OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1914
LAM TRIAL ill CAUSE A
jr!3l T33 "-N "1 f"
ISIS ARE ACTIVE AND OTHER AGENCIES THREATEN
THE SAFETY OF IE-REPUBLIC
juiy zj. wun political
s approaching a serious cli cli-le
le cli-le result of the trial of Mine,
x, for the murder of Editor
te, government officials are
g keen anxiety today. Sec Sec-ssengers
ssengers Sec-ssengers have been sent the
nt and premier, now in Itus-
vising them to hasten hack to
royalists are preparing for a
o overthrow the republic and
a monarchy, if the.oppor-
Palace of Justice is strongly
d. It is expected that political
ions will be brought out. corn corn-overshadowing
overshadowing corn-overshadowing the murder
An immense crowd surround?
Ilace of Justice.
RTMENT OP JUSTICE HAS
JUN SUIT AGAINST NEW
YORK & NEW HAVEN
kilngton, D. C, July 23. A
luit against the New Haven
ad is expected to be 'filed in
York this afternoon. Depart Depart-lof
lof Depart-lof justice officials admitted to-
hat the bill was ready and
be filed in a short time.
York, July 23. The depart-
of justice of the United States!
on today filed a bill in equity
pt the New Haven "Railroad as
liopoly. The bill charges the
ad with violation of the Sher-ini-trust
law in "various ways,
..straining trade and commerce
New England states, controll controll-.lroad,
.lroad, controll-.lroad, water and trolley trans transition."
ition." transition." The dissolution of the
jpoly is asked.
man who took his name in
vain "when he shot
Columbia, S. C, July 23. Dr. J.
II. 'Mcintosh, long the political foe
of Governor Cole Blease, was shot
and painfully wounded by an assail-
ant who" made his escape, today.
Bloodhounds-have been placed on his
trail. Dr. Mcintosh says the assail assailant';
ant'; assailant'; shouted as he fledr: 'Now you
won't bother Colie." Governor
Blease declared he will give all pos possible
sible possible aid to the captureof the miscreant.
attorney gexeral avest
is not alarmed
THE LADY BADLY
ned Himself on Her Rack-Piazza
hen She Refused his Petition
Petersburg, July 23. C. E.
n was discovered in a dying con con-i
i con-i fmm an overdose of noison on
Lack porch of a house occupied
woman with whom he had be be-infatuated,
infatuated, be-infatuated, yesterday morning,
woman is a widow and stand3
in the city. She has rejected
n's attentions, tout he presist-
. test sheet music and Victor re re-at
at re-at Lansford's. 7-lS-tf
Has No Fear of Result of Anderson's
Attack on the Primary Law
Tallahassee, July 23. That there
is no chance for the "Bull Moose'
party of Florida to prevent -he sec secretary
retary secretary of state from certifying to the
boards of county commissioners
throughout the state the nominations
of those who won out for various
state, county and national offices in
the Bryan primary election of June
2, is the opinion of Attorney General
Thos. F, West. He opines as follows:-.'
1 ;'. ,'
In my opinion there is" no reason
for alarm on the part of those nom nom-inated
inated nom-inated in the primary election held
in June last. Statutes regulating the
conduct of primary., elections have
been sustained as valid toy the courts
of this state, as a proper exercise of
the legislative power, and the courts
of a number of other states have up upheld
held upheld provisions similar to those of
the primary election law of this
state which is attacked by this liti litigation.
The litigation is really an attack
upon the primary election plan of
nominating officers, but that plan
has toeen upheld Jn every state where
the law has been tested.
IS WILLING TO SURRENDER TO GARRAtJZA BUT
WAITS TO BE LET DOWN EASY
Ciudad, Victoria, Mexico, July 23.
Negotiations for the surrender of
Mexico City to the constitutionalists
are being carried on today over a
telegraph wire from Carranza's
headquarters, directly yato the cap capital
ital capital A proposal to turn the government
over to Carranza has 'been submitte 1
and Carranza has replied. The de details
tails details are withheld from the public,
but Carranza is expected to abandon
his Intention of going to Tampico
and proceed instead to San Luis
Potosi, to 'be within easy reach of
Mexico City when the final agree agreement
ment agreement has been reached.
It is said today that Provisional
President Carbajal is ready to .sur .surrender
render .surrender the government of Mexico to
General Carranza provided the latter
promises not to inaugurate a series
of executions of Huerta's followers
when he occupies the city with his
STRIKING WORlEfi SHOT 001 BY THE
BANDITS TACKLED FEDERALS
AND WERE BADLY
Mexico City, July 2 3. Zapata and
his troops were routed by federals at
Xochimilco,, losing 200 killed and
Another force of Zapatistas who
attempted to capture the government
powder factory at Santa Fe, were re repulsed
pulsed repulsed with heavy losses.
FLORIDA WILL SHIP
UNCLE SAM AFTER I1ES
Looks Like Man Mentioned in Con Connection
nection Connection with Disappearance of
Atlanta Women lias Vio Vio-.
. Vio-. lated the Postal Law
Washington, July 23. After go-
over letters and hearing the
statement of Marshal !Ne!ms, the
brothec of iMrs. Eloise Dennis" and
Beatrice Nelms, who mysteriously
disappeared from their home in At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Senator Hoke Smith stated it
appeared probable that the postal
laws had been violated by Victor
Innes, for writing to 'Mrs. Dennis and
offering her investments which prov proved
ed proved fictitious. Senator Smith will this
afternoon introduce Marshal Nelms
to 'Attorney General McReynolds and
Postmatser General Burleson
We can repair your om Furniture,
make those old discarded pieces look
good and give a let more service and
tho price, wiir be reasonable. E. C.
Jordan & Co. 7-6-tf
"LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY"
ENGAGED TO BE MARRIED
New York, July 23. The engage engagement
ment engagement is announced here of Miss Con Constance
stance Constance Buel to Vivian Burnett, the
original of "Little Lord Fauntleroy,"
one of the many books written by
his mother, Mrs. Frances Hodgson
Burnett. Miss Buel is a daughter
of Clarence C. )Buel, a well known
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.
Take Rexall Liver Salts for that
tired, sleeply feeling. At Gerig's
P. A. Durand, tinner and plumber.
Phone 494. 7-17-6t
Hopes for Better Seri'ice and Lower
' Tampa, July. 23. Florida fruit
and vegetable growers are negotiat negotiating
ing negotiating with the railroads of the south
with a view of establishing new rates
for pro-cooled citrus fruits and vege vegetables
tables vegetables from Florida. It is expected
that concessions will be made by the
railroads which will be of great im importance
portance importance to Florida fruit and vege vegetable
table vegetable interests. The rates, will most
probably result In the establishment
of pre-cooling plants on the peninsula.
RIOTS CAUSED BY STARVATION
DEVELOP INTO A
111 ST. PETERSBURG MAY
St. Petersburg, Russia, July 23.-
Desperate fighting took place be-
tween soldiers and police and work workmen
men workmen today", In the strike which has
made 300,000 men idle in Russia.
Cossacks attacked workmen, who
fought behind barricades, and pour poured
ed poured volleys Into the. strikers, killing
six and wounding eleven. The others
The strike is spreading over the
empire and it is feared It will take
the guise of a revolution.
Summerfield. July 23. C. J
Balch, did his week-end shopping shopping-here
here shopping-here last Saturday.
Troy Hall, of Ocala and Wild wood,
was an interested spectator at the
ball game Saturday last.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. "Branch, art;
very much interested in baseball, and
are present at all the games.
i H. J. Nichols and family of Wild Wild-wood,
wood, Wild-wood, came here in their car last
Saturday to witness the ball game.
H. B. Brinson, of Oxford, is al always
ways always on deck to root for the Oxford
boys. It makes a fellow feel good
to see the interest this gentleman
takes in his home town ball nine.
C H, Mastin, hale and hearty and
the man who knows how to grow
corn in a drouth or otherwise, was
a visitor here last Saturday. v
Miss Isabell Davis, of Ocala, came
down here last Saturday especially
to see the Tigers defeat the fast Ox Oxford
ford Oxford .baseball team.
31r. and Mrs. J. A. Fralzer and
children of Boca Grand, who have
been visiting Mrs. J. W. Davis at
Ocala, returned here "Saturday last
to continue their visit with' their pa parents,
rents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. iMitchell.
Mrs. May Pender, of Ocala, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Nehlsen of
this place, tfho has been very ill is
now recovering rapidly and will soon
be able to visit her parents here.
Had Southern In Its Grip as well as
the New Haven
Washington, July 23. Charges
that-the Southern Railway has 'been
imposed upon much as the New Ha-
ven is said to have been, through
the unloading upon.it of brancehs of
little worth fabulous prices, added
an -unexpected feature yesterday to
the investigation which a Senate sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee is making of alleged dis discriminations
criminations discriminations against Southern ports
In coal rates.
B. L. Dulaney, of Bristol, Virginia Virginia-Tennessee,
Tennessee, Virginia-Tennessee, made the charges in con connection
nection connection with an explanation of why
he belleved the Morgan interests
dominated the Southern Railway and
directed the action of its officials.
Mr. Dulaney said he once offered
to sell the control of the Virginia and
Southwestern 'Railway to the South Southern
ern Southern for $500,000. 'A bond Issue of
$1,000,000 stood against the r line.
His offer was refused, he said, but
later Henry K. McHarg sold the line
to the Southern for about $6,500, $6,500,-000
000 $6,500,-000 with a profit estimated at 4, 4,-000,000.
000,000. 4,-000,000. The Knoxville and Bristol Railway
sold to the Southern for $500,000,
Mr. Dulaney said, was offered him
for $40,000, and he did not buy be because
cause because he did not think the line worth
- Mr. Dulaney testified at length in
support of his charge that coal is
ibeing diverted from Southern ports.
"Coal operators are robbed of their
right to do a normal business," he
said. "Unless some relief be grant granted
ed granted it will foe necessary for Independ Independent
ent Independent operators to give up their efforts.
They cannot meet such unfavorable
AWFUL HEAT AGAIN AFFLICTS
PEOPLE OF OHIO
Cleveland, 'July 23. Twelve "babies
died during the last two days ex extreme
treme extreme heat. Several drownings have
occurred. The temperature Is reach reaching
ing reaching the hundred mark, and over,
. 'BRINGS DOWN HUNDREDS.
Peopie of Chicago Suffer Greatly in
the Extreme Heat
Chicago, July 23.The intense intense-heat
heat intense-heat today is causing much suffer suffering.
ing. suffering. Three deaths and many pros prostrations
trations prostrations are reported for the last. 48
hours. Hundreds slept on ,fire
escapes and In the parks last night.
RAIN BROUGHT RELIEF
Dampness Welcome to Distressed
People of Detroit
Detroit, Mich., July 23. A heavy
rain "brought relief today from the
intense heat. There was one death
during the last twenty-four hourg
from the 'heat.
HOT WEATHER DRIVES
KNIGHTS FROM TERRA HAUTE
Terre Haute, July 23 Many dele-
gates to the annual encampment of
the Uniform Rank Knights of Py Pythias
thias Pythias left for their homes this morn morning
ing morning as the result of the intense heat
which 13 causing much suffering.
Several features of the conclave
were abandoned on account of the
ECLIPSE ROOFING CEMENT
DISASTROUS FIRE IN DELAWARE
Greenwood, Dela., July 23 Ralph
Freeman was fatally hurt and sev several
eral several stores and ten houses were
burned this morning in a disastrous
Advertise In the STAR for results.
It Is the greatest cement in ex existence
istence existence to stop leaks in tin or metal
roofs and gutters; never falls; ever everlasting.
lasting. everlasting. Ocala Seed Store. 6-23-lm
3IUSIC TUPILS WAXTED
I am now prepared to give piano
lessons to a limited number of pupils.
7-13-12t MISS ETHEL HAYCRAPT.
Those dinners at Rod off' s Cafe are
the best to be had in the city and the
price is right. 6-30-tf
The 50 lots we offer are
worth more than $100
each divided between
forty or fifty people. Now
is your time to Buy.
HOUSE AND LOT
GIVEN AS A PREMIUM for the purchase of 50 LOTS at $100.00 EACH.
Terms to suit .EVERYBODY. 5 1PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH Sale
now on see B. H. SEYMOUR, or C. L. ANDERSON.
All we ask is a due con consideration
sideration consideration of our prop proposition
osition proposition and a look at
Buying is up to you.
THE OCA LA EVEXIXG STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 23. 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
JJITTIXGEIl & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
H. H. Carroll, General ?Ianager Port V. Lcarengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Oc?.la, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
tme year, in advance. .... .$5.00
Jix months, iu adance. 2.5
Three months, in advance.. 1.25
One month, ji advance. ... .50
One year, in advance
Six months, in advance.-..
Three months, in advance.
Oae,( moDh, in advance.
authoritative vinrorination concern concerning
ing concerning it which can he relied on as the
Cruth: "The report that the Flor Florida
ida Florida citrus crop has been ruined by
the drouth has. spread all over the
United States. California growers
hope to profit by our distress. It will
no doubt be a shock to them to
learn that Florida will have the
largest crop of citrus fruit in its his history,
tory, history, with sizes that will be ideal and
with only one bloom, which would
appear to mean that the fruit will be
high class in every respect."
For a number of years preceding
the last national election, '-'dollar di diplomacy"
plomacy" diplomacy" was one of the reproaches
flung by the democratic party at the
republicans. With very 'little
justice, it -was claimed that the pow power
er power of our government was used to
'back up the exactions of American
capitalists, who exploited the peojle
of the weaker nations, particularly of
The Star never took any too much
stock In the charge. It couldn't help
noticing that our citizens in the said
countries were treated with a disre disrespect
spect disrespect that plainly showed Uncle
Sam wasn't feared any more than
2ie was loved in that part of the
world; It took almost "a quarter of
a. century of insult and bullying
from Spain to make the old gentle gentleman
man gentleman fight, and the dollared portion
of the nation would have remained
peaceful then if the wrath of the
people hadn't boiled over.
The truth is that the little Cen Central
tral Central American tyrants have done
about as they pleased with Ameri American
can American citizens and 'business. men. They
have taken their good money for
concessions, then held them up by
canceling the concessions; they have
shut them in dungeons and held them
lor ransom under threat of death.
The greater part of the history of
our dealings with Central America
".for the last thirty years has been a
Americans bv the srsasprs and dis
graceful forbearance by our govern-
iiuem; ana wnen, a inue over two
years ago, all. patience gave, way,
charged into one of the opera bouffe
Tepuhlics, whipped all the greasers
that were foolish enough to get in
their way, and captured their capi capital,
tal, capital, -even though it was done under
a republican administration, the
Star was heartily glad of it.
ifco w comes Mr. Wilson, with his
declaration at Mobile, that the pow-
a - i 'i
:xo exiena ns territory or aavance us
business Interests at the expense of
v,wesiker nations. All of which is
amoral and chivalrous, and strictly
.Bui the Star cannot see,1 when our
citizens go to a semi-civilized coun country,
try, country, and make a legitimate bargain
with the government of that coutnry,
why they should not be protected in
their rights. Our people are as
good as any people, their money is
as good as any, and why it is more
instead of hanging them or
shutting them up in the peniten penitentiary
SHIPPING MILK AND CREAM'
BY THE SEABOARD
The' Seaboard Air Line Railway is
doing a great deal to foster the dairy
business in Florida. It has encourag encouraged
ed encouraged dairymen along its lines to ship
milk and cream to Jacksonville,
which city, has in years past depend depended,
ed, depended, for such supplies largely on
Georgia and Carolina dairies, even
receiving milk and cream from as
far north as (New York. The Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard gives special fates on milk,
takes special care of it and returns
bottles and cans, at their own risk,
to the owners. A considerable bus business
iness business is being built up on the var various
ious various trains running into Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, particularly from the west.
Some milk, though not much in pro proportion,
portion, proportion, has been shipped out of Ma Marion
rion Marion county, and the Star has no
doubt that the railroad will encour encourage
age encourage any Marion county farmer or
dairyman who desires to go into the
The Seaboard train service thru
this part of Florida is particularly
well adapted for shipping milk to
either Jacksonville or. Tampa. The
trains pass thru Marion county at
the right time to ship milk of the
evening before, so it will reach the
larger-cities just at the hour in the
early morning that it is most need needed.
Seaboard agents in Marion county
have not received any instructions
about this milk business yet, but a
disposition on the part of our dairy dairymen
men dairymen to accept the railroad's facil facilities
ities facilities will doubtless cause arrange arrangements
ments arrangements to be-made immediately.
The people living along the Coast
Line in Marion county take great
interest in the proposition for the
morning and evening train between
Palatka arid Ocala. Secretary Roon Roon-ey
ey Roon-ey this morning received a petition
to the railroad commission from
Kendrick, signed by sixty citizens of
that -solid community. He has also
received petitions from Evinston,
Mcintosh, Reidick and Fessenden,
and .will no doubt receive others
from every place on the line in' time
to forward them to the railroad
commission before August 1. There
is no doubt that the people along the
line want the train and will give it
FOR SOUTHLAND SEMINARY
SEND THE CHILDREN
TO THE STATE SCHOOLS
The Star heartily endorses the
following from the St. Augustine 'Re 'Record:
cord: 'Record: "At. this time of the year when
parents are deciding upon the college
to which they will send their sons
and daughters in the fall, the Re Record
cord Record would strongly urge that they,
give careful consideration to, the In Institutions
stitutions Institutions of learning in Florida.
The University of Florida at Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville for hoys and the State College
for Women at Tallahassee for girls
offer the advantages of outside in
stitutions and many in addition. The
facilities are strong and the currl-
moral and chivalrous to allow them lum is all that can be desired.
to be plundered abroad than at
.home, it is difficult to understand.
Jreat Britain and Germany pur pursue
sue pursue an opposite policy. They do not
impose on these weaker nations, hut
if a Briton or German is ill treated
In a foreign country, there is trou trouble
ble trouble at once; consequently, "British
and Germans are respected all over
the world; and if an American in a
semi-civilized country gets into trou trouble,
ble, trouble, he is more likely to obtain pro
tection from the British or German
consul than from the representative
of his own country.
If our government made it plain
ly understood that it would not al
low our citizens abroad to be 111-
When a boy or girl attends a state
institution of learning they meet
there the men and women of the
future. The graduate of one of the
colleges has a state-wide acquaint
ance which is certain to be both
pleasant and thoroughly worth while
in the years to come It costs less'
to go to these schools. They are
maintained by the tax payers of the
commonwealth. And beside them
there are splendid colleges in Flor
ida not maintained by the state.
There is absolutely no good reason
for choosing an outside school.
The Clearwater Sun thinks what
the editor of ..the Sentinel doesn t
. treated, the bullying and extortion know about Carnegie libraries would
I . 11. 1
thev are subjected to would cease. a large volume, ana ne ihiukb
The Star has no sympathy with out loud to- Perhaps so, but usi
the policy that has been observed wait until you get that library, ana
thru the Mexican trouble, of telling see If Andys name is not cniseiea in
our citizens in Mexico to understand oot niS"h letters over the front door.
that it was their own fault they While telling of the good treatment
were in that country, and must look f Carnegie employesdon't forget to
for protection to the government of I tel1 about the Homestead strike, in
a people who had no government. a11 lts misery, woe and blooasnea
The entire country feels disgraced with the wives and children of the
by the fact that only the interference employes of his steel mills starvin
of the captain of a German cruiser in novels, while husbands and fath-
saved American men and women ers were shot down at his bidding.
from murder and possibly worse at Orlando Sentinel.
TamTiifn: whilp nnr own nowerful r' Well, Hugh, if they tell anything
ships steamed humbly out to sea, of the sort they will he telling a lie
trying to placate an element on as -vou can convince yourseu very
which peaceful methods are wasted, quickly by going to any old, estab-
We ihave no idea that there will Kshed newspaper and reading its
be any change in this policy, and we files for tne year 1892.
very much fear that, in addition-to
national humiliation, it will result Enemies of Florida and other peo-
in time in more bloodshed than Ple and Papers that speak without
Kvould ever have been caused by knowledge are saying that the drouth
making a few vigorous examples in has killed our orange and grape-
3ie first place. Its a good deal like ult crop. The Florida Grower, the
trying to prevent murder and rob- est informed paper in the state on
;erv by teaching criminals that it is the subject gives out the following
Of the management of the Munroe and Chambliss National Bank is to continu
its conservative policy of Security and Prompt, Accurate Service.. In
creasing business bears witness of this efficiency. Accounts subject t
check are cordially invited.
MUNROE HH1BLISS iTIIAL A
" ... i
The following dispatch from Bra Bra-dentown,
dentown, Bra-dentown, telling of a $20,000,000 en endowment
dowment endowment for a St. Petersburg school,
reads much more like romance than
Bradentown, July ) 20. Sunday
evening there arrived here by auto automobile
mobile automobile from St. Petersburg, a sturdy
old man whose appearance indicated
some rough contests with the world.
His sole errand was to see Mrs. Ste Stevens,
vens, Stevens, and he had a conference with
her after the Sunday evening meet
ing. He left early on Monday morn morning
ing morning on his return to St. Petersburg.
This old man was a retired sea cap
tain named Mclrwin, a resident of
Havana, Cuba, and a multimillion
aire in wealth.
Captain Mclrwin, who has himself
no education in the usual sense of
he word, has two daughters whom
he determined should be. well edu
cated, and so spent much time and
money visiting some of the most
widely advertised girl's schools In the
South. He happened to hear the
Southland seminary most favorably
mentioned and visited it. The school
was poor, and struggling for a foot
hold but its methods and the good
sense' in its course of study, so Im Impressed
pressed Impressed the old sea captain that he
selected it for his daughters and
sent them there some two or three
(The Misses Mclrwin have been stu
dents in the Southland seminary evv-
er since, spending their vacations
with their father in Havana, and get
ting frequent visits frorq him at the-
school. He was delighted with the
results so much so that a few
months ago he determined to sub substantially
stantially substantially endow the school as a mem
orial to his mother. It appears that
he was iborn or lived at Gainesville
for many years and Captain Mclr-
win's mother was burled there.
Remembering her struggle and his
own, and seeing the efforts' of the
president, Dr. E. L. 'Stevens, to main maintain
tain maintain the high standard set for the
Southland seminary, and in memory
of his motherhe made over to the
school. 20,000 acres of fine hardwood
forest In Cuba.
The captain had already establish
ed a regular traffic with European
ports for these hardwoodschiefly
mahogany, rosewood and ebony
and there is a steady demand, and
consequently a regular income com
ing from this traffic. It is from this
source that the funds are derived to
pay, for buildings which are being
erected 'by the seminary.
The plans include buildings of va varied
ried varied architecture, as Spanish, Egypt
ian, Moorish, etc. The first -building
is the Spanish, and the finishing
work is being done, though It will
require some months. This building
will be followed by others. An ex
pert landscape gardner will plan the
campus and it is to be one of the
most beautiful in the south.
The value of the endowment given
by Captain Mclrwin to the Southland
seminary is placed at $20,000,000
a most magnificent memorial to
"Mother," and which will serve to
educate the girls of this section. Such
a "munificent gift could not be bet better
ter better appropriated.
We congratulate St. Petersburg
on being the home of the Southland
seminary with its unusual prospects,
though the Land of Manatee will get
much benefit from being so close to
such an opportunity to educate its
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name you see on the back of the coupon ( and.'you are pleased when you see they will give 10 per
cent, discount); you buy a bedfor $10 $9 In cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.l
You've saved $2 already. Your "purchase at the drugstore1 Is $5 -$4.75 and a 23c coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose the purchase is only $1 at the ilext store; 95 cents In cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays it. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; It would take your entire!
$5 coupon book, but It would save you a FIVE 'DOLLAR BILL.
' ' 'i
Just keep in mind, when yousubscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep it toe,"
if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' clSH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and get a book. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekly
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tropolis: "Secretary Butts has been
kept busy today as a member of the
committee appointed to entertain
the Baltimore mayor and party. He
stated that Mr. Golasboro, of the
Baltimore committee, said thati
while the party was at Pittsburg
during the conventlon he heard so
much about Jacksonville that he
thought it -was a Jacksonville convention."
Evidence accumulates that Flor Florida
ida Florida men were away up in front at
the Pittsburg real estate convention.
Another item to this effect is taken
as follows from the Jacksonville Me-
Charleston is another argument
for government ownership of rail
roads. Charleston Is a seaport, but
Senator Tillman says the Southern
Railway has made, a freight rate on
coal against it that "bottles up" its
manufactories and stints its growth.
Something of the same fashion in
which the Florida railroads bottle
up the interior and hinder its
growth in favor of the seaports.
Railroads should not have any such
power, but they have, and only gov
ernment control will" break it.
Occasionally, we miss a copy, of
the St. Petersburg Times. Reason,
we suppose, the mailing galley slugs
of that excellent paper are so bat battered
tered battered with long use that they make
black marks instead of addresses.
Have them reset, Straub.
Is Ym leemaie MiriicgjEnf)
We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and vhl,
you ought to. have? We believe you are. Most of our customers
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But If there Is anything wrc
In our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do our p&rt
straightening It out before the rush days come.
Ocala Eee S PaeMm C
Business must -be pretty good in
St. Petersburg when store rooms are
in such demand that a score-of ap applicants
plicants applicants rush to get one before it Is
completed. St. Petersburg - Independent.
The movement to get Frank Clark
to run for governor no doubt ema ema-nates
nates ema-nates from those who would like to
succeed Frank in Congress.
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aJLc uCALA EVENING STAK.-TIIURSDAV, JULY 2.1. 1014
ill buy a
he lot consists
LL THIS SEASON'S
rok at the Window
OT A REBUKE
Little Comfort for Republicans
, in New Jersey Election.
Weirsiale, July 22. Mr. J. Con-
nell who recently tourel in the!
southern part of the state, has gone j
to Canada for a few weeks. i
THAT ONE WORD SPOILED ALL
"Fine Writer" in a Magazine Did Vell
Until the Close of His
Master John Bishop, who visited ot cny l? the rural press does
District Is Normally Republican and
the Result Could Not Come as a
Surprise to the Leaders
of the Party.
The result of the congressional elec election
tion election in the Seventh New Jersey dis district
trict district appears to have been a reversal
for President Wilson to the precise
extent that failure of the local Demo Democrat
crat Democrat candidate and his backers to
keep the Progressives and Republic Republicans
ans Republicans apart may indicate a Democrat
failure. All the personal appeal of
the candidate and all the support
gim him by the president, in a pu he he-lie
lie he-lie letter of commendation and by
authorized oratory from Senators
relatives in Georgia recently, has re
Mrs. W. F. Perrin of South Lake,
returned home last Thursday from a
very much enjoyed visit with friends
at Wauchula. She gives a flattering
report of that coming city.
A newly married couple of Mem Memphis,
phis, Memphis, Tenn., Mr. and. Mrs. M. Arm Arm-strong,
strong, Arm-strong, are making an extended visit
with relatives here, Mr. and Mrs.
Peterson of South Lake.
Mrs. T. B. Snook observed the W.
C. T. U. Mother'3 Day in her home
the 16th, and delightfully entertain entertained
ed entertained a good crowd.
Mrs. Evans of Brooksville, who
made an extended visit here with
her mother, Mrs. E. Simpson and
CAMPBELL FARM :
hen you want PURE MILK
XD CREAM made from high
ade, healthy cows, with a low
icterial count and a high per
Int. fat test, produced under
initary conditions by. one who
as made it a life work, call
-Tnmovi and T ourla nt nvAil to
argue a large number of Progressives j other relatives, returned home Sat Sat-out
out Sat-out of voting the Republican ticket. J urday.
Some political diagnosticians may re- Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wilson recent recent-gard
gard recent-gard this as proof of Democrat weak- ly entertained a gentleman friend
ness; others wlllnot.
This Seventh New Jersey district
is normally Republican, by an over-; a nice grove west of town, has re
whelming vote. In the Republican- cently gone north for the summer.
Progressive split. of 1912 a Democrat He eaves hi3 grove in splendid
congressman, Representative Brem-;
"v.i n uuac til jjcciiLit wtcaLvt u.w
Mr. George F. Lin dsey, who owns
deal of sympathy, slid through. When
Miss Carrie Frank recently enter-
Bremner was efected the Progressives t3ined at dinner Mr. and Mrs." M.
f a a m r i wr
polled 4,476 votes. In the recent elec-! Armstrong or -Mempms, lenn.
tion they polled 619. What Progress Progressive
ive Progressive party strength may have gone to
Mr, J. R. Hitter of Hastings, is at
Stanton on a ten day or two weeks
the Democrats, as aji eastern com-' visit with nis father and sister, Mrs.
mentator of wontedly judicious tem temper
per temper observes, was easily offset by
strong -Socialist candidate. Whether motored to cala Saturday and re-
this detail is exact or not, the obvious lurnea m ine COOi OI een
W. A. Guthrie.
Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Bickley
showing, as the New. York .World re remarks,
marks, remarks, is that Republicans and Pro-
Ask W. H. if he got the meat.
Mr. S. S. Simpson and family
gressives saw a chance to make a kill- j came Saturday for a visit with his
ing by getting together and they got-mother, Mrs. E. Simpson and. other
together. relatives here.
In a Boston district, nominally Mn R d. Douglas and family
Leiiiocrai, n win nave Deen noiea,
it.. . . i visited
me uemocrais neia tneir own ana re
ilTWORTH & FOLKS, Props
If you want-to bay or sell
New and Second Hand
Farm Tools, Harness Etc.
Easy Payments if Desired.
turned a Democrat congressman.
Neither result seems to have had a
legitimately national application for
the. enlightenment of those seeking
light as to the trend of opinion in the
matter 'of the tariff, canal tolls and
other large questions. Th6 issues
were the same in both districts.
Shady relatives over Sunday.
i 'A same of baseball was nlaved
Saturday on the Stanton diamond
between Weirsdale and Oklawaha.
The result was ten to six in favor
Messrs. Douglas Bros, are repair-
Triumph for the President.
sort survive for the impressing of
minds naive and the amusement of
cold-hearted cynics. In a magazine to
which, whatever else may be denied,
metropolitan origin as well as large
circulation right here must be grant granted,
ed, granted, one runs across this month, with
whatever emotion one chooses to feel,
this imperially purple patch on a story
of humble life:
"Off toward the east, dawn trembled
on the edge of eternity and sent up,
as If the earth were lighting the hori horizon,
zon, horizon, a pearlish light shotted with pink.
A smattering of stars lingered and
trembled as though cold. They paled;
dawn grew pinker, and the black vil village,
lage, village, with its naked trees standing
darkly against the sky, Lent up wispy
spirals of smoke. A derrick in the
jagged bowl cf t.3 quarry moved its
giant arms elowly, and a steam whis whistle
tle whistle blatted."
If it weren't for the dreadful word
"blatted," with its barnyard associa associations
tions associations thick upon it, that might pass,
with folk decently !sind, as pretty
good or if not as good, at least as
pretty, which is always something.
Indeed, any word less dreadful, even
by only a little, could hav been for forgiven
given forgiven by critics not morbidly cap captious,
tious, captious, for the sake of the reference to
stars that "trembled as though cold"
while they lingered in th.3 dawn.
Jt took a real poet to see and say
that, and the reader to whom it doesn't
give a bit of a thrill by its beautiful
accuracy will live and die an Old Pig.
But "blatted r" Let the justly cele celebrated
brated celebrated friend of the justly celebrated
Mabel speak up ''Ain't it awful!"
New York Times.
WE STRIVE TO MAKE A HIT EVERY TIME WE COME TO BAT
OLD DOBKIX RUNS THE BASES FOR US AND MAKES MANY A
Pure Gnava Jelly, Pure Orange Marmalade, Pure Preserved Figs,
Beechnut Crab Apple Jelly, Iieechnut Peach Jam, Beech Beech--
- Beech-- nut Apple Jelly, Glace Pineapple, Ginger and Ivum-
quats In tins.
Twenty-One Pounds of Sugar for $1 with $1 Cash Purchase of other
Groceries on Saturday and 3Ionday Only.
J. L. SMITH GROCERY COUP A MY-
ing and adding to their store build building.
ing. building. iMr. P. Davenport is doing the
Mr. J. S. Sherman accompanied
310 S. Main St. Ocala Fla.
President Wilson deserves the re-, his wife to Ocala Tuesday to give
spect of every sound thinking Ameri-.her a good start on.her trip to Illi
nois, where she will visit some time
with relatives and .friends.
1 Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Xold, who oc occupy
cupy occupy the Haskel cottage, left Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for Crystal River, where they
will visit several days. (S
The Jones property on the lake is
: can for his refusal to yield to the men
i who advised the withdrawal of the
' nomination of WTinthrop M. Daniels as
interstate commerce commissioner.
, The objections .to Mr, Daniels were
: based on his respect for property
rights and his determination, while
serving the state of New Jersey, to
prevent the despoilment of vested in-i home this week for a jolly crowd of
terests. Men of this kind are needed 'campers from Coleman. Mrs. B. E.
in our public life. The -interstate Alsobrook, chaperon for this' lively
commerce commission is just entering
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
y. L. SMOAR
At monk's Wagon Shop.
tlantic Coast Line
oiiday, July 27
ROUND TRIP FARES
igusta . .i.ou
lantei . 6.00
hens ... 6.00
on the appraisal of the railroads, and
it is imperative; that the commission
should have on It men familiar with
railroad values and unprejudiced
enough to make a proper estimate of
Mr. .Wilson was not only brave
enough to refuse to yield to the men
who objected to Mr. Daniels, he was
strong enough to bring about the con-'
firmaticn of his appointee. This Is a
victory for fairness and justice;
Will Be Shock to Teddy.
President Wilson talks of paying
Colombia $25,000,000 for the territory
to which we helped ourselves when we
happened to need it in the canal busi business.
ness. business. Rush the news to Armageddon!
Have we reached the pass where we
unprotestingly permit a pusillanimous
subservience to common honesty to
dim the glory of him whose fairest
boast is: "I took Panama"? Hartford
bunch, has her hands full. Beside
her two children, little CUary Lee
and Edward, she is trying to keep
her eyes on the following: Misse
Lucy Kingsley, Bessie Mae Hill, Nel Nellie
lie Nellie Hill, Cleo Laws, Mabel Vaughn,
Leonora Crenshaw, Jewel Wicker,
Lorena Barnes and, Messrs. John
Hill, Lee Condry, Leigh Caruthers,
Herbert Hall, Honier Coleman, Roy
Hill, James Condry and Preston
Centenary of Josephine's Death.
The ex-Empress Jostphine, divorced
wife of Napoleon, died 100 years ago
at Malmaison. Josephine was born in
the Island of Martinique and lived there
until her fifteenth year, when she went
to Paris and was presented at court.
Shortly after she married Viscount
Alexandre de Beauharnais, then a ma major
jor major in the French army. The couple
had two children Eugene, afterward
Viceroy of Italy, and Hortense, future
Queen of Holland and mother of Na Napoleon
poleon Napoleon III. At the beginning of the
French revolution Beauharnais was
made commander-in-chief f of' the
French army. Then, like so many oth other
er other persons in high positions he fell a
victim to the guillotine and his wife
narrowly escaped the same fate. The
marriage. of Josephine and Napoleon
took place' in 179S, when Napoleon was
just climbing to fame. In 1809 they
were divorced so that Napolean might
wed the Archduchess Maria Louisa of
Austria! Is is one of the ironies of
history that the next Bonaparte who
came to the throne of France as Na Napoleon
poleon Napoleon III was Josephine's and not
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BEST DIARRHOEA REMEDY
OCALA liODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. U.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even even-ngs
ngs even-ngs in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffiee, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad.
If you have ever used Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy you know that it is a suc success.
cess. success. Sam F. Guin, Whatley, Ala.,
writes, "I had measles .and got
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for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy I could not possi possibly
bly possibly have lived b it a few hours long longer,
er, longer, but thanlii to this remedy, I am
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Everything Going Well.
Tho TTndorwnnil.Slmmnna tariff law
lo u or, f1Q r,t tn "Chamberlain's. Tablets are entltl
' v... .. sed to all the praise I can give them.V
writes Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencer Spencer-port,
port, Spencer-port, N. Y. They have cured me of
headache and. nervousness and re restored
stored restored my normal health." For sale
by all dealers. idv.
all appearances, still lives and does
business. With the coming of spring
bank clearings, the only certain ba barometer
rometer barometer of trade, show steady gains
over 1913, and only the" railroad situa situation
tion situation is in any way clouded. We have
not heard, however, that it is claimed
that there is any direct connection be between
tween between the railroads and the tariff.'
; kets limited to August 1st, and
I e obd returning on any regular
ain within limit.
For information, call or write to:
AV. FRITOT, I). P. A., A. C. L.
1 C. KIRKLAND, D. P A. A. C. Jj.
Tafts Tribute a Fine One.
Mr. Taft, with a generosity which
a defeated president has rarely ex exhibited
hibited exhibited toward his successor, gives this
tribute of praise: "I rejoice in the
existence of a situation in which the
party in power Is fulfilling Its prom promises
ises promises made in the platform, and is do doing
ing doing so by following the guidance of
the head of the party, who is charged
by the people with the party's responsibility."
Few Disgruntled Ones.
After all, probably not one man in
two hundred ever applied or ever will
apply for a federal office, and while
that one may mourn that his "claims"
are disregarded, the. 199 rejoice that
the nation's chief Is In better business
than the mere distribution of jobs.
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
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West of Courthouse
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:S0 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
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0:30 a. m; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited !'.aves Jacksonville
ll:0 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
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arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrive arrive-Jacksonville
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This bank i always open until 8
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and Mondays; on other days of the
week It closes at 3 o'clock in the aft
ernoon.. The bank will observe all
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tional. and will remain closed on
George Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf
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m O i i i i i i K hF0
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis
iting brotners. Wm. M. Gober C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
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fHE OCAIiA EVENING STAR,-THURSDAY, JULY 23. 1014
BOARD OF TRADE
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you nave any items for this
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Winer and son
Freddie, Mr. AV. L. Colbert and
family and Mr. J. P. -Phillips and
family will leave early Monday
morning for West Palm Beach and
Miami, where they will spend sev several
eral several weeks. They will make the
trip in their cars.
Mrs. D. X. Barco arrived Monday
evening from the southern part of
the state and is the guest of her
cousin, Mr, and Mrs. Wallace Kelsey,
at their home on "Fourth street, for
U fav n F cvma Inn erf V. 5 n T o "V ;ntl.
ville. -Times-Union. I
'Mrs. Barco is from Arcadia and
before her marriage was Miss Annie
Clark of Fellowship.
Miss Catherine Livingston is en-
tertaining at the home of her p
cuts, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. (Livingston?
a trio of very charming girls. They
are 'Miss Beulah Whitney of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Miss Nancy Doster and Miss
Minnie Jackson of Birmingham, Ala.
31iss Jackson was a lovely visitor
last year and her arrival yesterday at
the home of her uncle and aunt' was
a source of pleasure to her many
' "Mr. W. K. Zewadski, Sr., return returning
ing returning today from Tampa, concluded
one of the happiest visits of his life.
The occasion' marking the visit so
decidedly was the arrival recently of
:a bouncing young son at the home of
Mr. W. K. Zewadski, Jr. Mrs'. Ze Zewadski,
wadski, Zewadski, who accompanied her hus hus-hand
hand hus-hand to Tampa, arrived today in
Clearwater to spend a week visiting
3ier brother, Mr. J. B. Barco.
ftlrs. 'Edward Holder had as her
guest on a delightful and extended
motoring trip yesterday, Mrs. E. L.
Carney,' Mrs. C S. Scott and Mrs. J.
H. Taylor. The party visited Lees-
ourg. iEustis. Tavarps and interven
ing points. At Eustfs a delicious
.picnic lunch -was enjoyed.
-Messrs. Clarence and Olaf Zewad
. 1 ; 111 ' ti
ski wm remain in Tampa for a visit
or some length to their brothers,
Messrs. W. K., Jr., and Guy Zewaf Zewaf-ski.
ski. Zewaf-ski. They went to Tampa from.
Clearwater after the final ball game
last week of the Ocala-Clearwater
Mr. Louis Zelmer has returned to
Forsyth, Ga., after a visit of a week
to Mr. and Mrs 7: r riioTflKHc...
mmwm w. VfilUUiUliOO
.; ,: 4 ":'--:.','
"r" Mrs. L. Knight of Palatka is in the
city visiting relatives.
Ir. and iMrs. C. E. Winston have
as their guest Mr. Winston's father,
Dr. C. Winston, who arrived several
weeks ago from his home at Winter
Mr. Claude E. Laveron and his
4ovely-iiiS 'bride, who have been
guests of his aujrft, Mrs. A. E. Del Delouest
ouest Delouest since Monday, returned to
Jacksonville this afternoon. Mrs.
Greer, a charmingjojinIajixof
G renBprJii gs a n d her marriage last
weeK, quietly performed on account
at the recent death of her ihusband's
Tomcle, has been the occasion of a
showier of congratulations and, best
wishes from the many friends of
both, and especially from the friends
of Mr. Laveron during their brief
visit in Ocala.
iMlss Louise Teague arrived from
Tiady Lake this afternoon to visit
Miss Katie Mae Eagleton for a Week.
Miss Eagleton will also have as her
guest Misses Margaret Edwards and
Lois Livingston and the week prom promises
ises promises to be one of the jolliest ever
.spent by the girls.
Mrs. L. J. Pari is enjoying a visit
from her great grandson, :Mr. Oliver
f lough of Bartow.
Mr. Joseph Hallagan, who has
been visiting his sister, Mrs. A. E.
Delouest for two weeks, leaves to to-TnoTrowT
TnoTrowT to-TnoTrowT for his home in Rensselaer,
Tnd. He will be accompanied by
Mrs. Delouest who will remain in In Indiana
diana Indiana until late fall.
Dr .and iMrs. Jack Halton of Sar Sarasota,
asota, Sarasota, are visiting Mrs. Halton's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Swain at
&jiinony, coming especially to be
with Mr. Edwin Swain during his
annual visit to his parents.
IMessrs. Paul Weathers and La Lagrange
grange Lagrange Sistrunk are spending the
rnght at Woodmar the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. D. S. Woodrdw.
- v f
-uiss trances Lnamoers nas re returned
turned returned from Pass-a-Grille, where she
Tscas the guest of 'Mr. and Mrs. Gil Gil-"2eTt
"2eTt Gil-"2eTt eLach. Miss Nettie Chambers
department call phoae 106)
returned yesterday afternoon from
Anna Maria, where she has been vis visiting
iting visiting Miss Lucy Whaley. Tampa
'. At thlTliome of Rev. George Tur Turner
ner Turner in Gaiter, Wednesday evening,
his daughter, Miss Mabel, was mar married
ried married to Mr. George Davis of Dunnel Dunnel-lon.
lon. Dunnel-lon. The bride is a- pretty and
charming young lady, and has friends
in Ocala where she has been the
guest of heraun, Mrs. George W.
Cleveland. Thef groom is a worthy
young business man of the phos phosphate
phate phosphate city. v y"'
'Among those present were Mrs.
Geo. W. Cleve,kind and sons, Wilbur
and Ralph, Mr. Frank Hall and fam
ily and Messrs. Ross and Alfred Tur
ner of Ocala.
'MrsTCharles Goddard, Mrs. Reed
Montgomery and Miss Rena Smith
went to Lake Weir this afternoon to
spend the week-end with Mrs. R. L.
Miss Irene Tompkins who has been
visiting friends at Plant City will
return home today. Miss Tompkins
will be accompanied by Miss Odell
Who will be her guest for a short
Mrs. J. P. Odell and children ar arrived
rived arrived today from Micanopy and will
spend the week-end with Mrs. Odell's
sister, (Mrs. D, W. Tompkins.
Mrs. S. Lanier Robertson and
children are visiting relatives at
Miss Dorothy Webber ,went to Zu-
ber this afternoon to Visit friends.
Mrs. E. :H. Martin, w-ho has been
the guest of Mrs. Frank Parker, has
gone to Largo to visit her mother
before returning td her home in
Mr .and Jajs. M. J. tRoess have the
eongratulatioiwunf their friends on
another son, (bjrn to them yesterdaynnotices to different points and no-
Mrs. T. F. Alexander and children
returned yesterday afternoon from
Hendersonville, X. C, where they
have been spending three weeks.
Mrs. 'Alexander's sister, Miss Ley, of
Lakeland, who has been with them
remained for a longer visit. Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune.
NEW STUDENTS AT
THE BUSINESS COLLEGE
Mr. O. IR. Rivers is taking a book
keeping course in the Ocala Busi Business
ness Business College, and Mr. Bernard
Koonee a commercial course. Miss
vo LaRue has changed from the
night to the day school. Prof. Eigle,
the principal, is very much encour encouraged,
aged, encouraged, over the patronage his school
Is receiving. He is doing his full,
art, has an excellent business col-
flege and the people are realizing it
and slowly ibut surely, comeing to
patronize the school.
Piaster Alien JtioninraKe is re
covering from his operation nicely.
Miss Lillian Godbold continues to
Arden figs in
cents fper' quart.
"Go North by Sea"
MERCHANTS & MIXERS TRANS
rsew Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
City Ticket Office, 25 Rogan Street
RKGULAR SEMI-MONTHLY. 3IEET 3IEET-IXG
IXG 3IEET-IXG WILL HE HELD THIS
The regular semi-monthly meeting
of the Board of Trade will be held
at headquarters tonight at S o'clock.
Report of meeting of National Real
Estate Association at Pittsburg to
be made, and much important busi business
ness business to be transacted. All members
ghould be present.
I Belleview, July 22. Mrs. Sylvan
iDumont and daughter, Miss Olivia,
jmade a business trin to Ocala last
Mr. H. C. Bass, who has been
stopping with Mr. A. A. Adams for
the past week, left last Tuesday for
South Florida points.
Mr. J. O. Hightower, from the
principality of Heather Island, was
in town last Monday afternoon.
Mr. A. L. Mitchell of the bureau
of chemistry, Washington, D. C,
spent a couple of days in our town
Mr. Albert Tleinoehl left last
Thursday for Jacksonville, after a
very pleasant visit at the Nelson
Master Eugene Hardison of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville is spending his vacation
with his aunt, Mrs. V. D. P. Pratt.
Mr. John L. Lyles of Dunnellon,
was visiting here with friends last
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Jesse Spencer went to the en encampment
campment encampment with the Ocala militia
Mr. W. A. McKae, traveling audi auditor
tor auditor for the S. A. L. Railway, was in
town last Wednesday and In the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon he and Mr. Sumner took an
automobile ride to Lake Weir.
Miss Virginia Fay Sumner is
hatching her first tooth and it is cer certainly
tainly certainly pretty to look at, and some something
thing something to be proud of.
Mr. John R. Proctor is mourning
the loss of two of his trusty convicts
who skipped the gutter last Tuesday
morning without telling "where tney
Deputy Sheriff Edgar
Pe'lot scoured the woods all day to
no effect. Mr. Proctor sent out
tified the sheriff's office. Pat and
Harry will be seen no more unless
they. are apprehended.
iMrs. I. I. 'Strong is In town visit visiting,
ing, visiting, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I. N. Nichols.
Justice ,of the Peace J. N. Shedd
closed his eyes and balanced the
scales of justice last Monday morn morning
ing morning in the case of the state vs.
Charley Fornell, assault and bat battery,
tery, battery, with Intent to hit and kick.
The evidence was so plain and con conclusive
clusive conclusive that the judge could do
nothing less than hand him a com
mission of one hundred dollars and
costs or six months in the gang.
Deputy Sheriff Bdgar Pelot carried
him to Ocala on the noon train to
give him a proper introduction to
Mr. Chalker. From the evidence it
seems that Charley has been a little
bit too promiscuous with his hands
and feet In the family circle.
Rev. B. N. Tanner and wife with
Mrs. F. A. Abbott and Miss Verdie,
left last Tuesday for Mrs. (Abbott's
home in Woodstock, 111., to which
point they will accompany the body
of Mr. Abbott; who died last Fri Friday.
day. Friday. From there 3Ir. and iMrs. Tan Tanner
ner Tanner will go to Cleveland,' Ohio, for
the balance of the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Welhe left last
Wednesday for points In the north,
where they will spend the balance
of the summer with their friends
Dad Hardison is going to build
him a bungalow on that lot of his in
the south end of town.
Mr. Geo. E. Merrill has a contract
for furnishing the labor and mater
ial for Dad Hardison's house.
Miss Flossie Evans went up to
Ocala on Wednesday's noon rain,
and while there will visit with Mrs.
M. M. Little.
The members of the W. C. T. U.
carried a donation dinner -to the con convicts
victs convicts on the hard road last Sunday,
which -as greatly appreciated.
One of your old and valued sub subscribers
scribers subscribers of many years standing
wishes to renew for another year.
Herewith find the coin to cover
Heather Island Happenings
Over on Heather Island last week,
a stalk of corn fell over on a man,
striking him on the shoulder, break breaking
ing breaking it.
While -Mr. Hightower was riding
along a lonely road through the
hammock, he was attacked by a flock
of wild turkeys, and he only escaped
by digging his spurs deep Into the
flanks of his horse and outrunning
While hunting eggs In an old
field, a big covey of quail rose up
and flew at Mrs. Hightower with the
That is Fit tor the Kitchee
We have a most complete line of these goods
for the Kitchen. Aluminum, White, Grey,
Blue and Blue with -White Lining, Enameled
Ware. Call and see our line of
viclousnesi of hawks, and only by
throwing her apron over ber head
and. running for her life did. she es escape
cape escape possible Injury,
A young game cock, feeling his
spurs, whipped, the bulldog until he
took refuge in his 'kennel.
'A big bullfrog setting on the riv river
er river bank singing a te .deum of praise,
was approached in a stealthy man manner
ner manner by a big cotton tail moccasin,
and as the snake 'sprung the frog
whirled and caught the snake in his
mouth and swallowed him, and used
the cotton tail for a napkin.
One or Mr. iHightowers choice
razor-back hogs came across a big
gator migrating from pond to' pond.
This so enraged the hog that he
jumped on -Mr. Gator and trampled
him to a jelly. He then called all
the other hogs and they eat him up.
N All these little happenings are but
Incidents of the day and pass almost
unnoticed by the dwellers on this
mysterious Island, but to one not
used to this kind of Urine it causes
them to keep ever on the alert, and
Is not easily forgotten. Several other
things happened, but if I was to re rebate
bate rebate them people might doubt my
veracity, but this Island Is some
Wacahoota, July 22. Mr. and
Mrs. Edwards and two interesting
sons, of Ocala; arrived the 10th, on
a visit to Mrs. Edwards mother, Mrs.
V. P. Smith. Mr. 'Edwards return returned
ed returned to Ocala on the 13th, leaving
Mrs. Edwards and the children for a
Dr. J. Alderman, Mr. Ernest Ly
les, Dr. C. C. MIxson and Dr. Barrs,
of Gainesville, motored over Monday
afternoon and enjoyed a fishing trip
to Johnson Lake.
Mrs. V. P. Smith spent last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday in Gainesville having dental
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lyles and two
children, of Gainesville, came over
Tuesday afternoon and spent until
Friday visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. and iMrs. Charles Curry and
daughter, Thelma, and Mrs. J. O.
Tyson and son, Jonnle, and daughter,
Janielie, spent the day with Mrs. S.
E. Bouknight, of Micanopy, last
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mixson, Mr.
Tunno Mixson, Mrs. Guy MIxson and
daughter, Katherine, and Mrs. Wil Willie
lie Willie Bruton, of. Gainesville, spent
Wednesday on Ledwith Lake, they
were met by a number from this
neighborhood and Mrs. J. D. Reeves,
rice boilers,,: ;: '::
Celebrated Savory Roasters
We will be glad to show you any or all of this ware.
fficala Mo livery Conpaey-
. PHONE 125
No trip too long, or none to short for us to make.'
t Prompt Service.; Charges Reasonable i
I C. H.COONER, EMSEg
Mrs- Harvey Bruton and son and
Tifln Hlll'from MIcanonr. Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Lyles and children, of
Gainesville, Mr. Neil 'Mathews, of
Flemington, and (Mr. Grady Slath Slath-ewsr
ewsr Slath-ewsr of Jacksonville. The day. wai
spent In fishing-, boating, .etc. : : At
noon the fish and 'grits" were cook cook-ed
ed cook-ed over a camp fire and hot! coffee
and Iced tea with other things the
lunch baskets afforded 'which was
ample Tefreshmeut for all.
Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Bruton aid
Mr." and Mrs. Ernest Lyles attended
a barbacue at Shell Pond Thursday.
Mr. .Richardson, of Micanopy.
came out last Tuesday and Is -pleasantly
located at Mrs. V. P. Smith's
popular boarding nouse. -;-
Mr. Clarence Smith left "Friday
for a visit to Palatka.
Rev. Entzmlnger, of Micanopy
filled his regular appointment here
:Miss 'Rosalie Smith and CMr. John
Walkup", of Mcintosh, took supper
with Mrs. C. G. Mixson in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sunday night, motoring home
Misses Theora and areola Smith
returned Yesterday from a visit' to
Mrs. Lum Rawls, of Lake City. They
report a most enjoyable visit.
Mr. R. P. Smith took two bale3 of
wool to Williston Saturday.-
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith and son
were week end visitors to Mr. Lau
rence Beck, of Fellowship.
Mr. John May, of Jacksonville,
and Mr. Marion May, of Micanopy,
were calling in our midst Sunday af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wt Bradley and
daughter,. Lucile, were shopping In
WOODMls OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp Mo. 14 meets In
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns alwayp welcome. Adv.
F. J. Burden, C. C
Chas, K. Sage, Clerk.
in i ii ii j.m n.i i i
J rvf.r TTrT P.
UUUiiO IIUJ ill
" Experience ia or should ba ccr
Itaclicr. Women who have obeyed
of all eacriflcs7j
Btrurirle for the!
?cC of others. sh
have a. lottery
of helpful lufiui
t h a n Vi -h a a v
ii;v2r wi At any rato t
vV.J a prospective kj
daughter to do as iho did to
iIotherB Friend," thcYe Is ample rer
to believe It the right kind of advice.
Its purpose Is to furnish pliancy to
muscles, to take away the strain on I
cords and ligaments, to relieve the t
ision of nerves' and tendons so apt'
provoke or aggravate nausea, mon
sickness, twitching of the limbs anc
on. It Is applied externally.
Although, ia the nature of thlnr'
'woman would use "Mother's Friend'
rarely, yet so effective has Jt been to"
that this splendid remedy is on pnf pnf-most
most pnf-most drug stores throughout the Un
States. It has been prepared by Brad:
Regulator Co., 306 Lamar Bid?., AtU:
Ga,, and advertised by us for over twe
years. Ask at the drug store for a be
pX 'Mother's Friend." It Is worta vrl
Hiss Blank was not young when t
waa married, wherefore th6 inncc
Question of a little neighbor pro
u""w; 1U5. UUW IliCC Ui JVH
bring me flowers, Jimmief" was i
way the trouble started. "And sue!
surprise, too; I don't think I ever
such a. nice surprise before In all r
life." MNot even when you otx,
ried?" asked the wide-eyed child-
Ciggest Rubber Tree of All.
What is believed to be the !arr
rubber tree in the world stands ia l
Brazilian territory of Acre, on t
. . ,fl 9 A 1 mm
imnror nr i .ni 1 v;i. ilh sipm iq v. i xr
2 7-10 Inches In circumference at t
base. For 120 day3 every year
colossus gives 22 pounds of rub be r
day. At present prices this brine;
?2,ltu a year, or a iair inieresi
about $30,000, to IU owners, a fr
of seven Seringueiros.
. JJand concert Friday OTcni:;
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 23. 1914
ONE AHonxt "Prick
1.1'--' y-rr. nS?sFif!S
THE HARDWARE WE SELL, IS; MADE MOSTLY OF STEEL
AND IRON, YET THIS IS THE. SORT OF A GOLDEN RULE WE
PRACTICE WE SELL GOOD, HONEST, R ELI AISLE STUFF; WE
PUT A FAIR AND SQUARE PRICE ON IT; CHARGE EVERY EVERY-KODY
KODY EVERY-KODY THIS SAME PRICE.
DON'T YOU WANT TO HO 'BUSINESS WITH-THIS" SORT OF A
W. Condon Informs the
the weather permitting,
be a band concert Friday
CLYDE MEN IN THE CITY
Mr. Herman G. Wenzel, of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Florida passenger agent of
the Clyde Line Steamship Company,
and Mr. L. S. Scroble, of Jackson-
ville, commercial agent for the com company,
pany, company, were in the city, yesterday.
The gentlemen are making a tour of
the state in the interest of the pop popular
ular popular ship line, and are getting some
good results. Mr. Wenzel lately suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded Mr. P. M. Ironmonger, who
held the position for a quarter of a
century. He is from New York and
was for iz years in the company s
offices In that city. He is a pleasing
young man and is making
friends for himself and
pany in his new position.
SCOTTISH RITE DEGREES
The Star calls to mind several lo local
cal local companies that have declared div dividends
idends dividends on their capital stock this
month. We are more than glad to
note the success of these companies.
The Citizens' Investment Com Company,
pany, Company, which has only been in exist existence
ence existence about three years, Is perform performing
ing performing the duties of a building and loan
association in a modest way. Its
stock is now worth more than 25
per cent above par, and a semi semiannual
annual semiannual dividend of 5 per cent has
just been declared.
The Carn-Thomas Co., one of the
successful grocery firms of the city,
is making out its dividend checks for
the stockholders, being a semi semiannual
annual semiannual dividend of 5 per cent.
The Florida Central Land Com Company,
pany, Company, whose holdings are almos en entirely
tirely entirely in city property, declared a
dividend on July 1st of 17 per
NONE FOR TAMPA
Phone 118, Ocaie, Ffa
THERE ARE MANY USEFUL THINGS FOR YOU IN OUR STORE
BESIDES JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE. RELIABLE FOUNTAIN
PENS, CANES AND UMBRELLAS WITH PLAIN HANDLES OR
FANCY DESIGNS IN GOLD AND SIL VER. WE HA VE ONL Y THE
BEST MAKES OF TflESE GOODS, BECAUSE THEY ARE THE
ONLY KIND THAT LAST ANa GIVE SATISFACTION. THE PRICE
IS BUT LITTLE MORE THAN OTHERS ASK FOR THE POORER
KINDS, AND YOU WILL BE PLEASED AND ,PROUD OF THE
GOODS WE SELL YOU.
A. E. BURNETT,
' .v ". '. ........
The Reliable Jeweler, Merchants 3Iock, Ocala, Fla.
The Ancient and Accented Scot
tish Rite of Masonry has now be become,
come, become, what Masonry at first was
meant to be, a teacher of great
truths, inspired by an upright and
enlightened reason, a firm and con constant
stant constant wisdom, and an- erTectionate
and liberal philanthropy. It Is
a connected system of moral and re religious
ligious religious and philosophical instruction.
Sectarian of no creed, it has drawn
from the old and allegories of the
ancient mysteries of Egypt, Persia,
Greece, India, the Druids, and the
Essenes, as vehicles to communicate
the great masonic truths.
We however do not teach the
truth, of any of the legends we re recite.
cite. recite. They are to us but parables
and allegories, involving and envel enveloping
oping enveloping masonic instruction. They rep
resent the different phases of the
human mind, its efforts and strug
gles to cofnprehend nature, God, the
government of the Universe, the!
primitive existence of sorrow and
evil. To teach us wisdom, and the
foHy of endeavoring to explain to
ourselves that which we are not cap capable
able capable of understanding, we reproduce
the speculations of the philosophers,
the kabalists, tiie mystagogues, and
the gnostics. Every one being at
liberty to apply our symbols and em emblems
blems emblems as he thinks most consistent
with truth and reason, and with his
own faith, we give them such an in interpretation
terpretation interpretation only as. may be accept accepted
ed accepted by all.
To honor the Deity, to regard all
men as our brethren, as children
equally dear to Him, of the Supreme
Creator of the Universe, and to
make himself useful to society and
himself by his labor, are the Scot Scottish
tish Scottish Rite teachings to its initiates in
all the degrees. The true Mason is
a practical philosopher, who under
religious emblems in all ages adopt adopted
ed adopted by wisdom, builds upon plans
traced by nature and reason the mor moral
al moral edifice of knowledge. He ought
to find in the symmetrical Telation
of all the parts of this rational edi edifice,
fice, edifice, the principle and rule of all his
duties, the source of all his pleas pleasures.
ures. pleasures. He Improves his moral nature,
becomes a better man, and finds in
the reunion of virtuous men, assem assembled
bled assembled with pure views, the means of
multiplying his acts of ibeneflcence.
Masonry and philosophy, without
being one and the same thing, have
the same object, and purpose to
themselves the same end, the wor worship
ship worship of the Grand Architect of the
Universe, acquaintance and famili familiarity
arity familiarity with the wonders of nature, and
the ;happiness of humanity attained
by the consistent practice of all the
virtues. ('Extracts from the "Mor "Morals
als "Morals and Dogma.")
The officers and members of the
Lodge of Perfection of Jacksonville
will present the degrees of the Scot Scottish
tish Scottish Rite from the 4th to the 14th, at
Palatka, Wednesday, July 29, 1914
by special dispensation, commenc commencing
ing commencing at 2: 30 p. m. and at 7:30 p. m.
An Ocala saloon has gone out of
business on account of lack of trade.
There is some hope for Ocala. Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune.
Thanks for the compliment.
Turn sory we can't return It.,
COMMONER'S OPINION OF
TIIE NEXT CAMPAIGN
iXew York World: When a wise
old campaigner like William J. Bry Bryan
an Bryan tells Col. Roosevelt that there is
absolutely no chance for him in
1916, the assertion Is worthy of re
spect. Secretary Bryan has never
lost step with the people, and he
knows as well as any other man and
better than most men the direction
in which they are moving. But of
more importance with the certain
fate of the Oyster Bay claimant is
Mr.. Bryan's intimation that the can
didate, who Is to put all others to
rout two years hence will be Wood-
row Wilson. "The ex-president may
add to the gaiety of the campaign,"
says the secretary of state, "but he
will not weaken President Wilson's
strength with the masses." Although
most democrats have not ibeen look
ing to Mr. (Bryan for an avowal of
xne president s candidacy ror a sec
ond term, this 'looks very much like
Including Meals and Stateroom Accommodations
Good Returning any Steamer to October 31st.
Only Direct Line from
-JACKS vi ejl:
THROUGH RATES TO ALL POINTS IN t NORTHERN STATES
Apply to H. G. i WENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent,
122 West -Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
ECLIPSE ROOFING CEMENT
it is tne greatest cement in ex
istence to stop leaks in tin or meta
roofs and glitters; never fails; ever
lasting. Ocala Seed Store. 7-24-2t
OCALA HOUSE id OPEN
TNWING 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 nil rooms be ready be
fore 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 r
equipped to care for the traveling public, and at
LOUiS M. Long, Manager
Pedro, July 22. We are enjoying
the late arrival of Immense rains
and cool breezes. Our mid-summer
days seem more like the ever pleas
Mrs. Willie Perry and three child
ren of Ocala were week-end visitors
to Mrs. Perry's parents, Mtt. and
Mrs. lA-lf Proctor.
'Mrs. Annie Sherouse returned to
Blitchton Saturday after having
spent a pleasant week with her
large number of relatives here. Mr.
and iMrs. M. M. Proctor accompanied
her home, returning Sun-day.
The 'Misses Proctor are the proud
recipients of a new piano, a gift
from their father, Mr. M. M. Proc Proctor.
tor. Proctor. Mrs. O. J. Lovell has been serious seriously
ly seriously ill, but is slowly improving.
fThe young ladies gave an ice
cream supper at the school house
Saturday night for the benefit of the
Mr. and IMrs. John Cove have re returned
turned returned to their native home in Ohio
after several months, stay with us.
Mr. Alf Proctor iriade a business
trip to Ocala Tuesday.
Mr. Walter fXichols "continues ill.
Several of our young people at attended
tended attended services at Oxford Sunday.
(Mrs. Viola Pratt and twochildren
who are guests of Mrs. Pratt's par-
will confer the degree of Perfect .ents at ,DaiiaSf sp11t two days with
Elu, or 14th degree, in full form and
'All qualified Master Masons are
eligfble to receive the degrees at this
time, and a very large class is ex expected
pected expected to be present, coming from the
near-by cities and towns, to take ad advantage
vantage advantage of this Tare opportunity.
For further information apply to
your local secretary, or to the gener
R. V. Rogero, at Jack-
By Emil Duerka, on C. Y. Miller
place, 'l1 miles south of Leroy,
Fla., one 4-year-old mare, one 9-year-old
mare, one 12-year-old horse,
one 2Tmonths'-old colt, 16 barrels
syrup, one z-norse wagon, one new
corn mill 3 rolls, 2 kettles, 25
acres very good corn, '5 acres cane
and $500 worth of furniture. All at
a bargain. Owner leaving coun
relatives .here last week.
In memory of the Martyrs of Lud
low. (See "The Colorado War," Met
ropolitan Magazine for July. 2-22-3t
Attpllcnlinn for Leave
Notice is hereby given that on the
17th ilar of A it (runt. A. X). 11114
I will apply to Honorable W. K. Smith,
county judsre In and for Marion coun county,
ty, county, state of Florida, at his office In
Ocala, in said county, for an order au authorizing
thorizing authorizing me, as guardian of the minor
heirs of the estate of Wesley Ullmer.
deceased, to sell at private sale the
following propertj- belonging to said
The interest of said minors in and
to the pine timber on the land in Mar Mar-Ion
Ion Mar-Ion county. Florida, described as sw'i
of section 20. township 16 south, range
21 east. Said land belonging to the
estate of the said Wesley Ullmer. de
ceased, to be sold for the best interest
of said minor heirs.
This 21st day of July. 1914.
For Brand new
Such as Splash Crepes, Figured
Crepes, Embroidered Crepes, Ra Ratines,
tines, Ratines, Plisses, Pongees and many
other late fabrics.
These goods sold up to 49c a yard.
By a special purchase we are of offering
fering offering the lot for this week at
cemts per yaippi
Ldok at the Window
Woodmen meet tomorrow night.
Ready for Bislie
I am rotv prepared to giYf my undivided attention to all kinds of
Jewelry mi Wafeh -Bepairtag.
I have all the latest appliances for doing work of this class
quickly and at the lowest possible expense. Give me a trlaL
X ClffiAlSILES SMITM
CarlIsleDrus Store Building
PM YOUK FAITM TO OCALA.
20 Per Cent. Real Estate Investment.
Does this Look Good to You?
Two small four-room tenement houses, in good
condition, lot large enough for two more houses,
in colored section, just west of S. A. L. Railway,
on South 3d street, now rented to good tenants and
paying 20 per cent on the price asked, $600 for the two.
Titles perfect. If interested see me at once. They will not be
long on the market at this price.
r lAf rlTT'Y Real Estate and Fire Insurance
r. uv. 1 i i w,
The Management o! 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 rua
Ririctlr ethicai lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4i30 P. M. PHONE 33
I Read Oar UNCIASSIFED ADS lor yonr wants
THE OCA LA EVENING BTAR, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1911
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS
I'M CETAINL cIwAD
THA.-T I UAsB. AKJ BP-
TClNT OfrflCt CjiRL
NOW .SHE'S O.K. ND A
PER CENT MPROVtNielT
0N THAT MEMBER OR
"THE W.C.T.U. THAT
1 HAD BEFORE. ALL 5 HE.
VVAi 400D FOR WAi ro
i irm m
' TT II I I'll UI,lw"'''
1 DO ABOUT
WRITE. K NOTE.
ELUNC Mil! TO
PAT VP P.P.O.
OR HE'LL Ci&T
And Father was only attending strictly to business.
Tin RCJH-Y TO THIS
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the. signature of "Ah
itor to Ireland," a man from the
United States who has just been tour touring
ing touring the Green Isle with a" party of
friends hits straight from the should shoulder
er shoulder in remarkable open letter address addressed
ed addressed to Englishmen which follows:
You English people don't seem to
look facts in the face about your
Your lAsquith Is not unlike our
Mr. Wilson in that he talks a great
.deal and does little, but whereas our
(Mr. Wilson's Mexican muddle can
wait awhile, your Mr. Asquith is
getting so deep into his Irish bog
' that .unless he gets a move on him
quickly, he and his fellow talkers
will be submerged in a morass of
shame that will be all that will be re remembered
membered remembered of them in English his history.
tory. history. ,-'
To travel through Ireland by" au automobile
tomobile automobile these-lovely summer days
would be a .delight were it not for
the shadow that haunts our little
party of "American pleasure seekers.
' Not in the least concerned in your
political affairs, we do very strong strongly
ly strongly object that, when we have been
lured across the Atlantic by the clev-
; ( er : advertisin g o f yo u r r a i 1 r oad an d
steamship corporations, we find our ourselves
selves ourselves in a very unexpected Ireland,
an Ireland almost as certainly on the
edge of a bloody catastrophe as we
. were in 1860. :
We open your somewhat dull look looking
ing looking English and Irish newspapers
each morning, we read aloud to our
little party the platitudes of your
'Lansdownes, Morleys, and the rest of
them, and we cannot understand why
they and: you instead of staying at
home and talking, don't come and
see for yourselves what your Empire
. is heading for. We have been here
,two weeks, and throughout -Ulster,
Leinster, Munster and Connaught
: we have not, to our knowledge met
an English visitor.
We have 'been present at gather gathering
ing gathering after gathering of the rival gangs
of bloodthirsty cuthroats who are
preparing to make you Britishers
look ridiculous throughout the World
en shillings in the pound taxes rate;
and they like to foe told how to vote
by their priests. That is not your
idea of civilization, or ours, but sure surely
ly surely they are entitled to their own
views in their own part of the coun country.
try. country. Take the man of Ireland; let the
Scotch and English-Irish continue
their hard, practical church of .Eng .England
land .England and Baptist ways at one end of
the island and leave the Roman
Catholics to manage their part by
ruling off the six Ulster counties.
. You say that is not enough for
the Presbyterians. I disagree. You
say that the Catholics won't accept
that solution. My own impression
! after many interviews with people
and priests, is that they will gladly
take it nay make other sacrifices to
Carson's army, whose motor dis dispatch
patch dispatch riders in their hordes search
the countrysides and watch the Cath Catholic
olic Catholic movements night and day, his
mausers and machine guns (yes
plenty of them), have awakened
these easy going Celts to the fact
that once more they have been out out-organized.
organized. out-organized. They w-ill take what
they can get now; but the existing
tension cannot Jast.
When neighbors hate, neighbors
will eventually quarrel. 'As I write
Carson's army and Redmond's rab rabble
ble rabble are facing each hour the twenty-
four hours round and bloodshed may may-start
start may-start at any minute.
Meanwhile your well-paid politi politicians
cians politicians on both sides talk comfortably
in what you call the Best C,lub in
the World and take abundant care
to avoid the bother of coming over
here to find out for themselves the
trouble that is' coming to them and
and we look in vain for any real
presentation of this amazing state
of affairs by newspapers. We do not
side with Carson's army, though we
admire the way in which Kitchen Kitchener's
er's Kitchener's methods have perfected it, and
we rather pity Redmond's unarmed
and leaderless rabble.
. What puzzles us is the apparent
inability of your public men and
your newspapers to look at the facts
and tell the truth. The basic rock
of your Irish trouble is to be found
scrawled on every wall and fence in
your well-ordered, well-roaded, and
splendidly cultivated and solidly
built province of Ulster "We want
no property here." It is usually
worded that way but often in strong
er fashion. The red flags that fly at
most protestant churches and chap chapels,
els, chapels, the orange marigolds at every
girl's bosom, the Covenanter's badge
at every man's (buttonhole, all say
thaf same thing "We want no prop property
erty property here."
'And, to be frank, the Roman;
Catholic Irish loathe your Protes Protestants
tants Protestants with equal intensity, and, as
soon as they find we are Americans,
don't hesitate to say so. Why, then
when you are on the verge of civil
strife that is almost entirely a ques question
tion question of Protestantism vs Catholicism
don't you face the facts; stop talk talking
ing talking about imperial responsibilities responsibilities-the
the responsibilities-the right of minorities, and other
twaddle, and keep these religious
The Roman Catholic Irish son's
t like your ways, which are-of course
the Ulster ways; they don't like your
hard business outlook, on life; they
are a poetical rather, than a practi practical,
cal, practical, people; they frankly prefer the
'slums, ibad roads, dirty hotels, elev-
IT 7 on wish to go away tor the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland House at Monteagie,
Tenn. Rates, $7 to $10 per week.
Two months' Chautauqua, from July
1st to August 31st, which is a fine
entertainment. Monteagie N is on the
top of the Cumberland mountain,
over 2,000 feet above sea level. The
finest mineral water, most elegant
scenery east of the Rockies. For
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
there is no place like Monteagie in
the South. WTrite at once to Mrs.
E. W. 'Williams, Proprietress, the
Cumberland House, Monteagie, Ten
BEING A GOOD FELLOW
J By E. V. COTTMAN. Z
Jerry Deems, pickpocket and second-story
man, paused a moment in
his delicate work
of removing a
piece vof glass
from the dining dining-room
room dining-room window in
one of the fash fashionable
ionable fashionable houses on
He listened care carefully,
fully, carefully, but could
not hear a sound.
Reassured by the
favorable condi conditions,
tions, conditions, Jerry cau cautiously
tiously cautiously continued
and In a few sec
onds a semicircular piece was lift lifted
ed lifted out of the pane, a cautious hand
slipped through and sprung the catch,
and Jerry's portly form struggled
through the open window.
It was long after midnight, and he
was tired. This was not the first
house Jerry had visited that night.
He had made a few calls In another
part of the city with satisfactory re results,
sults, results, and by all means should now
have been safely making for his quar quarters.
ters. quarters. But Jerry possessed a trait that
many of us have that of not letting
well enough alone. This he soon real realized,
ized, realized, for when he straightened up
to get his bearings, the light was sur sur-denly
denly sur-denly flashed on, and he found him himself
self himself looking into the steely mouth of
a six-shooter in the hands of a tall,
"Surprised, are you?" asked a cool,
mocking voice. "I think I am the ono
to be surprised. My visitors do not
usually enter through the window."
She was dressed in a loose pink
bath-robe, and had a lace scarf twist twisted
ed twisted about her head.
"Don't move," she said. "Now put
your hands up on the table." Jerry
did so, and she looked him over scorn scornfully
fully scornfully with her bright eyes.
"Well, start the ball rollin'," said
Jerry, who was getting disgusted with
the whole affair. "Does you want to
know what church I goes to, or would
so long, and good luck," he whispered,
as he swung himself softly from the
window and disappeared.
Several minutes passed. The lady
stood holding the necklace in her
hand, watching the light flash and
scintillate on the gleaming stones.
She pursed up her lips and gave a
"WTiat a beauty!" she cried. "Worth
$5,000 at least! Oh, the fool, the
Slowly she unwound the lace scarf
from a sleek, black head, closely
cropped, and slipped out of the en enveloping
veloping enveloping folds of the pink bath-robe,
standing revealed a young man, lithe
"Lucky for me I came through the
bathroom and heard him first," he
said to himself, bringing up a dark
lantern and a mask from somewhere
under the table. With one hand on the
electric button he looked cautiously
about, then turned out the light,
climbed softly through the windov,
and was gone into the night
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The lady smiled. "Neither." she
said, "but I would like to know why
an able-bodied man like you can't
find something better to do than
sneaking into other people's houses
in, the night? Isn't there plenty of
work for a man to do that is hon honest
est honest and respectable?"
Jerry squirmed uneasily in his
chair. "Cut it out, mum," he said,
raising a wrathful pair of eyes to
hers. "Cut it out! I didn't come out
tonight to listen to a sermon on hon honesty.
esty. honesty. If you're goin to call de cops,
"do it, but hold yer jaw, fer I ain't in no
humor just about now to be guyed."
"But you haven't answered me,"
persisted the lady. "Why don't you
"Work!" broke in Jerry. "You're a
perty dame to be talkin about work.
Have you ever worked in yer life?
'What do you know 'bout wprk and
about being broke?
"I know more about it than you
think," she returned, letting a little
warmth creep into her dark eyes.
"For that is precisely the position I
find myself in at present."
"You broke!" exclaimed Jerry in incredulously,
credulously, incredulously, throwing his eyes around
the richly furnished room.
"Nothing but the truth. We are
mined. My husband's fortune is swept
away, this house is mortgaged, my
jewels even my very dresses have
'Ts what yer givin me on the lev level,
el, level, lady?" asked Jerry.
"It certainly is," she replied. "Can't
you see how hard it is for me? One
can never judge by appearances.
"Come," she said, rousing herself,
"it is time you were off."
He opened his eyes in astonishment.
"Yer don't mean ter let me go?" he
"Certainly," she answered, with a
Jerry looked at her in a perplexed
manner. "Say, lady," he said in a
voice shaking with feeling, "I'm sure
sorry yer up against It, and since you
are so white to a fellow, I'd like to
give you a souvenir myself. Yer see,"
taking a small, carefully wrapped bun bundle
dle bundle from his pocket and opening It,
"so if you will kindly accept this
necklace," holding up a beautiful
string of diamonds and emeralds, "I'd
be mighty proud ter give it ter you.
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Famous for introduction of
Hymn That Lives.
Oldest of all religious magazines In
America is the Sailors'. Magazine, j
published by the American Seamen's
Friend society, New York. Started in
1S28, it has appeared without interrup interruption
tion interruption ever since. Its monthly issue has
been printed by the same family from
father to son for twenty-five or'twen
ty-eight years. For CO years its cover
In this magazine appeared for the J
first time the world-famous hymn
"Jesus, Saviour, Pilot Me." It was
written by E. Hopper, then pastor of
the little old Church of the Sea and
Land, its edifice still standing, but al almost
most almost unknown to this generation of
New Yorkers. Colonel 'Roosevelt's
first speech, maJe when he was a
boy, is also recorded here. Romances
are traceable through its pages true
stories of adventure, heroism and
tragedy that make up the life of the
One such story is behind the brief
account cf the loan libraries sent to
sea by the dowager duches3 of Aber Aberdeen
deen Aberdeen after her visit to America. The
present earl of Aberdeen, lord lieuten lieutenant
ant lieutenant of Ireland, had a brother. This
brother was the real heir to the title,
but long years ago he came to this
country from England, and shipped
from here as a common sailor under
the name of Gordon. He rose to the
position of mate, but shortly after
that was drowned at sea. His mother
came here and gave in his "memory
the libraries that today are multiplied
and "sent over the ocean to as great
a number as the funds of the society
The magazine, incarnates also a his history
tory history of the change in the usage oi
English. It is" a most valuable account
of the moral tone of the past One
of the chaplains of the United States
navy says in an article wrhich the
old issues hold, that he wishes "they
would flog the men forward, instead
of aft" for the reason that it disturbed
his evening meditations.
Probably the first account of the
free churches in Sweden was pub published
lished published in the magazine. These
churches are now grown to be rivals
of the State church there.
It was started, this brave little
herald of the sailors life, with 250
subscribers, all in New York city. At
the end of the first year, 1829, it had
gathered, in Boston, Philadelphia and
Charleston, S. C 1,200. Its oldest sub subscriber
scriber subscriber today is Asher Sheldon of
New Haven, Conn., who has just cele celebrated
brated celebrated his one hundredth birthday. He
has been on the lists of the Seamen's
society for 40 years.
As to Amazons.
Not a few fancy horseback riding
for women is comparatively new. To
be sure our great-grandmothers rode
on pillions, but they were of a v day
when it was the fashion to be delicate.
Later the sex took up riding, sidewise
of course, but now many ride across
just as did the Amazons of old.
Though having the Amazon river for
namesake, these doughty dames are
supposed to .have come from the coun country
try country about the. Caucasus, their chief
seats being along a river which emp empties
ties empties Into the Black sea. They invaded
at various times Thrace,, Asia Minor,
Islandsof the Aegean, Greece, Syria,
Arabia, Egypt and Libya.
The ninth labor of Hercules was to
take from them the girdle of the queen
of the Amazons. It was a very un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant affair, as you no doubt re
member. Instead of showing fight.
Hippplyta was sensible to his manly
charms and gave him her girdle with
out a struggle and even went boating
Juno took alarm, warned the Ama
zons that their queen was being car
ried off, and they descended upon the
ship. Thinking Hippolyta had been
treacherous, Hercules slew her and
sailed away with the girdle.
So much for the Amazons.
Not in Same Sea.
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fellows were staying with their par
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every morning, but one day he did not
"Where has Winston got to?" asked
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GLIMPSES OF THE PAST.
"Xantippe," ventured Socrates, "If I
should be a little later than usual la
coming home to dinner this evening,
on account of a pressure of business,
would It make any difference?"
"It would!" snapped Xantippe.
"Would that difference," he inquired,
"differ materially from the little dif differences
ferences differences we have had at different
times in the past?"
"Wh-wbat? Yes, it would!"
"Ha! Don't you see, then that to
diger from previous differences Is dif differing
fering differing differentially from
"Stop right there!" exclaimed Xan Xantippe.
tippe. Xantippe. "You can use your little copy copyrighted
righted copyrighted 'Socratlc method of arguing
on other people, but don't you try it
on your wife or you're going to 'have
trouble!" . .
Socrates didn't pursue the subject
any further and he came home to
dinner that evening on time.
Visitor Nothing stirring on the
campus, I see. Vacation is on?
Student Not much. The crew has
gone to Billowpoint, the baseball team
is on the southern trip, the track squad
is trimming everything in the West,
and 90 per cent of our faculty is at attending
tending attending scientific conventions abroad
the highest percentage of any Amer American
ican American university. Puck.
A LA MODE.
Ray What do you think of my out outing
ing outing suit?
Moe I think it Is a shouting suit.
Please don't forget the optimist,
Who's in all seasons sunny;
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And smiles when they're not funny.
A Power for Good.
4?Do you believe the world Is grow growing
ing growing better?" an acquaintance asked
1 "Well," answered that eminent re reformer,
former, reformer, complacently, "it has Improved
considerably "since-1 have been presi president
dent president of the Uplifters League." Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Sun.
"What are your views on this ques question?"
tion?" question?" "I haven't any," replied Senator
Sorghum! "I can't find tinfe to go Into
its abstruse economic aspect. I'm too
busy making up my mind which way
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"What's the commotion, brakeman?"
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"Mix-up with a lot of cattle."
"What did they chase us for did
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flag at them as w;e went by?"
The Subdued Host.
"Aren't you going to join In the
"No," replied Mr. Cumrox. "I'm giv
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girls can enjoy themselves. When Whenever
ever Whenever I break in and try to enjoy my?
self I spoil everytnlng.
Miss Katharine Time tells on
everyone, doesn't It?
Mr. Kiddei Yes, and it's that very
fact that convinced me that old Fa Father
ther Father Time must have had a wife.
Had Noah known our trouble
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Address V. M.r-crce, M.D., Buffalo, N.Y.
Dr. Pierce's Creel 1003 Pace IHsnti-ated
Common Seme Medicjil AcViter will b merit
FREE. Cloth 3ovnd lor 31 Oae-cent SUicpa.
fe--S5l'-'s. WFALO $
Length 500 feet? bread tli 98 feet, 6 inches; 510 stateroom parlor aceotBUMMiating 1"00 psen
per. Greater ia coat larger in all proportion richer La all appointment than maj aieamar cw
ularul water of the world. In service June 13th.
Magnificent Steamers "SEEANDBEE." "City of Erie
Daily BUFFALO and CLEVELAND
Leave BulUo - 9:00 P.M. Lea re Cleveland
N Arrive Cleveland 7 JO A. M. Arrive BuCala
(Eaatern Standard Time)
Connectiona at Cleveland for Pnt-in-BaT, Toledo. Detroit and all polnta'XCeet and Sonthwat. Railroad
ticket reading between Baffalo and Cleveland axe pood for transportation en onr ateamera.
Aak y6ur ticket agent for ticket via C & B. Line. Write u for handaonva illuatrated booklet free.
THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cleveland O.
TtfVfc "UN SEWOT
r'in-xTivVrt aZ n
STORES AVIXIi CLOSE THURSDAY
The undersigned merchants here hereby
by hereby agree to close their respective
places of business on Thursdays at
1 p. m., beginning June 4th, and
continuing to and including Septem September
ber September 10th, and also agree to close
their places of business not later
than 6:30 p. m. on other days ex excepting
cepting excepting Saturdays.
H. B. Masters Company.
Rhelnauer & Company.
E. T. HUvenston.
Marlon Hardware Co.
E. G. Rivers.
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Counts Grocery Co.
II. A. Waterman.
L. W. Harley.
Mclver & MacKay.
J. L. Smith Grocery Co.
' Hayes & Guynn.
The Murray Company.
M. A. Bostlck.
SEVERE ATTACK OF COLIC
E. E. Cross, who travels In Virgin Virginia
ia Virginia and other Southern states, was
taken euddenly and severely ill with
colic. At the first 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 iby all deal-
OPEN DAY A.3TD TOUMT
Merchar.t'3 Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunchet
at any hour. Ad7.
i MCiry of Buffalo"
- May 1st to Dec let
9:00 P. M.
:30 A. II.
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1 3 f ATORS WANTED FOR F.
f S pin a lit pretcrrervr ateaA
i -S 9 Fif rvt fit Imw4 n
wooroifcx of the world
Fort King Camp .no. 14 meets ln
Tonga's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns alwayr welcome. Adv,
F. J. Burden, C. C
Chas K. Sage, Clerk. rt mi
Brggest Rubber Tree of All.
What is believed to be the largest,
rubber tree in the world stands in tha
Brazilian territory of Acre, on the
frontier of Bolifa. Its stem Is 27 feet
2 7-10 inches in circumference at the
base. For 120 days every year this
colossus gives 22 pounds of rubber a
day. At present prices this, brings ia
$2,160 a year, or a fair interest oa
about $50,000, to Its owners, a family
of seven Seringueircs.
Miss Blank was not young when sha
was married, wherefore the innocent
question of a little neighbor proved
annojing. "Why, how nice of you to
bring me flowers, Jimmie!" was tho
way the trouble started. "And such a
surprise, too; I don't think I ever had
such a nice surprise before In all my
life." "Not even when you got mar married?"
ried?" married?" asked the wide-eyed child.
. Rexall Nice destroys all odor3 of
perspiration. At m Gerig's drug drugstore.
store. drugstore. 7-16 tf
Will cure your Hbcamatioxn
Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramp3,
Colic, Sprains, Braises, Cuts and
Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in internally
ternally internally and externally. Price 25c
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1914
Moose meet this evening.
Board of Trade meets tonight.
Band concert tomorrow evening.
Royal Arch meets tomorrow night.
Woodmen meet tomorrow evening.
Latest sheet music and Victor re records,
cords, records, at Lansford's. 7-18-tf
The Harrington had fifty-three ar arrivals
rivals arrivals yesterday.
W. A. Stringfellow of Sanford is
at the Harrington.
Latest sheet (music and Victor re records,
cords, records, at Lansford's. 7-18-tf
C. A. Miller, of Crystal River, was
at the Harrington last night.
A new lot of fancy hathing caps at
Gerig's drugstore. 7-16-tf
D. L. McSwain, of Arcadia, was at
the Harrington last night.
Latest sheet music and Victor re records,
cords, records, at Lansford's. 7-18-tf f
F. B. Biddulph, of Lake City, was
at the Harrington last night.
Latest sheet music and Victor re records,
cords, records, at Lansford's. ; 7-lS-tf
C. M. Parkhill of Tampa was at
the Harrington yesterday.
Mr. Robert AVhite is back from a
visit to relatives in Georgia.
Cloudy tonight and Thursday,
probably local showers.
All flesh is grass and many a
man in a dry town feels like a bale
Angus; McKinnon, of" DeFuniak
Springs, was at the Harrington lastJ
R.R. Tomlin, a prominent citi citizen
zen citizen of Plant City, was at the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington yesterday.
Mr. C. J. Phillips is in town from
Jacksonville, attending to husiness
and greeting his numerous friends.
Dr. H. W. Counts returned last
night from a husiness trip to Tampa
and other South Florida points. He
made the trip in his car.
The Summerfield "Tigers" are
here, and In spite of the heavy rain
-which fell about 2:45, there will
probably be a ball game.
Mrs. Ruth 'Coleman and Miss
Myrtle .Hammond of Hawthorn are
at the Harrington.
Rexall Nice destroys all odors of
perspiration. At Gerig's -drug-etore.
Mr. E. L. Carney spent today at
ais pretty orange grove, north of
The open garbage Idox or can is
the greatest .breeder of insect pests
that a civilized community has to
contend with. Here is where flies
and roaches have their toeing, and
fly directly to the kitchen or dining
Toom of the home. For a small
sum a garbage can with a cover that
fits tightly over the top can be pur purchased
chased purchased from our local dealers. Ev Ev-ery
ery Ev-ery family should have one in the
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 Pickled
ed Pickled Lamb Tongue
Sardines-Royans A LA VATEL,
Sardines-Royans A LA BORIE BORIE-LAISE.
LAISE. BORIE-LAISE. Crab Meat, Shrimp, Lobsters,
Russian Caviar, Anchovies.
0. K. Teapot Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. 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 v 70
July 3. .94 78
July 3... 90 73
July 4 .... .87 76
July 5.... 86 70
July 6 90 70
July 7. . .90 69
July 8......... 87 70
July 9 ...91 72
July 10. .... ."a 88 69
July 11. .... ...88 69
July 12 .91 73
July 13. ...... .91 72
July 14 .90 73
July 15. ...... .32 72
July 16. .86 72
July 17. ... ... .82 70
July 18 u .90 73
July 19. . 88 74
July 20.". ..... .88 72
July 21. . . .87 71
July 22. .i. . . .72 69
Forecast for This Evening and
Partly cloudy tonight and Friday;
probably local showers in t extreme
south and northwest portions.
The board of governors of the
Board of Trade had a meeting last
night at which a majority of the
members were present and good
work done. They hope to see this
evening's meeting of the anain board
Policeman Frank Hall had a nar
row escape yesterday morning. He
discovered Robert Woodward, a ne
gro, stealing wood from the Imperial
laundry, and arrested him. The
man went along quietly at first, but
suddenly turned on the officer, who
for a moment at a disadvantage was
unable to do any more than grapple
with his assailant. At this- instant.
Woodward's wife, -Eva, appeared
with an ax, and was about to strike
(Mr. Hall from behind when Police
man Felt opportunely arrived and
made her a prisoner. Woodward
and his wife were jailed, but were
bailed out. They will have a tria
Rev. G. ;H. Harrison of Jackson Jackson-viile,
viile, Jackson-viile, former rector of Grace Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal church in this city, has gone to
Atlanta to take charge of St. Lucius
church for two weeks.
Because of his inability to reach
Jacksonville from San Francisco thy
Sunday, W. M. Conoley, secretary of
the board of trade, who was sched scheduled
uled scheduled to fill the pulpit of the First
Presbyterian church Sunday morn morning,
ing, morning, will not be heard by that con congregation,
gregation, congregation, and Dr. W. H. Dodge of
Ocala, will fill the pulpit in his
stead. Wires were received this
morning from Dr. Dodge stating
that he would be aole to preach here
Sunday morning and evening. He is
well known in Jacksonville. -Metropolis.
C. R. Peabody of Ocala arrived
last night to look after business mat matters
ters matters here with L. D. Vinson in regard
to rock being sent to this city for
roads. Tarpon Springs .Leader.
Mr. Frank Simpson expects to
leave shortly for his home in Mul Mulberry
berry Mulberry after spending the past ten
days in Jacksonville and Ocala on a
pleasure visit.- Times-Union.
Mr. Louis Lang and his father,
Col. Felder Lang, of Miami, have re returned
turned returned from Jacksonville, where the
latter went to consult an eye spe specialist.
cialist. specialist. An operation will :be neces necessary
sary necessary hut on account of Col. Lang's
large physique and age the specialist
advised to delay the removal of the
cataract until cool weather so the
operation won't be performed until
fall. The many friends of Col. Lang
will be glad to learn that he is en enjoying
joying enjoying tre best of health.
A card from our night linotyper,
Mr. J. D. Buky, now enjoying his
vacation, informs us that he is at
the Haulover canal, oh the east
coast, and is having a good time
'bathing and fishing.
P. A. Ausley is in Ocala on bus-
j iness for the day. Mr. Ausley says
he will have lumber for sale at his
yard in the north part of town inside
of a week and that it will only be
two weeks until the mill will be
in running order. Clearwater Sun.
Mr. Ausley left for Clearwater
last night. His Ocala friends are al
ways glad to see him.
New York, July 23. Turpentine,
49. Rosin, $4 to y.10.
Chicago, 111., July 23. September
wheat, 81. Pork, $20.75. Lard,
$10.12. Ribs, $11.90.
New York, July" 23. Cotton in inactive,
active, inactive, four to five points lower, on
good growing weather reports. Au August,
gust, August, 12.22; October, 12:28; Decem December,
ber, December, 2A$.
New York, July 23. Stocks gen
erally a shade to a substantial frac
Malcolm Williams was smiling so
broadly and loudly last night that it
was impossible to pass him without
asking the reason, which was to the
effect that the' Coast Line had been
doing an unusually good business
J. R. Thomas leaves today for
Pine, Fla., up In 'Marion county,
where he will recuperate for a week
or so. While he is absent B. M.
Caruthers will act as mayor and
head of the council.Mr. Thomas has
kept pretty close to his grocery bus business
iness business and with official duties as pres president
ident president of the council, felt the effects
of the grind. But it is believed by
some that he is trailing after the wa
termelon season which has just be begun
gun begun in Marion county. -Clearwater
That's all you know about it. Had
watermelons here for six weeks.
A complete stock of Ice cream
packages just received enables us to
fijl your order for any kind or quan quantity
tity quantity of ice cream on short notice.
The ingredients used In our creams
are of the purest, which accounts for
the rich, smooth, creamy taste. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 7-24-tf
Mr. W. B. Gallagher returned yes-1
terday from a trip to Lake county,
and left today for Inverness to in interview
terview interview his customers.
1 AND BIGGER CROPS
Result to Every Community from
the Improvement of Its
Washington, July 23. That an
improved road will increase vastly
the productiveness of the area thru
which It runs has now been satis satisfactorily
factorily satisfactorily demonstrated by studies
conducted "by the United States de department
partment department of agriculture in Virginia.
Conditions, in Spotsylvania county
were investigated with particular
care and the results have proved
surprising. In .1909 the county
voted $100,000 to improve 40 miles
of roads. Two years after the com completion
pletion completion of this work the railroad
took away in 12 months from Fred Fredericksburg,
ericksburg, Fredericksburg, the county seat, 71,000
tons or agricultural ana iorest pro products
ducts products hauled over the highways to
that town. 'Before the improvement
of the roads this total was only 49, 49,-000
000 49,-000 tons annually; in other words,
the quantity of the county's produce
had risen more than 45 per cent.
Still more interesting, however, is
the increase shown in the quantity
of the dairy products. In 1909 these
amounted to 114.SJ5 pounds, in
1911 to 273,028 pounds, an Increase
of practically 140 per cent in two
years. In the same time shipments
of wheat has increased 59 per cent,
tobacco 31 per cent, and lumber and
other forest products 4 8 per cent.
In addition to this increase in
quantity the cost of hauling each
ton of produce was materially reduc reduced.
ed. reduced. 'In other words the farmers not
only produce but produce more
cheaply, for the cost of transporta transportation
tion transportation to market is of course an im important
portant important factor in the cost of produc production.
tion. production. From this point of view it is
estimated that the $100,000 spent in
improving the roads in Spotsylvania
county saved the farmers of that
county $41,000 a year.
In the past two years the traffic
studies of the federal experts show
that approximately an average of
65,000 tons of outgoing products
were "hauled over the improved roads
in the county an average distance of
eight miles, or a total of 520,000
"ton-miles." Before the roads were
improved it was estimated that the
average cost of hauling was 20 centH
a "ton-mile; after the improve improvement
ment improvement this fell to 12 cents a "tor "tor-mile,'
mile,' "tor-mile,' or a saving of S cents. A
saving of 8 cents per mile on 520.-
000 "ton-miles" is $41,000 a year.
The county's investment of $100,000
'40 per cent annually.
I Because this saving, in cases of
You may not realize it, but a good bank is indispensable to you as a busi business
ness business man and citizen. ...
Directly or indirectly, the bank affects every individual in tbe commun ity
The more directly it affects you the more benefit you will derive.
Come in and learn how we are able arid willing to hfelpyou in financial
The Ocala National Bank.
Resources Over Half A Million
ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY;
this character, does not take the
form of cash put directly into the
farmers' pocket there Is a widespread
tendency to believe that It is fic fictitious
titious fictitious profit, while as A matter of
fact it Is just as real a source of
profit as the increase in the price of
In Dinwiddle county, Va., for ex example,
ample, example, where peanuts is one of the
staple crops, the average load for
two mules on a main road was 1,000
pounds before the road was improv improved.
ed. improved. After Its Improvement the av average
erage average load was found to be 2,000
pounds and the time consumed in
hauling the larger load to market
was much reduced. In other words
one man with -a wagon .and two
mules could do more than twice as
much work with the improved road
than with an unimproved road. This
Is the explanation of the extraord extraordinary
inary extraordinary rise In the total output of ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural products in a county with
a good road system.
Why not now?
of all khuls
made to order
Set Phono or Write
WOODMAR SAND AND
Phone 3.11, N Main St :
OCALA, lLA. ;
I Phone w I
IF Y0JR' Stenographer. Bookkeeper, j
Billing Clerk. Telephone Operator,
cr any other female member ct your
j c3ce force decides to leave Saturday;
Jvil have only to use the "Female Help jjl 1 W
Wanted or "Situation Wanted Female liyfL 1
columns cf .OUR PAPER g 3
to bring an all- round-desirable applicant B)f5"W
for the position bright and early the next mKi P
tost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
GOOD PIANO $30 -A square piano,
magnificent solid mahogany case;
in first class condition without
blemish, works in good shape and
tone is excellent and in fair tune,
$30 cash. Apply at the Star of office.
fice. office. 7-18-tf dw
ROLL TOP DESK $18 Amedium Amedium-sized
sized Amedium-sized roll top offlce .desk, in first-,
class condition, $1S cash. Apply
at Star office. 7-18-tf dw
wamki) country place m ex
change for part payment on city
house and lot. Address P. O. Box
366, Ocala, Fla. 7-16-6f
POSITION WANTED By experienc experienced
ed experienced bookkeeper and office man, in
Ocala or elsewhere. W. B. Dye,
209 Orange Ave.. Ocala. 7-10-12t
LOST Bunch of keys belonging to
S. T. Sistrunk." Finder please
FOR SALE One Urge horso In
good condition; one good work
mulo. Ocala Lumber & Supply
FOR RENT Three connecting fur fur-nWhcd
nWhcd fur-nWhcd rooms for-light housekeejr
Inc. Mrs. P. A. Durand, CI 4 East
Adam meet. 7-13-13t
WANTED Subscribers of the Star
to tell thrlr neighbors of the plan
now In force for giving cash cou- j
o to mbscrlbert. 5-20-tf j
FOR 8.VI.K Modern bangalow In!
t.lnwood Heights. Inquire of the j
OcaU Lumber & Supply Co.5-15tfi
FOR ;Ut.!-:-ny Emil Ducrka, on C. j
MUIer place, IU miles north
t t,t?roy, Fla., one 4 yr. old mare.
one 0 yrl old mare, one 12 yr. old J
hore, one colt 2 months old, 16
barrels c! syrup, one two horse
Vagon, one new cane mill, 3 rolls
, 2 kettles. 2.3 acres very good
corn, 5 acres tane and $300 worth
'new furniture. All at a bargain.
Owner leafing country. 7-2 2-4 1
LOST Panama hat, telescope shape
either in Ocala or on road between
Ocala and Gainesville. Finder will
return same; to this office and re receive
ceive receive reward. 7-21-4t
LOST Automobile' tire, size 34 by
44, with cover and rim complete.
Reward for "return to F. T.
Schreiber, city. 7-2 2-1 f
HOCSKS FOR TtCXT
Apply to S. H. CHRISTIAN, cor corner
ner corner of.' Osceola, and Washington
Let Jus exchange Refrigerators?
Or can we fix the old one for you?
We can-stox:the leaks and make it
look as good as new. E. C. Jordan,
& Co. 7-6-tf
Advertise in the Star of results.
Carl Tenzel & Son
PLASTERS and CONTRACTORS f
For Lathing Mastering and Stuc- ;
co work; also all kinds of Cemen
work. We take contracts an:
where In the state.
Wyominia and Washington S
" OCALA, FLORIDA
J. E: FRAMPTON
Located in Ocala, Fla., Expert work
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with llertrrt Lattner
W. W. Kimball Co.. Ocala.