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VOL. 27 OCALA. FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1921
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Representatives from All Along Line
of Road No. 2 Renew Call for
of the Route
(L. T. Izlar)
The attendance at the good roads
convention in Orlando Saturday night
was not so large as it was in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville or Ocala, probably due to the
longer distance over bad roads that
the men from Jasper and Lake City
would have had to travel. The attend attendance
ance attendance Saturday night was about 150
but they njiade up in enthusiasm for
what they facked in numbers and few
towns alonjr the route of road No. 2
were not represented. There were
about twenty from Ocala.
Mr. E. R. Cox, secretary of the
Orlando chamber of commerce, called
the meeting to order and introduced
Mr. M. J. Daetwiler, president of the
Orlando chamber of commerce, who
first welcomed the visitors to Orlando
and then aisked that Mr. W. W. Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, of Lake City, state the object of
the meeting and give a short history
of what had been done at the previous
meetings of the convention. During
the course of his talk Mr. Daetwiler
made an. error in speech that threw
the house into a convulsion of laugh laughter
ter laughter and created an atmosphere of at at-homeness
homeness at-homeness which did much to make
the meeting a success. Mr. Daetwiler
was commenting on the great work
that had been done by the Orlando
chamber of commerce and said that
it was not the work of any one man
because the secretary was only a
figurehead. Everybody laughed and
Mr. Daetwiler realized that he had
said the secretary was the figurehead
when he had intended making 'that
remark about himself, the president.
Mr. Phillips first stated "that the
object of the meeting was to see that
road No. 2 was. hard surfaced thru
Hamilton, Columbia. Alachua and
Marion counties. Then he gave a
brief review of the meetings already
held and then went more fully into
the word done by the state road de department.
partment. department. ; Mr. Phillips said that he
had been criticized considerably for
the accusations and remarks he had
made about the state road depart department
ment department but that he knew the statements
made were true and he felt that he
had a right to make them as this work
was public work and belonged to us
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Mr. Phillips asked the people of the
convention not to feel that it was a
selfish motive alone that incited the
counties of Hamilton, Columbia,
Alachua and Marion to hold these
meeting and ask them to help put
this road through. He said that road.
No. 2 was the main artery of central
Florida and that although Lake, and
Orange counties had a' fine system of
reads they were not reaping full ben benefit
efit benefit from them so long; as there was
the terrible gap in North Florida. He
said that the South Florida road sys system
tem system was fine for the people down
there but that it was so hard for
other people to get to them and he
pointed out that it was the northern
investor that South Florida wanted.
Mr. Phillips called attention to the
fact that the state road department
claims to Jbe out of funds now and
asks why if such be the case (and he
believes it Is) can't they use the mon money
ey money that Hamilton county has turned
over to them and their own convicts
ta finish the roads that they have
graded and made almost impassable
in that county.
Mr. Phillips stated that it is a fact
that Nassau county has absolutely
refused to put a cent into roads and
that Duval county will not say what
she will give and yet the state road
department is building the road thru
those counties at the state's expense
while there are counties on road No.
2 who have the money for their roads
or who have turned the money over
to the state and want their roads. He
says that unless road No. 2 is com completed
pleted completed 85 per cent of the travel will
come .into, the state from Waycross
and go to Jacksonville and down the
east coast. The report is that we of
central Florida are bearing down too
hard on the state road department
now and that if we are not careful we
won't get a thing. He asked that
Orange county help Hamilton, Colum Columbia,
bia, Columbia, Alachua and Marion to see that
we do. v
The next speaker, was Mr. J." L L-Herring,
Herring, L-Herring, editor of the Tifton, (Ga.)
Gazette. Mr. Herring said that in two
months 150 cars a day will be com-
e IN ORLANDO
jing through Tifton headed for Flor-j
j ida. He said they would all be headed
jfor South Florida, but he doesn't see
how they will ever get there unless
I they ship their cars by rail or come
j by airplane. He said Georgia has her
; roads in fine shape and that the gap
i in Florida must h finished nr we will
lose thousands of investors. He said i
the flivvers will come again, because i
they can go anywhere, but that the
Packards will get stuck and will give
Florida a wide berth in future and
that -it is the Packard class that we
desire to have come again and stay
Mr. J. M. Ashley, secretary of the
Vasdosta chamber of commerce, said
he would not take up time for a speech
but that we must get road No. 2. He
said Georgia gets the tourists but
cannot keep them because they are
bound for Florida, but we must pro provide
vide provide a way for them to get here.
Just about this time the meeting
was interrupted by Mr. Tom Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, who announced that the local
order of traveling men had just finish finished
ed finished a meeting and had pledged them themselves
selves themselves for road. No. 2, and that they
were going to do all they could over
their entire territory to put it before
' Mr. B. B. Johnson of Jasper, made
the next talk' and kept the house in
an uproar with his humor. Mr. John Johnson
son Johnson said if you will travel over road
No. 1 from Waycross to Jacksonville,
you will find that two-thirds of the
road has to be bridged and the other
third has to be thrown up. He said
the state road department is spending
all its money on that road. He said
that Hamilton "county gave the state
road department $165,000 two years
ago and has for her money a little
grading that has made the roads
worse than they Were. "He says that
the engineers have the entire road
buUt now on blue paper and that he
believes it is hard surfaced, but what
Hamilton county wants is a road on
the ground. He stated they have paid
for a road and either want a road or
seme good explanation and that they
are not able to get either from the
state road department.
Mr. W. C. Caldwell of Jasper, says
that it is perfectly right for Duval
county and Jacksonville to have road
No. 1 but they should not have it built
with Hamilton's money. He said that
the original contract called for an
asphalt road for Hamilton and that he
has lately had a letter from Mr. Dun Duncan
can Duncan U. Fletcher stating that the state
road department is now asking that
the federal appropriation be reduced
from $600,000 to some $200,000 and
that sand-clay be used as the material
in Hamilton. He stated that Hamilton
was going to have an asphalt road
mighty quick or begin legal proceed-
rings to see why. He suggests that
a committee be sent to Governor Har Hardee
dee Hardee to lay the case before him and
if. no other means can be found he
suggested that we have the state road
department abolished at the next
meeting of the legislature. .,
Mr. M. L. Grady of High Springs,
endorsed the suggestion of a commit committee
tee committee to see f?ov. Hardee. Mr. Sealy of
Alachua, also advocated such a com committee,
mittee, committee, and passed quite a number of
compliments on Orlando as being in
the best part of Florida.
Mr. J. B. Fowler of Gainesville,
took the floor next and said that
Alachua's" chief trouble was in getting
the state road department to furnish
the federal government with specifi specifications
cations specifications of their road and in getting
the same department to designate the
route of the road south to Marion
county. He said they have the money
and were ready to start work Monday
morning if they could get the state
to select one of the four possible
routes across Payne's Prairie. He
desires to-have the state road depart department
ment department let Alachua get as far as they
can with a road and have the state
finish it when funds are in hand. He
says his county can at least do all but
put on the last surface and the state
can complete the job when the money
Dr. Watkins of Micanopy, moved
that a committee of five men from
each county on road No. 2 be sent to
meet with the state road department
at its next regular meeting. This
committee is to be chosen by the
trade bodies of the respective coun counties
ties counties and was later amended to include
a member of the traveling men's as
sociation in each delegation of five.
The motion carried.
A report was had from Mr. Boozer
of Lake City, who is chairman of the
resolutions committee. Mr. Boozer
said that he had communications from
all members of his committee and
that they thought it useless to go be before
fore before the governor or anyone member
of the .state highway commission, so
they sent copies of the resolutions
passed at Gainesville' and Ocala to the
governor and the chairman of the
highway commission. He had a letter
in reply from Governor Hardee, which
he read. In substance the governor
said that he is sure the state road "de "department
partment "department feels the importance of
road No. 2 and that he thinks the de department
partment department intends finishing the work
on it as fast as it can. He called
attention to the number of convict
camps along the route of No. 2 as a
proof of his belief. Mr. Boozer said
he found little, consolation in this re reply.
ply. reply. He stated the present road de department
partment department knows nothing at all about
building roads and that politics must
be taken out of this department be before
fore before we can secure service. He ac accused
cused accused the state road department of
building only such roads as pass
through towns in which its members
have their, residence.
' L. H. Chazal, of Ocala, said that
Marion county has the money ready
but can get no satisfaction from the
state road department. He stated,
however, he was informed the depart department
ment department is selecting sites for convict
camps in the county and that this may
be an indication of intended action.'
Mr. Phillips offered a resolution
thanking the traveling men for their
pledged support. Resolution passed.
Mr. Hampton added one more blot
on the name of the state road depart department
ment department when he called attention to the
fact that it allowed a vast supply of
road material to stand at Camp John Johnson
son Johnson uninsured and that it was a com complete
plete complete loss by fire. He stated that this
alone shows a lack of sense on the
part of the road department.
Mr. M. M. Smith of Fruitland Park,
spoke somewhat in defense of the
state road department, of which he
was formerly-chairman. He said that
when the department got the $400, $400,-000
000 $400,-000 in bonds from Columbia county
the bond market was so low that it
would have been folly to sell them.
He said he doesn't know why they
are not sold now and he doesn't know!
why the department hasn't used the
$165,000 it has in cash from Hamil Hamilton.
ton. Hamilton. He said he didn't know why
the state won't build the Marion
county roads unless it is that Marion
won't turn the money over to it. He
says that in Columbia county, road
No. 1, Lake City to Jacksonville, is
of first importance for that short dis distance
tance distance will give a completed highway
down the state on the east coast and
that you can come back either from
New Smyrna or Melbourne. He said
that he has heard and believes tat
Mr. Hillman said he wants the road
from Live Oak to Jacksonville and
the rest doesn't worry him.
Mr. Mi O. Overstreet of Orlando,
made a short talk and blamed the in inaction
action inaction of the road department on pol politics
itics politics controlling and the Jacksonville
ring boosting the department.
Mr. Phillips showed that the com committees'
mittees' committees' to be sent to the next road
department meeting would have some
preliminary work to do and Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville was decided on as headquarters
for this committee until the time of
The convention decided to meet in
White Springs with the Georgia rep representatives
resentatives representatives of the National Highway
Association on the day before the
next regular meeting of the state
ON ST. LOUIS STREET
St. Louis, Oct. 10. Robert Harda Harda-man,
man, Harda-man, a negro messenger for the
Grand Avenue Bank, was held up to today
day today by two men who escaped with a
satchel containing $17,650 in cash and
$51,000 in non-negotiable papers. The
robbery was committed on a crowded
street car near the down town quar quarter.
ter. quarter. SUCCESSFUL DRIVE OX
AN INDIANA BANK
Dyer, Ind., Oct. 10. Five bandits
held up.the First National Bank here
this morning and escaped with $6000
in cash and $4000 in government
Talk about nre-war mices: $2 less
an wa Vi o co ever nnt tKeiTTi on. Th
Ocala Wagon Works is putting Ford
tops on ior ?.iu.ou; roaasiers, $.uu.
Other cars in proportion. Prices sub subject
ject subject to change. 10-l-30t
And th Machinery Chosen Material
Progress on the Creamery
The temporary directors of the
Marion County Creamery Company,
who met in the courthouse Saturday
afternoon, made a tentative selection
of the Machinery necessary for" the
opening of the creamery, with the
assistance of Professor Willoughby,
who has charge of the dajry depart department
ment department of the University of Florida
Experiment Station in Gainesville.
This board also closed up a deal
whereby the company comes into
possession of the building formerly
occupied by the American Cafe near
the union depot. This will be used
by the company for its receiving and
Concrete floors will be put in the
building throughout and an addition
to it will also be necessary to accom accommodate
modate accommodate the machinery which it is ex expected
pected expected to have installed within the
next sixty days. f
Arrangements have been completed
with the Ocala Manufacturing Com Company,
pany, Company, to furnish heating and- cooling
pipes for this building, which is im immediately
mediately immediately opposite their ice factory
and planing mills on the Atlantic
Coast Line tracks.
Since it has become known that
such an institution is to be started in
Ocala a number of parties from other
states have signified their willingness
to come into the plan and also invest
their money in it. Some of these are
experienced, practical men in this
line of work.
A stockholders meeting will be held
Wednesday at which all the details of
final organization will be attended to.
Professor Sanborn of the Florida
University will attend this meeting
to offer his advice or suggestions as
to the best ways to handle the propo proposition.
sition. proposition. PETITION FOR MR. MARTIN
- Ocala, Fla., Oct. 7, 1921.
To. E. H. Martin, Ocala, Fla.:
,We, the undersigned citizens of the
city of Ocala, hereby petition you to
become a candidate for alderman-at-largeof
said city Jo be voted on zt
the general election to be held in and
for said city on the second Tuesday in
II. W. Walters, Robert MacKay, J.
J. Gerig, N. T. Mitchell. Sid R. Wha Wha-ley,
ley, Wha-ley, H. A. Davies, H. Lee Sharp, W.
P. Preer E. T. Helvenston, John R.
Preer, C. E. Winston, Max M. Fishel,
J. W. Tally, W. W. Stripling, C. G.
Rose, Geo. N. Looney, J. G. Parrish,
W. C. Ray, B. A. Weathers, David
S. Woodrow, E. J. Crook, Louis R.
Chazal, George MacKay, J. M. Thom Thomas,
as, Thomas, A. J. MacKay, C.C. Meffert, W. F.
McAteer,W. T. Gary, E. C. Bennett,
Lanier Robertson, P. V. Leavengood,
N. P. Davis, J. H. Spencer, G. S.
Scott, W. C. Jeffords, T. W. Troxler,
W. W. Clyatt, D. Niel Ferguson, F.
W. Cook, A. E. Gerig, Frank Harris,
C. W. Moremen, L. W. Ponder, H. A.
Waterman, H. D. Stokes, C.C. Simp Simpson,
son, Simpson, B. J. Collier, D. B. Mayo, .John
L. Edwards, W. G. Marshall, H. H.
Henderson, Baxter Cam, Frank G.
Churchill, B. Rheinauer, H.'M. Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, H. L. Borland, S. T. Sistrunk,
Paul Simmons, John Thomson, J.
Malever, Jas. J. Taylor, L. E. Futch,
H. B. Whittington, L. H. Pillans, H.
C. Jones, B. H. Norris, R. S. Rogers,
B. M. Wilson, E. G. Peek, R. S. Rog Rogers,
ers, Rogers, Howard Clark, D. W. Tompkins,
J. G. Lege, W. H. Marsh, M. A. Ten
Eyck, J. B. Christie, H. S. Minshall,
C. G. Barnett, M. W. Lloyd, W. W.
Eilea, M. M. Little, C. V. Roberts, J.
t. Smoak, Lester Warner, L. Toffa Toffa-lotti,
lotti, Toffa-lotti, J. E. Theus, F. T. Schreiber, C.
A. Fort, Wm. J. Thomas, James B.
Carlisle, S. S. Savage Jr., M. M. Pal Palmer,
mer, Palmer, Lee Miller. R. Thor Weaver, W.
A. Knight, J. J. Blalock, Max Israel Israel-son,
son, Israel-son, Louis R. Chazal, L: J. Blalock,
J. T. Williams, Chas. B. Rawls, M. W.
McDavid, M. M. Carter, W. D. Taylor,
W. L. Armour, P. W. Whiteside, W.
S. Bray, Philip G. Murphy, C. Sim Simmons,
mons, Simmons, B. L. Adams, Charles S. Cullen,
Carroll Fraser, J. R. Martin, T. II.
Johnson, W. R. Bailey, J. W. Crosby,
D E. Mclver, C. B. Ayer, Harvey
Clark, J. K. Dickson, S. M. Lffmmus,
W. W. Condon, Jas. J. Pyles, R. N.
Dosh, L. G. Bailey, H. W. Tucker, R.
T. Adams, R. T. Stroud, DeWitt
Griffin, L. M. Murray, R. L. Carter,
J H. Smith, Thomas Sexton," A. A.
Winer, W. E. Melson, B. D. Black Blackburn,
burn, Blackburn, J. Harry Walters, G. Edw. Mor Morgan,
gan, Morgan, W. A. Wilds.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
GOOD DAY FOR
TIE FIFTH Gil
l ine Weather and Friends of Noted
Teams Build High Hopes on
New York, Oct. 10. Cloudy weath weather
er weather prevailed this morning at seven
o'clock with an official forecast of
rain. The forecaster was of the opin opinion,
ion, opinion, however, that the rain would hold
off until the Giants and Yankees had
completed the fifth world series game.
On even terms, the two teams meet
again and both may try for an edge
with the hurlers they used in the sec second
ond second contest, Hoyt for the Americans
and Nehf for the Nationals. Hoyt
appears to be Huggins' only hope to
put the Yankees in front again. The
partisans of the Giants declare he
cannot possibly maintain the hurling
pace he set last Thursday when he
held the Nationals to two hits, one of
them a scratch, while the Giants!
themselves vow they will pummel the
shoots of any pitcher Huggins sends sends-in.
in. sends-in. "Tell the folks down in Birming Birmingham
ham Birmingham 111 win the world's championship
for the Giants if I am called upon to
pitch the deciding game," was the
message Phil Douglas gave the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press today. The Giants be believe
lieve believe it will be just about Douglas'
turn to twirl again when the all all-important
important all-important game comes around.
Huggins declared today the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees are far from beaten. He said ne
is naturally disappointed at Mays' de defeat
feat defeat yesterday, btu added Mays would
come back. Hoyt is Huggins' choice
to pitch today, while" McGraw said he
would pitch either Nehf or Shea.
New York, Oct. 10. Good weather
was indicated about noon 'for the
fifth game. Early signs of rain had
disappeared and the sun was shining
but the air was somewhat chilly.
FIVE MEN WERE KILLED
WHEN BUILDING COLLAPSED
Lynchburg, Va., Oct. 10. Five
white" men were killed and two others
injured here today when the brick wall
of a building at Fifth and Church
streets collapsed. The building was
being torn down by the city. All the
dead were workmen employed by the
city. Snapping of a plate over an old
fashioned fireplace caused 'the wall to
topple, catching seven men without
PUTTING A CRIMP IN
THE BANDIT BUSINESS
(Associated Press) j
Kansas City, Oct. 10. One of the
three bandits who held up the Muncie
State Bank at Muncie, Kansas, today
and escaped with a few hundred dol dollars,
lars, dollars, was killed and the other two
captured, according to word "from
Muncie. The bandits were fired upon
by the townspeople.
RECORD" MAY BE RUINED
Atlanta, Oct. 10. Claude West,
secretary to three governors of Geor Georgia
gia Georgia and employed two months by Gov.
Hardwick to assist his secretaries and
clerks, was held at police headquar headquarters
ters headquarters this morning on the blanket
charge of suspicion pending the issu issuance
ance issuance of a warrant charging embezzle embezzlement
ment embezzlement of state funds which Governor
Hardwick had directed his secretary
Tampa, Oct. 10. As an aftermath
of' the recent religious revival here,
conducted by student ministers of
various colleges, 97 new members
were received in one church and 81
persons baptized yesterday in a river
by the minister of a suburban church.
More than 1000 negroes were also
THEY WILL LIVEN
THE OLD TOWN UP
Newport, R. I, Oct. 10. This was
moving day for the destroyer force of
the Atlantic fleet. Fifty destroyers
under command of Rear Admiral
Robertson left their summer quarters
in Narragansett Bay for the winter
base at Charleston, S. C.
For Next Sunday When They Return
in Full Force to Their Practically -New
The First Methodist church is al-
most completed. Next Sunday, the
congregation, which has been worship worshiping
ing worshiping in the Temple theater since last
spring -will move back to its own
The church has been completely
overhauled, inside and out, the main
auditorium doubled in seating capaci
ty and one of the best three-story
school houses added for Sunday
school work to be found in Florida.
This Sunday school feature is built to
kike care of a completely graded de departmental
partmental departmental Sunday school. The social
life of the church is provided for in
a large dining room and kitchen as
well as a room that will probably be
used for volley or basket ball and
gymnasium for the younger genera generation.
tion. generation. In addition to thi3 feature in
the building, the lot next to the church
will be fitted up as a tennis court and
outdoor play ground.
The Sunday school and congrega congregation
tion congregation are- making large plans for their
"home-coming" next Sunday, which is
also "Rally Day" in the Sunday school.
Every class has appointed special
committees to get every member
present and to invite "all their friends
to meet with them'. The school has
appointed the following committee on
publicity and poster work: Mrs.
Emily Green, Mrs. M. M. Little, Mrs.
G. W. Martin Carroll Fraser, Miss
Ernestine Brooks, Mrs. L. N. Green
and D. E. Swindell.
For the church services proper,
morning and night, there will be
enough Methodist preachers in town
to run several camp meetings. 'Rev.
C. W. White, the pastor, has invited,
in addition to Bishop Warren A.
Candler, of Atlanta, who has charge
of the work for the church in Florida,
the following well known ministers,
who at some time have been connect connected
ed connected with the local church as pastor or
Rev. H. E. Partridge, Coleman; Dr.
W. M. Poage, Tampa; Rev. J. M. Fite,
South Carolina; Dr. J. P. Hilburn,
Orlando; Dr. T. J. Nixon, Tampa;
Rev. H. Dutill, Jacksonville; Rev. J.
A Hendry, Plant City, Dr. L. W.
Moore, Clearwater; Rev. R. B. Atkis Atkis-scn,
scn, Atkis-scn, superannuated; Rev." Robert IL
Barnett, High Springs; Rev. F. R.
Bridges, Monticello; Dr. Ira S. Patter Patterson,
son, Patterson, missionary secretary, Tampa;
Rev. R. Ira Barnett, Jacksonville; Dr.
J. M. Gross, Miami; Rev. Smith Har-
din, Bradentown, and" Rev. D. A.
Cole, Orlando. As all of these minis ministers
ters ministers who constitute one of the lead leading
ing leading groups in the Florida conference,
have many friends in and near Ocala,
there will be without doubt one of the
largest crowds next Sunday at the
new Methodist church that has ever
assembled in Ocala.
TRYING TO ADJUST TAXES
Washington. Oct. 10 Amendments
to the tax bill proposing a repeal of
al ltransportation taxes, including
those on parcel post packages, a max maximum
imum maximum surtax rate of 50 per cent and
increased estate taxes, were approved
today by a majority of the members
of the Senate finance committee.
Jacksonville, Oct. 10. Counsel for
Pope today announced they would file
a motion Wednesday in the circuit
ccurt for a new trial for the local at attorney,
torney, attorney, convicted Saturday of murder
in the first degree with recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation to mercy, in connection with the
killing of George Hickman by Raw Raw-lmgs
lmgs Raw-lmgs last month. The sterifT was
given the names of 200 veniremen for
jury duty in the trial of Rawlings,
which begins Thursday.
MARION COUNTY SPORTSMEN
INVITED TO TAVARES
The Lake County Fish and Game
Protective Association meets tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night at Tavares, and the asso association
ciation association is anxious to have as many
persons from Marion county a3 pos possible
sible possible who are interested in the protec protection
tion protection of fish and game attend the
For fresh meat call phone 103. Mala
Street Market. tf
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the sparkling waters of Lake Kerr
came into view. Driving on around
this, one of the prettiest of Florida
lakes, we came to the village named
after the lake, a lively little place
when the winter residents are there,
but now dozing sleepily in the autumn-
sunshine. Only one family in
the place. Four miles further and
the roof of the Salt Springs hotel
came in sight, and a few minutes later
the fordobile was cooling itself by
Salt Springs, in the sparkling waters
of which Friend Wilkes and the wri writer,
ter, writer, as soon as possible, inserted their
(Some more of this stuff tomorrow).
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'Salt Springs, Fla,, Oct. 8.
Dear Star: I've been communing
with Nature the past half a ""dozen
days. ; Nature, the grammarians, or
perhaps it is "the geologists, both be being
ing being remarkably scarce among the
writers I deal with, say that Nature
is impersonal; which fact you can't
fully understand until you go to light
your supper fire in the vast wilder wilderness
ness wilderness and realize with a gasp of horror
that your 'last boxof matches is wet.
It is a fixed habit of mine to take a
vacation every decade. I entirely skip skip-ned
ned skip-ned the last decade, so decided to take
two during this one. -Even at that, I
had to run over a year and three three-quarters
quarters three-quarters waiting for the time, the op opportunity
portunity opportunity and the coin. I borrowed
Even with-these, I couldn't have
made the riffle, but for the aid of my
brother in half a dozen orders and
clubs, J. D. Wilkes. Friend Wilkes
has a fordobile, a tent and other ap appurtenances
purtenances appurtenances of a camping outfit. I
bought (or had charged) a bushel of
canned goods, a bunch, of tin table
ware, a gaudy percolator to make
coffee in, and various other things. I
had an alcohol stove about as big as
one of the union station restaurant's
coffee cups, and to feed it I carried
two quartsof wood alcohol. On-, the
, bottle containing the same I had Doc'
Carlisle paste many gruesome labels
and grim: deaths so that if some too-
festive person was found dead near
my tent I could produce a good alibi,
" A certain charitable M. D., who was
with the A. E. F., loaned me a sub substantial
stantial substantial army cot, which I thought a
marvel of Yankee ingenuity until I
found a decidedly Teutonic name in
scribed thereon. I guess Doc's outfit
was too swift for the Fritzies some
time when they were burning the
supplies they couldn't carry away.
No, I won't tell his name;'! might
want to borrow that cot again.
Wilkes and I set sail, or rather
began to burn gasoline, about 10:30
Monday : morning and were soon in
that large and valuable part of the
county generally referred to in Ocaia
as "Over the River." IH be pretty well
satisfied if I find as good a place to
stay in when I go "over the river.'
The scenery along the right of
way was part of that terrible country
referred to in most of Florida's daily
press as the "open range," which was
dotted with specimens of what the
said press shrieks about as that
long, lean, stringy, ticky beef cattle,
All the bovines in sight that morning
,were in fair condition not rolling fat,
" but the ir frames well : covered with
good, firm meat. Many were close to
the road, and no ticks were discernible
on them. Some of the editors who
write harrowing stories about cattle
they never see are punished for their
sins by ; paying for the meat at pack packinghouse
inghouse packinghouse prices as western beef, in
hotels and restaurants all over the
state. It is a safe bet that if a Texas
steer aiad a Florida steer stood side
ty side the majority of Florida news-
p?per men couldn't tell to which state
either belonged. -
We drove for miles across a corner
of the forest reserve, which was burn burned
ed burned over last spring. Nature had al already
ready already begun to repair the damage
erreen iohasre erowine uo amid or
coverinsr the blackened ground and
bushesy I was interested in the thou
sands and thousands of small dead
trees blackjack and dwarfed oak.
It. was the biggest collection of stove
wood on the hoof I ever saw.
We went on until we saw Uncle Ned
Williamson's cozy home nestling on
the sunny hillside to the right, and a
little further on, on the hill top, the
lone soldier's grave, which hasn't any
fence around it, and yet a little fur
ther, emerging from a patch of forest,
(By Edgar A. Guest)
Bit of a priest and bit of a sailor.
Bit of a doctor and bit of a tailor,
Bit of a lawyer and bit of a detective,
Bit of a judge for his work is cor corrective;
rective; corrective; Cheering the living and soothing the
Risking all things, even dare-devil
True to his paper and true to his
Just look ms over- the newspaper
Sleep! There are times when hell do
with a little,
Work till his nerves and his temper
ire cannot daunt him, nor long hours
. disturb him,
Gold cannot buy him and threads can
not curb him; ,
Highbrow or lowbrow, you own
speech hell hand you,
Talk as you will to him, hell under
Hell go wherever another man can,
lhat is the way or the newspaper
Surgeon, if urgent theneed be, youH
7 find him,
Ready to help, nor will dizziness blind
le II give the ether and never once
Say the last rites like a priest at the
Gentle and kind with the weak and
Which is proved now and when his
keen eyes grow teary,
Facing all things m life s curious
That is the way of the newspaper
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WITH ME
My samples have just arrived for j
npw fall nnri wintpr ernta and nrpr. I
coats. Let me take your measure.
Pay while you wear on our generous
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Washington, Oct. 4.
Editor Star: I will appreciate it if
you will give publicity to the fact that j charge account plan. B. GOLDMAN,
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Jacksonville,-Oct. 8. Shriner's Day
at the Florida State Fair and Expo Exposition,
sition, Exposition, which will be staged here Nov.
12 to 19, promises to bring together
the greatest collection of nobles in
the history of Florida. The state fair
management has set aside Tuesday,
Nov. 15 as "Shriner's Day, 'and Mo Morocco
rocco Morocco Temple, Jacksonville, has active
charge of arrangements for the big
doings. While the program has not
been divulged to date, the committee
promises it will be a "hum dinger."
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One night & week he may, rest from
One night at home to be father and
Just a few hours for his own bit of
All the rest's gazing at other men's
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Tampa, Oct. 8. The case of Arthur
Gill, Dewitt Adams, Andrea Reina,
alias Joe Reina, Gio Cacciatore and
Philip M. Licata, charged with assault
with intent to murder in connection
with the attempted hold-up of an au automobile
tomobile automobile carrying $20,900 payroll
money of the Regensburg cigar fac factory
tory factory in West Tampa, several weeks
ago, has been set for trial in criminal
court here October 24. Licata is now
at liberty under $10,000 cash bond.
Reina and Cacciatore has not been
apprehended but- informations have
been filed against them.
The Regensburg payroll car was
held up on a street in a sparsely set settled
tled settled section of West Tampa and in a
pistol fight between the bandits and
the; men in the pay car, Gill. -was
wounded in the leg and two men in
the Regensburg machine were slightly
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Jacksonville, Oct. 7. The latter
part of October and the month of
November will be the open season for
county fairs when the countryside
will get together for the annual ex
hibition of agricultural accomplish
ments, live stock progress and other
things. The bally-hoo man will hold
forth from his greatest show in the
world, while many a young Romeo
will wish there was a law against ope
rators of "fish-ponds," candy wheels
and the like.
Many of the fairs will have running
and trotting races as features, and
the officials will in some cases have
their hands full in curbing. the incli inclination
nation inclination to back one's favorite in terms
of finance. Automobile races will
have a place on some of the pro
grams while the professional avia aviator
tor aviator has also come to the front of
late. For a cash consideration those
of the more venturesome make-up
can visit the clouds for their first hair
thriller. If the law is enforced the
"Wild Man from Borneo' will be con
spicuous this year by his absence, the
recent legislature having sounded his
death knell in this state, as well as
outlawing the exhibition of other
freaks, either human or animal. There
is no reason, however, why the "fly "flying
ing "flying jenny" or the Ferris wheel should
not continue to turn, the former to the
tune f weird music. Maybe, too, the
circus will be in town during many
of the meetings, and then young Am America
erica America will become belligerent.
With the passing of November the
ccunty fairs will have gone until
next year. Amateur fairs and cir circuses
cuses circuses will remain with the young youngsters,
sters, youngsters, for quite a while, as they at attempt
tempt attempt to emulate the dare-devil feats
they have witnessed.
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OCALA EVENING STAB, BIONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1921
tfTW A'Pmri t Wiih his two daughters.
Ail and "herrv the latter just eighteen
va&ra old. a.nd his niece. Anne, Doctor
Ktrioktanri retired, la Uvinz &t Mil) Val-
iv. a short distance from San Francisco.
Hi -closest friend is Peter Joyce, ome-
thln of a 'recluse. Vlsttlnr in ue vi vi-rinitv
rinitv vi-rinitv Martin Llovd. mining engineer.
falls in love with and wecretly bcome
engaged to Cherry.
tr a TTc-Tr it wwi tii a family
TMMtiiatinr na to IJovd'a Intentions. Cher
ry brings him to supper, practically aa-
nounclng her engagement to him.
cm A PTEB: III Do tor Strickland feels
Cherry Is too young to marry an ur?
her to wait at least a year, but the girl
coaxes him Into agreeing to aa immediate
wedding ana the ceremony Ui.s.es P'aca,
the couDle leaving at one jot ci niuu,
where Martin Is employed.
fTTAPTPtltr IV. The honeymoon days
over. Cherry begins to feel a vague dis
satisfaction with Martin and the monot
ony of her daily life.
CHAPTER V. At Mill Valley, Justin
Little, lawyer, becomes enraged to Anne.
the wedding being set for September,
some months distant. Al x visits Cherry
at Kl Nldo.and the two sirls coax Mar Martin
tin Martin Into allowing Cherry to go home for
CHAPTER VI. In her father's house
Cherry contrasts the pea oful, happy life
there with her rather sordid existence at
El Nldo and realizes that her marriage
has been something of a failure. Doctor
Strickland. Ceding that Cherry is not be-.
Ing fair to Martin, in that she is unduly
prolonging her visit after Anne's wed wedding,
ding, wedding, urges her to return ;o her husband. husband.-She
She husband.-She makes preparations for her departure.
CHAPTER VII. Peter Joyce tells Cher Cherry
ry Cherry he has had one "grand passion" In his
life, hut the woman was not for him. He
does not reveal her name. Cherry rejoins
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.
CHAPTEIt 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 :lt Is discovered that years ago
he had borrowed money from Anne's fa father
ther father and suemlngly the debt was never
discharged, i 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, retuirns, 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 hoi.ie and Is mak making
ing making a fair l!lving singing. Joyce urges her
to marry him. She consents and they
nave a simple weaaing ana go 10 joyco
home to live, ideally hapiy.
L leave El Nido and go to Red Creek, a
change somewhat for the better, but
Cherry retains the old feeling of dissatis dissatisfaction.
faction. dissatisfaction. Sue 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
CHAPTER XII. Peter confesses his
love to Cherry, and she admits a like feel-
Ins- for h m. A situation Doraenng on
hidden guilt Is created. In the doctor's
FHhlR Alix finds a receiDt for the money
he had borrowed. Anne's claim falls to
the ground and Alix and Cherry are
s financially Independent. Heartbroken over
their tragic position, Peter vainly seeks
a. solution which shall mane ior tne mu
tua! -happiness of Cherry and himself, but
there seems no way.
CHAPTER XIII. Mrs.- North, .Martin
IJovd'a aunt, has her suspicions concern
In Peter and Cherry and the lovers feel
the danger of the situation.
chapter. XIV. Joyce urges Cherry
to leave Martin and go away with him
td some remote part of the world where
thev can live their lives togetner. ne
finally consents, feeling that Alix will for
give, and Peter makes arrangements for
. Alix, alter watcmng ner lor a trou
bled minute, went to her and put her
arm about her. "Don't cry, Cherry
she pleaded sorrowfully.
. Cherry, regaining self-control, re
sumed her work silently, with an oc
casional, sudden sigh. She had opened
the subject with reluctance; now she
realized that they had again reached
a blank wall.
Three "days after their talk in the
moonlit; garden Peter found chance
to speak alone to Cherry.
"Are you ready?" he asked.
. "Quite!" she said, raising blue eyes
I "It's tomorrow, then, Cherry!" he
I "Tomorrow !" He saw the color ebb
from her face as she echoed him. This
was already late afternoon; perhaps
her thoughts raced ahead to tomorrow
afternoon at" this time when they two
would be leaning on the rail of the
little steamer, 'gazing out over the
smooth, boundless blue of the Pacific,
and aloDe in the world.
"Tomorrow you will be mine!" be
said. "; J
"That's ail I think of," she an answered.
swered. answered. And now the color came up
in a splendid wave of flame, and the
face that she turned toward his was
radiant with proud surrender.
He told her the number of the dock ;
they discussed trains.
"We sail, at eleven," said Peter, "but
I shall be there shortly after ten. Ill
have the baggage on board, everything
ready; you only have to cross the
gangplank. You have your baggage
check; give It to me."
They were waiting in the car while
Alix marketed. Cherry opened her
purse and gave him the punched card
nn tpii Alix that I have a last
aenust appointment at hTnr-past tu,
she said. "If she goes in with me.
we'll go to the very door. Bat she
says she can't come in tomorrow, any
way.' I'll write her tonight, and drop
the letter on the way to the boat. To Tomorrow,
morrow, Tomorrow, then! was Cherry's onJy an
swer. "Fa glad it's so soon."
e ". ' "
, "Good-by P. said Cherry, leaning
over the side of the car to kiss her
sister. Alix received the kiss, smiled,
and stretched in the sun.
"Heavenly day to waste In the city!"
. T know r Cherry said nervously.
She had been so strangely nervous
and distracted In manner all morning
that Alix bad more than once asked
her if there was anything wrong. Now
she questioned her again.
"Ton mustn't mind me F Cherry
said with a laugh. "I'm desperately
unhappy," she said, her eyes watering.
Td do anything In the world to help
you. Cerise I" Alix said sympathet sympathetically.
I know you would. Sis 1 I believe,"
Cherry said, trembling, "that there's
nothing you wouldn't give me 1"
"That's easily, said," Alix answered
carelessly, "for I don't get fond "of
' things, as you do My dear, I'd go off
with Martin to Mexico in a minute.
I mean It I don't care a whoop
where I live, if only people are happy."
"How about Buck?" Cherry said, as
the dog leaped to his place on the front
seat and licked his mistress ear.
AUx embraced him lovingly.
"Well if he wanted to go with
you !" she conceded unwillingly. "But
he wouldn't I" she added quickly.
Cherry, going to the train, gave her
an April smile, and as she took her
seat and the train drew on its way, it
seemed to her suddenly that she might
Indeed meet Peter, but it would only
be to tell him that what they Had
planned was impossible.
But on the deck of the Sausalito
steamer, dreaming in the sunshine of
the soft, lazy autumn day, her heart
turned sick with longing once more.
Alix was forgotten,, everything was
forgotten except Peter. His voice, his
tall figure, erect, yet moving with the
little limp she knew so well, came to
her thoughts. 'She thought of herself
on the other steamer, only an hour
from now, safe in his care, Martin for forgotten,
gotten, forgotten, and all the perplexities and
disappointments of the old life for forgotten,
gotten, forgotten, in the flood of new security
and Joy. Los Angeles New Orleans
France it mattered not where they
wandered ; they might- well lose the
world, and the world them, from today
"So that la to be my life one of
the blamed and Ignored women?"
Cherry mused, leaning on the rail
and watching the plunge of the re receding
ceding receding water. "Like the heroines of
half the books only it always seented
so bold and so frightful in books
But to me it just seems the most nat
ural thing in all the world. I love
Peter, and he loves me, and the earth
is big enough to hide us, and that's
all there Is to It. Anyway, right or
wrong, I can't help it," she finished,-
rejoicing to find herself suddenly
serene and confident.
It was twenty minutes past ten, a
warm, sweet morning, with great hur
rying back and forth at the ferry.
women climbing to the open seats of
the cable cars, pinning on their violets
or roses as they climbed. Cherry sped
through It all, beside herself now with
excitement and strain, only anxious to
have the great hands of the clock drop
more speedily from minute to min minute,
ute, minute, and so round out the terrible hour
that joined the old life to the new.
She was hurrying blindly toward the
dock of the Los Angeles line, absorbed
In her one whirling thought, when
somebody touched her arm, and a
In Utter Confusion She Looked Up.
It Was Martin!
voice, terrif yingly unexpected and yet
.familiar, addressed her. and a hand
was laid on her arm.
In utter confusion she looked up.
It was Martin who stopped her.
For a few dreadful seconds a sort
of vertigo seized Cherry and she w,as
unable to collect her thoughts or to
speak even the most casual words of
greeting. She had been so full of her
extraordinary errand that she was be bewildered
wildered bewildered and sick at Its interruption;
her heart thundered, her throat was
choked, and her knees shook beneath
her. Where was she what was
known :bow much had she be betrayed
trayed betrayed Gasping, trying to smile, she looked J
k .T i T tnl
whirled about her and pulses drummed
"HI 1 PSk
in her ears. She'haa automatically
given him her hand; now he kissed
"Hello. Cherry; where you going?"
for the third time.
"T came Into town to shop." she
"You what?" She had not really
been Intelligible, and she felt it, with
a pang of fright. He must not suspect
the steamer was there, only a short
block away ; Peter might pass 'them ;
a chance word might be fatal he must
"I'm shopping!" she said distinctly.
with dry lips. And she managed to
"Well," Martin said, "surprised to
- "Oh, Martin" said her fluttered
voice. Even in the utter panic of
heart and soul she knew that for
safety's sake she must find his vanity.
"I'm going to tell you something
that will surprise you," he said. Tm
through with the Red Creek people!"
"Martini" Cherry enunciated almost
volcelessly. She looked from a flower
vendor to a newsboy, looked at the
cars, the people she must not faint.
She must not faint.
"Well but where are you going?
"I was going to the dentist a min minute,
ute, minute, but it's not important." They
had turned and were walking across
to the ferry. She knew that there was
no way in which she might escape
him. "What did you say?" she said.
"I asked you when the next boat
left for MU1 Valley?"
"We can go find out." Cherry's
thoughts were spinning. She must
warn Peter somehow. It was twenty
minutes of eleven by the ferry clock.
Twenty minutes of eleven. In twenty
minutes the boat would sail. She
thought desperately of the women's
waiting room upstairs; she might
plead the necessity of telephoning
from It. But It had but one door, and
Martin would wait at that door.
Suddenly she realized that her only
hope of warning Peter was to send
a messenger. But If Martin should
chance to connect her neighborhood
with the boat, when he met her, and
her sending of a message to Peter
"I think there's a boat at eleven
something," she said, collectively.
"Suppose you go and find out?"
She glanced toward the entrance
of the Sausalito waiting-room, a hun hundred
dred hundred yards away, and a mad hope
leaped in her heart. If he turned his
back on" her
"What are you going to do?" he
asked, somewhat surprised
"I ought to telephone Alix!" Her
despair lent her wit. If he went to
the ticket office, and she into a tele telephone
phone telephone booth, she might escape him
yet! While he dawdled here, minutes
were flying, and Peter was watching
.every car and every passer-by, torn
with the same agony that was tearing
her. "If you'll go find out the exact
time and get tickets," she said, "I'll
"Tickets?" he echoed, with all Mar Martin's
tin's Martin's old, maddening, slowness.
"Haven't you got a return ticket?"
"I have mileage!" she blundered.
"Oh, then I'll use your mileage!"
Martin said. Telephone," he added,
nodding toward a row of booths, "no
hurry; we've got piles of time!"
She remembered that he liked a
masculine assumption of easiness
where all trains, tickets, railroad con connections,
nections, connections, and transit business of any
sort were concerned. He liked to loi loiter
ter loiter elaborately while other people
were running, liked to pull out his
big watch and assufe her that they had
all the time in the world. She tried
f call a number, left the booth, paid
a staring girl, and rejoined him.
"Busy!" she reported.
. "I was just thinking," Martin said.
."that we might stay in town and go
to the Orpheum; how about it? Do
we have to have Peter and Alix?"
Cherry flushed, angered again, in
the well-remembered way, under all
her fright and stir. Her voice had
Its old bored note.
"Well, Martin, I've been their guest
for two months!"
"I'd just as soon have them!" Mar Martin
tin Martin conceded, indifferently.
But the diverted thought had helped
Cherry, irritation had nerved her, and
the reminder of Martin's old, trying
stupidities had lessened her fear 'of
"I've got to send a telegram for
Alix," she said.
"What about?" he asked, less curi curious
ous curious than Ill-bred.
"Goodby to some people who are
sailing!" Cherry answered, calmly.
"Only don't mention it to Alix, because
I promised It would go earlier!" she
"I saw' the office back herf," he told
her. They went to It together, and ;
he was within five feet of her while
she scribbled her note.
"Martin met me. Nothing wrong.
We are returning t Mill Valley. C
L." She glanced at her husband; he
was standing in the doorway, of the
little office, smoking". Quickly she ad addressed
dressed addressed the envelope. "Don't read
that name out loud," she said, softly
but very slowly and distinctly, to the
girl at the desk. She put a gold piece
down on the notfc. "Keep the change,
and. for Gol's sake get that to the
Harvard, sailing from Dock 67. before
.'eleven !" she said.
. The girl looked up in surprise ; but
rose immediately to the occasion.
Cherry's lMauty. her agonized eyes
and voice, vrere enough to awaken her
sense of tfce dramatic. A sharp rap
of the clerfci's pencil suinin'jned a boy.
Complete assortment of the genu genuine
ine genuine Parker. Lucky-Curve Fountain
Pens at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store
RED GROSS GIVES
$19,361,657 Allotted for Curv
rent Program of Relief
MILLIONS FOR VETERAN AID
Medical Aid for European Chi! Chi!-.
. Chi!-. dren Will Cost $6,000, $6,000,-000
000 $6,000,-000 This Year.
Washington. Expenditures totalling
$1961,657 for carrying through its
program of relief and services 'In the
United States and overseas are out outlined
lined outlined in the budget of the American
Red Cross for the current fiscal year.
This total is more than $5,000,000 low lower
er lower than the expenditure during tfce
last fiscal year, when the disburse
ments reached $24,492,741, it Is an announced
nounced announced at National Headquarters in
a statement calling attention to the
necessity of continued support of the
organization by response to the An Annual
nual Annual Roll Call, November 11 to 24,
if the vital work of the society Is to
be effectively carried on.,
Outstanding among the items of the
domestic budget is the appropriation
of $3,660,256 for work in behalf of
the disabled ex-service man and his
family. This appropriation represents
the amount alloted to this work from
National Headquarters only and does
not take into consideration the mil millions
lions millions being spent in chapters for r& r&-lief
lief r&-lief of the World War veteran. It
is In the chapter that the greater
amount Is spent In meeting this obli obligation
gation obligation of the Red Cross, the announce announcement
ment announcement continues, as manifested by fig figures
ures figures of the fiscal year 1920-1921 when
the total was approximately $9,000, $9,000,-000,
000, $9,000,-000, of which $2,602,094 represented
the disbursement of National Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters while the remainder was the
chapters' contribution to this field of
, Red Cross service.
Vast Work for Disabled
Chief among the sub-divisions of
the appropriation for work with vet
erans is tnat wnicn concerns ltsen
with assistance, to disabled men and
women in government hospitals. This
item of $1,790,000, an increase of more
than $500,000 over the appropriation
for the aiue work in last year's bud budget,
get, budget, will provide those personal serv services
ices services for the disabled and their families
which are Indispensable to supplement
those provided by the government.
The dire ner of the Veterans Bureau
has recently expressed his desire that
the Red Cross should continue and
extend these "humanizing services."
Other Items of the appropriation for
veterans' relief are proportionately 'n-
creased. An additional appropriation
of $469,600 has been made for Red
Cross work in connection with regu regular
lar regular Army and Navy hospitals and
with the regular Army and Navy.
For disaster relief, the Red Cross
has set aside for the current twelve
months an appropriation of $543,976,
virtually doubling the appropriation
for the same purpose 'or the fiscal
. More than $2,000,000 is provided for
service and assistance to the 3,6K)
Red Cross chapters by the national
Helping Destitute Children
Other items of the domestic budget
Include $498,546 for miscellaneous ac activities,
tivities, activities, including contributions re restricted
stricted restricted for special purposes and $76S, $76S,-600
600 $76S,-600 for management. Each of these
items represents large reductions over
similar appropriations of the previous
From a fund of $10,000,000, $5,000, $5,000,-000
000 $5,000,-000 of which was contributed through
the European Relief Council campaign
and $5,000,000 allotted by the Red
Cross for child welfare work in
Europe, there remains $8,765,108 still
available, of which It is estimated
that $6,000,000 will be required for
this work- during the current year.
For Red Cross participation in the
joint effort to relieve famine condi conditions
tions conditions in Russld, for final work In the
China famine, for Junior Red Cross
and other overseas-activities including
the closing of the old general rell?f
program in Europe $4,978,000 is made
In announcing the national budget,
the Red Cross makes -It clear that
the figures do not include chapter ex expenditures
penditures expenditures or place any cash estimate
on the invaluable service of volun volunteers
teers volunteers In chapters.
OF THE WORLD WAR
THAT IS COSTING
$10,000,000 A YEAR,
RED CROSS IS HELPING
TO ITS DEFENDERS.
HELP THE RED CROSS
CONTINUE THIS WORK
BY ANSWERING THE
ANNUAL ROLL CALL
NOVEMBER 11-24, 1921.
"The Stucco Man" Phone 526
NEEDMM MOTOR CO..
Gasohne, Oils and Grease
Large line of Electrial Parts
We use genuine parts in our
Oklawaha Ave. tL Orange St.
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
Generators Renewed I
All work dne by experts
and every job guaranteed
Geo. J. Williams
'SEE ME FOR
Everything in the Btdlding line
My Wort is Guaranteed
W. A. TINSMAN
A l.l I Nrrnl Hi
nUU I lUllLLIlllIU U
When you want your house, j
furniture, stock or goods of V
any Vind sold, he will auction H
it off for vou. and set full H
market value. Consult him if ft
vnn have anvthinp" to sell. V
J. II. CRAMER
P.CBox 310 Oeala. Fla. It
Telephone 419 ?
.Nij-i I can now give you the
very latest, up-to-date
methods, assuring you
Sric .vN the most careful and
' thoro service.
DR. K. J. WEIIIE,
Optometrist find Optician
Special Mixtures. Sweet Peas,
Dwarf Nasturtium in Bulk.
G. C. GREENE
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Flmbalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
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.
LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located
m Commercial Bank building:. 0f3: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 foi XI. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street 27-tf
Visit my ladies' ready-to-wear de department.
partment. department. Ladies coat suit3, skirt3,
shirt waist and dresses. Moderate
prices and easy terms. B. Goldman's
Furniture Store, corner Fort King
and Magnolia street. tf
Call phone iuS when you want groc
eries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
LATE AND LUE GIM
GONG ORANGE AND
Two and Three Year Old Trees
Ready for Immedite Delivery
WARTMASN NURSERY CO.
S Geo. MacKay Co.
tl Oriila. Fl.i-
HIGH GRADE PAINT
I have decided to put on the market
rr.y land out on the Silver Springs
road, Oklawaha and Fort King ave avenues.
nues. avenues. Will sell or five-acre lota.
part cash and five years to pay bal
ance, bee me for terms.
Ocala is now rapidly building east
and is certain to build out on thia
property. Buy a lot and start you an
Seventy acjes of fine watermelon
and tomato land 3 miles east of
Ocala. Will e ither rent or sell. House
and good well of water. Easy terms.
Half of Block 37, Old 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.
Fred K. Demetree Salecm M. Shasby
TOE EAGLE GROCERY
Opposite Harrington Call Hotel
To get acquainted we are mak making
ing making to the public a special price
on our 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.. $1.50
Gold Medal Flour, 12 lb. sack.... 80c
Gold Medal Flour, 98 lb. sack $3.75
Pillsbury Flour prices same as
Gold Medal Flour.
Fashion S. R. Flour, 96 lb. sack. .$4.55
Fashion S. R. Flour, 24 lb. sack. $1.20,
Fashion S. R. Flour, 12 lb. sack.. 60c
Maxwell House Coffee, pound 25c
Arbuckle's Coffee, pound 25c
Tall Can Milk .". 13c
Baby Can Milk 6c
Navy and Baby Lima Beans, lb... 8c
Elack Eeye Peas, new crop, lb.... 10c
Sugar per pound 7c
Eagle Brand Milk 23c
Dime Brand Milk 15c
F.. 11 linn IT i ti!c i r rf VorrofiT oc
run line a una aaui vyviuuic
Our entire stock will be sold at a
reasonable price, you are looseing
money ever)' day if you dont trade
here. All we ask is to try us once.
THE EAGLE GROCERY
Phone 74 Opp. Harrington Hall
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule njures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St FetrsDrg 4:uapm
2:55 am N York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
?:20am J&cksnville-NTfork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
1:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R- K.
1:21 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gair.viLe 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St.Petsbrg-LakeIand I:Zopm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcx
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkland ll:C3pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesturg 6:42 am
1:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
Tuesaav. Thursav Saturday.
Pompano and Spanish Mackerel at
the City Fish Market.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1921
IN HONOR OF A BRIDE-ELECT
Mrs. Harry Borland
1 iL. 1 1.1
If you have any society items for avenue was me scene ox an enjvy
I UriUgV pel I t Jf illC IU1UI BLUC1UC vl
the afternoon was pink and white, and
MONUMENT DAY AT MARIANNA
the Star, please call five-one.
The Star regret3 to learn of the ill illness
ness illness of Mr. William Altman.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Meggs of Jack-! (Marianna Timej-Couner)
sonville, announce the engagement The preparations under way to
and approaching marriage of their j make the unveiling ceremonies of the
daughter, Leila to Mr. Thompson j Marianna monument on November 2
Brooks Simkins Denham. Times-
was cleverly carried out in all de-1 Union.
THE BOOK SHOP is showing some
new thinsrs in several lines: Screens?
Pottery, Japanese Linens.
tails. The lower floor of the house
was opened en suite, and the tables
for the afternoon's games were plac
ed in the rooms.- Asparagus fern
daintily outlined the curtains, pic
Miss Meggs is the daughter of Mr.
L. L. Meggs, long time a resident of
i i i ;
a memoraDie aay, is tne aDsoromg
local interest. This monument is be-":
ing erected by the Florida Division of
United Daughters of the Confederacy,
the William Henry Milton chapter of
Marianna, and citizens, to perpetuate
f wninr Smith has been auitefof green on the white background.
ill for the past week, but we are glad Vases of pink and wnite carnations
to report is somewhat better. ar.a pm ana wm ruses wer icv-
lively arrangea in iue rwms. xuc
tallies were heart-shaped and further
carried out the color motif.
Several exceptional bargains in
rugs and ait-t squares if sold at once.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
Miss Ethel Freeman of Belleview, is the memory of the Confederate heroes
tares, etc., forming a delicate tracery J home again after a four months visit ; of the Marianna raid which occurred
with her aunt, Mrs. George Green in i September Zt, lb. mis Dattie was
Winston-Salem, N. C. She stopped in 1 one, of the three fought on Florida soil
Ocala to see her mother, Mrs. J. A. during the war between the states.
Freeman, who is ill at the hospitaL
The many friends of Miss Ethel will
be glad to have her with them again
There .were seven tables of players i a? she was greatly missed during her
and the ever fascinating game of auc- absence.
Dr. E. G, Peek and family have asjtion bridge was the diversion of the
their guestl Dr. Peek's mother, Mrs. J afternoon. Miss Marian Dewey being
Lucy Felton of Williston. Mrs. Felton J holder of the highest score of the aft-
ai rived Friday for a short visit.
Everything in the line of house fur.
nishings may be found here. New fur furniture
niture furniture exchanged for old if desire
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
ernoon, she was presented with a pair
of silk stockings and Miss Elizabeth
Goff of Statesburg, was presented
with the" consolation. 4
At the conclusion of the games, the
hostess erved dainty refreshments
ronsistinEr of chicken salad, sand-
- Miss Jessie Pmson, a member wjches, olives and halted almonds,
the primary school faculty, was the z th wmDDed cream and
guest of Dunnellon friends for the white cake decorated with pink hearts,
week-end. I nink and white mintes.
Mrs. Borland entertained in honor
It was reported the latter part of
last week that Mrs. C. C. Arms had
leased her popular boarding house and
would leave Ocala. So great was the
rproar raised by her boarders that
Mrs. Arms wfcs persuaded not to
leave her "children." Last night when
she made known her decision there
was a regular jubilee at the Arms
I house and Mrs. Arms was hugged and
kissed until she was breathless.
Supplementing the fund which has
been in course of accumulation by the
William Henry Milton chapter and the
Florida division, for several years,
the last legislature generously ap appropriated
propriated appropriated $5000 to this purpose. The
Wednesday, OctcplliSF 12
4:15 p. m. al Hunter Paris
O.H.S. Varsity vs. Mose's All !oro
Admission 15c. Come oat and bclp the boys
HISTORICAL PAGEANT r
TO FEATURE BIRMINGHAM'S
Birmingham, Oct. 8. The
Test our delivery service when you nf Mi Sue Moore, who is a bride
ant FRESH meat. Just call phone I , fh- montu th honoree of next council.
The Star has and will print tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow a petition asking Dr. H. W. Hen Henri
ri Henri to represent the first ward in the
Dr. Henry is one of
monument which is a beautiful shaft muiguHu
of Georgia granite, standing thirty-f her fiftieth birthday during the
five feet high, upon a massive granite i;k of ctobr 2 ?M 'he
1 til 1. 1 -,1 1 !.. VVIIUII U,Ellt IKUllkUIE
OZSe, will nui VIU iiuu uiut.ii iu ure. - - ;
civic beautv of the citv. but stand asiCTmury 0i urn. rum grvup tUK SALinome or seven rooms,
KRYSO Sore head remedy for chick chick-ens
ens chick-ens and other poultry, fifty cents by
mail or dealer will get it for you.
Address KRYSO. Box 1163, Tampa,
a daily reminder to the passer-by of J or cornneia. in 4oi to ine ouuw b
the best sentiment there is" in Dixie, 'amg inaustruu center .n
I ri i a. l I :H
oince vne nrsi nouse was uuut in
The work on the foundation is in pro
gress in the park on Fayette street
Birmingham only 50 years ago, the
opposite the First National Bank.jPant can Present only hal cen"
IJIJf Ul lllC UULUIJI VI lilt
The early history of Alabama, colo-1
i m J :
The monument itself will be erected
fcy October 15th, ready for the un unveiling
veiling unveiling ceremonies of November 2nd,
Mrs. Frank D. Travey of Pensacola,
jiantry 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 BrosV store opposite Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hoteL 30-tf
nial davg an dthe civil war period and FOR SALE Two four-room houses,
reconstiuction will be grouped in a
Main Street Market. tf the occasion, who is a decided blonde, Ocala'a most enterprising and public-
Mr. Hairley Marsh, who came from
Tampa Saturday to visit his wife and
mother and other relatives here, re
turned to the Gulf City this morning.
There's no extra charge for clean
ir.g your fish at the City Fish Market. Ig
was unusually attractive in a hand
some gown of black canton crepe
trimmed with touches of green geor georgette.'
gette.' georgette.' This chic costume was com completed
pleted completed with a picture hat of black
panne velvet. For remembrance of
the occasion the hostess presented
a dainty piece of
spirited citizens. If elected he will
make a fine alderman.
Airs. rrariK. u. xraejf ui rcusai;uia,
president of the Florida division of !Prelude- The mam pageant will con
The numerous friends of Arthur
Cobb7 who has been sick quite a while,
are glad to see him walking around,
considerably thinned out, but yet
wearing the same old, cheerful coun
Robert MacKay has declined the
request of many ofk his friends to
stand for the office of alderman from
Ithe third ward. By so doing, he has
saved himself much thankless work.
Yet of all the young men in our city,
we doubt that there is one whom the
people would rather look to for good
work and good sense than Robert
The following were those present
en this occasion: Mrs. Norton Davis,
Mrs. Trusten Drake, Mrs. Parker
Painter, Mrs. Charles Lloyd, Mrs. R.
c H.11 fr Paul SUmmnns. Mrs. F.
x t w w- WHr. Mr J A number of the friends of Mr.
M. W. Lloyd, Mrs. Alison Wartmann, Don Mclver, the veteran alderman
Mrs. Frederick Hocker, Mrs. Harvey .from the,th ard; thmk $e shuld
- AMliniiA fill ika nlota on1 a
M. Withers, .Misses
the U. D. C, will make the presenta presentation,
tion, presentation, and Governor Cary A. Hardee,
the unveiling address. The exercises
will embrace a magnificent parade
consisting of a detachment of troops
of the National Guard, aged Confed Confederate
erate Confederate veterans. Daughters of the. Con
federacy in cars, county officials and
citizens, automobiles and floats deco
rated in the colors of the Confederacy,
sist of a series of separate episodes
showing the various periods in the
building of Birmingham.
Fifteen hundred persons will take
part, including a chorus of 500 spe specially
cially specially trained voices, and several hun hundred
dred hundred young people who will take the
dancing paits. Orchestras and bands
will provide the music.
The pageant was prepared from a
BAXTER TRANSFER CO. When in
need of any kind of hauling, giva
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Charges reasonable. Phone 169 and
headed by a band of twenty-two Ui a j
vm t,o vmmn nnvnl toriana. The episodes to be present-
reservation at Pensacola. A promi-
W. Tiavo thu fnllnwinc in todav:
Grapes, apples, avocado pears, bana- f11 : A 1 A.-' n:.. culating a petition to that effect. Mr
nas, celery, cocoanuts, VP'lZ.l Hen Mclver has served the city long and
,cv -Pl,nno Mfi Fnrt Kin Gon- Bullock, Blair Woodrow, Eloise Hen-. u v
sauash. -Phone 596, Fort King Con
ry, Marian Dewey, Elizabeth Goff,
Callie Gissendaner, Margaret Lloyd,
ATarv Rurford. Ava Lee Edwards, Ma-
lf- T XT T? -t- -v T on) enn T
latter part of the week, to visit Mrs.
Bryan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wv W.
faithfully, and that he has done much
good work none can deny.
When you want service, always gt
T.. K. Gordrev to do it for you. He
Clifford Weaver of Miami, who is
and Mrs. T. M. Moore and Mrs. H. M. a siuaent oi me u. oi x., spent n.c
Hampton joined the players after the week end in Ocala, coming especially
to see nis motner, airs. a. a. weaver,
who has been quite ill at the hospital.
The Star is glad to note Mrs. Wea Weaver's
ver's Weaver's continued improvement.
Miss Georgia M. Franc and Miss
Elizabeth McAulay, two charming
will do your moving and hauling of young ladies of Brooklyn, N. Y., spent
a! kinds:. Reasonable prices. Call Saturday and Sunday in Oeala guests
I -m. m- TT-l rt -T TTT il S
T Pnrrou tf I bf Mr. WMX Mrs. D. weme anu
nent feature of the parade will be a
large float carrying a bevy of dimpled
girls and ruddy boys, nearly fifty in
number, from Mrs. Moses Guyton's
chapter of the Children of the Con
federacy. This chapter of little folk
under their president, winsome little
Miss Annette Liddon, will decorate
ed will show the discovery of coal,
iron and limestone in large quantities
in sight of the present city of Birm Birm-higham,
higham, Birm-higham, the construction of the first
small, crude iron furnaces, the open opening
ing opening of coal mines in what are now
the limits of the city, the growth of
the city from a crude, rough, lawless
mining camp, the boom period follow
with flowers, and 1 by the financial disaster of the
Mr. L. D. Parker of the A. C. L.,
who has been filling Mr. Moree's
The Messrs Moses this morning, re
turning fFOm Lake Weir, brought York, where he and his wife
from their orange grove a quantity of visiting relatives in Long Island city,
fine fruit, which they-generously di divided
vided divided with their friends.
I 1 1 1 ll 1 AJ
Dr. K. J. Weihe. Dr. Weihe met these (p:ace nere wmie me iaiter was u u-young
young u-young ladies on his recent trip to New sent., will return to his home and regu-
lar station at tugn oprings. ne nas
made a number of new friends in
Grapes, apples, avocado pears, bana bananas,
nas, bananas, celery, cocoanuts, pineapples and,
squash. Phone 596, Fort King Con Confectionery.
fectionery. Confectionery. ; ; 8-2t
. .: c .'
; The friends of Mrs. E. H. Martin
will be sorry to hear that she is very
ill. Mrs. Martin was carried to the
hospital, yesterday afternoon and it is
hoped that she will soon recover.
and it was through him that they de
cided to see Florida during their va
cation. They made the trip via the j
Clyde Line, stopping at Charleston. mg Mr. Emanuel H
Mrs. Mack Carter, who has been
. visiting relatives at her former home
in Kansas for the past two months, is
expected home the latter part of this
week. '. V.
Miss Boulware of Island Grove and
Miss Akeren of Pittsburg, who is now
teaching at Sparr; spent the week-end
in Oeala with Miss Maybelle McAteer
at the home of the latter's parents.
Miss Maybelle McAteer has return returned
ed returned to Leesburg, where she is attend attending
ing attending school this year. She is staying
- at the home of her uncle, Mr. Harry
O. Cole, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. George Yancey and
two daughters of Brazil, have arrived
and are guests of Mrs. Yancey's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mathews, at
Mrs. R. H. Bailer left this afternoon
for Los Angeles, Calif. She has been
visiting in Florida for several months.
While in Ocala Mrs. Bailer was the
guest of Mrs. H. S. McAteer.
Dr. E. G. Peek left this afternoon
for Tallahassee, where he will remain
until Wednesday. He is a member of
the state board of medical examiners.
and goes to Tallahassee to attend
meeting of that body.
They took in the sights of St. Augus Augustine,
tine, Augustine, and took the St. Johns river trip
from Jacksonville to Sanford, spent
a while in Orlando and finall yarrived
in Ocala, keeping the best for the
ast. They visited Silver Springs,
where the beauties that old residents
know so well charmed them and they
said that their visit to the springs
was worth the whole trip. It is re
gretted that the young ladies were
unable to spend more time in Ocala
and it is hoped they will return again
for o longer stay.
Mr. Wm. N. Avera was strolling
along the banks of the Withlacoochee
Saturday and suddenly found himself
. . l : j
in tne immediate proximity ui a
superdreadnaught of a' rattlesnake.
The involuntary contraction of his
muscles, which pro pe led him ten feet
in the other direction, was all that
saved William's life. The snake was
5 feet long and had nine rattles and
a button. William slew the serpent
and brought him to town for his
friend3 to view.
Call phona "i08 wnenyou want groc
eries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
Elsewhere we print a petition ask-
Martin to be a
candidate for the office of alderman
at large. "Mannie" is one of our best
citizens and the Star is sure that if
he is elected to the office he will fill it
Mr. Earl Gregory and Mr. E. R.
Mills accompanied Mr. L. T." Izlar to
Orlando Saturday afternoon. After
attending the Florida-Rollins football
game they spent Sunday with rela
tives in Winter Garden, returning
home last night.
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
pnd Magnolia street. tf
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M-, meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until urther notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
otherwise contribute profusely to the
floial offerings of the occasion in com compliment
pliment compliment to their state president, Mrs.
Frank D. Tracy.
Mr. J. D. Smith will act as grand
marshal, and is giving the ladies of
the parade committee valuable sug suggestions
gestions suggestions and assistance. The joint
monument committee of the state di division
vision division and local chapter, consisting of
Mrs. John H. Carter of Marianna and
Mrs. C. E. Webb of Tampa, repre
senting the state division, and Mrs.
D.'A. McKinnon, Mrs. Theop. West
and Mrs. R. S. Pierce, representing
the local chapter, are working inces incessantly
santly incessantly to make the occasion memora memorable.
ble. memorable. The chairman of the decorative
committee, Mrs. Mattie Mae Renfroe,
has put much taste and enthusiasm
into her department and has procured
the services of a professional dec
orator to assist her in the important
task she has undertaken of seeing to
appropriate decorations of the city,
business and private houses, the
speakers' "stand, etc. The chairman
of the transportation committee, Mrs.
R. L. Moore, is busily engaged in se securing
curing securing from the railroads reduced
rates and ample accommodations.
The local chapter U. D. C. will pro
vide a handsome Confederate flag to
float from the rostrum, while several
battle flags, service-beaten and tat tattered,
tered, tattered, will stand as silent witnesses
to the immortal struggle of the past.
The hearty response which has come
from the citizens of the city and
county to the requisitions of the sev several
eral several committees shows how the mem memory
ory memory of the heroes of a struggle long
past still lives.
YOUR CREDITS 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
fs.ll line. B. Goldman's Furniture
Store, Cor. Ft. King and Magnolia, tf
This is a Studebakar year. tf
just painted. Just outside city lim limits;
its; limits; 1000 each. Liberal terms. Big
lots. E. C. Jordan, office over
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. l-t
80's, the period of deflation and then
the -launching of Birmingham on a
Then will come the experiment m
steel making, which were finally at
tendgd by success, the entry of the
United States Steel Corporation into
Birmingham, following the acquisition
of the properties of the Tennessee
Coal, Iron & Railroad Company, the
construction of many steel mills, the
passing of the city from the raw ma
terial to the finished product era.
The closing -episode will deal with
Birmingham of today, a city of 200, 200,-000
000 200,-000 people. It .will show coal, iron
and limestone, the three requisites for
steel making found side by side with within
in within sight of the many furnaces where
pig iron is made, at the side of the
giant steel plants where finished steel
is made and then converted into all
kinds of steel products, where it is
loaded into steel ocean liners made
of Birmingham steel by a Birming Birmingham
ham Birmingham corporation and then sent to ev every
ery every civilized nation of the world.
One part of this episode will show
the opening of the Warrior river to
navigaton after the government had
constructed lock 17, which has a dam
6i feet high, and two locks with a lift
of 31 feet each, more than three
feet more than the Gatun locks on the
Panama canal. This dam created
Lake Bankhead which backs up water
more than 60 miles, enabling Birm Birmingham
ingham Birmingham to tow her products to the
Other episodes depict the pro progress
gress progress of Birmingham along educa
tional, social and civic lines from the
earlv davs when lawlessness was
r?mpant until today when the city
lays claims to attractions as a home
city second to none.
BUY ON CREDIT
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
WANTED Velvet beans. Will pay
75 cents per 100 pounds, delivered.
Anthony Farms, Anthony, Fla. 6-tf
WANTED Position in dry good
store by lady. Have had several
years experience. Address "L," in
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 bedrooo
for man and wife. Address, Room,
Box 213, city. 5-3t
Ladies' dresses, coats, coat suits,
skirts and shirt waits. Easy payments,
exceptional values. B. GOLDMAN,
5-tf Cor. Fort King and Magnolia St.
WANTEE) 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
LOST Last Saturday night, either, ti
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-St
HEMSTITCHING At Singer Sewics
machine office, 317 N. Magnolia St.
Mail orders returned same day as
received. Call phone 542. C. G.
Wile, manager. 10-6-tf
WANTED-Four 32 x 4
tires. Ocala Motor Co.
RalStng ine h'amuy- We dom hnmv wnr'Ma w wnras u'
Messrs. William Camp and Mack
Tayllor have returned from Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. They made the trip via the St.
Johns and Oklawaha rivers, in Mr.
Camp's fine little power launch. Their
running time from Jacksonville to
Silver Springs was twelve hours,
which we think makes a record.
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