OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1915
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
AMERICA'S LATEST SUPER-DREADflAUGHT WOULD BE MORE
New York, June 19. Secretary of
the Navy Daniels, Admiral Fletcher,
commander of the Atlantic fleet, Maj.
General Wood and other army and j
navy officials and members of Con- J
gres3 are here today to attend the j
launching of the super-dreadnaught
Arizona, at the New York Navy Yard
Governor Hunt and a delegation
came from Arizona for the event.
Both wine and water are to be Hised
in the christening. The Arizona is
said to be the first vessel of the
United States to have a double
DESCRIPTION OF THE GREAT
Washington, June 19. Another fif fifteen
teen fifteen million ; dollar battleship was
launched for the American navy to today
day today when the superdreadnaught Ari Arizona
zona Arizona slid into the water at the New
York navy yard. She is a sister ship
to the Pennsylvania, recently launch launched
ed launched at Newport News, and in size and
armament one of the largest and most :
powerful craft ever built for any
Ships of the line, like the Arizona,
are built to give ahd receive punish punishment
ment punishment in sea battles. Their mission
has little in common with that of' the
battle cruisers which have been the
largest ships to engage each' other
during the European war. Speed is
sacrificed in the construction of the
battleships to weight of armor and
against such a ship as the Arizona
with her broadside fire from twelve
14-inch guns "and protection of more
than a foot of the toughest steel that
canjbe made around the vessel's vital
parts like a wall, a battle' cruiser
would be helpless and must depend on
her speed and seek safety in flight.
There are few ships in any navy fit
tocope with the Arizona, ship to ship.
The range of the Arizona's guns is
from 12 to 13 miles as they will be
set in ner turrets, or as iar as ner
gun-pointers and observers can see in
brightest weather. As previous ships
carrying the 14-inch guns, the Ari Arizona's
zona's Arizona's main battery will have a max maximum
imum maximum elevation of nearly twenty de degrees.
grees. degrees. It would be possible, it is
said, to almost double that elevation
and add miles to the range of the
guns; but already they can shoot and
hit farther than it is probable they
would ever be .called upon to do.
The Arizona will carry the three
gun turrets which have been develop developed
ed developed by American naval constructors,
her twelve big rifles being housed in
four turrets, two forward and two
after. In addition she will have a
secondary battery of twenty-two 5 5-inch,
inch, 5-inch, long range rifles for defense
against destroyers, torpedo boats and
submarines. The big guns can be
fired over either broadside and around
the entire circle with the exception of
an arc of less than thirty degrees di directly
rectly directly forward for the after turrets
and directly astern for the forward
turrets. Four of the secondary bat battery
tery battery guns, two on each side, are so
placed that they can fire' three degrees
across the ship's bows, taking the
' place of bow chasers of the old wood wooden
en wooden ship days.
Compared to the Arizona the old
battleships of the Oregon class are
almost like toys. The new ship could
engage a fleet of three of them at the
same time, turning upon each as
many guns as it could bring to bear
and her guns would be bigger and of
longer range. In addition she could
steam awaybm them or overtake
them at pleastmr, developing 21
knots against their 16 or 17. The
remarkable thing about the great in increase
crease increase in size and gun power, howev however,
er, however, is that each of the smaller ships
would need as many or more men
than the Arizona which will carry a
complement of 915 in her crew.
The new sea fortress as she took
the water today cost more than seven
million dollars. That was for hull
and machinery alone. The guns and
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TODAY VAS WEDDED
ADVICE IN ALSACF
Strenuous Attempts of French Re-
warded with Capture of
Paris, June 19. Further progress
has been made, by the French in the
great drive in Alsace. The capture Qf
Steinbruck is officially announced.
LIED ABOUT THE LUSITANIA
German Reservist Indicted by a Fed Federal
eral Federal Grand Jury
' New York, June 19. Gustav Stahl,
the German reservist has been indict indicted
ed indicted by a federal grand jury for per perjury
jury perjury in connection with his affidavit
that the Cunarder Lusitania carried
guns. Indictments are also believed to
have been returned against two
others, but Stahl alone was taken to
the Tombs and arraigned. .He plead
not guilty. Bond was fixed at $10,000
but was not given.
On Saturday afternoon, little Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Luckie invited her friends to
celebrate her fifth birthday. The chil children
dren children played various games after
which dainty refreshments were serv served.
ed. served. Those present were Gladys Comp Comp-ton,
ton, Comp-ton, Anna, Eulenfeld, Ruth Eulenfeld,
Lillian Ellison, 'Alice Gooding Mc Mc-Kim,
Kim, Mc-Kim, Ella Mae Luckie and Marguer Marguerite
ite Marguerite Luckie.
The members of the tennis club
played some very close games of ten tennis
nis tennis on their new clay court Saturday
afternoon." Besides the members,
there was quite a crowd of interested
Miss Hilda Eulenfeld was hostess
at the meeting of the Wah-Mac Tennis-
Club Tuesday evening. After a
short business session, the members
Were entertained by thinkin- and
gUeSsing games. Then they were in
vited to the dining room where de delicious
licious delicious refreshments were served.
The meeting was well atte'nded, all
the members being present, and sev several
eral several invited guests. The next meet meeting
ing meeting will be held at the home of Miss
Mary McKim. All members cordially
Mrs. J. M. Luckie and two children,
Marguerite and Ella Mae, are spend spending
ing spending a few days in Ocala.
Mr. W. Schmidtman has returned
from Athens, Ga., where he has been
for some time with his wife and lit lit-Me
Me lit-Me daughter Hildegarde.
Mr. C. C. Tillery has returned from
business trip to Scott Lake.
Mr. Roy Luckie of Ocala is visiting
his brother, Mr. J. M. Luckie.
Mrs. Hilda Ellison and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Lillian, expect to leave for their
home in New York after several
months visit, the guests of Mrs. Elli Ellison's
son's Ellison's sister, Mrs. Carl Eulenfeld.
Mr. and Mrs. Young, accompanied
by Miss Mary McKim and Mr. B. F.
Cummings, spent Tuesday in Ocala.
Call and see the weekly war pic pictures
tures pictures from the London Graphic on
view at Williams' Candy and Cigar
Store, hole in the wall, on .Magnolia
street. Home made cream candies,
20c and 3.ct boxes. Pure and de delicious.
licious. delicious. 26-lm
For plumbLig and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 I
s Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
"When my daughter had whooping
cough she coughed so hard at one
time that she had hemorrhage of the
lungs. I was terribly alarmed about
her condition. Seeing Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy so highly recom recommended,
mended, recommended, I got her a bottle and it re relieved
lieved relieved the cough at once. Before she
had finished two bottles of this rem remedy
edy remedy she was entirely well," writes
Mrs. S. F. Grimes. Crnoksvillt Oh in.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
TD THE VAVES
THAU A MATCH FOR THREE
British Attacking Germans West of
Labassee Were Badly Beaten
Berlin, June 19. British attacking
the Germans west of Labassee were
nearly annihilated, tl is officially ad admitted
mitted admitted that the French penetrated
the German lines east of Angres,
south of Souchez and north of Ec Ec-eurie.
eurie. Ec-eurie. In the Arras region and north
of Lorrette the Germans gave up
some trenches. The Germans cap captured
tured captured seven hundred men north of
Unless United States Supreme Court
Declares It Unconstitutional
Frankfort, Ky., June 19. The con constitutionality
stitutionality constitutionality of Louisville's segrega segregation
tion segregation ordinance, designed to prevent
people of either white or negro races,
occupying for homes or as places of
public assemblage, buildings located
in blocks where a majority of the
residents are of the other race, was
upheld late yesterday in the decision
of the Kentucky court of appeals.
IT SHOULD BE INVESTIGATED
Editor Star: Knowing as I do your
uniform desire to at all times keep
the public advised and conversant
with the facts in all matters pertain pertaining
ing pertaining to the general welfare of the
community, and disclaiming any de
sire to criticise, yet I think that your
article in yesterday afternoon's edi edition,
tion, edition, relative to the killing of the ne
gro Will Bryan at Eastlake, might
have gone a little more into details.
The facts in the case, as generally
circulated on the streets, are, that
three deputy sheriffs from Ocala,
namely: Johns, Osteen and West,
went down to Eastlake the night the
negro was killed for the ostensible
purpose of rounding up what is com commonly
monly commonly known as a "nigger skin
game." Rumor has it, that when the
above officers appeared upon the
scene, the negro, Will Bryan" attempt attempted
ed attempted to get away by running, and to
prevent this, was fired upon and kill killed
ed killed by Johns.
While I do not pretend to uphold or
condone the well known and common
habit or practice of "skinning" among
negroes on public works throughout
our country, at the same time it
doesn't appear to me to be an offense
of sufficient gravity to warrant offi officers
cers officers of the law to shoot to kill, when
placing offenders under arrest. And
I am confident our popular high sher sheriff
iff sheriff will not uphold anyone connected
with his office who adopts such drastic
methods. I certainly think it very
important, in justice to the officers in involved,
volved, involved, as well as the public gen generally,
erally, generally, that a thorough investigation
be made of this affair and if anyone
is guilty of illegal methods, they
should be duly punished. Was there
an inquest held?
A copy of the above will be for forwarded
warded forwarded to the honorable states attor attorney
ney attorney at Inverness. Very truly,
Rubber bands, all sizes, at The
Murray- Company. 3t
Best Thing for a Bilious Attack
"On account of my confinement in
the printing office I. have for years
been a chronic, sufferer from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago I had an attack that was so' se severe
vere severe that I was not able to go to the
case for two days. Failing to get any
relief from other treatment, I took
three of Chamberlain's Tahlpt nH
the next day I felt like a new man."
wines xi. kj. isaiiey, eaitor Carolina
News, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. Adv.
FIGHTING AT THE' DARDANELLES FILES
HEARTS WITH FEAR
Athens, June 19. Two Turkish
aeroplanes that recently .flew over
Constantinople were mistaken for
Russian by the Turks, who opened up
a brisk gunfire that brought down
both machines and killed two of the
army's best aviators.
According to other accounts brought
to Athens by travelers, the people of
Constantinople are in an excited state
of mind. At the beginning of the wai
they were entirely confident. But
the arrival of "the first wounded from
the Dardanelles proved a painful sur surprise
prise surprise The people had gathered at
the docks to see ,as they expected,
bands of British and French prison prisoners
ers prisoners landed. Instead, they saw thou thousands
sands thousands of their own wounded. A dem demonstration
onstration demonstration against the war, led large largely
ly largely by women, followed in, front of the
war office, but was dispersed.
Constantinople's hospitals are now
crowded with wounded, who receive
scant care. The Turks, lack doctors,
nurses, gauze, bandages "and medical
supplies and the hospitals are prim primitive
itive primitive in their arrangements and sani sanitation.
tation. sanitation. ARE MEN BECOMING
SCARCE IN ENGLAND
It is Reported that Only 600,000 More
London, June 19. Lord Kitchener
has asked for half of the available re recruiting
cruiting recruiting material of the United King Kingdom
dom Kingdom for his newest army. He wants
to raise an additional -300,000 and an
analysis" of census statistics indicates
there are not over 600,000 men left
in the United Kingdom to draw on, if
the industrial needs of the country
are taken into consideration.
PROGRESS MADE BY
MARION COLORED PEOPLE
The Tribune has several times call called
ed called editorial attention to the splendid
record being made by the negroes of
Ocala and Marion county, in the line
of constructive and progressive en
terprises. Sometime ago, the Tri Tribune
bune Tribune spoke of -the negro bank at
Ocala and it is now a pleasure to re record
cord record the success of a manufacturing
enterprise inaugurated and being con conducted
ducted conducted by colored men of that city.
A stock company of negroes has
established a knitting factory at
Ocala which is pointing the way to
Floridians, not only negroes but
whites as well, toward "commercial
independence and industrial supre supremacy.
macy. supremacy. The need of diversified manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing enterprises In this state
has long been stressed by the press.
These Ocala negroes have gone ahead
with a practical illustration of the
possibilities, of small manufacturing
concerns. Their knitting mill is turn turning
ing turning out excellent garments, the out output,
put, output, so far, being limited to under underwear.
wear. underwear. It has a capacity of sixty doz dozen
en dozen garments daily and operates four
large knitting machines and many
smaller machines for making union
suits and other varieties of under undergarments.
garments. undergarments. It gives employment to a
number of girls and men and is de
veloping a demand for its goods. The
company has received many letters
of encouragement from prominent
Floridians. W. A. McRae, state com
missioner of agriculture, writes: "The
building of thi3 factory is a step in
the right direction for Florida's de
velopment. We mu3t quit telling the
people whafwe can do in Florida. We
must be able to show them. No state
has so much to show."
The example of the Ocala negroes
who are conducting this knitting mill
ought to be followed by others, until
this state reaches the point of manu
facturing a considerable portion of
the products demanded by its own
people. Tampa Tribune.
now Mrs. Harrod Got Rid of Her
"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried everything
heard of, but the only relief I got was
temporary until last spring I saw
Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and
procured a bottle of them at our drug
store, I trot immediate relief from
that dreadful heaviness after eating
and from ptn in the stomach,"
writes Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort
Wayne, Ind. Obtainable every
ASKS 70 PER CENT INSURANCE
FOR THE WAR'S EARLY
London, June 19. Lloyds is appar-1
cntly. not hopeful of an early peace,
as its members are now askine TOiinio Austrian territory Detween uie
per cent insurance to pay a total loss
if peace is not declared by December
MAY BECOME A
Iron and Steel Demand Fancy Prices
( Associated Press)
Copenhagen, June 19. Iron prices
in Germany continue to rise. The
price of steel is now more than $50
a ton, the minimum price of .bar iron
is $36, and iron ore is quoted at $11.
Pig iron is $26, but scrap Iron has
fallen in price owing to the heavy
stocks seized in France, Belgium and
ASKS LEAVE TO
RAISE THE EM DEN
Germany's Famous Sea Scourge May
be Floated by a Jap
Kobe, June 19. Teisuke Shimizu, a
veteran Japanese diver, has petition petitioned
ed petitioned the British authorities for permis permission
sion permission to refloat the famous German
cruiser Emden, known as "the terror
of the South Seas," which was de
stroyed ny the Australian cruiser
Sydney off Coeos Island in November
1914. Mr. Shimizu says he is confi
dent he can get the Emden off the
SUMMER TOURS BY SEA
Merchants and Miners Transporta
tion Co. Issucm Attractive Sum Summer
mer Summer Tour Book
The Merchants and Miners Trans
portation Co. has issued an attractive
Summer Tour Book, setting forth the
delightful summer tours afforded by
The routes show a combination oft
the Kea-trin on one of the steamers.
with other steamer and rail lines, to
the principal summer resorts of the
United States, Canada and the Man-1
Tho book is profusely illustrated
with photographs of the cities of!
Boston, Providence, Philadelphia, Bal-i
timore, Washington, etc., as well as as-the
the as-the principal summer resorts and con-t
tains a list of points of interest and
the principal hotels at "various points, j
also several useful maps. I
The bonk can be secured gratis on
application to W. P. Turner, General
Passenger Agent, M. & M. T. Co.,
Prickly heat powder is the caper
for those aching, tired feet. Ask for;
it at the Court Pharmacy. It's guar-jj
antecd. Gt J
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds cf sugar for $1, with one dol-
ar's worth of other groceries, fori?
ash. Smith Grocery. Co. Phone 434 ti
If he says anything alout "sweet!
things" just answer "Norris." HellJ
know what you mean and he alsoj
knows that the Court Pharmacy is;
the only place in Ocala that sells it. CtJ
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
You can get fresh deviled crabs ev ev-prv
prv ev-prv ftfmron rirht from the sea bv
calling at RodoIT's, Keating's Buffet.
Phone 22. tf
RUSSIANS STAND ALONG D1IEISTEH illlil
FRENCH ARE SLOWLY GlIIIGlOlli 101 THE 17EST-
London, June 19. The Russian;
forces are at bay along the Grodek
line in Galicia, where with their flank
jwell protected by the marshes of the
(Dniester river, they will defend Lem Lem-jberg,
jberg, Lem-jberg, the -capital of Galicia. Neither
side reports much activity in the last
twenty-four hours, the outstanding
feature being the Russian declaration
that the enemy has been hurled back
Dniester and Pruth rivers.
JOFFRE CONTINUES TO NIBBLE
The French, according to the latest
news, are holding the Germans north
of Arras. They now occupy positions
on three sides of Souchez. British
observers say the French may soon
make German positions remaining on
that front untenable.
ITALY ATTACKS WITH ENERGY
Italy is attacking the Austrian
frontier defenses with energy, but the
only evidence of an advance is the
report of the shelling of the Gorizia
BULGARIA HARD TO BUY
Rumors say the allies have offered
Bulgaria generous territorial terms
to enter the war on their side, but it
is evident that jio actual alliance has
yet been signed.
" BATTLING IS BLOODY
' Although disagreeing as to results,
the German official statement and the
French and British communications
indicate that the fighting in the Arras
section, and at the northern and
southern parts of the short British
front are as desperate as any in the
western theater of war. The area of
hostilities is tiny as compared with
the sweep on the Galician front where
the Austro-Germans are still driving
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We are prepared to attend
to your wants for harvesting
your crops atreasonable
'ENTERPRISE Can ulna Onlilf.
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Tomato Wrappers a. Frnli Jars
IN ANY QUANTITY.
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CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Give3 More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
(Contractor in the citT.
Of the Dardanelles Fighting Show
Heavy Loss to the.Allies
Nantucket, June 19. The cruiser
North Carolina returned to home
waters "yesterday after ten months of
varied foreign service, bringing ac
counts of fighting in the Dardanelles.
Her officers and men said the Brit
ish and French forces sustained
heavy losses and that the hospitals at
Alexandria were crowded. The Allies
suffered heavily in their attempt to
land under Turkish fire, boats were
sunk and many men,, including most
of the officers were drowned.
AUTO RURAL ROUTE
OUT OF OCALA
The rural route, to be supplied by
motor vehicle, lately authorized by
the postodce department, will start
from the postoffice out the Dunnellon
road to Strickland's corner, thence
south to Shady, thence east to the
Orange avenue road, thence up the
Orange avenue road to the postofT.ee.
The second half of the route will
lead from the postoffice out by the
Marion Farms, thence south to the
vicinity of Montague, thence north by
the old Tiller still, to Silver Springs
Park, through the G riner Farm neigh neighborhood,
borhood, neighborhood, crossing the S. A. L. south
of Oak and thence back to Ocala via
the Anthony road.
This route is 52 miles long and will
supply 250 families with a daily mail.
The government will pay about
$1800 a year for the service.
One pure bred Jersey heifer giving
20 pounds of milk daily; one three three-quarters
quarters three-quarters Jersey and one-quarter
Shorthorn heifer giving 25 pounds of
milk daily. Both have first calfs
now ten days old; gentle and in fine
condition. E. C Beuchler, Anthony,
NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
If you want to purchase a new au automobile
tomobile automobile on easy payments, get the
information iy addressing Box 101,
Ocala, Fla. G-19-12t
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Com, Oats, Brsn,
Short, Hay and Molasse3 feeds. CStf
Use Ny id's family remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. 2G-tf
On Saturday and Monday, 1G
pounds of sugar for 1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Try ono of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
Result Tell the Tale
Can you" doubt the evidence of this
You can verify Ocala endorsement.
Rev. D. W. Price, 4 Orange street.
Ocala, saysr "My kUneys were
weak and at limes I couldn't control
the passages of the kidney secre secretions.
tions. secretions. I was greatly bothered dur during
ing during busy hours of the-day. ,1 got a
box of Doan's Kidney Pills and t-e-gaa
using them as directed. They
certainly acted quickly in resulatis;
the action of my kidneys an J reliev relieving
ing relieving the lameness In my tack. I doa't
hesitate to recommend theia to any anyone
one anyone fcavlng kidney complaint."
Price 50c. at ell dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remeiy
get Dean's Kidney Pills the nr.e
that Rev. Price had. Foster-Jdilburn
Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y. A I. 11.
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OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1313
OCAL A EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
MELON GROWERS TAKE NOTICE
BITTINGER & CAUROLIi, PROPniETORS
It. R, Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocra, Fla., posto'nee a3 second class matter.
There has bven a great deal of talk
in the City the past three days, over
"the melon market going all to!
smash" and a drop or over a nunarea j
dollars a car on the melon market in is the Ominous Remark of Slaton Re
F HIS PEACE
' jLiiX tfri i hi" i ii
One year, in advance .$5.00
ilx months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
On month, in advance 50
One year- in advance fd.OO
Six months," in advance 4.25
Three month3, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
We differ with Charlie Jones about
some things, but in his fight against
religious intolerance we heartily
agree with him.
A Florida stock raiser, in love with
a particularly lovely lady, describes
her as "a hundred and forty pounds
of honey on the hoof.
The Star wonders .why France isi
referred toas a Latin nation. There
are as many Celts as Latins in France
and more Teutons than both put to together.
The Pensacola News has just print printed
ed printed a large and well constructed "crop
vmi- tram ant. Ofl tinn that will be a
. .. .. Al
good advertisement ior
wherever it is read.
selves, when so many white men are
violating the law so much more
grossly. However, the law is the law,
and the Star is very careful how it
criticises the officers. Taking snap
judgment on them is always bad
policy, and often unjust. The shoot
ing of Bryan should be investigated,
and if it was a crime it should and
probably will be punished.
ON ROAD MATERIAL
A certain Florida editor broadly
intimates that a person he doesn't
agree with will go to hell when he
Its a good thing for poor hu-
A representative of the Star who
was at the hotel in Inverness on
Thursday evening, talked with six or
eight melon buyers and they all had
this information, that the bottom had
dropped out of the market. Yester
day, today and day before yesterday
the same reports have been circulat
ed in Ocala.
Now, we know but little, technical
ly, of the melon market, never having
bought or sold more than we could eat
at one time. We have talked with
some well posted people, however, to to-dav
dav to-dav and have seen authentic tele-
grams from reliable men in the north
and west, and have every reason for
knowing that the melon situation here
is an artificial one.
It is said that of the dozen or more
buyers in Ocala, when the situation
is simmered down, there are in reality
only a couple of them, and they are
handling the situation, or trying to do
it, as they see fit.
Look at yesterday's and today's
Carding the Frank Ca'
No w is the Tim
, Atlanta, June l'J. Gov. Slaton con
tinued the study of the record or tne g
case of Leo M. Frank, who is asking if
. . . K
commutation to me imprisonment oi
the death sentence pronounced on him
for the murder of Mary Phagan. He
stated he would not be able to an announce
nounce announce the decision until Monday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon or Tuesday.
The governor stated that no respite
would be granted, regardless of what
the decision might be. He said, "the
judgement of the court should cause
-the prisioner to prepare for death, in
event the decision is adverse, he has
had ample time to make preparation.
When you have money deposit it with us, then
when you.need additional money we can let you
have it. Ask our customers if we do not take care
of them when money is scarce. m
Now is the time to open an account and estab establish
lish establish credit for the future. We invite you' to write
fi x i U s it
EXTENSION IN NEW ORLEANS
Branch Federal Reserve Bank for the
I As.oclattl Presj
Wcnirtrrtrn limn 1 0 Tl VtA-
weather reports from the big market I, Regerve vas Pai(1 todaVt
centers of the north and east, from . , ,u i4-
New York City to west of Chicago. , .
" J ,, eral reserve bank to open a branch in
There has been no "cold wave' tok. r,.,i
John Metric is having the room
formerly occupied by the Dodge eat- j
ing house on North Main St., paper-
r d and otherwise improved p re para- i
tory to opening a dining room there, j
Rubber bands, all
manity that God keeps the keys of not been adhered to by some of the
Several parties in this section of
the state have had notice of a hear hearing
ing hearing to be given the railroads before
the railroad commission at Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee on Wednesday, June' 30th, in
the matter of freight charges on
roadway material within the state.
The commission early in 1915 or ordered
dered ordered a reduction in the rate for haul hauling
ing hauling lime rock, gravel, cement and
other materials to be used for build-
iner hiehwavs. which it seems has
In vain we scan the columns of the
Starke Telegraph for a correction of
'Gene Mathews' uncalled for and un untruthful
truthful untruthful attack on Marion county-
The meeting at Tallahassee on the
30th is of a great deal of importance
to our boards of county commission
ers, town councils and others who
(have road construction in charge, as
the enforcement of the rates pro
once his Home. We wouldn't print
mvthine of the sort about Bradford mulgated by the railroad commission
county even if we knew it was true. I ers means the saving of thousands of
dollars in the transportation oi road roadway
way roadway materials at this time wfien
nearly every section is awakening to
the need of good roads.
We are informed that Marion coun-
tv will be well represented at the
The editor of the Star, who set
manv columns of Henry Grady's
copy, when a compositor on the At
lanta Constitution thirty years ago,
Vmc n nprsnnal interest in the ex
planation Governor Trammell should
make of how his thoughts came to
run in the channel cut out by the
great Georgia editor.
cause the Reported slump.
taken on the proposal but it is under
THE BATTLE FRONT j
retrograd. Russia, Feb. 16 (Via j
London.) The number of head and and-arm
arm and-arm wounds of the men at the front i
is enormous, for men in trenches ex-'
fo.-e only their heads and arms. Many,
undreds are hit in the head and
death does not result from the wound. ;
A Iteleeram frorft one of the most . death does not result irom the wound.
tJ v rt,uod that there 13 P"ctlcally r' P- Occasionally one may see the slightly
,,Atxrrxr" 7u 11 position among the board members.
MORNING gave the following report AUanta bank montYi
on we marice snuauon were: .uei- fc perihission to establish a
ons, 25 pounds average, oU to branch New Orleans.
per car; 30 pounds average, $uu;
line liic o idl ta nui, a uiciuu uujti
or seller's bureau, we have reliable
wounded walk back with head3 bound
un or arms in f.lin'r.?. Motor trucks
loaded with wounded tear along the i
roads leading back from the extreme
front. Perhaps forty per cent ot the;
wounded are back on the firing line;
after three months' care and rest in a i
hospital. It all depends on a' man s
health and blood. It the blood is pure
. - xL.. j i Ohio Man Tried to Wipe His Family and irood. the soldier get3 the first
lniormauon mat a iaise ana ariiiiciai i v:c ,.rtria
situation is Deing maintained anu me j heal by fir3t intention.
melon growers are not getting whatl , t I Good blood is everything to every
Vv cVinn'M frrr their rrnns. Grndnpi?sl I man
1 .1 T11 m 1 1
Knows, tne r loriua iarmers anu irucit i tn rxxrun Tlr PiprrA Golden
Medical Discovery marvet at the way
it checks blood diseases. See a man
' A .hiarvov n ncino-pr r,ro, j.i .1 rich 1 who have used Ur.
growers need all they can get out or r J v ."m ,
their crops this year and this paper
wants to see them get it.
Our advice is to look into the mar market
ket market conditions for yourselves and try
to sell, without taking anybody's
word for the condition and consigning
your products to the northern com
With good weather in the north
there is no reason for the market go going
ing going to pieces; there has not been
enough melons shipped yet to create
farmer, today fatally wounded his
wife, killed his 15-year-old da'jrrhter.
and wounded his lG-year-old son
slightly. Ihere is no reason given
for the act. The only member of the
I family who escaped was the 11-year-
old son who was rescued by. an older
brother.- The' tragedy occurred near!
Judge Bullock, who is as particular
as a lady, has a rule that all men who
appear in his court must wear their
In regard to the present slump in coats. The other day, a newspaper
the melon market, the Star will beg man, who knew of the rule, and had
Ipave to remind the farmers that it to into the -courtroom, borrowed
was to prevent such things that Mr. I coat from the accommodating Mr. B
Meffert and Secretary Rooney tried Goldman. Having finished his visit to
to have a law passed to aid the Flor- the courtroom, he went back across
ida Marketing Bureau. Perhaps in the street to Goldman's pawnshop,
1Q17 tho lAo-islntnrs will be wiser. land tried to soak the coat for two
bucks. But Mr. Goldman had watch
In writing of the battle of Bunker ed him and put Herman Warshauer
Hill yesterday, we intended to say it wise.
was fought 139 years ago, instead of
100, but slipped up on it, and our Another veteran newspaper has
dove-eved proof reader doesn't know ceiebrated a birthday the Ocala
the batting averages m the big star. It is now twenty years old and
leagues, let alone dates in American I as frisky as any three-year-old colt.
history. We tried to lay the blame Ocala citizens have cause for- rejoic
. t 1 i Ji. .
on the linotype man, out ne woman 1 1 mg in possessing two such newspa-
MRS. J. SANFORD BIRDSEY
News was received in Ocala this
afternoon of the death of Mrs. J.
Sanford Birdsey in Asheville, N. C,
BADE BRYAN GOODBYE
Washington, June 19. rresident
Wilson called at the home of Former
Secretary. Bryan yesterday afternoon
to bid Mr. Bryan and his wife good
bye before they leave on their South Southern
ern Southern trip. The visit was described as
entirely social, as there. was no ref
erence to the international situation.
Mr. Bryan. and his wife will go to
stand for it. However, we were more
concerned about making the point
that militia are no match for regular
troops than hitting off the date.
pers as the Banner and Star.- Zolfo
Side Haile, the affable and efficient
Seaboard aerent. nhoned the Star
Air is the only thing in the. world thi ft th t N 4 ft Belle.
. m 11 I
that is more the property ot an tne yiew an hour late and was an hoUr
people than water. The people will and a half vJate when he phonei but
realize this soon, and take possession he cannot hear anything more from
of the big hydro-electric plants which it He gaid he would keep us posted
. . i .1
because they can ouua oams anu in aS wanfPi tn take a trin on it.
powerhouses on limited areas, claim We cant gee wh in tnunder he
the energy that is collected from the doesn't take an auto and go out in the
property owned by thousands, ui woods to hunt up the train.
course, the men who have maae tnis
great power available should be re
munerated. The fruits of their labor
and skill shouldn't be confiscated, and
no faction of their fellow citizens
should be allowed to gratify its per
sonal spite by using the general gov government
ernment government to drive them out of busi-
But all great utilities, trans
Malcolm Williams, much stirred up
by the Star's criticisms on bulletin
boards, rechalked his, at the Coast
Line station -this morning, and asks
the Star to beg the dear public not
to rub the marks off by resting their
backs against it.
yesterday afternoon. Mr3. Birdsey
had been in Asheville for some time Asheville, North Carolina, tomorrow.
suering with a throat trouble. Mr.
Birdsey formerly lived in Ocala, but TR AVERS. WON THE
has been a resident of Macon, Ga., GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP
for a number of years. Mrs. Birdsey Short Hills, N. J. June 19. Je-
was a Miss Davis of Macon, and mar-Jrome D. Travers, four times former
ried Mr. Birdsey in that city about J amateur champion, won the national
twelve years ago. The Star joins his J open golf championship here yester-
today with skin all broken out; see!
him a few weeks later after using the
Discovery." his skin is all cleared up.
eyes bright, and hq is contented with
The foundation of good health is
good blood! Are.yo upale? Are you
weak? Are you no longer ambitious
or enercretic? Have you pimples or
boils? Do yousuffer from headaches,
low spirits? Then you are anaemic
your blood is thin, lacking in healthy,
stremrth-irivinir red corpuscles. Then
your blood is impure and your liver
is not up to .its task ot clearing the
blood, from the poisons accumulated.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery is a temperance remedy that will
restore to you: rich, health-giving
blood a redy proved by experience
(in tablet or liquid form). It is a
glycerine extract of roots from our
forests, known to science as those
which will best give the stomach, liver
and bowels needed help. Adv. 11
; piu i a v.
THERE is a heavy demand upon
us for second-hand pianos. If you have a piano
that is not being used, tell us about it, arid we, will
make you a good proposition to take it oft your
hands, and in its place you can
secure an instrument from us
that will bring into your home
the greatest music ever writ written
ten written or ever played.
, SILENT PIANOS
should have no .place, a n y y-where,
where, y-where, so let us show you how
you can produce the woild's greatest music without
a musical education.
Your old piano will go a long way toward the
payment of a PLAYER-PIANO.
. CONVENIENT PAYMENTS IF DESIRED
v r - -
Commission Mca vs Ocala ;
day with a score of 270 strokes for
seventy two holes. Tom McNamara,
a Boston professional, was second.
Bernard Koonce, who has been
spending several days at Bushnell
with his father, Judge J. C. B. Koonce,
returned yesterday afternoon. He was
accompanied home by his father and
pn rnute thev visited Kustis. Tavares
SAFETY FIRST and jsburir. making. the trip in
uon t weaKen your health oy allow-1 their car.
A. 1 i.J I
ing yourseix 10 oecome consupaieu. w n n.iww lm'.t.irol
fr.l. mj l !.. XT r,-
xaiie a ruiiu, sure laxauve. yai s i .j i :
rigsen is an enective aia 10 nature, i q.Tflnn.i,
not a harsh stimulant, uet a ten cent
friends in extending sympathy.
5-room cottage, corner of Watula
and South Second St. Screened and
fitted with all modern conveniences,
Garage on premises. Phone 278, or
apply to Mrs. George J. Blitch.l8-t.
WANTED. LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping, furnished or unfurnished,
or single furnished rooms. Mrs. A. M.
Ferry, No. 19, Herbert street. tfG
We need you so go arid Drink
Ocala Coco-Cola Bottling Works
WANTED Orders by Altar- Guild
for children's garments, aprons,
hemstitching and embroidering. Call
phone 70. 5-tf
box of these candy tablets now, at the
Annex Drug Store. 16-tf
portation, intelligence and power,
should be in the hands of the people
thru their government, and some day
soon will be.
In regard to the communication on
the first page from "A Citizen," con concerning
cerning concerning the shooting of a negro at
lake, the Star will say that it print printed
ed printed all the information it had yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon. The Star is not in
favor of any officer using a gun except
to defend his life or that of some cit
izen,, or to arrest some desperate
criminal whose deeds have already
made his life forfeit
According to the Miami Herald,
Judge J. L. Billingsley, a former Ma
rion citizen who is prospering in Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, will spend the next ten days in
Havana, returning to Key West on
the 29th to hold court, after which he
will leave for an automobile trin
through Georgia, South and North
Mr. C. N. Hampton of Martel
leaves today for a visit to his old
home at Lincoln, Neb., where he -was
once a near neighbor of William J.
Also, the Star Bryan, living in three blocks of the
doesn't believe it is just
darkies for gambling
to arrest ; Hryan home.
them- two weeks.
He will be gone about
Mrs. Laura Welhoner has accepted
a position at The Leader, Ocala's lat
est acquisition in the dry goods line.
The Leader's opening day has been a
good one, and it gives promise of be
coming one of our most popular mer mercantile
cantile mercantile establishments.
The Ocala Rifles were drilling on
the square last night, and attracted
much favorable comment by the pro
ficiency with which they maneuvered.
Contractor-Dodge will begin work
on repairing and repainting the up upper
per upper works of the county court house
Mr. James W. Perry, of Stanton, is
among the visitors in the city today.
He has shipped three cars of melons
and will have a fourth ready for move movement
ment movement Monday. While the prices were
not top notcners, his returns were
Mrs. Harry E. Leavengood is spend
ing a few days with Dunnellon rela
Victrolas- and Victor records at The
Murray Company. 3t
'..'.'." "Wre Treat Your Laundry White"
0)ifflip .GdpMaiiFS i
Will last longer and look better if you send them to us to be
laundered by our up-to-date methods. Our special machinery for
this class of work gives the best work that is obtainable with
the least possible wear. If we are not now calling for your laun laundry
dry laundry just call PHONE 21 and let us prove to you that there is no
.work superior to ours.
Mr. Clarence Zewadski will reach
home tomorrow from Ann Harbor,
Mich., where he is a law student at
the state university. Recently Mr.
Zewadski was elected eminent com
mander of the Sigma Nu fraternity of
the university, which is the highest
honor that his fraternity can bestow
on any member. Mr. Zewadski is
justly proud of his appointment and
his friends are awaiting the oppor
tunity to extend congratulations.
An interesting sight at the Coast
Line station last night was a blooded
bull-calf from Rutland, Vt., on his
way to J. O. Floyd's place at Fruit
land Park. The pretty animal was as
gentle as a dog.
Use a Globe-Wemicke filing cab
inet at The Murray Company. 3t
SEE ItiK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetx ilea, milk and eggs, tf
Mr. J. T. Hutchins, member of the
board of county commissioners from
the west end of the county, is in the
city today making preparations for
besrinnme: work on the public road
near Berlin, on Monday morning. Mr
Hutchins is right onto his job of look
incr after the roads in all sections of
his district, and is trying to equalize
his- work so as to give each portion
its sharefofc the funds set aside for
Mr. John Fogelstrom has sold his
home at .Montague to mt. rrea
Thompson of Hoboken, N. J., who ar
rived to take charge of it a few days
ago. We welcome Mr. Thompson and
his family to Marion county and trust
that they may be successful here.
Mr. J. Fred Burden and family have
moved from the -Dewey farm to the
city and are now pleasantly located
on West Broadway. The Evening
Star will keep them posted on the
city's doings as well as furnishing
them with the world news fresh from
the wires every afternoon.
Globe-Wernicke safes and cabinet3
at The Murray Company. 3t
Mr. J. G. Parrish, Ocala's only rep
resentative to the State Pharmaceut
ical convention, has returned from At
lantic Beach. He was elected a mem
ber of the association.
Did vou ever think what a fine
town we would have if, in every back
yard, there was a dignified garbage
can with a top to it in place of the
open barrel or box that is turned over
by every stray dog that comes along
You can do your share toward mak making
ing making the town ideal in this respect by
seeincr that vour back yard is thus
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
ROOMS .AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates..? 'Mrs. M. E. Ervin at
Carlton House. 19-lmo.
WANTED A roll top desk and a
fiat top desk. Apply to the Ocala
Evnittin Mills. 15-t
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W.'C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped 'with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
Ocala Gas Company
- PHONE 61
RY our Fresh Meat it will
please you. Fresh Veg
etables in season.
Algo a fine line of Groceries.
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR
RATESE2&-75C to S1.50 NO III
Dining Room vith Moderate prices
Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the Hou'c
i:l,kctiuo i:i.r:v.TO!; sr.nvici; iiioni: is ma, r.rw
SkJ jr Si X ti Jf A
The only Hotel on the Square
ROOM AND DATII FOR A DOLLAR
OCA LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1913
PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
ADMISSION rrom 3:30 to 10:30, 5 and 10 cents
OCALA' SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
WE HAVE BUILT UP OUR BUSINESS BY GIVING
OUR CUSTOMERS RELIABLE HARDWARE AT A
LOW PRICE; BY BEING ON THE JOB, ATTENDING
TO OUR CUSTOMERS' WANTS, AND BY SENDING
THEM AVAY SATISFIED WITH EVERYTHING
WE HAVE NEVER LOST ANY MONEY BY DOING
BUSINESS ON THE LEVEL, AND DON'T INTEND TO
CHANGE OUR SYSTEM. IF YOU WANT A SQUARE
COME TO SEE US.
PHONE 11 a,
i WAKE COMPANY
- OCALA, FLA.
This is our
Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Beach a,nd Duck Suifs. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
it can not wear or tear. Call and see
it do the wuk.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main SL
Tie CoMHierciai Bank
CilPITiiL STOCK 850,000.00.
Sialc, County and City Depository.
Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight. and satisfactory service go with this good ice of nurs. Let us
have your custom we deserve it.
ifteata lee & PaeMeg Co.
NEW YORK AND RETURN
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOD ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
VVrite for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WENZEL, FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
Thought for the Day
Love and you will grow wise; grow
wise and you must love. One cannot
love truly without growing better,
and to grow better is to become more
Alumni Association to Meet Monday
The alumni association of the Ocala
high school will meet Monday eve evening
ning evening at 8 o'clock at the court house
to adopt a constitution and by-laws
and formulate plans for a permanent
organization. The chairman urges a
Mrs. J. G. Swaim came up from the
lake yesterday and spent the day in
town. She and Mr. Swaim are hav having
ing having a most pleasant outing by the
Miss Rainsford Glass leaves Mon Monday
day Monday for Monteagle, Tenn., to enter
Fairmont College for the summer.
Miss India Smith is at Lake Weir
the guest for a few days of Miss
Miss, Martha Kate Rentz has re-t
turned from a visit to her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Jack Rentz in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Hall will come
to Ocala from their home at Oxford
the first of July to spend some time.
They will have rooms at the home of
Dr. E. Van Hood.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Orange Springs to give a
canning demonstration at the home of
Miss Jennie Carter. She will return
The Baptist sewing circle will meet
Monday afternoon with Mrs. A. S.
Sandlin on South Second street.
Capt. and Mrs. C. T. Howard are
the proud and happy parents of a
sweet little daughter born to them
yesterday at Crystal River where they
make their home aboard the yacht
"Dozie." The news of the arrival of
the little day to whom has been given
the name Sara, will occasion hearty
congratulations from the host of
friends of the young father, who is
known the full length of the Okla-
waha and St. Johns rivers as the gen
ial "Buster" Howard.
Dr. Paul Gates of Macon, Ga., is
here on a visit to his mother, Mrs. H.
C. Gates, having driven through the
country in his auto. Mrs. Gates ar
rived yesterday by rail, and they will
spend a week or ten days in the city.
The many Ocala friends of Dr. Gates
will be pleased to learn that he has
a lucrative dental practice in Geor Georgia's
gia's Georgia's central city, and are extending
him the glad hand of welcome.
Mrs. E. M. Overstreet and Misses
Ethel and Mabel Overstreet returned
to Eustis this afternoon after a visit
of a few days to Mrs. S. W. Igou.
They were accompanied home by Mrs.
j Igou and two sons who will be their
guests for a fortnight.
Miss Annie MacKay was able to be
taken yesterday to the summer home
of her parents at" Lake Weir. Her
friends hope that it will only be a
I short time before she is entirely re
covered from her recent operation.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Young of Lake
Weir were morning visitors today.
Mr. Eric Collier is sojourning at
Waynesville, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Osco S. -Burnett and
daughter are at Anthony the guests
of Mrs. Burnett's relatives. Mr. Bur
nett, a former Ocala boy, recently
disposed of his tailoring business in
Daytona to his brother-in-law, Mr.
John P. Leitner and until he goes into
business again will remain at An
Mr. and Mrs. Carter H. Dame re
turned last night from their wedding
trip and are now at home to their
friends at 405 South Lime street. Mr,
Dame has been kept busy all day re
ceiving the congratulations of friends
Mrs. Dame was formerly Mrs. Sarah
Tinder of West Palm Beach, pos
sesses a charming personality and is
being accorded a warm welcome by
the host of friends of her husband.
Mrs. Ira H. Miller and Miss Lee
Bowers of Daytona have many friends
in this section who will be interest-1 Y
. . i
ed to learn that they left this week J
for an extended western trip, includ including
ing including a visit to the Panama exposition,
Los Angeles and other points. Miss
Bowers is the only daughter of Mrs.
Celeste Hinks, who has either man managed
aged managed the Seaside Inn or Daytona
Beach hotel for the past few years.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, Jr.
and son and Mr. Guy Zewadski of
Tampa are guests for a week and
longer of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewad Zewadski,
ski, Zewadski, Sr., arriving today.
Wednesday and Thursday were the
10th and 11th birthday anniversaries
of J. W. Crosby, Jr. and Mildred
Crosby. In honor of the happy event
their mother gave them a moving
picture party, entertaining fifteen of
their playmates at the Temple. The
drug store was visited at the conclus
ion of the pictures and there the mer merry
ry merry youngsters were served to ice
cream and other soda fountain pro products.
ducts. products. Ocalan to Occupy Chaic of Oratory at
Miss Lydie McDoughal, who has
been making her home at Englewood
with her brother, Mr. Robert Mc McDoughal
Doughal McDoughal and family, leaves shortly
for Gainesville, Ga., to take a post postgraduate
graduate postgraduate course in oratory at Brenau
College. Next winter Miss McDough McDoughal
al McDoughal will occupy the chair of oratory at
Columbia College, Lake City. The
position is a high and merited com compliment
pliment compliment to Miss McDoughal, who is
one of Ocala's loveliest and brightest
Mr. II. L. Borfand of Citra is in the
city visiting Manager Sandlin of the
citrus sub-exchange. Mrs. Borland
will join her husband tomorrow at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sandlin.
Miss Nellie Stevens has gone to
Jacksonville to teach in the Duval
county summer normal school for the
next few weeks. s
Mrs. Samuel Leigh will leave
Tuesday for Jacksonville to visit her
mother Mrs. Johnston.
Mrs. -R. L. Caruthers of Anthony
and Mrs. John Neff of Jacksonville
were shoppers today from the former
Friends have received invitations to
the wedding of Miss Dollie May Mil
ler to Mr. Allen Simpson Holmes on
Wednesday evening, June 30, at 6
o'clock at the home of Miss Miller's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller at
Martel. Miss Miller is a popular
young lady of Martel, while Mr.
Holmes is an industrious young busi business
ness business man of Dunedin.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison and in infant
fant infant son of Martel were shopping in
The members of the Methodist choir
will have the pleasure of making the
acquaintance of their new director,
Miss Mary Connor, -this evening. Shei
requests that all the members be on!
hand promptly at 7:30 for practice.
If there is any lacking in the matter
of good work by that choir hereafter
it surely, will not be the fault of the
director. Gainesville Sun.
M AYTO REHA WILL
' FIGHT OUR 1,11
lll ii mils o
Belligerent Attitude Taken by the
Governor of Sonora
Mrs. J. C. Caldwell, who i. spend spending
ing spending June in Jacksonville with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Mclntire,
assisted Thursday at a silver tea giv given
en given by the Annie Perdue Sebring chap chapter
ter chapter U. D. C, at the home of her par parents
ents parents for the benefit of the scholarship
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sales,, of Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. James
E. Johnson for, Sunday.
Mr. arnl Mrs. R. Floyd Metcalfe an announce
nounce announce the birth of a daughter yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. The little girl has been nam named
ed named Nancy. Metropolis.
Miss1 Margaret Stevens of Lakeland
is a guest at the home-of her uncle,
Mr. B. A. Weathers. Monday she will
be joined by her mother, Mrs. I. V.
Stevens and accompanied by Mr.
Weathers they will leave Tuesday for
New York, where they will meet Mrs.
Weathersv Miss Janet Weathers and
Mr. B. A. Weathers, Jr. at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Niel A. Weathers. On
the 20th they will be present at the
graduation of Mr. Paul Weathers
from Amherst College and on the
Sth will attend the marrjage of Mr.
B. A. Weathers to )
:" (Aoclatea Pr)
Nogales, Sonora, June 19. Gov Governor
ernor Governor Mayortena authorized a state statement
ment statement today that the entire Mexican
forces at his command would be used
if necessary to resist the landiAg of
the American marines, on the west
coast who have beerr. sent to protect
settlers from Ya qui Indians in the
Yaqui valley. He added that he had
sent troops to .protect foreigners
from the Indians.
GREAT BATTLE AT GRODEK
(Continued from First Page)
Mrs. C. E. Nelson accompanied her
husband up from Lake Weir this
morning spending the day in town.
Mr. W. T. Gary is at Daytona
Beach enjoying a fortnight visit with
Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Bennett and son,
Mrs. R. C. Camp and Mr. R. L. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, J r. will return home tomorrow
from Pineola where they motored
Thursday to fish.
THE JOHN DOZIER CO.
Have just received car Flour, Meal
and Grits, that will be sold at lowest
market prices.' Ask for prices before
buying elsewhere. C-18-tf.
forward. The last few days has
brought much hand-to-hand fighting.
The British and French, are striv striving
ing striving to hold the trenches they have
gained and the Germans with a pre preponderance
ponderance preponderance of machine guns are
promptly initiating a counter attack.
Each side dwells on the other's loss losses,
es, losses, and each emphasizes its gains; all
of which have-been costly although
comparatively small as measured in
The British press is finding some
solace in the reports of colossal hu human
man human sacrifices which the Austro-Ger-man
drive through Galicia entailed.
THAWtVON; BECKER LOST
Decision of New York Court of Ap Appeals
peals Appeals in Two Celebrated Cases
Albany, N. J., June 19. The court
of appeals yesterday upheld the order
of supreme court Justice Hendrick,
directing a jury trial to test the san sanity
ity sanity of Harry K. Thaw.
The court of appeals denied the ap application
plication application of Charles Becker for a re re-argument
argument re-argument on its decision affirming his
sentence of death.
The kind of candy she likes is Nor Nor-ris!
ris! Nor-ris! The Court Pharmacy sells it in
half and full pound packages. None
You take no chances in getting
shrimp and crabs at RodofTs as he
receives them dirert from the sea
Houses for rent on Daugherty
street." all modern conveniences. Ad-
ply to A. G. Gates at Gates Gar-ach afternoon. Call at Keating's
age. 15-tf 'Buffet, or-phone 22. "- tf
IS OBLIGED TO SHUT HIMSELF
ON ISLAND FORTRESS OF
SAN JUAN DE ULOA
( A-ssociateni Fritz)
Washington, June 19-D':Terenecs
between General Carranza and Gen General
eral General Obregon, his principal command commander
er commander cause dissentions in Carranza's
cabinet. Carranza's removal of Ms
headquarters to the fortress "of San
Juan de Uloa, in the harbor of Vera
Cruz is reported to the state depart department
ment department today in consular dispatches. It
was said developments threatened the
solidarity of the Carranza movement.
Four or eight members of the cabi cabinet
net cabinet are said to lurve resigned. Obre Obregon
gon Obregon is said to have insisted in a tele telegram
gram telegram to Carranza that they be retain retained
ed retained ar.J a fifth member, the minister
of public instruction be dismissed.
A newspaper article by the latter at attacking
tacking attacking some of his colleagues result resulted
ed resulted in the resignations.
- President Wilson intends to wait
several weeks to let the Filiation
shape itself before definite step3 are
taken by the United States, in U.a
new Mexican policy.
ANOTHER GREAT FIGHTING
, MACHINE AFLOAT
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armor will cost as much more and
other equipment necessary to fit her
for duty will add another million to
her total cost. She is longer and
wider than any but the newest trans trans-Atlantic
Atlantic trans-Atlantic liners. If it is desired to
put her through the Panama canal
the locks and bends in the channel
will be taxed almost to the limit to
give her passage way.
THOUSANDS WERE PRESE!
New York. June 19. The Arizona
was launched shortly after 1 o'clock.
Tens of thousands of people witness witnessed
ed witnessed the sight.
Nyal's White Liniment. Ufe it for
aches and pains, bruises and sprains.
Sold by Annex Drug Store. lC-tf
W. K. Lane, 31. P., Tliyj-IrLm and
Surgeon, specialist Cje, liar, New
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Saturday, June 26th, inclusive.
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Florida State Song
tBy Sarah J. Glenn, Air 'Suwanee
(To be Sung in Sunday Schools on
Temperance Day, June 20)
Where Florida reclines in beauty
Down by the sea, :
White ribboners are found on duty,
Looking for victory.
See, their banner bears the orange
Emblem of love;
Love, fruitage of the Holy Spirit,
Given by the hand above.
Though sometimes the way seems
We will not: repine, -Well
knowing that to hearts aweary
. God sends the glad sunshine.
Press. we on, and on, and on, O com comrades,
rades, comrades, Bright burns our zeal,
On our every deed of loving service,
God sets His golden seal.
Greive not idly over ills and losses,
. Press on andon,
What to us life's vanished pain and
When the glorious victory's won?
Now, no more, the days seem dreary,
Nor, do we repine;
For into every heart aweary,
God has sent His glad sunshine.
Facts About Alcohol by Richmond P.
Every time a man drinks he takes
that much away from his manhood;
will power declines. An anaesthetic,
like chloroform and ether that hides
the pain and poisoning effect, alco alcohols
hols alcohols fools you and leaves the craving
behind, increasing steadily with the
drinking. Then, with the will power
declining, the habit in time becomes
fixed. The use of this habit-f Arming
drug is so wide-spread and its grip so
powerful that today there are 5,000, 5,000,-000
000 5,000,-000 American citizens, heavy drinkers
and drunkards, who have shackles on
their wrists, a ball and v chain upon
their ankles. A few thousand brew brewers
ers brewers and distillers today own 5,000,000
Nature is not going to tolerate this
tearing down where she is trying to
build. Any -living: thing that so vio violates
lates violates the evolutionary law of nature
must pay the penalty nature will
proceed to exterminate.
I will refer you to these placards:
Starting at 20, a young man as a total
abstainer will live to be 65; as a mod moderate
erate moderate drinker he will die at 51. Do
not extol temperate drinking, when it
will cut 14 years of life out of the
average man, though he never gets
drunk in his life. The heavy drink drinker
er drinker at 20 dies at 35; 30 years are cut
out of his short life.
The civilization of Western Europe,
the civilization of Central Europe, and
the civilization of Eastern Europe and
of Asia are now involved in a great
world war, and the respective govern governments
ments governments involved have come to recognize
that to survive their nations and their
armies must be sober, so that today
this question is foremost in the coun councils
cils councils of all nations of the world. The
fact at the foundation of this world in interest
terest interest is the recent discovery made by
science that a man, a family, a state,
a nation, an empire, a civilization, or
a race to survive must be sober.
"The first against alcohol is the
most important phenomenon of our
epoch weightier than all state af affairs,
fairs, affairs, wars, and concluded peaces."
Prof. Fick of Wurzburg.
More Destructive than War, Pestil Pestilence
ence Pestilence and Famine
Mr. Gladstone in the maturity of
his philosophy announced that strong
drink is more destructive than the his-
Bat Husband, With Aid of Cardui,
Effects Her Deliverance.
Draper, N C Mrs. Helen Dalton, o!
this place, says: "I suffered for years,
with pains in my left side, and would
often almost smother to death.
Medicines patched me up for awhile
but then I would get worse again. Final Finally,
ly, Finally, my husband decided he wanted me to
try Cardui, the woman's tonic, so he
bought me a bottle and I began using it.
It did me more good than all the medi medicines
cines medicines I had taken.
I have induced many of my friends to
try Cardui, and they all say they have
been benefited by its use. There never
has been, and never will be, a medicine
to compare with Cardui. 1 believe it is
a good medicine for all womanly trou troubles."
bles." troubles." For over 50 years, Cardui has been re relieving
lieving relieving woman's sufferings and building
ak women up to health and strength.
if you are a woman, give it a fair trial.
should surely help you, as it has a
Get a bottle of Cardui to-day,
Writ .- Cb<anooea Madtcina Co.. LadiW'
Advisory Deut-. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for SpciJ
fxtntctitrit on rour case and 64-paga boolt Homa
Treatment for Women." in plain wrapper. R.C 1 at
toric scourages of war, pestilence and
famine combined. The old philosph-
er was eminently correctT Many bat battles
tles battles have been fought in histoiy for
which there is no authenic report of
the casualty, but of those of which
there are records, from the Macedon Macedonian
ian Macedonian War, 300 B. C, down to and includ including
ing including the Russo-Japanese War, the sum
total foots up to 2,800,000 killed and
wounded, which being apportioned,
would make a little less than 2,100, 2,100,-000
000 2,100,-000 and a little less than 700,000 kill killed.
ed. killed. Bearing in mind the qualifying
circumstances, it can be generally said
therefore, that alcohol brings to a pre premature
mature premature grave more Americans in one
year than all the wars of he world
as recorded in 2,300 years.
Alcohol 'is not satisfied with short short-ening
ening short-ening life and bringing to an untime untimely
ly untimely end and premature death hundreds
of thousands of our citizens every
year; it blights the offspring; it at attacks
tacks attacks the tender tissues associated
with reproduction in both male and fe female;
male; female; it affects the tender system of
embryo in the prenatal period. For
both parents to be simply moderate
drinkers to drink but onca a day beer
or wine, will quadruple the chance of
miscarriage for the mother, increas increasing
ing increasing 400 per cent the suffering and
danger of maternity, will increase
100 per cent the number of children
that will die in the first year of in infancy.
fancy. infancy. The children of drinking pa parents
rents parents die off at the rate of from four
to five times as many as those of ab abstaining
staining abstaining parents. Do not talk about
prohibition invading the rights of in individuals
dividuals individuals liquor blights the rights of
our citizens before they are born; it
denies the rights of the children to be
born with parental love; it throws the
boys on the streets and into the mines
and factories, preventing them from
getting the education they are entitled
to. It attacks our young during the
whole period of minority. It tramples
upon the rights of communities, the
rights of counties and states. All of
this for what purpose? So that this
monster may continue to fatten up upon
on upon the weaknesses and woes of hu humanity.
manity. humanity. The liquor interests can not
teach old men to drink, so they must
teach the boys.
Undermines the Will-Power
The poisoning attack of alcohol is
specially severe in the cortex cere cerebrum
brum cerebrum the top part of the brain
where resides the center of inhibition
or of will power, causing partial pa paralysis
ralysis paralysis which liberates lower ac ac-tiveties
tiveties ac-tiveties otherwise held in control,
caus-ing a man to become more of a
brute, but to imagine that he has been
stimulated, when he is partially para paralyzed.
lyzed. paralyzed. This center of inhibition is
the seat of the will power, which of
necessity declines a little in strength
every time partial paralysis takes
Thus a man is little less of a man
after each drink he takes. In this
way continued drinking causes a
progressive weakening of the will and
a progressive growing of the craving
so that after a time, if presisted in,
there must come a point where the
will power can not control the crav
ing and the victim is in the grip of
The Great Tragedy
The spiritual nature of man gives
dignity to his life above the life of the
brute. It is this spiritual nature of
man that makes him in the image of
his Maker, so that the Bible referred
to man as being a little lower than the
angels. It is a tragedy to blight the
physical life. No measure can be
made of blighting the spiritual life.
Booze Worst in War and Worst in
Colonel Maus, surgeon general of
the eastern department of the United
States army, has been retired after a
record service of forty-one 3-cars in
the medical corps. He is the man who
organized our public-health service in
the Philippines and cleaned Manila of
bubonic plague, leprosy, and small smallpox.
pox. smallpox. If knowledge, skill and accom accomplishment
plishment accomplishment are anything, this man is
an authority. He has pointed out re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly that soldiers do not know
how to use alcohol and never will;
that booze was responsible for a large
part of the disastrous. stomach troub troubles
les troubles and mental breakdowns of our sold soldiers
iers soldiers in the Cuban and Philippine cam campaigns.
paigns. campaigns. This is his final verdict on
the whole subject:
"Practically all of the crime com committed
mitted committed in the army, directly or indi indirectly,
rectly, indirectly, can be traced to the effects of
alcohol. Murders, robberies, deser desertions,
tions, desertions, courtmartial, and dismissal of
officers, prison and guardhouse sen sentences
tences sentences of enlisted men, fight?, brawl?,
broken friendships, misery, wretched wretchedness
ness wretchedness and moral degeneracy shoulj le,
as a general thing, ascribed to the
use of intoxicants."
If the great war in Europe has
proved nothing else, it has proved that
Colonel Maus is absolutely right.
Booze and uniforms do not mix, and
alcohol is the worst of all traitors.
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Hard working people are most likely
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