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WEATHER FORECAST Local thundershowers tonight or Tuesday. TEMPERATURES This morning, 69; this afternoon, 89.
San Rise Tomorrow, 5:29; Sets, 70. OCALA, FLORIDA. MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 151
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IEE WILL SHARE
1UU1TC UnilOC IIIIIPU!
BE A MIGHTY BAD
MOVE FOR BILL
IS WILLI TO
LET GERMANY III
MURDER RATIO OF
SIXTEEN TO ONE
BEADY TO FIGHT
Will I L IIUUOL LUIIUII
Over the Viands May Explain Neces Necessity
sity Necessity of Murder of Non-Union
Men in Illinois
Washington, June 26. (Associated
Press)-John L. Lewis, president of
the United Mine Workers, who amv-
A here vesterdav for a series of con-
m nnirtinunt officials.
will confer with Secretary of Labor
Davis this forenoon and later, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mr. Davis, will go to the
White House for a conference and
lunch with President Harding to dis discuss
cuss discuss coal strike matters.
ROSE HAS COMMENCED
SHIPPING THE ROCK
Mr. Chas. G. Rose this morning be began
gan began shipping lime rock for Road Two
to the contractor at Jake Weir. The
work will begin at Lake Weir and the
force will operate in both directions.
At least fifteen miles should be com completed
pleted completed by Nov. 1st.
TOOK A LONG AND
Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Peek arrived
home Sunday afternoon just three
weeks to the day and hour on which
they left. The past three weeks have
been spent by them in a comprehens comprehensive
ive comprehensive trip to California and the west
coast. They left Jacksonville by spe special
cial special train with the Florida delegation
to the Shiners' convention, at Los An Angeles,
geles, Angeles, taking the southern route and
stopping at El Paso and Alberquerque
en route. While passing through this
section the thermometer went to 120
. degrees, and on reaching California
they struck the other extreme and
Dr. and Mrs. reek say they are
glad to get home and that as far as
-climate and citrus fruits are concern
ed California can't compete with Flor
ida. The only rainy weather they en
countered was in Los Angeles and the
people of that place offered the most
abject apoligies for the unseemly
manner in which the weather was be behaving.
having. behaving. But the people certainly did
entertain them royally and at each
place the special stopped the people
met them with cars and took them
over the city and provided all kinds of
entertainment for them, such as lunch
eons, dances, swimming parties and
every thing possible for the pleasure
of the visitors.
After leaving Los Angeles on the
return trip the special went by the
northern route, going through Cali California
fornia California to Oregon and Washington and
stopping at Portland, Seattle and
Vancouver. Portland was the prettiest
place on the line of travel. At this
time of year the entire city is a veri veritable
table veritable rose garden of flaming red and
white roses. The trip extended on
through the Canadian Rockies with a
short stop at Lake Louise, where the
Ocala Rotary delegation were enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying the beauties of this famed Canad Canadian
ian Canadian resort, and then back into the dear
old United States by way of St. Paul,
Minneapolis, Chicago and then to
Memphis and home, with a wonderful
storehouse brim full of pleasant mem
ories of this wonderful trip, and the
nicest thing of all is for the friends of
Dr. and Mrs. Peek to hear them say
they are glad to be home.
FREE FOR ALL FIGHT
The colored population of Weirsdale
pulled off a regular rough house Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night with the result that one
darkey went to the happy hunting
ground and several were wounded sq
that they will not soon forget their
evening's amusement. The occasion
for the meeting was a hot supper and
things surely got hot before the meet meeting
ing meeting was declared adjourned. Bisel Al Allison
lison Allison stopped a fatal bullet in the
melee and two negro women acted as
Srresters for hot lead but were not
fatally injured. After the shooting a
few knives came into play and sev-
era! other men and women bear the
marks of cold steel. Four arrests have
been made in the affair and those ar-
rested are at the county jail awaiting
a hearing. Will Clayton, accused of
the killing, surrendered this morning.
Go north by sea using Merchants i
and Miners steamers from Jackson-1
ville to Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Full information as to fares, freight
rates and sailings of Merchants and
Miners steamers from
supplied on request to
Haile, general agent.
Mr. C M.
If He Escaped from Holland and Tried
To Resome His Place of
T" 1 T f Tl A- I J
ixmaon. June .-cy me amu-
ciated Press ) .There is apprehension
:in Holland lest former raiser wiiiiam
should attempt to slip away from
Doorn and enter Germany in the event
Doorn and enter G
of a royalist rising, following the
assassination of Foreign Minister
Rathenau, according to the Daily
Mail's correspondent at the Hague.
TWO MURDERS LINKED
Berlin, June 26. (By Associated
Press). Eleven persons alleged to be
members of a Bavarian secret organi organization
zation organization were arrested here yesterday.
The police expressed the opinion that
this organization, which is suspected
of playing a prominent part in the
murder of former Minister of Finance
Erzerberg, is also implicated in the
murder of Foreign Minister Rathenau.
LAST SAD SERVICES
FOR LUCRETIA HOCKER
All day long Sunday, friends and
schoolmates were going to the home
of Lucretia Hocker, bearing flowers
as their last tribute and as tokens to
one whom in life they had worked and
played with and loved, and by her
sweet disposition and unassuming
ways had made friends of all who
When the hour of five struck, the
house and porches of the Hocker
nome were nnea wun oia ana young,
wno went to pay tneir last respects
to their little friend, and by their
silent presence to testily tneir love
and sympathy to the bereaved par-
ents and family.
Rev. C. L. Collins in his brief
dress with simple words told of the apply for Form 2241, to the Civil
short but sweet life of the little girl, Service Commission, Washington, D.
who so spent her few years on earth c or at the 0cala postoffice. Appli Appli-that
that Appli-that those among who she lived will cations must be executed and filed
be better for her brief presence here.
Two old hymns, "Asleep in Jesus,"
and "My Faith Looks Up to Thee,"
were sweetly ana ieeungiy sung Dy a
quartet composed of Mrs. George Pas
teur, Miss Byrd Wartmann, Messrs.
C. S. Cullen and Edward Drake,
Then the long funeral cortege mov moved
ed moved slowlv to Greenwood, where the
little hodv wa-i laid eentlv to rest.
The grave was covered with beautiful
flower trihntes tn the love, in which
little Wretia was so universallv held
FLYERS WERE MOVING
FROM CARLSTROM FIELD
It looked like war time again Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon when a special twelve-
coach train .loaded with soldiers went
through Ocala on the Seaboard. Quite
a crowd of Ocala people were at the
H print tn see the train co throuch. It
looked somewhat unusual to see ladies
on a soldier train, but since this is a
r,ea,.efl Ttinr, TTnl Ram let his
men carry their wives with them
when they are transferred. As well
a the wivM there were mascots of
the enlisted men. A most peculiar
specimen of mascot was a baby white
Thi net didn't liVe riding on
J a train and tried to make his escape
thrnntrh a window hut was soon cor-
railed and returned to his proud
owner The train staved nparlv an
hour in Ocala while the mess hounds
served chow and the train crew filled
the water tank of the oars. The sol-
diers were from Carlstrom Field. The
aviation field at Carlstrom has been
dismantled and abandoned and all the
men are heino- moved to a Texas field,
The ex-soldiers of Ocala who were at
the train were overioved to see M.
P's. and not have to step lively to
avoid them. Looked familiar to see
those boys try to keep order.
W. C- T. U. MONTHLY MEETING
The regular monthly meeting of the
W. C. T. U. will be held Tuesday at
the home of Mrs. W. T. Gary at four
All members are rentiested to
come and bring flowers which will be
I distributed among the sick and those
confined to the house.
Typewriters at The Book Shop. 3t
666 cures Chills and Fever. Adv.
1 Prominent clubwoman wants di
Ivorce because she doesn't know
.where her husband is.
He may be at
home. San Francisco News.
666 cures Malarial Fever, Adv.
In a Few Years More, at the Present
Rate, Britain and Deutschland
Will be In Alliance
London, June 26. (By Associated
Press). Asked by Lord Robert Cicil
in the house of commons today wheth
er he could state the government's at
titude toward admission of Germany
to membership in the League of Na Nations,
tions, Nations, Prime Minister Lloyd George
replied that Britain would be willing
to support a proposal for Germany's
DESIRES FULL DEBATE
London, June 26. (By Associated
Press). Winston Churchill, secretary
for the colonies, rising to make his
promised statement on Irish affairs in
the house of commons today, said the
government desired the freest and
fullest debate and one that could be
terminated by a division.
At the request of the postmaster
general, the United States Civil Serv Service
ice Service Commission announces an open
competitive examination July 18th,
1922, from which it is expected to fill
a vacancy in the position of postmas postmaster
ter postmaster at Ocala, unless filled by the trans transfer
fer transfer or promotion of some one in the
competitive classified service. This is
not an examination under the civil
service act, but is held under an ex-
ecutive order issued May 10, 1921, re-
vised July 27 1921
Candidates must have reached their
25th but not their 65th birthday. Can-
didates must submit with their aDnli
cations smaU. unmounted photographs
taken within two vears. Persons who
ad-L,f fi 0;MTOTtc cKnnM q nn
with the commission at Washington
prior to the hou rof ciosing business
on the date specified at the head of
BARBECUE AND PICNIC
JULY 4TH AT BELLEVIEW
The people of that excellent com
niunity Belleview, who are the spirit
oi nospnamy, are planning a Dig oar-
becue and basket picnic for the fourth
oi July, iney extend a coraiai mvi
tation to all their friends in Ocala to
come and bring baskets and enjoy the
celebration of Uncle Sam's birthday
JAMES CHACE A WINNER
AT AMHERST COLLEGE
The Star received a telegram last
we saying that James ce was a
Prize T at Amherst College, but
James is such a reticent young man
that his family or college friends had
not heard that he was competing in
any way f or a prize, and the nrst den
nite news of &e Pnze won wf m
Boston paper that was sent to Dr. and
Mrs. J. E. Chace by Mr. Clarence
Camp, in which the list of annual
P"ze winners was given witn tne
name of James Chace, who won a $50
prize for the year's high scholarship
" Latin and the best essay on Lucre-
tms. James once before this year
was winner in a popular contest in
which he became manaSef ?f
Junior Annual and his friends are
Pud to hear that he has made such
an excellent record m his junior year,
Names Chace and his brother, Bob
I i i i i 1 x a a l a. II
-hace, Dotn stuuenis ai Amnersw
ed for home on the 22nd
go to Atlanta for a short stay before
coming home, while Bob will probably
DEMPSEY WILL FIGHT
A PUGILISTIC DARKEY
New York, June 26. Articles for a
contest between Jack Dempsey and
Harry Wills, the negro fighter, may be
signed today or tomorrow. 'Dempsey
arrived here yesterday from Los An
geles, declaring his willingness to
fight "anybody, any where, any tune.'
VOTING ON THE STRffiE
- Chicago, June 26 A strikw vote is.
being taken by railway signalmen on
I approximately one-third of the coun
try's railroads, according to an an announcement
nouncement announcement today by D. P. Holt, pres president
ident president of the signalmen's union.
Union Miners Reported Marching on
the Town to Liberate Impris Imprisoned
oned Imprisoned Strikers
Fairmont, W. Va., June 26. (By the
Associated Press). The entire Fair Fairmont
mont Fairmont police force and all Marion coun
ty deputies were mobilized shortly be
fore noon today to stop the reported
march of striking miners and sympa sympathizers
thizers sympathizers from Monongha, a mining town
ten miles south of here. The authori authorities
ties authorities were informed that an attempt
would be made to liberate ninety-one
prisoners in the county jail. They
were arrested Friday after the march
of strikers through the city.
MEETING OF MOTOR CLUB
DIRECTORS THIS EVENING
The directors of the Marion County
Motor Club will meet tonight at eight
o'clock at the Chamber of Commerce
to consider a number of important
matters. The directors are: A. C.
Blowers, president; J. J. Gerig, vice
president; DeWitt Griffin, treasurer;
H. C. Nichols, secretary; C. G. Rose,
chairman roads, streets and bridges
department; L. W. Duval, legislative
department; R. V. Ott, mechanical aid
department; L. H. Chazal, publicity
department; C. E. Simmons, accident
prevention department; W. T. Gary,
finance and membership department;
A. C. Cobb, touring and contest de department.
partment. department. L. T. Izlar, manager of the
club, will meet with the directors.
CATASTROPHE ON THE
N. Y. STATE CANAL
Oneida, N. Y., June 26. Mrs. Ellis
Green is dead, her two children are
missing and her husband and several
other persons are suffering from burns
as the result of an explosion last night
on a powder laden barge. Mrs. Green
was drowned when her husband -her
clothing in flames pushed her into the
canal. He leaped after her but was
unable to rescue her.
PRINCE OF MONACO DEAD
Paris, June 26. (By Associated
Press) Prince Albert Honore Charles
of Monaco died here today.
St. Petersburg, June 26. What is
cause for the goose is sauce for the
gander and Municipal Judge Freeman
Lane has ordered that the curfew
aw designed to keep children under
sixteen years of age off the streets
after a certain hour of night apply
to grown-ups after 1a.m. The order
is the result of an effort to curb rob
beries and other deviltry and the
judge has asked the police to arrest
and charge with "suspicion" all per
sons found on the streets after 1 a. m
who canont give a good reason for
being out of bed at that hour.
Ojus, June 26. In those parts of
the country where there are women
sheriffs, such officials for the most
part rely upon male deputies to da the
heavy work" necessary to enforce
ment of the law but va Florida the so-
called "weaker' sex is taking a more
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Byrd of this
place, both of them deputies, raided
a gambling house here recently and
arrested five negroes. Mrs. Byrd sta
tioned herself at the rear door of the
building where the game was in pro
gress and Mr. Byrd entered the front
door. The negroes surrendered with
out resistance. After the round-up
the couple escorted the prisoners to
the county jail, where they were re recorded
corded recorded as "arrested by Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Byrd."
Near Fort Myers some time ago a
girl assisted her father, a deputy
sheriff, in arresting a gang of moon
shiners. A still was discovered in the
woods and a negro attendant was
taken into custody. The girl was left
to watch the liquor plant for the
suspected white owners while the
father took the negro to jail. His
prisoner delivered safely, the deputy
returned to find his daughter watch watching
ing watching the still and two -white men who
had appeared during his absence. The
deputy and the girl arrested the moon
Flags of all sizes at THE BOOK
He is a Well-to-Do American Business
Man and State Department Is
Hustling to Save Him
Mexico City, June 26. (By the
Associated Press) A. Bruce Bielaski,
chief of the bureau of investigation of
the United States department of jus justice
tice justice during the world war, is being
hold for ransom by seven bandits who
held up his automobile seven miles
west of Cuernavaca Sunday. Bielaski
and his wife and Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
Barcena were en route to view Aztec
ruins when the bandits stopped their
car. The women were released after
being robbed but the bandits took
Bielaski and Barcena with them.
Bielaski is no longer connected with
the United States government but
is associated with an oil company.
SUMMERLIN ORDERED TO USE
Washington, June 26. The capture
of Bielaski by Mexican bandits was
officially reported to the state depart department
ment department by the American consul general
in Mexico City. The message gave no
details' nor was there any intimation
of the purpose of Bielaski's captors
other than to obtain ransom for his
release. The state department has
directed Charge Summerlin to spur
the Mexican authorities to make every
effort to obtain Bielaski's release.
WONT STAY DOWN
Survivors of the Roma Enlist in The
Crew of the New Airship
Hampton, Va., June 26. Two of the
five survivors of the Roma, giant
army dirigible which was destroyed by
fire at the Norfolk army base last
February, will go into service with the
Roma's successor, a new military bal balloon
loon balloon of smaller size now being ship shipped
ped shipped to Langley Field from Dayton,- O.
They are Sergeants Biedenback and
Flores, who cut their way through the
the Roma's flaming envelope and es escaped
caped escaped to safety while thirty-four of
their comrades stayed to their death.
The new balloon, a mere pigmy in
comparison with the huge bulk pur purchased
chased purchased from the Italian government,
will be filled with helium as soon as
it is assembled. Tanks of the non-
inflammable gas are being shipped to
Langley Field for the purpose.
Captain Walter Reid and Lieut. C.
Webb, other survivors, are engaged
now in bringing the remains of the
Roma back to Langley Field to be
used for experimental purposes and
study while Lieut. B. G. Burke, the
only other member of the crew to
escape is on leave prior to transfering
to Scott Field, near Chicago.
WILSON'S SLAYERS HELD
FOR WILLFUL MURDER
London, June 26. (By Associated
Press). a verdict of wilful murder
against James Connolly and James
O'Brien was returned this afternoon
by the coroner's jury at the inquest
into the killing of Field Marshal Wil
SAVED FIFTEEN MEN OF
THE PURITAN'S CREW
LaHave, Nova Scotia. June 26 The
schooner Spray arrived today with
fifteen of the sixteen missing men of
the Glouchester schooner Puritan,
wrecked off Sable Island Friday. Only
one of the crew was drowned.
SEEMS A GOOD SCHEME
(Tampa Times June 13)
The fourth annual convention of the
American Legion will be held in New
Orleans in October, and the officers of
the Department of Florida have con conceived
ceived conceived a plan to do some effective ad advertising
vertising advertising for the state at the great
gathering. It is purposed to have a
comprehensive display of the state's
products in the convention halL if the
progressive people of the state give
the project the proper support. It is
estimated thai the cost will run be between
tween between $12,000 and $15,000 and this
amount has been pro-rated among the
different counties of the state on an
equitable basis. Chambers oi com
merce, county boards and public and
civic bodies are expected to co-operate.
- j The convention will be attended by
jfine young men from all parts of the
I country, and it would seem a fine op-
portunity for the presentation of
I Florida's attractions and advantages.
Coroner's Jury at Herrin Found a
Single Charge Against a
Herrin, HL, June 6 (By Associated
Press). C K. McDowell, the one one-iegged
iegged one-iegged superintendent of the Southern
iinnois Coal Company's strip mine,
naif way between Herrin and Marion
ilL, was the only man charged with
murder by the coroner's jury which
concluded its investigations last night.
McDowell i$ charged with shoting one
of the union men. He was afterward
The non-union men. the coroner's
jury decided.. came to their death "by
gun shot Jhds at the hands of par parties
ties parties to this jury unknown" as the re-,
suit of activities on the part of offi officials
cials officials of the wrecked Lester mine,
The remaining verdicts, twenty-two
in all. stated that each individual
"'came to his death by gunshot wounds
at the hands of parties unknown."
BURIE THE DEAD
The unknown dead of Herrin's labor
war went to their graves yesterday.
Sixteen of them were buried in Pot Potter's
ter's Potter's Field while union men who had
dug the graves leaned on their shades,
and held their shapeless hats in work work-gnarled
gnarled work-gnarled hands.
MRS. SMALL WAS
EXCITED TOO MUCH
at Acquittal of Her Husband
Brought on Her Death
Kankakee, Ills., June 26. Mrs. Lem
Small, wife of Governor Small, of 11 11-loins,
loins, 11-loins, died today. Mrs. Small was
stricken with apoplexy Saturday night
during, the excitement incident to a
celebration of friends and fellow
townsmen of the governor as a result
of his acquittal that afternoon after
his trial at Waukegan.
ORDNEY THINKS HE'S
MADE TROUBLE ENOUGH
Saginaw. Mich.. June 26 Represen
tative Fordney, chairman of the House
ways and means committee and au author
thor author of the Fordney tariff bill, an
nounced today in a telegram to the
Saginaw News-Courier he will not be
a candidate for re-election. The plans
to retire at the end of his present
term after twenty-four years' con
tinuous service in Congress.
GOING TO BUILD
INTO THE EVERGLADES
Miami, June 26. Construction of a
standard gauge railroad twelve miles
in length from Jupiter towards Okee Okeechobee
chobee Okeechobee City with the ultimate inten intention
tion intention of completing the line to Okee
chobee, and erection of a sawmill to
cost $250,000 are planned by the
Drake Lumber Company in connection
with the purchase of timber on 100,000
acres of land west of Jupiter, accord
ing to an announcement here by Gas Gaston
ton Gaston Drake, president of the concern.
The right of way for the railroad is
being obtained now. Mr. Drake said.
TAR AND FEATHERS
USED NEAR THOMAS VDLLE
Thomas ville, Ga, June 26. The au authorities
thorities authorities are investigating the kidnap kidnaping
ing kidnaping last night of O. Haselgrove, a ci cigar
gar cigar manufacturer, taken into the
country near here by four men, tied
to a tree, flogged, tarred and feather feathered,
ed, feathered, and later he was returned here and
freed near the courthouse with a warn warning
ing warning to leave town within sixty hours.
Haselgrove said the men took a vote
as to whether to kill him or apply tar
RUSSIAN DELEGATION HAS
ARRIVED AT THE HAGUE
The Hague, June 26. (Associated
Press). The Russian delegation to
the conference on Russian affairs here
Flags for July 4th at THE BOOK
Some new Vanities at THE BOOK
StilL the old fashioned sermon
about hell had as much in eomon
with the modem sermon about cur current
rent current events. Anderson Herald.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1922
'elected, try touse the governor's office A STRONG ARGUMENT
as a stepping-stone to the senator-: FOR BETTER R0 4DS
: ship, and so far the Star has not seen
rabiiahed Every Day Ese-t Saadar by any indication of his breaking his. jn 1921 Florida showed the largest
Ocala Evening Star
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
j percentage gain in automobiles reg registered
istered registered of any state in the Union. It
reading showed an increase of 32.40 per cent
This is just
Ever since we have been
: Florida exchanges we have wanted to over the previous year
(get a peep at J. H. Benjamin, editor one bit of information found in the
Benjamin writes 1922 Highways Green Book published
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P. V. Leaveasood, Aeeretary-ireaa.rer ;of th Qcala gUr
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wiiu me ""c esc ui uappcrs auu uhc Dy the American Automobile Associa Associa-piece
piece Associa-piece bathing suits, diaphanous skirts, t j0n, copy of which has just been re re-and
and re-and bobbed hair, that he does of Flor-jcejVed by the Marion County Motor
ida politics or Florida history of the j Club, an affiliated unit of the A. A. A.
past forty years. In fact, Benjamin; The third annual edition of the
takes in more territory in his writings Highways Green Book contains much
than any newspaper man in the state, valuable information. There are lead-
and his editorial squibs are more ;ng articles by Senator Charles E.
closely followed by the newspaper. Townsend, chairman of the committee
gang than those of any paragrapher on post roads of the Senate; Thos. H.
we know, of. He dropped into this of- McDonald, chief of the bureau of pub pub-fice
fice pub-fice the other day, while on the first ;iic roads, and Charles M. Babcock,
visit to South Florida he has made in 'president of the American Association
28 years. His visit was like his edi-0f State Highway Officials. Some of
torials, short and to the point. Said 'the statements made by Senator
he likes it here and didn't blame any- jTownsend are most interesting: "Can
one for wanting to stay forever. In-, any other term than bad be applied
timated that he would like to stay to the situation when one reflects that
here himself. After giving him' the jit is costing us fully three times as
once oyer we can see where he gets much per mile to move American
the "deep stuff,' but where he gets goods over the highway end of the
the information on flappers and bob- j journey from the farm to the markets
bed hair is as much of a mystery asi0f the world as it costs our competi competi-ever.
ever. competi-ever. Fort Lauderdale Herald. j tors for those markets ? asks the sen-
Mystery! Gee, man! Where are your;ator.
eves j Pointing out that there are ten
. T. I million automobiles in the United
A atuFe!.writer in the Gainesville 'States representing an investment of
Sun says that, you will suddenly be- at least ten billion dollars, Senator
come the happiest person in the world Townsend says: "Since the buying
if you will get into the habit of pat- (public is willing to pay so much more
ting people on the back. We suppose jfor a superior transportation unit, the
the learned gent means well, but (buying public is not going to hesitate
imagine being a perfect stranger tojto go to the expense of paying the
her and going up Vo pat Mary Garden j increased price the superior road call-
on the back when she is in full eve-ied for bv the sunerinr vpHpIp pstw-
- x j jr
Did you ever stop to think that the
great majority of labor is unorganized
You can't lead a double life on a
single salary. St. Augustine Record.
0 yes, you can for a while.
,, .Jacksonville man found an intruder
in his home and killed him. Coroner's
Jury,, exonerated Jacksonville man.
May such jurors never be scarce.
Judging by what it says, the Or Orlando
lando Orlando Reporter-Star always has a
good breakfast. We, prefer to stim stimulate
ulate stimulate our sluggish brain with a little
Gov, Small of Illinois has been ac acquitted
quitted acquitted of the charges against him.
Now, if he will enforce law and order
in his state, he will go down in history
as a governor worth while.
Why doesn't Leesbure: crow faster?
Well you are one reason! Leesburg
She's grown like a young bay tree
in the last few years, Leach.
We thank our old friend, George
Mathews, of the Fort Lauderdale Sen Sentinel,
tinel, Sentinel, for the beautiful bouquet he has
so kindly handed us, altho we are
afraid we lack a great deal of deserv deserving
ing deserving it.
Throwing victims into ponds with
stones around their necks is a new
brand of outlawry and fiendishness
practiced in the Herrin, 111., mine
war. Orlando Sentinel.
It's an old brand, but hasn't been
practiced among, civilized people.
Mr. Bryan shouldn't worry so much
about- the -theory of evolution. Even
if we ascended from the monkeys, we
liavpn't a CftnHvl vers far Tomna
And if we have descended from the
angels, we've taken a devil of a drop.
ning dress for singing grand opera or
sumpin'. There are lots of other per perfect
fect perfect backs we'd like to pat; in fact,
hold a regular patting party, but we
dassn't, and it isn't right to put such
ideas in people's heads. Phil Arm Armstrong
strong Armstrong in Times-Union.
In other words, Phil would rather
be a backpattervthan a standpatter.
Ocala, doesn't like to be left in the
shade while the Pals and Terrors are
drawing all the spot. x The Cats are
certainly entitled to some highly per perfumed
fumed perfumed language, and Walter Lynch
spread it on thick in his pot roast this
morning. The Cats had a good time
while the Pals were off their feed, but
we await developments in the series
yet to come. Palatka News.
Well, there's one good thing about
the "Cats," they never excuse them
selves for a defeat by claiming to be
off their feed. They acknowledge the
other fellows played the best game,
and let it go at that.
The Winter Park Post', in the course
of a long article, attacking District
Attorney Gober, refers to him as an
"ex-bartender from Ocala." The Post
has been misinformed. Mr. Gober
practiced law. in Ocala, and left this
city with the respect and good will of
his fellow-citizens. We don't know
that Mr. Gober ever tended bar any anywhere,
where, anywhere, but what if he did Some of
Ocala's best men were bartenders be
fore prohibition came into force. They
were honest men and good citizens
then, and have not changed except to
go into better business.
cially when the cost of the modern
highway is a mere' bagatelle compared
with the appalling loss and waste due
to the anacronism of modern motor
ized America trying to do business
over primitive wagon trails of a type
long ago discarded by other civilized
nations. The annual depreciation on
vehicles due to inferior roads doubt
less amounts to more than the total
annual expenditure for highway con construction
struction construction and maintenance by all the
federal, state, county and municipal
The new volume contains the fed
eral highway act of 1921; highway
management and financing in the va
rious states; a section on the con
struction and maintenance of high highways;
ways; highways; articles on the technical side
of highway construction, and many
other articles and valuable statistics.
According to government figures
given in the book, the farmers lose
annually $300,000,000 on account of
the extent of bad roads between farms
CAME BACK TO OLD HOWE
.The Ocala Star savs it has survived
three hundred and twenty-four firsts
.of. the month. Survival of the wit wittiest.
tiest. wittiest. Jacksonville Journal.
True! And the Journal's papa, the
nineteen before the Star began to
A model of an Egyptian brewery
approximately 3700 years old has been
discovered in Egypt by Dr. Flinders
Petrie, of the University of Pennsyl Pennsylvania.
vania. Pennsylvania. He has senfcvthe model to the
hroWOTleo in V110 ninrfnr -fViof
might as well be 3700 years old.
.. There is no law to exclude negroes
from Harvard University, but the
t white students, mostly from New
.England, won't allow them to enter,
and, some of the negrophiles up that
, way are sore about it. The state of
Florida maintains separate colleges,
normal and common schools for ne negroes
groes negroes why doesn't the wealthy and
cultured state of Massachusetts do
There is no. longer a great deal of
secrecy about the fact that Governor
Cary A. Hardee is priming himself to
make the race for the United States
..the present incumbent, in 1924. Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Sunday Citizen.
Neither Governor Hardee nor anv-
,one else will be able to run for sen senator
ator senator in 1924 unless Senator Fletcher
or Senator Trammell dies or resigns.
, Unless one of those much undesired
. events happens there will be no sena senatorial
torial senatorial contest before 1926. Governor
Hardee, promised during his guberna gubernatorial
torial gubernatorial campaign that he would not, if
Mrs. Anne Dolan of Cambridge,
Mass., who for fifty-seven years has
been trying to get the war department
to tell her what became of her hus husband,
band, husband, Patrick, after he was mustered
out at City Point, Va., in 1865, has in instituted
stituted instituted an equity suit in federal dis district
trict district court in New York to recover
damages from the United States gov government
ernment government for injury to her feelings. A
woman who would bring suit for such
a cause has no feeling worthy of consideration.
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which 1 remember particularly was a j
beautiful, geutle black horse a puier.
which he uaiued "Blackie." lie was
very fond of her, as well as she of
him. lie allowed uo one to abuse her
and always took the best care of her.
She was petted and loved .nd given as
much care as a child. She was one of
my father's favorite horses and ws
the mother of one fine colt, of whom
she was indeed croud.
At one time she was ill and my
father sent her out to a pasture in
the country. One dark December night
a cold north wind blew and a light
snow was falling. About midnight
my father was aroused from his sleep
by a strange noise. Did a horse whin-!
ny? Now he heard the unmistakable
whinny of a horse, at which he arose
and went out into the night. There,
upon the front lawn, to his astonish astonishment
ment astonishment stood Blackie, who, hearing his
approach, came to meet him. She
nestled her head affectionately against
his shoulder, and wcinnied, as much
as to say, "I was cold and came home.
I very much prefer my own bed." My
father took her to the stable and made
her quite coaifortabVe and did not
again take hr away.
As Blackie could open any gate, she
had come home over the familiar road,
a distance of several miles. Marie
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trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
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anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
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Methods of ancient munition making
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the tribes which once inhabited Ohio,
the so-called "Mound Builders," got
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heads, spears, and knives from the de deposits
posits deposits of flint which occur in the fer ferriferous
riferous ferriferous limestone of Flint ridge
in Licking and Muskingum counties.
A great industry flourished there
once. Skilled quarryinen, with a
patience difficult to appreciate when
one finds that their tools were only
hammerstones of granite or quartzite,
with perhaps the aid of wooden or
bone wedges, worked out the stone
from the ledges. Either the quarry quarry-men
men quarry-men or another group of workmen
then roughed out the blank forms
from which the implements were to be
made. This was done that imperfec imperfections
tions imperfections might be discovered and also to
save the transportation of useless ma material.
terial. material. The roughed-out blocks were then
taken to the workshops in the vicinity
of the quarry and expert workmen
fashioned from them leaf-like blades,
from which, with but little further
work, all forms of arrow points, spear
points drills, knives and scrapers
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In case some old-fashioned citizet
of Kansas City made this startling
statement he would in all probability
be declared insane and be placed where
he could not voice any other senti sentiments
ments sentiments of a similar nature. Yet this
argument antedates street lighting it itself.
self. itself. Historians and students on munici municipal
pal municipal affairs tell us that this argument
was one of the most powerful one?
against the installation of street lights
in Berlin in 1820. Conservative people
of that city deemed it an act against
Providence to light the streets of Ber Berlin
lin Berlin with gas lights when God had or ordained
dained ordained that their section of the hemi hemisphere
sphere hemisphere should be dark. Kansas City
Great Wall of China.
An examination of the bricks and
mortar in the Great Wall of China
was made at Shan-hai-kwan by a
chemist attached to the Bureau of Sci
ence at Manila. He reports that th
bricks are so weak that pieces may
be broken off with the fingers.
They are much larger than ordinary
building bricks, gray In color, and
resemble pumice somewhat In struc structure.
ture. structure. The mortar, which is pure white
under the exposed surface, is much
stronger than the bricks. The tradi tradition
tion tradition that the bricks were dried In the
gun only has been confirmed by labora laboratory
tory laboratory tests. If they had been dried Ir
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OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1922
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Notice is hereby given that
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ceed to collect same by levy, if
necessary, as required, by law.
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R. H. Iifiifste&t
Molly saw it all as If In a dream.
The hideous presence of her assailant
was still with her. Then she saw
Hackett and Bowyer poll pistols from
their pockets. And each act was ex extended
tended extended In her mind and vision through
an eternity, as If It would never end.
She sprang to the table, seized the
oil lamp, and hurled It at their backs.
It struck them fairly, sending them
staggering before they had time to
fire. Instantly the curtains before the
windows were ablaze. A stream of
burning oil shot across the floor to the
divan, which began burning furiously,
filling the room with smoke. Wilton
and the two men closed.
There followed a furious struggle,
The combatants rolled over and over,
stumbling against the burning divan,
knocking over the chairs, crashing in into
to into the walls. All the while McDonald
hammered at the door and added his
shouts to the uproar.
Molly darted across the passage and
released him. "They're murdering
Will!" she cried. But the old man,
staggering out, only shouted distract distractedly.
edly. distractedly. Molly ran back. Hackett had
Wilton by the throat, and, as she
entered the room,- Bowyer wrenched
himself free, raised his pistol, and
brought the butt crashing down on
Wilton's head. Wilton toppled back
into the blazing oil.
Bowyer aimed, but Molly knocked
up his arm, and the shot went wild.
Bowyer turned upon Molly with a
"D n you I" he shouted, raising his
pistol to strike her down. McDonald
sprang between them. Hackett pulled
at Bowyer and dragged him to the
door. He whispered in his ear, and
Bowyer cursed him. They clinched In
Molly was unconscious of what was
transpiring. She had rushed to Wilton,
and, grasping him by the shoulders,
pulled him out of the flames. Seizing
him in her arms, she began madly beat beating
ing beating out the fire that was licking his
clothes and hair. She tore off his blaz blazing
ing blazing coat and with it extinguished
them. Hi en, holding his head against
her breast, she staggered toward the
door through the thick smoke, Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald at her side.
As she neared It Hackett leaped for forward.
ward. forward. He pushed the factor violently
back and slammed It. An instant later
there sounded the click of the key
in the lock.
"The window! The window!" shout
ed the factor.
But that side of the room was a liv living
ing living wall of five, and they seemed to
be trapped hopelessly. The heat was
Molly ran behind the blazing divan,
picked up the rifle, and drove a smash smashing
ing smashing blow against the back walL It
cracked; again and again she dashed
the stock against It, until a section of
the pine planks gave way under her
Together they carried Wilton through
into a room behind. Outside It was
quite light; a gust of wind came
through an open window and fanned
the flames to fury. With a roar the
fire leaped up the outer walls, and the
whole front of the camp was ablaze.
Molly scrambled to the silL clung
there, and dropped. The factor, lean leaning
ing leaning out, lowered Wilton's body. And
he himself dropped to the ground be beside
side beside the girl.
As he dropped she perceived, with without
out without realizing it, that he had used both
arms and legs. The paralysis had left
They ran down toward the lake.
carrying Wilton between them, and
making instinctively for the shelter of
As they passed the road, Bowyer
came out of the stable, pulling fierce fiercely
ly fiercely at the horses, which were fastened
to the rig. He had set his foot upon
the step when Lee Chambers and
Hackett broke upon him from among
Thev made a leap for the vehicle
"Let us in. d n you!" Chambers
Bowyer dealt him a blow with the
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Maybe Oser thinks a curry-comb
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whlpstoek that sent Mm staggering.
With a vile oath Hackett sprang for
the step. Bowyer lashed him across
the face, causing him to miss his foot footing,
ing, footing, and cursing and shouting, the two
men rushed after him and disappeared
down the road. The sound of the gal galloping
loping galloping horses died away. Molly
kneeled at Wilton's side, bathing his
face with water from the lake. The
factor held his wrist.
"His pulse beats sound, he said.
"Hell come back to hlmspilf soon.
Let's awa lass; let's awa'.
The girl hardly heard him. Piteously
she scanned Wilton's face for some
signs of returning consciousness. Bat
Wilton did not stir, though he was
Presently, with a hideous clamor,
the two outlaws returned. Molly held
her breath as they came back along
the road, only a few yards above
where she crouched with the factor.
But they passed on, and turned up
toward 'the camp, which blazed furi furiously,
ously, furiously, a flaming parallelogram against
the glow of the eastern sky. Into which
the rim of the sun just projected from
Even as she watched the girl saw
the blazing walls tumble inward. The
men leaped back, and then, shouting
drunkenly, made their way toward the
"Come awa', lass!" muttered Mc McDonald,
Donald, McDonald, pulling at Molly's arm.
He took Wilton by the legs, and to together
gether together they crept with him cautiously
further Into the bushes beside the
Suddenly Wilton opened his eyes.
And his first words fell like an icy.
chill on the girl's heart.
"Kitty, I tried to save your line!"
He was thinking of the fire. He
stared Into Molly's eyes without rec recognition,
ognition, recognition, and his own closed again.
Once more the factor pulled at the
"Come awa, lass!" he whispered
eagerly. Hell get well, Gome! It's
our chance a grand chance for us!"
"What do you mean?" she whis whispered
pered whispered back.
"Dlnna ye see? They think we're
dead. Tom Bowyer'll think we're dead
In the fire. He'll never trouble us
again. Come, lass! He wlnna come
to no harm !"
As he spoke, Molly perceived two
horsemen riding along the road. They
were policemen; they moved at a slow
walk, and they carried their rifles on
When they were within two hun
dred yards of the camp they dis dismounted,
mounted, dismounted, tied their horses to a tree,
and began to run forward swiftly
along the road. The uproar in the
stable had not ceased.
Lee Chambers came staggering out,
a bottle In his hand. And suddenly,
a hundred yards away, he saw Qualn
and the constable.
He bolted back with a scream of
terror. Then followed Hackett's bel bellowing
lowing bellowing roar, and the two men ap appeared
peared appeared at the door with rifles in their
The policemen ran toward them.
Qualn led the way. "Drop those!
Hands up! We've got you!" he
Molly saw Hackett drop to one knee
and draw a careful bead upon the In Inspector.
spector. Inspector. At that moment the constable fired.
The outlaw toppled head over heels
like a shot rabbit, and never stirred
again. The bullet had pierced his
With a cry of despair Chambers
fired wildly and turned to run. Once
more Qualn shouted, and the con
stable fired again. Chambers dropped
In his tracks and lay still.
Horror-stricken at the sight, Molly
crouched by Wilton's side. His eyes
were ODen r"" ntn not ver recw-
At That Moment the Constable Fired.
nlze her, but It was evident that con
dousness was coming back to him.
As the policemen began to carry th
bodies of the outlaws Into the atabl
the factor plucked violently at Mollyi
"What do you want to do, father?
Til tell ye. lass. Ye ken the trai
that strikes off from the road below
the lake and runs nigh the portage'
Well travel east through the bush twi
! about. We'll go to the store and pacl
j our few things and go. Aye. well go
j Well trajrel east through the bush twi
I hundred miles or maybe more, till wi
strike the line somewhere. And thei
i we're free. DInna say no. lass !"
Shy was touched by the babbllnj
'stammered words. They went .'straight
to her heart.
"He's naethlng to ye, lass?" asked
the factor, pointing at Wilton.
Molly looked at him. He had fallen
into a deep sleep. She could do noth nothing
ing nothing for him by remaining.
"No, father, he's nothing to me,"
"We'll put him a wee bit higher
on the slope, where they'll see him,"
the factor whispered.
They raised Wilton and laid him on
the new-fallen snow, not far from the
road. Then, cautiously and secretive secretively,
ly, secretively, they turned and plunged Into the
depths of the underbrush.
It was two hours later when Wil Wilton
ton Wilton opened his eyes, to find himself
lying in the stable. The inspector
was standing at the door; the con constable
stable constable paced at his side.
Wilton looked at Qualn with aston astonishment.
ishment. astonishment. He could remember nothing
since his plunge into the burning build building.
ing. building. "Jack!" he called feebly. "What's
happened to me? How did you get
here, old man?"
Qualn, who appeared to be strug struggling
gling struggling with some deep emotion, did not
"You know how I got here? -continued
Wilton. "They trapped Miss
McDonald and her father where is
"They're not here, Will."
"They must be here. I tell you I
saw her. That beast Bowyer had her
by the throat. It made me see red!
They got me down, and the place was
"Don't tell me that, Will," said the
Inspector In a choked voice. "Don't
tell me any more."
"Why not, Jack? What's the matter
"Because you're under arrest for
the willful murder of JoeN Bostock.
And I've I've cautioned your
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OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star June 26. 1902)
Benjte 'Weathers, a latent graduate
of Amherst, arrived home yesterday,
and is .the picture of health.
Yesterday afternoon J. J. Gerig
was riding with Mr. Dye in the hit hitter's
ter's hitter's automobile. A horse was pass passing
ing passing and became frightened. Mr. Gerig
got out and was holding the horse
until the machine had passed. The
horse became unmanageable, throw throwing
ing throwing Mr. Gerig against a tree and
bruised him very severely. He is in
bed today and will probably be con confined
fined confined to his home for several days.
Mrs. C, S. Cullen and baby will
leave in a few days to spend the sum summer
mer summer in North Carolina.
Mrs. L. P. Haisley has returned
from accompanying her mother to
Lewes, DeL, where she wlil spend the
J. R. Blackiston, the veterinarian,
has returned from a professional trip
to High Springs and Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Bullock have
returned to White Springs after a
visit to Mr. Bullock's parents, Gen.
and Mrs. Robert Bullock.
Neil Allred came home yesterday
from Palatka, where he is doing some
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star June 26, 1912)
The big sawmill at Silver Springs,
owned by E. P. Rentz and sons, Jack
and Jim, will be closed down in a few
days for extensive repairs and im improvements.
provements. improvements. The most modern ma machinery
chinery machinery will be installed and the
capacity of the mill, which is 50,000
cubic feet a day, will be increased to
85,000 feet per day.
Mr. Jack McCully of Berlin is in the
Mrs. A. P. Stucky is visiting friends
Messrs. Jenkins & Williams, build builders
ers builders of the Harrington Hall hotel, have
been unloading of late a car of mate material
rial material every day.
Judge L. L. Hopkins of Belleview,
clerk and a member of the council of
that village, was in the city today.
Thursday, June 29th, Leesburg in
Tuesday, July 4th; 9:30 a. in., Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg in Leesburg; 4 p. m, Leesburg
Thursday, July 13th, Leesburg: in
W. K. Lane,' M. D., physician and
surgeon specialist eye,ar, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fitzhugh Lej Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory,
at 8 o'clock p. m.
C. V. Roberts, Commander.
L. T. Craft, Adjutant.
ARE YOU PARTICULAR
FROM A BUSINESS STANDPOINT
send out a
CALL PHONEJNUMBER FIVE-ONE
STAR PUBLISHING CO.
ery Number 19,
meets every sec second
ond second Friday night
in each month at
8 o'clock at the
Masonic Hall. A. L. Lucas, E. C
B. L. Adams, Recorder.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
ucaia Jboage imo. iy. uonvenuons
held every Monday evening at eight
o'clock at the castle halL A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. R. Pedrick, C. C
C K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, L O. O. F,
meets every Tuesday evening at eight
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall -in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
E. E. Converse, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. C Blowers, W. 1L
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall every second Friday
evening at eight o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.
P. W. Whiteddea, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs' over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
A. L. Lucas, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Mr. Wells is better at writing his
tory than righting it Washington
GOOD PRINTING IS GOOD INVESTMENT
ARE YOU HARD
Of course you are if you
are interested in getting
the best results from your
Nothing will suit you ex except
cept except what is right in every
detail. Then get your job
printing where they take a
pride in doing every detail
AND LET US TALK IT OVER
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1922
qJA- 6 0
If you have any local or society
New Showing of Models That Won Favor 'jitems for the star-ca11 five-De
, at the Convention
Four Red Hot Models just off Fifth Avenue, that are Our Advanced
Models from the Red Cross Shoe Company
Mrs. N. W. Meadows is spending a
few days with relatives in Anthony.
The Ocala branch of the Early Set Settlers
tlers Settlers Association of America will be
organized on July 1st.
JAnd he says that if the water does
J him as much good as he expects that:
it will, he knows five prominent and
moneyed men of Miami who will come
here also to be benefited by this water
which is claimed to be equal in medic
inal value to the waters of Baden-;
Baden, Germany. This claim was
made by a man of German birth who
spent several months here last year.
An entirely new model in white de designed
signed designed for the woman who wants the
last word in ladies' footwear.
In three decidedly different mate materials,
rials, materials, but in the same Cleopatra model.
Quite Egyptian in model, but toned
down to a strictly American woman's
fancy. The materials are BLACK
PATENT LEATHER, BLACK Satin
of SKINNER'S SHOE SATIN,
WHITE BLUMENTHAL'S KID with
KID LINING to the end of the toe.
A stylish model with a very promi prominent
nent prominent GRECIAN influence in the in instep
step instep and toe. Made of best white kid
obtainable, also white kid lined from
toe to heel, two straps to button.
Small flags and large flags, cotton
and silk flags, at THE BOOK SHOP.
Mrs. B. T. Perdue has returned from
a week-end visit with friends at Day-
Mrs. G. A. Carmichaei has as her
gruest for this week Mrs. Gamble of
Candler, who arrived Saturday.
Daily Times-Union, Tampa Tribune,
Woman's Home Companion, Red
Book, American Magazine, Literary
Digest, Vogue at Phillips Drug Com
A French model shoe with an Amer American
ican American accent on the toe and heel, but
cut in an entirely French fashion. The
material is of black brocaded satin
quarters, with a plain SKINNER'S
SHOE SATIN vamp and toe.
These Models are the ones which won the most admiration from
the most cynical critics at both the St Louis Style Show and the
Southern Retail Shoe Convention at Jacksonville.
THESE MODELS ARE LATE ARRIVALS. SELECT YOURS WHILE
YOUR STYLE LASTS
ALL SIZES AND MODELS, AAs to Es
pifiTump o ounr
ulu iiiiiiu a onuL ouii
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beuchler of
Atlanta are guest sof Mr. and Mrs. E
C. Beuchler at their home at Anthony.
666 quickly relieves a cold. Adv.
The-friends of Mrs. H. S. Minshall
are glad to see her out again, after
several days of illness.
Albert's Plant Food for flowers; 25c
and 50c. packages. Sold at the Court
J. F. Ricketson, ticket agent at the
union station, spent Sunday with his
mother and other relatives at Folks-
call pnone luo early and you
won't have long to wait for your
meats and groceries for dinner. Main
Street Market. 2-tf
Out at Oak yesterday, Leon Clinch,
a colored man, hit Clifford Braxton, a
colored boy, with a baseball bat, in inflicting
flicting inflicting serious, perhaps fatal, injury.
Deputy Sheriff Perkins, this morning,
LOOK OUT BELOW
From the University of California
comes word that by observing the
"creep of the earth earthquakes may j
now te predicted as accurately as the j
weather. This will interest folks alog j
the Southern Pacific seaboard. It will j
enable them to install shock absorbers j
on their beds and pile sand bags
against the plate glass before the
quake arrives, says the Toledo Blade.
It will warn tliem in sufficient time to
permit early bathing. Being trapped
in a bathtub with a house tottering
about one's ears is embarrassing enter entertainment.
tainment. entertainment. It will allow the stretching
rounded up Clinch and put him in jaiL : o beneatn iooe ceiling piaster
i ana uue lashing oi canneu guous io
Property will go up now. See Ditto 'uUtr helves- The uew wiU Merest
and secure that nice home going up ; uslwum a! weiL U1 i"fc
on Dougherty street by making a W uux lo a Knowing gim
small payment down. Balance on easy to -ieet lhe aru that r"wws ewry
terms. Citizens Investment Company,: vt,
phone 162. 22-tf j tlle "urreiK-e of an earthquake.
Mavor L. T. Hickson of Mcintosh' Tentative approval by the Board of
on XTr T. H rfnr noor- nf V10 i Education of a plan to teach English
State Bank of Mcintosh, were in the ;
city Friday evening. Mr. Ledford is
a recent arrival from .Mount ernon,
Ga. ,and likes Florida very much.
Careful attention to the wants of
people who know good meats when
they see them is what has built up the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 2-tf
Messrs. H. H. Frazier, editor, J. W.
Frazier, associate editor, and Jimmie
Stephens, devil, of that live sheet, the
Williston Progress, were welcome
visitors. to the Star Friday evening.
They were on their way home from
666 cured Dengue Fever. Adv.
Our stock of fresh meats, vege vegetables
tables vegetables and poultry is always the best
to be had. Reasonable prices and
prompt delivery. Main Street Market.
Phone 108. 2-tf
Mr. E. Gibbons has opened a wood
yard on North Osceola street on the
property formerly owned by the late
J. D. Small, and solicits orders for
Agents for tHo
"Bends with your foot'
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
The trouble with Russian concess concessions
ions concessions is that they concede nothing.
The Lowest Priced, Most Fully Equipped,
Most Economical Auto MADE
OCALA MOTOR COMPANY
' Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Adams and
daughter, Miss Dorothy, and Mrs.
Adams' niece, Miss Gladys Carpenter,
left Sunday afternoon, for some
months of rest and recreation at Hen-
dersonville, N. C. 1
A nice, thoroughly modern bunga
low home for somebody is being built
bv the Citizens Investment Co. on a
lot on Dougherty street. Price and
terms easy. Call and see it. Phone
285 for particulars. 22-tf
TT J. IL
Saturday afternoon a telegram was
received in Ocala announcing the ar arrival
rival arrival of Brantly Alexander Weathers
3rd at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Weathers Jr., in New
York city. This is the ninth grand grandchild
child grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers
of this city and the new arrival is re receiving
ceiving receiving the warmest welcome by the
After a pleasant visit to his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lancaster,
and his sister, Miss Dorothy; also his
many old friends, Mr. Forney Lancas
ter left today for his home and place
of business in Pittsburg. Mr. Lancas Lancaster
ter Lancaster declares Ocala has improved 100
per cent in the last ten years.
on a large scale to adult foreigners
was announced at the monthly meeting
of the Allied Patriotic societies at
Fraunees tavern. The proposal con contemplates
templates contemplates enlisting the assistance of
the 2U0.O0O students in the upper
grades of the city's schools, who are
grounded in the speaking, reading and
writing of grammatical English, in the
performance of what is regarded as a
civic serke, looking forward to the
betterment of the whole community,
says the New York Tribune. The foreign-tongue
colony, it i pointed out, is
now recognized as one of the greatest
evils attendant upon the overgrowth
of large congested cities, and the com committee's
mittee's committee's suggestion for a more rapid
amalgamation of aliens is that a large
numler of these students be encour encouraged
aged encouraged each to undertake the Instruc Instruction
tion Instruction of one adult foreigner in English.
Now is your chance to get a nice
cottage home at reasonable price, on
easy terms and especially planned for
convenience and home comforts. Call
at 109 Dougherty street and see this
house. Ditto will show you and give
ALL-STARS DEFEATED ARLO
Rub-My-Tism ,an antiseptic. Adv.
That seven million majority has re reformed
formed reformed its lines and is now marching
towards the pie counter. Asheville
The Arlo Box Company's team of
Oak played the Jacksonville All-Stars
Saturday afternoon and were defeated
by the visitors by the score of 6 to 4.
This was the first game of the season
for the Arlo boys and they show some
good form that will develop into a
winning team after they have played
together a few more games. The
Jacksonville boys had strengthened
their team by the addition of four of
the Wildcats. Christopher pitched for
Arlo and after the first inning held
the visitors to only a few scattered
hits. Fowler did the slab work for
the All-Stars and pitched in wonder-
You are not responsible for the lives
and the characters, of those about you,
but you are responsible for your own.
After all, you do not have to lhe with
them, but you do have to live with
yourself, lou can shut the door on
the blackguard and the libertine, but
you cannot shut the door ou yourself.
Too many of us lose sight of this
truth. We deplore conditions that
thrust us into the society of unde
sirable people dishonest people, pro
fane peopJe, ii.temperate people, but
do we ever ask ourselves, "What kind
of a person have 1 shut away within
my own heart'" If that, person sud
denly emerged and claimed relation
ship, would we be ashamed to acknowl
edge it? Do you dislike selnsh people?
Then see to it that you yoursou are
not selhsh. Do you shrink from the
impure? Are you always pure com
uanv for yourself? After all "As a
man thinketh in his heart so is he."
"America It is the spirit of America
that I tried to incorporate into the
sketch of the eagle," said Albert Laes Laes-sle,
sle, Laes-sle, America's noted animal sculptor,
when asked about "The Eagle," one of
his finest bronzes, to be placed In the
exhibition under the auspices of the
Baltimore Charcoal club, says the
News of that city. "Eagles are a com
mon idea in a sculptor's mind. But we
see them either poised as if for flight,
with outstretched wings, or with head
turned, resting. To me that is not
Enjoy That Feeling
Which you get from wearing
A suit that is flawless in fit,
That is distinctive in style and
Made just for you the way you
It Will Pay You to Order Now
J. A. CHANDLER
120 S. Main street. Upstairs,
Room 1, Chase Bldg.
( RATES under this heading are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c: three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All account payable la
advance except to those who have reg
ular advertising accounts.
HOUSE WANTED I want to rent a
house as close in town as possible.
Phone 373 or address P. O. Box
116, Ocala. 26-3t
x o.m.i itciiiijeiiiii vi uvuscuuiu
goods. Must be closed out at once.
Small rugs, draperies, sewing ma machine,
chine, machine, small tables, some silverware,
beds, china, cut glass, etc., also pot potted
ted potted plants. Call at 222 E. Wash Wash-ingston
ingston Wash-ingston street. 26-3t
FOR SALE Milk cow. Gives large
quantity of milk daily. Apply to J.
Chas. Smith, 9th St., phone 491. 3t
FOR RENT Store room in the Ocala
House block facing courthouse. See
L. R. Bracken. 26-6t
WOOD FOR SALE For the best
wood at the lowest price call 471 471-Blue.
Blue. 471-Blue. Prompt delivery. E. Gib Gibbons,
bons, Gibbons, N. Osceola St. 6-24-tf
FOR SALE One "E. M." wood range,
practically new. Will sell cheap for
cash. Apply 304 S. Osceola St.,
corner 2nd St. A. L. Perry. 24-6t
FOR RENT Unfurnished house,
close in. All conveniences. Rent
reasonable. Phone 40 or see D. R.
Connor at Masters store. 24-6t
WANTED Salesman, agents. Adver
tise. Sell candy to storekeepers. Big
pay. Experience not necessary. The
Candy Co., 723 Walnut St., Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, Pa- 6-23-6t
LOST In Holder building, watch,
chain and silver pencil. Finder re return
turn return to Star and receive reward. 3t
America. So in making this sketch I
ful form, but was taken out in the tried to give the feeJing of America,
f X V t t 1 i 1 A I-
fourth because he was slated to pitch
another game in Jacksonville yester yesterday
day yesterday and did not want to tire himself
out. Carter pitched for several in innings
nings innings but the Arlo boys were about to
knock him out of the box so Fowler
came back in the eighth and finished
the game. A feature of the game was
the pretty catch that Franklyn made
in center field when he ran back and
straining every nerve, tense and with
an unheard-of force in reserve. That
is America. Great reserve strength,
ready to be used when needed.'
William Lawton and Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Ball of St. Petersburg, spent the
week-end in Ocala with Mr. Lawton's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lawton.
The Ocala friends of Mr. Lawton will
be pleased to hear that since leaving
Ocala six months ago he has been in
St. Petersburg and is doing well.
A dinner without a nice piece of
fresh meat is like the play of Hamlet
with Hamlet on a vacation. Phone us
you wants for tomorrow's dinner.
Main Street Market. Call 108. 2-tf
That new orchid called "Sophrolae "Sophrolae-liocattleya"
liocattleya" "Sophrolae-liocattleya" makes it a little more
difficult to say it with flowers. Bos Boston
ton Boston Post.
The morning and night sermons at
the Christian church Sunday by Mr.
Paul M. Trout, graduate of the Bab-
son Institute of Boston, were instruct instructive
ive instructive and full of inspiration to those in
I attendance at both services. Mr. Trout
is the son of Rev. C. H. Trout, pastor
iof the Christian church.
To prevent a cold, take 666. Adv.
Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51
Mr. John Dozier has rented his
apartment to Mr. C. M. Frazier of Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, who has come to Ocala to drink
the Salt Springs water, the curative
and medicinal properties of which
have been highly recommended to him.
It appears that there is a dearth of
stained-glass workers in England.
The few building projects that require
these artisans have been hard put to
It to get satisfactory work done. And
nabbed the line drive that Rymer had so another of the ancient arts, one of
labeled home run. Franklyn also hit
one on the nore that went over Ry Ry-mer's
mer's Ry-mer's head in left field for two bases,
scoring two men.
The Clarkson Hardware Company
will hold its annual stockholders meet meeting
ing meeting at its office July 4th at 2 p. m.
26-2t-mon F. E. Wetherbee, Sec'y.
the most beautiful expressions of the
later medieval age, passes and becomes
a memory. This is the sort of thing
for which there can be nothing but re regret.
gret. regret. The stained windows of old
churches casting their "dim, religious
light" will stand as a memorial to a
time when art was unimpeded by
That's What s Big Banker Said
About This Wonderful Misqnito
We all know that bankers aren't
given to idle talk and that their
praises are few but forceful.
Pointing to a bottle of Sweet
Dreams in a drug store at Montgom Montgomery,
ery, Montgomery, Ala., the president of one of the
leading banks of thaat city said:
"That mosquito remedy is a God Godsend."
send." Godsend." He knew for he had just returned
from a vacation at a gulf coast resort
where he had just given Sweet
Dreams a most severe test.
And he said it was a "Godsend."
You can get bottle just like the
Your druggist awaits your order.
Liberal bottles only 35c, or 3 bottles j
666 cures Bilious Fever. Adv.
His service on the bench has en enabled
abled enabled Judge Landls to bring many pic picturesque
turesque picturesque utterances to the attention of
an appreciative public. The exacting
baseball duties that now require all
his time may cause him to be less fa famous
mous famous though not less useful.
LOST One Hood tire and rim, 36s
4V2. Return to Buick garage and re receive
ceive receive reward. N. E. Lowe. 23-3t
DRESSMAKING All kinds of fancy
r.r.d plain dressmaking done. Mrs.
Sue ConnelL over Eagle Grocery
FOR HIRE Buick six. For quick and
satisfactory service call phone 231;,
or 434. CORDREY BROS. 22-tf
FOR SALE A few fresh Jersey cows
with calves, also one fine Jersey
bull. Joe. Breman. 21-6t
F03 SALE All household and Iritch Iritch-.
. Iritch-. en goods, including china, cut glass,
curtains, rugs and potted plants.
Bargain if sold at once. Call at No.
222 E. Washington St. 20-t
7CR SALE One horse, wagon and
harness. Horse is well broken for
farm or other purposes. A bargain
to quick buyer. Apply to Richard
Danko, one mile from Berry Car Carter's
ter's Carter's place on the Dunnellon road,
or V. Mrasek, Ocala. 20-6t
A growing Impression among French
statesmen that their country will be
unable to meet her Indebtedness
should dispose at once of any desire
to perpetuate so expensive a custom
Japanese society girls are learning
the fox trot, which Indicates that, the
people of Nippon are not as adept as
they might be in separating wheat
from chaff when they adopt western
OAT SEED FOR SALE 500 bushels
genuine old Florida 90-day oat seed.
The only sure crop oat for this sec section.
tion. section. Ten bushel lots, $2 per busheL
Newccmb Barco, Cotton Plant, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 6-l8rlm
AGENTS WANTED We start yqu in
'the candy making business at
home, or small room anywhere, fur furnishing
nishing furnishing everything and buying yqur
candy. Good pay. Men, women. The
House of Candymakers, 719 Walgut
St., Philadelphia, Pa. 26-Jt
LIVER TROUBLES Physician ex ex-plains
plains ex-plains simple treatment for inflam inflamed
ed inflamed gallbladder and bile ducts asso associated
ciated associated with gallstones. Booklet free.
Dr. H. Paddock, Box 201, Kansas
City, Ma. It
If civilization is on trial, as the
pessimists say, why not dress it up as
a woman, accuse it of murder and
put it before the American, jury -Washington
See the house now in course of con construction
struction construction on Dougherty rtreet. If you
would like to own it see Cam or Ditto
and have any chaneres you would like
made before it is too late. Let me You can bid business pessimisnr
show you the many attractive features farewell with good bays. Washing Washing-here.
here. Washing-here. F. W. Ditto. 22-tf j on Post.
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