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OCALA FiOEIDA. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1914
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'aiffllltLY REPELS -HIE ASSERTION THAT DEMOCRATIC
!' PARTY fS BtB BUSINESS' EfJEMY
.'Washington, July 8. President
jilson carne to the defense of Paul
larburg today In a vigorous state state-ent,
ent, state-ent, declaring earnestly that he
apes Warburg will reconsider; and
jcept the place on the federal re re-rve
rve re-rve 'board to which he iias been ap ap-pinted.
pinted. ap-pinted. j "It is unfair to the democratic
;irty to regard it as an enemy of
nsiness," said the president.
r little, the party doesn't regard a
San as an" object of suspicion mere--
because he has been connected
hith great business enterprises. It
a obvious that the business of
jtatesmanship at this turning point
p. our development is to recognize
bility and character whenever it is
isplayed and to ,unite every force
or the upbuilding o? legitimate bus business
iness business along new lines, -which now are
llearly indicated for the future."
SUFP LEADER IIAS OPPORTUN OPPORTUN-I
I OPPORTUN-I ITY FOR ANOTHER HUNGER
i juonuon, juiy urs. lummeiine
Pankhurst, the suffragette leader,
was arrested for the ninth time today
at the offices of the Woman's Social
and Political Club, where she was
preparing to inaugurate a fresh
campaign. She was taken to Hollo Hollo-way
way Hollo-way jail, from which she had been
released on account of illness brought
on by a hunger strike.
L. & X. IS XOT THE VICTOI OF
Louisville, July 8. The Louisville
& Nashville Railroad ended its fiscal
year June 30 th with an increase in
gross earnings over the previous year
of $112,647. In former years its
increases run into the millions.
Neckwear at specially attractive
prices, with a hundred designs to se select
lect select from. See Rivers the lien's
Outfitter in the Harrington .block. V
Advertise in the STAR for results
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AEZA IS CHEEP
AND VILLA PROMISES HIM UN UNSWERVING
SWERVING UNSWERVING ALLEGHNCE'
Torreon, July 8. General Venus Venus-tiano
tiano Venus-tiano Carranza, has been recognized
as first chief of the Constitutional Constitutionalists
ists Constitutionalists revolution, and General Francis Francisco
co Francisco Villa is subordinate to him.
This confirmation of the relative po positions
sitions positions of the two was regarded as
the most important step taken at
the parley held here to reunite the
Villa and Carranza factions.
SPARKS FROM A LOGGING EN ENGINE
GINE ENGINE CAUSED GREAT DAM DAMAGE
AGE DAMAGE TO PROPERTY
Asheville, X. C, July 8. Fire,
caused by sparks from a logging lo locomotive
comotive locomotive of the Perley Crockett
Lumber Co., burned timber slopes
on Mount .Mitchell -worth $10,000.
i Ten lumbermen's cabins were de de-j
j de-j stroyed. The occupants escaped with
: their lives through walls of fire.
j WITNESS SURE IT WAS A WOMAN
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I Who Fired the Fatal Shot at Jlrs.
Bayley in Dr. Carman's
New, York, July 8. Testifying at
the inquest into the death of Mrs.
Bayley, in the office of Dr. Carman
at Freeport, L. I., today, JiHlswood
Bardes, an insurance agent, declared
that after the shot was fired he saw
a woman dressed in a dark skirt and
white waist, walking through the
lawn on the west side of Dr. Car Carman's
man's Carman's residence. This confirms the
belief of county officials that a .wom .woman
an .woman fired the fatal shot that killed
Mrs. Bayley. Bardes stated he did
not think the woman was CUrs. Car Carman.
man. Carman. ...
STATE SENATOR BAILEY
Of New York Killed When His Car
New York, July 8. Former State
Senator 'Bailey, and a close friend of
when his automobile-turned turtle
near Medford, L. I.
AMOUR HIS ARMED GUARDS
New York, July S. John D. Rock-
efeller is seventy-five years old today
and observed his birthday anniver anniversary
sary anniversary quietly at his Pocantico Hills
estate. He received many telegrams
of congratulations. The Pocantico
Hills estate is being strongly guard guarded
ed guarded as the result of the recent hostile
demonstrations by the Ind-itrial
Workers of the World agitators.
MUTINY NEAR VERA CRUZ WAS
Vera Cruz, July S.- Dispatches
from Mexico City report the arrival
of General Garcia Pena, former min minister
ister minister of war in President Madero's
cabinet, and recently commander of
the federals in the vicinity of Vera
Cruz. General Pena was summoned
for a personal conference with Pres President
ident President Huerta. There is an uncon uncon-firmed
firmed uncon-firmed rumor that Huerta may turn
over the presidency to Pena. v
The mutiny of the federal out
posts near Vera Cruz was quelled
after a short, sharp conflict yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. .Many rebels were captured.
MCEniilE LET GO
BLEW COUPLE OF WELL SHOOT
ERS INTO LITTLE BITS
Findlay, Ohio, July 8. H. B.
Longbaugh and Charles Armstrong,
oil well shooters, were blown to
atoms this tmorning when fifty gal gallons
lons gallons of nitro gljrcerine they were
taking to Buckland exploded. The
men and the automobile in which
they were, riding were completely de destroyed.
stroyed. destroyed. Several houses nearby were
wrecked. Two children were severe severely
ly severely injured. A thousand panes of
glass were 'broken.
MEASLY ENDING FOR
c A PROMINENT MAN
Neshville, Tenn., July 7. James
T. Rhea, prominent lumberman,
ptesident of the Summerville Bank
and Trust Company, and holder of
large farm lands in Fayette County,
was accidently shot and killed in
the yard of his home at Summerville
The fatal shot was fired by, J. N.
Pulliam, whose premises adjoin those
of the dead man. Mr. Pulliam,
thinking he heard some one around
his chicken house, went to his rear
door and fired three shots with the
intention of frightening the robber.
Mr. iRhea's body was found an
hour Jater by 'his wife, who missed
him and instituted a search. A bul bullet
let bullet had pierced the base of, the brain.
Fresh shrimp every day at Rodoff's
lei W omen' are
They will all own a piece of real estate so they can
vote the full ticket. In order that everybody, both
men and women, may be in a position to vote, I am
going to put on within the next few days the most at attractive
tractive attractive real estate proposition that has ever been of offered
fered offered in Marion County. For particulars
3Ieets this Evening, and the Attend Attend-ance
ance Attend-ance of All Members is
The Board of Trade meets at the
board headquarters at 8 o'clock this
evening.. As the, last meeting had to
be passed over, there are a number
of matters that should be decided at
once, and all members not unavoida unavoidably
bly unavoidably prevented should be present.
CUBS ARE COB
PUSHING THE GIANTS HARD IN
THE RACE FORVtHE
New Ygrk, July 8. The Chicago
Cubs seem to be considerably among
those present during the last Week
or twoj and the Giants, who had fig figured
ured figured that the 1914 'National League
bunting won have awakened to find
that the: old Chicago peril hovers
over them once again.
Hank OTay, after getting away to
a poor start seems to have his gang
workingx with almost the) same ma machine
chine machine 'like regularity that made the
1906 Cubs famous, and barring ac accidents,
cidents, accidents, the Chicago outfit -may yet
rise up and horn its way into the
world's series. :
The Giants have a lead that some
persons may term' commanding but
it's nothing to get overconfident
about, ilts a lead that a week or so
of hard luck may chip away, and
with the end of the season -still elev eleven
en eleven weeks off there is every reason
for the Cubs to feel hopeful '. about
the ultimate outcome of the race as
it concerns them.
The best part of the Cub uprising
is the 'fact that the, entire team now
willingly concedes to Hank the job
of leader, and instead of pulling
abot ten different ways the gang is
pulling together for him and for
Earlier in the year when the Cubs
were going like a lame and spavin spavined
ed spavined mule, Roger Bresnehan, Tommy
Leach and Frank Schulte, in whose
bonnets there was a buzzing the man managerial
agerial managerial bee, didn't exert themselves
overly much, according to reports.
Twas said they: figured that if Hank
continued to make a poor showing
as manager, he would he deposed
sooner or later and that the job of
handling the Cub reins would be giv given
en given over to one of the trio. So why
work your head off to win games,
when by losing them it brings about
the possibility of your becoming a
manager, the ambition of every maj-
of league ball player?
But all of a sudden the Cabs began
to sit up and everybody in the vicin-
j u Li LI L!3 Lhaii U U U U U U LI U Li Li Lzj
COUNT! REPRESENTED AT T
SEVEIITH BIEilAL COHTIi OF THE lUTIOtt HEAL
ESTATE DEALERS SESSION I!i SMOKY CITY
ity took notice of the process. The
Cub twirlers began pitching in real
form, the infield and outfield began
working with machine-like regular regularity,
ity, regularity, and the -whole bunch began hit hitting
ting hitting like fiends. Frorn a position
near the hottom of the heap the Cubs
shot up just behind the first place
Giants and seemed untired by the
pace. They continued to play ball
at a ,700 clip, and although they
since have received a couple of set setbacks,
backs, setbacks, they seem to have the power
to do a real"come-back" and Temain
in the come-back position right to
the Octoher tape.
Hank isn't making pennant pre predictions,
dictions, predictions, but his bunch has become
fired with the idea of landing on top
of the heap, and right now they are
showing as much "pep" as any team
in the big leagues. Ha:iks pitching
staff is a bit w;eak. He needs one
seasoned, reliable pitcher to bolster
up, and he needs a'hard .hitting ad addition
dition addition to his outfield. Given this
pair for which he is searching bath
day and night and the Chicago
fans may yet count on the priviledge
of seeing a world's series combat
staged in their home town-
Quite a number of our best little
basehall experts are conceeding the
pennant to the Giants, but it seems
quite a hit totf early for making such
an award. Even if the Cubs uplift
doesn't last the Pirates still look dan dangerous
gerous dangerous And the tReds may recover
from their slump of the past three
weeks, the -Phillies arent figured in
the pennant fight,' but they may be
able to wallop the Giants often
enough during the rest of the season
to give soine other team a chance
to close up the gap that divides the
Giants and their nearest rivals.
The Boston (Braves seem to he
coming along at a pretty good gajt.
too. There isn't one chance dn one
hundred that they'll grab the pen pennant
nant pennant situation. The Braves have a
habit of turning into the stretch dur during
ing during the final weeks of the campaign
and beating everything in eight, and
who knows hut what they will turn
upon the Giants pretty shortly and
soak them amidships with such force
as tq considerably weaken the clutch
the Giants have on the first rung of
PRODUCES A JAG
Kansas Finds Out What Florida has
, Long Known
Topeka, Kans., July S. -The Kan Kansas
sas Kansas supreme court decided today that
Jamaica ginger is intoxicating. The
druggists selling it may be prosecut prosecuted
ed prosecuted as violating the prohibition law.
Pittsburg, July 8. -Hundreds of
members of the (National Association
of Ileal Estate Exchanges and their
families are here today Tor their
7th biennial convention, and: Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh buildings are decorated to wel welcome
come welcome them. Delegates are here from
almost every state and province in
the United States and Canada, he he-sides
sides he-sides several from Cuba, Mexico,
South America and -Europe.
The assembly hall at he Hotel
Schenley, the headquarters of the
convention, was, crowded wlien tho
president of the association, Charles
L. Simpsons, of Kansas City, called,
the first session today. Presided:
Simpson's report comprehensively ref reflated
lated reflated the association's activities dur during
ing during the year. When the convention convention-adjourned,
adjourned, convention-adjourned, the various officers and
committeemen were entertained at.
luncheon by the Pittsburgh hoard.
s Xnl3 afternoon's session will he he-marked
marked he-marked by the competing ; of 3C
hoards, who, with each limited to a
five minute speech, will endeavor to
win the Chicago Real" Estate board
silver trophy. i
The women of the convention will
be received informally this afternoon
by the wives of the men of the Pitts-
burgh hoard at the Pittsburgh Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Association rooms, a half block
from Hotel Schenley.
This evening's session .. will be .a
get-together, get-acquainted, good-.,
fellowship meeting,, for all delegates
and women at the -Fort Pitt Hotel.
It has been termed "A "Night in Bo Bohemia."
hemia." Bohemia." The Pittsburgh Real Estate
hoard Glee Club will sing, there will
be cabaret entertainment, and a
playlet written end presented by
members of one o? the biggest real
estate offices In tha country will be
DUBLIN IS NOT
HEALTHY FOR DARKIES
Dublin, Ga., July 8. A. party of
unknown white men entered a negro
house near here last nighjt and shot
Sam Williams, a negro, called Will
Palmer, another negro, out of tho
house, stating one of the party was
Sheriff Flanders, and carried him
away. Shots were heard soon after,
and Palmer has not been seen since.
Sheriff Flanders is looking for the
men today. This is the second oc occurrence
currence occurrence of this kind during the year.
Do you eve have trouble with
your machine "Breaking, "Skip "Skipping",
ping", "Skipping", or "Drawing." It generally in
the needle. Our man will call and
fit the correct needle 25c a doz.
Parts and attachment! supplied for
every known make. We fix 'em too,
10 years experience. All work guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. We, live here. B. C. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan & Co. 7-6-tf.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. 1014
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Before the board of county com-
miEsioners Monday appeared Messrs.
George MacKay, Z. C. Chambliss,
John L. Edwards, Ed. L, Wartmann
and other prominent citizens from
every part of the county, mostly
members of the board of trade, and
Asked that the commissioners levy a
small tax, the proceeds from which
should be used to advertise Mari Marion's
on's Marion's resources and attraction.
In compliance with the request,
the commissioners added a quarter
mill tax to the budget, the money so
raised to 'be applied to the purpose
named.: ...'-; ', uv;:'.-
The Star congratulates the public public-epiri
epiri public-epiri ted citizens who made the re
quest and the commissioners
granting it. The money will
.among the best of investments.
OCA LA'S NEW NATIONAL BANK
. At .the time Tuesday the news was
. "released,' (for the Star had been
expecting it for some time) that the
Munroe &v Chambliss, Bank had be be-come
come be-come a national bank, it was too
late 5n the day to .-. more than an announce
nounce announce the' fact. And with a bank
. as .well known to our people as this
.'.solid,'; home-built institution,! there
xTraq- fax' fact little more to say. v
fit not likely that the two care care-:
: care-: fill, .iiard working men, T. T. Munroe
iandZ. C. Chambliss, when they
started their (little bank, a mere
wavB of disaster of seventeen years
ago, i'iiad any more Idea of the suc success
cess success -they have since attained than
the country 'had of the safe and sane
JlCRisJy enacted to prevent truen dis dis-racers
racers dis-racers as the one we we then be-
. Musiroe & Chambliss coil (d r have
saad' a .national bank years ag S' if they
-fiad cared to. Under the oh I system
. ofltMmking) it would ihave' brought
.- K'is-m 11 M-Ia a rl vantAfl. find & hftV ; mft-
ferred to work along, makinjr a little
jianon oi xneir owu.
lUnder the new Jaws, national
"bunks are given -greater scope of use use-fnlncsi!,
fnlncsi!, use-fnlncsi!, and 'our 'home banks are
nearer to the people than ever be before.
fore. before. Their Interdependence ds more
with, the government, and less with
the private fortresses of tfiigh finance,
o so of which, as in the case of the
5 iiickerbocker in 1907, blows up
cace in awhile, causing a shock, that
i i felt nation-wide. In such occur occur-ar
ar occur-ar jnces, it has always 'been the small
ety 'banks that have protected the
public from the full force of the
blow, and gradually but steadily fur furnished
nished furnished the supplies to mend the
shattered lines. It is the opinion of
tt& financial experts that such panics
are no longer probable, and the
great safeguard against them is the
xs llian ce b e t we en the United Stalls
treasury and the thousands of na-
tional banks, all over the country.
The nerve center is the government,
public credit and public faith, in
stead of Wall street and high finan financiers
ciers financiers of the Morgan type.
Ocala now lias two national "banks,
and there are not many cities of its
size that -has two such 1 strong insti institutions
tutions institutions of that character.:
Why not now?
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of all kinds
made to order
fc(. PhnnA nr WritA
WOODMAR SAND AND
iPh one 331, N Main St
.Weirsdale, July; 6.- Mr. and Mrs..
C. Wilson were traders in the Brick
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Bickley au au-toed
toed au-toed to Ocala and returned one day
last week. ;
c Mrs.W.. B, Coggins traded in Ocala
Mrs. S. A. Buckley 'left Wednesday-
for Vanceburg, Ky., to' visit
about a month with her son and fam family.
ily. family. Mrs. Buckley recently receiv received,
ed, received, word from 'her son, OElev. Lewis
Whiting Buckley, announcing the ar arrival
rival arrival on -Tuesday, June 23rd, a ba baby
by baby boy, ; Charles Coleman Whiting
Buckley, so grandma began immedi immediately
ately immediately plans for the trip to see the boy.
Uncle Rober hopes they will have
a good time. 7. .. .
Mrs. Gertrude Evans and child children,
ren, children, of iBrooksviile, are here making
an extended visit With Mrs. Evan's
mother, Mrs. E. Simpson, and other
G3r. Camp, of North Lake Weir,
and son of Georgia were viewing the
splendid orange groves around
Weirsdale last Thursday. Young Mr.
Camp is seriously contemplating the
purchase of a grove somewhere in
his vicinity. '..;;.5:.-
Misses Annie and Bus ie Russell, of
York, -have visited here since the
29 th iWith their sister, Mrs. R. D.
Drs. Carl and lEarl Lytle, who have
recently finished their course in den dentistry,
tistry, dentistry, arrived 'home Friday last. Dr.
Carl Lytle -will begin practice at
Palm Beach -while iDr. 'Earl is con
sidering two or three good places
but has not definitely decided where
he will locate. Our people are all
sure these young men will make
good in their profession. :
Master John Bishop, the faithful
and eldest son of Mrs. L. Bishop, is
spending the 'holiday season visiting
with friends and relatives in Geor
gia. ; : -: ; :-.: :
The tall leaning pine tree just to
the northwest of the church fell Sun
day morning. It Is 'fortunate that
no one -was passing just then as the
top lies partly across the clay, road,
and it .might have injured some pass
er,,.:- x-'W:-'rC: ;' '''
Prof Henry W. ?Nold, teacher of,
electricity in a technical school at
Hamilton, Ont., Can., arrived here
Saturday morning to spend his va-
cation, with his wife and daughter,
wiio are occupying a cottage on the
Haskelproperty to the west of the
hotel. -This is Prof. 'Nold's first vis
it to Florida.
The Fourth of July picnic at Stan
ton under the direction of the Lake
Weir W. C. T. U. was one long to be
remembered. This temperance cele
bration was 'both safe' and sane and
was very much enjoyed by the large
crowd in attendance. The visitors
were so numerous that the writer
will not attempt to name them". The
program consisted of songs, prayers,
orations, foot, races, bathing and a
ball game. The orator of the day
was Prof. McCook, of Coleman, who
gave us a very Interesting and profit
able address. The temperance con
test, participated in by four Ocala
ladies, for a beautiful silver medal
was of especial interest to our peo
ple, and was very much enjoyed.
Prof. Henry W. Nold, of Hamilton,
Ont., Hev. E. C. Albertson and Mrs.
L Guthrie acted as judges. The writer
did not get the names of the speak
ers so cannot name 'the prize winner.
Two recent winners of prizes in Ocala
favored us with their orations. Need
I mention that big dinner? Well it
will not soon be forgotten. The peo people
ple people of the Lake Weir region are big
eaters and the heavily laden table
proved them good providers. There
was a moment of quietness while Mr.
McCook thanked, our kind Father for
His goodness, and then all got quite
busy eating. Flags and white rib ribbons
bons ribbons were much in evidence. Cake
1 cream candy and watermelons' were
sold by the W. C. T. U. and the Y.
P. S. C. IE. The day was pleasant
and the oocassion enjoyed by all.
Electric Current and Other Import Important
ant Important Affairs Up for Consideration
Before the City Council Tuesday
The city council met Tuesday,
night with the follbwing members
present: C. W. Hunter, president;
Messrs. Knight, Bennett, Roess,
Fausett, Robinson and Smith."
The minutes of the last session
were read and approved.
A delegation of citizens, represent representing
ing representing the school Interests of the city,
witn v rot. J. 11. urinson was pres present,
ent, present, to stfeak in behalf of a .written
petition from the colored patrons of
Howard Academy. These people pe petitioned
titioned petitioned the council to have the re restricted
stricted restricted district that exists in a
stone's throw of their school remov removed.
ed. removed. The school board, by Mr. Brin-
son, stated that a large sum of mon money
ey money was to ;be spent on the school
building and the public felt that the
nuisance should be removed. The
council informed Mr.. -Brinson and
the other gentlemen that the council
made the laws, that the mayor and
the police who are under his direc
tion, are the ones to enforce, them;
that there was plenty of city law to
enforce their demands. On motion
of Mr. Robinson, the matter was re referred
ferred referred to the mayor and the chair
told the committee that if they
wrould lay the matter before the
mayor as they had the council, he
felt sure it would have attention.
A communication was read from
the property owners on South Tus-
cawilla street, asking to be allowed
to place concrete "curbs and fill in
with lime rock, instead of the regular
tion concrete or cement walks, as
contemplated by the ordinance. The
matter was referred1 to the street
!R. S. Hughes and G. Bl Wilson pe petitioned
titioned petitioned to move a small frame house'
from one lot to another, through
certain streets. Same was referred
to the building committee.
The water ,'Worksbond trustees, in
response to a letter from the city
clerk," stated that they had no bonds
In their possession, that the $ 4 5,0 00
of bonds delivered to them were sold
and the proceeds turned over to the
city treasurer. '-'? "; '.. J'-,-.
The congregation of Zion Chapel
M. church petitioned to Jhave
liglits installed at the crossing ef
Pond and another street with Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha avenue, and to have certain
bad places in the street repaired.
Matter referred to the etreet com committee
mittee committee to report at next meeting of
The city received $2700 from Ma Marion
rion Marion county, due the city as its por portion
tion portion of the road tax collected, wlilch
will help materially in paying bills
that are due.
' Mr. 'Hunter introduced an ordi ordinance
nance ordinance regulating the weights and
measures among" trades people of
the city. Same was ; read for the
first time and referred to the judi judi-ciay
ciay judi-ciay committee.
Superintendent Caldwell reported
progress on tlie repairing of, the ma
chine put out of commission rjy
lightning, and stated that it would
require about another week before
the work would be completed. He
was asked if the trouble was .thru
any fault of men or machinery, and
said it was not, that the plant had
never had a serious mishap from
lightning in 17 years, and there was
no device yet invented that was al
ways lightning proof.
The ordinance to condemn ( prop
erty and open Fourth street was
brought up and placed on its second
Tie report of the financial condi
tion of the city was read and filed.
(See report elsewhere).
The judiciary committee, by M. J.
Roess chairman, asked for further
time on the East Florida Telephone
and A. C. L. ordinances.
The lengthy health ordinances,
defining the powers and duties of
the board of health of the city, to
prescribe the membership, their qual
ifications, term of office, etc., and the
prevention and quarantining of con
tagious and infectious diseases,
were placed on their second reading.
read by sections and adopted by sec
tions, then placed on third reading
read by title and adopted on a roll
These ordinances entirely change
and. modernize the board of health
regulations of the city.
, Mr. M. J Roess, chairman of the
light and water committee, made
their report in writing. The com committee
mittee committee has been working earnestly
and faithfully for months on this re report
port report and it is of much interest. The
report is as follows: f
C. L. ANDERSON
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resolution of April 21, 1914, we,
Marion Hardware Company, Hardware .... .. v ......... y 5 per cent
J, J. Gerig, Drugs .(Postofflce drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 5 per cent
Knight & Lang, Wagons," Buggies, etc . 5 per cent
A, E. I5urnett, Jewelry. .... . ....... . . ........... 5 per cent
E. G. Rivers, Gents Puniisliings ..... v. ................. 3 per cent
Smith Grocery Co. (Except Feed Stuffs and Special Sale3
', Day Bargains ... ... . . . . ..... ......
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods.". . ........ . . x. ... . i 5
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture .... . ...... : ...... 10
A. 31. Lansford, 3Iusic Dealer. 10
Miss Mary Affleck,- Millinery . . . . ..... ...... 5
B. Goldman, "Why Pay More??. .
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes . . . . ( ... .
To illustrate how the plan will save you money and 'bring back thev equivalent in cash, just what
the paper has cost you either the Evening Star or Weekly Star: Suppose your first call, after receiv-
lng the coupon book is at the grocery store, you trade twenty dollars worth, you give the clerk $19 or
your checkrand he will tear out of your "book $1 worth;of "coupons and your bill is paid. You havo
gotten tback a dollar of your subscription money. Ycur next purchase is at the furniture house, whoso
name yoiy see on the jback of the coupon (; and you are pleased when you see they will give 10 per
' cent, discount); you buy a bed for $10 $9 In cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.
You've saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore Is $5 -$4.75 and a 25c coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose the purchase is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents in cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays it. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; It would take your entire
$5 coupon book, but it would save you a FIVB DOLLAR BILL. ;' f V : ; :
Just keep In mind,, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep it tqo,"
If you take advantage of ouT MERCHANTS CASH DISCOUNT .COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and get a book. If you aYe not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekly
Star, come in and do It now, and get a coupon -book. You can send yo?r remittance by registered
letter, check ; or express money order, and coupon ''book will be mailed to your address.
Ocalaj Floria d
7 1 : 1 1
your light and water committee beg
to submit the following report:
The above mentioned resolution
required us to Teport to ; you the
cost of producing electric current
at the present time on the old city
plant,, the probable cost of produc
ing electricity on a new and .up to
date plant, and 'the cost at which
electricity, could be purchased from
private parties,' delivered at the
switch-board of the city's plant.
The task which you have impos
ed upon us was. a rather difficult one,
because of the difficulty; in seperat-
ing the theoretical cost as given by
engineers and manufacturers -of ma
chinery from the real or practical
cost, which, of course, can only be
learned by actual results obtained by
operation. 'In considering this cost.
we liave confined ourselves to the
cost per k' w h delivered at the switch
board, including interest and depre
ciation. We foave entirely, omitted
and eliminated all cost of distribu
tion for the reason that the cost of
distribution would remain the same
whether electricity was manufactur manufactured
ed manufactured on' the old plant or on a new one
operated oy steam or on a new plant
operated by oil engine or if the cur current
rent current was purchased from private
parties delivered at the switch-board.
With reference to cosl of manu manufactured
factured manufactured electricity, on our present
plant we tegto attach here to as
exhibit "A" statement of cost as
prepared by the superintendent of
your plant, Mr.,J. C. Caldwell.
This covers the cost of operations
for nineteen months ending March,
1914. This shows that our plant
produced" electricity at .02614 per k
w h delivered at the switch-board;
but, in this cost there is included no
charge for interest or depreciation.
We feel that our present generate
We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and which
you ought to have? We believe you are. Most of our -customers are
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But if there is anything wrong
In our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do our part in
straightening it out before the rush days come.
(Continued on Page 4)
CAPITAL STO CK S50;000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.
' The Management of DR. MeCLAi
Medical, Surflical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped sod wiU bo rai
; strictly 'etiiicai lines. H
HOURS: 9 A.M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHON 331
ReadOnr UNCLASSIFIED ADS lor yen?; tve:
The officers and directors of MUNROE & CHAMBLLSS BANK announce
the conversion of that institution into a national association with the title
kslsu uCAla EVEMAG STAK. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. 1014
Cl ft V
This was decided after the passage of the Federal Reserve Act granting
more latitude to National Banks in caring for agricultural interests. In
changing from1 a State to a National charter there will be no change in
the personnel of the officers and directors nor in the policy of the bank.
O IF IF I G EE S
T. T. MUNROE, President
Z. C.CHAMBLISS,! M.THOMAS, Vice Presidents
A. E. GEMG, Cashier
OEIRIEC3nrQMS : :
D. H. BAKER, L. R. CHAZAL, W. M. GIST,
E L. CARNEY, D. A. CLARK, Z. C. CHAMBLISS.
A. E. GERIG, J. M. THOMAS, T. T. MUNROE
t L H HI
Kimball Player Piano,
will find it light, re
sponsive and even throughout.
The ABSENCE of that slug sluggish,
gish, sluggish, PECULIAR feeling, found
in most players, is instantly ap apparent.
parent. apparent. The Kimball method of actu actu-ating
ating actu-ating the hammers relieves the
piano action of all superfious
Jl jl i jf--
1 1 1 1 fill
Mrs. E. Van Hood, Editor
NOTES FROM THE FIELD
One of the TEN features of the
Kimball' Player Piano
"Never played" pianos taken in
exchange : ;
Sold on partial payment plan If
m . .
Prohibition Reduces the Number of
Arcests in Lansing. Mich.
Mich.; June 26. Yes,
prohibition prohibits here. At least,
it has the effect of greatly reducing
the number, of arrests. The report
of Acting Chief of Police Cole to the
board of Are and police commission commissioners
ers commissioners shows 'that during May only sixty-four
arrests were made in this
city as compared with 204 in May of
The report shows that tljiere were
only nineteen drunks' arrested.
Teachers for Dry Nation
Oklahoma City, Okla.,June 26.
The public school teachers of Pitts
burg county are unanimously in favor
of the proposed constitutional amend amendment
ment amendment ; providing national prohibition
throughout the United States.
. ; t
Kansas City, Mo., June. 20. On
Wednesday, the "Rexall druggists'
; of whom more than a thousand exist
in the United States, held their an-
nual convention here and declared
emphatically against the selling of
alcholic compounds except on the
'prescription of physicians.
For Good Wood
BIG Load for SI.
Your Order will have
v Immediate Attention.
tj. L. s.
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
; Carl; WcnzellSonv
PLASTERS and CONTRACTORS
g and Stuc-
For Lathing Plasterin
co work, also all kinds of Cement
work. We take contracts any anywhere
where anywhere in the state.
, Wyominia and Washington. Sjts.
iioiic : 481
If you want to bay or sell
New and Second Hand
Farm Tools, Harness Etc.
Easy Payments if Desired.
310 S. Main St. Ocala Fla.
Life is thick sown with thorns, and
I know of no other remedy than to
pass through them quickly. The long longer
er longer we dwell on our misfortunes, the
greater is their power to harm us.
Voltaire. ... .;
Council Bluff, Iowa, June 26.
Resolutions adopted by the 'Iowa 1A 1A-quor
quor 1A-quor Dealers' Association in session
here include, among other things,
condemnation of moving picture films
which show 'barroom scenes. The
resolutions contain suggestions to all
organizations interested in the liquor
business to appeal to the maker's of
Sims tq stop the manufacture of pic pictures
tures pictures with persons in stages of in
toxication, and the attendant ievil re results.
sults. results. 4
Lexington, Ky., June 30.- Ion Ion-day,
day, Ion-day, September 28, has been set as
the date of holding local option
elections in Fayette, Scott, Bourbon,
Clark and Montgomery .counties. The
W. C. .TV U. is 'largely behind the
campaign, '.which,- it is promised by
the women will jbe vigorous.
Dallas, v Texas, June 26. Meeting
In this city, eighteen editors of Tex Texas
as Texas newspapers have formed the Tex Texas
as Texas -Prohibition Press Association.
'Each member agrees in his own; way
to do all he can to further the cause,
Denver, Colo., June 19. Today
the drys filed with the secretary of
state the petition for the constitu constitutional
tional constitutional amendment to be voted for at
the regular election on November, T3.
The petition contained almost 32, 32,-000
000 32,-000 signatures about 1,200 more
than necessary to insure the putting
of the amendment on the official bal ballot.
lot. ballot. : : ; ; ; -
Women for Proliibition
Salt Lake City., Utah, June 28.
Delegates to the convention. of Color Color-edWomen's
edWomen's Color-edWomen's Clubs, embracing Colo Colorado,
rado, Colorado, Utah, Montana and Wyoming,
went an record for nation-wide pro prohibition.
hibition. prohibition. .. --;
Indianapolis, Ind., June 26. -At
the meeting of the preshytery of In Indianapolis,
dianapolis, Indianapolis, at the Second Presbyter Presbyterian
ian Presbyterian church in this city, the report of
the committee on civic righteousness
as presented by Rev. A. S. Buchanan,
was adopted. The resolutions, ap ap-peniei
peniei ap-peniei to the report, are as follows.:
"That we approve, the act of the
secretary of the navy in .abolishing
the use of intoxicants in'the United
"That we 'heartily recommend con constitutional
stitutional constitutional prohibition of the manu manufacture
facture manufacture and sale of intoxicating li liquors
quors liquors as a beverage, within the terri territory
tory territory of the United States.
"That we condemn the lax at attempts
tempts attempts at 'law enforcement against
the open saloon on Decoration -day,
as witnessed in our city.
"That we do not favor segregation,
but the complete abolition of the
immoral 'houses, public dance halls,
clubhouses where liquor is permitted,
winerooms and all such cancers of
society.,:. :' V v; .:, f 'r.
It is estimated that for every $120
saloon license money paid, one boy
must learn to drink liquor. Figure
it out for yourself "how many boys
in Texas will learn to drink liquor
during the next four years and then
ask yourself what guarantee yoj
have that your own boy will not be
one of them. Waco Tebas, News.
19 Saloons Closed
Philadelphia, June 11. Nineteen
saloons in this city have closed mak making
ing making no application for renewal of li license.
cense. license. The decline of the liquor bus business
iness business is given as the reason for this
Judge Frank P. Divelbliss is
judge of the 'Seventh Circuit Court
of Missouri and something of a live
wire. ,' v t,
"A railroad company has no more
right to sell intoxicating liquors in
its dining cars than has the boot
legger in the brush at a country pic picnic"
nic" picnic" is part of a deliverance that he
recently got off from his bench.
The direct result of this trite ut utterance
terance utterance and the decision that em em-feoided
feoided em-feoided it is that every railroad din dining
ing dining car in Missouri has gone dr.
They are no longer traveling blind
As the matter now stands, nearly
all of the dining cars of the United
'States are grogless.
This is imnortant but of still great greater
er greater importance is the fact ; that the
railways no longer regard themselves
above the law in this or any other
For twenty years, the greater, part
of the railway dining cars of the
country have operated openly as
speakeasies in absolute defiance of
They would pay a federal tax aJ
"retail liquor dealers" but would
pay no local tax or local license of
any1 sort. They would sell -.on Sun Sundays,
days, Sundays, sell without regard to any lo local
cal local or state law and ride rough shod
over the people and their laws.,
A new light has gradually dawn dawned
ed dawned upon the great corporations of
this country and more and more are
they becoming the servants rather
than the masters of, the people.
Asked for an explanation asto the!
consistent class shown by the cham champion
pion champion Athletics Mack said:
- "F have come to the conclusion
that the continued class shown by .the i
Athletics can be put down if you
want it in. a sentence, right over the
plate to clean living and quick
BEST DIARRHOEA REMEDY
Catarrh is Often V
' Dssp Seated
Local Congestions May In
dicate Much Internal
. If you have ever used Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and .Diarrhoea
Remedy you know that It Is a suc success.
cess. success. Sam F, Guin, Whatley, Ala.,
writes, "I had measles and got
caught out in the rain, and it settled
in my stomach and 'bowels. I had
an awful time, and had it not been
for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy I could not possi possibly
bly possibly have lived but a few hours long longer,
er, longer, but thanks to this remedy, I am
now well and strong." For sale by
all dealers. adv.
All tires and tubes sold at the
establishment of "Davies the tire
man" from July 1, will be 6old only
for CASH, but with a
This bank i? always open until S
o'clock In the evening on Saturdays
and Mondays; on other days of the
week it closes at 3 o'clock in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The bank will observe all
legal holidays, both state and na national,
tional, national, and will remain closed on
: Lorge Giles, President. ;
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf
Tnst because catarrh aect3 tie nos? and
throat, few poor-Ie realize Law deep-seated
It may be until it creeps into tlie- bronchial
tubes and settles down into. t-s Iunt;3.
The way to treat catarr'a is to reccgnlze
the fact that it 13 In tie tloc.
And there is only one blood ptiriSer that
can be pafely used. It is S. S. S., tie most
powerful; the most searching, the most
assimilative blood remedy known today, for
it Is net a mineral, but a vegetable remedy.
The medicinal components of S. S. S. are
relatively just as essential to well-balanced
health as the nutritive properties of the
grains, meats, sugars a J fat3 of foods.
Any local irritating ln3uence Is the blood 13
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by reason of the stimulating influence of
s. s. s.
You will soon realize It3 wonderful In Influence
fluence Influence by the absence of headache, a de decided
cided decided clearing of the air passages, a steadily
Improved nasal condition, and a. sense of
bodily relief that proves how comp'etely
catarrh often Infests the entire system.
You will find S. S. S. on sale at all drag
stores." It is a remarkable remedy for any
and all blood affections, such as eczema,
rash, lupus, tetter, psoriasis, boils, and all
other diseased conditions of the blood. For
special advice-on anv Mood disease write
Medical Dept., The Swift Specific Co.. 532
Swift lildg., Atlanta, Ga. Carefully avoid
any and all substitutes for S. S. S. There
Is nothing "Just as good."
ASTERS FOR SALE
Long stem, 40 cents per dozen and
$3. per "hundred; short stem, 25 cents
per doz. and $2 per hundred, Heintz,
the Florist. Cash please. 7-4-5t
Nancy. Halls at $1 per thousand
can bo .bought from Fred M. Pres Preston,
ton, Preston, 'PInecastle, Fla.
HOUSES FOR. RENT
Apply to S. H. CHRISTIAN, cor corner
ner corner of Osceola and Washington
We can repair your oia Furniture,
make those old discarded pieces look
good and give a let more service and
tho price will be reasonable. E. C.
Jordan & Co. 7-6-tf
nTfriBrHtTiiiifVfflfrriiw wtwiuv r
Evesitaally Yoi'll 'Buy .a x
. WHY NOT NOW? : 1
Not because it is cheaper but because
it is BETTER and more economical ; will
stand more rough usage, will go and
COME BACK where many other cars will
NOT. Lighter on tires, mpre economical
on upkeep, gas and oil. than any automo automobile
bile automobile in the world. 1
ROADSTER. $500; 5-PASSENGER. $550.00.
F. O B DETROIT. FULLY EQUIPPED.
EBWAKP THJCKEK, Agent
when you buy a
Refes in gton Typewriter
It iz net a question of your judp;msnt only, or
cf oura; when you buy a Remington you are
backed by die judgment of over three-quarters of
a million Remington users. There is no other army
of typewriter users like it. The collective voice of
the typewriter using world says "Remington."
You are backed in ycur judgment by Remington
sales of a machine c minute the high water mark
of typewriter, productionunancwcrable evidence
of Remington progress and Remington leader leadership.
ship. leadership. .
i When you buy a Remington you know what
ou are getting.
Writ So us for cur Icttst illustrated loalltt describiu all
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220 .W. BAY ST
OCALA PUBLIC UBRARY
Open dally except Sunday from 3
to 5 p. m. Board of Trade rooms,
Ocala House bloc::.
Louise E. Gamsby, Librarian.
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye.
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office, Law
Library Building:, Ocala. Adv.
When cleaning out your trunks
and chiffonier drawers, packing away
clothes lor a trip or for the summer,
save the dean cotton rags and bring
them to the Star ofSce and turn them
fnto cash, -whether you have five or
a hundred pounds. tt
i rr. i "i ii ji.-ifViriit- tj'i-n-g, inj-mriiifn' ill
IHE OCALA EVENING SXA II, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1914
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for
Y. W. C. A. building
at Brenau College,
Ga., as; a memorial to
Mrs. S. J. Simmons, a correspondent
to the Asbevilie Citizen refers to the
beautiful character of the deceased
as follows, which we reprint, as u'
number of .our readers were puilfs
and admirers of the greatly beloved
As Mrs. Simmons
most enthusiastic helpers off the
Young Women's Christian
iion, one to whom they
any time with a request for assi st stance
ance stance with the knowledge thlt any
needed help would :be cheerfully, giv
en, it is particularly approprmeTXHrttTTirtivF
that the memorial which; it is
signed to erect at Brenau shall take
the form of a building for this great
and useful organization. 'It is tTue
that Mrs. Simmons -was the South's
best known teacher of music, yet
those who knew her most Intimately
understood that 'the cause nearest to
her heart was not the diffusion of
musical culture (deep as was her in interest
terest interest in that) but the development
of Christian character, and the ad advancement
vancement advancement of Christ's kingdom both
at home anil abroad. She had often
said that but for family ties she
would be a missionary in the foreign
field.. But dearer than all else to
her was the development of true
.spirituality and Christian service
-among the young women of Brenau
College, and one of the things that
she especially desired was that 'B re reman
man reman should have an adequate build building
ing building as a home for the Young. Wom Women's
en's Women's Christian Association. The
friends and admirers of Mrs. Sim Simmons
mons Simmons far and .wide are interested in
the erection of such a building as a;,
permanent memorial to her, and
plans have just taken definite shape
looking to this end. It is contem-
plated that a building to cost $ 2 5
-'COO or more shall be erected, and an
architect has been asked to make
rJChe plans." 4
Dr. W. J. Buck and bride of
Gainesville are at the Harringtonon
.heir wedding trip. They were mar married
ried married In Gainesville this omrning and
came over in their car. 'Mrs. Buck
was Miss Catherine Hampton, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. W. W. Hampton, and the
; young couple have many friends in
s : v.' .- :
i,f ' : ....
A letter just received from Mrs.
Ed. Carmichael says she had a very
pleasant sea voyage and is now at
Stamford, Conn., where she is being
delightfully entertained by Mr. and
airs. Elmer DeCamp.
U. D. C. Meeting A
The U. D. C; will meet Friday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of
'Mrs. E. L. Colby on Oklawaha ave avenue.
(Miss Annie Davis will be hostess hostess-to
to hostess-to the young ladies' auction club Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock, j
-Mrs. 'E. T. Helvenston and two
children left today 'for Caesar's 'Head,
S. C, to remain until the last" of
September En route they will be
guests of relatives for a 'few days in
Greenville, S. C. Mr. 'Helvenston ex expects
pects expects to make a brief visit to his
family in September, when he goes
to !New York to purchase his fall
and winter stock of goods.
Mr. I. V. Stevens of Lakeland
spent last night with Mrs. Stevens
and daughter at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. B. A. Weathers.
Messrs. 'Landis Blitch and Koland
Wilkinson were guests last night at
the home of Capt. and Mrs. S. R.
'Miss Hanney Ellis is the guest for
tho remainder of the week, of Miss
Elizabeth Davis at Lake Weir, hav having
ing having accompanied her home this af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. .'f
Mrs. J. J. Gerig, little Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Gerig and- their house guests,
Mrs. Henry Bennett and two children
, of Williamsburg, Va., are at' the
4 CJerig cotage on Lake Weir for a
Mrs. C. tEl. Tydings and son, Mr.
. Robert Tydings, expect to leave this
afternoon at 3 o'clock for Daytona
;Beacth to spend a fortnight.
ii... i I f jr tn i ), ,T i m-i V
A nleasant informal event of last
evening was' Ja three table auction
iartv eriven hV Miss Kathleen Jack-
sson, who hal as her guests Misses
X&smie Davis Ophelia Sawtell. Kath
arine and Mildred Pyles Clara Johii
department call phoae:ULS)
sen, Margaret Jaqkson, .Mr. and Mrs.
3. K. Condon, 3Iesrs Fete Mcintosh),
Landis Blitch an Roland Wilkinson.
At the conclusion of the games the
nostess serv.ei a saiaa course.
suburban home of their parents, Col.
and Mrs. K. L. Anderson, Messrs.
Robert- and Leslie Anderson enter entertained
tained entertained thirty friends last evening at
an impr4intu dancein honor of
their college mate.!ir. Arthur Mc McCain,
Cain, McCain, of Joesbopo; Ark., who has
been tneirguot for several weeks,
having acc4rifpanied Mr. ILeslie An Anderson
derson Anderson home from Washington and
Dee University, Virginia.
- TStrsic -was played on the
piano player and the young
found the north veranda
terrace, 'both commanding a
riificent vie wof the spacious and
picturesque grounds, an ideal place
to enjoy dancing to' the utmojst. The
environments .were so alluripg that
the guests Were prone even o leave
at 1:30 o'clock, when adieus were
reluctantly said. Adding to the
pleasures of the occasion- Were sev several
eral several splos bMIss Sara Alt Mr. Ed Edwin'
win' Edwin' Swain and Mr. C. L.Anderson.
Between dances ice oId punch
was served, and later iyt the evening
ice cream and cake was relished by
the (merry dancers. ;
' Mr. McCain accompanied by tho
Messrs. Anderson, left this afternoon
for Tampa for a brief visit hefore
returning home. During his stay in
the city; 4lr. McCain has made a
large number of friends who greatly
regret his departure and who hope
that he will again in "the near future
be a guest at "Marowood."
The Messrs. Andersons' sruests hrsfTlWVX i o lUU-hp. X
hwThrgsJncluded Misses Mary Bur-
ford, iSara All, iBlair Woodrow, Car Caroline
oline Caroline HarriwSvEthel Haycraft, Janet
WTeathers, vPatsX Morris, Virginia
Sistrunk, Ruby IGissendaner, Leon-4
tine Ramsaur, Mrs. R. A. Burford,
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Anderson,
Messrs 'McCain, Swain, Pat Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, Clare nc&ggftT" Albert Har-
riss, Clarence and Olaf Zewadski,
Earl Hall,. Wiley Burford, Norton
Davis, 'William Bullock, Paul Weath
ers and 'Dr. M. C. Izlar.
Mrs. James Watt ''Perry of Stanton,
accompanied by her daug'hter, Zelda,
returned home yesterday afternoon,
after several days visit to Ocala rela
tives. t '
Following are some notes on Mr
Swain's talent compiled from the
"In speaking of his work the New
York Times says: 'Mr. Swain has a
voice that is very rare and the fin finished
ished finished skill with which he handles it
makes it a joy to listen to his sing singing.
ing. singing. Particularly brilliant -was his
singing of "Abendstern" (Evening
Star) 'from the opera Thanhouser, in
:which his phrasing was rather re remarkable
markable remarkable because as. a rule this
beautiful aria is spoiled by the con con-stant
stant con-stant chopping off of tones to take
breath. But Mr... Swain employed
a smooth legato style that made an
evenness or tone rarely neara m
this 'beautiful operatic 'aria."
The Brooklyn Eagle "has this to
say of this singer after a notable ap
pearance at the Opera House in a
special concert by the famous Appol-
lo Club, which Mr. 'Dudley 'Buck or
ganized and conducted for over thir
ty years.: "Mr. Swain -was the ar
tist of the evening; and his beauti beautiful
ful beautiful voice carried far into the hearts
of the vast audience that completely
filled the 'large auditorium, even to
standing room. The finished artis
try he employed in his renditions
sealed for him their unreserved ap
probation and it is sincerely hoped
that the Appollo Club wil have this
sweet singer- again 'for he is a most
gratifying performer. In his rendi
tion of Dio Passenti. from Faust, he
carried the house hy storm and had
to repeat this wonderful aria of
Gounod's before his hearers would
Press notices from all over the
United States and Canada bespeak
the popular favor of Mr. Swain as
an artistic vocal performer, and the
glowing accounts speak very loud in
his praise and confirm his right to
the high position he holds in the
musical world today.
Let us exchange Refrigerators?
r cam we fix the old one for you?
Ve can stop the leaks and make it
lpok as good as new. E. C. Jordan
(Continued from Page Two)
plant must have cost not les3
than $25,000.00 when it was new.
A charge of 12 pr cent, of this
amount or $3,000.00 annually should
be made annually to cover interest
depreciation. Dividing this charge
of $3,000.00 by the number of k w
h's produced in a year; 510,000,
makes a charge of .00588 per k. w. h.
for interest and depreciation. This
added to the cost of generating,
.02614, makes a total cost of produc producing
ing producing eleetricty on our present plant
- amount to .03202, that is about 3 1-5
tents per k w h.
i With reference to the probable
cbst at which the city might produce
electric current on a new and up to
dale plant, we heg to submit here herewith
with herewith proposition made by the Snow
Steam Pump Works.
Ocala, Fla., June 27, 1914.
ter and Light Committee, City of
Gentlemen: We beg to submit
the following data, covering a crude
oil installation for your light and
Approximate Estimate Cost of Equip Equipment
ment Equipment ;
3 224-hp. 2-cycle engines $31,200.00
3 150-kw. generators. .
F'ndations $10 cu. yd.
Freight on equipment...
Switchboard installed .
Building .... .,
Erector and common labr.
Unloading and hauling.
Piping . .
Air starting compressor.
your re re-figure
figure re-figure the
Taking readings from
cording watt meter we
present output at 2850 kw. hdurs per
day. This total output is made up
8 am. to 6 pm. 10 hrsxl24 kw. 1250
6 pm. to 10 pm. 4 hrsx 200 kw
10 pm. to 12 m.
12 m. to 8- am.
Kwr. hours per day. 3600
1400 G.P.M. x 60 xlO S40.000
of water per day.
Cost of Operation
Assume average fuel consumption
.55 lbs. per hp. hour. .55x1.34
(.89) .825 lbs. per kw. hour at
3600x365x.825x$.p25 (7.93-Jbs per
gal.) $3417 cost of fuel per year.
Two men $100 per month
$2400 per year; two men $50 per
month ;$ 1200 per year. Total,
Assume 8 depreciation on en engines
gines engines (12. S years) ; 6 depreciation
on electrical equipment; 5 depre depreciation
ciation depreciation on buildings and foundations.
Engs. instld $34,100.00r.08 $2728
Elec. eqpmt '$10,500.00x.06 630
Bids & fndtns $4;600.00x.05 230
Summary of. Approximate Cost of
Int. 6 on $49,200.00 $ 2952.00
Fuel 2c. per gal.
Labor . . .........
Oil waste and supplies.
3600 kw. hrs. per dayx36o days
1,314,000 kw. hrs. per year.
i$il5,433.00 divided l,3il4,000
$.011745 per kw.
It is only reasonable to anticipate
an Increase of 50 in power con consumption
sumption consumption as soon as the new equip equipment
ment equipment is installed and ready for ser service.
vice. service. Under a 50 increase in load
the cost per kw. hour of producing
current will he materially reduced.
Present consumption -kw.
hours per year ....... 1,314,000
50 increase ... ...... 657,000
fuel cost 1,709.00
$17,142.00 divided by 1,971,000
The above figures based on the
installation of three duplicate units,
siz'225-hp. or 150-kw. If you wish
to substitute one 350-kw. unit in
piace or xne iou units tne cost per
kw. would be increased on the fol following
lowing following basis:
Additional investment. .$13,000.00
We trust that the above informa information
tion information will convince you that the
crude oil engine is the type of equip
ment best adapted for your service.
Infants, . $1 and $1.23
Childs .$1.00 and $1.50
Misses ..$1.50 and $2
to Fsiteett (Emuni Metlsill "'ami Tam
If there is any further information
you. desire on an equipment of 'this
type we trust you will not hesitate
to call on us. Edward Staurnnan,
The Snow Steam Pump "Works.
This ipropositlon contemplates pro
ducing electricity with an oil engine,
commonly known as a Diessel, and
the plant is designed of sufficient
size to pump all the water with elec
tricity. The Snow Steam Pump
Works shows in this report that on a
plant composed of three 150-kw.
units it can produce electricity at
.011745 per kw. ihour and that on a
plant composed of two 150-h. -w. h.
units and one 350 unit the cost
would be .013625 per k. w. h. -How
ever, we beg to call your attention to
the fact that this price is based on
the production of 1,314,000 k. w.
hours per year. In taking his figures
from recording watt meter their rep
resentative has evidently overesti
mated the load we are now carrying.
Our records show that our annual
output has never exceeded 350,000
k. w. hours. Now supposing the
plant, as designed by the Snow Steam
Pump Works, produced only 600,000
k. w. hours that we could sell instead
of 1,314,000, it -would cost just -as
much to generate. 600,000 k. w,
hours as 1,314,000 k. w. hours in
each and every item excepting cost
of fuel. There would be a saving of
55 in the amount of fuel consum
ed. According to their figures it
would cost $15,433 to produce 1, 1,-314,000
314,000 1,-314,000 k. w. hours. From this we
would have to deduct a saving of
55 of the fuel cost, $3,417 or
$1879.35. This would give us $13, -553.65
as the total cost of produc-
ing600,000 k. w. hours, or a cost of
.0226 as the cost per k. w. hour. If
this same plant produced 600,000 k,
w. hours there would be a saving of
40 in fuel, or $1,366.80. This de deducted
ducted deducted from $15,433.00, the cost to
produce 1,314,000 k. w. hours,
would leave $14,066.20 the cost of
producing 800,000 k. w. hours, or a
cost of .$1758 per k. w. hour.
We are under obligations to Mr.
W. H. Tucker, superintendent of the
electric department of the city of
Jacksonville, for spending a day
with Us and giving us a great deal of
useful information. Mr. Tucker ad advises
vises advises installing a steam turbine plant
and locating same at Silver Springs
so that it could be run condensing,
which he claims would save about
one-third of fuel cost. Such a plant,
Mr. Tucker claims, would cost about
$75,000.00. 'Mr. Tucker claims that
Infants, .. .."..$1 and $1.25
Childs. ... $1.25 and $1.50
Misses . . .$1.50 and $2
and Children's in Turn Sole
v y 1,
in Turn and Welt Sole
For CMdSFee &effl' RHIsses
on such a plant electricity could be
generated for .0086 per K W II. on
a 43 per cent, load factor. .Figuring
the interest on such a plant at 5 per
cent, and the depreciation at 6 Vz
per cent, this would amount to.$87
625.00 per'year to be charged ofTfoT
Interest and depreciation. This This-would
would This-would amount to .0 1 per K W II on
on output of 862,000 k. :w. hourSTlfl
other words, the total cost including
Interest and depreciation would be
.0186 on a' 43 per cent, load factor.
However, our load factor on our old
plant has never been over 35 per
cent, and in the beginning the load
factor on the new plant" -would prob probably
ably probably be less than 20 per cent. -and
this would make the cost of pro producing
ducing producing electricity on such a plant as
Mr. Tucker refers to cost prdbably
2c. or 2c.ln the hegInning,or,
until the load factor worked up to
around 40. i
Perhaps the most reliable, and
certainly the most detailed informal
tion" has been furnished us hy En Engineer
gineer Engineer Twombly. Mr. Twombly ivas
employed by the former council and ;
has designed a very complete com combined
bined combined water and electric plant. Mr;
Twombly, (before ; designing this
plant, carefully, considered every
form of steam engine, steam turbine,
and oil engine, and the plant he has
designed, is, in his opinion, the most
economic plant for the needs of this
city. On account of the fact that it
Is not only an electric plant, but is
designed to be a combined electric
and water plant, and,' therefore,
ought to he exceedingly economical
for this very reason. According to
the statements furnished us by Mr.
Twombly, the capacity ot the plant
designed by him is 500 k. w. hours.
Ihiring the nineteen months preced preceding
ing preceding April, 1914, our average load
factor was 62.86 k. w. h. or 550,000
k. w. hours per year. To produce
this amount of electricity on the
plant designed hy Mr. Twombly
would cost .027 pec k. w.. h. If the
load increased to 600,000 k. w. hours
per year, the cost would be,.025 per
k. w. h. If the load increased to
876,000 the cost would be .0197 If
it increased to 1,200,000 the cost
would decline to ,0155.
We beg to call your attention to
the fact that the cost at which elec electric
tric electric current can be produced seems
to depend very 'largely on the aver average
age average load factor. On the old plant as
we are operating it now the average
load factor for the nineteen months
preceding April, 1914 was a little
; Gun Metal
. . .$1 and $1,25
$1.25 and $1.50
$1.50 and $2.50
oyer 31, that is 31.43, whereas, j
if we should make our current from j
a new plant with a 500-k. w. hour j
capacity, and, assuming that we -used
"tbie same amount of current as indi-
cated' above, our average load lac-
tor would drop from 31 on the -oil
plant ? to 12 on the no plan j
and It is not likely that our load fac-
tor would increase to over 15 or
20 during the first three cr four j
- As intimated above, we find a ten-
dency among engineers and manu-
facturers of -machinery to arrive at l
iheir,cost when machinery is opera t-
ing under favorable conditions and a
good load factor, and, this makes It
very difficult for us to say just how j
cheap we would hope to produce
electricity on a new and up to data
.With reference to cost at which we.
can purchase electricity from private
parties delivered at the switchboard
of the city's plant, we beg to advise
that we first advertised asking pros prospective
pective prospective hldders to signify their .inten .intention
tion .intention of bidding. We received two re replies
plies replies to this advertisement, one from
the Ocala iManufacturlng Co., one
from the Florida Power Company,
hoth signifying their Intention of
bidding. Your committee then pre-
pared specifications for this prospec prospective
tive prospective bid and this brought forth three
replies. One proposition from Mr. J.
M. Meffert, one proposition from the
Ocala Manufacturing Co., and a let letter
ter letter from the Florida Power Co.,
which you 'Will find attached to this
report. ?None of these parties bid in
accordance with the specifications
prepared by your committee, conse consequently
quently consequently "we could, not consider any
of the propositions as a hid.
CAs the bids have all been pub published
lished published in both reports, they arc
omitted from this report.)
With reference to the proposition
of Mr. J. M. Meffert, we do not
think that your honorable body
would care to consider this proposi-
tion, because, it would be necessary
to give Mr. Meffert a franchise to
distribute electricity over all the
streets of the city and would entire entirely
ly entirely eliminate the city in the distribu distribution
tion distribution of electricity for light and pow power.
er. power. J Besides, if the city can purchase
electricity from private parties at 2c.
per k. w. h. delivered at the switch switchboard
board switchboard and distribute same at the
present rates, we believe this would
result In a profit to the city over and
fit (Continued .oa-Pa Ilvo)
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. 1914
WHEN YOU USE OCR IIARD WARE ONCE YOU WILL
COME BACK AGAIN FOR THE SAME SORT OF STUFF.
THERE IS "STYLE"
AND THE "PRICE"
IN OUR BUILDERS' HARDWARE ALSO.
IS AS LOW AS GOOD STUFF CAN BE
REMEMBER, OUR HARDWARE STANDS II AR WEAR.
Pitoite 118, 'Ocala. Fla.
WS iYJT WATCHES AND B YE
GLASSES AND sell new ones
' WE WANT TO DO YOUR REPAIR WORK ON W ITCHES,
JE WELR Y AND E YEGLA $SES FOR THE GREA T BIG REASON
THAT WE'VE GOT THE MATERIAL AND KNOW HOW TO DO IT
RIGHT AND THE PRICE WILL BE REASONABLE. IT WILL PAY
YOU TO COME TO US I FOk THE SATISFACTION OUR WORK
WILL GIVE YOU. H "
WE CARR Y A FULL LINE OF JE WELRY, SIL VER WEAR AND
O YTICAl GOODS AND WILIS BE PLADSED TO GREE T YO U IN
SUR STORE. 1 1
A. E. BURNETT,
The Reliable Jeweler, 3Ierchants Block, Ocala, Fla.
(Continued from Fourth Page)
at)ove Mr. Meffert's proposition of
not less than $6,000 per year.
With reference to the proposition
of the Ocala Manufacturing Co.. you
will note, providing the peoinatins
are made satisfactory to the Ocala
Manufacturing Co. that it intimates
it will furnish electricity to the city
at 2c. per k. w. h. up to 35,000 k. w.
hours per calendar month, and for
l c. per k. w. h. for all current used
in excess of 35,000 k. w. hours per
The Florida Power Co. intimates,
providing the specifications are made
satisfactory, it will -make a price of
2c. per k. w. h. for current delivered
at the city's switchboard.
Judging from these two proposi propositions,
tions, propositions, therefore, we believe the city
trould count on purchasing power .at
from lc. to 2c. per k. w. h, deliv deliv-ered
ered deliv-ered at the switchboard.
As a result of our investigations
we have come to the following, con conclusion:
clusion: conclusion: .-
1. That electric current is cost
ing the city about 3 l-5c. per k. w. h.
delivered at the switchboard.
2. That with an oil engine the
city could probably produce electric
ity at a cost, including interest and
depreciation, -of 1 c. to '2. Vzc. per
k. -w. h., depending on the average
3. That on a steam plant the
city could probably hope to produce
electricity at a cost. of from l.c to
2?ic, also depending on the load
4. That if the city builds a plant
it ought not to have ?a capacity of
less than 500 k. w. hours and that
whether such a plant was a steam
plant or one operated by an oil en engine,
gine, engine, the cost of producing same dur during
ing during the first three years, or, until
such time that the city could sell
more than 800,000 k. w. hours .per
year and the load factor went up to
about 20, ..would be from 2c. to
'2c. per k. -w. h.
5. That the city can probably ar arrange
range arrange to "buy power from private
parties delivered at the switchboard
for at from l c. to 2c. per k. w. h..
Your resolution did not request
the water works was at a standstill.
Adjourned for One Week
. After some discussion, the council
adjourned till next Tuesday night,
July 14 th, at which time the elec electric
tric electric light matter will be made a spe special
cial special order of the evening and noth nothing
ing nothing else will be handled.
Quite a -good many citizens were
present last night, among them
Messrs. J. M. Meffert and J. H. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, and a number of questions were
asked and answered by the commit committee,
tee, committee, the other members of the coun council,
cil, council, Mr. Meggs and citizens.
The councilmen will be very glad
to have any citizens present at this
meeting to hear what is said and
done, as they are trying their best
to arrive at the most advisable solu-
tion of the -most difficult and per-:
plexing -question that has confronted
a city council in many years.
ON THURSDAY NIGHT
Our Citizens Will have Their Favorite
Summer Recreation Tomorrow
The, band will give a concert from
the bandstand oh the public square
at the regular hour tomorrow even evening.
ing. evening. The Star will give the pro program
gram program tomorrow, and hopes at least a
thousand people will he out to hear
OCALA HOUSE if
WING to the great demand for rooms, we
have opened the house for the accomodation
of the public. The remodeling of the house
has not been completed, and the formal opening
will not take place nor will all rooms be ready be before
fore before September 15th. However we have ample
first class rooms, with every modern convenience,
for all who may apply. No flies, no dirt, airy and
We are spending $15,000.00 on and in the Ocala
House, and no hotel in the state will be better
equipped tocare for the trayeling public, and at
TWO GA3IES WITH
THE RIVERSIDE TEA3I
The Ocala (baseball fans are look-
forward with great interest to
the games tomorrow and next day
with the Riverside team of Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. The Riversides are fine players,
but, our boys will be ready for them;
and they may be sure that they will
see a couple" of games that will be
'asgood as "any that have erer been
played in the city. .'"."
who owns the dwelling 7th e business property that stands
In your name?
of course you think that you do; but are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership in land.
in the beginnig of civilization no manl owned any definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plcnti-
ui for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu-
lar spot. f
0m FEIAiOWS IXSTAILED
THEJR XEW' OFFICERS
At their meeting Tuesday evenin
the members of Tulula Lodge Xo.
22, I. O. O. F., installed officers for
the ensuing term. There was a good
attendance, and all the members
this committee to make any specific i
recommendation; but, simply to in- took deep -interest in
vestigate cost and to report, which ings-
I The installation was conducted "by
we have dene
0 p po rtuni ty, h o weve r,
or any oth
jnsu have oj
i l l columns ft?
I III to bring
I for the
1 1 Hi I morning.
ilerk. Telephone Operator,
r female member of your
decides to leave Saturday;
ly to use the Female Help
"Situation Wanted Female"
position bright and early the next
YciirAd. in the STAR ii you want RESULTS
"We beg to take this
upon you the fact that both the ? ?-trie
trie ?-trie light plant and the water plsiit
are tfot only loaded to their full ca capacity,
pacity, capacity, but, are really greatly over overloaded,
loaded, overloaded, it is absolutely necessary
that the city :bnild a new water
works at once.
It is also" absolutely necessary
that the city either increase its
present electric light plant,, build, a
new one, or purchase power, and it
is necessary to take some action in
the matter promptly.
We respectfully request, there therefore,
fore, therefore, that your honorable body de decide
cide decide whether you -want your, com committee
mittee committee to increase the capacity of the
old electric" 'light plant or build a
new municipal plant, or enter into a
contract with private parties to pur purchase
chase purchase electricity.
We respectfully urge prompt ac action
tion action in this matter.
M. J. Roess, Chairman.
W. J. Knight.
H. A. 'Fausett.
3Ir. Meggs, an expert from the fac factory
tory factory of the Deissel Oil. Engine Co.,
was present and gave the council a
talk on the merits of different kinds
of plants f or producing current, on
making their own. and buying from
outside parties, relative advantage of
each and probable cost, etc. Mr.
Meggs said he was unqualifiedly in
favor of municipal ownership, when
asked by Mr. (Robinson. He said
more municipalities -were losing than
gaining on the operation of the'r
plants. He said if we could obtain
current at lc. or even 2c. at the
switchDoard, and sell it as at present
for 6 cents, we would make a wnole
lot more money out of the transac
tion than the people who were sup
plying the current. Mr. :Meggs said
he had read the propositions made
the council to supply current at the
switchboard at 2 cents from one
plant located 40 miles distant, -which
would be compelled to construct a
line of that length. Another propo proposition
sition proposition was from a local firm, at lc.(
which was so situated that by use .of
its ?i men, power and fuel, which latter
they had in ahundance, he thought
could make a 'living 'profit and carry
out such a contract.
He said two small or one large J
machine would cost us about $75,-
000 installed, and the interest and
depreciation -would be about $20 per
day, giving a good margin of profit,
with our present income of $96 per
day, when other expenses were tak taken
en taken out.
In the matter of the $55,000 water
works bonds that were never used,
the clerk stated that the mayor had
not yet signed the bonds and the
Mr. M. M. iLittle, grand master of the
Florida Odd Fellows, and most of
the veteran members of the lodge
Avere present and aided in the work.
The new officers are as follows:
Past Grand H. D. Stokes.
'Xoble Grand J. H. Benjamin.
Vice Grand J. D. 'Wilkes.
Secretary W. L. Colbert.
Treasurer Geo. L. Taylor.
Warden- L. E. Yonce.
Gonductor L. F. Ballard.
Chaplain M. M. Little.
Jnside Guard A. Slott.
Outside Guard T." C. Clayton.
R. S. S. I. I. Strong.
L. S. S. W. O. Chambliss.
jRight Supporter N. G. Jake
Xieft Supporter X., G. Jos: W.
Right -Supporter V. G. P. V.
Left Supporter. V. G. W. C. Blan Blan-chard.
chard. Blan-chard. After a number of good talks for
"the good of the order," the lodge
adjourned to Kreger's refreshment
parlor, and partook of ice cream in
various seductive guises before dis dispersing
persing dispersing to. go home.
florida title and abstract corporation
IXSTAULE D THEIR OFFICERS
At a well attended meeting Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening, the Pythian Sisters in installed
stalled installed their officers for the next
term. The impressive ceremony was
carried out in a manner that showed
the members have attained' much
proficiency in the tew months their
lodge lias existed.
After the meeting was over, a de delicious
licious delicious refreshment course of cream
and cake was served, and with music
and conversation, a most delightful
'hour was spent.
The officers installed were as fol follows:
lows: follows: Emma C. Burnett, P. C.
Fannie F. Anthony, E. C.
Sarah C. Blitch, E. S.
Lula Connor, E. J.
Mary L. Bridges, manager.
Kate B. Howell, M. R. C.
:Mildred E. Goddard, M. of F."
Leila Tompkins, protector.
Essie Spencer, O. G.
If you are thinking of having you house
PAINTED OR PAPERED or any INTERIOR
DECORATING done be sure to see us before
letting your work out. We use nothing but first
class material and have had
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Weguarantee to give entire j satisfaction.
Our motto Is ."Live and Let Live.1'
S. J. Cloplia & Walter T qj0
P.'.O. BOX 423 OCxlJLA, FLA.
YOU'LL CAPTIVATE HER I
if you make us your Tailors. We
will make -you charmingly present presentable
able presentable in your outward appearance.
As. stylish Tailors we easily1 take the
lead in this vicinity. The best ma materials,
terials, materials, choicest, patterns, sure fit,
stylish cut, and careful finishing
make the men who wear our Suits
the envied among their fellows.
And they are generally first favor favored
ed favored with the ladies, too.
TODD c2i CORMP
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
' Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. Q. O. M
jieets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
Visiting brethren always welcoma to
the lodge and club house, on Magnolia-
street near postofflce.
J. D. Rooney, dictator.
J. E. Gates, Secretary. ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
The worthy matron of Ocala Chap Chapter
ter Chapter No. 2D, O. E. S., requests all of of-ficers
ficers of-ficers and members to be present
Thursday night for the business
meeting. Also initiation, and refreshments.
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear. Nose and Throat. Office. Law
Library Building. Ocala. Adv.
Iclver & .MaeKay
OfiDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
fiac CasS;c!s and Burial Robes
0. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
r uneral Directors
1I Work Done by'. Licensed. 2m 2m-balmers
balmers 2m-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
IT MAKES NO DIFFEREXCE
wnat Ready-Mixed Paint you buy or or-at
at or-at what price; you pay for the Lin Linseed
seed Linseed Oil It contains at paint price
and have to guess whether it Is Pure
or Adulterated. When you 'use
C5) Xnt T!
J. E. McTVEB. . . ...
0. V. ROBERTS ....
Undertaking OCce . .
the condition changes, since 2-4-1 is
all paint and i3 made to stand the ad addition
dition addition of one gallon or more of Pure
! Linseed Oil which YOU BUY YOUR
SELF at oil prire the result is two
gallons Pure Linseed Oil Paint and
in addition, a saving to you of about
one dollar on the transaction. 2
HOW DO YOU LIKE THE IDEA?
"If it Isn't an Eastman It lsn'a a
kodak. Gerlg's Drug Storey
IUE OCAU KVEMNO STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. 1014
OXN&S i OF : THE -VAN LOONS
iVrti AB& OKIE. OF
PA. VYE ARE 40ttfC
TO CHURCH 3lNCV;
fOU ARE: CfoJWC WITH
'TSt WE'VE. SEEM N-
wEctimC ova swrvAi
WELFARG TOO LON(
fJnA AMft TUER6. IS i
COIN CJ TO B EL j f ?
sur my dear o5c
TO CHWCH ISN T THE.
ONLH THIN; A PERSON
CAN PO POR HIS SPI
TO UVE URftlCHTXV
KlN AND CHARI
TABLE TO OTHERS,
.THAT MV WAY
VOO ARE. ONE. OF
THOSE. 1 1 OUnv.
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MINISTER IS !.y
I TO BE NBLE-t-,
l PONT NOTICt:YH SJyyiSf V 2 jfflfejCU
Father7s Idea About Clmrcligoing
HERO. ME. I Si v
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( MINK I Cam7 X
A Noveiization of
Alice Bradley's Play
L3tjm. I L.J
-Hy Gertrude StebensQn
Illustrations From Photographs of
the Stage Production
Copyright, S13. (I'ttblicatlon lligbtc Reserved)
by Lot.? l& BeiABco
ir you iree. Tnere vias none or the
enthusiasm that might have been In
Mary's voice If he had come earlier
in the day. She was formally, pains painstakingly
takingly painstakingly polite. "You can talk over
your business while we eat."
Slade watched his wife from under
lowered lids as he ate. He feared
that Mary .knew everything. This
calm, constrained ; atmosphere was
more baffling than an emotional out outburst
burst outburst would have been. r
"Why did you come, Dan ?" Mary
was rather enjoying his discomfiture.
"Oh, yes, I I'll take my coffee now,
if I may, good and, strong."
Mary dropped In two lumps and
the right amount of cream, more
from long habit than any desire to
Orange Springs, July 1,- ;Mrs. R.
J. Wimberly left yesterday for a
visit to Ocala to consult Dr. Chace.
She will extend her visit to Okla-
waha and spend some time with rel relatives
atives relatives there. Also to meet her
brother, Mr. Thomas 3IcGahagin,
who leaves shortly for Michigan.
Mr. Lewis Benson and son, Master
laxence, left last week for Xew
York, the former to visit her sister,
the latter to remain, and attend high
The new school house has been
finished several weeks and Mr. Ben-
I came out here to Do you know jSOn is still waiting for the board to
Before Bob could open the door It
was pushed In frpm the outside, and
as Katherine looked up, she looked
straight Into thfe eyes of Dan Slade.
For a moment the room was electric
withthe intensity of the situation.
Then the girl lifted her head proudly
and met Slade's eyes again. In them
he saw a light he had never seen
there before, a light of soft tender-
ness and deep joy, a look that made
his heart start as he realized what he
"Good morning, Mr. Slade," she
said coldly las Bob led her out into
the summer sunshine and to life and
As Slade, hat in hand, stood gazing
at his wife, Mary realized that for
the first time in all their married life
she had the advantage. For once the
roles of the humble and the domi domineering
neering domineering were reversed. There was a
long pause, awkward only for Slade.
for Mary 7was quite at ease. He
coughed several times, and then, in
a manner he thought quite appropri appropriate,
ate, appropriate, asked:
"What did that girl come here for
"Oh forgotten her name?" came
from Mary, mockingly. "Miss Strick Strickland
land Strickland came Just for a visit.",
"Well, what did she want?" Slade
"She came to find out what I meant
to do." There was;a world of irony
in Mary's tone.
"What has that got to do with her?
I don't approve of a woman coming
Into my house to find out what you
1 don't like it! It's a bit of impu impudence.
dence. impudence. What else did slie have- to
say? Did she er
"She's not a very confidential girl,"
returned Mary, evasively.
"I see. So she and Robert have
I rather like my dinner at noon hour, insi)Ct and approve of
like we used .to have it here. Aren't I It is said that Miss E
"Oh, yes, I'll eat," replied Mary,
"but you haven't told me why you
came out." ; ': :; ,'
- VI came out here today to remon remonstrate
strate remonstrate with you for living in this
house," Slade blurted out, after a
pause, "but I've sort of changed
my mind," and he reached for" pie
pickle jar. "These pickles fairly
make my mouth water. They're very
good," he went on, appreciatively.
"Well, what's changed you?" Mary
refused to be diverted by the subject
of dinner at noon or the all-important
matter of pickles.
"You know I'm kind of glad to see
the place again, and you know, I
like this stew," and he proceeded to
busy; himself with the matter of eat eatinganything
inganything eatinganything to gain time under
Mary's merciless, persistent question questioning.
ing. questioning. ': :T":.'''' ::
"Have a biscuit," suggested Mary,
"and tell me why you came out
here." .::V )
Slade looked longingly toward the
window, as if he expected to find an
inspiration for a suitable answer j
who assisted in the 'Fort McCoy
school last term, will teach the Or Orange
ange Orange Springs school this term.
Notwithstanding the showers, the
fourth of July picnic was fine. There
was a bountiful dinner and a good-
sized crowd to enjoy it;
There were two ball games be between
tween between the Johnson team and the
Orange' Springs nine. In the fore forenoon
noon forenoon our boys won the game by two.
The afternoon game was the most
exciting of all the gUmes played this
season. The Johnson boys came out
one run ahead of the home 'boys.
They played a fine game. Mr. A. L.
WTim'berly umpired the games and
much praise was given him for the
impartial way he made his decisions.
The Orange Springs boys took the
visiting boys to the ice cream stand
and treated them to ice cream most
Mr. W. H.; Wimberly vand iMrT
Chester Livingston of Jacksonville,
came out to spend the fourth with
I! joS wish to go away tor the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland i-iouse at Monteagie,
Tenn. Rates, ?7 to $10 per week.
Two months' Chautauqua, from July
1st to August 31st, which Is a fine
entertainment. Monteagie is on the
top of the Cumberland mountain,!
over 2,000 feet above rea level. The The-finest
finest The-finest mineral water, most elegant!
scenery east of the Rockies. Fori
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
there is np place like Monteagie in i
the South. Write at ence to" Mrs.
E. W. Williams, Proprietress, the
Cumberland House, Monteagie, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. 6-13-tf
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lAV BEST STOCK
There's Nothing Better Than the Best
. 'And that's the reason why, r
- When for the best you are in quest,
Youll not pass by, bat will stop and buy
s -V" them here. .:,
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'Why, the old rosebush out there relatives and .attend, the picnic'
yet, holding the fort!" he exclaimed.
Slade considered this
rather a master stroke. By continu continuing
ing continuing such questions he might get at
the real state of affairs.
; "Well, well I'll have to do some something
thing something for them." Slade was pater paternally
nally paternally patronizing, but he did not de deceive
ceive deceive Mary.
"Your business out here today must
be very urgent. What is it?"
Slade tried frantically to find a rea reason
son reason for his visit. When he had left
town it was for the one reason of
trying to bully 'Mary into leaving the
cottage and agreeing to a divorce.
With the complexion of matters so
changed, he was at a complete loss
to explain Ms visit. He was Irri Irritated
tated Irritated and annoyed. He was not used
to having the tables so completely
turned on him. More than that,' the
little cottage never looked more in inviting.
viting. inviting. As a matter of fact, Slade
had often found the demands of his
new life considerable of a nuisance,
and as a whiff of the savory lamb
stew came to his nostrils, a memory
of the. peace and contentment of the
old life flashed through his mind.
Nothing at the club had been espe especially
cially especially tasty of late. More than that.
the drive down had given him an
"Cooking a stew, Mary?" he asked
rather abruptly and Inconsequen Inconsequentially.
tially. Inconsequentially. X
"Just one of my old stews," Mary's
voice was indifferent. She was thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly disgusted with her husband,
no that she knew just what he had
planned to do. Jealousy and out outraged
raged outraged pride were fn her heart. This
man, for whom she had worked and
whose very faults and fallings she
liad loved, had been deliberately
planning to thrust her aside for a
!. woman who had enjoyed only the
sweets of life, a woman whose youth
and beauty and social position put
Mary completely out of the contest.
The very thought was salt In her
wounded heart. 1
"171 stay, to dinner, if I may," an announced
nounced announced Slade, removing his gloves
end laying aside hia coat.
"Certa!nIy. Take yo.ur old chair.
"You Golw Warned Mary.
"I must have a look at it," and leav leaving
ing leaving his dinner, he went over to the
Mary hurriedly refilled his plate
with stew the moment his back was
turned. .. :: i 'r:r:' ; V
"1 declare!" He was still enthusing
over the rosebush. "Quite a bush!"
He was beginning to feel more at
ease. He had the satisfied feeling
that comes to every man when his
stomach Is full. He felt very benign
toward Mary, even toward Katherine
"I'll tell you what I am going to do,
Mary," he began. "You like this
house always ; did. Well, you can
stay here. I won't oppose it. There's
nothing In the world you want I
wouldn't give you nothing. Now,
what can I do for you? What can
Mary shook her head and laughed
"Why, Mary!" Slade was distressed
at having his patronizing advances
treated in such a manner.
"Oh, Dan, Dan Mary laughed,
mockingly, unable longer to conceal
her feelings. Slade realized in an in instant
stant instant that Mary knew everything.
"Well, I'll tell you one thing!" he
blurted out. "I never cared a button
for that girl if that's what you
mean! I swear T didn't!
Misses Mary and Ruth Ervin of
Ocala were pjeasant visitors attend attending
ing attending the picnic. The baseball, boys
here are very grateful to them for
the earnest Way they "rooted" for
them. ; " '.
Mr. and Mrs." O. E. Motes are
spending several days with relatives
at Sparr. ;."
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Broughton and
children of Edgar were visitors here
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hall and Mas Master
ter Master Hugh visited Palatka Saturday.
Mr. J. G. Apel came in on the
early' train from Palatka today.
Mr. A. H. Crosby is here as sec section
tion section foreman for a few days.
Mr. James Pyles of Ocala was
here yesterday in the interest of the
Jake Brown wholesale house. ;
Mr. Irvin Dewel, of Lake Butler,
Is a visitor at" the Townsend home.
The baseball team hero has ac accepted
cepted accepted a challenge to cross bats with
the team at Sparr. Tiie game will
be played on the Orange Springs diamond.
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E. E: Cross, who travels In Virgin Virginia
ia Virginia and other. Southern states, was
taken suddenly and severely 111 with
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thef. merchant recomemnded Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar Diar-roea
roea Diar-roea Remedy. Two doses of it cured
him. No one should leave home on
a journeyj without a bottle of s this
preparation. For. sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. '.. ... adv.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle1
drugstore. A cordial welcome to' vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. M. Gober C. C.
C has. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
Own your own nome oy Duylng a
modern bungalow on easy, terms of
the Ocala Lumber & Supply Com Company.
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Chocolate Molasses Peanut Buttei.
A new package and a good one, 40
cents per pound. Gerigs. 6-19-tf
Advertise in the STAR for results.
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by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies.. Deafness is, caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the. eustachian tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rum rumbling
bling rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deafness Is
the result, and unless the inflamatlon
can be taken out and thi3 tube re restored
stored restored to Its normal condition, 'hear 'hearing
ing 'hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh
which is nothing but an inflamed con condition
dition condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu
lars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. Z. OF A.
"Chamberlain's Tablets are entitl entitled
ed entitled to air the praise I can give them,"
writes Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencer Spencer-port,
port, Spencer-port, N. Y. They have cured me of
headache and nervousness and re restored
stored restored my normal health." For sale
by air dealers. adv.
The Merchant's Cafe Is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. -.'
OPEN DAY A.rn TJIGHT
, Merchants Cafe, a. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
NOTICE TO EASTERN STARS
Concordia L.oage, Fraternal Unioi.
uf 'America, meets If Yonge's HaP
on the second Thursaay evening o
sach .month. Geo. I Taylor, F.M.
Cnas. K- Sage. Secretary. Vd
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located in Ocala. Fla., Expert work
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
"W. W. Kimball Co Ocala.
Officers of Ocala Chapter No. t29
O. E. S., are requested by the worthy
matron to meet, at Yonge's hall Mon Mon-day,
day, Mon-day, 4:30, p. m., to rehearse for In Initiation
itiation Initiation for Thursday, July 9.
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Marlon County Absfirnci Company
GL1AHAM BROTHEKS, Le
First consideration and especial attention given to small tm'cta.
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on Sis App ?cr ance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne- t
cessJty is wur 'jauauieou.:
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Mrs. Sadie P. Clawson, Indiana,
Pa., was bothered with indigestion.
MMy stomach pained me night and
day," she writes. "I would feel
bloated and have headache and belch belching
ing belching after eating. I also suffered
from constipation. My daughter
had used Chamberlain's Tablets and
they did her so much good that she
gave me a few doses of them and in insisted
sisted insisted upon me trying them. They
helped me as nothing else has done."
For sale by all dealers adv.
Advertise In the Star of results.
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ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala ChapteT. No. 23, O. E. 8
meets at Yonge's hail tne second and
fnnrth ThtirsdAT evenlnes of each
u irtv Careful Estimates Mfxlo en Ail C: v
w- ; tract York. Gives moro fir J t:lf
Mrs. Flora Brown, w. M. 9QTk for thG mone7 than tny c:'
Miss FlorrJe Condon, Ccc'y. trctractor la tha eJtr.
Carpenter and Cnir
THE OCALA EVEXINO STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1911
PRETTY PICNIC AT PINE
from the very things which, if we of
the south, will join in heartily, will
be greatly to the advancement and
progress of our community. Surely
Pine, July 7. Saturday, July 4
was a gay day at the pretty lktle j
Orange Bananas New Irish Potatoes
Marion County Fresh Smoked Hams
Marion County Fresh Smoked Sides
BRICK CITY COFFEE, 40c FIRST PRODUCT COFFEE, 30c
Fresh Roasted and ground in our own machine every day.
Sliced Breakfast Bacon Dried Sliced Bee'
Sliced Boiled Ham, for Lunches
EGGS, Fresh from-the Country, always in stock
New Salt Mackerel
, Grape Juice Ginger Ale
Olive Oil , Salad Dressing
Melfert's Home Cured Hams, Shoulders, Sides and Jowls, the finest
Smoked Bacon you ever ate. Also Meffert's Hog lard in 501b cans.
Wbitworth's Homemade, Sour, Spiced Pickles in bulk.
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was a picnic given under the auspices ;anJ refus .Q extenJ our hand tQ the
I of the Farmers' Protective Associa-jman who might have seen more light
than ourselves? And also to the man
an. ,n , , KjNnmi mil i'WJjWr"",
We lake Them Tired
Because none of our competitors
can approach us in the thoroughness
and excellence ot our motor car re repairing.
pairing. repairing. Our skill comes from actual
practical knowledge gained in the
business, hence our rapid work is al
ways better than you will 'find done
elsewhere," while our charges are
lower than others make. Better
find out our style? of doing work.
j The place selected for the picnic
was the "reautit'ul grounds adjacent
! to the heme of Rev. W. L. Martin,
where the grand old water oaks and
the stately live oaks mix their foliage
I it X l XX L XX c pxxic auu vauuagc jyni iiu
and form a thick shelter from the
i sunshine and brightness of the day,
leaving the grounds cool and pleas pleas-!ant
!ant pleas-!ant and soft and shady.
Scarcely before the big red sun
had raised his head above the thick
cluster of forest trees, to he east eastward,
ward, eastward, the picnickers had begun to
arrive. Mr. G. W. Dale, one of Fort
McCoy's best farmers, was on the
grounds early with ice, sugar and
lemons, and a half barrel of delic
ious lemonade was soon Teady for
use and being put to a most neces necessary
sary necessary use also. The worthy president
of the association, Mr. John Melin,
of Fort McCoy, besides bringing his
estimable wife and beautiful daugh daughter
ter daughter and a full dinner pail, finished
up the load with some very fine spe specimens
cimens specimens of watermelons a new var variety,
iety, variety, by the way, and of his own pro production.
duction. production. ;Mrs. Dale and her daugh daughter
ter daughter were also with the Dale party,
and did a great deal for the enjoy
ment of the pleasure seekers.
Lony Hall and someof his boys
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PIN 'YOURFAITH; TO;. OCALA.
20 Per Cent. Real Estate Investment.
Does this Look-: Good to You?
Two small four-room tenement houses, in good
condition, lot large enough for two more houses,
in colored section, just west of S. A. L. Railway,
on South 3d street, iiow rented to good tenants and
paying 20 per cent on the price asked, S600 for the two.
Titles perfect. If interested see me at once. They will not be
long on the market at this price.
C 1AI IMTTA Real Estate and Fire Insurance
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I am now prepared to" give my undivided attention to all kinds of
Jewelry and Watch Repairing.
I have all the latest applianc es for doing work of this class
quickly and at4 the lowest possible expense. Give me a trial.
Carlisle Drug Store Building
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on life preservers r 'ete&d.
xperiearfd onlj wasted. rN-
who, coming to a strange land is also
seeking light from his fellow-man.
Away with all timidity and selfish selfishness,
ness, selfishness, if there is any. In union, only,
there is true strength. No man has
ever learned it all. There is always
a person, in the world who can teach
us something. The outer wall can
not be reached. Let us come to together
gether together as neighbors and friends and
if there is a bit of prejudice in our
minds or conscience, pray the Lord
that it may be removed. We are
traveling, this way only once. Let
us travel together. Let us pull to together.
gether. together. Let us work together for
the advancement and cause of educa education
tion education and refinement and morality in
our community. Let everybody in
Pine and adjoining communities
come to the school house Saturday
afternoon, July 18th. If for no other
purpose, let the people of Pine come
and thank the northern friends who
voluntarily did such good work on
our school house. Be appreciative,
at least. Peter Stanley.
Electra, July 7. Messrs. R. O.
Halford and Basil Griggs and Ben
Holton came home for the fourth of
from toward Sparr donated a num- July."
ber of cantaloupes which were en- M- Ge w Brant j- Went to
oyed immensely. the annual arbeCue ;on the fourth of
It is 'impossible for the writer to
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name all present or to mention all "U1
the extra donations of little things r- H. M. Sellers spent a few
that completed a most enjoyable days last week at Hastings, with his
feast. A table was arranged under sister, .Mrs. G. H. Heath,
the far-reaching limbs of the gnarled There was a fourth of July dinner
old oaks and when the many dinner given at the home of Mr. J. P. Hal Hal-baskets
baskets Hal-baskets had been emptied and ar- ford. It was partaken of by Mrs.
tistically arranged by the trained Halford's family, Mr. G. W. Brant's
feminine hands, it was a most beau- family and Mr. D. F. Stebbleton's
tiful sight to behold. family. All report a good time.
What a feast! Mr. J. H. Halford and Mr. J.' P.
Xo evidence of a panic here. No Halford made a ; business trip to
signs of a recent drouth! A magnifi- Heather Island -Monday.
cent expression of plenty! Before Mr. L. D. Marsh has arrived at
the dinner was finished, however, I White's Ferry with his "boats, with
the picnickers wrere interrupted by the help of his son, Thomas Marsn,
a sudden shower oV rain. The at- Jim Collins, Carl High-tower and
tempt was taken more seriously than Bern Roberts. Their friends are
was necessary and the. men folks glad to know they are brave enough
hurried to move the tables in old- to pick huckle-berrles among the
fashioned hand-stick style to an ren bears.
porch nearby, but by the time the iMr. and Mrs. J. C. Pillans left
tables were under the shed the rain Monday via Leesburg, Orlando and
had ceased. The tables were then Madison for a week's visit.
removed to the yard where the
OCALA CHURCH DIRECTORY
bountiful repast was finished.
Mrs. Jimmle Hall, of Pine, -cer
tainly took the prize on the best raw PRESBYTERIAN Corner, of Ft
tomatoes. They were beauties, and (King avenue and Watula street: pas-
the credit should go to Mrs. Hall, tor W. H. Dodge; residence ,309 Ft.
because Mr. Hall denies the charge King avenue; phone 233. Sunday
of being a farmer. services: Sunday school 9:30 a.m.;
Mr. J. K. Edgely was -oted the mperintendent W. H. Dodge; morn morn-prize
prize morn-prize by the ladies for the best pre- ing sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Mis-
serves. He made them himself. Uion Society 3 p. m.; evening sermon
Mr. G. H. Whitford, of Pine, the 7:15 o'clock. Midweek prayer meet-
youngest old man in Florida, among Ing Wednesday evening, 7:30.
other things, brought a large, long CATHOLIC North Magnolia St.;
cable along and erected a splendid priest, D. Bottolacio; residence 27
swing, .which added greatly to the LTorth Orange street; Sunday ser-
enjoyment of the young people. vices: High mass 10 a. m.; vespers
Messrs. -Monroe and Sutton, who 5 p. m ; Sunday school 3 to 5 p. m.;
have a large -watermelon field at communion services second Sundays
Fort McCoy, sent an appreciated 0:30 a. m.; also regular service.
treat to the picnickers' in the form EPISCOPAL Corner S. Broadway
of a wagon load of fine melons. The and Watula streets; rector, Rev. Jas.
venerable Mr. Henderson, one of G. Glass; residence 311 S. Broadway;
Pine's splendid farmers, kindly phone 415. Sunday services: Holy
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brought the melons over from the
All in all, it was an ideal picnic,
and everybody present expressed
themselves as being highly delighted
with the pleasures of the day.
Some of the old citizens of Pine,
who, it seems, would have been es especially
pecially especially interested in an occasion of
this kind at their own home, were
attracted to other places wliere, no
doubt, the pleasures of the day fell
far- short of the Pine occasion. This
is especially regretted by the visitors
to Pine to this picnic, as they expect expected
ed expected ito see most of the people of the
community present. Everybody
brought well filled baskets and there
was plenty of dinner and much to
The writer, who is a dyed in the
wool boutnerner, wishes to pay a
just tribute to the northern people
of this community and of Fort Mc
Coy. Those of our northern friends
who have and are taking an active
part in the farmers' association and
other movements for the upbuilding
of the community and country gen generally
erally generally and this includes most all of
them, especially of this community
are a class of citizenship that
should be appreciated in any com
I have been associated with them
in this community uplift and im improvement
provement improvement now for several months
and know whereof I speak. They are
industrious, willing, clever, kind,
educated, thorough going people. I
regret to see a tendency upon the
part of some of my southern -brothers
who do not yet understand, the
northerner who has cast his lot
among us, to hold himself aloof
communion 7:30 a. m.; Sunday
school, 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer.
litany and sermon 11 a. m.; evening
prayer 7:30 p. m.; choir practice
7:30 p. m. Friday; meetings of ves
try and societies at hours appointed.
METHODIST -Cornel Fort King
avenue and South Main street: pas
tor J. M. Gross; residence 4uJ Foit
King avenue; phone 157; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.,
superintendent L. N. Green; morn
ing sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Ep-
worth League i p. m.; Senior Ep-
worth League 3 p. m.; Senior Ep-
worth League, 4 p. m.; evening
sermon 7:30 o'clock. Midweek prayer
meeting Wednesday evening 7:30.
Choir practice Friday evening at the,
BAPTJST Corner North Magno
lia and North Second streets; pastor
Bunyan Stephens; residence 520 Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue; phone 314; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. in.
superintendent W. T. Gary; morning
sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Baptist
Young People's Union 4 p. m.; Sen Senior
ior Senior Baptist Young People's Union
G:45 p. m.; evening sermon 7:30 p.
m. Midweek prayer meeting Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening 7:30 o'clock
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OCAIiA LODGE NO. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodse Xo. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even-
ngs in each month. .Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofflce, east side.
David S. Williams, E. It.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ao.
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STORES AVTIili CLOSE THURSDAY
The undersigned merchants here hereby
by hereby agree to close their respective
places of business on Thursdays at
1 p. m., beginning June 4th, and
continuing to and including Septem September
ber September 10th, and also agree to close
their places of business not later
than 4:30 p. m. on other days ex excepting
cepting excepting Saturdays.
H. B. Masters Company.
Rheinauer & Company.
E. T. HUvenston.
Marlon Hardware Co.
E. G. Rivers.
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Counts Grocery Co.
H. A. Waterman.
L. W. Harley.
Mclver & MacKay.
j; L. Smith Grocery Co.
Hayes & Guynn.
The Murray Company.
M. A. Bostick.
A. M. Lansford.
DCAIiA SOUTHERN SCHEDULE
No. 72 Leave Ocala daily 1:15
p. m. ATive Palatka ; dally except
C i 1 m a e I n... 1.
I I Mi l V 4 1 1 T 1 711 KTTllCk O I T
Sunday, 4:X5 p. m.
No. 71 Leave Prlatka daily ex except
cept except Sunday, 7:40 a. m. Arrive
Ocala 11 m.
No. 73 Leave PalatLa Sunday, 8
a. m. Arrive Ocala, 11 a. m.
Merchants & Miners
GO NORTH BY SEA"
BALTIMORE NEW YORK
Will cure 7cur Rhcunialisiis
Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,
Colic, Sprains. Bruises, Cuts and
Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in-
ternally and externally. Price 25c.
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
Service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through far3 and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H.C.AVERY, -L. D.JONES,
Agent. 'C0111'1 ASt-
f!itv Ticket Office. 25 Hosran 'Street.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. 1914
6 I f-"J 1C I i IP ENSABLE"
You may not realize it, but a good bank is indispensable to you as a busi business
ness business man and citizen.
Directly or indirectly, the bank affects every individual in the community.
The more directly it affects you the more benefit you will derive.
Come in and learn how we are able and willing to help :you in financial
New York, July 8. Turpent:i4,
49. Rosin, $.10 to $4.20.
Chicago, 111., July S. September
wheat 78. Pork," $20.30. Lard,
$10.20. Ribs, $ll.S0f
Board of Trade -meets tonight.
Fraternal Union tomorrow night.
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Moose meet tomorrow evening.
S. C. V. meets Friday night.
March average.. 74
April average. .81
May average... 8 3
The Ocala National Bank.
Resources Over Hall A Million
A CTXVE U. S. D EPOSIT RY.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
New York, July 8. Cotton two to
six points lower on good growing
Ask Rivers the Men's Outfitter
nbout that neckwear deal. 7-8-4t
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sears of Clear Clearwater,
water, Clearwater, are at the Harrington.
June average. .90
weather. August, 12.36. October
12.16. December 12-27.
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan C. Cannon of
Orlando are at the (Harrington.
Mrs. E. A. Osborne and Mrs. E. F.
Mitchell of Morriston are at the Harrington.
Wellie Meffert has a broken arm,
the result of cranking an auto a day
or two ago.
Mr. Sam Teague is now in Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati and in a few days will either go
to Chicago or St. Louis, in the inter interest
est interest of his commission house.
Rivers .the Men's Outfitter in the
Harrington Hall block has an at attractive
tractive attractive proposition in neckwear. Ask
him about it. 7-8-4 1.
Mr. Geo. W. Martin, one of the liv liv-est
est liv-est traveling men on the road, has
'had his territory greatly enlarged.
Southern Georgia and Alabama has
been added to Florida for him.
Mr. A. R. Eastwood, representing
the Jacksonville Construction Com Company,
pany, Company, is making demonstrations of
.the concrete building system now be being
ing being used by the company throughout
Florida. It is a hollow concrete wall,
and the entire building is one solid
piece of cement. The plan is said
to be a very desirable one for Flor Florida
ida Florida buildings as it makes a cool, and
damp-proof structure. Mr. Eastwood
is giving h's demonstration on the
vacant lot between the Cam and
Rohertson buildings on North Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street.
Tempt the appetite,
. please the taste and
nourish the body.
Crisp, clean and fresh
5 cents in the moisture moisture-proof
proof moisture-proof package.
Round, thin, tender
with a delightful flavor
luncheon, tea and
dinner, io cents.
Prince of appetizers.
.Makes daily trips from
Ginger-Snap Land to
waiting mouths every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Say Zu Zu to
the grocer man, 3 cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
Always look for that name
July 4 87
. . .86
Forecast for This Evening and
Partly cloudy tonight and Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, probably showers south portion.
ASKS FOR INFORMATION
W. W. Fineren, junior engineer of
the war department, writes from
Tampa to the Marion County Board
of Trade, asking for information in
regard to freight traffic on the Okla Okla-waha.
waha. Okla-waha. Unless he has information at
once, he will have to make an unfav unfavorable
orable unfavorable report. Mr. J. M. Gates, who
is acting as Secretary Rooney's under
secretary, is obtaining the informa information
tion information and will forward it.
Miss Alta Grace left the hospital
today and went to the home of Mrs.
Olin at Kendrick.
Miss Lillian Godbold is better to today.
day. today. Mrs. Pindar is better today.
Mrs. iRichie is convalescing and
will soon be able to return home.
The tickets for the iEdwin Swain
concert Friday evening went on sale
this morning at the Court Pharmacy.
Mrs. Kate Whitfield of Dunedin,
is in the city for a few-days' visit to
Mrs. J. Hi Bishop on Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. Mrs. Whitfield is on her way to
Moncrief, N. C, to spend the summer.
Mr. W. W. Winn, of Martel, a vet veteran
eran veteran K. of P., was in town Monday
night and attended the meeting of
the Ocala lodge. Mr. Winn is an ef efficient
ficient efficient railroad engineer, and is com competent
petent competent to handle any sort of a 'steam
engine. Cutting down the force by
the company that employed him has
thrown him temporarily out of em employment.
ployment. employment. He is looking for a posi position,
tion, position, and anyone who desires the ser services
vices services of a competent engineer should
address him at his home at Martel.
Mr. Bert (Redding of Jacksonville,
a. former Ocalan, leaves tonight for
an extended trip in the north, com combining
bining combining pleasure with business. Be Before
fore Before returning home, he will visit
relatives at his mother's-old home in
Mr. George Moore, of the Red
Cross Pharmacy, leaves tonight for
Denver, Col., where he goes as rep representative
resentative representative of Lakeland Lodge Xo.
1291, B. P. O. E., to the national
convention of Elks. Lakeland
Lodge pays all of the expenses of its
representative and in Mr. 'Moore it
will have, a most able delegate.. He
carries with him a number of very
handsome badges, which will be dis distributed
tributed distributed among the members to ad advertise
vertise advertise Lakeland. The badge is of
bronze, the upper part being two
elk heads and the lower half repre represents
sents represents an orange, the whole being
handsomely engraved. 'Lakeland
Master Foy Sales of Tampa is the
guest of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. James. E. Johnson at their
home on Oklawaha avenue.
New York, July 8. Stocks active,
irregular. New Haven a point and
Western union a point lower. South
ern Pacific showed three-eights of a
OF THE BOYS' CLUB
Rev. Bowers has secured rooms in
the Gary block for the use of the
Boys' Club, so all be on hand Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night at 7:30 and bring your
bathing suits so as to be fully equip equipped
ped equipped to take lessons in physical cul culture..
ture.. culture.. Patsey Gillen, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp JNo. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. evry second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns always welcome. Adv.
R 0. Burden, C. C
Chas K. Sage, Clerk.
Liberty is the right to do what the
law allows; and if a cltizeD coull do
what they forbid it .ould b no 1 ager
liberty, because others wculd hav the
same powers Montesquieu.
FLORIDA HOUSE TO BE RE-BUILT
Tho the mid-summer season is on
us the hotel facilities of the city are
'being taxed every day to their limit.
The Florida House, the third largest
hotel in the city, -will shortly be
made almost twice its present size.
Mr. Eugene Dobbs, the hustling pro proprietor,
prietor, proprietor, has contracted for an addi addition
tion addition to the house which will take in
the present annex on the south side
of the main building. Deep porches
will be built from the main building
south to meet those of the annex,
and that portion of the present annex
now standing near the street will be
moved to the rear of the lot. An
entire new ibuilding will occupy the
former annex lot in front and the
space between it and the main build building
ing building will be utilized to give addition additional
al additional space for rooms. When the Flor Florida
ida Florida House is rebuilt according to
Mr. Dobbs' plans it will not only be
an additional accommodation to the
traveling public, but also an orna ornament
ment ornament to the section of the city in
which it is located.
There were many town people as
well as farmers at the Marion 'Hard 'Hardware
ware 'Hardware Company's picture show yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, and all were much entertained
as well as informed. The Interna International
tional International Harvester Co. supplies these
pictures, and they are always mighty
Roquefort, .Swiss Edam, Limbur Limbur-ger,
ger, Limbur-ger, Pineapple, Camembert, Pi Pimento,
mento, Pimento, Parmesan, Pliiladelphia Pliiladelphia-Cream
Cream Pliiladelphia-Cream and Gorgonzola CHEESE.
Cold Boiled Ham, Boiled Ox
Tongue, Sliced Dried Beef, Pickl Pickled
ed Pickled Lamb Tongue
Sardines-Royans A LA VATELf
Sardines-Royans A LA BORIE BORIE-LAISE.
LAISE. BORIE-LAISE. Crab Meat, Shrimp, Lobsters,
Russian Caviar, Anchovies.
O. K. Teapot Grocery
PHOXES 16 and 174
Atlantic Coast Line
$39.05 New York, X. Y.
$31.45 Buffalo, X. Y.
$39.05 Philadelphia, Pa.
$47.55 Chicago, 111.
$46.55 Detroit, Mich.
$37.05 Cincinnati, Ohio.
$35.55 Louisville, Ivy.
$41.80 St. Louis, Mo.
$62.65 Denver, Col.
$93.55 San Francisco, Cal.
$110.05 Portland, Ore.
SOLD DAILY. LIMIT OCTOBER 31.
For information and reservations
call on any A. C. L. ticket agent, or
J. G. KIRKLAXD,
Division Passenger Agent,
CITY CLERK'S MONTHLY
Ocala, Fla., July 6, 1914.
To the Honorable City council of the
City of Ocala:
Gentlemen: Beg to submit the fol following
lowing following report of receipts and dis disbursements
bursements disbursements during the month of
Bal. on hand June 1, 1914 $5,S38.S3
Collected by tax collector:
Collected by marshal:
Fines, police court ..... 333.70
Pound fees(S. J.-Driggers) 10.00
Delinquentpersonal taxes. 61.00
Hack inspection fees .... 27.00
Col. by stock impounder:
(C. A. Holloway)p'nd fees 24.75
Collected by city attorney:
Tax certificates 2 13. 11
Collected by city clerk:
E. L. Dept., service 1,966.91
E. L. Dept., supplies 105.00
E. L. Dept., meter dep's.. 9.00
Market and house rent... 105.00
Sidewalk assessments ... 78.29
Sale of fertilizer . 1.25
W. W. Dept., rents ...... 3.17
W. W. Dept., tapping, etc.- 1.00
W. W. Dept., meters 247.00
Total collections ... i .. $3,197.58
Warrants Drawn During June, 1014
Slries, officers, clerks, etc.$ 210.00
Witness fees and costs. . 24.70
Feed . . 81.44
Sundry expense 8.50
Labor and expense ...... 393.87
Feed .. .. 81.44
Pound expense 87.00
Interest on note 755.00
Salaries . . -' 297.50
Sundries . 4.00
E.,.L. Dept 1,455.71
Water Works Dept:
Total warrants drawn. .$4,013.11
Disbursed by City Treasurer During
General fund $2,267.57
Electric light fund : 1,610.96
Water works fund 519.25
Balance on .Hand July 1, 1914
General fund $ 727.12
Bond interest fund 693.76
Sinking fund- 1,619.62
Electric light fund 1,152.07
Water works 'fund 298.67
Water works bond fund. 337.39
H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
FALLING HAIR AND
NEEDLESS USE PARISIAN SAGE
Now that Parisian Sage can be had
at any drug counter it Is certainly
needless to have thin, brittle, mat matted,
ted, matted, stringy or faded hair. Xo mat matter
ter matter how unsightly the hair, how bad badly
ly badly it is .falling, or how much dand dandruff,
ruff, dandruff, Parisian Sage is all that is need needed.
ed. needed. Frequent applications and well
rubbed into the scalp will do wond wonders
ers wonders it acts like magic. The hair
roots are nourished and stimulated
to grow new hair, Itching ccalp, dand dandruff
ruff dandruff and falling hair cease your
head feels fine. Best of all, the hair
becomes soft, fluffy, abundant and
radiant with life and beauty.
You will be surprised and delight delighted
ed delighted with Parisian Sage. Try at least
one fifty cent "bottle from Gerig's
Drug Store. They will refund the
purchase price if you are not satis satisfied.
Ocala Citizen Testifies for the Public;
sad !e; -7 -year-old mare, heavy
with fc.i -vprks anywhere; one
end a hulf-ycr-r-olj filly. Apply to
J. D- Kcctlnsin, Ocala, Fla. 7 3-6t
A truthful statement of an Ocala
citizen, given in his own words,
should convince the most skehtical
about the-merits of Doan's 'Kidnev
Pills. If you suffer from backache. Of
nervousness, sleeplessness, urinary V
disorders or any form of kidney ills,
use a tested kidney medicine.
An Ocala citizen tells of Doan's
Kindey Pills. Could you demand
more convincing proof of merit?
R. C. Lover'dge, 225 X. Magonlia
MfiiES B HERS
street, Ocala, Fla., says:
taken Doan's Kidney Pills for kidney
and bladder trouble andjiave found
them to be a reliable medicine. I
don't hesitate to advise their use In
cases of kidney complaint."
Mr. Loverldge Is only one of many
Ocala people who have gratefully en endorsed
dorsed endorsed Doan's Kidney" Pille. If your
back aches if your kidneys bother
you, don't simply ask for a kidney
remedy ask for Doan's Kidney
Pills, the same as Mr. Loverldge had
the remedy backed by home testi testimony.
mony. testimony. 50c. all stores. Eoter-Mll-burn
Co., Proprietors, Buffalo. X. Y.t
"When your Back Is Lame -Remember
the Name." 7.
ECLIPSE ROOFING CEMENT
It Is the greatest cement in ex existence
istence existence to stop leaks in tin or metal
roofs and gutters; never fails; ever everlasting.
lasting. everlasting. Ocala Seed Store. 6-23-lm
Institutions, I"lrm. People and
I'hones Most Often Called in in-,
, in-, Ocala
The following condensed tele telephone
phone telephone directory Is published for the
benefit of the Star's readers. Xo
chargers made for any of the entries
Jr.' IL It covers the city depart departments,
ments, departments, ,,f the railroads and telegraph
offices,-the offices' and residences of
all .tfce, doctors In the city, the hos hos-pital
pital hos-pital a- '-Mned nurses In fact, all
the points likely tc be most needed.
A directory Is attached to each
phone, but people often have occas occasion
ion occasion to i; learn a telephone number
when they are at a distance from
both the phone and the book, and it
is principalis for the convenience of
these that the directory is published.
A. C..L. passenger station 370
A. C. L. freight office 99
Annex Drugstore 279
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore .... 123
Banner. 1 1
Board of Trade.... 381
Brinsflnschool superintendent 141
Carlisle's Drugstore 424
Commercial Bank ........ w
j County jail
ose dinners at Rodoff's Cafe are
the best to be had in the city and the!
price is right.
lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rsnt and Similar Local Heeds
E. Van Hood, 324
E. Van Hood, residence.. 164
I Dr. Counts, residence 349
iDr. J. W. Hood.. 203
Dr. J. W. Hood, residence.
Izlar, .residence 71
Lane, residence, 477
Weir. Recently built and furnish-.! Dr. -McClane. residence 407
ed throughout. Everything new. ;rr wom Ki
FOR SALE House at North Lake
A genuine bargain.. Part
balance easy terms. Apph'
E. Xelson at Marion Hardware' r
Company. 7-6-tf dt.
casn, j Dr Xewsom,
to ciDr. Peek .'.
FOR SALE One' large
good condition; one
mule. Ocala Lumber
WAXTED Subscribers of the Star
to te.ll their neighbors of the plan ?
now In force for giving cash cou-;
pons to subscribers. 5-20-tf-
suuu worn, j Dr. ,Vpn Engelken
& Supply 'ri" vnn F.nfTAlkpn rpsfrfpnr
Dr. Watt, residence. 472
Dr. Walters 78
Walters, residence 495
Wilson,' colored 404
Hughes, colored 185
FOR SALK Modern bungalow In
Linwood Heights. Inquire of the
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.5-15 tf
Dr. R. R. Williams (colored)
Electric Light Plant
WAXTED fable boarders during !FIRE STATIOX
summer months; rates
Mrs. J. W. Davis. 219 E. Oklawa-; Galloway, sheriff, residence.,
ha avenue. Phone 148 6-25- Harrington Hall Hotel
FOR SALE -A Caille detachable and
ply to W. C. Charles,
reasonable. Florida House : 133
Ocala Gas Co;,-pIant. ........ 478
WAXTED 69 MEN to join the TELEPHONE EXCHAXGE.
Brotherhood Baraca Class, city : Imperial Loundry
hall. See R. B. Bowers. o-ZO-tf j Marlon County Fair Grounds..
Marion County Board of Trade
MARIOX COUXTY HOSPITAL
portable rowboat--motor and pro- J Miss Gerard trained nurse....
peller complete. Cost ?819o andjMIss HarweJL trained nurse...
Is brand new. Will sell for $65; Miss Washburn, trained nurse
cash. AppV at Knight & Lang. 8 tf Munroe & Cfeambllss Bank
i Moose Club.
WAXTED 'RESIDENCE LOT Will -Metropolitan wan
pay cash, if cheap, for a holding ; OCALA EVEXIXG STAR.
lot in the Dr. Chace addition. Ap- ucaia uas uo., omce.
FOR SALE Either or the following
horses: Three-year-old horse, gen gentle
tle gentle and well broken to harness or
) w ) ) J V w
When you want PURE MILK
AXD CREAM made from high
grade, healthy cows, with a low
bacterial count and a high per
cent, fat test, produced under
sanitary conditions by one who
has made it a life work, call
WMTWORTH & FOLKS, Props
Ocala Southwestern Railway.
Ocala City office
Ocaja Heights Dairy
I Ocala Telephone,' Company. .
(ucaia steam Launary ..
J j POSTOFFICE
Postoffice Drugstore .
Postal Telegraph office. 217
Sheriff's office i
Seaboard Air, Line City Ticket
Seaboard Airline freight
Southern Express Co...
Advertise in the Star of results. 1 II v estern Union 1 eiegrapa office