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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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OCALA, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 5, 1921
VOL. 27
NO.- 23 1
rawlings said MEETING TO DISCUSS
PP1LS OKLAWAHA VALLEY
YANKEES TOOK THE
FIRST GAME 3 TO 0
i FOUND GUILTY
OE MURDER IN
FIRST DEGREE
MAO 1 j1 iYlJLLNlJ

OCA

lev inn

Early Arrivals at
Polo Grounds
Shiver in the
Cold.

Giants were Slightly the Favorites
Among the Fans Who Lined the
Bleachers for the First Game of the
1921 Baseball Classic

New York, Oct. 3. The first game

played to-

Texas Posse Hunts
lor Ilegro Robber

Forced Eight Persons to TU Them Themselves
selves Themselves Up and Then Made Off
With $1800 in Plunder

(Ass'Watea Pftss)
Fort Worth, Tex., Oct. 5. Posses

of the world's series was played to! today searched along the shores of

a crowd of 31,000 pec-ple. Batteries: Lake Worth, near here, for a negro
Yankees, Mays and Echang; Giants, who last night forced eight men and
Douglas, Barnes and Snyder. women he found in a house by the

. The Yankees came to bat first and iake to tie up one another and then
mad; one run in the first inning. The robbed them of $1800 worth of jewel jewel-Giants
Giants jewel-Giants did not threaten until the ry and a small amount of 6ash. The
fourth, when they had a man on third robber also attacked a 17-year-old

with nobody down, buS Mays pitched J gr jn the party but ran when her
wnntWf ul ball and h :ld them score-1 mother untied herself and ran

less. I screaming for air, the victims said

The Yankees scored one more run

in the fifth when M .Nally doubled, MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL

was sacrificed tp third and stole home,

sliding under Snyder. In the sixth R.J The city council held its regular

Mensel of the Yanked, pulled a bone- meeting last night with Councilmen

head play. He hit a three-bagger and I Mclver, Simmons, Goldman and Winer

was called out for not touching first present

base. His hit scoroJ Peckinpaugh, I After reading the minutes the

who had singled and reached second meeting was thrown open to the pub

An wild nitch b Douglas. Frisch Hc in order that the city fathers

of the Giants got tvj singles and a J might hear any affairs that the citi

triple in his fust three times up. zens might wish to bring before them

In the seventh Schang was out by j Frank Gadson appeared in behalf of
getting in the way of a hit ball. Ward the Florida Knitting Mills and asked

caught a foul by a wonderful run. J that the council reconsider the decis

Babe Ruth struck out three times, got jcn 0f the city attorney in holding
one hit and one pass. Frisch batted that concern responsible for a long-

.1000, getting thiee c.ngles and

double out of four times up.
Score by innings: R
Yankees .. ...100 Cll 0003
Giants .. .....000 0C0 0000

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BEFORE THE GAME
(Associated Press)

New York, Oct. 5. Fair and cool

weather prevailed this morning with
the first game of the world's series

scneauieu xor w. amount paid on this back account,
before the Giants and Yankees went A, iV

standing bill for lights and power of

the Ocala Knitting Mills. Gadson

showed that the present corporation
was in no way connected with the

old organization and that tb. men
putting up the capital for the Florida

Knitting Mills are not the same men

who were interested :in the Ocala

Knitting Mills.' As soon as the coun council
cil council realized that these were the facts
the order and the -Florida Knitting

Mills was ordered reimbursed for he

Glenn Hudson Will Hang November j neld Steadily to His Testimony Un

IStJi for Kiling His Two
Stepchildren

(Associated Press)
Albany, Ga., Oct. 5. Glenn M.

Hudson today was found guilty of

the murder of his two stepchildren
and sentenced to hang November 18.
The jury, which was out all night,

returned a verdict at 11 o'clock. Mrs.

Hudson, mother of the murdered boys,

jointly indicted with ner husband,
will be Elaced on trial Monday. The

two boys sons of a deceased over,
seas veteran, aged ten and four, were

shot to death on the porch of their

home white eating watermelon.

(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Oct. 5. The defense

in the trial of John Pope completed
itr. cross examination of Rawlings

this morning without having shaken

his story to the effect that Pope in instigated
stigated instigated the attempted robbery of the

alace theater September 4th, during

which Rawlings shot and killed the

manager of the playhouse, George

Hickman. Rawlings' held steadily to

MEETING OF CHRISTIAN
MISSIONARY SOCIETY

The missionary society of the
Christian church held its monthly
meeting Tuesday afternoon at the
church with the president Mrs. Frank
Wetherbee presiding. During the bus business
iness business period several important topics
were discussed. Scripture lesson and
prayer by the devotional leader, Mrs.
Jennie Whitfield, after which Mrs. E.
H. Martin gave a very interesting ad address
dress address on missionary work. Meeting
closed with prayer, to meet again
Nov. 7th, with Mrs. J. E. Chace as

leader. A very enjoyable social hour
followed the meeting, with the offi

cers of the auxiliary as hostesses.

on

being arrested in Kansas City for va

grancy and in Chicago for fighting.
The defense sought to implicate him

in a Kansas City murder, but he de denied
nied denied connection with any other homi

cide.

Rawlings said Atlanta was his home

and he had a sister living there. After
cross examination the state began re

direct examination but this is ex expected
pected expected to be brief.

Later in the meeting the council

.! atl.P0.'.gd T.t Unk iully the light .nd power

of fans from the four corners of the

earth were hurrying toward the park,

hoping to gain admittance

At midnight several fans gathered

situation. It appears that a. few of
the patrons of the city light and wa

ter plant have fallen in arrears with

at, miamgnt m payment of their bills. The city is
j ii j t7-T4 titaia tm lino I

ai me entrance. 1 j v,a l.vht. w,tPr

off after the tenth of the month if

by one o'clock. The cold night with
a raw wind and frequent showers

brought out many 1

ana even oiu newspaper a "-

enthusiasts warm. Automobiles ap

tips tpH shortlv after midnight, their

Hmum curtains indicating that- the

occupants were asleep, awaiting day

break and a chance to buy a ticket.

Toward daylight the crowd grew
larger and the line longer. The police

had some arguments to settle but it

wasn't strenuous labor.

any indication of the outcome of the j pr?

same the Giants will win. All along

the line the National Leaguers are

f avored over the Yankees, yet those
who supported, the latter club made

the current bill is not paid and the

a

deposit in the beginning for a meter

and this deposit usually is amble to
take care of one month's service. The
city has been a little lenient in the
past and has not enforced this ruling,
but since some are taking advantage

of this kindness, an order was made
last night and issued to Mr. McKen-

zie' and Mr. Sistrunk to cut the lights
and water off unless the bills are paid

A committee of girls from the Q.

H. S. appeared before the council to
ask that the city install three lights

on their basket ball court so that they

might practice and play at night

up in noise what they lack in number.
llrl A. 4.1. If mam W m ivf I

What the Managers Said

"I am confident, not cocky," declar-

speak in public and had chosen 'Mr.
J. J. Gerig as their spokesman. Mr.

ed Miner nuggms, x ...g m&de &n apDropriate speech

lust Deiore me uucuuig i "&

series today.

'l am relying on the courage of my
1 ,1. 1 v;u-rr-

Diavers ana meir geueroi uiiii-j,

said McGraw, of the Giants.

Asked how his hurlers proposed to

treat Ruth at the bat, McGraw said

he would not cross bridges before he

comes to them. "But I can say," he

added, "that we shall take no liberties
with a slugger like Ruth."

CITY BONDS APPROVED

Mayor Anderson announced at the
council meeting last night that the
bond attorneys had finally given in
their opinion, approving the paving
bonds of the city of Ocala. and that

the bonds could be sold and the money

realized on them in a few days now,

BUY ON CREDIT

Ladies' dresses, coats, coat suits,
skirts and shirt waits. Easy payments,

exceptional values. B. GOLDMAN,

G-tf Cor. Fort King and Magnolia St.

A hen doesn't stop scratching when
the bugs are scarce, not at all. She
increases the effort to make a living

for herself and her care.

behalf of the girls Jand the request

was granted. The committee was
composed of MissesMarion Meffert,

Annie MacKay, Cornelia Dozier, Jess

Dehon and Christine Gose.

Mr. Winer asked the advice of the

council relative to selling a horse

used by the pound officer and-the se

curing of another animal. It appears

that the horse now used by Mr. Hollo-

way is not fitted for the work and a

ntw one is needed. Mr. Winer was
given authority to consummate the

trade.

A new impounding ordinance was

passed which in substance makes r

unlawful for any grazing animal to

run in the streets and provides that
these animals be taken up and put in

the pound until redeemed by the own

er or'if unclaimed to be sold after
being advertised. Charges and penal

ties are fixed by the ordinance.

The ordinance providing for and

protecting the new dummy police

force that was introduced at a pre previous
vious previous meeting by Mr. Goldman, was
read for the last time and passed.
The ordinance provides for perma permanent
nent permanent concrete traffic markers at the
corners of Fort King and Main, Fort
King and Magnolia, Broadway and
Main, Broadway and Magnolia, Ok-

lawaha and Main, Oklawaha and
Magnolia, Washington and Main,
Washington and Main. In addition

to creating these dummy policeman
the ordinance makes it unlawful to
run into, go to the left of, scratch,

mar or deface one of these markers

A penalty of not more than $100 fine

or 30 days, or both, is imposed for

any infringement of this law. Coun

cilman Mclver remarked that this

seemed a rather high fine but the rest

of the council called "his attention to

the fact that it was not neecssary to
give an offender the limit and that

the recorder could use his discretion

in fixing the penalty.

City Attorney Hocker requested

the council to give him a check for his
expenses to Tallahassee as it was

necessary for him to go there on Oct.
12th to l-epresent the city in its suit

against Mr. Anderson.

The council agreed that it might be
well to sell off the property now used
for a barn, as well as any other real

estate that the city may own but

which is not in use.

The report of the city health offi

cer for the month of September was

filed and is as follows:

Dairies inspected and milk exam

rned as follows:

Close: Inspection, 92 per cent; but

ter fat, 5. per cent; batceria, 84,000

Gray: Inspection, 86 per cent; but

ter,fat, 5. per cent; bacteria, 102,000

Green: Inspection, 80 per cent; but

ter fat, 5.8 per cent; bacteria, 102,

000.

Painter: Inspection, 93 per cent

butter fat, 4.7 per cent; batceria,!
98,000.

Popp: Inspection, 80 per cent; but

ter fat, 5. per cent; batceria, 68,000.

Peavey: Butter fat, 5.8 per cent;

batceria, 112,000.

Thrash: Inspection, 84 per cent;

butter fat, 4.2 per cent; bacteria,

112,000.

Markets and bakeries inspected and

scored as follows: Carter, Fish Mar Market,
ket, Market, Cook, Heintz, Pasteur, Federal,

New York, Sarasota, Rowe, excellent;
Marsh, Magnolia, Mordis, Lowe, Daw Daw-kins,
kins, Daw-kins, gaod; Broadway, Golman, fair.

der Cross Examination by the
Defense's Attorney

Arbucfde Case in

Superior Court Today

But Defendant was at nis Home in
Los Angeles, and District Attor Attorney
ney Attorney May Ask Continuance

(Associated Ptmj)
San Francisco, Oct. 5. The man-

his story that Pope was the master slaughter charge against Fatty Ar-

mind in the conspiracy to rob the DUCKIe Wfls on tne calendar or tne
Palace and put across other jobs in superior court today but the defend-

acksonville. ant was at ms home in Los Angeles.
The defense was able to bring out. I1 was learned last night from the

however, that Rawlings had been ar- defense's attorney that Arbuckle's

rested in Kansas City and Chicago I presence in court here today was not
before his first arrest in Jacksonville demed necessary, as the- case will

a larceny charge. He admitted ccme UP only for instruction and ar

raignments. District Attorney Brady,
however, intimated he was opposed to
Arbuckle's absence and probably
would ask a continuance until next

Friday to enable Arbuckle to come to

San Francisco and appear.

Will be Held in
Ocala Friday
Night at Eight
O'Clock.

Palatka Asks Ocala Jlerchants and
Business Men to Help Find a Solu Solution
tion Solution for the Present Difficulties of
the Little Railway.

MRS. IDA C. FOGLESTROM

LEGION MEETS TONIGHT

Mrs. "Ida C. Foglestrom of Cornell,

died- this morning at one o'clock after

an illness of several weeks. Mrs.

Foglestrom lived to the ripe old age

of 77 years. She leaves to mourn her

Marion County Post. No. 27 of the deatn ner nusbana, Mr. John ogei-

American Legion and the Woman's strom, one son, Mr. Charlie Fogel Fogel-Auxiliary
Auxiliary Fogel-Auxiliary of the post meet tonight at strom and other reltaives. The fu fu-S
S fu-S o'clock in the armory. A number neral services will take place this

of important matters will come before afternoon at four o'clock from the Commerce was called over the long-

the meeting of the two organizations, church, Kev. Ulson omciatmg. In- distance phone to find out what hour

Several important communications of terment will be made in the church Friday wouid best suit the Palatka

the Florida department of the legion yard cemetery. Sam R. Pyles & Com- peopie. it was agreed that 8 o'clock

will be considered by the post. Fol- Pany, funeral diretcors, have charge Friday would be suitable. The meet-

The following telegram was re received
ceived received this morning by the Marion
County Board of Trade from the Pa Palatka
latka Palatka Chamber of Commerce in re regard
gard regard to the Oklawaha Valley railroad
situation:
. "Can you arrange a large meet meeting
ing meeting of Ocala merchants, jobbers
and shippers to meet similarly -engaged
Palatka men Friday to
discuss Oklawaha Valley road
matters. We are desirous of

finding some common ground on
which both Cities civic bodies
may help develop and continuous continuously
ly continuously support the railroad. Believe
our ideas will find favor. Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph the hour arranged.
Lfpon reecipt of the telegram the

secretary of the Marion County Board

cf Trade got in touch with a number

of merchants and business men and

found that they thought the meeting
should be held. The secretary found
those he consulted ready to listen to
any .proposition that might lead to a
solution of the Oklawaha Valley dif

ficulty. The Palatka Chamber of

lowing the business sessions refresh-! of the arrangements

ments will be served by the -members
of the auxiliary. ..

A" CLUB GAVE A ...

SURPRISE PARTY

MINE WORKERS ADJOURN
AFTER DECLARING IN

" x-, iU-" FAVOR OF A NEW PARTY

. (Associated Press)

Indianapolis, Oct. 5. The conven-

Miss Sue Moore entertained the

I . i -rr i l ii; tit 1 I w

A rMK lac nin-ht at. fVioir remilar I tion oi tne umtea mine orsers w j ; 4 A tVio nwf.

ing will be held Friday at 8 o'clock in
! the courthouse. Should anything pre

vent the holding of the meeting in
the courthouse announcement will be

made of another meeting place.

It is believed that the very least

that the business men and merchants

of Ocala can do in. regard to the rail-

weekly auction party. There" were

the regular members of the club pres present
ent present and Mrs. R. S. Hall as a guest!

Miss Eloise Henry made highest score

and was presented with a box of sta

tionery. Miss" Elizabeth Davis drew

the booby prize.

While the guests were playing auc auction,
tion, auction, a knock was heard at the door
pnd a messenger boy carrying a rib ribbon"
bon" ribbon" bedecked basket was admitted.

The basket contained a variety

America adjourned today after adopt

ing a declaration favoring the crea-

tion of a new political party of or

ganized labor and organized farmers.

RETIRED AFTER YEARS

OF HONORABLE SERVICE

ing Friday evening and co-operate
with the business men and merchants

of Palatka and the people of Marion
county who live along the line of the
Oklawaha Valley. Attendance, there

fore, of every merchant and business
man is urged.

.(Associated Press)

Washington. Oct. 5. Major Gener

al Leonard Wood retired today from

of active service in the army to accept

INVITATION EXTENDED

WESLEY FEDERATION

The Maripn County Board of Trade

gifts, a miscellaneous shower for appointment as governor general of j,as j0jned h the Methodists of
Miss Moore, the bride-elect of the the Philippines, thus ending volun- Qcaa inextending an invitation to

A" Club. The shower was planned ianiy more man imny-si years the Florida Federation of Wesley

by the other members of the club and! military life.

was a complete surprise to Miss

Moore, especially as it occurred at NON-PERMANENT MEMBERS

her own party.
After the excitement of the shower
Miss Moore served her guests with a
refreshment course.

OF COUNCIL RE-ELECTED

THE U-SERVE SYSTEM

LADIES READY-TO-WEAR

- Visit my ladies' ready-to-wear de

partment. Ladies' coat suits, skirts,
shirt vraist and dresses. Moderate

prices and easy terms. B. Goldman's
Furniture Store, corner Fort King

and Magnolia street 4-3t
FOOTBALL GAME FRIDAY

(Associated Press)

Geneva.. Oct. 5. Four non-perma

nent members of the council of the

league of nations, China, Belgium,
Brazil and Spain, were re-elected to-

In the Star of yesterday there ap-jday by the assembly.

peared a notice of application for let

ters patent to be issued to the U- PEANUT CROP WILL BE SHORT

Serve System, with Messrs. Harvey

Bible Classes to hold it3 1922 conven

tion in Ocala. The federation is now

in session in St. Petersburg. The

Board of Trade sent a telegram yes

terday afternoon to Rev. C. W. White,

pastor of the Methodist church here,

asking him to urge the acceptance of

Ocala's invitation.

MISS LEITCH DEFEATED

AT GOLF BY MRS. LETTS

(Associated Presa)
New York, Oct. 5. Miss Cecil
Titrb woman's coif champion of

Clark, Howard Clark, W. E. bmith Editor Star: The market report is-

and E. C. Bennett as the subscribing suei by the U. S. agricultural depart- j Great Eritain, France and Canada,

incorporators. I ment in its issue of September 11th, J has failed in her quest of the United

The name of this new corporation gays: The very dry weather all overlStates championship. She was de-

is to be the U-Serve System and the I the peanut section of this country I f cated today by Mrs. F. C. Letts, Jr.,

principal place of business is to be j during August has reduced the ex- I o1 Chicagt, one up at the home green

in Ocala. Mr. Harvey Clark, who has pcted yield more than 14 per cent. aE(i tha3 eliminated from the tourna

made such a success in the O. K. Tea- The Times-Union in a late issue re repot
pot repot Grocery and the two U-Serve ports the rain fall for September at
stores he opened in the city, and until less than one-sixth the normal precip precip-recently
recently precip-recently operated, will be president of itation.
the new concern. The corporation ex- The shortage of rain during August
pects to sell and distribute the rights and September will shorten the peanut
to trade under the U-Serve System crop fully 25 per cent, giving us the
and to establish retail stores through- smallest yield in many years years-out
out years-out the United States under this sys- This same report also says there is

ment.

COLDER NORTH, WARMER
IN THE SOUTH TONIGHT

The Ocala high school first and sec

ond football teams will play Friday

afternoon at 4:30 at Hunter park. A
good game is promised. In order to
help the boys defray their incidental
expenses a small admission charge
will be made. Everybody who can
should attend these home games and
in thin way encourage the boys, who
are working hard to get a real win winning
ning winning team under way for the season's
games with other cities.

(Associated irese)
Washington, Oct. 5 The probabil probability
ity probability of light frost tonight in the south south-em
em south-em ADnalachian resrion was forecast

.i . i

tern, also to manufacture or sell ana a smaller amount or peanuts now on tod by the weather bureau in an

generally to deal in symps, canned hand in the hands of farmer, dealer nonTlc-inrr continued cool weather to-

fiuits. vegetables, etc., under the U-Iand manufacturer than usual at tnis

Serve trade mark. Jtime of the year and there has been

The U-serve system in Ocala has! lately but few peanuts imported and

proved 0 successful that the ampli-jthe price of peanuts has advanced in

fication of this system throughout the l the last 30 days.
country bids fair to become one ofl These things cause me to believe
.... I 1 1. M. 11

the most successful business projects i that the peanut grower snouia not sen
of our town. Ihis peanuts at present prices, but

should hold them till he can get the

night in the Atlantic states. Slightly
warmer in north and central Florida
tonight.

YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WITH ME higher prices later on.
My samples have just arrived for The way the average panut crop
new fall and winter suits and over- is gathered makes them very poor
coats. Let me take your measure, stock for planting and I believe the
Tay while you wear on our generous peanut grower who will carefully hand
charge account plan. B. GOLDMAN, pick the faulty nuta out of his seed
5-tf Cor. Fort King and Magnolia St. peanuts, advertise them as hand pick-

BUY ON CREDIT
Ladies' dresses, coats, coat suits,
skirts and shirt waits. Easy payments,
exceptional values. B. GOLDMAN,
5-tf Cor. Fort King and Magnolia St.

ed and graded peanuts, he will get
big pay for his trouble.
The rain ii over, the ground is wet,
so I'll quit writing and set out some
cabbage plants. L. S. Light.

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FEARFULLY LONG LIST
OF VICTIMS OF FIRE

Last year nearly 15,000 persons
were burned to death with approxi approximately
mately approximately 20,000 injured, a large per percentage
centage percentage of whom were injured perma permanently
nently permanently and made a, public charge on

our citizenship, T. Alfred Fleming, of

the National Board of Fire Under

writers of New York city told the au automotive
tomotive automotive section of the national safe safety
ty safety council congress in Boston recently.
"A classification of these losses
shows that over 70 per cent are women

and children of school age and under.
Thin classification shows that ; the

home and the school have been neg neglected
lected neglected in our great scheme of safety

education. It also shows the effee

tiveness of the general campaign of

safety in the shop and factory.

"Co-incident with this loss of life,

the destruction of property during

1920 as quoted by Mr. W .E. Mella-

lieo, general manager of the National

Board of Fire Underwriters almost

doubled that of any previous year of
our history, reaching an enormous to

tal of over $505,000,000 which does

not include the stupendous losses in
forestry, 90 per cent of which is due
to carelessness of citizens. This waste
cf our national wealth of nearly one

and one-half millions a day is paid for

by every citizen of the nation. It is
generally considered that these losses

are borne largely by insurance com

names which is true but insurance

companies are only collecting and dis

tributing agencies and of necessity
are compelled to require increased
rates to cover insurance losses.' Ev

ery product purchased for the home or
for the factory has in its cost to the
consumer an amount to cover the in insurance
surance insurance and overhead cost. It is the

largest and most unnecessary leakage
of the country's resources, and is al

most entirely avoidable and unneces unnecessary.
sary. unnecessary. "Paul C. Redington of the forestry
division of the United States, in an
address in California recently stated
that of 20,244 forest fires caused by
campers last year, 76 per cent or over
15,000 were due to smokers' careless carelessness.
ness. carelessness. It would seem that the only
way to obviate these tremendous
flosses of life and property would be
to conduct the longest possible con continuous
tinuous continuous campaign of education for
their elimination.
"The sections where safety has been
most neglected are in the home and
school It -is an appalling fact that
not one business man out of every
200 has ever applied the knowledge
of safety he has used in his factory to
his home. He has forgotten to call a
"cabinet meeting" of the members of
"his family and servants to instruct
theim how to turn in an alarm, how
to extinguish a fire in its incipiency,

how to avoid danger from articles

used in the home and how to use the

extinaruisher he has installed. In

other words, financial value in produc

tion has 1000 per cent more care and

oversight than the priceless jewels of
human life in the home, and yet the
nation in only as large or as strong

as its homes.

"Similar negligence is shown in the

care, maintenance and construction of

our schools. A very small percentage
of the members of our present boards

of education have assumed more than

' the financial burden of school activi
ties while they are equally responsi

ble for the moral and physical safety

of each child under their care. There
is a great disregard of properly estab

lished rules in the construction of new

buildings and the remodeling of old

structures. It has been found by ex

perts, that over 90 per cent of the

school buildings are more unsafe
either structurally or in maintenance
than the Collinwood school when it

burned causing the death of 173 chil children
dren children and three teachers. Over five
schools burn in the United States for
each day of the year. Trifles due to

carelessness or through thoughtless

ness are the causes of the largest per

centage of fire casualties and confla conflagrations.
grations. conflagrations. "It has been said by an eminent au authority
thority authority that 70 per cent of our loss of
life is due to unprotected vertical
openings. I firmly believe this is true.
It is the vertical opening left unpro unprotected
tected unprotected that allows the fire to spread
through the building or to the adjoin adjoining
ing adjoining area. Lack of proper fire windows,

shutters, water curtains, open stair stairways
ways stairways and elevator shafts, lack of fire
doors between divisions of or main
buildings. This is what traps the
workman at his bench or the clerk
making her sales.

"The above coupled with improper

fire exit facilities spells the death
sentence of thousands. It is a trav travesty
esty travesty on the present high standards of
mental development to note the use-

ess sham involved in 90 per cent of

our Dreseni exit iaciuues. lire

escapes constructed against the sides j
of buildings v and passing ordinary
glass windows, eliminating their util utility
ity utility after the first puff of flame from
the window below. Spiral slides erect

ed inside of" a steel enclosure, fre frequently
quently frequently found locked with a padlock
at the exit door below, only prepare

more horrible death by roasting,

while deluding many with surrounding
of apparent safety. I personally found
three of these traps locked with Yale
padlocks, whose keys were lost even
while 28 rooms of the school, they

were supposed to serve, were in ses

sion.

"It is the duty of every employer

to help, every member of the boards
of education and every home owner
to realize that he personally must as

sume the liability and provide 100 per
cent safety to those for whom he is

responsible." v

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GOOD ROADS MEETING

IN ORLANDO OCTOBER 8

The next meeting f the good roads

convention for the promotion of in

terest in' state highway No. 2, will

be held in Orlando next Saturday eve

ning.' It is urged that a large crowd
attend from Ocala. .This is the fourth
meeting of the kind and interest has

been very keen in the other three

meetings.' It is the object of the con

vention to show the state highway
commission- that: there are a large
number of people in Florida who are

interested'in and "desire road No. 2.

Important plans will be discussed at
Orlando for securing immediate state

aid on this road and it is very neces

sary that there be a large attendance.
Ocala should send at least twenty-

five cars to Orlando Saturday afternoon.

WEEKLY MEETING OF
OCALA GUN CLUB

The Ocala Gun Club held its regu regular
lar regular weekly shoot yesterday afternoon
with a very good attendance. The
scores follow:
Bruce Meffert 47x50

H. W. Tucker 45x50
W. P. Preer '. 41x50

Jas. J. Pyles 34x50

C. C. Bennett . 31x50
W, B. Gallagher 28x50
Howard Walters 15x50

Paul Simmons 22x25

Ted Drake 19x25
Joe Blalock . .1 19x25

Dr. H. W. Henry 12x25

NEW FIRE SIREN

Fire 1 Chief Raymond is delighted

with a new electric siren that the
council 1 has purchased for his chem

ical truck. ; Chief Raymond took the
truck out of town and tried the siren

and says that it will wake the dead

but refuses to blow it until there is a
fire, so the general public will have

to start a fire to listen to the new

noise maker.

STRAW HATS CALLED IN

LIFE

FIRE

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AUTO REPAIRING
Acetylene Welding
Generators Renewed
Cylinders Reboredl
Brakes Relined
All work done by experts
and every job guaranteed
Geo. J. Williams
Phone 597

These cars are some of the
real bargains at the

MURPHY MOTOR CO
"This is a Studebaker Year."

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When you waiit your house, H
furniture, stock or goods of g
any Vind sold, he will auction
it off for you, and get full H
market value. Consult him if
you have anything to sell. S
J. H. CRAMER

P.O.Box 340 Ocala. Fla.
Telephone 419

I have decided to put on the mar market
ket market MY LAND OUT ON THE SIL SILVER
VER SILVER SPRINGS ROAD, OKLAWAHA
AND FORT KING AVENUES. I will
sell this land in 21 or five-acre lots,
part cash and five years to pay bal balance!
ance! balance! See me for terms.
If Ocala ever builds, she is certain
to build out east on this property.
You can secure a lot on either of the
roads mentioned above. Buy a lot,

set out. an orange grove and let it
bring you an income,

IPEERLISS TIRES

6000 mile guarantee
30x3 non-skid $ 9
30x31-2 non-skid $12

5 DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE j
)g W. Broadway ).

The regular time for the death

knell of straw hats is October 1st,

but it seems that some men forget

that. The weather man was rather
insulted at this infringement on cus

tom so last night he sent a cold wave

down upon the culprits. Many a man
had to get up and look for blankets

last night and a straw hat looks lone
some this morning.

JEWELER TO" MOVE

Mr. J. C. Smith is preparing to

move his jewelry store from the por

tiori of Jake's store now occupied by

Mr. Smith to the store on Fort King
that was first occupied by the Vogue.

Mr. Smith is having a new show win

dow built in the store room and will

move in as soon as the work is com

pleted.- He will have a very up-to-date
store is his new location.

0; rfteftl.

You Get a Run
for your money at onr
riant. We are hot alter
your trade, and will sure surely
ly surely make it of interest to
yon to deal with us.
WE Insure a Long Run for
Your Tires.

I have 70 acres of fine watermelon
and tomato land 3 miles east of
Ocala, which I will either rent or sell.
House and good well of water on the
place. Will sell on easy terms.

I am offering for sale one-half of
Block 37 Old Survey, Ocala the
scuth half of lots 3 and 4. This prop property
erty property is immediately behind Frank's
Store. Several small houses now on
property which are rented. Will sell
for part cash and balance on terms.

FARMERS' EXC

AKGE STORE

Merchants Block Pliom-163

Cherry Bell

79 Try It if is a hard wheat thur
as goad as any and less in price

W. P. CM
Ocala, Florida.

Several exceptional bargains in

rugs and art squares if sold at once. )

Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm

UNEED.tS and aU former
10c pkgs. Crackers ... O C
Three packages 20 C

All former 20c. pkgs.
Crackers
Tall Pink
Salmon
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 J- OC
24. lb sack Vl OJ

Sauer's Self-Rising
24 lb sack

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

Senate Coffee, O"! 1 f
three pounds for. vllv

15c
15c
12c
45 c
8c
21c
55c

$1.30

30c
30c
40c
75 c

Argo Salmon,
per can

Arjro Salmon,

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

Evaporated Milk,
large, per dozen.
Evaporated Milk,
small. . '.
Evaporated Milk,
small, per dozen.
Three packages
Argo Starch
One dozen packages
Argo Starch
Quart jars
of Honey
Quart cans
of Syrup
Pint jars or
Bottle3 Syrup. ..
Syrup drawn from
barrel, per gallon

40c
75 c
65c
40 c
30c

15c
$1.70
7c
. 80c
.. 25c
. 95c
. 65c
. 30c
15c
75c

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NEEDIIAM MOTOR CO.
Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
Large line of Electrial Parts
We use genuine parts in our
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Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St.
Phone 252

SEE ME FOR
Everything in the Building line
My Work is Guaranteed
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"The Stucco Man" Phone 526

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VULCANIZING
Ocala House Block
OCALA, FLORIDA

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

This is a Studebaker year. tf

Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNIOT STATION
The following schedule njures pub published
lished published as information and iot guar
anteed.
(Eastern Standard Titie)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:15 am Tampa-
Manasee-St Petrsbrg 4 :05 pro

2:55 em N York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 rr.

2:15 am Tampa
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee
4:05 pm TamFa-St Petrsbrg
Leave

2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 arr
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pro

ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Leave
i:27 am Jacksonville-N'ork
1 :45 :m JksonviUe-Galf.svi! e

6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pra
2:33 am St.Petsbrp-Lakeland 2:27 :irr

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3:24 pm
7:10 am
7:25 am

3:30 pm
10:15 pm

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Mon-nv, Wednesday. Friday.
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OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1921

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stairs
KATHLEEN
NORRIS
CaanMrtby
SYNOPSIS.
CHAPTER I. With hUT two daughter,
Alix and Cherry, the latter Jut eighteen
yeairs old, and his niece, Anne, Doctor
Strickland, retired, in living at Mill Val Valley,
ley, Valley, a short distance from San Francisco.
HU closest Wend is Peter Joyce, something-
of a recluse. Visiting In the vi vicinity,
cinity, vicinity, Martin Lloyd, mining engineer,
falls in love with and secretly becomes
engaged to Cherry.
CHAPTER IL While the family is
speculating as to Lloyd's intentions. Cher Cherry
ry Cherry brings him to supper,, practically an announcing
nouncing announcing her engagement to him. -.
CHAPTER III. Doctor Strickland feels
Cherry Is too young to marry and urges
her to wait at least a jtar. but the girl
coa xes him into agreeing to an immediate
wedding and the cerem.:iy takes place,
the couple leaving at once for El Nido,
where Martin is employed.
CHAPTER IV. The honeymoon days
over. Cherry begins to ftel a vague dis dissatisfaction
satisfaction dissatisfaction with Martin and the monot monotony
ony monotony of her dally, life.
CHAPTER V.-At Mill Valley, Justin
Little, lawyer, becomes engaged to Anne,
tho wedding being set for September,
some months distant. Al x visits Cherry
at EI Nido and the tv. o -jirls coax Mar Martin
tin Martin into allowing Cherry to go home for
Anne's wedding.
CHAPTER VL-In her father's house
Cherry contrasts the pea. eful, happy life
th;re with her rather soiMld existence at
El Nido and realizes thtt her marriage
has been something of a failure. Doetor
Strickland, feeling that Cl.erry is not be be-in&'
in&' be-in&' fair to Martin, in that she is unduly
prolonging her visit aft., r Anne's wed wed-dlmg.
dlmg. wed-dlmg. urges her to return to her husband.
ShB makes preparations for her departure.
CHAPTER VII.-Peter Joyce tells Cher Cherry
ry Cherry he has had one "grand passion" in his
life, but the woman was not for him. He
doep not reveal her name. Cherry rejoins
he? husband.
CHAPTER VIII.-The young wife's dis dissatisfaction
satisfaction dissatisfaction increases and there is an al almost
most almost open break. Martin has a brief spell
of sickness and something of her old feel feeling
ing feeling for him returns to .Cherry.
CHAPTER IX. Doctor Strickland Is
stricken suddenly with what all perceive
is a fatal illness. Alix summons Cherry
to her father's deathbed. After the doc doctor's
tor's doctor's death it is discovered that years ago
he had borrowed money from Anne's fa father
ther father and seemingly 'the debt was never
discharged. With accumulated interest
th amount practically consumes all the
money the doctor U-ft. Justin Little
ma.kes It manifest th.it he will insist on
hie wife's claims. It means that the two
girls are left with practically nothing.
CHAPTER X. Peter Joyce, who has
been on a trip practical iy around the
world, returns, not havin : learned of the
doctor's death. He hears of Anne's posi position
tion position with regard to the m jney with deep
dieigust. Alix has the ho:ue and is mak making
ing making a fair living singing. Joyce urges her
to marry him. She consents and they
have a simple wedding a;:il go to Joyce's
home to live. Ideally happy.
"I suppose that's the plan,' tnrer,
said, lifelessly. 'JJe snys be'U want
me to Join him abom ihe middle of
August."
"Oh, help I- Ailx said, disgustedly.
Cherry was silent a few minutes,
and Peter smoked with his eyes on the
flre.
"If "Cherry said presently. If
I get my money I'll have enough to
live on, won't I, Peter?"
"Youll have about forty thousand
dollars yes, at five per cent you could
live on that. Especially If you lived
here In the valley," Peter answered,
after, some thought
Then I want you to know," Cherry
went on quietly, with sudden scarlet
In her cheeks, "that I'm going to tell
Martin I think we have tried it long
enough l"
Peter looked gravely at" her, sober soberly
ly soberly nodded, and resumed his study of
the fire. But Alix spoke in brisk pro protest.
test. protest. "Tried it! You mean tried mar marriage
riage marriage But one doesn't try marriage
It'a a fact It's like the color of your
eyes."
"Alix," the little sister pleaded eager eagerly,
ly, eagerly, "you don't know what it Is you
don't know what it is Always meeting
people I don't like; always living In
places I hate; always feeling that my
own self Is being smothered and lost
and shrunk; always listening to Mart
complaining and criticizing people-"
Peter Interrupted seriously :
"I'll go this far. Cherry. Lloyd mar married
ried married you too young."
"Oh, far too young I" she agreed
quickly. "The thing II can't think
of," she said, "Is how young I was
only a littie girl. I knew nothing ;
I wasn't ready to be anybody's wife !"
Something in the poignant sorrow of
her tone went straight to their hearts,
and for the first time Peter had an
Idea of the real suffering she had
borne.
"If I had a child, even, or If Martin
needed me," .Cherry said,- "then it
might be different 1 But I'm only a
burden to him
"His letter doesn't sound as If he
thought of you as a burden." Alix sug suggested
gested suggested mildly.
"Ah, well, the minute I leave him
he has a different tone," Cherry ex explained,
plained, explained, and Peter said, with a glance
almost of surprise at his wife:
"It's an awfully difficult position for
a woman of any pride, dear!"
Alix. kneeling to adjust the fire, as
she was constantly tempted to do, met
his look and laid a soot-streaked hand
on his knee.
"Pete, dearest of course it Is!
But and Alix looked doubtfully from
one to the other "but divorce Is a
hateful thing !" she added, shaking her
head. "It it never seems to me Jus Justifiable!"
tifiable!" Justifiable!" "TQivorce U ah Institution."! Peter

said. ToU may no like' If any more
than you like prisons or madhouses;
It has its uses."
"People get divorces every day!"
Cherry added. "Isn't divorce better
than living along in marriage without
love?"
"Oh, love P Alix said scornfully.
"Love Is Just another name for pas passion
sion passion and selfishness and laziness, half
the time !"
"Ton can say that because yours
Is one of the happy marriages," Cher Cherry
ry Cherry said. "It might be very different
If Peter weren't Peter!"
As she said his name she sent him
her trusting smile; her blue eyes shone
with affection, and the exquisite curve
of her mouth deepened. Peter smiled
back, and looked away In a little con confusion.
fusion. confusion. Q
"I can't Imagine the circumstances
under which I shouldn't love you and
Peter!" Alix summarized It triumph triumphantly.
antly. triumphantly. "And Martin?" Peter asked.
"Ah, well; I didn't marry Martin r
his wife reminded him quickly. "I
didn't promise to love and honor Mar Martin
tin Martin In sickness and health; for richer,
for poorer; for better, for worse by
George!" Alix interrupted herself. In
her boyish way, "those are terrific
words, you know. And a promise Is
a promise!"
"And even for Infidelity, yon dont
believe people ought to seperateT"
Cherry asked.
"Nonsense!" Peter said.
"But you said that Martin never"
"No, I'm not speaking of Martin
now!"
"Well, wouldn't that come under
worser?" Alix asked.
"But my child," Peter expostulated
kindly. "My dear benighted wife
there is such a thing as a soul a mind
a personality! To be tied to a
well, to a coarsening influence day after
day is living death It Is worse than
any bodily discomfort
"I don't see it!" Alix persisted. "I
think there's a lot of nonsense talked
about the fammy oncompreezy but It
seems to me that if you have, a home
and meals and books and friends and
the country to walk in, you
"Oh, heavens, Alix; you don't know
what you're talking about!" Cherry
interrupted her impatiently. "Some "Sometimes
times "Sometimes I think your marriage la as
as queer as my own."
Nothing more was said for several
days upon the subject of a possible
divorce. One afternoon Peter crossed
the porch, tired and hot and found
everything apparently deserted. He
dropped into a chair; and wag still
breathless from the rapid climb up uphill,
hill, uphill, when stray notes from the piano
reached his ears; a chord, a carefully
played bit of bass ; then a chord again.
Then slowly, but with dainty accuracy
and even feeling. Cherry began to play
a strange little study of Schumann.
Peter knew it was Cherry, because
Alix's touch was always firm and sure ;
more than that, be himself had played
this same bit no longer ago than last
night and he remembered now that
Cherry had asked him just what It
was.
He experienced a sudden and pleas pleasing
ing pleasing emotion ; he did not stop to analyze
It. But he had been ruffled in spirit
a moment before; Alix had known he
was to come on this train and had not
met him with the car; and while he
really did not mind the walk up, he
disliked the feeling that they had en entirely
tirely entirely forgotten him.
Presently there was silence ; then
Cherry tried another little study and
finished It, and the hot summer still stillness
ness stillness reigned again.
With a sense that he had been doz dozing.
ing. dozing. If only for a few minutes, Peter
opened his eyes. Framed In the cabin
doorway, poised like a butterfly against
the dark background of the room,
stood Cherry. He knew that she had
been standing so for some time, for a
full minute; perhaps more.
They looked at each other In a si silence
lence silence that grew more and more awk awkward
ward awkward by great plunges. Peter had

They Looked at Each Other In
Silence.
I time to wish that he had kept his eye
shut ; to wish that he had smiled when
he first saw her he could not have
forced himself to smile now to won wonder
der wonder how they were ever to speak speak-where
where speak-where they were rushing rushing
rushing before she turned noiselessly
and vanished into the dim room.
Peter lay there, and his heart
pounded." A moment ago he had been
- 'red man fretted because his wife

forgot to meet him; now there was
something new In the world. And rap rap-Idly
Idly rap-Idly all the world became only a back background,
ground, background, only a setting, for this extra extraordinary
ordinary extraordinary sensation. The hills beyond
still swam In the hot sunlight "the
mountain rose into the blue, but the
light that changes all life lay over
them for Peter.
He said to himself that it was awk awkward
ward awkward he did not know how he could
enter that door and talk to Cherry.
And yet he knew that that meeting
of Cherry, that the common exchange
of words and glances, that the dally
trifling encounters with Cherry were
all poignantly significant now..
He felt no Impulse toward hurry.
He might sit on his porch another
hour, might saunter off toward tho
creek. It mattered nothing; the hour
was steadily approaching when she
must reappear.
Alix drove In, full of animated apol apologies.
ogies. apologies. She managed the car far bet better
ter better than he, and no thought of an ac accident
cident accident bad troubled him.
The evening was warm, one of the
two or three warm evenings that
marked the height of summer even
in the high valley. There was not
a breath of air in the garden; roses
and wallflowers stood erect in a sort
of luminous enchantment. Moonlight
sank- through the low twisted branches
of the near-by-oaks and fell tangled
with black and lacy shade through
the porch rose vine.
Alix sat on the porch rail, every
line of crisp skirt and braided head
revealed as if by daylight, but Cher Cherry's
ry's Cherry's pale striped gown was only a
glimmer in the deepest shade of the
vine. Peter, smoking, sat where he
could not but see her; they had hard hardly
ly hardly looked at each other directly since
the long, strange look of this after afternoon;
noon; afternoon; they had exchanged hardly a
word.
"Town tomorrow, Pete?" Alix said,
after a silence during which she had
locked her arms behind her head,
stared straight above her at the path
the moon was making through faint
stars, and yawned. "I've got to go in
to a meeting of the hospital board.
Good night, beloveds. I'm dead. Don't
sit out here mooning with Pete all
night, Cerise I"
Peter said to himself that now Cher Cherry
ry Cherry would go, too, but as the screen
door banged lightly after Alix, and the
dull, glimmer of Cherry's striped gown
did not move In the soft shadow, a
sudden reluctance and distaste seized
him. He had been subconsciously
aware of her all afternoon; he had
known a delicious warmth and stir
at his heart that he had not analyzed,
if Indeed It could be analyzed. Now
suddenly he did not want the beauty
and gloom and charm of that feeling
touched. His heart began to beat
heavily again, and he knew that he
must stop the unavailing game now.
But he had not reckoned on Cherry.
She twisted In her chair, and be heard
a child's long, happy sigh.
"Oh, so am I tired, too!" she
breathed, reluctantly. "I hate to
leave it but I've been almost asleep
for half an hour! You can have all
the moonlight there is, Peter." Her
white figure fluttered toward the door.
"Good night!" she said,, drooping her
little head to choke a yawn. A mo moment
ment moment later he heard her laughing with
Alix.
'You fool you fool you fool!" Pe Peter
ter Peter said to himself, and be felt an
emotion like shame, a little real com compunction
punction compunction that he could so utterly mis misread
read misread her Innocence. He felt It not
only wrong In him, but somehow stain staining
ing staining and hurtful to her.

CHAPTER XII.
Again Peter reckoned without Cher Cherry.
ry. Cherry. It was only the next day, when
he was entering the Palace court for
his lunch, that he experienced a sud sudden
den sudden and violent emotion. His thoughts
were, at the moment, far from Cher Cherry,
ry, Cherry, and he fancied himself in a hurry.
But every other feeling but excite excitement
ment excitement was obliterated at the sight of
a slender, girlishly made woman, In
a pongee gown, and a limp brown hat
covered with poppies; waiting In the
lounge.
Peter went toward her, and the col color
or color rushed Into Cherry's face. It was
the first time they had accidentally
encountered each other, and it had
a social place of its own in the his history
tory history of their lives.
The surprise of it kept them laugh laughing,
ing, laughing, hands clasped, for a minute; then
Cherry said:
"I was to lunch here with Mary
Cameroc. But she's full twenty min minutes
utes minutes late! You hate her, don't you?"
she added, looking up from under the
poppies at Peter.
"I don't like her," he admitted, with
u boy's grimace.
"Then suppose we don't lunch here?"
Cherry suggested. Innocently. Peter
laughed joyously, and tucking her lit little
tle little gloved hand under his arm. led
her away. They went to Solari's, and
had a window table, and nodded, as
ihey discussed their lunch, at half a
dozen friends who chanced to be
lunching there, too.
She had said that she wanted to tell
him "all about It" and Peter, with
quick knowledge that she meant the
unhapplness of her marriage, nodded
a grave permission.
Tti.4n (nil., n !!" Pl,.
ry said, sadly. "I know I ought to
struggle on, but I can't I have no
individuality, Peter, I have no per personality!
sonality! personality! As for my dignity my priv privacy
acy privacy
Her face was scarlet, and for a mo mo-"nt
"nt mo-"nt she stoowd speaking. -(Continued
Tomorrow)
For fresh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Market. tf

Sr.

Geo. MacKay & Go.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
Continued Evidence of Propaganda, in country districts claiming that we are
no longer in the Undertaking Business, Necessitates our Emphatically stating
that we are not only in this business Permanently, but that we carry the Largest-Stock
and the Best Equipment in central Florida, with Two First-Class Licen Licensed
sed Licensed Embalmers, and our prices will be found the lowest.
Day Phone, 47 . Night Phone, 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
Ocala, Florida

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CONVINCING TESTIMONY
Given by Many Ocala People
Experiences told by Ocala people
Those "who have had weak kid-
leys
Who used Doan's Kidney Pills
Who found the remdey effectives effectives-Such
Such effectives-Such statements prove merit
You might doubt an utter stranger.
You must believe Ocala people.
Here's Ocala proof. Verify it.
Read. Investigate. Be convin
Ask -your dealer.
Jtou'll find why Ocala folks believe
in Doan's.
J. Chas. Smith, ieweler. FL Knnr1
St., Ocala. savs: "Althouo-h I h
had any need for Doan's Kidney Pills
iur a gooa many years, 1 recall the
rood thev did for top. T nnV tvmik'.
for backache and other symptoms of
iviuncy uuuuie ana iney Drought me
very quick relief and soon stopped the
. 1. 1 ...
ivuuie entirely
Price 60c. at all risers
simply ask for a kidnev TPTY1 pA t7,-0cvf
Doans Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Smith had. Foster-Milburn Co Co-Mfrs.,
Mfrs., Co-Mfrs., Buffalo. N. Y. Adv. 5
SASH
DOOR ji
Geo. MacKay I Co.
. Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT
fttrtrm
BIG MONEY! BUY!
IN OCALA city limits
eleven acres of good land,
small cheap house, 900 feet
on public highway, 500 feet
on Seaboard R. R., locate
garage and filling station,
store, grist mill or Factory.
Sell off few lots and pay
for entire track, in the
meantime do Poultry and
Truck Farming. ASK. ME
F. VV. DITTO
Ocala, Florida
Phone 76
Delivery Service
Ml Grocery
Absolutely Reliable
Price List.
Libby's No. 2 Pineapple 30c
Libby's No. 2 Sifted Peas 28c
1 Pound Can Pink Salmon 15c
1 Pound Can Peanut Butter 27c
Campbell's Soups 12c
Quaker Oats, two for 25c
Half pound Baker's Cocoa 28c
Quart Wesson Oil 57c
Ivory Soap, three for ; 25c
Eaby Size Milk 7c
Tall Size Milk 14c
Irish Potatoes, peck 60c
Bananas, dozen 35c
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
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.
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
CTEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla-
W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 eent.store,
Ocala, Fla. Adr.-tf
Read the want ads.

ADAMS & MORRISON GARAGE
Prompt Service
Repair Work, Accessories, Gasoline,
Oils and Greases
Corner Oklawaha Ave. and Osceola St.
i
' Telephone 584 Ocala, Florida

COOK'S MARKET & GROCERY
Everything To Eat

f. SIEATS AND GROCERIES,
i eiepnone

I WHITE STAR' Li WE
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

MOVE, PACK, snip
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE.
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC

THE WINDSOR MOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in 'each room. Dining room service i
second to none

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.
STOMACH TROUBLES
Indiana Lady Kad Something Like
Indigestion Until She Took
Black-Drangnt, Then
Got All Right
Seymour, Ind. "Some time ago 1
bad a sick spell, something like indi indigestion,"
gestion," indigestion," writes Mrs. Clara Peacock, of
Route 6, this place. "I would get very
tick at the stomach, and spit or vomit,
especially In the mornings.
"Then I began the use of Thedford'i
Blacfc-Hraught, after I had tried othe:
medicines. The Black-Draught r&
lieved me more than anything that I
took, and I got all right.
"I haven't found anything bettei
than Black-Draught when suffering
from trouble caused by constipation.
It is ea3y and sure. Can be taken In
rcall doses or large as the case calls
fo-."
When yon have sick stomach. Indi Indirection,
rection, Indirection, headache, constipation, oi
i.ther disagreeable symptoms, take
Black-Draught to help keep youi
system free from poison.
Thedford's Black-Draught Is mad
from purely vegetable ingredients,
acts In a gentle, natural way, and has
no bad after-effects. It may be safelj
taken by young or old.
- Get a package of Black-Draught to
Cay. Insl3t on the genuine, Thedford's
At your druggists. KC-li:
This is a Studebaker year. tf

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LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Plioite 298
J. E. KAVANAUGI1
Proprietor.
YOUR CREDIT'S GOOD
. AT GOLD3IAN'S STORE
Your credit's good at my store, in
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear as well as fur furniture.
niture. furniture. I have just received my nevr
fall line. B. Goldman's Furniture
Store, Cor. Ft. King and Magnolia, tf
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR
Visit my ladies' ready-to-wear de department.
partment. department. Ladies' coat suits, skirts,
shirt waist and dresses. Moderate
prices and easy terms. B. Goldman's
Furniture Store, corner Fort King
and Magnolia street 4-3t
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street 27-tl
KINDERGARTEN
For terms, apply to Miss Eloise
Henry, phone 340. l-t
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
in Commercial Bank building. OfSe
phone 211 two rings; residence
phone 151. 15-tf



OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1921

QGALA OCCIKES

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mrs.. S. A. Standley has returned 1
home from a visit of "several weeks
ir. Georgia.
Test our delivery service when you
vant FRESH meat." Just" call phone
108. Main Street Market, tf
Mias Marion Pooser and Miss Viv-
fharlpstnn. S. Clte
are guests of Mrs. Mary Pooser and
Mr. Abner Pooser.
Let us exchange youi bid furniture
for new. We can furnish you every
thing for your home. Theus Brothers.
Phong, 19- 23-lm
Mrs. George J. Blitch and son, Har
dv Croom, of Williston, are spending
several days in Jacksonville, guests J
at the Mason hotel. Times-Union.
Everything in the line of houte fur
nishings may be found here. New fur;
niture exchanged for old if desirei
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
M rs. T. M. Kilgore and son, who
have been visiting in La wrenceville,
Ga., for the past two months, return-1
ed home yesterday.
Complete assortment of the genu-1
me rarKer JLUCKy-uurve founiami
Pens at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store
Mr. A. Slott, now of Jacksonville,
but formerly of Ocala, spent last
week in the city, attending to busi-
nesu and renewing old acquaintances,
He returned to Jacksonville yesterday
afternoon.
When you want service,' always got

ic E. Cordrey to do it for you. Heltamment of the children and teach-

will do your moving and hauling of
a:
kinds.
Reasonable prices.
L. E. Cordrey.
Call I
phone 434.
tf
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brennan and fam-1
iiy have taken the lower apartment in j
Mr. John Dozier's residence. 'Mr. j

Erennan is the contractor for thejFutch, Frances Elizabeth Young, Va

Sumter county roads that are how be
ing constructed.
Talk about pre-war prices; $2 less j
than we have ever put them' on. The
Ocala Wason Works ris putting Ford
recovers on for $10.50; roadsters, $9.
Other cars in proportion. Prices

ject to change. 10-l-30tJW. Uavis, on WortnT-Main street.

Mr. and Mrs. M. Br Bray are re-

ceivine congratulations 'over a sonlPyed at -two.: tables for the whole

born at. the hospital last night. Mrs.
Bray before her marriage was Miss
Mertie Blalock and for several years
was connected with Frank's Store.
There's no extra charge for clean
ing your fish at the City Fish Market.
x nunc lOO. u.
Mrs. Alison Wartmann will be hos hostess
tess hostess at auction "bridge Thursday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at her home,
complimenting Miss Sue Moore, who
is to be married this month to Dr. H.
C. Nichols. The guests on this occas occasion
ion occasion will include a number of the
most intimate friends of the honoree.
Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at
the City Fish Market. tf
Mrs. Caroline Moorhead expects to
leave Sunday for the north. She will
first stop in Washington to attend" to
business and from there go to Penn Pennsylvania,
sylvania, Pennsylvania, where she will visit her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Fred McCutcheon, in War Warren.
ren. Warren. The first of November Mrs.
Moorhead will go to New YorL, where
she will conduct a class for six weeks
"in a cooking school. Her work with
the Florida Citrus Exchange will keep
her north all winter as she will" con conduct
duct conduct demonstrations in a number of
cities on making all kinds of sweets
from "Sealsweet" oranges, grapefruit,
etc.
Salt mullet, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf
Mr. James Johnson who has been
in Ocala for the past two weeks, left
this afternoon for Tampa When Mr.
Johnson came here it was only his
intention to stay for a short while in
traveling over the country but it is
whispered that he has met someone
who he regrets to leave so he has ac accepted
cepted accepted a position with the O.K. Tea Teapot
pot Teapot Grocery and will return in a few
days to. begin work.
Apalachicola oysters at the
Fish Market Thursday. 3-
City
LADIES READY-TO-WEAR
Visit my ladies' ready-to-wear de department.
partment. department. Ladies' coat suits, skirts,
shirt waist and dresses. Moderate
prices and easy terms. B. Goldman's
Furniture Store, corner Fort King
and Magnolia street V 4-3t

YOUR CREDITS GOOD
fc AT GOLDMAN'S STORE

Your credit's good at my store, in
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear as well as furniture-
I have just received my new
fall line. B. Goldman's Furniture
Store, Cor. Ft. King and Magnolia, tf
MEETING OF THE AUXILIARY
The Woman's Auxiliary of the Am
erican Legion will 'hold its regular j
moathly meeting tonight at the arm
ory. All members are urged to at-
tend as business of importance is to
attended to
Mrs. Claire Moremen, Sec'y.
NOTICE, KING'S DAUGHTERS
The King's Daughters will hold
their regular business meeting at the
home of Mrs. L. H. Van Engelken,
Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
All members are "urged to attend, as
this is the first meeting
since the
organization suspended for the sum
mer and there is an amount of busi
ness to attend to.
Mrs. G. C. Sheppard, Sec'y.
HOLIDAY NOTICE
AH Jewish stores' will be closed
Wednesday, Oct; 12th, for the observ-
lance of Yom Kippur, the most sacred
day in the Jewish calendar.
There will be services at the Jewish
synagogue Tuesday evening, October
xun, ax i:ju, aiso weanesaay morn
ling. The public is cordially invited
Monday morning Miss luloise Hen
ry opened her kindergarten m the
basement of the library building. The
lecture room has been fitted with low
tables and small chairs, a bin filled
Iwith white sand, cupboard for hold
ing pencils, paper, etc., in fact every
thing that is conducive to the enter
ling them rudiments of education. The
following children were enrolled on
(Monday morning and began their
happy school days: Audrey Carlisle,
Annie and Albert Carter, Mary Ehza-
beth" Simmons "Edith ; Ott, Eugene
Pek, Virginia Lee Acker, Simmons
leta Waterman and John" Moremen.
Call phone 1U8 when you want groc
eries in a harry. Main Street Market.
The Tuesday night auction lub was
entertained last ?hight' by Miss Mar.

sub-jgaret Jackson atthelhome of Mrs. J.

Miss; Jackson" had only the-rriembers
of the club present and auction was
evening.'" Mis XrmW' fienton 'Puller
J was the- most successful player and
(was presented with" the' first prize,
(while Mrs.' Leon Mason seemed to be
at outs with the goddess- of luck and
received the booby prize.' A salad
course was Served at the"1 end of the
card 'playing.
THE BOOK SHOP is showing some
new things in several lines: Screens,
Pottery, Japanese Linens.
Dr.' K. J. Weihe returned Tuesday
on the Clyde liner Lenape, from' New
York, where he has been taking a
post graduate course at the American
Institute of Optometry. Dr. Weihe
believes in keeping abreast with the
times in order to assure his patients
as thorough service as can be obtain obtained
ed obtained anywhere. While away Dr. Weihe
visited many points of interest and
had an enjoyable time.
Mr. John T. Moore and daughter,
Mrs. Fred C. Lyons, of Tampa, are
among the visitors in the city today.
They were residents of Ocala for
many years before going to the Gulf
City and a warm welcome always
awaits them here on their visits. Mrs.
Lyons last week obtained her certifi certificate
cate certificate from the woman's life saving
corps of the Red Cross society in
Tampa, as an expert swimmer and is
justly proud of the distinction. They
will return home tomorrow.
Miss Margaret Lloyd of Suffolk,
Va is expected to arrive in Ocala to today
day today and will be the guest while here
of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lloyd. Miss
Lloyd will be one of the attendants
at the Nichols-Moore wedding. She
has visited in Ocala before and dur during
ing during her stay here has made many
friends who will be delighted to wel
come her again.
Secretary Chazal of the Board of
Trade says that the new illustrated
booklets of Ocala and Marion county
are off the press and that the printers
expect to make a shipment this week.
The Board of Trade is having many
calls for booklets. The secretary ex expects
pects expects the new booklets to be even
more in demand.
The new word "kwitcherbelliakin"f
was coined by a Missouri editor, and
is appropriately Used by optimists all
over the country at Uis time.

SHORELAND FANNAN
ADDRESSED ROTES

; latter organization in behalf of the
He Urged the Need of More Publicity public schools. A committee consist consist-for
for consist-for Ocsrfa and 3iarion County Ur.gr of Rotarians Jake Gerig and
Mr. Shoreland F. Fannan of New Ardis Waterman was appointed to
York, one of the lecturers of the sitpear before the city council with
Community Chautauqua, which closed the members of the girls basket ball
here Monday night, yesterday made team to ask the council to place lights
a short address before the Ocala Ro- j in the basement of the high school
tary Club s.t its weekly luncheon. Mr. 1 building and on the basket ball court,
Fannan, whose talks before the in order that evening practice might

Chautauqua audiences made a mark- j
ed impression, spoke to the Rotarians
on community development. He laid
special stress on the need and value
of publicity, saying that the, need of
Ocala and Marion county is publicity,
that the stttractions and advantages
of this section of Florida have not
been made known to the outside
world. H; spoke of having made five
trips thru Ocala without having heard
anything or read anything of the at attractions
tractions attractions of the city. He urged more
publicity and in particular urged the
individual citizens to give, the city and
county all possible publicity by word
of mouth.
Mr. Fannan spoke of a question
naire sent out all over the country in
an effort to find out what people think
necessary to make a community worth
living in. .He said that the replies
showed five things demanded: Modern
improvements, co-operation of citi
zens, churches, good schools,' and en entertainment.
tertainment. entertainment. Especially, he said,
must entertainment be provided for
the youn;? people. Mr. Fannan gave
it as his opinion that the country, is
soon to witness a movement of pop population
ulation population away from the big cities,
where congested conditions have en encroached
croached encroached on home life, and a de development
velopment development of the smaller towns.
The Rotary Club at its luncheon
yesterday threw itself unanimously
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
KRYSO Sore head remedy for chick chickens
ens chickens and other poultry, fifty cents by
mail or dealer will get it for you.
Address KRYSO. Box 1163, Tampa,
Fla. 9-8-lm
FOR SALE Home of seven rooms,
pantry and bath room in fine loca location.
tion. location. All modern conveniences. Ga Garage
rage Garage for two cars. Terms if desired.
For further information call at
Needtam Bros', store opposite Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel. 30-tf
FOR SALE Two four-room houses,
just painted. Just outside city lim limits;
its; limits; $1000 each. Liberal terms. Big
..'lots. E. C. Jordan, office over
Jake's. 23-12t
BAXTER TRANSFER CO. When in
need of any kind of hauling, give
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable. Phone 169 and
117. 28-tf
PEAL Dairy cows, heavy springers
and with calves at foot. Jerseys,
Guernseys and Holsteins, one or
car load. T. B. tested. Dehorned.
Anthony Farms. Anthony, Fla. tf
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Apply to
Miss Bessie Whetstcne, 715 South
Fifth street, Ocala. l-6t
WANTED 500 men to let me take
their order for their new fall and
winttr suits. Prices right, terms
light. Why pay cash? Why pay
more? B. Goldman's, corner Fort
King and Magnolia St., Ocala. 5-tf
WANTED Efficient bookkeeper and
stenographer wants position. Ad Address
dress Address X. Y. Z., in care of the Ocala
Star. 4-6t
WANTED 500 men to let me take
their order for their new fall and
winter suits. Prices right, terms
light. Why pay cash? Why pay
more? B. Goldman's, corner Fort
King and Magnolia St., Ocala. 5-tf
WANTED To rent close in, either
furnished or unfurnished bedroom
for roan and wife. Address, Room,
Box 213, city. 5-3t
xotice
Of Special Manter'a Sale
Notice is hereby driven that unaer
and by Tirtue of a- final decree of fore foreclosure,
closure, foreclosure, entered ;by the circuit court of
the fifth judicial circuit of Florida, in
and for cMarion county, in chancery,
dated September 15th, 1921, in a cer certain
tain certain cfiuse endin? in said court, in
'which Wm. 65. S. .llsopp is complain complainant
ant complainant and Nannie J. Dumas Is defendant.
I, the. undersigned special master in
chancery, will ofTer for sale and sell at
.public outcry to the highest and test
bidder for cash at the south door of
the Marion county court house, in
Ocala, Florida, during- the legal hours
of sal. on
Mndar. Xoveoiber 7th,
the following- described land situated
In 'Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
That lot or lot. tract or tracts of
land, lying- and toeinsr in the county of
Marion, state of Florida, known and
de.cribed as follows, to-wit:
Bein;? a .portion of the nw'i of the
se"s oir Sec. 24 township 17 soutn,
range 24 east, and described as fol follows:
lows: follows: Beg-innfn-g- at a stake. 74 chains
east from the northwest corner of this
tract, thence east 8 2-5 chains, thence
south 5s chains, thence west 15 9-10
"chains, thence north 52 degrees, east
to stake at beginning-, and containing
7 2-5 acres, more or less,
I F R HOCKRTL
Special Master in Chancery.
HO5? iSlcWs. io-5-Wed

in support of the Parent-Teachers
Association and of the efforts of the

be possible.
Business goes where it is invited
advertise; and it remains where it is
well treated give good, prompt and
efficient service.

Taste is a matter of
tobacco quality

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YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WITH ME! L

My samples have just arrived for j If
new fall and winter suits and over
coats. Let me take your
measure, i
Pay while you wear on our generous 1
charge account plan. B. GOLDMAN, j IJ
5-tf Cor. Fort King and Magnolia St. H
I can now give you the f p
very latest, up-to-date
methods, assuring
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2,iSe. the most careful
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OR. K. J. WEIHE.
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
This is a Studebaker year.
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We state it as our honest belief
that the tobaccos used in Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield are of finer quality (and
hence of better taste) than in any
other cigarette at the price.
- Liegett & Myers Tobacco Co.

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CIGARETTES
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended

SHOP WITH

AT THE U-SERVE -STORES

Clovebloom Butter, per lb. 45c
Kingan's box bacon per lb. 48c
Cheese per pound 27c
Macaroni & Spaghitti. a pk. 7y2c
15 lbs. Irish Potatoes for ..55c
Maxwell House Coffee a lb. 38
White House Coffee a lb 38
Libby's y'll'w cling peaches 38c

SHOP WITH A BASKET

EME T(Q)ME

East, One West of the City

Barney Spencer
Phone 431
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ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
MOTOR EQU1PMEN1-
Office Phcne 350. Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
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Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twentv-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
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C. V. Roberts
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