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OOALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1913
EXPOSE THE fflfl
National --Association of Manufactur Manufacturers
ers Manufacturers Tried to Make the Labor
Leader a Tool
Washington, July 2. Disclosures
that.promi.se to follow thereopening
of the Senate's lobby investigation
are expected to be among the most
important developments of recent
years in a
iince'the publication of Martin M,
Mulhall's 'story of how he had
operated to influence legislation and
'elections in behalf of the National
Association of Manufacturers, scores
of labor leaders, present and former
congressmen' and dthers have come
forward with testimony and asked
thaS they" be heard by the investiga investigators.
Samuel Gompers, president of the
American Federation of Labor, has
made public a detailed report of the
attempted bribery. It; confirms a
story told by Mulhall.-
The Gompers statement is a.report
that the labor leader prepared in
1907, after his experiences with
Broughton Brandenberg, now a con-
vict in Sing Sing, who claimed to be- The following prizes will be award award-ip
ip award-ip the Employ of the National Asso-'ed:
ciation of Manufacturers. J Best farmers display in parade,
Gompers met Brandenberg under first prize, $15; second prize, $7:50;
the advice and suggestion of other
officials of the American Federation
of Labor. Brandenberg represented
himself as in charge of a bureau of
the National Association of Manufac-
turers, organized "to expose the im-'
nuirni rniiiii,l.v,iii "ir. rr tk
ers in the labor movement." Gom-
pars led Brandenberg on until the
latter proposed that Gompers should
prepare a general statement in the
VT, nature of a "confession, should
A.- stand for re-election "as president of
the American federation of Labor in
1 190S-; and should then resign leaving
lli Ti'o.lrirvi t ? nn rf ToHrtr nrlnnloHl v
'"'tirement and the exposure of
I Will Ik- .'lcaii
?rig to you is to
Ct want to
save you, uranaen
'g is quoted as saying. "I want to j
save you and while I do not want to
express, in specific financial terms I
what the National Association of'
Manufacturers is willing to do, yet I
can guarantee that you will be
financially safe for the balance of
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OUIl IMMENSE EVENT
Program for the Fourth of July Cele Celebration
bration Celebration in Ocala
9 a.m. Grand parade. Form on
courthouse square, out Fort King
avenue from Harrington Hall hotel
to Fox La n, to Oklawaha, to Main,
down Main and up Magnolia to
courthouse square. Arranged as fol follows:
lows: follows: -Ocala Metropolitan Band,
(auto trucks), fire equipment, city city-authorities
authorities city-authorities headed by mayor, mem members
bers members Board of Trade, county officials,
military, police department,- city
sanitary department, county good
roads equipment, bicycles, motor-
i.t r m
ccies- auiomooues, civic noats, iar-
mers wagons, etc., colored display.
10 a. m. Races. Bicycle, motor
and foot races.
11 a. m. Firemen's exhibition.
10:30 a. m. Speaking by Hon.
Frank Clark, member of Congress,
and Judge Wm. M. Gober, from court
1 p. ra. Dinner.
1 2 p. nr. Special firemen's contest.
3 p. m. Balloon ascension and
double parachute drop from ball
1 p. m. Baseball. Ocala vs.
4 p m.- Baseball at the fair
grounds by colored teams. Ocala vs.
third prize, $5.
Best decorated auto, first prize.
$10; second prize, ?5.
Bicycle races (not under 12 years),
first prize, $5; second prize, $3.
Motorcycle races, first prize, $15;
TTTA. -;S&.,.-!S-. :-. 1
first prize, '$15; second prize, $7.50
Foot races,, white, first prize, $3;
second prie, $2. Colored, first prize,
$3; second prize, $2. s
Marshal of the day, F. W. Ditto.
Time Keepers F. G. B. Weihe, J.
Judges Dr. J. C. Boozer, Messrs.
George MacKay, T. T. Munroe.
' See special program which will be
out in a few days, giving more com-
KENDRICK W. C. T. U.
Kendrick, June 30. -The regular
meeting of the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union was held Friday
afternoon, at the home of our treas-
urer.. Mrs. C. W. Shaw. There was
full attendance, all but two members
Song, "Rescue the Perishing." j
Scripture lesson, I John, 3rd chap
iter, by the president. j
Prayer, Mrs. J. D. Webb.
Roll call, answered by scripture
; verses. -j
Reading of the minutes of last
j Otficers reports.
j The treasurer read a very nice let let-t
t let-t ter from the state treasurer, in which
she acknowledged receipt of dues
from the "Baby Chapter," as she
termed it, and urged us to press on onward
ward onward in the good work.
The corresponding secretary pre presented
sented presented catalogue of books and sup supplies,
plies, supplies, which she. had received, and
the superintendents of departments
appointed at the previous meeting
selected helps therefrom to be order ordered
ed ordered for the next meeting.
It was decided to take up the life
of Frances E. Willard as our first
study and the book was also ordered
for the, union, also a supply of the
"Temperance Songster," to be used
in our meetings..
Reading, "Out From the Hearth Hearthstone,"
stone," Hearthstone," by Mrs. B. C. Webb.
' Literature distributed among the
members for distribution outside.
; Song, "Leaning on the Everlasting
Repeating of the Lord's prayer.
The meeting adjourned to meet
Friday afternoon, July 11th, at the
M. E. church.
After the close of the meeting the
hostess served delicious cake and
lemonade. Julia II. Webb,
Supt. of Press,
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PICNIC AT LYNNE
The eighth annual picnic will be
held at the Christian church at
Lynne, July 4th. V Everybody invit invited
ed invited to come and bring well filled bas baskets.
kets. baskets. Refreshments will be served
by J. B. Gore and J. H. Randall.
If yo uare a housewife you cannot
reasonably hope to be healthy or
beautiful by washing dishes, sweep sweeping
ing sweeping and doing housework all day,
and crawling into bed dead tired at
night. You must get out into the
open air and sunlight. If you do this
every day and keep your stomach
and bowels in good order by taking
Chamberlain's Tablets when needed,
you should become both healthy and
beauUful. For sale by all dealers, ad
Best cjvic (lisplayr 6at orWaOlU1 r; roy jactreon 01 irviue was
HI EY IflfS
Hoy Scouts Carried a Message from
President Wilson to Mayor
Chicago, July 2. Dusty, panting
and almost lost amid the scores of
automobiles that formed his escort,
Lauron Chenoweth, boy scout, dash dashed
ed dashed up to the grand stand in Grant
Park yesterday afternoon and deliv delivered
ered delivered to Carter Harrison, mayor of
Chicago, a message from President
While skyscrapers echoed back the
boom of cannon that welcomed the
leather dispatch pouch to the end of
its 778-mile journey, the mayor read
the message in which the president
wished success to the international
athletic meet, formally inaugurated
by its arrival.
The boy scouts had done their
work by relays. They had borne the
message over hill and dale from the
capital to Chicago, and thousands of
the khaki-clad youngsters burst into
a cheer as the journey ended.
Boardman, July 2. A. J. Hall
was a business visitor to Mcintosh
H. E. Milton spent Monday in
jGainesvil'e attending to business.
Misses Hester and Rachel Boyer
were shopping in Mcintosh Monday.
Mis"s Louise Reed is home again,
after a three days' visit in Mcmtosh.
She visited Miss Walkup while
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Kirkland of
Ocala were business visitors to
James Murrell of Mcintosh spent
Sunday in Boardman the guest of
his friend, Doyle Boyer.
r T FT T 1 e T
a VT,fJSjW.tl XJUii uuittH nuuua
While here hewtt-iIre-g:Utof Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew J. Hall. T
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Schlatre and
family spent Sunday at Orange Lake,
visiting among friends.
'Tis pretty dry through our sec section
tion section and the farmers would surely
appreciate a good rain.
Mrs. A. Farnback of Mcintosh
spent several days here last week,
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smith.
PICNIC AT CARTER'S POND
There will be a picnic at Carter's
Pond July 10th. Everybody Invited
to come with well filled baskets. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments will be sold for the ben benefit
efit benefit of buying a new organ for the
the summer months
young cniidren should
ajWatch for any unnatural looseness of
the bowels. WThen given prompt at attention
tention attention at this time serious trouble
may be avoided. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem Remedy
edy Remedy can always be depended upon.
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Enjoy outdoor life without tan and
freckles. Rexall cold cream insures
your complexion. Get it at Gerig's
R. D. FULLER
Over the Muliroe & Chambliss Bank
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Bloctt
L. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
M. C. IZLAR
Office Law Library Building
J. G. PURVIS
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
CLIFFORD B. AYER
OGSce Over the Munroe & Chambliss
Bank. Phone 154
Attorney at Tt&w
Office Second Floor Munroe
Chambliss Bank Building
DOZEN WERE DROWNED
Bathhouse Pier Gave Way Under
Feet of Little Boys
Lawrence, Mass., July 1. A nar narrow
row narrow wooden walk leading over the
fifteen feet of water to the munici
pal bathhouse in the Merrimac river,
gave way yesterday under the stamp stamping
ing stamping feet of a crowd of impatient boys
and at least twelve of the little fel fellows
lows fellows were drowned. There may be
more bodies in the stream.
WILD WOOD ICE PLANT
AGAIN IN OPERATION
L. M. Gnnn has leased the Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood ice plant to Messrs. Groves and
Perdue of Ocala, and the plant is
again in operation, and taxed to its
capacity. The plant has been closed
down for the past several months on
account of the failure of the plant to
produce a sufficient amount to make
ir profitable, but under the super supervision
vision supervision of Mr. J. A. Bouvier, former formerly
ly formerly manager of the Ocala Iron Works,
assisted by Mr. B. T. Perdue, the
competent engineer in charge, the
plant has been completely overhaul-'
ed and is now in condition to produce
a greater tonnage that its advertised
guaranteed capacity. Sumter Coun County
ty County Record.
There is more catarrh in this sec section
tion section of the country than all other dis diseases
eases diseases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incur incurable.
able. incurable. For a great many years doc doctors
tors doctors pronounced it a local disease
and prescribed local remedies, and
by constantly failing to cure with lo local
cal local treatment, pronounced it incura incurable.
ble. incurable. Science has proven catarrh to
be a constitutional disease and there therefore
fore therefore requires constitutional treat treatment.
ment. treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu manufactured
factured manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., To Toledo,
ledo, Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional
cure on the market. It is taken in internally
ternally internally in doses from 10 drops to a
teaspoonful. It acts directly on the
it, -D-v mucous surfaces of the
svstem. Thev offer onTrlTttftftrea dol
lars, for any case it-, fails to cure"
Send for circulars and testimonials.
Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo,
Ohio. Sold by drugstores. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipa constipation.
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Fresh buttermilk every day at the
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Ask to see our Stoves
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Fifty-Five Tliousand Veterans at
Gettysburg A Third as
Many as in C3
Gettysburg, July 2.- Fifteen thou thousand
sand thousand veterans of the war between the
states sat in the sweltering heat of
the big tent on the battlefield and
joined in the opening ceremonies of
the first day in the celebration. Col.
J. M. Schoonmacher, chairman of the
Pennsylvania battle anniversary cel celebration
ebration celebration commission, presided and
the first address was by Governor
Tener, of Pennsylvania, who wel welcomed
comed welcomed the men in blue and gray.
Secretary of War Garrison follow followed
ed followed his oration. Then came addresses
by Judge Alfred B. Beers of Bridge Bridgeport,
port, Bridgeport, commander-in-chief of the G. A.
It., and General Bennett II. Young,
of Kentucky, grand commander of
the U. C. V.
Despite the strenuous efforts of the
regular army to do impossible things
thousands of veterans spent the night
on Gettysburg field with nothing
between them and the stars but their
clothes and their courage and nothing
between then and the hard earth but
a little more of the same thing. The
railroads poured thousands into
Gettysburg and train after train
that was looked for early came
crawling in near midnight and aft afterwards.
erwards. afterwards. They kept coming from that hour
until long after daylight and shortly
after breakfast the rush" began again.
Major Normoyle of the quartermas quartermaster's
ter's quartermaster's department, U. S. A., who has
the pulse of the vast camp under his
fingers went to bed not at all and the
little force of army officers went no
55,000 veterans will be on
the field, 5,000 more than have been
looked for in the wildest dreams of
Many of the men of '63 spent the
night around the fires near the cook
tents, talking and trying to forget
that their bones were not so young
as they used to be and that the
ground was much harder than it was
fifty years ago.
LAKE WEIR W. C. T. U.
Blest Be the Tie that Binds was
sung by the choir of young ladies as
an opening song at meeting of 26th.
Devotions were led by president, fol followed
lowed followed by prayer by Rev. J. A. Logan.
Roll call with Golden Texts for re responses.
sponses. responses. Minutes of previous meetings read
Voted to pay bill of secretary for
The picnic on the 4th'of July is to
be in charge of Mrs. Sigmon, super superintendent
intendent superintendent of Christian Citizenship.
Flag raising at the Weirsdale school
house at 9:30, after which all will
adjourn to the picnic grounds at
Stanton on Lake Weir for the day.
Voted to serve ice cream during the
day forenefit of the union.
Exercises will be in the afternoon.
Subject of June 25th meeting, "Il "Illustrative
lustrative "Illustrative Hints and Helps in Sunday
Mrs. Reed was the first speaker
and spoke of the lack of helps in the
Mrs. Sigmon told of our responsi responsibility
bility responsibility as a union for the teaching of
temperance in all things to the
scholars in -the Sunday school.
Rev. J. A. Logan gave a short
talk, dwelling on the changes in the
past few years in methods of teach teaching.
ing. teaching. Meeting adjourned till July 4th.
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Don't waste life In doubts and
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Sallow complexion is due to a tor
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Large ice tea glasses are selling at
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Dysentery is always serious and
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HEAT WAS HORRIBLE
Scores Dead in Middle West and
Millions are Suffering
Chicago, July 1. Reports receiv received
ed received up to a late hour last night show showed
ed showed that at least seventy-four persons
died yesterday as a result of the
heat wave in the central west.
The heat wave which has con continued
tinued continued uninterruptedly for six days,
extended from Denver to Pittsburg,
and as far north as Lake Superior.
Chicago with a temperature of 102
degrees was the hottest place In the
United States except Tucson, Ariz.,
where the temperature also was 102
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Of Women to Escajie Worse lliau
Death Among the Horrors of
the Mexican Resolution
Mexico City, July 2. Forty wom
en residents, most of them of the
better class, have committed suicide
in the city of Durango since the oc occupation
cupation occupation last week by the rebels. The
women became desperate as the re result
sult result of their treatment by the victor victorious
ious victorious rebels. Consular advices Fay
the rebels who entered Durango con conducted
ducted conducted themselves like bandits,
burning a large part of the business
section after looting it and joining In
the wildest excesses. The report
says that foreign flags were not re respected,
spected, respected, t
OLLIK MORRIS' MARKET OPEX
The market rormeny "known as the
OUie Mordls Is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and flsh.
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. .Phone number 315. Come,
to the old stand and be treated-right
Ad. OLLIE M0RDI3,
.25 and 50c
10, 25 and "50c ,.
.25. and 50c
,. . 25
V. .25 and 50c
i . 50c
OCALA EVENING STAlt, WEDNESDAY, JUL 1, 1913
OCALA EVEflifIG STAB
Blttlascr A Carroll, Proprietor
n. II. Carroll, General Manager
Port V. Leavengood, Ilaslnesa Manager
J. It. Benjamin, Editor
entered in the postofflce at Ocala,
i ia., as second class matter.
KOONEV8 PLA N FOR ROADS
hopelessly surpassed these three
Bhip3 in sea power. The Star thinks
It Is a shame to so treat the Oregon,
which should be preserved, even as
the old Constitution was.
OCALA'S FINANCIAL INCREASE
Secretary Rooney of the Board of
irade has lots of useful ideas
many he originates, and whenever he
sees a good one he goes and grahs
, Rooney believes in good roads, and
ne is ODsessed with the idea tnat, U
people wanted them as much as they
want some other thing3 that are not
so important, they would soon have
f While Rooney was scouting around
up In some of the big agricultural
states last summer, or perhaps sim simmer
mer simmer before, he noticed how the peo people
ple people in some of the said states had a
habit of adding a national highway
or two to thir nnsA5Rfnn whpnfivpr
tney took a notion. Thejr would
map out a road several hundred miles
long, lying across a little state Ilk
Iowa for Instance, and all the peo
ple on both sides of the road, and
near-enough to it to make it of Lse
to them, would gather on it at day daylight
light daylight of a set day, and work like the
dickens till dark, and next day theTe
wouia De a good road across a state
In which ,England would have room
to rattle around loose.
Rooney thinks that if the people
of Marion, or any other, Florida
county : wanted good roads badly
enough they could, solve the problem
In something of the same way j and
the Star thinks that with a little
change of plan to suit a thinner pop
ulation, which would be nearly made
up for by easier work, we might
greatly increase and Improve our
roads, which, by keeping all our con
vlcts at work on them, could be
maintained in a state of efficiency
that would be a shining example to
all the remainder of Florida.
The showing by the Ocala banks
in their latest report i3 most gratify gratifying
ing gratifying to all interested in the prosper prosperity
ity prosperity of this scetion.
In twenty-siv days, the deposits in
the Munroe & Chambliss Bank have
increased by $82,952.46. This mon money
ey money would be a sufficient sum to start
a very respectable bank with. The
bank's deposits aggregate $688, $688,-110.55.
110.55. $688,-110.55. Its increase for the fiscal
year i3 $116,044.90.
The Commercial Bank, since its
last report, has accrued $48,000. The
bank has $576,881.74 on deposit and
its increase in business for the last
twelve mcnths has been large and
We have not yet received the re
port for the Ocala National, but it
also is doing a fine business.
All these reports are based on
home money, made in Marion and
immediately surrounding counties.
SUPPLEMENTED BY THE STATE
The Star deeply regrets to hear of
the death of Mr. Thomas E. Pritchett,
who, after a long illness, passed
away at his home in Candler this
Mr. Pritchett had lived for many
at Candler, and was well
All the members of the city coun council
cil council were present at the regular meet meeting
ing meeting last night. v
Chairman Weathers to whom, in
company with the city attorney, was
delegated the authority to have the
water works bonds printed and ar arrangements
rangements arrangements made for their sale, re reported
ported reported that the bonds would in all
probability be taken by the local
banks, they being the best bidders.
The banks requested, however, that
the city have the bonds inspected
and passed upon by competent legal
authority, and Attorneys R. A. Bur Bur-ford
ford Bur-ford and C. L. Sistrunk were ap
pointed to make such examination
After looking up the ordinance upon
the subject the attorneys decided that
an enacting ordinance should be pass-1
ed in connection with those already
on the DooKs so tnat tne Dona issue
could be made effective. An ordi
nance submitted by the parties at
interest, approved by the attorneys in
consultation was introduced. This
ordinance was read in full and re referred
ferred referred to the judiciary committee.
As the present bond trustees,
Messrs. T. T. Munroe, J. L. Edwards
and J. C. Boozer, will in all proba probability
bility probability be the successful bidders for
the bonds, they asked that their
resignations on said board of trus trustees
tees trustees be accepted at once.
The names of Messrs. J. J. GeriK.
E. )j. Crook and W. T. Gary were
submitted as suitable parties for the
trusteeship, and were certified to the
'Bij; Bill Anderson Temple Tonight
In "Broncho Billy's Reason," a
stirring western story.
"The Thirteenth Man," a fine Es Es-sanay
sanay Es-sanay drama.
"A Plot for a Million." Don't miss
this; It's a dandy.
'In Dixie Land." A beautiful story
of the South; the memories of an old
Come early only SO 0 seats.
Tomorrow Maurice Costello in "Mr.
MOST COMMENDABLE WORK
I wish to call attention to the ar article
ticle article in Saturday's Star from Mrs. E.
Van Hood, chairman of the Social
Center committee, a new department
in the Ocala Woman's Club, and
urge all of our friends and the
friends of, our boys and girls to give
this movement their earnest sup
port. This is a most commendable
work and under the guidance of this
very efficient committee cannot but
be of great benefit, to our young peo
pie.' Our boys and girls need the
best we can give. So through the
long summer months let every one
interested fn their welfare come for
ward and do what they can to make
these evenings pleasant ones for
them. Mrs. C. R. Tydingsr
President Woman's Club.
traveling safesinan took him all over
the state, and wherever he went he
made friends, who in common with
those in Marion county will deeply
regret to learn, they will receive his
genial greeting no more. Hei was a
firm friend of the Star, which joins
Hfrblisines-as-alSovernor for appointment.
A resolution was presented and
passed to the effect that as the city
was not in position at present to pay
over the purchase price of the water
works, it would assume responsibility
for the plant' until such time as it
was officially turned over by the
In the deep sympathy for his bereav-comPany and I)ay interest until that
ODD FELLOWS OFFICERS
The Miami Herald, which is a very
well edited paper, in a well written
article, bewails the fact that so much
of the work of bringing up the child children
ren children and safeguarding boys and girls',
is being turned over to the state, and
elghs for the old-fashioned paren
.9 m annnfllP'"'
wno guinea meir ouf ln tne
way they shou
he" Herald is all right in most of
its theory, but we are afraid it hasn't
studied its facts out as carefully as
- it should.' So far as the Star can
eee, parents are as careful of their
children as ever as far as our per personal
sonal personal observation extends, they are
The state Is taking much more
care of the children, but its care is
.mostly extended to the children of
careless or helpless or criminal par parents,
ents, parents, or orphans. If there is no nat natural
ural natural guardian to look after a child,
it Is much better for the state to step
in and give him an education and a
chance to make a decent living
when he grows up than to turn him
loose in the streets to find his rec recreation
reation recreation in the gutters and his educa education
tion education in the slums.
The state cannot do too much for
its children. They will be the state
a quarter of a century from now.
At its meeting last night, Tulula
Lodge No. 22 installed the following
officers: G. L. Taylor, N. G.; H. D.
Stokes, V. G.; W. L. Colbert, secre secretary,
tary, secretary, J. H. Benjamin, treasurer;
John F. Thompson, R. S.. N. G.;
W. C. Blanchard, L. S. N. G.; E. L.
Stapp, conductor; J. D. Wilkes, war warden;
den; warden; I. I. Strong, L. S. S.I A. Slott,
R. S. S.; Jake Brown, R. S. V,
E. Converse, L. S. V. G.; D.
coax, i u.; ieon u ,ana'JitWJz M. M
iT CAUSE OF COMPLAINT
Two or three times, the Star has
called attention to 4 the track scales
of the A. C. L., in the north side of
the city and right by the Kendrick
road crossing. These scales oblige
the trainmen to switch cars in such
a way that they are always an an annoyance
noyance annoyance and often a danger to people
who have to use. the road, one of the
most traveled thoroughfares of the
county. It looks like the railroad,
with its usual lordly indifference to
the interests of the people of this
section, will never move the scales of
its own accord, so, as they are now
in the city limits, the council should
take a hand for the relief of air who
have to use that road.
A RIGHT AND A DUTY
i 2Tnewspaper has a legal right to
''expose a business firm's methods of
doing business, provided the mo motives
tives motives of its publisher "are open to
the belief that they are in good faith
exposing those who are over-reaching
the simple and abusing the confidence
of the credulous." This was the sub-
"atance of an opinion handed down by
Judge Hand In a federal court in
New York City, denying a motion
made by E. A. Strout Farm Agency
for an injunction restraining the
Rural Publishing Company from pub publishing
lishing publishing threats to expose the plaintiff.
"While editors are 'not exempt
from the common motives of other
men,". wrote Judge Hand, "they may,
and in this case, they do, entertain a
general desire to help their readers
, and expose such as may practice upon
their credulity. That is a very ad admirable
mirable admirable purpose in a. newspaper. The
refusal of the plaintiff's advertising
long before this controversy became
acute is a corroboration of that mo motive."
tive." motive." ".
It seems that the rainy season has
set in, and the Star highly approves
of the plan inaugurated by the new
weather clerk of sending showers in
the morning. The" fattest office In
Wood row Wilson's gift would not
console us for the tank man insisting
on pulling the cord just as the paper
goes to press.
An- Ocala physician recommends
coal oil as a sure cure for red bugs.
On returning home from a picnic, re remove
move remove your clothes and proceed to
anoint yourself with johndee juice,
and you will not be
the pests. We had to leave before
we had time to ask If the red bugs
were as bad as the coal oil.
Mr. T. T. Munroe took Mr. Edgar
A Wright of the Florida Grower In
his car all around the southern part
of the county, yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Wright was much pleased with
the country and crops.
Dr. J. C. Boozer, president of the
Commercial Bank", and one of Ocala's
leading business men, has been rest resting
ing resting at White Springs, Fla., for the
past few days, and will probably go
to Glen Springs, S. C, for future- recuperation.
Mr. C. H. Dame, who has just
finished organizing a fine Woodman
camp for Port Tampa, is home for-a
few weeks, and will put in some of
his work for solid old Fort King. He
will give a special rate, and now is
a good time for young men to join
one of the finest insurance orders in
Mrs. J. C. Sullivan of Belleview,
on return to her home from a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant stay in Ocala the guest of Mrs.
Washburn for a few days, found
two letters conveying the sad intelli
gence of the sudden death of Mrs.
Cumings, widow of H. H. Cumings,
whose death was noticed in the, Star
in May. -She and her son were out
in their auto and the machine and
another collided, the shock instant instantly
ly instantly killing Mrs. Cumings and serious seriously
ly seriously injuring the son.
The negro republicans of Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma are trying to invalidate the
"grandfather clause" in the consti constitution
tution constitution of that state. They will take
it Into the federal courts. They
might as well let it alone.
Henry S. Chubb left yesterday for
Rochester, N. Y., where he will rep
resent Gainesville Lodge No. 990 at
the annual meeting of the Grand
Lodge, B. P. O. E. Gainesville Sun
:ls. old battleship Oregon
oo ) he sunk by the guns of
., Ai" tue navy. eea or
- iS pi
husetts, a few years
jtheir kind In the
targets of ; the
"" ''-hleb have
p. l wmm
time at the rate of 6 per cent per an
num from July 1.
Superintendent J. A. Campbell,
who has had charge of the plant for
a number of years, was retained in
that position for he
June 1, 1914.
Dr. E. Van Hood, president of the
city board of health, appeared and
stated that the A. C. L. Railway had
asked for an analysis of the city
water. He was instructed to com communicate
municate communicate with the president of the
Petition of Mr. C. It. Kreger to
have lights and water placed on the
streets adjoining certain, properties
in the northwestern portion of the
city, was referred to the light and
A communication from Mr. George j
Stewart was read. It requested that(
as four foot sidewalks had been con constructed
structed constructed in front of his property on
North Daugherty street before the
ordinance was passed making a five
foot walk lawful, these walks be al allowed
lowed allowed to remain as they are. Re Referred
ferred Referred to the street committee.
Mr. Stewart also requested that
the street lights on North Daugherty
street be lowered, as a present the
branches of trees prevent the lights
giving adequate service. Referred to
light and water committee.
Some time ago the light and water
committee was instructed to inquire
into the advisability of putting in
direct pressure valves at the water
pumping station to be used in case
of fire. The committee reported
favorably upon this matter and the
valves were ordered purchased.
A telephone ordinance was intro introduced
duced introduced and put on first reading. It
asked for a franchise for the use of
streets for the erection of a tele telephone
phone telephone system. The company, the
Ocala Automatic Telephone Com Company,
pany, Company, was represented by Mr. Maur
ice Strauss. Referred to the judi
The regular monthly bills which
had been approved were paid, while
those unapproved were referred to
the respective committees.
Councilman Carmichael stated that
Mr. W. J. Sheridan had agreed to ac
cept paving certificates for sidewalk
work in payment of any construction
work he was awarded without re recourse
course recourse on the city. As the Woodmar
Sand & Stone Company had recently
made a proposition on the same line,
the matter was referred to the street
The millage for the ensuing year
was fixed at 15 mills on the dollar,
divided as follows: General fund 14
mills, interest on bonds one-half
mill, sinking fund one-half mill. The
fund formerly carried for water has
been abandoned as it is contemplat
ed that the water works will be self-
sustaining and that an assessment
for this purpose is no longer necessary.
It was ordered that $500 be trans
ferred from the electric light fund
to the general fund.
The market committee was author
ized to make certain changes in the
water connections at the city market.
The opening of South. Fourth street
from Watula to Sancnez street was
ordered, the work to begin as soon
as practicable. The clerk was also
ordered to notify E. E. Converse to
immediately open South Fourth
street from Osceola street to Orange
The report of the finance commit
tee was read and ordered filed.
There being no further business.
the council, adjourned
Prof. Geo. C. Looney will begin his
coaching work at 902 Fort King ave
nue Monday, the 7th of July.
Mr. Looney, after some weeks
absence has returned to Ocala, and
at the request of friends will take
a class in stenography.
She suggests that pupils begin at
an early date, that they may have
three months to complete the course
satisfactorily and secure certificates
of efficiency. Our pupils who do this
have no trouble in finding positions
Ti o n
By deciding your banking connections in favor of the Munroe & Chambiiss
Bank, you are deciding in favor of your owa enterprise.
Your business will benefit from the thorough and complete banking service
this organization maintains. You can secure here the many advantages your
financial affairs demand. ; v r
Allow us to demonstrate to you the quality of our service. Our ofiicers
will be glad to consult with you.
The MiieFoe CliasiiMIss
J. F. JEMvlXS,
U. K. WILLIAMS
K. M. WILLI A "MS.
General Building ConfractoFS
303 Osceola Street, Ocala, Fla.; PHONE 389. Block Northeast of Postofflce
THE VERY BEST OF EVERYTHING IX BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
We are" prepared to handle all branches of Building Work, no matter how large or small. We offer our
services and materials. Carpentry, Masonry, Brick and Stone, Plumbing Steam Fitting, Lathing and Plas Plastering,
tering, Plastering, Roofing, Blacksmithmg, Special Iron Work, and all other branchet of building.
We Offer to the Trade Lime, Cement, Plaster, Roofing, Sewer Pipe, Plumbing and Steam Vitting Supplies and
Building Brick, Both Common and Pressed.
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
FOR RENT Offices in Holder
building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR RENT My little cottage at
Woodmar on Lake Weir Is for rent,
completely furnished. R. R. Carroll.
IR. 3. HARRY WALTERS
Office Telephone 78
Residence Telephone 495
We still have on nand 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
614 E. Adams St. Phone 497.
During my absence, Dr. Harry J.
Walters will be in charge of my prac-
showers tonight or Thurs
FOR RENT Five or six-room
house on Daugherty street. Apply to
Baxter Carn. 5-31-tf
WANTED Three milkers who
can milk with dry hajnAStliony
Farn3-Co.;-Anihony, Fla. 6-28-4t eod
LOST Ladies gold watch hunt hunting
ing hunting case No. 1655510, Waltham
movement No. 14190383. Finder
will be suitably rewarded by return returning
ing returning same to the Star office. 7-2-6t
LOST A bunch of beys, two desk
keys and three Yale keys; some
where between the Ocala Plumbing
& Electric Company's office and the
postofflce. Finder please leave same
at the Star office. 7-1-Gt
APPEARS TO BE A FRAME-UP
No Daintier lunch
Can be imagined than one prepared
from our deviled ham or tongue,
luncheon cheese, olives and a hun
dred other dainty and appetizing spe
cialties. And they can be made
ready in a few moments. No bother,
no cooking.- Just open and serve.
Better have a supply on-hand. They
are mighty handy to have in the
J. L Smith Grocery Co.
Next to Ocala National Bank
35 Gent Specials
In the Window.
Bring in Your
Next t0xpress Office.
Suit for Breach of Promise Brought
Against Governor Sulzer
Philadelphia, Pa., July 2. Will
iam Sulzer, of New York, was named
as defendant in a' breach of promise
suit when a summons unterpass was
urged here yesterday. According to
the plaintiff's attorney the defend defendant
ant defendant is Governor William Sulzer of
New York. The plaintiff is Miss
Mignon Hopkins, an attractive wom woman,
an, woman, about 35 years of age, "who for formerly
merly formerly lived in Brooklyn, buti who is
now employed in a department store
in this city. No papers have been
filed except a precipe giving the
names of the plaintiff and the de defendant.
Counsel for the young woman
first' applied for a capias which would
have permitted Sulzer's arrest should
he appear in this state. The judge
before whom the application was
made refused to order a capias and
suit was then begun in the ordinary
manner. The young woman's coun counsel
sel counsel declined to discuss the case, but
it is reported that the alleged con contract
tract contract of marriage was made in Sep September
tember September 15, 1903, in New York City.
Miss Hopkins, who resides here with
two sisters, also refused to say any anything
thing anything more than that Governor Sul Sulzer
zer Sulzer is the man referred to in her
Only a Frame-Up, Says Sulzer -Albany,
N. Y., July 2. "Nothing
to it." Merely another story started
by my enemies."
This was Governor' Sulzer's reply
when questioned concerning the suit
brought against him by Miss Mig Mignon
non Mignon Hopkins; of Philadelphia.
PRIMARY IN ST. PETERSBURG
First Election Held Under the Nov
St. Petersburg, July 2. The nom nominees
inees nominees of the white primary in St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg were elected commissioners
of the city at the election held yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, the first under the new com commission
mission commission form of government.
The next mayor of the city under
the new regime will be Dr. J. G.
Bradshaw, who defeated his oppon opponent,
ent, opponent, E. C. Allen, by only seven votes.
Thomas J. Northup was elected
commissioner of public safety and
polled the largest number of votes of
any candidate, winning with ease
from his nearest opponent, Bird
Latham. Mr. Northup had 426 first
choice votes, a majority of all cast.
The very latest designs and styles, tj
values from 98c to $1.50 at
1 ciiD Cl
Look at the window.
We have all sizes from 6 up.
Ocala's Leading Stores close at 1 p. m.
We are among the' Leaders
Sale Begins Promptly at 9 and lasts
till 1 o'clock.
Phone 108, City Market.
- Depositors In our Savings Depart
ment are requested to bring or inail
in their pass-books on or before
July 10th, to have interest added.
Please facilitate our work by being
prompt. 6-30-d5t wit
The Munroe & Chambltes Bank.
MHTRACTOR fis:0 BUILDER
flAYR YOlTIt CH PAISTED
B. B. Barco and a party of friends
have just returned from Ocala,
where they went hy automobile. Mr.
Barco says that the people of Marion,
Hernando and Citrus counties are
simply reveling in wealth. The crops
are better than they have been for a
number of years and the prices real realized
ized realized for the products are very grati gratifying,
fying, gratifying, Mr. Barco made the return
trip from Ocala in seven hours in
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have Just received a carload of the Famous SOUTH ERN
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
hare 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. ...
his new Bulck and says that the
roads are in splendid condition.
The law forbidding the sale of
liquors in the canal zone went into
effect July -1st snd the oases in the
Panama desert "have disappeared.
J. A. Bouvier, one of the most
skilled mechanics in the ktate has
City after V
hauling thp f
hU prof .. v Send J
proud f S
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... Eve" So?'
manv sSSx. :' . utn
some" t' ' 1 ;
OCALA EVEStXG ST&fX WEDXESDAr, JUtV ff 1013
How many times have you said, or yOUT friends
said: "I cannot, because I Have Not Got The Money?"
How many good business-chances have had to be
passed up because you did not have the money? "Get
Rich-Quick" speculation is the worst thing a man can
:do with his money. If the enterprise into which some
smooth stranger asks you to put your money where
such a good one he would keep it hot sell it to you.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4
per ceiii Interest on Savings Accounts
!AL ESTATE MB INSURANCE
Agent for a dozen, of tht best
country. Thoroughly competent to
I Will be Pleased to Care for your
F. W. DITTO
. Wre are always hammering away trying to please
our customers by giving them Honest Hardware for
their Honest Money. Don't loose your temper using
poor tools. Buy ours; they are properly tempered.
Poor tools are a poor investment Buy our good
tools and make a good investment.
"an honest raan may have a bad title through no fault of his own'
"a good man does not always mean a good title
"men pass away, titles run on forever.'
"an abstract of title is the only mean by which you can determine
-whether you are ljuvjns land or a lawsuit"
I f had onfyiac
fhtt inoiey in fne
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. repairs and pay
Fire insurance companies in the
care for your insurance business.
Business in Any of These Linos.
florida title and abstract co.
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 & 94.
Mr. and Mr3. Perry
were in town today.
Mr. and Mrs. Barfield of Coleman
were in town shopping yesterday.
Bowls and pitchers 75c, less than
cost to make. Murray & Co. It
Jell-o, the summer desert., H. B.
Masters Co. 7-2-3t
Pocketbooks from 5c. to $1. For Formerly
merly Formerly $1 to $'3.50 at Murray & Co. It
H. B. Masters Co's. shoe depart department,
ment, department, the place where they fit your
Mt. and Mrs. M. C Hill motored
up from Coleman to shop this morn morning.
ing. morning. Ledgers, journals, cash books,
counter and time books: notes,
drafts, etc. Murray & Company It
IK. V. K. LAXE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala.- Adv.
Needham & Sons are in the plumb plumbing
ing plumbing business and' solicit your "busi "business.
ness. "business. 7-2-12t
Try our ice cold buttermilk. Re Received
ceived Received daily from the Ocala Heights
Dairy. Gerig's Drugstore. 6-17-tf
Another fresh supply of Ferris
meats just arrived. H. B. Masters
Dr. Von Engelken will have charge
of Pr, McClane's practice in his ab absence
sence absence to Lake City. 6-30-5t
Vacuum coffee, Richelieu's best,
our best, the best. H. B. Masters
Mr. C. C. Sims of Tampa was a
visitor to our city on Tuesday, and
registered at the Harrington.
-"jvitation extended to those whose
;s than cost, 5 and 10c. Murray &Utmr io .oVo tu
Messrs. E. F. Smith and Robert H.
Sanders of Dunnellon are business
visitors in Ocala today.
July Victor records are just in and
nnnsimllv fine. Tipar them nt. Lms-
Pan-cake flour, we have it. Have;
some with our Richelieu maple
syrup. H. B. Masters Co. 7-2-3t
I'ourtu or Juiy paraae signs ar-
tistically painted on short notice by
the Dodge Sign Co.; 28 Magno-
Are you successful with your
J cakes lately? If not try Swan's Down
Prepared Cake Flour. H. B. Masters
Its vacation time. Why worry? A
i trip to Rivers Haberdashery will aid
you in preparing for a comfortable
The King's Daughters will meet at
the residence of Mrs. C. L. Bittinger
jtomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. A
!full attendance is urged.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rogers and;c"J"'1116 &u" c
XT n ,3 r T t T- f
Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers from
Lvnne were in the citv Tuesdav aft.
Rivers "vacation window"
men relieves you of the worry
making preparations for your vac
Mr. J. E. Peeples, representing a
Georgia agricultural machinery man
ufacturing concern, has a display ofjHyraen during the month of June,
harrows on the vacant lot just north Thirty-three colored couples applied
of the Smith Grocery Co. on Main! to Judge Smith for permission to use
Fresh bread every day and the
best there is made too. We always
keep on hand the largest line of
cakes that has ever been carried by
an Ocala bakery. Carter's Bak Bakery.
ery. Bakery. 7-2-tf
Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a
new hotel; has all modern conven conveniences;
iences; conveniences; fronts on Ocean just south
of ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day
and upwards. Special rates by the
week or month. We make a special specialty
ty specialty of sea food dinners Thursday even evenings
ings evenings and Sunday noon. 6-23-tf
Mr. A. Giddens, section foreman at
Silver Springs function, was arrested
the other day for using a knife on a
negro. He gave bond, and on prov proving
ing proving before Judge Smith that he act acted
ed acted in self defence, was discharged.
Mr. B. H. Seymour has removed
his office from the southern side of
the Murray & Co. store room, and
will transact his business for awhile
at his home on South Orange street,
un,til he can secure another office. It
speaks well for Ocala business that
the demand for office roomrr?ejis
'For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone Xo.
327. First class ear and uniformly
low prices to all. 3. C. Geiger. Ad.
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
For tan and suirourn us& Dike's
Peroxide Cream It 1s without an
eaual. Court Pharmacy. 6-13-6 1
OWNERS OP AUTOS
Appealed to for Valuable and Pa Patriotic
triotic Patriotic Aid
A special appeal is made in behalf
of the 4th of July committee to the
following owners of automobiles to
please join in the parade on the 4th,
as per program, and be in line
promptly at 9 o'clock.
Mesdame3 Burford, Hampton. OC
Green, Fred Blalock, Haycraft, Flip-
pen, Howard, Walters. Roseberrv.
uouis iorne. w. uarmicnaei. Mocker.
Holder, Tydings, Kirkland, Misses
Minnie Stovall and Alice Bullock
and following gentlemen: R. L. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, John Martin, J. M. Meffert
and sons, George Pasteur, T. T.
Munroe, Z. C. Chambliss, J. J. Gerig,
L. R. Chazal, L. N. Green, George
Rentz, E. P. Rentz, M. L. Reynolds,
H. C. Jones, R. T. Adams, C. H.
Lloyd, J. H. Spencer, R. S. Hall, W.
D. Taylor,, George MacKay, D. E. Mc Mc-Iver,
Iver, Mc-Iver, M. J. Roess, Charles Rheinauer,
Dr. Schreiber, A. G. Gates, J. P. Gal Galloway,
loway, Galloway, S. R. Pyles, Dallas Jeffcoat,
Will Jeffcoat, C. R. Kreger, Knight
& Lang, Tompkins & Cobb, C. L.
Anderson, B. F. Condon and all the
doctors as they have cars.
It is also hoped that all citizens in
Marion county with cars will come in
and join the parade, swell the pro
cession all you can and help to make
a glorious fourth. The committee
hopes if any name left out no one
will feel they have been slighted.
We want everj'one to feel welcome;
it is your celebration. Let us all turn
out and have one big, jolly fourth.
J. D. Rooney,
Chmn Fourth of July Committee.
WOMAN'S CLUB OPENS ITS
ROOMS TO YOUNG PEOPLE
The ladies of the Woman's Club
will open their club rooms to the
young people tomorrow afternoon
from 4 to 6:30 and from 7:30 to
9:30, and every Thursday afternoon
and evening the club rooms will be
jOI)en for the entertainment of Ocala's
young people who are most cordially
invited to spend a pleasant time
while there, and especially is the in-
HUiC lO IttlVCU U y Ck.ll VICCAvi 1 uci C
will be all kinds of games and music
and, dancing for those who wish.
AND NEXT DAY
ucam wnn uiversiae tomorrow
'afternoon. Game will begin at 4
o'clock. Everybody turn out to see
it. It will be even better than the
'game of a week ago.
J Ocala with Gainesville on the aft-
iernoon of the fourth. It will be one
Qf the best features of the day
The fourth of July is at hand,
and all those concerned are busy
making ready for the great event. It
is particularly up to the business
men to do their best In the way of
decoration, and they should give
their brightest ideas and most sin sincere
cere sincere energies to that task in the next
Mr. Chas. E. Thomas is home for
a few days, looking after business
affairs with his firm. His family is
i IC 1 ij V U 1 aUU II Till 1 V I UI XX t W
A number of
big ears of solid,
of corn, grown by
Mr. Fletcher C
arnes on his
south of townT'attracrTne attention
visitors to the CommerciaLBanlt.
sponded nobly to
drop belles re re-the
the re-the summons of
the same toothbrush.
A very unsalubrious looking bar barrel,
rel, barrel, full of slop, cigar stubs and
other unornaments, was destroying
the symmetry of the surroundings on
the north side of the courthouse
square this morning.
Mi Joseph Malever returned a
few days ago from Sarasota, where
he is now interested in a tailoring es establishment.
tablishment. establishment. On September 1 he will
take over one of the largest dry
goods stores in that city. This does
not mean thathe will give up any of
his Ocala interests as .the Globe will
continue to do business at "the same
old stand." He is very much taken
up with Sarasota, the home of Rube
Allyn, editor of the News and who
will probably do more toward mak making
ing making the fame of that section known
to the world within the next few
years than any man within the town
limits. We wish Mr. Malever every
success in his business ventures in
South Florida and are pleased to
learn that he will continue to live In
Needham & Sons,
bnro iUgt completed
a number of
contracts in their line, among them
the JeweU cottages on South Eighth
street, antk the residences of J. D.
McCall anil C. H. Garvaise in the
third ward.V They are now engaged
in fitting uphe new building of the
MetronolitauRealty. Company on S.
Why worry over$fte selection of
your vacation clothA; when we have
solved the problem jfor you? Look
at the window-and jpn-'ll be convinc convinced
ed convinced that we have tie "goods" for
warm weather. RiTars Haberdash Haberdashery.
ery. Haberdashery. 7-1-t
If you have any Items for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.
3frs. William Sinclair announces
fhe approaching marriage of her
daughter Beatric-v to Mr. Robert
Webber Rowe. of Massachusetts, the
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4 lii ui iiut).
inrooTTncement is of greatest
interest to the large circle of friends
of Miss Sinclair and Mr. Rowe
throughout the state, and comes as a
very pleasant surprise to many. Miss
Sinclair was reared in Ocala and is
one of the most charming and gra
cious young ladies and deeply loved
by- all who have known her from
early childhood. Mr. Rowe. while a
stranger to many in Ocala, is very
popular in Tallahassee, where for
several years he has made his home,
coming there from South Deerfield,
Mass. He is connected with the
America Sumatra Co., tobacco and
soil expert for the government and
has traveled in that interest through-4
out the world, spending much of his
time in China and Japan.
On account of the family being
in mourning, the wedding will be
very quietly solemnized at high noon,
at the home of the bride's mother,
Mrs. Wm. Sinclair, on Herbert street,
with only the immediate family cir circle
cle circle ia attendance. Following a dainty
wedding breakfast the happy pair
will take a short trip, after which
they will be at home to their friends
at Quincy, where Mr. Rowe is tem temporarily
porarily temporarily located.
Miss Beatrice Sinclair arrived from
Tallahassee yesterday afternoon and
is a most welcome visitor to her
Ocala friends as well and her mother
and brothers. Miss Sinclair has
made an envied place for herself in
the goodwill of the people of the
capital city, who have come to be
lieve she leaves home, even when she
goes to Ocala.
Miss Josephine Bullock returned'
home last night from a delightful
visiTfriends in Jacksonville. On
Friday shoCSto Tallahassee, where
for several weeks-sTle,-Jll be the
house guest of Miss Omera
The Eastern Star sewing circle met
oh Tuesday afternoon with Mrs.
Lewis E. Yonce. There was a good
attendance and after the usual time
spent in sewing' Mrs. Yonce, assist-
ea Dy ner sister, .Miss fcnn Yonge,i
served iced grapejuice and cake. Next
week the circle will meet with Mrs.
H. A. Wesson.
Dr. S. II. Blitch, Mr. Landis Blitch
and Miss Legis Blitch were in the
city a few hours today. Mr. Landis
Blitch and his college chum, Mr.
Roland Wilkerson, of St. Petersburg,
who has been his guest for several
days, left on the afternoon Coast
Line train for Lake City as delegates
to the state convention of the B. Y.
P. U. After the convention they will
go to Asheville, N. C, to remain
Mrs. Geo. H. Ford and Mrs. I. fV.
Stevens and little daughter Mar Margaret
garet Margaret came up Tuesday afternoon
from Lakeland and are the house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weath Weathers
ers Weathers and family.
Mrs. R. R. Carroll and daughter
Merris, Mrs. H. C. Jones and child children
ren children and Miss Ellen Clarkson left to today
day today for North Woodstock, N. H.,
where they will join Mrs. II: B.
Clarkson and children. They have
leased a large house at that most de delightful
lightful delightful mountain resort and will be
away for four months. They antici
pate a magnificent time and their
many friends wish for them an ideal
summer. Mr. Carroll accompanied
the party to Jacksonville.
Dr. B. B. Todd returned to At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta yesterday afternoon after a
few days delightfully spent with his
mother and family in this city.
Mr .and Mrs. Donald Fraser leave
in a day or two for their old home
in Spartanburg, S. C, much to the
regret of the many friends they have
made during their residence in this
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We are carrying a very com complete
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in bulk and packages.
All 10c packages 3 for25cts,
all 5c packages 6 for 25 cts.
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city. After a month's visit with rel relatives
atives relatives they will make theirx future
home in Shelby, N. C.
Mrs. Paul Durand and baby left
yesterday for Butler, Pa., Mrs. Dur Dur-and's
and's Dur-and's former home. They will be
away about two months visiting
friends and relative's.
m m 0
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Taylor have
returned home after( a most delight delightful
ful delightful visit with relatives in various
points of North Carolina.
Mrs. G. C. Looney returned yelter yelter-day
day yelter-day from Atlanta, where she has
been in attendance upon her father,
who has been seriously ill for many
weeks. We are pleased to learn that
she left him much improved.
Mrs. L. F. Dillard was a promi-
nent visitor to Ocala
Mrs. J. If. Hall of Tampa and her
guests, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Hollin Hollin-rake
rake Hollin-rake of Ocala, 'were visitors In th?
city yesterday looking over the manj
interesting places in the city. The
returned to Tampa on the evening
steamer. Mr. Hollinrake is a prom prominent
inent prominent railroad man, being connected
with the Ocala Northern. St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Independent. j
Mrs. George Rentz and family left
today for Asheville, N. C, wjiere
they have taken a large house for
the summer season. f
Mrs. Geo. A. Nash returned today
from a delightful visit of several
weeks with relatives in Tampa.
Ms. Tom Wallis and interesting
family are having a delightful Routing
with friends and relatives in Savan Savannah.
Mrs. W. J. Sheridan and little
daughter have returned from Day Daytona
tona Daytona Beach for a short visit. They
will return to the beach in a few
days for the balance of the summer.
Mrs. J. W. Davis and tittle daugh
ter, Virginia, went to Savannah to today
day today for a two weeks visit with Mrs.
Davis sister, Mrs. Lincoln.
Miss Marie van Engleken returned
yesterday from a week's visit with
Miss Bessie MacKay at the High Highlands,
lands, Highlands, Lake Weir.
Mrs. Mary Dodge Maddox is rapid rapidly
ly rapidly recovering after a few days of
Mrs. Lanier Robertson, who, had to
undergo quite a severe operation at
the Marion County Hospital a few
weeks ago, was able to go home
Mr. W. W. Stripling received the
sad news this morning that his
mother, Mrs, Ellen Warren, is very
sick at her home in Collins, Ga. Mr.
and Mrs. "Stripling .and daughter.
Miss Ellen, will leave for the sick
lady's bedside on tonight's train.
Mr. and Mrs. R
Hall -of Ocala
as Give an Estimte n Year
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Mrs. J. -K. AV. Hussey willb?
July 4 in Ocala with her sister, Mi.
Mrs. Mary Eagleton has gone
Philadelphia for a visit to
daughter. Miss Margaret.
. Mrs. Mary Priest, who has
visiting her daughter, Mrs. B. F. i
Morrison at Leesburg, returned to'
her home at Fort McCoy todal'
Mrs. James Taylor left yesterday
with her sweet little baby for Ten-
nessee to spend the summer visiting x
MrsV Taylor's mother, Mrs. Allen.,
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott, who have
had such a pleasant stay at Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton FpringSj returned home yester
On last Sund4jMMr &fitilrs. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Burgess, whose pretty home Is
four miles out on the Lake Weir
road, entertained at a. 'very lovely
evening dinaer in honor of the com coming
ing coming together of various members of
the McAteef family for the first time
in many yars. It Las a joyous oc occasion.
casion. occasion. Amost bountiful dinner and
an. occasjonfgrektest pleasure! a
the twenty odd seated at the table.
Mr. and Mrs. Burgess guests were :
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel McAteer and
family, Mr. and Irs. Thomas Mc McAteer
Ateer McAteer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frederick
erick Frederick McAteer and baby, Mr. and
Mrs. Harris McAteer and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dillard and chll-f
dren. Miss Maude McAteer anfl-MfT
McAteer, Sr., ancle of the McAtef-r
boyj5and girls... l''-'
Miss Mary Gates is in Lake City
this week attending the B. Y. P. U.
Little Miss Willie Mae Lang left
yesterday for several weeks visit
with her aunt, Mrs. W. W. Avera In
Mr. P. J. Theus and family hv
movea into nr. 11. Kmrtftr cot cottage
tage cottage on South Tihrd street former
ly occupied by Mr. Sim Lummus
and family. ;
If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for -my bulletin' of
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lates and Great Britain.
Astra and Rositta.
The excitement caused by Napole Napoleon's
on's Napoleon's encounter with the enemy was in indescribable.
describable. indescribable. Tho automatic electro electro-stylograph
stylograph electro-stylograph on board the American
Eagle had recorded the action of the
fleet and had made a copy of the
count's answer to America's desires.
The attack on the aerodromone wras
shown and the subsequent destruction
of the monoplanes. Napoleon Edison's
name was In large print on every
board. The Hourly Stylograph said
""God bless our deliverer!" The Amer American's
ican's American's comment was "The hero of
America." He was compared to Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, to Lincoln and many other
great American patriots. His name
was on the Hps of every, citizen.
No one watched the helioboard with
such interest and none prayed for Na Na-poleon'e
poleon'e Na-poleon'e success more sincerely than
Astra as she sat in her library with the
Astra's kindness toward the countess
had not soothed the pain she suffered.
She would have preferred a dungeon
of ancient times, where she could rave
at her and curse her, but she was a
secret service agent, and had early
learned the art of concealing her feel feelings.
ings. feelings. With passion burning in her heart
she was able to respond gracefully to
Astra. Even while she watched the
conflict of the American .Eagle and
the European fleet she was scheming.
She lived for intrigue. Her soul
craved the excitement t)f battling
minds. She considered herself still
In the employ of the Count von Wer Wer-denstein
denstein Wer-denstein eo she planned as Bie
tnought the count wjw--nare de demanded.
manded. demanded. r.r-S1''
SanlTDuprel came to report the
nts of the day at the Z ray station.
7 to put before Astra suggestions
r rurtner defense.- NaDOIeon could
not come personally, so he sent hla
He was admitted to the library
where the countees sat.
Santos Duprel was a pleasant indi individual,
vidual, individual, having, as most fat men, a
keen sense of humor. He greeted the
two beautiful women with a broad
When Rositta retired to the rooms
that had been assigned her she sat
for a long time motionless, maturing
a plan for the benefit of the Count
Astra was still at work in the
library, completing preparations for
the following -day's duties as she
closed her desk a sigh, a prayer left'
her Hps: "God save our country, and
The next morning the admiral of
the united navies of America received
'Ult.i.TS fi.lt! ill) m
The Once Armored Monoplane Wai
Shattered Into a Thousand Bits.
orders to sail with the fleet toward the
enemy. Even the formation of the
great squadron was planned in detail
The gray boats steamed toward the
east in a broad line; they arrived at
the Isolation and could see hundreds
of men-of-war before them, flying the
flags of almost every European nation,
but no sound penetrated the invisible
ray that stretched before them.
Tho Count von Werdenstein was in
despair. He and all his boats had
been imprisoned between two Z rayn
for a week. He had held councils ol
war and the quickest boats and air
crafts were sent out to break through
the lines of resistance. He was ready
to retire to Europe.
The word retreat did not seem so
shameful as it had.
They had not eeen the eagle during
this time, but the arrival of the obso obsolete
lete obsolete men-of-war told the count that
some preparation had been made by
his enemy to end this terrible state
The eagle's appearance was report
ed early one morning. It came majes majestically
tically majestically sliding downward from a great
height, flying the beautiful tricolox
fiag of liberty. This time Santos was
at the wheel. Napoleon and a woman
stood behind him. :
The bird flew directly to the flag flagship
ship flagship Not even the flag of truce wae
shown. When it reached the Brigitta
the eagle dropped down toward the
count, who stood on the bridge. His
face was pale and careworn, and his
eyes spoke of many sleepless nights.
"Brigitta, ahoy!" shouted Napoleon
through the speaking tube. "A mes message
sage message for the commander." He dropped
a large sealed letter at the count'e feet."
The eagle then turned and disappeared
in the clouds toward the west.
-Thought and carejbad ben jjutjsto
the message. It was a great docu document
ment document in-itself, but its greatest beauty
was in its expression of brotherly love,
in its magnanimity in extending mercy
to the enemy.
Rositta was present when that doc document
ument document was read finally. She was ona
of the last to touch it before It was
carefully wrapped in the silk covers;
it was she who placed the great seal
on the imposing envelope.
The count took the message and re retired
tired retired Into his cabin, where nobody
dared disturb him. He cut the enve envelope,
lope, envelope, unfolded the silk wrapping and
began to read. It was a long, concise
resume of the present state of affairs;
the chancellor was touched by the
kindness of his enemies. Notwith Notwithstanding
standing Notwithstanding the degrading defeat, he
knew now that the loss would not be
as great as he feared.
The document decided upon the fol following:
lowing: following: 1. The whole navy of the confeder confederate
ate confederate European mights shall be deliv delivered
ered delivered into the hands of Admiral John
Earle, the American commander, who
will see that all men and officers are
safely returned to European ports.
2. The war vessels shall be the prop property
erty property of the United Republics of Amer America,
ica, America, in consideration of which the said
United Republics of America will pay
a sum of money to be decided upon;
however, not less than one-third of the
actual value involved.
3. The European armies shall be im immediately
mediately immediately disarmed and the men in
service shall be returned to thfeir
4. No other force, save for policing
and a number of bodyguards for the
reigning rulers, shall be allowed to
exist m any of the countries. The
United Republics of America wilK see
that this item, in particular. Is en enforced.
forced. enforced. ,5. The United Republic! of America
will open its ports to all foreign com commerce,
merce, commerce, will give free entrance to all
European products, and also insures
free exportation into Europe for Amer American
ican American products.
6. The oriental foes on the eastern
hemisphere will be treated with when
a final settlement is agreed upon, but
until that time the Isolation in Pacific
waters will be maintained.
7. Peace shall reign over the earth;
national differences shall be settled be before
fore before an International committee that
will make its headquarters in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, the capital of the United Re Republics
publics Republics of America.
8. Any further points that may arise
in the course of events will be decided
upon after the final settlement with
the rulers of all the countries.
When the count turned over the last
page a tiny slip of paper fell to the
floor. He picked It up and glanced at
the words that were written and not
typed, as was the rest of the message.
It was a writing that he knew well.
"Don't hesitate! Accept .the treaty!
The future reets In the aerodromone,
the secret of which will be delivered to
you, sooner or later. I have kept my
contract; will talk of my reward when
Thie was not signed, but it was not
"And I," murmured the count, after
a moment, "I never thought of Rositta,
What a wonderful, clever woman she
is. But what will be her price? What
is the difference," sighed the man who
had suffered so much the last few
days. "The next time we meet it will
be in the air."
He regained his calmness, finished
the paper and refolded it. He placed
Rositta's message in his pocketbook.
Twenty-four hours were given for
consideration. He called his admirals
together at four o'clock that afternoon.
The council eat until late that night
When the admirals and captains left
for their respective boats they were
depressed. The world seemed to have
reached the millennium.
One thing they were certain of. That
was that they did not know how they
would earn a living when released
from military duty.
When Napoleon came for the an
swer, he received the original docu
ment signed by the commander in
chief and all the commanders of the
respective nations of the European
When the American Eagle appeared
for the first time above the capital its
mission was to announce that peace
on earth would be established.
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red H .Lang of Montreal, Canada, a
college student, is spending his vaca vacation
tion vacation at the. springs with his friend,
Mr. A. H. Still.
Mrs. Mathew M. Kenney of Lake'
Butler is visiting her sister, Mrs: J.
j W. Townsend. t
) Mrs. W. L. Cowart. who has been
: quite ill the past week, is able to be
.'-"Miss Grace Wells of Sisco, who
has been visiting her brother, Mr'
jRandal Wells, returned to her home,
jlast Saturday. j
j Mr. R. M. Overend, whose farm is
.out at Island Lake, had the mis-,
) fortune to lose a valuable horse last"
Thursday during an electric storm.
Lightning struck the animal and it'
was killed instantly.
Mr. T. J. Baxter of the Ocala'
Northern, was a business visitor,
here last Thursday. i
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Davis "of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville are the guests of Mr. J. W.
Townsend and family.
After spending the winter here,'
Mr. Bart Levera and family left last'j
Wednesday for Butte City, Mon. j
Mrs. Ellie Fort of Tampa return-,
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pleasant visit of some weeks to her,
father, Dr. G. B. Parramore. j
Rev. M. M. Lord filled his appoint-j
ment here last Sunday and preached
a very interesting sermon in the
morning and left to speak to the
people at Kenwood in the afternoon.
Mr. James Sims of Emeralda was
a visitor here last week.
Mr. W. L. Cowart was a business
visitor to Ocala yesterday.
Miss Susie Ervin who has been a
;pleasant visitor here returned to her
home in Ocala yesterday.
Miss Alice, Mathews of the United
States bureau -of labor statistics,
Washington, D. C. who spent part
of last week here, had quite an ad adventure
venture adventure in the spring. She had been
swimming around and her arms were-
a little tired and she stopped to rest
and found she could not touch bot bottom.
tom. bottom. She became frightened and
sunk. She rose and began to sink
the second time when Mr. -Kenney
Townsend noticed her danger and
rushed in .and Tescued her. She
quickly recovered and seemed her herself
self herself in a few minutes.
Mr. W. H.- Massey, Jr., of Santa
Fe, is visiting his home folks this
Work has begun on the hard road
from this place to Orange Creek
landing on the. Oklawaha river.
When it is finished it will be a fine
drive and some of the men are try trying
ing trying to get the work done.
Mrs. McMullen, who Is engaged in
the poultry business, Is having great
success. She has young chicks
which weigh a pound and a half of
the Buff Orpington variety. She also
has Bourbon' turkeys and Indian
Mr. Fletcher has the lumber on
the ground for his new house, which
he hopes to finish soon.
HID .YOUR CHILDREN OF WORMS
You can change fretful, ill-tempered
children into healthy, happy
youngsters, by ridding them of
worms. Tossing rolling, grinding of
teeth, crying out while asleep, accom accompanied
panied accompanied with intense thirst, pains in
the stomach and bowels, feverish feverish-ness
ness feverish-ness and bad, breath, are symptoms
that indicate worms. Kickapoo Worm
Killer, a pleasant candy lozenge, ex
pels the worms, regulates the bowel3,
restores your children to health and
happiness. Mrs. J. A., Brisbin, of El
gin, 111., says: "I have used Kicka
poo Worm Killer for years, and en
tirely rid my children of worms.
would not be without it." Guaran-
All, druggists, or by mail
25c. Kickapoo Indian Medi-
Cp., Philadelphia and ,St.
Six niiho: perBons make their Hr Hr-Ing
Ing Hr-Ing under ground, working In mines
and iua tries That number is about
twice the population of this country
wlen it decided To cut away from
England and go "ft alone. Those six
million workers dig four billions of
wealth a year cut of the bowela of
Buy it now. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is al
most certain to be needed before the
summer is over. Buy it now and be
prepared "for such an emergency
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Water in the Desert.
Yarp. :.he English naturalist, who
nas explt: ed the mountain range of
the Malay peninsula, reports the fact,
not generally Known, that In several
species. of bamboo the hollow inter inter-nodes
nodes inter-nodes the parts of the stms between
tbe joints are stored with farge quan quantities
tities quantities of naturally filtered water The
kfc-v'-e of lhi3 fact might be cf
re vice In an enieigency
This is a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will na
return. It acts on the liver better thai
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25
T-asKed the audience to lend me
their ears," said the verbose speaker.
But in three-quarters of an hour they
were dozing." "I see," replied tho
financier. "They called the loan.
V For soreness of the muscles,
whether induced by violent exercise
or Ja jury, there is nothing better
than Chamberlain's Liniment. This
liniment also relieves- 'rheumatic
pains. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Use for Ccal Dust.
Coal dust, found In every bin, is
usually wasted. Have It brought In a
settle and add sufficient water to
m.'e It moist. Bank It upon the fire
end you will have no fault to find
with the result lor hours.
1 ltrcm .SJ.iSS. . w B imx
WE WANT TO BE THE BIG NOISE IN OUR BUSINESS
N THIS COMMUNITY. THE WAY WE INTEND TO DO IT
IS BY "MAKING GOOD." WE WILL, GIVE YOU A FAIR
PRICE ON THE BEST LINE OF LUMBER TH AT COMES
TO THIS COUNTY. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. AND IF
YOU BUY FROM US ONCE YOU WILL GO NOWHERE
ELSE. WE WILL SEE THAT YOU ARE SATISFIED.
They are before you
under your fingers,
ready to imprint them themselves
selves themselves on the paper at
a single stroke, if your
typewriter is a
Model 10 Visible
Writing in sight is of course important, and the Writing' of the Smith
Premier is always in sight But this is not all. Every character written
by the Smith Premier is in sight--not simply when it is written, but
all. the time. It is the only typewriter on which, everything is visible,
from each and every character on the keyboard to the writing on the paper.
And this is only one of. the Fourteen new features of ihe Model 10
Smith Premier Typewriter,
Let us send you a catalogue which will tell you about them alL
Smith Premier Department
Remington Typewriter v Company'
226 W. Bay Street. Jacks)nvIIle, norida
$39.05 New York and Philadelphia,
Pa., and return. Sold daily to
September 30. Limit Oct. 31.
Monteagle and Sewanee,
and return. July 1, 3, 10,
31; Aug. 4, 14. Limit
5. Summer school.
$47.55 Chicago, 111.,
Sold daily to Sept.
$62.65 Denver Colo.
Limit Oct. 31.
LOW RATES TO MANY OTHER POINTS.
Stop Overs Allowed. Fasl
For information or reservations
ticket agent or
J. G. KIRKLAND.
Divi3 ion Passenger Agent, Tampa, Fla.
QUINIHEAHD iRQH-THE MOST
EFFECTUAL GENERAL TOIiiC
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Cxriblnes both
in Tasteless form. The Qsivlrx drfrres
out Malaria and the Iron fcullis up
the System. For Adults and
You know what von are taking when
you take GROVE'S TASTELESS chill
TONIC, recognized for 50 "-eats throttgh throttgh-out
out throttgh-out the South as tho nviiard Malcria,
Chill and Fever H "1" General
Strengthening Toic. W :,s strong as
the strongest bitter ton'c, hv.l yoidonot
taste tli; bitter because tl:e ingredients
do not dissolve in tbe mouth but do dis dissolve
solve dissolve readily in the acids of the stomach.
Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean
it. 50c. :..
There is Only One "BROMO QUININE" Thai is LAXATIVE BROMOUININ
Look for sigi-ature of E. W. GROVL, every box. Cures a Cold in One Day. 25c.
$35.00 Baltimore, Md., and Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D: C, and return. Sold
daily to Sept. 30. Limited to Oct.
$19.20 Knoxville, Tenn., and re return,
turn, return, June 22, 23. 24, 28, 29;
July 5, 6, 12" and 19. Limit 15
days from date of. sale. Exten Extension
sion Extension to Sept. 30.
$37.05 Cincinnati, Ohio, and return.
July 26, 27, 28. Limit Aug 5.
Extension to Aug. 20. L. O. O. XI.
Lo3 Angeles and San Francisco.
Low round trip tickets.
Trains. Steel Pullmans.
on any Atlantic
Ticket Agent, Ocala,
RELIEVES PAIH AND HEALS
AT THE SAME. TIKE
The Wonderful, Oli Reliatle Dr. Porter's
Antiseptic Healing OIL An AntisepJ:
Surgical Dressing discovered by an
Old R. R. Surgeon. Prevents Elood
Thousands of families know it alread
and a trial will convince you that J)k,
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC II KALI N
OIL is the most wonderful remedHv
discovered for Wounds, Burns, O
Ulcers, Carbuncles, Granulatetl -,
Sore Throat, Skin or Scalp D
all wounds and external disca
slight or serious. ContinuaUy
finding new uses for this famous old
remedy. Guaranteed bv vour Drt-rist
vcmean u. oc, Uc, Jl.tX)
mo-rf s. -skua.
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