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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY OCTOBER S, 1921
NO. 237
VOL 27

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1IT OCALA TO RALLY TO SUPPORT
OF THE OKLAWAHA VALLEY RAILROAD

PALATKA PEOPLE PRQ3IISE RE REDUCED
DUCED REDUCED RATES AND BETTER
SERVICE IF THE ROAD IS AL ALLOWED
LOWED ALLOWED TO OPERATE AND
CARRY OUT PLANS 5IADE.
About ten gentlemen representing
the Palatka chamber of commerce met
with thirty or forty Ocala business
men in the courthouse last night to
discuss the probability of the Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha Valley railroad being junked
to pay its taxes.
Mr. R., H. Todd, president of the
Marion County Board of Trade, pre presided
sided presided over the meeting and first wel welcomed
comed welcomed the visiting gentlemen and as assured
sured assured them that the majority of the
people of Ocala wanted the Oklawaha
Valley to continue running, if it could
do so without any outlay of money to
Ocala citizens, and said that he wish wished
ed wished to correct the impression that the
Palatka people seemed to have that
Ocala was striving to have the road
discontinued. Mr. Todd said that he
realized the hardships discontinuance
of the road would work on those peo people
ple people living along the route of the Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha Valley and that he thought
Ocala merchants would jump at the
chance to use the Oklawaha Valley
for their freight should ther oad give
them an attractive rate and good serv serv-ive.
ive. serv-ive. Mr. Todd asked the Palatka vis visitors
itors visitors what plans they had in mind
when they asked for the meeting.
Mr. Hart of Palatka made the first
talk and said that they had no plans
but that they wanted the Ocala people
to get with them and show the court
that they wanted the O. V., so that
Judge Bullock would grant receiver's
certificates for the payment of taxes.
Mr. Ernest, a merchant of Palatka,
made a short talk, asking the co
operation of Ocala and then Mr.
DeMontmullen gave some details and
statistics as to how the Oklawaha
Valley was right now lining up to
place itself in position to give Ocala
a material reduction in freight r&tes.
He said that the O. V. promises to
give Ocala a rate based on a 50-mile
haulage from Palatka as against the
present 80-mile basis. This reduction
in connection with water rates to Pa Palatka
latka Palatka from the north, the. speaker
said, would give Ocala a 33 per cent
reduction from northern ports. He
further said that if we took advant advantage
age advantage of the schooner rate that Palatka
was now securing we would be able to
further reduce our rates so that we
would get freight from New York 60
to 75 per cent cheaper than we now
do.
Mr. John Dozier then took the floor
and stated that if Ocala agreed to
turn her freight through the Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha Valley (as he felt sure we would
in consideration for the freight reduc reduction)
tion) reduction) the 0. V. has not the capacity
to haul the stuff for us.
There was considerable back talk
then as to the railroad ability and
standing of Mr. Dozier and Mr. De
Montmullen, but it was finally agreed
that if the O. V. got the stuff to haul
it would be able to secure the means
to take care of the business. Mr,
Dozier wants to interest the Southern
railroad in the O. V.
Much was said about what the O
V. is in line to do and the plans that
were on foot when the sheriff stop
ped operations. It appears that the
Oklawaha Valley was about to sign a
contract for terminal accommodations
of its own in Palatka, which would
give it docks and free the road from
the Atlantic Coast Line and it would
not be ttied up and unable to secure
freight from the trunk lines
The tenor of the meeting seemed to
point to sending committees to Judge
Bullock to show him that the Okla
waha Valley would pay if he allowed
it to continue. Messrs. T. S. Tran Tran-tham
tham Tran-tham and E. H. Martin, two attorneys
present, told the meeting that this
was not the proper method of proce procedure
dure procedure as the court was deciding on the
evidence produced on the witness
stand whether the road would pay or
not. The lawyers said the only way
to introduce their plan to the court
was to present it in the regular way
as evidence, but in order to shorten
matters they might have a pledge
signed by shippers in Ocala promising
to ship by the O. V. if the O. V. would
give them this rate reduction. This
motion was passed and a committee
is to be appointed by the chair to draft
a pledge and secure signatures to it.
This pledge will then be introduced as
evidence before Judge Bullock in the J

Lonnie Gainey Held
For Killing Comrade

Schoolboy's Quarrel at Burnett's
School House Resulted in Death
of Keonard Dagger
Associated Press
Macclenny, Oct. 8. Lonnie Gainey,
age thirteen, is in jail without bail to
await action by the grand jury as the
result of the killing at Burnett's school
house, this county, yesterday of Keon Keonard
ard Keonard Dugger, age twelve, son of a
prominent Baker county farmer.
One boy, it is said, had tobacco in
his pocket during school hours and
the other was said to have informed
the school teacher. The boys quarrel
ed after school had dismissed and
witnesses said that during the fight
which fololowed Gainey drew a knife
and cut Dugger's throat. The boy
died within a few minutes. The cor coroner's
oner's coroner's jury held that Dugger's death
resulted from knife wounds inflicted
by Gainey.
WOMAN GOLFERS BATTLE
FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP
Final Round Will be Played Today by
Miss Alexa Stirling of Atlanta
and Miss Marion Hollins
(Associated Press)
Deal, N. J., Oct. 8. The woman's
national championship tournament
was in its final round today with Miss
Alexa Stirling of Atlanta, defending
the title she won in 1916 and has
held since them. The other survivor
of the 164 starters was Miss Marion
Hollins, of New York. The pair have
met before in a national event, Miss
Stirling winning by three holes.
Miss Hollins was leading Miss Stir
ling by four up when half of their
36-hole match for the woman s golf
championship of the United
had been played today.
TRAMP SHOT COAST
LINE SPECIAL AGENT
(Associated Press)
DeLand, Oct. 8. Thomas Martin,
special agent of the Atlantic Coast
Line railroad, was shot through the
shoulder and an unidentified white
tramp was shot through the abdomen
by Martin last night ten miles north
of Seville. The tramp is said to have
been stealing a ride on the train.
Martin was sent to the hospital in
Sanford, and the tramp, probably fa
tally wounded, was sentNto,Palatka.
TIN PLATE KING'S SON
WEDS GREEK PRINCESS
(Associated Press)
Paris, Oct. 8. William B. Leeds,
Jr., son of Princess Anastasia ol
Greece and the late William B. Leeds,
the tin pfcite king of Richmond, InL,
was married by civil ceremony here
this afternoon to Princess Xnia, a
niece of King Constantine, of Greece.
COLDER WEATHER COMING
7 (Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 8. Frosts prob
ably tonight in Tennessee, east gulf,
middle Atlantic and South Atlantic
states, except Florida,' and along the
South Atlantic coast, is the forecast
of the weather bureau today.
EXCITING RUNAWAY
South Magnolia street from the
courthouse to the ball park was turn
ed into a race track this morning
when a pair of Shetland ponies driven
by James Pooser became frightened
by the breaking of at strap that holds
up the wagon tongue ana ran maoiy
down the street, entirely out of con
trol of the boy. Fortunately the street
was clear and the ponies ran them themselves
selves themselves down and stopped without do doing
ing doing any damage to, the wagon or boy.
case asking for receiver's certificates
After a few conciliatory words by
, i v ff lit.
a1 i 1UUU W vw.v. -- o
1s aJinnnimnt WIS moved and car-
ki )UJVU
ried.
Read the want ds.

Francis Kluxen

Being Held For
Killing little Girl
Officers Though Actions of the Boy
Were Suspicious and Placed Him
Under Arrest
(Associated Pres3)
Madison, N. J., Oct. 8. Francis
Kluxen, a fourteen-year-old boy, is
being held by the police today on the
charge of killing Janet Lawrence, a
12-year-old girl, whose body with 25
knife wounds was found yesterday in
the woods near here. The boy denied
all knowledge of the crime. Suspic Suspicion
ion Suspicion was first fastened on him when
he was aiding in the search for little
Janet, who had been missing all night.
Ke was observed trembling violently,
the police say, and in response to a
question mumbled "Awful, awful.''
THE FLORIDA PULP MILL
Work on the plant of the Florida
pulp mill at Leesburg is being pushed
rapidly at present. Among other
things being done on the project is the
construction of a large power house
to furnish electrical power for the
mill's activities. The power house
has a 400-kilowatt capacity, which is
a little over twice as large as
the
Leesburg city power plant. Among
other machinery already on the
ground are fifteen large motors of
high power to bo used in the plant.
The pulp mill is going to use the
vast amount of sawgrass found over
Lake county and convert it into paper
pulp. This is taking a material that
until now has been useless and con converting
verting converting it. into a commodity that is
growing scarcer every year. It will
mean a great industry to this section
of Florida. The plant is being con constructed
structed constructed of the best materials and the
machinery used in it the most up-to-dpte
known in the paper industry.
Ocala is proud to know that one of
our home industries, the Ocala Iron
Works, has furnished some large and
important castings for the machinery
of this mill.
REV. C. H. TROUT ACCEPTS
CALL TO OCALA CHURCH
Rev. C. H. Trout, who recently re resigned
signed resigned from the pastorate of the First
Christian chuch of Lakeland, has ac accepted
cepted accepted a call to the First Christian
church of Ocala, and is already in
rhsrro of the work there. He and
Mrs. Trout will move to that city in
about two weeks.
Rev. Trout has done excellent work
in the church here, and it was with
great regret that the congregation ac accepted
cepted accepted his resignation.
The church at Ocala is said to have
good prospects and to have an earnest
membership including some of the
most substantial ctiizens.
Mr. and Mrs. Trout have made a
wide circle of friends in Lakeland and
will be keenly missed. Lakeland Tel Telegram.
egram. Telegram. Rev. Trout is expected home from
Lakeland today. Rev. Trout contem contemplates
plates contemplates purchasing a home in Ocala
and it is with much pleasure that this
community welcomes him and his
family.
A FALSE ALARM
A fire alarm was turned in late
yesterday afternoon. Sqme negroes
were burning trash near their house
ir the eastern part of town and some
little girls thought the house was
fire and sent in an alarm. Although T
a false alarm it gave the fire chief a
chance to use the new siren and it is
the opinion of all that he exaggerat exaggerated
ed exaggerated very little when he said it would
raise the dead.
CARD OF APPRECIATION
We wish to return thanks to the
many friends and neighbors for their
kindly attentions to us during the ill illness
ness illness and death of our dear departed
wife, mother, grandmother and great
grandmother, Ida Christine Fogel
strom. These loving attentions will
live long in our memory.
John Fogelstrom.
C. E. Fogelstrom and wife.
W. F. Hooper and Family.
A. O. Colson and Family.
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR
Visit my ladies' ready-to-wear de
I nartment. Ladies' coat suits, skirts,
i shirt waist and
dresses. Moderate
prices and easy terms. B. Goldman's
Furniture Store, corner Fort King
i and Magnolia street. tf

Fourth Game

Of World Series
Stopped By Rain
Giants Would Hare Used Douglas, Jhe
Spitballer, and Yankees were Go Going
ing Going to Send in Harper
(Associated Press)
New York, Oct. 8. The fourth
game of the world series was post postponed
poned postponed on account of rain.
RAIN PROBABLY' NO GAME
It began to rain lightly at 12:30
and it was falling heavily at 1 o'clock,
making prospects for today's game
dubious. Crowds in the uncovered
stands used newspapers to shelter
themselves. Ruth came to the game
and sat in the grandstand, his arm in
a sling.
OVERCAST SKIES
New York, Oct. 8. The weather at
7 o'clock this morning was cloudy
with official forecasts of rain. The
weather man held out hope, however,
that the rain, if it came, might be
over in time for the- fourth world's
series game.
The Giants determined today to j
bombard the Yankee twirling selec selection
tion selection and get an even footing. They
hammered four Yankee pitchers yes yesterday
terday yesterday for a world series record of
twenty hits and won the third game
by 13 to 5. McGray intimated he
would send Phil Douglas, the spitbal spitballer,
ler, spitballer, to the mound. Phil hurled a great
game in the opening contest against
Mays but the underhand flinger was
the craftier.- Harry Harper, who
makes up Huggins' portside mound
staff, will most likely oppose Douglas
and if Harper is in form the fourth
game may develop into another pitch pitcher's
er's pitcher's battle.
Huggins probably will not call on
Shawkey, Quinn or Collins again in
the series as the Giants got to them
yesterday. If Harper comes through
today he believes the series will be on
ice for the Americans, with Mays and
Hoyt in reserve for the needed two
games. If Harper fails, Huggins will
have to rely on Mays and Hoyt to do
the" iron man stunt.
Babe Ruth may be out of the game
today on account 'of an abcess on hjs
arm.
WEATHER FOR THE WEEK
(Associated Pres3) s '.
Washington, Oct. 8. Cool and gen generally
erally generally fair weather, except local show showers
ers showers Thursday or Friday, is the fore
cast for Florida the week beginning
Sunday. There was no indication at
this time of a disturbance in the West
Indies.
D. T. BEBOUT
Word has iust been received in
Ocala of the death of Mr. D. T. Be Be-bout,
bout, Be-bout, at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. F. M. Chaffee, of DeLand, early
Friday morning. Mr. Bebout was a
former resident of Ocala, having
moved to DeLand about a year ago.
He was originally from Ohio, having
moved first to Burbank and then to
Ocala. His daughter, Mrs. Chaffee,
was also a resident of Ocala. Mrs.
Chaffee leaves DeLand Sunday with
the body for Obelin, Ohio, where in interment
terment interment will be made.
MIAMI SCHOOLS HAVE CLOSED
Miami, Oct. 8. The public schools
throughout the county were ordered
closed Friday under a resolution pass-
hy the county board at a special
I meeting cane(i to discuss the gover
nor's refusal to call an extra session
of the legislature. There are no funds
to pay for operating the schools.
For fresh meat call phone 108. Main
Street Market.
YOUR CREDIT'S GOOD
AT GOLDMAN'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 new
fall line. B. Goldman's Furniture
Store, Cor. Ft. King and Magnolia, tf
Mrs. McAvoy and daughter, Miss
Nadine McAvoy, after a very pleasant
visit of three weeks with Mrs. J. W.
Dumas, have returned home. Mrs.
Dumas and guests and Mrs. Philip
Murphy went as far as Jacksonville,
by way of Daytona and St. Augustine,
irs their car. from which place they
sailed for New York.
Wo have the following in today:
Graces, apples, avocado pears, bana
nas, celery, cocoanuts, pineapples and
souash. Phone 596, Fort King Con
fectionery. 8-2t

Going Alter Cargoes
01 Egyptian Cotton
Shipping Board Announces a Rate
Ten Shilings Below that Offered
by the Britishers
(Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 8. Announcing
that the American merchant marine
is prepared to fight for cargoes of
Egyptian cotton on a fair competitive
basis, the shipping board today put
into effect rates between the United
States and Alexandria ten shillings
below those offered by the British
shipping conference, which hitherto
controlled the business.
BASEBALL STAR LOSES
HIS SECOND APPENDIX
(Associated Press)
St. Petersburg, Oct. 6. A. O. Bur Burleson,
leson, Burleson, of this city, civil engineer, and
reputed to be the holder of the organ organized
ized organized baseball record for strike-outs in
a nine inning game, is convalescing
after the removal of his "second" ap appendix.
pendix. appendix. Burleson underwent an ope operation
ration operation last year for appendicitis and
said he was certain the appendix had
been extracted. Last week he entered
a local hospital and after the opera operation
tion operation was informed his appendix has
been taken out. He would not believe
it until he viewed it.
Burleson was a pitcher for the
Eartow club of the old South Florida
League some years ago and later in
1910 played with Mobile, of the South
ern Association. It was while with
the Mobile club that he established a
strike-out record, fanniner nineteen
Nashville batsmen in nine innings.
BUY ON CREDIT
.Ladies' dresses, coats,- coat suits,
skjrts and shirt waits. Easy payments,
exceptional values. B. GOLDMAN,
o-tf .Cor. Fort King and Magnolia St.
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Sloan and small
sen and Mrs. E. M. Williams, of
Brooksville, were visitors in Ocala
Thursday. While here they visited
Silver Springs, and it was there that
a most unfortunate incident happened
that marred the otherwise delightful
trip. After viewing the springs the
small son, like all children, wanted to
see the elk. The child and his father
were standing by the enclosure look
ing at the animal, which was walking
near in his leisurely way, when sud
denly lowering his head he bounded
forward, striking the child just over
the eye with the point of his antlers.
ar:d the little boy was knocked down
and quite a gash cut over his eye. The
incident frightened the Members o:
the party, bat fortunately the wound
was only skin dep. The elk, although
apparently tamed, rather objects to
persons coming too near his pen. It
would be a good, idea to put up a sign
for persons to be careful and not to
go too near the pen, as wild animals
in captivity can never be deepnded on
and some day a serious accident may
occur.
The city political pot has begun to
simmer. Petitions were in circulation
today asking Dr. E. G. Peek to run for
mayor, and one for Mr. E. H. Martin
for alderman at large.
A meeting of the officers and com-1
mittees of the Marlon County Fair
Association is in progress this aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Arrangements will be com
pleted for the big fair in November
at today's session.
A meeting of the temporary direc
tors of the Marion County Creamery
Company was held this afternoon at
the courthouse. Machinery was se selected
lected selected and a number of other details
for the early opening of this enter enterprise
prise enterprise were discussed.
We have the following in today:
Grapes, apples, avocado pears, bana
nas, celery, cocoanuts, pineapples and
squash. Phone 5&6, Fort King Con
fectionery. 8-2t
Mr. T. T. Munroe, Mr. Robert Mun
roe and Miss Abbie Munroe returned
come yesierua uum i otwc,
where they have been spending the
summer.

SI

VERDICT CARRIES RECOMMEN RECOMMENDATION
DATION RECOMMENDATION FOR MERCY, AND THE
COURT ANNOUNCED ITS SEN SENTENCE
TENCE SENTENCE WOULD BE PASSED
LATER.
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Oct. 8. John Pope
was found guilty of murder in the
first degree with a recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation to mercy. The court an announced
nounced announced it would pass sentence
later. Pope received the verdict
with perfect calm. The jury took
the case at 12:05 and returned its
verdict shortly after court con convened
vened convened at 2 o'clock after a recess
for lunch.
JURY OUT BUT A SHORT TIME
Jacksonville, Oct. 8. The pope case
went to the jury at 12:05 o'clock to today.
day. today. Counsel for the defense con-
luded the argument shortly after 11
o'clock. Judge Gibbs declared a 15-
minute recess and than began his
charge to the jury, consuming thirty
minutes. The charge of the judge
was merely an explanation of the law
in the case.
After the case was given to the
jury court recessed until 2 o'clock.
Appealing to the jury for a verdict
convicting John Pope of the murder
of George Hickman, on the theory that
he was the master mind in an alleged
plot to commit a series of robberies,
and that he was constructively pres present
ent present when Frank Rawlings fired the
shot which ended the life of the pop popular
ular popular theatrical manager, the state con concluded
cluded concluded its case against the defendant
riday afternoon.
The prosecution, through Assistant
State Attorney Hallowes, asserted
that Pope convicted himself by his
own testimony. He declared that the
public expected and desired a verdict
of guilty. He declared that there
could be no question as to the guilt of
Pope under the law, and that the jury
could not fairly, bring in any other
verdict than guilty.
In his closing argument for the de
fense Edgar Waybright held to the
theme that without the testimony of
Rawlings and "the Novinskys" the
state could not make out a
case
that
con-
against Pope and he charged
throughout the testimony was
flicting.
KINDERGARTEN
For terms, apply to Miss Eloise
Henry, phone 340. l-6t
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
m Commercial Bank building. Offl-e
phone 211 two rings; residence
phone 151. 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. Adv.-tf
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main ttreet 27-ti
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. tf
I can now give you the
latest, up-to-date
- tS -mfitfcrvle flWlinn? YOU
i.
the most careful
and
thoro service.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician'
Eyesight Specialist
SEE ME FOR
Everything in the BdMing line
My Horfc is Guaranteed
W. A. TINSIilAN
If you want to know, and know
that you do know, read the ads.



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PREMIER OF JAPAN

BELIEVES IN PEDAGOGUES

twenty thousands, but her leniency to

refugees is finding its limit.

Prince Golitzyn, who formerly held

immense estates near Kiev, and may

recover them, among hundreds of
others, is ourageously attempting to
earn a living by utilizing his knowl

edge of precious stones, of which he
once had a large collection.

Such men often lose their clothing

and baggage to rapacious landlords
who serve them in default of the pay payment
ment payment of room rent but the Russian
aristocrats never lose their politeness
and courtesy in adversity. It is not

a skin deep veneer. They still kiss
reverently the hands of women, after
the manner of their country. Often
cheerful and courageous in the -face
of poverty, they share their last mon money
ey money with friends.

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AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

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Premier Hara recently told a dele dele-.
. dele-. gation from the house of peers, says
the Tokio correspondent of the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press, according to Japanese
newspapers, in response to questions

. referring to the labor unrest and the
general agitation against the high

cost of living, that the question of
remedy was the most urgent matter
at present confronting the Japanese

Empire. Personally, he believed the

. most effective remedy to be education.
The government was making efforts
for the encouragement of education,

although there is much to be done for
the .development of public spirit and

social morality.
"At present although Japan is suf
fering from the high cost of living,'

, the premier said, "various measures

are being taken for the regulation of

the price of rice or other commodi commodities.
ties. commodities. As to the regulation of specula

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by the authorities, who are carrying

on investigations with a view to draw-

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watcn is Demg Kept on me progress
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other parts of Japan by the govern

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activity during the troubles shall be
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few industries or factories to provide
work. .Recently the French govern government
ment government cut off its food rations to sever several
al several thousand men, though still feeding
a certain number of children, women
and old men. They get passports
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I note a number of articles in the
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ticles articles are in error in that they are
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CHAPTER IL While th family U
peculating as to Lloyd's Intentions. Cher Cherry
ry Cherry brinifs him to supper, practically tu tu-nounclnjr
nounclnjr tu-nounclnjr her engagement to him.
CHAPTER III. Doctor Strickland feels
Cherry Is too young to marry and urges
her to wait at least a year, but the girl
coaxes him into agreeing to an immediate
wedding and the ceremony takes place,
the couple leaving at once for 1 Nldo,
where Martin is employed.
CHAPTER rv. The honeymoon days
-over, Cherry begins to feel a vague dis dissatisfaction
satisfaction dissatisfaction with Martin and the monot monotony
ony monotony of her daily Ufa.
SYNOPSIS.
CHAPTER L With hie two daughters,
Alix and Cherry, the latter just eighteen
years olid, and his niece. Anne, Doctor
Stricklamd. retired, is living at Mill Val Valley,
ley, Valley, a sliort distance from San Francisco.
His closiest friend Is Peter Joyce, some some-thin?
thin? some-thin? oJ a recluse, Visiilng in the vi vicinity,
cinity, vicinity, Martin Lloyd, mining engineer,
falls in love with and secretly becomes
engaged to Cherry.
CHAPTER V.-At Mill Valley. Justin
Little, lawyer, becomes en f aged to Anne,
the wedding being set tor September,
some months distant. Al's visits Cherry
at El Kido and the two irls 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 peaceful, happy life
there with her rather sordid existence at
El Kido and realizes that her marriage
has been something of a failure. Doctor
Strickland, feeling that Cherry is not be being
ing being fair to Martin, in that she Is unduly
prolonging her visit after Anne's wed wedding,
ding, wedding, ur&es her to return to her husband.
She makes preparations for her departure.
CHAPTER VII. Peter Joyce tells Cher Cherry
ry Cherry he hits had one "grand passion" in his
life, but the woman was not for him. He
does not reveal her name. Cherry rejoins
her husband.
CHAPTER VIII. The y&ungr 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 doe doe-tor's
tor's doe-tor'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
the amount practically consumes all the
money the doctor left. Justin Little
makes It manifest that he will insist on
his wife's claims. It means that the two
girls are left with practically nothing.
CHAPTER X. Peter Joyce, who has
been on a trip practically around the
world, returns, not having learned of the
doctor's death. He hears of Anne's posi position
tion position with regard to the money with deep
disgust Alix has the home and is mak making
ing making a fair living singing. Joyce urges her
to marry him. She consents and they
have, a simple wedding and go to Joyce's
home to live, Ideally happy.
leave El Nldo and go to Red Creek, a
change somewhat for the better, but
Cherry retains the old feeling of dissatis dissatisfaction.
faction. dissatisfaction. She visits Peter and Alix, and
while there comes to a realization that
she loves Peter. Though she has never
known it. Cherry is the woman whom
Peter had in mind when he told her of
his "grand passion." He has never
ceased to love her, and the situation now
becomes tragic
CHAPTER XII. Peter confesses hia
love to Cherry, and she admits a like feel feeling
ing feeling for him. A situation bordering on
hidden guilt is created. In the doctor's
Bible Alix finds a receipt for the money
he had borrowed. Anne's claim falls to
the ground and Alix and Cherry are
financially independent. Heartbroken over
their tragic position, Peter vainly seeks
a solution which shall make for the mu mutual
tual mutual happiness of Cherry and himself, but
there seems no way.
"You knew what I hope,"' Alix' told
her, "is that Cherry and Martin will
always keep the old place open now.
I don't believe Cherry'll ever love an another
other another place as she does the valley valley-will
will valley-will iron. Sis?" Alix ended, eagerly.
Cherry met the arm her sister linked
around her, half-way, and gave her
a troubled smile.
. And yet a few moments later, when
some quest took Peter suddenly from
the group, she watched the shabby
corduroy suit, the laced high boots,
and the black head touched vwith gray,
disappear in the direction of the
kitchen with a tearing pain at her
heart. Her father had asked her to
wait, wait until she was nineteen!
Nineteen had seemed old then. She
had felt at nineteen she would have
merely delayed the great joy of life
for nothing; at nineteen she 'would
be only so much older, so much more
desperately bent upon this marriage.
And Peter was there then, was com com-tns
tns com-tns and going, advising and teasing her
so near, so accessible, loving her
even then, had she but known it!
That engagement might as easily
and bow much more wisely have
been with Peter; the presents, the
gowns, the wedding would have been
the same, to her childish egotism ; the
rest bow different The rest would
have been light instead of darkness,
joy instead of pain, dignity and de development
velopment development and increasing content in instead
stead instead of all the months of restless
criticism and doubt and disillusion disillusionment.
ment. disillusionment. The very scene here, with Mrs.
North and Alix, might easily have
been, with Cherry as the wife of Peter,
Cherry as her sister's hostess. In the
mountain cabin
At the thought her heart suffocated
her. She stood dazedly looking out of
the old kitchen window, and her
senses swam Id a sudden spasm of
pain.
CHAPTER XIV.
"Toa and 1 must go away I" said
Peter. "I can't stand It. I love you.
1 love you so dearly. Cherry. I can't
think of anything else any more. Iff
like a fever It's like a sickness. I'm

never nappy, any more-, unless my
arms are about you. Will yon let me
take yon somewhere, where we can be
happy together?"
Cherry turned her confident, child childish
ish childish face toward him; her lashes glit glittered,
tered, glittered, but she smiled.
"I love you, Peter I" she said. And
the words, sounding softly through the
silence of the garden, died away on
the warm night air like music
In the two weeks since the day at
the old house they had not chanced to
be often alone, and tonight, for, the
first time. Cherry admitted that she
could fight no longer. They talked as
lovers, his arm about the soft little
clinging figure, her small, firm fingers
tight In his own. He had squared
about on the great log that was their
seat so that his ardent eyes were
closer to her; the world held nothing
but themselves. It was eight o'clock.
"So this Is the thing that was wait waiting
ing waiting for us all these years. Cherry, ever
since the time you and Alix used to
dam my brook and climb my oak
trees!"
"I never dreamed of It !" Cherry
said, with wonder in her tone.
MIf we had dreamed f It Peter
began, and stopped.
"Ah, if we had. It would all be dif

ferent," Cherry said, with a look of j
pain. "That's the one thing I can't
bear to think of! I cannot go back to
Martin. I can't leave you I can't leave
you!"
"Shall we go away?" Peter asked,
simply.
"Go where?" she asked.
"Go anywhere!" he answered. "We
have money enough; we can leave
( Alix rich she will still have her cabin
and her dogs and the life she loves.
But there are other tiny places, Cher Cherry;
ry; Cherry; there are little cabins In Hawaii,
there are Canadian villages Cherry,
there are thousands of places in the
south of France where we might live
for years and never be questioned, and
never be annoyed."
"France!" she whispered, and the
downcast face he was watching so
eagerly was thoughtful. "How could
we go," she breathed. "You first, and
then I? To meet somewhere?"
"We would have to go together,"
he decided swiftly. "Every one must
know, dear; you realize that?"
Wide-eyed she was staring at him
as If spell-bound by some new hope;
now she shrugged her shoulders In
careless disdain.
"That Is'nt of any consequence
"You don't feel it so 1" He sat down
beside her. and again they locked
hands.
"Not that part," she answered, sim simply.
ply. simply. "I mind Alix," she added,
thoughtfully.
"Yes, I mind Alixl" he admitted.
"But the injury is done to Alix now,"
Cherry said, slowly. "Now it Is too lata
to go back You and I couldn't we
couldn't deceive Alix here, Peter,"
Cherry added, and as she turned to
him he saw her thin white "blouse move
suddenly with the quick rising of her
heart. "That that would be too hor horrible!
rible! horrible! But J could take this love of
ours away, leave everything else be behind,
hind, behind, simply simply recognize," stam stammered
mered stammered Cherry, her lips beginning to
tremble, "that it Is bigger than our ourselves,
selves, ourselves, that we can't help It. Peter.
I'd fight It if I could," she added, pite pite-ously,
ously, pite-ously, "I'd go away if I didn't know
that no power on earth could keep me
from coming back !"
She buried her head on his shoulder,
and he put his arm about her, and
there was utter silence over the great
brooding mountain, and In the valley
brimming with soft moonshine, and In
the garden.
"I believe that even Alix will under
stand," Peter said after awhile. "She
loves you and me better than any one
else in the world; she is not only ev everything
erything everything that Is generous, but she Isn't
selfish, she Is the busiest and the most
sensible person I ever knew. I know
rf oaar&e. i know It's rotten," he broke
off In sudden despair, "but what rra
trying to say is that Alix, of all peo people
ple people I know, is the one that will make
the least fuss about it
Cherry was staring rapfly before
her; now she grasped his hand and
said breathlessly :
"Oh, Peter, are we talking about It?
Are we talking about our going away,
and belonging to each other?"
"What else?" he said, quick tears
In his eyes.
Oh, but I've been so unhappy, I've
been so starved!" she whispered. "I
thought' I wanted people cities I
thought I wanted to go on the stage.
But It was only you I wanted. Oh,
Peter, what a life it will be I The lit littlest
tlest littlest cottage, the simplest life, and
perhaps a beach, or woods to walk in
and always talking, reading, always
together. Isn't there some way we
can get away, disappear as if we had
never been?"
"Cherry I" he said, kneeling before
her In the wet grass. "You know what
it means P
"It means you !" she answered, after
a silence. She had laid her hands
softly about his neck, and her shin shining
ing shining eyes were close to his.
"It's so beautiful It's so wonderful
to love this way," she said. In her
Innocent, little-girl voice, "that it
seems to me the only thing In the
world! Td come to you, Peter, If it
meant' shame and death and horror.
It doesn't mean that, it only means
a man and a woman settling down
somewhere in the south of France, a
big quiet man who limps a little, and
a little yellow-headed woman in blue
smocks and silly-looking hats
"It means life, of course I" he lnter lnter-,rupted
,rupted lnter-,rupted her. "The hour that makes
'you mine. Cherry, will be the exqui exquisite
site exquisite hour of my. whole life!"
They were silent for a while, and
below them the white moonlight deep deepened,
ened, deepened, and brightened and swam like
an enchantment.

IIJ

Her Shining Eyes Were Close.
"There will be no coming back. Cher Cherry."
ry." Cherry." "Oh, I know that!"
"There can't ever be there mustn't
be you've thought of that?" he said,
uncertainly. In the curious, unreal
light that flooded the world, he saw
her turn, and caught the gleam of her
surprised eyes.
"You mean children a child?" she
said, surprisedly. "Why not, Peter?"
she added, tightening her fingers,
"what could be more wonderful than
that we should have a child?. Can
you imagine a happier environment
for a child than that little sunshiny,
woodsy beach cottage ; can't you see
the little figure the two or three little
figures! scampering ahead of us
through the country roads, or around
the fire? Oh, I can," said Cherry, her
extraordinary voice rich and sweet
with longing, "I can! That would be
motherhood, Peter, 'that wouldn't be
like having a baby whose father one
didn't one couldn't love, marriage or
no marriage I"
And as he watched, amazed at the
change that love had brought to quiet,
little Inarticulate Cherry, she added,
earnestly :
"Alix will forgive us; youll see she
wllll Alix I know her! will only
be sorry for me. She'll only think me
mad to disgrace the good name of
Strickland; she'll think we're both
crazy. Perhaps shell plunge Into the
orphanage work, or perhaps she'll go
on here, gardening, playing with Buck,
raising ducks she says herself that
she has never known what love means
says it really meaning it, yet as If
the whole subject was a Joke a weak
ness !"
"I believe she will forgive us, for
she Is the most generous woman In
the world," Peter said, slowly. "Any
way we can't stop now! We can't
stop now! There is the steamer line
that goes to Los Angeles," he mused.
"Yes I believe that Is the solution,"
he added, with a brightening face. "No
body you know goes there on It; it
leaves daily at eleven, and gets Into
Los Angeles the following morning.
From there we can get a drawing
room to New Orleans; that's only a
day and a half more; and we can
keep to ourselves If by any unlucky
chance there should be any one we
know on the train
"Which Isn't likely!"
"Which isn't likely! Then at New
Orleans we go either to the Zone, or
to South America, or to any one of
the thousand places New York, if
we like, by water. By that time we
will be lost as completely as If we had
dropped Into the sea. I'll see about
reservations the thing Is, you're too
pretty to go quite unnoticed !" he add
ed ruefully.
He saw a smile flicker on her face
in the moonlight, but when she spoke,
It was with almost tearful gravity:
"You arrange it, Peter, and some
how I'll go. I'll write Alix I'll tell
her that where she's sane, I'm mad,
and where she's strong, I'm weak!
And we'll weather it, dear, and we'll
find ourselves somewhere, alone, with
all the golden, beautiful future before
ue. But, Peter, until this part of it's
over we mustn't be alone again you
mustn't kiss me again Will you prom
ise me?"
As stirred as she was, be gathered
her little fingers together, and kissed
them.
"I'll promise anything! Only trust
me for a few days more, and we will
be away from It all. And now you
put it all out of your mind, and run
in and go to bed. You're exhausted,
and If Alix gets the eight o'clock train
she will be here in a few minutes.'
"Good night!" she breathed, and he
saw the white gown flicker against
the soft light on the lawn, and saw
the black shadow creeping by it, be
fore she mounted the porch steps,
and was gone.
CHAPTER XV.
Swept along by a passionate excite
ment that seemed actually to consume
her. Cherry lived through the next
three days. Alix noticed her mood.
and asked her more than once what
caused It. Cherry would press a hot
cheek to hers, smile with eyes full of
pain, and flutter away. She was well.
she was quite all right, only she she
was afraid Martin would summon her
soon and she didn't want to go to
him I
Suspecting something gravely amiss,
Alix tried to win her confidence re regarding
garding regarding Martin. But briefly, quickly,
and with a sort of affectionate and
apologetic impatience. Cherry refused

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"I shall not go back to him!" she
said, breathing hard, and with the air"
of being more absorbed in what she
was doing than what she was saying.
"But do you mean that you .are
really going to leave him?" the older
sister questioned.
"I don't kqpw what Tm going to
do!" Cherry half sobbed.
"But, dearest dearest, you're only
twenty-four; don't you think you
might feel better about it as time goes
onT Alix urged. "Now that the
money Is ail yours. Cherry, and you
can have this nice home to come to
now and then, isn't it different?
Cherry was looking at her steadily.
Ton don't understand. Sis!" she
said.
"I understand that you don't love
Martin. Alix said, perplexed. "But
can't people who don't love each other
live together In peace?" 6n added,
with a half smile.
"N-n-ot as man and wife! Cherry
stammered.
Alix sat back on her heels, in the un ungraceful
graceful ungraceful fashion of her girlhood, and
shrugged her shoulders.
"Think of the people "ho are wor worrying
rying worrying themselves sick over bills, er

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF

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House Block, South Side
sick wives, r 'cliHOrrn to Drlng upi upi-she
she upi-she sujrgeted hopefully. "My Lord. If
yru have enftUh money, and food,
and are young, and well
"Yes, but. Alix," Cherry argued
ergerly. Tra not well when I'ra un unhappy.
happy. unhappy. My heart is like lead all the
time; I can't seem to breathe! Peo People
ple People Isn't It possible that people are
different about that?" she asked
timidly.
"1 suppose they are!" Alix conceded
thoughtfully. "Anyway, look at aU
the fusses in history," she added care carelessly,
lessly, carelessly, "of grande passions, and mur murders,
ders, murders, and elopements, and the fate of
nations resting on juet the fact that
a man and woman hated each other
too much, or loved each other too
much! There must be something In
It all that I don't understand. But
what I do understand," she added, af after
ter after a moment, when Cherry, choked
with emotion, was silent, "is that Dad
would die of grief if he knew you were
unhappy, that your life was all broken
up in disappointment and bitterness V
"But is that my fault? Cherry ex exclaimed,
claimed, exclaimed, with sudden tears.
(Continued Tomorrow)
This is a Studebaker year. tf

ATLANTA

..- .. .. . fL.
Like the first exhilarating
breezes of autumn come these
. EXQUISITE
FALL HATS
A wonderfully attractive col collection
lection collection of original styles in
street and dress hats. Prices
that relieve the strain on the
purse without sacrificing qual quality
ity quality or style. Our large stock en enables
ables enables us to suit you regardless
of the size of your purse. Let
us demonstrate.
ELITE SHOP
DeCAMP & WEAVER
Ocala House Block Opposite
Courthouse
Fred K. Demetree Saleem M. Shasby
PHONE 74
TOE EAGLE GROCERY
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel
WEST
To get acquainted we are mak
ing to the pnblic a special price
on onr entire stock. Here are a
few ol the items
Swift Premium Ham, per lb 33c
Cloverbloom Butter, per lb 43e
Compound Lard, per lb 15c
White Bacon, per lb 15c
Smoked Bacon, per lb 22c
Hudnut's Grits, 10 pounds for. ...25c
Hudnut's Meal, 10 pounds for.... 25c
Jubilate eMal, 10 pounds for. ...25c
Gold Medal Flour, 24 lb., sack. .$L50
Gold Medal Flour, 12 lb. sack 80c
Gold Medal Hour, 98 lb. sack $5.75
Pillsbury Flour prices same a3
Gold Medal Flour.
Fashion S. R. Hour, 96 lb. sack. .$4.55
Fashion S. R. Flour, 24 lb. sack. $1.20
Fashion S. R. Hour, 12 lb. sack.. 60c.
Maxwelf House Coffee, pound 36c
Arbuckle's Coffee, pound 25c.
Tall Can Milk 13c
Baby Can Milk 6c
Navy and Baby Lima- Beans, lb... 8c
Black Eeye Peas, new crop, lb.... 10c
Sugar per pound 7e
Eagle Brand Milk 25c
Dime Brand Milk 15c
Fnll line Fruits and Vegetables
Our entire stock will be sold at a
reasonable price, you are looseing
money every day if you dont trade
here. All we ask is to try us once.
. Satisfaction Gcaranteed
TOE EAGLE GROCERY
Phone 71 0pp. Harrington Hall
FMALE
I have decided to put on the market
iry land out on the Silver Springs
road, Oklawaha and Fort King ave avenues.
nues. avenues. Will sell 2Vi or five-acre lots,
part cash and five years to pay bal balance.
ance. balance. See me for terms.
Ocala. is now rapidly building east
and is certain to build out on this
property. Buy a lot and start you an
orange grove.
Seventy acres of fine watermelon
and tomato land 2 miles east of
Ocala. Will either rent or selL House
and good well of water. Easy terms.
Half of Block 37, OM Survey, Ocala,
the south half of Lots 3 and 4. This
property is immediately behind
Frank's store. Several small houses
now on property which are rented.
Part cash, balance on terms.
VV. D. CARN
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalm era
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.
This is a Studebaier year.



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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER &, 1921

OCAIA OCCURHEUCES

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. White and Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt have returned
from St. Petersburg, where they have
been attending the state federation of
Wesley Bible classes. Mr. White ex extended
tended extended an invitation from the Ocala
Methodiists and the Boar dof Trade to
the federation to meet in Ocala next
year, but DeLand was chosen as the
meeting place, because that city tried
so hard to get the meeting this year.
Mr. White reports a good meeting
and a pleasant trip.

Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at

the City Fish Market. tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fort of Green

field, Ind., en route to St. Petersburg,
stopped in Ocala yesterday on account
of the serious illness of Mrs. Fort,
who was taken to the hospital. She

is greatly improved today.

THE BOOK SHOP is showing some

new things in several lines: Screens,

Pottery, Japanese Linens.

Mrs. P. A. Durand left yesterday

for Butler, Pa., having been called

there on account of the serious illness
of her father, Mr. B. L. Hooks. Mr.
Hooks condition is considered critical,

and friends of the family will be sor

ry to hear this. Mr. Hooks spent last
winter in Ocala as the guest of hi3

son-in-law and daughter.

Call phone iU8 when you want groc

eries hi a hurry. Main Street Market.

One of the Star's faithful carrier

boys, Carlos Clayton, had the misf or

tune yesterday of breaking his arm.
He was exercising on some of the
high school gymnasium apparatus,
and missing his hold, fell to the
ground, a fracture being the result.

A physician was called and the injur

ed member set and in a short time,

we hope, Carlos will be as well as

ever.

Let us exchange youi old furniture

for new. We can furnish you every everything
thing everything for your' home. Theus Brothers
Phone 19. 23-lm

Mrs. Close informs the Star that
the offensive taste in the milk served
her customers some days ago has
hen eliminated, as she has found that
the cows were eating chinaberries,

which was causing the trouble.

Several exceptional bargains in
rugs and art squares if sold at once.

Theus Brothers. Phone 19.' 23-lm

Mr. Ralph Sedgwick of Vero, left
yesterday for hbme after a few days
in Ocala, as the guest of his sister,
Mrs. C. D. Richie. Mr. Sedgwick had

just returned from Indiana, where he

spent his vacation.

.Talk about pre-war prices; $2 less

than we have ever put them on. The
Ocala Wagon Works is putting 'Ford

tops on ior $iu.ou; roadsters, $y.uu.
Other cars in proportion. Prices sub subject
ject subject to change. 10-l-30t

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Osborne left
this morning for Trenton, where they
will snend the week-end as ernests of

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McArthur.

When you want service, always get
L. E. Cordrey to do it for you. He
will do your moving and hauling of
al kinds. Reasonable prices. Call

phone 434. L. E; Cordrey.

tf

The Star is glad to report that lit little
tle little Miss Marian Walkley, who has
been so ill for. the past two weeks, is
improving. The little lady has been
the unfortunate victim of rheumatism.

There's noextra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf

Mr. R. Stroud, one of the O. H. S.
faculty, is spending the week-end in
Charlotte Harbor.

Apalachicola oysters at the City
Fish Market. tf

TATOM-DOZI ER

It is generally the fellow who
doesn't know any better who does the
thing that can't be done. You see the
poor fool doesn't know it can't be
done., so he goes ahead and does it.

The following announcement was

received by friends of the bride in
Ocala today:

"Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Blair

Kane announce the marriage of their

sister, Miss Lauragene Dozier, to Mr.

Charles Clifford Tatom, on Saturday,

the tenth of September, nineteen hun hundred
dred hundred and -twenty-one, Jacksonville,

Florida."

Mrs. Tatom, who is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dozier, was
born in Ocala and for a number of
years made her home with her great

aunt, Miss Lydia Dozier. of this city.

Leonard Wesson, Edgar Blake, Ed Edwin
win Edwin Green and Leonard Todd, Univer University
sity University of Florida students, are spending
the week-end; at their several homes
in Ocala.

PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

The executive board of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian
church will meet Monday afternoon
at four o'clock at the church.
Mrs. Grider Perkins, Sec'y.

BAPTIST WOMAN'S
MISSIONARY SOCIETY

STUDY OF. PELLAGRA
Continued from Page Two)

In common with other church or- j

ganizations over the state of Florida,
the Woman's Missionary Society of
the Ocala Baptist church held serv services
ices services this week in connection with the
week of prayer for state missions.
The special meeting of the woman's
society was on Thursday afternoon.
The Wednesday night meeting of the
church was given to the same object
and the young women of the church
also had a service of their own dur during
ing during the week.
The regular monthly meeting of
the society will be held next Monday
afternoon at 3:30 at the church, when
officers for the ensuing year will be
elected.

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

16 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phones 377 and 162.
tf .... r H. B. WHITTINGTON.

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.
Chester McMullen, Leslie" Jackson,
Stamel Taylor and Roland Ulmer, of
Largo, attending the university in
Gainesville, stopped in Ocaal today on
their way home for the week end'.
C. G. Smith, district sales" manager
cf Florida and cashier of ..the Stude Stude-taker
taker Stude-taker Company of Atlanta., spent yes yesterday
terday yesterday in Ocala, transacting,. business
wit hthe local Studebaker agency, the
Murphy Motor Company. Mr. Smith
reports business very satisfactory in
his district. :J- ... ..f 1,

Test our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. tf

"The Stucco Man" Phone 526
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
Large line of Electrial Parts
We use genuine parts in our
FORD REPAIRING

Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.

Phone 252

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

16 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
.with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries;
eries; groceries; for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phones 377 and 162.
tf II. B. WHITTINGTON.

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule hjures pub published
lished published as information and not guar
anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pru Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
t :05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
Leave Arrive
1 :20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2 :1 0 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
t :17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. K.
ueave Arrive
2:27 am Jackaonville-NTTork 2:33 tro
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gai&sviT.e 3:24 pm
G:42am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
t :24 pm StJ'etsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
: 1 0 am Dtmnellon-Wilcx
7:25 am Dunellon-LJuland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuowiay, Thursday Saturday.
This is a Studebaker year. tf

Pellagra is essentially a disease of
a fixed agricultural population living
upon an eroded and exhausted soil of
determinate geologic origin. Pellagra
has a definite geological-geographical
distribution. It has no relation to la labor,
bor, labor, diet, domicile or sanitary envi environment.
ronment. environment.
Pellagra is caused by drinking soft
water coming from a clay soil.
Pellagra is prevented by drinking
hard water whose "hardness" is due
to the presence of the carbonate of
valcium and magnesium.
Pellagra is cured by the hypoder hypodermic
mic hypodermic administration of a 10 per cent
solution, of sodium citrate. Givefone
cubic centimeter daily for fifteen to
thirty days, according to the severity
cf the case, then on alternate days for
as long a time.
These measures are so simple, so
exact, so scientific, so successful, so
cheap, that they do not meet the ap approval
proval approval of the public health service.

They would not require an appropria appropriation
tion appropriation of $150,000 at this time. A little
newspaper publicity would inform the
people of the endemic area. These
people would speedily get well, and
there would be no more need of pro propaganda.
paganda. propaganda. Pellagra in the United States is
prevalent in the regions of the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic coastal plain, the Piedmont pla plateau,
teau, plateau, the gulf coastal plain, the Ash Ashland
land Ashland plateau, certain inland regions
on .the flanks of the Ozark, Boston,
Oachita, Arbuckle and Wichita moun mountains
tains mountains and where the soils are derived
from the shales of the Pennsylvania
series. Pellagra is also occasionally
found in Northern states covered by
glacial drift from the great Precam Precam-brian
brian Precam-brian shield around Hudson's Bay.
Pellagra has the same geographical
distribution as pine timber. Prairie
countries do not have pellagra, as
prairie soils are necessarily lime soils.
Pellagra is not caused by maize ali alimentation.
mentation. alimentation. Pellagra is not caused or
communicated by the buffalo gnat or
Simulium fly. The theories of Lom Lom-broso
broso Lom-broso and of Sambon have been defi definitely
nitely definitely abandoned, as well as disprov disproves
es disproves Pellagra is not one of the "deft "deft-ficiency"
ficiency" "deft-ficiency" diseases. The disease which
was induced by Dr. Goldberger in the
convicts in Mississippi was scurvy and
not pellagra. The people of the South
are not underfed. I have been thru
the pellagra districts of the South
where the table was filled with the
best three times a day. The wealth wealthiest
iest wealthiest and the best provided die of pel pellagra.
lagra. pellagra. The people of the South have
pellagra because their water supply
leaches through clays derived from
the crystalline, igneous and metamor metamor-phic
phic metamor-phic rocks of the Appalachian system.
Physicians of the South who have
adopted the measures and treatment
outlined by the tlalian scientists are
curing pellagra. Italy abandoned the
theories of Lombroso, accepted the
findings of Alessandrini and Scala,
and cleaned up pellagra so thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly that the disease, once so prevalent
and so fatal, scarcely figured in her
remarkable draft of men ofr the great
war. I might add much more, but
this should suffice. E. M. Perdue,
Kansas City, Mo. M. D., D. P. II.

WEAK; RUII-BOWa
Carolina Lady Get So She CcaH
Jest Drag. "Cardui Built Lie
Up," She Declares.
Kernersville, N. C. In an interest interesting
ing interesting statement regarding Cardui, the
Woman's Tonic, Mrs. Wesley Slabe, of
rear here, recently said: "I have
known Cardi'i for years, hut never
knew its worth until a yerr or so ago.
I was In a weakened, run-do"5u coa coa-ditioa.
ditioa. coa-ditioa. I became draggy didn't eat or
sleep to do any god; coiildn't do r.ny r.ny-thins
thins r.ny-thins without a great effort. I tried
different remedies and medicines, yet
I continued to drag.
"I decided to give Cardui a trial,
and found it was just what I reaiir
ceeded. It made me fezl much etrorg etrorg-er
er etrorg-er soon after I began to use it I Lo Logan
gan Logan to eat more, and the nervov.s,
weak feeling began to leave. Soon I
was sleeping good.
"Cardui built me up as no other
tonic ever did.
"I used Cardui with one dau?l:ter
who was puny, felt bad and tired cut
all the time. It brought her right out.
and soon she was as well as a girl
could be. We think there is nothing
like Cardui'
Do not allow yourself to become
weak and run-down, from womanly
troubles. Take Cardui. You may fin 1
It just what 'you really need. For
more than 40 years It has been used Dr
thousands and thousands, and found
Just as Mrs. JIabe d'scribes.
At your druggist's. NC-142

Geo. MacKay & Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
Continued Evidence of Propaganda, in country districts claiming that we are
no longer in the Undertaking Business, N ecfsstates our Emphatically stating
that we are not only in this businesci Fekmanlnily, but that we carry the Larg Largest
est 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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UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

KRYSO Sore Ijead 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
Needham 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. 2312t

BAXTER TRANSFER CO. When in
need of any1 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 Whetstone, 715 South

Fifth street, Ocala.

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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 Efficient bookkeeper and
stenographer wants position. Ad Address
dress Address X. Y. Z., in care of the Ocala
Star. 4-6t

ANNOUNCING THE NEW
EXIDE JUNIOR BATTERY
FOR FORD CARS ',Cu s V i- F. 0. B.

9.25 0CALA

This new hattery is designed especially for Ford cars.
It is power fU, rugged ar.d dependable. It is the work of
oldest mancfectnrers in the world of storage batteries for
every purpose.
Exidc Eailerles send yoar vcice over the telephone
wires; they run mine locomotives; they operate fire alarms;
they propel a majority cf (lie world's sabmcrines.
The Exide Junior is now cn sale here, and should
prcve a decided asset to Ford owners.
Price $25.25 f. o. b. Ocala.

EXIDE BATTERY SERVICE CO.
j B. F. CONDON, Prep. 0:da, Florida

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WANTED Velvet beans. Will pay
75 cents per 100 pounds, delivered.
Anthony Farms, Anthony, Fla. 6-tf

WANTED Position in dry goods
store by lady. Have had several
years experience. Address ML," in
care of the Star. 6-3t

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 man and wife. Address, Room,
Box 213, ity. 5-3t

WANTED By couple, two furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Ad Address
dress Address "L," care Star office. 6-6t

FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, with
connecting bath; $23 per month.
805 Tuscawilla St., Phone 332X. 6-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, second floor.
Bath and other modern convenien convenien-iences.
iences. convenien-iences. Apply to Mrs. S. A. Stand Stand-ley,
ley, Stand-ley, 447 Oklawaha Ave. 7-6t

WHY PAY AS MUCH?
Why not get it for less? We can save you from
$5 to $10 on your next tailor mad-; suit, by handling
your order through a cash bas s. It will pay you to
pay cash. We guarantee a perfect fit. We guarantee the
style to be absolutely correct. We guarantee every
fabric put into our suits were woven in 1921, which
means absolutely new cloth; and what does that
mean? It means that your suit will wear longer
and give you longer and satisfactory service. We
especially guarantee the workmanship put into the
building of our suits. We guarantee and hereby chal challenge
lenge challenge any firm or tailor to make you a suit, quality
for quality as to fabrics and workmanship, as cheap
as we will.
Special days for taking measurers is as follows:
Wednesday afternoon from two to seven o'clock.
Friday afternoon from two to seven o'clock.
Saturday all day and up to ten o'clock at night.
You are cordially invited to call and inspect
my line on any of the above mentioned days.
J. A. CHANDLER
120 South Main Street

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LOST Last Saturday night, either at
Silver Springs or on road to the
springs, a Knight Templar design
watch charm. Return to T. M. Kil Kil-gore
gore Kil-gore and get reward. 7-3t

HEMSTITCHING At Singer Sewing
machine office, 317 N. Magnolia St.
Mail orders returned same day as
received. Call phone 452. C. G.
Wile,, manager. 10-6-tf

WANTED Four 32 x 4 used Cord
tires. Ocala Motor Co. 8-3t

YOUR CREDITS GOOD
AT GOLDMAN'S STORE

NOTICE OF SALE

Y'our credit's good at my store, in
Ladies Ready-to-Wear as well as fur furniture.
niture. furniture. I have just received my ne'v
fall line. B. Goldman's Furniture
Store, Cor. Ft. King and Magnolia, tf

Everything in the line of house f ui
nishings may be found here. New fur furniture
niture furniture exchanged for old if desires
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm

Notice is hereby given that on the
25th day of October, 1921,
at the hour of three o'clock in the
afternoon, the undersigned will offer
for sale and sell at public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for cash,
at the garage of the undersigned, on
Main street, in Ocala, Florida, the
following described property of
George H. Williams:
1 Crow-Elkhart touring car, en engine
gine engine number K-57161.
That said sale will be made to sat satisfy
isfy satisfy a lien of the undersigned on the
said car against the said Williams for
storage charges.
S-3t-sat Murphy Motor Company.

BULBS
Narassus, Jonquils, Hyacinth,
Chinese Sacred Lilly

C. G. GREENE
Opp. Marion Hardware
Ocala - Florida

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PEEK LESS TIRES

60QO mile guarantee

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30x3 non-skid $ 9
30x31-2 non-skid 112

AUCTIQHEERUiG
When you warit your house,
furniture, stock or gDoHs of
any ind sold, he will auction
it off for you, and get full
market value. Consult him if
you have anything to sell.
J. II. CRAMER
P.O.Box310 Ocala, Ha.
Tclepfccne 419

DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
V. Broadway KP.

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

YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WITH 3IE

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

My samples have just arrived for
new fall and winter suits and over overcoats.
coats. overcoats. Let me take your measure.
Pay while you wear on our generous
charge account plan. B. GOLDMAN,
5-tf Cor. Fort King and Magnolia St

1G pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phones 377 and 1C2.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

This is a Studebaker year. tf

Complete assortment of the genu genuine
ine genuine Parker Lucky-Curve Fountain
Pens at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store



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