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OCALA. FIOKIDA. SATURDAY. JUNE 21. 1913
DISSOLUTION SALE NOW ON
I Off I IK!
Little Opportunity for Graft Left inj
Primaries Under the
New I jaw
The following is the law for limit limiting
ing limiting and regulating campaign expens expenses,
es, expenses, passed by the legislature.
Governor Park Trammell prepared
the measure and had it introduced
in the legislature:
AN ACT Relating to Primary Elec Elections,
tions, Elections, and Limit, Control and Re Restrict,
strict, Restrict, Campaign and Other Expendi Expenditures
tures Expenditures in Connection with Primary
Elections, and to Require Candidates
for Primary Nominations to Make
Certain Statements of Campaign Ex Expenditures;
penditures; Expenditures; to Require Certain Dut Duties
ies Duties of Certain Officers, Boards and
Committee in Connection With the
Said Regulation and Control of Cam Campaign
paign Campaign Expenditures as Provided in
Said Act; to Define, Prevent and
Punish Certain Offenses and Corrupt
and Illegal Practices in Connection
With .Primary Elections; to Require
and Protect the Purity of the Ballot;
to Make Certain Evidence Admissi
ble in the Courts, and Providing
Penalties for Violations of Its Pro Provisions:
visions: Provisions: Be It Enacted by the Legislature
of the State of Florida:
Section 1. That no person in the
furtherance of his candidacy for
nomination for public office or public
position, in a primary election, shall
himself, or by or through any other
person or persons, c. on behalf of
any other person, directly or indi indirectly,
rectly, indirectly, give, pay or expend any mon money,
ey, money, or give or pay anything of value,
or promise to give, pay or expend
any money or to pay anything of val value
ue value or authorize any expenditures or
become pecuniarily liable, except
and only for the following purposes,
For his traveling expenses while
campaigning, fee for qualifying, sten stenographic
ographic stenographic work, clerks at his cam campaign
paign campaign headquarters to address, pre prepare
pare prepare and mail campaign literature,
telegrams, telephones, postage,
freight, express, stationery, list of
Voters, office rent, newspaper adver advertising,
tising, advertising, advertising in campaign book,
printing and the renting of halls in
which to address the voters.
The expenditure of any money or
giving, paying or promising to give
-or pay any money or anything of
value directly or indirectly by any
candidate in. the furtherance of his
candidacy for nomination in a pri primary
mary primary election, except in the manner
and for the purposes authorized by
the provisions of this Section is here hereby
by hereby expressly prohibited.
Section 2. That the total expendi expenditures
tures expenditures allowed and authorized for the
purposes specified in Section One (1)
of this Act, shall not be in excess of
the following amounts, for each can candidate
didate candidate for the following offices, to-
For United States Senator, $4,000.00
For Governor $4,000.00
For all other state administative
For Congressman $2,000.00
For R. R. Commissioner, Adjutant
General, State Chemist, State
Auditor, Assistant State Auditor
and Justices of the Supreme
For State Attorney .. $ 600.00
For Circuit Judge $ 600.00
For State Senator $ 200.00
For Representative in the Legisla Legislature
ture Legislature $ 2000.00
For Congressional District Delegate
to Nat'l Convention.. $ 300.00
For Delegate at Large to the Na National
tional National Convention, for member
of the National Executive Com Committee
mittee Committee and Presidential Elec Elector
tor Elector $ 500.00
For County offices in Counties hav having
ing having a population of 40,000 and
over -.. $750.00
For County offices in Counties hav having
ing having a population of 30,000 and
less than 40,000 $ 500.00
For County offices in Counties hav having
ing having a population of 20,000 and
less than 30,000.... $ 450.00
For County offices in Counties with
less than 20,000 $ 400.00
The latest Federal or State census
to determine the population of a
For members of the State Executive
Committee, and Members of the
Congressional Executive Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, of any political par party
ty party S 100.00
For Members of the County Execu Executive
tive Executive Committee of any political
party $ 50.00
The maximum amounts fixed by
this section shall include funds con-I
tributed to a candidafe's campaign
fund, and shall not include all ex expenditures
penditures expenditures by the candidate himself
cr his campaign manager or commit-
tee. The expending of any money or j
giving or promising to give or pay
any money or anything of value by
any candidate directly or indirectly
in furtherance for nomination in a
primary election, in excess of the
amounts fixed and prescribed by this
Section is hereby prohibited and an
expenditure in excess of said amounts
is declared to be unlawful.
Sec. 3. That any person who vio violates
lates violates the provisions of Section One
(1) of this Act shall, upon conviction
be punished by a fine of not exceed exceeding
ing exceeding one thousand dollars or be im imprisoned
prisoned imprisoned not exceeding one year, or
may be punished by both such fine
and imprisonment, and shall from
and after his conviction be disquali disquali-and
and disquali-and ineligible to hold the office or
position to which he aspires, or any
other state of county office or posi position,
tion, position, and Iris name shall not be allow allowed
ed allowed or printed on the primary elec election
tion election ballot or upon the official ballot
to be used in the General State and
County election, and no officer, com committee
mittee committee or board authorized by law to
issue commissions or certificates of
nomination, shall issue any such
certificate or commission to any such
person. Tf at the time of conviction
such person is serving in the position
or office to which he aspires, his con conviction
viction conviction shall because for his removal
or for his impeachment.
Sec. 4. Any person who violates
the provisions of Section Two (2) of
this Act, shall, upon conviction, be
punished by a fine of not exceeding
one thousand dollars or be imprison imprisoned
ed imprisoned not exceeding one year, or may
be punished by both such fine and
imprisonment, and shal1 from and af after
ter after his conviction be disqualified and
ineligible to hold the office or posi position
tion position to which he aspires, or any other
State or Cqunty office or position and
his name shall not be allowed or
printed on the primary election bal ballot,
lot, ballot, or upon the official ballot to be
used in the General, State and Coun County
ty County election, and no officer, committee
or board authorized by law to issue
commissions or certificates of elec election
tion election or certficates of nomination shall
issue any such certificate or com commission
mission commission to such person. If at the
time of the conviction such person
is serving in the position or office to
which he aspires, his conviction shall
be cause for his removal or impeach impeachment.
ment. impeachment. Sec. 5. That no person shall, in
order to aid or promote his nomina nomination
tion nomination in a primary election, directly or
indirectly, himself or by or through
any other person, promise to appoint
another person, or promise to secure
cr aid in securing appointment, nom nomination
ination nomination or election' of another person
to any public or private position or
employment, or to any position of
honor, trust or emolument, except
that he may publicly announce or de define
fine define what his choice or purpose in
relation to any election in which he
may be called to take part, if elected.
Any person who violates the provis provisions
ions provisions of this Section shall upon con conviction
viction conviction be punished as provided by
the provisions of Section Four (4)
of this Act.
Sec. 6. That any candidate or
other person who employs, or offers
to employ, or shall give, pay, reward,
(Concluded on Eighth Page)
About John Martin's Little Office.
Entire State is Weary of
The Jacksonville Metropolis prints
the following special, which may or
may not be as reliable as the Met's
dispatches usually are:
Washington, June 20. A politi political
cal political scandal of no mean proportion
appears to be brewing within the
Florida delegation in Congress, and
some of its members may be called
upon the carpet by the president to
explain why Collector of Customs
John W. Martin was compelled to
sign a letter resigning the position
effective on July 1 before the Senate
would confirm the appointment.
Secretary McAdoo of the treasury de department
partment department has a letter from Martin
giving in detail a narrative of the
events leading up to the forced
resignation in advance, and the two
Florida senators have been asked to
call and explain.
It appears that Mr. Martin was
appointed collector of customs for the
district of Florida for a term of
years beginning May 31. Imme Immediately
diately Immediately a clamor arose that the place
was intended for someone else, see seeing
ing seeing that on July 1 the whole state of
Florida and a part of southern Geor Georgia
gia Georgia becomes the district of Florida,
and the collector of Jacksonville au automatically
tomatically automatically becomes collector for the
As It Is Played
Martin's nomination was sent to
the Senate and then withdrawn and
Martin summoned to Washington,
where he met Senator Fletcher, who
told him that owing to opposition to
giving Martin the larger position
having arisen he would have to re resign
sign resign the commission effective July 1,
or the Senate would not confirm him.
Martin protested and called on
Senator Bryan, who told him he
could do nothing, and advised him
to comply with the demand for
resignation. Martin returned to
Senator Fletcher, who was inflexi inflexible,
ble, inflexible, and gave him three days to de decide
cide decide upon his course. Martin con consulted
sulted consulted with friends, who advised him
to escape the humiliation of not be being
ing being confirmed by a democratic Sen Senate
ate Senate by agreeing to sign the letter.
Then the tale runs, Martin returned
to the office of Senator Fletcher in
the Senate building and agreed to
sign the letter.
Senator Fletcher, so the story
goes, dictated the letter of resigna resignation
tion resignation to his stenographer, and had it
transcribed on a letterhead bearing
the Senate mark and his name. Mar Martin
tin Martin signed the letter under protest,
and then, it is alleged, Fletcher said,
"You will be confirmed on Monday,"
and on Monday the Senate confirmed
Martin wrote to the secretary of
the treasury a full account of these
events and it is understood that the
letter has been called to the atten attention
tion attention of the president, who is indig indignant.
nant. indignant. He also withdrew his resig resignation,
nation, resignation, notifying Senators Fletcher
and Bryan that he would fight to re retain
tain retain the office until the expiration
of his commission.
Nothing to Say
John W. Martin, when shown the
1 ttgr atg mbmmBB iteai
! above special dispatch, and asked to
make a statement concerning it, de declined
clined declined to discuss the matter today.
UPSET IN THE AIR
Flying Machine Turned Turtle Over
Chesapeake Iay, and Hurled
Ensign llillingsley to His
Washington, June 21. Ensign W.
D. Billingsley of Mississippi was
killed and Lieut. J. H. Powers of
Georgia was seriously hurt by the
collapse of their aeroplane while fly flying
ing flying over Chesapeake bay near Anna Annapolis
polis Annapolis yesterday.
The two officers started from the
naval academy in a hydro-aeroplane
for Claiborne, Md. When about five
to seven miles from Annapolis the
machine at an altitude of 1,600
feet, capsized. When it had dropped
about 400 feet Ensign Billingsley
fell or was thrown out. His body
has not been recovered.
Lieutenant Towers remained in
the machine and fell with it into the
bay, where he was rescued and hur hurried
ried hurried to the naval academy hospital,
injured, although it is not known
how seriously. Boats from the naval
academy are searching for Billings Billings-ley's
ley's Billings-ley's body and for wreckage of the
machine to find the cause of the ac accident.
cident. accident. The death of Ensign Billingsley
makes a total of nine fatalities in
the government service since the
army began experiments with heav-ier-than-air
machines at Fort Myer
in 1908. His death is the first in
the aviation corps of the navy.
Billingsley was born in 1887,
graduated from the naval academy
in 1909 and was attached to the
aviation corps in that year.
Lieutenant Towers was born in
1885, graduated from the naval
academy in 1906 and assigned to the
aviation corps last December.
PICNIC AT COOTEIt POM)
By Woodmen Camp and Woodmen
Circle on the Fourth
As per notice last week, Levy
camp No. 126 and Oak Grove Circle
No. 45, W. O. W., of Montbrook,
will again stand sponsors for the an annual
nual annual 4th of July picnic at Cooter
Pond, midway between Montbrook
and Morriston. The following speak speakers
ers speakers have been secured: Judge Hal W.
Adams of Mayo on behalf of wood woodcraft;
craft; woodcraft; Dr. C. W. Crook of'Jackson of'Jackson-ville
ville of'Jackson-ville on behalf of temperance; Hon.
Charles E. Jones of Jacksonville on
behalf of equal suffrage; Hon. Thos.
W. Price of Williston on behalf of
education; Prof. J. J. Vernon, dean
of the university, scientific farming;
Hon. S. Phillips of Williston, good
roads. Other speakers have been in invited
vited invited but at this writing have not
responded. Dunnellon and Mont Montbrook
brook Montbrook will play ball and the win winner
ner winner is to play Williston. It has been
decided to have a fish fry, which has
heretofore added so much to the pop popularity
ularity popularity of these annual picnics. The
lodges will operate cool drink stands.
I have every reason to believe we
will have a special train from Archer
to Morriston to handle the people
along line of road. Everybody cor cordially
dially cordially invited to come and bring
well filled baskets. J. S. Blitch,
C. C. Levy Camp No. 126 W. O. W.
For tan and sunburn use Dike's
Peroxide Cream it is without an
equal. Court Pharmacy. 6-19-6t
lioss Underwood Won't Allow the
Taft Customs District Scheme
to Ik Busted
Washington, June 21. Leader
Oscar W. Underwood has refused
point blank to allow the House of
Representatives to consider at this
session of Congress the Fletcher bill,
which recently passed the Senate,
and which proposed to defer the
operation of the reorganization of
the customs service until January,
This means that the reorganiza reorganization
tion reorganization will become effective July 1st.
John W. Martin, collector at Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, is affected by this decision.
His withdrawal of his resignation
presents a new ocmplication.
POWER FOR THE PRESIDENT
To Make Other Nations Treat
America Fairly in Their
Washington, June 21. An amend amendment
ment amendment to the Underwood tariff bill,
adopted yesterday by the majority
the members of the senate finance
committee would give the president
of the United States authority to
suspend certain rates in the proposed
law and to proclaim special rates
against nations that discriminate
against the products of the United
The amendment is appended to
the clause giving the president au authority
thority authority to negotiate reciprocity
agreements with other nations, and
in some respects1 resembles the max maximum
imum maximum and minimum clause of the
Payne-Aldrich tariff law, eliminated
in the house bill. In substance the
amendment would provide that
when a nation discriminates against
the products of the United States or
imposes restrictions upon United
States exports, or does not, in the
opinion of the president, reciprocate
in trade relations, the president may
by proclamation suspend certain
rates and put in effect other rates.
MRS. JANE FANT
Died June 10th, 1913. Mrs. Fant
was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Kelley of Belton, S. C, where
she spent her early youth. She was
born Feb. 18, 1937; was married to
Mr. Valentine Fant of Anderson, S.
C, in 1855. They moved to Florida,
near Brooksville, in I860, and to
Marion county in 1863 and lived at
Fantville until the death of Mr. Fant,
Dec. 15, 1904. Their union was
blessed with eleven children. Five
preceded her to that land of rest.
They were Mrs. Americus Limbaugh
of Montbrook, Dr. P. W. Fant of
Crystal River, James J. Fant of An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, S. C, and two infants. Those
living are J. W. and R. B. Fant of
Morriston,. Dr. Fant of Fairfield, Mrs.
Z. D. Mclver of Ocala, Mr. A. B. Fant
of Anderson, S. C. and Mrs. Mamie
Davis of Irvine. She had thirty-one
grand-children and three great-grand-children.
She was a kind, lov loving
ing loving and obedient wife, always ready
to share the burdens of the day; an
affectionate and loving mother, never
too busy to lend a helping hand to
her children; a kind and obliging
neighbor, always ready to share in
the joys or sorrows of those about
her. She had a sweet and amiable
disposition and was loved by all who
9 HELVENSTON & PASTEUR
knew her. She joined the Big Creek
Baptist church of Anderson, S. C.
when a child and had been a mem member
ber member of Pleasant Hill Baptist church,
for thirty years. She lived a Ions,
and consecrated Christian life. and!,
we know she was saved for she loved
and served God and loved God's peo people.
ple. people. She had lived since the death
of Mr. Fant with her children, mostly
with her daughters. She died at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Z. D..
Mclver, in Ocala. In her last illness,
which was only a few days, she was
patient, loving and appreciative to
all who ministered to her wants. She
was rational to the last and peaceful peacefully
ly peacefully fell asleep in the arms of her Sav Savior.
ior. Savior. She was buried in the Pleasant
Hill cemetery by the side of jher hus
band. The floral offerings were
numerous and beautiful. The funeral;
services were conducted by Rev..
Bunyan Stephens of the Ocala Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church. His words were consol consoling
ing consoling and full of promise that God had.
prepared a mansion for her and was
just calling her home to occupy It,
and that he has prepared a mansion
for us and we will meet her and live,
forever with the Savior.
They have gone on before us,
But we shall meet them on that
And to know them and they "know u&.
Is the prayer that we pray.
They were always glad to see us t
And would hold us by the hand,
And may they help to lead us
To that bright and happy land.
O! it breaks our hearts to lose them,
And that parting such a pain,
Eut the break will heal and pain be
When we up yonder meet again;,
So to lose them is to find them.
And when our earthly pilgrimage
We will meet them with the angels;
May God's will on earth be done
So we'll go to God for refuge;
He will heal the broken heart;.
He will take up home to heaven,.
If we will only do our part.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by. constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by a&
inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, and unless the In Inflammation
flammation Inflammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which Is nothing but an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Care. Send for circu
J. F. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio
Sold bv druggists. 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con-
j stipation. Ad
OLLIE MGitDIS MARKET OPC3T
The market lormeny Known as tha.
Ollle Mordis' is now open. Will keep oik
and a supply of fresh meats and fish.
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS,
OCALA EVENING STAI SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1913
OGALA EVENING STAR II
tilttlntcer St Carroll, Proprietor
It. H. Carroll, General Slaoaser
rt V. Lfavrngooil, IIuIne Manager
J. If. Itenjamin, Editor
m the poTroiflce at Ocala,
as second class matter.
Two Levy county JLen are employ employ-i'jDS
i'jDS employ-i'jDS high priced lawyers in a suit
aver a dog; yet, mjny men say wom wom-n
n wom-n haven't sense enough to vote.
Under the new law, eacJu.ttep'Tffy
ft- will" -1 bg1 rffffuTred to give a
bond of $1000. Thi3 is another good
measure to the credit of the legisla legisla-tare.
tare. legisla-tare. It, is proposed to form a union of
Volusia, Seminole, Orange, Lake and
Osceola counties, for the purpose of
folding a mid-winter sub-tropical
tair on the Orlando grounds.
The sovereign camp of Woodmen,
in session in Jacksonville, has turned
down the Florida members who
Jr3ed to have State Organizer Mitchell
Vfc2novd from the jurisdiction of the
The Jacksonville papers announc announc-'fad
'fad announc-'fad the other day that the vital organs
T IS. O. Painter had been returned
'to that city, that a decision had been
given, showing that there was no evi evidence
dence evidence of suicide in Mr. Painter's
'"icath. Now, it appears that a part
"O! Khe said organs are yet in Balti Balti-taiore
taiore Balti-taiore and that an accident insurance
'-mnpany i3 applying for a receiver receivership
ship receivership for them. The entire affair is
revolting, and if it keeps up much
logger it will give the insurance bus business
iness business as bad a jolt as the big scan scandals
dals scandals of eight years ago.
The new law against corrupt prac
tices in primaries, wmcn tne star
prints in full today, will doubtless
ni&et the sneers of those wedded to
tb& old order of things where it was
all right to steal all one could get
away with. It is a good law, how how-'avbr,
'avbr, how-'avbr, in the interest of the people,
and while it will doubtless be invad invaded
ed invaded in some ways it will purify politics
not a little. It was planned by Gov Governor
ernor Governor Trammell, and in connection
'jritb Senator Bryan's primary law
-sill greatly safeguard the people's
interests and save them an immense
amount of time and expense.
"" The Star, which is quite numer numerously
ously numerously represented in the great order
of the Woodmen of the World, ob objects
jects objects to the plan proposed by certain
Woodmen who are dissatisfied with
he decision of the sovereign camp
in favor of State Organizer Mitchell,
to appeal to the next legislature for
a law allowing the Florida jurisdic jurisdiction
tion jurisdiction to govern itself. There may be
considerable reason for dissatisfac dissatisfaction
tion dissatisfaction with Mitchell, but such things
should be decided in the lodge room.
Its none of the legislature's busi business,
ness, business, and no member of the order
had any business to mention it out outside
side outside the lodge rooms, except in talk talking,
ing, talking, to some other member. Asking
the legislature to meddle with the of offals
fals offals of the order would tend to dis disruption.
ruption. disruption. Tire Star is entirely sure that the
.new arrangement of the customs
district, by which Jacksonville is
lieadquarters for Florida and South
Georgia is unjust to Tampa and Key
"West, and U is probable that Mr. Un Underwood
derwood Underwood knows it, too; but that
broadgauge statesman is thinking
tor the good of the democratic party
an general and desires to have it
make a good showing in transacting
the business of the entire country, of
xvhich Florida is only a fraction. It
seems that in this, as in the tariff on
citrus fruits, we are given the hot
?nd of the poker; however, even
with revised citrus tariffs and re reorganized
organized reorganized customs districts, we are
much better off under a democratic
administration. As for the story,
taken from the Jacksonville Metrop Metropolis,
olis, Metropolis, on our first page, it seems to
the Star that if John Martin prom promised
ised promised Senator Fletcher that he would
resign, he should keep his word, and
it won't be healthy for his political
future if he doesn't. Outside of that,
is a clean and competent young
man and will probably take good
care of the public business. Its quite
certain that the state at large is be becoming
coming becoming weary of the squabble, the
result of which will not make a cent's
worth of difference to one person in
"I will take charge of the police
department at once," said Mayor Van
C Swearingen in his inaugural
speech before the assembled council council-men
men council-men and a large concourse of citi citizens.
zens. citizens. "All of the policemen will
tjtke orders from me, and no one
tsTsss, This is one of the prerogatives
of the office, and as I mean to be the
mayor, and not a substitute. I will
exercise it. By the end of my admin administration
istration administration I will promise you that we
ill have the best police department
in any city in the United States. Xo
cnger vill be police officers be al-
?Ioved to abuse a citizen after he has
been arrested. Browbeating of those
who are under arrest will not be
countenanced." Jacksonville Me Metropolis.
tropolis. Metropolis. .May the new major's tribe in increase.
crease. increase. Of late years, an honest man
would have about as soon fallen into
the hands of thieves as into the pow power
er power of the Jacksonville police.
OCA LA'S RANK DKrOSITS
The financial circles of Ocala are
veryinuch pleased over the fine
showing that the banks of the city
The aggregate of money on deposit
in the three banks at this time is by by-far
far by-far the largest ever carried in Ocala
and reaches a little over a million
and a half dollars, and each of the
three banks during this week reach reached
ed reached their high water mark on de deposits;
posits; deposits; two of them yesterday at the
close of business had the largest
sum of money on deposit that they
have ever had since their organiza organization,
tion, organization, and the third bank had its
greatest sam on deposit at the close
of business Wednesday.
As an evidence of the growth of
this section and its improvement and
increased wealth, we point to the fact
that the deposits in the banks in the
city are more than twice what they
were either ten years ago or than
just prior to the great freeze, when
this state enjoyed its greatest era of
prosperity up to that time and for a
good many years afterwards.
Then too, there is a bank in every
town of any size in the section for
fifty miles around Ocala, where there
were none then, and these banks all
have substantial deposits and are all
doing a good business. In those days
Leesburg, Palatka and Gainesville
were the nearest points having banks.
Gainesville then had two and now
has five; Palatka has one or two
more than it had then and Eustls
and Leesburg have two each where
they had one. Some of the points in
this territory, mostly contributory to
Ocala, where banks are now prosper prospering
ing prospering and none existed then, are Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon with over $200,000 on de deposit;
posit; deposit; Crystal Kiver, Floral City, In Inverness,
verness, Inverness, Williston, Archer, Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, Wildwood, Bushnell, Center
Hill, Webster, Coleman.
It does one good to look back and
see how his section of the state has
developed and prospered.
SOME 1MIAISK FOR SPKXCKIt
The following tribute to our bril brilliant
liant brilliant junior, representative is award awarded
ed awarded by one of his fellow legislators.
Wm. A. Russell, the brainy and inde independent
pendent independent editor of the Palatka News:
To Edwin Spencer of Ocala, one of
the youngest and brainiest represen
tatives ever to sit in the Florida leg legislature,
islature, legislature, probably belongs the credit
for introducing the most important
piece of legislation enacted by the
recent state legislature. Spencer
not only introduced the measure, but
he saw to it that it went through
both houses and that it became law bv
the signature of the Governor that
is in so far as his influence went with
that executive. The bill referred to
is known as the "long and short haul
bill." By this bill railroads will no
longer be allowed, for instance, to
charge a higher rate from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to Tallahassee than from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to Pensacola, 200 miles fur
ther. Mr. Spencer gave some other
examples of the old freight charges
as follows: First-class freight Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to Tampa, 50c per hundred;
from Jacksonville to Ocala 62c per
hundred. The distance from Jack
sonville to Ocala is only about half
that from Jacksonville to Tampa. By
the working out of Mr. Spencer's bill
the interior points in the state will
ultimately cease to be discriminated
against. Edwin Spencer is but 23
years of age. He is a graduate of the
Stetson Law School. He is an effec
tive public speaker and has been
credited with Websterian manners.
He was chosen by the House caucus
on the opening night as speaker pro
tern without opposition.
K.NlUHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday a 7:30' p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R t. Ai
PILES CURED AT HOME
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Vist:ng brethren always
welcome. Chas v. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, tcriary Ad.
MARIOX-Dl'XX MASONF LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge Xo. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:20
o'clock, until furthsr notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
CONCORDIA LODGE V. XT. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
montb Geo. L Taylor, F. II.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
PUBLIC SPIRITED PEOPLE
Collier Brothers Offer Efficient As Assistance
sistance Assistance to the Canning Clubs
The Collier Bros., the enterprising
managers of the White Star Transfer
Co., have kindly donated one of
their large wagons which will be
converted into a splendid float under
the management of Mrs. J. R. Moor Moor-head
head Moor-head to properly display the work
of her twelve tomato canning clubs
throughout Marion county in the
civic parade on the 4th. What will
be prettier than this, showing what
our girls can do; their many features
of canning and the girls all on this
float will be one of the attractive
features of the 4th of July parade.
Won't more of our public spirited
citizens fall in line; decorate your
homes, your places of business and
get a wagon, anything for a float or
other display. Let us make the fourth
a hummer. Every merchant and
business man in every walk or voca vocation
tion vocation of life should enter into this oc occasion
casion occasion to make it a success. Be
boosters, not knockers; get the 4th
of July habit. It is hoped our city
will decorate and make all other
places having celebrations envious
of our howling success. Its all for a
day's fun and frolic. Every boy and
girl can help won't you? Every
auto and bike and motorcycle should
be in line. We hope to have a mov moving
ing moving picture made of this parade to be
shown all throughout the country.
What will better advertise Ocala and
Marion county than this display?
Merchants get busy. Plenty of flags,
red, white and blue decorations make
life worth living.
Melba's Flower Oil Concretes, the
daintiest of perfumery, at the Court
HUYLER'S FOR JUNE
AND 11 OTHER MONTHS
JIuyler's the best anl ever fresh
candy will win "her" any time; but
the month of June in this beautiful
Southland now ablooir with roses,
lends a more appropriate time to
score in "love making."
See our refrigerator caudy case
and just tell the cleric "her" address.
T. W. Troxler
The Confectioner, Phone 375
The Slickest Electric
Motor for Sewing Machines
on the Market. Phone us
for a Demonstration.
Ask to see our Stoves
and Ranges. We will Save
Agents for the Stand Standard
ard Standard ''Central Needle" Sewing
Machine. Try one and if it
is not the Best, we Want it
Back in our Store.
PHONE CALLS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
OCALA FURNITURE CD.
J. H. BRINSON
EVERYTHING IN REAL
OCALA - FLORIDA
MMVER & MAG KAY
Undertakers and Embalmei
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. 3IcIVR and C. V. ROBERTS
111 Work Done toy Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
D. E. Mclyer 104
C. V. Roberts 303
Undertaking Office 47
ANY REASONABLE OFFER ACCEPTED
We are determined that the Sum Summer
mer Summer months shall not be dull ones and
to accomplish this we are going to give
a piano each month to the highest bid bidder
der bidder if BID is anywhere near 1-2 cost of
piano. Call and see a $375. one that
we will give to the highest bidder on
July 19th. Also make your bid for the
piano. It won't obligate you in any
way unless you prove to be the highest
bidder on July 19th, when the piano
will be awarded. We've
keep up interest during the summer and
this is our plan. We are determined to
keep in the public eye as "live" ones.
HOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES,
CITY OF OCAL
Sealed bids are invited for the
$45,000 bond issue shortly to be
made by the city for the purchase
and improvement of the water plant.
Bonds will be in denominations of
$1000, to run twenty years, with in interest
terest interest at 5 per cent, payable semi semiannually,
annually, semiannually, and are required to be sold
for not less than par; prospective
buyers "must include with their bid a
deposit equal to 25 per cent of the
same. Make checks to the order of
John L. Edwards, secretary.
The bids will be opened at the
joint meeting of the city council and
the bond trustees, Tuesday evening,
July 1st, at the city hall.
T. T. Munroe, Chairman.
John L. Edwards, Sec'y.
J. C. Boozer.
Board of Bond Trustees.
"William J. Hums," the great de
fective, will appear in the three-reel
I feature, "The Land Swindlers," at
the Temple Theater Monday. Adv.
Hon. J. E. Stevens, of Crystal
River; 'has named his new born son,
Farris Drane Stevens. Inverness
It is impossible to EXPLAIN the
merits of the "Modart" corset, but
one made to order will give comfort,
grace, ease and style. A $3.50 model
is now out. Mrs. B. M. Hunt, phone
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale,
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR SALE CHEAP We have on
hand a lot of second hand buggies
which we will dispose of at very low
prices. They must be sold to make
room for new rigs. Tompkins &
Cobb., Ocala, Fla. 6-20-6t
WANTED A position in hotel or
restaurant as chef; thoroughly relia reliable
ble reliable and competent. Would accept
position in private family where wife
could take charge of housekeeper's
duties. Address "Chef" care of the
FOR SALE 6-room home ana 4 4-room
room 4-room home; lot 120x205 near city hall;
good porches, shrubbery, flowing well;
price, 53000. Take a look at them, 44
N. Sanchez street, then get busy; per perfect
fect perfect title given. Write me quick. E.
R. Damoth, 207 Hodges Bldg., Detroit,
WANTED ?1000 at once on
Ocala real estate; security worth
$10,000. Apply to or address B.-4,
care Star, city. 6-16-6td
FOR RENT -My five-room cot cottage
tage cottage on South Third street, next to
primary school; all modern conven conveniences;
iences; conveniences; possession by 16th. R. R.
FOR RENT Five or six-room
house on Daugherty street. Apply to
Baxter Cam. 5-31-tf
AUTO FOR HIRE Will go any anywhere
where anywhere at any time. Phone 21. 6-5-6t
FOR SALE 1913 model motor motorcycles
cycles motorcycles and motor boats at bargain
prices, all makes, brand new ma machines,
chines, machines, on easy monthly payments.
Get our proposition before buying or
you will regret it. Also bargains In
used motorcycles. Write us today.
Enclose stamp for reply. Address
lock box 11, Trenton, Mich. 6-9-14t
FOR RENT Offices a Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
simply got to
LUDDEN & BATES, PianoICo.
A. M. LANSFORD, Manager.
INSURANCE 1 E PART3I ENT
Agent for a dozea of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the
country. Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
I Will be Pleased to Care for Your Business In Any of These Lines.
F. W. DITTO
M- z. yr' .- i r, -- - I
in house furnishings are in demand
by those of artistic taste3. A visit
here will disclose
THAT IS DECORATIVE
but not overly dear. Merit Is what
wins these days, and it's only merit
that gives us our liberal patronage.
MERIT IX FURNITURE
MERIT IN PRICE.
Every One Is a Bargain At The Price
Asked, And In Good Condition.
Two 7-passenger 1910 Oldsmobile Specials
One 6-cylinder, 5-passenger 1912 Everitt,
thoroughly overhauled, repainted and run less
than 3,600 miles.
One Stoddard-Dayton, 5-passenger.
One 5-passenger Premier and several others
equally as good.
Agents for Oldsmobile, PREMIER & CARTEREAS
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up reoairs and pay
wox't m ux,
WON'T AVE A II OUT.
Wonder what It Is? Why Ira noth nothing
ing nothing more than one of those
SI'l.KXDIO IRON BEDS
that we want you to come in ana
buy. They are "things of beauty
and a joy forever." At the same
time buy one of our
You can do more sleeping In a night
on one of these mattresses than you.
can in a year on some "body killer?"
we know of.
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OCALiA EVEM.NO STAK. SATURDAY, JUXK 21, 1913
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It is the ambition of every father to see his boy
some day securely fixed in a nice business. If you
save money for no other purpose, why not begin now
putting money in the bank for YOUR BOY'S FUTURE?
Perhaps that same money that will set your boy up
in business will make a comfortable old age for you.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 & 94.
Legislator Light was in town today.
What splendid facilities are offer offered
ed offered for remaining poor!
One way to live without work is to
prey without ceasing.
K. OF I MILMOIIIAL SERVICE
The Ocala Knights of Pythias will
hold memorial service for their de departed
parted departed brethren tomorrow. The
members of the order are requested
to meet at castle hall at 3 o'clock and
bring flowers. Rev. J. B. Ley will
deliver the memorial address, and
after the services are over the graves
of the dead in the Ocala cemeteries
will be decorated. All members are
requested to be present.
It is easier for some men to singj
hymn than speak the truth. ;
The Postoffice Drugstore has laid
in a dandy new ice box for the but buttermilk
termilk buttermilk it keeps on draught.
People arriving here from Inver Inverness
ness Inverness today, predict another mistrial
in the Hough case.
Contentment may be better than
great riches, but it is even harder to
"William J. IJurns," the great de detective,
tective, detective, will appear in the three-reel
feature, "The Land Swindlers, at
the Temple Theater Monday. Adv.
A force of men under Sanitary In Inspector
spector Inspector Cleveland is cleaning up the
old cemetery a most praiseworthy
Roast chicken, home cooked ham,
fresh veal loaf, chicken salad, lobster
salad, potato salad, marble cake,
home make bread, fresh doughnuts.
B. F. Myers, Cam building. 6-21-3t
The Finest Salad can be made only
with the best Olive Oil. The sweet sweetest
est sweetest we have ever tried may be had
at the Anderson Pharmacy. Phone
269 for prompt delivery. 6-16-6t
DR. AV. K. LANE Specialist Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
YOU WON'T GET "PINCHED" WHEN YOU BUY YOUR
HARDWARE FROM US. WE SQUEEZE OUR PRICES DOWN
WHEN WE MARK OUR GOODS.
WE DON'T WANT TO MAKE A TUB FULl OF MONEY THE
FIRST TIME YOU DEAL WITH US. WE PREFER THE SLOW,
SURE, HONEST METHOD OF FILLING OUR TUB WITH MANY
Marion larfware C
Mr. R. B. Bullock returned last
night from Inverness, where he has
been defending A. V. Hough, the
Lake county wife-slayer. Mr. Bullock
addressed the jury yesterday after
Why wrorry during these hot days
with baking your picnic cakes when
Carter's Bakery makes them every
day? Pound cake, layer cakes, mac macaroons,
aroons, macaroons, etc., always on hand. Try
Through the kindness of Mr. j
Whitworth of the Ocala Heights!
Dairy, i-ermicsion has been given and j
all are cordially invited to attend the!
demonstration that will be made i
under the supervision of Mrs. J. R.
Moorhead of her tomato canning club!
girls on Friday, June 27th at the;
dairy farm. Prof. Vernon, dean of
the university at Gainesville, will be
present. Bring your lunch, spend
the day profitably and pleasantly and
inspect one of the best dairy farms
in Florida. You will be convinced
of what our girls are accomplishing
and what can be done and what it
means in the way of education and
advancement of our girls in domestic
Mr. Chas. V. Miller came up yes yesterday
terday yesterday from St. Petersburg and left
this morning for Hot Springs, Ark.,
where he goes for special treatment
for rheumatism. His many friends
wish him a speedy recovery.
Mrs. George Taylor requests all!
the young ladies and young men whoj
can sing to meet her at the Metho- j
dist church tonight at 7:30 o'clock
for the purpose of organizing a jun junior
ior junior choir to take charge of the eve evening
ning evening services.
See H. A. Waterman, Southern 4
agent for the famous Hart, Schaffner
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead has added
another laurel to her wreath. She
has taken two members of the boys'
corn club under" her wing and has
taught them to can vegetables. She
says they are very apt pupils, and
next year she expects to have the en entire
tire entire corn club nTher canning class.
The girls will have sur enoagh
Use Armour's Special Lawn
WE HAVE A SHIPMENT JUST IN
50, 100 and 200 pound bags
Order a bag to-day, now is
o Mo Tea P11
Mr. C. O. Fox passed through the
city today from a visit to Citrus
county to his home in Jacksonville.
Mr. Fox is now agent for the popu popular
lar popular Ford cars, and has sold himself
clean out of stock.
Reger's Flower Drops fifty times
the strength of ordinary perfumery.
We have it at the Court Pharmacy. -Adv.
The band concert gave another
evening of enjoyment to several hun hundred
dred hundred people last night. Some day, it
is to be hoped, Ocala will be rich
enough for a band concert every
clear summer evening.
The new film service at the Ideal
is exceptionally good and Mr. Pea Pea-body
body Pea-body says that before the week is
out it will be even better, as this is
only the start of the service and as
soon as it gets to working smoothly
it will be perfect.
Call up Pbone 300 and Let ns Give an Estimate ci Your
We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
. m employ none bat expert we are In position to guarantee ev every
ery every pleee of vrork; we construct to atand tbe Innpectlon of the nnmt
rigid Inspector. It costs nothing to set our flgum, and you are the
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. Give us a trial.
FORT KING BLOCK
Cliff Peabody says he is the one
that has put the "pic" in pictures,
and he is trying to prove it to the
people in Ocala with his new service.
Mr. L. R. Robinson, formerly with
the Ideal theater, has gone on the
road again for his old firm, the Am American
erican American Bank Publishing Co., and is
doing good business.
IF. E. IVf cCE.A.rE, IV!. O.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. MCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block. Southwest Corner Public Square.
The awning has been put in front
of the Ideal theater and it is quite an
addition to Mr. Hall's building be besides
sides besides making the Ideal much cooler
as it keeps the hot afternoon sun off
of the front of the building. Mr.
Hall expects to have another one put
over the windows in Mr. Hampton's
office in a week or two.
Twenty-one pounds of granulated
sugar for $1 with purchase of one
dollar's worth of other groceries for
cash; Saturdays and Mondays only.
J. L. Smith Grocery Co. 6-13-wlt d2t
Enjoy outdoor life without tan and
freckles. Rexall cold cream insures
your complexion. Get it at Gerig's
Mr. F. J. Burden, manager of the
Ivy Poultry Farms, has returned
from Jacksonville, where he spent
two days with the sovereign camp of
the Woodmen of the World and had
the time of his life.
"Keep cool" get- one 6r those $5
linen suits at Waterman's for $2.50
Mr. Morris Robinson went fishing
at Orange Springs yesterday, and
caught about a dozen speckled beau beauties,
ties, beauties, aggregating in weight about
fifty pounds. It sure made Sunny Jim
tired to tote them.
"William J. Burns," the great de detective,
tective, detective, will appear in the three-reel
feature, "The Land Swindlers," at
the Temple Theater Monday. Adv.
A brilliant addition to Ocala's
white ways are the three big cluster
lights along South Magnolia street
from the Commercial Bank corner to
the Theus-Zachry 'store. They are
similar to the fine4 lamps around the
Harrington. Many people at the
band concert strolled around that
way to see and admire them.
For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.
It is up to you to look at Water Waterman's
man's Waterman's summer suit and hat win window.
dow. window. 6-21-6t
A sprained ankle may as a rule be
cured in form three to four days by
applying Chamberlain's Liniment
and observing the directions with
each bottle. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Ad
20c per lb.
We are carrying a very com complete
plete complete stock of Frank E.
Block's Crackers and Cakes
in bulk and packages.
All 10c packages 3 for 25 cts,
all 5c packages 6 for 25 cts.
There is none better than
The Perfect Baby
Of The Future
A Simple Method That Has a Wonderful
Influence upon The Future Inf-nt.
Too mnch can not be said for a wonderful
remedy, familiar to many women as Mother'
It ia more eloquent In lis action tban all
the health rnle erer laid down for the piidano
t expectant mothers. It i an external appli application
cation application that spreads its Influence upon all the
cords, muscles, ligaments and tendons that na nature
ture nature calls into play ; they expand gracefully
without pain, without strain, and thus leave
the mind care-five and in joyful anticipation of
the prpatest of all womanly anihition.
Mother's Friend must therefore tie considered
s directly a most important influence upon the
character and disposition of the future genera generation.
tion. generation. It U a conceded fact that, with nausea,
rain, nf-rvousness end drt-ad banished, there H
stored sin such au abundance of healthy energy
as to brir.g Into being the b'evst ideals ot
those who fondly theorize :. rules that
insure the coming of the pert- t i imby.
Mothers Friend can be had al any druggist
fj jl.iM) a bottle, and it is unquestionably on?
of those remedies that always has a place union.?
the cherished few in the medicine cabinet.
Mother's Friend is prepared by the BrudneM
Ii''uiator Co., 139 Lamar IMdg.. Atlanta. !a
afer the formula of a noted family d-ctor.
Write them for a very instructive Uok to
esictant mothers. See that your druggist will
hdvis Jou witu Mother's Friend,
r 4 i attnt
SHE GAVE UP
Physicians Failed To Help Mrs
Green, But She Finally Found
Relief in CarduL
OF IMEHEST TO TOl
BETTER TIIA.V GOLD
Dr. D. II. Drown or 5t. Augustine,
Fla., has discovered a remedy that
promises to revolutionize the medical
world. Dr. Drown is a graduate
Meharry, and has been In the practlc
about fourteen years.
of which Dr. Brown
Is president, own
remedy which la
the present pur
rood and drugs act.
The cut of trade-
mark appears here-
Ion by it
new remedy Is call called
ed called "Dr Brown'
DR. D. H. BROWN New Consumption
Remedy" and the company claims to
have many recent testimonials from
persons whom they have actually cur cured
ed cured of consumption.
Great indeed must be the demand
for this remedy wherever people are
suffering from this dreadful disease,,
consumption. The Magnolia Remedy
Company are shipping this remedy Into Into-nearly
nearly Into-nearly every state in the Union, now,
and It has only been on the market a
little over a year.
The company makes the open state statement
ment statement that "consumption can be cured" cured"-by
by cured"-by this remedy and that they stand:
ready to demonstrate the proposition..
The remedy is sold in $1 and $2 bot bottle?,
tle?, bottle?, which they ship by express ev
This remedy is effective in the cure
of hoarseness, coughs, colds, lagrlppe,
pleurisy, pneumonia and all diseases ot
th i respiratory organs.
For sale at all leading drrgstores or
write Magnolia Remedy Company, St.
Augustine. Fla.. U. S. A., Box 754. Adv
OF MRS. IIKLFORD
Tomorrow morning at the Sunday
schools arrangements will be made
for a meeting ilaee Thursda- eve evening,
ning, evening, when. Mr. Clifford Peabody will
give a special entertainment at the
Ideal for all the Sunday school chil children.
dren. children. It is urged that all the child children
ren children come out in the morning.
Meetze, Va. Mrs. J. C. Green of thin
place, says: "I suffered with womanly
troubles so that I could hardly sit up.
Two of the best doctors In our town
treated me, and I tried different medi medicines,
cines, medicines, until I gave up all hope of ever
One day, I decided to try some Car CarduL
duL CarduL It did so much for me that I
ordered some more, and It cured me!
Today, I feel as "well as I ever did la
The pains and the trouble are all
gone. I feel like another person in
every "way. I wish every sufferer could
know what Cardui will do for sick
A few doses of Cardui at the right
time, will save many a big doctor bill,
preventing serious sickness.
It tones up the nervous system, and
Ips make pale cheeks fresh and rosy.
Thousands oZ weak women have "oeea
estored to health and happiness by
nslng Cardui. Suppose you try It
It may be Just the medicine you &eed
N.B. Writ to: Laiies AJvUory Depu Chr? Chr?-Boor
Boor Chr?-Boor Mdxin Co, Chattaooa, Teen., for Special
Instruction, and M-paze book. Home Treats
tor teou." Mat la plaia wrappar, oo reaueau
w i :a t i u : it f ) 1 1 va a st
The horrible burning of Mrs. Bel-
iford in her home at Meredith Friday
J evening which resulted in her death
! Sunday after the most agonizing suf suf-'fering,
'fering, suf-'fering, has left a stricken husband
'nnH civ mnthorloce ohllH run T.it
aid to Kinrcirrs
.enrral fair ew;t fhower.s in
south ;rTk,r tonisrht or .Sunday.
an I tak- a looX at Water Waterman's
man's Waterman's windows. Then you will learn
how to kee; cool this hot weather.
Do ot Kmlnnuer Life When an Ocala.
Citicen Huwk You tbe Way
to Avoid It
Why will people continue to suffer
the agonies of kidney complaint, back backache,
ache, backache, urinary disorders, lameness,
headaches, languor, why allow them themselves
selves themselves to become chronic Invalids,
when a tested remedy Is offered them?
Doan's Kidney Pills have been used
in kidney trouble over SO years, have have-been
been have-been tested in thousands of cases.
If you have any, even one, of the the-symptoms
symptoms the-symptoms of kidney diseases, act now.
Dropsy or Bright's disease may set la
and make neglect dangerous. Read
this Ocala testimonial;
O. C. Tignor, salesman, 92 Tusca Tusca-willa
willa Tusca-willa street, Ocala, Fla.. says: "I am
confident that Doan's Kidney Pills are
a remedy of merit. One of the young younger
er younger members of the family had kidney
weakness and Doan's Kidney Pills,
procured from Tydings & Co's. drug drugstore,
store, drugstore, were used. The great benefit
they brought warrants me la recom recommending
mending recommending them."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. Adv. 1
OCA LA EVE.V1.VG ST A It, SATUHDAV, JUNK 21, 1913
HEADS OFF THE HEELERS j columns of his paper any candidate!
I for nomination in a primary election,1
'and no such owner, editor publisher!
(Continued from First Page)
nr aepnt sh.ill solicit nr arfonf t.qi-'
A niak'P Irian !n nr Timmito t crii-o i,av 1 I
4, or rewad
Any person violat-
I am state distributor for this, superior line of brick Paving,
Fire, Common, Pressed and Roagh Testyle Brick.
A Southern product, near home, quick deliveries and cheap
I handle LEGG'S Fancy, Faced Brick BIBB'S Sewer Pipe and
Flues. STATE AGENT FOR
for the promise of his vote, his ser- . .,.!
shall upon conviction be punished by!
' lives, ui iui luss ui unit:, ui iui je- c .
;2 fine Of nor MPPPnin? nna thmicon 1
imbursement for his expense, in ; ...
consideration or such person work- j
ing, electioneering, or making pub-
jkc addresses, for or against any can
didate for nomination in a primary
election, or who gives or receives any
.x. j money or other thing of value to be
"The Standard by which all others are measured."
Crushed Rock in any quantities Granite Curbing,
jime. Mortar, Beaver Board, and etc.
WTIIE ME AT MY EXPENSE FOR PRICES
DELIVERED TO AX V POINT IX TH K STATE
For materials in building and. construction work, I can save
you time, trouble and money.
VI. IR. FULLER
Offices, Salesrooms, Wharves, Trackage and Yards
Hendry and Knight Terminals
TAMPA, - FLORIDA
yjused for such purpose, shall be guilty!
JjOf a misdemeanor and upon convic convic-Ijtion
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one year, or may be punished by
both fine and imprisonment, and if a
candidate is found guilty of such of offense
fense offense he shall from and after his con conviction
viction conviction be disqualified and ineligible
to hold the position or office to which
he aspires, or any State or County
office or position, and his name shall
not be allowed or printed on the pri primary
mary primary election ballot or upon the of official
ficial official ballot to be used in the General,
State and County election, and no of officer,
ficer, officer, committee or board, authorized
by law to issue commissions or cer certificates
tificates certificates of election or certificates of
nominations, shall issue any such
certificate or commission to such per person.
son. person. If at the time of the conviction,
such person who was a candidate is
serving in the position or office to
which he aspired, his conviction shall
be cause for his removal or for his
Sec. 7. That any person who so solicits,
licits, solicits, receives or accepts from an another
other another any pay, gift, reward loan,
money, salary, contribution or thing
of value as pay for services, or re
imbursement for loss of time or for
expenses, as a consideration for him
promising to vote for, working elec electioneering
tioneering electioneering or making public speeches
for or against any candidate seeking
nomination in a primary election
shall upon conviction thereof be pun punished
ished punished by a fine not exceeding one
thousand dollars or by imprisonment
not exceeding one year, or by both
such tine and imprisonment.
Sec. 8. That no person, firm or
corporation, in the furtherance of or
opposition to the candidacy of any
person for nomination in a primary
election shall give, pay, expend, con contribute
tribute contribute or promise to give, pay, loan,
expend or contribute any money or
other thing of value for any purpose
whatever; provided, personal servic services
es services and personal traveling expenses
may be contributed; and. provided
that campaign contributions may be
made to a candidate direct, or to his
campaign manager, by other than a
corporation, to be expended only as
authorized by this Act. Any person
who violates the provisions of this
Section shall be punished by a fine of
not exceeding one thousand dollars,
or by imprisonment for not exceed exceeding
ing exceeding one year, or may be punished by
both such fine and imprisonment.
Sec. 9. That all political adver advertisements
tisements advertisements and all campaign litera literature
ture literature published or circulated prior to
or on the day of a primary election
shall be signed by the author there thereof,
of, thereof, and if the same is being published
and circulated by a club or commit committee
tee committee then it shall be signed by the
chairman and secretary of the club
or committee, and such literature
which is in circular form shall have
upon it the name of the printer or
publisher. All political advertise advertisements
ments advertisements appearing in a newspaper
' II (t 1 1 1 V 1 It V 1 X 1 I ( A V V f 1 IIOV
ment." Any person who publishes
or circulates any campaign literature
or political advertisement without the
name of the author and the name of
the printer or publisher thereon as
required by this section, shall, upon
conviction be punished by a fine not
exceeding one thousand dollars or by
imprisonment not exceeding one
year, or by both such fine and im imprisonment.
prisonment. imprisonment. Sec. 10. That it shall be unlawful
for any candidate or other person
during the eighteen day next pre preceding
ceding preceding the day of a primary election
to publish or circulate or cause to be
published or circulated any charge
against or attack upon any candidate
unless a copy of such charge or at attack
tack attack has been personally served up upon
on upon the candidate against whom made
at least eighteen days prior to the
day of the primary, and any person
publishing or circulating such charge
or attack without a copy of the same
having been personally served upon
the person against whom the charge
or attack is made as herein required,
shall be punished by n fine of not ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding one thousand dollars or be
imprisoned not exceeding one year,
or be punished by both such fine and
imprisonment. Any answer to a
charge or attack that contains only
defensive matter shall not be con construed
strued construed to be a charge or atteck.
Sec. 11. No person shall direct director
or director indirectly, give, pay, loan, or
promise to give, pay, or loan any
money or other thing of value to the
owner, editor, publisher or agent of
any newspaper or other periodical,
as compensation or reward, for or to
induce him to advocate through the
ing ont year, or be punished by both
such fine and imprisonment. And a!
candidate who is found guilty of such j
violation shall from and jrfter hisi
conviction be disqualified, and ineli
gible to hold the office to which he l
aspires, or any other State; or Coun
ty office or position, and his name
shall not be allowed or printed on
the primary election ballot, or upon
the official ballot to be used in the
General, State and County election,
and no officer, committee or hoard,
authorized b3' law to issue commis commissions
sions commissions or certificates of election or
certificates of nomination, shall is
sue any such certificates or commis commission
sion commission to such person. If at the time
of conviction, such person who was a
candidate is serving in the position
or office to which he aspired, his
conviction shall be cause for remov
al or for his impeachment.
Sec. 12. That it any newspaper
in its columns assails the personal
character of any candidate for nom nomination
ination nomination in a primary election, or
charges such candidate with mal
feasance or misfeance in office, '-or j
otherwise attacks his official record, j
or gives to another free space forj
such purpose, such newspaper shall, j
upon request of such candidate, im-!
mediately publish free of any cost!
any reply he may make thereto, in j
as conspicuous a place and in the j
same kind of type as the matter that I
calls for such reply; provided, such
reply does not take up more space j
than the matter replied to. A per-;
son who fails to comply with the pro- I
visions of this Section, shall, upon ;
conviction be punished by fine not j
exceeding five hundred dollars, or!
by punishment not exceeding six
months, or by both fine and impris imprisonment.
onment. imprisonment. Sec. 13. That the word candidate"
in this Act means any person who
has announced to any person, or to
the public, that he is a candidate for
a certain office. v
Sec. 14. That no candidate for
nomination in a primary election'
shall directly or indirectly himself!
or by or through another person, j
give pay, expend or contribute anv
money or thing of value for the fur-
therance of the candidacy of any
other candidate. Any person violat-!
ing the provisions of this Section
shall be punished as provided in
Section 3 of this Act.
Sec. 15. That any candidate or
person whs furnishes, gives or de delivers
livers delivers to another person any money
or other thing of value, to be used
bj" another person for any purpose
prohibited by the provisions of this
Act, and any person who receives or
accepts any money or thing of value,
to be used for any such purpose,
shall upon conviction for so doing
be punished by a fine not exceeding
one thousand dollars, or be impris imprisoned
oned imprisoned not exceeding one year, or by
both fine and imprisonment. A can candidate
didate candidate found guilty of a violation of
this Section shall from and after his
conviction, be disqualified and ineli ineligible
gible ineligible to hold the office or position to
which he aspires, or any other State
or County office or position, and his
name shall not be allowed or print printed
ed printed on the primary election ballot, or
upon the official ballot to be used in
the General, State and County elec election,
tion, election, and no officer, committee or
board, authorized by law to issue
commissions or certificates of elec election
tion election or certificates of nomination.
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for a national or state office or po-isaid Section shall be allowed or
sition, detailed itemized statements
of his campaign expenses as follows,
to-wit: (Not more than thirty days
nor more than twenty-five days prior
to the primary, also) not more than
twelve nor less than eight days prior
to the primary and within ten days
j after the day of the primary he shall
so file statements giving an itemized
detailed form, including names,
items and detail amounts covering
all of the expenditures made directly
and indirectly by him or by any
printed on the official ballot used in
the General State and County elec election,
tion, election, and no committee, officer or
board authorized to issue commis commissions,
sions, commissions, certificates of election and cer certificates
tificates certificates of nomination, shall issue
such commission or certificate to
any candidate who fails to comply
with the provisions of said Section
19 of this Act. Any officer, and the
members of any Board or Committee
violating the provisions of this Sec Section,
tion, Section, shall, upon conviction, be fined
other person acting for him, and all tonot exceeding five hundred dollars,
obligations, debts or liabilities as assumed
sumed assumed or incurred on account of his
candidacy up to three days prior to
or lie imprisoned not exceeding six
Sec. 21. That the officers with
the- day on which such statements J whom the statements of campaign
are presented to be filed the names
of all contributors to his campaign
fund, with amounts given by each,
and a list of all gifts, loans or con contributions
tributions contributions made on account of his
candidacy. Such statements shall
also set forth that the same is as full
shall issue any such certificate orfand explicit as said candidate is able
commission to such person. If at the
time of conviction, such person who
was a candidate, is serving in the
position or office to which he aspir aspired,
ed, aspired, his conviction shall be cause for
removal or impeachment.
Sec. 16. That it shall be the duty
of the sheriffs of this State to exer exercise
cise exercise strict vigilance in the detection
of any violations of this Act and the
apprehending of any violators there thereof.
of. thereof. Sec. 17. That it shall be the duty
of the grand jury in each county,
when it convenes during a campaign
preceding a primary election, and at
its first meeting thereafter, to make
a special investigation to determine
whether or not there have been vio violations
lations violations of the provisions of this Act.
and to return indictments where suf sufficient
ficient sufficient ground is found for the same.
Sec. IS. That when deemed ad-
to make; and shall also, before some
officer qualified to administer oaths,
take, subscribe to and file with said
statement the following oath:
"I do solemnly swear that the
statement herewith filed embraces
all money spent by me or in my be behalf,
half, behalf, with my knowledge and con consent
sent consent through or by any other person;
that I have neither, directly or indi indirectly,
rectly, indirectly, arranged, encouraged, or con connived
nived connived at the spending of any money
other than as shown in my said
statement; that I have not repaid
any money so spent, and that I
will not do so, and that I have not
violated any of the laws governing
primary elections and the expendi expenditure
ture expenditure of fund in connection with a
candidacy foi a nomination in a pri primary,
mary, primary, in letter or spirit, so help me
Sec. 2o. That any candidate who
j expenditures are filed under the pro
visions of Section 19 of this Act,
shall securely keep on file the said
statements for at least three years
from the date upon which filed, and
a copy of such statements duly cer certified
tified certified to by the officer with whom
filed shall be admissible as compe competent
tent competent evidence in any of the courts of
Sec. 22. That whoever shall will willfully
fully willfully and corruptly make false oath,
affidavit or sworn statement herein
provided for shall suffer the pains
and penalties or perjury.
Sec. 23. That whoever violates
any provisions of this Act, the pun punishment
ishment punishment of which is not specifically
provided by law, shall, on conviction
thereof, be punished by a fine of not
more than one thoasanc' dollars or
by imprisonment for not more than
one year or by both fine and impris imprisonment.
onment. imprisonment. Sec. 24. That this Act shall take
effect immediately upon its passage
and approval by the Governor.
visable the Governor may appoint j fails to make and file the statements
special officers to see that violators required by Section 19 of this Act.
of the provisions of this Act are ap- in the form and at the time specified,
predended and punished as herein shall not have the right to have his
Sec. 19. That each and every can candidate
didate candidate for nomination in a primary
election be and he is hereby required
to file in the office of the clerk of the
Circuit Court of the county in which
he resides if he is a candidate for
name placed upon the ballot to be
used in the primary election, and
those intrusted with the preparation
of such primary ballots shall, ujK)n
the certificate of the officer with
whom said statements are required
to be filed, that a candidate has fail-
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A Romance of the
Guido von Horvath
and Dean Hoard
Copyright, 1913. by W. O. Chapman in tbe Catted
states ana ure&t Britain.
The Countess Rotiny.
Chevalier di Leon and his compan companion
ion companion hardly had left the room when the
count gave orders that caueed two
men to emerge from the side door at
the Instant the two men approached
the waiting conveyance. These two
men took separate cabs and found
it an easy matter to follow the quarry,
as they had no desire to avoid the
Herr Kalmar returned to the edito editorial
rial editorial rooms and Chevalier di Leon went
to his hotel, where he bought a num number
ber number of papers and magazines.
The secret service reported at 11:00
p. m. that he had retired, and consid considering
ering considering him safe for the next eight
hours they did likewise. There they
made a mistake. The chevalier read
until twelve. Then, cautiously open opening
ing opening the door, he looked into the hall
No one was in sight and no sound
came to his ears, so he turned and
picked up a small box and hurried
with it to the fire escape at the end
of the halL
It was a clear, starry night, but no
moon was shining. He mounted to the
square, flat roof, and listening again
advanced to the center and leaned
against the chimney about which the
enow had melted. He looked at the
sky for a long time until he discov discovered
ered discovered the star he was looking for. Was
it a star? It gleamed like one, but it
winked like an old-fashioned revolving
Chevalier di Leon took the object he
brought with him, and directing it
toward tha,t winking star he manipu manipulated
lated manipulated something that gave a metallic
sound. A hiss followed, like the hiss ;
of a bullet. j
A minute later another star ap- j
peared near the winking one. It was ;
large and bright and seemed to spit j
fire. Suddenly it disappeared in a ;
small white cloud, looking like a
shrapnel exploding in midair. j
The winking star vanished entirely.
Then the chevalier returned to his
rooms and went to bed.
The following morning at nine
o'clock he stood before the chancellor.
The count bowed to him more cor cordially
dially cordially than he had the day before.
"The experts report that the ore
you gave me is chemically pure gold,
purer than any they have ever seen."
Pi-a thought for a moment. "For some
reason I cannot doubt your words; I
am, so tQ say, forced to believe in
you." He looked inquiringly at the
chevalier, but as he did not answer
the count continued: "Do you realize
the far-reaching influence of your in invention?"
vention?" invention?" "I do to the most minute detail."
"Wh.at is your intention?"
"To give my invention to you for
"And that is?"
The young man weighed every word
"Absolute disarmament and peace."
The count showed no surprise. He
felt that he stood before an extraordi extraordinary
nary extraordinary man. He walked up and down
the room thoughtfully, then suddenly
he stopped before the chevalier.
"Sir, who are you?"
The chevalier stood up and smiled
"I expected this question, your ex excellency,
cellency, excellency, but if you will permit I shall
not answer it. All I can say is that
I believe I am a true apostle of broth brotherly
erly brotherly iove. My ideal is to overthrow
tyranny and make not only the leaders
but the masses happy and contented.
What I am offering you is a mighty in instrument
strument instrument to forward this movement
True, it also means destruction if In Injudiciously
judiciously Injudiciously used. I came to you, sir,
the chosen leader of the armies of
four continents." He looked earnest earnestly
ly earnestly at the man standing before him.
"Do you not think that it is your
duty to accept my offer to send home
the millions who are amassed to break
peace; whose final destination is to
break into a happy, peaceful continent
where every man is free and where
the hearts of the people are not poi poisoned
soned poisoned with the passions of selfish
greed? It is my own wish, also, that
those invisible walls which separate
the American continent from the oth others
ers others shall disappear, not be destroyed
by ruthless hands, but opened to re receive
ceive receive brothers!"
The enthusiastic young man stopped
when he saw a sarcastic smile play
round the corners of the count's
"I know enough, chevalier!" His
voice was cool and cutting. "You are
The chevalier did not say "yes" or
"no," but scorning the cold expres expression
sion expression on the count's face he almost or-
! dered him to hear him out.
"Your excellency must listen to me
to the end. Who I am or whence I
come does not matter. I have offered
you a secret that will enable you to
make your country, and through your
country the world, happy If used with
discretion. If not, it may bring con con-djtlona
djtlona con-djtlona that wty break all your ambi ambitions.
tions. ambitions. Your tremendous armies, men
or war ana rortmcauocs, ngurativeiy
speaking, are all made of gold. You
can easily imagine what chaos will
reign if I give my gold away make it
no more valuable than iron. Don't
you realize that It will break you, in
spite of your might, and drive your
armies to work instead of wasting
time In pursuing the scientifically per perfected
fected perfected exercises and studies of devas devastation?
tation? devastation? You ought to realize that gold
is only an image created by man; that
yellow metal has no real value. Work
Is the only thing of value to a nation.
"I have one thing more to say. You
have evidently selected for your life's
work the invasion and conquering of
the American continent, claiming that
the United States had refused to yield
to the wishes of the European powere
fifty years ago. Do you think there arc
no more men like Hannibal Prudent?
Do you think that after breaking the
isolator all you would need do would
be to land your armed puppets and kill
the people who have nursed at the
bosom of Liberty? I have spoken,
The chevalier made a courteous bow.
The count seated himself before his
"Chevalier di Leon, no man has ever
spoken to me as you have." His voice
was dull. "I will think over the far far-reaching
reaching far-reaching perspective you have spread
before me; I will have to consider it
from every side. For that reason J
cannot set a date for my final decision
and the decision of his majesty the
"Above all, you have awakened my
admiration; you are a strong man,
chevalier, and I am a friend to strong
men. I welcome you." He rose and
offered hi3 hand to his visitor.
"I want to introduce you to his maj majesty
esty majesty and the chief diplomats," contin continued
ued continued the count. "I hope you will ac accept
cept accept the invitation to the 'Hof-ball'
given day after tomorrow."
The chevalier bowed. The count
filled out an invitation card personally
and escorted his caller to the door.
In the afternoon the chevalier
sought aeroplane hangars and stores
and bought a small monoplane of the
"Belt" style. After trying the ma machine,
chine, machine, he inquired for a large, private
hangar and succeeded in finding one
near the count's residence.
The court ball was one of the formal
social events of the week. The room
in which the court marshal and his
assistants received the guests was in
the ultra-secession style. When the
chevalier entered it he received the
impression of entering a gigantic wed wedding
ding wedding cake that had been hollowed and
decorated artfully on the inside.
The stiff courtesy that once pre prevailed
vailed prevailed at the court of Frederick the
Great still was in existence during
ceremonious affairs. Only the few
French diplomats seemed to have ease
of bearing and a certain freedom of
The Count von Werdenstein ap approached
proached approached the chevalier with unusual
kindness and introduced him to many
cf the guests. The plain, black eve evening
ning evening dress, without stars, crosses, rib ribbons
bons ribbons or other signs of distinction, was
strange under this roof and among
these gorgeous uniforms.
Baron von Koejier was asked by the
chancellor to take care of the cheva chevalier,
lier, chevalier, and the little huzzar did his best
to entertain the interesting chevalier,
whose sole reason for being there was
that he had some great and valuable
invention for military purposes.
At 10:00 p. m. the great doubte
doors were flung open. The master of
ceremony came in with his big gilt
cane and knocked on the floor to an announce
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pleasant candy lozenge, which? ex ex-pells
pells ex-pells worms, regulates the bowels,
tones up the system and makes chil children
dren children well and happy. Kickapoo
Worm Killer Is guaranteed. All
druggists or by mail. Price 25 cents.
Kickapoo Indian Medicine Co, Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia and St. Louis. Recom Recommended
mended Recommended by Tydings & Co. Ad 6
"Drowned! Evidently the poor fel fellow
low fellow couldn't swim." Hire
This is a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS A. FEVER
Five or six doses will break any case, an?
u laten men as a ionic mc rever win no
return. It acts on the liver better thai
Calomel and doe not f ripe or sicken. 25
Reduced Rates on all Railroads.
One Great, Glorious Day of Life
Speaking by Famous Orators.
Ocala's Celebrated White Band.
Races, Games, Contests, Etc.
Spirited Base Ball Game,
(Both White and Colored.)
This will be the greatest day Ocala has known in
years. Everyone for miles around will be here. Come
with your family and friends and enjoy the day with
Take this occasion to visit Ocala, if you have
never been here before, if you come every week or if
you never expect to come again. You cant afford to
COME! COME! COME! ON
OCALA BOARD OF TRADE,
And the Business Interests of Ocala.
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1913
R. C. MUNCASTER
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY
Ocala House Block
Insist on having a perfect bathroom
Beautiful, therefore pleasing.
Sanitary, therefore healthful.
Durable, therefore economical.
And besides this let it have an individuality,
an expression of your own tastes. These results
are easily obtained through our careful following
of your wishes and our using "Standard" plumbing
fixtures of which there is such an extensive
variety of pleasing designs.
Let ua estimate for you.
OCALA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO.
I 1 I 'I IV-
Hi II AFFAIRS
If you have any items for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.
Mr. George H. Ford of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Is in the city for a few days.
Miss Lorayne Kemp has as her
guest Miss Ruby Wilson of Apopka.
leaving tomorrow afternoon for E
tis. They will make many of the(
most important towns and cities be-1
fore returning home.
Picnic at Treasure Island
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mote and their
euests. Mrs. William Hooker. Fliza-!
heth, Margaret and Lucretia Hocker,
are at Kamp Kumfort, Treasure Isl-;
and, for two weeks. Sunday a few
friends were asked to spend the aft-i
jernoon with Mrs. Hocker and a most,
Mrs. It. M. Perry .went to Gaines-! delicious supper was served, picnic j
ville today for a visit to her sister. j style, on the large screened porch, j
The guests from Leesburg included ;
Mrs. F. W. Ditto has returned Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Efird, Mr. and?
home from a visit to relatives in St. Mrs. B. F. Watts. Franklin Watts.
Petersburg. Mrs. Xewell and Philip and John j
" Xewell and Mr. Tom Ray. Leesburg j
Mrs. Louise Haisley left today to j Commercial. i
spend the remainder of the warm j
season at ner noaie in ueiaware. i rr a n ri Afr pnr r.nrtro or, ,i
to other members of the family a thrifty woman will
save a dollar here and a dollar there, where a man
could not. Many a period of misfortune has been tided
over by the forethought of wife and mother.
This institution takes particular pleasure in caring
for such savings accounts.
TIE OQAUi NATIONAL BAN!
CAPITAL FULLY PAID IX $73,000
H. D. STOKES, Cashier.
CLARENCE CAMP, Vice Pres. JXO. L. EDWARDS, Pres.
ibabv. of Lakplanri. arrivpri Wprtnp?-
1r- nrA Ifrs 2 T5 TJirmb-e rf 1
. day to visit
V 1 1 a t wr cirri ir He ittt tru?o r a)iAn
W. EL MARSH
Phone 108, City Market.
Mr. D. E. Mclver and Mr. Hugo
Mcintosh will go to Idlewild this
evening to spend Sunday.
George and Robert MacKay will
spend Sunday at "the Highlands" on
Prof. Simmons of Brenau College
is in the city for a few days in the
interest of his school.
WHITE STAR LIME,
TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE
' COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Miss Florrie Condon returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a combined business and
pleasure trip to Inverness. J
family will jdaughter Qf Dr.Xnd Mrs. D. M. Bon-
Mrs. George's father.
Harrison, and other rela
tives. Leesburg Commercial.
Mrs. M. M. Little returned this
morning from St. Augustine, in at attendance
tendance attendance at the twentieth annual
state conference Epworth League.
Mrs. Little was re-eletced league de department
partment department editor of the Florida Chris Christian
tian Christian Advocate.
Miss Marguerite Porter, as one of
the Florida delegates, with a party
of friends, left; Jacksonville today to
attend the Philathea convention at
Mrs. L. Home and
THAT IS AN IMPORTANT QUESTION NOW.
When you take our ice you are getting the purest
ice which nature and science can make and you
are dealing with an "ice man that is dependable
and responsible one that will come to you in all
kinds of weather and has the resources and equip equipment
ment equipment with which to give you service and satisfaction
OCALA ICE &. PACKING CO.
leave next Thursday for Kingsley'sj
Lake for a short stay.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for Hampton Springs, where
they will spend a week or ten days.
Mrs. Ervine of North Main street
is enjoying a visit from her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Mary Ervine of Citra.
Mrs. Wm. E. Smith and her pretty
little daughter are home again from
a visit to relatives in Augusta, Ga.
Mrs. Leslie Home will entertain
the Baptist sewing circle Monday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Mrs. S. E. Waterman and Mrs.
Callie Reddiek are viisting friends in
HPffP HOTEL miH
Most accessible beach resort for Ocala and Florida people.
W. O. ADAMS, Owner and Manager
PABLO BEACH, FLA.
Forty minutes ride from Jacksonville on the finest bathing bea
on the Atlantic coast American plan. Abundance
of sea foods. Reasonable rates.
ey, of Ocala, is enjoying an extend extended
ed extended visit in Jacksonville as the guest
of Miss Jessie L. Boone, at her
home, 421 East Seventh street. She
will be delightfully entertained dur during
ing during her visit in this city. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. Mr. C. E. Nelson returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from Columbia, S. C, where he
and Mrs. Nelson have been visiting
relatives for ten days. Mrs. Nelson
remained for a longer visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Winston and little
son of Ocala, were here Wednesday
on a shopping tour and,, visiting
friends. Inverness Chronicle.
Mrs. H. G. Haycraft and daughter,
Miss Ethel, Mrs. E. C. DeCamp, Miss
Wenona Wetherbee and Charles
Mrs. E. C. Edwards and her. Gates drove over from Ocala Sunday
granddaughter, little Miss Elizabeth ; and spent the day with G. I. Single Single-Home
Home Single-Home left this morning for Day-ton's family. Mrs. Haycraft is the
(owner of a Studebaker seven pas pas-isenger
isenger pas-isenger car which she handles with no
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have Just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are in a position to
make some attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers
in this section of the country that handle this brand of fence and
have demonstrated in the past that it is absolutely the best
strongest fence on the market, and running it as we have in
competition with the many inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had some phenomenal sales on it and made many friends
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.
KNIGHT Ik LANCS
yttona for a counle of weeks visit
ROUND TRIP FROM POINTS NAMED BELOW
7:(H a.m. .Ocala 10:10: p.in.
7:15 a.m. .Santos 9:50 p.m.
':!! a.m . He-Review
7:36 a.m. Summerfiekl
7:44) a.m. .Dallas ....
7:47 a.m. .Oxford
8:00 a.m. .Wildwood
RETURNING, LEAVE TAMPA 0:00 P. M. SAME DAY
Separate Coaches for Whitj and Colored. Plenty of Room For AIL
SEE YOUR TICKET AGENT
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A., C. M. DICKERSOX, T. P. A.,
. C. B. RYAN. Gen. Pass Agt. x JOHN BOISSEAU, C. P. & T. A.,
Portsmouth, Va. Ocala, Fla.
Miss Musie Bullock of Ocala is the
attractive guest of her cousins, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Bullock. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Metropolis.
Little Miss Helen Newsom of this
city and Miss Catherine Dillard of
Clearwater are spending the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mayo at
Mrs. Rexie Todd after several
days illness at the Marion County
Hospital, is greatly improved and ex expects
pects expects to be taken home Sunday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Yocum arriv arrived
ed arrived from Dade City yesterday. Mrs.
Yocum will visit her daughter, Mrs.
W. T. Gary, while Dr. Yocum is at attending
tending attending the normal at Tallahassee.
Supt. S. P. Hollinrake of the Ocala
Northern Railway and his nieces, the
Misses Florence Butts and Cora Ta Tabor,
bor, Tabor, of Ocala, were in the city on Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Palatka News.
On Wednesday night a little son
gladdened the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter W. Tilghman. Mr. Tilghman
says the boy is a little Ford runabout
all right, or will be. Palatka News.
Misses Marguerite Edwards and
Carolyn Riddle went down to the
lake this afternoon and will be the
guesso-Alrg, C. E. Connor -for a
Mr. and Mrs. Osco Zewadski and
Mr. Barney Barco with little Rudolph
Fuller arrived at noon from Tampa,
coming through in their big auto,
and will spend the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski at their
4home on Oklawaha avenue.
r.---XIhaileJ---trn'C,aster and Pon
Master Charles Kay Muncaster, left
yesterday for their home in Ocala
after spending several days in the
city, the guests of the latter's grand grandparents,
parents, grandparents, Col. and Mrs. W. E. Kay.
Mrs. R. R. Carroll and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Merris, who have been visiting
Mrs. Carroll's father, Mr. T. J.
Yonce and sisters, Mrs. Ramsaur and
Mrs. Hannah, at St. Petersburg for
the past week, returned home today,
accompanied by Mrs. Carroll's nieces,
Misses Leontine Ramsaur and Chris Christine
tine Christine Hannah, who will visit her for
Mrs, C. E. Winston will accompany
her husband on his southern trip.
little dexterity, and puts to shame
many of those chauffeurs who have
been driving for a long time.-In-verness
Mrs. Goodyear left the hospital
yesterday and returned to her home
Miss Pope is able to sit up for a
little while each day.
Mrs. Lanier Robertson was operat
ed on yesterday and is doing very
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Boston Clam Chowder
Mr. R. L. Martin informs the Star
that the contemplated improvements
on the Merchant's block, mention of
which was made in this paper sev several
eral several weeks ago, will begin as soon as
the material can be placed on the
ground. The first work will be to
put modern fronts of copper and
plate glass in the stores now occupied
by Messrs. Burnett, Waterman,
Gerig and Condon; after which ex extensive
tensive extensive improvements will be made
upstairs. Mr. W. C. Blanchard has
Chicken Broth with Noodles
Fried Tenderloin of Lake Weir Trout, Julia Potatoes
Sliced Florida Tomatoes with Onions and Bell Peppers
Chicken Salad with MayonnaiseGerman Potato Salad
Roast Young Turkey With Cranberry Sauce
Roast Leg of Veal with Apple Jelly
Early June Peas Succotash Corn on the Cob
Snow Flake Potatoes Steamed Carolina Rice
Georgia Corn Pone
Vanila Ice Cream Jelly Layer Cake
Ice Tea Coffee and Jersey Cream
EI WORTH LEAGUE CONFERENCE
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
Great Five Reel Comedy Show at the
"Fatty's Deception." A side sidesplitting
splitting sidesplitting Kalem comedy.
'Whiffles Tries Moving Picture
Acting." 100 laughs a minute.
The Horse Detective." Featuring
Arabia, the clever Selig horse.
"The Stolen Tribute to the King."
A thriller, scenes in New Zealand.
"Vengeance is Mine." A beauti beautiful
ful beautiful drama.
Doors open 6:30. Prices 5-10c.
Monday William J. Burns, the great
detective in a three reel feature,
"The Land Swindlers," also a hand handsome
some handsome photo of Lillian Walker given
to each patron.
A srentleman living in the eastern
part of Leesburg reports that a flying
machine passed over that end of the
city Friday afternoon. The machine
was high in tha air. but could be dis distinctly
tinctly distinctly seen and heard. Leesburg
The twentieth annual league con conference
ference conference which convened in St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine this week was the largest
held in years. Rev. W. G. Fletcher,
pastor of the new M. E. church,
where it met, deserved great credit
and many thanks for the success of
the meeting. There were sunrise
i prayer-meetings at the old fort, and
besides the regular services presided
over by Rev. L. F. Chapman of Key
West, splendid soul-inspiring talks
by Rev. J. B. Culpepper, Prof. Clif Clifton
ton Clifton of Southern College and other
prominent Methodists, Rev. W. J.
Carpenter's address on "Civic Right Righteousness"
eousness" Righteousness" at the Plaza has never
been seconded by anyone in league
history and the illustrated talks by
Dr. J. M. Culbreth of Nashville,
Tenn., were the most intensely inter interesting
esting interesting and profitable ever listened to
by any audience. A trolly ride to
South Beach with lunch served by
the hosts of the city was enjoyed by
everyone. The next conference will
be held at St. Petersburg. The fol following
lowing following officers have been elected:
President, Rev. L. F. Chapman,
Key West; first vice president, J. H.
Selsemeyer, Lakeland; second, Man Manuel
uel Manuel H. Jones, Tampa; third, Miss
Verdie Haddock, Live Oak; fourth,
C. L. Johnson, Fort Meyers; secre secretary,
tary, secretary, Garfield Evans, Sutherland;
treasurer, Bernard Byrd, Tallahas Tallahassee;
see; Tallahassee; Era agent, Miss Edna Fussell,
St. Petersburg; department editor,
Mrs. M. M. Little, Ocala; Junior
League superintendent, Mrs. George
Pyle. Gainesville. District secretaries,
Tallahassee, Miss Dell Stroman, Tal Tallahassee;
lahassee; Tallahassee; Bartow, Miss Lillian Car Carpenter,
penter, Carpenter, Bartow; Tarnpa, E. A. Galla Gallagher,
gher, Gallagher, Tampa; Live Oak, Casper Peel Peeler,
er, Peeler, Gainesville; Jacksonville. Bryant
j Carpenter, Jacksonville; Ocale, Miss
Liiza n right, Orlando.
The weather was ideal, St. Augus
tine was at its best and this meeting
will ever remain a pleasant memory
and bring inspiration to the young
blood of the M. E. church. The fol
lowing were present from Ocala, Rev.
jj. B. Ley, Clarence Blalock, Mrs. M.
M. Little and Miss Lillie Roux.
DR. J. HARRY WALTERS
Office Telephone 78
Residence Telephone 495
DESIRABLE HOUSES FOR KENT
Two large houses In central lo location,
cation, location, suitable for residence or
hoarding bouses; one -room and
batn, and one 8 rooms and bathf
eitber boose will accommodate two
families, and we will rent to salt
tenants. Apply to D, S. Woodrcw
or Elmer DeCamp. &-20
WELL, GET A GOOD WELL.
Some people invest their money In
poor wells. Get a good one by let-
jting S. H. Christian do the work.
Cottage for rent
j My five-room cottage on South 3rd
street, next to primary school; all
modern conveniences; possession by
16th. R. R. Carroll.
TO GET RID OF MOSQUITOES
You can Sleep, Fish. Huntor attend to any work
without being worried by the biting or singing
of Mosquitoes, Sand-flics. Gnats or other insects
by applying to the face, ears and hands, DR.
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIU 25c
If you would enjoy peaceful do domestic
mestic domestic relations, tell your wife oc occasionally
casionally occasionally that she knows more than
Each age of our uvea has Its Joys.
Old people should be happy, and they
will be if Chamberlain's Tablets are
taken to strengthen the digestion and
keep the bowels regular. These tab tablets
lets tablets are mild and gentle in their ac action
tion action and especially suitable for peo people
ple people of middle age and older. For
sale by all dealers. Ad
OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY", JUNE 21, 1913
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Crockery, China, Glassware, Bric-a-Brac, Leather Goods, Toilet
, Articles, Toys, Books And Stationery.
ALE RUN FROM MONDAY JUNE 23cl TO JULY 1st 1913
Stationers cind Booksellers
109 SOUTH MAIN STREET
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SETTLED THEIR STATUS
Palatka News Passes Judgment on
Ocala Visitors and Its Own
Rase Ikill. Team
Palatka News, 21st: The excur excursion
sion excursion from Ocala over the Ocala Nor Northern
thern Northern Railway yesterday brought to
this city more than a hundred ladies
and gentlemen from the "Brick
City," together with the Ocala base base-ball
ball base-ball club. The visitors generally
CJtyuade headquarters at the Putnam
, House, and as usual on an occasion
I of the kind, rain, which had held off
so long came in the middle of the day
and helped with their entertainment.
JAs samples of social and business
Ocala, the crowd was something any
city can be proud of. There were
some awfully swagger young men,
and the young ladies; well, there
were some beauties. Some, did we
say? We meant lots of 'em.
The ball game between the visiting
and the local club in the afternoon
had further tendency to kill off any
latent of smouldering feelings which
the home boys may have had con concerning
cerning concerning their superiority on the dia diamond.
mond. diamond. The Ocala boys won by a score
of 10 to 2.
work will continue, and that others
will follow in the wake of these en enterprising
terprising enterprising gentlemen. Inverness
MHMPEIIS OF THE
STATE TAX COMMISSION
Tallahassee, June 21. Governor
Park Trammell has appointed as
members of the state tax commission
created by the last legislature, the
John S. Edwards, an attorney at
law of Lakeland, Polk county; Robert
J. Patterson, of Madison, the present
tax assessor of Madison county; John
Xeel, of Westville, Holmes county, a
successful farmer and merchant, and
former state senator.
In making these appointments
Governor Trammell has endeavored
to recognize each section of the state
in membership of the commission, as
far as possible, considering that
there were only three commissioners
to be appointed.
HIGHEST PLACE VET
P. A. DUHAND
Plumber, Tinner and Gas Fitter
Sewing Machine Repairing
OCALA, FLORIDA 6-21
The editor of the Ledger is in re receipt
ceipt receipt of cards from C. H. Stoughton,
'formerly Southern Pacific agent at
Lancaster, who is touring Florida.
Mr. Stoughton reports having seen
J. G. Kichline, a former well-known
.Antelope Valleyite, whom he reports
Vas being well and prosperous. Mr.
Stoughton, who has been residing
for some time at Lone Pine, Cali California,
fornia, California, still owns valuable property
in this section, which he has always
predicted will be the garden spot of
the state. Antelope Valley, Calif.,
A man just can't help feeling fool foolish
ish foolish every time he hears of a baby be being
ing being named after him.
J. L. Connell, C. D. Schultz and
Louis Thompson have purchased
from John D. Robertson, of Ocala,
440 acres of land neax Inverness,
and will cultivate the same on an ex extensive
tensive extensive scale. The need of several
such farmers In Citrus county, back backed
ed backed by sufflient capital, has long been
apparent, and now that a start has
been made it is hoped that the good
H. B. Roberts, of Columbus, Ga.,
and Miss Maude Ray, of Holder,
were married at the parsonage yes yesterday
terday yesterday by Rev. T. E. Mitchell. The
groom is one of the substantial citi citizens
zens citizens of Columbus, while the bride, a
niece of Walter Ray, is one of Citrus
county's foremost belles. The Chron Chronicle
icle Chronicle extends congratulations and
wishes the happy couple all the joys
married life promises. Inverness
HEKK IS A STURDY HERETIC
Our editor has been bitten for a
longerperiod than a half a century
by every kind of a mosquito that in inhabits
habits inhabits Florida and Georgia and he
doesn't believe this mosquito malaria
theory one particle. Impure water
is the only cause of the disease mis miscalled
called miscalled "malaria." Jasper News.
KILLED AT CEDAR KEY
Prof. Martin, principal of the Wil Wil-lisfon
lisfon Wil-lisfon school during the term recent recently
ly recently closed, died at Cedar Key Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning at S:50 o'clock from in injuries
juries injuries received in diving from the
dock near the White House, in that
citj Gainesville Sun.
If a man is smart enough to fool a
woman it is because she wants to be
When put to the test, some virtues
are found to be thinly veneered.
Archdeacon Stuck .May Never be So
Near Heaven Again
Fairbanks, Alaska. June 21. The
ascent of the highest peak of Mount
McKinley was accomplished for the
first time June 7, when the party led
by Arch Deacon Hudson Stuck, Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal missionary for Alaska, reached
the top of the south peak of the
mountain, the highest on the contin continent.
ent. continent. Dr. Stuck and his assistants erect erected
ed erected a six-foot cross on the summit of
the great mountain. Observations
made with the mercurial barometer
indicated its height is 25.500 feet.
During my absence for the next
two weeks my practice will be left
in charge of Dr. R. D. Fuller.
I 6-17-6t Dr. Ch B. Ayer.
AWFUL TO ANTICIPATE
In these days of eugenic marriages
it will be embarrassing for the young
man who goes courting and finds he
has left his medical certificate in his
every day coat pocket. Exchange.
Ulcers aiJ SKln Troubles
If you are suffering with any old
running or fever sores, ulcers, boils,
eczema, or other skin troubles, get a
box of Bucklin's Arnica Salve and
you will get relief promptly. Mrs.
Bruce Jones, of Birmingham, Ala.,
suffered from an ugly ulcer for nine
months and Bucklin's Arnica Salve
cured her in two weeks. Will help
you. Only 2Z cents. Recommended
Tydings & Co Ad. 6
The Japs apparently have decided
that the United States is in no con condition
dition condition to be whipped just now.
LOTS FOR SALE CI1KAP
A big bargain in two business lots
on north end of Magnolia street; street
and railroad frontage; fine for ware warehouse
house warehouse or wholesale business.
Two corner lots in. best portion of
the Seymour addition, the coming res residence
idence residence addition to Ocala, Will sell
residence or business lots together or
separately as desired. Apply to R. C.
Muncaster, Ocala House Blk. 5-24-12t
We still have on hand a small
quantity of linoleum which we will
sell as long as it lasts for 25 cents
per square yard. A number of very
handsome designs. Theus-Zachry
"William J. Burns," the? great de detective,
tective, detective, will appear in the three-reel
feature, "The Land Swindlers," at
the Temple Theater Monday. Adv.
or liability to which the corporation
can. at any time subject itself is
twenty-five thousand ($25,000) dollars.
The names and residences of the sub subscribers
scribers subscribers and the amount subscribed by
each is as follows:
W. AV. Condon, Ocala, Florida, 25
M. Perry, Ocala, Florida, 2
"THE STORE ACCOMMODATING"
Is the popular designation of the An Anderson
derson Anderson Pharmacy. By the way, have
you tried their famous Olive Oil and
Spices? A glance at their north win window
dow window this week is in itself a treat.
CHAPTER 7TO. 13, It. A. Sf.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Erown, Secretary. Ad.
When your child has whooping
cough be careful to keep the cough
loose and expectoration easy by giv giving
ing giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as
may be required. This remedy will
also liquify the tough mucus and
make it easier to expectorate. It has
been used successfully in many ep epidemics
idemics epidemics and is safe and sure. For sale
by all dealers. Ad
Best Laxative for the Aged
Old men and women reel the nee nee-of
of nee-of a laxative more than young folks,
but it must be safe and harmless and
one which will not cause pain. Dr.
King's New Life Pills are especially
good for the aged, for they act
promptly and easily. Price 25 cents.
Recommended by Tydings & Com Company.
pany. Company. Ad 6
Boy's 50c. and 75c. waists now now-going
going now-going at 25 cents at II. A. Water Waterman's
man's Waterman's 6-21-6t
WORLD'S ALMWC XT BALLARD'S
New 1913 World's Almanac, Just re received;
ceived; received; 35 cents at Ballard's News Newsstand.
stand. Newsstand. Adv.
HARBECIE AT OAK GROVE
The seventeenth annual picnic and
barbecue at Oak Grove will be held on
Thursday. June 26th, 1913. The public
is respectfully invited. Committee.
A married woman's word picture
of her ideal man makes a poor por portrait
trait portrait of her husband.
"William J. Burns," the great de detective,
tective, detective, will appear in the three-reel
feature, "The Land Swindlers at
the Temple Theater Monday. Adv.
See H. A. Waterman, southern
agent for everything for men and
ri AM SCRIPT COVERS
An elegant line or .awyers' manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
It now well-known mat not more
than one case of rheumatism in ten
requires any internal treatment
whatever. All that is reeded i? a
free application of Chamberlains
Liniment and massage the parts at
each application. Try It and see how
quickly it will relieve the pain and
soreness. Sold by all dealer. Ad
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION AND
PKOI'OSEI) CHARTER OF THE
The undersigned hereby associate
themselves together for the purpose
of becoming incorporated under the
laws of the state of Florida in relation
to corporations for profit and hereby
make and publish the following ar articles
ticles articles of incorporation and proposed
The name of the corporation shall be
"THE MURRAY COMPANY" and its
principal place of business shall be at
The general nature of the business
to be transacted by the company shall
be: To deal generally in books, sta stationery,
tionery, stationery, office supplies, office special specialties,
ties, specialties, school books and carry on a
general news business.
The company shall also have the
right to engage in the jewelry busi business,
ness, business, and carry a general line of jew jewelry,
elry, jewelry, toilet articles and chinaware.
The company shall also have the
right to deal in music, musical instru instruments
ments instruments and supplies.
The company shall also have the
right to enerage in the general print printing,
ing, printing, engraving and lithographing bus business,
iness, business, do a general mail order business,
and carry on such other business as is
incident to the purposes of this char charter
ter charter and not inconsistent with the laws
of the state of Florida.
The amount of capital stock author authorized
ized authorized is ten thousand ($10,000) dollars,
which shall be divi-led into one hun hundred
dred hundred O00) shares of the par value of
one hundred ($100) dollars each, which
said capital stock shall be paid into
the corporation in cash or its equiv equivalent
alent equivalent in merchandise, personal or real
property; all stock when issued shall
he fullv paid and non-assessable.
The charter of this company shall be
The business of the corporation shall
be conducted by a president, vice presi president,
dent, president, secretary, treasurer and general
manager. The offices of vice president
and general manager may be held by
one and the sam person and also the
offices of secretary and treasurer may
be held by one and the same person at
the will of the directors: alo a board
of not less than three nor more than
seven directors. The following per
sons shall conduct the business of the
company, until those elected at the
fir-t election shall be ijualifid. viz:
VY. W. Condon, president. L. M. Mur Murray,
ray, Murray, vice president and general man manager,
ager, manager, and Annie M. Perry, secretary
and treasurer, and V. W. Condon, L.
M. Murray and Annie M. Perry, direc directors.
tors. directors. The company shall hold its first
meeting immediately after receiving its
charter at the call of the president for
the purpose "of perfecting its organiza organization
tion organization and shall hold its stockholders'
m-etinas thereafter annually on the
first Tuesday in February of each
The highest amount of indebtedness
In witness whereof the incorporators
have" hereunto subscribed their names
and affixed their seals, this the 5th dav
of June, A. I. 1913.
W. V. Condon, (Seal.)
I M. Murray, (Seal.)
Annie M. Perry, (Seal.)
Htate of Florida,
County of Marion.
Personally appeared before me. th
undersigned authority, AV. W. Condon,
Li. M. Murray and Annie M. Perry, to
me well known to be the persons de described
scribed described in and who executed the fore foregoing
going foregoing articles of incorporation and
proposed charter and each of whom
acknowledged the execution of th
same for the uses and purposes therein
set forth and expressed.
Witness my hand and official seal at
Ocala, Florida. this the 5th day of
June. A. D. 1S13. K. I Stapp,
(Seal) Notary Public State of Florida
My commission expires the 7th day
of January, A. D. 1915.
NOTICK OF APPLICATION' FOR
Notice is hereby given, that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned will on the 8th day of July,
A. D. 11(13, apply to the governor of
the state of Florida, at his office at
Tallahassee, Florida, for letters patent
incorporating THE MURRAY COM COMPANY,
PANY, COMPANY, under the foregoing articles of
incorporation and proposed charter.
W. XV. Condon.
L M Murray.
Annie M. Perry.
NOTICE TO THE PimLIC
I hereby give notice that I, Geo. A.
Douglass, have this the 19th day of
May, A. D. 1913, severed my connection,
from the firm of YV. R Douglass & Co..
manufacturers of naval stores, doing
business at or near Electra, Fla., and
that from this day henceforth V. P..
Douglass is sole owner of the said bus
iness and is therefore responsible for
all liabilities and shall have the beneft
of all assets. Geo. A. Douglass.
Palm Beach $9.00 suits at Water Waterman's
man's Waterman's for $8.00. 6-21-6t
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock In
Yonge's Hall, Fort King ave. Visit
or in the city Invited to be with us.
L. F. Ballard, N. G.
W L. Colburt. Secretary. Ad.
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OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1913
Y X i
MAY TEACH TOWN PLANNING
Proposal in England to Make It Reg Regular
ular Regular Course of Study at Uni University
versity University of London.
A proposal has been made, and is
now receiving influential support, for
establishing a professorship of town
planning at London (Eng.) university.
The idea originated with John Burns,
who suggested at the town-planning
exhibition, held at Crosby hall soma
time ago, that some wealthy person
should endow such a chair; and since
then Herbert Warren, of the Garden
City association, has several times
urged Its desirability. The matter was
at first referred to the executive com committee
mittee committee of the association and now a
strong committee is being formed to
The recent conference on town plan planning
ning planning showed that there is among the
local authorities of the country a
(great deaJ of keen interest In this
subject. Enthusiasm for the move move-Dent,
Dent, move-Dent, indeed, very often outstrips the
knowledge of the principles of town
planning, which la natural, seeing that
those who are at present the technical
Advisers of the borough and district
councils had no opportunity of study study-jing
jing study-jing the new theory and practice of
town planning when they were pre preparing
paring preparing for their careers as architects
or surveyors. It is for this reason
that the creation of the proposed
-chair at London university is now be being
ing being urged. It is intended, If the pro proposed
posed proposed chair is founded, that architec architectural
tural architectural students should have the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity of attending the lectures on
'town planting as part of their profes professional
sional professional studies. Instruction Is already
Clven in this subject at Liverpool uni university
versity university by Professor Adshead and at
Birmingham by Raymond Unwin, and
it is strongly felt that students In
London should have the same facili facilities.
ties. facilities. Sir Philip Magnus, M. P. for
London university; Sir William Col Collins
lins Collins and Sir Henry Mlers, the prin principal,
cipal, principal, have expressed great Interest In
the scheme. It is supported also by
Ir Aston Webb, R. A., and John
Burns has offered several valuable
suggestions. A professorship at Lon Lon-don
don Lon-don university should have an endow endowment
ment endowment of $3,000 a year and a lecture
ship of $1,500.
15 Yards of Bleached Sheeting, no
Starch, Real 10 cent Sellers, a
Full Yard Wide for
BIG MEN MEAN BIG CITIES
Community Where Citizens Hesitate
at .Necessary Plans for improve improvement
ment improvement WIN Develop Slowly.
Every community has Its timid citi citizens
zens citizens who hold up their hands when
any project larger than two by two Is
placed before them. They are used
to the old ways. Taxes are too high.
It will never do to attempt so much.
They've been able to get along with
things as they are, and why should
they bother about new troubles?
It happens that Just now every city
has before it great programs. Some Sometimes
times Sometimes we think our architects and our
experts on parks and planning are our
(most unselfish and most progressive
"benefactors. They give of their time
and genius with a generosity that is
munificent, and seldom is there possi possibility
bility possibility of personal reward. They see
with clear and noble vision, and they
want their cities to grow up to their
dreams. So In their public spirit they
make the pictures of what can be and
what should be.
These visions are always big. The
two by two minds cannot appreciate
them, for their eyes are glued to the
tax rate. But it Is bigness of plan
that leads to bigness in achievement,
and thus a city becomes great.
Suburb Makes Itself Pretty.
Another suburb is doing an excel excellent
lent excellent thing, reports the Chicago Exam Examiner.
iner. Examiner. It had papers blowing all about,
and the streets and lanes were not
so tidy as they might be. So a dozen
residents got together and conceived
the idea of getting the children to
work as "cleaners-up." They contrib contributed
uted contributed two dollars each. Then they In Induced
duced Induced others to do the same. Finally
they got $50, and then they offered
prizes to the children; $5 to the chil children
dren children of one street for the tidiest
street; $5 for the street of prettiest
front yards; $5 for the street with the
tidiest backyards. A committee of
residents acted as judges. The inter interest
est interest of the children was wonderful, and
today this charming suburb is a clean
and tidy as a whistle, and full of the
prettiest front and back yards, showing
what can be done by children as civic
helpers. Why shouldn't we all try so
healthy an experiment as this?
A simple and satisfactory way of
marking clothes is found in the use
of woven names. Initials are enough
-when the clothing 13 laundered at
home. When it Is sent out to be done
the full name offers more security.
Initials are to be had in the depart department
ment department stores, a single letter repeated
at intervals on a narrow ribbon, to be
cut apart and sewn on. When the
name or a monogram is required, an
order can be given at the same place.
The cost varies with the number and
style of the letters. These names and
letters are to be had on a white or
black background, in red, navy blue,
black, light blue, orange, green er
white, and are conspicuous.
( THESE SPECIALS ON ONE WEEK ONLY )
18 Yards Unbleached Sheeting, a
Real Fine Count, 7 1-2 cent Val Value,
ue, Value, a Full Yard Wide for
F,R AN K 9
THE STANDING OF THE CANDIDATES IS VERY
Turney Colbert Wins the Prize for the Largest
Gain of the Week. Marion Lummus Wins
the Second Prize.
We are determined to sell out
our stock of Men's Straw
Hats this season. We are
offering our latest styles
and shapes in these hats
that we sold iip to $3.00
for the small sum of
Look at the Window and pick
out your size and shape.
This is positively the big biggest
gest biggest hat value of the day.
The special prize offered by Frank's for the largest gain of the week
caused a good deal of excitement as some of the candidates did real good
work. Turney got the $5.00 by beating Marion just three votes. His
gain was 2321 votes, making him the leader in the contest by having
8081 votes. Marion got the second prize of S2.50 by simply getting just
56 votes more than Tom Sexton. The gains were very close as there
were not 60 votes difference in the three leaders.
Boys and girls, last week you did pretty fair as you got out mos
of the votes. You must keep your mind constantly on the fact that if
you want to win the pony or the bicycle you MUST get your friends to
work and vote for you.
Mr. Frank wants to inform the public that no attention is paid to
the dates stamped on back of the ballots and he regrets very much that
several had to be thrown out this week because they were placed in the
ballot box after they had expired. Every ballot issued from the store
has a date stamped on the back; thi means that that particular ballot
should be placed in the ballot box on or before that date. The object
of this is really for the benefit of the candidates as Mr. Frank wants
them as well as the public to know their real standing when the ballots
There are now 95 candidates in this contest. From the count it
really appears that about half of them are working, while the other
half are sitting down. Now here is a pointer for the latter kind: Boys
and girls, you that simply have your name in the contest and are not try trying
ing trying to get votes, you will not get the pony or bicycle in this manner. The
boy or girl that gets either of these prizes will have to be alert to every
opportunity of talking or writing to their friends to trade at Frank's and
vote their ballots for you. By glancing at the list of candidates you will
observe that the ones that are in the lead have done the most work and
are therefore rewarded by leading the contest. Turney Colbert, who is
in the lead by a small number of votes, really had done more work in
the way of trying to get votes than any of his opponents. Marion Lum Lummus,
mus, Lummus, who is second in the contest, has also been a hard worker, as well
as Tom Sexton, who is third. You can get the votes just as easy as they
get them if you will simply go out among your "grown up" friends and
tell them that you want the pony or the bicycle in Frank's Pony Contest.
Tell tfiem how they can get the votes. With every ten cents they spend at
this store they get a vote and they are allowed it for any boy or girl be between
tween between "the ages of 6 and 16 years.
Another thing we want to mention is that the pony given away by
Frank's is a full blooded Shetland Pony and is the prettiest little horse
that has ever been owned by any boy or girl in this section. The win winner
ner winner of this first prize will certainly have something to be proud of as he
will be the owner of something that every boy or girl Is constantly
craving for. The second prize is the best coaster brake bicycle that is
sold by Chambers' Bicycle Shop. It is now on display in their shop.
Frank's has made arrangements to get either a boy's or girl's wheel.
Again we want to impress on your mind to get the people to save
their ballots for you or to vote them for you. Tell them that you want
the prizes tell them that they can help you get the prizes tell them
that they must hustle and go to Frank's store and buy some goods so as
to give you the votes tell them that Frank's sell everything in the
wearing apparel line for men, women and children and sells it at the
most reasonable prices.
The contest will close Wednesday night, May 16th at 6:30.
The following is a list of the candidates and their standing on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night, June 18th. The first ten are the leaders; the others are
TURXEY COLBERT 8081
JANET CULVERHOUSE 4940
J. D. ROBERTSON, JR. 442 1
MARION MEFFERT 294
JACK HORNE 226-
WILLIE MAE LANG 2199
ALTON MANGUM 1094
REGINALD MAC KAY i667
William Avery 1000
Aimer Adcock 1030
Gordon Brigance 1384
Charles Brown 1157
Sherman Brown 1142
Carroll Blalock 1071
Evelyn Bridges,, Coleman ... 1300
Minnie Brown, Reddick .... 1002
Bertie Calhoun 1094
Lonnie E. Cordery, Lynne . 1425
Florence Carter 1027
Leroy Creider, Levon 1005
Gertrude Collier 1057
Jewett Dickert 1211
Florence Dicks 1078
Beulah Eastman 1015
James Ellis 1005
Carrie Floyd .
Gilbert Flinn .
Alivan Frederick, Oak 1010
Daisy Grantham, Sparr
Susa Bell Gloster
Lela Hall, Cornell 1008
Albert Irby, Anthony
Mary Jones 1011
Lila Johnson, Martin 1009
Hattie Johnson, Reddick
Willie Jenkins, Berlin .
William Johnson, York
George Keeney, Anthony
Anna Lou Long, Connor ....
John H. Lane
Eva Mills, Berlin
Eva May, Berlin
Dollje Morisson, Calvary .
Alice Maloney, Center Hill..
Stella Moore, Anthony
Alma Belle Moody, Sumrfield
Veva Maloney, Center Hill..
Majorie Nicholas, Kendrick
Alma Priest, Anthony
Kate Rogers, Oak
Marion Rou, Lowell
Edna Strickland, Reddick .
Ned C. Smith
Stuart Sims, Anthony
Walter Stokes, Gaiter
James Smith, Silver Springs.
Florence Schnitzler, Wrsdale
C. S. Turner, Jr., Zuber. .
Albert Upthegrove, Island Gr
Elbert Zetrouer, Mcintosh .
We have the largest
and best varied lines of
boys wearing apparel jn
We carry a full line of
boy's suits in all styles.
You will find the very
latest in the new style of
Norfolk Suits or Double
Breasted kind. Our boy
suits sell at $2.50 to $10.
Our Boy's Shirts, are up
to the minute. We have
allkinds, with soft collars
without collars-with de detachable
tachable detachable collars. The bet better
ter better shirts sell for 50c and
$1.00, some are as low as
25 cents. Our line' of
Boys Blouses can't be
beat for variety, style and
workmanship. They are
made to fit and wear, the r
prices are 25 and 50 cents.
You will find all sorts
of things for the boy at
Hie prices are
It is an established fact
that if you want anything
that is up-to-date in the
line of ladies wearing
apparel that you must go
to Frank's. We are always
on the lookout for the lat latest
est latest styles in Ladies' gar garments.
ments. garments. In our Ladies'
you will find dresses suit"
able for any and all oc occasions.
casions. occasions. We have house
dresses for as low as 75c.
Our evening dresses sell
up to $29.50. Of course we
specialize on dresses that
sell from $3.98 to $10.
Don't buy yourself a
dress till you have seen
what we have to offer. If
you do you will regret it.