JULY 11, 1914
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MAID 0I TO THE
TiTUTIONALIST CHIEFS WILL JOIN FORCES FOR THE WEL
FARE OF THEIR COB! COUNTRY
reon, July 11. A report of the
nza-Villa reconciliation confer-
mbJUshcd today shows the fol-
or o crrrm m nnf Voa K o n r o r. V -1
h0 W5I W Ui AJlb iiUO U JUL A iAvL
ranza is recognized as the first
of the revolution, with author author-rer
rer author-rer all military operations.
Jla is recognized as the first
of Xhe northern division, giving J5I..MK FOR THR KMPRP!o ft-,
i-ecognition to Carranza as the ..
mief of the constitutionalist
as a whole. t
la shall be furnished with all
ies necessary for the continua-
of his military operations that
sees fit to demand.
e failure of Carranza to furnish
ies to 'Villa's army was the
of the break between the two
is agreed that a convention
be called immediately after the
ire of Mexico City, to be com com-1
1 com-1 of delegates chosen by the
', to set the time and conditions
r which a general election shall
e basic planks of the constitu-
;dists' new "Declaration of In-
ndenee" pledges the parly to
bute the estate of Mexico to
s iheld in poverty and slavery,
ledges to separate church and
p and punish the members of the
;y who aided Huerta.
also pledges to continue the
are program until 'the federal
y is 'destroyed.
Hi TOO MUCH
v t i ',
TILLERS AGREE TO CUT THE
MANUFACTURE OF BOOZE h
Wuisville, July 11. The produc
ts of whisky in Kentucky this year
pe reduced fifty per cent, as a
ult of an agreement of over half
distilleries in the state. The
tailment is due to large stocks
1 over production of the past five
irs. Distilleries of other states
; expected to take a similar
Man in Railroad Circles is Dead
from Heart Trouble
Hot Springs, Va., July 11. Mel Mel-le
le Mel-le Ingalls, the well-known railroad
agnate, whose home is in Cincin-
ti, died suddenly here of heart
buble this (morning.
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Subscriptions taken for all maga-
hes at The Murray Co. 7-10-3t
THE COAL BOAT
Quebec, July 11. The high court
of inquiry today held the collier
Storstad responsible for the Em Em-press'of
press'of Em-press'of Ireland disaster, in which
over, a thousand persons perished.
EDITOR OF SUNSET ARRESTED
In Company with Assistants, who
Took Pictures of Panama Fortifi Fortifications
cations Fortifications from an Aeroplane
San Francisco, July, IT- Warrants
tor 'the. arrest of Charles K. Field,
editor, of the Sunset Magazine; Rob Robert
ert Robert J. Fowler, an aviator, Riley R.
Scott a writer, and Ray A. Duhem,
a photographer, were issued yester yesterday
day yesterday at the request of John W. Pres Preston,
ton, Preston, United States attorney here.
The charge against them is the dis disclosure
closure disclosure of military secrets. The pen penalty
alty penalty is ten years imprisonment or a
$10,000 fine for such disclosure if
made abroad and one year of $1,000
fine if made in the United States.
In April Sunset published an arti article
cle article was published entitled "Can the
Panama Canal Be Destroyed From
Reproductions of photographs tak taken
en taken from an aeroplane, showing some
of the fortifications of the Canal
Zone and of the San Francisco Pres Presidio
idio Presidio accompanied the text. As soon
as a copy of the number was called
to the attention of the war depart department
ment department it requested Preston to investi investigate.
gate. investigate. Field, Fowler, Duhem and Scott
were served with the warrants and
taken before United States .Commis .Commissioner
sioner .Commissioner Francis Krull. They', were re released
leased released on their own recognizance.
FUN STON STANDS
Vera Cruz, July 11. Hector Jara,
representative of the Constitutional Constitutionalists
ists Constitutionalists in Vera Cruz, was arrested last
night by order of Brigadier General
Funston on a charge of seeking to
incite Mexicans to make a demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration against the former 'Minister Qu Qu-erdo
erdo Qu-erdo Moheno. El Dictamen, -Mexican
daily paper, issued a dodger urg urging
ing urging the people to display antagonism
to Moheno. The paper was order ordered
ed ordered to suspend temporarily.
MRS. DE1IS MID MISS HELMS, LEADING SOCIETY
OF ATLANTA. ARE MYSTERIOUSLY MISSIIIG
Atlanta, G-a., July 11. The mys mysterious
terious mysterious disappearance of Mrs. Eloise
Dennis .and Miss Beatrice Nelms,
daughters of the late John W.
Xelms, former sheriff of this county,
is causing much speculation.
Mrs. Dennis, a ( divorcee, left a
month ago for Houston, Texas, to
marry a man claiming to be Victor
Innes, an attorney at law who secur secured
ed secured her divorce from Dennis, in the
state of 'Nevada. Mrs. Dennis' sister,
Miss Xelms, followed shortly to be
present at the wedding, stopping
over in New Orleans.
; The women sent a telegram to
their mother. Since then nothing
had been heard from them until
Tuesday, when their mother received
a letter signed "Eloise," stating that
she had "made away" with Beatrice
and was enroute to San Francisco to
kill ber brother, Marshall Nelms.
The Nelms family declare that
Eloise, .Mrs. Dennis, had sent Attor Attorney
ney Attorney Innes over $12,000 for invest investment
ment investment in Mexican shares. The wom woman
an woman had a large amount of money in
her possession when she left At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta for Texas.
An interview with Innes, who is
in Portland, Oregon, states that he
has not seen or heard from Mrs.
Dennis since he secured her divorce.
There is absolutely no trace of the
missing women, though the police of
a dozen cities through the west are
searching for them. Their mother
is frantic. She insists that her
daughters have met foul play.
In a statement made this morn morning,
ing, morning, Attorney Innes said that while
her suit for divorce was pending,
Mrs. Dennis was extremely melan melancholy,
choly, melancholy, intimating that she intended
to "do away" with her sister and
then commit suicide. She once said
she would kill herself, so that her
small son would receive $20,000 life
insurance that she carried.
Innes declared that the idea 'that
he had anything to do with the dis disappearance
appearance disappearance of the girls is ridiculous.
He is married and has been living
with ihis wife and children since he
ANARCHISTS HEADED OFF
Didn't Hold Funeral Parade in New
New York, July 11. No attemptj
was made by anarchists today to
hold the funeral parade they planned
in honor of men killed in the bomb
explosion last Saturday. This was
announced by Alexander Berkman
last night. Earlier the anarchists
had declared their intention to hold
the parade in defiance of orders by
the mayor and police commissioner.
The Anti-Militarist League and. the
'Mother 'Earth Association, said Mr.
Berkman, -had decided to call off the
parade rather than antagonize the
ANOTHER DEATH FROM
PLAGUE AT NEW ORLEANS
New Orleans, July 11. Following
the 'death here yesterday from bu bubonic
bonic bubonic plague of Leon De Jean, aged
twenty seven, a negro, health author authorities"
ities" authorities" began an investigation to as ascertain
certain ascertain if a new focus of infection
Fresh shrimp every day at Rodoff's
TREMENDOUS MARINE FIGHTER,
THE BATTLESHIP NEVADA,
LAUNCHED AT QUINCY,
Quincy, Mass., July 11. -The bat battleship
tleship battleship Nevada, exceeding in tonage,
armament and displacement any" of
the American warships except her
sister ship the Oklahoma, was
launched here today from the yard
of the Fore River Shipbuilding and
Engineering Company in the pres presence
ence presence of a vast cheering multitude.
As the giant man-o'-war slid down
the ways into the waters of 'Fore
river ten year old Eleanor Ann Sie Sie-bert,
bert, Sie-bert, niece of ..Governor Tasker L.
Oddie, of Nevada, broke a bottle of
"extra dry" over the massive stem
of "No. 36" and christened her with
the name of the western common commonwealth.
wealth. commonwealth. There was a large gather gathering
ing gathering of navyand army leaders, nation national
al national legislators and other dignitaries.
The Nevada is heavier by 500 tons
than the Texas or the New York and
will only be exceeded in size by the
Pennsylvania and No. 39, now be being
ing being built. The Nevada's full load dis displacement
placement displacement is 28,400 tons, while the
mammoth No. 39, which will bear
the name of a state as yet undesig undesignated,
nated, undesignated, will be of 31,400 tons,
The main armament of the Neva Nevada
da Nevada consists of 10 fourteen ihch, 45
calibre,"' breech loading rifles. On
the 1 f orecasf le deck is a three gun
turret and a two gun turret." An Another
other Another two gun turret is on the quar quarter
ter quarter deck and astern is the second
three gun turret.
Besides these great guns she will
have 21 five inch 51 calibre breech
loading rifles; four three pounders
for salutes, four 21 inch submerged
torpedo tubes; two one pounders for
boats; two, three inch, field pieces
and two, thirty calibre, machine
Her length between perpendiculars
is 575 feet, and over all 583 feet;
breadth 95 feet 2 inches; mean
draft 28 ft 6 in., and ordinary dis displacement
placement displacement 27,500 tons. The requir required
ed required speed on trial is 20.50 knots, and
the displacement on trial 27,500
tons. Her bunker capacity to the
bottom of the beams Is 59S.400 gal gallons
lons gallons of fuel oil.
She is driven ty Curtis Turbine
engines, with 12 Yarrow boilers giv giving
ing giving a total heating surface of 4S, 4S,-000
000 4S,-000 square feet and .a total maxi maximum
mum maximum horse power of 26,500.
Her complement consists of 55
officers and 808 men." The icontraet
price for bull and machinery is $5,
895,000. The building was authoriz authorized
ed authorized March 4, 1911, the contract sign signed,
ed, signed, January .22,1912; keel laid Nov November
ember November 4, 1912, and the date for the
completion of the contract is Jan January
uary January 22, 1915.
The armor belt of the Nevada Is
134 inches thick and extends 400,
feet along the sides of the hull, 8
feet below the water line and 9
AMERICAN AVIATOR WON GREAT RACE THRU
FOUI HIS WAY OHERRIHGIY OVER LAUD AND SEA III SPITE
; OF A DEIISE FOG
' Paris, July 11. The American-
aviator W. L. Brock, the first airman
In the round trip from London to
Paris aerial race, to complete the
first half of the contest, reached the
aerodrome on the outskirts of Paris
after an adventurous trip of three
hours, thirty minutes and twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four seconds, made through a
treacherous fog. v
CAME HOME LIKE A CARRIER
Hendon, England, July 11. W. L.
kBr.ock, the American aviator com
peting with the best birdmen of
Europe, won the round trip from
London to 'Paris aeroplans race; to today.
day. today. The distance is 276 miles. The
elapsed time of the winner was
seven hours, three minutes. A heavy
fog prevailed. Brock was given a
tremendous ovation. He gets thQ
trophy and $4,000 in cash.
A telegram from -Secretary Roon Roon-ey,
ey, Roon-ey, received Just as the Star goes to
press, announces that Jacksonville
has won the real estate convention
for 1916, and' that Tom Weir, of
Tampa, is elected a vice president.
CO. WAS SMART
A card index cabinet makes work
easy. They can be obtained at The
Murray Company. 7-10-3t
Put One Over on the Atlantic Coast
Line in Plant City
Plant City, July 11. After the
last passenger train had passed thru
Plant City Thursday night, the
Southern Paving and Construction
Company put its entire force of men
at work laying brick on South Drane
street, between Collins and Palmer
streets. The first brick was laid at
ten minutesafter 10 o'clockand the
last one was in place at five minutes
after 12,' less than two hours after
the work was started. Several large
automobiles were requisitioned by
the men in charge, and placed so
tnat their headlights lit up the street.
The negroes, with the promise of
double rjay and some liquid refresh refreshments
ments refreshments when the work was completed,
worked as they never worked .before.
T. J. Xedder, local agent for the
Coast Line, tried several times ip
stop the work, but was unable to dx
so. He was powerless to do' any anything
thing anything without an Injunction, and by
the time the judge in Tampa could
be aroused and an Injunction secur secured,
ed, secured, the world would hare been com completed
pleted completed before it 'could 'have reached
Plant City. Mr. Tedder tried to find
the mayor to ask him to order the
work stopped, but was unable to do
STATUTE WILL STAND
Blue Sky Law of 1013 Declared Valid
by the Florida Supreme
Tallahassee, July 11. In an opin opinion
ion opinion just filed by the supreme court
In a babeas corpus proceedings be before
fore before 'it, chapter 6422 of the acts of
1913, or what is known as the "blue
sky law," is iheld valid and consti constitutional.
tutional. constitutional. The style of the case de decided
cided decided is "Ex-Parte C.;H. Taylor, Ha Habeas
beas Habeas Corpus opinion by the whole
The "blue sky law" was enactedV
by the legislature of 1913 for the
1 purpose "tof throwing a protection-
ardunil the investing public of the-
state, and to prohibit the sale and
purchase of stock in questionable
concerns. The act requires and pro- -vides
that before a concern, or cor corporation,
poration, corporation, can sell stock outside of
the county in which it is-organIzed,
a proper showing must be made tr
the comptroller of the financial
standing and tbe merits of the enter-
prise it proposes to promote. After ;
such showing, if it appears to the
comptroller that the merits of the
corporation are legitimate, he may
issue a certificate permitting it to
sell its 8$tck.
SLXZER HAS STRENGTH
Same Old Bill lias a Following
Which is Surprising
Oyster Bay,-July. 11. Col Roose Roose-velt
velt Roose-velt may be forced, to accepf the
Progressive nomination for govern govern-or,
or, govern-or, to prevent William Sulzer, depos deposed
ed deposed governor, from capturing the nom nomination.
Investigations by Progressive lead-
1 erg have shown, according to men
prominent in the party, that the for former
mer former "governor has a degree of
strength which has surprised them.
Mr. Sulzer, although not a member
of the Progressive party, was elected
to the assembly on the Progressive
ticket after being impeached as OT' OT'-ernor
ernor OT'-ernor and removed from olllce.
Mr. J. D. Jlarlin, the well known
traveling man, was at the Harrington
last night. M. Marlin formerly
traveled for Covington of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and made his headquarters in
Ocala. He has now, taken a position
with Birigle Bros., a big Charleston
firm, with Florida for his territory.
His Ocala friends hope he and Mrs.
Marlin will again make their home
Wlei Woittei are (GiYei tke Ballot
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
B. H. SEYMOUR
North Magnolia St.
OCALA ; FLA.
THE OCAL.A EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1014
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
IilTTINGEIt & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS.
VL. II. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Lcnvexigood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at 0e?.la, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
ne year, in advance $5.00
Xlx months, in ad ance. . 2.5
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, jn advance. ... .50
One year, in advance....
Six months, in advance...
Three months, in advance.
One mon'h, in advance...
Farmers should begin to plan for
the! 'Marion County Fair.
The Mississippi and Iowa, Arneri-j
can battleships purchased by the
Greeks, will be renamed the "King
George", and the "Queen
The British government; is ser seriously
iously seriously considering the plan of send sending
ing sending Emmy Pankhurst and other in incorrigible
corrigible incorrigible suffragettes to St. Helena.
Governor Blease or South Caro Carolina
lina Carolina refused permission to North
Carolina .troops to go thru 'his state
to, the encampment at Augusta, Ga.
Well; the old boy has grit;
One of Ocala's business men, who
lias kept a close eye on public men
and affairs, says that Fred Hudson,
candidate for governor, has one of
the cleanest 'political records in the
A promlnent-oaerchant of a Geor Georgia'
gia' Georgia' ft o'uti writes to the Marion Coun County
ty County Board of Trade asking for sta statistics
tistics statistics about Marion county. It is
becoming a fixed 'habit of people who
want information about Ocala and
Marion county to write to our board
of trade, which always delivers the
;. goods. . ;
reported at a disadvantage, it can
much more easily elevate the ther thermometer
mometer thermometer than the machinery of the
government can .be set in moiion to
lower the thermometer in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and other cities. Also, Mr.
Runnells may be (mistaken in his
idea about levels. The Ocala gov government
ernment government thermometer is four feet
from the ground and our tempera temperature
ture temperature compares favorably with that
of Jacksonville or anywhere. The
ground in the vicinity of the Ocala
instrument is covered with grass,
and the observer, Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, says it comes nearer to nor normal
mal normal conditions than it twould in any
other way. The Star advises Mr.
Runnells to have the Gainesville
thermometer put in a grass plot or
on a church steeple and leave Con Congress
gress Congress and the boards of trade to
deal with more weighty matters.
at a time when the load was light
from other sources of consumption,
but with a fixed rate at the switch switchboard
board switchboard of 2 cents or thereabouts per
lr u. h.. besides distributing a-ndj
' . Ml
i operating charges, there wftgld, ,b,
no opportunity to c:o tms
Tbp Star believes that at t54
tant day the city will be able to
make its own current at a very
slight rise of 1 cent at the switch switchboard,
board, switchboard, and wants to see the matter
tried and the city given the chance to
make good in the future, as it cer certainly
tainly certainly has in the past, and that, too,
with an obsolete plant.
Let us put in such improvements
as we need at the idant make a
modern, labor and fuel saving plant
of it; put In one plant sufficient to
-make the current needed for years
to come and pump the water for the
water department with the same
men, fuel and machinery. Let us
look forward to this, make whatever
immediate and urgent improvements
are needed, and then get ready for
the big thing.
The Star hopes that the members
of the city council will feel about the
matter as we do, now that they
have obtained so much 'valuable in information.
formation. information. Let them go to figuring
on the new plant, and we assure
them the PEOPLE .will be with
them, for we hear them talk all over
town in all walks of life, rich and
poor alike. There are some excep exceptions,
tions, exceptions, but they only prove the rule;
for the citizens of Ocala, and, a vote
on the issue will prove it, are not
in favor of releasing one whit of our
OE & (HISS iATIOit BA
OCALA PEOPLE, FAVOR
s 3IUXICIPALi OWNERSHIP
'.The idea of Sulzer taking the
lull moose leadership away from
Roosevelt in New York state seems
ridiculous. However, Sulzer had
many friends, and the injustice with
whieh he was treated won him more.
Between a Tammany candidate and
jm organized republican candidate in
:.ftew lork, almost every independent
Htizen. would vote for 'Sulzer; so if
Koosevelt does not want the nomina nomination
tion nomination ifche irrogressives could easily
find a weaker candidate than 4the de deposed
posed deposed governor.
The current issue of Dixie en entourages
tourages entourages farmers to buy land in Du Du-ral
ral Du-ral county by printing a fine picture
of za. sturdy" young 'agriculturist
standing In the midst of .a field of
nrts. We know the moture is gen
uine, because it was taken on Carmi Carmi-chael's
chael's Carmi-chael's farm, on Silver Springs run,
From careful reading of the report
of the light and water committee,
and a discussion of same with a mini mini-ber
ber mini-ber of citizens, we are more than
ever r convinced that the city's wel welfare
fare welfare demands that it own and main maintain
tain maintain public utilities.
We are proud of the record tmade
by the' electric light plant. Ocala
now enjoys the lowest electric rate
of any city in this country, with
possibly one or two exceptions, and
yet is making a pTofit.
It is unwise to give franchises or
exclusive rights for a'term of years,
as witness the recent purchase at
largely more than its value of the
Ocala .water plant, solely because its
franchise ran five years longer, and
to the city's detriment. V
Another -reason against contracts,
is that the lowest offer to the city,
of electric current two years agio,
was 3c. per -K W, now the offer is
2c. per K W, and soon, perhaps, it
will be lc. per K W. ' ;
The figures of Mr. Tucker and Mr.
Twombley for the erection of a new
plant show the possibilities of pro
ducing current at its beginning for
24c. tox 2'c. per K W and with the
combined plant, by utilizing power
for pumping water, at periods night
and day, when the electric load is
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Proiits S 83,000.00
Total Resources, 8675,000.00
With ample resources we are prepared to care
for the business needs of the public.
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ownership or ; independ
If the merchants of Ocala would
join forces with the merchants of
Palatka, they could have a schooner
line bringing freight from New York
to Palatka the year around. A
schooner could land freight in Pa Palatka
latka Palatka for CO per cent of what the
cost would be by ocean steamer to
Jacksonville, and the Ocala North Northern
ern Northern and the Oklawaha boats could
'bring it on to Ocalaand points be between
tween between at rates greatly lower than
are p-nfd now. Canned goods, nails
and other 'hardware, -roofing v and
other goods that do not have to
move swiftly,1 could be brought with
great advantage by this line; also,
there are many tilings that could be
shipped out in return. Such an en enterprise
terprise enterprise needs only concerted and
sustained effort to make it a success.
IS AN INVESTMENT
Clearwater Sun: The commission commissioners
ers commissioners of Marion county have just add added
ed added a quarter mill tax to the years'
budget, the money' thus -derived to
be spent In advertising the county.
This is the oest application of the
countys' money that Marion county
ever made. It is an Investment.
.nine miles from Ocala. The young
-man In"--the "center .of -'the picture is
-Charlie Mulhall, and while' Duval latest, the power would always be
soil has its virtues we doubt that it work' thereby greatly educing the
can duplicate cabbage or any other
products of the Carmichael farm.
This farm is almost too well known
,to print scenes from it as being tak
en in another part, of the state.
'The people of Umatilla, an enter enterprising
prising enterprising little town in Lake ccuhty,
three or four, miles from ; the south south-iPnstprn
iPnstprn south-iPnstprn hmmdarv of Marion. are
. 4. i, rt0f1 v,.m by its ;volume, may reduce the i cost
nnTlmrs in nn.Vfi rt nft IOZ road DUllt I J 1
by the Rent Lumber Co. continued r all current produced, to the man-
cost of operation
If current be purchased at the
switch board,. the city must stand ajl
line Josse3 of current and maintain
a superintendent and corps of line linemen.'
men.' linemen.' : " ;
If current be purchased at 2c. no
lower rate can be offered manufactur manufacturers,
ers, manufacturers, but with a city plant, a lower
rate, can perhaps be offered which,
to their town.
connects with the Ocala Northern; at
Silver Springs, crosses the Oklawaha
at Sharpens Ferry, and runs several
miles into the forests to the east of
Ihe Oklawaha. Umatilla is twenty
miles from its terminus', thru an easy
country, rich in timberand turpen turpentine,
tine, turpentine, and in easy reach of .much good
farming land and pretty lakes.
Umatilla is a pretty town in a favor favored
ed favored region of farm lands and orange
groves. The extension of this road
would be a good investment for cap- electric light plant, but wants to see
liai. the mant. not only owned ana oper
ated, but the source of supply owned
and controlled by the city the peo-
There is no merit in either of the
bids for "furnishing current, sufficient
for the, council to even consider can can-cellins
cellins can-cellins the orders heretofore given
to it at the water works bond elec
tion, to buy or build a water plant
combined with the electric plant.
; Louis It. Chazal.
, Z. C. Chambliss.
As is well known, the Star is not
in favor of the city lettm
sMr. F. M. Runnells, secretary of
Brdnson Times-Democrat: A very
pretty wedding- was solemnized at
: 30 o'clock at. the First Methodist
church, when Rev. John Evans
Hartsfield of Gainesrllle e& to the
altar, Miss Annie Kennedy Sale, the
beautiful and accomplished daugh
ter of Mrs. Annie C. Sale of this
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You've saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore Is $3$4.t5 and a 25c coupon straight
ens 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
S5 coupon book, but it would S3re you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL. )
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Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for; the Star you can "Eat your, cake and keep it too' j
if you take advantage of ourt MERCHANTS CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and get a bodk. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the. Weekly
Star, come in and do it now, and get a coupon book. You can 6end yo r remittance by registered
letter, check or express money order, .and coupon 'book will be mailed to your address.
(Ml1 M TO)
2) 1L tML
Ocala, Floria d
fink rjn!npsville board of trade, con-
aiders that the government weather P- There may not be a great differ-
observation etations at Jacksonville, ence or profit to the city in opera t-Tampa-
and Pensacola have a great ing the plant under present, condi condi-advantage
advantage condi-advantage over those in other cities tions, when a two 'cent rate per kw,
oecause their thermometers are sixty or possibly a little lower can be had
or seventy feet from the ground, at the switchboard but under im
This difference in altitude, he says, proved conditions, a different and
Tnakes a considerable difference in new plant, possibly different fuel,
the weather reports, to the disad- and as the above article suggests, by
vantage of the cities whose ther- possibly combining the. water and
noineters are near the street level, light plants, we believe there will be
:md whose reports in consequence such a saving in the future; such
show higher temperature during the a reduction in the cost of current
lieated months. Consequently, he that we would be everlastingly sorry
wants the boards of trade through- that we had let any part of the bus-
out the state to take the matter up iness out of our hands. In the fu
'with Congressman Clark, .with a ture, when we have occasion to sup
cri- ha vin- oil o-nvprnmpTit. ob- nlv Dower in large quantities for
serrations taken at street level. The manufacturing purposes tnis mignt
'Star thinks this a highly unnecessary be easily made a great inducement
, ... i m 1 1 !i. 1 J n f r a
move, if Gainesville or any otner ana mucn oi it supyneu at a uat uat-tjyym
tjyym uat-tjyym thinks its temperature is being tion above cost to the city, coming
Legislation dealing with tubercul
osis (has been enacted in 4 8 states and
territories of the United States, ac
cording to a comprehensive bulle
tin on this subject soon to be publish
ed by The National Association for
the study and prevention of tubercul
osis. Only In the states of Arizona,
Idaho, Nevada, Wyoming and Alas
ka, has the subject been given no
Sta,te tuberculosis sanatoria to the
number of 42 have been established
in 33 different states. Special Jaws
providing for the establishment of
local hospitals by municipalities or
counties have been passed In 14
states. In 34 states laws are in force
providing for the reporting and reg registration
istration registration of living peases of tubercul
osis, in rour states, .ew York, .ew
Jersey, Wisconsin, (and JMinniesota,
special laws have been enacted giv
ing state and local health authori
ties power to remove and detain tu tuberculosis
berculosis tuberculosis persons who onenace the
health of their families or associ associates.
ates. associates. Six states, Illinois, Iowa, Miss Missouri,
ouri, Missouri, Minnesota, New York, -and Tex Texas
as Texas have laws which give the people
the privilege of voting at general or
special elections on the establish establishments
ments establishments of county or 'municipal tuber tuberculosis
culosis tuberculosis hospitals. Massachusetts,
Minnesota, New Jersey, Wisconsin,
and Washington grant subsidies
ranging from $3.00 to $5.00 per week
to sucn local Hospitals. Laws pro prohibiting
hibiting prohibiting spitting in public places
have been enacted in more than 20
Commenting on the problem of
state legislation as it affects the pre
vention of tuberculosis. The Nation
al Assiciation for the study and pre
vention of tuberculosis says. A law
providing for the reporting and reg-
isrtation of every living case of tu
berculosis is fundemental to. any
thoroughgoing campaign against the
disease. Without a knowledge of the
location of every case of tuberculosis
the disease cannot be controlled.. Of
equal importance also is legislation
which gives cities, towns and coun counties
ties counties the authority to establish and
maintain local hospitals for tuber tuberculosis
culosis tuberculosis Is a local problem. Every Everything
thing Everything possible should be -done to pro provide
vide provide institutions easy of access es especially
pecially especially for advanced cases."
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even-
ngs In each, month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
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We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and whlc
you ought to have? We believe you are. Most of our customers z
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But if there is anything wror
In our relations we want to know It NOW, so we can do our part
straightening it out before the rush days come.
OeaEa Ice k PaeMnug COo j
Rivers the Men's OutfitteT In the
Harrington Hall block has an at attractive
tractive attractive proposition in neckwear. Ask
him about it. 7-8-4t.
CAPITAL STOCK 350,000.00.
Slale, County and City Depository.
We can repair your om Furniture,
make those old discarded pieces look
good and give a let more service and
the price will be reasonable. E. C.
Jordan & Co. 7-6-tf
The Management of DR. McCLAN
Medical, Surgical, 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 and will be ru.
strictly ethlcai lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE. 332
Lim uOALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1011
w W T
l" A A.
f All Kind.
Puiis for all
For Boad Work at all
Marine Construction and
(fs H (La 'wL
antic Coast Line
$39.05 New York. N. Y.
$51.45 Buffalo, N. Y.
$30.05 Philadelphia, Pa.
$47.55 Chicago, 111.
$46.55 Detroit, Mich.
$37.05 Cincinnati, Ohio.
$35.55 Louisville, Ky.
$41.80 St. Louis, Mo.
$62.05 Denver, Col.
$93.55 San Francisco, Cal.
$110.05 Portland, Ore.
VD DAILY". LLAIIT OCTOBER 31.
"or Information and reservations
1 on any A. C. L. ticket agent, or
J. G. IvIRIOjAND,
i-Division Passenger Agent,
j- Tampa, Fla-
FOSFATE J FLORIDA
How It was Discovered, Its Diffemt
Forms and Locations
Capt J. F. LeBaron of the United
States army, while employed, in IS S I
by the government, in making a pre preliminary
liminary preliminary survey for a canal, uniting
the had waters of the St. Johns river river-and
and river-and Charlotte harbor, was attracted
by the numerous water-worn pebbles
and fragments of bone, in the bed of
Peace river. It is said, that a num number
ber number of barrels of the material were
collected by him, and sent to the
Smithsonian institute, where it was
examined, under the direction of
Prof. Baird, who became much inter interested
ested interested itfthe collection, and at once
made efforts to have a complete geo geological
logical geological survey made of the river and
the adjacent country. His plans,
however, for some reason, were nev never
er never carried out. The importance of
the discovery eeemed to have been
fully realized by Capt. LeBaron; but
having been called away on other
duties he was unable to make fur further
ther further investigation.
Returning in 1886, after an ab absence
sence absence of five years, he made a more
ex-tensive examination of the river riverbed,
bed, riverbed, and reported the result of his
investigation to a party of northern
capitalists, whom he wished to in interest
terest interest in the deposits. His plan for
purchasing a large tract on the
Peace river for the purpose of min mining
ing mining phosphate, did not meet the ap approval
proval approval of the capitalists, and his pro project
ject project was finally abandoned.
About this 'time, Col. G. W. Scott,
of Atlanta, who was interested in the
manufacture of commercial fertilizer,
.hearing of these phosphate beds
at once had the deposits investigated
and as a Tesult, he purchased a large
area of land along the Peace river.
Shortly after this, T. S. Moorehead,
of Pennsylvania, made. a similar pur
chase on the rivera in the vicinity of
Arcadia, and began mining operations
the following spring. In May 1SS8,
the first shipment of Florida phos phosphate
phate phosphate was made from these works
consigned to the G. W. Scott Manu Manufacturing
facturing Manufacturing Co., of Atlanta, Ga. Other
shipments soon followed; new com companies
panies companies were quickly; organized; min mining
ing mining machinery was purchased and, in
a comparatively short time, Peace
river became the seat of very active
About 'the first of May, 1888, Mr.
A.lbertus Vogt, while having a well
put down at Dunnellon in Marion
county, discovered a peculiar rock,
which he submitted to Dr. R. R.
Snowden, of Ocala, for examination.
A chemical analysis of the specimen
showed, that it contained over 76 per
to further examination -of the rocks,
in the vicinity of Dunnellon, result
ing in the discovery of an extensive
deposit of phosphate. Prospecting
now became general, and almost the
entire western" coast of Florida from
Tallahassee to Charlotte harbor was
soon found to have rich beds of
The Florida phosphates occur in
the form of pebbles and water-worn
grains, or as hard or soft rock. The
former are found in the beds of
streams; also on land, where they
are of a light-gray or very dark color
and vary in size up to three inches in
diameter. Associated with them, are
of limited extent, either as small no nodules
dules nodules or large bowlders, embedded
in a clay, or sandy matrix. These
deposits sometimes extend to the
depth of fifty or sixty feet, where
in vuntuct wua me eroa eroa-;
; eroa-; ed surface of the Eocene limestone,
which underlies much, if not all, of
the 'phosphate region.
The age, to which the phosphate
themselves belong, has not yet been
fully decided. However, it probably
belongs to the early Miocene, or late
DEAFNESS CAINOT BE CURED
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 inflamation
can be taken out and this tube re-! one else
stored 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
UNJUST ID EFFICIENT
Criticism of the Road Tax ly A.
Martel, July S. 1914.
Editor Star: I would like to ask the
favor of space in your paper to regis register
ter register a kick.
The kick is aimed at the read tax
law, a most unjust and inefficient
piece of legislation. I would like to
say here, let us find who Is responsi responsible
ble responsible for this and see that he gets no
more chance of doing any more of
the like mischief.
This daw is unjust in that it dis discriminates
criminates discriminates against the individual, and
is in favor of the corporations, in
favor of those who gain the most
benefit from good roads, and Incident Incident-ly
ly Incident-ly do them more damage than any
For instance the Ocala
Manufacturing Company's leg wag wagons.
ons. wagons. It is unjust In that It exempts
those 'who pay taxes on city property
(even tho they may be residing in the
catarrh l that net n n rf ho fiirar1 V v
Wall's natarrh pr Con fny Hr,,. I 'hold that the residents of the
lars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., cities should assist In the upbuild-
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
'ing of the roads in their district, wit
ness the automobile traffic, witness
Adv. ne Ocala-Dunnellon hard road, a
road whose primary and almost sole
CUT FLOWEItS purpose is to unite -the two cities
ASTERS FOR SALE I wbose populations are exempt from
. ; the road tax.
Lonz stem. 40 opnts nPr dozen and unjust in -mat it nas an vage
ner hunrlrprr! Rhnrt stom ?n fpnts exemption clause. There should belt
WE STRI-E TO MAKE A HIT EVERY TIME WE C03IE TO BAT
OLD DOBBIN RUNS THE BASES FOR US AND MAKES 3IANX A
Pure Guava Jellj, Pure Orange 3Iarmalade, Pure Preserved Figs,
Beechnut Crab Apple Jelly, Beechnut Peach Jam, Beech Beech-j
j Beech-j 9 nut Apple Jelljr, Glace Pineapple, Ginger and Knm-
quats in tins.
Twenty-One" Pounds of Sugar tor $1 with SI Cash Purchase of other
Groceries on Saturday and Monday Only.
J. L. SMITH GROCERY COMPANY 1
per doz. and $2 per hundred, Heintz,(no ae exemption.
the Florist. Cash please. 7-4-5t
HOUSES FOR RENT
Apply to S. H. CHRISTIAN, cor corner
ner corner of Osceola and -Washington
When you want PURE MILK
AND 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
VHITYORTH & FOLKS, Props
BEST DIARRHOEA REMEDY
If you have ever used Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy you. know that it is a suc-
It is unjust in its tnethod of col
lection. It should be collected
through the tax collector's office, the
only common sense way.
It is Tinjust in that the tax Is on
all alike, the poor negro with his
I 'broken down wagon and scarecrow
j plug is taxed as heavily as the saw
mill owner or turpentine operator
(and the latter most surely exempt
on account of his city investments.)
Now I will not say much In re
gard to the inefficiency of the law.
cess. Sam F. Guin, hatley, Ala., ( That requires a practical demonstra-
writes, "I had measles and got.. nn, m ...
caught out iA the rain, and it settled ,'ti(?n and you .can get that if you
in my stomach and bowels. I had" loiiow up tue road worKing
an' awful time, and had it not been ; gangs, only I will say. that the $3
for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera andcash exemption is an excessively
Diarrhoea Remedy I could not possi-r. tnti voloftn rt o.t,t
w.vn J a w i,n., iJh valuation on the eight days
er,vbut thanks to this 1 remedy, I am
work the Jaw requires if it is ren-
now well and strong."
For sale byidered in actual work.
NOTICE OF ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
To Whom it May Concern: This
is to certify that I have this day
placed in the city pound the follow following
ing following described animals which have
been found running at large within
the corporate limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
One red cowr and calf marked up upper
per upper square in one ear, undersquare
in other; one red; cow marked crop
and split in both ears, brand E. L.;
one black heifer marked undersquare
in. right ear, undersquare and under-
bit in left.
The owners thereof, or' their
agents, and all whom it may con concern,
cern, concern, are hereby notified that if the
animals are not claimed and all ex expenses
penses expenses of taking and impounding
thereof are not paid within three
We need good roads no one
can deny -that; let someone envolve a
plan whereby we can" have them, on only
ly only don't let anyone deceive them themselves
selves themselves into thinking that we can
have them without a heavy Increase
in taxation only let the taxation be
levied justly and expended in a way
that will produce Tisible and last lasting
ing lasting results. A. Cuthill.
Pianos at Factory Prices
The Chase Brothers, Krell,
Adam Schaaf Chase-Hackly, 1
Carlisle and Royal Piano
, Easy Payments
Gainesville, - Florida
the same to the highest and best
bidder, said sale to take place be
tween the hours of 11 a. m. and 3 p.
m., on said day at the city pound in
Ocala, Fla. W.F.Adams,
Marshal City of Ocala.
This July Sth, 1914. 7-10-lt
Advertise in the STAR, for results
The flew Baby
Jlvery tiny infant makes life's pers perspective
pective perspective wider and brighter. And what whatever
ever whatever there Is to en
hance its arrival and
to ease and comfort
the expectant mother
should be given at attention.
tention. attention. Among the
real helpful things
is an external ab abdominal
dominal abdominal application
known a? "Mother's
Friend." It is so
well thousrht of bv
V aen that most drug stores through-bl.-N
the United States carry "Mother's
jFmnd" as one of their staple and reli reliable
able reliable remedies. It is applied to the
jabdominal muscles to relieve the strain
Ion ligaments and tendons.
J In a little book are described more
Ifully the many reasons -why "Mother's
Friend" has been a friend indeed to
women for more than two generations.
Thi3 book was prepared not only to aid
the inexperienced but to enable so many
women to have at hand the timely hints,
suggestions and helps in concise and
neatly printed form for ready reference.
It should be in all homes. "Mother's
Friend" may be had of almost any drug druggist
gist druggist but If you fail to find it write us di direct
rect direct and also write for book to Bradfleld
Regulator Co., 03 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta,
days from date hereof, to-wit: On
numerous bones of the.elephant, the j the 13th day of July, 1914, I will sell
mastodon, the shark, the alligator,
etc., all ainited by a sandy or clay
matrix into a .more or less compact
stratum. The land pebbles have
nearly always an overburden of sand
or lay of various thicknesses, the
removal of -which, frequently adds
greatly to the cost of mining, and is
one of the most important points, to
take Into' consideration in estimat estimating
ing estimating the value of a deposit. The pebble-phosphate
is confined principally
to Polk, DeSoto, Hillsborough and
Manatee counties, nvhere v they are
know to underlie a large tract of
country; but only a small part of toe
total area can probably be worked
with profit, on account of the thick-
ness of the bed, and the great depth
of the oyerburden. The percentage
of calcium phosphate is always high,
usually running from 60 to SO per
The hard and soft" rock-phosphate,
vvhiih differ from each other, prin
cipally In their physical conditions,
are frequently found associated to
gether, in the same deposit, and have
evidently had a common origin. They
appear to reach their greatest devel-
All tires and tubes sold; at the
establishment of "Davies the tire
man" from July 1, will be sold only
for CASH, but with a
opment in the neighborhood of Dun-
neuon, aitnougn vaiuaoie deposits,
which are now extensively worked.
occur in the counties, both north and
south of this point. The physical
structure of the hard rock-phosphate
is variable. It may be either lami
nated, concretionary, or compact;
and it frequently resembles, very
closely limestone, or some of the va
nities of flint, which are associated
with it. The prevailing color is white
or light gray; but a close approxi
mation to Mack and other colors, be
rsides white and light gray are to be
seen. It occurs in pockets or ibeds,
Mrn.Sadle P. Clawson, Indiana,
Pa., was bothered with Indigestion.
"My 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.
Wc Malic Them Tired
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can approach us in the thoroughness
and excellence of our motor car re repairing.
pairing. repairing. Our skill comes from actual
practical knowledge gained in the
business, hence our rapid work is al always
ways always better than you will find done
elsewhere, while our charges are
.lower than others 'make. Better
find out our style of doing work.
17 N. Main St.
Ol'KN Alili NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first clas
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
By Being Constantly Supplied With
McDuff, Va. "I suffered for several
years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, o!
this place, "with sick headache, and
Ten years ago a friend told me to try
Thedford's Black-Draught, which I did:,
and 1 found it to be the best family medi medicine
cine medicine for young and old.
I keep Black-Draught on hand all the
time now, and when my children feel a
little bad, they ask me for a dose, and il
does them more good than any medicine
they ever tried.
We never have a Ions: spell of sick
ness in our family, since we commenced
Thedford's Black-Draught is purely
vegetable, and has been found to regu
late weak stomachs, aid digestion, re
lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick i stomach, and similai
It has been in constant use for more
than 70 years, and has benefited more
than a million people.
Your druecist sells and recommends
Black-Draught. Price only 25c. Get a
Dackage to-day. N. C 123
FIN- YOUR FAITH TO OCALA.
20 Per Cent. Real Estate Investment.
Docs this Look Good to You?
Two small four-room tenement houses, in good
condition, lot large .enough for two more nouses,
in colored section, just west of S. A- L- Railway,
on South 3d street, now 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
Ions on the market at this price.
' rr- lAf niTTH Real Estate and Fire Insurance
r. VV. L-M I I W,
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 23, O. E.
meets at Yone's hail tne second ani
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
Bo you ever have trouble 'with
your machine "Breaklnsr. "SKip-
ing" or "Drawing." It generally in
the needle. Our man will call and
fit the correct needle 25c a doz.
Parts and attachments supplied for
every known make. We fix 'em too,
10 years experience. All workguar workguar-anteed.
anteed. workguar-anteed. We. live here. E. C. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan & Co. 7-6-tf.
6EST pasture, 304. vm8Uvbest stock
IXYAIj ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. O. M.t
r.eets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
isiting brethren always welcoma to
the lodge and club house, on Mag Magnolia,
nolia, Magnolia, street near postofflce.
J. D. Rooney, dictator.
Own your own come Dy Duylng a
modern bungalow on easy terms of
the Ocala Lumber & Supply Com Company.
pany. Company. 5-15-tf
There's Nothing Better Than the Best
And that's the reason vhy,
When for the best you are in quest.
You'll1 not pass by, but will stop and buy
- them here.
OCALA rUBLIC LIBRARY
Advertise in the Star of results.
Open daily except Sunday from 3
to 5 p: m. Board of Trade rooms,
Ocala House biocz.
Louise E. Gamsby, Librarian.
Ask Rivers the Men's Outfitter
about that neckwear deal. 7-8-4t
When cleaning out your trunks
and chiffonier drawers, packing away
clothes for a trip or for the summer,
save the clean cotton rags and bring
them to the Star office and turn them
Into cash, whether you have five or
a hundred pounds. tf
rHE OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, JULY 11. 1914
i f' i
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
Edwin Swain Delighted the Audience
Music lovers of Ocala had the
pleasure last evening of enjoying one
of the finest musical programs that
nas ueen given m the city m some
time. The artist was Mr.. Edwin
Swain of Muneie, Ind., and Xevv
York, who gave a eong recital at
the Temple theater at 8:30 o'clock
under the auspices of the Woman's
Club. Ocalans'Were accorded the
privilege of hearing this magnificent
baritone voice, which is gradually
gaining the recognition necessary to
place its possessor in the group of
America's foremost singers, for the
first time last summer and the priv privilege
ilege privilege of bearing it again this summer
Is under the same .circumstances.
The parents of "Mr. Swain, Mr. and
&Irs. E. H. Swain, are Marion county
residents and annually their son
visits them at their Anthony home.
Otherwise the opportunity of hear hearing
ing hearing the gifted singer would not be
offered to our people.
Almost quite as much an artist,
considering her youthful years, as
the singer, was his accompanist, Miss
. Ethel 'Haycraft, who ably assisted
Mr. Swain all through the evening.
The accompaniments, many very
difficult, required much skill and the
playing of them displayed to ad van t-
age tli e pretty young musician's
capability as a 'pianist.
The Woman's Club was disappoint disappointed
ed disappointed in the size of the audience, there
being Jess than two hundred at attendants,
tendants, attendants, but among those present
keenest interest had been displayed
in the coming attraction and the an anticipation
ticipation anticipation of the public was more
'Chan equalled by the realization of
the artist's wonderful talent as dis displayed
played displayed in last evening's presentation.
.The entire program was extremely
well rendered and from the he he-ginning
ginning he-ginning to the end the.-audience re responded
sponded responded enthusiastically.
The first group of numbers given
"by the vocalist included "Had a
Horse," a Hungarian melody ;by 'Kor 'Kor-ay,
ay, 'Kor-ay, "My Laddie," a Scotch' melody
by. Thayer, "Banjo Song," a negro
;melody by Homer and Squire's Eng Eng-r
r Eng-r li&h melody, "Three for Jack" Vith
' Jean" for an encore.
3Ir. Swain was in exceptionally
' Sood, voice and captivated 'his au-
'uum-B juuiearaieiy. nis aDOunamg
" temperament was clearly displayed in
"his first songs, and the extensive
- -compass of !his voice was shown in
the two last songs. There is an in individual
dividual individual quality in his voice that
trcas particularly, well shown in the
t second group of songs, including an
"Italian Tnumberv from Faust, "Dio
rioiSseTiti," by Gounod and (two Ger-
-man numners, "Acn uroiie oy cnu-
smann -and "Abeustern" f roha Tann Tann-i&juser
i&juser Tann-i&juser by Wagner. 'Mr. Swain's
Writone voice was at its 'best in the
Jtalian number, where foe seemed
mudh at liome. His interpretation
of the selection as well as of the
others, was a very praiseworthy one
and it took, the audience by storm.
As an encore !he gave "My Hosary,"
which made the usual strong appeal,
ilr. Swain's final 'number was a
.SToarp of four 'English spngs. They
;were "I Hear You Calling Me," by
Marshall, "I Cannot Help Loving
Thee" -by Johns, Gatty "Bendemeers
Stream" and 'Huhn's "Invictus." The
first number of the series was partic
ularly pleasing and showed a melod-
lous jvoice of unusual brilliance. The
artist generously responded-to the
encoTe with "1 Cannot Sing the Old
Songs." The second number was
utrffiviiv wrnrptfvd All nf the
latter selections, including three
-extras, along with the former num-
"hers, showed 'an individuality and
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versatility of interpretation that
evoked great applause.
The concert was a treat to the peo people
ple people of the city who had the pleasure
of hearing the artist, for not cnly
has Mr. Swain a wonderful voice but
he has a fine stage presence and a
personality that 'makes friends of
his hearers. Financially the concert
was not a success but otherwise it
was a tremendous success.
A Keautiful Reception in Arcadia
The following Reception descrip description
tion description sent from Arcadia and appear appearing
ing appearing in Friday's Times-Union will be
of interest to the host of friends
here of a former Ocala family:
One of the most brilliant soo'al
events of the season was the recep reception
tion reception for Mr. and Mrs. John W. Peiot
given by Mr.' Felot's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Pelot, last Friday
evening, in the DeSoto hotel parlors.
The spacious parlors were taste tastefully
fully tastefully decorated with bamboo, ferns
and banks of cut flowers. The ligius
were shaded with clusters of pink
chrysanthemums with the chande chandeliers
liers chandeliers draped in green and twined
with asparagus fern, carrying out
the color scheme of pink and green.
Between the hours of S:30 and
10 o'clock the parlors were fillqfd
with friends of the host and hosted.
At the head of the stairs the guess
were met by Mrs. W. C. Appling and
at the door of the reception room by
Mrs. W. C. Cooper and Mrs. John
King, who' invited them into the par parlors,
lors, parlors, where they were met ,by Mrs. J.
A. Simmons and. presented to the re receiving
ceiving receiving line which included Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Pelot and Mr. and Mrs.
John W. Pelot.
They were then invited by Mrs. E.
F. Ley to the punch bowl where de delicious
licious delicious fruit punch was served by
Mrs. Hugh Jones. Mrs. J. A. -Cranberry
and 'Miss Dora Williams then
conducted them into the sun parlor
where they were served with refresh refreshments
ments refreshments consisting of pink pineapple
ice,-pink and green (mints, salted al almonds
monds almonds and angel food cake in
squares iced in pink with a green P
on each square. Misses M. E. Ley,
Florence (Ley, May Kerley and Fran Fran-cene
cene Fran-cene Dunshe, an attractive bevy of
young girls, assisted in serving. Mr.
and Mrs. Pelot were assisted in en entertaining
tertaining entertaining their guests iby their
daughters, Misses Carrie and Dora
instrumental music was iurnisnea
aunng rne evening, inierspersea wiia
t m I l L I
several solos oy uvirs. u. t;. .ucuer-
mond, aiccompanled by Miss Florence
Lee, at the piano. .
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Mrs. v. A. jfeiot was nanas(?me:y
gowned in cream shk snaapw iace
over cream satin made eh train e and
trimmed with pearls. She carried
an arm bouquet of Killarney roses.
Mrs. jonn vv. reiot was loveiy in
canary phiffon over yellow satin
trimmed with real lace and pearls
and carried an arm bouquet of Kill-
Miss Pelot was beautifully gown-
ed in blue cnarmeuse witn an over
drapery of pink chiffon.
Miss Dora Jfeiot wore a ioeiy
gown of yellow crepe de chene with
an over drapery of white chiffon
bordered in pink roses and trimmed
in pink rose 'buds.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Pelot, who
were married in Pennsylvania a few
weeks ago, have just returned from
eir wedding trip" in the north and
" make Arcaaia tneir :nome.
Rt. Rev. M. J. Curley, bishop of
St. Augustine, will arrive in Ocala
Monday afternoon. Mass will be eel-
ebrated Tuesday morning at
o'cloqk at St. Philips Catholic church
While in Ocala Bishop Curley will be
the guest of Mr. Louis R. Chazal.
ATr. R S. A'hbntt. returned vester-
dav from a visit of a weekvto Bush-
xMr. S. R. Whaley is expected home
tomorrow from a fortnight visit to
relatives in Washington.
Blanche Whaley, fvho accompanied
her father, will not return home but
will go on to Matjison to visit rela
tives and to await her another and
sister's arrival on Wednesday.
Miss Fanny Robinson will leave
shortlv for Pablo Beach to enjoy a
fortnight sojourn with friends.
Mr. Guy Zewadski is the week
end guest of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, arriving this
afternoon from Tampa.
Mrs. V. C. Detterich has received
many compnmenis on me preuo
cake she made for Export to
France. It iwas a chocolate layer
kf and made in the shape or a
heart. Those who saw it pronounced
it perfect in every way. It was pre prepared
pared prepared especially for a friend of the
Messrs. Nicholas and John Helntz in
Marseilles, France, their native home
and will be delivered by Father Bot Bot-tolacio,
tolacio, Bot-tolacio, who left yesterday for a visit
to France, Spain, Italy and Switzer Switzerland.
land. Switzerland. Mrs. Detterich was selected
from a number of experts to make
this cake and she feels very highly
St. Augustine Record: Following
the example set by so many young
people during the past few months,
Raymond DeWitt Hill and Miss An Annie
nie Annie Louise Schoefiin were quietly
married last night, much to the sur surprise
prise surprise of many friends and relatives.
The ceremony was performed by
Rev. D. H. Rutter, pastor of the Grace
M. E. church. The bride is a daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Schoefiin, of
Jacksonville, and has visited here in
St. Augustine on many occasions.
She has been a student at the State
College for Women in Tallahassee
during the past year.
The groom is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Hill, and has lived all his
life here in St. Augustine. He is
an employee in the mechanical de department
partment department "of the Florida East Coast
Railway. Mr. and Mrs. Hill will
make their home for the present
with the groom's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Hill,-on Riberia street.
Mrs. S. IT. Blitch ,left today-
to join her younger son, Mr. Loonis
Blitch, at Chester, S. C, and to
gether they wuL-tpend some time
visiting relatives in the Palmeito
Mrs. S. H. Blitch and daughter.
Miss Legie, son Landis, and their
young friend, 'Mr. Roland Wilkinson,
came in yesterday afternoon to see
the ball game.
Mrs. R. R. Carroll and daughter
Merris, and Miss Leontine Ramsaur
went to St. Petersburg today. Mrs.
Carroll and daughter will spend a
week or two with her sisters, Mrs.
Ramsaur and 'Mrs. Hannah and
father, Mr. T. J. Yonce. Miss Leon Leon-tine
tine Leon-tine Ramsaur, Mrs. Carroll's niece,
spent two months with her aunt in
Ocala and has made many friends
among the young people, with whom
she is very popular.
Mrs. Rossie Yonge and son Ellis,
came down last night from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to pay a visit to her father and
imother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Yonge. Mrs. Yonge's two little
daughters, Frances and Dot, have
been here for the past ten days with
iDr and Mr. Ti xr slaughter and
two ndren were visitors from. Le-
Jlsa i&e x,ang has, return
ed fTom a visit of several weeks with
Teiatives in Gainesville.
Among the out of town attendants
at the Swain concert last eve-
w,ro xr. and Mrs. El H. Swain.
parents of Mr. Swain, and Mrs. Wes-
lev Meadows of Anthony.
,Mrs AnniP Stroud is the jruest of
Miss Frances1 Tarver. coming in
,from williston this afternoon. She
was accompanied by Miss Jennie Lee
Rivers 0f Jacksonville, who will go
t0 Anthony in a day or two to visit
before returning home.
On account of the rain lasting sev
eral hours yesterday afternoon, the
monthly business (meeting of Dicki
son Chapter, U. D. C.r which was
to have been held at 4 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. E. L. Carney, had to
Mclver & laclay
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be postponed until August.- On a
count vfa quorum not being pres present.
ent. present. The members rwho braved the
weather, however, spent a most de delightful
lightful delightful afternoon 'with the hostess,
enjoying- about l,5 o'clock a tempting
salad course. Miss Joste Williams
extended an invitation to the chapter
to meet with her next time.
Dr. and Mrs. 1. R- Handley and
son Tom left today fxr.-Jacksonville
to spend the week end, after which
the former will return home and the
two latter will go to Atlanta for an
indefinite stay. Miss Pauline Coul Coulter
ter Coulter of Atlanta, who has been Mrs.
HandleyV guest since early spring,
will visit Miss Edith 'Williams for a
few days before returning home.
Mr. Landis Blitch and guest, Mr.
Roland Wilkinson of St. Petersburg,
will he numbered among the B..Y.
P. U. encampers at Lake City next
Mrs. Mershon has gone to White
Springs to visit her son for several
Mr. and Mrs. TenEyck' and son
Hubert returned with Mr. and Mrs.
H. A.' Boley in their car this week
from Ocala. They will be the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Boley for two months
and in the meantime the crowd will
take a vacation on the beach. De-
Mrs. E.C. Bennett and son Leon
ard, came up from the lake this
morning and will return on the eve
ning train accompanied by Mr. Ben-
Mrs. Mary Priest and son, Mr
David Moon, were business visitors
today from Dunnellon. 'Mr. Moon is
one of Marion county's youngest law
yers, having graduated from Stetson
University last spring. While in the
r.ftv thev were firuests of Mrs.
Priest's sister Mrs. R. S. Abbott
15. Y. P. U. EXCAP3IEXT
The Baptist yonng people of Flor
ida meet in their third annual en encampment
campment encampment at Lake City July 12-17.
There will be a large delegation
from the Ocala Baptist church. The
annual address will be delivered by
the Rev. Bunyan Stephens.
Ledgers, journals, figuring pad3
all kinds, of blank books at Thej
ray Company". 7-10-Ct J
VARxVISH OF MANY COLORS
FMoirs, f iFiMlliire mi
v Mmm Firaisliiis
Train leave Ocala 8 A. M.
Returning Leave Palatka at 5:30 P. M.
Motor Boat Races and Baseball will b
Among the Attractions.
RomiM TFip firomm Ocala 75 cents
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We set the highest standard of materials and workmanship for
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Aside from our perfect out-put, you will make a saving dealing
with us. We are near you, thus transportation is cheaper and
time on deliveries saved.
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THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1914
Are Yews' Ha
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by a chronic disease cctnTi? to woman-
kind? You feel dull he.nisushny? Back Backache,
ache, Backache, pains here and there dizziness cr
perhaps hct fishes? There's nothing you
can accomplish nothing: you can enjoy 1
There's no good re&&cn for it because
you can find permanent relief ia
Mrs. Fannie II. Brent, of Bryant, Nelson Co., Va., writes: "I believe I had
evervpam a1" ache a woman could have, ray back waa weak, ana i sutierea witn
nervfjisness and could not Bleep at night. Suffered with sorenes3 in my right
hiprand every month would have spelte and have to stay in bed. I have taken
eitrht bottles of vour 'Favorite Prescription' and one vial of vuar 'Pleasant Pellets'.
Can now do my work for six in family, and feel like a new woman. I think
it is the best medicine in the world for women. I recommend it to el my xnen03
and many of them have been greatly benefited J?y it.
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Dr. PIEHCES IJL52ASANT PELLETS
Itelieve Liver Ills!
WHEN YOU USE OUR HARDWARE ONCE YOU WILL
COME BACK AGAIN FOR THE SAME SORT OF STUFF.
TJIERE IS "STYLE" IN OUR BUILDERS' HARDWARE ALSO.
AND THE "PRICE" IS AS LOW AS GOOD STUFF CAN" BE.
REMEMBER, OUR HARDWARE STANDS II AR WEAR.
Phone ilB, '" .Ocala, Fla.
f I '-
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW ttj&.
Planned for the Near Future by the
Sons of Confederate
The Sons of Coiffederate Veterans
jheld a well attended meeting at the
courthouse Friday evening. Com Commander
mander Commander Harris presided and Adju Adjutant
tant Adjutant Gary took the notes.
A welcome visitor to the camp was
Mr. C. H. Spencer of Tampa, com commander
mander commander of the fourth brigade.
The following new members were
enrolled: J. G. Glass, W. H. Dodge,
R. S. Hall, Earl Hall and J. P.. Gallo Galloway
way Galloway of Ocala, H. T. Hall of Lowell,
Sam Slack of Martin and A. C. Walk Walk-up
up Walk-up of Mcintosh.
It was resolved that the camp
should have another social session,
which will be held in the Woman's
Club rooms, Friday evening, August
7. The first entertainment, given in
April, was a great social success, and
the members of the camp, their re-
1 lations and friends, will look for-
ward with pleased anticipation to the
It is appropriate here to mention
the statewide appointments of Gen-
i'eral Harriss, who as the Star an-
, nounced some weeks ago, is division
! commander for the state, which de
served promotion is an honor to
Ocala as well as to him. The ap appointments
pointments appointments are as follows:
W. T. Gary, Ocala', adjutant gen general.
eral. general. W. H. Dodge, Ocala, historial gen general.
eral. general. J. G. Glass, Ocala, chaplain' gen general.
eral. general. J. Stewart Lewis, Tallahassee,
commander Second. Brigade.
W. H. Powell, Archer, commander
C. II. Spencer, commander Fourth
RAIN SAVED RIVERSIDE
The heavy rain which set in yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon about 3 and lasted
until 5, prevented the second ball
game with Riverside, and in our
opinion, saved that clever aggrega-f
ition from defeat, as the game of the
day 'before 'had put the home team
on its mettle.
The Riverside boys, left for Jack
sonville on the Seaboard Limited.
They are clever ball players and a
gentlemanly bunch of young men,
and Ocala .hopes they will make an
other visit when better weather pre
Grace Church (Episcopal)
(Corner S. Broadway and Watula
St. Rev. Jas. G. Glass, Rector; resi residence,
dence, residence, 311 S. Broadway; phone 415.)
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer, litany
7:30 p. m. Evening prayer.
Choir practice 7:30 p. m. Friday.
Meetings of vestry and societies at
Rev. J. M. Gross, D. D., Pastor.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning service.
Subject of sermon, '"Superficial j
3 p. m. Junior League.
4 p. m. Senior League.
8 p. m. Preaching.
Subject, "A Fixed Heart."
All cordially invited. Strangers
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon by Rev. R. D.
Dodge of Cape Cliarles, Va. Subject,
The Transfigured Life."
3 p. m". Junior Mission Society.
8 p. m. Sermon by Rev. R. D.
Dodge. Subject, "The Model Busi
A cordial invitation is extended to
he public and all strangers in the
Church of Christ
(Roy B. Bowers, Minister)
9:45 a. m. Teachers meeting.
10 a. m. Sunday school.
10 a. m. Men's class at the arm
11 a. m. Sermon: "The Sermon
on the Mount; III., The Hard Way of
8 -p. m. Lecture, "Spiritualism
Communicating with the pead." The
fourth of the series, "God as Others
(Rev. Banyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching, "Power of
350 p. m. Junior Union.
7 p. m. B. Yl P. U. t
8 p. im. Preaching. "Why Any
Man is Lost."
OCALA HOUSE ROW' OPE
TK WING to the great demand for rooms, we
( J 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 to care for the traveling public, and at
Louis N. Long, Mana"er
GOING TO CLE.
The following members of the
Ocala ball team -will leave tomorrow
Pat Anderson, John Chazal, 'How
ard Clark, W. A. l Jolly, Julius Brown,
Raymond Bullock, Wiley Burford,
John Batts, 'Norton Davis, Welsh
Dewey, 'Richard Dodge, Frank (Har (Harris,
ris, (Harris, Tom Thompson, Cecil McLeod
nnd f W Hunter. x
Jolly will pitch 'the opening game
! Monday afternoon, against Clearwa
ter, and Chazal will pitch the game
.with the Ybor City team Thursday
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WE I WANT TO DO YOUR REPAIR WORK ON WATCHES,
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WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF JEWELRY, SILVERWEAR AND
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' A. E. BURNETT,
The Reliable Jeweler, Merchants Block, Ocala, Fla.
The Iieavengood family in this city
'received a telegram this morning
! from his physician stating that Mr.
f Art Leavengood was rvery ill at his
home near -Palmetto. Mr. A. J.
'Leavengood, his ;father, was notified
! at Stanton and with his son, Mr. P.
V. Leavengood, a brother of the sick
man, they left on the short via Dun Dun-nellon,
nellon, Dun-nellon, where Mrs. Turnipseed, a sis
ter, will join them. The 'message
gave no particulars of Mr. Leaven Leaven-good's
good's Leaven-good's illness.
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sold up to 25 cents a yard, we are offering them at
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90 inch All Linen Sheeting the same kind that
you usually pay 1.25 a yard for. Monday you
can buy it at
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Mrs. Pindar, who has been quite
ill at the hospital, is greatly improv improved
ed improved and will 'be removed to her home
Miss Lillian Godbold is improving.
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MR. KXOTT IX TIIE
RACE FOR GOVERXOR
Jacksonville, July 11. A special
to the Times-Union from Tampa
"W. V. Knott, state comptroller,
announced definitely here today that
he would be a candidate for gover
nor in the democratic primaries of
1916. He said that he had been giv
en a great deal of encouragement to
make the race and would do so un
less unforseen circumstances arise
He is a popular man and his entry
into the race thus early will create
a great deal of interest. Mr. Knott
is here on a Visit to his brother,
Charles M. Knott.
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FOR SALE One large horse In
good condition; one good work
mule. Ocala Lumber & Supply
WANTED Subscribers of the Star
to tell their neighbors of the plan
now In force for giving cash cou
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WANTED 69 MEN to Join the
Brotherhood Baraca Class, city
hall. See R. B. Bowers. 5-20-tf
FOR SALE A Caille detachable and
portable rowboat motor and pro
peller complete. Cost $8195 and
Is brand new. Will sell for $65
cash. Apply at Knight & Lang.. 8 tf
WANTED RESIDENCE LOT Will
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lot in the Dr. Chace addition. Ap Applyto
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horses: Three-year-old horse, gen gentle
tle gentle and well, broken to harness or
saddle; 7-year-old mare, heavy
with foal, works anywhere; one
and a half-year-old fill'. Apply to
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FOR SALE One 6-ft. floor cigar
case; one 6-ft. floor display case;
one S-ft. floor cigar case; one
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By Gertrude Stevenson
Illustrations From Photographs of
the Stage Production
CJopjright, a913. (publication Klghta Iieeerred)
by La?l4 Beiaecu
vnat are you aoin nere. on a
night like this?" he asked as he drew
up a chair beside Mary.
"Oh, I often come here," replied
Mary. "It's late, though. I'm glad to
see you, Jake; It's so seldom I see a
face I know," and she looked at him
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i Intently, and Jake thought a bit of
1 her old wistful loerk- crept into her
eyes. v :; :
"I've been to the meetin' tonight,
Jake," she explained. "I. wanted to
hear Mr. Slade. I saw in the paper he
was goin' to speak."
"We kind of we didn't always
know jest where you were," Jake told
her, his surprise and pleasure at
meeting her, so unexpectedly putting
him at a loss to'know what to say.
"Oh. I drift round," Mary told him,
"I live near here. I got tired ofho ofho-v
v ofho-v tels, they're ? public and lonely. And
boarding houseswell, people are so
. inquisitive. So I got a nice, pleasant
furnished room and go out for my
, meals. I come here because it's
cozy. Is Mr. Slade well?" v
"Yes, the governor's very -well."
"Do you make him wrap up nights
"weather like this? Do you get him
.to put on his rubbers?" and her voice
was very tender.
"I sure do," laughed Jake. "I make
hiiJTdo everything you did. That's
why I'm East with him."
"You're a good boy, Jake," and she
reached forward and patted his hand.
"Tell me, does he always get the
applause he did tonight?" she asked,
eagerly. "I was very proud. He got
three times as much as anyone else.
I found myself applauding, too."
"You bet he does." Jake "was very
proud of his "old man." "He gets
over. The otherj four western gov governors
ernors governors we're traveling with they
ain't heard. Do you think you'll ever
come West again, Mrs. Slade?"
"No," answered Mary, decisively.
"I'm pushln' right ahead. I'm going
to Europe next Jake, I'm a citizen of
the world now."
"Well.". Jake got to his feet. A sud sudden
den sudden resolution had formed in his mi'nd
as he heard about the contemplated
trip to Europe. He .hadn't been with
the governor daily for the past two
years without knowing what that
personage's secret wish was. Neither
had he devoted so much of his at attention
tention attention to motors and tires and car carburetors
buretors carburetors that he had neglected to
; cultivate the art of judging human
, nature. If Jake were any judge
and Jake thought he was a woman
didn't go to hear a man speak if she
, was wholly Indifferent to him. Also
a "woman didn't fuss and vworry about
a man's overshoes if she hated him.
"I wish you a pleasant journey, Mrs.
Slade. I guess ITi have to run. along
now. ;'.-. j''-'-": -.-r':
"Jake, I'd just as soon you didn't
say you saf me, Mar& icuiarKea as
she shook hands with him.
"You can depend on me, Mrs.
Slade' Jakes: candor and sincerity
would have deceived a saint. "You
eat your supper in peace. I give you
my word of honor I won't say a
"Thank you, Jake," she replied, sat satisfied.
isfied. satisfied. "Good night."
As Jake opened the door the snow
eddied in and a blast of cold wind
sent a chill through Mary's body. It
seemed good to meet Jrke, but some somehow
how somehow she almost wished she hadn't.
It had brought back so forcibly the
things she was trying to forget.' She
sat looking into space for a long time
after he had gone. People came and
went, a queer assortment of human
ity women of the streets and char- i
women w?anting a cup of coffee but
she scarcely saw them. She knew
when the door opened by the accom accompanying
panying accompanying chill, but she paid no atten attention
tion attention to anyone coming or going. When
Slade's handsome figure appeared and
his eyejs searched the room anxiously
she did not look up.
For a moment he looked at her,
hungrily sadly. She was pathetic
even now, although she had changed
and improved, but she did look so
little and wistful as she sat eating
her lonely, simple meal of crackers
and milk and coffee. 1
He walked down the room and stood
before her, but it was only whn he
spoke that she looked up. Her eyes
showed first amazement and then the
love she could in no wise conceal. A
warm flush made her look, to him.
almost as pretty as she had when
she was a girl.
"Well, how are you, Mary?" he
asked. It was an ordinary enough
speech, but the tone Was tender and
his eyes were asking the question she
could not ignore.
"Why, Dan! I heard you tonight,"
the words were out before she recov recovered
ered recovered from her surprise.
"I'm glad you wanted to go," he
said, simply, "but what's the use of
it all?" : ;
There was a touch of cynicism in
his attitude and manner.
"Of what?" Mary asked.
"Of my getting elected, and of the
whole business?" and he looked at
"Aren't you satisfied?" For a mo
ment Uhere was a trace of the Mary
who had kicked open the kitchen door
that day she had driven him from
that cottage. "What way has it dis disappointed
appointed disappointed you?" :
"Well, what's the use of being gov governor
ernor governor if you can't share the honors?"
Slade smiled wanly as he thought of
their former discussion of the same
subject. "No, It doesn't 1 amount to
much after all! Jake tells me you
are going to Europe?"1
"Yes, it's a Cook tour," she ex exclaimed
claimed exclaimed as she produced the ticket
from her handbag. "It's a quick
glimpse of famous places. We are to
see Rome. -We have two days there
and half a day for the Pyramids.
Then the Holy Land, then Paris for
three whole days. I'm to see every everything
thing everything to see life! I'll see the whole
world in two months."
"Well, I hope you'll enjoy it," he
commented sadly. "I couldn't."
"Why not?" she asked innocently.;
Slade looked at her for a full min minute
ute minute before he replied.
"I find I'm too old to make new
friends," he finally replied. "It's what'
I've had that counts; it's looking
back, not' ahead. And I want to say
right here and now that if I had it
all to do over again I'd do differently.
I'd do differently."
"Yes, I guess we'd all do differ differently,"
ently," differently," and Mary fumbled absently
with the Cook's ticket to the world
in two months. "But it's too late
now," -she finished.
"You couldn't think of trying it
again, could you, Mary?" Slade's
voice was tense.
"Oh, no," she replied as if his sug suggestion
gestion suggestion were not to be considered for
a moment. "We are divorced and the
only dignified thing for divorced peo people
ple people to do is to stay divorced. Why?
Are you lonely?"
"No, I can't honestly say I'm lone lonely,"
ly," lonely," he answered, candidly. "I'm too
busy for that. I asked you because
I care for you, very, very much. I've
missed you. It wasn't loneliness. I've
just missed you. And If anything had
happened to you before I'd seen you
again well my life wouldn't have
been worth a continental. I want you
because because you're my girl. You
always were. The girl I loved when
I was nineteen. You're handsomer
now. My God! Mary, but you look
"Oh, Dan! Please, I'm going," Mary
"Hold on there." Slade laid a de detaining
taining detaining arm on hers. "I want to aak
you something. Do you remember the
first time I kissed you?" v
"No, I do not," and Mary looked
away toward the window where the
endless process of griddle-cake mak making
ing making was going on.
"Yes, you do." Slade was leaning
toward her eagerly. "You were bend
ing over your mother's washtub and
I" He stopped suddenly. "Mary,
if I were sick would you come back
"Oh, that would be different," she
answered, meeting his gaze.
How would it be different?" he ar argued.
gued. argued. "Whether I'm sick of body or
sick of heart what's the difference?
Sick one way or the other, I can't get
on without you I can't. I've tried
it alone, and I can't get on. And
you're tired of it, too. You're not
happy," he accused.
"Well, yes, I am, in a way."
"No, you're not," he! persisted.
"Now, then, first I'm going to take
you home, wherever you live. Come
on." He had easily reverted to his
old masterful way.
"No, I won't!" i
"Come on, there are four, governors'
wives at my hotel," he told her.' "I'll
introduce you to them tomorrow after,
we're married and then you can come
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"Oh, Dan," She Murmured.
on the trip with us. You've been
away long enough. Come on."
"Positively no," replied Mary, and
possibly she thought she meant it.
"Then you're through with me for
good and all?" he, asked In surprise.
"Well, I don't blame you. God! What
an awful memory of, all those years
we lived together you must have!"
"Don't say that!" and Mary shrank
away from him. "Don't feel like that!
It was only at the last; I was un unhappy
happy unhappy only at the last. Before that,
why, Dan, you know perfectly well,
I'd rather not have been at all then
not to have been the wife of Daniel
"Do you mean It?" he asked, eag eagerly.
erly. eagerly. "Of course."
"Well, that 'settles it," and he
jumped up to get her heavy coat.
"We're going to try it again. We've
got' to." l
"But what will people say?" asked
Mary, weakening. "I'm all packed up
to go to Europe."
"That for Europe," and reaching for
the ticket, he tore it Jnto bits. "Weil
go together some day," and he held
out her coat invitingly.
"Oh. Dan." she murmured as she
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obedfently let him put-it on. Before
she had decided one way or the other
he had her bag and her umbrella and
he had her by the arm and in an another
other another flash 'she was being helped into
a motor car that had been waiting
outside. -A J
Jake cranked the car, and as he
climbed up on the seat he chuckled
"Well, this is the time they've got
to hand it to me for being a diplo diplomat."
mat." diplomat." :
If joj wish to go away tor the
summer. please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland.- nouse at Monteagie,
Tenn. Rates, ?7 to $10 per week.
Two months' .Chautauqua, from July
1st to August 31st, which i3a fine
entertainment. Monteagie is on the!
top of .the Cumberland mountain,!
over 2,0X)0 feet above ?ca level. The j
finest mineral water, most elegant
scenery east of the Rockies. Fof
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
there is no place like Monteagie In
the South. Write at once to Mrs.
E. W. Williams, Proprietress, the
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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
. Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every iMonday at 7:30 p. in., at
Castle Hall, .over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brotners. Wm. M. Gober C. C.
Chas. K. 5age. IC R. S.! r Ad
NOTICE TO EASTERN STARS
Officers of Qcala Chapter No. 29,
O. E. S., are requested fy the worthy
matron to meet at Yonge's hall (Mon (Monday,
day, (Monday, 4:30 p. ii., to rehearse f or in initiation
itiation initiation for Thursday, July 9.
l a IE METROPOLIAN
This bank is always open until 8
o'clock In the evening on Saturdays
and .Mondays; on, other days of the
week.il closes at 3 o'clock in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The bank willobserve all
legal holidays, both state and na national,
tional, national, and will remain closed on
George Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf
SEVERE ATTACK OF COLIC
E. .E. Cross, who travels In Virgin Virginia
ia Virginia and other Southern states, was
taken suddenly and severely ill with
colic.': At the fflrst store he came to
the 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 journey without a bottle of this
preparation. For sale by all deal dealers,
ers, dealers, adv.
MARIOX-DUXN MASONIC LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge No. 19, tf. 4
A. Ml meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each moith at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
'Baxter Carn, W. 5..
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad
WOODMLa OF THE WORLD
' Fort King Camp No. 14 meets In
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. evry second
and foarth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns alwavF welcome. Adv.
K J. Burden, C. C
Chas K. Sage, Clerk.
Chocolate Molasses Peanut Butter.
A new package and a good one, 40
cents per pound. Gerig's. 6-19-tf
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.Concordia i-oage. Fraternal Union
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on the second Thursaay evening ut
ach month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
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OCALA OCCURRENCES I
Percy Thlgpen of Martel was at
the Harrington last night.
3Irs. Susanna Dorr of Juliette was
at the Harrington last night.
-Mr. W. A. Edwards of Atlanta, the
Al architect who designed the Uni University
versity University of :Florida buildings, is in the
city, a guest of the Harrington.
If you want a good league ball,
buy the D. & M. at The.'MiTray
Richard II. Pratt of Atlanta, for formerly
merly formerly with the Woodmar Sand and
Stone Co., is at the Harrington, and
will remain over Sunday.
Neckwear at specially attractive
prices -with a hundred designs to se select
lect select from. See Rivers the Men's
Outfitter In the Harrington block.0
Cary D. Landis of DeLand, one of
the most 'brilliant young lawyers in
the state, was in the city last .night,
on his way to Inverness, to make ar argument
gument argument in the Hough, case there today.
Let us exchange Refrigerators?
Or can we fix the old one for you?
We can stop the leaks and make it
look as good as new. E. C. Jordan
& Co. 7-6-tf
Mr. H. R. Loomis, an enterprising
"New York business man, is at the
Harrington for an extended stay. He
is with the well known firm of I.
Mr. W. H. Fuller, who has been
quite sick at his room at the Arms
House forthe past three days, Is
Testing more comfortable today.
Those dinners at Rodoff's Cafe are
the best to be had in the city and the
price is right. 6-30-tf
The board of governors of the
Board of Trade held a meeting last
night, to pass on the 'merits of a new
material for tiling, manufactured by
Mr. Peterson from Tampa." The
samples submitted show the material
to be good stuff, and Mr. Peterson
may be able to do business here.
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office, Law
Library BuildinsQcala. Adv.
Mr. S. J. 'McOully of BeTlin, cou
ty demonstrator, was at the Board on
Trade headquartets today. Mr. Mc Mc-Cully
Cully Mc-Cully is busy tryllg to forecast the
corn display at the fair next Novem
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken dally by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min R. F
March average ..74 48 .03
April average. .81 60 .09
May average... 83 61 .05
June average 90 70 .19
July 1. 90 70
July 3. ....... .94 v78
July 3. ... v .90 .73 .72
July 4 ..... . 87 1 6 .16
July 5. ...... .86 70 .41
July 6... .....90 70
July 7.. i...... 90 69 ..
July 8 .87 70
July 9 .91 72
July 10. .. ;. ..88 69 .24
Forecast for This Evening and
Fair tonight; Sunday partly cloudy
probably local showers.
NOTHING TO WEAR
Roquefort, Swiss Edam, Limbur Limbur-ger,
ger, Limbur-ger, Pineapple, Camembert, Pi Pimento,
mento, Pimento, Parmesan, Philadelphia Philadelphia-Cream
Cream Philadelphia-Cream and Gorgonzola CHEESE.
Cold Boiled Ham, Boiled Ox
Tongue, Sliced Dried Beef, Pickl Pickl-ed
ed Pickl-ed Lamb Tongue
Sardines-Royans A LA VATEL,
Sardines-Royans A LA ,BORTE-
Crab 'Meat, Shrimp, Lobsters,
Russian Caviar, Anchovies.
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PHONES 16 and 174
('B. L. T.," the versatile author
of the Chicago Tribune's "Line o'
Type or Two" column, is responsi responsible
ble responsible for the following parody of
"Nothing to Wear," the oft-quoted
poem by William Allen Butler, the
American lawyer poet, who died
about twelve years ago.)
Miss Flora 'McFlimsy of Michigan
In spite of hot weather, is perfectly
She has it all over her namesake, the
Miss Flora McFlimsy of Madison
Who ages ago,
As most of .you know,
Lamented the fact that she had noth nothing
ing nothing to wear.
Miss Flora of old bought her dry
goods in Paris;
She shipped (you recall) with her
friend, Mrs. Harris.
Her garments were many, and cost-
ly, and rare,
And yet she complained she had.
nothing to wear.
But Flora McFlimsy of Boulevard
; 'Mich. '
Dispenses with ev'ry superfluous
And clad in a single diaphanous gown
Parades in the sunlight, to the joy
,-of the town.
"And if I show through.
What harm does it do?" x
Says Flora McFlimsy. "I leave it to
Why, none 'Whatsoever, ;we beg to
You are all to the igood to our criti-
. cal eye.
Proceed Miss 'McFlimsy, as far as you
Parade in the sunlight on Boulevard
And let, if it pleases you, your van
Grow fine by degrees and. delightful delightfully
ly delightfully less,
Until like the dame
Of evergreen fame,
You really have notWng whatever to
Excepting a bank of remarkable hai.
And should you appear as Lady Godi-
We'll stand on the 'Corner and hand
you a "Viva!"
OCALA NORTHERN SCHEDULE
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work. We take contracts any anywhere
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Son tractor In the
No. 7S Leave Ocala daily 1:15
p. m. .Aive Palatka dally except
Sunday, 4:45 p. ra. Arrive Palatka
Sunday, 4:15 p. m.
No. 71 Leave Palatka daily ex
cept Sunday, 7:40 a. m. Arrive
Ocala 11 h. m.
No. 73 Leave Palatka Sunday, 8
a. m. Arrive Ocala, 11 a. m.
New York, July 11. Turpentine
Chicago, III., July 11. September
wheat, 78. Pork, $20.70. Lard,
$10.27. Ribs, $11.95.
New York,' July 11. Cotton two
to four points higher on better
New York, July 11. Cotton clos closed
ed closed steady, six to eleven points net
higher. August, 12.35; October,
12.28; December, 12.44.
New York, July 11. Stocks fairly
steady, some Issues showing slight
New York, July 11. Stocks clos closed
ed closed steady.
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The Ocala National Bank.
Resources Over Half A Million .1.
ACTIVE TJ. S. DEPOSITARY.
TTnder and by virtue of a certain
writ of execut'on issued out of and
under the seal of the circuit court of
Hillsborough county, Florida, on July
3, 1914, upon a decree entered in the
said court in a certain cause therein
pending- wherein The Travelers Insur Insurance
ance Insurance Company, a corporation, was
complainant and Charles W. White, et
al., were defendants, I have levied
upon and will sell in front of the court
house door in the city of Ocala, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on
the 3rd Day of Ausuat, A. D. 1914,
between the hours of eleven a. m and
two p. m. to the highest and best bid bidder
der bidder for cash, the" following described
real estate situate in Marion county,
Lot two of block 7 and lots one, two,
three and four of block 9 according to
James A. Harris' plat of the town of
Citra, embracing the northeast quarter
of the southeast quarter of section 28.
township 12 south, range 22 east, as
filed and recorded in the public re records
cords records of said Marion county, Florida.
Said sale being made to realize the
moneys mentioned in the execution
above referred t:
7-4-ot dly sat J. P. GALLOWAY,
Sheriff of Marion Cbunty, Florida,
"So Hardeuppe pawned his diamond
shift studs to enter his horse in the
show, eh? Is he so sure of -winning?
What are its chief points?" "I don't
know but Hardeuppe's seems to be
Budget of Xews and Comment on
New York; July 11. Charles Com Com-iskey,
iskey, Com-iskey, of the White Sox, feels grate grateful
ful grateful about $22,500 vor-ch toward
Earney Dreyfuss, of the Pirates. It
all comes through a little happening
of six years ago.
At that time Charles, Barney" and
a bunch of other magnates were
shouting themselves hoarse Jn rais raising
ing raising each other's bids for a pitcher
named Marty O'Toole, who at that
time, was setting the American Asso
ciation on fire cwith his wonderful
Well, the bidding finally simmered
down to Charles and Barney, tls
other magnates figuring their bank
rolls weren't huge enough to! enable
them to acquire the St. Paul phenom.
Charles bid $19,000, Barney whoop whooped
ed whooped it up to $20,000, Charles count countered
ered countered -with $21,000 and then Barney
shot the price up to $22,500.
Charles debated for sometime
about raising the Dreyfuss ante, and
then decided to let Barney shave
O'Toole, although Charles surely did
want the American Association star
to bolster up ihis then somewhat
weak pitching staff.
Barney got O'Toole, after separat separating
ing separating himself from $22,500 and he got
a lemon. O'Toole never has had a
good season since he took up his
pitching chores tinder the Pirate flag.
So poor has been his showing this
year that Dreyfuss asked for waivers
in ihim, and it looks certain now that
it, will only be a year or so two lend lender
er lender until the man that brought the
record price in baseball 'will find his
way back into the minors.
As, a sort of sequel-to this yarn
is the story that -"concerns Comiskey
and Joe. Benz. W.hen Dreyfuss out outbid
bid outbid Comiskey for the possesion of
O'Toole Comiskey, ibeing in great
need of V pitcher, exercised his op option
tion option on a youth named Benz, who
then was pitching in one of the small
minor leagues. Benz didn't loom up
largely but Comiskey needed a pitch
er and he took a chance on the party,
with the racing automobile name.
Well Benz delivered the goods, and
in such a way that .he is regarded as
one of the best pitchers in the big
Ty Cobb, in one of 'his signed arti articles,
cles, articles, tells us that if the White Sox
had some hitters they would -win the
penant. (Right, Ty; and if the Naps
had some pitchers they'd be quite li liable
able liable to cop, too. The Naps have
lost about 20 of their games this
year by one run, and in most of those
games they averaged around three
runs an average that ought to win
75 per cent, of the games. But the
Naps pitching corps has been oh,
what's the use of rubbing it in? y
Dan Morgan the fight manager,
jsays he doesn't want to manage a
"They are too finnicky, want too
much money for their exhibitions;
and always want a manager to pick
lemons for them, so there's no chance
df their losing their title,."
Frank Xavin, the Detroit boss, as assures
sures assures us that "all this talk afbout
Ty Cobb going over to the 'Federals
is piffile." And that's what Charles
Ebbets said about Joe Tinker, and
what Jimmy Callahan of the White
Sox, saJd about Hal Chase.
The greatest turf match, race in
many years will be staged at Sara Saratoga,
toga, Saratoga, X. Y., when iLuke and Masque Masque-rader
rader Masque-rader will race five furlongs for $25, $25,-a
a $25,-a eide.
The Masquerader one of the sea
son's sensations, is owned by Jerel
Wheelwright and Rail Parr. Luke,
who made such a wonderful showing
on the Maryland tracks In the
spring, Is owned by U. S. Senator J.
N". Camden. All these are wealthy.
The race Is to settle a fYiendly ar argument
gument argument as to the relative qualities
of this great pair of two year old?
and no doubt, when they go into bat battle
tle battle there will be considerable money
waged on the outcome.
NAMES AIIO NUMBERS
Of Institutions, Firms, People and
Phones Most Often Called in
The following condensed tele telephone
phone telephone directory is published for the
benefit of the Star's readers. No
charge is made for any of the entries
ic it. It covers the city depart departments,
ments, departments, the railroads and telegraph
offices, the offices and residences 'of
air the doctors In the city, the hos hospital
pital hospital a.1 ined nurses In fact, all
the points likely tc be most needed.
A directory Is attached to each
phone, but reople often have occas occasion
ion occasion to learn a telephone number
when they are at a distance fromj
both the phone and the book, and it
Is principally for the convenience of
these that the directory is published.
r 1 : C "7
Eventually YoiM Buy a
WHY NOT NOW?
Not because it is cheaper, but because
it is BETTER and morereconomical ; will
stand more rough usajge, will go and
COME BACK where niahy other cars will
NOT. Lighter on tires, more economical
on upkeep, gas and oil than any automo automobile
bile automobile in the world.
ROADSTER $500; 5-PASSENGER.JS550.00.
F. O B DETROIT. FULLY EQUIPPED.
EPWARD TUCEE0,. Agent
PHONE 43 UtALA, FLORIDA
A. C L. passenger station
A. C. LV freight office
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore .
Board of Trade.
Brinson, school superintendent
City Hall .............1...
Commercial Bank ..........
Dr. Dozier : .v. . . .'.
T-k TV I f J
ur. uozier, resilience v
Dr. E. Van Hood
Dr. E. Van Hood, residence..
Dr. Counts, residence
Dr. J. W. Hood
Dr. J. W. Hood, residence. .
Dr. Izlar, residence.
Dr. Lane, 'residence. ......... 477
Dr. Lindner 78
Dr. McClane .............. 333
Dr. McClane, residence 407
Dr. Xewsom 512
Dr. Xewsom, residence...... 186
Dr. PeelcV.-.... . 468
Dr. Peek,' residence. 301
Dr. Smith .......... .. 53
Dr. Smith, residence 74
If you want to bay or sell
New and Second Hand
Farm Tools, Harness Etc.
Easy Payments if Desired.
A. M. BOBBITT,
310 S. Main St. Ocala Fla.
r.o m inner
i r. r r-V
V r-V 1
Dr. Thompson 139
Dr. Von Engelken.'.
Dr. Von Engelken; residence.
Dr. Watt, residence...
Dr. Walters. .......
Dr. Walters, residence.
Dr. Wilson, colored. 404
Dr. Hughes, colored 185
Ocala Northern Railway 249
Dr. R. R. Williams (colored).
Electric Light Plant
FIRE STATION 60
Florida House 133
Galloway, sheriff, residence. . 91
Harrington Hall Hotel. 32M
TELEPHONE EXCHANGE.. 500
Imperial Loundry 21
Marion County Fair Grounds.. 243
Marion County Board of Trade 381
MARION COUNTY HOSPITAL 33
Miss Gerard, trained nurse.... 472
Miss Harwell, trained nurse... 472
Miss Washburn, trained nurse 206
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. ... 18
Moose Club 460
Metropolitan Bank 363
OCALA EVENING STAR. A . 51
Ocala Gas Co., office 61
Ocala Gas Co., plant t. 478
Ocala Southwestern Railway.
Ocala City office.
Ocala Heights Dairy
Ocala Telephone Company....
Ocala Steam Laundry
POLICE ALARM ...
Postoffice Drugstore ........
7g! Postal Telegraph office
Seaboard Air Line City Ticket
Seaboard Airline freight office
STAR OFFICE ....
Southern Express ,Cj.
Western VnIon xeiegrapj oiflce
Ocala National Bank 234
Rely on Electricity.
A lithographing concern uses an
electric dough mixer for mixing ink.
And a banking house uses an electric
Qatiron to press out water soaked
Wonderful Set of Dishes.
What is said to be the most costly
set of dishes ever made was recently
ehown at an exhibition In St. Peters Petersburg.
burg. Petersburg. It consisted of thirty-six hand hand-colored
colored hand-colored plates. This set has an esti estimated
mated estimated value of $18,540, a single plate
therefore, being worth $515. It is the
property of Count Orlo ff -David off.
He who love3 not his country can
love nothing. Bvron.
Try to Figure This.
Little Bennie "Papa, is there any
difference in the word fcol and fool foolish?"
ish?" foolish?" Papa "That is. For instance,
people .who worr ure foolish, while
people, who don't worry are fools.
Now, perhaps, you can figure It out
School Teacher's Mission.
To capture the citadel of a child's
taind through lore and sympathy; to
lead pupils" toward higher Ideals of
lta and rlntv tn PKiihUsh rlrtsof
I&tions between home and school and
state; to exalt puilty of life and con con-duct;..
duct;.. con-duct;.. tos.QXLgthen the moral tone cf
the cbmmjnilty; to make good men
and wonreflf-to establish and dignify
the profession of teaching; to make
education atifactive; to magnify the
state; to'meet .the Jieed for educated
citizenship; .such is the exalted mis mission
sion mission of the teacher. Hon. Charles R.
"Irrprove Incandescent Light.
An incandeecenr gas mantle which
cas become carbonized or blackened
by use may be cleaned by throwing a
quantity of -.salt, upon it while it is
glowing. This has the effect of
cleaning the" carbon off. Increasing the
efficiency of theght and prolonging
the life, of the mantle.
Another Exciting Game.
Friend "What were your sensa sensations
tions sensations In the. wreck?" Victim "Just
the same as In football. Three coaches
passed c-er me and then the dectora