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PRESIDENT'S PLAH AT LEE
Mr. Harding's Offer of Arbitration
Evidently Doesn't Suit The I
- Striking Miners I
Washington, July 14. (Associated!
Press). It became definitely known
today that President Lewis, of the
United Mine Workers, and other na-
tional officers of the union who have
been negotiating with the government
since President Harding offered arbi-
tration to settle the coal strike, are
prepared to recommend that the gov-
ernment's plan be rejected.
MINE TRAIN WRECKED
Whiteville, W. Va., July 14. One
miner was killed and ten others in-
jured today when a mine train carry-
ing them to work near Mordue ran
into a dynamite trap and was de-
stroved. The mine has been operat-
in? under protection of a federal
court injunction since June 1st.
SCORES OF HOMELESS
AND ORPHAN CHILDREN
Plead for Good Homes and Parents.
Children's Home Society of Florida,
Receiving Home in Jacksonville, I
" Filled to Overflowing.
If you have ever considered taking I
a tine little nomeiess orpnan uuy w
girl into your home for care and
adoption, now is the time to decide to
do it, for the Children's Home Society
of Florida, with headquarters at 428
St. James building, Jacksonville, is
making an urgent and earnest plea for
good homes for scores of its homeless
children as its receiving home in J
Jacksonville is filled to overflowing J
and more children are coming in every eral serious holes that caused no lit lit-day.
day. lit-day. tie anxiety in the Ocala section of the
Homes are especially needed for J
boys and girls from eight to fourteen
years of age tho there are a few wee
babies and children under five years
that are eagerly looking for some lov-1
ing parents to claim them and give
them the love and care that God in-1
tended that they should have.
All that the society asks of fami-ljn
lies who apply for these children is
that the income of the family be suf-
ficient to give the child reasonable
comfort, education and opportunity
that they be of good character, and
will provide for the child and love it as
they would one of their own.
All applications for children should
be sent to Marcus C. Fagg, state
superintendent, at the above address,
Homes are wanted for a little par
tially blind baby girl, another baby
boy who has just had his club feet
straightened out, and for several
pairs of brothers and sisters who do
not jvant to be separated but homes
for older girls and boys are the most
needed just now.
MARION COUNTY AT
The following young men of Ocala
leave July 25 for a month's attend-
ance on the army training camp at
camp Mccieiian, Ala.:
Gilbert Britton, George Blowers,
John Cook, James Fielding, Bob Sim-
mons, Elton Henderly, Charles Sav
age, J. W. Davis, Leland Luff man, El-
mer uriggs, Raymond Thorn, Maxwell
Overton, Eugene Potter. 1
Beside these, there will be a squad
from Summerfield, and others from
different parts of the county, whose ped the ball. Van attempted to sac sac-names
names sac-names we have not been able to ob- rifice and beat the bunt out for an in
The Star congratulates the boys on
their patriotism and good sense, and
hopes they will have a pleasant and
SOVIET MUST TAKE
Unless It Does So, There is No Fur
ther Use in Meeting With It
Vhe Hague, July 14. (Associated
Press). No further joint meetings
with the Russians will be held by the
conferees on Russian affairs here un-
les sthe soviet representatives make
known their desire to submit new pro
posals, it was decided this afternnoo.
The non-Russian representatives will
continue their meetings and they plan
to hold a plenary session to adjourn
the conference, probably next Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Here s to the girls, God bless 'em,
no matter how they dress
Boston Shoe and Leather Reporter,
Ocala Wildcats Polished Off the Lake
County Lads by a Score Of
Four to One
When Umpire Jimmie rtyan an-
nounced the batteries for yesterday's
game in Leesburg it was a hard mat-
ter to tell from the crowd in the
grandstand and in cars around the
Leesburg park whether there were
more Ocala people or Leesburgites on
hand to witness the slaughter. The
Ocala fans were generous in their
rooting and loudly applauded the good
I A c w gallics uav k- ,im. aj-a
ir- i t ii
tenor Florida wnere tne rooting was
more spirited. Cries of "We've got
the best ball team" and "speech"
were most predominant. Several en-
, 1 a T t M J A.1
tnusiastic jeesourg xans arew me
special attention of the Ocala rooters
and great care was taken to call
their attention to all the good plays
made by their team but when the
Wildcats pulled off any good stunt the
Ocala fans claimed that it was cus
tomary for our team to make star
plays and that Ocala got accustomed
to it and little notice was made of the
star player. Harry O. Cole was not
present at this game much to the re regret
gret regret of ; his Ocala friends for it is
a great delight to point out the in-
teresting features of a game to Harry
scharding operated in tne dox ior
the Lake county boys and pitched a
g00(j game. Ocala made only seven
hits off him and no more than two in
any one inning. Rodenbraugh did the
slinging for the Wildcats. He is a
recruit that Manager Harris is giving
the once over. Rode, etc., pitched good
ball yesterday! except that he was a
little wild and got himself into sev-
stand. He walked five men during
Thi?", game. but was always able to pull
out of the hole without serious mis
Three plays in the game call for
j special mention. In the second inning
Alsobrook made a very pretty catch
of a fly that Burrie Taylor drove out
his garden. In the sixth Gillespi
leaped several feet into the air to pull
down a line drive that Rymer started
on its way. Burri?-Taylor nabbed one
that Archie Porter had instructed to
go to the fence. Taylor covered more
territory than usual yesterday. That
boy is fast on his feet. His error in
I the game was because of his trying to
take in too much territory. We are
for you, Burrie. So long as you make
J errors by trying hard chances, keep
on making them.
Brooks and Alsobrook each poled
out two-baggers to the left field fence,
Ocala drew first blood in the second
inning. Harry Wood led off and was
hit in the head with the ball. Brooks
I sacrificed him to second. Liddell
singled to center, advancing Wood to
third and makinz second himself oit
the play to third. Rodenbraugh sin
gled to left, scoring Wood and Lid
In the fifth Leesburg managed to
slip one run across the plate. Schard
mg led off and was an easy out,
pitcher to first. West fouled out to
third. Oser singled to center and
1 made second when Liddell let the ball
roll through his legs. Gillespi singled
to left scoring Oser.
In the eighth Ocala got her other
I two runs. Taylor was up first and
hit a fly to Freible in right who drop-
I field hit. Tavlor writ tn third nn tha
I play and Van stole second while the
whole Leesburg team sleot at the
post. Leon singled through third base
and scored both Taylor and Van. Ry
TO AUGUST 25
Gainesville, July 17, 18, 19.
Palatka, August 3, 4, 5.
Lake City (pending) August 7, 8,
Leesburg, August 17.
Leesburg, August 25.
On the Road
Leesburg, July 13.
St. Augustine, July 24, 25, 26.
Lake, City pending, July 31, Aug. 1
Palatka, August 10, 11, 12.
Leesburg, August 18.
Leesburg, August 21.
- Wonderful days and nights at sea
refresh the mind for years with pleas-
ant memories. Merchants & Miners
have frequent sailings from Jackson
jville to Baltimore and Philadelphia. It
Police Captured Anarchist Who Was
Trying to Call Attention to Con Con-.
. Con-. dition of 'the Proletariat
Paris, July 14 (By the Associated
Press) Considerable excitement was
caused during the return today of the
presidential cortege from a military
review when an unidentified man fired
twice at the carriage of Armand
Naudin, police prefect of Paris, which
was preceding thecarriage of Presi President
dent President Millerand. The man, who ap appeared
peared appeared demented, was 'arrested after
being badly beated by the crowd.
It later developed the shots were
fired by Gustave Bouvet, an anarchist
well known to the police, in the belief
it was President Millerand at whom
he was firing. Three shots were fired
but none took effecC Bouvet fired
from behind a woman and the fire
from his pistol scorched her dress.
Bouvet said to the police: "It was
at the carriage of the president of the
republic I intended firing. However,
I did not wish to kill anyone. I wish wished
ed wished only to make a demonstration that
would attract attention to the condi condition
tion condition of the proletariat-
CELESTIALS BUM SHOOTERS
a Hundred Shots at
Standard Oil Barges
Canton, July 14. (By Associated
Press). Two Standard Oil barges,
flying the American flag, were fired
on in. the river two miles "from here
by troops of Yip Kue, opponent of
Sun Yat, Sen. About 100 shots were
fired. The barger were not damaged.
Reports reaching Ocala from Miss
Margaret Taylor and Miss Carrie
Barco, who are in Chattanooga at attending
tending attending the national convention of the
Business and Professional Woman's
Clubs, state that it is one of the most
brilliant gatherings of women evei-
held in this country. Hundreds gath
ered there the first part of the week
to participate in the convention which
opened Monday night with a special
entertainment of music and folk danc-.
ing staged in the lobby of the Hotel
Patton and later into the large ball
room of Chattanooga's largest hotel
the delegates enjoyed a pageantde-
picting scenes of the old South. j The
morning and afternoon "sessions were
rich in numbers and papers from well
known, writers and people prominent
in the world of today, among them
Miss Jeanette Rankin, Mrs. Raymond
Robins, Miss Elizabeth Toomos of the
Good Housekeeping Magazine, Miss
Genevieve Pankhurst of Pictorial Re
view, Miss Margaret Schuyler of Re
view of Reviews and Congresswoman
Alice Robertson. Besides the purely
educational and business sessions, in
the way of entertainment there are
more than one person could possibly
attend luncheons, picnics, an old-
ashioned barbecue, sight-seeing trips
and special privileges to all delegates
to the Chattanooga Golf and Country
Club and the Warner Park Natator Natator-ium
ium Natator-ium which is the finest in the South.
mer sacnncea jueuu iu bcvhv
Overstreet and M. Overstreet were
unable to bring him across the plate.
' The Box Score
AB R H PO A E
West, If' ...
Porter, c ...
Herlong, 1st 4
Scharding, p 4
Lariscy, rf 1
34 1 5 27 16 1
AB R H PO A E
Taylor, ss ...
1 1 2 5 .1
0 12 2 0
0 0 10 0
0 0 4 0 0
1 0 0 0 0
0 1 13 0 0
113 0 1
0 10 5 0
0 0 10 0
Leon, 2nd ...
Overstreet, c 4
Brooks, 1st 2
Liddell, cf 4
Rodenbaugh, p ... 4
Overstreet, M., rf. 3
31 4 7 27 13 3
Summary: Sacrifice hits, Leon,
Brooks, Rymer. Stolen bases. Van.
Two baseh its, Alsobrook, Brooks.
Struckout by Scharding 3 by Roden Rodenbaugh
baugh Rodenbaugh 4. Hit by Scharding 2, by Ro
denbaugh 0. Base on balls off Schard
ing 0, off Rodenbaugh 5,
Umpire, Jimmie Ryan.
Need be No Doubt that Railway Strik Strikers
ers Strikers Will Try to Dominate
The Entire Nation
Chicago, July 14. (By Associated
Press) Strike threats by maintenance
of way employes, overshadowed the
last ten days by the shopmen's strike,
broke out again today, bringing the
rail strike to a new crisis. Fresh out outbreaks
breaks outbreaks of violence, notably in Texas,
Oklahoma and Missouri, President
Harding's determined steps to keep
the mails moving and informal nego negotiations
tiations negotiations for settlement of the shop shopmen's
men's shopmen's strike on. seventeen roads in the
northwest were among other import
ant developments the last twenty-four
President Grable, of the mainte maintenance
nance maintenance of way organization, declared
he is holding his men back with dif difficulty.
ficulty. difficulty. Many general chairmen are
pressing for action.
OILERS AND STATIONARY ENGI ENGINEERS
NEERS ENGINEERS TO GO OUT
A strike call to 8000 stationary
firemen, enginers and oilers employed
on railroads throughout the country
has been issued by Timothy Healy,
international president of the organi organization,
zation, organization, it was announced today. The
strike will be effective Monday, July
17th, at eight a. m. The call was
made in compliance with the recent
referendum which favored a walk walkout,
out, walkout, Mr. Healy said. Stationary fire firemen
men firemen and oilers on several roads have
already joined in a sympathetic walk
out with the shop crafts.
DEPUTY USED HIS GUN
Chicago, July 14. A deputy today
shot and seriously wounded one of a
crowd attempting to prevent workers
from entering the Burnside shops of
the Illinois Central. The police re reserves
serves reserves answered the riot eall but the
leaders left by automobile before they
ALLEN QUICK; TO ACT
Topeka, Kan., July 14. A. warning
that union officials who transmit or
post strike notices for the proposed
strike of stationary enginers, firemen
and oilers will be prosecuted under
the industrial court act was announc announced
ed announced today by Governor Alien, upon be
ing advised that a strike call for next
Monday morning had been issued by
the union president in Chicago.
DAUGHERTY ASKED FOR ADDI
Toledo. July 14. Attorney General
Daugherty has been requested to fur
hish 1400 deputy marshals for strike
duty in the northern district of Ohio,
United States Marshal Stauffer, of
Cleveland, announced today.
CABINET IN SESSION
Washington, July 14- (Associated
Press). President Harding and the
cabinet again today devoted the cabi
net session to the rail and coal strikes.
Attorney General Daugherty said he
had about one hundred telegrams, the
nature of which he would not disclose.
Postmaster General Work had several
reports on the mail situation. Secre Secretaries
taries Secretaries Hoover and Davis had the
latest information on the coal situa situation.
tion. situation. RICHMOND LOST HALF
A MILLION BY RAIN
Richmond, Va, July 14. Several
persons were injured and the property
loss is estimated at half a million
as the result of a heavy storm here
early last night. The flood waters
sent Shockoe Creek here five feet out
of its banks and inundated East Main
street from Fourteenth to Seven
A LIGHT SENTENCE
FOR FLOYD FOLKS
Floyd Folks, charged with murder
in the first degree of Loiuiie Stud Stud-sill,
sill, Stud-sill, was on Wednesday convicted by
a -Levy county jury of manslaughter
and has been sentenced by Judge A.
V. Long, to serve seven years in the
state penitentiary. It is said that this
wa sone of the hardest fought cases
ever 'tried in Levy county, and that
large crowds, friends of both factions,
attended the trial. Gainesville Sun.
The Iowa corn citra theis vear has
j been estimated at 18 gallons per acre.
I Los Banos Enterprise.
Postofiice Has a Resource Over Which
the Railway Strikers Have
New York, July 14. One thousand
commercial airplanes in aviation cen centers
ters centers throughout the country today
were orderd held in readiness after
Postmaster General Work had accept
ed by telegraph the offer of aid in
maintaining mail service made by the
Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce
UNION OFFICIALS AND
New York, July 14. Thirty-seven
members and officials of the Operative
Plasterers and Cement Finishers In International
ternational International Association local No. 60
were indicted by a supreme court
grand jury today for conspiracy and
attempted restraint of trade.
Sparr, July 13. Quite a large
crowd of friends and acquaintances
gathered at the Anthony cemetery
Sunday afternoon at four o clock to
... m 1
witness the unveiling oi tne uene-
vieve Civil monument. This impress
ive service was conducted by the
Sparr Woodmen Circle, assisted by
the Ocala Circle and the Sparr W. O.
W. camiw v
Mrs. Amanda Caruthers of Jack
sonville was the guest of Miss Penny
Civils Sunday. She came especially
to attend the unveiling Sunday aft
After a pleasant visit of several
wek with her sister, Mrs. Earl Smith
and son left for a visit to her brother
in fierce, Deiore returning wi ukc
home in Haines City.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Strickland of
Arcadia were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Boyles last week.
Messrs. J. E. Thomas and G. D.
Boyles spent Saturday over at Salt
Mr. J. Boyles was a visitor in
Miss Lillie Acre has gone down to
Weirsdale for several weeks visit
Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Riker and Mr.
and Mrs. J. LGrantham attended the
young people's services at Citra Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon.
We are glad to note that Master
James Raysor is able to be out again,
after several weeks illness.
Mr. and Mrs.' A. M. Davis and fam-
ily and Mr. andMrs. Will Boring and I
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs. Ethel Milligan of Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, were the guests of Mr. Milligan's
mother, Mrs. Julia Colbert, Tuesday.
Citra, July 13. Quite a large
crowd attended services at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tompkins had
as their guests for the fourth Mrs.
Lucius and little daughter from Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mrs. Chamberlin of Island Grove is
spending this week with her niece,
Mrs. E. A. Dupree.
The friends of Mr. C. Bonner will
regret to learn of his illness.
Mrs. Rice has her Sunday school
class meet with her once a week, for
class study. We are glad to see her
take such an interest in the class. She
not only takesa part in the Sunday
school but in everything that's for the
upbuilding of .the town.
Miss Dorothy Driver has been the
guest of Mrs. F. J. Williams for the
Mr. R. J. Shortridge and Miss Thel Thel-ma
ma Thel-ma Tompkins were among the pic picnickers
nickers picnickers at Orange Springs the 4th.
Miss Tompkins is one of the most
popular girls of our town.
Mr. Ben Carlton of Island Grove
was a visitor in Citra today.
Watermelons are still plentiful on
the streets. We noticed today that
Mr. Hagan's wagon was loaded with
fine Florida Favorites.
31?. and Mrs. Weeks and daughter
of Waldo are viisting their daughter
and sister, Mrs. F. J. Williams of this
Mrr and Mrs. L. T. Matcbett, two
of the oldest and most highly respect respected
ed respected citizens of the Bay Lake district,
were on our streets today.
The first leg of any Shipping Board
cruise is the bootlegs Dallas News.
A Good Attendance Should be Out To
Greet A. A. A. Field Secretary
There will be a meeting of the
Marion County Motor Club tonight at
8 p'clock at the Chamber of Com Commerce.
merce. Commerce. All members and all motor car
owners are urged to attend. Mr.
Chas. A. O'Connor, field secretary of
the American Automobile Association,
will address the meeting. Members
of a number of the other motor clubs
in the state are expected to be pres
ent. The A. A. A. is the largest au automobile
tomobile automobile organization in -the United
States and not only provides service
for its members in the way of road
information, free mechanical and free
legal aid, but promotes the building
of more and better highways. It was
an important factor in the'' passage
of the federal-aid highway act.
One of the things for which the
American Automobile Association is
now working is a redaction in the
high price of gasoline. The "Marion
County Motor Club has received a
communication from Mr. D. H. Lewis,
acting executive chairman of the A.
A. A., Washington, D. C, in which he
"Following urgent representations
by A. A. A. officials here regarding
the high price of gasoline,, despite the
largest reserve stocks in the history
of the country, the Senate manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers committee, of which Senator
LaFollette is chairman, has issued a
questionnaire to every oil company in
the United States with a view to de determining
termining determining the cause of these prices.
The questionnaire is designed to as ascertain
certain ascertain refinery, wholesale and tank
wagon or retail prices with a view, as
Senator LaFollette explains, of learn
ing the spread between the selling
and service prices of gasoline and oiL
Differences between crude oil and the
finished products are also made sub subject
ject subject of inquiry.
"Figures compiled by the Bureau of
Mines show the present reserve stocks
of gasoline to be 854,232,000 gallons
and the reserve is increasing on a
more rapid ratio than the production
of automobiles, promising to reach the
billion mark before the seasonal-de
cline sets in this f aU."
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Wendell
daughter Irma returned to their sum summer
mer summer home in N. Y.' state Wednesday.
Mr David Stanley left Wednesday
GaIe family are camping at
Smith Lake and enjoying fishing and
swimming this week.
. Mrs. O. S. Shade returned to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Sunday, after spending a few
with her sister, Mrs. H. B. Monroe, at
the Lake View hotel.
Mrs. I. L Shrong, Miss Hilda Mon Monroe
roe Monroe and Miss Mildred Baxter are en enjoying
joying enjoying a visit at Daytona Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Jones "welcomed
a little son to their home Friday.
Mr. E. D. Thompson and family
and Mrs. Hinson and family are tour-'
ing Ga. and N. C, visiting relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weihe and
daughter Alice visited Mrs Charles
Win ton and family, in Bushnell over
the Fourth of July.
Mrs. Will Phillips of West Palm
Beach is visiting her mother, Mrs. B.
F. Freer this week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Shaw left last
week for Georgia, where they will
visit relatives. r
Misses Iona and Leona Hethering Hethering-ton
ton Hethering-ton and Mr. Raymond E. Gale visited
Miss Hilda Monroe at Daytona Beach,
Miss Helen Brown of Ocala is visit visiting
ing visiting her father here this week.
Mr. Hall has moved his family
from the Milsom cottage back to the
Marion hotel again.
Mr. Otto Phillips and family were
in Clearwater a few days last week.
We are sorry to report Miss Mari Mari-enna
enna Mari-enna Stanley on the sick list. We
hope she will be on her post in Gales
store again soon.
Mr. William Fielding of Anthony is
a guest of the Gales at Smith Lake
Prof. A. B. Conner and son Beverly
of Clearmont, visited Mr. J. N. Shedd
a few' days last week. Professor's
many friends were glad tosee him
Mrs. Wash Harrell and family re returned
turned returned to Jacksonville Saturday, after
as&hort visit with Mrs. John D. Har Har-relL
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board under a board of control to
which counties having any grienvance
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THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA
In Article Five of this series I
hould enact a civil service law plac-i stated that our little party started
ing all state employes outside the from liamesville July it, wmcn was
realm of Dolitics and political influ-'an obvious error, as article in question
0r0 on rt nintivA nffires. Of Iwas printed July 10. The date should
Vitl V W W MBrv v t
course, the Star may not agree with j have been printed June 17.
us, yet well be happy to learn its
views. Summerfield Chronicle.
Friend Collens has misinterpreted
the Star. It reproduced his remarks
without any comments whatever.
and the sailing boats have vanished.
However, Eau Gallie is a neat-looking
and probably prosperous town. A few
miles to the west is the source of the
St. Johns river, and before many
years a canal will be cut across, and
the Sf. Johns and the Indian will give
the state an efficient and wide reach
ing canal system, of which Silver
Springs" will be one of "the terminal
Brevard county is building a fine
bridge over, the river that crosses the
TAKING PLACE BY LAKE WEIR
We left the pleasant little town of
Cocoa Sunday morning, June 18, -with
Fort Lauderdale as our goal for the
eveniner. It was out of Cocoa and
into Rockledge, without seeing the di- tignway soutn or jau uaine, dux it
viding line. Cocoa and Rockledge sit I onl7 two-thirds finished, and we
together as close as a boy and his pad to cross on a ferry. iHere Is
sweetheart in a hammock swing. "Military Park," 'where a big school
These two little towns have long had n a northern state sends its pupils
a high reputation for enterprise and during the winter months to study
eood looks. amia nowers insteaa oi snownases,
We moved along at a lively rate A little further on was Melbourne,
over a eood road, most of the time the where in 1887 civilization virtually
river in sieht on the left. It was ended, and from there on were only
wonderfully pretty that bright SunT litle dotsimthe wilderness until the
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almost entirely new, sweeps up over
the hills surrounding the lake and
affords some very beautiful views of
The shopmen oh Henry Ford's rail railroad
road railroad refused to join the strike.
They said the people would get rid
of war if they threw the kings over overboard.
board. overboard. They have debarked the kings,
but he factions of the people make
war en each other.
.The railroad men are talking about
starving the country into submission,
but when it comes to starving they
are going to realize that they can be
hungry as well as the rest of us.
For the last few years, the leading
statesmen and journalists have argued
that a few men could sit down around
a table and by discussing matters pre
vent a war. They should be right, but
the coal strike and railroad strike
prove they are not.
George J. Gould's marriage to an
actress has cost him an estate worth
two million dollars. Hope she is
worth it, but almost any Marion coun
ty boy can obtain a better wife and
only be out the few dollars he pays
to Judge Futch for the license and the
few magic words that make two lives
A wonderful development is taking
place by Lake Weir in the southeast southeastern
ern southeastern part of Marion county. Lake
Weir is one of the most beautiful
lakes in Florida, having a white sand
AfA hv hich bluffs.
The lake is skirted on the north and day morning. As we went on south, railroad came along and strung them
c;00 Kw road No. 2 which! we saw less of the river, but the often like beads .on a cord. The Indian
is also the Dixie Highway, and this f occurring well-traveled roads turning river was wide, and if we had had
i -a o.;t, Innt nf th ViiVhwav to the east told time to stop and climb a tree we
Licnway is now uuuci i.uuowu.uviii ... j ...
ow t tfco Whwnv. which isiof many residences along the river couia. have seen the ocean.
A. lie x v u. is- o j r I I ttt I
shore, and whenever we could see e nat neara xney were enjoying j
across the river we noted many vil- Blue Sunday m St. Lucie, so we laid;
laees and isolated homes across on in supplies at Melbourne and scamp-
the surrounding country. The new aiernu s lsiana, ana iurtner aown, "-
route has also made a considerable j when we had passed the point oppo- been deceived Irom bebastian on
change in the appearance of things site Eau Gallie, on the "peninsula" or the lid was screwed down tight. At
around the lake. The communities j rather island that runs from the Haul- Vero a Pre"y and growing little
iavn o Morth TjiIcp Weir. 'over to the Indian river inlet. In some wwn we saa-iooKing Duncnes
Oklawaha Lake Weir, Eastlake, Stan. 'places this island, a bank of sand be- standing outside the two classy drug drug-;
; drug-; wLhoIo anA SnntH Lake Weiritween the river and ocean, is so nar- stores of the place. Poor boys they
'.. t. S ii i. j : i : i. ii I wanted sump snHa wn tpr snd irp rrrmm
and the new town Of Sunset iiarDOr. I row mai, uuruigs uig siurm uie waves "'
Real estate is active on all sides of j will send spray clear across it, but in but the ghost of old Moses had reach-
other places it broadens out enough leu 118 arm irom me grave on .aiouni
for farms, villages and even little Nebo and shut the doors. If irrita irrita-towns.
towns. irrita-towns. Every nlace on the western tion contributes to religion, they
shore of the Indian river has an ocean surely were becoming pious.
beach, most of them reached by boats. A llttle further and we found
!But they are building bridges. No something tnat caused us to lorgive
great trick to build a bridge across &t- ucle "? out-of-date and trans trans-the
the trans-the Indian, which tho' wide is shal-1 Panted puritanism a broad, asphalt
low, except right in the channel; and Pavement which extended, tho' we;
tranouil excent riPrhana for a Hnv or dld not know it, clear to Miami. Our
two in everv third vear. when the driver stepped on the gas, and the
ocean outside has an unusually big fordobile was so pleased that it purred
storm and its usually placid tributary as 11 scooted along. jhb
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Perhaps the Ocala Star can succeed
in getting a copy of that suppressed
report of the committee that investi
gated the Flying Squadron. The Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis thus far has failed to get any
explanation of its suppression from
the office of State Superintendent
Sheats. Miami Metropolis.
We have written to Mr. Sheats, ask asking
ing asking for a copy' of said report. If any
such report exists we presume he will
send1 it to us.' A public official has no
right to withhold a public document
from 'any citizen.
the lake. Some large citrus groves
are changing hands. Many new plant
ings of citrus fruits are being made.
Many new summer and winter homes
are being built A large new citrus
packing house is to be built at Weirs-
dale by the American Fruit Growers,
Inc., Dr. E. B. Lytle and Mr. John H.
Taylor. The Eastlake Invesment
Company, at Eastlake, will double the
capacity of its citrus fruit packing
house, and is installing coloring
Besides increasing the capacity of
its packing house, the Eastlake In Investment
vestment Investment Company has added extens extensively
ively extensively to its orange grove holdings.
The company has purchased one hun hundred
dred hundred acres on Silver Lake which will
be developed in grove. It has pur
chased one hundred acres on the westj
side of Lake Weir, including forty
acres in a beautiful orange grove,
from Mr. A. Armenio. The company
has also purchased a twenty-five acre
grove at North Lake from the E. W.
Brooks estate. Two lots, of the An Anthony
thony Anthony grove property at Eastlake
have been purchased by the company.
Mr. N. W. Torry of Connecticut, has
purchased two lots in the Snow addi addition
tion addition at Eastlake.
Dr. J. C. Watkins of Jersey City,
N. J., has purchased two lots of the
Ncedham Motor Co
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goes on a sympathetic strike. A sure-
enough storm on the Indian river is
no joke, either.
Eau Gallie is the only place on the
East Coast that seemed to me to have i
retrograded. That, perhaps, was an
optical illusion. Last time I had seen
it was a bright and breezy December
morning, when the town was full of
tourists. It was then the terminus
ior tne iLast ioast fun passenger
trains, tho' mixed trains went on to
Sebastian. ,The railroad station was
then down at the water's edge. Two
of Flagler's finely equipped trains, one
just "in from Jacksonville, the other
preparing to start for that city, were
in the station, beside the "accommoda "accommodation"
tion" "accommodation" from the south. A good-sized
river steamer, "which had come south
from Titusville during the night, and
The Tampa Tribune says: "That
Governor' Hardee strengthened the
friendships which bound him to Tam Tampans,
pans, Tampans, by his excellent address before
the three hundred business men of the
various Tampa civic and fraternal or organizations
ganizations organizations yesterday, was very evi evident,
dent, evident, even before he was through
speaking.' The governor was extreme extremely
ly extremely f rank in his remarks, especially
with regard to the need for reappor reapportionment
tionment reapportionment of Florida's legislative rep representation,
resentation, representation, and the evident earnest earnestness
ness earnestness m his' advocacy of adopting the
proposed amendment, showed how
much he' believes in what he is say saying.
ing. saying. He was listened to with the
most careful, earnest, attention, and
during'his entire speech of more than
forty minutes there was hardly a dis dis-turbant
turbant dis-turbant sound or motion in the room.
He has' set the people who heard him
to "thinking carefully on the subject
of the proposed amendment, and
much group discussion of the subject
was' noticeable before the crowd dis disbanded.
banded. disbanded. Governor Hardee was at his
best as a speaker, enunciating clearly
and with a sonorousness that was
pleasant. He made a good speech out
of his abundant belief in reapportion reapportionment,
ment, reapportionment, and left his audience determin determined
ed determined to know more about this important
ine ucaia btar thinks we are m
doubt.' Well, we are to a certain ex
tent and we'll ask the Star to remove
thatj doubt by answering these ques questions:
tions: questions: Why. does the state road de department
partment department employ men as road engi engineers;
neers; engineers; who doht know the difference
between soft, mushy, loblolly clay and
clay that will hold up under all kinds
of weather conditions. And, has the
road department put these engineers
thru an examination or do they get
their jobs thru political influence ?
We have come to this conclusion:
Firstof all, the state road department
has been given too much power and
it, is hoped the next legislature will
going outside was at the wharf, and
the docks and shores were lined wtih
sailboats, mostly catboats and sloops,
as Eau Gallie was headquarters for
yachts as well as fishing boats. The
railroad station is out west of town
now, the trains de luxe go by leav- ISSSES
ing only a modest number of passen passengers,
gers, passengers, the river steamers run no more
We are equipped to give com complete
plete complete renovation and repair
service on your car".' We get it it-rcady
rcady it-rcady for the road in jig time
and at low prices.; All expert
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New School BuUdinr. modern in Equipment
with Droviaion for open-air claa roam.
Dr-pft'tmrats: Grammar School. Academic
Collar- Prroar&'ory. Music. Art. Expression,
Domestic fcioace and Art. ,t
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Write tr illn ralrd tuuilu&e.
Sweet Dreams, the Great Mos Mos-'
' Mos-' quite Remedy, is Bnilt Up to
Because a certain mosquito remedy
I failed to work or because it stained
ibed linen or because it had an offens
ive odor has led some people to be believe
lieve believe that such is true of all mosquito
remedies. . ..
' To such "people we appeaW-for in
the manufacture of Sweet Dreams ev every
ery every detail has ben carefully studied.
Being double strength, Sweet
Arrival and departure of passenger
titins at OCALA UNION. STATION.
The fololwing schedule, figures ub ub-lished
lished ub-lished as information and not guar
(Eastern Star.dnrd Time)
' EABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAT"
Leave Station Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1 :.r0 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
Tarn pa-SIana tee- N
2:15 am Ct. Petersburg 4:05 i..n
2:55 am NTfork-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
:15 am- Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm.
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petersbrg 4:05 pmv
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leaves Station Arrives
6:42 am Ocala-Jackson ville 1 2 :25 pm
3:25 pm Ocala-St. Petersbrg
Anthony Grove property at Eastlake. J was going; to take passengers on as
The famous old Agnew home at : far as it could, find water without H
North Lake Weir has been purchased
by Major W. F. Tilly, a retired officer
of the British, army. The Carstens
grove on Lake Fay has been purchas purchased
ed purchased by Messrs. Walter and W. C. Ray
of Ocala. Dr. J. C. Biddle, surgeon
and chief superintendent of the state
hospital at Ashland, Pa., has erected
a handsome hunting lodge at Wood Wood-mar
mar Wood-mar on Lake Weir. Three five-room
bungalows have been completed on
New York avenue at Eastlake.' A
two-story house is now in course of
construction on this avenue. A new
six-room bungalow has just been
completed on the Dixie Highway at
Eastlake. A handsome residence will
be built on the corner of New York
avenue and Palmetto street, and an another
other another on Palmetto street, Eastlake,
this fall. A residence has been com
pleted on Lake avenue between the
Dixie Highway and Silver Lake. The
old Brimloe mansion on Silver Lake
is being remodeled and repaired. The
street in Eastlake connecting the
Dixie Highway with the Lake Weir
Yacht Club is to be rebuilt, and will
be constructed of lime rock with a
surface treatment of oil.
Mr. E. W. Ellis has purchased a lot
at North Lake Weir and expects to
build a house on it. Mr. Noble W.
Harison has purchased the C. E. Con Connor
nor Connor residence and orange grove
property at North Lake. Mr. W. J.
Brooklyn has purchased the Davis
farm of thirty-five acres on the north
side of the lake.
Phone 258 Night Phone 533
121 West Broadway,
Dreams keeps mosquitoes off with un
failing certainty it never stains and 2:33 am Ocala-St. Petersbrg
Lx.' ii K,w;m. 2:27 am Dcala-Jacksonville
lv, eiiu.xj, ,.;;25Pm Ocala-Homosassa
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Your dealer has Sweet Dreams.
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:10 urn JOcfila-Wileoj. 11:59 am
7 :25 am fOcala-Lakr land 1 1 :5C an?
' JMcr.day, Wednesday, Friday,
t'l'tjesday. Thursday. Satrmfay.
A nice, thoroughly modern, bunga-
Advertisers ara always live wires. ,471-Blue.
Four foot wood reduced to $3.50 per 'low home for somebody is being buflt
mrd until Sent. 1st. Now is the time by the Citizens Investment Co. on a
'to lay in your winter's supply. E.!t on Dougherty street. Price and
Osceola street,) phone terms easy, iaii ana see i-none
7-ll-6t 2S5 for particulars. 22-tf
; Gibbons, N.
There is a long editorial this we?ek
in the Dearborn Independent (Henry
Ford's paper) regarding the strike.
The article is on what is called "Mr.
Ford's Page," andut undoubtedly is
Mr. Ford's page, because he owns' it.
and all the other pages. The edi
torial says something is the matter,
which is no news to any of us. But
it doesn't tell us just exactly what ia
the matter, nor what to do with it
So what was the use in filling up a
perfectly good page with it.
The resignation of Elmer Dover, as
sistant secretary of the treasury, is
no misfortune to either the American
people or the republican party.
BETTER insure before rather than
after the fire. Let Ditto insure you. tf
Are You the Man
"Never Reads Advertisements?"
Some men, who are neither blind nor. il il-literate,
literate, il-literate, claim sincerely that they "never
Yet, if you could investigate, in each
case you would find that the man who
"never reads advertioements" used an ad-
vertised tooth paste or shaving cream or
soap. If he owns an automobile it will be
an advertised car. If you ask his opinion
of any automobile he will reply in words
that might have been lifted bodily from
an advertisement of that automobile!
Advertising has formed his opinions to
a great degree. He may have received
his information through others who ob ob-tained
tained ob-tained their knowledge from advertising.
But it is a fact that no man can escape
the effect of advertising even if he does
say iie "never reads advertisements."
Not one of us ever reasoned out entirely
from his own mind that the earth is
round. If we had not read it or heard it
we never would h-ve known it.
In these days of good, truthful, helpful
advertising to say, "I 'never read adver advertisements"
tisements" advertisements" is merely your way of saying,
"I don't read all advertisements,"
( Published by the Star Publishing Company, in cooperation
I with the American Association of Advertising Agencies. )
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1922 9
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
. (Evening Star July 14, 1902)
, C M. Brown Jr. and wife wiljpsoon
go' to Seabreeze for a vacation vacation-Mr.
Mr. vacation-Mr. and Mrs. Abe Brown are in
Chattanooga, where Mr, Brown is
tryin gto regain his health.
Mrs. Jake Brown and children left
yesterday for St. Louis and Kansas
City, where they will visit relatives.
Mr. Geo. G. Mathews was the only
candidate to attend the Turner Pond
picnic yesterday and had a field day
all to himself. Cha3. Y. Miller was
the orator of the day.
OcaLa Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star July 15, 1912)
Miss Gladys Drake is home from. a
visit to relatives in Alachua county.
Mrs. Chas. K. Sage returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a visit to ff'iends in
Judge Joseph Bell, who is a captain
in the state troops, has returned
from the encampment at Black Point.
S. S. Duval is a business visitor in
Jacksonville. "'..' 1
Mr. John Pelot is enjoying a fish fishing
ing fishing trip at Pablo Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Drake of Yalaha
passed through Ocala today en route
to Jacksonville, where they will be
joined by Mrs. Drake' father, Judge
W. A. Hocker end wife and the party
will sail for New 'York and to Red Red-field,
field, Red-field, Me., for the summer. On Aug.
7th Mr. Drake will meet in Chicago
his brother-in-law, Mr. William
Hocker, and the two will take a pleas pleasure
ure pleasure trip through the. most picturesque
part of British Columbia and other
parts of the northwest.
Miss Jefferson Bell and sister, Mrs.
'Hardy Croom and son Hardy, have
arrived from Tallahassee to take up
their residence here.
Miss Otie Gray of Starke, who has
been the guest of Mioses Rhoda and
Annie Pearl Liddon, has returned to
A. E. GERIG
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The charming lm
provement in com complexion
plexion complexion b a u t y
lasts all day and
the skin is pro provided
vided provided with proper
protection, as this
powder does not
MILADY BEAUTY PARLOR
112 Fort King Avenue
NOTICE OP APPLICATION
FOR ADOPTION OP CHILD
ffptlce is hereby given that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned Thomas B. Fitzpatrlck and
his wife, Alice Fitzpatrlck, who reside
In 'Marion county, Florida, intend to ap apply
ply apply to the Honorable W. S. Bullock,
Judge of the circuit court of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit of Florida, at his office
in1 the Marion county court bouse. In
Ocala, Florida, at the hour of nine
o'clock a. m., July 15th 1922, for an
order to legalize the adoption by them
of Frank Hernandez, a minor of the age
of seven years.
THOMAS B. FITZPATRICK.
ALICE FITZPATRICK. 16-Fri
! the Circuit Court of the Fifth Jndl
rial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion County In Chancery.
Jean Gilchrist Attwood, Complainant,
vs. Frank Attwood, Defendant.
' Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant here
in' named, to-wit: Frank Attwood, be
and is hereby required to appear to the
kill of complaint filed in this cause on
' Mondays the 7th day of August, 1922.
It. is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pubi
lished in said county and state.
This 27th day of Mar 1922.
(Seal) T. D. LANCASTER, JR..
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.
By R. K. BATTS, D. C.
T. S. TRANTHAM,
Complainant's Solicitor. 6-?-9t-Fri
Geo. MacKay 8 Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
John Fox, Jr.
lllusfoated bylLH. Livingttone
Copyright by Cb&rlea Bcilbner' gone
The boy stood ata window looking
out Into the gathering dusk. The
neighing of horses, the lowing of
cattle, the piping of roosting turkeys
and motherly clutter of roosting hens,
the weird songs of negroes, the
sounds of busy preparation through
the house and from the kitchen all
were sounds of peace and plenty, se security
curity security and service. And over in his
own wilds at that hour they were
driving cows and horses into the
stockade. They were cooking their
rude supper in the open. A man had
gone to each of the watch-towers.
From the blackening woods came the
curdling cry of a panther and the
hooting of owls. Away on over the
still westward wilds were fhe wig wigwams
wams wigwams of squaws, papooses, braves,
the red men red in skin, in blood,
in heart, and red with hate against
Perhaps they 'were circling a fire at
that moment in a frenzied war-dance
perhaps the hooting at that moment
from the woods around the fort was
not the hooting of owls at all. There
all was hardship danger; here all
was comfort and peace. If they could
see him now! See his room, his fire,
his bed, his clothes! They had told
"Here He Is, Mother."'
him to come, and yet he felt now the
shame of desertion. He had come.
but he would not stay long away. The
door opened, he turned, and Harry
Dale came eagerly in,
"Mother wants to see you.w
The two boys paused' in the hall
and Harry pointed to a pair of crossed
rapiers over the mantelpiece.
"Those were your father's," he said ;
"he was a wonderful fencer."
The lad shook his head in ignorance,
and Harry smiled.
Til show you tomorrow."
At a door in the other ell Harry
knocked gently, and a voice that waf
low and sweet but vibrant with Im Im-periousness
periousness Im-periousness called:
"Here he is, mother."
The ladstepped into warmth, subtle
fragrance and many candle lights. The
great lady .was just rising from a
chair in front of her mirror, brocaded,
powdered and starred with jewels.
So brilliant a vision almost stunned
the little stranger and It took an ef effort
fort effort for hfm to lift his eyes to hers.
"Why, thjf: is not the lad ydu told
me of," she said. "Come here! Both
of you." They came ?and' the lady
scrutinized them comparingly.
"Actually you look alike and,
Harry, you have no advantage, even
if you are my own son, :I am glad
you are here." she said with sudden
soberness, and smiling tenderly she
put both hands on his shoulders, drew
him to her and kissed him, and again
he felt in his eyes that, curious sting.
"Come, Harry:" With a gallant
bow Harry offered his left arm, and
gathering the little Kentuckian with
her left, the regal lady swept out. In
the reception-room -she. kept the boy
by her side. Every man who ap approached
proached approached bowed, and soon the lad was
bowing, too. Barbara almost cried
out her astonishment and pleasure
when she saw what a handsome figure
he made in his new clothing, and all
her little friends were soon darting
surreptitious glances at him. and
many wnisperea questions ana pleas pleasing
ing pleasing comments were passed around.
Then General Wllloughby bowed with
noble dignity before Mrs. Dale, and
the two led the way to the dining
"Harry," she said, "yon and Bar Barbara
bara Barbara take care of your cousin."
And almost without knowing It the
young Kentuckian .bowed to Barbara,
who courtesied and took his arm.
The table flashed with silver and
crystal on snowy-white damask and
was brilliant with colored candles.
The little woodsman saw the men
draw back chairs for the ladies, and
he drew back Barbara's before Hugh,
on the other side of her, could fore forestall
stall forestall him. The boy had never seen
so many and so mysterious-looking
things to eat and drink. One glass
of wine he took, and the quick dizzi dizziness
ness dizziness that assailed htm frightened
him, and he did not touch It again.
Beyond Barbara, Hugh leaned for forward
ward forward and lifted his glass to him. He
shook his head and Hugh flushed
"Our Kentucky cousin Is not very
polite he Is something of a barbarian
"He doesn't understand," said Bar Barbara
bara Barbara quickly, who had noted the In Incident,
cident, Incident, and she turned to 4ier cousin,
"Papa says you are going to live
with us and ypu are going to study
with Harry under Mr. Brockton."
"Our tutor," explained Harry;
"there he is across there. He is an
"Tutorr questioned the boy.
"School-teacher," laughed Harry.
"Haven't you any school-teachers
"No, I learned to read and write a
little from Dave and Lyddy."
And then he had to tell who they
were, and he went on to tell them
about Mother Sanders and Honor and
Bud and Jack and Polly Conrad and
Lydla and Dave, and all the frontier
folk, and the life they led, and the
Indian fights, which thrilled Barbara
and Harry, and forced even Hugh to
listen though once he laughed incred incredulously,
ulously, incredulously, and in a way that of a sudden
shut the boy's lips tight and made
Barbara color and Harry look grave.
Hugh then turned to his wine and be be-gan
gan be-gan soon to look more flushed and
sulky. Shortly after the ladies left,
Hugh followed them, and Harry and
the Kentuckian moved toward the
phead of the table where the men had
gathered around Colonel Dale.
"Yes," said General Willoughby, "It
looks as though It might come."
"With due deference to Mr. Brock Brockton."
ton." Brockton." said Colonel Dale, "It looks as
though his country. would force us to
They were talking about impending
war. Far away as his wilds were, the
boy had heard some talk of war in
them, and he listened greedily to the
quick fire of question and argument
directed to the Englishman, who held
his own with such sturdiness that
Colonel Dale, fearing the heat might j
become too great, laughed and skill- j
fully shifted the theme. Through
hall and doorways came now merry j
sounds of fiddle and banjo
Near a doorway between parlor and
hall sat the fiddlers three. Gallant J
bows and dainty courtesyings and j
nimble feet were tripping measures i
quite new to the backwoodsman.
Barbara nodded, smiled and after the
dance ran up to ask him to take part,
but he shook his head. Hugh had
looked at him as from a superior
height, and the boy noticed him frown frowning
ing frowning while Barbara was challenging
him to dance. The next dance cleared
his face and set his feet to keeping
time, for the square dance had, of
course, reached the wilds.
. "I know that," Tie said to Harry,
who told Barbara, and the little girl
went up to him again, and this time,
flushing, he took place with her on
the floor. Hugh came up.
"Cousin Barbara, this is our dance,
I believe," he said little thickly.
The girl took him aside and Hugh
went ysurlily away. Harry saw the
Incident and he looked after Hugh,
frowning. The backwoodsman con conducted
ducted conducted himself very well. He was
lithe and graceful and at first very
dignified, but as he grew In confidence
he began to -execute steps that were
new to that polite land and rather
boisterous, but Barbara looked pleased
and all onlookers seemed greatly
amused all except Hugh. And when
the old fiddler sang out sonorously :
! "Genelman to right cheat an'
I swing !" the boy cheated outrageously,
' cheated all but his little partner, to
, whom each time he turned with open
; loyalty, and Hugh was openly sneer
j ing now and genuinely angry,
"You shall have; the last dance,"
whispered Barbara, "the Virginia
T know that dance," said the boy.
' And when that dance came and the
f ; dancers were drawn In two lines, the
; boy, who was third from the end,
.heard Harry's low voice behind him:
"He Is my cousin and my. guest, and
you will answer to me."
. The lad wheeled, saw Harry with
Hugh, left his place, and went to
them. He spoke to Harry, but he
looked- at Hugh with a sword-flash In
each black eye:
"I dont want nobody to take up
Again he wheeled and was in his
place, but Barbara saw and looked
troubled, and so did Colonel Dale. He
went over to the two boys and pat
' bis arm around Hurt's, shoulder.
DECAY RESULT OF (WARFARE
Fate of Athens and Florence in a Man Manner
ner Manner Duplicated by Reeuitaof
'- Recent Conflict.
There are two shining glories In
human history, Athens and Florence.
Their respective titles, the one "The
City of the Violet Crown," the other
"The City of the Lily," figure their
beauty. To explain, them may be Im Impossible,
possible, Impossible, but to admire them is salu salutary.
tary. salutary. Both Illustrate the possibilities
of the human spirit, and both are
Lorenzo dl Medici, called the Mag Magnificent,
nificent, Magnificent, died Ib last decade of the
Fifteenth century, and with him died
the golden age of the Italian renais renaissance,
sance, renaissance, as at Athens centuries before
had died Pericles, the largest minded
man that ever ruled a state. True,
after, Athens' fall there came Plato and
Aristotle, as after Lorenzo's death
there lived half way through the Six Sixteenth
teenth Sixteenth century the two Florentines,
Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo
Buonarroti. Sunsets look more
splendid than high noons.
But the Athens of Pericles and the
Florence of Lorenzo were done. Their
magnificent flowering was succeeded
in either case by withering stalks.
Literally there was nipped In the bud
the i fairest promise that human -history
The moralists have chorused that
the failure was moral, as if beauty
and intellect were fatally vicious, and
goodness must necessarily somehow
be associated with ugliness and stu stupidity.
pidity. stupidity. Degeneration does not explain
Athens' fall, not the Florentine decad decadence.
ence. decadence. What does so Is war. Brute
violence killed in both cases the
fairest flower of all civilization.
Our modern world was come in the
year 1914 to a surpassing pitch of wel welfare,
fare, welfare, from which It has beencat down
Into a ditch by war. And Those who
fancy we are going soon and easily to
scramble out of that ditch, deceive
themselves with foolish optimism.
There will not be such diffused wel welfare
fare welfare as prevailed before August, 1914,
for many a decade to come. Such wel welfare
fare welfare indeed may never return, not jeven
here in America. Minneapolis JoarnaL
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
Pastor's Tough Job.
Speaking about unemployment, it Is
surprising to learn that 35,000 churches
in the United States are without pas pastors
tors pastors and that theological colleges grad graduated
uated graduated only 1,400 new ministers laiSt
With more than 33,000 jobs open, it
is plain that something must be ahe
matter with the job's, and we suspect
that it is the pay, Glenn M. Farley
writes in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
Outside of a few comfortable
jobs for the talented clergy the voca vocation
tion vocation is unquestionably a lemon, so far
as pay goes but while the clergyman's
head may be In the air, his feet are on
the ground and he must be sustained
materially to do his work.
Father ought to have more sense of
obligation about the churches. Even
if his own theories do not fall In with
religion he must see that our. whole
system of civilized, decent, honorable
and honest living is sustained and en encouraged
couraged encouraged by religion ; and some day.
when he finishes his little race and is
about ready to take his departure, from
this organized fight that we call life,
he will wonder If a clergyman cannot
do him some little good In his last
hours, perhapssend for the underpaid
and patient pastor and ask him for a
clean bill of health for his long voy voyage
age voyage Into the unknown, And think of
what a Job that is I
At Your Home
Our delicious ice cream will be delivered anywhere in the city'
two quarts or more, packed, in bulk or in bricks, direct Jxom Jie
creamery, to reach you in time for dinner or supper or ntertain 1
ment. Bulk: One gallon, packed, $1.50, delivered; half-gallon, pack-
ed, 90c delivered; one quart, nnot packed, 50c at creamery. Bricks:
Two or more quart bricks, packed; -r60c a quart, delivered; cuart
ioca.cu, wc at creamery.
Fresh Creamery Butter Daily-
Can now be had at the following places.
Fanners Exchange Store Main Street Market
H. B. Masters Company Five P-Serve Stores.'
Fresh milk in any quantity at U-Serve Stores.
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
It Had to Be Good.
Bob DIetz, the produce broker, re-
ceatly was snagged by the police fori
a violation of the traffic rules be'di
overstayed his parking limit, forgotten
his tail light, stepped on,the gas too
hard or something. Bob 'walked into
pnF- station the next morning to, obey
the order of the little white sticker on
his car. He looked up and saw a po policeman
liceman policeman he knew coming to greet him.
"Hello, Bob!" the bluecoat said,
"what have you got?"
"I've got an alibi," snapped the ag aggravated
gravated aggravated produce man.
The policeman grinned at him and
"Say, if you have an alibi that Is
any better than the ones we heard
here this morning you're 'the author of j
a six-best seller. Indianapolis News.
Valuable Welding Process.
A new and. very useful welding
process is based upon the fact that
If a piece of copper on an Iron plate
be Seated in an atmosphere of hy hy-droga,
droga, hy-droga, the copper will spread over
the lroi In a thin, penetrating film,
like butter on hot toast. Thus, if the
copper be melted between two pieces
of iron. It welds them together!! a
surprisingly Intimate fashion the cop copper
per copper film actually working itself 'in
between the crystals of the iron. By
this process It Is practicable to join
together, without screws, machine
parts which can be most conveniently
made in two pieces. Blades for steam
turbines are among the articles which
have been fabricated by this simple
and' novel mean3. Philadelphia
"Say it with flowers," and buy the
flowers from Mrs. J. EHyndman, 1
miles out on the Dunnellori road.
Phontf 30M. Zinnias, roses, pinks and
pink vine in bloom now. 7-7-lm
A dinner without a nice piece of
fresh meatus like the play of Hamlet
with Hamlet on a vacation. Phone as
you wants for tomorrow's dinner.
Main Street Market. Call 108. 2-tf
WHITE STAR LINE
Negotiable Storage Receipts loaned on Cotton. Automobile. Ete
IHir fl":5cihSHIP longdistance moving
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
All of Henry Ford's flivvers arent
made of tin. Washington Post
W. K. Lane, 31. D phician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
YOU OWE IT TO YOUR
CHILDREN TO YOUR
FAMILY TO SEE THAT
THEY GET THE MOST
Don't take the chance of sacr
rificing quality; economy and
food value by using self-rising flour
mixtures. They are only substitutes
for good plain flour and good baking
powder. J 1
The best baking results are ob obtained
tained obtained from good baking pow powder
der powder and plain flour. The' results are
far better than from self-rising flour.
There is. no substitute for
good baking powder and
plain flour. v
Exonomrdoes riot nec
mean cheapness of price, nor
does it mean the easiest way-. In these
times the greatest care should be used
m deterniimng between tme economy
and the sham of mere cheapness be be-;
; be-; t cause there are so many preparations
and substitutes in the way of leaven leaven-mg
mg leaven-mg agents on the market.
For best results use
Calumet Baking Powder
and a good plain flour;
Don't wear harness. Let us ahcr,
you a truss built to give Beryice and
comfort. No thigh straps, no usnee usnee-esary
esary usnee-esary buckles. Phillips Drug Co, th
store. reliable. ll-2t ltwkr
CRESCENT FISH MARKET
On hand at all tunes a large sxocx
..v. tu1 eH wt.PT fish. Rail' f
shipments. Will dress and deliver to
any part of the city on short notice.
Phome 562. 7-tf J. U. JUHJSS.
OCALA. EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1922
1 ftljsFord Touring. .$125.00
11918 Fort! Tearing
with Starter ...... $250.00
11921 Ford. Sedan,
Just like new ...$550.00
1 1920 Ford Worm Drive
.Truck. New tires. ..$325.00
11920 Chevrolet Baby
" Grand $325.00
11917 Buick "6"
Roadster. New tires. $325.00
TERMS ON ANY OF THESE
PHONE 348, Ocala, Fla.
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five -one.
Harrington Hall, who has been in
North Carolina and Atlanta for the
past month, has returned to Ocala.
Mr. W. K. Zewadski leaves tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for a two weeks' visit to his son,
Mr. Clarence Zewadski, in Royal Oak,
Mr. and Mrs. William Hocker and
daughters, Misses Elizabeth and Mar-
garet,..expect to leave tomorrow for
The salvation of the Florida farmer.
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
(RATKS under this heading are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c; three tiniest 0c; six timos.75c; one
month $3.00. AH accounts payable im
advance except to those who have reg
ular advertising accounts.
WANTED Six room house in good
location. Phone 293, or call at Hol
lywood office, Gary block. 14-dt
FOR RENT Three or four furnish
ed romos, furnished nicely for light
housekeeping. Apply 212 Orange
Mrs. O. W. Cordero, and daughter,
Evelyn, of Jacksonville, are guests of
Mrs. Cordero's uncle, Mr. Jerry Bur
nett, and family.
Be Your Own
New Treatment Brings Fresh,
Clear away every pimple, every black blackhead
head blackhead and every other skin blemish al almost
most almost like magic! Exchange muddy or
rougl skin for a clear, smooth, velvety
one II i delightfully asy to do. Just
taki twi pleasant-tasting tablets of
Ironizec Yeast three times a day, and,
in an incredibly short time, blemishes
will have vanished. Ironized Yeast sup supplies
plies supplies you with certain vital elements
now lacking in your food the very ele elements
ments elements needed to keep Vour skin clear
r- and your Aeeks iosy. Get a box of
these remarkable tablets from your
druggist today. In a short while your
fresh and rosy cneeks will ompel the
envy and admiration of your friends.
Get Ironized Yeast today. To try it
free, mail postcard for Famous 3-Day
Trial Treatment. Address the Iron Ironized
ized Ironized Yeast Co., Dept. 89, Atlanta, Ga.
Ironized Yeast is recommended and
guaranteed by all good druggists.
iOn Their Regular Summer Schedule a
Week from this Evening
The ragular summer season of open
air band concerts will not start until
next Friday night, July 21st. The
first concert was to have been given
tonight but Mr. H. N. Lord, director
of the band, prefers to give more time
! to reherjsals before starting a regu-
jlar series of concerts.
Mrs. Lewis Shepherd left yesterday
afternon for Chicago, stopping in
Jacksonville for a short stay with her
sister, Mrs. C. H. Lloyd.
Mrs. Robert Markley of Clearwater,
who has been the guest of her aunt,
Mrs. Walter Hood, for the past week,
expects to return home tomorrow..
uur siock or iresn 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
Noticsis hereby given that the
council of Ocala, Florida, at its meet meeting
ing meeting July 18th, 1922, will consider bids
for proposed issue of approximately
$80,000, or any part thereof, improve improvement
ment improvement bonds of the city. Said bonds
bearing & interest, mateuring 10
each year. Certified check for $1000
to accompany each bid. Right reserv reserved
ed reserved to reject any and all bids.
H. C. SISTRUNK,
14-15-&17- City Clerk.
Mrs. Lou Nobbe' and three children
left this afternoon for Kenosa, Wis.,
having been called there by. the death
of Mrs. O. Johnson, .Mrs. Nobbe's
mother, which occurred Tuesday..
FOR SALEP A lot of household fur furniture
niture furniture in good condition. Phone 475
orcalKat the residence of Harvey
' Clark, 22 Tuscawilla St. 14-3t
FOUND Sunday afternoon, a lady's
. pocket book on Oklawaha ave ave-f
f ave-f nue. The same may be had by
identification and paying for ihis ad.
Phone 474. 13-tf
H. H. SUMMERLIN Shoe Repair
Shop, 2 Magnolia St., west of the
courthouse. Repairing youths' shoes
60c. and $1; adults' $1.25, $l'.50 and
$1.75; all others $2.25 and $2.50. lm
FOR SALE On" Fort King avenue,
' easy terms, one lot 60 x 500. See
Mrs. J. H. Cramer, East Fort King
avenue. r 13-tf
FOR, SALE CHEAP New bed,
springs and matteress; used only
two months. Phone 332. 12-3t
FOR SALE Five foot roll top desk;
large safe with steel vault; Bowser
kerosene oil tank, 185 gallon,- one one-gallon
gallon one-gallon stroke; Dayton computing
scales. Address Belleview Trading
. Co., Belleview, Fla. 12-6t
FOR SALE General store, good lo location,
cation, location, bargain, for some one with
$1000 to $1500. For particulars ad address
dress address Store, care Star, 12-6t
THE DINING ROOM Of the Colo Colonial
nial Colonial Hotel is again open. Regular
meals 50c. Mrs. S. B. Arnold,' Man-
FOR SALE One Overland four 1921.
Ejve good tires, one has never been
on car; $300. Very best shape. The
Autogenous Welding Co. ll-6t
Mr. Max Israelson, who has been
confined to the house for the past
three days on account of sickness, is
somewhat better today and hopes in
a few days to be able to come down
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. tf
Mrs. Grider Perkins expects to leave
Monday for a week's trip in South
Florida. Mrs; Perkins will accom accompany
pany accompany Mr. Perkins on his reerular trin
to Tampa, St. Petersburg and as far
south as Lake Wales. 11
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 BIdg
Mr. Louis Pillans informs us that
his OcalarPalatka bus line is doing
well. He averages fifteen or twenty
people a day, mostly thru passengers.
He is beginning to pick up some local
business between Ocala and Citra. The
people along that route will find his
bus very convenient. Mr. Pillans ex expects
pects expects to put. on another bus and be begin
gin begin a double daily service in a few
NOTICE, YOUNG MEN
,A1 young men who have expressed
a desire to join the Order of DeMolay
but have not had their petition passed
on, will please present it to commit committee
tee committee at the Masonic temple Monday af afternoon,
ternoon, afternoon, July 17th.
By' order of Advisory Committee.
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Marocala Creamery Butter ,.11.'-. 40C
Uneedas,3 for... 20C
Jeiio, 12c. 3for.. 33C
Corn Flakes and Post Toasties, 3 for.... 25c
Quaker Oats 12c, 3 for 6oC
Octagon Soap, 3 for 20c
Star Sqap, 7 for.... .... ... 25c
Polar White Soap, 6 for...l ........ 25
PKONE 163 f'
IN the hi rt of the city.ywi11
Hemming Park lor a front
yard. Kvery moHrn conven convenience
ience convenience jn each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
ROBERT -M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
Captain Purvis, who has been laid
up for several weeks, is up and out
again. He was in town today greet greeting
ing greeting his friends, who are glad to know
that the injured leg has entirely
WANTED Married man wants posi position
tion position as clerk in grocery store. Have
had three years experience and can
furnish references. If interested
now, or in the near future, address
J. H. Gale, Route A, Box 67, Ocala,
BETTER be safe jthan sorry.' Ditto
works for your towrj. Why not insure
with Ditto? 11-tf
Mrs. George Batts and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Anita, returned yesterday from
Smithvile, Ga., where they accom accompanied
panied accompanied Mr. George Batts about six
weeks ago. Mr. Batts, whose health
has improved since he went away,
will remain some time longer.
C. v; Roberts & Co.
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway'
RIALTO CAFE UNDER
We wish to announce to the public
that we have taken over the Rialto
Cafe on South Magnolia street, ner
the Commercial Bank. We solicit the
trade of those who desire and appre-fl
tmie wen cuuneu luoas. prompt serv-j
ice and reasonable prices. Open day
and night.- cal Ion us. 14-6t
Mrs. K. E. GORE.
MRS. O. E. OGLE.
BETTER let Ditto figure with you
on the home building proposition. Lots
and material wil go up now and then
you will be sorry you didn't act on
the suggestion. Buy and build now.
Dtto, Realtor. 11-tf
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
m Optometrist and Optician
114 Main Street, Jacksonville
18 East Broadway, Ccala
Id ICE CONSUMERS
ARE YOU PARTICULAR?
About your tneji? If it is clean and fresh? Call on us or, call
us up. We can satisfy your wants. Good quality and low prices.
Loaf of Federal Brer.d given with each order of Stew
or Roast Beet over $.00. x
EAGLE MEAT MARKET
Messrs. Oscar Burnett and Floyd
Willis of Miami are ir the city, visit visiting
ing visiting Mr. Burnett's x uncle, Mr. Jerry
Burnett, and family. Ocala is Mr.
Oscar Burnett's birthplace, and he
greatly enjoys seeing old friends. He
and Mr. Willis will visit Tampa and
Jacksonville before returning to Mi Miami.
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR 1
ery Number 19,
Miss Bessie Whetstone and Mr.
Horace Whetstone have returned from
Lake Weir, where they have been oc-r When you put your ICE CARD out
cupying the Spurling home during the
absence of Mrs. Spurling in Palatka,
where she has been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Dekle.
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
v Our drivers want to help you get all
the ICE you need every day.this sum
mer but they need your help.
on time, you save them extra trips
and that's saving ice for everybody.
When you keep the ice compartment
of your refrigerator ffee from food
and bottles, you are saving time and
Just these two simple rules, follow followed
ed followed daily, will help us make sure that
you are well served this summer.
FOR SALE Registered Poland China
boar; weight about 400 pounds. Ad Address
dress Address George Adams, Route A,
Phone 39M. 10-6t
FOR RENT Light housekeeping
, apartment, furnished. Apply to E.
A. Revels at Revels' Studio. 8-tf
OAT SEED FOR SALE 500 bushels
genuine old Florida 90-day oaf seed.
The only sure crop oat for this sec section.
tion. section. Ten bushel lots, $2 per bushel.
Newcomb Barco, Cotton Plant, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 6-18-lm
- r i :
The Volstead act needs more teeth,
says the Anti-Saloon League. Our
observations indicate that they should
be wisdom teeth. Manila Bulletin.
BETTER not wait until after the
fire. Let Ditto insure you now, and
carry the worry. 11-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Taylor and lit little
tle little son left this morning by auto for
Daytona 6each, where they have rent rented
ed rented one of the Taylor cottages for, the
next two months. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Beckham, Mrs. Taylor's 'parents, also
accompanied them. Mr. Beckham and
Mr. Taylor'will return in a few days.
Call phone 108 early and you
won't have long to wait for yourr
meats and groceries for dinner. Main
Street Market. 2-tf
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
PHONE 34. OCALA,"FLA.
Mrs. T. M. McLean leaves tpmor tpmor-row
row tpmor-row for .Jacksonville, where she will
visit Mr. McLean's sister, Mrs. Sam
Mathews and where she will be joined
by her little son Theodore, who has
been visiting his aunt.' They will then
go to Charlotte, N. C, to be guests
of Mrs. McLean's mother, after which
the entire party will go to Rocky
Springs, N. C, for the month of August.
C. C. GordonV the bright young man
who ia demonstrating Wilson's Cus Cus-torr
torr Cus-torr House Coffee at U-Serve No. 1,
has been kept busy today pointing out
the merits and demerits in the pre preparation
paration preparation of coffee. Mr. Gordon is well
versed in his line, having studied un under
der under several of the present day experts
in this country and abroad. He will
be here all day Saturday. It will pay
you to see what excsllsnt coffee he
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
B. L. Adams, Recorder
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M.f on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p .m.
A. L. Lucas, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
OcaIji T era Mrt 9Qtt Rpnovnlonf.
meets every sec-
M iiiu i iuicvuve ui uer ui XjiJi.3, luct&ks
the second and fourth iuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren elways ''welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.-
W. R. Pedrick, E. R.
J. P. Galloway, Secretary.
ond Friday night
in veach month at
8 o'clock at the
A. L. Lucas, E. C.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fertilize your pot plants, and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in 25c, 50c and $2 packages at the
Co u r t Pharmacy. 8-tf
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
J Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory
at 8 o'clock p. m.
C. V. Roberts, Commtnder.
L? T. Craft,Adjutanc.
t ANiv BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract woik. Ghes nroje and better
work for the iror.ty that any ether
r-ztftractor in t'nr-
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Porter lost byjhgM every -Monday evening at eight
death their infant daughter at 10:30 1 0.clock at the castle halL A cordial
this morning. The remains Will be jWmp to visiting hrothers.
taken to Boston, Ga., lor interment,
leaving Ocala at 2:30 iivthe morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Porter have made Ocala
their home for "several months with
other relatives at 24 Hill street, Mr.
Porter being employed wth one of
Ocala's manufacturing plants. Geo.
I. U. Forbes, C. C.
C. K. Sage, K. of R." & S.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I." O. O. F
'meets every Tuesday eyening at eight
MacKay & Company have charge of o'elock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
the funeral .'arrangements.
Albert's Plant Food for flowers; 25c
and 50c. packages. Sold at the Court
BETTER buy a lot before they gi
up, and build a home while materials
are cheap. Let Ditto show you. 11 tf
A VISIT TO THE CEMETERY
Will show many examples of our skiL
as monument builders. Among them
are every sort of memorial ranging
from the very simplest to the most
ornate and stately. And every one
bears the hall mark of good taste and
skillful workmanship. Our book of
designs will be shown to any who plan
i stone for their plot. j
Ocala Marble Works!
THAT GOOD KIND
third story of the Garv block. A
Swarm welcome always extended to
' Joseph Malever, N.'G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN 3IASONIC 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. M.
. B. L. Adams, Secretary.
, WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
TjTE do not charge gv
any thing extra j
for the high-quality of
printing we do or the jSj
quick service. 'gl.
' Let us do your next .CS
job in commercial
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall every second and fourth
Friday evenings of earh month at 8
o'elock. Visiting sovereigns are al always
ways always welcome.
P. W, Whiteside, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. ""
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
oh star ruDiisning o.
Ocala Chapter No. J29, O. E. S-,
meets at the' Masonic hall the second
One of the most hopeful signs of
the times we liave seen is a sale of
swivel chairs by. the -government-
American Lumberman (Chicago. ..
The Shipping Board evidently hold;;
overseas, if they can't get half-seas-over.