The vacation season is just begin beginning
ning beginning and thoe in need of Trunks
should call and see our prices.
The Furniture Men
At right prices
OCALA, FLOBIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 11, 1913
The Furniture Men-
MIKADO'S 11111 IS
Seem Determined-to Force the Arhi
trament of Anns on
ToV.io, July 11. The government
i:, having difficulty breaking tip anti-
American meetings. The younger
element is busy denouncing the Jap-
failed in settling the California ques question.
tion. question. They say the time has arrived
for the people to assume a more de determined
termined determined attitude and extend the na national
tional national prestige.
It has been decided to continue
the attempts to arouse public opinion
by further anti-American meetings
and the distribution of manifestoes.
Tie speakers who advocate the
most radical measures toward the
United States were the same men
who have daily tried to stir up the
Japanese public during the last
tioardman, July 11 Mr. Frank
Heed stopped over in Boardman Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J.
II. Reed. He is enroute to Anderson,
S. C. for a visit to-his parents. His
many friends were glad to see him.
Olma Keep of Micanopy, is home
for an extended visit with her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ii. B, Keep.
Miss Edna Thompkin3 of Leesburg,
arrived in Boardman Wednesday for
a visit with her relatives, Mr. and
Mrs. E. D. Boyer and family.
.Good rains have fallen in this sec section
tion section the past few days, much to the
delight of every one,
Mrs. A- L. Smith of Jacksonville
vas 'a business visitor here a couple
of days last. week.
II. E. Milton was a business vis visitor
itor visitor to Gainesville Tuesday.
Misses Bessie and Viola Peeples
went to Gainesville Tuesday, return returning
ing returning Wednesday afternoon.
.Mrs. J. It. Moorhead of Ocala was
the guest of Mr.. and Mrs. J. II. Reed
F..XCURSIOX TO JACKSONVILLE
To Jacksonville, Fla., and return,
tickets on sale Monday, July 21st,
nnd limited to that day, for $1.50 for
the round trip
For further ih forma
Hon call on depot ticket agent, S. A.
L. Railway. F. L. Ellis, Depot Ticket
Agent, Ocala, Fla.
A BAD LIVER robs you of energy, strength and
ambition. To rid yourself of the burden, take
SI MM O Ell S
(TOE POWDEK FORM)
It is a fine strengthening medicine for a torpid liver. The weakened
organ responds promptly to its powerful reviving influence. Jt corrects
the stomach and digestion. Purifies and regulates the bowels. Drives
out that languid half-sick feeling, makes you' feel bright, vigorous
and cheerful. Try it.
OtO mt OCALCR. MICI, LAROK PACKAGE. 1.0O.
Ak for th genuinn with the Red 7. on th label. If you cannot K't It remit to at, we will
end mail postpaid. Himmosi LWer K-uItor i pot up alio in liquid form for tboao who prefer
it. 1'iice, tl.UO per bottle. Look for the lied Z label.
J. H. ZEILIN A, CO.. PROPS.. ST. LOUIS. MO.
"an honest man may have n bad title through no fault of his own"
"a good man does not always mean a good title
"men pass away, title run on forever.'
"an abstract of title is the only means by which you can determine
whether you are buying land or a lawsuit"
fa up -Phone 300
OS I MID M
UV MISS SEBRIX(i
Jacksonville, July 11. Miss Inez
Sebring, tesaB seventeen-year-old
daughter of W.:. Sebring, a wealthy
realty operator, and granddaughter
of Gen. W. II. Sebjing, former mayor
iof Jacksonville and a Confederate
j general, is In a local hospital with a
j bullot wound, in her head, the result
j?f an attempt to kill herself at her
yss Sebrlng has
over the death of her mother several
months ago and had become melan melancholy.
choly. melancholy. Her parent had her at At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Beach for. two weeks past in
hopes that the gay season there
would distract her. She came home
yesterday noon and between 5 and C
o'clock, after talking for some time
to a girl friend, retired to her room
and fired a bullet into her head. The
surgeons thiifk that she will die.
CARD OF THANKS
Editor Star: I take this method
of expressing my appreciation to the
people of Sparr and surrounding
community for the kindness shown
myself and family during our short
stay among them and especially dur during
ing during my sickness there and also for
the kindness shown my family since
I came to Hot Springs, There are
some as kind-hearted people at Sparr
as can be found anywhere. They are
truly the salt of the earth. I cer certainly
tainly certainly am under many obligations to
them. I would like to have the
language to express my gratitude. I
have passed through some trying or ordeals
deals ordeals since coming to Hot Springs.
J. N. Simmons.
323 Pleasant St., Hot Springs, Ark.
A meeting of the stockholders of
the Ocala Athletic Association wilFbe
held at 3:30 p.-'m., July 23, 1913, in
the directors' office of the Munroe &
Chambliss Bank at Ocala, Fla., for
the purpose of electing officers and
transacting such other business as
may come before the meeting.
7-9-23 C. W. Hunter.
KMfSIITS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala L'tdo No.' 1. Conventions
.! h'H every Monday a 7:30 p. m. at
r ' v ,
'drugstore. A cordial welcome to
,n r brothers. jj. V. Tompkins. C,
'Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
C'naf. K. Sage, K. R
florid" title and abstract co.
Let us Clve an Estimaie n Year
SJoaey on Any Work in Onr Lines
4-4. eiperta we 'are la r-"ltlan to jcuarantee f-
J B(fiir( to fcland the taspertlva of Ibe mt
t notaluff to tet our fl km rets nat! yon are the
ire. the etuitraet r not. Give nm a trial.
How the People of Northeastern
Michigan in One Day Built a
Nearly 10,000 business and profes professional
sional professional men, farmers, and laborers
in eight counties of northeastern
Michigan made road builders of
themselves at five o'clock in the
morning of a recent June Monday
designated as "Bee Day." When
they threw down their tools and plod plodded
ded plodded homeward at dusk they had
completed an almost unbroken line
of graveled highway nearly 300 miles
long, from Bay City on Saginaw Bay
to the northern tip of Michigan's
lower peninsula, opposite Mackinac
Island. Mile after mile of corduroy,
sand holes, and swamp lands had
been included in this stretch the day
If one pictures, mayors of cities
and towns, state officials, millionaire
lumbermen, and millmen slaving in
the hot sun, hewing with picks and
axes at corduroy road slabs, throw throwing
ing throwing stones, shoveling sand and grav gravel,
el, gravel, leading plow horses, or perform
ing any- other of the innumerable
tasks which form part of the work of
road building, one has an idea of the
spirit which animated northeastern
Michigan and made successful the
Bee Day of the Lake Huron Shore
Good Roads Association.
L. G. Dafoe, mayor of Alpena,
Mich., went without his breakfast
that he might get in a gondola car
of gravel to which he had been as assigned
signed assigned to shovel for the day.., William
A. Comstock, regent of the Univer
sity of Michigan and president of the
Milwaukee Northern Railway, left
his home at four o'clock the morn
ing of Bee Day, and the relief auto
mobile sent after him by friends who
thought him lost on the road found
him that evening helping to make a
success of a farmers' dance which
wound up one section of the bee.
Scions of the oldest and most power
ful families of the district sweated
at the road bee side by side with
farm hands and laborers.
To appreciate the full significance
of Bee Day, one had to journey into
the wilds of Presque Isle county,
which is .thickly settled with Polish
people. No longer than five years
agq these people repeatedly voted
down proposals for the adoption of
the county and township road sys system.
tem. system. They cleared and wor-ked first-
class farms and built substantial
houses, 'but they shut themselves off
from the rest of the world by roads
These. people turned out en masse
on Bee Day. Whole towns were de
serted. They closed their stores
and their little cement-front banks,
hung out Ihe holiday sign, and set to
work on the road in company witn
the farmers who for a day were let letting
ting letting crops take care of themselves.
The Poles sang old-country songs as
they worked, cheered by frequent
drafts from a wagon loaded wun
kegs of beer to which picnic pumps
were frequently applied.
It Is estimated that over loo.oou
cubic yards of gravel, sand, and earth
were moved on Bee Day. Light
counties and forty-six townships
were holding bees at once. Five
thousand, teams were at work, and
50 automobiles carried workers
back and forth from cities along the
route to help the farmers. Over two
thousand women, some of whom
walked long distances, because all the
teams were busy on the bee, prepar prepared
ed prepared and served dinner for the men
beside the road.
DRUGGIST GIVES MONEY BACK
Dodfton'a Liver Tone Get a Four
Square Guarantee frqm tbf
When an article Is sold a druggist
who is willing to give it his personal
guarantee it's a mighty strong proof
of real merit.
That's exaetly the case with Dod-
son's Liver Tone. It Is a pelasant pelasant-tasting,
tasting, pelasant-tasting, vegetable remedy for a slow
and sluggish liver. Since Dodson's
Liver Tone came on the market the
sale of calomel has gone 'way down.
The reason is simply this: Dodson's
Liver Tone is safe and harmes and
guaranteed to be satisfactory calomel
Is often uncertain, sometimes danger
ous, and no druggist wants to guar guarantee
antee guarantee that -it won't knock you out of
a day's work and maybe sen3 yu to
The Court Pharmacy sells Dodson's I
Liver Tone and guarantees it. For
you and your children, It's a goad
thing to keep a bottle always in the
The Court Pharmacy will give you
your money back if you think Dad Dad-son's
son's Dad-son's Liver Tone is not worth the
price. "Keep your liver working and
your liver wiU not keep you from
working," is good advice to go by. 6
OCALA LODGR ?fO. 20, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
secoTii and fourth Tuesday evenings in
oach month. VIs'Mng brethren always
welcome. Chas W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary Ad.
UNSIGHTLY FACE, SPOTS
Are cured by Dr. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment, which heals all skin erup
tions. No matter how long you have
been troubled by itchiag, burning, or
scaly skin humors, just put a little
of that soothing anticeptic, Dr Hob-
son's Ointment on the sores andthe
suffering stops instantly. Healing
begins that very minute. yociors
use It in their practice and recom recommend
mend recommend it. Mr. Alleman of Littletown,
Pa-, says: "Had eczema on fore forehead;
head; forehead; Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint Ointment
ment Ointment rnrerf it in two week." Guar
anteed to relive or money, refunded!
Price 50c, 'Pfeiffer unemscai to.
Philadelphia and SL Louis.
1 1 Ocala by Tydln;rs f C k-
ANNUAL PICNIC AT OXFORD
The annual picnic and barbecue at
Oxford, Fla., will take place the first
Saturday in August this year. Base Baseball
ball Baseball and other amusemeDts too num numerous
erous numerous to mention will be indulged in
during the day. Let everybody come,
and make this the eclipse of the Ox Oxford
ford Oxford gatherings. Plenty or refresh refreshments
ments refreshments will be served, benefit of the
Pine Level cemetery. Remember the
date is August 2, 1913.
I. P. Rainey.
J. L. Bailey.
J. C. Lee.
STATE UNIVERSITY CATALOGUE
The new catalogue of the state
university at Gainesville is now be being
ing being distributed. This is a book of
2rC pages, and sets forth in inter interesting
esting interesting detail the opportunities offer offered
ed offered to the Florida boys free of any
cost save that of the actual expense
of living. The catalogue describes
eleven commodious university build buildings,
ings, buildings, and the university domain of
over six hundred acres,, the library
and laboratories, the wood and ma machine
chine machine shops, the college farm, the
horticultural gardens, the experiment
station, farm, etc.
Complete information on the five
colleges and the other departments
of the university is given. These de departments
partments departments are liberal arts, agricul agriculture,
ture, agriculture, engineering, (civil, electrical
and mechanical), law, and the teach teachers'
ers' teachers' college and normal school; also,
the agricultural experiment station,
extension division, and a graduate
This catalogue also contains inter
esting data on the extension depart
ment, embracing correspondence
courses in agriculture, boys' corn
clubs and girls' garden and canning
clubs, etc. On the roll of faculty and
officers sixty;one persons are listed.
Although the school was established
in 1905 there were forty-six grad graduates
uates graduates at the last commencement,
and a total enrollment of three hun hundred
dred hundred and twenty-two young men
from twenty-one states and foreign
The student activities include lit literary
erary literary and scientific societies, Greek
letter fraternities, Young Mens
Christian Association, glee club, or
chestra, athletic association, etc.
A very noteworthy matter in the
catalogue is a complete outline of
courses in Bible studies. Courses In
Old and New Testament history; the
English Bible in literature; Old and
New Testament Greek; and the Bible
as an ethical and religious guide are
offered at the university with a view
of preparing young men for service
In the Young Men's Christian Asso
elation,, for welfare work in mills or
social settlements, for service in Sun
day schools and the like.
With the advantages here offered
at such low cost to the boy, and with
the delightful winter climate of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, permitting out-dobr recreations
the year around, an advantage which
the institutions of the more northern
states do not possess, it would seem
that the Florida boy has but little, if
any excuse for leaving the state for
a college education.
Make your wants, in office supplies
known to Murray & Company and
have them, fit you up, 7-10-3t
R. D. FULLER
Over the Munroe & Chambliss Bank
J. E. CHACE
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
L. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
31. C. IZLAR
Office Law Library Buildlp
J. G. PURVIS
Office Over -Nash Dry Goods Store
JOSEPH li -V. V V-.'A
.'A V-.'A ' m
rwi nrotf and
1' l: : ri
At: v. A t
Worth Too Much to the Country to
Risk Their Lives Fighting a
San Francisco, Cal., July 11 Five
soldiers are reported turned to death
and half a dozen little hamlets and
towns at the foot of Mount Tamal Tamal-pais
pais Tamal-pais await their salvation or destruc destruction
tion destruction while the fire which has swept
the mcuntain for three days is reach reaching
ing reaching toward the plains and vineyards
to the north, and the Muir Woods
National Park on the south.
Every available soldier from the
San Francisco Presido and Fort Win Win-field
field Win-field Scott on this side of the bay and
Forts Baker and Barry across the
Golden Gate, is fighting the fire, side
by side with civilians, and sailors
from the United States war vessels.
Probably 6,000" men are on the fire
lines, seeking to beat back' or wear
down a blaze which broke out with
increasing fury late yesterday and
extended early in the morning over
a ten-mile sweep.
Plunkett Irizes His Gun pointers
Capt. Charles P. Plunkett, com commanding
manding commanding the cruiser South Dakota,
marched 00 of his men from the
Mill Valley station up the border of
the fire in Cascade canyon yesterday,
took a look at the fire and marched
them back again. Captain Plunkett
"It would fake all the people in
California to put but that fire. Let it
burn out. I have expert gunpointers
among my men,, worth $15,000 apiece
to the government. I am not going
to risk their lives."
Belleview, July 11. The W. C. T.
U. met at the beautiful new home of
Mrs. May Wilkin, with nine members
and five visitors present, July 8th.
The devotional meeting -was con conducted
ducted conducted by. Mrs. Evans, she reading
the first thirteen verses of the 107th
psalm and all repeating the Lord's
prayer, followed by singing "Blest be
the Tie that Binds." The propriety
of holding a social with a set pro program
gram program discussed, the object being to
apply on dues, they having been in increased
creased increased from-CO cents to $1 at the
last state convention. A motion to
have each member pay 65 cents in
stead of 60 cents, that being the
amount required to send to the state
treasurer, and postpone the social un until
til until after the medal contest, which is
being arranged for. Motion carried.
Reading by Mesdames Sullivan and
Fielding, subject: "Disposing of a
Barrel of Woes." Ladies all rejoiced
that the infant county, Pinellas, had
gone dry, and that St. Petersburg
showed her colors' for temperance
Eleven visits to the sick reported
for the last month.
Treasurer reported 65 cents for
each paid up member sent to state
treasurer. All out of debt and $2.62
in the treasury.
Temperance literature for the con contemplated
templated contemplated campaign was distributed
among those present to give out.
The members all voted to stand by
and encourage the medal contest
work to be superintended by Mrs. J.
C. Sullivan, she having had experi experience
ence experience in that line of work. On motion
it was decided to have a mother's
jneeting next regular meeting at Mrs.
On motion adjourned.
Mrs. A. Nott, Secy pro tem.
Mr. Kilpatrick has moved his gro grocery
cery grocery store into the building formerly
occupied by Mr. Dudley. He is
worthy of some of your patronage,
and will always greet you with a
Mr. Wiehe is looking happy these
days in anticipation of surprising
his wife and little Alice on their re
turn from an out of town visit, with
a ride in his new auto.
John Briathwait has gone to Tam
pa, where a lucrative position awaits
Rev. Jones has his beautiful ten-
room house enclosed, and it surely
s an ornament to the town. Brother
Jones is a hard worker.
The Boyantown's have gone to
their home in the north, having com
pleted their contract of lighting the
town. The lights are a success, and
all who do not "prefer lonesomeness
rather, etc.," are happy.
Our major says, "Oh, my, isn't
this weather awful?" He is not slim
Gertrude Carter is getting ready
to go to Tampa on a visit and ex expects
pects expects to be one of a party to take an
auto trip up into Georgia, in her
uncle Frank's car.
Mrs. Brown and her son, Monroe,
are living in Mrs. Bushes house and
they are very much improving the
place. Monroe is a worker
Mr. Willlkins' front porch presents
a fine appearance with its stone arch
es an3 posts, the last work of Mr.
Cowles before leaving for the north.
The busiest place in town at the
present writing is at Gale & Motts
new brick store. The roomy ware warehouse
house warehouse at the rear is just completed
and Is already well filled. They sure
ly are carrying a fine line of dry
goods, groceries, shoes, etc., and at
prices that no one ean complain of.
All in the store- look happy and con contented
tented contented and they sure are a busy lot
of people. Mr. Bias ice cream parlor
being so near by, Mr. Gale manages
to keep cool and smiling. Frank
Gale and Ernest Mott manage to get
over the town taking orders, and de delivering
livering delivering goods, their speed rate quite
sufficient to create a breeze, so neces necessary
sary necessary for any degree of comfort these
. Don't forget that the Marion Hotel
is open, and that a tonsorial office is
located there, where a good shave
and hair cut can be had equal to any
in the country. Mr. and Mrs. Cook
and family, pleasant people. Mr.
Cook seem proficient in whatever
he undertakes. By the way, he is
bard to equal as a photographer, as
his pictures show. "Xothimr suc succeed,
ceed, succeed, like success,"
DR. W. K. IiAXE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Xose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building. Ocala. Adr..
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, July 11. Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Albertson went to
DeLand last Monday to visit their
relatives there and expect to be. gone
two or three weeks. They expect to
visit Daytona and other places be before
fore before returning home.
Messrs. Wm. Carey, Chas. Gates
and Lawson Sigmon spent the fourth
There was quite a large crowd over
from Summerfield on the fourth to
have a picnic at the Bay View place.
The Summerfield band furnished the
music for the day and the young
folks enjoyed themselves bathing.
Mrs. George Hickey- received the
sad news this week of the death of
her only sister who lived in Chicago,
and sympathy goes out to Mrs.
Hickey in her bereavement.
There is quite a call for houses to
rent over on our side of the lake,
and if they could be procured we
would have quite a summer popula population.
tion. population. Irene Henderly entertained Mabel
Lj tie and cousin on the fourth.
Mr. and Mrs. James Scott, who
have spent the past year at the
Carnell place, have gone to Ocala to
visit with their friends there for a
few days before journeying north northward.
ward. northward. We are sorry to see them leave
Quite a good many from here at attended
tended attended the picnic at Stanton on the
The lumber is expected any day to
be used in the two new bungalows
that Mr. Bickley is going to have
built on his lot near the lake.
For soreness of the muscles,
whether induced by violent exercise
or injury, there is nothing better
than Chamberlain's Liniment. This
liniment also relieves rheumatic
pains. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Goes Willi Every Package
of Pratt's Preparalei
Pratt Food Company
We guarantee all our preparations to do exactly what we claim
If they fail to satisfy you we authorize our dealer to promtly
refund your money.
J. S. KELLER, President,
IN USE 38 YEARS
GET THE BEST AND GET RESULTS
Below is a list of some of Pratt's Remedies which we"carry in
Pratts Poultry Regulator .25 and 50c
Pratts Baby Chick Feed 10, 25 and 50c
Pratts Roup Cure 25 and 50c
Pratts Powdered Lice Killer.. . . .... . .". .. 25c
Prnttc White Tlinrrhooii PomoHir 9K
..r.J A .WW M. .A W M ..VIII J
Pratts Disinfectant, Gallon Tins
Pratts Head Lice Ointment.
Pratts Sore Head Chicken PoxRemedy . . . 2fJ
Pratts Animal Rerulator
Pratts Colic Cure.
Pratts Cow Tonic
Pratts Hog Cholera Specific
Pratts Fly Chaser.
Mo Tea FM
Dr. Woods Hutchinson, the Famous
.ICE IS YOUR HEALTH GUARDIAN, YOUR BEST
FRIEND IN HOT WEATHER.
OUR ICE IS CHEAP ENOUGH FOR EVERYBODY
TO HAVE PLENTY OF IT.
OCALA ICE &
. E. McCLANE, M.B,
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASE r
THE Dr. PnCLANE -..MEDICAL, SU. :
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McCLme'e Residence, No." 407.
OfUce Suit 1 to 7, Holder Block, Southwest Corner Public fn
Xavy Has Captured. Port of Kavala
and Army 'Occupied Valley
Athens, Greece, July 11. A Greek
naval force has occupied the seaport
of Kavala on the Aegeaen Sea," hith hitherto
erto hitherto in the hands of the Bulgarians.
The valley of StnnsHza has also
been taken possession of by Greek
. CARD OF 'THANKS 'THANKS-We
We 'THANKS-We wish to thank the -many friends
for the kind and loving deeds thai
were offered during the last li"ours
of our father and husband. Yre also
thank the nurses for their kind atten attention
tion attention to him and the doctor for his at attention.
tention. attention. And our thanks are offered
for the many beautiful lowers.
Mrs. T. E. Pritchett.
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- ;
factured 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
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer one hundred 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.
tion. constipation. Adv
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OCA LA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1913
OOaLA EVEniHG STAB
ISItilDgrer A Carroll, Proprietor
R. It. Carroll, General Manage
Tort V. I-earengouJ, Balae Manager
-- J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Kntered Jn the postofflce at Ocala,
PU., as second class matter.
A GOOD EXAMPLE
The article headed, "Making the
Dirt Move," from Collier's Weekly,
op another page, is in time with Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Rooney's ideas, and shows
what a community or a state, can do
for itself, without waiting for legis legislation
lation legislation when, the people take hold.
When the writerwas a bor, he at attended
tended attended moro than one neighborhood
road-making, where the people did
a lot of work, and had a, lot of fun,
and that in a country where rocks
and hills and stiff cUv soil made
wurK cen times harder than it would'
Dejnlonda. Mr. Rooney says he
imuw uiu wud any man, ana
that tViora (a n s .i ,1 .a i.. ii i
-x uccueu uniy me exainpie
rsnegood county to set the state on
3r"W"Nlimie-made Work on srood
roads. Why shouldn't Marion be the
IT WOULD BE OUT OF PLACE
A special to the Times-Union from
Washington says: "It is not often
that republican members of Congress
ask that speeches of democrats be in inserted
serted inserted in the Congressional Record,
but this is what happened here today
Congressman Austin :, of Tennessee,.
republican, read the speech of Rep-
resentative Frank Clark made at
Ocala on, July 4 and was so much
pleased "with it that today he asked
and received unanimous consent that
it be printed in the Record in its en entirety.
tirety. entirety. This is a, big honor for the
Mr. Clark's speech was printed in
'several of the Florida papers. It
greatly advertised. Mr. Clark and it
somewhat advertised Ocala. It was
a very fine speech, and is worthy of a
place in any newspaper or. magazine
in the United States, but it has no
more business in the Congressional
Record than Anthony's oration at the
funeral of Ceasar. The. Star thinks
that, as a 'good democrat, Mr. Clark
should object to having his Ocala
speech, or any other irrevelant mat matter,
ter, matter, published in the Record, which
claims to be simply and. solely a re record
cord record of the public business.
"ONE PERFECT' ROSE"
In the, "Rockefeller church" In
Cleveland the Rev. Mr. Bustard re referred
ferred referred to John D. Rockefeller as one
or the roses of the Lord's garden."
An American Beauty, naturally. It
v.u ; that variety John D. Jr., took
for Iiis Sunday school text "when he
likened the making of a great trust
by the killing, off of;its rivals to the
j artlener's pruning of many buds to
produce one big, long-stemmed, per-
f i cf. rose.
And yet one -wonders what i
: nipped rosebijdsjhirJahQrf it, r
mey may lgnoraniiy
icy their right to blossom in
. New York World.
" Of course, the Lord Is not respon
sible for the disgusting, adulation of
the bootlicking preacher, but such
remarks from the pulpit are detri
mental to the cause .of religion.
- The very interesting and appro
priate article, regarding shade trees
" on the road to Silver Springs, and
generally to all other highways, in
yeaferday's .Star; was from the pen
of Mrs. R. A. Burford, chairman of
the 'forestry committee of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club. .This is one of the good
J works that the future demands from
the present, and deserves the close at attention
tention attention of our business and public
men. "-.'.,.'" H-
1 After having been unsuccessful in
-three attempts to have John Mitchell,
former president of the United Mine
.Workers of America, matte labor
.Commissioner for- the state of. .New
York, Governor Sulzer has sent to the
; Senate for. confirmation the appoint appointee
ee appointee '''- f of James M. Lynch of Syracuse,
, f -Jt
1 Vajiu( I
I Si -'
jt Oi me luieruauuuaj ijyo-
Union," for the position.
Tim Tsm!i Timerf seems to favor
I lie reinst: Vnesfbf the old toll gate
lethod of keeping roads up. Under
is, peoplewho used carriages and
tos would have to pay, while those
! ho walked would not. This might
i very well, if the owners of car-
?4ges and autos were exempted from
Ving any taxes on their vehicles,
y seem to be paying their share
;r the present system.
. : : : r '
ink Lt Mayes has declined to ac ache
he ache proffered. United States mar mar-ip
ip mar-ip for the northern district of
. The Star doesn't think lt
' big enough job for Frank, and
t advise, him to quit his edi edi-rk
rk edi-rk unless he thinks he has a
' be United States senator.
d ministration seems to be
.re to appointing business
' clonal men and machinists
.nd less to politicians. The
.a i3 salubrious for the coun-
rnor Sulzer is fighting Tam Tam-,r
,r Tam-,r l Wall street, the greatest
i ur.d the greatest financial
Ait! erica.'. ; ;
Johnson, now in France, an an-that
that an-that he will never return to
ed States.' we nope the
'fates will not interfere with
iutlon of Jack's.
picnic at Carter's pond1 yes yes-was
was yes-was av big success in enjoy enjoy-li'nd
li'nd enjoy-li'nd attendance. People were
. r'::anfle, see
' rtlioirro or
i 12 1 1 '? ': il of
' 1 .K-
i fig in
present in hundreds, and the dinner
wa3 of the fat of the land. Addresses
were made by Legislator Light, and
old warhorse. Payne, and the clever
young preacher, Edward Henderson.
UNTIMELY DEATH OF
MIL CHAS. JOXES STUART
It will be learned with regret that
Mr. Charles Jones Stuart, notice of
whose marriage to Mrs. Nettie May
Boswell Abson was published in this
paper a- few days ago, died Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, July 6, a Hackensack, N. J., of
typhoid ferer, after about two weeks'
illness. The many friends of Mrs.
Stuart will be pained to learn of her
sudden and untimely bereavement,
and will deeply sympathize with her
in her sorrow. Lakeland Telegram.
This announcement will be receiv
ed with profound sorrow and deep re
gret by the many" friends of Mrs.
Stuart in this city, where as Mrs. Ab
son she had lived for so many years.
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart were married
only a few weeks ago and it seems
unbelievable that such a shadow
could follow so much happiness. The
sympathy or the entire community
goes out to the heart-broken widow.
A GREAT OCCASION
' Dr. F. E. McClane gives a very en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic description of the B. Y. P.
U. encampment at Lake City, to
which he was a visitor. Dr. and Mrs.
McClane, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Adcock
and children, made the trip in Dr.
ilcCIane's big Cartercar. They made
the run from Ocala to Lake City in
eight hours, which was almost as
good as they could have done by rail.
Roads from Ocala to Gainesville
were good, from Gainesville to the
Columbia county line tolerable, but
fr two on tw wpro fiwrp thp
from there on they were fierce. The
crops along the road were magnifi
cent, and the party was particularly
impressed by the cotton in Columbia
county and the corn all the way. They
admired, the splendid university
buildings at Gainesville. The' people
of Lake City were most kind to, the
delegates, of whom there were some
200, besides hundreds of other out of
town visitors. Dr. McClane of course
was interested in the superb music
given by the 14-piece orchestra, and
says there will be thirty-five at the
next meeting. Governor Trammell
addressed the encampment on the
fourth, and in other ways it was a
most interesting occasion
ISN'T CONFINED TO OCALA
The following shows that Secretary
Rooney, as well as working for his
home town, never lets pass an oppor
tunity to help all others in the vicin vicinity:
ity: vicinity: Mr. J. D. Rooney, Dear Sir: I wish
to thank you for having the literature
on the culture and care of figs sent
me which I received one day last
week and I found some very valuable
things in them. Yours truly,
Chas. F. Crandall.
. Palatka, Fla., July 8.
--1 1 --. .. i i
W. M. Gist of Mcintosh
rought in this morning: from that
section two Bostn squash, big yel yellow
low yellow fellows, thatlook like pumpkins,
and they weigheii forty pounds" each.
They are on display in the windows
of the .Board of Trade rooms.
PRIZE EGG PLANTS
Dr. J. C. Boozer has on display in
th Commercial Bank two egg plants
grown by Capt. Purvis at the Marion
Farm that are 2iy2 inches in circum
ference and weigh 6 pounds each.
They are young and tender and look
to be very toothsome.
THE AMERICAN HUSBAND
See. the husband.
Once upon a time he passed his
gayer; hours in billing and cooing.
Now, however, he passes them in bill
ing. Note the crafty smile upon his
ingenjjous countenance.. Only' by
long and continuous .practice can
such a smile be produced. Has the
husband had a long and continuous
practice? He has.
The husband is a hardy animal
common to all zones. He usually,
however, begins life in the torrid
zone; from thence he goes to the
temperate zone, and he usually winds
up in the frigid zone. Later on, if
his wife dies, he goes back to the tor torrid
rid torrid zone. Sometimes he goes back
The husband works hard for a liv living.
ing. living. Sometimes the Ajnerlcan hus husband
band husband supports his wife. When this
happens, however, it is usually re regarded
garded regarded as an amicable weakness.
No husband is without honor, save
in his own family circle. Here he is
used to carve and to keep away bur burglars.
glars. burglars. He also trims Christmas trees,
interviews the plumber, and occas occasionally
ionally occasionally hires the wrong cook.
Husband3 have, been common to
all ages. In ancient Rome they did
pretty much as they pleased, and
were in the habit of ordering the
rest of the family around with im impunity.
punity. impunity. That is one of the ways in
which Rome differs! very materially
from modern America.
There have been several notable
husbands in the history of the world.
Among them we may mention Henry
VIII. and Nat Goodwin.
The habits of the husband are very
simple.- In the morning he reads
words of one syllable in his paper and
he kisses his wife, farewell for the
day with the firm resolve to make
enough money to buy her at least
part of a hat. At night he drags
himself home, weary and worn and
so tired that he falls asleep on the
sofa from whence his wife drags
him to go to a social function, which
usually lasts until one a. m.
On Saturday night, however, the
husband is not so tired, although he
has worked harder than ever during
the day. His eye is very bright, for
that is the evening that he playeth,
poker at the clu-b.
In America husbands are roughly
speaking divided into two classes,
namely: Those who are bullied by
! their wives, and widowers.
John Beatty. Gillen Hargreaves
and Francis Walker left the first of
the week for an extended camping
trip at Seabreeze. They have'a canoe
with them which they will use for
trips on the Indian river. : The length
;of the stay will undoubtedly depend
; upon attitude '-'f -the.; niosquitocs," etc.
1DeLand Record. iV 1
p These: young boy '; have many
1 friends .among, the young reople of
Ocala who envy them of their, camp-
. liiig trip. -J--'- -V-V
ds'on's- tneet; Thursday night.
WENT DOWN BEFORE THE
EYES OF THEIR WIVES
Jacksonville, July 11. C. S. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, a real estate dealer, and M. El Ellison,
lison, Ellison, merchant, were drowned in
Trout Creek yesterday by the capsiz capsizing
ing capsizing of a small flat boat. The men
were out with their families on a pic picnic
nic picnic and went down in full view of
their wives, who were unable to ren render
der render them aid. The bodies were re recovered.
covered. recovered. WE HAD A DEUCE
OF A GOOD TIME
The American people drank more
whisky and beer, smoked more cigar cigarettes,
ettes, cigarettes, cigars and tobacco during the
fiscel year 1913, than in any other
yearly period of the nation's history,
according to estimates based upon
the record-breaking internal revenue
receipts of the federal government
for the twelve months which ended
June 30. The drinkers of the count country
ry country consumed the enormous totaj of
143,000,000 gallons of whisky and
brandy, an increase of 7,500,00 gal-
,uus UCI luc piviuu jwr auu j
breaking the former high record ofjnosworth Ieft last Tuesday for Oma Oma-the
the Oma-the fiscal year of 1907 by 7,300,000 ha Xebi wnere she wiU spend the
gallons. Sixty-frur million, five hun--summer
dred thousand barrels of beer flowed Mrs. w. R i3rVant has been indis indis-down
down indis-down the throats of lovers of the am-jF05ed the )ast weekj but is now out
ber brew exceeding 1911's great rec- and around.
- 3 1 it t l n s I
ora uy more man i.uuu.uvu Darreis.
Smokers puffed into space 7,707,000-'several
000 cigars and 14,012,000,000 cigar-? with his numerous friends.
ettes during the year just closed. prof. A. B. Connor i3 some spec-
This was 217,000, 000 cigars andlator. He bought the stock of groc-
12.790,000,000 cigarettes more thanjeries in Dudley's store from Mrs.
ever before-had been consumed in a Dudley at a bargain. He then turn turn-single
single turn-single year. Patrons of the pipe usedjed around and sold the same stock of
iV6,zvu,vvv pounds or tobacco, or 9,-1
400,000 pounds more than the con consumption
sumption consumption of 1912. Users of snuff
disposed of 33,200,000 pounds, an in increase
crease increase of more than 3,000,000 pounds
over the previous year. Returns to
the internal revenue board show that
the number of .saloons in the country
decreased by 18,000 during the year,
the retail liquor dealers numbering
only abo"t 4 50,000. Miami Herald.
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
' TO THE CITIZENS OF OCALA
The State Board of Health in order
to place Ocala in the registration dis district,
trict, district, demands that all deaths and
girths be reported promptly to the
cty clerk. Doctors, mid-wives,
nuyses, undertakers or even the
head of families are exnected to co-
!erate in this movement. A failure
to do this may result in the arrest
and fining of any or all persons" in involved.
volved. involved. Signed:
7-8-1 m Ocala Board of Health.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
The following: schedule Is not paid
for, but Is printed for the information
of the public. The railroads are re requested
quested requested to send in correction?, when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
SF. ABOARD AIR LINE
Southbound Arrive Leave
No. 3 .1:05 p.m 1:23 p.m.
No. 9 (Limited) .. .2:30 p.m.
No. 1 : U35 a m.
No. 2 -. 2:25 a.m.
No. 4 12:50 p.m.
No. 10 (Limited). .4:20 p m. 4:23 p.m.
The limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. and arrives In Tampa at 6
p. in. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
sfops only at Turkey Creek, Plant City,
Dade City, WMdwood, Ocala, Starke
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Southbound -Jax. nnd St. Petersburg
No". 9 ......10:05 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. 39 .' 2:10 p.m. 2;42 p.m.
Sonthbonnd -Ocaln and Lakeland
No. 35 (Sunnyjim) 6:40 a.m.
Northbound .Jai. and St. Petersburg
No. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 am.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound Lakeland and Ocala
No. 32 '(Sunnyjlm) Arrive 9:50 p.m
Oenla and Homosattsa
leave No. 49 8:20 a.m,
Leave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Alrive No. 44 .12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 ?:C0 p.m.
i.v. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m i:25 p.m.
Sunday tram3 .... 8:00 a.m. 1:25 p.m
r. from Palatka. 10:40 a.n. S:i0 p.m.
Pounds of (j
Sugar for w
with every purchase of $1.00
worth of other groceries
for cash on
Only One package Of sugars
to a customer at this
' rate on sale
Next to Ocali Nat ional Hank
L' -smith-, i
- .... l
IJIXGA RI ANS KNOW
THEY ARE BEATEN
Vienna. July 11. The Roumanian
troops began to cross the Bulgarian
frontier at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
The end of a fortnight's desperate
lighting finds Bulgaria forced to ap appeal
peal appeal to the powers to arrange peace.
The Bulgarian plan to drive a wedge
between the Greek and Servian arm armies
ies armies in the neighborhood of Guexheli
has completely failed. The last re reports
ports reports of the fighting received from
Athens show that the Servians and
Greeks at this point are combining
their forces, while the Roumanian
army is beginning an invasion of Bul Bulgaria.
garia. Bulgaria. The latter fact doubtless was
the deciding factor in the Bulgarian
appeal to the powers.
OIL FOUND AT ESPANOLA
Espanola, July 11. Oil was found
yesterday in a well being drilled by
former Postmaster Hoover at his
home here and as a result there is
considerable excitement among the
Belleview, July 10. Miss Sarah
Mr Buford Hopper"was in town;
days last week shaking hands!
goods to the Belleview Trading Co. at
a good advance over the original
cost. Thus ends another chapter in
the history of Belleview store keep keep-in
in keep-in g.-
W. R. Kilpatrick and son have
moved their, stock of-groceries from
the Nichols' building east of the rail
road track into the store formerly oc
cupied by Mr. Dudley in the Masonic
Mr. Tremere made business trips
to Ocala last Monday and Tuesday.
MrsMarcus Chalfinch of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville is visiting with her friend, Mrs
R. L. Summer.
Mr. John Brown of Wild wood came.
up last Saturday for the purpose of
inspecting his seedling peach or
chard several miles west of town.
Mrs. Charles Tremere went over to
Candler in .Capt. Johnstone's auto
last Tuesday .afternoon, where she
was met by Mrs. Hightower with
whom she will visit several days on
The Misses Flossie and Margaret
Evans, Minnie, and Ellie Tremere and
Miss Birdie Hackney and Sniglefoot
drove Joe-see-fus in the little red
wagon to North Lake Weir on the
4th of July, They all jumped into
the water thereby causing a ripple to
chase itself clear across the lake, al almost
most almost capsizing a boat on the opposite
Mr. J. J. Braithwaite, who lias
been living on the Lake Weir hard
road for the past year, has departed
for Tampa, where he goes to accept a
position with one of the railroads.
WTe learn on what seems to be
pretty good authority that Mr. Lewis
Weihe has invested some good hard
ready cash in one of those red go go-devil
devil go-devil speed wagons, and from the
looks of the thing there should he
either unlimited joy and pleasure
'stored up in it, or else trials and trib
ulations. It all depends on how you
handle the darn thing. Let us hope
that it will be the former-; all joy
and sunshine, and that it will never
see the inside of Walter Nelson's re repair
pair repair shop.
Your scribe is in receipt of a
whole bunch of time tables and maps
of New England, also of a letter from
the man that owns the M. & M.
steamship company up at Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, stating that he has reserved
one of the best rooms on their fin finest
est finest steamer for my sister Minnie and
myself, leaving Jacksonville the lat latter
ter latter part of this month. We are go going
ing going down into "Yankee Town," at
the earnest- solicitation of a number
of our friends, and if ever we get
started we are going to see what the
city of Washington looks like and
judge whether it is all that it has
been cracked up to be. We know a
number of people there and they will
be glad to .see us. We are going
down to the Hub of the universe,
sometimes called Boston and chase
ourselves around one of the many
crooked blocks in that noted bean
eating city. Incidentally, we are
going around to that greatest tea and
coffee house in the world, Chase and
Sanborn, and see how. they make tea
and coffee. We are then going to
Newport, R. I., and inpect some of
Uncle Sam's warships and incidental incidentally
ly incidentally compare some of those famous
boulevards with Robinson avenue
and see if there is much difference.
We are then going to Hartford, Ct.,
to view that five million dollar state
house, and from there we are going
to take a look at Springfield, Mass.,
where we will take in the beauties
that that part of the country affords,
and from there we H grace Lake W in in-reapausaukee
reapausaukee in-reapausaukee in New Hampshire,
with our presence. And just to add a
little variety we will' spend a few
days on the cost Maine.' By that
time the weLv vll be netting cold
and chilly and om
and it will ba
thing on j
v. ess trip 1
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tution. institution. Take advantage of the financial knowledge and long experience of
its officers. Consult these men regarding financial problems that confront you.
By making this bank a factor in your affairs, you are giving your business
larger scope for development. Let us prove to you that banking here means
Tite Monroe & CltaintDlIss Bsntk
J. I. JKMvlXS
General Building Contractors
303 Osceola Street, Ocala, Fla. PHONE 389. Block Northeast of Postoffice
THE VERY REST OF EVERYTHING IN 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, Blacksmithing, Special -Iron Work, and all other branches of building.
We )ff'r to the Trade Lime, Cement, Plaster, Roofing, Sewer Pipe, Plumbing mid Steam Fitting Supplies and
Building Brick, Both Common and Pressed.
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR RENT Offices in Holder
building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR RENT Two rooms, furnish furnished
ed furnished or unfurnished, for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. 514 Wenona St. 7-8-6t
FOR RENT Furnished house with
every modern convenience; close in;
for two months, from July 15th to
Sept. 15th. Apply to 610 Fort King
avenue, or phone 357. 7-8-5t
FOUND A bunch of keys; bottle
opener, button hook, door key and
several others. Call at this offic2.
FOR RENT Five or six-room
house on Daugherty street. "Apply to
Baxter Cam. 5-31-tf
LOST Ladies' gold watch, hunt hunting
ing hunting case No. 1655510, Waltham
movement No. 14190383. Finder
will be suitably rewarded by return
ing same to the Star ofllce. 7-2-6t
RAGS WANTED Anyone having
on hand well laundered cotton rags
can dispose of them by applying at
the Star office. 7-4-tf
LOST A bunch cf keys, some somewhere
where somewhere between the residence of Dr.
Hood and the postoffice. Finder
please return to Star office.. 7-6-6t
FOUND- The finest line of scis scissors,
sors, scissors, razors and fancy pocket cutlery
in Ocala at the Anderson Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. 7-9-6t
FOR RENT Upstairs; consisting
oT three rooms, furnished for house housekeeping,
keeping, housekeeping, with bath, city and cistern
water. Mr?. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 S.
Fifth street. 7-S-6t
OUTGOING LULS CLOSE
A. C. L. NORTH 5:50 a., m.;
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a. m.;
2:10 p. m.; 2:30 p. m.; 9 p. m.
S. A. L. NORTH 12:50 p. m.;
4:10 p. m.; 9 p. m,. SOUTH 12:50
p. m.; 9 p. m.
OCALA NORTHERN NORTH
7 a. m .; 12:55 p. m.
STAR ROUTES Blitchton
Calvary 2 p. r.i.
Sallow complexion is due to a tor
pid liver. SIMMON RED Z LI,VER
REGULATOR puifies and strength
ens the liver, regulates the bowel3,
sweetens the breath and restores the
ruddy hue of health to the cheeks.
Price, large package, $1; small size,
25c. Sold by all druggists. Adv
5 Cent Specials
In the Window.
Bring in Your
Watches and Clocks
Next lo Express 0 If ice.
A7, G. BLMiGilAPtO
.n--!T Tpr. tMT mj TT"
hi)ih V... i i t .All LbrvJ;.--
. PLANS l URMSHKD
OX AVI 'I A V. T I O N
G. K. WILLIAMS,
IS COLDEST INHABITED TOWN
Verkhoyansk, Siberia, Has a Maximum
Winter Temperature 85 Degrees
Verkhoyansk, a good-sized city In
northeastern Siberia, boasts the dis distinction
tinction distinction of being the coldest inhabited
city on the globe. It is In north altitude
67 degrees on tho arctic plane, and
scarcely more than 150 feet above the
Its annual temperature is three
above zero, and In winter the maxi maximum
mum maximum is 85 below zero. The Russian
government owns the town, and It In Interested
terested Interested in having an administrative
center where clever and Industrious
Yokuts, fur-trading Jews of Siberia,
carry on their operations. All the in inhabitants
habitants inhabitants of Verkhoyansk, with the
exception of a few ofliclals and Rus Russian
sian Russian traders, are Yokuts.
The Yokuts are such ambitious and
aggressive people that they do not
seem to mind the fact that the rivera
freeze to the bottom and that small
trees have been known to snap and
split from the biting force of the cold.
Still many Russians even seem to
prefer it to warmer posts. Its atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere is always clear and the air still,
and there are no blizzards or snow snowstorms.
storms. snowstorms. Then the Siberian dress 'adds
considerably to the enjoyment of the
arctic city. It consists of two suits of
fur, an outer and an inner, and a huge
hood to pull over the face so that there
is just enough space to see and breathe
The summer is hotter than might be
reasonably expected the average tem temperature
perature temperature being 59 above zero In July.
The earth is green and vegetation
thrives, but the surface of the ground
Is scarcely thawed.
ANIMAL AND FLOWER RESERVE
Kangaroo Island for a Preservation
of Australian Species of
' v Wild Life.
Kangaroo island, which is situated
some "Six hours' steaming from Ade Adelaide,
laide, Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, is
regarded as an ideal place in which
to preserve permanently animal and
botanical species distinctive of the
Australian contient. At present 175
square miles on the island are utilized
as a fauna and flora reserve and lt is
now suggested that the area should be
Considerably Increased. Certain islands
in various lakes have been set,apart
as bird sanctuaries, close seasons for
different kinds of birds are proclaimed
and In various other ways efforts are
made to prevent the destruction of th6
native fauna and flora.
Recently the attention of the South
Austsalian commission of crown lands
was drawn to the desirableness of pro protecting
tecting protecting the opossum, which he had as ascertained
certained ascertained is now being destroyed in
large numbers for the sake of its skin,
for which there is a great market.
To prevent the wholesale destruc destruction
tion destruction of the marsupial and also to give
power to the state government to pro protect
tect protect other native animals from time to
time as occasion may require, the com commission
mission commission has directed that a bill thall
be prepared for introduction into par parliament
liament parliament at an early date to provide for
the protection of wild animals. Lon London
don London Standard.
When Rothschild Died.
The general and widespread evi evidences
dences evidences of sorrow occasioned by the
death of Mr. Morgan are everywhere
apparent They find some form of ex expression
pression expression not only among the eminent
and the wealthy, but to some extent
among the poor and the lowly as
well. It is always so. The taking-off
pf distinguished people who have cred creditably
itably creditably served their day and generation
affects us all, more or less, In one
way or another. When Baron Nathan
de Rothschild, the head of the great
banking house of that name, died In
Vienna there was mournin
where. On the day of the funeral a
great man happened to meet a lit'
Lie, ragged urchin In the street
whose eyes were ded with tears.
"Why are you sad, little boyT" -ask-sd
the great man.
"Oil, sir. it Is because Rothschild
Is dead," answered the boy.
"But be was not a relative of youra,"
&cded the great man.
"Ah, no! Therefore I weep," said
Dr.siKAiiLi: mouses ron,iinTrfI
Tut -! r? 1 ;jis la rrsstral lo
rnjlnu, wultslle for re.! slower or
J ;th, hi1 one rounm aod
-;to-r bnih will c((mnioiIs(c two
!!, bt wp wfJl rent ft ntf
lntH. ,.vpijr to U. S. AVMtdtrw
IZ. SI. WILLIAMS.
CITY OF OCALA
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell.
Council B. A. Weathers, presi president;
dent; president; J. H. Taylor, president pro
tem; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Cam, J.
W. Hood, E. T. Helvensfon. G. A.
Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk."
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
t Superintendent Light Plant- J.C.
Superintendent Water Works J.
i a uiii yj K7 a m
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
Street Commissioner R o b e r t
MARION COUNTY DIRECTORY
Court W. S.
District Attorney E
.Clerk Circuit Court P. H
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Tax Assessor-r-Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Probate Win. E Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmichael,
chael, Carmichael, Ocala; J. W. Davis, Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t. Henderson, Lynne; IX G.
AVatkins, Dunnellon;; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. II.
Brinson, Superintendent, Ocala; B.
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham,
Fort McCoy; W. D. Cam, Ocala.
OCALA CHURCH DIRECTORY
PRESBYTERIAN Corner of Ft.
King avenue and Watula street; pas-
tor W. H. Dodge; residence 309 Ft.
King avenue; phone 233.' Sunday
services: Sunday school 9: 30 a. m.j
superintendent W. II. Dodge; morn
ing sermon 11 clack; Junior Mis Mission
sion Mission Society 3 p. m.; evening sermon
7; 45 "o'clock. Midweek prayer meet meeting
ing meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30.
CATHOLIC Xorth Magnolia St.:
priest, D. Bottolacio; residence 327
Xorth Orange street; Sunday ser services:
vices: services: High mass 10 a. m.; vespers
5 p. m.; Sunday school 3 to 5 p. m.;
communion services second Sundays
6:30 a. m.; also regular service.
CHRISTIAN East Broadway be between
tween between Watula and Osceola streets;
pastor W. H. Coleman; residence 98
Sanchez street; phone 264; Sunday;
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.,
superintendent C. T. Hooper; morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clock; Christian En Endeavor
deavor Endeavor 4 p. m.; evening sermon 7:45
o'clock. Midweek praj'er meeting
BAPTIST Corner North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia and .North Second streets; pastor
Bunyan Stephens; residence 520 Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue; phone 314; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m..
sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Baptist
Young People's Union 4 p. m.; Senior
Baptist Young People's Union 0:45
p. m.; evening sermon 7:45 o'clock. o'clock.-Midweek
Midweek o'clock.-Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday
evening 7:30 o'clock."
METHODIST Corner Fort King
avenie and South Main street; pa3tor
J. B. Ley; residence 99 Fort King
avenue; phone 157; Sunday services;
Sunday school 9:30 a.- m., superin superintendent
tendent superintendent L. N. Green; morning ser sermon
mon sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Epworth
League 4 p. m.; Senior Epwortb
League, 6:30 p. m.; evening sermon
7:45 o'clock. Midweek prayer meet meeting
ing meeting Wednesday evening 7:30. Choir
practice Friday evening at church.
I Send Your Clothes
To One Place
be Cleaned and Press
$ ed, thereby saving con- J
fusion and expense- &
X Our mo
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1913
BAND CONCERT PROGRAM
How many times have you said, or your 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 moneys "Get.
Rich-Quick" speculation is the wojst 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 not sell it to you.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Fay 4 per cent Interest, on Savings Accounts
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Agent for .a dozen of the best Fire insurance companies in the
country. Thofoughly competent to care for your insurance business.
I Will be Pleased to Care for your Business in Any of These Lines.
F. W. DITTO Phone 285 OCALA, FLA.
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We sock the knife into prices on Hardware. A
big business at little prices is our wTay of doing bus business.
' We are not afraid that our business is soon go going
ing going to blow up. We are here to stay, by carrying
what the people want and by doing a square business.
Marion Mar i war
R. C. MUNCASTER
Ocala House Block
fha money n the
5: AW AfeI)
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.-
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or
ange 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
WIRE FENCE. I
V to 1
Band concert tonight.
Woodmen meet this, evening.
Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf
H. H. Petu3, Jr., is at the Harring Harrington.
ton. Harrington. If you want your pictures framed,
take them to Murray & Co. 7-10-3t
B. H. King of Carrabelle is at the
Beck's hard water soap can be had
at the Court Pharmacy. A new ship shipment
ment shipment just received. 7-10-6t
F. J. Prentice of Jacksonville is at
the Ocala House.
H. B. Masters Co's. shoe depart department,
ment, department, the place where they fit your
J. E. Van Camp of Punta Gorda is
at the Ocala House.
Needham & Sons are in the plumb plumbing
ing plumbing business and solicit your busi business.
ness. business. 7-2-1 2t
W. F. Malcolm of Jacksonville
at the Harrington.
Straw suit cases are fine for an
extra bag on a short trip. See ours.
H." B. Masters Co. 7-1 0-3 1
Mr. L. C Ellis of Gainesville was a
business visitor in the city yesterday.
July ,Victor records are just in and
unusually fine. Hear them at Lans Lans-ford's.
ford's. Lans-ford's. 6-24-tf
Carrying a girl s picture in your
watch will not bring her to time.
Ira L. Taylor, M. H. Baxley and W
B. Heriot of Jacksonville are at the
Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore.
Holding a man's nose to the grim
stone is a poor way to sharpen h
Are you going away? Then let us
fit you up with a trunk or bag. H.
B. Masters Co. 7-30-3t
A small boy who doesn't get into aj
scrap once m a while has made a mis
tae in not being born a girl.
Try our ice cold buttermilk. Re Received
ceived Received daily from the Ocala Heights
Dairy. Gerig's Drugstore. 6-17-tf
Mr. Will Taylor is in Tampa on an
important business mission today. v
Trunks, suit cases and bags, the
best values and the best stock in the
city. H. B. Masters Co. 7-10-3t
Mr. Bruce Tankersley is very ill at
his home at Webster. An Ocala phy physician
sician physician was called to see him today.
Rev. J. K. Glass returned this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from Island Grove, where he
spent Thursday with friends.
Telephone the Court Pharmacy
when in a hurry for drugs. We have
anything you may need in that
The boy scouts came home from
Lake Weir today, after a most en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable two days' trip.
Enjoy outdoor life without, tan and
freckles. Rexall cold cream insures
your complexion. Get it at Gerig's
Mr. S. P. Hollinrake went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville today on business for tht
Ocala Northern Railroad Company,
Palmer's Toilet Waters in differ different
ent different odors can be had at the Court
Pharmacy. a 7-10-6t
Junie CojfTlts does not resemble
Uncle Joe Cafcaon in politics, but he
is his exact twin in the manner of
" ,. I' """"""""
Do you need any pictures to hang
on your walls? You can get them at
Murray & Company's 10c. to $2, for formerly
merly formerly 50c. to $4. 7-103t
Mr. S. S. Duval, traveling sales salesman
man salesman for the Rentz lumber mills,
came up last night from St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, Would you walk a block or two to
save $5 on a tailor made suit? ifj"" ut
so. iust sten around to Rivers' Hab-
Mr. S. W. Petewa
has returned j
from Birmingham, Jfla., where he
W3 called a fw dag,ago as a wit witness
ness witness in the UnratT&Eates court. Mrs
Petteway. who has fceen quite ill. is
new hotel; fhas all modern conven conveniences;
iences; conveniences; froiits on Ocean just south
of ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day
and upwards. Special rates by the
week or month. We make a special specialty
ty specialty of sea food dinners Thursday even evenings
ings evenings and Sunday noon. 6-23-tf
The Moose held an informal and
well attended meeting at the Colo Colonial
nial Colonial last night and made plans for
the future. They will take charge of
the hotel July 17.
If its worth your while to save
five dollars on the price of a tailor
made suit of clothes call at Rivers'
Haberdashery in the Harrington Hall
V, Messrs. C. A. Colclough and J. D,
Stringfellotv of Jacksonville- were
among that city's prominent men in
The following program will be giv giv-ed
ed giv-ed by the Metropolitan Band this
evening at 8:15 o'clock.
"Star Spangled Banner" F. S.
March, "The Explorer" R. C
Selection, "Melodies from Faust"
Medley overture, "Blaze Away"
March, "Spirit of Independence"
Selection, "Bohemian Girl" Dal Dal-bey.
bey. Dal-bey. Overture, "Sky Pilot" A.
Medley overture, "Blue Bell"
W. Chataway. A. E. Gerig, Director.
D. VS. DEFINITION
There will be a band concert this
evening, D. V. These initials mean
if it doesn't rain in this instance, no
matter what they mean in Latin.
GOING TO HELP GAINESVILLE
Gainesville is going to have a big
celebration on the 31st, and the base baseball
ball baseball fans have asked the Ocala team
to help them out with a game. Our
boys are always ready, and Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville had better import at least half
a dozen professionals by the destined
JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE
The Junior Civic League will meet
tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 at the
Woman's Club rooms.
Lorayne Kemp, President.
The Star will give a report tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow of the visit of members of the
council and .Board of Trade to Camp's
A card from Rev. W. H. Coleman,
at Cedar Keys, says that Mr. Coleman
will be at home Jtoj?reach Sunday.
Mrs..Cele'man is improvingteadUyl
. Mr. G. M. BrownpLAnthony, one
of the successful fgrowers and ship-
jpers of that thrift$ town, was in the
city today. Mr. Brown's-family are
in Georgia spending the summer and
e will go up to join them a little
later: .i "
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
Mr. H. P. Ballinger left last night
for a visit to Los Vegas, New Mex Mexico.
ico. Mexico. Mr. Ballinger has not been feel feeling
ing feeling well lately, and his physician
thought that a few months in a. high,
dry country would benefit him.
Mr. W. F. Malcolm of the Reming Remington
ton Remington Typewriter Co., is in the city,
looking after the business of his big
firm, which supplies, the best type typewriters.
writers. typewriters. Remington, Smith-Premier
and Monarch, to the world. ,We
pound out our lucid editorials on a
Smith-Premier, and its no fault of
the machine that they do not make
Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf
The boys around town, and some
of the girls, want to know why a cer certain
tain certain small-sized but handsome and
amiable young man, connected with
the railroad business, persists in
rooting .against the home team. One
young lady is forging a doughnut as
big round as a circus hoop with which
to stop his mouth at the next game.
Don't forget that you can find Al Alpine
pine Alpine Flax- and Tuberose Paper in one
pound packages at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. A full supply always kept on
Passing up Main -street today we
saw just- what we had been wanting
the dearest little vanity box, with
mirror top! And they are giving
them away, too. Just stop and see
v'the south window at the Anderson
Dr. Blitch was in town today, much
worried by a sore tooth and the ap apparent
parent apparent necessity of erecting an elec electric
tric electric light plant in Mrs. Blitch's corn
field at Blitchton. The corn is so
thick and high that lightning bugs
can be seen in it in the daytime, but
they don't give light enough for the
darkeys to plow by, consequently the
doctor is much concerned.
So great has been the interest
the drug contest at the Anderson
: r x, i 4.
names- The "est closes Saturd
and every lady who vIsis the store
between the hours of 10 a. m. and 2
P- m- on that day will receive a
"real sweet souvenir." The manager
wishes us to announce that on ac ac-cojiht
cojiht ac-cojiht of the limited number of these
p'souvenirs" he can not promise any
except during the hours mentioned,
and that there will not be enough for
the children this time. 7-9-6t
The city is having a sewer pipe
laid from the low place on Exposi Exposition
tion Exposition street this side of the Seaboard
crossing to the general drain thru
that part of town. This improvement
will help much valuable property in
Mrs. J. C. Ewing, who with her
husband, is a state organizer of the
Draper Self-Culture Association, has
returned from a visit to their farm at
Ocala. Tampa Tribune.
There has been a general shake shake-up
up shake-up In and exodus from the redlight
district. The sheriff peremptorily
notified the residents of the segre segregated
gated segregated section that the disorders that
have been ffrevalent lately would not
be tolerated any longer. Eight of
the wonura and a couple of men, all
fcabituesJof the est end, left town
yesterdjp-. and mfore will probably
follower SomsmSh women were
HI SOIL AH
If you have any Items for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.
Epworth League Entertained
Thursday evening at her home on
Orange avenue, Mrs. G. W. Martin,
assisted by her daughter. Miss Gladys
Martin and Miss Mary Alice Bell, en entertained
tertained entertained the Epworth, League. The
league had as its guests on this oc occasion
casion occasion the young people's branch of
the W. C. T. U.
The business meeting was called to
order by the president, Mr. C. A.
Blalock, with reading of scripture,
followed with prayer by Mrs. Martin,
and reports of the several officers of
the league. As soon as the business
of the league was finished the league
meeting adjourned and the business
meeting of the auxiliary organiza organization
tion organization of the W. C. T. U. -was called to
order by its president, Mr. Robert
After the business meetings of the
two societies, games were played to
the enjoyment of all present. Music
by Miss Marie Burnett and Mr. Carl Carlton
ton Carlton Ervin added to the pleasure of
Fruit punch and cake was served
during the evening by Mrs. MartinC
Mrs. W. T. Gary, Miss Gladys Martin
and Miss Louise Sanders. Peanut
butter sandwiches, fruit and cindy
were also served during the evening.
Those present were Misses iNan
Brooks, Susie Ervin, Ruth Ervin,
Alice Sexton, Nellie Beckham, Ethel
Seymore, May Stein, Martha Kte
Rentz, Mabel Bachelder, Louise SarJPJMIS-J1
ers, Gladys Martin, Mary Alice Bell,
Mrs. W. T. Gary and Messrs. C. A.
Blalock, Perry Anthony, Joe Blalock,
J. V. Tarver, Albert Harriss, Sam and
Carol Frazier, S. C. Hickel, Jr., Will William
iam William Rilea, Raymond Spitler, Robert
Connor, Carlton Emn, Claude Hickel
A press dispatch from Savannah
says, that Mr. W. R. Leaken, collec collector
tor collector of the port of Savannah appoint appointed
ed appointed by President Taft, has appointed
Mr. B. Palmer Axson an inspector in
the customs service- with headquar headquarters
ters headquarters in1 the local custom house. Mr.
A Venn la a fi rcf nnn tin rf Af rc YKTrvfi-
row Wilson and the appointment was:1"?-' Zl Aua S! l, U
made as a compliment to the rresi- ?l"e;f ?' fre anticipating a fle fle-dent.
dent. fle-dent. Collector Leaken will go ouVlehtf?1 tos St: Petersbarg next
nfffw in n -row mnnth, w Tr A. luesday. They will be away ten days
probably retain his place
he next four years at least,
This is the first appointment of the
kind in Savannah since the inaugur
ation of the democratic administra
Mr. Axson is a relative
ward Badger and family of this city,
which news is of pleasant interest to
their many friends.
Mrs. Marv Eaeleton aftr a few
days' visit in Philadelphia, Is. now
most uleasantlv located for a month's!
visit at Cape May. She is acconr
panied by her little daughter, Mar
garet and governess.
Mrs. Godfrey Moyers and children
have moved from Asheville over to
Waynesville, where they will spend
the remainder of tne summer. Little
Miss Tillie, who was so sick before
leaving home, is greatly improved.
Rev. J. B. Ley and family returned
this afternoon from a most delightful
outing at Pass-a-Grille, on the gulf,
where for the past fortnight they
have been the guests of their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. W. F. Alexander and fam family.
Much activity and social interest
centered over Silver Springs at an
early hour this morning as the
launches "Isabelle" and "City .of
Ocala," laden with happy, congenial
souls, steamed forth into the bright
sunshine and silvery waters. The
first, manned by Mr. Geo. K. Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wethr
erbee and Mrs, B. H. Seymore chap chaperoning
eroning chaperoning a bevy of Ocala's most
charming young girls, were off for
just a day's picnic and fishing, while
the latter, all laden with cooking
and camping necessities, headed fori
Glen Springs, a beautiful spot locat
ed on Lake George twelve mil
above Salt Springs, where for tw
weeks Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith an
family, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Phillips
and family. Senator and Mrs. E. L
Carney and maid and Mr. S. II. Mar Martin
tin Martin expect to have the time of their
lives fishing and tenting. Messrs.
Weller Carmichael and Robert Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings have charge of the piloting
with their man Friday. They expect
to reach their destination about 6
o'clock this evening. They will re return
turn return to the springs Saturday night.
Mrs. Weller Carmichael and little
daughter will make the trip with
the party, returning with her hus
band tomorrow evenlngr.
Judge andjtfrs. Wm. M. Gober and
children leLr this afternoon for Com Commerce,
merce, Commerce, Ga. where Mrs. Gober and the
children wllyfsit for the remainder
of the sumpier. Judge Gober will re
turn in about ten days.
MAr-OfrteMIntosh of St.
Petersburg after a delightful week's
visit with his -sister, Mrs. D. E. Mc Mc-Iver
Iver Mc-Iver and family at Lake Weir, left for
Jacksonville Tuesday and sailed on
20c per lib.
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 23 cts,
all 5c packages 6 for 25 cts.
There is none belter fhan
Responsible banking has been the policy of this
institution since the first day the doors were opened.
Our continuation of this policy is an absolute
guarantee of safety for your funds, and it is on our
record of responsibility that we have no hecitancy.Sn
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
the Lenape for their home in Mere Meredith,
dith, Meredith, N. H., where Mr. Mcintosh will
hereafterbe engaged in business.
1 1 opkln.-trKt'-"-,x
X"This pleasing announcement of the
marriage of Judge L. L. Hopkins of
Belleview, to Mrs. Mary R. Cook of
Bridgeport, Ct will be received with
more than justing interest by his
many friends throughout Marion
county, where nor years this venera
ble gentleman! has made his' home,
and more especially in the town of
his adoption where he is highly hon
Ju5geHopkins is a native of New
Fairfield, Ct., and was the first may mayor
or mayor of Danbury, Ct., and met his bride
in that city, where she is widely
known and has many friends.
Judge and Mrs. Hopkins will come
to their home in Belleview early In
the fall and their many friends will
give them a most cordial and royal
welcome. Judge Hopkins is seventy seventy-one
one seventy-one years young and his bride sixty.
As a halo of sweet peace their love
has lifted the shadow of declining
years into a perfect brightness unto
Mrs. Laurie T. Izlar and charming
f weeks and. will be joined by
jjor Izlar during the latter part of
Mrs. Lester WT. Ponder has just re
turned home from a jffrovlv visit
!with friefids and elatives in Swains-
boro. Valdosta and Thomasville. Ga
Next weekXsJre will be the guest of
her sister.ylrs. Jim Johnson at thje
Spencer Lodge on the gulf for an &x-
tended visit J Mrs. Johnson will Also
I have as her guests her brotherf Mr.
kelson Guiese and Miss Ethel Hay
Mrs. W. M. Dale and daughter,
Miss .Virginia of Gainesville, are
; spending the summewith Triends at
'.Thousand Island Park on the St.
j Lawrence river. Their many friends
in this city wish for them a haDDv
Dr. and Mrs. S. H. Blitch and their
guests, Misses Edith .and Mabel Cur Curry
ry Curry of Lakeland and Leola Priest of
Morriston, were in town today.
Mrs. II. b: Giles of Jacksonville is
in the city, on a two weeks visit to
her son, Mr. J. J. Giles and family.
Messrs. George and Robert Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay returned to the city this morn morning
ing morning from Lake Weir, bringing with
them Mr. Paul Weathers, who was
their guest over Thursday.
The already pretty home of Mrs.
Rexie Todd is being greatly improv improved
ed improved by the extensive addition of oe-
MissClara Johnson, who is the
guest or .Miss .MrrSklp worth at her
me at WhitgSpmngs, expected to
return home today but owing to sev several
eral several social affairs planned in her
honor during thf week end, she'will
not return until Monday.
There were quite a number ot
young people at the Woman's Club
room last evening and an 'enjojrable
time was spent with musical and
reading. Mrs. Jake Brown and Mrs.
Will Goin were the hostesses.
Miss Kit Davis and her guest, Mis3
Christine Hannah of St. Petersburg,
came up from the Davis home at
Xorth Lake Weir and spent the day
with Mr. Davis.
Mrs. G. W. Pitts and her bright
little baby and "Grandma" Pitts
passed through the city today, on
their way for a summer- visit to Co Columbus,
lumbus, Columbus, Ga.
Mrs. John F. Williamson, former formerly
ly formerly a resident of Ocala, but now livirig
at DeLand, arrived today to see her
sister. Mrs. J. M. Martin, who has
been ill for sometime at the home of
Mrs. a: J. Brigance.
COTTAGE FOR REXT
My cottage at W'oodmar on Lake
Weir, completely furnished, is for
rent for July. R. R. Carroll.
E. L. Howell and WV D. Taylor
shook, hands with. Tampans and
transacted business here yesterday.
OPEN DAY AND "tflGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
J. E. Van Camp left Tuesday aft
ernoon for Ocala and other points In
the state, in the interest of the Punta
Gorda Cigar Company. Punta Gorda
FOR SALE Show cases, counters,
prescription counter, etc.. Immediate Immediately.
ly. Immediately. Anderson Pharmacy,' Ocala, Fla.
P. S. We are not going out of bus-i
iness just improving. Watch us
A. P. 7-10-61
. Ear!r: thfs morning someone stole
a bicyfle belonging to Alv"? Lantlrf
The whc-Vl v.-.-j. on or: c f x
At the Temple This Xvenin-
At the Temple tonight we an rv-'"
ing to show you, one of tho r
good programs that wHl kee, von
thinking about it for a v 1- Vi,L
will be plenty of time to see one en
tire show before the i j concert
tarts, so come early o:A- S00 seats.
"Playing by Fire." Yen
he Vitagraph Company.
"Leading Mother to It."
id Lubin comedy.
me lie ot tne uioc i." Don't rfuV
this one; its a beautiful elitr
"The School Principal." Well, now,
j'ou'Il .just have to see thfs one.
Doors open at 6:30.
LOVERS OP GOOD THINGS
TAKE FREE SAMPLE
A representative of the Tropical
Soap Works of Jacksonville., will-call
on you, leaving a box and small sani-
- -j lit, uaicu iiai v
water soap, uo not buy the box until
you have tried the sample In hard
water. The sample is free and you
are under no obligations to buy the
soap whatever. This is our method
of getting the soap to the actual
users and not laying on the shelves
of the storekeeper. This soap is
made from tropical products. Every Everything
thing Everything in this hard water soap grows
in Florida. It contains no animal
fat, but it made from pure tropical
vegetation and Oils. It lathers free freely
ly freely and leaves your skin smooth and
fresh after use in the hardest of wa water.
ter. water. Take a bath and try washing
your hair in hard water with this
Works, 144C'W. Adams St., Jack Jack-ville,
ville, Jack-ville, Fla. Fred S. Gray, Man?
Adv.' . 7-10-Mw:
NOTICE TO CUSTODIERS
OF THE $K:
During my absence all
tended for the DjS
left at Ballard's news stand or
D. A. Smith, who assumes charge
Jos. W. Dodge, Mgr.
DR. J. HARRY WALTERS
Office Telephone 78
Residence Telephone 403 v
An elegant line f iawyer
script covers, In phy color that t
toe desired, Just 'received at the
WORLD'S ALMANAC AT XlALLAt...
New 1913 World's Almanac, j
received; 35 cents at Ballard's TC
Local showers tonight or Satti;
FOR SALE Pure br
pingtons, yearling pu
erels, also egg-ana your.t
yearlings, $3.50 per trip;.cgs,-$l.I
r 15. A cock sold,by me. won i'
prize at the tri-state fair' in Pet
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A Romance of the
Guido von Horvath
and Dean Hoard
Cprribt, 1913, by W. O. Chapman la lh VuitoA
The Secret of the Aerodromone.
The newly made Princess of Schom-
burg Lithow and her fiance, Santos, j
reached Berlin safely. They flew in
the Hawk to Irkutsk In Asiatic Russia
and from there continued their jour
ney on the quick aeroline to the Ger
man capital. They sent the aerodro-
mone back to Ciryne.
The Roslny mansion was ready for
them. Rositta's first action was to i
send word to the Count von Werden-; roKT McCOY.s ANNUAL FEAST
eteln that she wanted to see him. j
When the chancellor came, Rositta ..
received him alone. It was necessary! The Foft McCoy, annual dinner
for her to explain the situation. The pvl11 be given on Friday, July 18th.
Count Roslny was dead. He had been 'Everybody cordially invited. Refresh Refresh-on
on Refresh-on board the Tzar that Napoleon had jments will be sold by the committee
sunk. This freed Rositta. but na a for the benefit of the cemetery. Oar
princess buw cuuia not marry a piain
citizen, so she asked the count tc
make Mr. Duprel a titled nobleman. )
Roeitta told all she thought necessary,
and they talked for a long time.
Santos was told the plans without
the slightest idea that it was a tre tremendous,
mendous, tremendous, far-reaching plot designed tc
destroy all the achievements of the
peace committee. He could see noth nothing
ing nothing but Rositta, he could think of noth nothing
ing nothing but their approaching marriage.
The purpose the chancellor and Ro-
sitta had in mind was to manufacture
and equip a number of aerodromones
If they pursued this desire, they would
have, inside of a year, the power to
master the situation and take the lead
In political affairs.
Suemeg now belonged to Rositta and
the cirynith deposit there was very
rich.' The Count von Werdenstein
placed an unlimited account in the
bank to her credit, so that she and
Santos could begin work at once.
The people of Kiss-Cell were Bur Bur-prised
prised Bur-prised at the unusual activities dis displayed
played displayed by the strange men imported.
Santos Duprel was very busy. He
had been informed that after the suc successful
cessful successful completion of the first aero aerodromone
dromone aerodromone he would have the title of
"count" conferred upon him, and that
this would remove all the barriers be between
tween between Rositta and him. Their mar marriage
riage marriage would take place the day of the
trial flight. This fired his ambition,
and he worked hard and long. He was
allowed to plan as he wished, and one
day laid his blue prints before the
Count von Werdenstein. He showed
him that a larger and more powerful
aerodromone than Napoleon's would
be necessary; otherwise the design
and make would be unchanged. This
improvement in size would give more
motive power, and thus make it supe superior
rior superior to the Eagle.
"And what is your motive power?
I don't see any details in your plan
that would explain the wonderful
power that your devils of the air pos possess."
sess." possess." 'Santos cast a questioning glance at
Rositta. She nodded acquiescence,
and he began:
"The power, of course, is electricity.
I will try to explain things as simply
as they are. The flight of the aero aerodromone
dromone aerodromone is based on the flight of a
bird not any bird, but the king of the
air, the eagle. Size of body, wings,
and balance are all considered. After
a long search and study, Napoleon Ed Ed-iaon
iaon Ed-iaon found that no muscle power could
have the endurance of the eagle and a
few other birds that are able to cover
remarkably long distances in a very
short time. He closely examined liv living
ing living birds, and took the homing pigeon,
for example, after a long flight, and
proved that they had collected In their
feathers a surprisingly large quantity
of atmospherical electricity. The
feathers on the wings especially, serve
as collectors, and every little hairlike
feather adds to the supply.
"When the bird begins te fly a regu regular
lar regular magneto is created, that has its
two poles at the two ends of the wings.
One side Is the negative and the other
the positive. From the moment this
electric-magnetic state Is reached, all
the work the muscles are expected to
do is to direct the flight,, as the wings
are moved by the force of the elec
tricity; that is, they come together un until
til until the force of the opposite magnetic
power forces them apart, and the repe repetition
tition repetition of this operation is called flight."
"That certainly sounds simple," mur murmured
mured murmured the chancellor.
"Now take the aerodromone," con continued
tinued continued Santos. "Through mechanical
Inventions, and cirynith, we have im improved
proved improved the bird's method of flight. The
improvement is in the storing away of
unused magnetism. The more quickly
we fly, the more magnetism Is gath gathered
ered gathered by the machine." Santos pointed
to the front part of the machine; on the
blueprint, calling the chancellor's at attention
tention attention to the contrivance that gave
the machine the appearance of an
eagle. It was a large brass ball, cov covered
ered covered with a cirynith cap. Then he
pointed to a broad brass bar that ex extended
tended extended over the entire top of the ma machine;
chine; machine; that bar was like a round
brush, and its duty was to gather in
every little epark of electricity, and
store it in the brasa collector. When
the Insulation was broken, a lightning
flash was sent out, directed at the will
of the air man. So long as the ma machine
chine machine Tras in motion there was always
plenty of electricity- In tise-collector.
ready to tb sent out to'casp dsstruc--ticn
to anything. .J .. 1
"Thr, simply iCwC'ilne'rythsc i x'M I
?r-? to h tart iho wlrgs. CuiJ; s;
"tS"- lit.; J r ir-- '-C-v-.
c v rye i tli i i.'j-:' s,
"But tow can one machine capture
the other, or even fight the other, un under
der under these conditions?" asked the count
"There are two ways in which a ma
chine may gain victory over the other, i
One i3 to disable the brain of the ma machine,
chine, machine, that Is, the man behind the
How can that be done?" asked tho
"Cirynith, as you know, is harder
than anything except the diamond, bo
1 1 believe if hard steel bullets were
made with diamond points they would
1 r- Tri
j -" mjuivu iuit ueicuua nits cunaan.
j However, this is only a theory. Ex-
periments must ehow the advisability ior less brou"nt jt five boats as fl fl-of.
of. fl-of. their manufacture."- j lows: The Albatross of Evinston.
"What is the other way?" manned by Robert Thomas, and
"That is a certain method, and is j George Reeves; the Snipe of Mcln Mcln-basedon
basedon Mcln-basedon the laws of electricity that j tosh, manned bv Bartow Collins and
seem to govern aerial navigation." jMiss iuise Norsworthv; the Blue
V, V """""'w'minpfr
: tiently, aa Santos hesitated and looked j
S at Rositta.
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bakery. Carter's Bak-7-2-tf
i representatives will be invited to
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Ipecting a large crowd. Committee.
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BOAT 'RACES OX ORANGE LAKE
The second annual power boat
races on Grange Lake were run over
a triangular course 2 off Sampson
Point on July 4th.
Four out of the nine boats were
(new, and proved to be of the dark
j horse'; type. All hats were taken oft
to Jsland Grove of which these four
boats hailed, as they won all the first
honors, one second place and two
third places, which left Mcintosh a
share of only two seconds and one
The first race for 2s,4-hp. engines
jBird of ; Island Grove, manned by E.
!D. Johnren; the Xo Name of Island
; Grove, manned by B. F. Carlton, and
the Eunice of Island Grove, manned
Iby Henry Cassels and father.
After numerous delays in starting,
due to a recent change in the racing
: rules, the boats succeeded in crossing
the line fairly well bunched at 3:30
p. m. and the race of three laps,
about tlvree and a half miles) was on.
Island Grove won with the Blue Bird
first. Eunice second and No Name
The second race for larger boats
had four 'entries: Alva of Evinston.
with a crew of O. D. Huff and Mr.
and Mrs. F. Hester, Jr.; Twin of Is Island
land Island Grove, with B. L. Clayton and
son; Emily of Mcintosh, with D. H.
Petty s and-Walter Norsworthy; Egret
of Mcintosh, with J. F. Gist and Miss
Elizabeth Farra. This was also a
three lap race and was won by the
Twin, with the Egret second and the
Emily third. The best start of the
day was in this length! as there was
hardly a boat's length difference as
they crossed the starting line.
The final race, a handicap, was
just nine minutes behind schedule
time, and had seven entries for six
laps. This proved to be a very ex exciting
citing exciting race as the Twin pushed her
nose across the line just seven sec
onds ahead of the Emily, which was
second, closely followed by thejwas in ta-esvHle on business Tues Tues-Eunice
Eunice Tues-Eunice for third place f jday. v
While the cpurse was far better! A:iss A1Ien wh? has been on
the facilities for viewing the racetthe sick Iist for several weeks, is
wpr n,t s:n jrnnri i.W vr i.,.t a I steadily improving.
large crowd was present and thor-
The officials of the race were:
Starter. J. II. Pettys of Mcintosh
Timers, W. M. Gist and S. h.
Judges. W. P. Welch of Evinston,
J P. Hanid and W. R. Brown of
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invited to attend our meetings.
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i agent, Mr. C. E. Bateman says he is
eighty glad to get settled once again.
j Te Iclutosh Telephone Co. re
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Mc-!from near "ochelle, to be used in re:
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lines. Since the new man,. Mr.
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Jpf the lines, there has been very lit-
tie trouble; in fact, the "kickers'
have ceased work on the phones and
does not come
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Mr. D. Dickson of
visiting -his "uncle, Mr
II. L. Dick-
Speaking about corn, Mr. J. A.
Flewellen has recently called atten attention
tion attention to a held of Hastings Prolific
that he has been hiding alqng the
edge of the lake, and it is "some"
corn. While not as tall as Mr. Rob Robinson's,
inson's, Robinson's, it has plenty of ears on each
stalk, not less than an average of
three, many with four or five. It is
a- piece of corn of which Mr. Flew
ellen should teel proud.
llfs. Moorhead of Ocala was up
last Saturday apd gave a demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration of canning tomatoes at.the home
of Mr. J. C. Smith. The canning
operations were carried on In the
yard under a chinaberry tree so that
all passers-by could see and learn.
Two of Mr. Smith's daughters, Annie
May and Eva, belong to the canning
club and they were good and busy,
putting up something like eighty
cans of tomatoes. Mrs. Moorhead
proved an interesting -talker with
practical ideas with the ability to
make the girls grasp the Idea that
she is their friend, but with empha emphasis
sis emphasis she informed us that she was just
as much a friend of the boys; in fact,
she was looking for boys to join the
corn club here. Among the visitors
at the demonstration were Mrs. Ham Hammond
mond Hammond and daughters of Reddlck.
Mis3 Bobbie Baldwin spent the 4th
and a few days following in Palat Palat-ka,
ka, Palat-ka, returning on Wednesday.
Mrs. Walkup left Wednesday for
a trip through the Carolinas, expect
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Jackson ville, Florida.
Weirsdale, July 10. Mr. Tom
Kelsey is on the sick list.
R. H. Gano, who has spent a few
days with home folks at Mascot, re returned
turned returned Wednesday. He has arrang arranged
ed arranged his business, so he can be away
several weeks and will go to Hot
Mrs, Frank Lytle Is jn Ocala for a
stay of several days for medical treatr
The Luffman family of Oak Is vjs vjs-iting
iting vjs-iting the -Coggins family this week
Frank Simpson of Live Oak was an
over the 4th visitor with home folks.
Our blacksmith, W. C. Black and
son were working Wednesday at the
Mr. Frank Lytle Is entertaining
relatives from Jacksonville this weekl
The newly elected executive Chris Christian
tian Christian Endeavor committee held Its.
initial meeting at the AlbertsoiU
home Wednesday evening. The young ;
people are well organized and have
planned for. aggressive work during
the next few months.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Douglass
came Saturday from York. Mrx.:
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have been ouite busv Invoicine this
The big W. C. T. U. picnic was well
attended and much enjoyed. The day
was without rain or mishap. Tho
ball game was an -enthusiastic one in
which the men played against, the
boys. The tally sheet stood 8 to 11
in favor of the boys. The. men In Intend
tend Intend to win the next gain,
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