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WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Friday, slightly cooler tonight. TEMPERATURES This Morning. 50; Thia Afternoon, 73.
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Snn Rises Tomorrow, 6:48; Seta, 5:34. OCALA, FLORID A, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 268
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Republicans Will Retain Control of Congress by Only a
Narrow Margin

Marion County Teachers Are Now Waiting for Their Salaries
of Last Month



New York, Nov. 9. (By Associated
Press). The latest figures show that
the next Senate will have fifty-two re republicans,
publicans, republicans, forty-one democrats and
one fanner-labor member, with the

-'results of two senatorial contests, one
in Washington and one in North Da Dakota,
kota, Dakota, still undecided.
Returns from all but three con congressional
gressional congressional districts where the results
are still undetermined, at noon today,
show 224 republicans, 205 democrats,
one socialist, one independent and one
farmer-labor representative will com compose
pose compose the new House of Representa Representatives.
tives. Representatives. CONTINUED REPUBLICAN
New York, Nov, 9. (Associated
Press). Continued republican control
of Congress but with the Senate ma majority
jority majority cut in half and the House ma ma-"
" ma-" jority of 160 slashed tfi a scant hand-
ful, appeared today as the net result
of -Tuesday's election with returns al-
most complete. Close races in a few
undecided districts not affecting the
general result and delays in counting,
VWpvp,.. tWatl to nostnone the
. i i
final figures until tomorrow.
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Belated returns early today from
Montana showing the election of .Scott
Leavitt, gave the republicans the 218
votes necessary to control the next
House. With seven consrressional dis districts
tricts districts in four states. Kansas, North
Dakota. Washington and West Vir-
ginia, unreported at 7 a. m. today the
roll in the next House stood: Repub Republicans,
licans, Republicans, 220; democrats, 205; socialist,
lj farmer-labor, 1; independent, 1.
In returns to date seventy-six places
now held by .republicans had been
captured without a single counter counterbalancing
balancing counterbalancing democratic loss.
Topeka, Nov. 9. The election of
Jonathan Davis, dem2 at, as gover governor
nor governor of Kansas was conceded today by
Chairman Hawk of the state republi republican
can republican committee and W. Y. Morgan, the
republican nominee, has wired his con congratulations
gratulations congratulations to Davis.
Seattle, Nov. 9. Revised returns
show for the Senate, Pointdexter;
publican incumbent, running 4368
votes behind Dill, democrat, with only
299 scattered precincts missing.
Salt Lake City, Nov. 9. The re reelection
election reelection of Senator William H. King,
democrat, was assured today with fur further
ther further returns. Figures from all but
two precincts give King a majority
estimated between 300 and 400. Col Col-ton
ton Col-ton and Leatherwood, republicans, are
re-elected to the House.
Charleston, Nov. 9. West Virginia
elected a democratic senator and four
democrats and two republicans to the
House of Representatives, replacing
, its solid republican delegation in the
last Congress. Senator Sutherland,
republican, today conceded the victory
of Neely, his democratic opponent.
The Star has but little addition to
make to the Marion county returns as
given yesterday. All the boxes came
in, but it was possible to obtain full re returns
turns returns from only ten precincts; these,
however, the largest. Partial returns
from five others gave Meffert a ma
jority of 353 over McLeod, to which
may be added fifteen from Belleview
and Martel
Chicaeo. Nov. 9. The soldiers'
bonus with an additional provision to
pay the bonus by a tax on light wines
and beer will be introduced in Con Congress
gress Congress by Representative Britten, of
Illinois, he announced today.
Go north by sea using Merchants
and Miners steamers from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Full information as to fares, freight
rates and sailings of Merchants and
Miners steamers from Jacksonville
imnnlied on leanest to Mr. C. MJ
Haile, general agent.
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Ratines, lovely shades. FISHEL'S.


The city council met at the city
hall Tuesday, Nov. 7th, at 7:30, with
Councilmen Martin, Goldman, Henry,
Pedrick and Simmons present. Mayor
Peek was also present. Meeting call called
ed called to order by President Martin, after
which minutes of last regular meeting
were read and approved.
The appointment of special police on
account of the fair, also the appoint appointment
ment appointment of an extra policeman was placed
in the hands of the mayor and head
of department of public safety.
G. C. Hooper gave notice of with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal from the bond of Earl McRae
as driver of automobile for hire.
E. C. Bennett and J. C. Johnson ap appeared
peared appeared in behalf of the Marion County
Fair Association and requested free
lights and water. Same was granted
juPon motion of Mr- Goldman
Bill of J. W. Johnson for $7.03, over-
1 1 i XT
wur, ,a.u u i
Mlss Katherine Pyles asked for a
lower water and Power rate for the
'Marion County Creamery. Matter re-
ferred to city maanger to present td td-the
the td-the ''council, sliding scale to apply to
Report of Health Officer Watt, also
report of Mrs. C. R. Tydings, chair chairman
man chairman of rest room committee, read and
Application of Carrie Stewart to
!"d;m lot8j1?'. 16 and 17' block 3' J-
it. dggs auuiuon to ucaia on valua valuation
tion valuation of $200 was granted.
C. E. Connor was granted an ex-
tension of thirty days time to redeem
tax certificate No. 181, sale of 1915,
covering lots 3 to 13 inclusive, and
lots 16 to 33 inclusive, Connor's sub
o fblocks 5 and 6 Scott's survey, city
of Ocala, at face value plus one-half
roomlm infsrast
An ordinance regulating the dig digging
ging digging into, cutting into, trenching in
or in any way removing the pavement
of any street within the city of Ocala,
was introduced by Mr. Pedrick, placed
upon first reading and referred to the
head of department of justice.
Sidewalk paving certificate No. 157,
issued in error, against Citizens In Investment
vestment Investment Company for $116.25. cover-

re-jmg tne following described property:

89.50 feet north and south by 210 feet
east and west in the northwest corner
of lot 33, Caldwell's addition, was or
dered cancelled and assessment order ordered
ed ordered made in the name of J. P. Phillips,
owner of the property.
It was ordered upon motion duly
seconded, all members voting yea
upon roll call, that $5000 be trans
ferred from the electric light fund to
the general fund on budget account.
Bills approved by the city manager
were ordered paid.
Upon motion of Mr. Goldman, duly
carried, city attorney was authorized
to cancel judgment or claim against
the "following described property, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: 90 feet north and south by 150
feet east and west in the southwest
corner of lot 30, Caldwell's add, Ocala,
on account of sidewalk paving certifi
cate No. 66, in the amount of $88.10,
being against property now owned by
W. F. McAteer.
The printing of the improvement
bonds was placed in the hands of Mr.
Goldman, head of the department of
finance, and City Attorney Hocker.
The following schedule of taps rec recommended
ommended recommended by the manager was ap
proved by the"council: -inch taps
complete through the meter box, $30;
1-inch taps complete through the
meter box, $48; 1 -inch taps com
plete through the meter box, $82.50;
2-inch taps complete through the
meter box, $120.
The matter of closing deal with C.
F. Lawrence on pound lot was refer referred
red referred to Mr. Pedrick and city attorney
with power to act.
Mayor and city manager were re
quested to appear before the county
commissioners and get assurance from
the board that the county will connect
with the Dixie Highway at city limits
in case city extends pavement to said
The clerk was instructed to insert
notice in paper that the council will
receive bids at next regular meeting
for the rental of city market building,
Isame to begin Feb. 20, 1923.
An ordinance entitled an ordinance
providing for the issuance of im improvement
provement improvement bonds, etc., was returned
by the head of the department of jus-

The school fund deficit was reduced
yesterday, the 8th, $937.80, leaving the
present deficit $27,019.83.

Did YOU help in reducing the defi
cit Don't say "Let George do it"; but
do your part.
Our teachers are now waiting for
last month's salaries." Let's make the
period of waiting short.
tice with the following recommenda recommendation:
tion: recommendation: "This ordinance has been ex examined
amined examined by me and I herewith return
same and recommend its passage. This
Nov. 7th, 1922. E. H. Martin, head
department justice." Ordinance there thereupon
upon thereupon placed upon second reading, read
and adopted by sections. Placed upon
third read, read by title and adopted
upon roll call, all members voting yea.
The following resolution was adopt adopted:
ed: adopted: Whereas, the owners of the real es estate
tate estate described in the copy of notice of
special assessment against the .same
by the city of Ocala for sidewalk and
curb cannot be located within the cor corporate
porate corporate limits of the city of Ocala;
therefore be it
Resolved by the city council of the
city of Ocala, that a copy of this' reso resolution
lution resolution together with a copy of the
attached copies of notices of the is-'
suance of special assessment certifi certificates
cates certificates be published in the Ocala 'Ban 'Banner,
ner, 'Banner, a newspaper published in the city
of Ocala, in Marion county, Flaj;!once
each week for four successive weeks;
be it further v
Resolved, that the copy of this reso resolution
lution resolution as published shall be dated as
of this day by the city clerk of the
city of Ocala and shall be subscribed
by him as city clerk of the city of
The following resolution was adopt adopted:
ed: adopted: Where a?, the owners of the real es estate
tate estate which is described in the copy of
notices of special assessments against
same by the city of Ocala for street
paving cannot be located within the
corporate limits of the said city of
Ocala; therefore be, it
Resolved by the city council of the
city of Ocala, that a copy of this reso resolution
lution resolution together with a copy of the
attached copies of notices of the issu issuance
ance issuance of special assessment certificates
be published in the Ocala Star, a
newspaper published in the city of
Ocala, in Marion county, Fla., once
each week for four successive weeks.
Be it further resolved, that the copy
of this resolution as published shall
be dated as of this day by the city
clerk of the city of Ocala and shall be
subscribed by him as city clerk of the
city of Ocala.
Council thereupon adjourned until
next regular meeting.
H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
A number of merchants have decid
ed to have two dollar days, November
22 and 23. On these days they will
offer special inducements in their va
rious lines by selling certain articles
for one dollar, or in other instances a
group of articles for one dollar. These
dollar day specials always offer great
opportunity to careful buyers to save
money on their needs. Watch the pa paper
per paper for announcements next week.
Men's work clothes, express striped
overalls and jackets at Jordan's. 6t

Greetings and Salutations


Organization, Advertising and Other
Vital Affairs Discussed at The
Meeting in Orlando
Tampa, Nov. 9. Developments of
importance in citrus circles during
the past month, as reported to the
meeting of the Florida Citrus Ex Exchange,
change, Exchange, Wednesday, included the or organization
ganization organization of the orange growers of
West Florida and a rally to the sup support
port support of the Exchange by leading bank banking
ing banking interests of the state.
Business Manager C. E. Stewart,
Jr., attended the meetings in Marian Marian-na,
na, Marian-na, Round Lake and Panama City,
which formed the organization of the
Satsuma orange growers west of the
Appalachiolcola River William L.
Wilson, of Panama City, who was
elected president, has Jbeen in Tampa
this week conferring with Exchange
The Atlantis National Bank, of
Jacksonville, following a suggestion
made by Vice-President Gillett, of the
Florida Citrus Exchange, recently
published a full page advertisement
commending the organization and its
work. Numerous leading banks in
citrus Florida have taken similar
steps and assurances have been re received
ceived received from several others that they
will follow suit rf
Echoes of the recent membership
campaign, conducted by the Exchange
of a favorable character, are heard
almost each week from every section
of citrus Florida.
Dr. J. H. Ross, president of the Ex Exchange,
change, Exchange, stressed the significance and
valus of the several meetings of affi affiliated
liated affiliated growers which he had attended
during the past month.
President Ross, Vice-President Gil
lett and Business Manager. Stewart,
were authorized to attend the confer conference
ence conference on state-wide advertising held
yesterday in Orlando. ; In discussion
of the subject it was brought that
every Sealdsweet advertisement feat features
ures features Florida in a way which benefits
the entire state, and that the Florida
Citrus Exchange now spends pro
bably more for advertising than all
other Florida interests combined
Exchange directors at yesterday's
meeting were: Dr. J. H. Ross, D. C.
Gillett, P. C. Peters, Lee M. Hammel,
C. J. Stubbs, J. W. Ponder, F. C. W.
Kramer, John A. Shively, Dr. J. E.
Klock, E. B. Casler and R. J. Kepler.
The regular monthly business meetH
ing of the Exchange Supply Company
was held Wednesday afternoon. Many
matters of importance were consider
ed and evidence of the continued
growth of this exchange subsidiary
are gratifying.
"O, where did you get that lovely
hat, Mrs. Barnard?" At Fishel's. And,
my goodness! I never realized how
many dollars I could save until I start started
ed started buying there. I can get two hats
for the price formerly paid for one. 3t
We call the attention of the dancing
set to the receipt of a shipment of
patent kid lace dancing oxfords.
Rheinauer & Co., men's department.
Patrick's genuine all virgin wool
white slipover sweaters for young
men and boys at Jordan's. 7-6t

President Will Place a Wreath

An Example
Washington, Nov. 9 The placing of
a wreath on the tomb of the unknown
soldie rat Arlington will be the first
official act of President Harding on
Armistice Day. Plans for official ob observance
servance observance of the day, which is expected
to serve as a precedent in future
years, provided for departure of th
president from the White House short
ly after nine o'clock, accompanied by
the secretaries of wax and the navy.
The party will be met by a cavalry
escort just before reaching Arlington,
The ceremony at the tomb will be
simple. The president, accompanied
by the two secretaries and his mili
tary aide, will go within the enclosure
formed about the tomb, and advancing
beyond the secretaries he will receive
the wreath from his aide and in the
name of the American people lay it
upon the tomb. The party will then
retire, thus concluding' the official
tribute of the nation.
And Many Non-Commissioned Officers
Will Lose Their Ratings
Prior to January 1st, 1923, sixteen
hundred non-commissioned officers of
the regular army will be reduced to
the grade of private. Many of these
are men who have, through their own
efforts and in years of service, reach reached
ed reached their present grades. After these
many years of faithful service the na
tional defense act of 1920 will, unless
amended, reduce non-commissioned
officers to ranks hid by them many
rears ago.
A large percentage of those reduced
are now connected with the National
Guard or acting as instructors in
reserve officers training units in high
schools and colleges throughout the
United States.
These men are entitled to their
present rank and are justly entitled
to the increased pay of this rank. Un
less the nations defense act of 1920
is amended it will mean that these
"old timers" will be reduced to the
ranks. Of course this demotion will
carry with it such a loss of pay and
prestige as to make it impossible for
many of them to continue pn the
work as now planned. :
It is understood that the secretary
of war will request Congress to amend
the national defense act. These men
can only retain their ratings by such
San Francisco, Nov. 8. On Armis Armistice
tice Armistice Day, November 11, a heroic statue
of General Pershing, picturing him as
if watching troops in battle, will be
unveiled in the Golden Gate Park
The statue is a gift to the city of
San Francisco by Dr. Morris Herz Herz-stein,
stein, Herz-stein, a local physician. It was done
by an old friend of the doctor, Haig
Patigan, noted San Francisco sculp
Eight feet in height, the figure is
of gilt bronze and stands on a pedes
tal of silver granite. The pedestal is
five feet high. It presents the gen
eral in field uniform, standing square
ly and looking forward, both face
and figure animated with the exprea
sion of alertness and energy.
On the face of the pedestal is the
inscription: "In tribute to General
Pershing and the victorious armies of
the United States and her co-belligerents
during the World War, 1914-
1918. Presented by Dr. Moms Herz Herz-stein,
stein, Herz-stein, 1922." V
Dr. Herzstein conceived the idea ox.
the statue after he had heard from
General Pershing himself the story ol
the American expeditionary force and
saw with his own eyes the fields
where that force had won imperish
able glory. The doctor toured the bat battlefields
tlefields battlefields with Representative Julius
"Khn of San Francisco Immediately
after the armistice and spent some
time as the guest of General Persh
Patigan has worked on the statue
for more than two years, and, at the
request of the doctor, has kept the
plans a secret.
"O, where did yon get that lovely
hat, Mrs. Barnard?" At Fishers. And,
my goodness! I never realized how
many dollars I could save until I start started
ed started buying there. I can get two hats
for the price formerly paid for one. 8t

on His Tomb. Thus Settina

for All Time
British Soldiers Murdered
Constantinople Last
.Paris, Nov. 9. (By, the Associated
Press). The troubled state of affairs
in Constantinople may not be getting
any worse but it certainly seems there
is no improvement in good feeling be between
tween between the Kemalists and the Allied
Two British soldiers were assassi assassinated
nated assassinated last night according to the Con Constantinople
stantinople Constantinople correspondent of the Petit
Parisien. The commander of the.
French troops in the city told the cor correspondent
respondent correspondent he considered the situation
one of the gravest nature.
Called by the directors of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Development Board and a dumber
of prominent men of the state, a meet meeting
ing meeting is being held in Orlando today to
decide whether .Florida needs an ad advertising
vertising advertising campaign on a state-wide
scale, and if so, what kind of a cam campaign
paign campaign it should be, how it should be
rfinanced and by whom it should be
handled, .The Marion County Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce will be represented
at the meeting by Secretary Louis H.
ChazaL who will not commit the
chamber to any policy or plan but will
secure all the information possible
with a view to placing it before the
local organization for consideration.
f At, present the board of governors
of the Chamber of Commerce and the
secretary are inclined to the convic conviction
tion conviction that most of the communities and
counties in Florida, having limited ad advertising
vertising advertising funds and each with a story,
of its own to telL can obtain the best
results by conducting individual ad
vertising campaigns.
!" Tomorrow a meeting will be held in
Orlando for the purpose of organizing
a state organization of chambers of
commerce, secretary C nazal will not
remain for this meeting. It is not be believed
lieved believed that another state-wide organi
zation is needed at this time for the
reason that the Florida Development
Board is a state-wide body. The gov
ernors of the Chamber of Commerce
and the secretary, believe that so far
as possible duplication of effort and
expenditures should be avoided and
organizations should not be multiplied
without a real peed.
Jacksonville, Nov. 9. Prospective
exhibitors at the dog, poultry shows
at the Florida State Fair & Exposi Exposition
tion Exposition here during November 17 to 25
are being advised that entries for the
poultry and cat expositions close on
November 10, while November 11 is
the last day to qualify for the canine
show. .. -N
Indications are that these shows
will be the biggest and best" ever
held in the southeast.
The dog show the first annual A.
K. C. exposition will be staged No November
vember November 23 and 24, and many aristo aristocrats
crats aristocrats of the canine kingdom will be on
display. The show will be held tmdez
the auspices of the Jacksonville Ken Kennel
nel Kennel Club. Those desiring premium
lists and entry blanks should apply to
Mrs. Florence I. Hopkins, secretary,
box 4262. Jacksonville, Fla.
The biped thoroughbreds will be ex exhibited
hibited exhibited under the auspices of the
Jacksonville Poultry 'Association, D.
C. Stine, president and superintend superintendent.
ent. superintendent. Several thousand birds will be
on display.
The champion cat show is being ar
ranged in connection with the Jack
sonville Persian Cat Society, and the
management promises all that is best
in exclusive feline society will be ex ex-hibitedLon
hibitedLon ex-hibitedLon Nor. 23-24.
AO transportation lines 'have of
fered reduced round trip rates to
Jacksonville for the fair.
Saturday, Nor. 11th, being Armis Armistice
tice Armistice Day, the undersigned banks will
be closed for business that day.
Monroe & Chambliss NaU. Bank.
Ocala National. Bank. .-
Commercial Bank. K 8-St


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dollars are wasted annually by oar
merchants and other business houses

in advertising schemes whose only
virtue lies in the fact that the pro promoters
moters promoters are getting a lot of easy mon money.
ey. money. As real advertising many of
these schemes are absolutely worth worthless.
less. worthless. A committee of the Chamber of
Commerce or some other plan for
censoring these schemes would be one
means of keeping these grafters from
reaping their annual toll from legiti legitimate
mate legitimate channels of business. Any
scheme that is worthy need not fear
the censors.



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ijegal advertisements at legal rates.

Nine white men have lost their lives
.trying to film the Sahara Desert. Pre-
vjous to this it has been filmed in Cali California.
fornia. California. Fort Myers Press.
We have been in places where a
good imitation Sahara could have been
filmed between the railroad station
and the nearest hotel.

Maybe the Germans can build for
the United States a Zeppelin that will
prove something else than a death
trapjjut no one else has yet been able
"to do so. Times-Union.

- It's some consolation to know that

Zeppelins have so far cost Germany
' more than they have any other nation.

The announcement is made that an

aeroplane carrying thirty machine

guns which can shoot 1500 times a
minute has been developed. Thus does

the dove of peace continue to reign.

- Miami Herald.

As longas she rides in that sort of

an airship her reign is likely to con

The Ocala Star thinks the fact that
all the state institutions are in north

Florida is no argument for state divis

ion. But the fact is that where the
state institutions are there is the pie

counter. Miami Herald.

We have rather more than suspected

that the pie counter appealed to the
Herald more strongly than patriotism.

Truly the democrats won a great
victory in Tuesday's election. They
did not reverse the landslide of 1920,
but they made a considerable land landslide
slide landslide of their own.
They defeated the republicans in
President Harding's own state and
own town; they have again cemented
the Solid South; they have captured
the great state of New York; they
have gained four seats in the Senate

and probably forty in the House. Bay Bayard
ard Bayard has defeated DuPont for the Sen Senate
ate Senate in Delaware. Edwards is elected
over Frelinghuysen in New Jersey.

Copeland will succeed Calder from
New York. The great Beveridge has
been vanquished by Ralston in Indi

ana, in Massachusetts, iodge nas

escaped defeat by less than the width
of his whiskers. In Washington state,

Dill is about to succeed Pointdexter.
In Michigan,. Ferris is chasing Town Town-send
send Town-send close. Mondell, republican floor

leader in the House, wants to go to

the Senate, but may fail to overcome

Senator Kendrick. The brilliant Kel

logg may be defeated in Minnesota

by Shipstead, the farmer-labor candi

date. In Montana, Burton Wheeler,

democrat, is leading Riddick, republi

can. Republican wrecks are scattered
from the Atlantic to the Pacific.

The latest dispatches give the de democrats
mocrats democrats 205 votes in the House, and
this narrow margin for the republi republicans
cans republicans will insure the country from
much vicious legislation.
Various reasons are given for this
great reversal of public opinion, but
the real one is not hard to find. The
republicans from the president down
have been a great disappointment.
Their policy has been of the slide slide-easy,
easy, slide-easy, slippery variety The ; people
want a policy of vigor and directness.
It is the work of the democratic partj
in the next two years to find a new
man a young, strong man, who
shows indications of the ability and
bravery to defy all factions. With
such a man as presidential candidate,
the party can win in 1924.

Nov. 9, 1914. Few battles in the
history of the world have contained
the tragic and extraordinary features
which have marked the fighting in.
dense fog in northwestern France and
western s Belgium7. The troops have
been lost in midday darkness, stumb stumbling
ling stumbling into the enemy ranks, have charg charged
ed charged with fixed bayonets on fellow sol soldiers,
diers, soldiers, and in both armies volleys have
been fired by the men on their friends.
Russians are again on the offensive

on the eastern front. The number of

their massed troops is immense, and
they are steadily driving the Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians back.

Cossacks from the Caucasus are

striking down into Armenia, driving
the Turkisli' cavalry, mostly composed
of Kurds, wherever they meet them.


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with bath, including lights
. $25.00

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Next to Fire Station


General Gilchrist fought to the last
ditch for the reapportionment amend amendment.
ment. amendment. And toward the close the
Tampa and Jacksonville editors were
better able to decipher his ammuni ammunition.
tion. ammunition. St. Petersburg Times.
It's our opinion that one brave edi editor
tor editor rewrote the letter and the others
copied it. We can read the general's
letters easily, but we haven't time to
re-write them, and it doesn't pay to
give a linotype operator such copy.

The annual winter crop of advertis advertising
ing advertising fakirs promises to be a large ene
this season. A half-dozen of them
have placed their' "cash money propo propositions"
sitions" propositions" before the Star for consider consideration
ation consideration within the past ten days. If
the Marion County Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce has no committee whose duty
it is to pass upon the numerous ad advertising
vertising advertising schemes offered the business
public it would seem that one should
immediately be appointed and begin
functioning at once. Thousands of




The I'oor Sap who leans against th'
Irlhking Fountain Is Entitled to Men
ti' iYuWij: the Town Pests, for he';
ly-;:5,vs in tl-e Way. Why dopsn'; h
, !'rl; himself against a Building
r, r- Cilirnns with our Tongue;
Il.triiiig ;it :iii lap up a Drink with
out "firs-' Push'r": him Awav?

Marion county is planting orange
groves again. It used to be famous
for its fine oranges, but the "big

freeze" put it out of business in that

line, and it turned its attention in
other directions and became known

as a first class farming country. Now

it is going into fruit growing again.
Success to it. Tampa Times.
For heavensake! What's the matter
with the Times ? Marion has been
ore of the foremost agricultural coun counties
ties counties in Florida for seventy-five years
and so far from the "big freeze" put putting
ting putting its orange groves out of business,
the county was shipping oranges the
next year, and has been shipping them
ever since. There are at least thirty

thousand acres of orange grove in

Marion county, and the crop last year
far exceeded four hundred thousand
boxes. Sixty-eight thousand boxes

were shipped from Citra alone. Wake
up, Friend Times, and get acquainted
with your neighbors.
At the national agricultural confer conference
ence conference held in Washington last January
the committee report on co-operative
marketing strongly endorsed and rec recommended
ommended recommended the co-operative marketing
of farm products, pointing out that
"as a factor in marketing it eliminates
unnecessary cost, undue speculation
and waste involved in assembling,
grading, handling, storing, distribut distributing
ing distributing and marketing of farm products
so the products may be distributed at
prices which are fair and reasonable
both to the producers and the consumers."

Belleview, Nov. 9. Among the
northerners who recently returned to
Belleview are Mr. Fiebrick, Mr. and
Mrs. C. P. Dustin, Mrs. L. L. Hopkins,
Mr.' and Mrs. George Cogswell, Miss
L. Bottsford and Rev. and Mrs. Gates.
Letters from the north report Mrs.
Sands Haviland and Mrs. Bierdsley
quite ill, the reason for their late re return
turn return to Florida.' We wish for them
both a speedy recovery.
Mr. O. M. Gale has recently had his

home wired for electricity.
We are glad to report that many
who have had the dengue are recover recovering,
ing, recovering, namely, Miss Mary A. Gale, Miss
Clara Mae Crosby, Miss Hilda Mon Monroe,
roe, Monroe, Tom Hames, Miss Mary Powers,

Miss Irma Wendall, Miss Mildred

Searles and Mrs. Lf L. Hopkins Hopkins-Roy
Roy Hopkins-Roy Freeman is clerking in Mr. O
M. Gale's store.

The Belleview B. Y. P. U. enjoyed

putting on a program at Shady on
the evening of tKe 29th. About thirty

of our people were there, some of
whom spent the day, it being the fifth

Sunday, and enjoyed the services

throughout the day, with a big dinner

on the grounds for all. After the B. Y

P. U. rendered its program with Mr.

Ernest Nott as leader, nearly all re

mained and listened to one of those

good sermons rendered by Rev. Boat Boat-wright
wright Boat-wright of Ocala.

The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Baptist church held a Hal Hallowe'en
lowe'en Hallowe'en social at the town hall Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening of last week. Ice cream,
cake and candies were sold and a
goodly sum was taken in which will
go for some good cause. A large
number of out of town people were
present from Pedro, Charter Oak,
Ocala and other places.
Mrs. M. A. Hilton had the misfor misfortune
tune misfortune of tripping and falling on a rug
in her home Saturday. Although no
bones were broken it made her quite
Miss Ivah Hall enjoyed her fifteenth
birthday by giving a party at her
home Saturday evening. Many games
were played and at a late hour re refreshments
freshments refreshments of ice cream and cake
were served.
Rev. Martin of Island Grove preach preached
ed preached at the Baptist church Sunday.
Mr. R. L. Sumner -has recently pur purchased
chased purchased a new Studebaker car.
Mrs. Leo B. Hames returned to her
work in Jacksonville Sunday after
two weeks vacation spent at home
with her husband and mother.


Are installing RADIANTF1RE gas heaters in their
fire places. This new and revolutionary gas heating
appliance make3 the fire place a source of real comfort
at a small price, and there's no bother. "'Radiant.
Rays" project 90, per cent! of their warmth' straight
into the room. r


Exclusive photograph of James E.
Payne of Washington, who is declared
to be the oldest man yet to be initiated
into a Masonic lodge, at the age of
eighty-two years. Mr. Payne has long
been a resident of Washington, but ex expects
pects expects to spend the rest of his life In
Dallas. Tex.

Is growing in popularity every
day among Ocalans. It is also
being shipped to every part of
the state. It is sold under a
guarantee. Try a five gallon
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
Phone 167

Burns for hours at the cost of a shovel full of coal
It is Odorless, Ashless, Smokeless and Dustless.
' '' :
Ocala Gas Company

Harrington Hall Block

Ft King Avenue

Atranscontinental journey inAus inAus-tialia
tialia inAus-tialia by rail from Perth to Brisbane
involves five changes due to break in
gauge. The distance is 3,480 miles
with the greater part of the railway
n.ileage constructed on the 3 feet, 6
inch gauge.

1921 Special 6 Studebaker Touring
1920 Buick 6 Touring
1920 Buick 6 Touring
Repainted, New Top and in Al condition.
Ford Coupe



President Harding has just appoint appointed
ed appointed Walter N. Cohen, negro, to the of office
fice office of comptroller of customs for the
post of New Orleans. It is one of the
most lucrative federal positions in the
South, paying $5000 per year. But
the South does not approve of such
appointments. Plant City Courier.
' Harding isn't getting anything out
of the South. Such appointments are
made to keep the negroes in line in
republican conventions- and doubtful
northern states, where they have a
large vote.

There will be a meeting of the Boy
Scouts at 7:30 Friday" night. I am
telling you early as this meeting is
important and I want every scout
there, especially those who are inter interested
ested interested in merit abdges.
A. R. CassO, S. M.

Blitchton, Nov. 8. About fifteen of
our people attended a football game
in Ocala Saturday afternoon.
" Mr. Looms Blitch spent Sunday
with his mother, Mrs. Dollie Blitch.
Rev. and Mrs. 'A. E. Burnette and
sons were dinner guests of Mrs. Dillie
Blitch Sunday.
Rev. Burnette preaehed at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church Sunday afternoon, his
subject being "The Two Roads."
There was baptizing immediately aft after
er after the church service.
Miss Josie Parrish spent the week weekend
end weekend in Ocala.
Our basketball team played th
girls basketball team of Morriston
Friday afternoon at Fellowship. The
result was 44 to 4, in favor of the
home team.


Fort McCoy, Nov. 8. Many thanks
to the weather man for the warm sun sunshine
shine sunshine and refreshing showers of the
toast week.
Miss Annie McRae is in Martel vi
iting her aunt, Mrs. Calvin Barker.
Mr. Lee Hogan and family spent
Snnday with their parents, Mr. and
5lrs..R. A. Hogan.
Quite a number of the Fort McCoy
people have taken an interest in the
colored folks' church the past week.
Miss Elizabeth Farris, who attend attended
ed attended school in Citra at the beginning of
the term, is now attending the Fort
McCoy school.
Rev. Hard ester of Anthony will
hold his regular appointment at the
Eureka Baptist church the second
Sunday in November. He will be glad
to see very body out, especially the
Fort McCoy people.

The package suggests it.
Your taste confirms it
The sales prove it.
Over 7 billion sold yearly

T Convenient padtag
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Liggett & Mytrs Tobacco Co.


8TAT. WITH, i THE i LORD i The
lord Is with you, while ye be with
tfmr'and If ye seek him, be will be
found of 70a; but If ye: forsake him,
e will forsake yon. 2 Chronicles
B: t.
'Used Ford coupe and sedan coupe.
Just likenew. Will give terms or
trade. 8-6t MACK TAYLOR.

I have moved my shoe repair shop
- to Gold street, east of the Anthony
road. I am better prepared than
ever before to give you good service.
Those-in need of my services will
please bring in their work and call
for same. H. H. SUMMERLIN,
11-3-m Boot and Shoe Repairer.

A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. tf
Albert's Plant food is the thing for
making your flower garden and pot
plants bloom. It is odorless and is
sold in 25c.' and 10c, packages and ?2
sacks. At the Court Pharmacy, tf
Plumbing & Electrical
Full line of material always
in stock. Estimtaee cheerfully'
given. 1
... TherelTa.t ime Tor. all thtngsV
It's now time to have your
car painted and topped. The
fall season's here and a paint H
job done now will stay a year.
Bring your car to us and be
satisfied. When better paint
jobs are done Spencer-Ped-rick
Motor Company will do
them. ' '
Geo. Hay Ho.
Ocala, Fla.
'Arrival and departure of passenger
The following schedule figures pub pubis
is pubis hed as information and, not guar guar-ateed.
ateed. guar-ateed. (Eastern Standard Time)
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg . 2:27 ;jn
2:27 am Jacksonville 2:15 am
1:45 pm Jacksonville 3:24 pm
8:24 pm St. Petersburg 1:25 pm
6:15 am Jacksonville 9:00 pro
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:16 pm
7:10 am (p) Wilcox 6:45 pm
7:25 am (j) Lakeland 11:03 pm
:(p)Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
5) Tuesday, Thursdays Saturday.
Leave for Station : -Arrive from
2:34 am Jacksonville-N'York 1:55 am
t :50 pm Jacksonville 1:15 pm
4:06 pm Jacksonville 4:06 pm
am St. -Petersburg 2:34 am
2:55 am NTTork-St. Petrsburg 1:35 am
1:55 am Tampa ; 2:34 am
1:35 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsburg 4:05 pro
Careful estimates made on all eon eon-tract
tract eon-tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
ontractor in the city.

Nccdham Motor Co. J



If you have any news items for this
department, phone five-one.
Mrs. Sam Leigh, who has been
away for the past six weeks, is now in
Washington, D. C, and is expected
home in a few days.
Miss Byrd Wartmann left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Boston. After a visit there
with friends she will go to New York,
returning home about the first of
The more our customers see of our
methods of handling fresh meats, the
better we like it. Come to see us.
Main Street Market. Phone 108. tf
We can supply your wants in the
fresh meat, poultry and vegetable line
on short notice. Try us. Phone 108.
Main Street Market. 1-tf
Mrs. Charles Marshall, who has been
spending the past four months at her
former home near Cincinnati, will
probably arrive in Ocala the latter
part of next week.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Hood and Mr.
W. K. Zewadski are looking forward
with pleasure to a visit from Mr. and
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski Jr. and two
children and Mr. Guy Zewadski of
Tampa, who will spend Thanksgiving
in Ocala as their guests.
W. K. Lane, M.D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear,. nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocsla, Fla. k V tf
We call the attention of the dancing
set to the receipt of a shipment of
patent kid lace dancing oxfords.
Rheinauer & Co., men's department.
Mr. B. A. Weathers, who has been
spending the past two months with his
sonst.Mr. Neil, Weathers and Mr. B. A.
Weathers Jr. in New York, is expected
home, about the 15th. His daughter,
Mrs. George Ford, of Jacksonville, will
arrive about the same time to get the
Weathers home in readiness for her
father's coming.
Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in 25c, 50c. and $2 packages at the
Court Pharmacy. 18-tf
Just received Orient pastry flour,
the best to be had, and Mother's Self
Rising flour, .none better. Cook's
Market & Grocery. 6-6t
Mrs. A. M. Withers was hostess
yesterday afternoon at the regular
weekly meeting of the "A" Club. Auc Auction
tion Auction was enjoyed during the afternoon
hours after which' refreshments oce
cream and cake were served by the
hostess. Miss Mary Burford was pre
sen ted with the visitors' prize, a box
of colored sealing wax, Mrs. R. L.
Anderson Jr., of the club members,
was awarded a pretty crystal bud
vase and Mrs. Edmund Martin re
ceived the consolation. There were
three tables of players and beside the
members others present were Mrs
Parker Painter, Misses Mary Bur
ford and Nettie Camp.
Just received, Orient pastry flour,
the best to be had, and Mother's Self
Rising flour, none better. Cook's
Market & Grocery. 6-6t
We call the attention of the dancing
set to the receipt of a shipment of
patent kid lace dancing oxfords
Rheinauer & Co., men's department.
Conner, Nov. 7. Mrs. Henry
Heinemanand little girl and Mrs. A.
H. Heineman were visitors in Ocala
P. T. Randall has returned from an
extended stay in Jacksonville, where
he went for medical treatment.
The foundations have been laid for
a new residence at Conner to be oc
cupied later by Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Stuart Wallace and wife of Haw
thorn, were visiting home folks Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, and Sunday.
W. H. Garrettson went to Ocala
Monday on matters of business.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jones accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Moore of An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, attended services at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church the past Sunday.
The "box social" at the high school
building Saturday evening was mite
a success in every way. A large
erowd was present and in addition to
the sale of the boxes, ice dream and
cake were served throughout the eve evening,
ning, evening, netting a neat sum for athletics.
Supt. H. G. Shealy, Mrs. Shealy and
Miss Shealy and M. P. Geiger, rural
school inspector for the state, came
out from Ocala for the entertainment
at the high school Saturday evening.
Khaki coats for your outing and
hunting, just received at E. C. Jor Jordan's.
dan's. Jordan's. 76t


(Evening Star Nov. 9, 1912)
Mf. H. E. Hudnell died this morn morning
ing morning at Electra. He was one of Mar Marion
ion Marion county's oldest and most highly re respected
spected respected citizens- He was 65 years
old and leaves a widow and five chil children.
dren. children. The members of Fort King Camp,
W. O. W-, held a well attended meet
ing at their hall last evening and after
business had been attended to par partook
took partook of an oyster supper at Dewey's.
Mr. L. H. Chazal is doing good
work on the Columbia, S. C, State, his
thoughtful and thought producing ar
ticles often appearing on the editorial
Ocala Lodge No. 19, K. of P. expects
a visit Monday evening from Grand
Chancellor Hilton S. Hampton, and
all members are urged to be present.
The Ocala Rifles returned last night
from Jacksonville, where they have
been doing strenuous duty for the
past ten days. The boys have had a
hard time of it, having a harrassing
duty to perform, and being kept con-
stantlv on the watch to nrotect nron- I
erty from rioters- What made their
w m X JT I
duty harder was that they were ex
posed to alt kinds of insults and some-
personal injury from strike sympa
thizers, who almost made the mistake I
of taking their spite out on the sol
diers. -The Ocala company performed I
its duty right up to par value and won I
the approval of its Officers and the
cordial appreciation of its comrades.
1 have cut the price of strand wood
75 cents on the cord, as I am com
pelled to get it off the land. Four-
foot wood $3.50 per cord. Phone 471.
E Gibbons. N. Osceola St. 16-tf
The Girls' Auxiliary of the Baptist
church will hold an important meet meeting
ing meeting Friday, at 4 o'clock, at the church.
Mrs. R. H. Floyd, Counsellor.
Anthony, Nov. 9. Mr. Floyd Mar- J
tin of Suwanee Valley, spent Thurs
day and Friday night with his aunt,
Mrs. C. Milligan
Mr. J. H. Harvey spent Thursday of
last week in Jacksonville with his
daughter, Mrs. Florence Gordon
Messrs. James Dixon and Ralph
Manning left for Lake Wales Wed
nesday of last week.
Miss Alva Gates of Jacksonville and
Mrs. N. K. Higginbotham of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville are visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Gates.
Mrs. B. K. Padgett spent a few
days in Jacksonville this week.
Mrs. H. C. Chestnut and two chil-
dren spent Sunday and Monday with
relatives in Hawthorn,
Miss Donnie Griffin of Jacksonville
has been visiting her mother, Mrs. A
B. Griffin.
Prof. Lindsey made an interesting
talk at the Methodist church Sunday
Mrs. S. J. McQuaig, who was called
to Dunnellon on account of the sick
ness of her daughter, Mrs. G. W
Wood, returned home Saturday. Mrs
Wood accompanied her mother home,
Mr. and Mrs. Hollie Milligan' en
tertained relatives from Jacksonville
last week
Mrs. W. N. Fielding left Sunday
for Cfainesville, where her son, Mr.
James Fielding is ill.
Mrs. J. R. Harmon of Tampa ar
rived Monday for a visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Lamb
The Marion County Baptist Asso
ciation will meet at the Anthony Bap
tist church Friday, Saturday and Sun-
day. A number of delegates are ex-J
pected and everyone is looking for-
ward to some good services. All are j
invited to come and bring well filled
baskets as dinner will be on the
grounds each day.
in last week s issue was an item
stating that Mr. V. A. Sumner had
purohased the club house and convert
ed it into a garage. Since that writ
ing we have learned that Mr. J. A.
Talton is a partner of Mr. Sumner in
this new business.
Ocala Rebekah Lodge No. 63 will
meet tonight at 7:30 in the Odd Fel
lows hall. Meeting nights, first and
third Thursdays of each month. All
members are requested to be present.
Visitors cordially invited.
Mrs. M. A. Ten Eyck, N. G.
Mrs. A. M. Gibbons, Secretary.
Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, will
meet at the residence of Mrs. E. L.
Carney tomorrow afternoon at three
o'clock. Mrs. R. B. Bullock,
Recording Secretary.
The weak and the strong enjoy eat eating
ing eating the best fresh meats obtainable.
That's the kind to be found at the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. tf

Sudden Desire to Ses How the Thsr
mometer Stood Might Havs
Had an Explanation.
He kicked off his wet shoes, slid bis
tired feet Into -a pair of carpet slip
pers, lit his pipe,
sat down In the
easy chair, and
declared that
nothing could
make him stir
from the house
till next morning.
"Henry, said
his wife, "you
posted that letter
I gave you this
morning, I suppose?"
"I did, my love, he answered un-
T Afilra1 mnthw tn nnsfrutna Y&r
Tlslt for a wbJle. W8 wlfe went on.
Vnn coo
Henry did so. His wife saw, too.
What she saw was the tired man jump
from his 'chair, kick off his slippers,
put on his shoes and skip out Into
the murky street.
And when, five minutes later, Henry
returned with the tale that he had
inot hoo c iin- ty rharmnmt&r
outside the postofflce stood, she
Explanation, However, Must Havs
Been Cold Comfort for Young
American Lady.
"The butler In a Scotch family,'
says an American of that extraction,
'occupies a privileged and unique posi
tion. He sometimes assumes a free
dom of speech that seems to American
ears to border on impertinence; but
to those who know him hn frank
speech Is only one of the many evi evidences
dences evidences of his Interest In the family
"A young American woman was the
guest at a house where a butler of that
sort reigns. She submitted to bis
patronage with much amusement; bat
one day there were unexpected and
important guests for dinner, and a lit-
tle while before the meal was served
the butler waylaid the young American
In the hall..
"I'm fearin' there'll no be quite
enough soup," he whispered, so when
it's offered, ye maun decline It, lass.'
"'Decline soup, James?" she said,
laughing, "why, that would not be
"'Well not, precisely,' said James,
with a benignant smile, but they'U
a make excuse for ye, thinkln ye ken
nae better.'" Philadelphia Ledger.
Image Puzzles Antiquarians.
Dug up In Southfields, Eng., a weird
little stone figure baffles experts as to
its origin. It Is of flint, of a reddish
Image of some kind. The lower part
of the body Is, unfortunately, miss missing,
ing, missing, as well as portions of the arms,
but the carving of the face Is quite
clear, though of primitive workman workmanship.
ship. workmanship. Authorities at the British mu museum
seum museum are vague as to Its origin, but
are of the opinion that It Is a relic
of post-medieval times. The soil in
which the Image was discovered is of
London clay, and is on the site of a
pond which not many years ago was
drained for housing purposes.
Queer "Ornamentation."
The natives of the South Sea Is
lands bore holes in the lobes of their
ears, which gradually stretch until
they reach down to their shoulders.
In these openings are Inserted such ar
ticles as pipes, etc. Anything which
comes their way, for which they can cannot
not cannot Imagine a use, they are fond of
suspending round their seeks. China
door handles, cartridge cases, wheels
of alarm clocks, are often "worn" In
tfifo twrav rtnn iBianrfpr hnj hMn on-
8erve(i wearing the leg of a couch
complete wlth .ts caster round his
Belligerent Rooster.
A big black Minorca rooster, full-
bred and owned by a chicken fancier
at Orwlgsburg, Pa., the other day at
tacked a little four-year-old girl. Inflict
ing wounds, scars of which will be car
ried for life. The rooster knocked
her down and thrust itsspurs into her
forehead at the upper part of her nose.
Just between the eyes. Her screams
brought help just in time to save the
child's eyes.
Favored by St. Valentine.
An Ontario reader says: "Mr. and
Mrs. Watson were married on St, Val Valentine's
entine's Valentine's day three years ago. The fol
lowing St. Valentine's day a daugh
a. n-o a hnt-n The SOOOnd Child. &1SO A
daughter was born St, Valentine'. rUd.
rar. The naDDV counie are receiving
congratulations on the happy coinci
" -
Eight Children at' One Sfrth.
The President of the republic of
Mexico sent 5750 t Senora Enriquita
Rulbo of Tampico, Mexico, because
she recently gave birth to eightchll eightchll-dren
dren eightchll-dren in one day. None of the babes
survived, however.
Remember This Bird.
"My dad likes the old songs. Tin
trying to get one for him, but I can't
think of Its name."
- "Do you knW what It Is about?"
"About some bird who llTed In a
Xllded caee." Judfe.

243 and 174

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Notice is hereby given that on the
15th day ot November. 1922, the under undersigned
signed undersigned will apply to the governor of
the state of Florida, at Tallahassee.
Florida, for letters patent incorporat incorporating
ing incorporating the CENTRAL, FLORIDA GROVE
CORPORATION, under the following
proposed charter.
The undersigned, desiring to procure
letters patent under the laws of Flor Florida
ida Florida applicable to corporations for
profit, do hereby associate ourselves to together
gether together for such purposes, and hereby
make and publish this as our proposed
charter for the proposed corporation.
The name of this corporation shall
PORATION, and its (principal place of
business shall be Ocala, Marion county.
Florida, .but it -may establish Ibranch
offices at such place or places as the
board of directors .may determine.
The general nature of the business or
businesses to be conducted toy this cor corporation
poration corporation is:
(a), to purcnase, own, sen, lease.
hold, cultivate, improve and de develop
velop develop groves, orchards, farms,
gardens and all other kinds of
real "property ;
To produce and deal tn all kinds
of fruits, vegetables and all
kinds of agricultural and horti horticultural
cultural horticultural iproducts, both at whole wholesale
sale wholesale and retail, on commission or
To own, buy. sell and deal in all
kinds of personal property;
To buy, own and sell stock in
other corporations; .to ipurchase
and retire stock in this corpora corporation;
tion; corporation; to buy, own and sell pat-'
ents, copyrights and trade trademarks;
marks; trademarks; x
To contract and- be contracted
with for"the purpose of carrying
out any of the purposes of this
corporation, and to do whatever
is necessary to enhance the value
of the corporation's property:
To borrow and lend money, tak taking
ing taking and giving therefor such
notes or other obligations that
may be required or demanded;
Generally, to do any and all
things necessary and legal for
the carrying out the purposes ror
which this corporation is created.
Capital Stock
The total authorized capital stock ox
this corporation shall be Fifty Thou Thousand
sand Thousand Dollars 50.000.00). divided into
Five Hundred shares of the par vaiue
of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) each,
all or any wart of which may be pay
able- to cash, or in property, labor or
services at a Just valuation therefor to
be fixed by the board of directors at a
meeting or at meetings caiiea xor sue?
rrwe total aumonseu v-ai
shall toe divided into two classes, that
is to say:- 2 vj. ',
(IV. One hundred (iwj nares ox
Preferred eight per cent- cumu cumulative
lative cumulative non-participating stock;
(2). Four hundred : (400) shares of
Common stock.
The holders -of the First Preferred
capital stock shall be entitled, out of
any and all surplus net profits when whenever
ever whenever declared by tha iboard of directors,
to cumulative dividends at the xate of
but not exceeding eight per cent- per
annum for each and every year from
the Issue of said etock. payable an annually,
nually, annually, quarterly, or semi-annually as
may be fixed by the by-laws of the
Corporation, to preference and priority
to the payment" of any dividend on the
Common stock. Any. first Preferred
etock issued between dividend dates
shall be entitled to a dividend at the
rate aforesaid for the broken period.
In th event of the dissolution of the
corporation or of the distribution of
the assets or any portion thereof by
anital. the holders of
the First Preferred capital stock shall be
entitled to receive and be paid out or
the surplus funds of the corporation or
of the distribution of the assets or any
j portion thereof distributed
h unpaid amaenos ac
i Bum v o - .
AnrthinK shall foe
paid therefrom to the holders of the
Common stock. The bolder of the
tti.- -Dr.on-ttH anital stock shall not
..Hti tn nv farther snare tn the
profits of the corporation or to any
further payment in the event of a a-n-
Aittrihntion or assets by
way of return of capital than as bove
provided, me amueouo
First Preferred capital stock shall be
cumulative, and If the dividend be not
fully paid in any year, ma uiiur..u v.
the deficiency, as the case may be.
shall be made up and paid from tie
profits in the subsequent Tears, and no
dividend shall be declared or paid on
the remaining stock until e-uch unpaid
dividend or deficiency, a the case may
be has een fully made up and paid.-
The corporation shall have the option
of retiring or redeeming the First Pre Preferred
ferred Preferred l tk in whole or to part at any
time after Issuance, on any dividend

date, in any amount and manner as
shall be provided by the board of direc directors,
tors, directors, at the par value of said stock and'

accrued unpaid dividends thereon. To
entitle the corporation to exercise Its
option of retirement or redemption of
any of the preferred stock of this cor cor-portion
portion cor-portion .as hereinabove provided it
must mail thirty days' notice of its In- -tention
so to do to the last known ad address
dress address of the stockholder whose stock
is to be retired or redeemed.
The Common stock shall be subject
to the prior rights of-the holders of
the First Preferred etock as herein hereinabove
above hereinabove declared.
In no event shall any dividend be de declared
clared declared and paid under circumstances
which would impair the capital stock
of this corporation and in no event
shall any of the preferred stock be re redeemed
deemed redeemed for cash under such circum circumstances
stances circumstances which would produce Impair Impairment
ment Impairment of the capital stock of this cor corporation.
poration. corporation. ARTICLE TV.
. Term
( This corporation shall exist for a
term of ninety-nine years.
The business of this corporation
shall be conducted by a president, a
vice-president, a secretary and a treas treasurer,
urer, treasurer, any two of which offices, except
the offices of president and vice-president,
may be beld by one and the same"
person, and by a iboard of directors
consisting of not less than three nor
more than seven members. The stock stockholders
holders stockholders shall elect the board ef direc directors
tors directors at their annual meetings and all
other officers shall be elected by the
board of directors at its annual meet meetings
ings meetings The annual meetings of this cor corporation
poration corporation shall be held on the first Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday In July of each year. The following
officers shall conduct the business of
this corporation- until those elected at
the first annual meeting shall be quali qualified:
fied: qualified: President, M. w. Lloyd, vice vice-president,
president, vice-president, J. C. Blasingame; secretary
and treasurer, H. Alison Wartmann.
Directors, M. W. Lloyd, J. C Bias-
lngame and H. Alison Wartmann.
' Indebtedness N
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
can at any time subject itself Is Fifty
Thousand Dollars, (J50.000.00).
The names and residences of the
subscribers and the amount of the cap capital
ital capital stock subscribed for by each, are
as follows:
iM. W. Lloyd, Ocala, Florida, 20 shares
of First Preferred stock, 20 shares .of
Common stock.
J C. Blasingame, Ashland, Va.. 10
shares of First Preferred stock,. 6
shares of Common stock.
H. Alison Wartmann, Ocala, Florida,
20 shares of First Preferred stock, 20
shares of Common stock.
Oa this day personally appeared be before
fore before me M. W. Lloyd, J. C. Blasingame
and H. Alison Wartmann, each of. whom
being to me well known and known to
me to be the individuals who signed
the foregoing proposed charter -of the
Central Florida Grove Corporation and
pach acknowledged to me that he sign
ed the same for the uses and purposes
therein set forth and expressed.
My commission expires, on the Uth,
day of March, A. D. 1925.
witnAsa -m v hand and official seal at
Ocala, Florida, this the sth day of No
vember, A, -U. 1ZZ.
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If you have any local or society
items for the Star, phone five-one.

Mr. W. M. Gist of Mcintosh spent
'yesterday and today in Ocala.


Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Stiles of Peoria,
I1L, are in the city for a few days.

Prepare for Fair Week. Go to
FISHEL'S for your Dry Goods, Shoes,
Hats, Ladies' Coats, Hosiery and
Men's Pants at reduced prices during
November. 9-3t

J. T. Burgess of Blitchton was a
welcome visitor at the Star office to today.
day. today.

Mr. Chas. K. 3age is in attendance
on the Western Union convention in

Mrs. Sara T. Weatherly died last
night at 7 o'clock at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. W. T. Freer. She was
the widow of the late Caroval Weath Weatherly
erly Weatherly of tJreenville, Ala. She was born
in Greenville, Butler county, Oct. 1,

1847, and was raised there and later
married there, she and her husband
being among the old settlers of that
county. She ha3 made her home with
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Preer for the
past twelve years, comin gto Ocala
with them when they moved here. Mrs.




Wednesday, Nov. 8, being Frederick
Winer's birthday, he being twenty-one
years old, bis mother conceived the
novel and unique idea of giving him a
remembrance of this special occasion.
Mrs. Winer invited. to a 7 o'clock
dinner Frederick's former employers,
Mr. Baxter Cam, Mr. H. A. Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, Mr. C. C. Simpson, Mr. G. C.

Pasteur; Mr. J. R. Preer and Mr. W.

P. Preer, the latter, however, not be being
ing being present on account of the critical
illness of Mrs. Preer's mother, Mr.

Everwear Hosiery just received at
FISHEL'S. 9-3t

John Z. Reardon, an ex-Ocala boy,
now one of the state's auditors, is in
the city checking up the county officials.

Just received Orient pastry flour,
the. best to be had, and Mother's Self
Rising flotny none better. Cook's
Market & Grocery. 6-6t
Ratines, lovely shades. FISHEL'S.
Mrs. Kate Clements went to An Anthony
thony Anthony .today to attend the Baptist
convention and while there she will be
the guest of Mrs. T. P. Jones.

Weatherly had been in bad health for and Mrs. S. M. Lummus," who were
many months and several times her also unable to attend on account of
life was despaired of, but she rallied Mr. Lummus' illness, Marion Lummus
each time until last night when she and Frances Lummus, and three dear
closed her eyes in that sleep from old lady friends, who have been Fred's
which there is no awakening. Mrs. friends and. pals for twenty-one years,

Weatherly was a true home loving his grandmother, Mrs. L. J. Lummus,
woman, hardly ever leaving home, but Mrs. Mattie Pyles and Mrs. Mary
her sweet disposition won many Shuey. Mrs. Winer sent Frederick

friends who will grieve at her loss, Ion an errand to Mrs. Shuey's, and
and who offer sincere sympathy to the 1 while he. was away the other guests

bereaved family. She is moured by arrived.

four daughters, Mrs. Walter Preer of I Mrs. Shuey had baked him a beau

this city, Mrs. F. R. Rivers of Birm-jtiful and delicious birthday cake with

ingham, Ala., Mrs. Ula Bennett of

Clay City, Ala., and Mrs. Pattison of

Flag City, Arizona. The funeral serv services
ices services were held from the Preer resi-

the appropriate twenty-one candles

and all decorated. So of course she

had to accompany him home to. bring

the cake. Imagine his complete sur-

dencethis afternoon, Rev. C.'W. White 1 prise to find those other guests pres pres-of
of pres-of the Methodist church officiating. I ent. Mr. and Mrs. Winer proved ideal

Interment was made in Greenwood I host and hostess to their son's guests


The toiiowmg gentlemen acted as

pall bearers: Messrs. Ben Rheinauer,

H. v A. Waterman, J. J. Gerig, G. S.

Scott, Mack Taylor and Russell Dehon.

Ratines, lovely shades. FISHEL'S.

Prepare for Fair Week. Go to
FISHEL'S for your Dry Goods, Shoes,
Hats, Ladies' Coats, Hosiery and
Men's Pants at reduced prices during
November. 9-3t

The Star is glad to note that Mrs.

Leon Mason, who has been ill for the

past ten days, is out again.



(RATES under thia heading are as
tol'twa: Maximum of, six lines one time
25c; three times 50c, six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable In
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
WANTED Two or three roomers,
with or without board. Rates reas reasonable.
onable. reasonable. Phone 543. Mrs. Geo. F.
Young, 512 E. 8th street, opposite
high school building. ll-9-6t

Mr. A. L. Lucas seems to have the

long distance record for receiving

radio messages for amateur operators

in this section. Last night at 11:30

(8:30 Pacific time) he was for a time

in communication with Los Angeles

cani., and listened to the program

Let us supplx your groceries. Reas- I broadcasted by KJH, the Los Angeles

or able prices and prompt delivery our Times. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas both en en-slogan.
slogan. en-slogan. Main Street Market. Phone joyed the concert,' a portion of which

ivo. x-u i was some sniendid Hawaiian music.

Even the announcements could be dis

til? I tinctly heard. Mr. Lucas today mailed

a letter to the Times, under seal of a

notary, telling of his feat, which he

believes to be a record breaker .for

long distance with an amateur appar




WANTED Position by young lady.
Have had experience as clerk and

cashier and some office work. Ap- j

FOR SALE Dodge touring; in Al
shape; new tires. Just been over

hauled. Price $350. Can give terms. I

F. E. Denton, care the Ocala Steam

Laundry. 8-6t
FOR RENT Rooms -newly furnished,
in best section near church and
theater: apartments to suit. Rates

reasonable, by day, week or month.
Phone 631, or 316 E. Ft. King. 8-6t
ed rooms for light housekeeping for
rent. Can give immediate posses possession.
sion. possession. Call at 803 East Second, or
phone 250. ll-8-3t
.WANTED Position as bookkeeper
or clerk, by young lady. Experi-:
enced clerk. Phone 616 or address

215 N. Mam street. 7-6t
- S T" fi A T T1 T VI

uk o-aijjii practically brand new
Buick six touring car; looks like ;
'just off show room fjoor; carefully
driven only 2700 miles. Price $1200.
Liberal terms. McLeod & Waters,
the Studebaker dealers. Phone No. i
170. 7-6t
FOR RENT Furnished apartment, j
Phone 578 or apply at 603 E. Sec- I
ond street. 7-6t j
FOR RENT Mrs. A. M. Perry's five- ;
room house on Fifth street now oc- -;
cupied by G. B. Overton; furnished.
Apply to R. N. Dosh, 702 E. Fourth
TYPEWRITERS Some bargains in
Oliver, Royal and Corona typewrit- ;
ers at THE BOOK SHOP. 4-6t
a Burroughs large size adding ma machine,
chine, machine, same as new. THE BOOK j

SHOP. 4-6t
FOR SALE Six room, two-story
house, wit hone-quarter acre corner
lot; modern conveniences and soft
water. A bargain. 'Phone 496, W.
W. Condon. 4-6t


Maybe you hear those little
squeaking noises in the running
of your car. If so, you'd bet better
ter better have us listen to them for
you they may be serious. We
are experts in repairing elec electrical
trical electrical troubles.

James Engesser
Phons 238 Night Phone 533
121 West Broadway

New Hats weekly. FISHEL'S. 3t

Mr. and Mrs. John Pasteur and Mrs

Thomas Pasteur and baby went to

Lake Weir today to visit Mr. and Mrs.

Ernest Lytle- for a week.


Tokio. With all the drastic mili

tary and naval reductions that may be

realized, the question of naval fuel
pending before the government will

remain as far from solution as before,
states an authority. The government

ong has been striving for the realiza

tion of self-sufficiency, but what with
the gradual dimimshment of the an annual
nual annual output in this country and with

the waning prospects of the oil possi

bilities now under experimental ex exploitation,
ploitation, exploitation, the government will for a

ong time yet have to cling to the old 1

policy of hoarding imported oil, this

authority said.

The domestic output amounted some

years ago to about 450,000 tons per
annum, but the amount has dropped
to less than 300,000 tons. So consider considerable
able considerable a portion of this output is refined

into lighting oil that very little fuel

can be obtained out of this limited

domestic product. The repeated ex experimental
perimental experimental boring in the oil fields in

Formosa has completely failed and

the similar attempt in Saghalien has,

so far been attended with no more re

assuring result. Under these circum

stances the government has decided to
employ several additional special serv service
ice service vessels for the import of fuel oil,
mostly from Borneo. The imports

from America this year amount al already
ready already to 100,000 tons and from Borneo
to 350,000 tons.

There's no ice in the refrigerator. But there's food, plenty -of it.
. Yet it's a picture of a refrigerator owned by a housewife who
thinks she is "saving" by keeping costly food in an uniced refrig refrigerator.
erator. refrigerator. She stops taking ice at hot summer's end; she thinks cold
weather sufficient protection.
And it would cost her only a few cents a day to make sure that
the food is protected.
Ocala Ice & Packing Company

Everwear Hosiery just received at

FISHEL'S. 9-3t

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Durand. who had

intended to go to Yalaha lasC Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, postponed their departure until

today. They expect to return home






I Under 12

A'lii'ts 75, including War tax

"O, where did you get that lovely

hat, Mrs. Barnard? At Fishel's. And,
my goodness! I never realized how

many dollars I could save until I start started
ed started buying there. I can get two hats

for the price formerly paid for one. 3t



Mrs. G. B. Stein, who has been

spending the past two weeks in Lake

City with her father, Mr. D. J. Rivers,
is expected home Sunday.

Everwear Hosiery just received at

FISHEL'S. 9-3t


50 FUEl. SAVED Whether you
use a gas or oil stove the Spengler
Cooker will save half your fuel bill.
You can save the price of the Spen Spengler
gler Spengler in a few weeks. Let me dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate it. Mrs. H. P. Johnson,
704 Wenona street. 3-6t
FOR RENT A house lately renovat renovat-.
. renovat-. ed throughout, on the north side of
Oklawaha avenue; also rooms for
' rent on Oklawaha avenue. Apply
to Mrs. O. T. Green, 605 E. Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha Ave. Phone 383. 2S-tf








4' UilMi IW-iWA-iii-U

In the notice on another page of

today's paper the reporter erred in
stating that the "A" Club was enter entertained
tained entertained by Mrs. Withers. Mrs. W. M.
Palmer was the hostess.

1 WMi$

Street Parade 10:30 A. M.




- '71


New Hats weekly. FISHEL'S. 3t

The county judge has issued the

following marriage licenses: To. J.
B. Cochran, Oklawaha, and Miss Clara

Hogan, Ocala; to Raymond Sanders

and Miss Gracie Griggs of Lynne. The
former couple were married by the

j judge in his office.

Prepare for Fair Week. Go to
FISHEL'S for your Dry Goods, Shoes,
Hats, Ladies' Coats, Hosiery and
Men's Pants at reduced prices during
November. 9-3t

. The following announcement is be being
ing being received in Ocala: "Mr. and Mrs.

j James Hubert Noland announce the

arrival of James Hubert Noland Jr. on
Oct. 23, 1922, Columbia, S. C." Mrs.
Noland before her marriage was Miss
Alice Campbell, and has many friends
in Ocala, where she made her home
for several years.

Sheriff Thomas returned this morn morning
ing morning from New York city, where he
went after "Little Jeff" Sharum, but
came back without him. The federal
authorities will try Sharum for some
of his many sins on the 20th, and if

lihe is acquitted will turn him over to

Florida. Little Jeff was tried in a
federal court some months ago and
got off with $2500 fine.

New Hats weekly. FISHEL'S. 3t

Large deposits of coal have been
discovered on Lake Tanganyika in

j Belgian Congo.





Fre sh Milk
W a h t e d!
We are in need of a quantity of Fresh Milk;
as our output is increasing daily. Cash seK
tlement every Monday morning for previous
v week's supply. '.
Marion Crry Co!
Katherine E. Pyles, Manager


Clean steel knives and
forks, remove stains and


grease with

CIsans Sccurs Pollshss

Large cake
No waste

Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51


It is not necessary to buy a high high-priced
priced high-priced roadster to get maximum com comfort.
fort. comfort. Comfort is a matter of correct
design. Comfort is built into the
Studebaker Light-Six.
The seat is placed at just the right
angle for relaxation and is provided with
big, fat cushions, upholstered in genuine
leather. The semi-elliptic springs are
long, strong and resilient.
There is ample luggage space tender
the rear deck plenty of room for every everything
thing everything you may want to carry.
Vibration, which is ,so destructive to
motor cars, is practically eliminated by
the perfect balance of the motor. This
is largely due to the fact that the crank

shaft and connecting rods are machined
on all surfaces, an exclusive Studebaker
practice for cars at anywhere near the
Light-Six price.
Economy of operation is increased by
valves inclined at a 20-degree angle and
by the internal hot spot.
This handsome roadster is a quality
car throughout. Itis sold at $975 only be because
cause because of complete manufacture, in large
volume, in one of the most modern and
complete motor car plants ia the world.
Middlemen's profits are thus elimi eliminated,
nated, eliminated, and the sayings are passed on to you.
The Light-Six Roadster well upholds
Studebaker's 70-year reputation for de dependability
pendability dependability and dollar-for-dollar value.

AUracti re cowl light. Thief -proof trmsmiaaion lock. Cowl Teet3tor. Stoc cuital
opening with tine doorm. Large pltg-gl window in rear curtain. InairU and oatsida door
fcanrfW. Upholstered in genome leather. Ample apace onder the rear deck far higgage.

MODELS AND PRICKSi. o. b. factories

S-Paaan, 112" V. B. 40 H. P.
Trariig $ 975
KoauUter (3-Paa.) . 975
-2-Paa.) 1225
Sedaa 1550

5-Paaa. 118" W. B. SO H. P.
ToqHik S127S
Roadater 2-Pa.). . IK
Radter i4-Pmmm.).Jt.lTT3
Caape 4-Paaa- .. . M7S
Sedaa 25

7-Paaa, 12V W. B, 6 H.P.
Taarlae; .$17SO
Saeedater 4Paaa.) . 1835
Ca-aae 4-Paa. )..... Zt
Caife (S-Paaa.) 2SSO
Sedaa (Sa4al) 27S

Non-Skid Cord Tirea. Front and Rear. Standard Bqnipment
fort King Ave. and Osceola Street. OCALA, FLA, PHONE 170





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