The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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b afternoon and tonight, cooler in north portion tonight; Thu rsday fair and cooler.
TSEATHER FORECAST Local rains this
VOL. 27


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Ever Given to Major in a New York

City Election Democrats Gain
Seats in State Assembly

Democrats Have Recaptured Legisla:
t Ji tores of the Two Border States
By Large Majorities

(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 9. Democratic

candidates headed by Mayor Hylan
made a clean sweep of the principal

(Associated Press) I Htv and county offices in yesterdays

New York, Nov. 9. Two states, electioni Hylan receiving the unpre unpre-Maryland
Maryland unpre-Maryland and Kentucky, have passed ce(?ented plurality of 417,986. The
from republican to democratic control ccmpiete vote was: Hylan, 754,874;
as the result of yesterday's election curranj republican," running on a
as jshown in returns available here this coaijtion ticket, 336,888; Panken, so so-morning.
morning. so-morning. In Maryland the entire ciaiist, 83,209.
lower house of the legislature and 13 DEMOCRATIC GAIN IN THE LEG LEG-of.
of. LEG-of. the 27 members of the senate were ISLATURE
elected and it was believed in Bam-
eiectea ana -Albany. Nov. 9 Incomplete -re-

r! AiJ itinn in both turns indickte the democrats gained

InKZe democrats many seats in the New York state as-

t-..A fMi n th state legislature sembly. me oniy woman memu,

JJttlilCU luu I

11(111111 or


To the Office of Recorder of Deeds

For the District of Columbia
Will Meet Opposition


His Unusual Rather Than Original

Ideas Caused Him to Be
Elected Mayor



Heavy Snow in Southern Michigan
Sends Ita Flurries as Far East
As New England

(Associated Press J

Washington, Nov. 9. A favorable
report on the nomination of Henry

Lincoln Johnson, a negro, republican

national committeeman from Georgia,

to be recorder of deeds for the Dis-

(Associated Presaj
Youngstown, O., Nov. 9. A man

who has lived in Youngstown only

hree months and whose platform pro

vided for discontinuance of the street

;ar service, turning the streets over


brt to the republicans two years ago republican, was defeated by a

and claim 58 of the 100 members of ciat,

the lower .house and 19 of the 38 seats
in the senate, with two doubtful.
Richmond, Nov. ,9. Unofficial re returns
turns returns from throughout ,the state o
the- News-Leader -indicate that Trin
. .. i

trict of Columbia, was ordered today to jitney busses and for jailing any

by the Senate District of Columbia J citizen who paid taxes under the re-

committee. Several democrats, mciua- cent re-valuation, was eieciea mayor

ing Senator Watson, of Georgia, are yetserday over candidates backed by
said to be preparing to fight confirma- the major party organizations. He is

George L. Oles, who came irom tne
country, established his residence in
a hotel and carried on an eccentric ad advertising
vertising advertising campaign without the sup support
port support of any particular element or or organization.
ganization. organization. Other planks in his platform in-

tion in the Senate.





Albany, Nov. 9 The democrats
gained 22 seats in the New York as assembly
sembly assembly yesterday when -they elected
50 members. The republicans, show show-ever,
ever, show-ever, continue to' have a working ma-

(Associated Press)

Nov. 9. Arthur Moon, a

Pullman porter on the New Orleans c:uaea permitting puuiuuK u.

. A 1 J

Limited on the Illinois Central, parks under ponce protection, aismiss-
- -. I- il Ai i:.. t Hit J 4- Araa

wounded in the holdup of the train Dy ing tne enure puncc

KoT,itc roar Faxton Mondav nieht. not mend its ways," ana a promise to

died last night of his injuries.



kie,: democratic candidate' for gover- jority, having carried 93 districts

nor is leading Henry Anderson, re republican
publican republican by nearly 60,t)00 votes.
, ".- ' :


Bays the Death of Lee ( Family In
: South Carolina Result of Malaria
' Or Similar Disease

Associated Prefts)
Tampa. Nov. 9. Regular trolley

service was resumed today to Ballast

Point on the bay shore, removing yir yir-tualy
tualy yir-tualy the final inconvenience caused
by the recent storm.


Tuesday Judge Futch united in the

.' (AssoMateo P-es)
Columbia, S. C Nov. 9. Dr. C. V.
Aiken, of the state board-of health,,
scouts the idea of poison, of members

or the lamny wno Q JFridy

as the resutl or water Mfag Ida Mae Carn, both 0f Red-

an alleged poisoneu we, Mrridy is a well known mer-
said an investigation S d4 and is very popular
cause was malaria or a similar mfec- er there. Mrs.

tlOn. j u; n TVT darn.

rrray is a-uouguwc
well known injOcala: This young
couple had planned to come to Ocala

today and let Judge Futch give them

a start in life but they got wind of
a secret plan of their friends to be
on hand at the wedding so they slip

ped away Tuesday and made their

to Ocala unattended. After the

ceremonv thev left for a short trip


The game that was to be played be between
tween between Ocala and Gainesville next Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Nov. 12th, has been moved up
a day and will be played on Armistice
Day. in order that more people may

have an opportunity oi auenaing ws werfi ofc 1 with the at-

game and supporting tne e, Qf their Reddick friends

c;ainesville nas a last team, ucavjr

- team and a champion team. Ocala
. has blood in her eye and intends lick licking
ing licking them. Win or lose, the. game will
be worth attending. -,;


turn his salary over to charity.

The woman vote is believed respon

sible for his election.

(Associated Press)
Washington, D. O, Nov. 9. Winter

weather prevails today throughout

portions of the middle west. Weather

bureau reports said there had been

heavy snow in southern Michigan, ex extreme
treme extreme northern Diinois, southern Wis Wisconsin,
consin, Wisconsin, southeastern Minnesota, east eastern
ern eastern Iowa, and Grand Rapids reported
nine inches today. Snow was falling
this morning along the lower lake3,
the northern edge of New York and
in northern New England.


In Nine of the Principal Cities Last
Month, Prices Fell from Three
To One Per Cent


Whereas, under a recent ruling of

the secretary of the treasury of the

United States of America, the manu manufacture
facture manufacture and sale of beer is permitted
within the territory of the federal

government; and, whereas, the people

of the United States by direct vote
and through their legal representa

tives have declared against the manu



y (State Board of Health)
Tourist auto camps are an institu

tion in Florida. Whether these camps

are good or bad for the community
they are here and must be supervised.

Durine the winter season 1920-21

there were many faulty camps in the

frT 'iTS. 5 air Seating te the faults wever were not so
lienors when they, in due and legal much with the camps as with the lack

form, amended the federal constitu

tion by adding the eighteenth amend-

Mr. Clarence Brownell of Tampa,
is spending this week in Ocala, look looking
ing looking over the territory as a prospective
location for a cold storage plant, for
the storage of tropical fruits and pro

ducts. Mr. Brownell is representing

a number of northern capitalists who

intend to build a cold storage plant

in Tampa and if, after looking over

this territory it is found to be the log

ical point, they will also build one

here. Mr. Brownell is well informed

and conversant with this line of trade,

being now of the firm of Brownell,
importers and exporters of Tampa.
This firm does a large business with

the Central American states, Isle of

Pines, Cuba and the British West In

dies, running its own boats to these

countries, filled with supplies and in

(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 9. Retail food
prices decreased between Sept. 15th
and Oct. 15th in nine of the principal
ities from which reports 'have .been

received by the department of labor,
according to an announcement today.
The decrease ranged as high at three
per cent in Milwaukee. Mobile show

ed an increase of one per cent.



(Associated Prss?)
Chicago, Nov. 9. Big Tim Murphy,
union leader, former 'state represen representative
tative representative and alleged gunman, was found
guilty today in federal court of plot plotting
ting plotting the $360,000 mail robbery at
Dearborn station last April.



Recommendation of Scions Would
Probably Stop Warship Construc Construction
tion Construction During Limitation Of
Armaments Conference

To the Sportsmen of Ocala:
v In writing this article, it is my de desire
sire desire to bring to the notice of sports sportsmen,
men, sportsmen, especially of this locality, the
rare future of the ring-necked pheas pheasants,
ants, pheasants, our most wonderful game bird3,
not only as sporting but also as a
business proposition.
The pheasants originated in the
wild and cold countries "of Asia, and
a few species were introduced into

of supervision and management of

ment thereto; therefore be it resolved

by the Sunday-school of the First
Methodist church of Ocala, Florida,
that ve respectfully request our rep-

iCBcaiainta I , ...!! -l .v,,.

atethe Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher and aaoptea promoting any i

the Hon. Park Trammell, to use their nipai camps

influence to have enacted the "anti- vvna Z ? 71

last year; rirst, many iuwu ui'

TPtnrn imrvnrtinc bananas, cocoanuts.

etc. In the new cold storage plant European countries some one nunureu

un l, anA fifHr or mnro vp aP-o. While

Kv miimVinalities wherein they tne same line oi tropical prvaucts wmi ,
them by municipalities wnerem mey ,.f-.1Jf Lt thxr wre allowed to breed in

located. As a result of poor pe nanaiea ior aistnoutxcn tnrougn- - rT":' V r" t

the out the southern states. Mr. Browneu x,

5 ,. n1eed with Ocala. its to lovers oi tnese Deaumui game

location and is meeting with

were locatea. as a

municipal supervision many of

camps were grossly criticised, con condemned
demned condemned and subsequently abandoned.
In several cities ordinances were


The Parent-Teachers

will meet in the assembly hall of the
high school building Thursday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, November 10th, at 4:15 o'clock.
All parents and those who are not
parents are invited to come.
' Mrs. C. E. Winston, Sec'y.


The meeting was opened with pray

er by all present. After some impor important
tant important business was disposed of the
president, Mrs. Sigmon, read a letter

Association from Senator Duncan, U. Fletcher

which said he woum vote agamat
some of the bills pending, as he had
been asked to do:
The topic for the meeting was
"World Disarmament." The quotation
from Frances E. Villains 1887 ad address
dress address was stressed: "We women must

organize for peace ere the nations will

learn war uu uwic

beer" bill now on the calendar of the

United States Senate, thus giving the
American people the benefit of their

federal constitution which is being
nullified by executive department rul rulings.
ings. rulings. Signed:
J. H. Therrell,
A D. W. Tompkins,
G. L. Taylor, Committee.
L. W. Duval, Superintendent.

Unanimously passed Sunday, Nov.

6th, 1921. ;

(Associated Pres3i
Washington, Nov. 9. Indications
developed today that the Senate, which
yesterday adopted a resolution urging
publicity for all full sessions of the
airuament confeernce, might consider
making a further expression relative
to the conference in the form of pro proposed
posed proposed suspension of the American
naval building program pending con conference
ference conference negotiations.
Representative Johnson, republican,
of South Carolina, a former olScer in
the army, declared in the House to today
day today tha while he had no substantia substantiation
tion substantiation of the charge, he "had reason to
believe soldiers 'who wereVy traitors,
cowards or mentally unfit, were shot
by their owe comrades while facing
the enemy." The statement was hot hotly
ly hotly denied by Representative Bulwin-

kle, democrat, of North Carolina, also

former officer, who declared he

would not permit Johnson's statement
to go unchallenged.


dollars a month in trade.



tising camps and bidding for this

class of tourist made no provisions

for sanitary upkeep. The tourists

came and lived as best they could in
the midst of inadequate facilities;

second, many of the campers were

winter laborers who went forth in the

respective communities bidding for

emnlovment: and third, in several of


the-larger camps, commissaries were

established and food sold to campers

at; a price cheaper than in the neigh- tending to reached

these beautiful

the I birds that a little special care would

hearty co-operation-of the Board of be advisable in the treatment of the

Trade and business men of the town, young Diras, or cnicics. as time went

TVis new enterprise would mean an on methods were miroaucea ana im-

outlay of from $20,000 to $30,000 on proved upon ironvtime to time, so

KmMiTur and as a live enternrise for that today these Diras can ne rearea

o I i i i: a :

Ocala would mean several thousand m almost any numoer oy appiicawun

of the most up-to-date and scientmc
principles, and an able game keeper
on a game preserve where these mod modern
ern modern methods are employed, will never
fail to see the contentment and satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction of the sportsmen when i he
shows them the large number of birds
he was able to rear during the season.

The pheasant is essentially a wood-

Whereas, it has been provided by
the legislature of, Florida that the
eleventh day of November of each
year shall be known as liberty day,
and shall in law be a legal holiday,
and the "governor of the state shay
each year issue a proclamation calling
upon the people of the state to set
aside all business and rejoice with the
free people of the earth." And
Whereas, the president of the Unit United
ed United States has requested the people of
this republic to generally observe the
date designatd above arid to stand for
two minutes in silent prayer at 12
o'clock noon in tribute to the memory
of the illustriou sdead who died in the
service, of their country during the

great war.

Therefore, I, Cary A. Hardee, gov

ernor of Florida, do proclaim the
eleventh day, of November, 1921, a
legal holiday to the-known and desig

nated as "Liberty Day" and desire to
call upon the people of Florida to lay

aside their business cares on said date

and to join with the people of other

Victor Canares, for a number of
years in advance of the Melville Com Comedians
edians Comedians and who is quite popular with
theater goers in Ocala, is in the city,
this time as manager of the Jack
King Comedians, who will entertain
Ocalans at their tent theater on the
lot west of the Baptist church all next
week. Mr. Canares says his company

boring town. These conditions could

all have been regulated by the local


Why should the citizens of a com

munity criticise a condition for which

;hey themselves are directly responsi

bie? It is true that many campers

were 'careless, indifferent towards

property and rights yet the errors of I ing.

a lew snouia naraiy ue .auiuticix. w
condemn all when municipal regula-

firm were whollv absent. A town or

During his recent trip to Atlanta,
Mr. Joe Blalock of Blalock Brothers,
took a special course in battery work
&t the Atlanta branch of the Ever
Ready Storage Battery Company.
Mr. Blalock has taken 'the agency

for these popular and sturdy batteries

and has been learning all about elec

trodes. separators, pla.tes, solutions

ktA tne other multitudinous parts oi

an automobile storage baltery. What

Joe doesn't know about batteries now

has never been published. Joe is

stocking the Ever Ready battery and

is equipping his servjee station with

all parts and tool3 necessary for re repairing,
pairing, repairing, rebuilding and charging the

with, and our -people will not be dis

A reading was given entitled "Worn-J pointed after seeing their shows.

en and Peace," which gave a warning Many of the older citizens of Ucaia

that a solemiTand terrifying crisis J remember Mr. Canares as the
faces the peoples of the world. We I tenor singer of the Manhattan Opera

must have international reduction or I Company in its three nights of opera

armaments, because Germany gave us 1 as tne opening bill of the Temple the

ft lesson in preparing for war tnatiater at that time under the manage

wilLnot soon be forgotten. ment of Mr. John W. Sylvester, now

The next meeting will be Saturday, J located in Lakeland,

3 p. m., Dec. 3rd. Everynoay is m

i 1 1- i a Vs nna aval

nas tne oest repeitu f &qU) toUTists
had the pleasure of being connected t7

be responsible for the camp mainte

A short Armistice Day service will

be held at Grace Episcopal church

Friday, November 11th, beginning at

11 nVWlf The service will be con-

eluded in ample time for those at- land Dira dui liKes to roam gv states of tni3 union m commemora

the courthouse and meadows as weii, ana any tunuer t f th gjo-mj 0f an armistice

tract, interspersed with a few small

fields and, maybe, a little flowing
brook or creek, will make an. ideal
pheasantry. The main thing is to

keen strangers off the breeding

w, 418. O God. Our Heh in I grounds, as the birds are naturally

"J I .. ... a.; 1

wild, ana sny irom me ume mcy
h3tched, and even the keeper, while
the birds become used to him, will

never be able to put his hands on a
bird, but will always have to use his
net. The actual breeding grounds
will not have to be larger than from

ten to twenty acres and should always

he fenced with mesh wire, one board

sauare before the ceremonies there.

The order of service is as fololws:

'Hymn No. 311, Ancient of Days.

Psalm 24, 91.

Ages Past.

The memorial of the dead, all stand-

Special prayers.
Short address.
Solo, Kipling's "Recessional" Mr.

Lester Lucas.

Pravers and benediction.

Hymn 396, Ten Thousand Times,

which concluded the world war. It Is

especially desired that, the people
shall recall the sacrifices made by
those who died and those who suffered
in he world war, and to give serious

thought and consideration to the prob

lems, which we all trust, may be solv solved
ed solved by the approaching conference for

the limitation of armaments. May we
not join with the American Legion

in making this day worthy of remem remem-biance
biance remem-biance in the history of Florida.

In testimony whereof, I have here

unto set my hand and caused the
great feeal of the state of Florida to

ex-service men.

John J. Neighbour, Rector.


this seventh day of November, A. D.

Vj21. Cary A. Hardee, Governor.


vited tq attend.




All are cordially invited, including J at the bottomland should be located fce affixed at Tallahassee, the capital,

somewhere near tne center ot tne pre

serve. The breeding stock should be

obtained now, or as soon as possible,
giving the birds a chance to get used

to their new surroundings and to be

come acclimated. The birds begin to

lay here about March 1st and continue

to lay for three months and a hall,

each hen of the ring-neck kind produc

ing from 60 to 100 eggs, and if the

Health will not tolerate insanitary, I keeper knows the secret of feeding,

One 1921 Ford touring car. A bar-

zain: Ai snape. macs iayiurf yuuuc

348, Ocala, Fla.


The members of the Woman's Club

of this city are especially interested
I in having all women of the city who


pairing, ""- possibly can to qualify as voters at

ilver Keaay ana au otner u m electionto be held in
.-.4..r..nV.;io nnm flatteries. I to ...

auwiuuuuc owo6 n i oil niirh are

fecemucri iucii" ...
urgently requested to appear before

Mr. H. C. Sistrunk, city clerk, and

have their names placed on the regis

tration book on or before next Satur Saturday
day Saturday at five o'clock, as this is the last

opportunity for registration. Let the

women be prepared to do their duty to

their town! Mrs. L N. Green,

Chairman Legislative Committee
Of Ocala Woman's Club.

Mr. "Mack Taylor, the local agent

for Dodge Brothers motor cars, is cer

tainly Vp and doing when it comes to

handling and selling these cars. With

in the past ten days the following

cars have been sold and delivered,

most of them "reDeaters." and that

speaks for itself, namely:
A; T.Thomas, roadster.
Ocala Industrial School, touring,

J. C. Turnipseed, Mcintosh, touring.

Sheriff Thomas, touring.
Mrs. Julia Moses, touring.

A. D. Marshall, Citra, touring

During the circus last night, Mr.

Crawford Pasteur was unfortunate in
having his Buick roadster stolen.

When he came out of the show he
found that instead of having a car to

bring him in out of the rain he was

afoot. Luck had not entirely desert deserted
ed deserted him, however, for he found his car

this morning on the Gainesville road,
where it had been deserted when the

gasoline tank ran dry. It is fortunate

for Mr. Pasteur that he did not fill his

gas tank before going to the circus.


There were some excellent camps

in Florida last year. The camp at lie-

Land was a model, also that in DeSoto
Park of Tampa. In the latter camp

there were at all times about 1000

campers under strict municipal super-1

vision and everything went well.

There are going to be some bad

camps this year for reasons stated

above, but as fast as found these

... 1 1 1 A.1 ClMi

camps will be conaemnea uy tu nt camns this season. fWe e will Drove fertile from 85

. ml -J A 1 A I UVV A, V W mm r w M.

Board of Health, ine state, xoaru - - n.. ... cartlv

J IIC L.111C.3 VA I' LU JJ YJ a

recentlv nromulgat-1 1 a rrain of different kinds, and

. A1 ivmwv w -' -- n

Ocala certainly can oast oi naving a w;np,ince. comnrehensive nn .nrouts. natent (America r7" ,7 I

h, hnnch of merchants. Ev- 7 .7 V t will be held at tne aietnooiM, caurvu

V C A J 1" v w v
erv oiie of Ocala's leading stores will

close all day Armistice Iay (Friday.
Nov. 11th). The drug stores will close

at 11 o'clock for the talance of the day.

The Woman's Missionary Society of

the Methodist church is observing its
annual week of prayer this week, with

prayer and gifts of self denial for

Holding Institute, our school for Mex Mexican
ican Mexican children at Laredo, Texas, and
. .,- r rri t C

our Lambetn iiemonai inam5

School for Christian workers at Osa

ka. Japan. The meeting lor tocay

Market Quotations




TTio ATnin Street Market will be.

closed all day Armistice Day, Friday,

i November 11th. 2t

Friday. November 11th, Armistice

Day, being a legal holiday, the under-

Another carload of touring cars has s?gned banks will be closed.

arrived and is being unloaded for dis- Ocala National isanK.

tribution. !. munroe

Commercial uanic o-ot


One 1916 Buick "4" roadster. Al

shape, $250. Mack Taylor, Ocala, t la.

Phone 348.



tVom unll he a box supper Satur-

Nv. 19th: at Grahamville Side windshield glass at $12.50 per

Fvervlwdv is cordially pair. Mack Taylor, phone 348, Ocala,


invited to be presenV The proceeds

Smoke Don Rey. That gcod cigar.
This is a Studebakar year. tf

will go for school purposes.



For fresh meat call phone 108. Main

vnn SAT.K One Detroit vapor oil

stove, three burners and oven; prac
tically new. Phone 98. 9-4t

WAKTTrn A niano to rent by the


Closed barely steady.
Open Hieh low Close
December .. .18.14 17.37 l-.
Tanuarv ..17.9S 17.96 17.1 17.ZZ
ManXy..:::::i7.?8 ?7.!? it.m mi
t.v 17.55 17.a 16.90 16.86

October 16.10 16.10 .....

Amount oi cotton gmneu iu -"

6,646.136 tbales. m


Oncn llisrh lxw Close

.104H 105S
..1094 111 109 111


47 474 46 47K

... 52 53Vi 52 534


... 32 32 32 32
" 27 37 37 37

Liverpool Cotton

Spots quiet and lower, fully middling

11.98. Sales 5JtH. inciuuiu,
can. Receipts 15.104. including 1 16
. i v,itnrs rloe-d weak tod

l1"" nmhpr 11.10. January

IVSt CrVrrt T 11.02. Mar-10 9. October


May ....
May ....

ordinances to handle camps. AneiLnmted) pheasant meal, ana me

West Palm Beach ordinance defines I young birds until six weeks old on

the limits of the camp grounds; it J pheasant meal and chick grain, after

creates an office oi camp supennien-1 which they too are iea gram anu
dent with police and managerial au-1 pheasant meal alternately. If a game

thority; it requires that all tourists I preserve or a pheasantry should be
desirine to enter the camp apply to Lytablished here, I would strongly

the superintendent, giving name ollUTge to get in the mam ring necKs,

nerson in charge of party, number in I anj as a S;de lme and source oi a neat

party, permanent home address, makejiECOme a trio of goldens, Lady Am-;

and number of automobile, iengtn oiihersts, silvers, Kecoes ana tne wapa-

stay. in camp. A fee of 25 cents pernese green pheasant. The Recoes is
day is charged for use of camp, this I the king of all the pheasants, and the

sum to go to a fund provided lor tne I yvriftest on the wing, and witn its nve
special service rendered the tourists to six feet long tail appears more

in camp. The camp will operate in iifce a comet than a Dira. Ane japa japa-strict
strict japa-strict accordance with regulations of nese green pheasants are considerably
the State Board of Health. The ordi- smaller than the ring necks, but much

nance goes into a number of details, faster in flight and more beautuul,
regulating the conduct of the tourists acd deserve a place on any preserve,
and the orderly maintenance of the jn conclusion,' I beg to state that

grounds. In every way the ordinance 1 1 have some thirty years experience,
is complete and under it the- camp J an(j am in fact a practical game keep keep-xxrill
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More cities should follow in the steps Ustry and management of game of all

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at 7:23 p. m. with Mrs. C. W. White
a 3 leader. Every member of the mi3-
sionary society as well a3 all friends,
are urged be present.
The following is the program for
this hour:
Hymn No. 489.

Bible lesson references on prayer by

a number of members.

Explanation of topic.
Talk, "The New Lambeth Memorial

Training School," Mrs. L. N. Green.

a letter from Miss ;iar-

geret Cook, a teacher in this school,

ly Miss Carrie Baxco.

Prayer by Mrs. C. G. Barnett.
Duet, selected, Mrs. W. P. Buhnnan
&tA iliss Kathleen Leitner.
Talk, "The Women of Japan," Mrs.
T. E. Bridges.
Prayer, Mrs. G. W. Martin.
Reading, Mrs. G. L. Taylor.
Response, Mrs. S. B. Weaver.
v Solo, selected, Mrs. Harrison Black.
Missionary benediction.

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perhaps it will return to you with
butter on it.
Arthur J. Balfour, one of Great
Britain's most able statesman, who
comes to America to attend the limi limitation
tation limitation of arms conference, landed at
Quebec Tuesday evening. .:.
The Knights of Pythias of this dis
trict expect to hold their regular dis
trict meeting at Fort McCoy on the
evening of Wednesday, Nov. 16, and
hope for a large attendance.
Rev. J. Willet Boyer of Weirsdale,
will, perach in, the Presbyterian church
at 'Candler on Sunday, Uov. 13thf at
11 a.' m. and in the Iresbyterian
church at Weirsdale at 8 p. m.
The question of : dismissing the
present receiver of the Oklawaha Val
ley railroad lias been before the judge
of 'the circuit court this week, all of
Monday and Tuesday morning having
been taken up in the argument of the
attorneys on both sides. The judge
announced that he would render a de decision
cision decision Thursday.
' Senator Watson's general charge
ag&mstr Officers and nurses reminds us
that tlie time was when a Southern
gentleman made his charges specific,
so the one attacked could jpall him to
a 'personal account but that v was
when we sent gentlemen to the Sen Sen-ate'.
ate'. Sen-ate'. Tampa Tribune.
Amend it to "only gentlemen."
'Representative Gunn consistently
opposed the one cent a gallon tax on
gasoline, not because he was not an
ardent advocate of good roads, but be because
cause because he believed that the levy of the
tax w6utd work an imposition on a
great many users of gasoline who
had little direct benefit from the
improvement of highways. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Metropolis.
Who 'is it In this state who will not
receive direct benefit 'from improve improvement
ment improvement 'of the highways?
Senator Trammell will doubtless be
renominated in the coming June pri primary.
mary. primary. There is talk of William Jen Jennings
nings Jennings Bryan being his opponent but
the people know that Park is. harm harmless,
less, harmless, while they would not know what
to expect from the "Peerless Lead Leader.'
er.' Leader.' Wauchula Advocate.
TEe difference between Trammell
ftiid "Bryan probably is that Trammell
would be in the committee room,
working for his constituents, but
Bryan would be on the floor, talking
to draw attention, to himself.
Mr. Chas. W. Hunter has received
from 'Attorney General Buford the
following letter, in regard to the gas gas-oftnetax
oftnetax gas-oftnetax bill:
"Dear Mr. Hunter: I enclose' here herewith
with herewith 1 a' copy of the decision recently
rendered ly the supreme court of the
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United States, in which that court has

sustained every provision which we
included in the proposed gasoline ex
cise tax bill introduced by you in the
last, legislature. If anybody else
should ask you what an excise is, you
might tell them that it is -that tax
which the supreme court of the Unit United
ed United States has held to be perfectly
good and collectable."
The controversy over the spelling
of "Muscle" in Muscle Shoals has be become
come become nation wide, many people insist insisting
ing insisting that the name is taken from the
little shellfish called "mussel." The
trouble about this argument is that
either spelling applies to the fish, and
"muscle" seem to have been used be
fere "mussel" came into fashion.
l 1 J. 1 4.
fliusseis are not any more pieaicui
along that part of the Tennessee river
than they are on the banKs ol any
other stream, and "Muscle" seems to
have been the spelling ever since the
shoal3 were named.
Mr. Dudley V. Haddock of Jackson
ville, the competent Florida manager
for the Associated Press, gives the
following explanation, which is prob
ably the true one:
"If anyone had taken the trouble to
do so, they easily could have ascer
tained that "Muscle" Shoals derives
the name from the fact that boatmen
in passing through the shoals on their
way up the river were forced to great
exertion to do so, that only the
strongest of them could make the
passage and that the name Muscle
was given to 'indicate that it took
muscle to put a boat through. A con
troversy a year or so ago over the
snelhner of the name resulted in
heavyweights digging back into his
torical and other records and it was
settled beyond a doubt that the proper
word was Muscle. Uncle Sam, the
National Geographical Society and
Alabama authorities agree that it is
Muscle, not mussel, and any old time
you feel like spelling it Muscle, go to
it. You'll have plenty of company of
excellent standing."
A few days ago, while visiting Pho Photographer
tographer Photographer Blake's studio, a Star re reporter's
porter's reporter's attention was called to an un unusual
usual unusual picture, a group of seven men
and three women, whose kinship was
proven by their resemblance to each
other, all in the prime of life, and all
with that alert and pleasant look that
proceeds from good health and clear
The picture was a group, taken at
the home of Mr. Geo. L. Carlton at
Sparr, on the occasion of the reunion
of his brothers and sisters with him
a few weeks ago. It being a harmon harmonious
ious harmonious and momentous occasion in their
lives, they wisely decided to, perpetu perpetuate
ate perpetuate it by having the picture taken..
The Carlton family was among the
pioneers of Marion, and it is well
known all oyer the county. Mr. Carl Carlton
ton Carlton and his brothers and sisters form
a band that it" is good to see and
know. They are the children of Mr.
and Mrs. McKem Carlton, the father
born Dec. 12, 1825, died Dec. 29, 1882,
aged 62, and the mother born June 17,
1829, passed away Oct. 7, 1904, in
her 76th year. The names and ages
of the men and women at the reunion,
and who appear in the picture; are as
follows: V
Nancy M. Carlton (Mrs. A. Mor
rison) June 13th, 1848 (73).
Wm. A. Carlton, Jan. 7th, 1950 (71).
Adaline R. Carlton Mrs. C. W. Ad-
kins) Feb. 26th, 1852 (69).
Sarah A. Carlton (Mrs. C. C. Mor
rison) July 15th, 1854, (67).
Andrew W. Carlton, July 5th, 1857,
Chas. C. Carlton, Feb. 10th, 1860,
s George H Carlton, April 15th, 1862,
(59). i
Daniel T. Carlton, July 14th, 1864,
Thaddeus S. Carlton, June 29, 1867,
(54). :
John F. Carlton, July 24, 1876 (45).
Mr. A. D. Campbell of Chipley, has
been appointed by Governor Hardee
to succeed the late Newton A. Blitch
as a member of the Florida railroad
Armistice Day, next Friday, will be
observed by Marion County Post. No.
27 of the American Legion, with a
ceremony on the public square in
Ocala. The legionaires will meet on
the east side of the square at 11:30
o'clock Friday morning. The members
of the post will form ranks and at 12
o'clock will stand at attention for the
two minutes requested by President
Harding as a tribute to the unknown
soldier whose body will be buried in
Arlington National Cemetery on that
day. During the two minutes "taps"
will be blown. This ceremony will be
followed by a five-minute talk by
Chaplain Neighbour of the post. A
memorandum has been sent to all
members of the post urging them to
be present on Friday. Armistice Day
has been designated a national holi holiday
day holiday by Congress. President Harding
has asked that the two minutes silence
at noon on Armistice Day be observed
throughout the United States and all
of its possessions.
Our orangeade machine is again on
the job at the fountain, and we have
jast received a lot of nice sweet or oranges.
anges. oranges. Court Pharmacy. 5 14-6t


(Collier's Weekly)
Are we living in the Middle Ages?
A woman asks that question. She
wants to know whether the same sav
age old prejudices are aflame in Am America
erica America that caused race massacres.
martyrdoms, and holy wars in older
and unhappier lands.
A straight question deserves a
straight reply.
There are many meager souls who,
sometimes out of blind prejudice.
sometimes for political profit, but
most often for the mere fillip of sensa
tion, condemn the creed of the race
cf their neighbor.
They are wasters.'
They waste their own time and
thought, and the time and thought of
those who listen to them. They snarl
the social fabric of a nation that
should be united in fact as it is united
m name.
Men of every race and of every re
ligion have made their contributions
to the planning and dreaming, to the
science and art and industry that
have made America, in the eyes of an
Old World jaded by stale hates and
endless feuds, a land of magnificent
achievement and boundless promise.
If any race, if any religion, had in
fected its members with treachery to
the nation, the recent war would have
supplied a searching test of their dis
There was no such disloyalty. The
names of every muster roll; yes, and
the white crosses in every American
field in France deny absolutely and
crushingly the thoughtless charge that
infidelity to country Is consistent
with .any faith or race of men who
may claim the name American.
In the close-knit fabric of our liyes
there are loose and irritating threads;
unassimilated bits and pieces that re require
quire require skillful fixing into the general
pattern. Pay no 'attention to the
wasters. Clumsy or cruel fingers will
only mar the pattern and widen the
small defects. This nation needs no
new definition of its spirit. Those who
seek to kindle religious or racial pre prejudices
judices prejudices have, no place in this new
America; all th?y would do to the na nation,
tion, nation, ?nd to you, is to revive the Dark
Ages and make no man's life safe and
no man's faith secure.
(New York Tribune)
It is well that the incredible charges
lodged by Senator Watson against
the character of the American Expe
ditionary Forces are to be investigat
ed. 1
While Mr. Watson may not be called
to account outside the precincts of
Congress for the statements he has
made, he, nevertheless, is answerable
to the Senate as answerable as was
Blanton of Texas, to ,the House and
in turn the Senate is answerable to
the public opinion of the country.
Either Mr. Watson's allegation that
officers in France murdered enlisted
men for insolence is true or it is un
true. Either his allegation that sol soldiers
diers soldiers were legally murderedthat is,
executed without the right of trial by
courtmartial is true or it is untrue.
Either his allegation that too many
nurses, "not all, but too many," were
debauched' by expeditionary oGicers is
true or it is untrue.
It is up to the Senate to establish
the truth or falsity of these allega allegations.
tions. allegations. Law still prevails. There is
nothing in our civil or military codes
which bars by time limitation a
prosecution for murder.
Plainly the Senate has a grave duty
to perform. Let it proceed vrith the
least possible delay. ;
(Clearwater Sun)
The Suwanee Special, the new west
coast through train, arrived this
morning over the Seaboard Air Line.
The special comes through solid from
Cincinnati to St. Petersburg. It
switches off cars in TamDa that go on
to t Fort Myersl It also brings thru
sleepers from Detroit and Cleveland.
The new train is an innovation that
promises to be a great benefit to the
west coast of Florida. The baggage
car carries a mammoth painting on
either side giving Hhe name of the
train. This is a constant advertise advertisement
ment advertisement for Florida. The Suwanee Spe Special
cial Special leaves Clearwater tonight, north northbound,
bound, northbound, at 9:21 and one passenger has
already been booked for Detroit, Mrs.
Chas. R. Herbert. She will make no
change in the long run from here to
heV final destination. This is an illus illustration
tration illustration of the benefit this train will
be to those going north next spring.
Members of the Women's Auxiliary
American Legion
All members will please gather at
the armory at 10 o'clock Thursday
morning for the purpose of making
the official headdress. Please bring
your own thimbles, needles, pins and
scissors. Claire Moremen, Sec'y.
Notice is given that the city coun council
cil council of Ocala, Florida, will on the 15th
day of November, 1921, 7:30 o'clock
p. m., receive bids for drilling of
sewer well, same to be double cased
with wrought iron pipe, outside cas casing
ing casing 12 inch, inside casing 10 inch; well
to be sunk and cased to cavity suffi sufficient
cient sufficient to carry off flow of septic tank.
Address bids and secure denred in information
formation information from city clerk. 27-5t
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.

: Raymond Palmer ;

81 Broad Street
New York Cty
Members American 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
Battle & Co., Ocala
. Office Merchants Block
Room 2
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
NOTICE IS HEREBY given that at
the meeting of the stockholders of
Florida Fruit Company, formerly The
Lake Bryant Fruit Growers Company,
held on the 17th day of October, 1921.
It 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 best In Interest
terest Interest of this corporation and its
stockholders that its charter "be
THEREFORE. Be It Resolved
iby the stockholders of Florida
Fruit Company, formerly The Lake
Bryant Fruit Growers Company, t
that the charter of said corporation
be amended as follows:
That Article I be amended so as to
Name aad Place of Bunlaeaa i
The name of this corporation shall ibe
place of business shall be in the
city of Tampa, Hillsborough county,
Florida, ut -it may establish such
branch offices and other places of bus business
iness business within or without the state of
Florida as the board of directors may
from time ,to time determine.
.That Article H be amended so as to
The seneral nature of the business or
businesses to be transacted by this
corporation and the objects and pur purposes
poses purposes proposed to be transacted, pro promoted
moted promoted or carried on by it are:
(a.) To own. lease, acquire, hold, sell,
cultivate, plant, improve and develop
farms, ranches, plantations, TOves,
orchards, nurseries, gardens, mines
and all other kinds of real property,
and all rights, interests and easements
lb.) To produce, (buy, sell, contract
for the production of, trade and deal
in all kinds of fruits,, plants, seeds,
vegetable, nuts, grains, live stock and
food stuffs, and 'in any animal, mineral
or vegetable products or manufactures,
at wholesale or retail, on commission
or otherwise:
c.) To carry on the businesses of
farmers, gardeners, planters, miners,
quarrymen. manufacturers .and fisher fishermen,
men, fishermen, and "all business Incidental or ap appurtenant
purtenant appurtenant thereto; both for its own
account and for -any person or con concern,
cern, concern, and to procure the carrying on
thereof under any contract, in any
form, and upon any lands and at any
(d.) To aciuire, receive and hold
any grants, concessions, privileges,
licenses or other rights from any na nation,
tion, nation, state, municipality or other pub public
lic public or private authority, and to dis dispose
pose dispose thereof or to grant rights or li licenses
censes licenses thereunder?
(e.) To own, build, lease, acquire,
maintain and operate cold and warm
storage and other -warehouses, pack packing
ing packing houses and manufacturing plants,
whether for itself or for others: to
make advances on goods and -merchandise,
to -issue storage receipts negotia negotiable
ble negotiable or otherwise, and to do any other
or necessary thing in connection there therewith;
with; therewith; (f.) To produce, manufacture, deal
in and distribute ice, water, electricity
and other commodities and utilities; to
conduct all business pertaining there thereto;
to; thereto;
(g.) To purchase, own lease, ac acquire,
quire, acquire, hold, operate and control timber
and timber lands, saw and crate mills:
(h.) To manufacture, sell and deal
in lumber, containers and all products
from wood or fibre;
(i.) To acquire, lease, construct,
own .operate and maintain (but not as
a common carrier) tramways, rail railroads,
roads, railroads, wharves, piers, docks, works,
ships and other equipment, and trans transportation
portation transportation and transmission lines, in
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 tfertilizers and materials, plant
foods, sprays an4 insecticides, farm,
orchard; grove and other machinery,
tools and equipment; to engage in
mining, manufacturing and mercan mercantile
tile mercantile businesses to further these objects;
(L) To acquire the good will, rights
and property, and to undertake the
whole or any part of the assets and
liabilities, of any person or concern,
and to pay for the same in cash, stock se securities
curities securities or obligations of this corpora corporation
tion corporation or otherwise;
(m.) To acquire, build, lease, let,
own, buy, sell, maintain and operate,
hotels, 'boarding houses, dwelling
houses, land developments and other
properties and equipment appurtenant
. (n.) To acquire by any manner and
to hold for any purpose, and to -use,
sell, assign, transfer, mortgage,
pledge, or in any way dispose of or
deal with stocks, bonds, obligations
or securities of every description; to
merge or. consolidate with any concern
or corporation; to aid in any manner
any concern or corporation which this
corporation deems it advantageous to
assist; to do any other act or thing
for the benefit of this corporation or
its securities or designed therefor, and,
while owning or holding any stock,
bonds or other securities or obligations
of any other concern or corporation,
to exercise all the rights, powers and
privileges of such ownership, including
all voting powers tnereon; to guaran guarantee
tee guarantee the payment of dividends upon any
stock and the principal and interest of
any bonds and other obligations ana
the performance of any contract; to
accept, purchase or otherwise -acquire
and to hold and reissue any outstand outstanding
ing outstanding share or shares of the capital
stock of this corporation;
(o.) To borrow and lend money, to
make and Issue notes, drafts. 4xnds,
debentures, obligations and evidences
of indebtedness of all kinds, whether
secured by mortgage, pledge, or other
wise: to endorse and guarantee any
and all such instruments and obliga
tions, and to secure the same by mort
gage, pledge or otherwise; and gener generally
ally generally to make, perform and guarantee
the performance of agreements and
contracts of every kind and descrip description;
tion; description; p.) To own. lease, operate and con control
trol control mercantile establishments, both
wholesale and retail, either directly -or
in connection with others;
q.) To buy. lease, acquire, hold.
own, selL- convey, mortgage and deal
in any way in real and personal prop property
erty property of every kind and description,
wheresoever located;
r.) To do all and everything neces necessary,
sary, necessary, suitable or -proper to accomplish
any purpose or attain a.iy object or
further any power hereinbefore set
forth, or to-improve or protect the in interests
terests interests of this corporation, or preserve
or enhance the value of Its stook or aj-

wlth other concerns or individuals.
In general, to carry on any other
business in connection therewith and
with all the powers conferred by the
statutes -upon general corporations.
The object apecified in Article II
sh.ill. except where otherwise express expressed
ed expressed therein, be In nowise limited or. re restricted
stricted restricted by reference to or inference
from the terms of any other clause or
paragraph in this charter, but the ob objects
jects objects specified in each of the clauses
of Article II. shall be regarded as in independent
dependent independent objects.
The foregoing clauses shall be con construed
strued construed both as objects and as powers,
and the foregoing enumeration of spe specific
cific specific powers shall not in any manner
limit or restrict any "permissible pow powers
ers powers of this corporation.
That Article III be amended so as to
Capital Stock
The total authorized capital stock of
this corporation shall be one million six
hundred thousand pilars ($1,600,000.00)
divided Into sixteen thousand shares of
the par value of one hundred dollars
$ 100.00) each, all or any 'of which may
te payable in lawful money of the
L'niteu states of America, or In prop property,
erty, property, labor or services at a Just valua valuation
tion valuation therefor to be fixed In their dis discretion
cretion discretion by the (board of directors at a
meeting or meetings called for such
Tne total authorized capital stock
shall be divided Into three classes, that
Is to say:
(a.) Three Thousand Shares of
First Preferred eight per cent,
cumulative convertible non-participating
(b.) Three Thousand Shares of
Second Preferred six per cent,
cumulative convertible participat participating
ing participating stock; and
ic.) Ten Thousand Shares of
Common stock.
The first preferred stock shall be en entitled
titled entitled to dividends out oX the net pro profits
fits profits or surplus of the corporation at the
rate of eight (8) per cent, per annum,
and no more, payable semi-annually on
the first days of January and July 'in
each year, or as otherwise determined
and declared by the board of directors,
before any dividends shall be 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 la
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 fee
entitled to payment out of the assets
of the corporation at its full par value
plus all accrued dividends, before any
payment s-hall be made to the holders
of the second preferred stock or of the
common stock. The flrA preferred
stock shall not receive any further
share in the profits or the assets of the
corporation than as above provided.
The dividends upon the first preferred
stock snail be cumulative, so that if
the corporation shall fail to declare
and pay any first 'preferred dividend,
such dividend shall thereafter be de declared
clared declared and paid before any dividends
shall be paid upon the second preferred
stock or upon the common stock. The

first dividend on the first preferred
stock shall be payable January 1st,
The first preferred stock shall only
be entitled to vote upon the following
propositions and under the following
conditions, and not otherwise: (a) on
any proposed amendment of this char charter;
ter; charter; (b) on any proposed consolidation,
or any proposed sale, lease or exchange
of all the property and assets of this
corporation as an entirety Including
its good will and corporate franchises;
(c) on any proposed retirement of any
outstanding second preferred stock;
(d) on any proposed dissolution of this
corporation; and no such- amendment,
consolidation, sale lease or exchange
or retirement or dissolution shall be
authorized, made or accepted without
the affirmative vote of two-thirds of
all the outstanding first preferred
stock In favor thereof; and (e). when whenever
ever whenever this corporation shall fail to pay
full dividends on the first preferred
stock and such failure shall continue
for one year, the first preferred stock
shall then be entitled to full equal vot voting
ing voting power, share for share, with all
other outstanding stock, until all such
unpaid dividends shall have been paid
in fulL
The corporation, at its option,' may
retire in whole or in part any out outstanding
standing outstanding first preferred stock after
thirty (301 days notice mailed to the
stockholder's 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 the par value thereof plus all ac accrued
crued accrued dividends thereon plus a pre premium
mium premium if retired prior to January 1st,
1527, of one per cent, of the par value
thereof for each year or fraction of a
year between the date of such 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 unissued
issued unissued first preferred stock.
Payments to holders of first pre preferred
ferred preferred stock of dividends or In redemp redemption,
tion, redemption, liquidation, dissolution or wind winding
ing winding up, shall be made free from taxes
(other than income taxes in excess of
the normal tax (now 2 per cent.) which
the corporation may, under any law of
the'United States or of any state, coun county,
ty, county, or (municipality therein, legally as assume
sume assume and pay.
The second preferred stock, after
payment of all current and accrued
dividends on the first preferred stock,
s-hall then -be "entitled to dividends out
of the remaining net profits or surplus
of the corporation at the rate of six
per cent. (6 per cent.) per annum, and
no more, payable semi-annually on the
first days of January and July In each
year, or as otherwise determined and
declared by the board of directors, be before
fore before any dividends shall be paid upon
the common stock; 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, for which sec second
ond second preferred stock is Issued, shall be
entitled, at the next dividend date, to
a proportionate dividend The second
preferred stock, after payment of divi dividends
dends dividends on the first preferred and
second preferred stocks, as hereinbe hereinbefore
fore hereinbefore provided, and after payment to the
common stock of a. dividend of ten per
cent, in any one year, shall also par participate
ticipate participate equally with the common stock
in any additional or increased dividend
paid the latter up to, but not in excess
of, four per cent, additional for that
In the event of liquidation and after
payment of first preferred stock as
aforesaid, the second preferred stock
shall then be entitled to payment, out
of the remaining assets of the corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, of its full par value plus all ac accrued
crued accrued dividends thereon, before any
payment to the holders of common
stock. The second preferred stock
shall not receive any further eh are In
the profits or the assets of the corpora corporation
tion corporation than as above provided. The divi dividends
dends dividends upon the second preferred stock
snail -be cumulative, so that 11 tne cor corporation
poration corporation shall fail to declare any sec second
ond second preferred dividend, Fuch dividend
shall thereafter be declared and paid
before any dividend shall be paid on
the common stock. The first dividend
on the second preferred stock shall be
payable January 1st, 1&22.
The corporation, at its option, and
subject to the approval of two-thirds
of the outstanding first preferred stock
as hereinbefore provided, may retire
in whole or in part any or all second
preferred stock after thirty (30) days
written notice mailed to the stock stockholder's
holder's stockholder's last known address in any
amount and in any manner as may be
determined from time to time by the
board of directors, at the par value
thereof plus all accrued dividends
thereon plus a premium if retired prior
to January 1st. 1S27. of .two per cent.
(2 per cent.) of the par value thereof
for each year or- fraction of a year be between
tween between the date of such retirement and
January l3t. 1927. and on the question
of such retirement no second preferred
stock proposed to be retired shall be
voted. All second preferred stock shall
forthwith be cancelled and shall then
have the status of authorized but unis unissued
sued unissued second preferred stock.
Payments to holders of second pre preferred
ferred preferred stock of dividends or in redemp redemption.
tion. redemption. Mquidatlon, dissolution or wind winding
ing winding up. shall be made free from taxes
(other than income taxes in excess of
the normal tax (now 2 per cent.) which
the corporation may. under any law of
the United Ktates or of any state,
county or municipality therein, legally
assume and pay.
At any time prior to January 1st,
1927, any first preferred stock or ee ee-onl
onl ee-onl preferred stock may. without
ciirce. e exchanged for an equal

privilege may be exercised up to, but
not later than, the date named in any
notice by the corporation of its inten intention
tion intention to redeem any or all of any such
preferred stock or stocks. The corpor corporation
ation corporation shall at all times hold unissued
in its treasury one share of its com common
mon common stock for each outstanding and
unredeemed share of its first and sec second
ond second preferred stocks.
The 'private property of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders shall not be subject to the pay payment
ment payment of the corporation's debts to any
extent whatsoever. The capital stock
of this corporation, when issued as
aforesaid, shall be fully paid and non nonassessable.
assessable. nonassessable. That Article IV be amended so as
to read:
This corporation shall have prptu prptu-al
al prptu-al existence.
That Article V be amended so as to
read :
The officers and persons by whom
the affairs of this corporation are to
be conducted are Its directors, who
may act through an executive commit committee,
tee, committee, a chairman of the board, a presi president,
dent, president, one or more vice pTesidnts. a
secretary, an assistant secretary, a
treasurer, an assistant treasurer, a
general manager, and such assistants
to them and such subordinate officers,
agents and employees as may be se selected
lected selected pursuant to the by-laws of the
corporation the resolutions of the di directors
rectors directors or authority given by them.
The board of directors shall consist of
not less than three nor more than nine
members, to be elected at the annual
meetings of the corporation to be held
on the first Tuesday following the sec sec-ojid
ojid sec-ojid Monday in June of each yer. The
annual meetings of 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
stockholders annual meetings. The ex executive
ecutive executive committee shall consist of two
or more directors and shall possess all
the powers of the board of directors in
the interim between sesfeions of the

.board. The -board of directors and the
stockholders may hold such other au authorized
thorized authorized meetings at such times and
places as may be fixed by the by-laws.
That Artlcfe 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 one mill million
ion million dollars. 4
All persons are hereby notified that
it is the intention of said corporation
to apply to the governor of the state
of Florida, at Tallahassee. Florida, on
the 30th day of November, A. D. 1921,
for letters patent amending said char charter
ter charter as aforesaid.
Attest: President.
L "W. DUVAL. Secretary. 26-wed
TTop ritv council will rpceive bids
on November 15th, 1921, 7:30 o'clock
it m 4Vi cola s-f trio lrf r TrVnrVl tP
city barn is located and described as
A lot in the city of Ocala, measur measuring
ing measuring approximately t80 feet east, and
west hv SAO fept north and south.
bounded south by May street and east
by Sanchez street, extending west
from the west line of Sanchez street
to the extension of Watula street
about 580 feet, running north from
May street to the Taylor property,
about 300 feet. City reserving the
barn. H. C. Sistrunk,
10-31-tf "City Clerk.
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 the following
names ordered stricken therefrom:
Ward One
Jake Brown, R. P. Whitehead.
Ward Two
A. E. Burnett, R. L. Bridges, Geo.
G. Chambers, W. C. Charles, J. T.
Cohen, L. Dozier, G. W. Easterling,
J. T. Jones, L. E. Lang, Samuel E.
Leigh, G. G. Maynard, Stella Mayn Mayn-ard,
ard, Mayn-ard, Robert Marsh. J. D. McCaskill,
Carrie McCaskill, Joe Needham, Wm.
M. Richardson. E. M. Williams, H. C.
Williams. A. E. Walkley.
Ward Three
J. W. Branch, II. C. Bilbro, O. L.
Crooks, David Gamble, S. M. Gibbs,
C P. Howell, V. L. Hastings, J. M.
Martin, B. A. Mallory, A. L. Pettis,
Robert J. Palmer, John Robinson.
Ward Four
W. F. Adams, July Brown, James
W. Griffin, B. F. Garrett, A. J. Leav Leav-engood,
engood, Leav-engood, E. A. Mobley. M. H. Temple.
November 29th, 1921, 7:3a 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,
10-26-5twed City Clerk.
Notice is hereby given that ihi
board of public instruction, Marion
county, Florida, will receive bids on
November 8, ,1921, for purchase of
Dallas school house, near Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, also old Kendrick school house,
ircluding one-half acre of land at
Kendrick. Board reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
By order of the Board of Public
Instruction. H. G. Shealy,
27-fri-mon-wed-sat Secretary.
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a certain execution
issued out of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
Court, in and for JJarion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, in a certain cause therein pending
wherein Apaha Hotel Company, a- cor corporation,
poration, corporation, 13 plaintiff, and W. A. Miller
is defendant, I have levied on and
will on the
16th Day of November, A. D. 1921
at the store house formerly occupied
by W. Av Miller on Broadway street, in
the Ocala House, Ocala, FhL, between
the hours of 11 a. m. and 2 p. m., offer
for sale and sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash the following de described
scribed described personal property, to-wit:
One cash register,
One lot glassware,
One ice box.
Twenty chairs,
. Seven tables.
Two gas stoves,
One bar counter,
Forty bottles White Rock water,
One tobacco cutter,
One-half box Apple Sun cured to tobacco.
bacco. tobacco. All other property in said store be belonging
longing belonging to W. A. Miller. Said property
being in the store house on Broad Broadway
way Broadway street, in the Ocala House, OcaT,
Florida- Said property .beiflg sold to
satisfy said execution and all costs.
This November 5th, A. D. 1921.
S. C. M. Thomas,
Sheriff, Marion County, Florida.
W. E. Smith,
PlaintiS's Attorney. 11-5-lCt
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CHAPTER I. Loitering on th Ban
Francisco water front, John Rainey,
newspaper reporter, is accosted by a blind
man, a giant in size, who asks Rainey
to lead him to the sealing; schooner Kar Karluk.
luk. Karluk. The blind man tells Rainey he Is
an old shipmate ot Captain Bimms of the
Karluk and desires to make his vlait a
surprise. He asks Rainey to lead him
aboard, and Rainey does so. In the
cabin they find Captain Simms and a man
named Carlsen. Slmms recognises the
blind man, calling; him Jim Lund. Lund
accuses Simms of abandoning him, blind
on an Ice floe, and denounces him for
what he calls his ingratitude, filmms
denies the charge, but Lund refuses to
be pacified. He declares his Intention of
accompanying the Karluk on Its expedi expedition
tion expedition north, where it is going in quest
of a gold field which Lund has discov discovered.
ered. discovered. Peggy, Slmms' daughter, is aboard,
and defends her father. Carlsen, who Is
a physician, drugs Rainey.
(CHAPTER II. Awaking from his stu stupor,
por, stupor, Rainey finds himself at sea. Carlsen
Informs him he has been kidnaped be because,
cause, because, having learned the object of the
expedition, he might have divulged It and
frustrated the plans of the voyagers. He
offers Rainey a share of the gold, and
Rainey? seeing nothing else to be done,
declares' himself satisfied. Lund gives
him a brief account of a former expedi expedition
tion expedition of the Karluk, tells him he distrusts
Carlsen, and suggests a "partnership,"
Rainey to act as Lund's "eyes."
CHAPTER HI. Rainey, having a slight
knowledge of seamanship, is made sec second
ond second mate of the vessel. Captain Simms
Is in exceedingly poor health, and the
Bavigation of the ship Is entirely In the
hands of Doctor Carlsen. At the tatter's
suggestion a shooting match Is arranged
between the "hunters" aboard, the ves vessel
sel vessel being ostensibly on a sealing expedi expedition.
tion. expedition. Lund, although bMnd, demonstrates
he can shoot "by sound." The hunters
having emptied theif revolvers, Carlsen
tells them there are no more shell on
CHAPTER IV. Watching the pursuit
of a whale by Its natural enemies, the
vessel is mishandled and narrowly
escape disaster. In the confusion the
ship's boy, Sandy, Is swept overboard.
Rainey rescues him, earning his gratl gratl-ture
ture gratl-ture an4 incidentally the admiration of
Peggy. The captain's Illness seems about
to have a fatal, ending.
CHAPTER V. Lund mistrusts ethe
hunters and urges Rainey to "pump"
Sandy and gain a knowledge of their
plans. 8andy tells him Carlsen is creat creating
ing creating a feeling that all on board, with the
exception of Sandy and the Japanese
cook, Taraada, should have an equal
share of the- gold, which was not the
original plan. Rainey and Carlsen quar quarrel
rel quarrel and the Jatter draws a revolver. Rai Rainey
ney Rainey overpowers him, Lund is of opinion
that Carlsen is keeping the captain ill
and is playing to secure the gold, and
Incidentally Peggy, for himself. Tamada,
evidently a Japanese of education and
far above fhe position of cook on such a
vessel as the Karluk, is an unknown
quanfity.x v j
' CHAPTER .VI. An Interview Rainey
has with Tamada does not throw much
light oa the position of the Jap, though
Rainey Is inclined to believe he has no
sinister intentions and would prefer to
side with Luiid and Rainey rather than
with Carlsen and the hunters. Lund is
doubtful, but tells Rainey he has a trump
card In his possession which will enable
him to frustrate any sinister 'plans which
Carlsen may have made. They sight land
and arrangements are made for a confer conference
ence conference to decide on the sharing of the gold.
Carlsen, knowing that Lund would Insist
on Rainey being present in an advisory
capacity to the blind man, Invites Rai Rainey
ney Rainey to attend.

The Show-Oown.
Rainey can. see the skipper," said
Carlsen carelessly.
-All right," said Lund. "Will you do
that, Rainey? Now?" And Rainey
had a fleeting fancy that the giant
winked one of his blind eyes at him,
though the black lenses were deceiv deceiving.
ing. deceiving. ; v y
He went below Immediately and
rapped on the door, a little surprised
to see the girl appear in the opening.
The drawn expression of her face, the
strained faint smile with which she
greeted him, the hopeless look In her
eyes, startled him.
"I wanted to see your father," he
said in a low voice.
She told, him to enter.
"He Is in a stupor, she said. "He
has been that way since last night, fol following
lowing following a collapse. I can barely find
his pnlse, but his breath shows on
She produced a small mirror, little
larger than a dollar, and held it before
her father's lips. When she took It
away Rainey saw a trace of moisture.
"Carlsen cannot rouse him?" he
"Cannot or will not," she answered
in a voice that held a hard quality for
all its despondency.
"Lately the doctor has seemed un uncertain.
certain. uncertain. He talks of perverted nerve
functions, and he has obtained a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous Influence over father.
"You heard what he said when the
night he tried to shoot you? You see,
I am trusting you in all this, Mr.
Rainey. I must trust some one. If I
don't I can't stand it. I think I shall
go mad, sometimes.. The doctor has

changed. It is as If he was a dual
personality like Jekyll and Hyde
and now he la always Hyde. He said
last night that he could save father or
or that he would let father die. I
told him it was sheer murder I He
laughed. He said he would save him
for a price."
She stopped, and Rainey supplied
the gap, sure that he was right.
"If you would marry him?
The girl nodded. "Father will do
anything he tells him. I sometimes
think he tortures father and only re relieves
lieves relieves him when father promises what
he wants. Otherwise I could not un understand.
derstand. understand. Last night father asked me
to do this thing. He told me he looked
upon the doctor as a son, that it would
make him happy for me to marry him
now. That he would perform. the
ceremony. That he did not think he
would live long and he wanted to see
me with a protector.
"It was horrible. What shall I do?"
"Miss Simms," said Rainey, "your

I father is not in his right mind or he
w-.ll A .

nuuiu swt; wuen as you ao, as 1 do.
Carisen's brain is turned with the lure
of the gold. If he marries you, I be believe
lieve believe It is only for your share, for
what 'you will get from your father. It
cannot be right to do a wrong thing.
,ffvi (fwrrifl poma fyora it,, P-ft

j"aeiii.iig may nappen nus taoraini,'
I cannot tell you what I do not fcmiw,
except that Lund Is to face Carlsen. It
may .change matters."
"Lund," she said scornfully. "What
can he do? And he accused my father
of. deserting him. I
A knock came at the doer, and it
started to open. Carlsen entered.'
"Ah," he said. "I trust I have not
disturbed you. I'had no idea I should
interrupt' a tete-a-tete. Are you satis satisfied
fied satisfied as to the captain's contlition, Mr.
Rainey went on deck, raging but im impotent.
potent. impotent. He told Lund briefly of the
talk between him and Peg;y Simms,
and described the general symptoms of
the skipper's strange malady. It was
nine o'clock, an hour to the meeting.
He went down to his own room and
: sat on the bunk, smoking, trying to
piece up the puzzle. If Carlsen was a
1 potential murderer if he At tended to
; let Simms die, why should Le want to
marry the girl? He thought he solved
i that tissue.
' As his wife Carlsen would retain her
share. If he gave her up. It would go
into the common purse. But, if he ex ex-j
j ex-j pected to trick the men out of it all,
i that would be unnecessary. Did he
; really love the girl? Or wiis his lust
1 for gold mingled with a passion for
i possession of her? He nx'ight know

! that the girl would kill henielf before

i she would submit to dishonor. Per-
haps he knew she had the means

1 One thing became paramount to

:save Peggy Simms. Lund Cilght fight
ifor the gold; Rainey would battle for
ithe girl's sanctity. And,- armed with

ithat resolve, Rainey went out into the

main cabin.
Carlsen took" the head of the table.
jLund faced him at the othr end. AH
isix of the hunters, as privileged char-

; acters, wer present, but only three

or the seamen, awkward and dimdent
at being aft- The nine, wli:h Rainey,

.ranged themselves on either ide oi

;the table, five and nve, with 'Rainey
jon Lund's right. The girl was not
I present. Yet her share was, an impor?
tant factor.
? Lund sat with folded" arms, his
I great body relaxed. Now that the
, table was set, the cards all dealt, and
ithe first play about to be made, the
j giant shed his tenseness. Even his
; grim, face softened a trifle.' He seemed
j to regard the affair with a certain
(amount of humor, coupled. with the
'zest of a gambler' who loves the game

1 whether the stakes are for death or

j dollars.
Carlsen had a paper under his hand,

i-but deferred its reading until he had

'addressed the meeting,
j "A ship," he said, "is a
munity, a world in itself. To its safe safety
ty safety every member is a necessity, the
. lookout as much as the man at the
; wheel, the -'common seaman, the navi navigator..
gator.. navigator.. And, when a ship is engaged

in a certain calling, those who are
hired as experts in that line are equal equal-Jy
Jy equal-Jy essential with the rest. Each man's
responsibility being equal, fcis reward

should be also equal.
"Payment for all services comes on

this voyage from an uncertain amount

of gold that Nature, mother of us all,

and therefore intending that all her
children shall share her heritage, has
washed up on a beach from some

deep-sea vein and thus deposited upon

an uncharted, unclaimed island. It is

discovered by an Indian, the discov discovery
ery discovery is handed on to another."
"Meanin me." Lund seemed to be
enjoying himself. Despite the fact
that Carlsen was presiding and most
evidently assumed the attributes of
leader, despite the fact that ten of
the twelve at the' table were arrayed
against him, with the rest of the sea seamen
men seamen behind them, Lund was decided decidedly
ly decidedly enjoying himself. '- ''
"Share and share alike," he said.
"I've got yore drift, Carlfiu Let's
get down to brass tacks. The idea is
to divvy the gold into equal parts,
ain't it? How does she-split? There's
twenty-five souls aboard. "Does that
mean you "split the heap into a hundred-parts
an' each one gits four?"
"No." It was Deming who an answered.
swered. answered. "It don't. The Jap don't
come in, for one.'
"A cook ain't a brother?"
"Not when he's got a yellow skin,"
answered Deming. "We'll take up a
collection for Sandy. Rainey ain't in
on the deaL We split it just twenty twenty-two
two twenty-two ways. What have you got to say
about Itr
His tone was truculent, find Carlsen
did not appear disposed to check him.
He appeared not quite certain of the
temper of the hunters.
"You figger we're all equal aboard,"
said Lurid slowly, "leavia out Mr.
Rainey, Tamada an Sandy. You an
me, an' Carlsen an' Harris there" he
nodded toward one of the seaman
delegates who listened with his slack
mouth agape, scratching himself un under
der under the armpit "are all equal?"
Deming cast a glance at Harris and,
for just a moment, hesitated.
Harris, squirming under the look of
Deming, which was aped by the sud sudden
den sudden scrutiny of all the hunters, found
speech : "How in h 11 did you know
I was here?" he demanded of Lund.'
"I ain't opened my mouth yit!"

"That ain't the truth, Harris," re replied
plied replied Lund composedly. "It's alius
open. But if you want to know, I
smelled ye."
There was a guffaw at the sally.
Carisen's voice stopped it.
"I'll answer the question, Lund. Yes,
we're all equal. The world is not a,
democracy. Harris, so far, hasn't had
a chffnce to get the equal share that
belongs to him by rights. That's what
I meant by saying that the Karluk
was a little world of Its own. We're
all equal on board."
"Except Rainey, Tamada an Sandy.
Seems to me yore argumint's got holes
in it, Carlsen."
"We are waiting to know whether
you agree with t:s?" rep'Jed Carlsen.
His voice had altered quality. It held
the direct challenge. Ltmd accepted
"I don't," he answered ilryly. "There
ain't enny one of you icy eqnnl, an
you've showed it. You had t "d to together
gether together in a pack, like a fix-'. ::-ep,
with .Carlsen for she'phel Tm
talking," he went on in a tone that
suddenly leaped to thunder. "None of
you have got the brains of Carlsen,
becoz he had to put this scheme inter
yore noodles. Deming. you know d n
well you play better poker than the
rest, an you agreed to ithis becoz you

afore" the vy age is over. The rti o
you suckers listened becoz some one
tells you you are goiu to get more
than what's rightly comin to you.
"This gold is mine by right of dis discovery.
covery. discovery. I lose my ship through bad
luck, an I make a deal whereby the
skipper gets the same as I do, an' the
ship, which is the same as his daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, gets almost as much. You men
were offered a share on top of yore
wages if you wanted to take the
chance two shares to the hunters. It
was d d liberal, an you grabbed at
It. I got left on the Ice, blind on a
breakin floe, an you sailed off an'
grabbed a handful or so of gold,
enough to set you crazy.
"What in blazes would you know
what to do with It, enny of you? Spill
It all along the Barb'ry coast, or
gamble it off to Deming. Is there
one of you 'ud have got off thet floe
an, blind as I was, turned up ag'ln?
Not one of ye. An' when I did show
you got sore becoz you'd figgered
there 'ud be more with me away.
"A fine lot of skunks. You can take
yore d d bit of paper an' light yore

CTxr fat

"A Fire Lot of Skunks
pipes with it, for all of me. To h 11
with it f
"Shut up,!" Ills voice topped the
murmurs at the table. Carlsen sat
quiet, sometimes licking his lips gent gently,
ly, gently, listening to Lund as he might have
listened to the rantings of a melodra melodramatic
matic melodramatic actor. But Rainey sensed that
he was making a mistake. He was
letting Lund go too far. The men were
listening to Lund, and he knew that
the giant was talking for a specific
purpose. Just to what end he could
not giess. 'The big booming voice
held them, while it lashed them.
"Equal to me? Iiah! I'm a man.
Yo're a lot of fools?. Talk about me
bein' blind. It was ice-blink got me.
Then ophthalmy matterin up my
eye's,' It's gold-blink's got you. Yo're
cave-fish, a lot of blind suckers."
He leaned over the table pointing
a massive square finger, thatched with
red wool, direct at Carlsen, as if he
had been leveling a weapon.
"Carisen's a fake! He's got you
hipped.. He thinks he's bosst becoz
he's the only navigator of yore crowd.
I ain't .'overlooked that card, Carlsen.
That ain't the only string he's got on
ye. Nor. the three shares he expects
to pull down. He made you pore suck suckers
ers suckers fire off all your shells; he found
out you ain't got a gun left among j,ou
that's enny more use.tiian a club. He's
got a gun an' he showed you how he
could use it. He's sittin back larfin'
at the bunch of you !"
The men stirred. Rainey saw Carl Carl-sen's
sen's Carl-sen's grin disappear. He dropped the
paper. Ills face paled, the veins
showed suddenly like purple veins In
dirty marble..
"I've got that gun yet, Lund," he
snarled. r
Lund laughed, the ring of it so con confident
fident confident that the men glanced from him
to Carlsen nervously.
"Yo're a fake, Carlsen," be said.
"And I've got yorp number! To h 1
with you an' yore' pop-gun. You ain't
even a doctor. I saw real doctors
ashore about my eyes. Niphablepsla,
they call snow-blindness. Til bet you
never heard of it. Yo're only a woman-conning
dope-shooter! Else you'd
have known that niphablepsla ain't
permanent! I've bin gettin my sight
Back ever since I left Seattle. An'
now, d n you for a moldy-hearted,
sllmy-souled fakir, stand up an say
yo're my, equal!"
He stood up himself, towering above
the rest as they rose from their chairs,
tearing the black glasses from his
eyes and flinging them at Carlsen, who
was forced to throw up a hand to
ward them off." Rainey got one glimpse
of the giant's eyes. They were gray gray-blue,
blue, gray-blue, the color of agateware, hard at
! steel. Implacable.
Carlsen 'swept aside the spectacles
and they shattered on the floor as he
leaped up and the automatic shone in
his hand. Lund had folded his arm
above his great chest. He laughed
again," and his arms opened.
In an Instant Rainey caught the ob object
ject object of Lund's speechmaklng. He had
done it to enrage Carlsen beyond en endurance,
durance, endurance, to make him draw his gun.
Giant as he was, he moved with the
grace oT a panther, with a swiftness
too fast for the eye to register. Some Something
thing Something flashed in his right hand, a gun,
that he had drawn from a holster
slung over his left breast.
The shots blended. Lund stood
there erect, uninjured. A red blotch
showed between Carisen's eyes. He
slumped down into his chair, his arms
clubbing the table, his gun falling
from his nerveless hand, his forehead
striking ithe wood like the sound of
an auctioneer's gaveL Lund had beat beaten
en beaten him to the draw.
Lund, no longer a blind Samson,
with contempt in his agate eyes, sur surveyed
veyed surveyed the scattering group of men who
stared at the dead man dully, as if
gripped by the exhibition of a miracle.
"Its all right. Miss Simms," he said.
"Jest killed a skunk. Rainey, git that
run n attend to the young ladywlll

you?" - -
The girl stood in the doorway of
her father's cabin, her face frozen to
horror, her eyes fixed on Lund with
repulsion. As Rainey got the auto automatic,
matic, automatic, slipped it into his pdtket, and
went toward her, she shrank from
him. But her voice was for Lund.
"You murderer!" she cried.
Lund grinned at her, but there waa
no laughter in his eyes.
"Well thrash that out later, miss,"
he said. "Now,.f ou men. Jump for'ard,
all of you. Deming. unlock that door.
Jump! Equals.' are you? Ill show
you who's master on thla ship. Walt T
His voice snapped like the crack of
a whip and they all halted, save Dem Deming,
ing, Deming, who sullenly fitted the key to the
lock of the corridor. entrance.
"Take this with you," said Lund,
pointing to Carisen's sagging body.
"When you git tired of his company,
throw him overboard. Jump to It!"
The nearest men took up the body
of the doctor and they all filed for forward,
ward, forward, silently obedient to the man
who ordered them.
The girl shuddered. Rainey saw
that Lund was exhilarated by his vic victory,
tory, victory, that the primitive fighting brute
was prominent. Carlsen had tried to
shoot first, goaded to It; his death
was deserved ; but It seemed to Rainey
that Lund's exhibition of savagery
was unnecessary. But he also saw
that Lund would not heed any protest
that he might, make, he was still
swept on by hl course of action, not
yet complete.
Til borrow Carisen's sextant," said
Lund. "Nigh noon, an erbout time I
got our reckonln." He went into the
doctor's cabin and came out with the
instrument, tucking It under his arm
as he went on deck.
The girl wheeled into her father's
room and shut the door. Rainey
heard the click of the bolt on the
other side. He listened for a moment,
but heard nothing within the skipper's
cabin. The swift, rush of events was
still a jumble. Slowly he went up the
companionway to the deck.

(Continued Tomorrow)


Arrival and departure of passenger
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
Leave ,. Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 Mm
2:55 am NTfork-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am: Tampa 2:15 am
1 :50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1 :35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 urn
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday. :
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

I can now give you tie
tv.0 very latest, 'up-to-date
'methods, assurinz you

6 mos careful and

kuuru service.
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight -tieeialiat

Virginia Uij Severed Willi AcKei
. 'and Pais Until Mother Begaa
7- GiTing Her Cardd.'

Dublin, Va. Miss Mary .Alice
Hughett residing on Route 2, near
here, recently told a visitor ef her,
Interesting experience with CarduL
Miss Hughett said: "I had been Buf Buffering
fering Buffering 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 suffer
once a month with my back, sides
and head. My limbs would ache and
I didn't know what to do, but I knew
I must do something, for I didn't get
well by letting it raw on.
"My mother is a believer in CarduJ,
for the saw what it did for others as
well as herself, so she began giving
it to me.
"It wasn't long before I saw a
change. It was just what I needed.
It regulated tee. I began to eat and
Bleep, and the pain stopped.
"Cardul is without doubt the best
female tonic made, and I am glad I
can recommend it to others."
If suffering with symptoms such as
Mis3 Hughett mentions, or other ail ailments
ments ailments peculiar to women, why not be begin
gin begin Cardul at once? Its merit Is well
established by successful use- for more
than 40 years.
Try Cardul!
Your druggist sella it NOUS

Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.


N C V.JRoberts Barney Spencer

Phone 305 Phone 431

Funeral Directors, Embalm en
Private Morgue and Chapel
Office Phone 350. Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway


sr. s
- 1

Elagneloes Recharged Cars Washed end Polished
Repair, Work, Accessories, Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave. t and Osceola St.
Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida




HjirfWe invite the public to take edeantagecf carl delivery
system tvhen in need'jof Frest 1 Meats. Yon get rcck-bctUm
prices ami freedelitery to any part cf the city.
Note these prices: .-j

Round Steak
Per pound
Loin Steak
Per pound
Porterhouse Steak
Per pound'.
Chuck Steak
Per pound
T Roast
Per pound
Brisket Stew
Per pound
Rib Stew
Per pound
Flank Stew
Per pound

Veal Cutlets, per lb, 33c
Veal Chops, per lb. ....... ,33c
Veal Roast, per lb 30c

25 c

Pork Chops
Per pound
Pork Stew
Per pound
Pork Steak
Per pound
Pork Hams
"Per pound. .....
Round Roast
Ter pound......
Loin Roast
Per pound....!.
Pork Sausage
Per pound

Pork and Beef Sausage on
Ter pound UC
Liver, per lb...... ..v 24c
Brains, per lb 25c
Soup Bones ......10c and 13c

25 c

C. P A T E U E

In Crescent Grocery Store


Merchants Block

Phone 1C3 Ocala, Florida


in price

ll"FFy IJ"11 as gocd as any and less in

UNEED.S and all former
10c pkgs. Crackers...

Three packages
All former 20c. pkgs.
Tall Pink
Campbell's Soup
per can
Campbell's Soup,
four cans for
Octagon Soap,
per bar...
Octagon Soap,

three bars for

Export Soap,
. per dozen
Cherry Bell Flour
24. lb sack. .


45 c
55 c


Sauers Self Rising f Q r
24 lb sack. ....... Ol.U
Sauers Self Rising CZCk
121b. sack DUC

Walter .Baker's Cocoa
half pound tins....
One pound of
good Tea
Senate Coffee
per pound.
Senate Coffee,
two pounds for

Senate Coffee, h1 1 fl
three pounds for. vllw

40 c
75 c

Argo Salmon,
per can
Argo Salmon,
two cans forN
Virginia Dare Wine,'
large, per bottle. .
Virginia Dare "Wine,
small, per bottle....
Eeddick Peanut Butter
per pound
Evaporated Milk,
" large

Evaporated Milk, r7(
large, per dozen. V U

Evaporated Milk,
small :
Evaporated Milk,
small, per dozen....
Three packages
Argo Starch
One dozen packages
Argo Starch
Quart jars
of Hont

Quart cans
of Syrup..:
Pint jars or
. Bottles Syrup....
.Bulk Syrup
per gallon
Bulk Syrup
per quart

40 c
75 c
40 c


30 c

Pcrlna Feed for Cons, Chickens and Horses. Free Delivery

The best is none too good for our
customers; that's why we make the
best bread and roll3 to be had. We aim
to please. Federal Bakery. l-t

Special, pie apples 30c a dozen.
Phone 596. Fort King Confectionery.
Free delivery. 7-3t


Best meals i the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
2G0, 310 N. Main street. tf

Salt rtullet, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf

-Skin Cleer and flesh
-.' firm Willi Yeast
. VilaniGii

Concentrated Tablet Easy and
Economical to Take-RetuTts


Cmt That firm FUh,
"Pm" mai HMlthv Clow

V IT AM ON Tablet.

Every mn or woman who baa beard of the
srondroua health arid beauty-malins lower of
th vitamiuej in yp&st, fresh vegetable sad
other rsw food wU be glad to kaow of the
wnKH4 results Leing ottaiced from tL Lighly t
coneatrat-d re&ft -Maatiu'e VlTAilON tb'
leu. The supply proper ckse of U three
vitamin (A, B, and C s.nd are now uA by
thousands who aj.prfctate tbeir tcoDoany. con convenience
venience convenience and Qmck reeuita. Maiun' VITA VITA-MON
MON VITA-MON mixe wiitt your food, help it to digest
and provide tirs LeikL-givici?. Ueticth-bui.r.g
nourwhuient l.'Jt your body mut have to maJce
firm tisrje, etrong nrve. rich blood and a
keen, active brain. Ttey will not eaue e&a or
upt the ftomach, but, on the contrary, are a
great aid in eweomia indirection or chrccie
coaati patina. Pimple, foua and ekia emp tioriS
seera to .vsrii u if by caaic, leaving; the
complexion eiear srd gJowins with b-aih- Be
:re to remain ler tLe tame Ma.-:tia'i VI-TA-MON.
Do cot Mpt imitA&ms or nlmuvaUm.
X on ean get Majtia'a YITAMO.V Tablet at ail
grod dregsisv.


C EMU. hi


Arc Pot! Lively Gtarastctd
to Put On Firm Flea,
Gear the Skin aad Increase
Energy WTien Taken VVlth
Every Med or Money Back






WANTED To rent small apartment
for two. Apply "ff," care the Star.
Apply in writing. 7-3t
HONEY TO LOAN $1000, on im improved
proved improved city property, for a client.
Apply to D. Niel Ferguson, Hoolder
block. 8-2t

FOR SALE Charleston Wakefield

'cabbage plants and Radfield Beauty

Tomato plants, 25 cents per hundred
or $2 per 1000, f. o. hi, Ocala, cash

with order. C. H. Cooner, 746 Wy Wy-St..
St.. Wy-St.. Ocala. Phone 389. 7-6t


If you have any society items for

the Star, please call five-one.

Mrs. B. P. Hatehell of Oranke Lake

spent the day in Ocala.

,This is a Studebaker year, tf

with the farm loan bank of Glumbia,
S. C and his unexplained absence

naturally makes temporary trouble

for those dealing with the associa

tion. President Johnson of the asso

ciation notified the Columbia bank
last night.

FOR RENT Four furnished rooms

and bath apartment for rent two
blocks from postoffice. Apply to

Mrs. R. T. Weaver at the Elite Mil

linery Shop. I 7-6t


your old shoes when a small amount
of repairs will make them as good

as new for' all practical purposes 1

Work neatly executed on short no

tice. Only best material used. A.

B. Halsell, 12 West Ft. King Ave

sue. 11-8-lm

LOST Ladies' Waltham watch, clos

ed case. Roman figures, filigree on

both sides. Reward for return. Miss

Rena Smith at Style Hat Shop. 6t

UTILES Ten nair four year old

matched mules, will weigh 1100
pounds when 1 grown ; sound ; price

three hundred and fifty to four hun-

- dred and fifty a pair. Anthony

Farms, Anthony, Fla. 28-tf

j FOR SALE Home of seven rooms,

pantry and bath room in fine loca
tion. AH modern conveniences. Ga

rage for two cars. Terms if desired

For further information call at

Needham Bros', store opposite Har

rinrtnn Hall hotel. : 30-tl

... : ; 4.


need of any kind of hauling, give
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable. Phone 169 and

117. : 28-tf

Miss Helen Zeigler, who has been

making her home with Mrs. Frazier

on Watula street, will in the future

stay with Mrs. R. Ragsdale.
Call phone iU8 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries m a hurry. Main Street Market.
" n .
Dr. and Mr. J. L. Davis, Mis3 Ma

mie Fant and Mrs. Zora Mclver form

ed a party from Irvine for a day of

shopping in Ocala.

Cranf ord Stanley's home made

candles fresh daily.. Quality Fruit

Store, next to Master- 29-tf

The friends of Dr. C. L. Collins wfl

I be sorry to hear that he is quite sick
I at his home and hope that he will soon

be able to be out again.

Coffee and cinnamon rolls fresh ev

ery day at the Federal Bakery. l-6t

Test our delivery service when you

w ant FRESH meat. Just call phone

i08. Main Street Market. ; tf

Fraternal Orders

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at

7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. I. Adams, Secretary.


"Uncle Hiram' 'and "Aunt Lucindy

Birdseed" were among tHe callers at

the Star office today. They are trav

eling the state in the interest of the
big State Fair to be held in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville next week. The warm invitation

they are extending Oealans to be
present at the Stats Fair makes the

Star force have -a real desire to visit
the metropolis next-week, and condi conditions
tions conditions permitting we will represented
on this occasion. "Uncle Hiram" (Mr.

H. A. Davis) lived in Ocala some 35

vpars acrn and r.lerWd at thp olH Mon-I niorfoi- Vn 9Q ft TV S

j o j .aia uo kvi 9 v t
tezuma hotel, which was at that time ( meets at the Masonic hall the second

oenig upemieu uy ma iamcr. ana iourtn inursaay evening 01 eacn

. i month at 8 o'clock.
Thanksgiving luncheon sets, place j Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
cards, favors, seals, candy boxes, Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

puritan and turkey crepe papers, at ;

Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No, 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wresson, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.





Mr. and Mrs. White of Palatka, who

have been the" guests of Mr. and Mrs.

John Good for a few days, returned
home yesterday.

W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and

surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and

throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,

Ocala, Fla. i Adv.-tf

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green arrived in

Ocala from Jacksonville last night
and are receiving a cordial welcome
from their friendsl They were ex

pected a week ago but changed their

plans. Mr. and Mrs. Green are at the

Arms House for the winter.

FOR 'RENT Extra large and well
ventilated rooms, furnished or un-

, furnished, hot and cold water in

bath. Largest and best rooms in
town for the money. Call at the

Dormitory or phone 305. 26-tf

PAINTING For the better class of i

interior painting and refinishmg

furniture and pianos, phone 107. T.

D. Dillon. 5-6t

$100 REWARD Will pay $100 re reward
ward reward for the arrest of party and

return of goods stolen from my

nlace of business on Monday night.

Jerry Burnett, the tailor, corner Ft.

' King and S. Magnolia St. 4-tf

FOR RENT Five room apartment.

Atmlv to Jerrv Burnett. Cor. J?ort

King and S. Magnolia, phone 73. tf

FOR RENT Six room furnished
house, with use of piano (615 South
"Sanchez St.) for $35 per month.
'Apply to 615 S. Sanchez St., or
write Mrs. F. Lytle, Stanton, Fla. 6t

' FOR SALE High grade Jersey cow;

young calf Will make' the butter

pay. ijomersee ner. w. m. uisi, jjuc-

- Intosh, Fla. t ; 9-3t

FOR 'RENT Three furnished rooms

to rent for sleeping apartments,, not
housekeeping. Phone 22l No., 607

Fort. King Aye. v S-6t

STRAY COW Have a stray cow,
which was taken up about "a week

' s ago. Communicate with C. L. Angel,

One of the auto tourists who stop-1 0ca!a Lod?e No- 286 Benevolent
ped at the Ocala camp ground this and Protective Order of Elks, meets
vrcek complained to the Star 'of 'the the 8ec0nd and fourth Tuesday eve eve-difficulty
difficulty eve-difficulty in obtaining wood. He said ;ninss each month. Visiting breth breth-he
he breth-he could have bought a load of alwayg welcome. Lodge rooms

at one of the wood yards, but only upstairs over lroxiers ana tne isook

wanted an armfull and could not ob-:cnoP Jiam s'-ee,

tain it. The wood yards should sell

these people what they want. v

Pound cakes and layer cakes at the

Federal Bakery. l-6t

The funeral services of Mr. Isaac

A. A. Vandenbrock, E. E.

C. Y. Miller, Secretary.


Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec-

i t?:j : o --ii, ir:-:

Stevenf were held at his late residence ir SOVereieTis are alwavs welcome.

. t a n rt r 1 l!

yesieraay aiiernoon ai i:ou o ciock



church officiated




While kul gloves cleaned free with
ladies' -work at the Royal Cleaners.
Phone 443. 18-tf

II. B. Baxter,
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

C. C.



Silk and Cotton
Piece Goods
I Notions

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle halL A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Rilea, C. C.
CK. Sage, K. of R. & S.

The sewing circle of" the Baptist

church will hold a cake, candy and

fancy work sale on the Ocala House

porch begmning at. 10 o'clock Satur

day morning. 9-3t

Mr. Anson B Halsell, of the Fort

Kine avenue shoe shop, has added to

bis jmechanical staff C. D. Humphries,

of Vidalia, Ga., who comes with a
splendid recommendation as an ex

pert repair workman.

Prof. J. S. Gibson, the celebrated

phrenologist and character reader, is

in the city and will be found at the

Harrington Hall Hotel. It

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

Mrs. Paul Simmons, will entertain a
number of friends tomorrow afternoon
at three o'clock at her home on Okla Okla-waha.
waha. Okla-waha. I
r-t 1 jI J 1 Xl

some new learner gooas, leaiuer n
t. .' 1 Tulula Loage No. 22, I. O. O. F.

UU3 UI1U UUiacs 1UI lOUica, unci vases , . .nn
j u-ii m ttjtp Trnxr 'meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
and bill folds for men, at THE BOOK ,, un ;
wni q clock at the Odd Fellows ball m the
bilUF" y'6 third story of the Gary block. A

t T m t- warm welcome always extenaea to
Mr. R. L .Turner of Imverness, ;

. , ... . visiting Drotners.
state rural school inspector, spent the i M n

uay m Frank q churchillf Secretary.

11CAI OtUJ).

Ocala, Fla.



I am running two woodsaws. John
Hatehell and Arthur Willoughby are
ooeratinz them. See them or phone

S68 and your wood will be cut on short

notice. ; -s

It is urgently requested that the

ladies of Ocala take advantage of the

suffrage given them and that they
register at the city hall, where the
books will Ibe open until Saturday,
that they may vote in the" December
city election.

The sewing circle of the Baptist

church will hold a cake, candy and

fancv work sale on the Ocala House

porch beginning at 10 o'clock Satur

day morning. 9-3t

it i. -witli rprret that Ocala will

' -""O-
lose Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Frazier and

family. Mrs. Frazier and two sons

leave tomorrow for a visit with Mrs

Frazier's mother in Oxford, Mrs. Mit

chell, who has been sick. The end of
!the week she will join Mr. Frazier in

Orlando,' where they will make their

future "home. For a number of years

Mr. Frazier has traveled for John

Hurst of Baltimore. He has now gone

into the mercantile business for him
self in Orlando.

Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at

the City Fish Market. tf

Mr. T. M. Kilgore, "who has been at attending
tending attending the Alachua County Fair at
Gainesville, reports that R. B. Duff,

one of the confidence men sent up

Mrs-. J .H. Spencer has as her guest f ,om this countv last year, and whose

her cousin, Mrs. Julia Harter of Fair- term has : expired. Jia3 on the fair

fax, S. C Mrs. Harter has been a Er0unds two men and two women sell

visitor in town before and the friends inr maps of Florida for an Atlanta

she made during her former visit are publication. As they will probably be

i here at the Marion County Fair," or

, j j-uuiiti, ivti
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar. the lookout for them. There have been

, V ( no authorized maps of Florida printed

I since the legislature adjourned.

glad to renew the acquaintance.


Middy Blouses
" iS Leather Goods
, Christmas Novelties
, Dolls
Veilings v
Every single item in stock reduced to
. 75 cents oii'the dollar
. Your opportunity to save 25 on your winter needs. All brand new stocks
reduced right in the heart of the season.


"The Fashion Center"







Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents; special
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service day and night. West side of
pablic square.

The friends of Mr. R. S. Rogers of

the Rogers-Wilson Company are much

worried over his prolonged absence.

Mr. Rogers has not been at his, home

since Saturday night, and Mrs. Rog

ers does not know where he is, Mr.

Rogers is the secretary-treasurer of

the Ocala branch of the National

Loan Association, which is connected

Jackson County Fair, Mari Mari-anna,
anna, Mari-anna, November 4 to 19.
Leon County Fair, Tallahas Tallahassee,
see, Tallahassee, November 22 to 26.
Alachua County Fair, Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, November to 11.
Suwannee County Fair, Live
Oak, November 8 to 12.
- Orange County Fair, Orlan Orlando,
do, Orlando, February 14 to 19.
Bradford County Fair, Lake
Butler, November 1 to 5.
r St. Lucie County Fair, Vero,
January 24 to "27.
Madison County Fair, Madi Madison,
son, Madison, October 26- to 29.
Marion County Fair, Ocala,
November 22 to 26.
South Florida Fair, Tampa,
February 9 to 11.
Florida State Fair, Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, November 12 to 19.
Jefferson County Fair, Mon--ticello,
November 4 to 5.
1 "Taylor County Fair, Perry,
November 1 to 5.
Columbia County Fair, Lake
City, November 1 to 5.
Georgia-Florida Fair, Val Val-dosta,
dosta, Val-dosta, .Ga., October 31 to No November
vember November 5.

Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder of

' Jackson, Mich., arrived in Ocala yes-
terday, and in a day or so will go over

to their pretty winter home by Lake
,Kerr. Their friends are glad to see
them, and, as will be seen by today's
; distiches, they left Michigan just in

Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents; special

Twenty-five tires, 32x3, standard
makes, at cost, ?15. Mack Taylor, p
phone 348, Ocala, Fla. .9-6t H
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Sheriff Thomas has bought a swift N

and staunch Dodge car from Mack




The Main Street Market will be

closed all day Armistice Day, Friday, t

November llth. .. 2t J

Cook's Market and Grocery
x Exclusive Retail Depot for
Whole Jersey Milk

High Grade Things to Eat

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1917 Buick "6" roadster, new tires,

newly painted. Price $450. Mack Tay-!

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service day and night. West side of j




In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room ervic U
second to uone







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