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line, maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c.; six times
75c.; one month. $3. Payable in advance."

FOR RENT Furnished apartment,
private bath. Just off Fort King
avenue. No children. Call phone
211. 16-15t

WANTED Board in private family.
Man and wife; no children. Ad Address
dress Address H. J., care Star office. 23-3t
WANTED Young lady to wait on
table. Appl yto City Cafe. 3-tf
FOR SALE Pool table in first class
condition, cheap. Apply to B.
Goldman. "Why Pay More." 24-3t
WANTED For permanent position,
competent lady stenographer, who
can assist with books when neces neces-sary.
sary. neces-sary. E. C. Jordan & Co. 21-Ct
WANTED A competent furniture
repair man, to take charge of all
repair work and second hand de department.
partment. department. Apply to E. C. Jordan
& Co. 21-Gt

LOST Sack of corn Tuesday near A.
C. L. crossing south of town on the
Dixie Highway. Reward for return
to John Dozier Co., Ocala. 23-2t

WANTED Common laborers; steady
work guaranteed; large steel and
wire works; no shut-downs; no la labor
bor labor troubles. Address Gulf States
Steel Company, Alabama City, Al Alabama.
abama. Alabama. 23-6t

FOR SALE Desirable Home Proper Property;
ty; Property; nine-room, two-story residence,
large airy rooms, wide halls up up-and
and up-and downstairs; bath room and lin

en closet; spacious porces front and
rear; large capacity cistern with

pump on porch; electric lights and

other conveniences. Lot 70x150.

Just off Oklawaha on Daugherty

street. Price $4000 if sold at once.
Call at No. 16 Daugherty street,

city. 23-6t

G. N. CAUDLE General boilermak

er, sheet iron work and welding.

Day or night phones, 5 and 260. Ct

FOUND Ring. Same can be had by
calling at this office and paying for

this ad. 22-3t

FOR SALE House and lot with all
latest improvements; Ford trusk;
rock face cement block machine;
also second hand lumber 2xl0's 18
ft. long, 2xGs 16 ft long. Cheap
for cash. Carl Wenzel, 702 Wyo Wyo-mina
mina Wyo-mina St. 5-17- eow
FOR SALE Bucks gas range. Used
but not abused. A bargain. Call
phone 304, or at 702 S. 4th St. 6t

HA DSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phone
?146. 2-m

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. fj.
Hunter, 310, 312. 314 S. Main St. tf

FOR SALE 20-acre farm for sale
cheap; all under fence; five-room
house and barn in Ocala. Price
$700. Apply W. Tagg, 307 Main
street. 2-6t

FOR RENT Week end light house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping accommodations at Lake
Weir can be had after June 25. Ad Address
dress Address Mrs. Frank Lytle, Stanton,
Fla. 19-6t

WANTED Good all around mechanic
at Weirsdale Garage, Weirsdale,
Fla. 24-6t

WANTED Good all around mechanic
at Weirsdale Garage, Weirsdale,
Fla. 25-2t wky

FOR SALE A fine young Jersey
cow, just fresh. C. P. Howell, Box
188, Ocala, Fla. Phone 39M. 24-6t

WOOD! Put in your winter supply
of wood now. By the cord or in
carload lots. W. N. Home. Ocala,
Fla. 25-12t

Indigestion
Keeps You Awake
PEPSINOL Relieves Indigestion and
Helps You Sleep
You will sleep well every night if
you take Pepsinol to keep your diges digestive
tive digestive system functioning naturally.
You need sleep, for it is at this time
that your energy is renewed.
Digestive troubles, indicated by gas
pains, flatulency, belching, headaches,
dizziness and similar symptoms, de develop
velop develop poisons in your body that irri irritate
tate irritate your nerves and keep you from
sleeping. Pepsinol makes you sleep,
for it works naturally to counteract
the digestive poisons and refreshes
your weary, aching nerves. As a
icicntific tonic it promotes digestion
and assimilation.

4

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She uses

The pleasant Mosquito Lotion

A few drops rubbed on
the hands and ankles
keeps "fkeeiers" away
and makes the porch hab habitable
itable habitable in summer.
Made from healinjj yellow pine
oil, fragrant as a pine forest and
beneficial to the kic but mos mosquitoes
quitoes mosquitoes can't ;..-J
Get m bottle of GOODNIGHT from
your druKgut Lo freo from iuo
qui toe.
YEL-O-PINE CO.
Montgomery, Ala. 3
(Manuf icti-rtTi c Yi!-0-P:ac Products)

.oTiri:
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
Chancery.
CITY OF OCAL., a Municipal Corpor Corporation
ation Corporation Organized and Existing Un Under
der Under the Laws of the State of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, Complainant, vs. STATE OF
FLORIDA, Defendant.
To the Tax Payers and Citizens of the
City of Ocala, Florida:
You are hereby notified that on the
1i)t,day of June- A- D- 1920, the City
or Ocala, 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
and presented in the circuit court of
the Fifth Judicial Circuit of the state
of Florida, in and for Marion county,
ia chancery, its petition in the above
entitled cause against the State of
Florida for the purpose of determining
the 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 secure the vali validation
dation validation and confirmation of said bond bonded
ed bonded debt. Tiie said bonded debt desired
to be incurred by said city being as
follows:
By the issuance of negotiable coupon

uuuua u a .miu ciiy ui ucaia, in me ag aggregate
gregate aggregate amount of 50,0o0; said bonds
to be in the denomination of $1000 each
and to be numbered from one to fifty,
both numbers Inclusive; both the prin principal
cipal principal and interest of said bonds beint?
payable at the office of the city treas treasurer
urer treasurer of the City of Ocala, in Ocala.
Florida; said bonds bearing interest at
the rate of five per cent, per annum,
said interest being payable semi semiannually
annually semiannually on the 1st day of April and
the 1st day of October in each year
after the date of said bonds, provided

inai me nr.se 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, 1U20. and bon is
numbered 1 to 25 both numbers in inclusive,
clusive, inclusive, in the aggregate sum of
$2G,000 to maturi! ten years after date
thereof and bonds numbered 26 to SO, SO,-both
both SO,-both numbers inclusive, In the aggre aggregate
gate aggregate .uin of $2.-,000 to mature twenty
ears after date thereof. Said bonds
to i designated "Street Improvement
I'.nd-t." and to be issued for the pur purpose
pose purpose of paying part of tiie costs f
grading, paving and curbing certain
streets or portions of streets In the
'ity of Ocala. The issuance of said
bunds having been authorized bv the

election duly had and held in said City
of Ocala. Florida, on the 11th day of
May. 1920.
You are further notified that pur pursuant
suant pursuant to Chapter 6868 of the Laws of
Florida, approved May 18th, iyi5, 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,
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. L. 1920
at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.. why
said bonds should not be validated and
confirmed.
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
1-th day of June, A. D. 1920.
(Sfal) p. H. NXGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit of the State of
Florida, in and for Marion County.
F. H. IIOCKER,
Solicitor for Complainant. 17-fri

PRICES CUT TO THE DOME 8

AT

THE BAZAAR

At last our February
purchase of 250 dozen
Linen Collars for men
and boys arrived. All
styles and ksizes, 13 to
19J2, regular price 25 to
30c each. OUR PRICE,
by the box, half dozen,
88c or $1.75 doz.
14 l-2c each
See Our Window

Gadson's Bazaar I

NOTICE

The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Clarkaon Hardware Co.
will be held at their office in Ocala,
Fia., July 0th, 1920, at 8 o'clock p. m.
F. E. Wetherbee,
t;117-C Secretary and Treasurer.

J. J. GERIG

advertise in the Star.



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