OCALA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JULY 17. 1913
is goins; to have an attractive home
when completed, i
Mrs. J. C. Sullivan has received ai
letter from Mrs. Doohttle or short ;
i Beach, Conn., asking her to get the,
lielleview, July 10. The 13. Y. P. jkey of their beautiful home here and ;
0 il ADRIflHOPLE
It IH E
at the Marion Hotel Friday j occupy it. She truly appreciate? the;
IN M l
ID flli 1R0U
G EI IMA XV EXPRESSES THE GEXKEAE OPINION OF THE OTHEIi
I time under the beautiful oaks, play.
POWEKS IX JiEGAUll TO THE SITUATION
Ambassador Wilwtn Called to Wash-
inftton to Dinss Attairs With the,on him iee We all tne Iate
President ami His Cabinet. !mu;c, as well as the standard pub-
t. r-. T.,1.. it Mirations. A. M. Lansford- 7-1 5-2 1
bassador H. L. Wilson of ilexico has
bejen summoned to Washington to
discuss the Mexican situation.
It became .known yesterday that
Germany bas filed a note with the
state department demanding that
the United States do something to
protect foreigners in Mexico. Ger Germany
many Germany does not care wnether the
Summerfield, July 17. Mrs. Ola
Potter of Ocala, was here from Sat Saturday
urday Saturday to Monday, visiting with the
ing games dv ine loveiy moouiigm
while waiting for the chicken purlo
to cook, which was superintended
by Ed Pelot, an old hand at the bus business.
iness. business. There were forty-nine pres present,
ent, present, and all report a good time.
Dr. Caxaine, district superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of Jacksonville district, M. E.
church, was here Saturday holding
the second quarterly conference of
the year. He went to Candler and
"the little red cottage on the clay ;
road to Lake Weir is good enough j si ETAX HAS OFFEKED AS A B1!!PE A XUMliEIl OF SMALLEU
for her' She also received a letter; ISLANDS IX THE AEGEAN SEA
from Miss Goodnoagh. asking about :
house to rent for friends of hers.
Miss G. has bought the Gardner
property for her winter home, and j
will make improvements. Mrs. Sul-NienJ a couple of weeks with rela rela-livan
livan rela-livan is planning a trip north. Shejtives-
hasn't her itinerary fully completed,! Mr. D. M. Barco was a business
but first of all will sail from Jackson-j visitor to Ocala Saturday.
villP fnr Ww York in pnmnanv with r. auu -Mrs. iarn auu cuuaieii,
lnrreasiug Glury and Power of
Greece Has Evidently Provoked
Its Neighbor Into a Most Discrcd--itable
Constantinople, Turkey, July 17.
The Sultan's council has announced
. . m i Mrs Vahhiirn nf Ocala thence to! of Berlin, attended bunday school
preached on Sunday morning, to Ok-i-Mrs- wasnourn or ucaia, mence io that Turkey will endeavor to retake-
To iro ii -rrnrl iron rV oH i n t Vi o -a ft PT- I He
!the Adarondack mountains, where Sre Sunday and were the guests of J
urning here in the evening! she will spend some time, and sh
; a very instructive and sne catch an inspiration, her bi
Wilfred Wagner, moilier and j practical sermon to a very attentive
daughter, were among the many j congregation. Dr. Carnine is quite
may enable her to bring home a pic-
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Barco. They j
were accompanied home by Mrs. W. j
E. Veal and Masters W. E. Jr., and
ture. On her homeward trip she ex-; Jack Veal, who will spend several
United States recognizes the Huerta
government or not but does urge
that this country actively intervene
and impartially demand protection
for German subjects and their prop property.
erty. property. The note declares that it is due
from the United States to provide
protection, inasmuch as the Monroe
doctrine prohibits European powers
from landing troops on the soil of
the Western Hemisphere. It is be believed
lieved believed that other European powers
are ready to take some action.
The administration is becoming
alarmed over the latest develop developments.
ments. developments. The situation will be thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly considered when Ambassador
The United States now has i
strong force of troops on the Mexi Mexican
can Mexican border, and three battleships of
the dreadnaught type off the Mexi Mexican
can Mexican coast in" the Gulf of Mexico.
There are also three gun boats on
the Pacific coast, which would be
available. An army of twenty thou thousand
sand thousand men could be rushed at once
into Mexico. It is estimated that it
would require two hundred and
fifty thousand men to pacify the
Mexicans. It was stated at the navy
department yesterday that Galveston
will hereafter 17e used as a naval
base. It is expected that a large por portion
tion portion of the North Atlantic fleet will
be ordered to Caribbean waters
within a week.
(shoppers here last Saturday.
Miss Monica Branch, who has
been visiting at Boco Grand, has re returned
turned returned home.
J. E. Branch was here last Satur Saturday
day Saturday attending to business matters.
Don't forget the meeting today of
the truck growers association. Elec Election
tion Election of officers will be in order.
Mr. and Mrs. McAllister, residing
on tne wire road, were Saturday vis visitors.'
itors.' visitors.' Mr. McAllister is employed
at the McGehee Lumber Company's
Mr. mill-Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. Hickey and
their daughter, Miss Myrt, of South
Lake Weir, spent last Sunday visit visiting
ing visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Pyle.
L. J. Dankwertz, of Levon, was a
visitor here Saturday last.
James Thorn was seen among the
nvany visitors here last Saturday.
C. J. Balch was here last Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, as were Wm. Kelley and John
Weidner, all prosperous.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Messenger and
children came in from their farm
last Saturday to do their week-end
J. S. Pyle now keeps very busy j
popular here. He surely put in a
strenuous day for this hot weather.
pects to visit Miss Goodnough, in
days with them.
Rev. Kirby, recently called pastor
to the Baptist church, preached two
good sermons, morning and evening.
last Sunday. He is an earnest!
Christian gentleman. In the past
has been a worker in the slums of
A stranger arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Gale, Friday
morning, July 11, and asked for pro protection,
tection, protection, it is a beautiful little girl,
and mother and baby both doing
well. Frank would rather work at
home these days. Ask him what its
name is or wait until Mary returns
from her St. Petersburg trip and ask
Binghamton. X. Y., and will attend. -Margaret Lien, wno nas oeen
!the world's W. C. T. U. convention m w est vzm beacn wan reiatnes
lo be held in Brooklyn in October. I fr the last six weeks, is expected to
Miss Grace Turner's condition re-j return about the 22nd.
mains the same. Her suffering eas- Miss Rachel A'eal is visiting her
ied by opiates, she is just waiting for i aunt, Mrs. M. L. Reynolds, in Ocala.
the translation to her eternal home. I
Judge and Mrs. Honkins are ex-1 Passing up Main street today we
v,wwa, uiuuv. iiiuii,' jiiituuo HCIC lOJl i j
winter. I mirror top! And they are giving ; 1)nn g-
Adrianople, in spite of the protest
entered by the great powers. Nego Negotiations
tiations Negotiations have been completed with
Italy, ceding several small Islands in
the Aegean sea in return for Italian
battleships. This would indicate a
renewal of hostilities against Greece.
v dav The bride a Mrs i aw Just what we had been wanting i .
ui. me unue, as .irh. j th hospital in Jacksonville, is
e manv .friends here last the dearest little vanity box, with 1
Reddick, July 16. Mr. and Mrs.
A. G. Fridey are visiting relatives
in south Alachua.
Mrs. S. C. Mayo, who was taken to
Just stop and see J
n. n. .,.. the crmth tcinrtnw at tho A n dorenn ner "Onie ill
.:Sa,ne! "1!rSnaU YZ: T-Tn-ir ten days spent very pleasantly with
uii jiiusi come ,
Mr. Seesee thinks he has bached I them away, too
it long enough
go north or
Dr. Brannon has followed the ex
ample of all other doctors who have i
tried to live in Belleview, and has!
Miss Ethel Hawkins returned to
ner nonie m Aiacnua ouuuaj, n.v
left.. Too distressingly healthy here
The young people's societj have afor doctors, so we turn to tourists
straw ride out to Mr. Bryant's to- for company.
night Tuesday. 1
Miss Ella Syles and Mrs. Milliken. COTTON' PLANT
are busy women these days. They
Cotton Plant, July 16. We are,'
having plenty of rain and between 1
are talking trips to the mountains
j wonder ( ? )
W. R. Burros some time ago (times some very warm days,
bought the ',Sunnie" McClendonj Mrs W. E. Veal and children, and
home of Judge Hopkins.
kino of huT
NO. OF BAIS IN AiTiC
We have been very fortunate in se securing
curing securing the services of Mr. Carlton
Ervin as demonstrator of our sheet
music department, and he will be.
glad to have his musical friends call
He has a ; Miss Carrie Barco, attended the pic-
working his sweet potato crop, and Iuce ramiij oi cnnaren. jnic at t arrer s i-ona last inursuay.
expects to get a large yield. Irs- rna is stopping with Mrs. jpnd report it a very pleasant affair.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Horner and Mr. Haskell at present. j Mr. and Mrs A. W. Woodward
and Mrs. Carl Mielke were visitors! -Irs- Weibe and Mary Gale are ex-'spent several days last week on the
here last Saturday. J pected home from their down state YYithlacooch.ee river as the guests of
W. L. Smith, of South Lake Weir, '', outing today. ;Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Turner,
was a business visitor Saturday last. Mrs- Jones is taking a business Mrs. J. M. Barco and son. Sain, of
Miss Hazel Feltham, of Ocala. met trir to Gainesville today. Clearwater, came up last Thursday
Mrs. J. A. Frazier here last Monday- -Miss Emma Washburn is at Mr. and are spending a few days at "Snii "Snii-and
and "Snii-and on Tuesday they left for .Mrs. i Gale's doing professional duty. ny Slope Farm." They will leave
Frazier's home at Boco Grand. i Mi?s Ruth Whittier is looking well the middle of the week for Asheville.
H. R. L. White and children were!91"1 wl1 POon return to her profes- X. C where Mrs. Barco will spend
visitors here last Saturday. He came ?1'onal work in the north. She is the summer. Mr. Barco will return
especially to remind members of the! rr,te(1 Xo- 1 in ner profession as to Miami to practice law. We wish
truckers meeting today. j nurse. j for him all success.
j Mr. Xott is doing a tine job of Mr. Frank Morris left Saturday
Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf : screening at his new home here. He for I)eoro county where he will
i 8& $1 V
j i y.
relatives and friends. i O
Richmond and Ellie Hugh? Millihg-
j are visiting relatives In South Caro Caro-i
i Caro-i lina.
Mfs. R. X. Johnson has returned
home after two weeks spent with
her daughter, Mrs. I. W. Boring, at
Miss Appie Redditt has returned
home after a few days spent with
Mrs. J. C. Dupree.
Miss Ethel Smith, of Mcintosh,
is visiting Miss Leona Hammonds
this week. :
i daiiit-s S31JUIH is on the sick"
i list this week. We all wish her a
Wnrlr r t iYr. n ui.t. i
, c ivruuit-K streets nas
"pen completed, which was
ELIGIBLE. n7ch oof TOIi
MUT SCOUT PETE!
I ORT McCOV'S ANNEAL FEAST
. The Fort McCoy annual dinner
, will be given on Friday. July 18th.
; Everybody cordially invited. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will be sold by the committee
for the benefit of the cemetery. Oar
representatives will be invited to
speak on that day. The Ocala Northern-
will be asked to give special
rates for the occasion and we are ex exporting
porting exporting a large crowd." Committee.
THE NUT CLUB In a Case Like This, Did the Judge Do Right? By F. R. MORGAN
(Copyright, 1S13. Western Newspaper Lnlon-
officer, .That SooB
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K A L A XML i A fc
Trunks and Bajjs
More Goods for Your Money, or Your Money Back
WH.Y PAY MORE?
Revolvers and Guns
OCA LA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1913
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Official Commit ii
Frank's Pony Coeles
Ocala, Fla., July 16, 1913,
This is to certify that we, the undersigned, have this day examined the
ballot box in which the votes of Frank's Pony Contest were cast. We found
said box sealed as signed before the witnesses on July 9, 1913.
We counted the ballots, and found the votes of the three leading candi candidates
dates candidates as follows:
Marion Lummus 5362
Turney Colbert 6002
Tom Sexton 1133
After adding the number of votes for each candidate to his count as per
previous list, we find as follows:
Marion Lummus 23892
Turncy Colbert 23665
Tom Sexton 13360
Therefore we declare as prize winner the following candidates:
Marion Lummus Pony
Turney Colbert Bicycle
Tom Sexton Watch
H. D. STOKES,
GEO. T. BLITCH,
L. P. WILSON,
Judges in Frank's Pony Contest.
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Mcintosh, July IS. Miss Myrtle
Brinson of Ocala, who was the guest
of iUiss Myrtle Granger last week, re returned
turned returned home Saturday.
Mr, W. M. Gist left for Princeton,
W. Va., on business, last week.
Mr. Godwin of Fairfield was in
Miss Bobbie Baldwin left Tuesday
for a trip. Her first stop will be
Lookout Mountain, Tenn., for at
Mr. S. H. Gaitskill has received
this week a thoroughbred Shorthorn
cow and yearling bull, which he has
sent out to his farm. They were
purchased from Mr. C. H. Simpson,
Milton. Fla. He has just had erected
nnd is now filling a large sile, size
14x28 feet, which will hold about
100 tons of silage.
Mr. L. F. Hlckson has purchased
the Mcintosh Bottling Works, and
expects to have it in full working
order next week, as he has ordered
lots of new supplies.
Thursday, July 10th. saw the
largest picnic crowd on record leave
Orange Lake for Lochloosa lake,
twenty-three in number with three
launches, spending the day, swim swimming,
ming, swimming, eating and various other out
door pleasures. Remarkable to say,
not one accident happened during
the day to mar anyone's pleasure.
Bream fishing is still very good. It
is a common sight to see a man with
a sack full of this variety of the finny
Mrs, M. G. Norsworthy and daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Louise and Edna, are visiting
Miss Ethel Smith spent the week
end in Reddick.
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Enjoy outdoor life without tan and
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your complexion. Get it at Gerig's
Woodmen meet Thursday night.
Fairfield, July 16. Quite a crowd
of young people from Reddick and
Fairfield attended Sunday school at
Carter's Pond Thursday. In the af afternoon
ternoon afternoon they went into Ocala, and
out to Silver Springs on a jolly auto
trip, and report having had the time
cf their lives. Among them were:
Messrs. Whorter Carter, Leslie Len Len-ker,
ker, Len-ker, Sam Light, Stafford Stokes.
Robert McAully, Henry and Allen
Snellings, and Misses Ruth Light,
Ruby Hicks, Annie Louise Shuffiin,
Anna Sherouse and Carrie Bitting Bitting-ley.
ley. Bitting-ley. A dance was given in the W. O. W.
hall last Friday night. Ice cream
was sold by Mr. Miller, and splendid
music was furnished by Mr. Clarence
Chitty of Irvine. About thirty-five
young people were present and re report
port report a nice time.
Mr. Osteen of Morriston, was a
caller here Thursday. In a few
weeks Mr. Osteen and family expect
to move here, and he will have
sharge of the Fairfield Naval Stores
Mr. and Mrs. Ash Young are the
proud, parents of a fine baby girl
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Robson are
rejoicing over the arrival of a girl
baby, this being their sixth child and
Croquet is a great game at Fair Fairfield.
field. Fairfield. The boys find it a good excuse
to get with the girls in the after afternoons.
noons. afternoons. Messrs. Avna Hicks and Stafford
Stokes were visitors to Mcintosh
Little Vera Summers, of High
Springs, is still visiting her aunt,
Mrs. W. L. Rod win.
Messrs. Robert McAully, Jim
Scruggs and Sam Light, of Reddick,
Mr. Lacy McLain of Ocala, and Mr.
Sam Price of Lowell, Misses Ruth
Light and Aura Sherouse of Red Reddick,
dick, Reddick, attended preaching here Sun Sunday
day Sunday night.
Saturday afternoon Leaker and
Fairfield will have a baseball game
on the Fairfield diamond. Every Everybody
body Everybody come, especially the girls.
Lake Weir, July 15. Mr. Brag Brag-don
don Brag-don of Leesburg spent Sunday with
Mrs. E. P. Moody and family.
Mr. W. J. Frink of Levon was en enjoying
joying enjoying the lake breezes several times
the past week, while visiting friends
Mr. Davis of Georgia spent the
past week on the lake looking up a
location for mercantile and real es estate
tate estate business.
Dr. T. K. Slaughter and family
are occupying the Dixon cottage at
the lake for the summer months.
Letters received from Eloise and
Catherine Henry give glowing ac accounts
counts accounts of their visits with relatives
in Virginia and Baltimore, where
they have been the past ten days,
after a visit of a few days in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D. C.
EFFECTS OF Till:
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Two large houses In central lo location,
cation, location, suitable for residence or
boarding houses; one S-room and
hath, and one 8 rooms and bath;
either house will accommodate two
families, and we will rent to suit
tenants. Apply to D S. Woodrcw
or Elmer DeCanip. 5-20
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A meeting of the stockholders of
the Ocala Athletic Association will be
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.
7-9-2 3 C. W. Hunter.
At RIGHT PRICES
The Furniture 3Ien
All that It Applies to Must Come
Down by the 22nd
Marshal Brigance lias just com completed
pleted completed his rounds of notification of
the passage of the sign ordinance.
While it is not necessary to notify the
public of the passage of city laws,
our marshal has taken it upon him himself
self himself to present personally to every
business house in the city a copy of
the recently .passed and approved or or-dinance
dinance or-dinance prohibiting the placing of
advertising signs across the side sidewalks.
walks. sidewalks. The time limit set for the
ordinance to take effect is July 21st.
Those who have not obeyed its pro provisions
visions provisions on that date will be brought
before the recorder, but with the ad advance
vance advance notice given by the marshal it
is hoped that all will have complied.
All awnings must be nine feet above
the sidewalks, while advertising
signs must be placed on the building
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
beautifm. For sale by all dealers, ad
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New 1913 World's Almanac, just
received; 35 cents at Ballard's News
Buy it now. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is al almost
most almost 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. i
We sock the knife into prices on Hardware. A
big business at little prices is our way of doing bus business.
iness. 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 busi business.
ness. business. Marion Hardware Co.,
COTTAGE FOR, KENT
My cottage at Woodmar on Lake
Weir, completely furnished, is for
rent for July. R. R. Carroll.
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Instantly takes the eting oat of corns and bunions.
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Ahen"s Foot-Ease makes tight or new shoes feel
easy. It i s a certain relief for s westing, callous,
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package address Alien S. Olmsted, Le Roy, 2f. V.
Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf
W. C, BLANGHARD
CGN7RACTCR AND BUILDER
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
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For soreness of the muscles,
whether induced by violent exercise
or injury, there is nothing better
than Chamberlain's Liniment. This
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A a vrr employ none hut em pert we tire In pomltlon to guarantee ev ever
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FORT KING BLOCK
OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1913
rudence ia Safety.
Prudent people believe in absolute protection
for their valuables.
The most secure place is in the safety deposit
vaults of this bank.
They are fire-proof and they are burglar-proof.
Individual safe deposit boxes may be rented at rea reasonable
sonable reasonable rates.
Mr. M. L. Payne
visitor to the city
of Fairfield was
NO BAND CONCERT
Fresh buttermilk every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore. 6-24-tf
Owing to several members of the
band being out of the city, Mr. A. E.
Gerig regretfully announces that
there will be no concert tomorrow
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f R9tnrn!ifs in all irrados nnrl ci7P nt
V X. L -TV"
ifro wfiei yoz
J 7 -4,
in fie BowA
"All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy."
Everybody likes to take a trip. It brightens us up
and gives us something to think about, and if you
have got some money tucked away in the bank, so
that when you do find time to take the trip, it will
buy some tickets ana some nice clothes and make
that trip possible, whereas, without that money,
your vacation would have to be spent at home.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay I per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
fee jjmiiiiraxfett mtlt
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR RENT Offices in Holder
building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR RENT Three or four fur furnished
nished furnished rooms; light housekeeping.
Enquire Anderson Pharmacy. 7-16-tf
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 Carn. 5-31-tf
LOST In Belleview, yesterday,
two Ocala. ladies. P. S. They have
been found since the above was put
RAGS WANTED Anyone having
on hand well laundered cotton rags
can dispose of them by applying at
the Star office. 7-4-tf
FOR RENT Upstairs; consisting
of three rooms, furnished for house housekeeping,
keeping, housekeeping, with bath, city and cistern
Y.-ater. Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 S.
Fifth street. 7-S-6t
COST At Miss Florence Samp Sampson's
son's Sampson's party recently, a gold bar pin
with button on center and taps on
ends. Return to Miss Marjorie Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, at Frank's store. 7-17-Gt
horse and buggy, by
ton as collector in
a large corpora corpora-Marion
Marion corpora-Marion county.
Address with references. J. B. CoIIey,
care Harrington Hall. 7-17-3t
FOR SALE Pure bred White Or Orpingtons,
pingtons, Orpingtons, yearling pullets and cock cockerels,
erels, cockerels, also eggs and young chicks:
yearlings, $3.50 per trio; eggs, $1.30
for 13. A cock sold by me won first j
prise at the tri-state fair in Pensa-!
Care Star of-
FOR SALE 1913 4hp.
motorcycle. Cheap for cash.
LOST Waltham watch, enfraving
on front, open face, initials E. W. S.
on back. Black fob with letter R.
Finder will be rewarded. Dr. Will
iams, box 332.
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
I. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed
I). E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 303
Undertaking Office 47
Trv a Star want ad.
The vacation season Is just begin beginning
ning beginning and those in need of Trunks
should call and see our prices.
The Furniture Men
MARION COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. Wr. Davis,
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Sheriff J. p. Gallowuy, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Probate Wm. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, Ocala; J. W. Davis, Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. H.
Brinson, Superintendent. Ocala; B.
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham,
Fort McCoy; W. D. Carn, Ocala.
Ii. J). FULLER
Over the Munroe & Chambliss Bank
J. E. CI I ACE
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
L. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
M. C. IZLAR
Office Law Library Building
J. G. PURVIS
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building
Mr. A. E. Gerig is home from
business visit to Jacksonville.
Lucky Blue Bird Pins the latest
thing out Weihe, the jeweler.-15-6t
Pictures framed well and promptly
by Murray & Company. 7-lo-3t
Satan furnishes his own gasoline
when you permit him to act as your
See those shirts without a tail at
Waterman's. Something brand new.
Wanted, for Oklawaha avenue, a
brood of crowless roosters. Also for
the other avenues.
Men have long
provement in shirts.
We have it.
ll. mill. China, crockery, and
still sold way below cost by
& Company. 7-15-3t
Rev. Bunyan Stephens wept to
Lake Weir last night, and willW the
guest of the Meffert boys until Sat
Initial correspondence cards in all
the latest styles at Murray & Com Company's.
pany's. Company's. 7-15-3t
Messrs. Ed L. Wartmann, Stewart
Ramey and Robert H. Shortridge
are representing Citra in the city to today.
day. today. Counters and show cases at less
than half cost. Murray & Company.
Mrs. Henry Cook has returned
from a trip to Ocala, where she spent
the first of the week with relatives.
St. Petersburg Independent.
Are you'going away? Then let
fit you up with a trunk or bag.
B. Masters Co. G-30-lm
DR. AY. K. LANE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Mr. C. R. Kreger returned last
night from Jacksonville, where he
went to witness the marriage of his
sister, Miss Edna Kreger to Mr.
The Wednesday evening prayer
meeting of the Methodist church will
open at 7:,0 p. m. until further no notice.
tice. notice. Mr. Carl Priest, who is at pres present
ent present in charge of the well drilling
business of Pasteur & Johnson, An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, was in the city yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon to get parts for a broken ma machine.
chine. machine. He is at present at work on
several jobs in the Lowell section.
The new filing cabinets for the
vault in the county clerk's office have
arrived and will be installed in a few
days. They are made of steel to
to match the other fixtures in the
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?tf
Mr. D. S. Welsh, who recently
moved to Ocala from Melbourne, will
have the management of the Ocala
Lumber & Sipplv Comuanv's nlsnt
after the first of August
ron s resigna
tion will take effect.
The street department is doing
good work of late in relieving a
number of low places in the paving.
Water has been standine in these
places from day to day during the
late rainy spell and the present im improvements
provements improvements are highly welcome to
the parties inhabitating the nearby
Mr. Joe Potter left yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for a two weeks' visit to rel relatives
atives relatives at Richland. Fla. He expects
to spend his time fishing and hunt hunting
ing hunting and says if he is successful sev several
eral several of his Ocala friends will hear
Mr. F. D. Fuller, who efficiently
assisted Secretary Rooney with
Board of Trade matters for some
weeks, has returned to his home in
For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. 3. C. Geiger. Ad.
MRS. CLYDE TIMMONS
Mrs. Clyde Timmons, the young!
mother in a family which came herei
from Indianapolis last year, died of!
tuberculosis at her home in the
northeast of town yesterday evening.
Her remains were interred in Green Greenwood
wood Greenwood annex this morning. Rev. W.
H. Coleman officiated and Mr. E. C.
Smith had charge of the arrange arrangements.
ments. arrangements. Mrs. Timmons was 29 years of
age. and leaves four children, the
oldest not yet five, the youngest sev seven
en seven months old. Their home is at
Fellowship, but they moved on Mr.
C. R. Tydings' place near town a
short time ago to be near a doctor.
An aunt of Mr. Timmons is help helping
ing helping the bereaved -husband to care for
Mr. Z. C. Chambliss has given Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Rooney a number of large
photographs of(Ocala residences and
Marion county facms for display on
the walls of tii JLJuaid of. Trade
rooms. They are handsome and con convincing
vincing convincing proofs of the prosperity of
Mr. Robert L. Bracey of Brooks Brooks-ville,
ville, Brooks-ville, is in the city in the interest of
his appointment as United States
marshal for this district. He has a
splendid line of endorsements from
his home town and his many friends
are very entnusiasticany at work m
his behalf. "Bob," the name by
which his many Ocala friends know
him, lived here some years ago and
he would no doubt receive their sup support
port support for his appointment but for the
fact that our fellow townsman, Mr. T.
E. Bridges, is also after the same
Mr. J. M. Thomas, of the Munroe
& Chambliss Bank, went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville this afternoon to be present at
the hearing of the Rentz bankruptcy!
case tomorrow. This is the postponed j
meeting from that held in this city!
some days ago.
A card from Mr. Jos. W. Dodse. in;
Jacksonville, says that his daughter, j ed. I didn't get the pony but I got
Miss Adelaide, now in an Asheville'a good bicycle. Turney Colbert,
sanitarium, is very sick, but her nhv-
sicians are confident of her ultimate
recover'. Mr. Dodge will not sever j
his business relations or forget his
personal friendships with Ocala.
.Mr. C. M. Dickerson. division pas passenger
senger passenger agent of the Seaboard with
headquarters in Jacksonville, is in
the city. He came down to take
charge of the city ticket office, which
has been in charge of .Mr. Ellis tor
the past ten days. Mr. Ellis will in
a few days enter into another line of
business and has asked to be re relieved.
On exhibition at the Board of
Trade rooms are some specimens of
the Florida apple, grown on the old
Moody place east of town. They are
well develoned fruit, and indicate
that if apple culture in Florida was
carefully gone into it might give
An immense shipment of the lat latest
est latest music just received. Also a com complete
plete complete line of standard music and mus music
ic music folios. A. M. Lansford. 7-12-tfd
20c per lb.
vc aid carrying a very com
plete StOCk Of Frank E.
Block's Crackers and Cakes
in bulk and packages.
All 10c packages 3 for 25 cts,
all 5c packages 6 for 25 cts.
There is none better than
THE OGALA NATIONAL
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
TO MY FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC
I have severed my connection with
the Ocala Plumbing and Electric Co.,
and opened up for myself. I have
bought out Mr. R. E. Yonge's plumb plumbing
ing plumbing business, which is situated on the
railroad, a few doors south of Fort
King avenue. Until I am permanent permanently
ly permanently located at my new quarters, phone
all orders to No. 3S8 (Mr. Yonge's
tin shop), or No. 235, my residence.
All work entrusted to me shall re receive
ceive receive my personal attention.
Thanking you in advance for any
business you may throw my way, I
beV to remain.
J. W. Akin.
Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake was operat
ed on at the hospital this morning
and is resting as well as could be ex expected.
pected. expected. Mr. Tankersley and Mr. Howell are
doing very well today.
All the other patients are convales convalescing.
cing. convalescing. MARION RETURNS THANKS
When I left my home last night to
return to my regulvr duties of get getting
ting getting out the Daily Banner, my little
boy called me back, and said:
"Daddy, if I win the pony, don't
forget to thank everybody for voting
for me. Be sure and put it in the pa paper,
per, paper, now."
I take this method of granting his
S. M. Lummus.
CARD OF THANKS
I want to thank all who voted for
me in Frank's pony contest just elo?3-
Mr. W. L. Godwin,
was a business visitor
day. He has for many
in town to to-years
years to-years been
! managing the turpentine farms of
; the Wade-McNair Company at Fair-
field, but will in the near future
!make his home at High Springs, to
enter into another line of business.
The younger baseball boys-- cf
Ocala have been trying to induce
their Dunnellon peers to come here
lor a game, but so far without suc success.
cess. success. The Dunnellon boys .say they
will play the Ocala's on the phos phosphate
phate phosphate city diamond, however.
When the bandsmen went to their
rocm in the Gary block used by them
for practice lat night, they found
the lights were cut off. and could no"
rehearse. It seems to the Star that
the city can afford to give the band
light for rehearsals.
The Moose expect to have a large
roun i lime at the opening of their
new club rooms in the Colonial this
evening. A large delegation will be
present from Tampa, and the eve evening
ning evening will be full of fun and instruc instruction
tion instruction in lodge lore.
n e s
sons are in
snd s olicit
the plumb plumb-vour
vour plumb-vour busi-
The remains o
f Louvenia Richard-
son. the colored
woman who was
killed by her husband south of town
yesterday, were buried in Calvary
this morning. The murder was
brutal; the girl's husband (she was
;onv eighteen) had compelled her to
! leave him by bad treatment, and kill-
jed her because she would not return
ito him. The gun with which, used
as a club, the murder was commit committed,
ted, committed, was found lying by the body.
Richardson is still at large, but the
officers are on his trail.
Another colored woman was killed
by her husband in St. Petersburg
yesterday. James Preston and wife,
who lived here up to four months
ago, had a quarrel, and the man
emptied a revolver into the woman,
killing b'r instantly. Her body was
sent here today for burial. Preston
is vet at large.
:i INUSCRIPT COVERS
An e'epar.t line or lawyers" manu manuscript
script manuscript cover-, :n anv color that could
be desire!, just received nf. the Star
Program for This Evening
"Back to the Primitive." Lubin.
"A Four-Footed Cupid." Kleine.
"The Twelfth Juror." Edison.
"Left Handed Man." Biograph.
Tonight photos of Eleanor Blan Blanch
ch Blanch ard will be given away.
OPEN DAY AND TilGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
DR. J. HARRY WALTERS
Office Telephone 78
Residence Telephone 493
When you want something and
don't know where to find it, call the
Court Pharmacy. If they don't carry
it they will be glad to tell you where
to find what you want. 7-10-6t
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It will look as bright
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Next to Express Office.
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To be Cleaned and Press Pressed,
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y & co.
Fresh and Cured Meats, r'resh and
Salt Water Fish, Chickens, Eggs
and Vegetables of all Kinds
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JULiY 17, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
IHTTIXCiEIl & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
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Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance 50
One year, in advance
Six months, in advance. .
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance. .
INTERESTING TO ALL
.rops, demonstrating that our agri-
FLORID FARMERS cuuurai ue eiopniem exceeus auj in
'the state. All our people need is a
Following is a report of an inves-j loosening up of their purse strings
ligation at Oak Crest Farm, now op-plnfnS u with organized efforts that
erated bv the Oak Crest Farm Co.,!wi11 portray Marion's possibilities to
Mr H. C. Bailev president: Mr. E.those seeking homes in a county and
E. Dalziel, secretary, and Mr. J. A
This company has purchased 30 00
acres. The major portion of this
'acreage was formerly owned by Mr.
E. L. Howell, president of the Mc McDowell
Dowell McDowell Crate Co., of Oak, Fla. This
large farm of which one thousand
acres have been under cultivation for
the past eighteen years, by Mr. How Howell
ell Howell from whom I gleaned much val
uable information and statistics, asi
we sat around the dining table in the
"bachelor" quarters of "Mine Host"
Bailey. And such a dinner a con continued
tinued continued retro brings back its delight delightful
ful delightful "menu" and scientific prepara preparation
tion preparation under the skilled hands of Dr.
Weaver (of whom I hope to have
much to say later).
In my conference with Mr. Howell
one of Marion county's strongest
and most progressive farmers and
business men I obtained a vast
amount of valuable statistical infor information
mation information and data, some of which I in include
clude include in this -article. His average on
-special products: On 2 5 acres in to-1
mat os, hipped 3100 crates, selling
them at 1.25 per crate f. o. "b. cars
at Oak, giving gross receipts of
$3,75. The cost of production: fer fertilizer,
tilizer, fertilizer, $400; seed, $25; labor and
land rent, $50o; packing house
charges, ?t30; total expenses, $ 1 ,-'
' ,-' 855. leaving a net profit of 2,020;
$SS per acre net for one crop. Take
alone the hay crop from this same
land, and you have an additional
20 per acre, when if planted to corn
.or other crops would double the yield
state where failure is not known. A
man that does not succeed under the
conditions that we have here, needs
a guardian. Our lands are produc
tive and always respond to intelli intelligent
gent intelligent handling, and with the methods
of this age, agricultural colleges, ex experts,
perts, experts, and farmers beginning to
wake up to the fact that no longer is
the tiller of the soil a mere process
of labor, but one of the professions,
! requiring deep thought and study.
The farmer of today who is not only
listening to the counsel and advice of
our agricultural journals, seeking
scientific knowledge taking advant advantage
age advantage of every opportunity and avenue
of information, analyzing their soils
and conditions, utilizing all the by byproducts
products byproducts of the farm, letting nothing
go to waste, carefully selecting seeds
and following up the proper rotation
of crops, is not only succeeding, but
building up their farms, making pos possible
sible possible greater yields, diversifying,
raising their own stock, cattle and
hogs, are making homes happier.
lire better, and accumulating a lu.t
(recompense tor their labor. No vo-
cat ion of life today presents a finer
i field of endeavor and activitv than
that of the farmer. He is in deed
and truth the "bone and sinew" of
the land God's nobleman, the only
one who has the "key" to unlock, to
open, to 'settle the great question of
the "high cost of living."
The corn club boys and the can canning
ning canning club girls are forging great
links in the chain of domestic econ economy,
omy, economy, and becoming benefactors, aid-
of manv vexing
on the farm utilizing
jraodations. There is more than H'OOj
'acres under cultivation and this is to I
'be bandied as a large cattle and hog!
j raising specialty. Also teatunzing
jwith Japanese and sugar cane, pea-j
i im:s. tomatoes and hay crops. Aj
! ,ar?e canning factory (modern and ;
ip to date) syrup mill, and cold stor-
..ge plant to iake care of their en-;
;.ire product. This will be handled;
'along scientific agricultural line?.;
isoils properly analyzed, treated and;
I crops and products adapted accord-1
1 found two formations on this'
farm deserving more than passings
notice: One a deposit of calcium, ;
phosphate and fossil and sulphur de-'
posit, the component parts of which;
are silica, iron, carbonate of lime,!
sulphate of lime, ammonium, oxalate;
sulphur and pyroligneous acids.,'
This would, within itself, ground fine j
and spread over acid soil, sweeten it!
to that extent that it would be more
productive and even prevent rust in;
our grain and other plant life. But
to increase the nitrogen plant food,!
it makes it necessary to add to this;
the wonder of wonders. Right there'
they have the most wonderful deposit!
of leaf mold or inert soil I believe to!
be found in the state. It would
give them several million tons. Now:
in this process of increasing the nit-;
rogen plant food enters the deep'
study of success, fully analyzing and
understanding agricultural develop-:
ment as we should in this, modern
age to get all we should from our
soils. When you couple this former
I deposit of cockle shell of lime car
bonates as detailed above with this
with onlv the exnense of rurtine and i &
" t, . , , problems
, i w j 1 at tt n what has been going to waste
the property of the Oak Crest1"8 Us ine uesi OI l,rouuc I0r nome
Farm Co., from whom he rented.
Take as another example, 80 acres
planted to cantaloupes, from which
he shipped 4 000 crates, and the
smallest number of crates per acre,
he has raised on this land in eight eighteen
een eighteen years planting. These sold for
'1.30 per crate f. o. b. cars, a total
.of 5,800. The crop costing: fertil fertilizer,
izer, fertilizer, 902; seed, 100; labor and
land, 720; packing house expenses,
consumption, as well as adding t
the home exchequer, which is giving
our farmers' homes more comforts,
and improvements and encouraging
our boys and girls to stick to the
farm the best life of all; freer from
the influences that lead our young
people away from that which makes
our best men and women fitted to
cope with the great problems of life,
minds and character builded and fit-
:$640; total expenses, 2,362, show-!.
ing a net profit of 2,838. This
eighty acres now has a fine crop of
velvet beans, and the only expenses
will be 25 for seed. This
at least 10 per acre more profit,
leaving the land in splendid condi condition
tion condition for beginning another year's
Take another forty acre field of
corn and beans planted together a
fine prospect for 25 to 30 acres of
corn and the beans will make a fine
.showing on this acreage. On these
lands during the eighteen years
farmed by Mr. Howell he has figured
his vegetable crop pays him from 25
to 75 per acre profit, and these are
always followed by some other pro product
duct product and then a hay crop of some
of our native grasses or beggar weed.
A showing of this kind, from a man
who has been doing this for eighteen
ted by the close contact with nature
years is a guarantee that the lands
acquired by the Oak Crest Farm Co. I houses
are reliable and can be depended
upon also that farming in Marion
county is no idle dream, but a fact.
What I saw there is being done
throughout the county, which places
Marion county in the forefront. We
can show better results from all
in all her grandeur studying deei
questions of agricultural develop development
ment development as gleaned from her practical
will add "f "ucu jiuu,MiiB uaui mc, i kji
mation and nnal results. The best
students of the age are those closest
to nature the broadest minds those
delving into the secrets of old mother
earth and making thereof her every
feature an avenue of activity and en endeavor.
deavor. endeavor. In making a careful investigation
of the purposes of this new develop development
ment development of the Oak Crest Farm Co. and
a close study of just what they have
to make this enterprise a success, ij
was astounded at what I found and
will in a meager way undertake to
give you some of its details:
These people have what you would
call a model farm 3000 acres of
choice Marion county land. They
have now some 6 or 7 very good
with a number of smaller
tenant houses. The large two-story
residence standing on the hill at
Oak, overlooking that entire section,
will have an addition as well as an another
other another story added. Constructed along
lines of solid comfort, rooms large
and airy. This is for general accom-
leaf mould or irert soil, begins a
basis of fertilization. But this will
be carried still farther. The bring bringing
ing bringing of these two properties together
and form a culture which will be
produced by electrotic action, in
subjecting ammonium pole which
produces hydroxide of aluminum
and ammonia. This in turn gives us
solure the name of this process which
is a rich, powerful and native humus.
It only requires a slight calcination
for a final finish of this preparation
Now let us study the results of
those two great natural forces and
find what their usage will bring to
us. This solure will not only sweet sweeten
en sweeten an acid soil, making it a sweet
alkaline soil, but it will retain its
mist ure, prevent earth cracks, giving
free nitrogen food to all plants an 1
growing seeds, increasing nodules on
all seeds, prevent closing of pores, :
which by capillary attraction draw
the earth gasses and nitrogen matter
into the roots, making them strong
so they will resist rust and animal
culture. The reaction brings about
the exploding of granular matter,
wliich breaks up intact soils, assist-'
ing tender nodules and sprouts to
produce at once permanent vegeta-i
The leading factor in all the above!
theoretical demonstration is the1
utilization of all waste products that j
heretofore have been of no purpose, i
The Oak Crest Farm Co. will sure-!
ly demonstrate and carry out these;
lines of development; they are going :
at it scientifically and but few mis-!
takes can be made. How clearly this
demonstrates that to successfully!
handle large projects, or give to our:
farmers best results, our county;
should have an expert agriculturist to j
aid and best determine what to bra
Old Marion contains many other j
resources and mines of Wealth lying j
dormant that only need to be touch-j
ed to bring these latent torces into
I was also shown the large de development
velopment development at the Anthony Farms,
but it is of such importance that it
deserves a special write-up which I
will give later.
I will point with pride to the de development
velopment development at Oak Crest Farms and
every visitor to Marion county should
go there to study what is and can be
done. Success to the enterprise.
J. D. Rooney.
SURROUND you business with the security and efficient service of this insti institution.
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
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We are exclusive
for this famous
The Holeproof Hosiery is the
original guaranteed hosiery.
There have been many imita imitators
tors imitators since it was put on the
market, but it has no equal.
We have them in all colors for
every member of the family.
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North Magnolia St.
TO THE CITIZENS OF OCALA
OHDEIi OF EASTERN" STAI1
Eastern Star Chapter 29, regular
meeting first Friday night each
month at Yonge's Hall. Visitors wel welcome.
come. welcome. Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
Mrs. A. E. Burnett,
The State Board of Health in order
to place Ocala in the registration dis district,
trict, district, demands that all deaths and
births be reported promptly to the
city clerk. Doctors, mid-wives,
nurses, undertakers or even the
head of families are expected to co cooperate
operate cooperate 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-S-lm Ocala Board of Health.
F. E. McCLANE, IVI. O
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ceived Received daily from the Ocala Heights
Dairy. Gerig's Drugstore. 6-17-tf
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PHONES Office, No. 3 32. Dr. McClane's Residence, No. 407.
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We have them for the Whole Family, for All Occassions, Evening, Dress, and General Wear. When in need of
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Dry Goods, Ladies' Ready to Wear,
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OCA LA EVEXIXG STAR, THURSDAY", JULY' 17, 1913
Build a "NEW
10 Per cent Larger
50 Per cent Larger
No Lost Space.
More Comfortable to
Most Modern in EAi3V
Easier to Rent or Sell.
HOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county, Florida, met
Un regular session in the regular
i place, on Tuesday. July S, 1913.
! There were iresent and acting, W.
; D. Carn, chairman, and B. R. Blitch,
i member, with J. H. Brinson, secre
tary. Mr. J. b. urantnani, tne otner
I member, came in about an hour
Interest tor .$4 2 on warrants held
that there might be need for the
house and lot in the future.
Messrs. Frank Lightsey and J. J.
Goin called and made request for a
school to be located between Belle- j
view and Shady. It was later agreed)
to furnish the necessary materials!
for building a house 20x24 feet in j
Ben Wilson, supervisor of the col-j
ored school at Wacula, called and!
made request of the board to furnish I
material for the erection of a new
school house on a lot for which he
presented a deed to the board, on the
Martel hard road. It was agreed
bv Mrs. E. J. Cardv. amounting to
$1,400. being due for semi-annual that lf tne commuill-v uld raise
payment, the same was ordered paid
bv county warrant.
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A petition as follows was present-
led from the qualified electors and
taxpayers of the Oak Hill district by
Mr. H. V. Nettles accompanied by
Mr. J. A. Jones and Mr. P.
j Brown: To the Honorable Board of
! Public Instruction for Marion Coun Coun-Ity:
Ity: Coun-Ity: We, the undersigned qualified
electors and taxpayers of Oak Hill
Special Tax School District, hereby
petition your honorable body to call
an election to be held within the
proposed boundaries of this district
for the purpose of changing the
(boundaries from those of the pres
ent, which are as follows: The south
! of sections 2, 3, 4 and o, and the
south l2 of section G, and all of sec sections
tions sections 7, S, 9, 10, 11, 14, 13, 16, 17
and IS of township 13, range 20, to
te as follows: Beginning at the So.
east corner of 15-13-20, running
thence north to south boundary of
the Arrendonda Grant, thence west
erly along the grant line to the line
dividing ranges 10 and 20, thence
south to the S. W. corner of 1S-13
20, thence east to point of beginning.
Signed, J. A Jones, Y. P. Brown, M.
J. Mixon, V. M. Green, L. R. Jacobs,
John Thomas. Reee Lee, Josh Dant Dant-zler.
zler. Dant-zler. H. W. Nettles. E. T. Austelle,
H. C. Sparkman, B. H. Howard.
Due advertisement of the above;
petition was ordered made. j
Mr. R. C. Veal, one of the trus-1
tees of the Cotton Plant district,
called and made report of an agree agreement
ment agreement that the trustees of the Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Plant sehool had entered into
with the patrons who had asked for
a school to be established at Leroy,
to transport, their children to the
Cotton Plant school. After the sit situation
uation situation was discussed it was agreed
that Mr. Veal should be authorized
to complete arrangements to trans transport
port transport the children to the Cotton Plant
school and pay not more than $15
per month for the same from the
Cotton Plant district funds.
Messrs. J. C. Perry, Walter Nich Nichols
ols Nichols and IlobU Shaw, trustees of the
Pedro district, called and made re request
quest request for repairs on the house in the
way of fixing the pillars where they
had been undermined by the sand
blowing. away and filling in the holes
where the sand had blown out.
They also made an inquiry of the
board as to -whether they would be
willing to duplicate any amounts
that might be paid in by private sub subscription
scription subscription to apply on the indebted indebtedness
ness indebtedness of the district. Action upon
each request passed over without
action at the present.
Messrs. L. B. Marsh, J. N. Brin Brinson,
son, Brinson, Ed. Teuton, O. E. Hill and T.
r. Holly, patrons of the Marshville
school, called to discuss with the
board the request that had been
previously presented to move the
schoou house some distance east and
to re-establish the old Daisy school.
The matter was fully discussed and
Mr. George Johns, in company
with Mr. Joe Dennison, called to ask
the board to furnish material for the
building of a school house for the
Derby school, Mr. Johns to furnish
the board the deed for an acre of
land upon which to place the house.
Ic was agreed that the board would
furnish all the necessary material
and pay $25 on labor of building.
It was also agreed to furnish mater material
ial material for putting down a pump and the
community was to pay for the work
pertaining to putting it down.
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at a decided price
i .iiiin j ri
For your sweetheart mar
ried or otherwise a diamond
solitaire is eminently proper.
Nothing better as an engage engagement
ment engagement or birthday ring". Surprise Father,
Husband or Drothcr vviih a nice ring. VVc
have a sf lendid assortment of gems in up-to-
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the-minute settings at rrices to
i suit the t'-.ir.nett pocUctbock.You.-v.-ill
find rings to su;.t everyone i CjT
men and vc:
in now while
as much as $20 the board would fur
nish the remainder of the material
necessary to build the house.
Mr. C. J. "Proctor, supervisor of
the Dallas school, called and made
request of the board for help in
building a new school house for the
Dallas school within about a quarter
cf a mile of the old' school house,
the new one to be on the new hard
road from Pedro to the Summerfield
hard road. It was agreed for him to
have bills for the lumber prepared
and get deed to the proposed lot
and present to the chairman and
secretary for action.
Messrs. J. F. Luffman and Joe
Fore, trustees of the Griner Farm
school, made request for desks to be
furnished their school. The board
agreed to furnish 54 new single
desks. The pump was reported to be
out of order and it was agreed to
have some one examine and fix it. A
request was made for the salary of
the principal, to be fixed at $65 per
month Jnstead of $60, and it was
agreed to pay $60 from the county
funds and $5 from the district funds.
Mr. F. Abate of the Keystone
school, called and made request for
the board to purchase a lot for them
and furnish material for the build-1
ing of a school house. The matter
of the purchase of a lot was left to
the secretary to look after, the price
not to be more than $30 for the acre.
It was also understood that the board
would furnish the materials for the
house and the people of the com community
munity community would do the work of build building.
ing. building. Inasmuch as there was a petition
presented asking for the appoint appointment
ment appointment of Miss Bertha Snow as assist assistant
ant assistant teacher of the Pedro school and
since there had been a recommenda
tion from the trustees not to appoint
any teacher from the community, it
was agreed to refer the matter to
the patrons for settlement and the
secretary was to notify them to hold
meeting to select ah assistant and to
make report to him.
The matter of the removal of the
school from the present site of the
Marshville school was taken up and
discussed and it was decided to con continue
tinue continue to operate the school at the
present site for the coming term.
In the matter of the fixing of the
pillars of the Pedro school house
and the filling in of sand, it was
agreed that the county would author authorize
ize authorize the fixing to the limit of $15 at
county expense. In the matter of
the request to meet with county
funds such amounts as might be con contributed
tributed contributed by citizens of the Pedro
community to apply on the cancella cancellation
tion cancellation of their indebtedness it was de decided
cided decided that it wojild be an unusual
procedure that they could not under undertake
take undertake at this time.
Adam Mitchell and some of the
patrons of the Evergreen colored
school called to present a petition
asking for the removal of the pres-
i ent supervisor. It was agreed to
notify the supervisor to appear be before
fore before the board at the next meeting
for the purpose of being heard in the
The board adjourned until the
Mr. H. Y. Nettles presented an es estimate
timate estimate of the cost of the lumber for
the proposed house at Oak Hill and
was authorized to furnish same
when a satisfactory deed should be
executed to the board.
Resignation of Mr. J. J. Colbert
as trustee of the Sparr school was
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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
Pratts White Diarrhoea Remedy 25
Pratts Disinfectant, Gallon Tins $1.00
Pratts Head Lice Ointment 25c
Pratts Sore Head Chicken PoxRemedy 25c
Pratts Animal Rerulator 25 and 50c
Pratts Colic Cure 50c
Pratts Cow Tonic 50c
Pratts Hog Cholera Specific 50c
Pratts Fly Chaser 35c
. Tea Poll
S. W. Williams, supervisor of the presented and accepted and the re
maining trustees of the Sparr school
were asked to call a meeting of the
patrons for the purpose of recom
mending a suitable person to be ap-
Wetumkee colored school, asked for
appointment of Carrie Cooper as
teacher for the coming term.
Messrs. G. W. Neville and Wm..
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Want a Clerk
Want a -Partner
Want a Situation
Want a Servant Girl
Want to Sell a Piano
Want to Sell a Carnage
Want to Sell Town Property
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Advertising is the Way to Success
Advertising Brings Customers
Advertising Keeps Customers
Advertising Insures Success
Advertising Shows Energy
Advertising is "Biz"
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Griffith, trustees of the Dunnellon j pointed in his stead. It was also
district, caned and presented pen- j ordered that a meeting of the trus trus-tion
tion trus-tion asking that a bonding election : tees and patrons of the Sparr school
be called in that district. Also, that.be called for the purpose of recom recom-there
there recom-there be another teacher granted for mending an assistant teacher for ap ap-the
the ap-the coming term. A request was al- 1 pointment. and to give the board for for-so
so for-so made that the first assistant be'nial notice of their recommendation,
paid a salary of $73 per month.! A request from the Shady school
which was agreed to. j for the board to pay 2..'t per
It was agreed to furnish the extra (month to their teacher in addition to
teacher asked for at Dunnellon at a' the regular salary providing the pat-
salary of $.0 per month. $10 ofjrons would pay a similar amount,
which was to be paid from the dis-jwas refused.
trict funds. j a request from Orange Lake school
Mr. D. L. Beck, one of the trus- for lumber for repairing and building
tees of the Cottage Hill school, made toilets was granted, the price to be
request for the Cottage Hill school j paid from district funds,
lot to be deeded back to him as there j a price made on lumber for the
had been no school there for a num-' Blaze Pond school by Mr. H. W. Net-
ber or yea'-s and no immediate pros-, ties was accepted, and the furnishing
of it authorized.
A recommendation was received to
Advertise in the DAILY STAR It Pays
pect for the school to be re-opened.
After considering the matter the
board declined to make the transfer
for the present, thinking it possible j Concluded on Eighth Page)
FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND BEST YEAR BOUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
HOME HOTEL OF THE STATF
EUROPEAN PLAN S1.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD
. F. WILSON, Ass't Mgr. TH0S. U. WILSON. Prop, and Mgr
OCALA VEXING STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1913
loOAT.A SOfJAT, AFFATRSl
ui you nave any items ior mis
Jtiiss Annie Atkinson after a kJ
4igbiXulJ visit with Miss Mary Wyatt
Galbraith at theVamous Galbraith
Springs, in TenriesL?e7 is now the
e-iipst nf Miss Mararpt (HnTtziner at
Morristown, Tenn., fori a few daystK
I She will go from there to Greensbora,
X. C, for-vifijt with Miss Elizabeth
I AdamsAwho is so pleasantly remem remem-"bereTTiere,
"bereTTiere, remem-"bereTTiere, having been the guest 'Of
'Miss Bettie Mclver two months ago.
Mrs. Laurie T. Izlar and niece,
Miss Ada Sanders are having a most
delightful visit at St. Petersburg,
where they arrived Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Marguerite Porter of this city
is enjoying a series of most delight delightful
ful delightful visits witlj vajious friends in our
southern citieT he is now the
guest of her uncle Dr. J. J. Porter
and family in the city of Lexington,
Mrs. R. A. Burford was accom accompanied
panied accompanied to Gainesville yesterday by
Mrs. W. T. Gary. They were gueses
for the day of Mrs. R. L. Harper,
state chairman of the forestry com committee
mittee committee of the F. F. W. C. Besides
hearing Senator Fletcher's speech,
they ca'oyed the day very much,
motoring home in the early twilight. I
The families of Mr. and Mrs. XV
Zewarlski. with Mr. and Mrs. XV. K.
Zewadskl, Jr., of Tampa, Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Burford and family, Dr.
and Mrs. Walter Hood, Dr. and Mrs.
E. Van Hood with their cousin, Mis
r i s i rr L I
j irwwiiM i .ru n u in i r iiiii i u in ii r m i
party at Xorth Lake Weir this after
noon, motoring down early in the
evening and will return by moonlight
after a delicious supper has been
done full justice to. Xever before
has the lake been more popular than
this sc-.nn, with its splendid road roadway,
way, roadway, r.:c.or boats and automobiles;
it is to be enjoyed by every one,
even to the least of us, and Ocala is
justly rroud of its magnificent op op-portur
portur op-portur :t!es.
Mr. W. Wk Harriss returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a business trip to Ar Archer.
cher. Archer. Mr. J. M. Barco and son, Mr. Sam Samuel
uel Samuel Barco of Clearwater .after a de delightful
lightful delightful visit of several, days with
relatives in this city, left Wednesday
afternoon, Mrs. Barco going to Asho Asho-ville
ville Asho-ville for the summer and her son to
Miami, where he begins the practice
of law at once. His friends through throughout
out throughout the state wish for him unlimited
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, Jr.,
of Tampa, arrived in the city yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon for a few days' visit to
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Ze Zewadski,
wadski, Zewadski, Sr., and family, before sail
ing next Monday for their European j
tour. They will go over on the fa famous'
mous' famous' ship "California," and expect
to be abroad several months, motor motoring
ing motoring through many foreign countries.
They carry with them the best wishes
of a host of Ocala friends.
Misses Donnie and Sibyl Taylor
leave today for a visit of a month
with relatives in Lake City and
Mry juulLMrs. W. W. Stripling and
daughter, HiEllen. are home from
ria.vnere iney were calleiFjy
the illness of Mr. Strinline's mother.
who is now much improved, and tak taking
ing taking treatment in a Savannah hospital.
Mrs. XV. D. Grahanr of Redd;ck
was in Ocala today on a few
Mrs. Hawf d B. Hall and da barb
terAflss Opal, of Miami, and Mrs.
Carlton and children of Jac'JolJ
sonville, are the guests of Mrs. L. M.
Graham, at Connor this week.
Miss Ethel Crosby, who with her
mother, Mrs. J. W. Crosby, is at the
Harrington, entertained at a "spend
the night party" last evening three of
her schoolmate friends, Misses Adele
Bittinger, Helen Brown and Anni
Laurie Perry. The young ladies
tended the picture show at the Tem
ple and had breakfast together this
morning as Miss Crosby's guests
Miss Eugenia Fuller left yesterday
on the Seaboard Limited for Greens Greensboro,
boro, Greensboro, S. C, where she will make- an
extended visit with friends, going
from there to Hendersonville, X. C,
before returning home on September
Miss Lillie Frost of this city and
Miss Florence Crook of Palatka, will
leave soon for a delightful outing in
the mountains of upper Xew York
state. Before returning to Ocala,
enjoying the pleasures of a splaslilLula B- Tyding. I j
Union of Florida which'
cepartment can pnone ivoj
Miss Frost will visit the eastern mar markets
kets markets in the interest of the H. B.
Masters Co., for which she is leading
The Mis.es Pyles .and Ophelia Saw
tell entertained aan elegant "spend;
the night" party t iheir lovely home
on Orange avenuijLt night in honor f
of their guess. Miss Elizabetn
and Blanche Mizell,of Orange Lake,' America.
Theguests motored out in the latej Among the distinguished men
afternoon and at six o'clock were present was Mr- c- s- Barrett, presi presi-joined
joined presi-joined by several of the young gen-ldent of the Farmers' Union of Geor Geor-tlemen
tlemen Geor-tlemen who were invited to take din-gia and the Georgia representative
ner and spend the evening with of the national body. Mr. Barrett,
them. It was at first intended tojin conversation with some of the
serve the dinner on the beautiful 1 0caIa visitors promised to try to ob
lawn which surrounds the lovely
home, but the afternoon shower ruin ruined
ed ruined that plan, so the broad veranda
was substituted and no gayer, jollier,
happier time or more elegant and
delicious dinner was ever enjoyed
before. After dinner dancing was
indulged in until a late hour. The
gentlemen at this lovely affair were
Messrs. Julius Brown, Jim Pyles, Jim
Rentz, Fred Hocker, Sam Mathews,
T. D. Lancaster, Jr., Tom Pasteur,
Peter Mackintosh, Alfred Beck, Dr.
Herbert Counts and Dr. Harry Wal-
i ters. The young ladies spending the
.night were Misses Kathleen Jackson,
Clara Johnson and Annie Davis. The
young ladies were assisted in extend-!
ing their gracious
and Mrs. S. R.
their parents, Capt.
.Mr. wimam Stroud or Starke is
in the city" visitinl his mother, Mrs.
A 11 Ti 1 A Strrmr! ami PTJinrlmntripr Mr
- -w v v m n v - .-. -j
Miss Annie Davis returned to the
city today from a ten days' visit at
the home of Capt. and Mrs. S. R.
Pyles and family on Orange avenue.
Miss Ellie Tydings came in this
morning from a few days' visit to
friends and relatives in Anthony,
and is again the guest of her mother,
Mrs. Lula B. Tydings.
We are pleased to note the im improvement
provement improvement of little Miss Margaret
Hocker, who has been quite ill for
several days at the home of her par parents,
ents, parents, Col. and Mrs. Wm. Hocker on
Miss Jessie Owen of Sparr was a
prominent visitor to our city today.
Miss Owen has many friends here
who are always pleased to see her.
Miss Margaret Peace after a very
pleasant visit with her friends, Mrs.
Geo. XV. Martin and family of this
city, has returned to her home in
Mrs. J. W. Crosby and family, who
for several days have been guests of
thev Harrington, left this afternoon
for her home in Tampa. Mrs. Cros Crosby
by Crosby was the recipient of several social
favors while in the city and her
friends regret that her visit was nec necessarily
essarily necessarily so short.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
L. M. Murray will rejoice with them
to know that their little daughter,
Elizabeth, who happened to what
might have been a very serious acci accident
dent accident yesterday, is almost entirely re
covered tms morning, a brass pin
with which she was playing pierced
he eye-ball. If it had touched the
sight matters would be entirely dif
Mr. J. M. Thomas is happj- in the
arrival of Ms nieces, the Misses
GiiLiendaneA and litUe nephew from
rOflando. wh will hereafter make
their home th'him. At present
they are occuyVlng the cottage home
of Miss Metafwett on Fort King
avenue until her return in the lae
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Fishel are extending congrat congratulations
ulations congratulations upon, the arrival of a pretty
little daughter, born to them last
evening. The little lady has been
given the name of Elizabeth Xeuhan.
Miss Florence Crook of Palatka,
formerly of Ocalar$"'been assign assigned
ed assigned to teach thefixln grade in the
Palatka public school for the next
term, which infoprnation is received
witn pleasing interest oy her manv
Prof. W. R. Van Brunt of Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, formerly of Ocala, and one
of the most efficient teachers the
Ocala high school ever had, has for
many years been the principal of ths j
Palatka high school and with his
charming family has made that little
city his home since leaving Ocala.
H. A. Waterman is southern agent
for the famous Kneeland and J. & M.
shoes for men all leathers. 7-14-6:
NEXT XATIOXAL MEETING
MAY BE IX OCALA
A large delegation from Ocala at-
ipnueu ine meei ne nr rnp harmprs
imp, in r.9fMSHii0 unMHv i
The University City gave a warm
welcome to this distinguished and
useful gathering. The principal:
.eul U1 ua lQe speecn oy
j Senator Fletcher, on -Rural Credits.
a! 1 i
or a farmers tsanKing system. The
- 1 l"I"u U1 ine
Ul wnicn is m-
vestiatinS the rural credit system in
Europe, with a view of using its best
features for an improved system for
tain the next meeting of the national
body for Ocala, and said he thought
it extremely likely that if the farmers
of the county and the Ocala Board of
Trade would work together to that
end our city would be very likely to
obtain the convention, which it is
hardly necessary to say would be one
of the biggest boosts from an indus industrial
trial industrial standpoint that this section
The following attended the meet meeting
ing meeting from Ocala: Messrs. XV. H.
Dodge, R. S. Hall, J. D. Rooney, D.
E. Mclver, P. H. .Nugent, C. R. Ty Ty-dings,
dings, Ty-dings, Leroy Bridges, L. S. Light, F.
E. Harris, S. H. Blitch, Mrs. R. A.
Burford' Miss Anes Burford and
Mrs. W. T. Gary.
STARKE TEAM IX THE CITY
I Ami Will Play Ocala This Afternoon.
Lost Game to Palatka
The Starke baseball team arrived
in the city at 11 o'clock this morn
ing, coming over from Palatka on the
Ocala Xorthern, and registered at the
Ocala House. The line-up is as fol follows:
lows: follows: Andrews, 1st b.; S. Buie, 2d b.; H.
Buie, 3d b.; Pearce, p.; J. Farino, c;
Beasley, rf.; M. Johns, cf.; H. Rivers,
If.; Moore, ss.; Canova and Coleman,
subs, R. A. Weeks, manager.
In the game between Palatka and
Starke yesterday" afternoon in the
Gem City, the former team was vic victorious
torious victorious by a score of 5 to 2.
IT WAS REPORTED
The paragraph in yesterday's Star,
announcing that the judiciary com committee
mittee committee o the city council had report reported
ed reported favorably on the ordinance to
give a franchise to the Automatic
Telephone Co. should have read "un "unfavorably."
favorably." "unfavorably." The reporter wrote it
correctly, but the compositor omitted
the "un," and as the proofreader
didn't know it was an error it went
in the paper that way.'
Tl ESDAY NIGHT'S CONCERT
Mr. Edwin Swain, the brilliant
young artist singer, will give his
concert next Tuesday evening, July
22. Tickets will be on sale tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow (Friday) at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. On account of it being the
summer months and it is desired that
a large audience greet him, the price
of admission is made ridiculously
low, considering that Mr. Swain's
regular price for an evening concert
is $30. Reserved seats for next
Tuesday are 50 cents.
A delightful feature of the eve evening
ning evening will be the playing of the talent talented
ed talented young pianist, Miss Ethel Hay Hay-craft.
craft. Hay-craft. As this will be her first ap appearance
pearance appearance since graduation, every one
Us anticipating the event with keen
interest. Mrs. Edward Helvenston,
Press Mgr of the Woman's Club.
No Daintier Lunch
Can be imagined than one prepared
from our deviled ham or tongue,
luncheon cheese, olives and a hun hundred
dred hundred other dainty and appetizing spe specialties.
cialties. specialties. And they can be made
ready in a few moments. Xo 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.
Xevt t Ocala National Bank
This is our space.
We are going to change it often
enough to make it interesting.
Every one is interested in two
or three of our lines at least.
Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing,
Hardware and Groceries
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 Carn, J.
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A Romance of the
Guido von Horvath
and Dean Hoard
Copyright, 1913. by W. G. Chapman in toe U oiled
b lea ana ureal unison.
Princess Rositta dhows Her Colors.
The answers of the international
peace committee and congress of the
United Republics of America were
identical In wording, and were duly
cabled to all the rebelling monarchs.
Neither the peace committee nor
congress gave a thought to consenting
to the wishes of the decree of the Eu European
ropean European rulers, and it is quite likely
that the prompt refusal to accede .to
their demands was not unexpected, for
the Count von Werdenstein rubbed his
hands contentedly when he read the
first dispatch. His first act wae to
call the Princess Schomburg Lithow
on the 'graph. Her headquarters
were in Suemeg.
Werdenstein's message found Ro Rositta
sitta Rositta in the air. She connected the
apparatus to the 'graph and bowed to
the smiling count.
"Ah, good morning, count!"
"Good morning, princess."
"The Americans refuse our de demands,"
mands," demands," said the count bluntly.
"Can you come to Berlin and talk
She thought for a moment. "Is your
"An ultimatum? Is that what you
"An ultimatum that says distinctly
that peaceful relations will be broken
after a lapse of twenty-four hours and
that Europe will act as she sees fit,"
replied Rositta with a firm click of her
"I am going to see his majesty now
and will communicate with the pow powers.
ers. powers. Replies 6hould reach me by to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning," was the count's an answer.
swer. answer. "Then do so, my dear count, and if
one of the powers should refuse it
should be considered as an enemy, in
league with the Americas. Tomorrow
you will kindly call me up again and
tell me the results. I will then ar arrange
range arrange to meet you."
The count consented, then discon disconnected
nected disconnected his instrument. He went to
his majesty and had a gloomy recep reception.
tion. reception. The kaiser listened to the de details
tails details of the count's plans and shook
his head doubtfully. In the end he
consented to the ultimatum, remark remarking
ing remarking that the situation could not be
Answers consenting to the terms of
the ultimatum came promptly, and au authorized
thorized authorized the count to send it out.
England, however, refused. The
Island Kingdom was the only one that
sent a flat refusal.
The count shrugged his shoulders
Indifferently. "Then we will do with without
out without England, that is all."
Calling Rositta on the 'graph, he ad advised
vised advised her to have her men in readi readiness.
ness. readiness. "Ie the ultima'tum on its way?" was
her eager question.
"It Is ready to be sent, already in
"Then send It and In an hour an
aerodromonc will call for you. I want
you to come to Suemeg to see my
fleet." Rositta shut off the current
before the count could answer. His
dignity was ruffled at her behavior,
but since it was imperative that he
see her he had to submit to her plan.
When the aeroman called for him the
ultimatum was on its way and he was
ready to go to Suemeg.
Just before he left, however, he sat
Hnwn tn Vlie rloclr and n-mta a
then hurriedly folded it and, sealing i
it in an envelope, rang the bell for his
aide de camp.
The Captain von Hochamberg en entered
tered entered and saluted gravely.
"I have a very important mission
for you, captain. Take the first train
to Hamburg and thence to England.
This letter contains a sealed order for
you. You must be at the German con consulate
sulate consulate in Liverpool by 8:00 a. m. to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. If you receive no further or orders
ders orders then you are to follow the in instructions
structions instructions that you will find in this
sealed letter as quickly as possible.
Otherwise return it intact. Here is an
order for money and a pass. Secrecy
is Important!" He shook hands with
the captain and dismissed him.
"That makes me feel easier.' He
sighed and started for the elevator
that took him to the waiting aerodro aerodro-mone.
mone. aerodro-mone. An hour later he was in Suemeg,
greeting Rositta. The man who had
made her what she was had lost his
value in her eyes. He could do noth nothing
ing nothing more for her, so he could be dis discarded
carded discarded or destroyed.
"I have called your honor here, to
exhibit the fleet I possess, and to show
you what we have accomplished and
what we can do." The latter words
carried a peculiar accent to the chan chancellor's
cellor's chancellor's ears.
"I am quite curious to see every everything,
thing, everything, my dear princess."
"Your curiosity will soon be grati gratified,
fied, gratified, as I have already given orders
to my men." She placed an emphasis
The chancellor only bowed; then
after a pause he said:
l also nave some orders ior you,
princess, from his majesty the kaiser!"
She warpd hor Viand nirilv "tt'p
can talk about it later." I
The princess led him at once into ;
the open and pointed toward twenty- J
one aerodromones that were stationed
on the plateau, glittering in the sun- j
shine. The uniformed aeromen stood j
at attention by their machines and sa- j
luted the princess and the count as
they passed in old military style be-!
tween the two rows of aerodromones. i
The princess led the way to the ma machine
chine machine that was decorated, with the
princely crown, and pulling a silver
whistle from her pocket she blew it. i
The well-trained men jumped into their
machines and sat at attention.
She blew shrill blasts on her whistle
and the fleet shot up into the air as
The Count Santos Duprel was at the
wheel and Rositta commanded the
fleet. The second line of machines
was signaled to reverse their flight
and the first line followed her. After
they had separated from each other
a mile or so both lines turned toward
the center, and the chancellor at last
understood the significance of the ma maneuver
neuver maneuver when red pennants were hoisW
ed on the eleven machines comprising
the princess' fleet and blue on the ten
The aerodromone "Princess" made
a detour and took a position on the
right wing of the line; then the sham
The princess could not resist the im impulse
pulse impulse to show her prowess. Santos
flung their aerodromone into the fight;
they dodged and turned, each trying
"I Tell You, Woman, to Stand Before
to gain in elevation. Finally, with a
quick spring the "Princess" evaded
its enemy and slid between its wings
from the back and the next moment
the enemy was a captive.
It, was an exhilarating sport.
"I congratulate you, princess," said
the count to the intoxicated Rositta.
The "Princess" carried the captive
machine back to Suemeg with ease.
The other machines returned, one
after the other, all .enthusiastic and
discussing the tactics of air warfare.
After the inspection dinner was
served, in which the whole squadron
took part. Werdenstein greeted sev several
eral several of them as old acquaintances and
friends of those good days when the
armies held their own and when he
was planning to conquer the American
continent. The times had changed.
Now the air men ruled at the com command
mand command of a beautiful, bold woman,
whose only motive seemed to be
These gloomy forebodings were war warranted
ranted warranted sooner than he expected. On!y
appetizers and soup had been serred,
when Count de Korona stood up and
addressed the gathering:
"The pleasure of greeting the world world-famous
famous world-famous chancellor, the iron-handed
man of the German Empire, has been
given me. It is a great honor for us
to have you at our feast, and we, the
conquerors of the air, greet you, who
are considered the representative of
all the. European powers."
Rositta smiled sweetly at the chan chancellor,
cellor, chancellor, who was watching the speaker
in amazement. After a short pause,
de Korona continued:
"We greet you as such, as a repre representative,
sentative, representative, and I, in my comrades'
names, ask your excellency to be with
us in heart and drink to the elected
queen of the air, who is distined to
be queen of the world. Long live our
beloved Queen Rositta,"
The huzzas that thundered through
the hall told the chancellor plainly
that this was no pleasantry. His sus suspicions
picions suspicions had not been without founda foundation.
tion. foundation. He paled and when the tumult
died away he stood up, calm and de determined
termined determined and without a word left the
This action made Rositta furious,
but she did not show her indigna indignation.
tion. indignation. "The chancellor seems to have
lost his appetite," was all she said.
After the dinner was over, she gavr.
a few curt orders and the aeromen
proceeded into another hall beautifully
and regally decorated. At the far end
stood a magnificent throne.
Rositta retired to her own apart
ment, while two men went to invite
the chancellor to the throneroom
They found him soberly pacing the
distance between the entrance gate
and the first hangar.
He followed them. Rositta sat on
the throne with a glittering ciryaith
crown on her head. She was more
beautiful than evpr
K. of P. meet Monday evenin:
OdJ Fellows meet Tuesday nizht.
j The Count von Werdenstein was
ued before her. He showed no sur
prise. His face was calm and his
i whole attitude expressed disinterest
i nave requested mat your excel-
lency come to Suemeg, for I have a
message that I want brought before It was not a very large, but a
the whole world." 'deeply interested audience that met
The count looked at her steadily, : Dr. Hiram Bvrd of the state board of
and without waiting to hear her fur- health at the Board of Trade rooms
ther words he said in his strong, pen- ;Wednedav evening,
"I tell you, woman, to stand before' Durins the afternoon Dr. Byrd,
me. Tell me your petition standing. ;who was accompanied by Dr. Thacks Thacks-Then
Then Thacks-Then I may listen to it. Do not for- .ton bacteorologist of the state board,
get that I represent the Emperor of.iooked over our water and sewerage
Germany." 'system and carefully noted the con-
Had these words not been spoken In dition of both,
such deadly earnestness some of the I The meeting at the Board of Trade
audience would have found the scene 'rooms opened at S o'clock. Dr. J. E.
ridiculous. As it was, it was grave !Chace, president of the Board o
and embarrassing and every one stood ,
stunned j Trade, presided and Secretary Roon-
The blood left Rositta's cheeks andey kept the record" Present also
it took almost a minute for her tc hear. Dr Byrd were Drs- s- H- Blitch.
recover her composure. Then he,E- an Hod, J. W. Hood, A. L. Bla Bla-rose
rose Bla-rose and pointing at the chancellor, lock, Messrs. R. L. Martin, F. E. Har Har-said
said Har-said in a shrill voice: jris. B. H. Seymour and a Star re-
"Take him away back to Berlin porter. The following ladies were
quick or I shall forget myself and kill present: Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs.
hIm!" . f lE. Van Hood, Mrs. C. R. Tydings,
An hour later an aerodromone land- ,f T ...
ed the chancellor in Berlin. He re-!Irs' J' alter Hood' Mrs' C'
tired to his library and sank Into theGroves' Mrs' Bate perdue, Mrs. G. T.
chair before his desk in despair. TheMauhs and Mrs- 01a Potter, Mrs. J.
weapon that he had counted on had R- Moorhead and daughter, Miss An-
turned against him. He, too, was glad
that he had sent Captain Hochamberg
on his mission before the visit to
The next day four aerodromones
rvi cnH frnm tf,
tremendous bomb. Their orders were to
reach the Island of Ciryne by morning
of the coming day.
When Washington received the
news that the European monarchies,
with the exception of England, had
sent an ultimatum, most people sim simply
ply simply smiled and asked: "What can they
do? Napoleon Edison can take care
Captain Von Hochamberg waited in
vain for orders to reach him at Ldv-
erpool, and at eight o'clock he opened! pose the same as pure water. As it
the sealed order. There was another i will take some time to build one 'of
sealed envelope in the packet and this J these tanks, the city should consider
uderL"Take thi letteF orsona-117 to!the subject without delay.
mo duuicsa mtuuuueu m me quickest
The sealed envelope was addressed
to "Mrs. Napoleon Edison, Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, U. R. of A."
The captain left the German consu-
late and hurriedly secured a stateroom J not speak on the water question at
on the quickest route to the United 'any length, deferring this to a proba proba-States,
States, proba-States, and at eleven that morning he: later visit.
sailed for New York.
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in pipes or even ditches, be used for
irrigation or any other useful pur-
Dr. Byrd's lecture was followed by
a social talk with those present, in
which he answered a number of ques questions
tions questions on sewerage and other impor important
tant important municipal questions. He did
IllOV SCOUT LAW
The Scout Law.
a lie. or bv cheatine:. or hv not dninsr
! o cont ic inval tio ic inrat
0'ne good turn to SOmebody
4. A Scout is friendly. He is a
friend to all and a brother to every
5. A Scout is courteous. He is
I polite to all, especially to women,
; children, old people, and the weak
' ana neipiess
He must not take pay
j for being helpful or courteous
6. A Scout is kind. He is a
j friend to animals. He will not. kill
I nor hurt any living creature need need-jlessly,
jlessly, need-jlessly, but will strive to save and
protect all harmless life.
7. A Scout is obedient. He obeys
jhis parents, scout master, patrole
leader, and all other duly constituted
I S- A Scout is cheerful. He smil-
;es wneneer ne can. ms oueaience
to orders is prompt and cherry. He
never shirks nor grumbles at hard-
i S 1 PS-
9. A Scout is thrifty. He does
not wontonly destroy property. He
.ilea. 1 1 J uio uiuuc; su Liiai lie
imay pay his own way, be generous
to those in need, and helpful to wor-
'thy objects. He may work for pay,
j v)Ut must not receive tips for cour-
esies or good turns.
10. A Scout is brave.
He has the
courage to face danger in spite Ot
! f ear and has to stand up for the
'right against the coaxings of friends
or the jeers or threats of enemies,
and defeat does not down him.
11. A Scout is clean. He keeps
clean in body and thought, stands
tor clean speech, clean sport, clean
habits, and travels with a clean
12. A scout U reverent. He is
reverent towards God. He is faith faith-jful
jful faith-jful in his religious duties and re-
-pects the convictions of others in
; matters of custom and religion.
ISoy Stout Oath
V; On my honor I will do my best:
1. To do my duty to ray God and
Ajcountry, and to obey the Scout law.
X 2. To help other people at all
f I times.
0. To keep
awake, and moral-
OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1913
BOARD OF PUBLIC IXSTRUCTTIOX
(Continued from Page Five)
m mime ah
Is that weather-board off? Does the roof need
new shingles? Well, we have what you want. If
you are going to put up a new front fence, we have
the highest grade of stuff for that purpose. Anybody
wants a nice home; lumber is the cheapest and most
necessary thing to make it so. You can depend up upon
on upon us for the right stuff at the right price.
Most accessible beach resort for Ocala and Florida people.
W. H. ADAMS, Owner and Manager
PABLO BEACH, FLA.
Forty minutes' ride from Jacksonville on the finest bathing beach
on the Atlantic coast. American plan. Abundance
of sea foods. Reasonable rates.
Just for example, suppose
yju.i iypioi to in ii iu mid middle
dle middle of a letter and you
wish to write a telegram.
Do you have to remove
the unfinished letter from
Not if your typewriter
is a Smith Premier. You
simply remove the cylin cylinder
der cylinder containing the letter
write your telegram on
JkifLirffttMiift nA.IAAHl turn the hrf rv hnHpr fn
the machine and resume the letter where you left off.
These removable cylinders constitute one of the fourteen
new features of the Model 1 0 Visible
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Remington Typewriter Company
226 W. Bay Street, Jacksonville. Florida.
appoint Mr. S. V. Haven as trustee
of Linadale school to succeed Mr. R.
B. Ervin, deceased. He was ordered
to be commissioned accordingly. j
A communication from the attorney j
general, relating to the status of the j
matter of text book adoption and use j
in Marion county was read for infor information,
mation, information, and correspondence reported.
It appearing that a short time ago
a warrant for 93 cents had been
drawn on the Kendrick district
through mistake that should have
been drawn on the Fairfield district,
it was ordered that a warrant be
drawn to correct the same.
A request was presented from th&
Oklawaha district for the addition to
the school house to be painted and
two closets to be built. It was agreed
that the county would furnish the
materials to be used in each case if
the district woudl pay for the work
from district funds.
A communication was presented to
the county commissioners showing es estimated
timated estimated school resources and expendi expenditures
tures expenditures for the school year beginning
July 1, 1913 and closing June 30, 1914,
as published in the proceedings of the
board of county commissioners last
Accompanying the above communi communication
cation communication was filed with the board of
county commissioners the regular an annual
nual annual estimates of the trustees of the
several special tax school districts,
in which were given the boundaries of
each district and the rate of taxation
voted in the district elections in April,
A communication from the trustees
of the Moss Bluff school was present presented,
ed, presented, in which the name of Mr. S. A.
McKinney was presented to be ap appointed
pointed appointed trustee to fill the vacancy
made by the removal of Mr. A. E. Clif Clifton.
ton. Clifton. Appointment was ordered to-Be
The following accounts were passed
for payment: From county funds J.
M. Graham, for treasurer's commis commission,
sion, commission, $14.S7; Commercial Bank, for in interest
terest interest on warrants paid, $7; Ocala
Star, for publishing minutes, $2.50;
Marion Hardware Company, for pump
for Marshville school, $1.60; Nancy
Jones, for teaching at Moore's Pond,
$25; Idella Ransom, for teaching at
Orange Creek, $25; Annie L. Fisher,
for teaching at Romeo, $25; Ocala
Telephone Company, for telephone
service, $10.15; Mrs. E. H. Martin, for
office help, $47: Ocala Banner, for
publishing minutes for two months,
$5; Mclver & MacKay, for glass and
putty for Indian Mound school, 50c.;
C. S. Gates, for one-half of bill for re repairs
pairs repairs on Weirsdale school house,
$G.14; J. H. Brinson, for postage and
other office expenses, $S.94.
The following bills were ordered
paid from district funds: C. S. Gates,
one-half bill for repairs on Weirsdale
school house, $6.14; W. J. Crosby, on
Citra, for sundry items of expense,
$lo.t;: : Taylor Printing Company, on
Homeland and Cotton Plant, each 75
cents for printing boundary descrip descriptions;
tions; descriptions; Taylor Printing Co., for print printing
ing printing warrant books for Ocala, $3, and
Reddick, Cotton Plant, Pedro, Ileidt Ileidt-viJle
viJle Ileidt-viJle and Homeland, $1 each: J. T.
Ross, on Pine Level, for repairing
pump, $5.05; E. L. Redding, on Pine
Level, for house cleaning and crayon,
$1 ; Commercial Bank, for interest on
warrants paid on Ocala, S3 cents, and
on Dunnellon for the same, $2.12:
Renwick Cleveland, on Dunnellon, for
janitor's work, $10; G. W. Neville, on
Dunnellon, for expense on desks to
primary school room. $2.00, and for
work in fixing primary room, $2.50.
and stove pipe, 25 cents.
The treasurer's report was pre presented
sented presented and checked over and found to
correspond with the warrants present presented.
ed. presented. The latter and the stubs from
which they were issued were stamped
and cancelled. The report showed the
For the county funds Balance from
last month, and receipts, $2109.n7;
funds disbursed, $1401.42: balance on
The following balances were shown
for the district funds: Ocala, $2.47;
Mcintosh, $22.84; Belleview, $201. S2;
Fantville, $02.13; Dunnellon, $4.34;
Reddick. $24.40; Pine Level, $177.79:
Mayville, $37.35: Weirsdale, $581.02;
Citra. $S0.3l; Griner Farm, $15.76;
Buck Pond, $529.21: Sparr, $13.47:
Candler, $246.09; Fellowship, $113.27;
EJectra, $39.47; Blitchton, $21S.13;
Martel, $150.32; Fort King," $15S.S3;
Capulet, $239.30; Linadale, $70.04;
Cotton Plant, $397.27; Orange Lake,
$200.30; oak Hill, $53.03; Moss Bluff,
$23.13; Fairfield, $09.0S; Cottage Hill,
$37.02; Charter Oak, $272.21; Pedro,
$11.71: Kendrick, $29.15; Oklawaha,
$1.31; Heidtville, $360.77; Peasant
Hill, $231.41; Fort McCoy, $134.77;
Anthony, $139.54; Summerfield,
$48.95. Total district receipts,
$0043.72; disbursements, $1039.09.
The board adjourned for the day.
Wednesday Morning Session
The board met with all present and
Mr. W. T. Gary, one of the trustees
We have a large and very choice lot of Summer
Goods remaining on our counters and shelves, and as
our buyer, Frank Gadson, will leave in a few days for
New York to buy the new Fall and Winter stock which
will be the largest and best we have ever carried, we
are compelled to sacrifice these goods, and therefore
offer the remaining summer goods at prices heretofore
unheard of. Regular cutrto-the-quick prices, without
regard to cost.
Men's Straw Hats,
Ladies' Fine Shoes in the smaller sizes.
Big line of Collars, Shirts, Ties and
Hosiery for Men
Dress Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons, etc., '
for the ladies and many other bargains in all depart departments
ments departments of the store, must go during the next few weeks
to make room for our great stock of new goods soon
F. P. GADSON, Proprietor
of the Ocala school, called and dis discussed'
cussed' discussed' with the board the matter of
the appointment of Miss Fannie Clark
to a position in the primary depart department
ment department of the Ocala school.
Upon recommendation it was order ordered
ed ordered that Mr. Harmon Hall be appointed
supervisor of the Greenwood school
in place of Mr. C. C. Higginbotham,
removed from the community.
Mr. J. S. Grantham introduced the
following resolution, which was adopt adopted:
ed: adopted: (See resolution.)
Mr. B. K. Blitch offered a similar
resolution relating to the Dunnellon
district, and published in the Dunnel Dunnellon
lon Dunnellon Advocate.
It was agreed that the superintend superintendent
ent superintendent should proceed to fill the vacan vacancies
cies vacancies in the positions of teachers for
the several schools to the best ad advantage,
vantage, advantage, subject to protests being re reviewed
viewed reviewed by the board.
Xo further business appearing the
board adjourned to meet in regular
session on Tuesday, August 5, 1913.
J. H. BRINSON, Secy.
New Yorkers and "the West."
If we lived in New York we could
easily settle the question which is said
to be disturbing ths minds of the
western r-'overncrs as to what is the
dividing line between the east and the
west. Everybody in New York knows
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Imoossifc! v ;-!cass Theorists.
Now -omes h lecturer who dec!.ir"S
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tlcult '!if-tlcult for mothers to please a!! 'he
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During the summer months
mothers of young children should
watch for any unnatural looseness of
the bowels. When given prompt at attention
tention attention at this time serious trouble
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Recipe for Success.
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then stick to it. rafn rr shine. Don't
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Don't whin T!f pcor'e you are a
failure anl they il! believe you.
Talk and act like a winner, and In
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From an old notebook comes this
recipe fn rnaki' g a cement to mnd
broken china a small bottle with
ground isi'ielass nd pour over it sura
dent unsweetened cin to fill the bot bottle.
tle. bottle. Place it cn the back of the stove
or n warm place, imir.erse in a ves
sel of jot water until the isinglass la
dissolved, and the cement is ready for
For uts, Barns and Rruises
In every home there should be
box of Bucklin's Arnica Salve, ready
to apply In every case of burns, cuts,
wounds or scalds. J. IL Polanrn.
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Not a Lucky Word.
"It is not a lucky word, this same
Impossible; no good comes to those
that have it so often in their mouth.
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You can change fretful, Ill-tempered
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teeth, crying out while asleep, accom accompanied
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A man wcose lllr.ess tireatenea to
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he improved, and at the end of the
fourth day, when his wife visited him,
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For constipation, headaches, lndl-,
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