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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTE3IBER 6. 1920
Ocala Evening Star
mind the thought that we will be a
long time making up our mind to en
ter another war. Sanford Herald.
If we hadn't been so Ion? about
has to buy shells before he can go
cut for a day's hunting. The negroes
had better observe the same policy.
"We have very little doubt that the
iu.n-h-i livery Day Ep Suudmy by j making up our minds to enter the last
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY, one, it would not have lasted so long republican politicians and seditious
OCALA, FLORIDA, nor cost so mucn. I literature sent m irom. xne nonn.
i re souuuiauers .wm oe Dooitmg me
Under and by virtue of a final de
cree issuing out of the circuit court
trouble at Ocoee was caused by whit. &J-J&Jg-SSi
NOTICE OP PIASTER'S SALE
' Mexican ideals are sometimes I negro who started the
J. II. lienjanln. Editor
Knterftd at Ocala, Fla postofflce as
second-class matter. , .
o-Iely Keporter ...
lit were. The governor of Chihuahua I victim of their prejudice against their
is seriously considering the licensing! own race.
cf open gambling at Juarez, just
across from El Paso, to get money OCOEETS DEPLORABLE AFFAIR
with which to establish and maintain
MTe-oe public schools throughout the state. I (Orlando Reporter-Star)
I . . 11 1 - I TXT 3 I
iuexicans are not queer at ail. lijiuesuay mgui. auu- vYeunebuay mura-
,M,,nirn associated press we would tax all our gamblers we mg snouxa De taicen severely to neart
ia.4a tAd Press is exclusively I could Dav all our school exnenses I by the negroes of this section
entitled for theue for republication o without, any. ten-mill tax. It shows the determined attitude of
not ofhe'rwise credUed in this paper and j ' Ithe white people of this community to
aifio the. iocai If we must have a state highway keep it a white man's section.
419 batches herein are also reserved. commission, let the legislature fire the There is no one in Orange county
present bunch, lock, stock and barrel, I "O would not nave given nis an to
domestic subscription itATES jan(i give the governor power to ap- have that occurrence averted. The
One year, m aance... "";'Jj; point three men a road engineer, a killing ol two white citizens, as well
L "10LSW in advance'!!!" I. 1.50 Insiness man and a law'ver all three as the innocent negroes, is lamented
jurco --- ---- . . .. . I. ... ..
On montn, m auvuce " among the best of their class. Pay tne enre community.
iiut back of it all there is a lesson.
tober 19th, 1920, in that certain suit
in chancery now pending, wherem
Henry Gatrell is complainant and
William Jacobs is defendant. I as
speeial master will offer for -sale at
the west door of the court house in
Ocala, Florida, on
Monday, the 6th day, of December,
between the hour3 of 11 a. m. and 2
p. m. of said day, the following land
situate, lying and being in Marion
county, Florida, to-wit: the west half
of the southwest quarter of the south
east quarter of section thirty-four in
township thirteen south, range twen
ty east, said land to be sold to the
highest bidder for cash to satisfy
said decree and costs.
S. T. Sistrunk. Special Master.
W. K. Zewadski, ; . -
complainant's Solicitor. 11-6-sat
them good salaries and their own ex-
rimcna TViz lvis.V. t 1 : i - ,,.1 I T'ny mnntlra fliero Viavo Vioon 1 1 cfrn-h-
i lie i atit npr inrn idt i i. 1
onscuthre inaertionsr. Alternate inser- have been running around over the mS elements afloat among the ne-
?5 ner cent aaoiuonau oiudosj- -uia;
' - i . i wi UUIUIUK 1J1CCL1X1I3
ixntCimer cents "per inch. Special there, attending banquets, etc., have organs, and others by unprincipled
position zv per ceiu a.uuti.iUUai. nw spenr or caused to be snent a lot of I wnites. nave naa a wiae circuiatiuw
iipss mm i i. . ...
here and I groes. Newspapers printed by negro
here Their news was of a nature to
. - J t r. Vi . mlnlmitm
inM win take hieher rate. Ithe states money, and have accom
,uU1 ...v .v. ... . w . I ... . .. . - - . I t , . j.
which win De turnisneu upuo ppn-1 pusned practically nothing. And such cause aiscontent ana promote sime.
nniiBK Notii 5 cents per line for men and such methods .will accom- neir aoctrme o1 sociai e9uauiy nas
ilrst insertion: 3 cents per line ror each phsh nothing worth while in twenty i o place m the bouth.- 'Ihe negro
leln?i them back to their own H" know his Place and keep 'lt an(?
f.ffairs and employ men who know a3 long as he behaves himseil and
their work and their business to build keeps his place, he will be protected
our roads. " ' v Inot only by the authorities, but by
individuals as well
Speaking of the war denartment The sane negroes of this community
Igal advertisements it legal rates.
Nobody wants Japanese in this
" country except people who "expect to
order; that ex-service men should t should see to it that these new up
I starts, laboring under the anticroa-
Milwaiikee voters put Victor Berger T , oc,- .' tlons of a chance in the government.
cn the toboggan, and handed him i a L ug that he ha tw nnifo should have the proper curb put to
swift kick as the craft left the dock, I m;fV, -,j..i.-lthem:- Oranee county needs its neero
VVMt.tlU TALAX HftiT? 1 W Ml llilflir' V . il I I I I 1,1 lI i, I v v w
;r v,a nn( t x. i j I rODulation. but needs only crood ne-
Becauge-it is so far from France is . Crt i,;t, t, 4 ;i J eroes: others had better leave before
probably the reason Dempsey js will- and - , . J they .are sent away under unfavorable
mg to ngnfc hi, uua. xamya, iuuui. narfTT, ,0 QT,,Ti,; m;x. v,; circumstances.
i ays oeiier, too. - It hasn't evpn thA nnwer n ,tf T4 The most deplorable tart of these
t incidents is that the innocent suffer
. - . -v 1 V I1LC I11CII umiri - MirVN I , -
California -voted agamts the Japs, arfx a . - . along with the guilty.. Weed out the
and it's the duty oi otner Americans Mi , . , , . chaff in your ranks and make such
t back Lalifornia up. . isn t anior- avercoats and win need them - occurrences impossible. . Stop loafing,
ma more to us than Nippon? winter, an wmun'f ; kq v.n P.et to work and keep out of mischief.
not a for t sin xwiin Vio i,, and there .will be no cause to corn-
There is a great deal of stupidity fllo i:m. Jf Dlain of the treatment afforded bv the
and cruelty in even civilized human vinter . in America on nf white population of Orange county.
beings, and it is much nearerthe sur- tWs idiculn,,s nrAer wl,0. Now that the disturbance in the
face than it was seven years ago. hfi!i .nA WQTO, Ma . . . western section of the county has
tho Sf wij . ii. - come to an end. all citizens should for-
. - - . m - ' mi w- mvu vuiu v Arr 1. 1 it-", tr x ii l ipru i
There were seven parties who went to keep their uniforms as long as they ?et as "soon as possible. Those ne
mto the national election, but nobody czn bufc tf they need them they can Sroes who had no part in it. should
t.niM nv ntt.pnt.inn in nnv but the re- . , . ... ton , r
. . ace ine army DUttoms remove the 1 , c pu"cU xui Dnia men
rmblican and flemocratic. The others I . .. . . ., I vv.oc
i iirHiimin ann titoi i- rhw. . a i iLivbiici.i3
1 . m j J i I uou. vm UlClUi VilllV I CiTU-l
lations govern men in the army, not
ritiKMis A lf 1, I COAlMil TKK KEClil V12S THANKS
-. tt i x -i irr-.i. . - ui, ui muoc anuciiair
, ... xi. .1. j... . j... warriors m Washington, who never .. . ..
xan uracil xur.. me ifurw, vmi smelled .powder except at target prac- or Star: Alter a campaign
the murder of her husband. If the t; -."a- Z ? most notable in its character, but one
authorities will just turn that lady ward Prussianism in-tlm JL in which the forces of right and jus
: - '. Itice suffered, 1 wish to commend the
The Star oTPntw T, services of the Ocala committee for
ble at Ocoee. in Oranw pmmtv Tf the democratic, party,
will be eaeerlv seized unnn hv rtA on. Florida has proved steadfast to the
democratic faith, and the contribu
- uviu UM 4 O
loose she will kill herself soon
Our former fellow-citizen, Mr. O. M.
Eaton, was re-elected senator from
Polk county. Mr. Eaton, tho' a resi
dent of Lakeland for the last fifteen
years, yet retains all his old friend
sbips in Marion.-
" The people who are frightened be
cause they $ ear the vote of California
will cause war with Japan may quiet
their fears. Australia and New Zea
land excluded the Japanese years ago,
and Japan hasn't made war on them
yet..: : . : . -
Mr. Bryan wants Mr. Wilson to re
sign. The only time Mr. Bryan ever
did his country a real service . was
when he resigned and he probably
thinks others should 'follow his ' vir
tuous example. But Mr. Wilson will
serve his term out.
We visited the Kissimmee Valley
Gazette . office not long ago and we
dont think they're treating Thorn
just right. . Right there in that free
range cattle country they keep -Thorn
in the ."stock room." Leesburg Com
mercial. - ,
Maybe they keep him there to shoot
the bull when that animal becomes
" obstreperous. : ' ' "
. Many thousands ot election inspec
tors will be working for several days
counting and tabulating the ballots of
the United States. The people, of.
course, will pay the bills. Times-
Union.'.' " . -'.
We don't know how it was in other
places, but the , inspectors here earned
their money. Eight worked twenty
e hours on a stretch.
After all we are Americans and it
is the duty of real Americans, whether
democrats or republicans, to give
their moral - support ta the " govern
riflent in solving the problems with
which it is faced. St. Petersburg
Times. " '
It's no trouble to give the govern
ment moral support financial support
i 3 what brings the sweat.
Some of the newspapers in the state
are conducting a bit of a word war re
garding whether Thorn, the state's
best press humorist, is a "prosaic or
picturesque liar?' Well, we wouldn't
want to call old man Thorn any kind
cf a Jiar. St. Petersburg Tiroes.
We don't care what we call him as
iong as he is a hundred miles off. If
he comes up thisserway, we shall call
him to dinner. ;
It is said that Japan will offer to
the United States a proposition by
which all Japanese in " the United
States shall be placed on an equality
wift the people, of the United States
'and promises in return to prevent all
emigration to America. It would be
advantageous for. the,-United States
to make the same kind of treaties
with every nation in the world exceot
France, Great Britain, Italy, Belgium,
uonancv faweden, Denmark and Nor
' fay,:. ' :.; - ..- : :.: .
Just in passing, though, President
lading -elect,-we .would like to know
we 'will always be curious about
'ng just what you intend to do
the league of nations and es
' Germany. We ' occupy'-- the
victors in a worldar and
'".'' : ' ' --' of "the
instance of Southern race hate by the tions' under the-circumstances, prov
ceonle who hav fnrcmHon aimnt'.-tWAUd more generous than we expected.
occurrences in Washine-ton Htv. Ra.st Approximately iO.OOO was raised
St. Louis, Chicago and Omaha. How- 5" this st.ate or the cause and sent to
ever, "the white man must ia i w the national headquarters. , While
state, or his state Will become unbear- uvai county led m tnese contriDU
able, and when' negroes band them- tl0ns yet Pinellas, Gadsden, Manatee
selves together, arm with hiVTinnwor. and Leon counties exceeded the quota
ed rifles and lav in laro-o cM. f assigned to them.
ammunition. thprft i nlwav, The democratic people of Florida
to be trouble, and th 11 a1 should profit in the defeat recently
wavs iret the worst nf 'it wiif0 sustained and should adhere more
keen their ammunition' iri f firmly, together in. the determination
the average white man with a revol- r? sprtad thf true democratic gospe
ver or rifle seldom h mnra tnQn mrougnout tne nation.
box of cartridges in his home; and if , 1 want you to know that I am deep
he has a shotgun he almost always ly gratefurto the democratic news-
the campaign for nnances, and for it3
earnest, constructive service to the
democratic party in this state.
Very truly yours, A. Y. Milam.
The .committee raised $261.50 for
the national democratic finance com
jmittee, and its members are glad they
were of some help.
FOR LETTERS PATEST
Notice is "hereby given that we, the
undersigned, - will apply to the Gov
ernor of the State ot Florida, at Talla
hassee, Florida, on the 20th day of
November, A. D. 192, for Letters
Patent to ,be issued to OAK HURST
LJMB COMPANY, under the following
proposed charter, the original of rWhich
U on file in the office of the Secretary
of State of the State of Florida, in
JOHN 31. MEFFERT.
C G. FRASER. -WELLINGTON
Golden Age Macaroni 3 for 25c
Corned Beef, 3 for. , . .... $1.00
Roast Beef, 3 for. ...... .$1.00
Choice White Bacon, lb..272c
Breakfast Bacon squares lb 40c
Lard Compound per lb . . . .20c
Roxane Pancake Flour, 14 -lb.
package, two for. 25c
Jello Ice Cream Pwdr 2 for 25c
4 bars Clean Easy Soap... 25c
Choice Sweet Potatoes, pk. 50c
Good whole Rice, per lb. lO'c
Reddick " mkde Peanut Butter
in bulk, per lb. .... .. . . .30c
Reddick made Peanut Butter
one pound tins .........35c
Reddick made Peanut Butter
v four pound tins-. . . . . ..$1.20
Fresh shipment Royal Salad
dressing, Mayonnaise dressing,
Tartar Sauce and Mint Sauce.
: And et delivery :
NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
To Whom It Uay Concern: ;
This is to certify that I have this
day placed in the city pound the fol
lowing described animals, which have
been found running at large within
the corporate limits of the city of
Ocala; contrary to the ordinances of
One black sow. no mark.
' The owner thereof or his agents,
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified that if the animals are
not claimed and all expenses of-taking
and impounding thereof are not paid
within three days from date hereof,
to-wit: On the 9th day of November,
.1920, I will sell the same to the high
est and best bidder, said sale to take
place between the hours of 11 a. m.
and 3 p. .m. on said day at the city
pound in Ocala, Florida.
S. C. M. Thomas,
Marshal City of Ocala.
C. A. Holloway, Impounder It
TAX BOOKS OPEN
Propowed Charter and Articles of In
corporation of Oak Hurst f
We, -the Undersfa-npd. Art herphv a a.
sociate ourselves together for the pur-
yuao ui uecomuig incorporated under
me laws OI th stato of Tflorlda. - nrA
do hereby adopt the -following propos-
cu tuarier ana articles or incorpora
Name' and Place of Bolnesa'
The name of this corporation shall
be OAK HURST T.TTF! HOMPANTV n-nA
it3 principal place of business shall be
in Ocala, 'Marion county, Florida, but
it may establish such other places of
business or branches thereof either
within the state of Florida or else
where, as the board of directors may
see fit to establish.
The general nature of the business
or businesses to be transacted 'by this
(a) To manufacture building, agri
cultural and. chemical lime; road ma
terial; and any such forms of lime,
and by-products of lime and the lime
industry, . as may seem advisable for
the welfare of - the company;
(b) To prospect and develop min
eral lands; -
(c) To buy, lease and sell lands,
and all kinds of personal (property;
(d To own and operate farms, farm
lands and agricultural enterprises;
(e) To own and operate commis
saries and mercantile establishments;
(f) To iborrow money, issue ibonds,
notes or other obligations, and to se
cure the same by mortgage, deeds,
f (ledges- or other instruments, and to
end money, taking as security there
for mortgages, deeds, pledges or other
(g) - Generally, to exercise all such
powers as may be necessary or conven
ient to the purpose of the -business or
businesses of this corporation and to
have, exercise and enjoy all the rlg"hts,
powers and privileges Incident to cor
porations organized, chartered and ex
isting under and by virtue of the laws
of the state of Florida.
The amount of the capital stock of
this corporation shall be TWENTY
THOUSAND ($20,000) DOLLiARS, to Ibe
divided into Two Hundred shares of
the par value of One Hundred Dol-
lare ($100) each, all or any portion of
which may be issued for or payable
in money, or labor, services, real or
personal property, at a fair valuation
therefor to be fixed by the ' iboard of
' Article IV.
'. . Term,'
The term for which this corporation
is to exist is perpetual.
' I Article V. . j
- . 'Officer
The (business of this corporation is
to be conducted by the following offi
cers: -President, vice president, secre
tary, treasurer and a general manager,
any two of which, except the offices of
E resident ana -vice-president, may oe
eld .by the same .person, such officers
to be elected by the .board of directors;
and by a board of directors to be elect
ed by the stockholders, consisting of
not less than three nor more than five
members. The board of directors may
appoint such subordinate officers, hav
ing such duties, powers and terms of
office, as it may deem best and to the
Interest of this corporation. The an
nual meetings of this corporation shall
be held in its offices in Ocala. Florida,
on the first Tuesday in January of
each year, and the following officers
shall conduct the business of this cor
poration until those elected at the first
meeting of the stockholders and direc
tors shall qualify: President, John M.
Meftert; vice "president and general
manager, C- G. Fraser; secretary and
treasurer, Wellington H. Meftert.
Board of Directors, John M. Meftert, C.
G. Fraser and Wellington H. Meff ert.
" x Indebtedness
The bighest amountof indebtedness
to which this corporation may at any
time subject itself is Twenty Thousand
flhe names and residences of the
subscribers, together with, the amount
of stock subscribed for by each, are as
Name Residence Shares
John II. Meftert
Ocala, Florida 40 shares
C. G. Fraser -
Ocala, Florida 80 shares
Wellington H. Meffert
Ocala, Florida 80 shares
The tax books for state and county
taxes are now open. Those paying
taxes during November will receive 2
per cent discount. W W. Stripling,
l-3t ' Tax Collector.
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.
-On this day personally came before
me, John M. Meftert. C. G. Fraser and
Wellington IL Meftert, each to me well
known, and each acknowledged to me
that he is one of the subscribers above
named and that he signed the forego
ing Notice of Application for Charter
and Articles of Incorporation of OAK
HURST LIME COMPANY, and that be
signed the same for the uses and pur
poses therein set forth and expressed.
My commission expires on the 13th
day of March, 1921.
Witness my hand and official seal at
Ocala, Florida, this the 5th day of Oc
tober, A. D1920. .
(Seal) D. NIEL, FERGUSON.
10-8-4t-Sat Notary Public
OUTi DUSS 'IS
TT HAS ALWAYS been the policy of this bank to
J- manifest a friendly, personal interest in the wel
fare of , depositors. We do not merely wish for the
success "of our depositors; we work for their success,
realizing that their interests of the bank are closely
bound, up with the welfare of its customers.
WE STRIVE to meet the requirements of our cus
tomers in a manner consistent with right bank
ing principles. ' .
Chambliss National Bank
(D HJ M
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There is a 'Charge Account for Everybody
YOU NEEE MI
Several dollars paid out at one time puts a big hole in the
pocketbook. Why not try our plan of easy payments ; a
system that clothes the family so that the money is never
missed ? Yotir credit is an asset. Why not use it ?
We carry a full and complete line of
SKIRTS, COAT SUITS & COATS for GROWN-UPS & 1M TOTS
The goods we sell are guaranteed to be stylish
! and will please the most exacting. ... . . .
col 'iriFii' .si im
"WHY PAY MORE?"
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JmLrsJ la tiWs-i tiW.wla - mJiJa
Meisbcnhip in the Florida Cktu Eachaoge reqtrfrcs
ccJy the abSkf to co-operate. No takktion fees,
no membership daea. For lalorinadon, cocsnlt the
manager of pearwt associxtlon or fab-exchxoge, or
irrite to tho tzs&et nvmager at Tampa.
I f SOI r: V CACf IrAN&f h
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Raising the Family ph, Yesi wonderful Will Power is It not!
TO "3MOK mo HOfte!
XTS SO ONUSUfu)
WouJ-fs-dPCS , MRS.
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Behind the Historian's Back.
Stonewall Jackson was of a very
religious disposition. " lie had In fclf
service a negro man who had become
so accustomed to the famous soldier' a
ray that he was able to foretell when
ever the general was about to start on
in expedition without receiving: any
idvanee notice to that effect. One day
ie was asked to explain how he could
2o this when his master never tU
rulged his plans to anyone. The negro
replied: "Well, I'll tell yon. Marse
Jackson alius prays ev' night 'n ev
uawnln', but when he gits ready to go
iway he prays two or free or f o times
Jurin' the night. An when I seea
5im prayln' m curisid'able I gits ready,
?ase .we's gwine eomewheahs." Kan
sas City Star. .
A? for "Ok llnrn