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Iff 1I1G PUBLIC
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 7, 1920.
The board of couny commissioners
convened with Commissioners O. H.
Kcgers, J. W. Davis. R. B. Ileffert,
J. A. Talton and J. T. Hutchins pres-
lir. Mills called and complained of
the condition of bridges on the Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship and Standard road. V-'-.'-V-'-Mr.
R. W, Ervin called and asked
for an increased allowance to Rev. A.
L. Prisoc. '. -A::'.':
Mr. E. Bomilini presented bond for
license to carry a rifle, stating that
he wished to use same for butchering
purposes.' Bond was approved, y
Committee hertofore appointed, viz:
T. F. Morgan, J. B. Trotter
and T. E. Hutchins filed oath of free
holders and recommended the follow following
ing following as best and most practical route
for road in Romeo vicinity: Commence
at the ne -cor of. sett of S 18 Tp 15 R
20, at end of hard road thence w on
quester section line thru S;13 T 15 R
20, thence w thru S 13 and 14 T 15 R
19 to quarter section post on w side
of S 14, thence n 64 deg w 50 chs to
a i t 4 chs e of S. A. L. R. R.. thence
n 68 degrees and 30 min w 212.5 chs
to tha sw cor of S 6 T 15 R 19 and
being at a pt 19 links e of the A. C.
L. R. R., a distance of miles and
2.50 chs. Which report was accepted
and the said road ordered posted for
. The following petition was receiv received:
ed: received: We, the undersigned, petition your
board to grant a public road to be
68 feet wide, as marked by stakes and
surveyed by the stats road depart department,
ment, department, beginning at Belleview and
ending at the Lake county line, de described
scribed described as follows: ..
Beginning 1950 feet s of the S. A.
L. depot at Belleview and 90 ft w of
the S. A. L. tracks, thence e and s
through sees 31, 32 and 34, tp 16, r
23 and sees 3, 2 and 1 of tp 17 r 23,
thence easterly through sees and 5,
of tp 17, r 24, thence s and e through
tec 4, tp 17, r 24, thence s through
sec 9 of tp 17, r 24, thence e .and w
through sees 16, 21, 28 and 33, tp 17,
r 24, intersecting the present road
known as the Dixie Highway at Wall Wall-ing's
ing's Wall-ing's old mill site, south of Weirs Weirs-dale,
dale, Weirs-dale, thence over the present road to
the Lake county line, which' petition,
bearing 32 signatures, was received
and the following committee was ap
pointed to view and mark out the
best and most practical route for said
road, viz: J ,M. Meffert, R. L., Martin
and A. C. Blowers. ,
The following petition was present
We, the undersigned, citizens of
Marion county and being citizens di
rectly affected, respectfully petition
your honorable body to grant and re
establish the road known as the Sil
ver Springs and Orange Springs road
between Silver Springs in sec 1 tp 15
r 22 e, and Fort McCoy in see 15 tp
13 r 23 east, which petition bearing
21 signatures was received and the
following committee was appointed to
view and mark out the best and most
practical route for said road, namely:
Messrs. George Bowen, J. N. Priest
Attorney H. M. Hampton and sev
eral citizens came before the board
and protested against the granting
of road between Cotton Plant and
Romeo, petitioned for at meeting of
Aug. 2nd, and asked that neither pe
tition for roads in that section- be
granted, pending an investigation of
the physical conditions of the routes
petitioned for which request was
granted by the board and action was
deferred on the petition for the Buck
Pond school house road, pending the
investigation of the board.
Hilary Jackson and wife were or
dered placed on the pauper list at $5
Upon motion the following resolu
tion was unanimously passed:
Whereas. It has come to our atten
tion that a petition signed by a com
parative few of the taxpayers o
commissioner's- .district No. 3 4. has
been sent to the governor of Florida
a siting Mm to request the resignation
of Mr. O. H. Rogers, chairman of this
board, on the ground that he had re
moved from the said fourth commis
signer's district of Marion county
therefore, in vindication of the chair
man cf this board, we the undersign
ed members of the board of county
commissioners in regular session as
sfiinbled do set forth the following
facts from the tax books of Marion
county, viz: O. H. Rogers pays taxes
on hi3 home and property in election
precinct No. 11 in commissioner's
district No, 4, that he pays no taxes
in any other district of this county,
that his family has lived this year in
a rented house in Ocala, which the
raid Rogers says i3 for the benefit of
tchool advantages for his children.
We further state that the chairman
cf this board has been a very useful
.and efficient member of the county
commissioners; that he has attended
A nd ia Ford n g a Read j ustment of
Prices, Says Vice President Piatt
of Federal Reserve Board
Charleston, W. Va., Sept. 16. The
buying public has rebelled against
ever mounting prices and forced a
period of readjustment of values, Vice
Governor Piatt of the Federal Re Reserve
serve Reserve Board told the West Virginia
ankers Association today. The les
sening demand, he said, is traceable
directly to, public sentiment against
Belleview, Sept. 15. Mr. Will Mill-
som was in town a few days last
week calling on friends.
Mrs. Alice Noland and baby of
South Carolina, are guests of Mrs. J.
N. Shedd this week.
Dr. B. A. Tanner and wife return
ed home last week from an enjoyable
trip in the mountains of North and
J. W. Nelson was a business caller
in Tampa last week.
Mr. Fellet and Mr. Spencer of High
oint, N. C, are visiting Mr. Kidd
and family this week.
Mrs. G. A. Smith and baby have
returned home from a visit of several
months spent with Mrs. Smith's peo
ple, the Rochschilds in New Haven,
The Bellview .Baptist Young Peo
ple's Union rendered a very, interest interesting
ing interesting program at Oxford last Sunday
evening, asx follows: '-,
Song, "Loyalty to Christ." -Prayer
by Brother Brinson, of Ox
Song, "Reapers are Needed."
Drill on key .verses of Bible read
ers course and mottos, ny Mrs.
Song Ethel Freeman.
Scripture lesson, Daniel 1-8:20
Jessie Freer and Winters Hames.
The subject or the lesson was,
"Daniel, a Country Lad in a Great
City," which was introduced by the
eader. Freeman Hames.
"Life is the Great City" Ethel
"Interpreting Dreams" Mildred
"Daniel's Dream" Jesse Freer.
Special song by Mrs. I. I. Strong
and Mildred Baxter.
Reading, "The Handwriting on the
Wall" Winters Hames.
"In the : Lion's Den" Mittie .Me
Song, "He Is Mine." : -
"Was Daniel Harmed by the
Lions?" Agnes Freer.
Conclusion, by Ellie Tremere.
Song, "Zeal Our Watchword.".
ADout twenty-nve or our young
people were represented at this meet
mg and after the program enjoyed
the preaching services there.
Mrs. E. A. Ashworth and Miss
Mary Gale began their school duties
in Ocala as teachers Monday morn
Miss Katherine Feuchester is at
tending high school in Ocala this
Mr. Kidd, Mr. SpenceV and Mr. Fel
let left Tuesday for Tampa and they
expect to visit Miami, St. Petersburg
and other cities on the east coast on
their way home. They are v taking
the trip by auto.
Fresh car Atlas cement just re
ceived. R. II. Todd Lumber Co. 163t
v ATI A
Terrific Explosion in W all Street
Killed Scores and Wounded
New York, Sept. 16. A terrific ex
plosion which xocked all lower Man Manhattan
hattan Manhattan occurred at noon outside the
offices of J. P. Morgan & Company on
Wall street. Several persons were
tilled and many injured. Junius Spen
cer Morgan was cut by flying glass.
Officials denied it was a bomb ex
plosion at first. Newspaper report
ers counted eight bodies on the
streets and say the Morgan building
is a shambles.
The stock exchangers closed.
AT LEAST THIRTY- KILLED
It was" unofficially reported, at 1
o'clock that thirty were kied and
the ; police estimated the injured at
Theories advanced as to the cause
of the explosion ranged from a T. N.
T. truck wrecked to an infernal ma
chine. Some said they saw two men
in an automobile stop in front of the
Morgan building with a bomb.
The financial district presented a
scne of great demolition with win
dows and fronts of buildings shatter
ed. No big .financiers were hurt as
far as can be learned. Seventeen vic victims
tims victims in the Morgan- building were
taken from a side door. Four, includ
ing one woman, were said to have
been killed. r
Federal troops were thrown about
the sub-treasury, "which was partly
wrecked and a police cordon sur surrounded
rounded surrounded the entire financial district
to keep back the thousands of people
who rushed to the scene. to view the
. HOSPITALS CROWDED
The hospitals in the vicinity are
filled. Ambulances and fire apparatus
dashed through the crooked streets.
The concensus of opinion is that the
explosion occurred in the streets.
Federal experts are investigating the
FINANCIAL DISTRICT IN FLIND FLINDERS
The financiaf district presented a
scene of great demolition with the
windows and fronts of buildings shat shattered.
tered. shattered. The police commissioner said
the Morgan firm reported that dyna dyna-miate
miate dyna-miate on the street caused the blast.-
BRASS BAND MET BABE
Chicago, Sept. 16 A brass band of
fifty pieces accompanied Babe Ruth,
the home run king, to the American
League Park, where New York and
Chicago today entered the critical
pennant series. The band is from St.
Mary's Industrial School, Ealtimore,
where Ruth spent several years.
living in tne cities. At any rate the
VUW "W "w w
BASEBALL THIS AFTERNOON.
Following-is Ocala s line-up m the
ball game with Brooksvilel thisaft
ernoon:': '", :.'
Strickland, lb; ..Fallow, 2b;. Luff
man F., 3b; Jackson, ss; Hogan, If;
Harris, cf; Denham, rf; Ieavengoodj
or Bamber, c; Mickler or Wallace, p.
It has been reported to' us by a
man who savs that another man told
him he heard that a gentleman now
rpsidJnf in this ritv bet 225 on
Brooksville. It is also- reported that
this snort is irt a very nervous condi-
FARM NOTES BY
THE COUNTY AGENT
Weather and labor conditions thisltered up to closing time Wednesday:
year emphasize the fact that a great!
many of our farmers are over-crop
ping themselves. Starting out in the
spring with 30 or 40 acres to each
work animal they manage to keep up
fairly well ,with tthe eld work as long
as the wreather is favorable, but as
soon as sufficient rams come to keep
them out of the fields for several
days they get behind and are notl
able to secure enough labor to assist
them to catch up again with their
work. As a result the grass and Maggie S; Sawyer and Laura A. Wil- Scrip dance tonight given for visit visit-weeds
weeds visit-weeds rob th'e crons of moisture and! unn. VisH rpp-istprd tn noon. .Iin2 ball team at Commercial lit ll. It
plant food and matenally reduce the
yields sometimes to the point of
total failure.-.: :
With the idea of helping the one-
horse farmer to decide the acreage
that he should undertake tocultivate,
we wisn xo outline .wnai we consiaer
the proper size of farm and the safest
J 1 J- 3
kind of farming, for Marion county.
It must, be understood that it is not
intended to give a hard and fast pro
gram that will suit every farmer or
meet the conditions on every farm,
me one inmg, inougn, mat we are
positive aoouc, is inai approximately
acres is as mucn ianu as anyone
man witn one norse snouia unaertaKe
to manage, with a larm or tnis size
andthe, crops so planted that rapid
working implements, such a? scultl-
yators and harrows can be used, the
in four days and always be ahead in beans 2 acres; for cucumbers or can can-the
the can-the work of cultivationThen if fore- taloupes, 2 acres, and for tomatoes, 4
eo to stay out 01 tne neia ioy a wmie
on account 01 weatner conditions ne
can soon catch up with his. work
without the need of hiring any labor
because he is working rapidly and
hasn't so much land to cover. In dry
weather he is able to give his crops
frequent cultivation and thus save all
tne moisture, possmie. ao. m tne
case of wet weather, he is in much
better position to control the grass
and in the case of drouth he can give
his crops the best of attention. This
assurance 01 oemg aDie 10 give tne
crops the proper care makes it wise
for him to. use fertilizers liberally.
reruiuers ceruuuiy wm increase
" vi V si "si
IB il IS iKilELlIl
r THE GIG CIIIEf jtUHB
Copperhead Mayor of Chicago Seems
to be iioss ot Kepublicans j charging iiis Uuties as lrc: i i-of
of i-of Illinois I dent of Frenee
Chicago, Sept. 16. Returns from
the Illinois primaries gave leads to
the republican candidates favored by j
Mayor Thompson's faction, but not
decisive. Len Small led Lieut. Gover- Chanel, according to official announce announce-nor
nor announce-nor Oglesby by 25,000 for governor, ment. Premier Millerand will receive
and Representative Smith led Repre- the presidents of th senate and
sentative McKinley for the Senate by.
15,000. Many anti-Thompson strong-
holds are yet to report.
1 W O y Ji.J-i i o u IA l
Taffc has volunteer his services to the
republican national committee and
will devote two weeks to campaigning
for Senator Harding, it was announc-
CUA WILL, lALli in i liiuu
Enroute with Cox, Sept. 16.- Gov.
Cox closed the second week
western swing with five addresses in
Nevada today, uovernor lioyle and
Senator- Henderson joined the candi-
aate at tlko. oov. iox speaics to-
night m Keno.
The following white women regis-
-Lucy N. Savage.
Enda May Wiley,
May H. Hillman.
Two registered this morning, name-
I Minerva Macdonald Murphy;
I Annie Blair Wood row.
" The first colored woman to register
1 this morning was Nancy -.T. Allen.
Only three more; Susie Burdoff Smith,
v;eids and at a m-ofit. but. unless there
lirn:W. wmun. MilHvKAn
can be eiven a cron"so-that the crass
xvm not ose the fertilizer and so
fhat moisture win not-be lacking to
i mae- the fertilizer available for the
j croPf jt may not be wise to use them,
jt js pian that the more expense that
J js pUt nto a crop the bigger will be
the loss in case of cron failure. The
eSL in a small farm is assurance
against a crop failure and assurance
1 0f ig- yields.
A farm of 20 acres could be plan-
ned as follows i For corn, velvet beans
and peanuts, 7 acres; for oats, 3
acres; for sweet potatoes -acre; for
cane 14 -acre; for garden and orchard,
I acre: for ha v. 2 aprpa (where- nats
wer grown); for chicken feed, 1 acre
- J for snap
Jt js assUmed that one milk cow
wm be kept to provide milk for the
family, one brood sow kept to supply
meat f or the family and for sale, and
75 hens kent to furnish noultrv and
eggs for the home and for sale. As
the first" 12 acres are given to crops
to support the family and livestock,
any change in crops will necessarily
have to come in the 8 acres given to
truck crops. Here we have mentioned
beans, cucumbers, cantaloupes and
tomatoes for the reason that the time
0f harvesting these follows in the
order in which they are named as
whon the whola x AavrstoA
to one crop. By the use of 800 pounds
01 fertilizer under the corn.
j pounds under the hay and
1 j j 1 t 1 t
pounas unaer tne garaen ana trucis:
crops,-we feel sure that average high
iyields can be obtained and that we
can safely expect; 40 bushels of corn,!
one ton of hay and 200 crates of vege-!
tables per acre, blowing enough of;
the different products for family use
and support of the livestock, there
should be left .for sale something like
$125 of pork, 00 of poultry pro
ducts and $izvv or trues crops, j
totalling about $1400. Deducting
from this amount the cost of seeds
; ana lenmzers; wnicn snouia. run
around $600,- we have $S00 as the cash
returns for ihe year's work on 20
acres. Any family that has its fuel,
water, house rent, food and $800 in
cash for a year's work should be con
sidered as doing well. Even if tome
help has to be hired and the cash re-"
turns -reduced to $500, the showing
is not as bad as that made by manyj
1 1 V t i i t
(2 as he can properly handle under ad ad-verse
verse ad-verse weather conditions and adopts
J4iviui(ic j r vi. xai ixkxjj. az ia
I Dush hi3 land un to the hisrh&st!
j yields, will as a rule come out ahead
Z 1 01 the. one who undertakes a mrge
.iu.i.cxgc average grauc touu wiui
position to force his crops and land
.lf t,;i u s
wui wc am Ui. cxuiuei. ue 13 ill
t7. It.ft Art their Koct txrfiilo Va -stVi or i an
'xt tirciir AoncnAc-n fVa co.,
5? en io Triii a j
Physical Condition Prevents III BIs-
Paris, Sept. "16. The national as-
sembly will convene at Versailles
September 23th to consider the elec-
(tion of a successor to President Des-
chamber of deputies tomorrow to dis-
cuss convocation of parliament.-
A HOME FOR THiE LE AGUE
Approval of the purchase of the
and a half million francs, as a seat
for the secretariat, of the League of
I Nations will be asked of the league
POLES AGAIN SUCCESSFUL
Warsaw, Sept. 16-The soviet
I forces concentrated for an attack in
of mslthe direction of Lemtere have been
here T say. Polish
operations on the upper Jiug river
have been completely successful.
SOVIET WANTS TO SHOOT
Rome, Sept. 16. Preparations for
recruiting an Italian soviet army are
proceeding" in Milan. Rome, Turin,
Naples and other cities, according to
the newspaper Epocha, 'l which prints
the statement of a superior officer of
the Italian army.
WILL BOLSIIEVIZE THE WORLD
Tokio, Sept. 16. Serai-official ad
vices reaching here say that concrete
Pians ior ooinevizmg tne voria nave
I 1 P l -1 1 IV. 1 J 1
oeen penectea as ivioscow ana agenxs
will soon be detailed to America,
Japan, China and Asia for the cam-
Agents are already said to be
active in England and 3?rance.
. WORK FOR iniE. SERIES
f Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 16. The National
League pennant race may.be decided
in the clash between v Brooklyn and
Cincinnati, which began with a three-
J game series at Ebbets field today,
1 Cincinnati must vin the series to get
within striking distance of thrf Dodg-
Scrip dance tonight given for vislt-
ing ball team at Commercial Hall. It
OCALA LODGE NO. 2m. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 285, Benevolent
the second and f0Ur Tuesday eve-
mngs 01 eacn montn. visitin.
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street:
C. Y. Miller, E. E E-E.
E. E-E. J. Crock, Secretary.
Use Illenzo Creme and keep year.
teeth white; 25 cents at Gerig's Bruj
Store. :"-- if
Notify us if
any of our
is as much as requisite as artistic de design
sign design and execution.' ; It' is found m
every memorial ts.pne we erect,
Vhether the stone chosen be of tit
simplest or the most ornate dsserip-
ion j be within the
I bounds of good taste if orcered her.
i Cock of designs sr.o
Wra. A. Sesscms,
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OCALA EVENING STAC, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 1923
1 7 AW
talIifcrI r:verr Day Kxrept Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY COMPANY-OCALA,
OCALA, COMPANY-OCALA, FLORIDA.
date this particular branch of "his
work has cost him more than it fcs,3
paid him. Attorney "Green certainly
works for the good of the cause. His
fees have amounted to bout S0.
Criminal law is not Mr. Green's spec-:
ialty and he sacrifices his time and1
interests prosecuting tnese cases.
ri tee -..n i is'. J tr
It ti rarri.il lri!.int 1 unci ui uauuna) ouu ucuuncs c&iiu
i v. i.eentTMj, s-Tetary-Trttrer Marshal Thomas and his policemen
li- ..iwr I V, ,t,,la Hyma,. too w o. wsr,r,l
Ocals ths.n anv Gther town of its size
i::;terr-.l at Ocaia, FIa.,'"bostorSce as. . m...
iits deputies fair salaries ,but. there
I i. -. ...V il J Tl' .1 tt.
TPLI-IPIIOXIZS laie now euuuii ujl vutm. n, uosia k
I .. "j... ... t. : "Al-
liuftfnrA offire fit-o l pay witnesses enougn u pay xneir
7?Ieei I expenses., and a poor man who had to
lf'Ut I .. .1. . i
go irom anouier county to jacKson-
mkmbuk associated rucss "
TV, o.! Toc. la f.wl.JlTP V P-fi!lc "uuiu w omiic u-cS.
niuifej for the use for'repubiication of j Why can't the state and nation show
THANKS TO MR- ABSHIRE
iuu.mi iu.iiMi3MU.Ei;s Charter ro. Sfao
Editor Star: In your last week's
issue, commenting on a clipping from
the St. Augustine Record, you convey
the impression to some at least, that
we have a law against patrons of a
school district employing qualified
teachers from their own district- I
think, though, you intended to convey
the idea that those who were quali
fied to teach, but had no certificate,; now has the machinery and the county
could not be employed. At least that 1 convicts for the past two months
.Report cf Cot-IUIon cf the
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carefully to the best interest of Mar-!
ion county and especially has ever
been ready to contend for the special
interest or nis district and has laiUi-i At 0caU in the Stte cf Florida;at the Close cf I!-
In evidence of the above at the re-
iquest of the said O. H.xRogera he
f it 1L
Eesarve D;.::n;t :rr,. C
1 i i
ir;' on Rent. Eih. 1223
fall news dispatches credited to it or
nut otherwise cred'tea in tms pater ana
al.-i'j ilif. local nevra pubISihe-i herein.
All rights of republication of special
M?&atch3 hei"t'iu are aio reserveu.
ia little business sense about
no.in;sTic si;nscniprio. hates
Ooe ytar, in. advance ....
(-tlx month, in advance
Ihrce jnnntlis. in advance
0.i month, in aJvance
The Star has met a number of cit
izens who have been asked by the
sorrowing mother of Clarence Lang-
iiioo ford to sign the petition for the re-
i'l lease of her son, and while all of our
iiu.orman.is nave syrnpatiuzeu witii
her, none have signed, but they all
tell us that the petition has some
We don't blame Mrs.
,.:,,. i J- iV..r, Aifmatu laser-1 signatures.
tfons 2S. pt'r ctnt additional, coraposi- JCamn ve would probably do the
"tV,aLKn .aS".Inf4Sfai same thin- if we were in her place
position 20 per cent additional. Hates But we blame any citizen who has no
r"Sa,:;lniimtu Wrtr ;S5 more regard for justice and the safe
which Wm be furnisneJ upon apphca-Jty of the community than to join in
nju Noiice.. 5 cents per line for the attempt to set free this yoraiff
iirst insertion: 3 cents per nne ror ea.cn jcrimma.1. whose pardon snouia not
KfAtr-nne-t insfTtlOn. One CJiaiiK a
wek ailoweil on readers without x
Iiiiil adyertisfeVnents it lesal rates
COMMIT THESE TO MEMORY
Florida Democratic Presidential
trajeven be considered until he has given
by at least twenty years of good con
duct proof that he is repentant. We
wish to warn the weak ' sisters and
brethren who are willing to help pal
liate one of the blackest of crimes
that when the petition goes to Talla
hassee it will become a matter of
public record ,and it ,and their, names
will go in the Star, so the people of
?Iarion county may know who are
willing to help rob justice of its ef ef-fsMprv.
fsMprv. ef-fsMprv. TThf Tnnt.hpr of the rrim-
The pro-Germans all oven the coun-hnai jt is triie deserves svmnathv.
"try are very strong for Harding. kut jj0W about the widow and other
. . j relations of Ihe murdered man? If
Thy"' Russian Reds concede that the alI fjeaceable and craiet men are 5 to
Poles are strung with barbed wire.' feei that thev mav be shot down at
nnr timp. sr.d "that t.hpir slavers are
The fact is impressing itself en the to yve no greater punishment than
people that big cities are liabilities. to fcnow thejr relatives will have to
pay out some money, they had better
Ocala has ice again, and the verJban?j themselve stogether and thin
Charles E. Jone3
J. G. Sharon
P. Y. Cetr
Y7. V. Knott
C. B. Wella
(a) Loans and discounts, including rediscour-ts,
(except those shown in b and c) t
was the way I understood the com
ment. However, some there were who
took your words entirely differently.
Very respectfully, C. E. Abshire.
Eelleview, Fla., Sept. 14th-
v";" '--T' r- :
Since there is a misunderstanding,
v4 thank Mr. Abshire for calling at
tention to the matter. He has put
the correct construction on the Star's
anguage. "What the Star meant and
what the Star, said was that people
who are competent to teach and will
ing to teach the children of a com community
munity community they live in can't do so with
out going to more trouble arid ex
pense than the jobs would pay them.
In the old days the people of a coun country
try country community came together and se selected
lected selected some man or woman to instruct
their children. And such teachers
nearly always made good. The high
brows-have changed all this. They
have fixed it so that the teachers
must spend a disproportionate amount
of their time and salaries in keeping
up with '.the new fads, and the people
of course must pay the price. The
entire trouble is, as usual, with the
people, who should send to the legis legislature
lature legislature men who will put these mat matters
ters matters on a common sense basis.
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
brief time it was scarce is a lesson out those who give their lives to idle idle-how
how idle-how badly off a city is when one' of KCSS gambling, drinking, lying and
- its public necessities is held up. stealing7. There are a number cf men
i r in i
in Marion as in everv other countv
Grasshopper labor has played w10 would look best swinging by a
'steadily during the long summer that
began in 1915, but winter is coming
now. Well it 13 for those who saved
their surplus coin instead of blow
ing it in.
rope from a liyeoak limb.
Lake Yeir, Sept.
Hall of Oklawaha-opened her school
at Zephyrhills with a bright prospect
of a flourishing school the coming
fall and winter.
.sitting there fanning itself and gnn- Uell are pIeasantly located at Sum-
It gives you an awful jolt these
. summer mornings to go out on the
back piazza or front steps and not
find the old. familiar piece or icei
mr.g while it waits to bg taken in.
Up to closing time last night, ninety-four
-whitn women had registered
at the courthouse. This would.be a
good average, but it is, probably mere
in proportion than will register dur during
ing during the next three weeks. Yve think
there re at least 500 white women in
tha city who are competent to vote,
and every one of them who fails to
register will be neglecting her duty.
Mi;?3 Clem Hampton for
state superintendent of education.
There's no doubt of her ability to fill
the oiTice. Tampa Tribune.
If there is any office in the state
that needs an energetic young busi business
ness business wan, it is that of state superin
tendent of schools, and if the people
are wise they will not fill.it with 'a
teacher, male or female. Miss Clem
is a mighty fine old- lads', but what
fche needs is a cozy rocking chair, a
&hady porch for it in summer and a
comfortable distance,, from a bright
fire in an open fireplace in winter..
in this state who
fought against voting it dry, and
have been trying to moisten its arid aridity
ity aridity with their tears ever since, are
also weeping violently over the sad
fate of a man who was' held by the
fhe-rilT of Pinellas, and who, on re resisting
sisting resisting was restrained by deputies
while his car was searched. Yv"e don't
see why the man was so aggrieved.
There, was nothing contraband in his
car, and if he had simply told the
sheriff to go ahead and stood quietly
by he would have had no trouble. The
prohibition law can't be enforced un unless
less unless the cflkers have, power; in fact,
they have not as much power as they
should. Tha Clearwater Sun sheds
light on th2 subject when it says:
"Docs a man's reputation folio? him?
merfleld with their aunt. Miss John Johnson,
son, Johnson, while attending the high school
at that place.
Mrs. Denison of Indiana opened the
school here last Monday with, an en enrollment
rollment enrollment of 30 pupils arid with the
co-operation of the pa'rents and pub public
lic public in general hopes to make this one
of the most successful terms in tie
history of the school.
Miss Miriam Connor will leave next
week for Tallahassee to enter the
Woman's College for the coming term.
The young men have completed the
public dock and bath house at the
foot of Oklawaha avenue. Five bath
rooms and a large dock which will be
a great convenience for the Ocala
people coming to spend the day or
picnic parties, as there is a beautiful
grove of trees on the lake shore, all
making an ideal spot "for bathing,
fishing and picnicking.
Mr. Jones of Anthony and Mr.
Brookline are clearing up their lots
on the lake and will build several cot cottages
tages cottages and a garage on it as soon as
the Dixie highway is located as they
want to be sure cf a corner lot for
' The. two. furnished cottages which I
am advertising in a column of this
paper for sale at hz.se YTeir near
Eastlake, can be bought at the low
price of $1G00 and 2 GOO, respectively.
David S. Yoodrow. Room's, Merch Merchant's
ant's Merchant's block. U-15-tf
"Where Quality Counts"
Phone 14 430 N. Magnolia St.
(Ocala, Florida x
YOU CAN SAVE
On your shoe bill3 by having us re
build your old shoes. Our charges are
"moderate, and we guarantee satisfac
Between Ten Cent Store and G exit's
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:S3
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore, A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
J. Yf Akin, C. C.
Chas. XI. Sage. K.of R. & S.
The Daily & Sunday
One of the best newspapers
published in Florida. Associat Associated
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and City. news secured by com competent
petent competent reporters. Financial and
Market reports. Sporting news
and various comic features. An
exceptionally well edited con conservative
servative conservative editorial page. The
news columns are arranged so
the business man can get the
gist of the day's news easily.
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THE r.Mr.n 01
FJiasai, f lorida
working and building public roads inj
his district (No. 4) and our records i
show that he has attended to his du duties
ties duties in said work as the law directs.
We further, state that the said Rog Rogers
ers Rogers has ben faithful to assist other
members of the board in visiting the
public roads and adjusting differences
in their respective districts.
Ye therefore ask the governor of
Florida not to request the resigna-j
tion of Commissioner O. II. Rogers, j
Passed in open session at Ocala,!
Fla., thi3 Sept. 7th, 1920. I
J. A. Talton, j
, J. T. Hutchins,
J. W. Davis,
Roebrt Bruce MeiTert,
Co. Commissioners Marion Co. Fla. j
Messrs. Tremere and French called
and presented a petition concerning
the routing of the Dixie Highway in
the Belleyiew vicinity, as follows:
" We, the undersigned taxpayers of
he town of Belleview and vicinity,
respectfully petition your honorable
body to have a survey made. beginning
t station No. 739-42.3 on route A of
state road department survey of Dixie
Highway, which is approximately
19G0' south of the Belleview depot,
thence running .10 degrees curve to
right (radius 573.7' for. 43'59") thence
north 36 degrees 21' west for 1452.7,
thence to left on 2. degrees curve
(radius 2864.9 for, 66') thence down
YvT. Front street in a northwesterly
direction to intersect the present
Ocaa-Belleview hard road at a feas feasible
ible feasible point north of the county pump
and lime pit. We respectfully petition
your honorable body to take all nec necessary
essary necessary steps to have this survey made
a county road and the site oi the
route for the Dixie Highway through
Belleview. Said petition bearing 74
signatures wa3 received by the board
The following bonds were approv
ed: W..L; Colbert, S. L. Fridy and W.
L. Co wart as notaries public, Dan M.
Barco as supervisor of registration.
Pension applictaion of Mrs. Annie
M. Reed was approved.
The board recommended to the
comptrollerthat he allow Mr. E. M..
Robinson to redeem certificate No.
704, sale of 1920, on lot No. 1314
Dunnellon at $15.94, and all Omitted
years taxes on said lot upon valuation
of $330, said recommendation being
made on account of error of assess assessment.
ment. assessment. ,.
The board thereupon adjourned to
meet September 8th. 1920. The board
re-convened Sept. 8th with all mem members
bers members present.
Upon" motion duly .seconded and
carried' the board requested Messrs.
Needham Bros, to order 16 standards
to be placed on the public Square in
connection : with the white way sys system
tem system of the city of Ocala, said stand standards
ards standards to cost $934.
The board having noticed that the
state road department is grading the
Dixie Highway with hand shovels,
which method is considered to be very
slow, expensive and a great wastage
of the road funds applicable to the
roads of this county, the board, upon
motion, requested the state road de department
partment department to cease usirg the convicts
to work upon the Dixie Highway in
the above manner and that their en energies
ergies energies be concentrated upon clearing
the right-of-way and leave the grad grading
ing grading work to be done by machinery,
which method has proven more eco economical,
nomical, economical, and in view of the fact that
several citizens of the county have
inquired as to the cost of the work
done on this route and the board be being
ing being unable to give the figures, hav having
ing having no record of same, they respect respectfully
fully respectfully request that the state road de department
partment department render to them a statement
of the cost of the work by the state
on the Dixie Highway through this
county to Sept. 11920.
The following4 petition was receiv received:
We respectfully petition your hon honorable
orable honorable body to declare the road from
the head of Juniper Springs in sec
17 tp 15 s r 2G e, leading parallel with
J uniper Bay and intersecting the
Ocala and 'Patt's Island public road
in sec 27 tp 14 r 26 e, a public road
which would- accommodate a consid considerable
erable considerable number of people at little ex
pense to the county, which petition,
U. S. Government securities owned:
(a) Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds
(d) Pledged as collateral for state or ether de deposits
posits deposits or bills payable
(f) Owned and unpledged
(h) War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps'
actually owned .
Total U. S. Government securities
Other bond, securities, etc:
b) Bonds (other than U. S. bends) pledged to
secure postal savings deposi?.
(c) Bonds and securities (ether than U. S. secu securities)
rities) securities) pledged as collateral for state or
other deposits (postal excluded) or bills
payable . .
(e) Securities other than U. S. bonds (not in including
cluding including stocks) owned and unpledged.... lCGf
Total bonds, secureties, etc., other than U. S.. .
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank, (."0 per cent of
'" 1,043.0 J
(a) Value of tanking, house, owned ar.d ur.iri ur.iri-cumbered...
cumbered... ur.iri-cumbered... Furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other"than banking house..
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank...
Cash in vault and net amounts due from ra rational
tional rational banks
Net amounts due from banks, bankers and trut
companies in the United States (ether
than included in Item 3 12, 13 or 14)
Exchanges for clearing house .'.
Total of Items 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17.
Checks on banks located outside of city cr town
of-reporting bank and-other cash items. .
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer ar.d dua
J. i.. J
from U. S. Treasurer
Interest earned but not collected (approximate)
on notes and bills receivable not past due.
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund .
, (a) Undivided profits ,,? .....
(b) Less current expenses, interest artf" taxes
25. Interest and discount collected or credited in ad advance
vance advance of maturity and not earned (approx (approximate)
imate) (approximate) . . '.
Circulating notes outstanding
Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding. .'.
Total of Items 29, 3031, 32 and 33
Demand Deposits (ctJu r thin bank deposits)
subject to reserve (deposits payable within
SO days) :
Individual deposits subject to check.
State, county or other municipal deposits secur secured
ed secured by pledge of assets cf this brmk
Dividends unpaid ;
Total cf demand deposits (other .than L
deposits) subject to reserve, Items 34,
36, 37, 33 and 39
Time Deposits Subject to Reserve (payal
. er 0 days, er subject to 30 days or mare
notice, and postal savings) :
Certificates of deposit (other than for mcney
Postal savings deposits
Other time deposits
Total of time deposits subject to Reserve, Items
40, 41, 42 and 43
Bills payable with Federal Reserve R-r.k
A,i. t ;bol,...
r- r i
1 Jt. ju.
1 r o- 77
'"V 1 r'!
. Of the total loans and dirccur.ts Eho-;vn above, the in
terest and discount was charged at rates in exec-." of thor:? pur
law (See. 5197 Rev. Stat.) (exclusive of notes upon h tela!
STATE OF FLORIDA, COU2,TTY OF MARION, es:
I. II. D. Stokes. Cashier of the above-ramel l ank, do sr,I--rr.rd'r ?-r-
that the above statement 13 true to the bst cf my krcvIc ?e zz buizS
buDscriLed and sworn to before me t.Ji.ii.,
this 15th day of September, 1920. J2;o. L. EDYARDS,
(Seal) Frank G. Churchill, lh L. WARTMANN,
ry Publb. Dircctc-r.v
mittee was appointed to view ar.i
mark out samel Messrs. C. II. Rog Rogers,
ers, Rogers, N. A. Fort and R. C. Fort.
Elizabeth Davis was ordered striek striek-ed
ed striek-ed from the pauper lut.
Upon motion Mr. Y. C. Credle wa;
bearing 15 signatures, was accepted Is PPointed county cgricultural cnum-
by the board and the following com- eracor.
i-.r-u ft-. 1 f-
A. C. Xjic
A13ow:.::ce of A. L. Prh.oc v.-
ciea-.f-d ;;2 per riontb.
The board thcrevpn a ',urr-, i
(Concluded on Fonria P;;;ff)
OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1S20
I :. :
, ; ADEOTT & LUFFMAN ;.
' .Staple FaEgy Groceries"
a JPH 4 A 8 k. m m m h M
; CASH :; AM D CARRY;
7 itf. HIaanolla::SLs
T t .
I ii jiuu nave any society
phone to five-one.
Chester Robertson, son of Mr- and
(Mrs. Lanier Robertson, and Albert
rji;ocK, sen oi sir. ana iirs. it. i.
Eullock, left yesterday afternoon for
St. Leo College. -."'
T. Collier Brown of Sanford.
has returned home after a visit in
this city and Gainesville.
cti f v r w r"Tai rw
p. ?t r-
IKE- n,?fAn r n?
NegceiaUe Storage Re!ta ItxueJ on Cotton, Actomctiles, Etc
IC:;S BISTAfiCE nOVL'i'G
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
: PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
; i H MACHINERY,
2 'yU vm-'- FURNITURE, ; ETC
j JACKSONVILLE. riORIDA
In the heart of the city trfth Herarainj Park for a front ysrd.
Every tr.cdern convenience ia each, room. Dining room eervica la
second to none
T---ir--r r -.---1---,r.n-,,-rTrr-Ti ,,, in ,, , ,rwTyFwwnr
: J.;.:ICA 'VAN AU6H :
We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.
GOOBYEAE AND" U.' S,HES:; ANDTUBES ;
iiclsslve'" Igcsls lor J'VESTAt MTIEEY, 18 Mo Csaraaiee ;
An Up-to-Date Eittery Service Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. .
Attention, school children. See
our line of 5c. tablets. The Specialty
Shop, A. E. GERIG. 14-5t
, 1 5. ''";-V:-,;.-
!.Irs. T. D. Lancaster left yesterday
afternoon for Baltimore, Md where
she will make an indefinite visit.
Gnavas, $1.95 per crate, plus ex express.
press. express. Shipped direct to customer.
Phone 218. W. A. Stroud. lo-4t
llrs. G. F. IcEae and daughter,
Janet have returned home from ,a
pleasant visit in Georgia with, relatives.
"Goodnight chases mosquitoes,
gnats and other insects; 25 cents the
bottle at Gerig'g Drug Store. tf
:s-: ; ;; v"'.:
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Camp and chil children,
dren, children, Eobbie and Nancv. have return
ed from a month's vacation in New
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Miss Agnes Burford will leave Sun
day afternoon 'for Lynchburg, Va.. to
resume her studies at Randoloh-
Loose-leaf composition books now
on sale at The Specialty SIiod. A. E.
:gasoune,oils and geease
Ocnla - FIorMa':
A wire received from Buster Car
ter yesterday evening announced that
ne nad reached New York city in
good, order and record time.
Guavas $1.95 per crate; plus ex express.
press. express. Shipped direct to customer.
Phone 218. ,W. A. Stroud. 15-4t
- Mr. and Mrs. Leverett Futch and
son, Simmons left this morning by
automobile for Hieh Snrins-s to nav
a brief visit to Mr. Futch's parents.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat, OCice over 5 and 10 cent fetcre,
Ocala, Fla. tf.
Mrs. T. E. Bridges is on her way
home from North Carolina, where she
has spent a pleasant summer, and
will probably reach Ocala tomorrow.
Use Klenzo Creme and keep your
teeth whjte; 25 cents at Geriga Drug
Mr. Frank G. Churchill, one of th
popular bookkeepers at" the Ocala Na
tional -Bank, leaves this afternoon for
his vacation, which he will spend in
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
lighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rosrers and
family have moved from North Main
street into the house recently occu occupied
pied occupied by Mr. H. C. Bilb'ro and familv
on South Osceola street.
Use a good Klenzo Teeth Brush.
Sold only at Ge rig's Drug Stcra. tf
Mis3 Mary Connor, who is spend spending
ing spending several weeks with her mother,
Mrs. C. E. Connor at Lake Weir, is
ir the city for a few days, a guest of
her sister, Mrs. B. F. Condon Miss
Connor expects to leave for New
Smyrna in a week or two to "-resume
her music class in the public school.
Guavas ?1.95 per crate, plus ex express.
press. express. Shipped direct to customer.
Phone 218. W. A. Stroud. 15-4t
f 3 st'
W it ti V
Mrs. Ethel Silver of Thomasville,
Ga., returned to her home yesterday
afternoon after a pleasant visit in the
city, the guest of her cousin, Mrs. C.
t.. Winston and family. Mrs. Jennie
WhitS eld accomnanied Mrs. Silver
heme for a visit and before returning
to Ucala will visit other points in
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Chazal. after a
long trip to the Pacific coast. nrA
home again. They went bv one route
and returned by another. They had
an enjoyable and leisurely time, en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed themselves greatly and feel
much better than when they went
away. Their friends have missed
them and are glad to have them home
HAPPINESS CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND
In the dictionary.
Happiness should always be found
In every home.
We help make people happy
By GIVIVG THEM THEIR MONEY'S J
WORTH AND MORE.
Won't you let us help make you happy?
Silt. V.! Wtt
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CASH AMD CARRY
HEMSTITCHING and Pecot-Edg-
mg. cry best work on new, modern
machine. Work guaranteed. Mail
orders returned promptly. Address,
Singer Machine Co. 0ke with Tay Taylor
lor Taylor Printing Co., Ocala, Fla. 8-6t
n" i mr m ..
-'Misses Gertrude Erban and Mamio
Stoney, two pupils of the -industrial
school, have gone to Chattahoochee,
to train as nurses in the state hospi hospital.
tal. hospital. These girls have proven them themselves
selves themselves very efficient and thoughtful in
their v work -and study at the school,
and the superintendent and state
board decided that they would make
efficient nurses, which are always
needed at the state hospital.
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:3C p. m. 17-tf
Mrs. M. Eishel's manv friends sym
pathize with her in the sad news that
she recently received of the death of
her niece, Mrs. Herbert Lillienthal at
belma, Ala. As Miss Bertha Hohpn-
bej-g, Mrs. Lillienthal and her sister,
aiiss Helen 11 on enbenr visited th?ir
aunts, Mrs. Fished and Mrs. flharlem
Rheinauer in Ocala several years ago
and made hosts of friends who will
regret to learn of the death of Mrs.
Have you ever tried Federal raisin
bread toasted? Its flavor is delight
fully different. 16-3t
OCALA INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
FOUND IN GOOD CONDITION
Of Applletktion tor' Leave to LeaM
Notice la hertby given to all whom
it .may concern, that I, Robert T.
AvEama as guardian of Dorothy Adams,
minor, will on the 28th day of Septem September,
ber, September, A. IX ihZO. apcly to the Honorable
V. E. Kmlth, county jtide in and for
iJarlon county, at 10 o'clock a. m., or
is pooti thereafter as the matter can
be heard, for authority to lease for
ninety-nine years, the following de de-pcribed
pcribed de-pcribed real estate, in iiarion county,
f jori.Ja, to-wit: All of block 65 of the
Oil Purvey of Ocala. except that part
thereof upon which is situated the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line railroad depot.
A life estate in said land -belonging
to; the estate of Dorothy C. Ciw&nla,
and to be leased for the best Interest
oi said minor.
Uated Ausrust 26. A. I. 1920.
25-4t-thurs 11. T. -ADAMS, Guardian.
Eyesight is such a prec-?jfi"Tf-y
ious thing that it should
" 'Ilw'ie treasurei &lxd guard guard-?s
?s guard-?s si"k fr cd with the most zealous
DR. II. J. T'XIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
'-'J-Eyesight''' Sgedallgt ':.-.:-';
. PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
Phones ZZ5 and 225. Open AH Night.
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
,-ork for the money than any ether
eoatraetor in' the city.'-'''-;:: ''Cij.;..
Two oi our
WTe have all kinds of tablets, inks.
pens, pencils, erasers, crayons and
school supplies at The Soecialtv
Shop, A. E. GERIG. 14-5t
Mrs. Claude Gates and daughter,
Edwina have returned to their home
in Miami after a visit in the city, the
guests of Mrs. Gates brother,
Wilbur Smith and family.
Our new electric sausage mill has
arrived. Phone your orders for the
choicest hamburger and home ground
sausage. Cook's Market and Groc
ery, uhone 243.
Irs. R. .A. Alfred left yesterday
for New York, where she will visit
her daughter, Mrs. Laird W. Hen
dricks, for a while. Mr. Alfred ac
companied her to Jacksonville.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantea
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITYnot prices, tf
Mrs. H. C. Dozier accompanied by
Mrs. Mary Perdue and Mrs. W. A.
Wilds returned last eveninsr from a
motor trip to St. Augustine, where
Mrs. Dozier went to enter her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Cornelia Dozier. in St. Jo
Klenzo Antiseptic destroys all
germs in the mouth, throat and nasal
channel; 25 and 50 cents at Gerig's
Drug btore. tf
Mr. W. K. Zewadski, after a long
tour thru the principal cities of the
north and central west, and visits to
friends' in Illinois, Wisconsin and
other localities, has returned home,
looking fat and sassy. Z's Ocala
friends are glad to see him again.
Mr. D. W. Tompkins left yesterday
afternoon for Atlanta, on a short
business trip. Upon his return the
last of the week he will be accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his wife and daughter,
Miss Irene Tompkins, who have been
summering in the mountains of Noith
Exceptionally : good conditions in
the Florida Industriar School for
Girls, located in Ocala, .are reported
by Dr. D. C. Campbell of the state
board of health, who returned yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon from a tour of inspec inspection.
tion. inspection. He states the sanitarv sur
roundings are all that could be asked
and. that from a health standpoint a
more satisfactory spot could not be
found for the girls.
Dr. Campbell spoke in highest
terms of the matron in charge and
the disciplinary measures adopted
there, pointing out that a larger
building was needed. The present
abode accommodates only fortv stud
ents and that number can practically
always be found at the school.
1 he inspection was made in com
pany with Dr. H. F. Watt, physician
in charge, whom Dr. Campbell states
13 efficiently holding the school up to
the highest health standards. At the
time of the last hookworm test taken,
there were thirty-seven girls at the
school, and eighteen positives were
discovered. These and other defects
are being treated arid overcome by
Dr. Watt. Dr. Watt bears the dis distinction
tinction distinction of having been decorated for
exceptional bravery while serving in
France with the medical corps, of the
J 1 J
Kindt's Llnsic .Store
(NOTE "NEW LOCATION)
IIcmstitcEiRO 12 en 3 15c
TERMS TO SUIT
Ml :.-f j r
Each season the Florida Citrus Ex Exchange
change Exchange does mora for the profit of its
The service of the Exchange returns
growers better prices for fruit and saves
them money on groves and packing
Present' non-members who wish to
begin to employ the co-operative sys system
tem system of marketing this year should be become
come become members of the Ilorida Citrus
. Exchange without delay.
It is necessary for each local associa association
tion association to know in advance approximately
how much fruit it will have to handle,
that packing house and other sOpplies
may be bought accordingly.
The membership rolls must be closed
in the early fuiure. For full informa information,,
tion,, information,, write business manager Florida
Citrus Exchange, Tampa, consult the
manager of the nearest local associa association
tion association or call on
Llaricn Cc::::!y CHn:s Swb-Lxciasjc
First National Enk Eaildir.g
Leeihurg, Fieri 3a.
Eleven years of unqualified success. Proven
stability. Increasing adva
i iff . x r s t r v pit
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nrf i i Minim. il'mir iTTIiii-Tin .-
PROTECTION AND. COMFOR
IN SUNSHINE OR STORM
j .rOENTS, Awnings, Tarpaulins, Boat Tops, ,Ship
( 1 Awnings, Covers, Bags and all kinds of canvas
j T" articles to special order. Light and Heavy
j Canvas, Flags, Bunting, 7agon Umbrellas, Camp
! Furniture, Life Preservers, Waterproofing, etc
HAIL OFXZHS SOtlXITED
Jaclisonville I enf and iiyning
Lessons given on mandolin, guitar,
tenor banjo, Hawaiian
Miss Ruth Simmon
The Eelleview Civic
give a dance at it3 hanJ.--.or.;?
house Friday night, and will 1-e
to have all it.r Ocala friends pre:
Plenty of room, a i--.:pcrli
floor and first class r,ins.:a xv 111 r.;
the occasion a most jknswnt one.
OCALA CVENINO STAR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1923
Temperature thi3 morning: 58; thus
afternoon. 88. ...
A quality loaf thru and thru. Fed Federal
eral Federal Bread. 16-3t
Mrs. Anna Tweedy of DeLand is
here, visiting her Ocala friends.
After your -patronage. Our hook
il baited with eood service. Federal
Mrs. Ed Carmichael is enjoying an
autumn visit to friends in New York
The young lady members of the
Friendship Wesley Bible class of the
Methodist church and their' teacher
are expecting you at their cafeteria
supper tomorrow evening from 6
to 9 o'clock at the Ocala House.
Use "Goodnight" and then go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store,
MrsJ. J.- Freeman returned yester yesterday
day yesterday i.fternoon to her home at Law-
enceville, Ga., of ter a month's visit
at the borne of her son-in-law and
daugnter, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Kil-
The Klenzo Family complete is now
on display at Gerig's Drug Store, tf
Mrs. R. S. Aiken and little son,
Henry r arrived a few days ago from
Georgia to spend the winter with her
sister, Mrs. J. G. Jones on Daugherty
street. Mr. Aiken is one of the C. W.
Zaring salesmen of J acksonville, and
will arrive in a. few days for a short
Once tried always used, Federal
bread, the best in the world. , 16-3t
Mr. Lester Harrison of Anthony,
Dr. B. IL Tanner of Belleview, Mr.
and Mrs. A L. Meeks of Crystal
River, : Miss Frances S. Williams of
Dunnellon and. Mrs. Mary Davis of
Summerfleld were among the out of
town visitors on our streets today.
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Tor years vc have ucrd Bbck-Draught In our family, J3
and 1 fcavs never found any medicine that could lake its Lj
place' writes Mr. H. A. Ciacy, of Bradyville, Tenn. Mr. Sta-
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rauht 3 a medicine that should be kept in every house- : rrt
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Live stock keeps coming to market
and vo have to keep buying; it and
putting it through our plants whether
conditions are good or poor.
Swift & Company has no control
over tho quantity of live stock shipped
to market. Live-stock producers ship
their animals to the big stock-yards'
markets, wherethey are sold through
commission men who represent the
The result is that the live-stock
supply fluctuates from week to week.
We have to buy the animals how however
ever however many or few there are; and they
have to be handled without delay.
We cannot hold dressed beef, lamb,
mutton, veal, fresh pork, or any other
fresh perishable meats, but have to
sell them at the prevailing market
prices within a few days. If we try
to sell at half a cent, under the
prevailing prices, retailers would
naturally buy from us as long as our
supply lasted, and that supply would
be used up very quickly. On the
other hand, if we try to sell for half
a cent higher than the market prices,
the retailers, who shop around, would
buy from our competitors and wo
would have our fresh meat left on
our hands. Wo have to sell our
products every day at prevailing
market prices whatever those prices
Half a cent up or down in. tho
wholesale price means the difference
between profit and loss to us;
Swift & Copipany, U. S. A.
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(Continued from Second Page)
meet Sept 9th. -The board reconven reconvened
ed reconvened Sept. 9th with all members pres
ent. ; .----iv ;
The board recommended to the
comptroller that he allow the cancel
lation of certificate No. 985 sale of
1920, upon the payment of $10 by the
Rogers: Wilson Realty Co.
The minutes of meeting Aug. 2nd
were read and it was ordered that
they be amended to show that public
roads were declared as follows :
Begin at the depot at Summerfield,
run east for about one-eighth mile,
thence south about 200 -yards to the
colored Methodist church, thence "east
on the south quarter section line of
sees 17, 16 and 15, to the ne corner
of se of seM of sec 15, thence s on
the east line of sees 22 and 27 'until
it intersects with the present South
Lake Weir road.
, Begin at the se cor of jiw of se
of sec 15, thence run north -mile, e
-mile to the nw cor of sec 14, thence
n -mile to the cor. of sec 11, thence
n -mile until it intersects with old
North Lake Weir road, thence east
one mile, thence north about half a
mile on old road until it intersects
with Belleview and North Lake Weir
. Begin at a point on the Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field and Oxford hard road at the
ioininer of Marion and Sumter coun-
J ties, thence-east on county line about
-imle, thence north on the half sec
tion line of 32 -mile, thence west
and northwest diagonally-across land
owned by R. M.- Driggers sufficiently
to leave a pond consisting of approx
imately 15 acres of Jand on the west
side, thence north until it intersects
with the Sherman Joyner Summer-
field road. -
Begin at the center of sec 7, thence
on half sectioi line through sections
S and 9 and 10 until it intersects with
the Summerfield and North Lake Weir
Begin at Summerfield depot and
run n on the e side of S. A. L. R. R,
until it reaches Belleview depot and
intersects with Lake YWeir road.
field.and Orange avenue road, vizi
Nw cor of sw of sec 13 tp 17 r 22,
thence s on w bdy of sees 13 and 24
and 25 to the sw cor of sec 25, thence
eon sees lines 25 and 36 in tp 17 r 22,
and sees 30 and 31 tp 17 r 23, until
it intersects with Summerfield and
Oxford hard road- f ; V ;
Begin at a point 'on the Summer
field and -Oxford hard road viz: Se
cor of w of se sec 19 tp 17 r 23,
thence w on sec lines, of 19 tnd 20 to
now cor of nw1! of sec 30, thence run
s on w line 5 of sees 30 and 31 on tp
line 17 r 23, to Sumter county .lme.
Said roads having been heretofore
posted and all requirements of law
having been complied with.
All the requirements of law having
been complied with the f ololwing
were declared public roads :
Beginning at Sparr and Lowell
hard road thence south one mile thru
the center of sec 29 tp 13 r 22.
Commencing at the sw cor of sec
2 tp 17 r 22 e and running 'east one
mile on the section line thence north
ebtween sees 1 and 2 to the old Ag Ag-new
new Ag-new avenue road, thence ne on Ag Ag-new
new Ag-new avenue road to the town limits
of Belleview. Also continuing south
from the se cor of sec 2 to connect
with the Charter Oak road. ;
'Commencing' &t the Flemington and
Eureka public road, running s be between
tween between sees 17, 18 and 20 tp 13, r 22,
a distance of two miles.
On the n sec line of sees 31 and 32,
beginning at the West Anthony road,
thence running e to Anthony hard
road proper; thenec e to the Silver
Springs rural route public road at se
cor of sec 28 tp 14 r 22. -
Mr.D. M. Barco, supervisor of reg registration,
istration, registration, appeared before the board
and stated that he may require as
sistance in registering the ladies of
this county and the: board instructed
him to obtain the assistance neces
sary to .properly handle the situation
Upon motion warrant was ordered
drawn on the : agricultural fund in
amount of $74.94 favor Wm. A. Ses-
soms as part payment on salary of
county demonstration agent for the
month of August, 1920.
Upon motion 1 the board ordered
transferred as follows:
General fund: $210 from light, fuel
and water account to commissions of
tax assessor; fine and forfeiture fund;
$220 from prosecuting attorney and
$20 from pay of jurors to accounts as
follows, $37 to county judge cost bills,
$155 to sheriff and deputies cost bills,
$10 to witness fees, $10 feeding pris prisoners,
oners, prisoners, $4 to contingencies and $21 to
sheriff commissions on fines; r road
fund: $350 pay of overseers and $600
from tools, and machinery and $250
from contingencies to accounts as fol
lows: $1000 to free labor and $200 to
bridge tenders and ferrymen, and di directed
rected directed the clerk to write the the
comptroller and request that he ap approve
prove approve said transfers. :
Messrs. J. M. Meffert, A. C. Blow Blowers
ers Blowers and R. L. Martin, committee here heretofore
tofore heretofore appointed to view and mark
out the best and most practical route
for road, recommended the following
route: : S- '''
Beginning where present road in
tersects Lake-Marion county line in
sec 32, tp 17 s r 24 e, Marion county,
Florida, following present road n 225'
w 1600 ft thence to right on two curve
(radius 2864.93 ft) for angle 2101'
(length curve 1050.83 ft) thence n
1836 e 5846.65 ft for 312' length of
curve 320.0 ft thence n 2148'. e for
10302.43' thence to left on four (rad (radius
ius (radius 1432.69') angle 2346', length curve
594.17 ft, thence n 158 w 7209.6 ft,
thence to left: on two curve (radius
28643') for angle 5653', length curve
2844.17 ft, thence n 58 51' w 3352.08
ft, thence to left on two (radius
2864.53 ft) for angle 45 47', length of
curve 2289.17 ft. thence s 75 22' w
8677.53 ft thence to right on two
curve (radius 2864.93) for angle 31
50', length curve 1591.67 ft, thence
n 72 48' w 9249.33 ft, thence left on
one curve (radius 5729.65 ft) for 7 32',
(length of curve 753.33 ft) thence n
80 20' w 18,260.67 ft to S. A. L. Ry.
crossing, soutn of Belleview depot.
Which report was accepted and the
road ordered posted for opening.,
Communication from J. C. James
was received and filed.
Communication from Mrs. J. Wl'
Gardner was received and filed.
Bids of J. R. Proctor, J. B. Gore,
W. H. Fore and C. C. Curry for posi position
tion position of road overseers were received.
Communications from R. C. Thag Thag-ard
ard Thag-ard and D. S. Cromartie were receiv receiv-e
e receiv-e dand referred to Commissioner Tal Tal-ton.
ton. Tal-ton. Petition bearing -75 signatures asking
for road starting on n line of section
32 tp 13 r 22, was received and laid I
over.until next meeting. :
Petition bearing 37 signatures from
Citra, asking the board to rescind its
ormer action of granting $1500 to
he county fair was read and ordered
filed for information.
The board recommended to the
comptroller that he allow Mr. J. C
Howell to redeem se4 of sw4 and
sw34 of- se M of nw4 of sec 23 tp 14 J
r 22, at face value of certificates and
omitted years taxes and fees, without
interest. ':'':"i.f":'.y-.: :
Application oi overseers were con-1
sidered and the following appoint-1
ments were maue ior tne nscat year
C. C. Curry, district No. 2.
J. R. Proctor, district No. 3.
W. H. Fore, district No. 4.
Said 4 overseers to receive $3 per
day in accordance with the terms of
their rsspective bids and to execute
proper bonds as required by chapter
8111, acts of 1919.
The board ordered that advertise
ment be made asking for bids for the
construction of certain roads in the
Dunnellon special road and bridge
district as follows: 4400 feet, mere
or less, of the Dunnellon and Lebanon
road, betwen the Levy county line to
the forks of the said road where the
same leaves the Inglis road, and be being
ing being the amount remaining unfinished.
Also, commence near junction, near
Juliette to intersect with the Ocala-
Cotton Plant road somewhere near
St. Johns church, the board reserving
the right to reject any and all bids.
The county depository, county
judge, sheriff, tax collector, justices of
the peace and inspectors of marks and
brands filed reports.
The following warrants were order
ed drawn to cover bills duly examined,
passed and ordered paid, towit: Gen
eral fund, $1666.69; fine and forfei forfeiture
ture forfeiture tund, $436.93; road fund, $7023;
state aid road fund, $885.84; agricul
tural fund, $74.94. : '-. V
The board thereupon adjourned.
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 10th.
The board of county commissioners
met upon call of the chairman with
Commissioners O. H. Rogers, J. A.
Taltoh, J. W. Davis and R B. Meffert
present. ,. :
, The board ordered that advertise advertisement
ment advertisement be made calling for bids to be
submitted at the October meeting on
machinery as follows:
; One road oiler approximately 600
gallons; one combination steam road
roller with mechanically operated
scarifier, approxiniately 10 tons; one
caterpillar type tractor (with top) 10
tons, more or less ,
The board reserving the right to
reject any and all bids.
The board thereupon adjourned.
I..' O. H. Rogers, Chairman.
V Attest: P. H. Nugent, Clerk.' By
T. D. Lancaster Jr., Deputy Clerk.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, L O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows, hall at the comer of
Tort King Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm -welcome always extended to
J. D. McCaskilh N. G.
H- R. Luffman, Secretary.
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. 1
: Mrs.: Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
i 1 '. ..
YouH profit by reading the ads in
every day's Star.
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WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOIt
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
'.' RATES Six line, maximum oca
time, 25c.; three times, Cc; e!x times
75c; one month. $3. Payable in advance.-.
W. A. TMSMAM
Anvthing in Brick, Stone, Concrete,
Tile and Plastering
.: PHONE 526, OCALA
LAKE WEIR Two completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottages for sala "at Wooj-
- mar, -Eastlake; Tunning water,
bathroom, toilet, acetylene gas, two
bedrooms in each hous. For pricer,
and particulars, apply to David S.
Woodrow. Box. 1,31. Ocala, Fb: 9-if
BARGAIN FOR QUICK SALE
1018 Model Dodge Touring car. See
Mr. Sheppard. at at Lewis-Chitty
FOR, SALE SALE-.
. SALE-. Oct. 1st.
-Good Jersey cow. Fresh
II. P.-Wesson. 13-3t
Delco-Light costs no more
to operate than the old coal coal-oil
oil coal-oil lamps. One gallon of coal coal-oil
oil coal-oil gives you four times as
much light when used for fuel
in Delco-Light as it gives in
r Write for cataloqr.
FOR RENT Furni?hcd apartment
for light .housekeeping. Apply to
' C03 East Second St. 14-tf
; WANTED Buggy in good condition,
cheap for cash. Geo. D. Thompson,
j. Route A, Orange Avenue. 14-3t
; WANTED Contractor to move house
! one-half mile. Apply to B. H.
.FOPv SALE Second hsnd boy's
wlieel and school books, all in geed
i condition. Apply Carter's Bak Bak-j
j Bak-j ery.- ; 14-St
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j WANTED Middle aged man desires
! position as salesman in Ocala. Will
consider place in office; willing to
commence on modei'ate salary.
Phone 252 or, address "Position," in
care the Star.
WANTED At a bargain to buy
stock consisting of wagon and car-
i riage". materi&V mostly wood stock,
steel, iron, bolts. Do not want any
tools or machinery. State what
you have to offer. F. B. Terrell,
. Lakeland, Fla. 10-Gt
I OST r.hrinei'
office if found.
pin. Return to Star
There's a Satisfied User Near
WANTED To' ror.t a fuvnifihed
house or rooms for light house house--
- house-- keepin';. ; Permanent.' Address,
" 'Ilousokeer," care Star. 14-Ct
TOR SALE Six Rhode Island red
pullets and one cockerel. See How How--
- How-- ard Clark at O. K. Grocery. 10-3t
i LARGE Sweet guavas,
M basket crate, f. o, b.,
; order. T. B. Snook,
$2 per six
WANTED Tc rent five or six-room
house, f urnbhed, in the best resl-
Arrival and departure of passenger ; dence section.--Will pay good price
. n a -r rttiAm cirri rrr r at, . .. 1
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published $s information a"nd not guar guar-anteed.
anteed. guar-anteed. j
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
z:zu am jacKsonvuie-iN x or&
and furnish Al reference. Travel
ing salesman and wife want to
spend five or six months in Ocala
with view cf locating here. Ad Address
dress Address at once, L. T., Harrington
4:C5 pm ;
1:55 pm Jacksonville
2:15 am Manatee-
2:15 am Tampa
1:50 cm Tamoa-Manatee
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrshrg 4:05 pm
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:43 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm t
2:42 am, StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am J
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox : f
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11 :03 pm 1 Z
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42am
4:45 pm Gainesville ll:5Qara
. ilonday, Wednesday,' Friday. -Tuesday.
For oil Clnsszs cl
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Skm hJ am, as
Phone 415. 723 Wendna St
Open your mouth and close you
eye3. Federal bread, the taste tells. St
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Scrip dance tonight given for visit visiting
ing visiting ball team at Commercial Hall. It
R. A. BIASONS
. Regular-convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. IL, on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p.m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
'.. Jake Drown, Secretary. ;
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice-
Jake Brown, Secretary.
; A. L. Lucas, W. II.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is" guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALIFY not prices, tf
ie : advertisements a
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L0 tffltlAM gf At WAf
The reason that the world is so much -more comfort comfortable
able comfortable and convenient a place nowadays, is because ad ad-.
. ad-. vertiF.ing has ns''-1 it possible for merchants and
manufacturers to tfell you what they have to offer,
without waiting for the news to spread by word of
The advertiser has been able to tell many people at
once about his goods. In this way he can sell a great
many more articles in a given time and therefore
more cheaply. Because of advertising it has been
possible to invent, develop and market countless ar ar-tides
tides ar-tides of comfort that you now think cf as necessi necessities,
ties, necessities, which some years ago even the vrealthy could
not have bought. It would not have paid to make a
few to order.
The advertisements are something more than type
and talk. They are a daily service your paper'fur paper'fur-nishes
nishes paper'fur-nishes you in additon to the-other important news cf
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