'It i i I
Weather Forecast: Showers this
afternoon or tonight; Sunday general generally
ly generally fair.
OCA LA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY S, 1920.
VOL.26, NO. 110
HI JOHNSON HITS MINIMUM SUM TUPS SOUND FOR CARRANZA IS
Characteristic Demagogue State-
ments Made by Senator from
( A hs elated Press )
Washington, May 8. Senator
Johnson of Calfornia, has replied to
Herbert Hoover's statement asking
the senator's position of the league
of nations. Johnson declares th'e
league plan as presented to the Sen Senate
ate Senate by the president, which Hoover
advocated last year, neither promotes
peace nor reduces armament. He said
that Hoover's advocacy of the league
last year never mentioned reserva reservations.
tions. reservations. "With his candidacy came his
change of heart and for the first time
we find him, when a candidate, nev-er
before, favoring reservations," said
ONE WAY TO BRING
THE PRICE DOWN
East Palestine, Ohio, May 8. Five
hundred workers her have signed an
agreement not to use sugar in coffee
and tea until the price has dropped.
WITH THE ROTARY CLUB
Mcintosh, Fla;, May Oth.
Editor Star: How true it is that
' "No man knoweth what a day will
bring forth." We know not today
what is in store for us tomorrow. A
very great and pleasant surprise came
to me last Tuesday. Sitting in the
Munroe & Chambliss Bank, a little
lonesome as I had nothing to 'do, and
was waiting for the opening session
of the horticultural society. I was
loafing arid all others wqre busy.
.Louis Chazal came to me and said the
Rotary Club wishes you to take lunch
with it today. Not having an idea "of
what a Rotary luncheon, meant, I ac accepted
cepted accepted the invitation and Louis .said,
"I will be here for you at about 1 p.
m.," and he was there on time. Pretty
soon Harry Borland came to me and
said the Rotary Club Wishes you to
join it at luncheon today, and I began
to feel especially honored. I was a bit
surprised when I saw the bunch of
Rotes begin to gather in front of the
hall and it caused be to wonder what
a Rotary lunch meant and before it
was over I learned. I was at a social
gathering of boys. No matter if some
heads had been whitened by passing
years, the prayer "Make me a child
again just for tonight," seemed to be
answered during that short hour of
the Rotary luncheon. I 'assure you it
was a short hour. Aside from the
forgetting of age, which of itself is
good, exceedingly good, there was eve every
ry every moment something that told of the
unity of purpose in a continuous ef effort
fort effort to build up a community feeling,
to work in harmony for the advance advancement
ment advancement and good of the town and not
only the town of Ocala but to aid in
the making of a better world. When
so many of the business men of Ocala
can meet together for a weekly hour
of good fellowship, it means the build building
ing building up of Ocala, and I hope they will
continue to reach out and when they
find a farmer in Ocala ask him to
spend the hour with them. I am sure
it will make all who may be so favor favored
ed favored feel a much greater degree of con
fidence in the business men of Ocala.
They will see for that hour an aban abandonment
donment abandonment of selfishness and will go
back to their homes feeling that he
Rotary Club of Ocala is working for
square dealing andhelpfulness in eve every
ry every way. That hour of relaxation
. from all business cares and other
worries cannot be other than benefic beneficial
ial beneficial to all thot are so fortunate as to
be included in the club's membership.
S. H. Gaitskill.'
Wash ties, 35c, three
Waikley & Barnett.
tJ I To B Ttf SINECURE OF-
) I ALL EYEb-
flLAME TU Git?
IN 915 BATHN
On Which a Family of Five May Live
is Twenty-five Hundred
Dollars Per Annum
Washington, May 8. A minimum
$2500 a year is necessary to support
a family of five, according to W. Jett
Lauck, railroad economist, testifying
beiore the railway labor board and
presenting a demand for the estab establishment
lishment establishment of a minimum wage thiough thiough-out
out thiough-out the industry. The fundamental
cause of industrial unrest has been
high prices and profiteering by or organized
ganized organized capital, middlemen and re retailers,
tailers, retailers, according to Lauck.
BLUE GRASS STATE'S
Seventy-Five Thousand People Pres Present
ent Present at the Kentucky
Louisville, May 8. With twenty-
two entries for the Kentucky derby j
for .$30,000 and added money, it is
expected to be the greatest and most
open race ever held. Seventy-five
thousand people are expected to wit witness
ness witness the race.
MRS. HUNT WANTS
TO LOSE MR. HUNT
Cincinnati, May S Henry T. Hunt,
a member of the railroad labor board
and former mayor of Cincinnati, is
being sued for divorce by Mrs. Thos.
A. Haydock Hunt.
ALBERT AND HIS QUEEN'S
TRIP THROUGH THE AIR
London, May 8. The king and
queen of Belgium (flew to England to today
day today by airplane to attend the wed wedding
ding wedding Tuesday of their daughter, to
The price on the 18-room house to today
day today is $2270. 8-lt
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, cow peas and sorghum
seed. Ocala Seed Store, rdione 4.'i5. tf
Pedro, May 6. We have beeji silent
because we have been too busy to
write, arid the farms will shown that
people have been hustling.
Most every one around here is en enjoying
joying enjoying t string beans, new Irish pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, squash and peas to eat.
Mrs. Paul Sanford of Lake Wales
is visiting Mrs. Sanf ord's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Proctor.
Farmers who are up with the work
in the fields spend their spare time
fishing. Messrs. A. D.,. M. M. and
Colon Proctor and Mr. Robert Shaw
went to Cedar Hammock Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and caught 155 nice bream
Miss Maudie Fant of Morriston is
the guest of her cousin, Mrs. A. D.
Mr. J. R. Proctor and daughters,
Mrs. Ferry and Miss Zelma were
Ccala r-hoppers Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucius of Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view visited at the W. H. Proctor
Mrs. 3 C. Perry and her two little
girls have returned home after a two
weeks' visit in Jacksonville.
The most complete line of bathing
caps we have evr carried now on dis
play. Come early and select your fav favorite
orite favorite colors, i The Court Pharritacy. 6t
Carnation Marguerite, $1.50 peri
dozen sprays. John Heintz, Florist. 2t J
GEE' DEPES A
OUT CERE PAT
BUT ) Cftti T
To 8H PROWNIN'
I c. FoR I
VMLf?E I MAKE
Old Confedrate Soldier, Member i f
Lee's Staff, has Joined his
Richmond. May 8. Col. Thomas
Mann Randolph Talcott, aged 82, one
! of the last survivors of General Lee's
personal staff and one of the best
known citizens of Richmond, died last
night after a brief illness. The fun funeral
eral funeral will be held Sunday, and inter interment
ment interment will be made in Hollywood cem cemetery.
etery. cemetery. Major Giles Buckner Cooke,
the last surviving member of Lee's
staff at Appomattox, is residing at
Mathews courthouse, Va., aged
COMING TO FLORIDA
Wonder if the Comomner Won't Deem
:t iis Duty to Support
Birmingham, May 8. William Jen Jennings
nings Jennings Bryan has concluded his speak speaking
ing speaking tout of Alabama, opposing the re reelection
election reelection of Senator Underwood and
the candidacy of former Governor
O'Neal and endorsing Representative
Hef in and L. B. Musgrove. He leaves
tonight for Florida.
Editor Star: I feel good over the
prospect of paved streets in Ocala. It
is the only way for our citizens to
make a city of our town. Many of us
have property to sell and no one to
buy The main reason is the condi condition
tion condition of our lime streets and no per permanent
manent permanent remedy for this condition but
to apply the flint chips and asphalt
that will stop the expense of hauling
lime from day to day on the same
streets' and will enable the city coun council
cil council to build lime streets that are to
much needed where now there is noth nothing
ing nothing but sand and get no attention.
The asphalt streets will stop the dis disagreeable
agreeable disagreeable lime dust where there is so
much travel. I have carefully looked
into the expense of the asphalt pave pavement
ment pavement for the streets named by the
council to be paved and am convinced
that they will be paved as stated.
Therefore to make this short I would
kindly advise my friends' to vote for
bonds next Tuesday to pave Mie
streets designated and in a very few
years we will be so well pleased we
will vote more bonds and pave all the
streets. Let's go forward like Or Orlando
lando Orlando and other towns.
R. F. Rogers.
NOTICE TO ALL CANDIDATES
Statements will have to be filed in
the clerk's office in accordance with
the .following dates to insure name
being placed on primary ballot.
First Statement: Between the Oth
and 14th day of May, 1920, both datas
Second Statement: Between the
27th and 31st day of May, 1920, both
Third Statement: Between the 9th
and 18th day of June, 1920, both dates
Oath, receipt for committee as assessment
sessment assessment and payment of filing fee:
On or before the 19th day of May,
Unless the above is observed candi candidates
dates candidates will not be placed on ticket.
Board of County Commissioners, Mar Mar-rion
rion Mar-rion County, Florida,
By O. H.. Rogers, Chairman.
MAY 9 MOTHER'S DAY
Wear white flowers to mother's
memory; colcied flowers for living
mothers. Any flowers are appropriate.
Don't forget your best fritnd on
Mother's Day. John Heintz, Florist.
Eoy's overalls, 85c, 90c... $1.15 and
$1.40. Waikley & Barnett. 8
WEVR PS?Tr A
Don WhLskerando's Years of Misrule
About to Culminate in his
El Paso, May 8. From various
parts of Mexico reports of revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary gains continue to arrive. Mata Mata-moras
moras Mata-moras :?nd Piedras Nogras are totter tottering.
ing. tottering. Camargo has fallen and Neuvo
Laredo is menaced, according to the
re olutionists' agents.
CAPTURE OF THREE CAPITALS
Thiee state capitals of Mexico fell
into the hands of the revolutionists
today through the revolt of Carran Carran-za
za Carran-za garrisons, coincidentally with the
uninformed report given out here by
the revolutionists that Mexico City
had been taken by General Benjamin
BIGGEST VINEGAR PLANT
IN THE WORLD BURNED
Holly, N. Y., May 8. The cider and
vinegar plant of the Duffy -Mott com company,
pany, company, said to be the largest vinegar
plant in the world, was destroyed oy
fiic today with a loss of $200,000.
T"he most complete line of bathing
caps we h?.ve evr carried now on dis display.
play. display. Come early and select your fav favorite
orite favorite colors. Tlje Court Pharmacy. 6t
Leon Weltman Is recognized as one
of the foremost musicians of the day,
for in addition to being an orchestral
conductor he is also a violin virtuoso.
He will appear in this double role on
your Community Chautauqua program.
He will play one of his njost success successful
ful successful compositions, "The Canarie Ca Caprice,"
price," Caprice," a beautiful bird-like melody re regarded
garded regarded by critics as a masterpiece of
music. But writing about Mr. Welt Welt-man's
man's Welt-man's beautiful musk? is as difficult
as trying to tell of the songs of birds.
You must hear both to appreciate
them. The songs of birds may be
heard most any day but you can hear
Mr. Weltman's violin music only on
the last day of your Community Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua when he appears with his owri
Famous Cosmopolitan Orchestra.
BOYS AND QIRLS.
While you have a Chautauqua of
your own, you don't want to miss th
many fine things to be seen on the
.big program. There's lots of good
j music, lectures and entertainment for
! you, so try and be there. Look at the
; attractive prorrara booklet and pick
; out the things you want to see. Re Re-:
: Re-: member, your Junior Season ticket
! admits you to all the good times so
you may as well go.
; Be on hand at the opening of the
! Junior Chautauqua for you wfll hear
; many interesting things, including the
, elaborate plans for the wonderful Tej-
THERE'S "MORE J4AN ONE
IN TO-DAYS PICTURE
; To Make Up its Mind to Accept the
Peace Presented to
Paris, May 8. The council of am ambassadors
bassadors ambassadors has decided to give Turkey
one mont hto consider the peace treaty
which will be presented to it Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. TIE UP TRAFFIC
Greater New York Expecting a Strike
on All Transportation
New York. May 8. The possibility
of a strike on the Brooklyn trolleys,
elevated and subways loomed today
with the publication of a letter from,
the employes' union demanding that
the company prohibit employes join-
j ing a rival union.
PUBLIC SPIRIT SHOWN BY
CHILDREN AND PARENTS
The committee on "Interior Deco Decoration
ration Decoration and Equipment of the Public
Schools' 'of the Parent-Teacher Asso Association,
ciation, Association, wishes to thank the children
of the school and their parents for the
splendid way in which they have co cooperated
operated cooperated with them in their work.
This committee was appointed the
first of March and has not had very
much time in which to work, but feels
like splendid work has been started.
In their request for books for the
library in the primary school, over
200 were given which have been filed
for use by the children. The children
in Mrs. Hensley's division of the
third grade brought the largest num number
ber number of books and the committee has
ghen to this room a book in appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of their efforts.
This committee wishes' to thank
Miss Mary McDowell and her mothei
for the globe given to the seventh
grade for use in the study of geogra geography.
phy. geography. This grade is also in great need
of charts for the study of. physiology.
If anyone has any they can give, this
grade and the committee will greatly
Friday morning this committee met
at the primary school to decide which
room had the best collective exhibit of
plants grown by the children at home
and brought to the school on that day.
Seed had been given them by the
teachers the first of March and the3e
had been taken home by-the children,
planted, and attended to by them. Mrs:
Osborne, president of the association,
had offered a prize of a picture to the
room having the best collective ex exhibit
hibit exhibit of these plants. Since the chil children
dren children had had such a short time in
which to grow these, the results were
very gratifying, and it was hard to
decide which exhibit was the best. The
healthiest 'plant in the first grade,
Miss Collie Clark teacher, 'was a be
gonia grown by J. D. Williams; from
the first grade. Miss Eunice Marsh
teacher, was a salvia grown by Peggy
Livingston; from the first grade. Miss
Fannie Clark teacher, a verbena
grown by Foy Tally. In the second
grade, Miss Edith Griffin teacher, the
best plants were nasturtiums- grown
bylrene Gilmore; in the second grade,
taught by Miss Lula Griffn, Charles
Blankenship had the best plants, a
box of nasturtiums. In the third grade
taught by Mrs. Hensley, the best
plant was a( zinnia grown by Howard
Bilbro. In the third grade division
taught by Miss Mabel Meff ert, Louis
Marsh had the best plants, a pot of
nasturtiums. To each of these chil children,
dren, children, in order to encourage them, Mrs.
Osborne gave a beautiful little hand hand-colcred
colcred hand-colcred scene.
Miss Lula Griffin's division of the
second grade had the best collective
exhibit of these plants and to this
room was presented a beautiful pic picture
ture picture of George Washington.
c PunNY SHE
TON'T 8AY NOTkih
H0LV OUT FIV
MiNNiTS MOKE Mfc
FORTUNE IS VbVEl
Htr NAfom CAflToort Sftc corp.
Loss Acknowledged by the Russians
in a Wireless from N
London, May 8. Polish and Uk Ukrainian
rainian Ukrainian troops captured Kiev Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, a Moscow official wireless re reports.
A MILK TRUST FOR OCALA
Better Not Be Any More Babies Born
in this Burg
The Star is informed that a milk
trust is being formed for Ocala, to
go into operation next week.
All the dairymen will sell their milk
to an enterprising citizen at 22
cents a quart and he will resell it at
15 cents a pint or 25 cents a quart.
This will be hell on poor people with
A prominent lawyer informs us
that it will also probably be hell cn
the trust, as it is an illegal combina combination
tion combination and will lead to the prosecution
of all engaged in it.
MORRIS HILQUIT SHOOTS
OFF HIS MOUTH
Abuses Wilson and Predicts Two
Million Socialist Votes
Will be Cast
New York, May 8. The presiden presidential
tial presidential campaign of the socialist party
of American opened here today with
200 delegates in attendance. It is ex expected
pected expected that Eugene Debs will be
. BRAGGADOCIO AND ABUSE
Morris Jlilquit, temporary chair
man of the socialist convention, at-J
tacked President Wilson's adminis administration
tration administration and predicted the socialists
would poll more than two million
votes at the corning election.
A PATHETIC TALKER
Philadelphia, May 8. William G.
Thomson, a wealthy lawyer, attacked
by a burglar in a hotel apartment,
made so strong an appeal for his life
that the desperado spared him. Mr.
Thomson was badly wounded with a
INTEND TO BACK OUT
New. York, May 8. Henry Morgen Morgen-thau,
thau, Morgen-thau, nominated to be ambassador to
Mexico today denied reports that he
would decline to accept if confirmed
by the Senate.
THEY'LL GET' TOGETHER
DesMoines, May 8- Southern Meth Methodist
odist Methodist fraternal delegates will be ac accorded
corded accorded a reception by Northern Meth Methodists
odists Methodists tonight.
PRINCE WILL VISIT JAPAN
Honolulu, May 8. The Prince of
Wales is expected to visit Japan next
year, according to the Nippu Jiji.
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Our line of cut glass was never
more complete parfait glasses, water
jugs, goblets, ice tea glasses, punch
sets, etc. The Court Pharmacy. 8-6t
Rife for. TM Floozy
MOOSE I'VE BEEU M'
GONE ti RESCUED A
Chautauqua Entertainments Also In Increase
crease Increase in Merit as Wejl as
The audiences which attended the
Chautauqua entertainments- yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, the second day, were even larger
than those on Thursday.. At the mat matinee
inee matinee yesterday afternoon a splendid
instrumental program was given by
the Allpress All-Star Company. Feat-'
urts of their entertainment were the
playing of an original composition by
Mr. Allpress. several clever readings
by Mrs. Allpress, the whistling, by
Miss Emily Burton, and the cello solos
by Miss Marcella Coyle, particularly
her playing of "My Heart at Thy
Sweet Voice" from the opera Samson
Last night Dr. J. Waldo Skinner,
an Englishman born in Peru, gave en
exceedingly interesting lecture on the
South American- continent. Oner of
the most astonishing things pointed
out by Dr. Skinnci was concerning'
the size of the continent. He began
his lecture by saying that most peo peopleare
pleare peopleare unaware of the great size of
South America, because of the fact5
that most maps are not made to the
proper 'scale. South America, as Dr.
Skinner stated, is large enough to
hold comfortably the entire population
of the earth with the population of.
India, which has 300,000.000, thrown
in. Dr. Skinner dwelt on the com commercial
mercial commercial possibilities' of South Amer America
ica America and stated that they are unlimited.
He pointed out that the trade of the
United States with South America
has. doubled since 1917. This trade,
he says, can be held and increased if
the American business men will make
a study of the peoples and conditions
obtaining in South America. The bus business
iness business with South America must be
done according to the ideas of the
South American. Business correspond
dence with Brazil, for example, must
be carried on in the Portuguest Ian
guage, as this is the language of that
country. The other South American
countries have Spanish as their-language.
In mentioning the great pos possibilities
sibilities possibilities of South America, Dr. Skin Skinner
ner Skinner called attention to the fact that
the continent has more navigable riv rivers
ers rivers than any other part of the world.
The Amazon alone is more than 4000
miles in length. The country mention mentioned
ed mentioned by the lecturer ,as having the finest
climate, and being one of finest of the
South American countries in which to
live, is Paraguaq.
This afternoon there will be a dou double
ble double entertainment, a prelude by the
Theresa Sheehari Concert Company,
and a lecture by Denton C. Crowl. The
Theresa Sheehan Concern Company
consists of Miss Sheehan, Miss Vivian
DesJardins, violinist, and Roland
Chafer, tenor. Their program con consists
sists consists of readings and music. Denton
C. Crowl is an editorial writer of
note on the staff of the. Detroit Jour Journal,
nal, Journal, the Newark Star-Eagle and the
Toledo Blade. He will lecture on "A
Medley of Philosophy, Facts and
lonight one of the bij features of
the Chautauqua will be given, the
Percival Vivian Players will present
"Fine Feathers," Eugene Walters'
great dramatic play. The play will
be given with full scenic effects.. e
Tomorrow's program will' be appro appropriate
priate appropriate for the day. In the afternoon
there will be another concert by the
Theresa Sheehan Concern Company
and a special address by Dr. Geo. P.
Bible. Tomorrow night Dr. Bible will will-deliver
deliver will-deliver his lecture, "Fads and Ex Extremes."
tremes." Extremes." Tomorrow night's program
will begin at 8:45 instead of 8:20.
Monday afternoon and night Welt Weltman's
man's Weltman's Famous Cosmopolitan Orches Orchestra
tra Orchestra will be the attraction.
Boy's overalls, 85c., 90c., $1.15uid
$1.40. Waikley & Barnett. 8
The price on the 18-room house to today
day today is $2270. 8-lt
MIKE THE THE-MESSENGER
MESSENGER THE-MESSENGER 6 Poverty S
Ho CRIME" evT
IT IS MIGHTY
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Kilter.-. at o. ala. Fla.
sf-oonl -fla:s matter.
the credit, and saying nothing of the
governor except that he approved it.
We wrote an article describing the
prison farm and Mr. Blitch's work, in
which we gave Mr. Blitch the credit
for the institution of the honor sys system,
tem, system, and we personally received the
governor's commendation for said ar article.
ticle. article. And now we hear the governor
did it all himself. Somebody has lied.
would live. It didn't tell senators, rep representatives,
resentatives, representatives, governors nor anybody
el.?e about these things; when they
found out from others, it paid scant j
attention, except in the case of men
like Fletcher and Clark, who were
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
W. P. Hines, D. D., Pastor
'J'A'j a. in. .Sunday .school.
Mother's Dav will be observed with
WHO HELPED AT
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One year. In advance $6.00
Wlx months, in advance 3.00
Three months, in advance 1.50
One month, in advance 60
I)lpln Plate 15 cents per Inch for
consecutive insertion. Alternate inser
tions 2b per cent additional. Composl-
Since conditions at Camp Wheeler in
the fall of 1917 are very inappro inappropriately
priately inappropriately being made an issue of this
gubernatorial campaign, and since
Catts is blowing loudly about what he
did and says the newspapers of the
state abused instead of praised him
for it, the Star begs leave to call at attention
tention attention to a little history which no nobody
body nobody can dispute.
The first Florida newspaper to
speak out emphatically of conditions
at the Camp Wheeler base hospital
was the Star. One of its staff attend attended
ed attended the funeral of one of our Marion
county boys whose death was prob probably
ably probably hastened if not caused by neg neglect.
lect. neglect. He heard from the dead boy's
sister, who was with him in his last
moments, the pitiful story of how be
tion c harges on ads. that run less than
six times 5 cents per Inch. Special ,,jccpH thru manv aonizine- hours al al-position
position al-position 20 per cent additional. Kates Vsea inru many agonizing nours ai
based on 4-inch minimum. Less than most unattended, and how her pleading
four Inches will take higher rate, f jittl relief for him wag barely
which will be furnished jpon appllca-
tion. regarded. He returned to the city
KHiinK otir 5 cents ; per line for immediately after the funeral, and
first insertion; 3 cents per line for each f
subsequent Insertion. 0-s change aiuieie meeting vugicssmau via. -.c
week allowed on readers without extra told the sad stqry to him, and Mr.
Ial advertisements at legal rates. Clark immediately wired to the war
-- 1 1 1 : IZZZZZZZZTZ: department regarding the case. The
a... ,i next day an article describing the
the legislature and other state and yunS "Wiert suffering and death
4.7 cc. t u was orintea m tne otar, wim com
LUUIlLy WIUCCIH tlC 1UIU1UUCI1 uy o.v 4. 4.1
working with it to win the war. Those i appropriate.'
who opposed and criticised it, it walk walked
ed walked over or turned the deaf ear to. It
was in the saddle and intended to ride,
and it wasn't long before the Ameri American
can American people found that it was highly
proper and necessary for it to ride.
When Senator Fletcher found out
conditions at Camp Wheeler, he
promptly did all he could, and said i
nothing about it, and he never would
have said anything about it but for ;
Catts' unjust attacks. All thru the j
war, he did everything he could for j
the soldiers, but he never did any
thing to hamper the war department, j
for he knew that if he succeeded in j
doing anything of the sort it would
hurt the whole army. This town is j
full of men who were at Camp
Wheeler, and its precious little use
they have for Sidney J. Catts. Be Before
fore Before they came home they saw many
camps compared to which Wheeler was
heave, and they will not be favorably
impressed by any demagogue who
wants a fat public office because he
did no more, if as much, than his
state expected him to do.
11 a. m. ;
i. in. Sennon, "Shall
Know Each Other in Ht-aven?"
Rev. W. I. Creson, Pastor.
1' :4-j a. m. Sunday school. L. M.
11 a. m. Seimon.
Subject, "What Life Does Not Con Consist
sist Consist In."
7:"0 p. m. Sermon.
Subject, "Chris's Intercession for
! Hi,, People."
BETTER VOTE FOR BONDS
C. W. White, Pastor
i)'Ao a. m. Sunday school.
11a. m. Mother's Day exercises in
charge of the Senior League.
f:45 p. m. Senior League.
7:45 p. m. Preaching and music by
Fifth Sunday After Easter
John J. Neighbour, Rector
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser
No evening service.
noon. The funeral services were held
at the cemetery Wednesday morning.
Mr. Bogart was bornin at Newport,!
Ind., Nov. 20. 193C, and had been quite j J
feeble for the past four months.
The Civic League dance Friday
night was well attended and enjoyed
Quite a number enjoyed the Meth-!
odist Sunday school picnic at Smith J
Lake Saturday. j
Miss Ruby McClendon returned to ; 9
her work Sunday at the Western :
Union in Jacksonville. j Z
Rev. Hines of Ocala preached a
very interesting sermon at the Bap-j"
tist church last Sunday. We hope to;
have him with us again May 16th. j
Miss Marjone Merrill, who has
been the guets of Miss Gertrude Car Carter
ter Carter in Lady Lake the past week, re returned
turned returned home Sunday.
Mr. Raymond Keeler, who has been
a guest at the Hotel Marion for some
time, left Friday for his home in New
Mrs. Ed Armstrong came home
Thursday from a visit in Tampa.
Mrs. C. W. Winton and children of
Willitson are visiting at the home of
Mr. a,nd Mrs. Louis Weihe this week.
PLAN OF STREET PAVING
to supply roads and other
works with labor or material.
We wonder why it is so .many leg
islative candidates have gone
group two. They must be trying to
crowd somebody off the 'track. That
scheme doesn't always work.
ments on other cases of neglect the
first outspoken story of such things,
so far as we know, ever printed in any
American paper and it caused con-
mto siderable shake-up at Camp Wheeler
A few days later, the Star received
a letter from J. S. Blitch, then secre
tary to the governor, thanking it for
its article in behalf of the boys, and
givrng it to understand the governor
greatly approved of it. We do not
think that any paper criticised Gov.
The Star is informed that Repre Representative
sentative Representative Folks is a firm believer in
Gov. Catts. and thinks that erratic n-
li-.nlnil ig tho err a -a tear ornvprnnr
Florida ever had. How about it, Uncle IV I0 gme J? wneei. ana
7 i trying to neip ine nuriua suiuiers.
But the truth is, Florida papers did
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Positive proof of the financial solid- no1 muc" ,tne Svr ne
n,ontc nf tho Mnrft & Chh menced to brag about it. They they
National Bank and the Ocala National Lvfry. rightlY .said h.e doiie 7ly
Bank, which appear in today's paper. Inis anV a?7 u T?S ?a 13816 "r
Tnvt cr-nn thorn nvpr if vnn wnnt tn lu alse w"u um
. I n xrtVi in rr f nr onv nf tho Kawo AiA anv
j read cheertul tinancial news. The j
rpcnr,pa nf fiw tntnl 1 993 j moxe tnan tne country naa a ngnt 10
533.83, and of the latter $1,094,429,20.' expect him to do and a man who
. I claims a puunc oince uecause ne uiu
I Ma At a' Ai i j:
There was a big political meeting l somiera m
of T;f0;n tut tv,Q .u,r of ,h;h mcse uays nas me same sman anu
i-i, .,4-4-,. ti,i nA contemptioie spirit as a man wno
c : i e does a friend a favor and then re-
otYvauiiucii auu tx nuiiiuci ui uuici i ... ...
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Plotrhor Tatts iin wnrsP than be Yvnen we So oacK 10 tnose aays m
a- l-..4i 1 XT 1 1 n 1
did at Wakulla Springs, and while anu iNovemuer, ixit anu view
Mr. Swearingen made a good talk his ;nem in ine ueni 01 suosequent expei
argument was shot to pieces by
lence, we must admit that Camp
Wheeler was nothing to make a po political
litical political issue about two years and a
half later. The war had just begun
and our boys had but a few weeks be-
And so Dr. Hulley and Van Swearin-
cpn nrp trvinn t.r havp Carv Hardee
kept off the ticket because they say oie le home Our souls were sore
he has spent more money than the ir,om ine Parting ana gioomy wun
lav allows. One think is certain, Mr. wnai we I.ea-ea was 8MUl come-
Hardee has spent his own money, Congress had not prepared for war,
. while Mr. Swearingen spends money anu ,nan preparea Decause tne
tht he draws from the state for act- peopie naa given it to unaerstana
ine as attorney general while he is they didn't want it to prepare. A year
really out canvassing. Neither Hulley an,t j naIf before they had driven out
nor Swearingen is a good sport. If oi omce an excellent secretary 01 war
Hardee's name should be kent off the wno Knew wna was coming ana want
ticket, his friends would write it on, ed to Prepare for it. He wanted an
and he would nrobablv e-ain votes bv army of 650,000; they turned him
the chantre down and consequently they had to
o 1 ? n -r
raise one 01 nve minions, in tne sum-
Jacksonville shows more o-ain in mer 01 AyA war aepartment
population 91,543 since 1910 thanPul1 thJry or forty training camps,
anv southern citv excent Knoxville. In the faW filled them with untrain-
nevertheless the people think they e en and began to make them into
have been nnderronnted. We have somiers.- ut course, mere was SICK-
seldom seen a citv content with the ness ana aeatn in all Of them in
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results of -its census, but we doubt son-iar worse inan m wneeier. me
that, anv rit.v in the Ponntrv has ever war department did not tell aDOUt
Wl an accurate 'count. Sometimes the these things it had taken Up a task
. I 1 1 11 I- !, U
fpr.cn talfPrs nrp careless jinrl nlwnv VVniCIl men naa lO aie II tne nation
a number of the people are. The other
day, we met in a bunch three citizens,
who had not been visited by the cen
sii3 taker. They have eleven persons
in their three families, and Ocala is
short by at least that many, and there
are probably a hundred or two more.
However, they were all intelligent
men, and knew the census was being
taken, and they should have looked up
hc census taker and seen that they
and their families were recorded. It
often happens that a census taker calls
at a house when the family is out, and
at a man's office or place of business
S. SJ. Offut, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school,
10:45 a. m. Preaching. Subject,
"Mother," with musical and recita recitations.
tions. recitations. 7:45 p. m. Preaching. Subject,
"What Is Your Life."
St. Phillips Catholic
John Conoley, Pastor
9 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning service.
7:30 p. m. Evening service.
Next Tuesday, the people of Ocala
will be called on to vote for or
against a $50,000 bond issue, the mon money
ey money if voted, to be used for the im improvement
provement improvement of our streets.
It's the Star's opinion that the peo
ple had better vote for bonds. Our
streets are in very bad condition, and
it i? impossible to' keep them in any anything
thing anything like repair without spending
more every year than to .pay the in interest
terest interest on and create a sinking fund to
pay off the bonds. They are also a
bad advertisement for the town and
a great discomfort to our people. We
must fill our link in town of the Dixie
Highway and also make the streets
better than lines of bumps and holes
for our own folks to drive over.
By spending a great deal of money
and hard work during the last twenty
years we have laid a good foundation
for the needed surfacing. We need
only a stout upper crust to hold to
gether ana Keep irom washing or
blowing away the lime that has been
laia in thousands of tons on the
streets. This crust will not be evsr
lasting, but there is every reason to J For more than half a century the
believe it will last until the city is j people of Sumter county have been
accustomed once each year, when all
Nature iri 'bursting into life, to as
semble at old Adamsvilie, the city of
Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service
8 p. m. -Wednesday.
able to pave with brick in the mean
time, any breaks in it can be cheaply
and quickly repaired.
The bond issue will not add appre appreciably
ciably appreciably to our burdens. The property
valuation is over four million dollars,
the bond issue will be $50,000 less
than li per cent. There will be
plenty of time to pay it in and the
people will feel it much less than they
did the raise on soda water the other
Let's improve our streets and have
a more comfortable and prettier town.
Blitchton, May 5. There will be
services at the Baptist church Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Fant are the
proud parents of a daughter, born
Seven hundred cattle have recently
been put through the dipping vat.
Mr. McClane of Ocala was out last
week to charge the vate.
Mr. L. E. Futch, candidate for
county judge, was calling on the vot
Mr. J. F. Gable was here Tuesday
representing the Florida state mission
Mr. J. B. George and Mr. R. B. Fant
visited Ocala -Tuesday.
Miss Glenner Godwin is home from
her trip to Gainesville.
the dead, to do honor to the memory
of the silent sleepers who dwell there.
This year the date selected is May
the 27th, and you are cordially invit
ed to join us. Good citizens from a
number of adjoining counties will be
in attendance and there will be the
making and renewing of friendships
which makes living more worth while.
There is never any public speaking
allowed on the grounds, owing to the
fact that it is given for the purpose
of keeping green the graves our de departed
parted departed loved ones. The Bushnell or orchestra
chestra orchestra will furnish music during the
day. on the grounds, and give a con concert
cert concert in the school auditorium that
night. All net earnings from cold
drinks and ice cream sold go to main maintain
tain maintain the cemetery.
The cemetery and picnic grounds
are 2 miles east of Coleman. There
will be a way provided to get to the
picnic, for any one coming on the train
The council, with the approval of
the mayor, unanimously decided to
adopt the following plan of street
paving to be done subject to the result
of the bond election:
A heavy type of permanent paving
(1 to 2 inches wearing surface) will
be liad on the following streets:
N. Magnolia St. from the city limits
to the brick paving.
N. Main St. from Washington St. to
Oklawaha avenue from Osceola ft.
to Silver Springs road.
The Dixie Highway route from
Fort King avenue to the city limits
on the south.
A lighter type of permanent paving
(-inch to 1-inch wearing surface)
will be laid on the following streets:
W. Broadway or Exposition St.
from the old city limits to the brick
paving on Broadway.
Academy St. from W. Broadway St.
to Howard Academy.
Pine St. from W. Bradway St. to
Third St. from Pine St. to Herbert
South Magnolia St. from Fort King
avenue to Eighth St.
Eighth St. from Lime St. to Lake
Orange St. from Eighth St. to the
Lime St. from Third St. to Tenth St.
Dunnellon road from Lime St. to
the old city limits.
' Washington St. from Magnolia St.
to Watula St.
Watula St. from Oklawaha avenae
to Adams St.
Adams St. from Watula St. to Tus Tus-cawilla
cawilla Tus-cawilla St.
Tuscawilla St. from Adams St. lo
Tuscawilla St. from Oklawaha ave avenue
nue avenue to Eighth St.
.Anthony road from Oklawaha ave avenue
nue avenue to Hill street.
Fifth St. from Tuscawilla St. to
May St. from Main St. to Magnolia
All of the paving proposed will Le
done under the supervision of a com competent
petent competent engineer and according to
grades to be established.
By order of the city council. This
the 5th day of May, 1920.
tf H. C. Sistrtmk, City Clerk.
A. S. PICKETT
We have just received a shipment of
Ladies' Drop Stitch Pure Silk Thread
Hose, bought, before we decided to dis discontinue
continue discontinue handling this line of goods.
In order to make Monday, May 10th, at
memorable day in our big Closing Out
Sale we will sell these at
81.75 a Pair
We have them in black and field-mouse
colors, assorted sizes. They are worth
$2.50 to $3.00 a pair. None will be
sold before Monday, but we invite your
inspection of the line. This price will
prevail ONLY on Monday, May 10th.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thmer we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices-'-? years, passed away Tuesday after
Belleview, May 5. Miss Ruby Mc McClendon
Clendon McClendon returned home Wednesday
from a visit with Miss Gertrude Car Carter
ter Carter in Lady Lake.
Miss Clara Mae Crosby returned
from Wildwood Wednesday, after a
visit of several days.
Mr. Alfred Bogart, who has lived
with his sister, Mrs. Ridge for several
Candidate for county commissioner
of district No. 2 to be voted on Junej
b, ivzv. it A. s. flCKett.
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
com. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
The price on the 18-room house to today
day today is $2270. 8-lt
J. II. SPENCER
W. R. PEDRICK
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We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Price? are Consistent with the Cost of Same.
GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
Exclusive Arjenls for "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.
OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS'
Advertise and get Results
when he is out, and should this hap happen
pen happen two or three times in succession,
as it not seldom does, he has to go on
and leave those people unrecorded.
We understand that Gov. Catts is
proudly displaying a ring that he says
was given him by the state prisoners
at Raiford, because he established the
honor system and other reforms. This
surprises us. We visited Raiford m
February of last year in company
with Inspector B. M. Raysor (the gov governor's
ernor's governor's most faithful friend), and Mr.
Raysor told us plainly that J. S.
Blitch, superintendent of the prison,
instituted the honor system. Mr.
Blitch himself described the manner
in which he had instituted the honor
system described it not boastfully,
but in the matter of fact way he
"would tell of making a success of rais raising
ing raising some new crop. Dr. S. H. Blitch,
state prison physician, our long-time
and lamented friend, also told us how
"Sim" had brought about the change.
And several other prominent men
spoke of the matter, all giving "Sim
For All Classes Of
Slonc, Brick, Wood,
D. McCasIull :
Phone 446. 723 Weaona St
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STATEMENT OF THE CONDHTHON
OF OCALA, FLORIDA,
An Active U. S. Depositary, at the close of business Tuesday, May 4, 1920, Condensed from
Report to the Comptroller of Currency.
Marion County Warrants, Loans, Discounts, Bonds and
Liberty Loan Bonds, W. S. Stamps, Victory Notes and
U. S. Treasuary Certificates
U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation..
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estate Owned
Due rfbm Treasurer of United States
Cash on Hand and Due from other Banks..
Capital Stock, fully paid in
Surplus and Undivided Profits earned.
Deposits May 4, 1920 5914,920.03
Deposits May 4, 1919 730,204.52
Increase, one year $184,715.51
On the merits of the above statement, we invite your business.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1920
18 ROOM HOUSE
To Close Out Estate
Located on quarter-acre
lot one block from Post Post-otlicc,
otlicc, Post-otlicc, cheap at $3000. Price
will be reduced $10 per day
PRICE TODAY S2270
It interested see me at once
FRANK W. DITTO
Real Estate Ocala, Fla.
r-. Mother'; Day, May 9th.
i Think of mother this
JC'-h month. Maybe new eyes
Oy rrG $y (glasses) would add to
mrJ ,v- her hapoiness.
IJR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician
The Kind to
If Barney Trusts Them
DAVIES, The Tire Man
h I'uy Your
1 WESTERN MEAST
of all kinds
I LORIDA BFEF, PORK,
New York Market
Call Five One Nine
The Old Reliable
Loin Steak 40-45c.
Pork Chops ...t.35c.
Big Roast 25c.
Fish, Oysters and Seasoning
J. D, Dawkins
111 WEST BROADWAY
outside roons -Steam Ue&ted 'l.up- Cafe n
cowoctioJV Cotwerviortf to frsrythiixj la
heart of City 9erd for Booklet
r?n VflNDLE W.SnlTH, PROP K
If you have any society items,
Mrs. R. L. Martin of Lake Weir is
in the city attending the Community
Dr. P. E. Chazal of Charleston, S.
C, is in the city for a visit at the
home of his brother, Mr. L. R. Chazal.
Rev. John Conoley will hold serv services
ices services at the Catholic church tomorrow
at 11 o'clock a. m. and in the eve evening
ning evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. A. C. Hamrick of Jacksonville
will arrive in Ocala this afternoon to
spend several days at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Crook, where his wife,
niece and nephew are also visiting.
Miss Ethel Fowler, one of Jackson Jacksonville's
ville's Jacksonville's most attractive young ladies,
will arrive in the city this afternoon
for a week-end visit at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Bond, 704 East
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
The Star is having a hard time get getting
ting getting the correct name on the 90-cent
item in the Goldman advertisement.
It should be FAILLES and not silk
voiles. As he is always very partic particular
ular particular about quoting correct prices on
his merchandise we regret that this
same error appeared twice. However,
see the goods and you'll agree that it
is a real bargain.
Lieut. Bobzien of the aviation serv service
ice service is visiting his Ocala friends. He
flew over from Arcadia in his plane.
Not knowing of the new flying field,
he was going to Anthony, when Pilot
Johnson, our Ocala aviator, flew jp
and met him, and led him to the land landing
ing landing field. Lieut. Bobzien has many
friends in Ocala, and they are always
glad to see him.
The "Ease-All" arch protecting
shoes and the Dr. Edison Cushion
Shoes are to be had at only one store
in Ocala. For ladies only. Little's
Shoe Parlor. 15-tf
Mrs. Fred King of Jacksonville
motored to Ocala this morning from
Gainesville and after spending a few
hours in the city returned to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville accompanied by Mrs. Annie Van
Deman. After a short visit there with
Mrs. King's mother, Mrs. George
Broom, they will proceed to' Jacksonville,-where
Mrs. Van Deman will
visit Mrs. King for some time before
goin gto Asheville, N. C.to spend the
Messrs. Johnson and Lutz and
their airplane are spending their last
day with us today. They leave tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, and Ocala will hate to see the
boys go! It is needless to say their
staunch and swift plane has had an
elevating tendency on many of our
people. Yesterday, they took up Mr.
Albert Grey of Inverness, Miss Ruth
Dreher, one of the hospital nurses,
Miss Catherine Dupree and Mrs. Har Har-graves
graves Har-graves and "Miss Mabel Tompkins of
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, If
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Townley Porter are grieved to learn
of the critical illness of the former
at his home at Lady Lake. Several
days ago Mr. Porter was found on the
porch by his wife, in an unconscious
condition and upon an examination
the doctor found he had suffered a
stroke of paralysis. A communication
from Lady Lake this morning an announced
nounced announced that he had regained con consciousness.
sciousness. consciousness. It is sincerely hoped that
more encouraging news will be re received
ceived received of Mr. Porter's condition.
KEPT HER AWAKE
The Terrible Pains in Back and
Sides. Cardui Gave Relief.
Marksville, La. Mrs. Alice Johnson,
of this place, w rites: "For one year I
suffered with an awful misery in my back
and sides. My left side was hurting me
all th3 time. The misery was something
I cculd not do anything, not even sleep
at night. It kept me awake most of the
night ... I took different medicines, but
uothing did me any good or relieved me
until I took Cardui ...
I was not able to do any of my work
for one year and I got worse all the time,
was confined to my bed off and on. I got
so bad with my back that when I stooped
down I was not able to straighten up
again ... I decided I would try Cardui
... By time I had taken the entire bottle
I was feeling pretty good and could
straighten up and my pains were nearly
I shall always praise Cardui. I con continued
tinued continued taking it until I was strong and
well." If you suffer from pains due to
female complaints, Cardui may be just
what you need. Thousands of women
vho once suffered in this way now praise
Cardui for their present good health.
Give it a trial. NC-133
Messrs. J. J. and Albert GerigW.
T. Gary, Arthur Davies and N. R. De-
hon have returned from Palatka
where they aided in organizing the
Rotary Club for that city. To aid
them were visitors from the clubs of
Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, Orlando, Lakeland, Tampa and
West Palm Beach. After the cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies and business meeting were
over, the Gem City Rotes and their
guests' sat down to an elegant supper.
They certainly had a very pleasant
time. Our Rotes, who went over in a
car, did not reach home until 4 o'clock
Girl wanted at Kindt's music store.
the verses while the choir joins for
the chorus of "Tell Mother 111 be
There." A pleasant treat for the
evening service will be a vocal solo by
Mrs. Leverett Futch, "More Love to
Thee, O Christ."
EIGHTH GRADE EXERCISES
(By Clyde C. Frazier)
On mother the times when your voice,
sweet and cheery
Has lightened the load,
The sunshine distilled out of hours
dark and dreary
Through smiles you've bestowed;
The turmoils we've braved and the
tempests we've weathered
Were stayed by your hand,
You fought on and on, yet the cost
Oh mother of man.
I've of ten-times watched a mere slip
of a maiden
As carefree and gay,
She tripped through the hours of a
And primrosed day; ;
I've watched, as the love kindled dep
in her bosom j
First shown in surprise, i
And I swear that a look of the mother
Now gleamed in her eyes. ;
Oh what is this charm, dearest woman
This rare, priceless gem;
From whence comes its power is it
sent down from Heaven
To captivate men;
What hand stays ,the agonies grim
that you suffer
The pain, to be borne,
Wiiat sacrifice would not ycu make,
That man might be born!
STORE FOR RENT
The following is the program to be
rendered by the pupils of the eighth
grade next Monday morning in the
Temple Theater, beginning at ten
o'clock. All patrons and friends are
invited. There will be no charge for
admittance and as no programs will
be given out the following outline
and explanation is given here:
Violin solo Majorie Burnett.
"America in the Making" Class.
Comic recitation Fred LeSeuer.
"Country Justice" Boys.
Recitation Harrington Hall.
'The Graduates Choice" Girls.
"The Call of the Flag" Mat ie
Awarding of certificates.
"America in the Making" is a his historical
torical historical play, giving glimpses of scenes
from various parts of our country
from early colonial days up to the
"Country Justice"- is an amusing
scene from a rural justice's court.
"The Graduate's Choice" is a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful little allegory in which Fancy
brirgs the Vices and Virtues before
Youth and they plead with her to
take them as her life companions.
Faith comes at last and tells her that
Vices may all be changed to Virtues
by the force of good thoughts and
faith. Then the thought fairies enter
an l the transformation takes place.
P. H. Hensley, Principal.
FRESHMEN HONORED SENIORS
more amusing stunts were cracker
eating and dancing contests and the
prizes awarded were very appropriate
There was an abundance of punch
and all-day suckers for all the guests.
It was voted that the two cutest kids
of the evening were Miss Jess Dehon
and Mr. Ronk Buhrman.
Late in the evening ice cream cones
were passed to all the "kids" and a
more enjoyable party was never
krown. It was voted by all present
that the freshmen surely possess the
art of knowing how to make fun.
DATES FOR THE CANDIDATES
The store room in the Merchants'
clock now occupied by Pillans &
Smith Grocery Co. will be for rent
about May 1st. R. R. Carroll, Agt. tf
Use the Star's Unclassified Column.
Marion-Dunn Lodge is justly proud
of its new home recently completed on
Oklawaha avenue. The gold bond is
sue which made these pleasant quar quarters
ters quarters possible is now in the hands of
the committee ready for delivery to
subscribers. These bonds, of course,
can only be purchased by Masons,
and' the committee is very anxious for
those who have subscribed to call and
get the bonds. They are first mort mortgage
gage mortgage bonds and draw 5 per cent, in interest,
terest, interest, therefore every Mason should
be anxious to take a good quantity of
them. The bond committee consists
of Messrs. B. Goldman, C. C. Bennett
and J. R. Dey.
Give your feet a chance to help you
alonig in the world. If they trouble
you in any way have them examined
free. M. M. Little, graduate practi practi-pedigt.
pedigt. practi-pedigt. 15-tf
Mother's Day will be appropriately
observed tomorrow at the Baptist
church. The pastor, Rev. Hines. will
have as his subject, "Mothers of the
Bible," and a full congregation is ex expected
pected expected to hear the sermon. Rev.
Hines' sermons are instructive and
interesting and are growing in pop popularity
ularity popularity each Sunday. A very attrac attractive
tive attractive musical program has been ar arranged.
ranged. arranged. At the morning service Miss
Marguerite Porter will sing "Ave
Maria" and Mr. Fran Gates will sing
Last evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. William Hocker, the fresh freshmen
men freshmen delightfully complimented the
senders at a kid party, which proved
one of the most sportive times of the
This attractive party was held on
the tennis court and lawn of the
Hooker place,. and the different gamss
and specialties the freshmen had ar arranged
ranged arranged caused the greatest amount of
merriment and amusement during the
entire evening. Among some of the
The candidates will gather to ad ad-'
' ad-' dress the people of the county at the
following places on the dates ndhied:
I Mclntosl, Saturday May 15th at 3
o'clock in the afternoon.
Fairfield, Friday, May 28, at which
place an all-day picnic will be held.
Of Sale by Executrix of Personal
Notice is hereby given that the un undersigned.
dersigned. undersigned. Mamie Hall, as executrix
! of the last will and testament of Rich
ard Smith Hall, deceased, will on the
15th day of May, A. D., 1920, between
the hours of 11 o'clock in the forenoon
and 2 o'clock, in the afternoon, at the
courthouse door, to-wit: at the county
courthouse building of the county of
Marion, in the city of Ocala, state of
Flcrida, to pay debts of the estate of
said Richard Smith Hall, deceased,
sei! at public outcry to the highest
bidder for cash, one hundred and
twenty-four shares of the capital
stock of LORRAINE TURPENTINE
COMPANY, a corporation incorporat incorporat-ea
ea incorporat-ea and existing under the laws-of the
state of Florida, evidenced by certifi certificate
cate certificate Number 8 of the stocl of said
company. Said executrix reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
Executrix of the Last Will and Testa Testament
ment Testament of Richard Smith Hall De Deceased.
ceased. Deceased. 5-4-llt
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
i Ocala, Fla, tf
A Tribute to Mother
May 9th, 1920
To the dear good mothers
who still linger with us a
spray of stately, graceful
Easter Lilies, in their snow snow-white
white snow-white purity, will bring a ray
of sunshine and will be a
lovely tribute to the mother;
who have gone.
Mrs. George L. Taylor
18 North Watula Street.
P. O. BOX 606
LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS,
CIRCULARS, FOLDERSFINE BOOKLETS, ETQ.
WE NEVER DISAPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. .YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE.
Where Value Meets Value and Profits are Pared f or YourProf it
Rheinauer & Company's
Beginning Saturday Morning and Featuring
Extensive Reductions on Our Entire Line: of Women's Ready-to-Wear
Not a single garment but will be liberally
reduced, regardless of its quality
Repricing Women's Cotton Dresses
In printed Voiles, Organdies and Ginghams the entire line includ including
ing including Betty Wales models.
Women's Tailored Suits
Smartly tailored Serge, Tricothie and Golfflex, including the popular
Princess models. In blues and novelties of the season.
Every woman will feel the need of one at these remarkable prices.
They come in belted and loose effects, jaunty and graceful. Made frjm
Velours, Jerseys and Camel's Hair cloths.
A sale of many dainty new
White Waists at $1.98.
All ne wmodels in Voiles, Organdies and fine Madras Well made in
many becoming styles. Sizes, 34 to 56. Main Floor.
Just 36 pairs Women's White Reinskin Pumps at $4.98.
Regular $6.00 value, just arrived in time for this sale. A full line ..f
sizes and a splendid value. Main Floor.
Every dress in the house will go. including Betty Wales
and Peggy Paige models. Materials are Tafletas, Foulards,
Tricolettes and Crepe Meteors.
Silk Sport Skirts
Here, too, every shirt is embraced. They come in Geor Georgettes,
gettes, Georgettes, Crepe de Chenes, Fau to sae, Baronettes, Chinchillas
and Piissy Willows in White and colors.
Hundreds of Wash
Skirts all must be reduced
Regardless of former prices, regardless of expert tailoring
or fine fabrics, none are excluded. There are smart models in
Gabradines, Tricotines. Voiles and fancy stripes and every one
worthy of a place in the most fashionable wardrobe. Placed
for your convenience in selection on our main floor.
All $10.00 Fancy Silks go at $7.50 yard..
All Printed Georgettes go at $2.98 yard.
One of the Big Features of
this sale will be our sale of
RHEINAUER & COMPANY, ocala, Florida,
OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1920
Temperature this morning, 04; this
Mr. Chas. D. Miller of Dunnellon
and Dr. B. S. Tanner of Belle view,
were visitors to the city today.
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Mayonnaise dishes, marmalade
dishes, bon-bon dishes, all of the
prettiest designs in cut class. The
Court Pharmacy. 8-Gt
Boy's overalls, 85c, 90c, $1.15 and
$1.40. Walkley & Barnett. 8
Mr. and Mrs. V. Wendell of Belle-
view and Mr. and Mrs. Pettys of Mc
In'.osh were in the city yesterday and
attended the Chautauqua.
Bathing suits for men and boys j
Walkley & Barnett's. 8
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Honper after a
pleasant visit in the city, guests of
Mrs. Hopper's mother, Mrs. G. E.
Thompson, have returned to their
home at Lakeland.
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M Brokaw is an ex-Marion county
boy and Mrs. Brokaw also lived here
for several years before her marriage
as Miss Geiger, daughter of the late
Di. L. D. Geiger.
KILLED AT THE
waf. tenderly laid to rest in Green- weeks spent at the home of her moth moth-wood.
wood. moth-wood. All their friends sympathize er Mrs. G. E. Thompson,
with Mr. and Mrs. Jones in the loss I
of their bright little boy.
Wash ties, 35c, three
Walkley & Barnett.
Mrs. J. G. Swaim, owner of the
A negro named Filmore Weaver
was killed 4xt the Seaboard crossing
on Exposition street this afternoon.
He and another negro named King
Swaim Poster Advertising Service, Tp;; hnth of Romeo, were driving out
left today for Gulfport, Miss., where f t n in Beys aut0. As everybody
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she will attend tne ouinern rosier nowSf this crossing is a dangerous
Advertising Convention. one a man approaching the crossing
not likelv to either see
Special Saturday and Monday, silk Qr near a coming train unless he keeps
shirts $7.95. Walkley & Barnett. 8 an extra good lookout. Most town
" folks are used to it, but these country
Cut frlnac flower haskets. terfume ,ii,: .ma- .na,ia tVio Hancrpr The
u e luatMca uiuii i v.-.
bottles and vasesa new line pust irHseaboard freight was rambling along
and atp rices the most
The Court Pharmacy
south in its usual merry way. Bell,
who was driving the car, didn't know
tv. train wm npar till the enerine was
Thp mnnv friends of MlSS Ednal i nf Y,ia oof no nnlHn't
- j j i annual, 111 nuav t.
Counts will regret to learn that she stop an(j the auto hit the car back of
Mrs. R. H. Whitten has returned to
her home at Sanford after several
EASTER LILIES for sale.
C. F. Flippen and little, son,
Charles Eugene, will leave this after afternoon
noon afternoon for their home at Fort Lauder
dale. They will be joined in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville by Mr.' Flippen, who has been
attending the hardware convention in
quite ill, and trust that she
soon regain her health
Bathing suits for men and boys at
Walkley & Barnett's. ,,8
The friends of Mr. Wm. E. Ham Ham-mack,
mack, Ham-mack, who only recently received his
discharge from the army, will regret
to learn that he will not locate in
Ocala but has gone to Lakeland to
make his home.
the engine, smashing the machine,
badly wounding Bell and killing
Ther will be a bunch of white peo peo-p'e
p'e peo-p'e massacred on that crossing some
day, and then maybe the council will
do its duty. For that matter the
negro's life was worth more than the
cost of a watchman and gate..
Wash ties, 35c, three
Walkley & Barnett.
Mr. W. H. Bickley of Fruitland
Park, who is connected with the Lake
r n County Land Owners Association, is
tor $1 at
a Weil KIIOWII UU3IUCSS V1S1W1 Hi
city today. .'
Mr. W. H. Brokaw and son, Wood-
have returned to their home after at
tending the horticultural convention.
Special Saturday and Monday, silk
shirts $7.95. Walkley & Barnett. 8
The many friends of Mrs; G. E.
i Thompson will be glad to learn that
she is improving after a serious ul ul-ness.
ness. ul-ness. 'V
Bathing suits Tor men and boys at
I Walkley & Barnett's. 0, 8
Mrs. Frank T. Benedict of Connec Connecticut,
ticut, Connecticut, has arrived in Belleview to
FOR SALE Fine young Jersey cow.
Three-gallon kind. ISold at sacrifice.
Owner leaving town. P. O. Box 293.
FOR SALE-20 pure bredRhode Isl- U e late Judge L. L. Hopkins.
and pirllets, now laying. Will be sold
cheap for cash. P. O. Box 293. 7-6t TllJf;- clPvJfoc of little Thnm.
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A i i as ncruert uunca vvue licit Lino uiunr
, ,. rn j I'll v IHC aumi vt Kilt, vmiu a uwi.wvk,
car, good condition also ford light and Mrs. J. T. Jones. Rev. C. W.
delivery truck Apply to Carroll officiated, and the i-tiny body i I
Motors Co., Ocala. 6-4t
Just received, two car, loads of var var-ious
ious var-ious kinds of peas, such as Clay,
Whipporwill, New Era, White fow-N
der. Purple Hull White, Georgia
White Special, Little Virginia Black-
eye Clay and Whipporwill. We take
this method of making this announce announce-ment
ment announce-ment asVe feel sure that on account
of the scarcity of peas this season,
this announcement will prove of in interest
terest interest to those who desire to purchase
peas for the coming season as well
as the Ocala Exchange and Hide
Company, which will fill all orders
promptly the same day received. Ca.-ih
or money order should accompany
Special Saturday and Monday, silk
shirts 7.95. Walklev & Barnett. 8
Fine pink and white carnations:
pink $3.50 per dozen; white $4 per
dozen. John Heintz, Florist. 8-lt
Tn thP Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju
dicial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion County, in Chancery.
W. B. Goggin, Complainant, v. Ade Adelaide
laide Adelaide M. Kichline, widow of J. G.
Kichline. deceased, et als.. Defend
ants Order for Constructive Serv Service.
ice. Service. It is ordered that the defendants
herein named, to-wit: Adelaide M.
Kichline, widow of J. G. Kichline, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, Ray Dunn Kichline, Davia
Mav Kichline. a minor. Reginald
Grant Kichline. a minor, be and thev
are hereby required to appear to the
Dili oi complaint niea in mis cause on
Mondav. the 7th dav of June. 1920.
It is further ordered that a eonv 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 1st day of May, 1020.
y Rel Cfc- C. -. P. IL Nugent.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
r lunua. uy xvulii jrviii, mj. v.
S. T. Sistrunk,
Complainant's Solicitor. 1-1-sat
HUNTER'S AUTO .EXCHANGE j
To. your car if we make that
-new auto top for you. The best
of materials and the most skill skill-ful
ful skill-ful workmanship result in pro producing
ducing producing a car top that is the
equal of any made anywhere, it
a higher price. Let us build for"
you a one-man top. according
to your own ideas -exclusive
design of quality.
TOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a patent wax paste
that makes old tops absolutely waterproof.
AINTING Autos painted, striped and finishrf in the best of
UPHOLSTERING--We are prepared to give you satisfactory ser service
vice service in upholstering backs, seats or cushions.
TIRES, TUBES, GAS I and OILS
LET US REPAIR, PAINT AND UPHOLSTER YOUR CAR, SO
YOU CiN ENJOY IT YOURSELF OR SELL Tfl ADVANTAGE.
AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FERTILIZERS, HIDES, WOOL, FURS,
POULTRY, TALLOW, WAX, SACKS.
SOUTH MAGNOLIA STREET RlifiiflQ
OLD METROPOLITAN THEATER mJm.mmm
Combined with Ultra-
The Sensible Choice.
THE WINPSOM MOTEL
V JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in eah room. Dining room service U
second to nont
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
WANTED A first class auto me mechanic
chanic mechanic for new establishment in
Ocala. A erood proposition for the
right man. Must be competent to
take charge of plant. All 'correspon-
dence confidential. If you mean bus
iness. aDnlv to "ODnortunitv." care
; Evening Star. : 4-6t
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phone
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CoiKfflemsedl SUsif eumeiiitl II
URNITURE. ETC. I buy and sell
Second-hand furniture. Experts put
it in good condition Jefore re-sell-
ing. Xtepuu sewing niatuinca,
mowers, enamelware, etc. J. W.
Hunter, 310, 312, 314 S. Main St. tf
WANTED About ten pullets, five or
six months. Eight White Leghorns
or Rhode Island Reds preferred.
Address P. O. Box 234, Ocala. 6-3t
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. WANTED Rooms for light house house-'
' house-' keeping is desirable neighborhood.
V Apply R. W., care Star. 5-6t
FOR RENT Six rooms of two-story;
residence; all modern conveniences.
Close in. Address P. O. Box 609. 50t
FLOWERS Roses and Easter lilies
on Mother's Day Phone 106. 5-it
FOR RENT Desirable offices or stor-
age space on second floor of Merch Merchants'
ants' Merchants' block R. R. Caroll, Agt. 5-6t
.WRITE The Truth Seeker Co., New
York, for sample copy of the Truth
Seeker, a free thought and agnostic
CLEANING AND PRESSING You
can get the best service in town by
having us clean and press your
. clothes. Ladies' work a specialty, j
The Arcade Pressing Club, phone
. i :
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms.'
No. 614 E. Adams St. 3-6t
E"UI" Si s
At the close of business May 4th, 1920, as called for by the
Comptroller of the Currency.
FOR SALE Ten acres unimproved
' fruit land near Bay t Lake, Fla.;
price right. C. Overpeck, 1315
tnampa uencer, voj. --v
FOR RENT House' 704 South Third
.St. Apply to Dr. J. W.. Hood. 4-6t
FOR SALE Residence On E. fourth
St.: six rooms with all modern con
veniences. Apply to Rena Smith, at
Style Hat Shop. -bt
FREE FLORIDA FARMS 25 cents
per acre monthly. VProfit sharing
certificates to amount of your pay
ments. Much purchase in May to get
monev back pronosition. Ideal Am
erican Corp., Johnstown. Fla. 8-2t
DANESE Feed 8c Grocery Co.,
626 W. Forsyth St., Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Fla., wholesale feeds,
grains and groceries. Price
list on request. Write us.
Let's get acquainted.; w-s
Loans and Discounts :.'T $
U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation r
Stocks, Bonds and Securities .....
Bank Building, Furniture and Fixtures ..........
Other Real Estate v r
Cash and Due from Bank.-
Capital Stock,. 7 --- $
Surplus and Undivided Profits. ....
Reserve for Interest
DEPOSI T S -----
TOTAL ASSETS -$1,293,538.83
TOTAL LIABILITIES.. $1,293,538,83
Deposits M Ay -4th, 1920.. .. .$1,143,589.91
Deposits? May 4th, 1919
Increase For One Year