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VOL. 27 OCALA. FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 11)21 " 9 so. 269.
PLANS TO SOLVE
FAR EAST PHOBLEF.
Are Being Considered Today by Rep Representatives
resentatives Representatives of All Nations At
Washington, Not. 16. (Associated
Press). Problems of the Far East,
whose solution is adjudged an integral
part of the question of armaments,
held the attention of the conference
today, while the plan for naval reduc reduction
tion reduction was passing through the hands
of a committee of experts.
, For the first time delegations rep representing
resenting representing the United States, Great
Britain, Japan, France, Italy, China,
Belgium, Portugal and the Nether Netherlands,
lands, Netherlands, acting as a committee of
the whole on the. Far East, assem assembled
bled assembled for preliminary discussion' and
to lay plans for procedure. The Unit United
ed United States' attitude is this country's
interest is not nearly so great in the
far east as the naval question and
each power appeared to be waiting
for the other to speak first.
There are indications that the
American naval reduction plan was
itself a compromise on what United
States naval experts first proposed,
as the American delegates suggested
the original probably would be unac unacceptable
ceptable unacceptable to Gerat Britain and Japan.
The American suggestion would not
) limit aircraft, it is understood, not
' only because of the convertibility of
commercial aircraft to war purposes,
but in order not to hinder air develop development.
ment. development. .'
The first meeting of the committee
of experts adjourned at noon until
tomorrow after the various phases of
the American plan had been consid
ered by individual experts represent
ing each power preparatory to a com
mittee discussion later.
CHINA WANTS OPEN DOOR
Washington, Nov. 1$-(Associated
Press). Minister Sze today made a
detailed statement regarding China's
interests and attitude on Far Eastern
questions at the first meeting of the
committee on Pacific and Far Eastern
questions. Maintenance of the open
door to China is said to have been
urged vigorously by Sze, who also
spoke strongly for abolition of the
secret ; treaties affecting China. He
did not bring up Shantung or foreign
A BRILLIANT GATHERING
Washington, Dec. 16.- Secretary
Weeks was host today at a luncheon
. in honor of Marshal Focli and General
Diaz, military advirers, respectively,
to the Frenc hand Italian delegations
to the armament conference. The af affair,
fair, affair, which was given at the Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan Club, was one of the most
brilliant functions of the conference.
Ranking members of the military and
naval delegations to the conference,
heads of the various divisions of the
American army and chairmen of the
Senate and House military commit committees
tees committees were among those invited.
PROMOTION FOR LORING
Ellis Loring, American commis commissioner
sioner commissioner to Germany, was nominated
. today by President Harding as charge
d'affaires to Germany.
WILLIAM A. ; BARRETT
Mrs. William A. Barrett left Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville last -evening for Asheville, N.
C, to attend the funeral of her hus husband,
band, husband, whose death occurred suddenly
Saturday evening at their home in
Central City, Ky. Mrs. Barrett, who
prior to her marriage was Miss Annie
Brown Edwards, of Gainesville, had
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Jack
unggs, m Kiversicie, and it was
while she was here that she received
the sad news of the death of her hus
band. She will be joined in Asheville
by relatives of the deceased, and the
interment will take place in the fam family,
ily, family, lot in the Asheville cemetery. On
her return Mrs. Barrett will leave for
Gainesville for a visit with her
mother, Mrs. M. E. Edwards. She will
be accompanied to Gainesville by
Mrs. Briggs. Times-Union.
Mr. and Mrs. Barrett and their lit little
tle little daughter made their home in
Ocala for some time a few years ago.
Their friends greatly regret the death"
of Mr. Barrett and sympathize with
his bereaved widow.
COR DREY'S Transfer is on the job
day and night. Moving household
furniture and baggage our special
ties. Once tried, always used. Phone
434. L. E. Cordrey, Prop 16-lm
Until January 1st we will sell
FURNITURE at greatly reduced
prices for cash. Phone 19 and let us
know your needs. Thetis Bros. 15-tf
For fresh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Market. tf
Everything for your
The city council met in regular ses session
sion session last night with all members pres present.
ent. present. John L. Edwards appeared in re
gard to damage done at his residence
by high tension wire during the re recent
cent recent storm, presenting bill of $39.80.
Matter referred to Mr. Simmons and
Supt. McKenzie for investigation.
Matter of putting on extra police
during the fair left in the hands of
Mr. Winer and Chief Gordon.
A. Arabian appeared and asked
permission to replace awning at No.
416 N. 'Magnolia street with iron
cover, uranted upon motion oi air.
John Dozier handed in resignation
as member of the sinking fund com
mission. Action on same
until next meeting.
Claim of Pacific Flush Tank Com
pany referred to city attorney,
v Annual report from Mrs. F. G. B.
Weihe, chairman of park committee
of Woman's Club, read and filed for
Defective pump at the light plant
ordered "returned to Burford, Hall &
Smith. Payment of $763.16 to Bur
ford, Hall & Smith on water softener
Request of J. D. McCaskill et al for
light and power on Dunnellon road re
f erred to Mr. Simmons and the city
Proposition of S. H. Christian to
drill out well at the disposal plant at
$1.25 per foot was accepted,
Bid of John H. Taylor for lot and
barn on May street not accepted.
City Manager McKenzie submitted
regular monthly report on street,
sanitary and light and water depart
ments, which was read and ordered
filed for information.
An ordinance for the contraction of
the territorial limits of the city of
Ocala was introduced by Mr. Gold
man, placed upon first reading and re
ferred to the head of the department
The following resolution offered by
Mr. Goldman was, upon motion of Mr.
Be.it resolved by the city counci
of the city of Ocala, that the city of
Ocala, a municipal corporation organ
ized and existing under the laws of
the state of Florida, of the county of
Marion and state of Florida, is here
by authorized to acquire, by eminent
domain, the following described rea!
estate situate in the county of Mar
ion and state of Florida, to-wit:
Com at the nw cor of .lot No. 2 oi
blk No. 70 of the Old Survey of the
town, now city, of Ocala, run thence
s 30 ft, thence e 75 ft, thence n 30 ft
thence w 75 ft to the p o b,. being, the
ana 3 aescrioea m-aeea ironv u. o
Scott, receiver, to. trustees of Stand
ard Lodge No. 1, recorded in the pub
ic records'df Marion county, Florida
in deed book.113.at page 16& thereof.
The purpose for which said rea
estate is to be acquired is for the
purposes of the water works of the
city of Ocala, and the interest and
estate to be acquired in said' property
is the absolute fee simple title there
to. That the mayor, president of the
city council and city attorney of the
city of Ocala are hereby authorized
and directed to execute such papers
documents and. to prepare and sign
sucn pleadings' and affidavits -as may
be "necessary to carry out the pur
poses of this resolution, and are here
by directed and authorized to institute
such suits or other proceedings as
may be necessary, and the cty clerk
of the city of Ocala is hereby au
thorized to draw, and the president of
the city council to sign, such checks
or vouchers for such moneys and ex
penses as may be necessary.
The following report was read and
We, the committee appointed in re
gard to reduction in lighting rates for
large consumers would recommend
the following schedule, to-wit:
1 to 400 K. W. H. per month, 10c
per K. W. H.; 401 to 500 W. K. H. per
month, 8c. per K. W. H.; 500 and up
K. W. II. per month, 7c. per K. W. H.
Chas. E. Simmons,
A. T. Thomas,
B. Goldman, Committee.
Upon motion of Mr. Goldman Man
ager McKenzie was authorized to
build shed at light and water plant.
The following resolution offered by
Mr. Winer was adopted, upon motion
of Mr. Simmons, duly carried:
Be it resolved, by the city council
of the city of Ocala, that the mayor
of said city is hereby requested to is issue
sue issue his proclamation for the general
election to be held in and for the city
of Ocala on the 13th day of Decem December,
ber, December, A. D. 1921, and that the follow following
ing following are named as clerks and inspec inspectors
tors inspectors of such election:
For ballot box marked A to L:. O.
B. Howse, W. A. Knight, H. H. Whet Whetstone,
stone, Whetstone, inspectors; F. W. Ditto, clerk.
For ballot box marked M to Z: E.
DeCamp, W. A. Jeff coat, J. H. Smith,
inspectors; L. T. Izlar, clerk.
Petitions were examined and found
to have the required number of quali-
OT FROM MIAMI
Fine Scotch and Rye Whisky Found
Packed in Barrels Shipped To
Kansas City as Fish
Jacksonville, Nov. 16. Starting to
ice a reingerator car isilled as con
taining fish from Miami to Kansas
City, railroad men today discovered
fifeh barrels in the car contained fine
Scotch and rye whiskies. Sheriff R.
E. Merritt and federal prohibition of
ficers seized the, shipment.
GOOD MAN GONE
K. McQuarrie, Honored and Use
ful, Has Passed Away
Gainesville, Nov. 16. C. K. Mc
Quarrie, in charge of the state farm
demonstration work and a member of
the experiment station staff, died here
. AFTER HAYES SCALP
Washington, Nov. 16. Demand for
a congressional investigation of Post Postmaster
master Postmaster General Hays and charges
that he was discriminating against
former service men in making post-
office appointments was voiced in the
Striate yesterday by Senator King,
democrat, of Utah.
The charges were made soon after
the Senate convened by Senator D. U.
Fletcher, democrat, of Florida.
"In Florida there was a competi
tive examination for a postmaster-
ship. The man who passed was a
former service man. Hays has order ordered
ed ordered another examination for partisan
purposes," alleged Fletcher.
Washington, Nov. 15. Cotton con
sumed during October amounted to
494,745 bales of lint, 61,513 bales of
linters, compared with 401,325 bales
of lint and 48,364 bales of linters for
Otcober of last year, the census bu bu-rea
rea bu-rea uannounced today.
WOULD PLEASE THE WETS
fiditor btar: mis is irom a
Georgia paper and appeals to me as
being well adapted to Florida "use.
How is it with you? Might we not as
well adapt or adopt it?
Take this to your county clerk and
ask him to fill it out for you. Then
Whereas we, the authorities of
, county, in the state of....,
recognize the necessity of all human
beings to titillate their innards at -frequent
intervals with some one or
other of the forms of liquid nourish
ment stronger than milk; and,
Whereas, we the authorities and
grand gazooks of this commonwealth
consider Mr. Volstead of Minnesota,
to be not a great legislator but his
Therefore we grant hereby to
Brother.. of the sov
ereign right to distil, create, market,
vend, pour and treat in the liquids
known by various handles such as
hootch, mule juice, elixir of corn, em
balming fluid, home brew, death's
friend, sweet spirits of raisin, joy oil,
lady tempter and bottled heaven.
Providing, that the grantee of this
license leave a sample of his wares
weekly for inspection only with
the mayor, board of aldermen, sheriff
and county clerk.
In witness whereof we have this
day subscribed our hands, but for
God's sake burn the papers.
fied electors and the following names
thereupon ordered placed on the bal
lot to be voted on at general election
to be held December 13th, 1921:
For mayor: E. G. Peek and A. T,
Councilman from first ward: H. W
Henry, A. A. Winer.
Councilman from third ward: D. E.
Mclver, W. R. Pedriclc
Councilman at largs: E.'H. Martin.
.It was further ordered that in the
event other petitions were filed with
in time required by law, the clerk be
authorized to place names upon the
can be had at ihe Fort
MR. THOMAS' PLATFORM
Before announcing my platform.
there are a few words that I want to
say to the general public in the way
of an explanation which are as fol
When I went on the city council
something over three years ago, I had
one object in mind, which was to get
a "white way" around the public
square, but after being appointed by
the president of the council as chair chairman
man chairman of the street and sanitary de department,
partment, department, and after giving my de department
partment department careful and due considera consideration,
tion, consideration, I very quickly added two other
objects to my first one, which were
to get rid of our mules and carts and
put in their place a more modern
equipment, and the other was to bond
the city for the purpose of putting
a permanent wearing surface on our
lime rock base referring to the
streets, of course for with my sev several
eral several years of experience in the road
material and paving business, it took
me but 'a very short while to realize
the fact that it was absolutely im impossible
possible impossible to keep up the streets satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory to the public with our local
material, on account of the great and
increasing amount of automobile traf traffic,
fic, traffic, and at the same time, I realized
that the money that the city was
spending was practically thrown
away. lne balance of the council
greed with me and the result, as
every one knows, of course, was that
advocated at the time the Finley
method type of paving, which I
thought was the best type of paving
that we could put down at that time,
taking into consideration the amount
f money that the city would have to
spend. But since the war is over and
conditions are fast getting back to
normal, I would not for a moment
consider the Finley -method process,
for the simple reason that we can now
get a standard and much better type
of pavement" for a very little more
expense. There are at least five
streets in the city which should be,
on account of the immense amount of
automobile and heavy traffic, paved
with a standard type of asphalt.
These streets are Exposition, Mag
nolia, North Main, Oklawaha avenue
and the Dixie Highway from Fort
King to the city limits.
It will be recalled by the citizens
of Ocala, especially by those residing
on Oklawaha avenue, that a few
months ago when the council thought
that the bonds were sold and the mon
ey available, that there appeared be
fore the council a number of citizens
residing on Oklawaha avenue who de
manded a better type of paving than
we anticipated putting down on the
other streets. I fought this issue, for
did not feel that they were any bet
ter than ny other respectable citi
zens and property owners residing on
other streets where there was equally
as much and as heavy traffic as there
was on Oklawaha avenue, and I shall
continue to fight any such one-sided
business. If the people on Oklawaha
expect a better street than the city
expects to give other residents, and
property owners living on other
streets where there is equally as
much traffic, then they had better get
busy and defeat ,me for mayor;
though, however, I am anxious to see
Oklawaha avenue made a 'beautiful
street and paved with a good type of
Now just a few more facts and I
will give the voters my platform and
ask them to carefully consider it and
also this letter, and then elect the
man for mayor whom you honestly
believe to be the best qualified for
the office, for personally, I do not ex-
petc to ask a single man or women to
vote for me. If the majority of the
people don't want me, then I don't
want the office.
As to me opponent, Dr. Peek, I
. (COURTESY BATTLE & CO. )
NEW YORK COTTON
Futures opened steady and closed
ODen High Low Gose
December 16.40 17.10 16.40 16.85
January 16.22 16.95 16.22 16.72
March . 16.30 16.97 16.30 16.75
May 16.25 16.80 16.25 16.60
July 15.88 16.47 15.88 16.25
October .. 15.15 15.75 15.15 15.60
Spots slightly improved, demand
opening quiet 10 to 15 lower; fully
middling 10.82. Futures closed barely
steady. December 10.37, January
10.39, March 10.37, May 10.36, July
10.33, October 9.92.
Wheat Onen High Low Close
December 1044 107 1034 107
May ..... 1074 110 1064 110
December 47 47 47 474
May 524 534 524 534
December 31 32 31 314
May 36 37 36 37
For the Civil Service Commissions.
Says Barrett, Responsible For
Slackness and Dishonesty
Detroit, Nov. 16. Insufficient ap
propriations to enable the civil serv
ice commission to investigate the
moral character and record of persons
certified for government service is
probably responsible for even crim
inality and dishonesty" in the service,
John H. Bartlett, president of the
commission, told told the convention
of the National Civil Service Reform
Referring to what he described as
"recent shocking disclosures of crim
inality in the city of Washington,
where at this time a policeman is held
for the theft of an automobile," Mr.
Bartlett declared the commission is
determined on account of this, altho'
there is no provision for it, to make
character investigations and ratings
ht-nceforth in certifying applicants
for the Washington police force.
SUWANEE SPECIAL STRUCK
A SNAG AT SPRING CITY
Seaboard's Finest Train Ran Into Its
Chattanooga, Nov. 16. The Suwan
nee special on the Cincinnati South Southern,
ern, Southern, Chicago to Tampa, was wrecked
at Spring City today. Three persons
were injured, including R. M. Leidy,
of St. Cloud, Fla. The mail car, bag baggage
gage baggage car and two coaches were de derailed
railed derailed but nobody was seriously hurt.
Cincinnati, Nov.' 16. While several
coaches of the Suwannee special were
derailed they kept upright and nobody
was hurt, according to the Cincin
nati offices of the road.
St. Petersburg, Nov. 15. By a ma majority
jority majority of 341 votes, Noel A. Mitchell
was today recalled as mayor of St.
Petersburg. The vote was 1374 in fa
for of his recall and 1033 against the
recall. Tampa Tribune.
want to say that he is a personal
friend of mine and a man whom I ad
mire, and I only wish that a whole
lot more people like him would move
to Ocala, but on account of his pro
fession and immense practice, I do not
believe that he can give the office of
mayor the attention that it will re
quire, especially for the next few
months, as the street work should
start now very shortly, and if the
mayor and the city, council don't
watch their p's and q's, the city is
sure to get stung in the way of cheap
material, sorry workmanship, graft,
I have been in the paving material
business for a number of years and
I know good material and good work
when I see it, and if elected mayor,
I promise the people that I shall leave
no stone unturned to see that we get
one dollar's value for every one hun hundred
dred hundred cents we spend, so here goes my
First. I believe it the duty of the
mayor to be present at the council
meetings and work in harmony with
Second. I am in favor of a city
manager if the city can get the right
man, and my opinion is that he should
be a man with knowledge of both
steam and electrical engineering, and
an economical buyer.
Third. I am in favor of discon discontinuing
tinuing discontinuing the Silver Springs panhandle
as the city receives no taxes on the
property abutting the Silver Springs
addition and the county can keep up
the boulevard much better than the
Fourth. I am ic favor of the en enforcement
forcement enforcement of all city ordinances.
Fifth and last. I am in favor of
disposing of the present city engi engineer.
neer. engineer. Upon the basis of my platform and
the above letter, I solicit your vote
and support for the office of mayor,
and if elected, I shall fill the office
to the best of my ability and without
A. T. Thomas.
A cynical writer asks .what bol bol-shevism
shevism bol-shevism lives on. Certainly not on
its reputation. Minnecota Star.
Suggestion to business: Money is
a boomerang; turn it loose. Erie
FOR SALE Part of my household
goods. 410 Alvarez street, west side
primary schooL 16-3t
Phone 590, Free Delivery
PHYSICAL TRAINING IN
. THE OCALA SCHOOLS
The athletics of the high school are
provided for by their work in basket
ball and in footbalL However, all
high school pupils cannot participate
in these. Hence there is a need for
regular physical exercise of some
kind even for the high school pupils,
and the grammar and primary grades
have little provision for physical
Physical training given in our
schools by a trained, experienced in instructor
structor instructor means not only better de developed
veloped developed muscles and bodies but dis
cipline, self-discipline which is at once
moral and patriotic. This discipline
our young people need. It means
promoted physical vigor, obedience,
fair play, quick response, respect for
rules, courtesy, correct posture, hon
esty and a spirit of co-operation.
Many children do not know how to
play, God's methods of teaching a
child to work.
Ocala has an unusual opportunity
of being able to obtain a trained
physical instructor for its schools for
five months of this year. This in instructor
structor instructor is Miss Dora N. Eastman,
daughter of Dr. Charles Eastman. Dr.
Eastman, an Indian chief of the Sioux
tribe, is a writer and lecturer of in
ternational reputation. Miss Eastman
came as physical training instructor
to Belvidere, N. J., the first year
(1917) that the physical training law
went into effect in New Jersey. She
remained there four years. It was
through her efforts and ability that
that department was developed until
the physical training in Belvidere
school was of the best in the state.
Miss Eastman is not only exper
ienced in school athletics but has for
a number of years been owner and
director in Camp Oahe, a girls' camp
near Monsonville, N. II. She is the
teacher who is capable of giving phys
ical training the right start and im impetus
petus impetus which will insure its continu continuance
ance continuance in our schools.
Our school board is not able to give
much financial aid to the movement,
so we are asking that the parents, for
the sake of the boys and girls, sup support
port support this project. Their direct con
tributions need not work a hardship
on anybody if all contribute as they
are able. And it is desired that ev every
ery every family having children in school
will subscribe for each month of the
teacher's salary. This will not only
enlits the co-operation of the par
ents, but will create an interest in
the movement, a thing most desired
now. If the people begin thinking
more of the schools, the near future
will see innovations and better times
for the education of the young people.
Although our doctors and dentists
are very busy people and are not
able to take an active part in the
work of the Parent-Teacher Associa
tion, they have expressed their inter
est and willingness to co-operate in
every way possible to further the
health of the children. The following
are .the members of the health com
mittee of the Parent-Teacher Assoc ia
Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Ayer, Dr. and
Mrs. J. E. Chace, Dr. and Mrs. Chas,
W. Moremen, Dr. and Mrs. G. C
Shephard, Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Fuller,
Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Dozier, Dr. and
Mrs. H. W. Henry, Dr. and Mrs. J.
W. Hood, Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Lindner,
Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Watt, Dr. and
Mrs. W. K. Lane, Dr. and Mrs. J. H.
Walters, Mrs. J. W. Tally, Mrs. Clara
Thomas and Miss Margaret E. Tay Taylor.
lor. Taylor. Members of the committee will try
and all the parents having chil children
dren children in school, but do not wait for
them to call on you. Send your name
to your child's teacher telling her
how much you are willing to give per
month toward the salary of the phys physical
ical physical instrutcor.
Margaret E. Taylor,
Chairman of the Health Committee of
the Parent-Teacher Association.
CARD OF THANKS
We sincerely thank our kind
friends, both white and colored, for
the many acts of kindness to our
dear mother, Lydia Daniels, during
her recent brief illness. Their many
kind tokens of love and sympathy in
our sad bereavement in the loss of a
dear and devoted mother, will ever be
remembered and cherished by us.
Roderick E. Thomas,
RobL J. Thomas,
S. J. Thomas,
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Mason's Place cn Fori
Attack of Moplah Rebels on Paralik-
kah Repulsed by Gurkhas With
Delhi, India, Nov. 16 Nearly seven
hundred Moplah rebels were killed in
an attack on Pandikkah po?t. which
was repulsed by the Kurkha grarrison.
The Moplah forces numbered i000.
One British officer and three men
were killed, and 34 wounded. lit -ports
on this and other clashes show the
rebels are using artillery.
EN ROUTE TO EXILE
British Cruiser With Carl and
Aboard Passed Gibraltar
Gibraltar, Nov. 16. (Associated
Press). Former Emperbr Charles of
Austria-Hungary, and former Em Empress
press Empress Zita are nearing their exile on
the island of Madeira. The British
cruiser Cardiff with them aboard
passed here today en route to Fun
UNABLE TO KEEP
HIS TRAINING UP
C Associated Pr?3s)
Dieppe, France, Nov. 16. Georg-es
Carpentier has asked an indefinite
postponement of his fight with George
Cook, scheduled; to take place in
London December9th. Carpentier is
reported to have broken down under
his strenuous training routine and his
physicians say he is physically unfit
INSANITY PLEA WILL
NOT SAVE ARTHUR
Tampa, Nov. 16. Arthur Gill, al
leged leader of the gang that attempt.
ed to rob a cigar factory pay roll au
tomobile of $21,000 Sept. 4th, was de declared
clared declared sane by a lunacy commission
today. The trial of Gill and two
otherse was postponed until Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. LIBERTY FOR GARDNER
LASTED NOT LONG
Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 16. The ban bandit
dit bandit captured here last night at the
Santa Fe station efter an attempt to
rob a mail car, wa3 identified by
finger prints today as Roy Gardner,
who recently escaped from the fed federal
eral federal penitentiary on McNeil's Inland.
The police said he admitted hi3 iden identity.
tity. identity. HE ALWAYS HAD A
WAY WITH THE LADIES
Philadelphia, Nov. 16. Gen. Persh
ing on being introduced to Mrs. Ame Amelia
lia Amelia Emma McCudden, British war
mother, at a banquet to Marshal Foch
last night, complimented Mrs. Mc
Cudden on her visit to America, and
Electra, Nov. 15. Our little com
munity was saddened Sunday moniing
when the people learned of the death
of Aunt Georgia Sellers, 'Saturday
night. The remains were taken to
the Electra cemetery, where the fun
eral service was held Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Mr. Charles Williams, Miss Dixie
Pillans and Mis3 Ella Armstrong
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
J. C Pillans.
3Ir. and Mrs. A. B. Mock took a
flying trip in their new car to Titus Titus-ville
ville Titus-ville last week, visiting friends.
Mr. Claude Lippmcott, who has
been in Nebraska for the past two
years, has returned. His friends are
glad to welcome him Lack again.
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 10 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 210 N. Main street. tf
Smoke Don Key. mat good cigar.
Call phone iU3 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
Smoke Don Rey. That good c:ar.
Here's your opportunity to furr.'
your entire home. Until January 1
we will sell any item in our store t
greatly reduced prices for f,-;i.
Theus Brothers. Phone 10. 15-t1
This is a t-tudebaker
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Legal advertisement at legal rates.
The rjnellas special makes its first
ma for die season today.
Everybody wonders who Will Tay Tay-'
' Tay-' lor will nominate for alderman at
large.' ' ;
' : The Florida Federation of Woman's
1 Clubs is holding its biennial conven
tion in Gainesville.
We can't understand why so much
newspaper space is given Lena Clarke,
The murder she is accused of com
J l iaitting was nothing extra in the
..v Headline in an exchange says "Sen.
"stor Pittman Burned in a Blaze.
. .. Now, if the senator had been burned
- to a shower bath, what a scarehead
. it would have made.
- Tb Orlando Reporter-Star is pub
lils&ing the life of Lena Clarke from
all reports it ought to be interesting
reading. Sanford Herald.
Interesting to Lena.
penses of our government for this
year, outside those of the war and
navy departments, interest on the
national debt and reduction of the
principal, pensions, etc, are lesa than
$350,000,000? Yet you will see jour journalists
nalists journalists who should carry more infor information
mation information than that in the lobes of then then-ears
ears then-ears gravely accepting and comment
ing on such silly statements.
President Harding in a proclama
tion signed at 3:52 p. m. Monday, de declared
clared declared the state of war between the
Jnited States and Germany, existing
from Aprsl 6, 1917, to have terminat terminated
ed terminated in fact, July 2, 1921, when the
joint peace resolution of Congress
was approved by the executive. Is
suance of the proclamation, which
followed exchange of ratifications of
the treaty of Berlin, effected Armis
tice Day in the German capital, was
considered the first of a series of
three steps which when completed
will return he United States to a
complete peace status. The second
step probably will be the promulga
tion of a proclamation declaring .the
war with Austria to have ended and
the third the issuance of a similar
proclamation with respect to Hun
gary. -Until the third and final step
is taken the purposes of the formal
proclamations will not be achieved in
the opinion of officials. These purposes
are stated to be to put an end with without
out without doubt to certain war laws unaf unaffected
fected unaffected by the congressional resolution
of repeal approved last March. 3rd.
Notable among these war time laws
are sections of the espionage act, the
liberty bond act and trading with the
enemy act. Portions of the last nam
ed statute are preserved, however,
through the treaty. Disposition of
the cases of Eugene V. Debs fcnd
others convicted of violation of war
laws likewise will await the third and
For over three years, the republi
cans have declared that Wilson would
not let General Wood go to France
because he feared him as a presiden presidential
tial presidential possibility. Now comes Joseph
Tumulty, who was Wilson's private
secretary, and says the reason why
Wood did not cross the ocean during
the war was because Pershing did not
call for him. Pershing was- com
mander-in-chief in France, and the
president strictly regarded his wishes.
Mr. Wilson himself has never paid any
attention to the "charge.
MR. McIVER'S PLATFORM
To the, Citizens of Ocala:
Many of you have signed and pre presented
sented presented to me a petition, requesting
me to become a candidate to succeed
myself as a member of the Ocala city
council. Many of you have ureed me
to accept the honor and again allow
by name to go before the voters at
the next city election. Assuring you
that I appreciate the coiddence yoa
are showing in me by asking me to
again serve the city and particularly
at a time when the city needs a very
careful business administration of its
affairs, I have decided to become a
I have expressed myself to many
of you upon the questions which I
consider of vital importance to Ocala
and its tax payers, but that you may
all know my position I hare concluded
to address this open letter to the citi citizens
zens citizens of Ocala through the columns of
I am in favor of the present char charter,
ter, charter, and, if you elect me a member of
the council, I pledge myself to exert
my influence to the thorough carry
ing out of its provisions and particu particularly
larly particularly the employment of a city manager.
I shall oppose any makeshift, tem
porary improvement of the streets of
the city, but shall favor a perma
nent system of improved streets.
I shall endeavor to' safeguard the
interest of the citizens in the matter
of the raising and expenditure of
taxes, the enforcement of all ordi
nances, and shall favor every meas measure
ure measure that will aid towards the moral
and industrial upbuilding of Ocala.
Assuring you that I will appreciate
your support, I am,
Very respectfully yours,
D. E. Mclver.
WANTED To buy at once from
owner, a farm. Must be a bargain
for cash. G. W. McGowan, Ruskin,
FOR SALE Florida Surehead cab
bage and Big Boston lettuce plants,
25 cents per hundred, $2 per thou thousand,
sand, thousand, f. o. b. Ocala. C. H. Cooner,
746 Wyomina stret, phone 389,
Ocala, Fla. 16-tf
v Since Professor Chamberlain has
declared the earth to be a solid mass,
"Where is hell located? Clearwater
Bun. : :V5.'"
' All over it. Ask a hard one.
ff J. BV says we must educate the
i. heart. Perhaps that's what he's'try he's'try-?
? he's'try-? ing to do when be asks Miami to re reduce
duce reduce his taxes St. Petersburg Times.
Few love a dollar better than W. J.
The Palm Beach Post says not even
one sinner in its town wanted to see
. fits copy of the Congressional Record
i. containing Blanton's extension of re-marks.
Maybe they didn't know you
'fcad it, Conkling; eh, what?
In figuring on an invasion of the
! Philippines by Jstpan, the Filipinos
' should be taken into the calculation.
They are training for an. independent
republic and are not likely to appre appreciate
ciate appreciate being annexed to an empire. J
We would pay more attention to
what Wells, Simmons, Hill, Law Law-.rence
.rence Law-.rence and the other experts write
& about the arms conference if that
,: proposition of Secretary ; Hughes
r t hadnt been so utterly unexpected to
We see going the rounds of- the
press a quarter-page cartoon, to which
is coupled the statement that 93 per
cent of our government expenses go
' to paying ior past and future wars
j-Xt& only "seven per cent to present
- & V ernment. We wonder how any any-:i
:i any-:i fbody in the United States can be such
-jjL fool s to make that statement. The
1 revenues otf tfce United States for this
- v scI year wilt i between four and
r billion dolors, of which seven
-i ?'pr ent: would be fre 80 to 350
j&iakms. Now, is anybody 'ignorant
: .. enough to suppose that ail the
TH UShOT TVAE NAv GOT
CMAiRS M cows K powroes
Mrs." George Jay Gould, wife of .the
capitalist, dropped dead Sunday while
playing golf with her husband on
the private links at their country
home near Lakewood, N J. As Edith
Kingdon, the actrees,. she thrilled
many audiences before she married
George Gould. Sept. 24, -1886 ; since
which time she had prosaically stead
ily acted the role of a good Ameri
The Jacksonville Metropolis r gives
the reason as follows: "Democratic
newspapers, including the Metropolis,
made a lot of the fact that Marion,
Ohio, President Harding's home town,
elected a democrat mayor. But on
second thought, we remember all the
Marion republicans re now residing
The disarmament conference evi evidently
dently evidently is making progress. Brother
Benjamin, of the Ocala Star, hasn't
commented sarcastically on one of
our paragraphs for a whole week. week.-Jacksonville
Jacksonville week.-Jacksonville Metropolis.
You've been extra good.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
-Fitzhueh Lee Camp No. II. United
Spanish War Veterans,, meets the
third Friday cf each month at armory,
at 7:30 o clock p. m.
W. ,T; Gary, Commander.
W. A. Knight, Adjutant.
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
I. R. L. Anderson Jr.. mayor of the
city of Ocala, do hereby proclaim and
call a general election to be held in
and for the city of Ocala on Tuesday,
tne lotn day of December, A. D. 1921.
The offices and vacancies to be fill
ed at said election are as follows:
'(1) councilman at large.
(1) councilman from first ward.
(1) councilman from third ward.
'That" the following mimed persons
are 'elected as inspectors and clerks
for said election:
For ballot box marked. "A" to "V:
Inspectors: O. B. Howse, W. A.
Knight, H. H. Whetstone; clerk, F. W.
For ballot box marked to HZ"s
Inspectors: E. DeCamp, W. A. Jeff
coat, J. H. Smith: clerk. L. T. Izlar.
This the 15th day of November, A.
D. 1921. R. Ix And arson Jr.,
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju-
dicial Circuit of Florida, in and
-for Marion County, in Chancery.
John P. Brinson, Complainant, vs.
; Annie Arpie Brinson, Defendant.
" Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Annie Arpie
Brinson, be and is hereby required to
appear to the bill of complaint filed
in this cause on or before.
Monday .the 2nd day of January. 1922
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
This 15th day of November, 1921.
Seal) T. D. Lancaster Jr.,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By R. K. Batts," D. C.
W. E. Smith,
Complainant' SoUict&r, U-16-wed
awaaaawwaai aj "WlP-'ry
Dr. F.- E. McClane is now located
;i Commercial Bank-building." .'Of3:e
phone 211 two rings; residence
phone 151. 15-tf
Test our delivery service when you
ant FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. tf
FLORIDA COUNTY FAIRS
Jackaen County Fair, Mari-
anna, November 4 to 19. ..
Leon County Fai?,' T??ha-
see, November 22 to .
Alachua County Fair, Gaine
ville; November 8 to 11.
Suwannee County Fair, Live
Oak, November 8 to 12.
,"' Orange County Fair, Orlan-
do, February 14 to 19.
Bradford County Fair, Lake
Butler, November 1 to 5.
St. Lucie County Fair, Vero,
January 24 to 27.
Madison County Fair, Madi-
aon, October 26 to 29.
" Marion County Fair, Ocala,.
November 22 to 26.
, South Florida Fair, Tamp.
February 9 to 11.
. Florida State Fair, J&cksoa-
ville, November 12 to 19.
Jefferson County Fair, Mon-
' ticello, November 4 to 5.
Taylor County Fair, Perry,
' November 1 to 5.
Columbia County Fair, Lake
City, November 1 to 5.
Georgia-Florida Fair, Val-
dosta, Ga., October 31 to No-
. a a a
At meeting of the city council held
on the 18th day of October, 1921, the
registration books of the city of
Ocala were revised and tne loiiowing
names ordered stricken therefrom:
Jake Brown, R. P. 'SVhitehead.
A E. Birrnett. R. L. Bridges, Geo
G. Chambers, W- C. Charles, J. T
Cohen, L. Pozier, G- W Easterling,
J.-T. Jones. L. E. Lane, Samuel E
Leigh, G. Q. Maynard, Stella M-iynr
ard, tcobert Marsn. j.. u. cuasKui
Carrie McCaskill. Joe Needham, Wm
M. Richardson, E. M. Williams, H. C,
Williams. A. E- WaJWey.
J. W. Branch, H. C. Bilbro, O. L
Crooks, David Gamble, S. M. Uxbba
C. P. Howell, V. L. Hastings, J. M
Martin, B. A. Mallonr, A. L. Pettis
Robert J. Palmer, Jorin Kobmson.
W. F. Adams, July Brown, James
W. Griffin.-B. F. Garrett, A. J. Lav
encood. E.-A. Mobley, M. H. Temple
November 29th, 1921, .7:30 o'clock
p. m., was fixed by the council as
date to hear complaints for the res restoration
toration restoration of names erroneously strick stricken.
en. stricken. H. C. Sistrunk,
10-26-5t-wed City Clerk.
FOURTEENTH ANNUAL. U
'OR SALE One and a half ton
Maxwel ltruck, good running condi condition,
tion, condition, cheap for cash if taken quick.
- Party leaving town. Apply Will Williams'
iams' Williams' garage. 16-6t
OST Sunday on Leesburg-Ocala
road south of Lake Weir, black
leather suitcase. Contents of value
to owner only. Liberal reward for
return to Ocala Star office. 15-6t
FOR SALE Nice little farm consist
ing of 13 acres of land, all fenced;
nice four-room house; located five
miles from Ocala on Anthony road.
Will sell at a bargain. For terms
see H. S. Camp at U-Serve Store
No. 2. 15-12t
FOR RENT Clean, nice rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply at No.
212 Orange avenue. 15-tf
FOR SALE Just received a carload
of cedar posts, large and small.
Apply to Ray & Thomson yard, old
Converse lot at A. C. L. depot. 15-tf
HOBART MIXER Every restaurant,
boarding house and drug store
should have a three-quart Hobart
mixer. Hobart Mfg. Co., P. O. Box
880, Jacksonville, Fla. 14-3t
LOST On road near Ocala, 33 .x 4
Goodyear tire on Buick metal rim.
Finder please return to the Bukk
SHOE REPAIRING Why discard
. your old shoes when a small amount
of repairs will make them as good
as new for all practical purposes?
. Work neatly executed on short no
tice. Only best material used. A.
B. Halsell, 12 West Ft. King Ave
MULES Ten pair four year old
matched mules, will weigh 1100
pounds when grown; sound; price
three hundred and fifty to four hun
dred and fifty a pair. Anthony
Farms, Anthony, Fla. 28-tf
FOR SALFj Home of seven rooms,
pantry and bath room in fine loca location.
tion. location. All modern conveniences. Ga Garage
rage Garage for two cars. Terms if desired
For further information call at
Needham Bros', store opposite Har
rington Hall hotel. 30-tf
I Ocala, November 22,23,24,25
BAXTER TRANSFER CO. When in
need of any kind of hauling, give
- us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable, phone 169 and
$100 REWARD WiU pay ?100 re
ward for the arrest of party and
return of goods stolen from my
place of business on Monday night.
Jerry Burnett, the tailor, corner Ft.
King and S. Magnolia St. 4-tf
FOR RENT Five room apartment.
Apply to Jerry Burnett, Cor. Fort
King and S. Magnolia, phone 73. tf
FOR SALE One complete box of
cabinet maker's tools. Will be sold
at a bargain. Apply to Walter
Wells, 24 Henry St., Qcala. 10-6t
WANTED Position in office, Can use
typewriter and take shorthand. Can
also assist in bookkeeping. Accurate
with figures. Can furnish good ref references.
erences. references. Reasonable salary requir required.
ed. required. Address P. O. Box 88, Ocala,
FOR RENT One bed room furnish furnished.
ed. furnished. One block off Fort King, four
. blocks from Harrington Hall; Phone
543X pr call at 215 Tuscawilla St.,
FOR SALE Two good pianos, one
nearly new incubator, one Rhode
Island cockerel, one White Wyan Wyandotte
dotte Wyandotte eockerel. Come and see them.
J. E. Franpton, 1109 E. 5th St.,
phone 501, Ocala, Fla- J2-6t
Colder weather, the
Fair and Christmas are
coming, and you will
need that New Suit,
Overcoat, and extra
We tailor thern to fit
and fit to wear.
-J25.aa Street i
Thompson BmlSng Up Stain
START One of our candy factories
at home, or small room anywhere.
We furnish everything. Experience
unnecessary. Big pay. Men, women.
Frederick Kurn, 514 Walnut street,
Philadelphia, Pa. 12-6t
A SAFE TEST
For those who are in need of a
cmedv for kidney troubles and back
ache, it is a god plan to try Doan's
Kidney Pills. They are strongly rec rec-pmmended
pmmended rec-pmmended by Ocala people. Ask your
Mrs." Ollie Mordis, 228 Franklin
St., Qcala, says: "I had been suffer suffering
ing suffering intense, pains in my kidneys.
There was hardly a day passed but
what a dragging pain would settle
across my kidneys and my limbs
would also hurt me. My kidneys were
weak and there were other distress distressing
ing distressing kidney disordeis. The different!
medicines 1 took didn t help me and
when a friend told me to try Doan'a
Kidney Pills, I did. After taking this
medicine the ailments soon disappear
ed and since then, I have taken
Dean's at the first symptom of each
trouble and have been quickly benefit
Price 60c. at" all dealers. Pont
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan s Kidney Puis -the same tiiai
Mrs. Ifoi-ms had. Fos'er-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs.. Buffalo, tf. Y. Adv. 4
Overland 83, five passenger; good
tires, top and upholstering,' $250.
Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.,
phone 8, city. 15-tf
Joliiiiiy J. Jones Exposition Sltows I
Will furnish the mid-way attractions
SPECIAL RATES 01. THE RAILROAD.
OCALA IS ON THE DIXIE HIGHWAY :
REMEMBER THE DATE
THANKSGIVING WEEK I
ELLIOT SHOULD MAKE GOOD
Pacific Coast Star Looked Lika
Million Dollar Whlls Playing
Carter Elliott looked like a million
dollars playing winter ball in Cali California
fornia California last winter and was recom recom-mepded
mepded recom-mepded o major league scouts, but it
was discovered p ws fed up "with
Seattle. Then last spring the Seattle
dub sept him to Yakima and it was
concluded he would not have been let
out If fte had been more than a
flash. However, In the P. I. league
this season he showed that Seattle
had made a mistake, for he has hit
around .360, is one of the league's
best base runners, and has been some something
thing something of a sensation as a fielder. He
may not come through for the Chicago,
Cubs, but he will If there Is anything
TEE' PEERLESS TIRE
6000 miles guaranteed
30x3 nonskid $ 9.00
30x3 nonskid ....$12.00
We. Specialize on
Ford and Chevrolet
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
COACHP8 FROM TOWER.
A portable tower twenty; feet
high is being used by Poster
Sanford In coaching the Rutgers
football squad. It has four
large lren wheels and a shaft en enabling
abling enabling It to be pulled anywhere
on the field. Sanford had It
erected so that he could see the
entire squad of fifty players. at
work and direct the assistant
coaches In charge of various
parts of the squad.
Jas. En cesser, Prop.
Day Phone 258 . Night Phone 533
ADAMS & MORRISON GARAGE
Magnctoes Recharged Cars Washed and Polished
Repair Work, Accessories, Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave.and Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida
A dearer; to many yTL .tI
f than a cup full of Sy,tJf T W ."s
li 1 ' 1 il I A I II I I I i n I i 1 1 t I IV I
i i 1 U k i r 'I i 11 I I 1 I I i i i :
5 i r, r --jx-$s.. in j rri
I'H X-rXs l r l-(i
- 1 lmmmmmmmmmmmmmm aaaanaawa .niirninn i.nmn. mmm mmmm
. OCALA EVENING STAB, WEpjJiSDAT. KOVtMBER 16, 1921
GOOD THIKGS TO EAT
t Glace Assorted Fruit
Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel
Holland Herring all Milchnera
Johnson's Baby Educator Rings
Full Cream New York Cheese,
kind witli a snap to it
Sap Sago Cheese
NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
. ZL TEAPOT
PHONES 16 AND 174
J. ALLEN DUHH
! y .t i i
V h i
a N I CI LA M Li If
You Get a Run
(or year money at car
Plant. We are het after
year trade, and will sure surely
ly surely make it oi interest to
yea to deal with ns.
WE Insure a Long Ren for
Qcala Pous2 Block
Geo. lacKay & Co I
OA UP WARE
HIGH HADE PAINT
A. G. PAPPAS, Prop
IF ypu have an old pair pf shoes that
- you think you cannot; use,
And have decided to throw them away,
Kindly give US one trial well fix
' them up In style
And you can have them for the next
For you Soles' Sake
Our work its Walk About
Others' work Is Talk
. OCALA, FLOIDA
encouragement to the men as she
waited on them. And also a source
of undisguised admiration, all of which
she shed as a dork sheds water.
Ralney gained an Increasing respeel
In her prowess, and a swift conversion
to the equality of the sexes. Ther
were times when he doubted bis owd
equality. Had she met him on his
own ground, in his own realm of what
he considered vaguely as culture, ht
would have known mastery that hf
now lacked. As It was, she averaged
higher, and she had an attraction oi
sex that was compelling.
- Here was a girl who would demand
certain standards In the man wit
whom she would mate, not merely ac accompany
company accompany through life. There were
times when Ralney felt Irreststlblj
the charm of "her as a woman, longe?
for her in the powerful sex reaction?
that Inevitably follow hard labor. Then
were times when he felt that she dtf
not consider that be measured up tc
her guages. and he would strive U
change the atmosphere, to domlnatt
.the situation In which Lund was tht
greater figure of the two men.
Lund was centered on one achieve
ment, the gold harvest. He ordered
the girl with the rest; there were ever
times when he reprimanded her, whil
Ralney burned with the resentmenl
Rhe apparently did not share.
A little before dawn on the eight
eenth day of the work up th
beach, Lund was out upon the floe ex examining
amining examining the condition of the Ice. H
had declared that two days more ol
hard endeavor would complete theli
labors. What dirt remained at thf
end of that time they would transship
Ralney had Joined the girt and Tamad?
at the cook fires.
The sky was bright with the auror
borealis that would pale before the
sun. The men were not yet out ol
their bunks. They were bone anc"
muscle tired, and Ralney doubted
whether Lund, gaunt and lean himself
could get two days of top work oaJ
of them. Near the fires for the cook
Ing, the melting of water and the forge,
that were kept glowing all night, the
tools were stacked to help preserve
The aurora quivered in varying in
candescence as Ralney watched Lund
NOTICE OP APPLICATION TO
A31ED THE CHARTER OP FLOR FLORIDA
IDA FLORIDA rarrr company, formerly
THE LAKE BRTATT FRUIT GROW GROWERS
ERS GROWERS COMPANY.
NOTICE IS HEREBY elven that at
he meeting: of the stockholders of
Florida fruit Company, formerly The
Lake Bryant Fruit Growers Conmajiv.
held on the 17th day of October. 1921.
was 'proposed by a vote of all the
stock of the corporation to alter and
amend the charter of the said corpora corporation
tion corporation in the particulars set forth in a
certain resolution unanimously adopt adopted
ed adopted at said meeting, which resolution
reads as follows:
WHEREAS, It is to the oeat In Interest
terest Interest of this corporation and Its
stockholders that its charter be
THEREFORE. Be It Resolved
by the stockholders of Florida
Fruit Company, formerly The Lake
Bryant Fruit Growers Company,
that the charter of said corporation
t CHAPTER XII.
From the day following the arrival
and departure of the Japanese gun gunboat,
boat, gunboat, they, attacked the little U-shaped
beach that lay between two buttresses
of the .volcano and sloped sharply
down to the pea." Twenty-one men, a
lad and a- woman, they went at the
despoiling of it with a sort of obses obsession,
sion, obsession, led, rather than driven, by Lund,
who worked among the rest of them
like a Hercules.
The men's fancy estimate of a mil mil-lien
lien mil-lien dollars began speedily to seem
small as the work progressed, system systematically
atically systematically stripping the rocky floor of all
Its shingle, foot by foot, and cubic
vard by cubic yard, cradling it in
crude" rockers, fluming it, vaporizing
the amalgam of gold and mercury,
and adding pound after pound of
virgin gold to the sacks In the schoon schooner's
er's schooner's strong room.
They worked at first In alternating
shifts of four hours, by day and night,
under the sun, the moon, the stars and
the flaming aurora. The crust was
drifted here and there where it had
frozen into conglomerate, and explod exploded
ed exploded by dynamite, carefully placed so as
not to dislodge the masses of Ice that
overhung the schooner. Fires to
thaw out the ground were unavailable
for sheer lack of fuel; there was no
driftwood between these f orestless
shores. What fuel could be spared
was conserved for use under the boll.j prodding at the floe Ice with a steel
era that melted ice to provide water bar. The tlrl was busy with the
be amended as follows:
That Article I be amended so as to I :,.." it A" ,ls Au" Tr v,"ue
read I Jlun uru utiiueaui, otiure any
FLORIDA FRUIT COMPANY. Its Di-in-I snare In the profits or the assets of the'
cipai piace or tmsrness shall be in the I corporation man as aoove provided.
city of Tampa, Hillsborough county. lTne dividends upon the first preferred
Florida, tout it may establish such I stock shall be cumulative, so that If
branch offices and other places of bus-I the corporation shall fall to declare
iness within or without the state oflana Vy any nrst preferred dividend,
Florida as the board of directors may such dividend shall thereafter be de de-from
from de-from time to time determine. jclared and paid before any dividends
Tii at Article II be amended so as to I shall Oe paid upon the second preferred
read: I stock of upon the common stock. The
ARTICLE IL J first dividend on the first preferred
Raiu I stock shall be payable January 1st.
.x ne general nature oi tne Dusmess or-
businesses to be transacted ,by this
for the cradles and flumes, and help
to cook, the meals that Tamada pre
pared out-of-doors for the workers.
Buckets of coffee, stews, and thick
soups of peas and lentils, masses of
beans with plenty of fat pork, these
VirXaaySafffrsd .Willi Aciei
tsi Pains Until Metier Began
Gvtwz Her Cardui.
Dublin, Va. Miss Mary Alice
Hughett residing oa Rocto 2, near
here, recently told a visitor of her
Interesting experience with CarduL
. Mi&a Hughett said: "1 had been suf
fering for some time with painful
I was pale,, didn't feel like going.
Would just drag around, and couldn't
rest to. do any good. I would suuei
once a raotlli with my beck, sides
." aad head. My limbs would acts ani
" I dldnt kno w what to do. but 1 knew
I mubt do something, tor I didn't get
well by lotting it ra. on.
ify motbiaF i & Udiever la Cardui.
for &d saw what it did far others a
well as herself, so she be&an giving
it to me.
"It wasn't ; long before I saw c
change. It was just what 1 needed.
It resulated me. I began to eat k
sleep, and the pain stopped.
"C&rdui ils without doubt tie bes.
female tonic made, and I am glad i
can recommend it to others."
If suffering with symptoms sucl a'
Mfas Hughett mentions,- pr. other ail
trients'peetiLliar to women, why not be
gin Cardui at once? Its merit la well
esiaUished by successful use for more
- than 40 years. .,
-r dirt's, sell it l'Sm
were what they craved after hours of
tremendous endeavor. Despite the
cold,- they sweated profusely at their
tasks stripping off over-garments as as-they
they as-they picked and shoveled or crow-
barred out the rich gravel.
Through all of it Lund was supreme
as working superintendent. There was
no job that he could not, did not, handle
better than any two of them, and
though Ralney could see a shrinkage,
or a compression, of his bulk, as day
by day he called upon it for heroic
service, he never seemed to tire. MGdt
to keep 'em at it," he would say in the
cabin. "No time to lose, an the odds
all against us, In a way. Barring
Luck. That's what we got to count
on, but we don't want them thlnkln'
that. If the weather don't break an
break Jest right as soon as we've
cleaned up, we're stung. Though Til
blast a. way out of this shore ice, If
it comes to the worst. "v I saved, "out
some dynamite on purpose."
Witi Lund, handling fdi of the
men as a unit, t was UOt long, before
tjie shovels began ta acrape on the
bare rock that underlay the gravel at
tide edge, and work swiftly back to
the end of the U. The outdoors
kitchen had been established on top of
the promontory between the 'schooner
and the beach, a primitive arrange arrangement
ment arrangement : of Jrtfc, pots slung .from tripods
over fires kindled on a flat area that
was partly sheltered from the sea and
the prevailing winds Jby outcrops of
weathered lava. ;
At dawn the men-trooped, from, the
schooner to be fed and warmed, and"
then they flung hemseiyps at their
tjisir. The more they got out the
more there was In it for them. But
Lund was their overlord, their better,
and they knew it Only Demlng
worked with one hand the" handle of
the force bellows, or fed the fires, and
On the fifteenth day, with the work
better than half done, with more than
a ton of actual gold In colors, that
ranged from flour dust to nuggets,' in
the strong-room, the weather began to
change. It misted continually, and
Lund, rejoicing, prophesied the break
ing up of the cold snap. :
' By the eighteenth ' day ; regular
phifltook was blowing, melting the
sharper outlines of the icy crsgs and
plpnacJes., apd providing" streams of
moisture that. In the nights now grad gradually
ually gradually growing longer, glazedj every yard
of rock with peril.
The men worked in a tuuck with
their rubber sea-boots wrn out by
constant chafing, sweaters torn, the
blades of their shovels reduced by the
work demanded of them the drills,
shortened by steady sharpening, gone
like the spare flesh .of the laborers,
who, at last, began to show signs of
quicker and quicker exhaustion with
occasional mutterings of discontent,
while Lund,' Intent upon cleaning off
the rock as a dentist cleans, a
crumbling tooth, coaxed and cursed.
blamed and praised and -bullied, and
did the actual work of three of them.
Dead with fatigue. filled with food,
drowsy from the libera! grog allow allowance
ance allowance at the end of the day, the men
slept In a torpor every' night and
showed less Inclination to respond,
though the end of their laprs'wta at
most in sighf, '
' What's the use, we got enough."
was the comment beginning to be
heard more and more frequently.
"Lund, he's got more'n he can spend
In a lifetime r
, Ralney could not trace these mut mutterings
terings mutterings to Demings Instigation, but
he suspected the hunter. There wa
no poker ; all hands were toq tlre,dj fo.f
As for Peggy Stmms, she did not loss
tbe polish of her culture, she was al always
ways always feminine, even dainty at times,
despite her work, that could not"hela
byt be coarse to a certain extent. Shs
was full of vigor, she showed unex unexpected
pected unexpected strength, she was a source of
coffee, and Tamada was compounding
two pots of stew and bubbling peas
pudding for the breakfast, food for
heat, ana muscle mating.
Sandy appeared on deck and came
swiftly over the side of the vessel and
up the worn trail to the fires. He
showed excitement. Ralney fancied.
sure of it as the lad got within speak
"Where Is Mr. Lundr he panted.
Ralney pointed to Lund, now ex
amlning a crack that had opened up
In the floe, a possible line of exit for
the Karluk. later on. The men were
beginning to show on the schooner,
They, too, he noted somewhat idly,
acted differently this morning. Usually
they were sluggish until they had
eaten, sleepy and Indifferent until the
coffee stimulated them, and Lund took
up this stimulus and fanned It to a
flame of work. This morning they
walked differently, abnormally active,
"They're drunk, an they're goin on
cumulative convertible non-participating
(o.) Three Thousand Shares of
Second Preferred six per cent,
cumulative convertible participat participating
ing participating stock; and
tc) Ten Tnousand Shares of
The first preferred stock shall be en entitled
titled entitled to dividends out of the net fro fronts
nts fronts or surplus of the corporation at the
rate of eight (s) per cent per annum.
andno more, payable semi-annually on
the first days of January and July la
each year, or as otherwise determined
and declared by the board of directors,
before any dividends shall oe- paid on
the second preferred stock or on the
common stock: any first preferred
stock issued between dividend dates,
and any moneys or property received
prior to the first or any other dividend
date for .which- first preferred stock: is
to be issued, shall be entitled at the
next dividend date to a proportionate
dividend; and in the event of liquida liquidation,
tion, liquidation, the first preferred stock shall toe
entitled to payment out of the assets
of the corporation at its full par -value
'm mm Place Bulaesa
The name of this corporation shall be
payment snail he made to the holders
of the second preferred stock or of the
common stock. Tbe first preferred
stock shall not receive any further
corporation and the objects and pur
poses proposed to be transacted, pro promoted
moted promoted or carried on by it are:
(a.) To own. lease, acquire, hold, selLj
The first preferred stock shall only
be entitled to vote upon the following following-propositions
propositions following-propositions and under the following
conditions, and not otherwise: (a) on
any proposed amendment of this char
ter; (bj on any proposed consolidation.
cultivate, plant, improve and develop I or any proposed sale, lease or exchange
farms, ranches, plantations, proves. 0f all the property and assets of this
orcnarus. nursery, Kruens, mines corporation as an entirety including
A ; y v"vcrijr.itts good will and corporate franchises;
and all rights, interests and easements
Co.) To produce, auy. sell, contract
(c) on any proposed retirement of anv
I outstanding second preferred stock:
(d) on any proposed dissolution of this
for the production of. trade and deal I corporation; and no such amendment.
In all kinds of fruits, plants, seeds.
vegetables, nuts, grains, live stock and
consolidation, sale, lease or exchange
or retirement or dissolution shall 'be
food stuffs, and in any animal, imlneral (authorized, made or accepted without
or vegetable products or manufactures. I tne ainrmative vote or two-thirds of
at wholesale or retail, on commission I all the outstanding first preferred
or otherwise; I stock m favor thereof; andle) when-
(c.) To carry on the businesses of evf.r this corporation shall fail to pay
farmers, gardeners, planters, miners, iuii iviaenaa on me nrst preierrea
quarrymen, manufacturers and fisher-1 stock and uch failure shall continue
men, and all (business incidental or ap- l" ,Y"? J ? ""r
purtenant thereto; both for its own f!,1beheiLtU,fd.to i"11 eQUV YOm
account and for any person or con- in Power. share for share with all
cern. and to procure the carrying on J I5
thereof under any contract, in anyi. ,i
form, and upon any lands and at any
(d.) To acquire, receive and hold
any grants, concessions, privileges.
licenses or other rights irom any na nation,
tion, nation, state, municipality or other pub public
lic public or private authority, and to dis
pose thereof or to grant rights or li
(e.) To own. 'build, lease.
The corporation, at its option, may
retire in whole or in part any out
standing first preferred stock after
thirty (30") days- notice mailed to the
stockholders last known address, at
any time and in any manner and in any
amount, as may, from time to time, be
determined by the board of directors,
at t'hA rtflf TUliia rharAf wua All ait.
ivuue, jcrued dividends thereon plus & pre-
maintaln and one rate cold and warm I
storage and other warehouses, pack-i9j7 ot one wr cent. of the par value
Ing houses and manufacturing Plants. I thereof for each year or fraction of a
whether for itself or for others; to
make advances on goods and merchan merchandise,
dise, merchandise, to Issue storage receipts negotia
ble or otherwise, and to ao any otner
or necessary thing in connection there
(f.) To produce, manufacture, aeai
year between the date of euoh retire retirement
ment retirement and January. 1st, 1927; 'all such
first preferred stock retired shall
forthwith be cancelled and shall then
have the status of authorized but un
issued first preferred stock.
Payments to holders or nrst pre-
in and distribute 1ce, water, electricity I erred stock of dividends or in redemp redemp-and
and redemp-and other commodities and utilities; toi)n liquidation, dissolution or wind-
conduct all business pertaining there- UPt 6hall be made free from taxes
to: (other than Income taxes in excess of
(g.)To purchase, own lease, ac- the normal tax (now 2 per cent) which
quire, hold, operate and control timber the corporation may. under any law of
and timber lands, saw and crate mills; the United States or ot any state, coun council.)
cil.) council.) To manufacture, sell and deal y. or municipality therein, legally as as-in
in as-in lumber, containers and all products "ule aiiy" ,tvvV fto
from wood or ftbrs- The seeni preferred stock, arter
rrom wood or nors, payment of all current and accrued
(I.) To acquire, lease, construct dividends on the first -preferred etook.
own .operate and maintain (but not as ehall then t)e entitled to dividends out
a common carrier) tramways, rail- hj r.tr.inim. n.t nmnt o-r tnrnhu
roads, wharves, piers, docks, works. I of the corporation at the rata of aix
ships and other equipment, and trans-lcer cent. (6 -oer cent.) "Der annum, and
no more, payable semi-annually on the
first days of January and July in each
year, or as otherwise determined ana
declared by the board of directors, be
fore any dividends shall be paid upon
the common stoca; any second pre preferred
ferred preferred stock issued between dividend
dates, and any moneys, property or
services, received prior to the first or
any other dividend date, lor wnicn see-
portation and transmission lines.
the carrying on of any business;
(J.) To acquire, hold, use. lease,
buy. sell and deal in patents, copy copyrights,
rights, copyrights, trademarks and trade-names,
franchises and privileges of every
(k.) To produce, manufacture and
deal in fertilizers and materials, plant
foods, s-nrays and insecticides, farm.
orchard, .grove and other machinery. J ond VTeeTTea stock is issued, shall be
toots anw ifHuiuiiisui, w cuBo, I entitled, at the next omaena aaie. 10
mining, manufacturing and mercan-ja proportionate dividend. The second
tile businesses to further these objects; 1 fpr(!d tocv fter varment ot divi-
(1.) To acquire the good will, rights 5 th flPS preferred and i
and property, and to undertake tne econd preferred stocks, as hereinbe-
whole or any part oi tne assets a-iiu i frir, mvM,. ariA aftr navment to the
liabilities, of any nerson or concern, I nt itMin Af ten Tier I
ana to pay ior ine a.uie hi t5u,oiu.a cent in any one year, snail also par par-curities
curities par-curities or obligations of this corpora- I ri,nt oualiv with the common etock
tion or otherwise; .... . I n anv additional or increased dividend
(m.) To acquire, build, lease, let, i ,a tne iatterUT to, but not in excess
own, buy. sell, maintain ana operate. -f loup er cent. additional for that
, IV. a J I w n n 1 Tr , I Tl CF"
no tela. 'uuftfuiuK uuudcb, -uncume,
houses, land developments and other
properties and equipment appurtenant
(n.) To acquire by any manner ana
to hold for any purpose, and to use.
sell. assign, transfer, mortgage.
pledge, or in any way dispose oi or
deal with stocks, bonds, Dii-garions
In the event of liquidation and after
payment of first preferred stock as
aforesaid, the second preferred stock
ahall then be entitled to payment, out
of the remaining assets oi tne corpora
tion. of its full par value pius au ac-
orued dividends theTeon. before any
ueai inm ivn,, wi. eavment to the holders of common
or securities of every description; to ?aymenV tn 2iaeiTB f-rred stock
shall not receive any farther share in
mersre or consolidate with any concern
or corporation; to aia in any w.tuiiiKi r- -Jlmim fh 9eta of the coroora coroora-any
any coroora-any concern or corporation which this the fronts or ffiffim
corporation deems it advantageous to "o? n '. second Preferred stock
assist; to do. .any other act or ;thi f J' t!" ?hat if Tne c-
for the benefit or tnia corporanon rl""tl" Vhaii fail to declare any sec sec-its
its sec-its securities or designed therefor, and. Po Slend. Jucn dividend
while owning or nommg any siock, i ar nA mn.id
bonds or other securities or obligations ""f-Yl ,,,,11 -be naid' on
mKa iitniorn rfcT rfnmnrATiOTi. I w"v
The first tHridend
L A. AatiAfi loeio
anv ft i ntr 'tiiitri ix ajl vvi uutiivui .. .
v" "-r . . m i r-ri a inmmon mnrK.
to exercise all the rignts, powers ana second preferred stock shall be
privileges of such ownership. Including I rVi.t. 1922.
all votinsr (Dowers thereon; to -guarant i t it. 1
tee the payment ot dividends upon an, ; ZV arovai of two-thirds
-t n K a nrinoHM Mill iTJiereSt ni m-r
an? bonas'Tnd oTheVligations and
a i ,-i n-n r v anv rn v rn n v t th j
me uuiuiaun ITIIr. whn1 or in mart any Or an secona
accept, purchase or otnerwise fM.d stock after tMrty (30) days
and to hold ana reissue any ouisiauu- -------- man to the etock-
ne snare or snares oi we .r in anv
stock of this corporation; .maunt and in any manner as may be
(o.) to oerrow ana iwa bh. ,,. tlmA to time by the
make and Issue notes. "ts. nas. t T lue
debentures, obligations ana eviaences aT-.rued dividends
of indebtedness of all Tiinas, wneiner It:"' rr r-
. 1 1097 yvf tvn 4lL
. r j .. invito jauuaij -., v. ---.
"Tbfr 6runlt, an They're Goin on
. r Strike, Said Sandy.
strike," said Sandy. "You know the
hig demijohn in the lazeretto?"
Ralney nodded. It was a two-
handled affair boldlng five gallons, a
reserve supply of strong rum from
which Lund dispensed the grog allow
ances and stimulations for extra work
toward the end of the shift, the night
caps and occasional rewards.
TheYva swiped It," he said. "Put
an emntv one from the hold In Its
pla'-e. We got plenty without usin'
that one for a while, an I only hap happened
pened happened to notice it this morning by
chance. They've bin drinkin' all night.
I reckon. They're ugly, Mr. Itainey,
It's the crew this time. They got the
booze. The hunters are sober. Demlng
ain't In on this. They did it on their
own, I don't know how they got It.
I didn't get it for 'em, sir. They must
have worked plumb -through the hold,
an' got to It that way."
"All right, Sandy. Thanks. Mr. Lund
can handle, them, I guess. He's eon
The men had got to the ice, hidden
from Lund, who was walking to the
Karluk on the opposite side of the
vessel. The seamen wcTe gesticulating
freely r the sound of their voices came
up to him where he stood, tinged with a
new freedom of speech, rough, con confident,
fident, confident, menacing. As they climbed the
trail their legs betrayed them and con confirmed
firmed confirmed the boy's story. Behind them
came the four hunters, with Hansen,
walking apart, watching the sailors
with a certain gravity that communi communicated
cated communicated itself despite the distance.
wise; to endorse and guarantee any cent.) of the par value thereof
and all such instruments and ohliga- J" per eT fricSon of a year be be-tirw,.
tirw,. be-tirw,. and to secure the same by mort- I ror eac" ye"ori'L anA
E"6t, F'cs" ...... Januarv 1st. 13Z7. ana on in quesuuu
to L "e' Pe",rm mfT. of such retlrernent no second preferred
e pt-i ut "- . r I stock proposed to oe retirea snan- d
ntraots of every kind and descrtp- t0t Knecond preferred stock shall
n; I forthwith be cancelleS and shall then
p.) To own. lease, operate and eon- i' gUtU8 of authorized but unis unis-ri
ri unis-ri mp-rantile establishments, both Jpavf ,-v
tmi mVr(a.ntile establiahments.
wholesale and retail, either directly or
in connection with others;
(q.) To buy. lease, acquire, bold,
own, sell, convey, mortgage and deal
in any way in real and personal prop property
erty property of every kind ana description,
(r.) To do all and everytnmg necea
Tn .MAml mreferred stock.
Payments to holders of second pre-
a .,w.v nf HrMndi or in redemp-
MmHdation. dissolution or wind
ing up, shall-be made free from taxes
(other than income taxes in excess of
. v. tar (tl nv 2 ner cent.) wnicn
the corporation may, under any law ox
h A T-Tittii Ktatea or oi ""
sary. suitabl. or proper ccomplUh unty ormuntcipaHty theriin; legally
any purpose or attain any object or d y
further any power hereinbefore set aaaeny time prior to January 1st.
forth, or to improve or protect the in- -,a, rfiTed stock or oe-
terests of this corporation, or preserve Preferred stock may. without
or enhance the value of its stock or as- ndre Exchanged for an equal
Biuouui w v-"'1"
i.ti- sithor alone or
with other concerns or individuals. "riviiege may be exercised up to. but
In general, to carry on any other Py Vhn. the date named in any
business in connection therewith and not later 1 h n,co ratlon ot its toten toten-with
with toten-with all the powers conferred by the ?tjc nv or all of any such
......... o-anAT'al pnratnritlani. M . . mi.-
atutes -upon ener' "VV tt preferred stock or stocks. The corpor corpor-The
The corpor-The olJects specified in Arte II fhM at all tlme8 hold unissued
; treasury one snare
stock. for each outstanding and
except where otherwise exprsss- f''," treasury one ehare of its com-
"lulrr. rnon utoolc for each outstanding ana
FARMERS' EXCflAWGE SI
Merchants Block Phone 163
Oca! a, Florid
ri. D1P Try Itithakzrd cheat tkzr
any end less in pries
UNEED-aS and all former
10c pkgs. Crackers...
All former 20c pkgs.
four cans for
three bars for......
Cherry Bell Flour QC
24. lb sack vl iOU
Bauer's Self Rising n rf
24 lb sack MXU
Sauers Self Rising
12 lb. sack
Walter Baker's Cocoa
' half pound tins....
One pound of
two pounds for
Senate Coffee. -1 f
three pounds for. Vllv
two cans for. ...... '.
Virginia Dare Wine,
large, per bottle
Virginia Dare Wine,
small, per bottle..:.
Reddick Peanut Butter
Evaporated Milk, C -J J A
large, per dozen. vl v
small, per dozen...
One dozen packages
Pint jars or
Pnrlna Feed far Cows, Chickens sad Horses. Free Delivery
A few weeks sgo a news newspaper
paper newspaper man visited one of
the wholesale markets of
Swift & Company. He
wanted to see a retailer
buy a loin of beef and
then watch the retailer
sell the porterhouse and
sirloin steaks from it over
his counter. He thought
this would make a good
Th head of the mar market
ket market took the reporter into
the "cooler" where he
showed him a high class
side of beef. With 1 a
wooden skewer he marked
off the loin and said, "That would cost a retailer just 40
cents a pound, but it's only 8 per cent of thi "weight of
the whole side.
lb W L 'ioA
'This piece, (and he marked off about one-fourth cf
the carcass) is the chock and HI sell it at wholesale for 7
cents a pound. Please remember, this is one cf our best
side of beef. We also have beef which sells for half
This wide variation in the price of various cuts freer
the same side of beef is caused largely by demand for
the tender cuts. The 'Others are, of course, just as
It seems as though more people than ever are
demanding choicer cuts, and their demand sets the price.
If few people ask for the forequarter cuts, the price cf
forequarters will automatically drop to a figure low
enough to induce people to buy because cf cheapness.
Even though certain cuts sell for relatively hijh
prices, other cuts, due to lack of demand, sell so low that
our profit from all sources over a period of five years
averaged only a fraction of a cent a pound.
It is competition between consumers for the choice
cuts that keeps prices for those cuts relatively high; en
equalizing demand for all parts of the carcass wotl
benefit producer, packer, retailer and consumer. i
Our average wholesale selling price cf all products
has fallen about 40 per cent since September 1920.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
ed therein. te In nowise limited or re re-otHMni
otHMni re-otHMni v reference to or rnrerencs
from the terms or ny mr u v. I ,i tMt.
arasrraoh in this eharCer. 4ut ths oo 11. ViVa t nrootrtr of the -stoclc
jects specified in each ot e holders shall not b subject to the pay-
of Article II. shall be regarded as in- terf7he corporation's debts to any
dependent objects. etent whatsoever. The cajrftal stock
The foregoiog clauses shall be con- corporation, when issued as
stroed both as objects and as Pjwer8. of "g be 2uliy paid and Don-
and the foregoing ettumeratlon of spe- a'0!?- 8
cific powers snan tioi That Article IV "be aroenaeo so s
limit or restrict any .permissible Pw- L tV
ers of this corporation. I AIVTICIE IV.
That Article ill e araeaow
ARTICLE III- This corporanon nu u
Cm4tal Stelt al-hXat VrtTcle V t amended so as to
The total authorised capital stock of read:
this corporation shall be one m-lllioa six ARTICLE V.
hundred thousand dollars (ll.toa.OOO.6) ofrs
divided Into sixteen thousand shares or vnom
f? par value one hundred dollar. Th. offlcer, and r
(lMMJOJaen. si, may ""'-V TZ I L"" -Vi it. directors, who
m nariMe in lawiui muuti 1 """
ue uhjjhv ., .. i.
Untied tates of America, or prop- may ttW iresi-
erty. labor or serylces ai a Jw ju-i ice. J,'irlrtl nresldents.
. 4 .IvavaVav n ta nichi in uieif uii-iaeaL who
Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at
the City Fiah Market. tf
cretion by the (board of directors t secretary, an f'"ft
meeting or meetlRgs oauea irw... ----
P n3tetal authorised capital stock to them and such subordinate offlcers.
Is to say. I K- uVnti -mii of the dl-
a.) Three Tnoasana onsxw rconwrauwu. r. 'J .Z V.r, rnr thn
r-,r; Ts a. ..irht r cent. I rectors or autUority given T tnn.
The fcoard of directors shall consist of
not less than three nor more than nine
members, to be elected at the annual
meetings oX the corporation to oe held
t h nrnt Tii.w1T fntlowinsr th a sec
ond Monday In June of each year. Tbe
annual meetings cf the -board of direc directors
tors directors and election of officers and execu executive
tive executive committee shall be held Immed Immediately
iately Immediately after the adjournment of the
r! Arm annual mpetinjzrs. The ex
ecutive committee shall consist of two
or more directors and shall possess all
the powers or tne ooara oi oireciwri j
the interim oetween sessicus u.
board. The board of directors and ths
stockholders may bold such other u u-.
. u-. v, tA a.t ino-t t maet times and
places as nay 4e -fixed toy the by-laws.
That Article VI be amended so as to
The highest amount of direct Indebt Indebtedness
edness Indebtedness to which this corporation may
at any time subject itself Is erne mill million
ion million dollars.
All (persons are hereby notified that
It Is the Intention of said corporation
to apply to the trovemor ot the state
of Florida, at Tallahassee, FlorSJa. on
the 30th day of November,- A. D. 1921,
for letters patent atsendliifj said chax-
tfr as aforesaid.
FLORIDA FRVJT COMPANY. FOP. FOP.-MBP.LY
MBP.LY FOP.-MBP.LY THB IAK IRV..sT
fp.i'it GnowKR co.r?ANr.
BY CLAR1NCB Ci. T'-OLTS,
U VT. DUVAL. Secretary. li-vrl
" Salt n illet, already 'scaled, at tSe
City Fisb Market. 21-tf
Repair All Cars
Weld AH Metals
For Satisfaction Give Us a
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(OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1321
UslCz In Ocala
Oa 8&3 all week at the Jack
Kins Comedy Shows
All kiada of Mint made
to order. Ask Bitting &
Phillips and Antii-Monopoly.
tlzrlsn Prize Candles at
Harfsa Ccaiify Fair
Fifteen Years Experience
E A T
Up-tDfe leach Coaater;
: ssd 01s!s; Room
OPEN DAY AND EIGHT
Sea Foods, Western
American, French, Spanish and
108 Sooth Ma gnolia St.
A. E. GERIG
81 Broad Street
New York Cty
Members Amer ican Cotton &
Grain Exchange. Members of
Clearing House. Cotton handled
in units ten bales and upward.
Grains one thousand bushels
and upward. Stocks ten shares
and upward. Cotton margin $5
per bale; grain margin 5c. per
Bottle & Co., Ocala
Office Merchants Block
We promise quick service,
good executions, Ocala settle settlements.
ments. settlements. We extend to Ocala and
surrounding territory the facil facilities
ities facilities of our office.
Phone No. 441. Private Wire
Our several flavors of ? cup cakes
take the worry off the housewife who
doesn't know what kind of cakes to
serve at luncheon. Federal Bakery.
During Fair Week
Meet Your Friends At
TEE O0TEL ALBERT
On Adams Street
Just Off Main
Steam Heat. Hot and Cold
Running water in euery room
BATES $1.50 UP
, Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guar-.
. guar-. anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR ONE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 8:50 pm
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 za
2:55 am NTTork-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 ion
:50 pm Tampa-Miinatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST UNE B. R.
2:27 am Jacksonvilk-N'York 2:33 urn
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6UZ 3 Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 asa fit Petabrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm C't petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Du-nellon-I Wilcox 4
7:25 am Dunelloo-Lkeland 11:03 pm
S:S0psN Ho tosassa 1:25 pm
9:15 pa Leesbnrg 6:42 am
13t Gainesville 11:50 am
sacay, wecoeiioay, naay.
T- t5'P y, Ef acn asT
nnn i nnnfinnninrni
If you have any society item a for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mrs. Manie Hall returned home
yesterday from a stay of several
weeks in Atlanta.
Flaconettes is the best perfumery
ever put up a big statement, bat let
us prove it. Court Pharmacy. 16-t
Mr. W. R. Kabrick of Clearwater,
is spending a few days in Ocala,
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Ask for the new "sweet" Honeyboy
at the Federal Bakery. 15-6t
Mrs. Reginald Ragsdale has accept
ed a position as stenographer with
Mr. E. C. Bennett, secretary of the
Marion County Fair Association.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
The Altar Guild of Grace Episcopal
church will hold a cake and 'candy
sale at the Ocala House on Friday
at 10 o'clock. 15-4t
Mrs. Harrison Black of Lawtey,
has had the honor to be invited to
sing before the State Federation o
Women's Clubs, in Gainesville, to
Your favorite odor of perfumery
can be had in the famous French Fla
conettes at the Court Pharmacy. 6
The Ladies' Aid of the Christian
church will hold a sale of cakes,
brown bread, nut bread and mayon
naise dressing on the Ocala House
porch Saturday morning. 16-3t
Mrs. George Martin leaves this aft
ernoon for Gainesville to attend the!
State Federation of Woman's Clubs.
She will take with her an art exhibit
from Ocala, which will be displayed
at the meetings.
The Ladies' Aid of the Christian
church will hold a sale of cakes.
brown bread, nut bread and mayon mayonnaise
naise mayonnaise dressing on the Ocala House
porch Saturday morning. 16-3t
We have on hand two seven-passenger
cars which we will sell at a
bargain?" Needham Motor Co. 12-tf
. 'News has just been received in
Ocala of the birth of a son to Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Hilburn, Nov. 8th, in
Tampa. The young man will be nam named
ed named J. P. Hilburn Jr., in. honor of his
grandfather, Dr. J. P. Hilburn, pre presiding
siding presiding elder of the Orlando district of
the Methodist church.
Overland 90, five passenger; good
tires, top, upholstering and paint;
$350. Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Co, Phone 8, city. 15-tf
The Business and Professional
Woman's Club held its regular month monthly
ly monthly meeting last evening at the club
rooms. After the routine business
had been transacted a social hour
was enjoyed, in charge of Miss Carrie
Barco and Miss Edna Sipple. These
two young ladies proved themselves
admirable hostesses, providing a num number
ber number of jolly games. Later in the eve evening
ning evening refreshments were served."
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
The Tuesday evening auction club
held its. regular weekly meeting with
Miss Ruth Simmons as hostess, last
night. The two tables of congenial
players spent a very pleasant eve evening.
ning. evening. Miss Louise Spencer made the
highest -score for which she was pre presented
sented presented with a pretty handkerchief.
Miss Sara Dehon received the booby,
a pin cushion. Refreshments consist consisting
ing consisting of chicken salad, wafers, ice tea
and Jordan almonds were served by
the hostess. Those playing during
the evening were Mrs. C. E. Simmons,
Mrs. Leon Mason, Misses Louise
Spencer, Sara Dehon, Alice Sexton,
Margaret Jackson, Loureen Spencer
and Ruth Simmons.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
One of the most important Pacific
questions to be handled by the ad administration
ministration administration is to keep California
safely republican. Washington Post.
The industrial unrest doesnt im impede
pede impede our progress nearly so much as
the industrial rest. Columbia Record.
This is a Studebake- year.
One of the many fine things about
baseball is that G. B. Shaw has not
exprest an opinion concerning it.
Boston Shoe and Leather Reporter.
If. you've ever eaten better bread
and rolls than we serve you, tell us
about it. Federal Bakery. 15-6t
Dr. Crafts says he's going to put
the Sun in Sunday. Now if the Doc
will put the pay in Payday and the
mon in Monday. Brooklyn Eagle.
Best dinner in the state for 75c Eat
and drink all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. ? 100 per cent sanitary.
Ask the hotel inspector. 22-tf
Between the demands of the unions
and the Union, 'employers are up
I ag ainst it. Columbia Record.
BIG TRUCK FARM
Each year sees the opening of new
arms in Clarion county, many of
large acreage. The Whittington Com
pany has leased a large tract of land
near airfield and will this fall and
winter operate a truck farm.
Mr. G. EL Whittington, manager of
the enterprise, was in Ocala a few
days ago, and in speaking of the
company's new venture said that thi3
f-Il's crops would consist of 100 acres
of cabbage, 25 acres of lettuce, 50
acres of cukes, 50 acres snap beans,
and later over 150 acres of water
melons. This means nearly 500 acres
in actual cultivation for a starter.
The Whittington Company's farm
is located in a section where addition additional
al additional acreage can be obtained, and they
expect each year to add to their pres present
ent present holdings.
The company is composed of
Messrs. G. H, R. H. and E. L Whit
tington, all of whom are Marion
county xarmers oi considerable ex
perience, ana Know now to nil our
fertile soil to get the most out of it.
The truck from the farm will be
handled entirely in car lots thereby
eliminating much of the detail in the
handling of small shipments,;
Mcintosh, S. D., Nov. 15. Barbed-
wire fence telephones are being in
stflled in two communities in this
county that has never had a tele telephone,
phone, telephone, County Agent O. M. Osborne
reports. Plans are being furnished
by his office.
Corson county, 87 miles long and
sparsely settled, had little telephone
service until Mr. Osborne thought of
using the fence lines. Today the ma
jonty of its farmers are connected
up, though there are still some, in the
central part of the county six to
eight miles fro many neighbour, not
on the line.
Worn out inner tubes have been
utilized for insulation. The cost for
each farm home, for instruments and
line, averages about $20.
"Each line has a general call which
enables the farmers in an entire com
munity to hold what amounts to
roun dtable discussion on problems
affecting the community,' the county
"One of the great results of these
telephone systems from the stand
point of agriculture is that they tie
the newly organized farm bureau
centers more firmly together. The
county agent is enabled to make an
nouncements of meetings, etc- as he
never was before.
"The community is also able quick quickly
ly quickly to get in touch with the county
agent in case of an outbreak of insect
pests such as army worms or grass
Orange Springs, Nov. 15 From
things we hear and things we see in
the papers we have a gleam of hope
that the O. V. will resume operations
again in the near future, but we are
neither building air castles or blow
ing bubbles for we have been inflated
with reports so many times, until we
don't believe anything we hear or half
we see, but Judge Bullock's decision
is the most favorable thing? yet, lead
ing toward a settlement cf the diffi
Mr. C. J. Rast carried quite a jolly
party to Palatka Armistice Day. They
report a fine time.
Messrs. J. W. Townsend and Ansel
Cone of Lake Butler, spent Saturday
at the spring. They spent most o:
their time fishing. The weather was
not of the best for fishimg, but they
report' about 25 bass to their, credit.
They are very successful fishermen,
always catching more than they need,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vogt of Ocala,
were visiting over Sunday with Mrs
Vogt's father, Mr. W. H. Pegram.
Cane grinding is the order of the
day now in and around here.
Messrs. Fred Roper and Dock Tur
ner of Winter Garden, were week-end
visitors at J. B. Hall's. Ther seems
to be some attraction for tnem up
Only a few days now until hunting
season opens. Then the woods will
be full of hunters and dogs with no
restrictions on them to do all the'
damage they can in the way of killing
There are people who invest in Ger
man marks just as there are men who
believe that hair can be made to grow
on bald heads. Boston Shoe and
Flaconettes perfumery, all odors
Phone 284. Court Pharmacy. 16-t
German liners are beginning to ar
rive in New York. But It will be
long time before the kaiser's ship
comes in. Wichita Eagle.
This is a Studebaker year. ti
The agent can demonstrate with it
for six months, and it's new. But
three days after you get it, it's a used
car. Sherbrooke Record.
While kid gloves cleaned free with
ladies work at the Royil Cleaners.
Phone 445. 18-tf
Soldiers are everywhere In the Bal Balkans,
kans, Balkans, ready for action. That section
is normal, if not stable. Pittsburg
(CojT for Thi eptriaeii tp!Ud
tfc Am eric a Ucwa ewi -rvtc.)
LEGION MEN LIKE HIS TYPE
State Adjutant of Minnesota Made
Numerous Effort Before Ac
cepted for War Service.
Horace G. Wtdtmore began serv
ing onier Pershing early. He was
holding down a
t f .V .-I
A" battalion at the
University of Ke-
when the future
i?neral was a
ly Mr. Whltmore
md General ler ler-hlng
hlng ler-hlng formed a
."riendship on the
campus which en
dures to the pres present
ent present day and which found expression
after the armistice, when the Oln-C,
Inspecting the One Hundred and Fifty Fifty-first'
first' Fifty-first' .field artillery in Germany, left
a crowd of generals, walked over to
a stubby little first sergeant, thrust
out his hand and said:
-Whltmore, I am glad to see you."
Whltmore was born in. Dayton, 0
La 1873; was brought up on a farm
in Nebraska, and graduated from the
state university there in 1805.
He was a contractor in Minneapolis
In 1017, when he presented himself
for admission to the first series of of
ficers training camps. He was re
jected as being overweight. Back to
the farm went Whltmore. In four
weeks he took off 20 pounds and
asked to be admitted to the second
series of training camps, but the sur surgeon
geon surgeon said: "Too fat to fight" An Another
other Another examiner said: "Too old."
Whltmore went from recruiting of
fice to recruiting of.ee until he be
came a private in Battery B, One Hun
dred and Fifty-first field artillery
Forty-second division. He weht over
seas with the outfit and served with
It throusft the war, participating In
every engagement in which the Rain'
bows took part.
When discharged lie was Induced to
become state adjutant of tue Ameri
can Legion for Minnesota. He has
done much for the development of
the Legion In the Northwest. Mr.
Whltmore recently resigned from thai
position to afcept the directorship ol
a company formed for the manufac
ture of an automobile accessory de
vice which he Invented.
WAS BORN UNDER LUCKY STAR
Indianapolis Lecion Man Sustained
Twenty-Six Wounds During His
8ervica In War.
Wounded 26 times and glad It
wasn't 27, William N. Evwns, Indian
apolls, IndL, still
believes he was
born under a
He walked Int
quarters of th
the other day
seeking "Just any
kind of work that
will keep my mind
said he was an
Tm still a bit weaL, .-..,.(
T was" wounded."
When pressed for details he owned
up to 26 wounds In four major of
fensives. A Job was made for him,
clerical work that would "keep hit
mind occupied" but which would be
consistent with 26 wounds.
Evans was a private In the Twenty-
eighth Infantry. First division, A ma
chine gun got him at Cantlgny,
bayonet came next at Sotssons; he
was struck by shrapnel In the 8t
Mlhlel push and in the A rgonne
one-pounder shell hit him a glancing
blow on the chin before It exploded
When It went off almost under him
22 pieces of shrapnel peppered his
body. He remained on the battlefield
86 hours before he was picked up.
"But Tm happy Just the same,'
Evans says. "This Job keeps me from
being a loafer and pays just enough
with my government compensation
for me to get married. I guess
was born lucky."
For some time the benla old gen
tleman sat watching the novice in hla
vain attempts to land a fish. Finally
the angler was reduced to his last
worm and still no catch.
"Cheer up, son." said the old gen
tleman. "They're biting well for you
at any rate."
"No, they ain't," retorted the other
aggrlevedly. "They're bltln for thel
own personal benefit, that's what tVy
are." American Legion Weekly
The Latest Alibi.
The Boss WelL what excuse this
time? Grandmother dead again,
The O. B. No sir! Grandmother
wants me to take her to the gams
and point out all the best-known play-
era. American Lesion W--i-
Flaconettes perfumery put up in
glass, with aluminum case no better
ever sold. To be bought only at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 166t
o TMc. I can now give you the
very latest, up-to-date
si methods, assuring you
Jc-the most careful and
OR. K. J
Optometrist and Optician
Mr. Albert Gerig was a surprised
and pleased host last night, when
eleven of his little girl friends called
in a body to pay their respects to him
on the anniversary of his birthday.
Mrs. Gerig had previously invited
eleven of his young friends and they
met at the home of lira. Chaial, from
where they went to the home of Mr.
Gerig. One of the guests presented
to Mr. Gerig a birthday cake with
eleven little pink candles, one for
each invited guest. A jolly evening
was spent playing progressive rook,
in which Mea Dozier Hail e was the
fortunate winner of the first prize, a
pretty powder puff in a fancy case.
Mrs. Gerig served refreshments con consisting
sisting consisting of chicken salad, wafers.
olives, pickles, angel cake, rocks and
hot chocolate. After serving refresh
ments, a very happy evening was
rounded out by music and dancing.
Such a delightful time was had, that
be it said very softly," Mrs. Gerig
having invited the guests to come, she
then had to invite the guests to go.
Mr. Gerig was the recipient of a
number of gifts and many, many
good wishes and many happy returns
of the day. Those who had the pleas pleas-use
use pleas-use of spending the evening so pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly with such a jovial host and gra gracious
cious gracious hostess, were Dorothy Craw-
brd, Mea Dozier, Genevieve and Em
my Miller Haile, Elizabeth Murray,
Annie MacEay, Sidney and Alice Cul-
en, Margaret Gerig, Marian Meffert
and Charlotte ChazaL
CONDITION OF THE CROPS
Gainesville, Nov. 15. Damage to
the citrus crop by the tropical storm
of last month was not as heavy as
feared, according to the federal bu
reau of crop estimates here in its re report
port report on crop conditions in Florida,
and a special inquiry to determine
the actual damage and loss now is
under way with the expectation that
a special report will be issued within
the next few days. ;
Harvesting conditions for staple
crops have been excellent, the bureau
declares, and this phase of farm work
is well advanced. Production of corn,
cowpeas, peanuts and rice shows in increases
creases increases over last year but dry weather
late in the growing season has re
sulted in light yields of most of the
Severe damage to the citrus crop
resulted from the storm along the
west coast north and south of Tampa,
the bureau states, amounting in some
localities to fifty per cent or more of
the crop on the trees.. Many groves,
it declares, even in that section, sus sustained
tained sustained only a small percentage of loss
and in other parts of the state the
loss ranges from five per cent down
The condition on Nov. 1 for oranges
was placed at 77 per cent of normal
as compared with 81 per cent a month
ago and 90 per cent a year ago. The
grapefruit crop was 78 per cent of
normal as compared with 81 per cent
Oct. 1 and 78 per cent a year ago.
September production estimates of
8,200,000 boxes of oranges and 5,400, 5,400,-000
000 5,400,-000 boxes of grapefruit will be reduc reduced
ed reduced slightly as a result of the storm,
it was stated.
Production of corn will be -round
11,500,000 bushels as compared with
10,530,000 last year. Yields are run
ning slightly heavier than last year
with 81 per cent of the crop in mer merchantable
chantable merchantable quality, somewhat less than
the usual percentage.
The acreage of peanuts harvested
for grain is smaller than last year but
with heavier yields production will
run to about the same.
The average farmer planted less
rice than usual this year but large
commercial acreages have resulted in
an increase for the state with produc
tion fully 15 per 'cent heavier than
- Cotton acreage was cut heavily but
with somewhat better yields with pro production
duction production estimated at 16,000 bales as
compared with 17,900 bales last
Production of hay was reduced by
dry weather as well as a slight cut in
acreage and the state will have about
121,000 tons compared with 132,000
tons last year.
Yield of tobacco is estimated at
900 pounds per acre as compared with
1100 pounds last year, and oa a slight slightly
ly slightly increased acreage production will
be around 3,960,000 pounds against
4,620,000 pounds last year.
Early indications point to about the
same harvested acreage of velvet
beans as for. last year with slightly
Making of sugarcane syrup had be begun
gun begun but because of dry weather light lighter
er lighter yields are in prospect. The small
acreage of sorghum for syrup felt the
effect of dry weather and yields aver averaged
aged averaged around 120 gaallons as compar compared
ed compared with 142 gallons last year.
Reports from growers indicate that
68 per cent of a full crop of pecans
has been produced this season. Last
year production was only 32 per cent
of a full crop. The quality is some somewhat
what somewhat lower than usual because of a
large percentage of pops or partly
filled nuts. The crop has been, har harvested
vested harvested earlier than usual thij season
and is moving to satisfactory mar markets
kets markets from most sections of the belt.
Caref ul estimates made oa all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more ad better
work for the money tlaa any cthsr
contractor in the city.
HEATS end GROCERIES,
A New limited PuHmaa, Dining, Observation Car and Coach Trala
Effective from Jacksonville, Wednesday, November 16, 1921.
Dally Route Xo. 32
L.V. OOAA iNo. 4 A. C Line
Ar. J-konvill (Xo. 40 ACL.
L.v. Jacksonville A. C Line :
Ar. J kRonTille INo. 40) A.CU C:4S
Lv. W.ycrosa A. C Line 10:30
Ar. Albany a. C Line 1:45
Ar. Macon A. C. Line 4:00
Ar. Atlanta- a. C. Line 7:05
Lv. Atlanta L A N. RR 7:25
Ar. Knoxrill- L & X. RR. lZ.Xt
Ar. Louisville L. & N. RR. 9:30
. 1 & K. RR. 9:15
.Penna. Syst. 9:45
. Penna. eyst. 1:15
Penna. 6yst. :S5
..Penna. ys S:.0
Lv. Cincinnati Penna. Syst. 11:40 pm
Ar. Fort Wayne. .Penna. SysC :15 am
Ar. Grand Rapids Penna. yt. 11:55 am
Ar. M'kinaw City Penn. SysC 10:60pm
Ar. Cincinnati. .. .Penna. Syst 11:40 pm
Ar. Indianapolis. Penna. Syst, C:45
Lv. Cincinnati. .Penna. Cyst. 11:40
Ar. L6gansport. .Penna. Cyst. 4:50
Ar. CHICAGO Penna. Syst, 7:55 am
NOTE: Train does not run to Mackinaw City Sundays. Sleeper
leaving Ocala Fridays runs only to Grand Rapids.
For further information, detailed schedules, reservations, etc-,
apply to or address the undersigned.
L. K. BRADDOCK, Ticket Agent, A. C. line, Ocala, Fla.
A. W. FRITOT, Div. Pass. Agt. J. G. KIRKLAND, Div. Pass Agt.
Jacksonville, Florida. Tampa, Florida.
E. M. NORTH, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Savannah, Ga.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
The Standard Railroad of the South
tfJIKlDTE STAR LSWE
Negotiable Storage Receipts I guard on Co! ton. Automobiles. Etc
IBir move. pack, ship LONG DISTANCE R!0VI!i
lf,l LIVESTOCK, Z
yr mebrav:cage Phone 2SS :
Hi Ess FURNITURE. ETC
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
The Altar Guild of Grace Episcopal
church will hold a cake and candy
sale at the Ocala House on Friday
at 10 o'clock. 15-4t
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmera
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
1 1 Finn, Haclthy Flesh, Increase Energy tad Beautify the Com
flanoo Easr and Ecunomical to Tike Results Quick
TVin or run-down folia
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i O. It baauhes puSSle. bofls snd
t aervee. builds tii the body with Crm
rsisvsaatei tbs whole system. Quick. rrs'"3 'a ic-V.ts. g-suscd.
11 vou arc t n. pale, hazard. draa IxAing or lack eir?v aod coduraaee
take Msslia's V1TAMON 1 Ul !eU vith erry esl- la -cb and
aaa-Mre yourself each week snd continue U Inn. M--ta's VITA1.U.V regularly
att T ars satisfied witb yoar gsii in wic'it nd eucrry. m
IMPO-tTiJITl While the rrn.srkaUe Lealth-huiidi-it va.ne of MasUa S
Y A-MON baa been clearly and vrt?liie'r TTnstr3tl io raes of lack of
aastxr, aervou troubles, anemia, ixnli cation. rotJtijiation. ia erupUoos. poor
OwpT-oon aad a geaerally weakened physical end cental condiuon. it ko 1
U used by anyone who OBJECTS to having their weight iac raJ norroii
Pe wt aoeept imitations or substitute. Yea can et M- ViTAMO.
teLlttf at all good druggi-t-.
THE WMDSdE EOTii
JACKSON VI IXEt FLORIPA
In the hean of the city with Hemming Park for a front jmr.
Every modern .onTanience in each room. Dinicg room lervk a
second to west
Good To Eat
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Jacksonville to Chicago.
Jacksonville to Lo isviUe.
Jacksonville to Cleveland.
Jacksonville ly Q- Rapid
to Gran a
PARLOR CARS Oeala
Jar -.Marl lie.
Dl.Mfi CAR JirkMi.
COACHES Oeala tm Jark Jark-avUle,
avUle, Jark-avUle, JackMavtlle tm
f C V. Roberts Barney Spencer
Phone 305 Phone 431
ROBERTS & SPENCE2
Funeral Directors, Embabacrt
Private Morgue and Chapel
OSce Phone 850. Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
ho r ant to quickly gt
some firA, firm. pA'A 6ei
no Oirir lxn, fill out t9
hollows and iuV.cn cheeks
with htrung. Itfslthy tia tia-suca.
suca. tia-suca. sad bx.114 tip ia ia-newd
newd ia-newd roerry and vital vitality
ity vitality tl otild try tkio a
Ji!e Mastin'i VITA VITA-MON
MON VITA-MON with tltrir meals.
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tiny tal-ct eoctai C
hiftl Jy ct-nrcE -rated ye-V
-iuunint- n as tLs
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Marion County (Fla.)
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