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, TEMPERATURES This morning 68; this afternoon, 78.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 5 :32 ;-29
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 153
WEATHER FORECAST-jed tonight and Thursday, probably local thundershowers.
THE FIRST E
Ocala Boys, However, Braced
Took the Second by Scoi
Of Four to One
Overstreet, c ..... 4 0 1 3 1 0
Wood, rf ..' ... 3 0 1 2 0 i
Brooks, 1st ..4 1 2 10 0 0
Liddell, cf 3 0 0 1 0 0
Ulrich, p 3 O i l 3 0
Wbitney, x ...... .10 0 0 00
34 2 8 24 11 4
xBatted for Wood in the ninth.
Score by innings: R H E
Leesburg 010 002 OOx 3 5 1
Wildcats 000 000 0112 8 4
r OCALA WON FOUR TO ONE
The second game of the double
header played yesterday went to th
Wildcats by a score of four to one.
The Ocala boys played a better game
in Ocala in the afternoon than they
The first game of the double
scheduled for the fourth was
in Leesburg yesterday mominjdi(1 in Leesburg in the morning. "Old
went to the Lake county boys Folks" "Whitney pitched for the Wild Wild-score
score Wild-score of 3 to 2. Frequent errcats and held the visitors to four hits,
the part of the Wildcats cost thn addition to his good slinging he
game, while the ability of lesbbattej a iooo per cent. He came
tighten up in the pinches jkepi,p three times and drove out three
Ocala nine from scoring seral .jngie3. Taylor also got three hits
when there were runners in lut of three times at bat.
Lariscy pitched masterful lalL j afternoon game was featured
ing out no less than eight oithe y double plays, both teams securing
hitting Wildcats and allowng WQ tvrin affairs to their credit. Tay Tay-eight
eight Tay-eight hits. ,r made a pretty stop of a ball
Red Ulrich did the tossini for irown by Overstreet in the fourth in in-;
; in-; Wildcats and pitched as gocj a g,, joe Brooks caught a foul fly
as any pitcher has ever hurld forat wag nard to reach and Frieble
boys but it looked like our erors jde a catch in right field that was
to come when errors meant uns. ;pretty as is ever seen around this
walked in the winning rurj of rt 0f tjje country. Kirlen dragged
game but the deciding ball ; on a not one in lef t field and show show-walk
walk show-walk was powerful close, led hthe locai fans that he had some
the Lake county pick-ups t a sc up j,i8 sleeve,
tered five hits. j .eesburg started the afternoon
, le ou uy maiuflg a run in wte ursfc
glory when he made a wondeful rungi Oser led off and went out
ning match of a line drive t cent to first. Sweeney tried the same
field that Van Landingham hd labe and Taylor threw the wet ball
ed two bases. Alsobrook was-unnin allowing Sweeney to go to see see-t
t see-t so fast and leaning so far over I Medlin went out second to first,
order to make the catch tha he fepi singled, scoring Sweeney,
and rolled over and over buthe helqe went out third to first,
on to the ball like a bulldog es to ja pusbed her first run across
tramp's leg. late in the second inning. Brooks
Van nabbed a pop fo il thatvas in an out to first unassisted,
tended to fall safe. A foul all hasi 8mgled. Whitney singled,
about as much chance with V as the.g Liddell to second. Taylor
proverbial snowball has m tl lower scoring Liddell, but the side
regions. Red Ulrich helded s posi position
tion position with the precision of a vll-oiled
piece of machinery, it was ally to
try to drive one through hi. Red,
Taylor and Brooks pulled off i clean
double play in the eighth. i
Leesburg started the ball oiling
when she scored one run in theecond
inning. Oser led off and hit easy
fly to right field but HarryWood
dropped it. Frisbie sacrificed (er to
second. Medlin singled and ;ored
Oser. Alsobrook struck out anMed anMed-lin
lin anMed-lin was. caught trying to pilfer tond.
Again in the sixth Leesburg go'oose
and added two more runs to hetally
before the Wildcats could stopiem.
pillespi led' off with a single. ItaU
naker followed with a scratch hihru
short. Sweeney hit to Ulrich who
threw to Van on third to force Gsspi
but he threw so hard that Van top topped
ped topped the ball and the bases werfull
with nobody down. Oser walkeand
forced Gillespi's run. Freible ew
put to right field and all runners jre
held. Medlin hit to second bo
fumbled too long to catch the ru,er
at the plate but got Medlin at st.
Alsobrook flew out to third.
Ocala made her first run in he
eighth. Wood led off and far.dj.
Brooks singled. Liddell fouled oito
the catcher. Ulrich singled, advamg
Brooks to second. Leon hit to art
' but tried to catch Ulrich at seed
and dropped the ball, scoring Bros.
Van fouled out to catcher.
In the ninth Ocala made anotj
run and came near tying the scorea
an extremely close decision at 5
plate. Rymer led off with a sin&
Taylor hit to short and Rymer M
forced at second but Taylor was si
at first. Overstreet singled. White
went in to pinch hit for Wood and 1
to short and was thrown out at fir
tired without further runs. In
lirth Ocala piled up three mor
nd won the game. Wad led
I walked. Brooks sacrificed
'second. Liddell advanced Har-
hlrd and was himself safe en
Liddell stole second and then
V singled, scoring both run
n?aylor singled, sending Whit Whit-necond.
necond. Whit-necond. Van hit to the pitcher,
scTaylor but forcing Whitney at
tnon singled. Rymer went out
The Box Score
AB R H PO
3 0 0 1
0s . .
Len . '. . .
AB R H PO
3 1 3 3
8 21 13
Leesburj 1C0 00 0 I 4
Wildcat , qo 300 x 4 8
Bumm Sacrifice hit. Brooks.
Stoleq tTjddelL Double plays,
Le011 to s, Leon to Taylor to
Brooks, ltQ Gillespi, Freible tq
Oser. Strat by Sch.arding 0, by
but Overstreet gained second in sal Wnitney se balls off Schard-
ty. Brooks singled and scored Tayl(inS 2, off ey 9. Time 1-5 xjm
Overstreet missed scoring by exactpire Rya
three one-hundredths of an inch ar -rrrrr
his out ended the ball game. Sir Umj Hq HOME
had a real job on his hands when h
decided that last play at the pi a tO resident qjnited States for The
It was as close as a Leesburg boy sit Time a Plain Citizen
to his girl in a porch swing. .
The Box Score
AB R H PO A
Porter, c ......... 4 0 0 10 1
Gillespi, 3rd ...... 4 1 2 1 2
Stamaker, If 3 1 1 0 0
Sweeney, 1st 3 1 0 10 0
Oser, ss ......... 3 0 2 4
Freible, rf ...... 3 0 0 1 1
Medlm, 2nd . 3 0 1 2 5
Alsobrook, cf ..... 3 0 0 1 0
Lariscy, p .. .3 0 0 0 1
30 3 5 27 14
Ocala AB R H PO A
Leon, 2nd 4 0 1 2 3
Van L., 3rd 4 0 0 2 1
Rymer, If ........ 4 0 110
Taylor, sa 4 11 2 3
INTENDS TO CALL
Provisional Government Finds
That a Resort to Force Is
Dublin, July 5. (By Associated
Press). It is learned on excellent au authority,
thority, authority, says the Press Association
this afternoon, that the Irish provis provisional
ional provisional government intends to issue a
national call to arms tomorrow.
SHATTERED BUT NOT SUBDUED
The irregulars at noon were still
holding out in the postoffice and build
ings in the center of the block on
Sackville street, which has formed
their stronghold. The government
forces are said to have penetrated the
Gresham hotel. The Hammam hotel
was in flames.
ST. LOUIS BANDITS
SWIPED THE SHEKELS
Might Also Have Carried Off The
Guard if They Had Wanted
St. Louis, July 5. Seven bandits to
day boarded a Tower Grove street car,
disarmed the policeman accompanying
Joseph Mossop, messenger for the
Tower Grove Bank and escaped with
a satchel containing $28,000 the mes
senger waa taking to a downtown
DEMOCRATS WILL NOT
OPPOSE THEIR CHOICE
San Francisco Will be Amiably
Awarded to Republicans as Their
Next Convention City
GOING TO PIECES
Thousands of the Men Who Walked
Out Last Week Now Trying
To W alk Back In
Chicago, July 5. (By Associated
Press). Striking railroad shopmen
were reported drifting back' to work
today in groups of uncertain numbers.
B. M. Jewell, head of the shopmen, re reiterated
iterated reiterated the union assertions that the
strike was 100 per cent effective at all
Maintenance of way men, despite
the decision of their executive coun council
cil council last night to postpone strike action
temporarily, are reported joining the
walk-out. Freight handlers, clerks,
stationary firemen and oilers joined
the deserting ranks of the shopmen at
various points although fully as many
shops reported men returning to work
St. Augustine, July 5. Vice Presi President
dent President Beckwith, of the Florida East
Coast, in an ultimatum to the striking
shopmen today said all not at work
by 7 a. m. July 10th would be consid considered
ered considered permanently out of the service.
THREE TRAINS LAID OFF
Norfolk, Va., July 5. The Norfolk
Southern Railway today announced
the cancellation of three passenger
trains because of the shopmen's strike,
it being necessary to conserve motive
- BEEN GIVEN UP
Ab'en Owned Patents that Passed Into
Control of the Government
During the War
wasnmgton July; 5. Formal de demand
mand demand will be made by Alien Property
Custodian Miller this week on the
Chemical Foundation for return to
the custodian of all formerly alien
owned patents not controlled by the
foundation Mr. Miller announced to
day. Mr. Miller said in event of re
fusal to turn over the patents as has
been indicated by Francis P. Garvan.
head of the foundation, a suit in equity
will be filed in the supreme court of
the District of Columbia, in conform
ity with President Harding's instruc
KANSAS TOWN HAD
A MYSTERIOUS KILLING
GOVERNOR OF OHIO
! ANOTHER HE-GOOSE
JWanon. President Harding
0 justk a plan today in his own
Come town. !ved of the burdens
ms nign be spent the day
pinning wither of his family,
Qtimate frid tbe boys at the
lThe presidtfreased crowd at
0e fair grourday btu today's
Ody scbedulearance ln pubUc
s. reviehistorical parade
liged in Mar.tennia! celebra celebra-jjin.
jjin. celebra-jjin. It is thjident's first visit
0me since hefarion March 2nd
jyear ago foihite House.
lAdvertisers i, Urt wires.
San Franeiseou July 5. Strone sen
timent has been created autong the
chiefs of. tbe republican party in favor
of ban Francisco as, the scene of the
1924 national convention, accordine to
word received here from the east.
PHILLIPS DRUG STORE NEWS
Charles Rawls, our clerk and book
keeper, is receiving congratulations
of his many friends as one of the prize
winners of yesterday's shoot of th
gun club. Forty-one of the state's
best shots were entered. Good re
cords were made.
Ir. Mlccdm Beach, a graduate of
the Philadelphia College of Pharm
acy, is now at the head of our pre
scription department. This college is
the oldest institution of its kind in the
United States, having recently cele
brated its centennial. Mr. Beach has
had fourteen years experience, having
been employed, in some of the best
known drug stores on the Atlantic
seaboard. He is registered m Florida.
Milk-shakes are the popular drinks
served at our fountain this season. We
have used as much as twenty gallons
of milk in one day which will make
400 46-ounce drinka.
Tuesday's bicycle races which were
held around t he courthouse square
were exciting. Several valuable prizes
were awarded. The race for colored
riders ended in catastrophe. Several
riders were entered and while they
were making a. corner a free for all
collision, occurred, all riders being
thrown with the exception of one.
Mosquitoes. One in a sleeping room,
with make a night miserable. We
are selling lots of sleep insurance,
Sweet Dreams and, Walker's Devil Devilment.
ment. Devilment. stearate applied to baby's skin wiU
form a soothing and waterproof coat coating
ing coating which will relieve, and cure. Good
for gTown folks too,
Basebawl. Tuesday's games with
Leesburg were close and exciting.
Ocala playing at Leesburg in the
morning, being defeated with a score
of 3 to 2, while e afternoon game
was decided by a score of 4 to 1 in
favor of Ocala.
Sam Phillips has been appointed a.
committee of one to decide upon a
proper floor covering for our store.
Linoleum has been decided upon, but
a proper color is the yet unsolved
Sure we sell stamps. And remem remember
ber remember oftimes we are open when the
postoffice is closed.
If you want the baseball score, come
in. We receive the scores by telegraph
and the score board is right back of
our flashlight and magazine counter.
Yes, we are headquarters for pow powders.
ders. powders. We carry a complete line of
bug, roach, flea, talc and face.
PHILLIPS DRUG CO.,
"The Store Eeliable. It
Shields a Georgia Murderer for No
Reason Except that He Has
a Dark Skin
. Rome, Ga., July 5. Governor Davis
of Ohio, has refused to honor extra extradition
dition extradition papers from Georgia for Henry
Maxwell, negro, wanted in Floyd
county on a murder charge, declaring
the negro would be lynched if brought
back to this state, according to Sheriff
Wilson, who has just returned from
Cleveland, wher the fugitive was arrested.
DARKEY'S LIVES WILL
BE IN DANGER
Bunch of Negroes Employed to Break
a Strike in West Virginia
Parkersbiirg, W. Va., July 5 About
fifty negroes arrived here from the
east and south today and will be em employed
ployed employed as car cleaners n the Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore & Ohio shops. The negroes are
camped near the shops and surround surrounded
ed surrounded by guards.
PICNIC AT BLUE SPRINGS
Blue Springs was a favorite picnic
spot yesterday, a number of parties
spending the day in that pleasant
spot, where they enjoyed the bathing.
Those in one party were Rev. and Mrs.
C W. White, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Blow
ers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Swindell, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sim Simmons
mons Simmons and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Clyatt, Mr. John Brooks, Miss Er
nestine Brooks, Miss Irene Tompkins
and Miss Ulainee Barnett,
Another party of young folk spend spending
ing spending the day at Blue Springs chaperon chaperoned
ed chaperoned by Mrs, Ola Potter included Ger
trude Mayo, Dollie Poter, Theresa
Condrey, Bob Simmons, Eugene Pot
ter and Edward Cook.
Untraced Bullets Strike Down Victims
at a Fourth of July
Pittsburg, Kan., July 5J One spec spectator
tator spectator was killed and two wounded by
steel jacketed bullets mysteriously
fired during a sham battle here by
members ?of the American Legion at
a fourth of July celebration yesterday.
Glenn Harry, eighteen, is dead. Mrs.
Charles DeBuy and Edward O'Connor,
a policeman, were wounded. All three
were standing close together in a
crowd which gave rise to the theory
that hte shots were aimed at some one
marked for death. The legion mem members
bers members declared positively their rifles
fired only blanks.
KILL OR CURE
Treatment Recommended bv Doctor
Conklin Probably Decisive
Monster from the Tropical Seas Ap Appears
pears Appears in the Lacbine Rapids
Near Montreal r
Montreal July 5. Consternatiott
has spread through bathing circles
here by the capture of a barracuda
near Montreal, one of which ferocious
fish recently caused the death of Miss
Dorothy McClatchie, of Montreal, at
St. Petersburg. Fla. Fishincr in rtm
Lachine Rapids, two men caught the
barracuda.. They killed it when it at attacked
tacked attacked them. Bathing activities have
virtually ceased as a result of their
RAIN DELAYED THE
They Were Run on the Public Square
Last Night and Were Lively
And Well Contested
Los Angeles, July 5. Epilepsy may
be cured by fasting, according to the
theory advanced by Dr. Hugh Conk
lin, speaking before the annual con
vention of the American Osteopathic
Association in session here. The
Conklin treatment is to fast the pa patient
tient patient twenty-two days and permit him
to take only water.
TROLLEY CAR STRUCK
A MOTOR TRUCK
In Consequence, One Dead and a Score
Wounded in Albany
Albany, N. Y., July 5.A sixty-year-old
woman is dead anw twenty-
three persons are in the Saratoga hos
pital, seven beb'eved to be fatally
wounded, as the result of a trolley car
crashing into a motor truck last night
in which people were returning from
The bicycle races scheduled for yes
terday afternoon were postponed until
night because of the steady rain that
lasted almost all the afternoon. About
eight o'clock in the evening, the con contestants
testants contestants and the interested specta
tors roped off the square and the races
were entered into with a vim.
The first race was for three miles,
fifteen laps around the souare. Gil
bert (Speedy) Britton, : the Western
Union boy, annexed first prize with a
time of seven minutes and 63 seconds,
while Hemphill Whitesides and B. W.
Miley followed a close second end
third in eight minutes and ten sec seconds.
onds. seconds. .- V'.' ; ; :" i ,: ',
The second race was for two miles
and was won by Mike Knight in seven
minutes, 10 seconds, closely followed
by Dempsey Mayo and Billie Howell.
Dempsey came near winning this race
but did not have quite as much endur endurance
ance endurance as Mike and lost ground in the
last few laps. v
The third race was for negroes and
created the greatest excitement be because
cause because of the intense feeling between
the contestants. The boys not only
tried to win, the race themselves but
tried to crowd their opponents off the
street. They' fell time after time but
Luther Brown finally came out ahead
with Lee Kendrick and John Wise sec second
ond second and third. ''T.:
The management of the races wishes
to thank the mayor and the police for
the use of the square for the races
and for the efficient way in which the
streets were kept clear while the boys
MRS. W. T. COLE
Mrs. B. F. Condon was the hostess
last night atauction, complimenting
Mrs. Peter Mackintosh, of Miami. The
two tables for players were placed in
the dining room and in the living
room and there the friends of the hon hon-oree
oree hon-oree and hostess enjoyed auction and
renewing former friendships with tht
guest of honor. After the game the
hostess spread the tables with pretty
linen tea cloths, and a cooling and
tempting salad course with iced coffee
was served. Three of the guests were
presented with pretty remembrances
of the evening Mrs. Mackintosh, the
guest of honor, a string of pretty
beads; Mrs. John Good, a bon-bon dish
filled with mints; Miss Adele Bittin Bittin-ger,
ger, Bittin-ger, a pretty little basket, filled with
the same confection. Those enjoying
the evening were Mra. Mackintosh,
Mrs. John Good, Mrs. Claude Kreger,
Mrs. Paul Theus, Mrs. Ed Ahearn,
Misses Margaret Jackson and Adele
Mrs. W. T. Cole passed away at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. William
Debney of Florence, S. C, Tuesday
morning. Mrs. Cole was well known
in Ocala, where she made her home
for many years. After the death of
her husband, she lived with her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
McAteer, until recently when she
went to South Carolina to stay with
her other daughter. Mrs. Cole was a
good Christian woman and will be
greatly missed by her friends and
mourned by her children. She is sur survived
vived survived by two daughters, Mrs. H. S.
McAteer of Ocala and Mrs. Debney
of Florence, S. C, and by two sons,
Harry Cole of Leesburg and Royal
Cole of San Francisco. The remains
will arrive this afternoon on the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard and the funeral will be from the
chapel at the undertaking parlors of
Sam R. Pyles & Company at three
OCALA BOYS WON
THE WATER FIGHT
A SORROWFUL FOURTH
Jacksonville, July 4. Walter West West-cott,
cott, West-cott, engineer in charge of the Read Reading
ing Reading railroad's Midnight Flyer, wreck wrecked
ed wrecked at Winslow Junction, N. J yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, was a brother of Mrs. J. D.
Robinson, of Bunnell, it was learned
today. Mr. and Mrs. Rf bin son came
here yesterday fdr the fourth. Soon
after their arrival they were advised
of their brother's death. They left
last night for New Jersey for the
funeraL Westcott's body was buried
in the wreckage and up to this morn morning
ing morning had not been recovered.
Judging by the tax returns, many
Americans are convinced that theirin theirin-comes
comes theirin-comes are nothing to speak. oL Life.
Two teams, one from the Ocala, the
other from the Leesburg, fire depart departments,
ments, departments, contested vigorously in a water
fight on the east side of the court courthouse
house courthouse square Tuesday afternoon.
The battle was spirited, and aitho
rain was falling, was witnessed by
hundreds of interested spectators. A
long wire was strung from one end
of the square to the other, and on the
wire, like a big bead, was strung a
keg. A broad mark denoted the exact
center of the line of wire. The Ocala
team was at the south and the Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg team at the north end of the
square, each armed with a hose, which
was coupled to the nearest hydrant.
The game was for -the teams to pour
a stream of water against the keg
and drive and keep it if possible on
the other team's side of the line, the
contest to continue fifteen minutes.
The members o the opposing teams
wore their oil clothes, and probably
nothing else. When the word was
given each directed a stream of water
at the keg. Ocala made the first hit
and drove the keg far up on the Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg line. But the Lake county boys
soon found the target' and drove it
back again almost but not quite to the
Both sides showed skill and pluck
and the keg received an awful soak soaking.
ing. soaking. The boys were soaked also, but
that was probably grateful to them.
The victory remained with Ocala,
but Leesbarg'g team made a fine fight,
and its town should be proud of h.
The Ocala boys were Paul SockwelL
Leslie Rawls, Hiram Hill and Don Mc Mc-Rae.
Rae. Mc-Rae. We regret that we did not ob obtain
tain obtain the names of the Leesburg boys.
SHOOT WAS SUCCESSFUL
The Ocala Gun Club's fourth of July
shoot was most successf uL The Star
will try to give the scores tomororw.
OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1922
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until, we are assured of something
better to take its place. We have al
ways despised the averts advertising
sign, as a blot on the scenery. But
ther are a bomber of roads in Florida
where the traveler not know
where he was if it wasn't for the an
nouncement every 1760 yards, "So
many miles to the Goodgas garage in
Lemonadeville." It doubles the tedium
of traveling not to know how far it
is to the next town.
THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA
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osmon 29 .per cent aaamonai. nates
Pour days and four nights after
leaving Titusville, we sailed down the
Indian river. It was the middle of
summer; the wind was light and
baffling, and our progress was made
by tacking back and forth across the
river. So we saw most of the little
towns then in existence. We went
ashore only at a few had we stopped
at all it would have added a couple of
days to our time. But we all had
good eyes, reinforced by an excellent
double-barreled spyglass, and three
based on tour-inch minimum. less than
four inches .will take a higher rate,
which 'will' be furnished upon applica application.'
tion.' application.' Readlaa- .Notices' Five cents per line
for first insertion; three cents per line
tor each subsequent insertion. One
change a week allowed on readers with without
out without extra composition charges.
Legal advertisements at legal rates.
Palm Beach Post printed Declara Declaration
tion Declaration of Independence for 4th of July
editorial. Bet it was news to most of
those, who read it.
yvh&t Sam's hired for to say some something
thing something like' that once in awhile.
It is time the papers of Florida
raised up and abolished that two-vote
Snary monstrosity under which this
feebly out toward the sea. It seemed OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
a desert and lonely land as wild and s
inhospitable as when Ponce de Leon's J (Evening Star July 5, 1902
caravels sailed northward along the The ever erlorious fourth of Julv has
same coast three and three-quarter tome and gone and its celebration in
centuries before. But it was pleasant Ocala left nothing but pleasant mem mem-the
the mem-the night was cool and beautiful; my ories. Visitors began to congregate
duties as cook performed 1 nad notn- early and by ten o'clock at least!
ing to do but rest and look, and that 2000 people were lined up in front oi
night-draped, starlit summer sea was, the Ocala House. Later on when all
worth looking' at aid 'ieinembermg.'jthe trains had reached the city, prob prob-Midnight
Midnight prob-Midnight was coming when a little jably a thousand more had been added
faint ray, the mere ghost of a light, to the number, in which every section
feebly stabbed the darkness ahead, j0f Marion county was represented,
vanished and stabbed again. It was
Our stock of ; fresh ratats, 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
iL, SPECIAL, SPECIAL
.i2 is held down to mediocrity.
"IPerhaps if you will keep on clamor clamoring
ing clamoring about it you will get something
yvir. Brayan broadcasted a speech in
Kansas City the other night. The air
had been previously engaged for some
jass music and vaudeville so he had to
givehis speech at 6:30, just when it
was' likely to' be drowned out by the
supper soup course.--Miami Herald.
j Wonder if the Herald misspelt the
peerless' name by accident.
. The Times-Union cleverly says:
"'OcaTa people are beginning to realize
that .its justly famous Silver Springs
is',, capable of being turned into gold,
or that, at least, it will produce suffi sufficient'
cient' sufficient' greenbacks to pay for all the im improvements
provements improvements contemplated, and more.
It is one of Florida's real natural
beauty spots and needs to be popular popularized
ized popularized as well as capitalized."
" Just to keep the record straight:
.The next time, you hear some news newspaper
paper newspaper j critic declare that the newspa newspa-jperes
jperes newspa-jperes are full of crime hews, tell him
jthai Prof Bristow Adams, of the
"NeyYork State College of Agricul Agriculture,"
ture," Agriculture," checked up the leading newspa newspapers
pers newspapers of the country for one month
and found that the average paper de
votes less than & per cent of its j sailing vessels.
news space to crime news. And 11 this
"argufyer" doesn't believe you, send
. him ,jtothe Times and let him see the
eyidence.-7-St. Petersburg Times.
s ; Trouble is with the readers. They
jwill turn away from' anything else to
read a. crime story.
used the combination to the full ex
tent. Our skipper and one of the
young men had made the trip several
times before; to the others, it was a
new world. We were from more
northern states; we felt like we were
almost on top of the equator and
would hardly have been surprised any
morning if our skipper had bidden us
prepare to cross the line.
The northerner was the pioneer of
the East Coast; before he arrived
there were but few Floridians. An
old settler told me that before the
civil war houses were from twenty to
fifty miles apart along the river, and
that towns did not exist. After the
war a few northern families came in
and' made settlements more follow
ed, but native Floridians were scarce
until after the railroad was built.
South of Titusville were City Point,
Cocoa and Rockledge, Georgiana, Eau
Gallie, Melbourne, Micco, Sebastian,
St." Lucie, Eden and probably a dozen
smaller places. They were all new
towns then, almost entirely wooden
houses, lively in winter, but rather
somnolent in summer. The now im important
portant important town of Fort Pierce was not
on the map, nor do I remember hear hearing
ing hearing of it. There were a number of
orange groves on both sides of the
river. Nevertheless, it was often we
could look up and down both shores
for miles and see no trace of human
habitation. Twice we went ashore, on
the eastern side, crossed the narrow
strip between the river and the ocean,
scanned to the full power of our
binoculars north and south and out to
sea, and saw no trace 01 numan me.
The two steamers of the Indian river
line were laid off for the summer and
the gasoline-driven boat did not exist,
tho its predecessors, the naptha
launches were slenderly represented.
There was one thing then the Indian
that is scarce
another lighthouse, telling us that no
matter how far from home, bur Uncle
Sam, so long as we stayed in sight
of his shores, would occasionally lift
up a torci to tell us where we were.
I went comfortably to sleep on the
deck planks were soft 'to my bones
those days and knew no more until
an invisible force rolled me over and
over and made me claw wildly to
keep, as I thought, from rolling over overboard.
board. overboard. There was a laugh, and as I
sat up, with a gasp of relief the helms helmsman
man helmsman yelled at me to hustle some coffee
and roust out the watch below.
The boat had come about, was lay-
while Sumter sent a large delegation
and Lake, Citrus, Alachua and Putnam j
did not forget us.
Mrs. D. M. Boney has recovered
from a long spell of sickness.
Mrs. W. H. Clark is visiting her
j ii r ttij t ty
oaugnier, ivirs. r.11. xeuei,i, in oavan- j
J. J. Gerig left Thursday to visit
his "mother in Winsboro, S. C.
Master Guy Zewadski returned
yesterday from Washington, where he j
spent the past seven months as page ',
in the United States Senate and where 5
he made many fast friends in that dis- j
tinguished body. j
Mrs. C. M. Gray and children and
sister, Miss Polk, of St. Petersburg, i
n 7-passenger touring. Fair
ct $425. Spencer-Pedrick
Phone 8. 7-1-tf
Salt Springs Water j
We always have on
hand a quantity of this
famous MINERAL WATER
ready for delivery in five
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
am Motor Co
ing way over on her' port side and a
strong breeze was driving her along but formerly of Ocala, are in
at a rate 1 nad never seen ner move j visiting friends
Deiore. we were racing witn and sheriff Nugent held four
overtaking the waves, making them gaieg today.
angry and occasionally causing a rr O. Grothe is building an addi-;
spiteiui one to tnrow a iew Ducxets- tion 1 laboratory that will great great-fulj
fulj great-fulj of water aboard as it slid back ly increase the capacity of his estab-
toward the stern. 1 revenged myself hishment to meet the demands of his
for my unceremonious waking by PUH-trade
ing out the skipper and his pardner,
and then I tried to placate the whole
crowd with coffee. It was easy work,
and as we stood by the helmsman, who
steered not with a "wheel but a long,
clumsy tiller, drinking the cheering
beverage out of tin cups, there came a
brightness to the eastward on the sur surface
face surface of the sea. It glittered more and
more,' and then long lances of light
pushed up into the sky where it met
the water. A segment of a golden
circle, at first no bigger than the up
per rim of a soup plate gleamed over
the emerald rim of the ocean. It was
slowly shoved, by some invisible power
higher and higher, and began to get
as big as the upper half of a wash-
tub. The boat surged and dipped, for
a minute we took our eyes off the
sunrise, and when we turned them to
it again the great golden sun had
jumped above the water line and sent
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star July 5, 1912)
Rev. Bunyan Stephens, the new
Baptist minister, and his family are
Mr. Perry Anthony, one of the pop
ular clerks at Helvenston & Pasteur's
store, left Tuesday for a two weeks
vacation at Cedar Keys.
Mrs. Charles Hardee, and two chil
dren and Miss Helen Hardee will leave
tomorrow for Hendersonville, N. C,
to spend the summer.
Mrs. C. R. Kreger and Miss Tommie
Standley left yesterday for Orlando :
to visit their sister, Mrs. Lee Miller3
and will go from there to spend the ;
remainder of the summer at the beach.
Rev. Campbell Gray and family are
now occupying the new Episcopal rec rectory.
tory. rectory. It is a handsome building and j
The Most Perfectly Ved H4el in he South'
The Commercial and MaaAlwaya Welcome
At Your Home
the rector and the parishioners are
3 wirio Machine smilA bctoss rnc
miles of tumbling' waves straight to V Pud 01 it.
"v" o I i j hi o t
are kucsis 01 mr. aim iuis. o. xw.
The Misses Mizelle of Orange Lake
river had in plenty
now sailboats. I do not believe there
was any time in daylight we could
look either up or down the river with without
out without k seeing a sail, and sometimes we
counted at least a dozen. It is a pity
the art of sailing has fallen off, for
the Indian river and tributaries are
fine cruising grounds for small-sized
Flying the ilag on flag day may be
a test, of patriotism, but if so Tampa
: is woefully deficient in patriotic spirit.
But two flags were shown on Franklin
: street, on that day as a correspondent
. of the Times noted yesterday, and
. those two were flown by those whom
we"' are accustomed to consider as
aliens in race and religion. What has
r. become of the effervescent patriotism
of war times ? Is it all so soon f or or-'.
'. or-'. gotten? Tampa Times.
' Flying the flag is about the only
. trace of Americanism some aliens
show, and on their part it often re
minds us of what Christ said of those
. who prayed in the synagogues and on
the street corner.
An order has just been issued by
the state highway department of In
diana which might well be followed
" by "similar : departments in other
states. It has ordered the immediate
removal' from the right of way of ev
ery public road in the state of all
signs of whatever nature, except those
placed by an authorized motor club,'
; giving directions, and the necessary
signs'xf the department itself. Every
one who has ever traveled the roads
of Florida, knows how they are dis dis-.
. dis-. figured, and the joy of riding abbre abbreviated
viated abbreviated by the constant succession of
signs, nailed to every pine tree withm
reading distance of the road, touting
the virtues 'of Dr. So-and-So's Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian liniment, corn cure, or bedbug ex ex-texmioator.
texmioator. ex-texmioator. They are not only har harrowing
rowing harrowing to the eye of the traveler, but
ihey are a mighty poor form of adr
.vertising. Tampa Times.
; Let's gQ slow on that sign business
Bright and early, the fifth morning
from Titusville, we went out thru one
of the inlets to try our luck on the
open sea. We stood away to the
southeast to obtain an offing, and
there I learned the sad fact that the
ocean, which looks like a millpond
from the shore is decidedly bumpy a
few hundred yards from land.
However, I had been a "newsbutch-
er" on the Western and Atlantic rail
road, in the days before the L. & N
relaid its tracks with 80-pound rail,
and .when the "General" and other
sturdy little ante-bellum engines used
to make the rear coaches crack like a
whip as they jerked the long trains
around the short curves, and tho I
have seen many a square meal relin relinquished,
quished, relinquished, between Tunnel Hill and
Marietta, I always held on to mine. So
I didn't become seasick, tho my ardu arduous
ous arduous task as cook was increased by the
iiecessity of holding on to something
with one hand and manipulating my
culinary utensils with the other.
We stood out to sea until the shore
line dropped from sight, then bore in
again until the land was plainly in
view and voyaged steadily, to the
southward. There was no more tack tacking,
ing, tacking, but the wind did not drive us very
fast. ;We had a good view of the
shore and it seemed deserted only at
long intervals was there sign of habi habitation.
tation. habitation. All day long we sailed down this
lonely coast, and when night began
to come down we could see no house
on the land and no sail on the sea.
But far astern a lighthouse winked
encouragingly. It was one of those
clear, starlit nights; the skies were
soon set thick with gems; the little
boat slowly but steadily climbed up
and down the long, lazy swells, break breaking
ing breaking the phosphorescent water into fire
as it streamed back along the sides
and into the wake. Over to the west,
the land lay like a dark cloud. Not
even a little candle to throw its beams
tn cock no cn nonr hla mirnmpr ViOtmp
We smiled back, of bourse, and he Pyl and family
climbed a little higher so he could look
all over the sea, and every wave turn
ed to azure and its crest to sparkling
crystal. And then the skipper told
me to step lively and get breakfast;
that he and my other fellow pirates
were starving to death.
I was a bum cook only the fact
that all the others were good-natured
and too lazy to wash dishes saved me
from being dropped overboard some
time. But I could make good coffee,
and the boys were generally hungry
enough to eat anything. Also, bad
cook as Fwas, I was the peer of any
one of them, as they found out on the
' While I was hustling breakfast, my
eyes were off the scenery, which was
not so difficult, there being no violent
changes. But when I had' served the
grub and had time to look around
again, I saw we were gliding by a low
headland, turning "which "opened a
vista of a long, wide' sheet of water,
very similar indeed to many reaches
on the Indian river. On the ocean
side was another narrow strip of sand
and scrub, like we had seen day after
day on our. trip south. And to the
west was another wall of forest, which
seemed rather more dense than those
farther north. A little way upil
could see, making breaks in this wall,
a tiny dent of civilization. First there
was discernible a bunch of masts and
spars above a few small sailing ves
sels, flimsy docks sticking out into
the water, patches of sandy shore, and
several buildings behind them. And
that was the Miami of August 1887
A. D. jhb
And Doc Sun goes down like thun- j
der out in China cross the bay. New
York Tribune. J
Our delicious ice crei ,b,e delnred anywnere urthe city,
two quarts or more, pacWulkr 1 brick3 d"ct from ho
creamery, to reach you in,r mne or supper or entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. Bulk: One gallon' $1-5 elerH; Ulf"Uonp.afk"
ed, 90c. delivered; one qot packc, 50c. at creamery. Bricks:
Two or more quart brick13' 60c- Quart, delivered; .quarV
brick, not packed, 50c. f"r-er7'
Fresh iery; Biter: Daily
Can now be had followingplaces.
Farmers Exchange Mai Street Market
H. B. Masters Coi Fh U-Serve Stores.
Fresh milk in antity at U-Jrve Stores.
MARION NTY; ClEAMER Y CO,
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
housed Ditto will show you and give
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala, Fla. It
Call phone luo early and you
won't have long to wait for your
meats and groceries for dinner. Main
Street Markets 2-tf i
Fertilize your pot- plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in 25c, 50c and $2 packages at tha
Court Pharmacy. I8-tf
Albert's Plant Food for flowers; 25c
and 50c packages. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. -v 18-tf
On Sale everywhere nvlw on
Better vU S) Vvy V U 11LC
rwith many impr&nent
Jilt1 'HPf ":l
: v -0 jy Mr- m
- mhi Mil
"A e w ml
ts rriew low price of
10.90 last Fafl, the
akers were already
xisy developing a still
greater "scar value.
Jhe nir and better "Usco' as
you ee today with no change
in price and tax absorbed by
.You'Inote in the new and
better &ccf these features
Thicfr tread, giving greater
fjon-skirotection. Stouter side side-walls.
- Al tether a handsomer tire,
that w take longer wear both
inside id out.
Thereatest money's worth of
fabricre in the history of pneumatic!
United Stat Kubberimpany
PILLAXS & SMITH
GEOE MacKAY & COMPANY
NEEAM MOTOR COMPANY.
TUCK & SIMMONS
OCALA EVENING' STAB, WEDNESDAY, JtJLY 5, 1322
Maybe you hear those little'
squeaking noises in the running tg
of your car. If so, you d bet better
ter better have us listen to them for
you they may be serious. We
are experts in repairing elec electrical
trical electrical troubles.
TIRES AND TUBES
James Engesser A
Phone 258 Night Phone 533
121 West Broadway
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
Indian Ruler's Tribute
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Tickets sold for all trains July 12th,
limited to reach Ocala returning by
midnight July 18th. For tickets and
reservations call on
J. F. RICKETSON,
Depot Ticket Agent, Ocala.
J. G. KIRKLAND,
Div. Pass. Agent, Tampa, Fla.
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.
European Lady Who Has Withdrawn
From the World to Comfort
Victim of Leprosy.
The ranee of Sarawak, writing from
Knch Ing, Sarawak, to a London paper,
I was asked the other day what I
considered to be one of the greatest
deeds a woman had ever done. This
is my answer: Far from the town,
along a straight white road fringed
by a brown mud ditch and rubber
trees, there lives a little pale, unas unassuming
suming unassuming woman ; her only companion
is a bent and aged Chinaman, who
keeps house for her and looks after
everything that she needs. The house
Itself, standing a few yards from tli
road, is nothing but a native hut made
out of rushes and palm leaves, and
built on wooden piles.
Passing by, and seeing the woman
sewing in her garden, you might say:
What a strange choice this is to
rut oneself off so entirely from civilza-
ion." Bat that would be because,
iidden among the trees below her,
;ou had not seen the leper camp.
It Is true that this little European
Udy has cut herself oft from what
ii called the world, from the friends
tiat she once knew, and the relations
sle once had.
But what has she taken to herself
in place of them?
an encampment of human souls that
nc one else dares go near. A herd of
bengs more terrible than death.
the is not even of their race. They
spak to her in every language from
tMr decayed and crumbling mouths.
lach day she goes to them nurses
thae that are most sick, encourages
tho;e that have talents, to make use
It Is she who occupies the time they
sperd in waiting to die.
Sle helps them to tend their gar gardens
dens gardens One is a basket-maker, another
carvs in wood; and all the time her
eyes are confronted by the ravages
of dsease. Things Indescribable she
sees,' and yet her gaze remains pure
and uaffected, even joyful, as if that
great mission within herself uplifts
her f om it all.
Whn I went to visit her I expected
to flnl her morbid, perhaps infinitely
Instad, she talked eagerly and
frankl; of all that she was doing. "J
am ( st deeply interested in my
patlcbv she said, "that I am busy
taktrfe Impressions of their thumbs. It
Is remrkable how the thumbs of a
leperibend backwards, and are abso absolutely
lutely absolutely iattened at the tips."
She vent on to describe how charm charming
ing charming bhb of the lepers are. A few of
them -are boys of only twelve and
thirtcn years of age. One or two of
them bid run away from the camp
and h,d died a horrible death in the
As 1 vas leaving, she said with a,
slight snije. "Tpu knqw the most
pqpuja; lerspn among us Is the cof coffin
fin coffin raaler." That was the only touch
of shil I say? bitterness In the
very ge&test little woman that I
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in toe city.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The fololwing schedule figures ub ub-lished
lished ub-lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave Station Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:50
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am t. Petersburg 4:05 i..n
2:65 am NTfork-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-Sc. Petersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leaves Station Arrives
6:42 am Ocala-Jacksonville 12:25 cm
1:45 pm Ocala-Jacksonville 6:45 pm
3:25 pm Ocala-SL Petersbrg 9:16 pm
2:33 am Ocala-St. Petersbrg 8:20 am
2:27 am Ocala-Jacksonville 7:00am
3:25 pm Ocala-Honiosassa 6:20 pm
:10 am JOcala-Wilcox 11:59 am
7:25 am tOcala-Lakeland 11:50 ur
JMonday, Wednesday, Friday.
fTuesday, Thursday, Satarday.
Ftnklin's Love for Books.
Benjabls Franklin had an overpow
ering" dsire a desire which gripped
him to te end of his'llfe, and to which
he gave himself over without stint.
That wa a desire for books. He read
omnivortsly, if you know what that
means ad if you don't, look, it up In
the dicthary. He stole time from his
work ant play, and leisure, and per
suaded b fellow apprentices to filch
books fa,, him from their master's
His firs literary adventure was into,
Banyan's Pilgrim's Progress," and it
was follod hy eyery other book he
could lay old of. Of course bis field
was llmite. In those ancient days lit little,
tle, little, was. pulshed in Boston other than
sermons, esiys, political pamphlets and
learned tretlses. But Franklin didnt
care whethr they were Interesting or
not. Whate was concerned with was
matter for siding. He wanted to learn
the Ianguai He desired to write It
and speak imore effectively than any
man of hislme, and he certainly at attained
tained attained a rar with the finest of them.
A remarkae collection of pictures.
which will t more highly prized as
years go by, the series of American
aeronautical thotographs which e e-llajor
llajor e-llajor Erhesffpnes, army air service,
has gatherediuring his 15 years in
this work, 'ey cover the develop development
ment development of aeromtlcs, particularly avia aviation,
tion, aviation, from 18 to 1917. The 1,800
photographs dualize the successive
jiteps made b the Wright brothers,
Curtiss, Thorn, Witteman and other
pioneers in ts country. Some of
these are theonly pictures In ex ex-jstance
jstance ex-jstance of ctain machines and
events. "It lsrobable," says United
States Air Serce, "that this is the
most complete Election of air photo photographs
graphs photographs in Amera." Exchange.
We want to see that old tire
or tube before you throw it
TIRE AND VULCANIZING
North Magnolia Street
Yes we are crowing about our special
Florida and Western Steaks.
Hot Vegetable Dinner
Hot Waffles and Cakes, Child's
Style, for Breakfast
Upto-Date Dining Room in rear.
SUPERIOR DINING SERVICE
We would never be satisfied with
rendering anything but superior din dining
ing dining service. There are too many res restaurants
taurants restaurants in business that are content
to merely satisfy. We endeavor to
serve you in sue ha manner that you
will anticipate every meal fcere. Our
menu is the talk of the town. Our
special dishes are masterpieces of the
culinary art. Everything the best at
100 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
NOTICE, W. O. Vf,
The institution of Citra Camp,
Woodmen of the World, will take place
Friday, July 7th, at 8 p. m., at the
school house at Citra. All members
sf Fort King Camp No. 14 are invited
to attend and should get in communi communication
cation communication with C. K. Sage at once.
Preservation foods in the home
by dehydration is been made possi possible,
ble, possible, says PopulaUechanics Magazine,
by the producti of an ovenlike ar arrangement
rangement arrangement manctured by a New
York company. t operating, a num number
ber number of tray? coining the food to,
be dehydrated, a placed in the ap apparatus,
paratus, apparatus, while uierneath these is a
pan, or humidifit having a certain
amount of water it. a&d which has
been previously hted to the proper
Fifty pair men'shoes, factory cost
today is $6.75. V) close out at $5.
little's Shoe Parlo 4-6t
DANGERS OF A COLD
Ocala People Will Do Well to Heed
Many bad cases of kidney trouble
result from a cold or chill. Congested
ViHiiPva fall behind in filtering the
noison-laden blood and backache,
headache, dizziness and disordered
kidney action follow. Dont neglect a
cold. Use Doan's Kidney Pills at the
first sign of kidney trouble. Follow
this Ocala resident's example:
Mrs. E. W. Leavengood, 322 North
Magnolia St., says: "I can certainly
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills. They
have been my standard kidney remedy
for years. When I took a cold, it set settled
tled settled on my kidneys and caused kidney
complaint. At times .sharp, shooting
pains caught me through my kidneys,
almost taking my breath away. My
nerves were shattered and I became
easily excited. I tired easily and ev everything
erything everything seemed a task for me. I
used Doan's Kidney Pills from Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Phillips' Drug Store and they
soon rid me of the complaint. Doan's
have kept me enjoying good health."
60c. at all dealers. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Adv. 6
j l I
FORCES OF CIVILIZATION
A. great man has said the forces of
civilization are these: Strong arm of
government, ministry of religion and
the humanizing work of education.
This Is all very true, but it does seem
that the forces are growing weaker.
The second has not been having the
effect It should. It is respected but
not followed, and nine-tenths of the
woes and sorrows of man can be
traced to this fact, says the Ohio State
Journal. Religion upholds and strength strengthens
ens strengthens every good thing. It denounces
every bad thing. But Its power is
thwarted. For some reason even
smart men elude its influence. This
is largely because they think it is a
doctrine or a creed; that some church
authority Is trying to think something
into their heads. It is a false view.
Religion is not so constructed. It Is j
the sunrise, the sky full of stars, the
noble aspiration, the kind wish, the
helping hand, the courageous duty, the
sympathy for misfortune. If any wish
to pin all these things onto a doctrine
or creed or form of worship, the better
to realize them, that Is their privilege
and duty, but because one does not
incline to he has no right to be Irre Irreligious
ligious Irreligious or let on to be.
Nearly two million acres of land
In Great Britain and Ireland have been
old by one firm of auctioneers alone
during the last four years. The
acreage Is equal to that of Middlesex,
Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Bucking Buckinghamshire,
hamshire, Buckinghamshire, and Berkshire combined. It
Is a sign of the times, for the old
order of landowner, with vast estates,
Is rapidly passing away, and instead
of them there Is coming a new order
with smaller holdings and perhaps a
lesser sense of responsibility for the
present. But if anything in England
sharpens a man's perception of the
duty he ewes to his neighbors it is
the privilege of holding a bit of land,
and the new owners are likely to find
their path less rosy than did their
predecessors. The cry of the taxation
of land values is not dead; it is only
stifled for awhile.
Eighty-seven per cent of the average
person's education is acquired through
the eyes. An educational expert tells
this to a senate committee, 'discussing
movie censorship. Until recent years
knowledge could be transmitted to the
brain, through the sense of sight, only
by reading printed type, traveling or
watching Instructive happenings. In
possibilities, the movie is scores of
times more powerful than any of
these. The possibilities so far have
been largely neglected. A sign of
progress Is the growing demand that
movies be made instructive as well as
entertaining. Moving picture films
Will be the slates, blackboards and
textbooks of future schools. Equally
knowledge-giving for the grown-ups,
watching films during spare time,
learning and enjoying.
When good government is provided
for the Chinese people there will be
no objection on the part of the powers
to the removal of those "limitations
of sovereignty" which may offend the
amour propre of the Chinese politi politician,
cian, politician, but are at the present time ob obviously
viously obviously necessary for the safety and
protection of the foreigners who dwell
is China, says the Hong Kong Press,
and it may be added that these limita limitations
tions limitations of China's sovereignty have been
found to afford for thousands of Chin Chinese,
ese, Chinese, including the present prime min minister
ister minister himself, a safe and peaceful har harbor
bor harbor of refuge in times of trouble.
Professor Nlcolai, who fled from
Germany during the, war, has Just
been fined 200 marks for trying to in incite
cite incite an Insurrection in the kaiser's
army. The full measure of Germany's
resentment for this treasonable act
can only be appreciated when the
present value of a German mark is
Those fellows with chemical extin extinguishers
guishers extinguishers who put out flames that were
enveloping a truck loaded with sev several
eral several hundred gallons of gasoline did
something as brave as capturing a
machine gun nest, though it is not
likely they thought of anything beyond
Just 48,000 America soldiers were
killed on the battlefields in France
during the war, and during the same
period 91,000 were killed by motors in
the United States. Moloch is more
spectacular in his operations, but Jug Juggernaut
gernaut Juggernaut outwinds and outbutcbers
It seems to have got to the point
where no statesman, however broad
or however limited his field of action,
can- make a public statement without
being i4mindful" or "unmindful" about
something the contagious effect, no
doubt, of eminent example.
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Ladies' Keds. hieh top, value $2.50,
to close out at $1.50. Children's sizes
up to 2 at $1.00. Little's Shoe Par
Sole Distributor lor
Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand
TEA and COFFEE
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
The Lowest Priced, Most Folly Equipped,
Most Economical Anto MADE
0!CALA MOTOR COMPANY
Night Phone 515
Day Phone 47
When the Final Call
Comes to t member of the family. It
ts natural to desire a memorial service
in which fitting-"honor shs.ll he paid
and faith In the l&rgrer future shall be
expressed. At such a time, those who
are ufferlns the strain of parting;
must he relieved of the details of ar arrangements,
rangements, arrangements, i I'urthermore.. if the ar arrangements
rangements arrangements -axe to be perfect, they
must toe placed In highly .trained and
.experienced hands. There Is a funeral
. director. In your community who, pos possessing
sessing possessing this 'skill, also' understands
that he is called upon for something;
more than professional service that
, the essence of his responsibility is to
carry out each detail in the spirit of
a labor of love.
GEO. MACKAY & COMPANY
G. B. Overton, Director
This is the time when you
must positively use care
in selecting foods when
you must use care in
selecting articles; of food,
to be sure that you get
the real food values that
help build up good health
You must have the vital
elements in foods if you want
to keep well. These vital elements
cause the food you eat to assimi assimilate
late assimilate it means health and growth
in children also in grown-ups. It
means replacement of worn out
tissue, the building of lost bodily
vigor. In fact, it is absolutely neces- ;
sary to life itself.
Many food authorities agree
that pure baking powder and
good plain Hour are much better for
food value and health than many
For the best of health for
tne most economical n
use only plain flour and good
YOU, AS A GOOD HOUSKVIFE
know that the time to add
anything to flour is just before vou
begin your baking, not months before
and you also know that no prepared
mixtures such as the self -rising flour
can be as fresh can be as certain in
results as the good old fashioned
straight flour and pure bakingpowdere
For best results use use-Calumet
Calumet use-Calumet Baking Powder and
a good plain flour
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5. 1922
Holds the Center
Paris! That is written all over The
Iona One can readily see that this
pattern, the mule vamp, is very much
in the mode this season.
With Parisian chicness there is that
famous Red Cross shoe comfort. Foot Foot-comfort
comfort Foot-comfort promotes amiability. Amiabil
ity and peace of mind keeps the Amer American
ican American woman perennially young.
In the ballroom or at the country club
among the smartest dressers you
will feel at perfect ease with the Iona
gracing your foot.
Fashioned of patent leather. Spanish
Cuban heel. Jet black Buckle. A well
finished shoe in every detail.
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
JOYOUS BARACA JAMBOREE
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr. are
enjoying a vacation at Lake Weir.
Miss Lucile Dickson of Mcintosh is
spending a few weeks with friends at
the beach at St. Augustine.
A nice, thoroughly modern bunga
low home for somebody is being built
y the Citizens Investment Co. on a
6t on Dougherty street. Price and
terms easy. Call and see it. Phone
285 for particulars. 22-tf
Tomorrow (Thursday) evening the
Baraca class of the Ocala Baptist
church will gather in force at Silver
Springs for a royal good time. There
will be water sports, a short but live
ly program of talks "for the good of
the order" and a feast fit for kings.
Jim Howell is in charge of the com commissary
missary commissary and mess hall and he will
outdo all his past efforts in this line.
The supper will be served promtply at
J 7 o'clock. Members of the class are;;Aj
SUBJECT FOR UECTDRE: :
See the house now in course of con
struction on Dougherty street. If you
would like to own it see Carn or Ditto
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bryant and land have any changes you would like
children have returned from a pleas- made before it is too late. Let me
ant stay in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Albert Birdsey and three chil
dren of Macon, arrived in the cityj
Saturday and are guests of Mrs. Bird Bird-sey's
sey's Bird-sey's mother, Mrs. Herbert Ford.
Y. M. B. O. 0.
TO ICE CONSUMERS
Our drivers want to help you get all
the ICE you need every day this sum summer
mer summer but they need your help.
When you put your ICE CARD out
on time, you save them extra trips
and that's saving ice for everybody.
When you keep the ice compartment
of your refrigerator free from food
and bottles, you are saving time and
;jjJust these two simple rules, follow follow-eislly
eislly follow-eislly will help us make sure that
you are well served this summer.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
PHONE 34, OCALA, FLA.
Phone 597 Night Phone 408
We Specialize in
GRINDING CRANK SHAFTS,
GIVE UP A TRIAL
Osceola St.. just off Ft. King
Geo. MacKay 2 Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
PACIFIC MUTUAL MULTIPLE
Permanent Total Disability,
II. E. GOBLE
BOX 352, Ocala, Fla.
OCALA to MACON
Connections at Jacksonville with all
trains. Tickets good in Pullman cars.
Final limit midnight July 18th. For
full particulars and Pullman reserva reservations
tions reservations call on Ticket Agent.
to meet at the church at 5 o'clock and
,cars will be provided for every man
iwho will go.
"THE SECOND COMING OF CHRIST."
THIS WEDNESDAY EVENISG AT EIGHT O'CLOCK
Meetings conducted by Mrs. JONES,
in Club Rooms over Carter's Bakery,
at No. 11, North Main street.
EVERYONE CORDIALLY INVITED
I show you the many attractive features
here. F. W. Ditto. 22-tf
Sweet Dreams Answers
Call to the Canary Islands
.,. o.. ..Jis certainly worthy of
aiosquito itemeay aoiu oy ijeai at
A London dispatch says peace is in
sight in Ireland. We thought there
were more Irishmen left than that.
Druggists Boasts Wide Repu
Travel between Florida and the
north by way of Merchants & Miners
Jacksonville steamers and obtain full
satisfaction. Round trip. Boston,
Mass., Mass $71.74; Providence, R.
L, $69:56. Return limit October 31st.
Meals and berth included on steam
Miss Lois Dickson of Mcintosh, left
Sunday for Cincinnati, Ohio, to take a
special course in music at the conser
Miss Marie Yon, who was the guest
of Miss Marian Dewey, left this morn
ing for Gainesville, where she has
been attending summer school.
Property will go up now. See Ditto
and secure that nice home going up
on Dougherty street by making a
small payment down. Balance on easy
terms. Citizens Investment Company,
phone 163. 22-tf
Mr. Laurie Izlar, who has been in
Clermont since Saturday, has return returned
ed returned and is again writing sport news
(RATES under this heading- are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month 3.qo. All accounts parable la
advaaee except to those who have res;-
mar advertising accounts.
FOR RENT Two or three unfurnish-;
ed rooms. All conveniences. Apply
at No. 104 N. Sanchez St. 5-3t ?
WOOD! Four foot wood reduced to
$3.50 per cord until Sept. 1st. Now
is the time to lay in your winter's
supply. E. Gibbons, N. Osceola St.,
Phone 471-Blue. 5-tf
FOR RENT A six-room cottage,
screened throughout; all modern
conveniences; immediate possession
if desired. R. L. Carter, taxi driver.
Phones 526 or 527. 5-tf
FOR RENT Fori July and August.'
bungalow,; ,: beautifully furnished; 5
large living room, three bed rooms,,
etc.; one block from ocean. Ad-;
dress Box' 786, Daytona, Fla. 4-3t
Oother than the fact that a ship
jment of Sweet Dreams was recentlr
made to the Canary Islands, the ma ma-;
; ma-; ter is of little interest. I
Upon second thought, however, it
I does look as though a remedy wortiy
of being shipped this great distaice every where.
It is to be deduced that your own
home is the home referred to, and it
is earnestly requested that you give
Sweet Dreams a trial. Sweet Dreams
is offered as the very best mosquito
remedy to be had.
One application will keep mosqui mosquitoes
toes mosquitoes off all night long.
Liberal sprinkle-top bottles, 35s. or
3 bottles for $1.00. At all drug stores
C. V. Roberts & Co
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350, Oc&la, fla.
217 W. Broadway i
rili al lot tTf?SItf
NOTICE, LEGION AUXILARY
The regular monthly meetii? of the
Auxiliary of the American Lerion will
Miss Donnie Sims who has been SAIsmujn WAWUSU-'m aaai- J ..
tional salesman for Ocala and Mar- ociock. ine nosiesses ior msmamn
ion county; bond and car necessary. win be Mrs. J. W. Hood, M;s! T. M.
Address Singer Sewing Machine Kilgore, Mrs. T. D. Lancaste Jr. and
Co., Gainesvile, Fla. 4-5t Mrs- Lovell of Sparr, and Msses Lil-
lie Lopez and Mary BurforcL
OAT SEED FOR SALE 500 bushels Mrs. R. L. Anderson SL Pres.
spending her vacation with her sister,
Mrs. Swindell at Waldo, has returned,
and is again at her place in Frank's
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
Virpnh Lady Smfered With Achei
asd?ahn Until Mother Began
Gi?ing Her Cardui.
All members of Fort King Camp
No. 14 who are interested in the de degree
gree degree team work will please meet at
the Woodmen hall Wednesday night,
July 5th, 8 o'clock.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Dublin, Va. Miss Mary Alice
HugUett residing on Route 2, near
here, recently told a visitor of hei
interesting: experience with CarduL
Miss Hughett said: "I had been suf suffering
fering suffering for some time with painful .
I was pale, didn't feel like going.
Would just drag around, and couldn't
rest to do any good. I would suffer
once a month with my back, sides
and head. My limbs would ache and
I didn't know what to do, but I knew
I must do something, for I didn't get
well by letting it-rut. on.
'My mother is a believer in CarduJ,
for she saw what it did for others as
well as herself, so she began giving
it to me.
"It wasn't long before I saw a
change. It was just what I needed.
It regulated me. I began to eat and
sleep, and the pain stopped.
"Cardui is without doubt the best
female tonic made, and I am glad I
can recommend It to others."
If suffering with symptoms such as
iliss Hughett mentions, or other ail ailments
ments ailments peculiar to women, why not be begin
gin begin Cardui at once? Its merit is well
established by successful use for more
than 40 years.
Your druggist sells It NC-133
Mr. T. T. Munroe, Mrs. Allen Walk-
ley and two children and Mr. Ernest j
Nott left this morning in Mr. Munroe's
car for Asheville, for the summer.
Miss Murray and little Margaret Anne i
Walkley left this afternoon by rain
for the same place.
genuine old Florida 90-day oat seed.
The only sure crop oat for this sec- j a dinner without a nki piece of
tion. Ten bushel lots, $2 per bushel. freSh meat is like the play of Hamlet
Newcomb Barco, Cotton Plant, Flor- wjth Hamlet on a vacation Phone us
ida. 6-18-lm I you wants for tomorrov'j dinner.
STOVE REPAIRING I am prepared Main Street Market- Cal1 f ?' M
to repair all makes of gas, oil or!
wood stoves on short notice, and
make a specialty of reiining. Phone
146. J. G. Meadows. 27-12t
fHE subtle yet unml
that is ever expressed by
THE WRITE GIFT will wipe
cut the miles betwien you.
Our extensive variety of
styles and grades will In Inspire
spire Inspire a wise selection.
Boxed Writing Paper prices
range from twenty five
THE BOOK SHOP
i The regular monthly meing oi tne h
members or. the Marion jaunty rost
The salvation of the Florida farmer WANTED At once, by young lady,;No 2? the American
position in cigar store, drug store held in the armorVf g 0.clwc thi3 eve
ox restaurant. Experienced. Call ning Refreshments will be served
at 521 East Oklawaha Ave. 28-6t 'ui,.wnn..n'. Aurii;
R. J. Waas,tct. Adjt.
this season is cotton. Don't let the
boll weevil get yours. Let the Clark Clark-son
son Clark-son Hardware Company tell you how
to control this pest. 7-5-12t
Mrs. Clarence Tucker, who has been
spending the past two months in
Ocala with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Jones, left yesterday for New
York to sail for her home in Porto
Rico. She was accompanied by her
sister, Miss Violet Jones, who will
spend the winter and attend school in
FOR RENT Furnished house, close
in; reasonable rent. L.aii pnone
Your home will have separate light
switch in every room and is arranged
especially to accommodate your fur furniture.
niture. furniture. Has three bed rooms, each a
corner room and each accessible to the
other and to the bath by private hall.
For particulars see Ditto or Baxter
CRESCENT FISH MARKET
A number of young folks who are
attending the summer normal at
Gainesville, arrived in Ocala Friday
and Saturday most of them returning
to their studies early this morning.
Among those who were here were
Misses Onie Chazal and her guest,
Miss Marian Garfide Margaret Over Overton,
ton, Overton, Edna Bryce, Bettie Cole and Mar Margaret
garet Margaret McNeil, Messrs. Hugh Chace,
James Melton and Carlos Proctor.
Albert's Plant Food Is the thing for
making your flower garden and pot
plants bloom. It is odorless and is
sold in 25c and 50c packages and $2
sacks. At the Court Pharmacy. 18-tf
On hand at all times a large stock
of fresh and salt water fish. Daily
shipments. Will dress and deliver to one who will be envied by her little
any part of the city on short notice.
A number of Ocala girls are antic anticipating
ipating anticipating a delightful summer to be
spent in camp at the various lake and
mountain resorts and some have al already
ready already left for the summer resorts, but
Phone 562. 7-tf
J. G. JONES.
,w.pA few odds in ladies' low shoes, for-
mer price $6.00 to $8.00, to close out
. At ?l.w. 'tattle s onoe jrarior. 4-01
friends is Frances Clark, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clark, who about
I the middle of August will, with her
! cousin, Harris Powers, join her aunt
land uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Shep-
Our picture framing department is herd in New York city and fro there
again open. New mouldings and sup- will take an extended automobile trip
plies have been put in and we are pre- f QP the Hudson and through the New
pared to make up and deliver on short j England states, returning to Chicago,
notice. Sat-Wed 'where Frances will probably spend the
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY : winter with her aunt and uncle.
-Three or four rooms
Apply to 212 Orange Ave.
Mrs. E. G. Lindner ad children,
Barbara and Jack, expeefco leave the
fire rf A nffinf frt cnsnHhvA TnnntV
for light housekeeping. .., ... .
New York state.
FOR RENT My furnished cottage
at North Lake Weir for the sum- ..gay it with flowers,' and buy the
mer. Will sleep six. See H. S.lflowpr- of Mrs. J. E Vndman. V,
FOR SALE Malleable steel kitchen
range, little used, first class condi condition.
tion. condition. John R. Rogers, No. 303 8th
SPECIAL, SPECIAL, SPECIAL
Marmon 7-passenger touring. Fair
condition, $425. Spenver-Pedrick
Motor Co. Phone 8. 7-1-tf
WANTED Sweet milk customers.
Sweet milk 10c. a quart delivered
morning and evening. Drop me a
card. Robert O. Williams, Mgr. R.
A., care J. T. Nelson. l-6t
FOR SALE Lace curtains, few pieces
cut glass, some china, small tables,
andirons, chairs and sewing ma machine.
chine. machine. Call Thursday afternoon at
222 E. Washington St. 3-3t
FOR SALE Following used cars
traded in on" Studebakers: 1922
Buick four touring, thoroughly over overhauled
hauled overhauled by Seneff and in good condi condition,
tion, condition, cord tires, $650, terms or trade;
1917 Buick six touring. This is in
unusually good mechanical condi condition,
tion, condition, tires very good, spare on rear,
motormeter, bumper, well cared
for, $325, salf cash; 1918 Buick four,
Mr. Clair's car, condition like new,
at special price; 1920 Ford touring,
with starter, demountable rims, good
tires, owned by Mr. Lyles, Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, $275.. Cars can be seen at
Bridges" garage. Will gladly dem demonstrate.
onstrate. demonstrate. McLeod & Waters, Stude Stude-baker
baker Stude-baker dealers. This is a greater
Studebaker year. 7-l-t
miles out on the Dunellon road.
Phone 30M. Zinnias, res, pinks and
WANTFT1 Tn ovpliaTicA late model
W hnAxr for roadster Pmk in bloom n0"'
M. WJL V W I
body. See Mr. O'Neal at O'Neal &
Holly garage. 7-l-3t
We know a little td that has
agreed to eat all th striped suits
placed on war graers. Hartford
We fear the worst 'hen the people
of Georgia discover tot Texas has
beaten their lynchinfrecord. Colum Columbia
bia Columbia Record.
a-inc. DR. K. J. WEIHE,
,5?V-3 .Optometrist and Optician
114 Main Street, Jacksonville
18 East Broadway, Ocala
UNITED fTATS STRAIGHT SIDE FABRICS
At Preferred Wholesale
AH Guaranteed Tire No War Tax
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