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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Weather Forecast: Generally fair
ton ignt and Sunday.

OCALCFLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1920.
VOL' 26,' NO. 153

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McAdoo is in the Lead but Cox and Pal Palmer
mer Palmer are Hanging Grimly On.

San Francisco, July 2, 3:30 p. m.
Bryan's bone dry substitute plank
was beaten. Hobson's ''prohibition
plank and the damp plank were also
voted down.
THE LAST DAY PERHAPS
San Francisco, July 3. The dem democratic
ocratic democratic convention reassembled today
to select a presidential nominee with
predictions that McAdoo would gain
a victory on an early ballot filling the
air, accompanied by a stiffening re resistance
sistance resistance against him. McAdoo or
Cox and McAdoo and Cox were the
leading predictions, coupled with talk
of McAdoo and Meredith.
On the other hand the forces pitted
f gainst McAdoo pointed out in an answer
swer answer to the claims put forward by
his supporters that there was a "glac "glacial
ial "glacial movement' toward McAdoo.- He
ha3 failed in the two ballots already
taken to make the gains claimed for
him, that Cox in fact has made great greater
er greater gains than McAdoo, and so. far
there has been no tangible evidence
of a McAdoo landslide.
The Palmer people made no partic particular
ular particular claims. The Cox supporters de declared
clared declared they would not only hold their
lines but would make accessions and
demonstrate McAdoo's strength is
not enough.
A group of McAdoo leaders, declar declared
ed declared by McAdoo supporters to repre represent
sent represent more than enough votes to block
the convention, at a meeting last night
pledged themselves to' vote indefinite indefinitely
ly indefinitely for their candidate regardless of
any turn the convention might take.
' There were many reports of what
the different delegations would do.
One was to the effect that Georgia
might leave Palmer after a few bal bal-lotb
lotb bal-lotb and go to McAdoo. Another was
that Nebraska would .give a few to
Owen, the remainde rto McAdoo. It
was repotred that Virginia would
stick to Glass awhile and then; swing
to McAdoo.
HOPE IT'S TRUE
Just before convening the predic prediction
tion prediction was made in several quarter
that a nomination would come with without
out without a protracted stnggle. Just as
Senator Harding's name filled the air
as the probable republican nominee on
the final day of the republican conven convention,
tion, convention, so McAdoo's name appeared in
the v ascendency today, with the dif difference
ference difference that the Ohio candidate had
been agreed upon while McAdoo's
supporters still ha dto fight stub stub-supporters
supporters stub-supporters still had to fight a stub stub-ance
ance stub-ance of success.
The friends of Palmer and Cox took
into account the reported McAdoo
strength but expressed no fear he
could win the nomination in the face
of the opposition of some party lead leaders.
ers. leaders. The Palmer and Cox men would
concede nothing. McAdoo supporters
admitted their candidate had opposi opposition
tion opposition but pointed out it was not well
organized.
The canal zone was accorded two
No. 8
Report of the Condition of
METROPOLITAN
SAVING
of Ocala
At Ocala in the State of Florida at
the Close of Business June 30, 1920.
Loans on real estate.. ..$$ 22,755.82
Loans on collateral security
other than real estate.. 17,226.84
All other loans and dis-
counts 18'7?oK?
Overdrafts ...... ..56
United StatesHbonds. . . 2,808.00
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures ........... 22,500.00
rukQ oi eotnfo 27.600.00
Claims and other resources 688.7J
Due from incorporated
banks 13,565.11
Checks ard exchanges for
clearing 2J0.7I
Cash on hand .. . . 5,820.96
Total ... ..A... .... .$131314-36
Liabilities
Capital stock paid in .....$ 25,000.00
Surplus fund ............ 3,500.01
Undivided profits '(less ex- nne
penses and taxes paid) .:. 1,097.76
Individual deposits subject
- to check .............. 55,074.09
Cashier's checks outstand outstanding
ing outstanding .. 16.25
Savings deposits ......... 47,126.26
Total ................$131,814.36
State of Florida, -Cour?ty
of Marion, ss.:
I, A. St. Geo, Richardson, cashier
of the above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is
true to the best of my knowledge and
belief, A. St. Geo. Richardson,
Correct Attest: Cashier.
F. P. Gadson,
J. S. LaRoche,
R. Reche Williams, Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 2nd day of July, 1920.
(Seal) V E. T. Sipple.
Notary Public.

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votes, makinsr the total 1094. and the
number necessary to a nomination is
now 729 1-3.
PLAYING 'POSSUM
Huntington, N. Y.t July 3 McAdoo
after remaining abed long past the
hour he usually rises today an announced
nounced announced his intention pt spending the
day at his home here.'pHd manifested
little interest in what the convention
did during the nighty learning the re results
sults results of the first two ballots from the
morning papers.' Mr. McAdoo retired
last night before the first vote had
teen announced.
PRESIDENT IS PLEASED
At 9:45 the convention was called
to order and Chairman Robinson or ordered
dered ordered the cal lof .'. states be resumed
for nominations for president.
The totals of .the last ballot yester yesterday
day yesterday was : McAdoo 289 ; Palmer 264 ;
Cox 159, with no others figuring prom prominently.
inently. prominently.
Before the roll call 'was resumed,
Cv.mmings read a 'i telegram from
President Wilson The president de declared
clared declared the course the party had taken
with respect tdTthe league of nations
filled him with "perfect confidence it
will go from victory' to victory until
the tradition of the republic is vindi vindicated."
cated." vindicated." :' '"'
On the third ballot McAdoo receiv received
ed received 323, Cox 178 and Palmer 252.
FOURTH BALLOT
Auditorium, JulyJ -31:10 p. m.
There was no nomination on the
fourth ballot. The leaders stood as
follows:
McAdoo, 339.
Cox, 178. ...
Palmer, 254.
FIFTH BALLOT
Anditorium, July 3, 1 :37 p. nr.
The fifth ballot showed a slight gain
for McAdoo and Cox, and a loss for
Palmer. The result is as iollows:
McAdoo, 357.
Cox, 181., : V
Palmer, 244..
SIXTH BALLOT
Auditorium, July 3, 2:02 p. m.
No nomination was secured on the
sixth ballot. The three leaders
however, each gained. Palmer, the
lowest candidate of the three leaders,
gained 21 votes. Cox, who stood in
second place gaining 14 votes and
McAdoo increased his lead: by 11
votes. The result of the sixth' ballot
was as follows:
McAdoo, 368.
Cox, v195.
. Palmer, 265. ;
SEVENTH BALLOT V'
Auditorium, July 3. 3:30 p. m.
The seventh ballot showedv consider considerable
able considerable change in the standing of the
leading, but no nomination. Breaks
from New York and New Jersey help helped
ed helped send up the Cox figures. The re result
sult result of the ballot is as follows:
McAdoo, 384.
Cox, 295.
Palmer, 267
EIGHTH BALLOT
Auditorium, July 3, 3:03 p. m.
The eighth ballot closed with no nom nomination.
ination. nomination. Cox had the lead for a brief
time during the ballot. The result of J
the ballot is as follows: follows:-McAdoo,
McAdoo, follows:-McAdoo, 380.
Cox, 315.
Palmer, 262.
Cox gained 20 votes over his stand standing
ing standing in the previous ballot, McAdoo
lost four and Palmer lost five.
HOW THE LEADERS STOOD
McAdoo,
First ballot ... 66
Second ballot 289
Third ballot : . ,323
Fourth ballot.... 339
Cox Palmer
134 156
159 264
178 252
178 254
181 244
195 265
295 267
315 262
Fifth ballot..... 357
Sixth ballot..... 368
Seventh ballot .384
Eighth ballot ...380
THE RESULT
It's the Star's opinion that a nom nomination
ination nomination will be made this afternoon or
tonight. Watch the bulletin board.
BIDS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION
OF SCHOOL BUILDING WANTED
Notice is hereby given ; that the
Board of Public : Instruction, Marion
county. Florida, will receive bids for
the construction of a school building.
at iceadick, on ;
July 15th, 1920
according to plans and specifications
to be secured from A. C. Price, Ocala,
Fla., or may be seen in the office of
the superintendent of public instruc instruction.
tion. instruction. Bids may be made on the build building
ing building as a whole or may be made on
any part of the buildinsr.
All bidders must deDosit 2 ner
cent of their bids as a guarantee of
gooc: laith. The board, exercises the
a r a. i ...
riK" to rejecv any sna an Dias.
7-2-sat V. D. Cam, Secretary.

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MERRY EVENING FOR
THE ROTARIANS
The Rotary Club has been taking a
great deal of interest in the Ocala In Industrial
dustrial Industrial School, and the appreciative
teachers and scholars of the institu institution,
tion, institution, by way of return, prepared a
very interesting and original enter entertainment,
tainment, entertainment, for Friday evening, to
which they invited the Rotarians. A
good many members were out of
town, but at least twenty-five accept accepted
ed accepted the invitation, and had a very
pleasant evening.
The performers used the parlor for
a stage while the audience was com comfortably
fortably comfortably seated in the school room.
The entertainment began with a
"Reuben and Rachel" drill, in which
six girls made over with overalls and
slouch hats : into boys, were the
Rubes, and six' girls in the country
fashions of the long ago, were the
Rachels. They were very cute, it
was hard to tell which were the best
locking, the "boys" or girls. 'They
hau uproarious applause from the
Rotes as well as their fellow students.
The young performers in this piece
were: '' '' :" :
Reubens: Emma Batts, Thelma Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, Maud Lamerson, Leslie King,
Leola Wilson.
Rachels: Lucia Piazza, Louise Lee,
Theresa Caplin, Lena Disabb, Mamie
Brush. "' V '
Miss Leola Wilson, disguised as
the cutest of all little black-face com,
edians, treated the crowd to sprightly
heel and toe dancing, which won her
so much applause that she almost
blushed her. burnt cork off.
A very comical ... piece was "The
Sniggles Family," acted,.. hyj Widow
Sniggles Augusta Holt; Samanthy
Anne, a coquette, Lucia Piazza; Je Je-rushy,
rushy, Je-rushy, afflicted with hay fever, Virginia-
Lee; Angelica Regina Utopia,
an athlete, Irene Bonds; Silvicta Lo Lo-iena,
iena, Lo-iena, a prima donna, Lucile Calloway;
Angina Pectoris, the pathetic soul,
Bertha Danch; Electoria Cassandra,
or Poll, elocutor, Mary Saxon; Me Me-hitable,
hitable, Me-hitable, or Graciana Sublima, grace graceful
ful graceful girl, Emma Botts, and Jemima the
Giggler, Lena Disabb. All the per performers
formers performers were funny, and Miss Angina
Pectoris fairly paralyzed the crowd
every time she wiggled out a wail
when" she thought of her woes.
Miss Martha Ferry was pianist;
Miss, Mamie Stoney, best known to her
friends as "Johnny," was stage car carpenter.
penter. carpenter. The entertainment was ar arranged
ranged arranged and managed by Miss Essie
McCreary, head teacher at the school.
After the play was over the school
folks and their guests went out on the
lawn where they sang "A Little Pra Prairie
irie Prairie Flower" and went thru the evo evolutions
lutions evolutions of "Shoofly." Then Miss Da Davis"
vis" Davis" and several energetic helpers
brought out 'several juicy, melons and
an old-time "watermilyun cutting"
followed. The melons were sliced
just the proper thickness to bite thru
the supply seemed unlimited, and joy
was unconfined. Half a dozen school schoolgirls,
girls, schoolgirls, each with a waiter laden with
artistically cut and juicy, sugary
slices of melons, made themselves
numerous, and nobody ran short un unless
less unless they dodged their willing helpers.
The Rotes became so intoxicated
with melon that they looked up at the
moon and sang the "S'wanee River"
and several other songs, and soon
after Jake Gerig, who had been "get "getting
ting "getting wilder every hour," went on one
of his fun jags. v
Albert Gerig was heard to groan,
and his friends were thinking of ask asking
ing asking the school folks for a bottle of
painkiller, for Albert had eaten too
much melon for a boy his size. But
he said, ''that kid brother of mine has
brcken loose again 'and just then
Jake rushed toward the tub in which
the melon rinds were being throwd.
He had obviously realized that he
should do something to pay for his
fun. for he had a tray full of rinds
balanced on his ivory; dome, but just
before he reached the tub the trav
skidded, and he had to distribute, or
ratter concentrate the rmds by hand.
His friends advised him to nut sand
on his head before he tried that stunt
again. Then the crowd went back on
the porch and in the narlor. where
Albert Gerig began shaking jazz otit
of the piano. This was all very well,
but presently a girl grabbed Jake by
the coattail, and said, "Mr. Gerig,
ain't you the man that sings The
Grasshopper."
The appeal was not to be denied, so
Jake shucked his coat, m which he
was imitated by Albert, who sat down
at the piano, and then the voice of
the grasshopper was heard in the
land. It's not so easy to induce the
Gerig brothers to sing and play their
masterpiece, which would make one of
the best vaudeville stunts in the Unit United
ed United States, but they capitulated to this

bunch of school girls, who rewarded
them with intense applause.
There was more music and laugh laughing,
ing, laughing, but the hour was growing late
and suddenly the piano began to
chant, "My County, 'tis of thee," and
all came to their feet with hands at
salute. Then good-byes were rapidjy
spoken and the Rotes headed for
home, each with the remembrance of
a happy evening in his memory.
Js
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The following from the Greensboro,
(N. C.) News of July 1 will be of
great interest in Ocala, where the
bridegroom, Earl Hall, has been
brought up and is universally liked:
The ceremony which united in mar marriage
riage marriage Miss Marguerite I Boyer Bain
and Richard Smith Hall Was solemniz-.
ed last night at 8:30 in! West Market
street .Methodist churcji. Exquisite
taste and rare skill had united to
make the occasion one I of unusual
beauty and impressivenjass.
The church, in the capable hands of
a local florist, had been;; arranged to
form a. background suitable for the
event. The entire choir foft had been
effectively massed with palely palms,
while the' altar railing, I cored in
white, had trailing clenlatic artistic artistically
ally artistically arranged upon it. In the midst
of the palms was placed a 'semi 'semicircle
circle 'semicircle of white pedestals! each sui--mounted
with a tier of catehdral can candles,
dles, candles, the candles furnishing a sub subdued
dued subdued light over the somn scene.
Marking the nuptial alttrr were two
t(Jl white columns, on top of -each ot
Which were large graceful baskets of
fragrant white Easter, lilies', tied with
quantities of white tulle. L
Prior to the entrance of. the bridal
paity an unusually pleaspg musical
pioram was rendered. Th3 .0. Henry
orchestra with J. R. RodWell at che
organ furnished the instrumental
music. These selections were: "My
Heart at Thy, Sweet Voice," from
"Sampson and Delilah," by Sahit Sahit-Saens;
Saens; Sahit-Saens; "I Love Thee," by Grieg, and
"Une Parole d'Acpour,"- Savino. Mrs.
Henry Ware sang most impressively
"Sacrement," by McDermid, and -Walter
Smith rendered Bernard's "Bid Me
to Love," with excellent effect.
; During the ceremony Mr. Rodwell
beautifully played, "Will You Remem Remember
ber Remember ? from "Maytime," with -violin
obligato by Bert Hollowell,
The Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin
was used as a processional;! the wed wedding
ding wedding march by Mendelssohn served as
a recessional.
With the familiar; strait of the
"Bridal Chorus," the ushers entered
and assumed their positions. These
were Allen McKnight, W. J. Bain,
Roger McDuffie and Lloyd Penney.
The. bridesmaids entered in pairs,
down, the center aisle, two grooms groomsmen
men groomsmen entering simultaneously, from
the side aisles. Misses Eva Stain Stain-back
back Stain-back and Gray Bradshaw entered
first, with Simpson Boren and Will William
iam William Poindexter. They were followed
by Misses Frances Shaw and Nell
Davis, who entered with Wade Low Low-rvy
rvy Low-rvy and Robert Hall.1 ..Misses Louise
Davis and Annie McDuffie' Were next,
with Edward Bain and. Stewart Walk Walker.
er. Walker. Misses Julia Gold' and Pearl
Humphrey were the final bridesmaids,
and Linvall Martin and Earl Weath Weath-erly
erly Weath-erly were the lastf groomsmen.
- The bridesmaids' dresses were par

ticularly lovely and youthful, all of
them wearing cream net and lace,
with sashes of delicate colors, the
sashes of the two entering together
corresponding.. They carried graceful
hats in harmonizing colors, filled with
an assortment of beautiful flowers.
The dame of honor, Mrs. Lloyd
Penney, entered next. She was gown gowned
ed gowned in a handsome dress of cream net
over paje green and carried a shower
bouquet of pink roses. V
The maid of honor. Miss Nellie Love
Bain, looked especially pretty in a
gown of cream chantilly lace- over
sathxr-Her flowers were a shower of
Killarney buds.
The little ringbearer, Katheriae
Sykes, wa sa dainty little picture in
her fluffy dress of cream net, and
carried the ring in the heart of a lily.
She directly preceded the bride, who
entered with her father, E. E. Bain,
who gave her in marriage. The bride's
dress was of duchess satin, with, rose
point lace, and pearl trimmings. Her
veil, which was arranged in a becom
ing crown effect, was caught with a
sprayv of orange, blossoms. Her cor-
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DIVIDING
GERMAN DUCATS

Allied Have Allotted the War In Indemnity
demnity Indemnity but Have Not Yet
V Collected It
(Associated Press)
Brussels, July 3. The allied con conference
ference conference decided to divide German rep reparations
arations reparations 52 per cent to France, 22 per
cent to Great Britain, 10 per cent to
Italy, eight per cent to Belgium, five
per cent to Serbia and the remaining
three per cent to be divided among
the other allies.
rage of Bride roses, lilies of the val valley
ley valley and orchids. The costume was
particularly becoming to her girlish
yet striking beauty. Her only jewelry
was the gift of the bridegroom, a
handsome platinum bar pin set with
diamonds, an heirloom-in the Hall
family. ;
The bridegroom and his best man,
Whit Palmer, met the bride at the al altar.
tar. altar. The beautiful ceremony was per performed
formed performed by Rev. Hugh K. Boyer, of
Charlotte, former pastor of jthe bride's
family, assisted by Dr. E. L. Bain,
the present pastor, the ring ceremony
of the Methodist Episcopal church be be-in
in be-in used.
On leaving the church, the bridal
party went directly to the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
E. Bain, on Spring street, where an
elaborate reception was held.
Receiving at the front m door were
Dr. and Mrs. L. M. Humphrey, who
invited the guests in. Mr, and Mrs.
Max T. Payneat the music room door,
then presented them to the receiving
line just inside the music room. In
this line were Mrs. Bain and Mr.
Bain, parents of the bride; Mrs. Hall,
mother of the bridegroom;. the bride
and bridegroom; Miss Nellie Bain
and Whit Palmer, the maid of honor
and best man; Miss Beulah Hall, if
Columbia, S. C., cousin of the bride bridegroom,
groom, bridegroom, and Wade Lowrey. J
The music room and hall were dec decorated
orated decorated in palms. Queen Anne's lace
and asparagus. The dining room had
been effectively arranged in a color
scheme of green and white. The table,
which was covered in a handsome cut cut-work
work cut-work cloth, had as its centerpiece a
basket- massed with roses" and lilies
tied with green tulle. Big bowls of
the lilies were arranged to advantage
about the room. From the chandelier
were suspended numerous green tulle
streamers, attached to which weie
shavers of rosebuds. Candlesticks
with green tapers were lighted here.
Inviting the guest sfrom the music
room to the dining room were Mrs. G.
W, Bradshaw and Mrs. L. B. Jeter.
Serving in the dinine room were
Misses Madeline Stafford. Maurine
Moore, Elizabeth Armstrong and
Cora Moore. The delicious ice course
was .served in the shape of flower3.
"From here the guests passed into
the library. The ornamentation here
was particularly effectively, pink
giadioli and evergreens formine: the
color motif. The mantel was banked
with these flowers, and about the
punch bowl were 'arranged Quantities
of them. Trailing clematis had been
uesd on the curtains with artistic ef effect.
fect. effect. Receiving in the library were
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Penney and Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Boren. Presiding
at the punch bowl were Misses Jenny
Vanstory and Frances Long. Assist Assisting
ing Assisting in serving the frozen frappe were
Misses Mildred Stafford, Margaret
Gold and Kathleen Price.
From the library the guests passed
to the gift "room, where Mr. and Mrs
Henry Ware, Misses Irene Grimsley
and Mary Wilson presided. Here
were on display an unusual collection
of handsome and valuable gifts, in including
cluding including silver, cut glass, jewelry and
linens. The gift from the bride's
parents was a magnificent chest of
silver. ; From the mother and broth brothers
ers brothers of the bridegroom was given a
grand piano. Numbers of gifts have
Leen sent to the young people's future
home in Florida.,
The orchestra which furnished the
wedding music also provided delight delightful
ful delightful entertainment at the home during
the entire evening. About 250 guests

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AMERICAN DESTROYER
IS ON THE WAY

To Make Turks Give Up a New Mar Married
ried Married Couple They Hold
Captive
Washington, July 3. In an effort
to obtain the release of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Nilson of Illinois, who are held
by Turkish nationalists, an American
destroyer has been dispatched to Mer Mer-sina'and
sina'and Mer-sina'and the French authorities are
holding a Turkish hostage, Admiral
Bistol, at Constantinople, reported
today at the state department.
BANKS WILL CLOSE
Sunday,' July 4th (Independence
Day) being a legal holiday, the Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank and the Munroe &
Chambliss Bank will be closed on
Monday, July 5th. l-2tdlyltw
called during the appointed hours to
extend good wishes to the young
couple. ". r t
1 Out of town guests for the event
were Mrs. Hall, and Harrington, Wil William
liam William and Robert Hall, mother and
brothers of the bridegroom', all of
Ocala, Fla.; Miss Beulah Hall, cousin
of the bridegroom, of Columbia, S. C
and Mrs. J. A. Love; of Red Springs,
an aunt of the bride.
Following the reception Mr. and
Mrs. Hall left for the Adirondacks,
where they will spend sbme time, aft after
er after which they will go to the Great
Lakes, then to Canada. Returning
here, they will go to Florida by way
of Asheville, through the country.
Mrs. Hall is the youngest child of
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bain, and was
born and reared here. She- received
her education at Greenboro College
for Women. She is very attractive
and popular, and has hosts of friends
here and elsewhere, who will be
deeply interested in her marriage.
Mr. Hall of Ocala, Fla., was edu educated
cated educated at Tome school, in Baltimore,
and at the University of Florida. He
was engaged in business here for a
brief while at one; time, but is now now-located
located now-located in Florida. -He is esteemed
in both a business and social capacity.
LAUNDRY WILL CLOSE MONDAY
On account of necessar yrepairs we
will not run Monday, July 5tli.
It Ocala Steam Laundry.
?-C SUGAR ;
All you want up to 50 pounds.
d&w U-SERVE GROCERY.
TL A. MASONS
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H.-P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

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A Special Patriotic Service

j Sunday Eve.

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Rev. C. W.

A Special Musical Program by our Own Chorus.
A Special Sermon for the Occasion, of Vital
Importance to Every Man, Woman and Child.
CQME, WORSHIP WITH US

Communion Services
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Monday, July 5tXi, INDEPENDENCE DAY,
Great and Glorious Country.

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It Will Go Into a Temporary Eclipse
Until Tuesday Afternoon
It's the Star's belief that an after afternoon
noon afternoon paper should come out every
weekday afternoon, and that people
who have to have a dozen holidays a
year beside Sunday should stay out
of the newspaper business. However,
because our little force is wearied by
the unusually heavy work of the last
few months, and some of them haven't
had a holiday except on a sick bed for
years, we will 'not issue a paper until
next Tuesday afternoon.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Presbyterian
Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor.
:45 a. m.Sunday school. L. 11.
Murray, superintendent.
Morning topic, "The "Danger of
Creature Comforts." Evening, "The
Sin of Misiing One's Chief End."
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Rev. W. P. Hines, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m.Sunday school.-Classes
or all ages. W. T. Gary, superin superintendent.
tendent. superintendent. The pastor will preach at 11 a. ra.
and 8 p. m.
: Morning subject, "A Genuine Pat Patriot,"
riot," Patriot," a fourth of July sermon. Eve Evening
ning Evening subject, "A Young Man Driven;
from Home."
C'race Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector
Fifth Sunday After Trinity
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m.Sunday school.
11 a. m. Holy communion and
sermon. Subject, "Patriotic Piety."
8 p. m. Evening prayer and ser sermon.
mon. sermon. Subject, "Joy and Gladness in
God's Service."
Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block
10 a. m.Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sur day service.
8 p. m. Wednesday.
KN1GHT3 OF PYTHIAS
Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Moaday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. M. Parker, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
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rl!ilMr I 'very Day Csrept Sunday by
STAR ..PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCA LA, FLORIDA.

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J. I. Benjamin. Editor

three-columns (wide measure), four
pages, nicely made up and printed
and full of information about our city
and county. Mr. L. H. Chazal, sec

retary of the board, is editor, and we
must compliment him on his work. He

does not believe in flamboyant boot
stuff but in reasonable claims for his
section and its advantages. His first

paper is a gem. and we hope it is the
first of a long string. Following are
a 'few of his editorial remarks:

"Men build cities resources merely

HELP THE HOUSING SITUATION

TIXKPIIOXKS -IttifelMtN
Office ....... .....Five-One
F.dtorlMl lirpnrti..ent .Two-Seven
Society Reporter .......... .Five-One

i;ntr?J at Ocala, Fla., postofflee as

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"What has become of those duH

seasons V

"Not the bluebird for .happiness.

bat the mocking bird, say. we!

wiMini-n- i&uiPiiTPii imikss I ,"Aiter every great crisis ivianon

Til Aflsopiatf-ii Prtia ia exclusively I countv has come back stroneJ

ntitiJ for the use for republication or "This town and county are blessed
all news dispatehea credited to It or j , ,r
not otherwise eredUed in this caper and! with a devoted and untiring woman-

j also the local Tiews publlssneiJ nerein. 11,1
T All rights, of republication of special ,!t-"" M

dispatches herein are also reserved.

DOMKSTIO .SUnSCniPTIO.V RATES

One year. In advance ...........

Six months, in advance
Three month In advalice
One month, In advance ..

AIJVKflTISIXG RATES

"If there is any better place to live

in than old Marion county, we don't

know it."

"The- county's more than 225 miles

1.50 pi good roaas are bringing ner people

o ttgether."'

Progress in Ocala has not meant

the closing of churches it has meant

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With a view to securing some relief
from the conditons brought about by
the housing shortage in Ocala, the

Marion county Board of Trade asks
that all those who have houses, apart apartments
ments apartments or room for rent, and all those
who desire any of these accommoda accommodations,
tions, accommodations, leave their name and address at

the office of the Board of Trade.

If those who have houses, apart

ments or rooms for rent, will list them

with the Board of Trade, it will go a

leng way toward relieving the situa

tion, it will also give an idea as to
how short the housing facilities of
the city are. It is requested that a
description of the house, apartment or
rooms be given with the address,

and state whether they are .furnished

or uniumisnea.

(Contributed)
Egotism may make a satisfactory

walking stick for some boys and

girls, but believe us, it is a mighty
poor lance.

The personality of a man may be

measured by the number of women
who pat their back hair before ht
comes into the room.

The Literary Digest takes two

pages to tell the people what to do to

avert a food crisis. Three words can

give the answer, "Get to work."

Speaking of female suffrage, one

paper asks, "Will mothers do as much

with the ballot for the elevation of

humanity as they have with the slip

Displays Plate IS cents per Inch for t buildinir of more."

iriKertron. Alternate inser-1 ...

tiona 25 tier cent additional. Compos!

tir.n irr.; on ad, that run. less than

ix times 5 cents cer inch. Special

osItion 20 per cent

rominn zu ner rem aaauionau Aaieo

based on 4-lnch minimum. Less than kflVP Rppn .hp hill's

four inches will take higher rate,

which will be furnished upon applica
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Iteaf!nsr Xo treat S cents per line for
first insertion: 3 cents per line. for each

eubsequent insertion. nf e. young men are active in the business
week allowed on readers without extrajf

rnmnnslfinn -pharereu.

Lal advertisements at legal rates.

Our idea of big news would be a

sunstroke in Florida' : c

"You do not know Florida if you

of Marion,

'Where the Uplands and the Lake Re

gion Meet.'-"

"it is signincant that so many

life of this city, and that youth is en

jtering our public offices."

"Too often the other fellow's town

Convention, seems to have sat down hooks good to you because you have

never been .there Jong enough to learn

of its shortcomings."

on Bryan, Hobson and Bourke Coch

ran. All three of them blanked nuis
ances.

NOTICE

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Harding is riding on the Lincoln

Highway today, but there is mighty The annual meeting of the stock

little similarity between Harding and holders of the Clarkson Hardware Co.

Lincoln. will be held at their office in Ocala.

Fla.. Julv 6th. 1920. at 8 o'clock n. m.

A fet. Augustine woman spea King p E Wetherbee.

01 central time as "tne time. Deiore it till7-6 Secretary and Treasurer.

was mixed up by the government

We'd like to meet the lady.

The One Standard
Mosquito Remedy

Sweet Dreams

SWEET DREAMS BECAME THE

ONE STANDARD MOSQUITO

REMEDY THE MORNING THE

FIRST BOTTLE WAS MADE.

It lives up to a reputation that de

mands utmost efficiency. At the time
ingredients were highest, and mosqui

toes seemed to be hungriest, Sweet

Dreams was made double strength

The double strength quality was

found far more efficient so its double

strength today.

There's one thing ;, to remember

When a dealer offers "something just
as. eood." the man next door "has

Sweet Dreams in large, original

sprinkle-top bottles.

When mosquitoes are troublesome

try the standard Sweet '.Dreams.

Sold by every druggist m every

town. Adv. 2.
Get the habit of reading the ads.

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; A. dear little suffragette on read-

in cr. "Mrs. W. S. Jennings elected vice

president," exchaimed, "The demo- t
crats are our friends after all, aren't pj

She knows as much about politics l
as the average woman. . fZ

You can't kill a bear with a shot

gun. St. Augustine Record.

Cant, eh. Put a double-barreled

shotgun loaded with buckshot in the
hands of a man who ; knows how to

' use it, and if he doesn't lay out any
bear that tackles him this side, of the

Mississippi, we'll pay for the ammu

nition.

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We now have on hand a number of real up-to-date
Bed Room, Dining Room and Parlor Sets,
and considering the quality the prices are ex extremely
tremely extremely reaaonable."

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Says the Ltesburg Commercial:

"Hon. Charles W. Hunter of, Ocala,

recently nominated for the legisla

ture, has a conservation plan for
Florida's wooded state lands that we
feel like boosting and we are going to
look into it very carefully as soon as

possible. This kind of constructive
thinking is what we need in our law

makers." : ; '

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OUR LINE OF

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The Leesburg ; Commercial ; has
found the most accommodating man
in Florida, or elsewhere, so far as we
know. It says: "We have found the

most accommodating man in Florida.
The other day J. B. Hogan of Ostor,
stopped to pull R. H. Wakeman out

of some car trouble. Mr. Hogan seem

ed in a hurry after he bad rendered
the assistance necessary and excused

himself before Mr. Wakeman could

get him properly thanked. Afterwards

it was discovered that the accOmmo-

f.t;.-" ritleman was on his way to

and was nervous with fear

ght be late at his own,, wed-

of every description will prove attractive to you during the
'good old summer's time." We have them from
v $15 and Up.

OBSERVATIONS

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Facts are curious" things. Toss

them up in the air and like an A, B,

C box of macaroni you can never tell
what they will spell when they come

down.

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Leap year is nearly half gone. Op

portunities are slipping by, but may

be the girls think when they vote,

eap year practices will be followed

at all times.

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F. Zeigfield Jr. says: "It was cham

pagne and fine liquors that urged peo

pie on to dance themselves breathless

but now. that the 18th amendment

The Kind to
which Barney
trusted his
life

If Barney Trusts Them
YOU CAN

WHiO? IS COURTESY j
As Applied to Our Bank Service ?
OURTESY, next to character and honesty, is one
V of the first demands this institution makes upon
its officers and employees . . . .
To be courteous to be kind, showing care and
consideration in the handling of small accounts, as
well as the largest deposits. This is one of the chief
aims of this bank.
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank

DAVIES, The (Tire Man
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KorUi Magnolia St. ; OCALA, FLA.

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..a wom-..a party is going to try to have the
Tlorida legislature called in session
to endorse the Susan B. Anthony

amendment. We don't suppose the na

tional woman's party knows,, or cares
ihui to call the legislature of a state
in session, at great expense to the
tax payers and inconvenience to' the
members, simply to help a political
party further its schemes, would be
a very dishonest action. We think

calling the legislature for this pur purpose
pose purpose would prove a boomerang to the
suffragettes. For one thing we dof t

believe this legislature would en

dorse the amendment, and it would be

contrary to the constitution for it to

do so.

We have received a copy of the

"Marion (Jounty loridian, a very

neat little paper, issued by the Mar

ion Countv lioara oi iraue. it is

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Dainty Flowered Designs in good
quality Voile.- These are worth
regular $9.95. For Saturday and
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JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Modern Throughout. Rates
from" $1.50 day. Chil.
Restaurant Adjoining

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of all kinds
FLORIDA CFEF, PORK,
POULTRY, ETC.,
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New York Market
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Phone 110

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PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con

tract work. Gives more and better

work for the money than any other

contractor in the city.

seems to be fairly under way every
one has settled back to enjoy them themselves
selves themselves comfortably and the coming
season will see the- old fashioned
waltz and old time gliding steps here
to stay."

A man on the street corner re

marked : "Yes, it is hard to build a
ball- park fence free from knotholes
and loopholes, when you consider the

no-account timber you have to use

these days."

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Marion county sugar corn is on the
market, and it beats all how a girl
who is so dainty that she eats peas
with a fork will bury her face in an

ear of corn until the butter and salt

run down both ears like the crystal
dew under the morning sun.

It was Betsy Ross who showed
George Washington how to make a

five pointed star with one clip of the

scissors. She did that on June 14th,
1777, and the Stars and Stripes was
the result. A year later Congress
(always that late at least) adopted

the American flag.

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Now just listen to this: A French

scientist declares that high heel
shoes are a certain preventative of
tuberculosis, or other lung troubles.

We now understand why it is that

Ocaal girls are so healthy. Jaybird
heels and stilts will now have their
"lawful" positions.

We are told that nine persons out

of ten who have reached the age' of

ixty are dependents. That is one

reason we are ; so diligently saving
five cent sa year. It's a great pity
that all young people cannot be induc

ed to lay aside a part of their earn earnings
ings earnings for the inevitable "rainy day,"

like- us. : .

- Ocala's business women seem to be

right active these days. They are
having meetings, luncheons, picnics
and everything. ; Their club is appar apparently
ently apparently as popular as the men's club, if

not more so. They are studying gov

ernment and other fundamentals

which have been neglected by the men

and they evidently propose, to take a
strong hand in elections as soon as

they have the opportunity to vote.

Almost south of our city is a pret pretty
ty pretty town which nestles among hills
and many wonderful lakes. A short
time since a party of friends spent an
evening ine one of the town's most
prominent homes, a home while little
children live and fairy feet and merry
chatterings made lively the live-long
day. At -9 o'clock echoes from the

nursery revealed the bedtime hour,

and the patter of little feet were

heard to hesitate on the stair landing.
The pretty mother sitting near her
guests raised her 'finger for silence.
"Quit just a moment, please, the chil children
dren children are going to deliver their good goodnight
night goodnight message," she softly said. "It
always gives me a feeling of rever reverence
ence reverence to hear them. They are so much
nearer to God than we are, and they
speak the love that is in their hearts,
never so fully as when bedtime comes.
Listen." There was a moment of in intense
tense intense silence. Then, "Mamma? came
the message from above, "Willie's
found a bedbug."

CONSTIPATION

And Sour Stomach Caused This

Lady Much Suffering. Black-
Draught Relieved.

Meadorsville Ky. Mrs. Pearl Pat

rick, of this place, writes: MI was

very constipated. I had sour atomacfr

and was so uncomfortable. I went to

the doctor. lie gave me some pills.

They weakened me and seemed to
tear up my digestion. They would
gripe me and afterwards it seemed
1 was more constipated than before.
I feeard of Black-Draught and de
elded to try it. I found It Just what I
needed. It w&s an easy laxative, and
not bad to swallow. My digestion soon
Improved. I got well of the sour stom stomach,
ach, stomach, my bowels sooa seemed normal,
no more griping, and I would take a
dose now and then, and was in good
shape.
I cannot say too much for Black
Draught for It Is the finest laxatlvt
one can use."
Thedf ord's Black-Draught has for
many years been found of great value
In the treatment of stomach, liver and
bowel troubles. Easy to take, gentle
and reliable in Its action, leaving no
bad after-effects, it has won the praise
cf thousands of people who have used
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Cut Prices on all Our Men's and Boys
Clothing and Shoes; also, Women's and
Children's Ready-to-Wear Clothing and
Shoes. ........ . .

COLLARS by the BO

At last our February purchase of 250 dozen
Men's and Boys' Linen Collars has arrived.
All Styles. Sizes 13 to 19 l-Z. Regular Prices 25c
to 30c each, 1-2 doz. to box. Our price
14 l-2c each. Men's and Boys Soft Collars each 12c.

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SUGAR
All you want up to 50 pounds,
d&w U-SERVE GROCERY.

NOTICE

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
Mattie Bowen, Complainant, vs. John
C. Bowen, Defendant Order for
Constructive Service.
. It i3 ordered that the defendant
herein named j to-wit: John C. Bowen,
be and he is hereby required to appear
to the bill of complaint in this cause
on or before
Monday, the 2nd day of August, 1920
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
This 25th day of June, 1920.
(Ct. Ct. Seal) P. H. Nugent,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
D. Niel Ferguson,
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Service, and deliver to you perhaps before you
could reach our store.
We give special attention to phone orders because'we
know the need is urgent, and we send you just
what you want.

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any society items,

Messrs! Nat Mayo and Fred Winer

will leave tomorrow in the former's
car for Daytona Beach to spend the

fourth.

Mrs. W. M.- Gober, son and daughter
left yesterday af tern km for their

home at Lakeland after a few days

pleasantly spent m the city.
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Messrs. Ed Morgan and W. H.
Chambers are among the Ocalans
leaving tomorrow by auto to spend

tne fourth at Daytona Beach. .,
W. K. Lane, M. U, Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent tore,
Ocala. Fla. v tf.

Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Hines leav

Monday afternoon for a pleasure trip

to Miami, St. Petersburg and other

points, returning to the city Friday.
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Mr. Bernard Koonce arrived in the
city yesterday afternoon to spend

Sunday and Monday with his mother,

Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce, and other rela
tives.

Don't fail to visit ,the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not pricea.tf
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Adams accom accompanied
panied accompanied by, Mr. Robert Van Osteen
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for Daytona Beach, to spend the
fourth.

Mr. Harry Clark of New York city,
will arrive in Ocala this afternoon U.
spend a few hours with relatives,
leaving later with his mother for
Tampa. y ;
Mr. C. G. Cooper, one of the most
popular of the commission men who
visit Ocala, left this afternoon for

yuiiiia iwrin aiier several weeKS
ypent in the city. ;
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell -is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITYnot prices, tf
Mrs. Mary Shuey left yesterday
afternoon for Dayton, Ohio, for a sev several
eral several weeks' visit, after which she will
go to Saginaw, Mich., for the re remainder
mainder remainder of the summer.

Misses Annie Davis and Cora Grif Griffin
fin Griffin are in Orlando enjoying a viist at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hentz Griffin.-
They motored there in Miss Da Davis,'
vis,' Davis,' car the first of the week.

FREIGHT OFFICE WILL CLOSE

The S. A. L.. freight station will be

closed Monday, July 5th. :
It C. A. Harris, Agent.

AUCTION. HONORING

FORMER OCALA 3IATRONS

NOTICE
All members of Tulula Lodge No.
22.' I. O. O. F., are requested to at attend
tend attend the meeting Tuesday night, July

6th. Installation of officers. Refresh

ments wfll be served. AH visiting

brothers Invited. :
C. W. Moremen, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. 1 l-3t
Pepsinol Saved

SnHering. Woman

Sirs. Susan Record Tells of Wonder Wonderful
ful Wonderful Relief from Indigestion
"I suffered with chronic indiges indigestion
tion indigestion for eight years," writes Mrs.
Susan Record of Memphis, Tenn.,
"and none of the medicines I tried did
me any good until I took Pepsinol.
"I have now used several bottles
and am feeling fine and can now eat
anything I want. I would not be with without
out without Pepsinol and I want others af afflicted
flicted afflicted like I was to know that they
can get relief by taking this wonder wonderful
ful wonderful Pepsinol."

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Delightfully informal and appro

priate in the smallest detail was the
auction party yesterday afternoon
from 5 to 8 o'clock at which Mrs. T.

S. Trantham was the charming hos hostess,
tess, hostess, at her home on South Sanchez
street, given in honor of three form2r

popular Ocala residents, Mrs. Robert
Clark of Tampa, Mrs. Charles V. Mil Miller
ler Miller of Tampa and Mrs. Alfred Beck
of Fort Lauderdale.
The fourth of July sentiment pre prevailed,
vailed, prevailed, and the decorations were ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly fitting and pretty. The en entire
tire entire front part of this home was made
cozy and attractive by many huge
vases of handsome roses, pretty flow flowers
ers flowers and ferns.
For those playing auction, three
tables were placed on the front lawns
and upon each was a handsome table
covere, the tables being centered with
vases of roses and protruding from
the flowers were,ribbons of red, white
and blue and at the end of each loop
were unique score cards by which the
players found their places. The front
veranda was most comfortable and
inviting fo rthose not playing cards,
but who enjoyed the hospitality and
entertainment of Mrs. Trantham and
those assisting her.
After the hostess and the honorees

Lhsd informally but cordially greeted

the guests, upon their arrival, they
were treated to most appetizing
punch, the punch bowl being presided

Mrs. Robert Clark leaves this aft aft-ernoon
ernoon aft-ernoon for her home in Tampa, after
a few days pleasantly spent in the
city a guest at the home of her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. J. R. Dewey and family.
Don't fail to "visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. ; Every Everything
thing Everything we sell H guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices- tf
Mrs. Jessie Alsop of Dunedin, after
a brief visit in the city at the home
of Mr. G. T. Maughs and Mrs. Clif Clifford
ford Clifford Ayer, left this afternoon for
North Carolina, where she will spend
most of the summer.

Captain J. H. Welsh .of Miami
leaves this afternoon for Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, after a brief visit in the city, a
guest at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. J. R. Dewey, and family. Cap Cap-;tain
;tain Cap-;tain Welsh has scores of friends in
Ocala who are always i delighted to
welcome his visits.

Mrs. Wilham Hocker leaves this

afternoon for Philadelphia to visit

her husband, who is a patient at the

Presbyterian hospital. The many
friends of the family will be glad, to
learn that Mr. Hocker is improving
p.nd it is hoped that' an '-early date he
will be sufficiently strong to return to
his home here. ; ;

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Miss Musie Bullock, and the tables

were then cleared for the games of

auction, while those not playin

strolled about and occupied them

selves in other ways.
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ai me conclusion oi me game3 a

three-course menu was enjoyed, con

sisting of fruit cocktail, potato salad,

fried chicken, hot biscuits, pickled
pears, olives, ice tea andT ice cream
and cake, and during the games choc chocolate
olate chocolate mints were enjoyed.
To each of the three honored guests

Mrs. Trantham presented lovely sil silver
ver silver thimbles and to Mrs. E. G. Peek

fell a similar gift for securing high highest
est highest score.

Assisting, to make this affair one

of the most pleasant of the season,
were Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs. H. M.
Hampton and Misses Musie Bullock

and Catherine Livingston.

MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER
One of the jolliest and most inter

esting small gatherings of the week
was the one last evening at the ohem
of Miss Edith Williams, -when Miss
Williams complimented Miss Eugenia

Fuller, whose marriage to Mr. Hitt
Watkins Estes takes place July 7th.

Miss' Williams was successful in

keeping the secret, a miscellaneous

shewer, from Miss Fuller, who was
lead to believe an auction party was
the nature of the gathering, and when
she was called to the front door dur during
ing during the evening and to her surprise

there stood a huge traveling "- bag
with its handles tied with a big blue
ribbon bow and a clever appropriate
verse telling her the bag contained
presents for a bride, she was' indeed

a very astonished young lady. Upon
cpening the bag. Miss Fuller found
many articles of a most useful type,
each accompanied by a verse, the

reading of which caused much merri

ment. .- :.

'Xater in "the evening after a merry

time playing cards, Jiemming dish

towels, a gift from the hostess to the
honoree, the guests were invited into
the dining room, which was simple

but attractive m its decorations oi

pink verbenias. Upon a pedestal in

the middle of the dining room table,

surrounded by'ferns and flowers, was

a bride's case, which beside its at

tractive icing decorations was adorn adorned
ed adorned with tiny bride and groom kewpies.
As Miss Wijliams' and her mother

served their guests ice cream, cake
and candies, the honor guest sliced
the pretty cake and it was enjoyed

oy all present.

About a dozen of ; Miss Fuller's
special friends were guests and they

enjoyed very much this informal eve

ning, with Miss Fuller and-Miss Will

iams.

NOTICE FOR BIDS
The Board of Public Instruction
will receive bids
On July 15th; 1920 :
for the repair and putting in first
class condition the heating plant at
the Ocala high school and at the Ocala
primary school. Said -bids to be in
accordance, with plans and specifica specifications
tions specifications to be seen and examined in the
office of the Board of Public Instruc Instruction.
tion. Instruction. Said bids to : be accomDanied

with a certified check; for 5 per cent,
of bid. The board reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.

By Order of the Board of Public

Instruction, ; v W. D. Cam,

sat-wed Secretary.

PATRIOT ISM

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Is our middle name, and beileving that business houses, as well as the
individual, should celebrate the Fourth of July in a fitting
- manner, we will close our store all
day Monday, July 5th.

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THE CLOTHIERS

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What are you paying for Lubricating Oil, and what are you
going to pay in the near future?

the following prices will apply, on Texas

Until July 26th
Motor Oil:

Barrels
One-half Bar.
Five Gallons

Medium
.70 Gal.
.73 Gal.
4.00 Can

Heavy
$ .80 Gal.
.83 Cal.
4.50 Can

Extra Heavy

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Gal
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With every 5-gallon can bought I will wash out the motor

free.
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FREE II

with any of the following purchases :
One whole barrel Texas Motor Oil.
One tire and tube, U.S. or Firestone.
One Willard Battery.
I am sure you can make no mistake in laying in a supply of

Texas motor Oil at this time,
talk the matter over.

Come in and see me and let us

A COSTLY MISTAKE
. That is, thinking that you can pay a good price for a good automobile, feed
it any old sort of oil, and expect service and satisfaction from your car.
Do you realize that over 75 of motor breakdowns and engine trouble ii
traceable directly to flint, or hard carbon? Would you not believe a man crazy to
deliberately place a handful of. gravel or broken glass in the cylinders of his car?
Naturally you would. Yet you place oils in your motor that produce carbon flinty
enough to cut any metal surface, no matter how hard it is. This is expensively
foolish. You did not understand it before, but:
If you will bring your car to us, we will have your engine washed out at
no cost to you, fill it up with Texaco Motor Oil Extra Heavy, and if you do not
immediately get more mileage per gallon of gas and per quart of oil, and notice
an improvement in the performance of your motor, we will give you the six quarts
of oil necessary to fill up your car.
TEXACO MOTOR OILS CANNOT MAKE A FLINT CARBON
: Therefore, by using it you eliminated imperfect lubrication.
Remember: A "Cheap" oil does not mean an "Inexpensive" oil.
" . Yours truly,
AUTO SALES COMPANY
" MACK TAYLOR.

The circles of the auxiliary of the
Presbyterian church will meet Mon Monday
day Monday as follows: Miss Mary McDow McDowell's
ell's McDowell's circle with Mrs. Grider Perkins
at 5 o'clock; Mrs. Henry's circle with
Mrs. C. C. Balkcom at 5 o'clock; Mrs.

vv one's circle at the church at 10
o'clock in the morning. There will be

no meeting of Mrs. Newsom's circle,

wisses Elizabeth, Eleanor ; and

Katherine Long left yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon for Hendersonville, N. C. where

they will visit for some time before

proceeding to their home at ML Airy,

W. C The Misses Long spent several

months in the city, guests at the home
of their sister, Mrs. B." D. Blackburn,
and made scores of friends who are
looking forwar dto another visit from
them in the near future.

SUMMER SCHOOL

Anyone wishing to make up defic defic-iences
iences defic-iences in grade work please call at
the high school building Monday
morning, July 5, after 9 o'clock.
It Mrs. II. S. Wesson.

POSTOFFICE HOLIDAY NOTICE

Monday, July 5th, the general de delivery
livery delivery window will be open from 8 to
9 a. m. only. There will be no deliv delivery
ery delivery of mail by either city or ural car carriers.
riers. carriers. All mail will be dispatched,
ano incoming mail boxed as usual.
R. F. Rogers, P. M.
TODD CO. WILL CLOSE
SATURDAY AFTERNOONS

Until further notice, our yard and
cKce will close at 12 o'clo noon on
Saturdays and remain closed the bal balance
ance balance of the day. R. H. Todd Lumber
Co., two blocks north union depot. 1 Si

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that you would pay any other time for cash. A special jnan from the factory will be on hand'during the week to assist us in conducting this sale.
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TYPE E-2, $135,00
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It is big value for the money.
Notice its large size and steamline
cabinet, the work of the best design designers
ers designers in the country. Equipped with
automatic stop. Mahogany or walnt.
$2.00 a week.
Every home should have a Graf Grafonola.
onola. Grafonola. It is one form of entertainment
of which you will never tire. We
show a complete assortment of- Col Columbia
umbia Columbia Grafonolas at every price,
$35 to $250

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TYPE G-2, $150.00. Columbia Gralonola
Automatic Stop
A grafonola of exceedingly artistic
appearance. An example in design
and finish of the best American crafts craftsmanship.
manship. craftsmanship. Finished in red mahogany,
English bro wn mahogany, American
walnut Csatin finish), golden oak,
fumed oak. Equipped with shelves,
adequate for seven albums, each with
capacity of twelve records. Size,
46 1-2 inches high, 19 5-8 inches wide,
21 inches deep.
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Columbia Gralonola Automatic Stop
Simple and dignified in outline. The tone
volume of this popular model is astonishing
and the tonequality is exceptional. Equipped
with three-spring motors. Mahogany finish.
Automatic stop. Base 18 1-2x21 1-2; height,
13 5-8 inches. $1.50 a week.

Now is your opportunity to own a Columbia Grafonola on the most
liberal terms ever offered. A complete stock of Grafonolas and Records.
Come in now, select your Grafonola. Columbia Gratonolas trom $35 to $250.

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LATEST LOCALS
Mr. C. Stanaland of Lynne was in
the city yesterday.

Temperature this morning, 77; this
afternoon, 92.
The A. C. L. freight station will be
closed all day Monday.
Mr. John Battg cf Miami is in the
city visiting his parents here.
Mr. Eugene Mobley has gone to
Suwanee county for a week-end visit
to his. father. V.'':;:"
Ocala lost to Williston, two to five,
in the ball game Thursday, but is
pluckily training for another game.
Hie band save an excellent con
cert last night, which was ereatly en
joyed by the large crowd out to hear
it. ; '.;
Mrs. Philin Clarkson. who has been
the guest of Mrs. Geo. J. Blitch aC
Williston, has returned to her home
in Miami.
Mr. Lester Harrison of Anthonv,
Mr. B. C. Webb of Kendrick. Mr. P. B.
Fulsom of Yomans & Co., Waycrons,
Ga., were business visitors in tdvfn
tcday. t 'y-
Mrs. Mae Felts left this-afternoon
for a two weeks vaaction which she
will spend at St. Petersburg, Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater and other points on the west
coast. '.'"''"
- The Star printers were refreshed
this morning by an excellent water watermelon,
melon, watermelon, the gift of Miss Gertrude
Eaban, one of the pupils of the in industrial
dustrial industrial school.

THE WMPg MOTEL
' ; JACKSONVILLE, FLOQIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
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Every modern convenience, in each room. Dining room 'Service is
second to none

EGBERT tl. MEYER,
Manager.

Agents and
Service

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OLET, COLUilSIA and COLE

Cast Iron, Steel and

GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS

JALA MOTOR CO c-L simons

N. Main St. Phone 71
Opposite
Ocala Iron Works

J. D. SPENCER

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

GOODYEAR AND U.

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

CALA GAS ENGINE
PHONE 271
Ocala -

WiMS TRADE HERXoJ :

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WE do not promise the impossible, but, if 'you will take ad advantage
vantage advantage of the special offerings bargains that we present

vantage ot the special
from time to time,

We Positively Will Save Yea LIcaey lor the Qaslily.
OUR purchases are all made with a view to your saving and
profit.
YOU can reduce your cost of living and live better, if you
trade here. PilODC 413

Mr. L. N. Gansell, assistant super

intendent of the A. C. L. at Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville ,and Mr. Malcolm Williams, pas
senger agent at the same place, were
shaking hand3 with their Ocala
friends today. ;
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Dehon and two
daughters, A Misses Sarah and Jessie
Dehon and their visitor. Miss Ruth
Picknor of Albany, Ga., will motor
early in the morning to Daytona
Beach for the fourth, returning Mon Monday
day Monday evening.
Mrs. C. H. Price and family of
West Palm Beach and Mrs. J. A. Bou Bou-vier
vier Bou-vier and family of Jacksonville, have
returned to their respective homes
after spending two weeks delightfully
at the home of Mrs. Price and Mrs
Bouviert parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. M
Richardson.
BARGAINS IN USED
FORDS AND TRUCKS
See me if, you want a real bargain
in a Ford car and truck. Mack Taylor,
Auto Sales Co., Phone 348, Ocala,
Fla. l-3tdlyfcltwky
NOTICE TO ODD FELLOWS
' On ..Tuesday evening, July 6th, the
ofiieers of Tulula Lodge will be in
stalled. There will also be a district
meeting. After the session refresh
ments will be served. All members,
as well as every visiting Odd Fellow
is urged to be present.
2t W. C. Moremen, N. G.
" SEEDS!
Ninety day anu old fashion velvet
beans, chuf as. cow peas and sorghum
seed. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. if
J. E. KAVANAUGO
.- Proprietor.
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G "E N G Y
S. TIRES AND TUBES
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Florida
present

OU will find us an able and willing ally in yoiir
business affairs. We stand ready at all times to

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help our customers. You are invited

count at our Bank so that we may have an opportun- 3

ty to render you this service.
Resources More Than One Million.

lillli UCAIjA INiillQNiiL SANK i

BARGAINS IN USED
FORDS AND TRUCKS
See me if you want a real bargain
in a Ford car an dtruck. Mack Taylor,
Auto Sales Co., phone 348, Ocala,
Fla. l-3t
SUGAR
All you want up to 50 pounds.
d&w U-SERVE GROCERY.
BARGAINS IN USED
FORDS AND TRUCKS
See me if you want a real bargain
in a Ford car and truck. Mack Taylor,
Auto Sales Co., Phone 348, Ocala,
Fla. l-3tdly<wky
Tt't Service as not an emDtv
3 word. I am prepared to
.give your eyes the serv-
ice von have been need.
TrA-e-cvY
T.wp ... ing so long.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
See Me
For All Classes 01
Stone, Briclc, Wood,
and Concrete
Building
J. D.JvSeCasIull
Contractor
Phone 446. 728 Wemona St.
WrL A. TIN SIM
Contractor
Brick and Plastering
TiIe and Marble Flooring
Specialties
215 Fifth Street. Phone 526
YOU tante die tempdag
tang of lemons in cold,
sparkling Ward's Lemon-
Cruihl A refreshing delight
when the van is hottest.
Contain die oil of fruUr-rkked
lemons, pure cucar and citric mcid
ith natural add of citrus fruits).
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Prepared by Orange -Crojh Co Chirtgo
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Zend for free hoK "The S-'ory ofOrani-Cru&
' Lemoa-Crusli"
BOTTLED IN OCALA BY
OCALA COCA-COLA
BOTTLING WORKS
PHONE 50

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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

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MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
M PIANOS HAfia.AflV
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC
Two Pounds fop..:.
Ten Pounds or .

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: With a Dollar Purchase o! Other Groceries

Twenty Pounds for -1 -. ....$510
With a Two Dollar Purchase

of Other Groceries.

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The other day a man lost
two hours because his bat bat-1
1 bat-1 tery suddenly went back on
him. He could have saved ,
delay by keeping that battery
shipshape. V
Sidestep trouble by stop stopping
ping stopping in. Ask aboutThreaded
Rubber Insulation the
kind selected by 136 manu-
. facturers of cars and trucks.
Ocala Storage Battery Compaey
20 North Main Street
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LONG DISTANCE MOVING :
Phone 288
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UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

RATES Six line, maximum, one
time, 25c.; three times, 50c.; six times
75c; one month, $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. WANTED Bright young man with
sufficient energy and ambition to
build, up for the future. No spec
ial previous training necessary.
Work will be in various depart departments,
ments, departments, such as clerk, warehouse
shipping department, etc. Give age,
size family and when can start. Kil
gore Seed Co., Plant City, Fla.l-4t
WANTED Young lady to wait on
table. Appl yto City Cafe. 3-tf
WANTED Honey. Send two-ounce
sample to Jacksonville Cracker
Works, Jacksonville. Fla. 2S-lm
FOR RENT Furnished apartment,
private bath. Just off Fort King
avenue. No children. Call phone
211. 16-151;
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phons
T146, 2-m
FOR SALE A fine young Jersey
cow, just fresh. C. P. Howell, Box
188, Ocala, Fla. Phone S9M. 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
FOR SALE A $500 8 first mort
gage due, in about four years on
one of the best little farms in Mar Mar-,
, Mar-, ion county, Farm will bring $1500
at forced sale. This is a fine chance
for the safe investment of a mod moderate
erate moderate sum at good interest. Ad Address
dress Address P. O. Box 113, dcala, Fla. 1 3t
FOR SALE 20-acre 'farm for sal
cheap; all under -fence; five-room
house and barn 1- miles north of
courthouse. Price $700. Apply to
W. Tagg, 307 Main street. 30-6t
WANTED One white waitress. Ap
ply at Hunter's Cafe. 2-3t
LOSTBetween Bfooksville and Dun-
nellon, red satin and velvet hand hand-bad,
bad, hand-bad, containing plain gold m band
ring, some change and other arti articles.
cles. articles. Finder please return to Mrs.
T. E. Zant, 113 S. Patterson St.,
Valdosta, Ga. 2-2t
FOR SALE 1920 Ford, used short
time, $650. James Hall, Florida
House. 2-3t
FOR SALE One ton worm drive
Ford truck, Cheap, on easy pay payments.
ments. payments. Address, "Gray," P. O. Box
' 232, Ocala, Fla. 3-lt
BARGAINS IN USED.
FORDS AND TRUCKS
See me if you want a real bargain
in a Ford car and truck. Mack Taylor,
Auto Sales Co., Phone 348; Ocala,
Fla. l-3tdly<wky
SUGAR
All you want up to 50 pounds,
d&w U-SERVE GROCERY.
SEEDS!
Ninety day. and old fashion velvet
beans, chuf as, Pyles and Gist seel
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tl
What have you to sell or trade?
Lcok It up and advertise it in the
Star.
building
Id Otioos
YOU CAN SAVE
Many Dollars
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. Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
Drug Store
0 SGIIEDUL
Arrival and departure of passenger
tra'na 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
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 ara
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:35 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pm
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 R. R.
Leave. Arrive
2:12 pm JacksonvilleNYork 3:15 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
3:18 am St .Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 &m
3:35pm'SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pra
7:10 am Dunnelion-Wilcox '
7:25 am 'Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm" Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday,' Friuy.
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NOTICE
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of the State of Flor-
Ida, in and for Marion County, la
Chancery.
CITY OF OCAIA, 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, Ilorida: -You
are hereby notified that on th
15th day of June, A. D. 1S20, the City
of Ocala, a municipal corporation cr cr-ganized
ganized cr-ganized and existing: under the lara
of the state of Florida, of the county
of Marlon. 'and state of Florida, filed
and presented Jn the circuit court of
the Fifth Judicial Circuit of the st&t
of Florida, in and for Marlon county,
in chancery. Its petition in the above
entitled cause against the State ci
Florida for the purpose of determining
the authority of said city to incur cer certain
tain certain bonded debt, hereinafter specifies,
and to determine the legality ot all
proceedings had or taken la connec connection
tion connection therewith and to secure the -validation
and confirmation of said bond bonded
ed bonded debt. The said bonded debt deslrfti
to be incurred by said- city being as
follows:
By the issuance of negotiable coupon
bonds of said city of Ocala, in the ag aggregate
gregate aggregate amount of 1 50,000; said bonds.'
to be In the denomination of $1000 ea-eft
and to be numbered from one to fifty,
both numbers Inclusive; both the prin principal
cipal principal and interest of said bonds htinss
payable at the office of the city treas treasurer
urer treasurer of the City of Ocala, in Ocala,
Florida; said toonds .bearing Interest at.t
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 ot said 4onds, provided
that the first interest coupons on said
bonds shall not be made due untii
April 1st, following the sale or dis disposal
posal disposal of said bonds; that said bonds to
bo dated October 1st, 1S20, and bonds
numbered 1 to .25 both numbers in inclusive,
clusive, inclusive, in the aggregate sum of
$25,000 to mature ten years after date',
thereof and 4onds numbered 28 to tsJ.
both numbers inclusive, Jn the aggre aggregate
gate aggregate sum of $25,000 to mature twenty
years after date-' thereof. Said b-ond
to be designated "Street Iraprovemerit
Bonds," and to oe issued for the pur purpose
pose purpose of paying -part of the costs cf
grading, paving and curbing certafi
streets or -portions of streets in the
City of Ocala. The issuance of said
'bonds having been authorized by the
election duly had and held in sala City
of Ocala. Florida, on the 11th day of
May, 1S20.
You are further notified that pur pursuant
suant pursuant to Chapter 868 of the Laws of
Florida, approved May 18th, 1S15, the
Judge of the above styled court on the
15th day of June, A. D. 1920. issued aa
order in this said cause against the
State of Florida, requiring it thru the
state attorney of the circuit court cf
the Filth Judicial Circuit of the State
of Florida, in and for Marion county,
to show cause before the judga of ik
above styled court, at chambers In
Ocala, Marion county, Florida, on tlia
134 k day of July, A. X. 1C23
at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., why j
said bonds should not be validated and
confirmed.
You are further notified and requir-'
ed to show cause, if any you have, t
said time and place specified in salt
order to said state attorney, why said
bonds should not be validated and con confirmed,
firmed, confirmed,
Witness ray hand and ffWil scrl .it
Ocala, Marion county. I IriJa., th.U
lith day of June, A. 1) 13:
seai) p. i;uar.::?
Clerk of the Circuit Co ,.: c; f,s ..;
Judicial Circuit cf n.3 ;t
Florida., in ar.d fvr I-."
F. It. HOOKER,
Solicitor far C ' 17. :



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