The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
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Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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WEATHER FORECAST Local rains tonight or Thursday. TE3IJ&aATi;gES This morning, 64; this afternoon. 72.
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In Its Third Year at the Marion Coun County
ty County Fair, Its Exhibits Are Im Impossible
possible Impossible to Excel
Too much cannot be said in com commendation
mendation commendation of the .excellent displays
shown by the various communities of
the county in their community ex exhibits.
hibits. exhibits. Not only is the display large
and selected from the' best of Mar Marion's
ion's Marion's products, but it is also well ar arranged.
ranged. arranged. The county is proud of its
people who raised the products and
wer kind and patriotic enough to
offer them for display at their fair.
Marion county has the best farmers
in the state and they show the right
spirit when they Kelp get their pro products
ducts products together at a considerable in inconvenience
convenience inconvenience and put them on display
at the fair to help each other to see
what their neighbors are doing and to
show .outsiders what Marion can do.
In addition to the men who raised
the products on display a special vote
of thanks should be extended those
who devoted their time to the collec collection,
tion, collection, of these products and their ar arrangement
rangement arrangement in the booths. Each and
every booth at the fair shows consid considerable
erable considerable skill and taste to say nothing
of the hours and hours of hard work.
Although it was impossible to secure
the names of all those taking part in
this feature of the work, it is the de desire
sire desire of the fair officials and the coun county
ty county to express their appreciation and
thanks to those whose names were

secured and generally to all others
who helped in any way in this excel excellent
lent excellent work. Those to whom special
thanks is to be rendered are:
Mrs. John Mathews, Mrs. Clark,
Mr. A. Johnson, Mr. Pritchett, Mr. H.
W. Baxter and Mr. John Booth.
" Belleview
Mr. E. L. French, Mr. Louis Weihe,
Mrs. M. J. Mulligan, Mr. C. P. Dus Dus-tin
tin Dus-tin and Mr. C. E. Crandle.
Mrs. J. B. Borland, Mrs. Ramey,
Mrs. Pate, Mrs. Williams, Mr. Sum Summers,
mers, Summers, Mr. Fay Moody, Mr. Almony
and Mr. Pate.
Messrs. Fred and George Buhl, Otto
Young, Mrs. L. A. Jones, Mr. Arthur
Douglas and Mr. J. W. Jones.
Mrs. W. N. Fielding, Mr. Walter
f Credle, Mrs. Charles Swain, Mrs.
Lindsay, Mrs. George Keeney, Messrs.
George Keeney and Baker Keen.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thomas, Mrs.
E. W. Luff man, Mrs. J. D. Turner,
Mrs. A. G. Stephens, Mrs. T. J. Mc Mc-Quaig,
Quaig, Mc-Quaig, Mr.. A. F. Parry, Messrs.
Ernest and Homer Luffman.
Oak-Griner Farm
Mrs. E. L. Howell, Mr. and Mrs.
Ike Perkins, Miss Estelle Hall, Mr.
John Seller, Mr. Ralph Seiler, Mr. O.
C. Frank, Mr. Will Franklyn, Mrs.
Newcome, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Dyal,
. Ollie Jones, Al Rhames and Miss
Allie Seiler.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Christian, Miss
Eflie Cromer, ,Miss Mamie Thomas,
Mrs. J. R. Norsworthy, Mr. W. E.
Grubbs, Miss Bobbie Baldwin, Mr. L.
C. Dardin and Mr. A. L. Lindsay.
Anthony Mrs. W. N. Fielding in
' Anthony has a good looking booth.
Everygreen is used as the material of
construction. The sides and ceiling
are made of palmettos and bamboo,
supplemented with sugar cane, aspar asparagus
agus asparagus and Japanese cane. The An-
thcny booth has some stalks of grow-
mg corn about two feet tall, bpme bpme-less
less bpme-less cactus is shown in the exhibit,
v which along with velvet beans, hay,
oats, corn, cassava, chufas and pea peanuts
nuts peanuts speaks well for Anthony as a
stock raising community. Anthony has
her share of good housewives as is
demonstrated by the good display or
canned fruits and vegetables. A cen-
ter back piece for the Anthony ex-
hibit is made of nine varieties of
sugar cane. Fresh vegetables of ev
ery description5 are in evidence. Ham
and bacon form a large part of thls
exhibit. Anthony shows Egyptian
wheat, broom corn, wool and prickly
pears in addition to the other regular
farm products. In their exhibit is
also some vinegar made from Califor California
nia California deer seed and an exhibit that An-

President Harding Has Signed Bill
Prohibiting It Being Used On
Physicians' Prescriptions

(Associated Ptmi)
Washington, Nov. 23. President
Harding today signed a bill prohibit prohibiting
ing prohibiting physicians prescribing beer as a
, Sine die adjournment of the extra
session of Congress is expected to be
taken tonight as the Senate agreed
to vote on the tax bill late today and
the House is marking time. The reg regular
ular regular session convenes in December.
Unsettled weather with strong
probability of rain over the eastern
half of the country was forecast for
Thanksgiving by the weather bureau
today. The disturbance off the Flor Florida
ida Florida coast was central early today west
of Key West, and with moderate in intensity
tensity intensity moving northwestward.
Prohibition in Florida was discuss
ed with Commissioner Blair today by
William Jennings Bryan. Mr. Bryan
is said to have informed the commis
sioner that the liquor situation in
Florida is serious, particularly with
regard to smuggling and took up the
question of forestalling the fleet of
small rum running craft.
t-'iony thinks will be exclusive in their
Candler Mrs. John Mathews and A.
Johnson in Charge
Candler challenges the attention of
the passing crowd with her sign. It
reads "Candler Some Pumpkin," and
under the sign is indeed "some pump pumpkin."
kin." pumpkin." The color scheme is purple and
orange and the booth is decorated in
streamers of crepe paper of those
colors. A curiosity shown in this
booth is a stump cut from a giant
careless weed. This weed has the
proportions of a regular tree and as
one observer was heard to remark,
"It surely must be some land to pro produce
duce produce a weed of that size." Candler
has on display Japanese cane and
sugar cane, pumpkins, cashaws, pep peppers,
pers, peppers, natal hay and rice. Her display
of jellies, fruits and honey is good
and her citrus fruit display shows
that Marion county leads.
Citra Mrs. Borland in Charge
"Citra the Home of the Pineapple
Orange" is the sign that takes the
eye when you pause in front of this
booth. In addition to this sign is one
which, demonstrates that they have
oranges in Citra. This is a sign made
with oranges arranged on a white
background to spell Citra. Around
the oranges inside the letters are the
green orange leaves and the whole is
a very attractive composition. Citra
emphasizes her citrus industry more
than any other one 'feature in her
booth. They have a display of six
teen" varities of citrus fruits and they
all look A No. 1 in their class. The
decorations of the Citra booth are
white and green, using crepe paper
and palmettos. In spite of her va;
rious citrus exhibits, Citra shows
signs of considerable general agricul
tural activities. She has a large dis
play of canned goods, preserves, jams
and jellies. Her display of black wal
nnts and pecans is especially attrae
tive. Citra shows some quincidonias,
which have the same preserving qual
ities as quinces. Since quinces will
not grow in Florida, Citra is fortu
nate in having a substitute that an
swers as well. They have soap ber berries
ries berries and both hard water and wash
; mg soap made from, the soap berries.
Another of the unusual products seen
in this booth is rice. Eggs, butter
and cottage cheese show the activity
of, her housewives. Fresh figs are in
evidence in Citra's booth and benne
seed are featured and explained to
visitors as seed that are used in the
: manufacture of candy. Banana trees
an(j bunches of bananas constitute
the front of this booth. Of course,
jthey show the regular equipment of
' frm products and vegetables in
keeping with an up to date Marion
county community.
( Continued Tomorrow)
Eat your Thanksgiving dinner with
the Methodist ladies at the fair
grounds, 75 cents. It

Premier Briand Desirous of Patting

Powers on Record, Before He
Returns to France
Washington, Nov. 23. fAssociated
Press). The delegations represent representing
ing representing the five great powers went into
the first executive conference on land
armaments today with the French
hoping that negotiations would be
pressed to the point of a formal ex expression
pression expression of some character before the
departure of Premier Briand for
France. Briand would like the pow powers
ers powers to definitely declare for the sup support
port support of France in her determination
not to weaken materially her" army,
but it was recognized that important
obstacles might lie in the way of so
formal a pledge. Discussion of land
armament momentarily overshadowed
developments of other subjects of
naval reduction and the far east and
deviation from the prepared program
ia understood to have resulted from
the French desire to put the powers
on record before the departure of
Premier Briand.
There was no definite declaration
of policy at today's land armament
Mystery- Surrounds the Absence Of
Deputy Marshal from His
Home in Miami
( Associated Press)
Miami, Nov. 23. Mystery sur
rounds the finding of the abandoned
automobile of Adam W. Oberlin, dep
uty United States marshal, who has
been absent for a week, supposedly on
government business. The car was
found in the Everglades. The family
say they are not alarmed.
There will be the special service of
Thanksgiving tomorrow, Thursday,
at 10 o'clock.
John J. Neighbour, Rector.
Three carloads of horses arrived in
town today. The fair association has
joined with the American Trotting
Association, 'and plenty of-good rac racing
ing racing is to be expected at the fair
The public library. will be .closed
this evening,' Thursday and Friday
morning, until 4 o'clock Friday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, cut of respect for Miss Louise
Gamsby, librarian.
Chief of Police Gordon asks the
Star to tell people who want the
police to call Phone Five-Two-Seven
(527)" 1 ll-21-6t-ps
The A-R Grocery will be closed all
day on Thanksgiving Day.
r 22-2t H. E. Abbott, Manager.
Come to the Japanese
Gift Shop
for a cup of tea, candies, etc.
For fresh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Market. tf
Thanksgiving favors, luncheon sets,
etc., at The Book Shop. 22-3t
Call phone IU8 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
Ask for the new "sweet
at the Federal Bakery.
Our yard and office will be closed
all day Thursday (Thanksgiving.)
R. H. Todd Lumber Co. 21-2t
Pompano-and Spanish Mackerel at
the City Fish Market. tf
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Come to the Japanese Gift Shop
for a cud of tea. candies, etc. 19-3t
Overland 90, five passenger; good
tires, top, upholstering and paint;
$350. Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Co. Phone 8, city. 15-tf
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Advtf

State Controller Amos Wires the Star

That All Back Taxes Most Be
Paid All at Once
There has been much dispute about
how the back taxes of the Oklawaha
Valley railroad could be paid in case
the receiver was allowed to issue the
certificates. Sheriff Thomas has al always
ways always said that he would- not release
the road unless all the back taxes
and costs were paid. But a number
of people, evidently not well acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with the law, have maintained that
if the receiver could issue certificates
he could pay the taxes in instalments,
a thousand dollars a month or more.
A dispatch to that effect was sent the
Associated Press from Palatka Mon Monday
day Monday night and published in Tuesday
morning's papers.
While the Star was morally certain
that the taxes could not be paid in any
such manner, it desired corroborative
evidence, and wired for the same to
State Controller Amos, from whom,
at noon today, it received the follow following
ing following telegram:
Tallahassee, Nov. 23. Oklawaha
Valley "railroad back taxes, $19,000
and costs, must be paid in full, all at
once. Ernest Amos, Comptroller.
France Has Developed a Machine
That Can Either Run on the
Ground or Fly
(Associated PresJ
Paris, Nov. 23. A flying automo automobile
bile automobile is the latest development in the
French aero world. A successful
demonstration of an ordinary auto
mobile with folding wings and two
engines, one of ten horsepower for
j lang going and the other of.300 horse-
power for air travel, was held recent recently.
ly. recently. The machine performed all the
usual feats of an airplane and an au automobile.
tomobile. automobile. .MISS CLARK'S DEFENSE
fAssociated Press )
Orlando, Nov. 23. The selection of
jurors to try Lena Clark and Baxter
Paterson, charged with the murder of
Fred Miltimore, proceeded slowly, to today
day today and by the noon recess the state
had used up its six peremptory chal challenges,
lenges, challenges, the attorney for Miss Clark
threei and for Patterson, two. This
left the state with four challenges
and the defense with a total of fif-
teen. On account of the join trial
the defense had twice as many as
usual. Seventeen men were rejected
for cause. The court will be in ses session
sion session tomorrow.
The Board of Trade has received
from Mr. A. V. Snell, manager of
the Jacksonville Chamber of Com
merce, the itinerary for the visit of
Mr. Colvin B. Brown tothe commer
cial organizations of Florida. Mr.
Brown is the chief of the organization
service bureau of the Chamber of
Commerce of the United States and
as he is thoroughly familiar with
commercial organization work in all
of its phases in all sections of the
United States, the help that he will
be able to give Florida organizations
will be most valuable. The Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce will pay
Mr. Brown's expenses from Washing Washing-ten
ten Washing-ten to Jacksonville and return, and
the expenses vf his trip thru the
state will be divided among the num number.,
ber., number., of cities visited. No charge is
made by the United States Chamber
of Commerce for Mr. Brown's serv services.
ices. services. He will be in 'Ocala Thursday,
Jan. 26, and the plan is to have him
here for a consultation with the
board of diretcors and for a night
meeting with the members of the
Board of Trade.
The postoffice will be closed Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Thanksgiving day. General de delivery
livery delivery window will be open from 8
to 9 o'clock a. m. only. No city or
rural delivery will be made. Mails
collected, dispatched and distributed
tc lock boxes as usuaL One collec collection
tion collection from street boxes only.
Robt. F. Rogers, P. M.

Marshal Foch, Greatest General
His Day, Has Invaded the
Sunny South

(Associated Press)
Richmond, Nov. 23. Marshal Foch
arrived here today beginning his
whirlwind tour of the country and
the capital of the Confederacy immed
iately capitulated to him. The Rich
mond Howitzers fired a salute of sev seventeen
enteen seventeen guns as the reception commit
tee, headed by Governor Davis and
Mayor Ainsley greeted him. The mil military
itary military parade in Foch's honor halted
while he placed wreaths on the eques equestrian
trian equestrian statue of General Lee. Many
entertainments are planned for the
distinguished visitor, who will leave
Department of Justice Shuts Down
. Heavily oa Men Who Set
It at Defiance
Associated Press)
New York,' Nov. 23. Four active
members of the Tile, Grate and Man Mantle
tle Mantle Manufacturers and Dealers Asso Association,
ciation, Association, who were among those plead pleading
ing pleading guilty last week to violating the
Sherman anti-trust law, today were
given. jail sentences by Federal Dis District
trict District Judge Van Fleet, in addition to
fines. Twenty-nine others were fined
from $2500 to $5000 each- Eleven
corporations were fined $4000 and six
other corporations fined from $500 to
Will Hays' Plan to Guard the Mails
Seems to be Working
(Associated Press)
Pittsburg, Nov. 23. Private Was Was-serman,
serman, Was-serman, a marine guard on the Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore & Ohio mail train early today
discovered two men at the mail car
door He fired and one dropped off
while the other was captured.
(Associated Press)
London, Nov. 22. A dispatch to
the Morning Post today from Bom Bombay
bay Bombay says that William F. Dogherty,
an American engineer, was killed in
last week's rioting in Bombay. The
coroner's verdict was he died of m
juries from sticks thrown by rioters.
Mr. Ed Slater, the genial represen
tative of the Johnny Jones Shows,
now entertaining the visitors to the
Marion County Fair, informs the
Star that Johnny Jones. will enter entertain
tain entertain the pupils of the Girls' Industrial
School Friday. Johnny Jones' shows
are bigger and better this year than
ever, and we foresee that the girls
will have a good time. The Star
would advise that our public spirited
citizens endorse the action of the
public-spirited showmen by volunteer volunteering
ing volunteering the use of cars to take girls to
the fair grounds Friday afternoon.
To Whom It May Concern: This is
to certify that I have this day placed
in the city pound the following de described
scribed described animal, which has been
found running at large within the
corporate limits of the city of Ocala,
contrary to the .ordinances of said
city: One spotted sow.
The owners thereof, or their
agents, and all whom it may concern,
i r a. it t
are nereDy nounea mat u we animai
is not claimed and all expenses of
taking and impounding thereof -.are
not paid within three days from date
hereof, to-wit: On the 25th day of
November 1921, 1 will sell the same to
the highest and best bidder, said sale
to take place between the hours cf 11
a. m. and 3 p. m- on said day at the
city pound in Ocala, Florida.
Henry Gordon,
Marshal City of Ocala.
C A. Hollo way. Impounder. It
Smoke Don Key. Thai good cigar.

Conflicts in Belfast, Evidently to Pro-"
voke Civil War, Reached
Their. Climax

(A?soclateJ Press)
London, Nov. 23. (By Associated
Press.) Rioting which began in Bel Belfast
fast Belfast Sunday had its climax yesterday
ir. shooting, bombing and turmoil ap approaching
proaching approaching civil war. It is declared",
the disorders were planned to coin-
cide with the assumption yesterday
of the government of Ulster, and by
the -northern parliament The total
casualties up to midnight were thir thirteen
teen thirteen dead, more than fifty seriously
Galway, Ireland, Nov. 23.-iBy. As
sociated Press). Forty political
prisoners rushed the wardens here
tcday while a fire of undetermined
origin was blazing in two sections of
the jail. The fire was controlled -but
later a desperate struggle between
the rebellious prisoners and their
custodians occurred in which five sf
each were injured.
- '.
Puts Into Use .Its Most Efferfual
Weapon Against The
(Associated Press)
New York. Nov. 23. There are
twice as many turkeys in cold stor
age here than this time last year.
Edward J. O'Malley, commissioner of
public markets, declared today," add
ing there was no excuse for the pre prevailing
vailing prevailing high prices. v
The- Rotary Club luncheon held yes yesterday
terday yesterday was one of the snappiest. that
has been held in .some time. .The
lancheon was presided over by Eo Eo-tarian
tarian Eo-tarian Arthur Davies, who also ar arranged
ranged arranged the program. Rotarian Davies
had a piano placed in the dining, room
of ths Masonic home where the. lunch luncheons
eons luncheons of the Rotary Club, are held and
the club was treated to vocal .solos by
Mr. Lester Lucas, uto -was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. Lucas. The mjasic
furnished by Mr. end Mrs. Lucaswas
warmly received.
Rotarian Ardis Waterman "had as
his guest, Mr. Norton Davis, who
thanked the Rotary Club for. the in interest
terest interest and -assistance given to the
football eleven' of the Ocala high
Mr. CI el land Johnson had as his
guest, Mr. W; M. Gist, of Mcintosh,
who told of the winnings of hii .hogs
at the fairs in Atlanta, Savannah,
Macon and Jacksonville.
The secretary of the club was in instructed
structed instructed to send a telegrami to Ro Rotarian
tarian Rotarian Whit Palmer, who wdLijto be
married last evening. Tbe secretary
was also directed to address, a letter
to Mr. and Mrs. Lucas, thanking thcxa
for their much enjoyed musical pro program.
gram. program.
Rotarian John Neighbour made a
most interesting talk including ft
number of suggestions for boys' and
girls work.
By a unanimous rising .vote, the
club expressed its sincere regret at
the loss Dave Wpodrow as .a mem member.
ber. member. Rotarian Woodrow is 'leaving
for Miami soon t make his home in
that city. ...
The luncheon was served by the
mothers of the members of the Girls'
Athletic Association of the Ocala
high school, and wa much .-enjoyed.
' 7T
. See the International tractor and
plow demonstration inside the race
track" at the Marion County Fair
grounds. 23r2t" T. IL Williams.
Eat your Thanksgiving dinner with
the Methodist ladies at the fair
grounds, 75 cents. '. .-" It
will break 4 Cold, Fever. ssd
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tail as to how to proceed in making

up these applications. Mr. Amos as assures
sures assures us that if these instructions
are followed it will save much annoy

ance and delay in the issue of proper
auto licenses for the coming year.

On the occasion of the Armistice
Day celebration in Milledgeville, Ga.,
already referred to by the Star, Mrs.
Roderick M. Jones, who represented
Florida on that occasion, daring the
tree planting, and whose contribution


Mr. C. Y. Miller, Ocala, Fla.:
Since you have so vigorously open opened
ed opened fire upon Mr. D. E. Mclver and
myself, I will attempt to answer
your questions that had reference to
my actions, which you say the people
ot Ocala are entitled to. At the same
time I shall ask yoc several questions
and refute part of your statement.
I did not say, or indicate aa you

put it, that the people on Oklawaha

received special privi

of earth came from the Ocala court

house square, told the gathering that avenue had

it was from the "capital square." i Wp hnt. n rertamiv twtti

Maybe our people will in time make : Mr. Miller, when you said that Ok-
her words good. Mrs. Jones also re- j lawaha avenue was "a of a rough
cited a verse from the beautiful poem, j street," and that half of the streets
"Song of the Indian River," which we 0f 0cala were almost impassable. I
a. m s i a m.

regret to say. rionoa seems aooui to sh to advise you, Mr. Miller, and I
forget, tho' nothing in our state lit--, think a majority of the citizens will

One year, is mItum
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TtariM mdntov in advance.
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jowitecsuv taMftlons. Alternate tnacv
tiosa p? aat additional Comport
tlol cBs on. ad that raft 'lose than
aia-: tiro ItL east or tacfe.' Special

poselUoo -per cat additional. Rates

erature is better worth remembering.

The verse- is as follows:

Kissed by sunshine, lulled by breezes,

Lies my own, my native land,

With the waves from gulf and ocean,

Breaking on its shining sand.

Countless lakes and winding rivers

Almost lost in depth of green,

Fairest flowers entwined to crown her

Florida, our southern queen.

; oaa four-hch mtalumm. Laaa thaa

tsm,ir tacn wm tax aigatr rai
w-Bliea wlU oe usrnfsheo" qpoa appllca-

HadMit Ttf ata DT Imal Now Ynrt nnnu ia nwnrtftvl fh

for Mb subsequent laaemloa. Onm prize for having the prettiest pair of

W was allow MMMn w-feet -m fcw cit Somewhere in the

Scriptures we seem to recall a state

ment to the effect that "beautiful are

Some people suggest, that a dark the feet of those who come with glad

faots win com out of the pasture I tidines." and that's a Dart of



Arrangements have been made to

give to all tourists registering at the

Board of Trade during the four days
of the Marion County Fair free

passes, to the fair. This is being done
through the generosity of the fair

management. All tourists are urged,
therefore, to call at the Board of
Trade and register. The passes will

be good for one entrance to the fair
grounds only. It will not be possible
to give moer than one pass to each

tourist. If you meet a tourist send

him or her to the Board of Trade.


bssal advnisfttnBte at Ugal rale

axdl ifcto the mayoralty race. It j

to us that another entry at
till or later date would be mora of a

daik bay taule than' a' horse.

ChW Jostle TaTt fides to court on
til street cars. ?Now we understand

why he advocate)! that raise in sal

arias for federal Jtidges-J acksoo

liaybe ho wants to save his

nurses ousinesa. Times-Union.

Yes, but dont forget that to fit the

Scripture her feet must be beautiful

on the mountains and not on a hospi hospital
tal hospital floor.

Mr. Ed Bennett, secretary of the

fair association, is toting an ancient

and interesting gun. It is an Allen
and Thurber six-shot revolver of the

auto 1 vintage of 1837. It has a cylinder

three times as long as that of the

average revolver, but no single bar-

II every matt could understand ev-lrel before the cylinder to guide a tul

err other man, m wonder if the world I let on its way. It is, of course, a cap

otild tee any better than it is. St. f and ball pistol, the nipples for the

Peltefaburs Times: (caps being- on top of the ends of the

IX would he aftitr the first few J barrels, instead of at their rear. The

Wfjgf. 'By thaS tae ail but the enl pistol has a peculiar hammer, and

tirtbl good njeat would he dead. 1 when in use was cocked and fired by

pulling the trigger. The police will

1fho& cocssiunity exhibits at the (not arrest Ed. for toting this pistol,

fair are mixhtj Qood things. They J for it is Innocuous as a gun, tho' it

iadto a wonderfuU amount of inter-1 would make a pretty good club. Re

calling wai uitya esithwiaamlvolvers of this pattern preceded the

affldoodDatwred rivalry, we hopoIColt, winch has led the procession

lauj win to suu craw every cwuuu- itrc wkv.

nill fo tSve, countyisto the pleasant!

A petition, asking the council to

fbave the work on the sidewalks on

Tt ClrwaWr Sun truthfully I North Main street completed, is be-

ajr:, -flonda M-CUt to gneva Ling circulated and receiving many
ovv the death of her greteat agrt.jaiynatures. This important street
cwlteralist, C. K. cQuarrte. His 1 should certainly be kept in as good

es to the' Sl&tA ha VO beetl Worth I mnHitinn &a nnasihle.

ins for he Hust growers many

new and, better methods of tilling the I The officials of Wauchula are to

sou and caring or the harvest." jcall an election very soon to vote on

" 1 VI 1 I fi twmriW of their citv for 80.000

Ernest Amo. letstate controller, I Atmroximately $70,000 of this money

ia an excellent oCciaX hut ke made a I will be used for paving city streets

biid mistake when betallowed the Ok-land the additional $10,000 for water

la w4Ba Valley railroad taxes to stack! works and park improvements,

ul. If he had insisted thAt the road

but its taxea every year, it b morel Apopka is to have an ice plant in

than likely. that it would in some way! the near future. The work has al

hJive found the money and tnat- it ready started on the construction. It

would never nave nad to suspend I will be a fifteen-ton plant with a
ntEaiM trains. : t modern cold storage system in con-


Everybody who has. been to the

elate raw -as jacxsonviue praises a, I WSHston citizens are. to vote next

Tbej. say it waa the best one yet ndm0nth on township bonds for general

V an laspiration to even createrjijnpfgfyementa of their city. The
tilings." This fair is sv benefit to all original amount will be $47,000 of

floridA-and deserve the support of I which $35,000 will be for the building

every section, We are sorry Manon0f a municipal water and light plant.

q:u cot save a county exnuut, out

I that several of our citizens were The Odd Fellows of Homestead

present with individual displays, of are making preparations for the

Cjree,t merit. ? I starting of their building on the lot

re'entlv nurchased bv them for this

The Tiiea-Uniotfs tallahassee cor-jDurTo8e. It will be a nice two-story

- J A. -A ." a A A V 1

ntsjranoent suggested mat in casje ine i building

UXiawana valley railroad is put up

ax an en u a sale and finds no bidder, t nnpnvja r.nnn ivn rati

taje statA will have to take and operate

it. -Unless we are much mutagen,! Editor Star: I noticed in last

tie. state cannot operate the roadweek's Star a piece copied from the
without a special act ofChe legiala-1 Kissimmee Valley Gazette, where

tiire, tnd as the legislature does not I some fellow posing as a victim of

hard luck, obtained a feed and a dol

lar from a minister, and later he
proved to be a fraud; had a Cadillac

automobile to travel in

But take it from me, all hoboes are

not like this one, though it is hard to

tell one from the other; but if a man

uneet until April, 192V the road

would have become entirely useless

hsfore that time. We think there
will be a better way to solve the

problem. 1

Tha foresight of Clerk T. D. Lan

caster Jr. will save our people a, good I or woman comes to my house and says

fu of trouble and inconvenience if I he is hungry, I am going to feed mm

t'Uej; 'Will call at his offlre after: the tor her as the case might be. and if

first of December and take advantage the has misrepresented his case to

f the.aaslttance he is offering them I me God will punish him. I would not

ia nrenariwc their aDplieation for auto I erive money but never refuse' a meal

tlteensos. He has employed a special 1 to any one.

agree with me, that the streets of
Ocala will continue to be rough so

long as we try to keep them up with
our local material under the present
and increasing automobile traffic
Now, Mr. Miller, you contradicted

yourself when you said that -the

streets were in a worse condition'
than they have been for twenty years,
for further on you say that the peo people
ple people did know that John Martin got a
dollar's worth of service for every

dollar spent. If this is true, then why

are the streets in such a bad condi

tion for up until about five weeks ago
Mr. John Martin has been street

superintendent for the past ten
months. Now, won't you please ex explain
plain explain as to what you are trying to get
at, for it is plain to see that it is
either impossible to keep up our

streets with our limestone or either

Mr. John Martin did not do his duty.
You also stated that the city had only
gotten twenty-five cents worth of
service out of every dollar spent for
many years. Now if you have refer reference
ence reference to the street work, I only wish
to say this and I feel it my duty to do

so. When I went on the council about

four years ago, Mr. Robert Marsh

was street superintendent and I dont

believe that God ever made a more

honorable or a harder working man,
and if he was living today, I would

certainly take my hat off to him for

the way. he kept the streets of Ocala

up during the war with practically

nothing to do it with and according

to your own statement, Mr. -Muler,
the streets were in better shape when
Mr. Martin took them in charge than
they are at the present time, so, ac

cording to your own statement, if. Mr.

John Martin got one hundred per
cent efficiency, Mr. Robert Marsh got

one hundred and twenty-five. ;

You asked for an explanation in

reference to why I fired Mr. John
Martin after the people of Ocala were

so well pleased with his services.

want to say right here as I have said

before to the general public, through

the columns of the Ocala Star, that

Mr. John Martin was not fired but
resigned after I raked him over the
coals for interfering with my plans,
which should not have interested him
in the least.
Now, Mr. Miller, if you will answer
the following question's, I will be very
much obliged to you. How do you
know that Mr. John Martin got one
hundred per 'cent efficiency? Do you
believe it possible for him or any one
else to get one hundred per cent ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency out of common labor while
he (Martin) spent a lot of his time
around the public square? Why was
it when Mr. Henry Sistrunk asked
Mr. John Martin for a report as to
the number of loads of lime that he

had put on the streets that he (Mar (Martin)
tin) (Martin) told Mr. Sistrunk that he had

lost his book? Now, Mr. Miller, right
deep down in your heart, dont you

believe that Will Taylor, the sewer
man, stole Mr. Martin's hook? -Why
did Mr. John Martin put Mr. A. J.

Nye on the streets at five dollars per

day and keep him there until I gave
him positive instructions to take him

off the payroll? Did you or any one

else ever see Mr. Marsh or Mr. Nye,

the present street superintendent,
around the public square while sup supposed
posed supposed to be on duty, reading newspa

pers and etc. Now, this is what Mr.

Martin did and you and everybody

else knows it. I not consider, in

fact I know, that Mr. Martin is not
one-half the street man that Mr. Nye
is and if you are a fair-minded man

and will watch some of Mr. Nye's

work, then you will agree with me.

Since you have joined the John Mar

tin faction, I am beginning to believe

that Kaiser Bill or some of his ances

tors went to sleep and left the bars

dewn. A. T. Thomas.

I, R. L. Anderson Jr., mayor of the
city of Ocala, do hereby proclaim and
call a general election to be held in
and for the city of Ocala on Tuesday,

the 13th day of December, A. D. 1921.
The offices and vacancies to be fill filled
ed filled at said election are as follows:
(1) councilman at large.
(1) councilman from first ward.

(1) councilman from third ward.
.That the following named persons

are elected as inspectors and clerks

for said election:

For ballot box marked "A" to "L":
nspectors: O. B. Howse, W. A.

Knight, H. H. Whetstone; clerk, F. W.


For ballot box marked "L" to "Z":

Inspectors: E. DeCamp, W. A. Jeff Jeff-coat,
coat, Jeff-coat, J. H. Smith; clerk, L. T. Izlar.

This the 15th day of November, A.

D. 1921. R. L. Anderson Jr..

16-23-30-7-12 Mayor.


At meeting of the city council held

on the 18th day of October, 1921, the

registration booka ox t&e city or

Ocala were revised and the following

names ordered stricken therefrom:

Ward One
Jake Brown, B. 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. Lang, Samuel E.

Leigh, G. G. Maynard. Stella Mayn

ard, Robert Marsh, J. D. UcCaakill,

Carrie McCaskilL.Joe Needham. Wm.

M. Richardson, E. 1L Williams, H. a

Williams. A. E. Walkley.

Ward Three

J. W. Branch, H. C BUbro, O. L.

Crooks. David Gamble, S. M. Glbbs,

C. P. Howell, V. L. Hastings. J. M.

Martin, B. A. Mallorr, A. L. Pettis,

Robert J. Palmer, John Robinson.

Ward Four

TV V A A n M n P ...... T.I...

W. Griffin, B. F. Garrett, A. J. Leav

en rood, E. A. Mobley, M. H. Temple.

November 29th,. 1921, 7:30 o'clock
p. m., was fixed by the council at

date to hear complaints for the res

toration of names erroneously strick

en. li. C Sistrunk,
10-26-5t-wed City Clerk.

One of Your Subscribers.
("Charity suffereth long and

kind." Editor).



cjtrk to ar for thia item alone, who
trill be'ltt the services of the public

at no colt 'This, service is voluntary

n tha,j$rt i lr. Lancaster and our

fieople should appreciate it All the
tecfcjtarv blanks are on hand, as well

f 4. cocsideraWe laiorniatiou as w the Our customers will please lay in
weights of many of the cart in gener- their supply of bread, cakes, pies,
4 usa in this section. Our readers rolls, etc., Wednesday afternoon or
irill-do waU to prasarva the, itfm. in evening, as we will be closed all day
IfoadST'a Star .from., Comptroller Thursday on account of Thanksgiv-

AsriMrtohkfe fftv" infoxmatiott in de-1 in$.t 22-2t Federal Bakery.


Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents; special

dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service day and night. West side of

public square,

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and

for Marion County, in Chancery.

John r. Brinson. Complainant, vs.

Annie Arpie Brinson, Defendant.

Order for Constructive Service.

It is ordered that the defendant

herein named, to-wit: Annie Arpie

Brinson, be and is hereby required to
appear to the bill of complaint filed

in this cause on or before

Monday .the 2nd day of January. 1S22

It is further ordered that a copy of

this order be published once a week

for four consecutive weeks in the

Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper

published in said county and state.

This 15th day or November, ivzi.
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster Jr-

Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,

Florida. By R. K. Batts. D. C

W. E. Smith,

Complainant s Soluctor. 11-16-wed


Merchants Block


Phone 163 Ocala, Florida

llTTy j"Ll as good as any and less in price

Three packages
. for
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 1 OC
24 1b. sack.. &1&J
Cherry Bell Flour CC CC-12
12 CC-12 1b. sack OOC
Sauers S. R. Flour Ifi

... pxAvr


24 lb. sack

Sauer8 Self Rising
Flour, 12 lb. sack
C. Gold Self Rising

Flour, 12 lb sack.

C. Gold S. R.



Flour, 24 lb. sack V A &J
Senate Coffee,
two pounds' for. ; e w C
Senate Coffee, 1 f
three pounds for. Plv
Walter Baker's Cocoa OA OA-half
half OA-half pound tins.... OUC

One pound of
good Tea


Senate Coffee
per pound.......

UNEED-iS and all former
10c pkgs. Crackers...

Argo Salmon,
two cans for
Virginia Dare Wine,
large, per bottle....
Virginia Dare Wine,
small, per bottle....
Reddick Peanut Butter
per pound
Evaporated Milk,

Evaporated Milk,
large, per doxen.

Evaporated Milk,
small. .. .".
Evaporated Milk,
small, per dozen ....
Three packages
Argo Starch
One dozen packages
Argo Starch
Quart jars
of Hon......-
Quart cans
of Syrup
Pint jars or
Bottles Syrup
Bulk Syrup
per gallon
Bulk Syrup
per quart

40 c

8 c


. 80c
. 25c


Pcrlsa Feed for Cows, Chickens and Horses. Free Delivery


Simmon's GAEAGE





CCceived Daily Daily-Quart
Quart Daily-Quart 60c Pint 30c Gallon $2.25
10 Second Street ; Phone 380

30x3 nonskid 8.00
30x3 nonskid $10.00
We Specialize on
Ford and Chevrolet
Jas. Engesser, Prop.
Day Phone 258 r Night Phone 533

4' 'P


Our several flavors of cup cakes
take the worry off the housewife who
doesn't know what kind of cakes to
serve at luncheon. Federal Bakery.

Smoke Don Rey. That good ciar,

l.aste is si matter oj

tobacco quality

We stxte it as our honest belief
that the tobaccos vised in Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield are of finer quality (and
hence of better taste) than in any
other cigarette at the price.
LifcZtfC & Myert Tobacco Co.



of Turhish and Domestic tobaccos blended




Geo. ilacKay I Co. j
Ocala, Ha.
Ocala, Florida
Fifteen Years Experience
r ;EA T
st the
Up-to-Date Lunch Counter
and Diuing Room
Sea Foods, Western
Meats, Delicatessen
and Vegetables.
American, French, Spanish and
Italian Cooking
1D8 South Magnolia St.
t A. G. PAPPAS, Prop
Phone 13
IF you have an old pair of shoes that
you ihink you cannot use,
And have decided to throw them away,
Kindly give US one trial well fix
' them up in style 5 tr
And you can have them for the next
Eainy Day.
Fop your Soles' Sake
Phone Us. v
Our work is W: lie About
Others' work is Talk
Test our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. tf
J'fw Jy




Joluiny J. Jones-Exposition Shows
Will furnish the mid-way attractions




NOTICE IS HEREBY siren 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 rote of all the
stock of the corpora Hon 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
by the stockholders of Florida
Fruit Company, formerly The Lake
Bryant Fruit Growers Company,
that the charter of said corporation
be amended as follows:
That Article I be amended so as to
Name mmd Place f BuMct
The name of this corporation shall toe
FLORITA FRUIT COMPANY. Its prin principal
cipal principal place of business shall be in the
city of Tampa, Hillsborough county.
Florida, but 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 general 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, groves,
orchards, nurseries, gardens, mines
and all other kinds of real -property,
and all rights, interests and easements
(b.) To produce fltwy, sell, contract
for the iproduction of, trade and deal
in all kinds of fruits, plants, ,- seeds,
vegetables, 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
ferm, and upon any lands and at any
(d.) To acquire, 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, foul Id, 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 merchan merchandise,
dise, 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: Cg.) 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 fertilizers and materials, plant
foods, sprays and 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 iby any manner and
j tw' t Jf Jy yj f J1 f y 9 99




to hold.Xcr 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 etock,
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 thereon; to guaran guarantee
tee guarantee the payment of dividends npon any

f stock p.nd the principal and interest of
any -bonds and other obligations and
the performance of any contract; to
accept, purchase or otherwise acquire
and to ho 1.1 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, bonds,
debentures, obligations and evidences
of indebtedness of all kinds, whether
secured by mortgage, pledge, or other otherwise;
wise; otherwise; to endorse and guarantee any
and all such instruments and obliga obligations,
tions, obligations, and to secure the same by mort mortgage,
gage, mortgage, pledge or otherwise; and gener generally
ally generally to maie, perform and guarantee
the performance of agreements and
contracts or every kind ana 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, bold,
own. sell, convey, mortgage and deal
in any way in real and personal prop property
erty property of every kind and description,
wheresoever located;
tr.) To do all and everything neces necessary,
sary, necessary, suitable or proper to accomplish
any purpose or attain any object or
further any power hereinbefore set
forth, or to- improve or protect the iiv iiv-terests
terests iiv-terests of this corporation, or preserve
or enhance the value of its stock or as assets;
sets; assets; either alone or In combination
with 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 objects specified in Article II
shall, 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. r
The foregoing clauses shall be con construed
strued construed both 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 ibe amended so as to
Capital Stock
The total authorized capital atock of
this corporation shall be one million six
hundred thousand dollars ($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
be payable in lawful money of the
United 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 sudh
The total authorized capital stock
shall be divided Into three classes, that
la to say:
(a.) -Three Thousand Shares of
First Preferred eight per cent. -.
cumulative convertible non-participating
i (b.) Three Thousand Shares of
Second Preferred six per cent. ,.
cumulative convertible partlclpat-
ing stock; and r
(c) Ten Thousand Shares of
Common stock.
The first- preierred stock shall be en
titled to dividends out of 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 is
to be Issued, shall be entitled at the
next dividend date to a proportionate
dividend; and in the event of liquida liquidation,
tion, liquidation, the first preferred stock shall be
entitled to payment out of the assets
of the corporation at its full par value
plus all accrued dividends, before any
payment shall be made to the holders
of the second preferred stock or of the
common stock. The first 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-t
clared and paid before any dividends
9 99 99 mym wWw
Live Stock
Citrus Fruit


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 gooi 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
s-hall 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 out-j
j out-j standing first preferred stock after
thirty (300 days notice mailed to the
! stockholder's last known' address, at
any ttrae 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
1927, 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
iorthwith 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
ing 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
ty. or municipality therein, legally as
sume and pay.
The second preferred stock, after
payment of all current and accrued
dividends on the first preferred stock,
shall 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
fore 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, tor whlcn sec
ond preferred stock is issued, shall be
entitled, at the next dividend date, to
a proportionate dividend. The second
preferred stock, after payment or cm
dends on the first preferred and
second preferred stocks, as hereinbe
fore .nrovided, and after payment to the
common stock of a dividend of ten per
cent In any one year, shall also par'
tlclpate equally with the common stock
in any additional or increased dividend
uaid 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 etocK 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
uayment to the holders of common
stock. The second preferred stock
shall not receive any further share In
the profits or the assets of the corpora corporation
tion corporation than as above provided. The divi
dends upon the second preferred stock
shall be cumulative, so that if the cor corporation
poration corporation shall fall to declare any sec second
ond second preferred dividend, uch dividend
shall thereafter De declared ana paia
before any dividend shall be paid on
the common stock. The first dividend
on the second preferred stock shall be
payable January 1st, ivii.
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 tne siock siock-holder's
holder's siock-holder'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 1927. oi 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 1st, 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 snail tnen
nave the status of authorized out unls unls-ued
ued unls-ued second preferred stock.
Payments to holders of second pre preferred
ferred preferred stock of dividends or In redemp redemption,
tion, redemption, liquidation, dissolution or wlnd wlnd-ln&r
ln&r wlnd-ln&r un. shall be made free from taxes
(other than Income taxes In excess of
the normal tax (now z per cent.) wnicn
the corporation may, under any law of
the United States 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 sec second
ond second preferred stock may, without
charge, be exchanged for an equal
amount of common stock, and .this
privilege may be exercised up to, tout
not later than, the date named In any
notice by the corporation of ita 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 o as
to read:
This corporation shall have perpetu perpetual
al perpetual existence.
That Article V be amended so as to
Office ra
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 -presidents, 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 second
ond second Monday in June of each year. 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 sessions of the
board. The board of directors and the
stockholders may bold such other au authorised
thorised authorised meetings at such times and
places as may be fixed by the by-laws.


Union Thanksgiving services will
b held at the Presbyterian church at
10 o'clock tomorrow. Dr. C L. Col
lins, pastor of the Baptist church,
will preach. An offering will be taken
for the orphanages. The denomina denominations
tions denominations (Presbyterian, Methodist, Bap Baptist
tist Baptist and Christian) are urged to ob observe
serve observe the following rule: Place of
fering in an envelope, seal and mark
the institution for which it is given.
All loose change will be divided equal equally
ly equally between the four denominations.
Be sure to designature the purpose
for which the offering is to go. Other
wise confusion may arise.
For Triangle Union Sunrise Prayer Prayer-Meeting
Meeting Prayer-Meeting Thanksgiving Day
Two verses song No. 253, with
Methodist orchestra.
Prayer by Carroll Frazier.
Two verses song No. 3.
Prayer by Nelson A. Russell.
One verse song No. 155.
Solo. by Miss Ruth Collins.
Three-minute talks on the follow following
ing following subjects:
The Goodness of God, Ps. 34:1-10,
Carroll Frazier.
God's Gentle Care, Ps. 51:19-24,
Mrs. Floyd.
Moved by Kindness, Eph. 2:1-7,
Eric J. Collier.
Solo by Mr. Frank Gates.
Two-minute talks, "What will
make us more mindful of God's Good Goodness:
ness: Goodness: Mrs. N. A. Russell, Miss Mabel
Akins, Miss Sipple, Mr. F. L. Jones,
Miss Annie Pope Eagleton, Miss Ma Mamie
mie Mamie Smedley.
Meeting thrown open for discussion
on "For What Am I Thankful."
Sentence prayers.
Closing song, No. 46, one verse.
Married, at the home of the bride's
father, Mr. J. D. Small, in North
Ocala, Sunday afternoon, Nov. 20,
Mrs. Laura Wyatt to Mr. Otto Bock Bock-house.
house. Bock-house. Rev. C. W.' White officiated
and the quiet home wedding was at attended
tended attended by relatives and a few friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Bockhouse are two of
our most estimable people, and have
the sincere good wishes of all who
know them. Mr. Bockhouse is a skill skilled
ed skilled and industrious carpenter, and he
and his bride have a neat little home
in North Ocala.
Plant now and have abundance of
high value green feed for dairy cows,
pigs, chickens, etc. For plants and
particualrs see F. W. Ditto. Ocala,
Fla. 17-tf
That Article VI be amended so as to
The highest amount of direct Indebt Indebtedness
edness Indebtedness to which this corporation may
at any time subject Itself is one mill million
ion million dollars.
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. 2 6-we'd

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Following is a list of recent regis registrations
trations registrations at the Board of Trade T
Henry Kreuger, Toledo, Ohio.
.Mrs. Benjamin Osborn, Indianap Indianapolis,
olis, Indianapolis, Ind-
H. L. Bliss and family, Plainwell,
W. Howard Holt. Wenona, N. J.
C J. Eldridge, Weirsdale.
J. V. Maule, Baltimore, Md.
. Wm. E; Morgan, St. Louis, Mo.
B. Hahn, Fish Creek. Wis.
' Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Kennedy, Misse
Luella Kennedy and Rose Bucher,
Raymond Kennedy, Bobby Kennedy,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Murphy, Orville
Murphy, Charles McNichols, Bethes Bethes-da,
da, Bethes-da, Ohio.
" Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Jordan, Detroit,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L Smith, Mrs.
J. T. Disbrow, Jackson, Mich.
Frank Gibbons, Munith, Mich.
J. S. Ellis, J. B. Ellis, Geo. M. Ellis,
Springfield, Mo.
J. G. Gillen, Mr. and Mrs, J. A.
Gillen and children,' Miss Gelora Gil Gillen,
len, Gillen, Anderson, S. C.
L. B. Edwards, W. S. Kilgore, An An-niston,
niston, An-niston, Ala.
Karl M. Tucker, Franklin, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mitchell, Miss
Bessie Mitchell, Browfield, Maine.
Milton Jones, W. Sternes, Pitts Pittsburg,
burg, Pittsburg, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bradbury, Free Freedom,
dom, Freedom, N. H.
J. R. Tharp, Whatley, Ala.
While yon are at the fair be sure
to. call at the lunch stand being ope operated
rated operated by the Ladies' Aid Society of
the Christian church in Machinery
Hall (under grandstand). You will
find an abundance of the best of home
made soup, sandwiches, coffee, cakes,
pies, etc Popular prices. 22-3t
Dr. F. E. McClane' is now located
m Commercial Bank building. Ofihe
phone 211 two rings ; residence
phone 151. 15-tf
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N.-Main street. tf
Given by Many Ocala People
Experiences told by Ocala people
Those who have had weak kid kid-leys
leys kid-leys Who used Doan's Kidney Pills
Who found the remdey effective
Such statements prove merit.
You might doubt an utter-stranger.
You must believe Ocala people.
Here's Ocala proof. ..Verify it.
Read. Investigate. Be convinced.
Ask your dealer.
You'll find why Ocala folks believe
in Doan's. ;
J. Chas. Smith, jeweler, E. Second
St., Ocala, says: "Although I haven't
had any need for Doan's Kidney Pills
for a good many years, I recall the
good they did for me. I took Doan's
for backache and other symptoms of
kidney trouble and they brought me
very quick relief and soon stopped the
rouble entirely"'
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Smith had. Fpster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 5
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vigorate Invigorate The Body Easy And
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Surprisingly Quick.
If yon want to put some nrm
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your nerve force and power, clear
your skin and complexion and look,
and feel 100 per cent, better, simply
try taking two of Ma tin's tiny
VITAMON Tablets mith each meal
and watch results. Mas tin's V1TA V1TA-MON
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vitamines (Fat Soluble A and .Water
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by thousands. Maatin's VITAMON
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Marion Candies
fViade in Ocala
On Sale at the Fair

-All -kinds of Mints' made
to order. Ask Bitting &
Phillips and Anti-Monopoly.
Marlon Prize Candies at
Marion County Fair
is on the
Job at his
No. 114 Ft. King Avenue
Where you can get your
wor't done oh short notice.
Cut but this ad and bring
it with you and you will get
a io per cent reduction on
your work.
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Repair All Cars j
Weld AH Metals 1
Eeljore Cylinder j
Blocks 1
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For Satisfaction Give Us a It
Trial. 1
I Phone 597 Mgrs. Phone 408 I
Look and
It is not
safe to w. it
any longer.
Give me
that suit or
overcoat order at once.
Don't let coid weather
catch you unprepared.
120 S. Main St., Upstairs
Thompson Building
Arrival and departure of passenger
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
2:20 am
1 :55 pm
4:17 pm
2:10 tun
1:50 pm
3:50 pm
4:05 m
1:35 am
2:15 um
1:35 pm
4:05 pm
R. R.
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg
2:55 am
2:15 am
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4:05 pm
Im lork-bt Petrsbrg
Tampa-St Petrsbrg
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 ;jn
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St Petsbrg-Lakeiand 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 arc
Mor;day, Wednesday, Friday.
TiK?d-iy. Thursday, Saturdav.
666 is a prescription for Colds,
Fever and laGrippe. It's the
most speedy reutedy we know.



FOR SALE 130-egg Clover Leaf in incubator,
cubator, incubator, used one season, good as
liew, cost $25, will sell for $10, or
exchange for large incubator. F.
J. Baird, four miles south Ocala 'on
Leesburg road, P. O. Box 388,
Ocala, Fla. 23-3-lt
LOST Silvertown Goodrich tire, 34
x 4, on rim; lost between Ocala
and Belleview, Sunday. Finder
please return to Chero-Cola Com Company
pany Company and receive reward. 22 -St
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WANTED Two log wagons. Must
be in good condition. Box 294,
Ocala, Fla. 22-6t
LOST Greek letter fraternity pin.
Initials W. F. C. on inside. Return
to, or telephone Mrs. W. F. Creson,
and receive reward. 21-3t
WANTED Three or four unfurnish unfurnished
ed unfurnished rooms. Address lock box 163,
stating location and price. 21-3t
LOST From auto, ladies' winter coat
on road between Gainesville and
Ocala. If found address Mrs. T. R.
Robinson, Terra Ceia, Fla. 21-3t
CORDREY'S Transfer is on the job
day-and night.' Moving household
furniture and baggage our special
ties. Once tried, always used. Phone
434. L. E. Cordrey, Prop. 16-lm
FOR SALE Florida Surehead cab cabbage
bage cabbage and Big Boston lettuce plants,
25 cents per hundred, $2 per thou
sand, f. o. b. Ocala. C. H. Cooner,
746 Wyomina stret, phone 389,
Ocala, Fla. 16-tf
FOR SALE Nice little farm consist
ing of 13 acres of land, all fenced;
nice four-room house; located five
miles from Ocala on Anthony road.
Will sell at a bargain. For terms
see H. S. Camp at U-Serve Store
No. 2. 15-12t
FOR SALE Just received a carload
of cedar posts, large and small
Apply to Ray & Thomson yard, old
Converse lot at A. C. L. depot. 15-tf
your old shoes when a small amount
of repairs will make them as good
as new for all practical purposes?
Work neatly executed on short no notice.
tice. notice. Only best material used. A.
B. Halsell,,12 West Ft. King Ave
nue. 11-8-lm
MULES--Ten pair( four year old
matched mules, will weigh 11Q0
pounds when grown; sound; price
three hundred and fifty to four hun hundred
dred hundred and fifty a pair. Anthony
Farms, Anthony, Fla. 28-tf
. need of any kind of hauling, give
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed
Charges reasonable. Phone 169 and
117. 28-tf
$100 REWARD Will pay $100 re
ward for the arrest of party and
return of goods stolen from my
place of business on Monday night.
Jerry Burnett, the tailor, corner Ft,
King and S. Magnolia-St. 4-tf
FOR SALE Home of seven rooms,
pantry and bath room in fine loca
tion. All modern conveniences. Ga
rage for two cars. Terms if desired
For further information call at
Needham Bros', store opposite Har
rington Hall hotel. 30-tf
FOR SALE Modern bungalow, six
rooms, hall, bath, butler's pantry
and screen porch. Attractive buil
in features. See H. A. Davies. 18-6
Ten Eyck, 703 E. Fifth St, phone
r 391. 19-6t
WANTED Knitting to do; sweaters
infants' bootees, etc Apply phone
432. 19-St
Here's your opportunity to furnish
your entire home. Until January '.
we will sell any item in our store a
greatly reduced prices for cash.
Theus Brothers. Phone. 19. 15-tf
FOR RENT Five room apartment
Apply to Jerry Burnett, Cor. Fort
"King and S. Magnolia, phone 73. tf
I can now give you the
very latest, v up-to-date
'"S methods, assuring you
?-Se'i the most carefuL and
thoro service,
v DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.
Immense line of children's books at
The Book Shop. 22-3t
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf


If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Joe Potter, out at the fair ground
claims to have the biggest little
store in captivity, and wants every
body to stop to see him.
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Burglars broke into Dr. Moremen's
dental office last night and carried
off his entire stock of gold. Its best
to keep even dentist's gold in. the
safes at night.
All the current magazines at The
Book Shop. 22-3t
Until January 1st we will sell
URNITURE at greatly reduced
prices for cash. Phone 19 and let us
kr.ow your needs. Theus Bros. 15-tf
Apalachicola oysters every day, 70
cents a quart; $2.50 a gallon. City
ish Market. Phone 158. tf
Best dinner in the state for 75c Eat
and drink all you want Union Station
Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary
Ask the hotel inspector.' 22-tf
Mr. Arch Shealy will entertain at a
Thanksgiving luncheon at the Colo
nial hotel, his two aunts, Mrs. Ed
Carmichael and Mrs. N. B. Plummer,
of Anthony, and cousins, Misses Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Plummer and Mildred Shealy.
Eat your Thanksgiving dinner with
the Methodist ladies at the fair
grounds, 75 cents. It
A number of the latest books by
popular authors at The Book Shop. St
Flaconettes is the best perfumery
ever put up a big statement, but let
us prove it Court Pharmacy. 16-6t
Salt nallet, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market 24-tf
Mr. Mack Taylor, as will be seen by
his advertisement elsewhere, has de
termined that he will not m the fu future
ture future sell gasoline on Sunday. Mr.
Taylor says he thinks both his em
ployes and himself work hard enough
during the week to entitle them to
rest on Sunday, in which opinion his
efficient helpers heartily joint.
Eat your .Thanksgiving dinner with
the Methodist ladies at the fair
grounds, 75 cents. It
This is a Studebaker year. tf
We have on hand two seven-passenger
cars which we will sell at a
bargain. Needbam Motor Co. 12-tf
This, is a Studebaker year. tf
Flaconettes perfumery put up In
glass, with aluminum case no better
ever sold. To be bought only at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 16-6t
The Tuesday evening auction club
held its regular weekly meeting at
thehome of Mrs. W. B. Thom, with
Miss Annie Benton Fuller as hostess.
After an interesting game the scores
were taken up and Miss Alice Sexton
making the highest, was presented
with a dainty piece of lingerie, and
Blick-Dr&cflit, Loaf in Successful
Use, Praised by ta Arkansas
Metier, "Soon Does
Its Work."
Manna duke. Ark. C peaking of
Thedford's Black-Draught, wfcteh froic
lone use in her household has become
regarded as "the family medicine,"
Mrs. Mary H11L of Route 1. this
place, says:
"When the children get bilious, 1
give them a couple ot good dosos. and
when we have sour stomach, headacne,
or any liver or stomach trouble, w
use Black-Draught. It is an easy lia
tive, and soon does the work. I cer
t a inly think It Is one of the best rem
edies made.
Black-Draught acts on the Jadec
liver, gently, but positively, and heU
It In Its Important function of throv
lug out waste materials and poison:
from the system.
In thousands of households Block
Draught Is kept handy for Immediate
use in time of need. Prompt treatment
often is half the battle, and wlU oiler
prevent slight Ills from derfciopin? in
to serious troubles.
Its well-established merit, during
more than 70 years of successful use
should convince you of the helpfu helpfu-effects
effects helpfu-effects obtainable by taking Black
Draught for Uver and stomach dis disorders.
orders. disorders. Get a package today, and
keep' It In your house. See that
the package bears the words,
-Thedford's Black-Draught NC-141
Careful estimates made on all eon eon-tract
tract eon-tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money' than "any other
contractor in thefity

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At her late residence, 813 Fort
King avenue, at 4:30 o'clock this
morning, Caroline Emilie, widow of
the late C. H. Gamsby, C E., passed
Mrs. Gamsby for several years past
has been a semi-invalid, but not until
two months ago was her condition
critical, and for several weeks past
she has been steadily improving. Al
though confined to her room, she 'ap
parently was as well as usual yester yesterday
day yesterday and her death came as quickly
and as peacefully as sleep.
Mrs. Gamsby was born in Perth.
Ontario, Canada, and was married
there in 1868, and lived in that place
until coming to Ocala with her hus
band and family thirty-three years
Mrs. Gamsby was in her ninety-
first year, mentally as active and
keen as in her youth, taking an in interest
terest interest in not only affairs of her im immediate
mediate immediate family, but of the town and
in her former home in Canada.
By nature she was a home body.
but she had made a circle of friends
whom she gladly welcomed as they
came to pay their respects. She was
devoted mother to a devoted family
and in her death there will be a va vacant
cant vacant place that only time, can heal.
She leaves five children to mourn
her and who" have the deepest sym
pathy of their friends in the loss of
their beloved mother. They are Miss
Kate Gamsby, Miss Mary H. Gamsby
and Miss Louise Gamsby, all of
Ocala, Mr. George Gamsby of Cal Calgary,
gary, Calgary, N. W. Canada, and Mr. Larratt
Gamsby of Washington, D. C, and
one grandson, Mr. Cameron Gamsby
of Montreal, Canada.
The funeral will be held from her
late home Friday morning at ten
o'clock. Rev. J. J. Neighbour will
officiate. George MacKay & Com
pany have charge of the funeral ar
Miss Margaret Jackson, making the
lowest, was given a pretty handker handkerchief.
chief. handkerchief. The hostess served refresh refreshments
ments refreshments consisting of a salad course
with hot tea. Those who played dur
ing the evening were Mrs. John Good,
Mrs. Grider Perkins, Mrs. Leon Ma Mason,
son, Mason, Misses Mary McDowell, Meta
Jewett, Margaret Jackson, Ruth Sim
mons, Sara Dehon, Alice Sexton, Edith
Williams and Louise Spencer.
Overland 83,' five passenger; good
tires, top and upholstering, $250.
Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co-
phone 8, city. 15-tf
Flaconettes perfumery, all odors.
Phone 284. Court Pharmacy. 16-6t
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Mrs. Ed Carmichael has as her
guest this week her sister, Mrs. N. B.
Plummer of Anthony, and nieces,
Misses Marguerite Plummer of An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, and Mildred Shealy of- Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D. C.
The Book Shop is daily receiving
new Christmas goods. 22-3t
The Book Shop toy store will be
opened in the Harrington Hall block
December 1. 22-3t
If you've ever eten better bread
and rolls than we serve you, tell us
about it. Federal Bakery. 15-6t
Mrs. W. L. Scott on East Fourth
street was robbed, Monday of her
purse containing two dollars in money
besides several pieces of jewelry. Cir Circumstances
cumstances Circumstances pointed to a colored boy,
who was arrested, but the evidence
was not strong enough to hold him.
Dennison's crepe decorations for
Thanksgiving at The Book Shop. 3t
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Your favorite odor of perfumery
can be had in the famous French Fla Flaconettes
conettes Flaconettes at the Court Pharmacy. 6t
Mrs. D. S. Wood row left yesterday
afternoon for Miami. She will remain
in Jacksonville until tomorrow, when
she will be joined by Mr. Wood row.
Mr. and Mrs. Wood row have taken
a flat in the Gautier apartments for
the winter, where they will soon be
joined by Miss Blair Wood row, now
in South Carolina. The Wood rows
will be much missed by their Ocala
friends, who sincerely hope they will
some day return.
Try our layer cakes. They're just
like the real home made ones you like
so well. Federal Bakery. 15-6t
Went out to fair grounds today at
noon for lunch. Too many fine eats
to sample them all, so stopped at the
stand of the Auxiliary for, the Amer American
ican American Legion, which is selling lunches
for the benefit of invalid ex-service
men. Coffee, sandwiches, warm dog,
pie, etc. We devoured two perfectly
golupshous. pieces and came back to
town invigorated.

Tkcnhsgicing Dirjier tdll be served at
Turkey Smp 15c
Roast Turke.. Chs:er Dressing, Cranberry S.uice .... 75c
Celery Heart, May'jnn:,ie Dressing 25c
Chicken a la f"r.r ce f 50c
Asparagus Tips on Toast, Drawn liutter 25c
Creamed Mashed Potatoes .'..l.. 15c
Candied Sweet PoUti-e 1. 15c
Home Made Biscuits 15c
Coffee. Tea or luttermi':k 5c
Twt-il amount of dinner by order u.g a la carte
would be 2 40.
This dinner will be served Thanksgiving Day
from 1 1 oO to 2:30 at
R1ALT0 CAFE, John Metrie, Prop.

To The

November 22nd, 1921
After due copideration, I have reached the
conclusion that if a man works six days in
the week he shouid be entitled to one day of
For this reason, in the future, my filling
station and battery station will be closed on
Sundays, commencing with Sunday, Novem November
ber November 27th.
I sincerely trust that ail of my customers
and the motorists of this community will let
me serve them on Saturday.
We will keep open until 11:45 S turday night.
Sincerely yours.
Mack Taylor


Magnetos Recharged Cars Washed and Polished
Repair Wcrk, Accessories, Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
Coriier Cia"aliG Avc.'ui d Osceola St.

Telephone 584

A New Limited Pullman, Dining, Observation Car and Coach Train
Effective from Jacksonville, Wednesday, November 16, 1921.
Daily Route No. 32
Lv. OCALA (No. 40) A. C. Line 1:45 pm THItOTGII EQCIPMEJTT
Ar. -J'ksonville (No. 40) A.C.L. 6:45 pen Jacksonville to Chicago.
Lv. JacK.nuiir V. C. Li:.t i:20 pm Jacksonville to Louisville.
Av. J ksonville (.No. 40) A.C.L. :4i pm Jacksonville to Cleveland.
Lv. Waycross A. C. Line 10:30 pm Jacksonville- IndlaaapoUa.
Ar. Albany A. C. Line 1:45 am Jacksonville to G. Rapids
Ar. Macon A. C. Line 4:00 am
Ar. Atlanta A. C. Line 7:05 am Jacksonville to Grantf.
Lv. Atlanta L. & N. RR. 7:25 am Rapids and Mackinaw
Ar. Knoxvllle L & N. RR. 12:32 pm -City.
Ar. Louisvilie I & N. RR. 9:30 pra i
rinMnati IA V p" Vli n-ii OBSERVATION le-fte-
Ar. Cincinnati L. & i-i- 9-is pm i ri.'Pi.'R i tm
Lv. Cincinnati. .I'enna. yst. 9:45 pm i-.i
Ar.CoIun.bus I' .yst. 1:15 am 1H t. lUdiuo.
Ar. Akron Pnna. 6yt. 6:35 am
Ar. Cleveland r Fyt. 8:20 am PARIXIl CARS Oeala to
Lv. Cincinnati... Penna. oyttT 11:40 pm Ja:kMoille.
Ar. Fort Wayne .. Ttnna. s-'yst. 6:15 am
Ar. Grand Rapids Pema. Syst. 11:55 am DIMXG CAR JwkM
Ar. Mkinaw City rear. hyst. 10:0 pm
Ar. Cincinnati.. .Pnna Syst COACIIE Oeala Jae.
Ar. Indianapolis, f'nna. tyst. 6:45 am BAavltlp. JirkMirlllt to
Lv. Cincinnati. .. I'f-r ra y?t 11:40 pm C hirac.
Ar. IEran5port .Penna. yst. 4:50 am
Ar. CHICAGO I'enna. Syst. 7:55 am
NOTE: Train does not run to Mackinaw City Sundays. Sleeker
leaving Ocala Fridays runs only to Grand Rapids.
For further information, detailed -schedules, reservations, etc,
apply to or address the undersigned.
L. K. ERADDOCK, Ticket Ajrent, A. C. Line, Ocala, Fla.
A. W. FEITOT, Div. Pas. Agt. J. G. KIP.KLAND, Div. Pasa Agt
Jacksonvil!?, Florida. Tampa, Florida.
E M NORTH, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Savannah, Ga,
The Standard Railroad of the Sooth

On account of Thar.ksgiving, we
will be closed all day Thursday.
22-2t Ocala Steam Laundry.


Ocala, Florida
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Rnb-XIj-Tisrantiscptic zzi pc!3
Killer, for Infected sores, letter,
sprains, necralpia, rheciss!isa


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