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NEWS OF THE WEEK BRIEFLY TOLD
Polk County Sheriff Sued
Matthew E. Hfcrtz has filed suit in
the federal court against Sheriff John
Logan of Polk county for $300,000
damages, charging that his health
waß he was humiliated and
his business suffered following his il
legal arrest and detention in the coun
ty jail at Bartow and in the state hos
pital for the insane at Chattahoo
chee.
*' * %
Lieutenant George Burgess, of the
army aviation corps and Miss Emily
Schaefer of Brooklyn, were married
Saturday by wireless telephone. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev,
Dr. Alexander Wouiers from another
airplane, piloted by Lieutenant H.
Hartsdale, best man, while the ma
chines circles above 200,000 person*
attending a police field day at Sbeeps
head Bay speedway, I
• * * * *
Military occupation of Mexico by
the Uuited States is advocated in
the house by Representative Huds*
petb, democrat, of Texas, who fur
tile rurges withdrawal of American
recognition of the Carranza govern
ment and the keeping of American!
troops there until a stable govern-,
went is established.
** * *
Sixty Germans have been arrested)
by the United States military arthori-l
ties on charges of conspiracy to de- j
fraud the government by elimination;
of bidders at auction sales of army!
supplies. "
* * *
Cruelty of every conceivable kind
is charged against the Bulgarians in
eastern Macedonia and Serbia in re
ports submitted by interallied com
missions.
jfjggffaT-- The great Panorama
of tto world’s do
alik thinking can j
only be *|yoyed fully
if the eyes are in tftfbd heai|^,
dfuiCj. weihe
Specialist
Ocala, Florida
NEW
Shipment
SEEDS
/ y
Beg gar weed
and
Sorghum
Seed
-at-
Lowest Prices
OCALA
SEED
STORE
PEPTONA
The Ideal
SPRING
TONIC
Sold only in Ocala
GERIG’S drug store
SI.OO Per Bottle
Bottles for $5.50
On Tuesday President Wilson
transmitted to the senate the spe
cie treaty with France by which the
( United States pledges itself to come *
immediately to the aid of that repub-!
lie in the event of an unprovoked at !
tack by Germany and asked tor “its j
early ratification along with the;
treaty with Germany.”
* * ,* *
Chicago's race riot iesuited in sev
(onteen whites and eight negroes be
ing killed. Practically none of the;
3 50,000 negroes employed by the big;
packers at Union stock yards report- i
ed for work Tuesday morning and as |
J a result several plants were obliged j
to operate with a curtailed force.
* * * *
Governor Dorsey of Georgia is of-!
fering a reward of S6OO for the arrest
( and conviction of the persons wh i'
'lynched Berry Washington, a 72-year
old negro near Milam. Ga. last May.!
No sooner were the race riots
quelled in Washington than they
broke out in Chicago. Two were kill
ed and fifty wounded. On the next
day nine were reported killed.
* *
I Representative Baer of North Da
| kota has reintroduced the bill for a
| bonus of a year’s pay for every sol
j dmr that served in the war. •
| The motor train crossing the con
! tinent is three miles long. It fo!
j lowing the Lincoln highway from
(Washington to San Francisco.
■* * * *
| The supreme court of Tennessee
George A. Zabriskie. a member of
the sugar board, says sugar is plen
tiful in the United States and should
retail for 11 cents per pound.
• * * *
Hon. Josephus Daniels thinks the
South stands in its own light not 'o
adopt the woman suffrage amend
j ment.
It has been discovered that Lenh e
and Trotzky have secret agents at
work in New York avid perhaps other
cities in the U. S.
* * *■ (
Twenty American relief workers,
mostly women-,left New York on Mon
day to help care for the starving chil
dren of Serbia.
*< *
Twenty thousand Russians, many
of them barefooted and without rifles
i are driving back toward Petrograd
ja bolshevik force-four times as large.
* £ '* *
James M. Johi&on, 302 years old, a
native of Jackson, Tenn., veteran (f
the Indian, Mexican and civil wars,
died at Cincinnati Sunday.
* * * *
Besides her race riot Chicago is all
stirred up over the confession of a
policeman to the murder of a six
year-old girl.
I* * *
i The World’s Cotton congress is to
! he held in New Orleans in October.
It promises big things for the cotton
{ producing states. I
* Sf * *
i
The sum of $125,2K2.8r>9 was re
ceived by the Y. M. C. A. between
April 26. 1919. and March 31, 1919. ;
* * * *
has upheld the validity of the law
giving yremen the right to vote ini
| municipal and presidential elections ;
* * •
| The constitutionality of the cattle;
tick law' is being tested before thej
Florida supreme court at Tallahassee. 1
4* * *
j Judge Cockrell of Jacksonville has
been made professor in college ofj
law at the University of Florida.
* * * *
“Uncle San’s” dreadnaughts pass-j
ed over the Gutam’s locks in the Pan
ama canal with safety.
* * *
The approaching visit of the Prince
of Wales has set the heart cf Wash
ington society in a flutter.
** * *
The great British strike, involving
250,000 men. has ended after a series
of conferences.
#* * *
Now the blacks in Gotham are be
ginning a search for trouble.
If you sit in a cool draft when you
are heated and get a stiff neck or
lame back, you will be looking for
something that will ease the pain Fix
your mind on Ballard’s Snow Lini
ment and don't be talked out of it
because it is the best pain relieving
liniment you can get anywhere. Sold
by Gerig's Drg Store. —adv.
The more some people owe the less
they pay.—Exchange. The more;
some people tall the less they say.— j
St. Augustine Record. And the more;
some hens cacklh the less they lay.—
Palm Beach Post. Yes, and the more
some dog's bark the 'less they bite.—
Eustis Lake Refcion. Yes, and men
who do not boast do most.
- f >
BEL LEVIEW
i.-Johh Lanier of Fort Christmas,
is visiting if. and Mrs. R. L. Sum
ner. Mr. Lanier was an overseas sol
dier and has lately received his dis
charge from the U. S. motor service.
The night of the 23rd the officers
of the Fourth cf July barbecue made
i their final report at the town hall,
j showing over two hundred dollars in
(their hands, it was voted to com
j mence in the afar future the erection
jof a building for future barbecue anft
1 basket picnics. The following offi
cers for the ensuing year were elect
ed: S. 8. French, president; Frank
Gale, vice president; Mrs. J. N. j
Shedd, secretary; Miss Minnie Tre-.
I mere, treasurer, ft was voted to hold ;
!
ja barbecue in January.
! Sergeant Lloyd Moier has received;
ja discharge and is home from over-j
I seas service. He had seen serivee un
; der General Pershing on the Texas
(border before going to France. He
looks fine, in fact all of our returned
j soldiers look as though they had been!
well cared for by the U. S govern- j
; ment.
! Miss Mary Gale; who is attending j
the summer fchool at Gainesville,;
came heme for the week end 1o seel
her parents and meet ter soldier
b'other.
O. M. Gale has started a grist mill,
having put up a ten horse power gas
oline engine to run it. The exhaust
nmkes considerable noise.
Edward Schram of Jacksonville is
viriting his brother. Charles Schram.
Mr. Schram formerly lived in Belle
view.
Mr. Henry Shaw, who has been se-j
riouslv IP. is some better and with i
care will soon be able to be out again, j
Frank G.reenhnutr, a. soldier over- j
seas for IS months, has been dischar
ged from th° service He intends
working the Pierce farm on shares
during the next year.
Mr. E. W. White of Pittsburgh, a
winter resident of Belleview lor many
veairi has had his eyes successfully
operated on. the cataract removed
and his sight restored, which is good
news to his Belleview friends.
Raymond Gale, an overseas soldier,
has been (Uncharged from the service
and arrived home on the 26th. He
errae from France on the IT. S. cruis
er Pueblo, with 1 GOO so’diers on
board.
Mr. Louis Weihe has been indis-!
posed, but is better now. Mrs. Weibe j
is well, and is visiting in Xenia, O. {
She is expected to return to Belleview j
in about ten dayß.
Mis. Pratt and her father, Mr. Har-j
dison, have visited relatives in Lynne,
Mass. Mis. Pratt called on Mr. and
Mrs. Dorothy, found them well and
his business paying well. Mr. Hardi
son had a severe cold, but went to
visit friends in New Hampshire, Mrs.
: Pratt going to Maine.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haviland are j
enjoying country life and air on thej
hills of Ridgefield, Conn.' overlooking;
Long Island Sound at the home ofj
Mrs. Haviland’s aunt.
The night of the 29th a splash par-;
ty in honor of Raymond Gale, lately)
returned from France, was held at j
Smith Lake. Bathing, lunch, etc. I
i
WRIGHT DIDN’T FORESEE IT
From an interview with Orville!
.Wright ten years ago:
i “How*high can you go?”
“As high as I want to, but there
; will never be any need to go higher
j than 1,000 feet. At that height no
■ known gun could reach you.”
j “How high have you gone?”
j “Three hundred feet. I passed ever
-1 a balloon.”
j “How fast have you gone?”
“Forty miles an hour.”
j • “How fast could a machine be made
jto go?”
“There’s no limit that I know of.!
; but no man, unprotected, could go!
faster than 100 miles an hour and)
stick to his machine. The rush of 1
air is too great.”
“Do you think anybody will ever 1
fly across the acean in an airplane?”
“Hard to tell. Depends on wbetber;
anybody wants to.”
“For what purpose will your ma- J
chine be used?"
“Military operations and sport.” j
l . j
Mr. William Littledale, who for tb e j
past six months has been operating j
a mercantile establishment at Olus
tee, rear the monument that has been
erected near that historic spot,
returned to his home in Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. A. Moses and Mr.
Neaf Moses are occupying their cot
tage at Lake Weir and are enjoying
all the beauties aud activities of that
lovely locality.
Mr. Charles Mathews and son. Mr.
, Robert Mathews, of Candler, were
1 Monday visitors. The senior Mr.
i Mathews is living on the farm and
says that it is the ideal life. He is
67 but looks only about 50 and ex
pects to round out a century.
NOTICE
In he Circuit Court in and for Ma
rion County, Florida—ln Chancery.
Marion County Land Cos. Vs. Gulf Se
curity Cos., et al.
To C.H. Cooner, Lucia F. Driggs,
M. Hardee, A. Thompson. W. R.
C. Barclift, Josiah Fort, Allen Fort,
A. B. Fort, Robert Fort, Ella M. Pfeif
fer and Hugh Stanland: Greeting'.
, Whereas, tbe Marion County Land
Company, a corporation, the com
plainant in the above entitled cause,
nas filed in this court an affidavit, al
leging that you and each of you are
non-residents cf the State cf Florida,;
that your residence -is unknown to j
the said complainant and'that each 1
cf yon are over the igv of twenty-one
years and that there is po person in
;the State of Florida the service of a
. subpoena upon whofft would bind you
(or any of you. W'
| herefore. it is jbjdered that you
I and each of you, jgp aud appear be
|i°re this court ojWMonday, the 6th
I day ot October, 1919, the same being
(the rule day of thii,court.
It is further oralfred that this or
der be published irt the Ocala Banner,
& £ewsp.ipbf published in Marion
County, Jnoricla, nuke a week fop
j eight consecutive Greeks, prior to the
rule day in October, 3919.
j Witness my haild as Clerk ot the
j Circuit Court sth Judicial Circuit in
jand for Marion Chunty, and the seal
; ( >f said Court, at the ('*■>■>■*+ House at
| Ocala, on this the 25th day of July,
! 1919.
(Seal) P. h. NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Chart, Marion Cos., Fla.
8-l-9t.
NOTICE
j , j-
Of Application for Leave to Sell Mi-’
\ nor's L.arid
Notice is hereby given that on the
30th day dt August, A. D-, 1919, I will
apply ri) Honorable W. E. Smith,
: county judge in and for Marion coun
ity, state of Florida, at his office in
1 Ocala, in slid county, ioi an order
i authorizing hie, as guardian of the
| minor heirs of the estate of Willander
: Austin, deceased, t tc sell at private
sale the folldwing property belonging
to said estate, to-wit: Commencing at
the northeast fiforner of the southwest
quarter of the northwest quarter of
section (2), township fifteen (15),
south pf range twenty (20), thence
rurfnmjg south one hundred seventy
six -337f) yards, thence west two hun
dfced twenty (220) yards, thence
north one hundred seventy-six (176)
yards, thence eaßt two hundred twen
ty (220) yards, to point of beginning,
containing, by estimation, eight (8)
acres more or less. Said land belong
ing to thfe. estate of the said Willan
der Aus tih, deceased, to be sold for
the best ihterest of the said minor
heirs.
This 30tb day of July. 1919. : 3
ftUTLLA AUSTIN,
8-1 -5t f Guardian.
SCHOOL NOTICE
i
:
i This is to call
jand teachers of the county to a rm-.
lut-rm adopted by tile hoard in recent
session that nd school would be al
lowed to (receive any pupil from
side their own Aisikiot j'witholh. for
mal permit county board or
the county superintendent. The coun
ty - upeciutemterit will consult the
trustees from th^ ; district in which
pupils reside befofte granting permits
[to attend school outside their own
j districts.
Very respectfully,
J, H, BRINSON,
? County Superintendent,
j 8-1-41.
NOTICE OF FHVAL SETTLEMENT
AND DISCHARGE
U__j —
i Notice is hereby , given that the uu
jdersigned will on the 20th day of Jan
uary, 1920, present my accounts and
j vouchers to the Cdpnty Judge, in and
(for Marion County) in his office in
j Ocala, will make my
' final settlement ahd wil ajjwdy for
final discharge as fllfceutor pi the Es
tate of James P. late of
Newport, Vermont., * deceased, said
James P. Whitney Being at the time
of decease the duly .appointed Execu
tor of said Lucius jP. Drew’s Estate
Iby said County Judlie of said Marion
County, and not having made final
settement, in said Ctturt of his (said)
Whitney’s account tfis Executor of
said Drew*#''said Estate.
This !4th day of (July, 1919, al
Newport, Vermont.
T. L ALFORD,
;As Executor of the Estate of James
;P. Whitney, Deceased, former Execu
tor of the Estate of Lucius P.
! Drew. v
17-25-6 mo.

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