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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 19. 1913
v lint goiiiin
m:i;ii.atii: :tnoiii: is iiHAcm
and wini: scoff, of Tin: r
.Talent Sheets and Plate Mattel:,
Artfully Dottoced, Issued ee to
Publishers of Country l'aners.
Washington, July 10. What pub publicity
licity publicity fails to do In dealing a death
blow to the "invisible government"
.exposed by the senate lobby jirobe,
legislation will complete if the rest
of the senate feels n bout the matter
.as does Senator Overman, chairman
of the Investigating Committee. He
believes that, though a great deal
of publicity has already been given
about the .operations of the lobby,
there is much significance in the state
of affairs that has not yet penetrated
the public's conscience.
"Xhe revelations so far have L&kv
utterly astounding," eaid Senator
Overman today. "The .investigation
has not only proved the mild state statement
ment statement of the President, but has swept
far beyond that. It has shown that
there has been in the capital for many
years an 'invisible government,' an in influence
fluence influence w'iiich ha,s foisted itself con constantly
stantly constantly on the .rej'resentativtes of the
people to accomplish the ends of the
few; that this influence has not been
content to stop at what it could do
by suggestion and pleas, but jthat it
has reached out into the districts ol
the congressmen and waged cam campaigns
paigns campaigns against their .re-election. It
has sought to intimidate those whom
It could not pusuade.
Has Existed for Wars
"That this 'invisible government'
'has existed has ben the claim of thv
-democrats for several years, but lew
of thos who proclaimed it th.: loudest
suspected that the situation was as
bad as it has actually been proven to
be be in this investigation. Many an
hone.st congressman has felt the in influence
fluence influence of the lobby in his district
and here in Washington, but he was
not aware of the influence being exevt exevt-ed
ed exevt-ed with equal vigor against his col col-leagutN
leagutN col-leagutN at the same time If any anything
thing anything is a menace to free government.
It is certainly a condition such as has
been disclosed by this investigation."
Senator Overman believes that pub publicity
licity publicity will do more towards correcting
the lobby evil than would legislation,
though be admits that it will not be
DeAtt MPS. F3Rcw.M,
cnJ CvAARMiMG YOU ARE
LOOK.'NCT, MAY HAVGTriE"
Revolvers and Guns
ffill Of I KB
x; Tin: hi;i:f-l aid s; iidiks
ii:i:atidxs of thi: loijiiy
as lasting, lie thinks, moreover, that
by the tiinp the probe is completed a ;
definite remedy in legislation will j
have been thought out. He has notn- j
ing specific to reccommend just now,'
being concerned in uncovering the
facts on which legislation will subse subsequently
quently subsequently be based. One of the first
provisions in .any proposed legislation
it is practically certain, will be the
creation of a heavy penalty lor the im impersonation
personation impersonation of a congressman. The
mischief stirred up by David Lamar
is thought to be a sufficient example
of unpunishable villainy.
The Press Lobby
An interesting development which
is expected to show a lot of people
how some country newspapers "come
out" will be the probe of the press
lobby. Few people, except newspaper
men, understand a proposition put up
to weekly newspapers, particularly
tho.se in western states. The propo proposition
sition proposition is this: A prosperous and ben benevolent
evolent benevolent so-called publishing concern
write.s the editor of a weekly news newspaper
paper newspaper that he will be glad to send,
without cost to him, all the papers
h? needs for his issue each week. The
world's news, the news of the state
in which the paper is printed and
ever editorials will be already print print-el.
el. print-el. The paper and the printing do not
cost the publisher of the weekly a
cent, not even in transportation. All
ha has to do is to get his paper out
of the express office, fill a couple of
pages with local news and run it off
Perhaps the weekly 2'ublisher him himself
self himself cannot see what the syndicate
gets out of the deal. Careful reading
of every issue, however, will show a
paragraph or tv.o that promulgates!
the doctrine which the syndicate j
wants to preach, and apparently, thej
article may be without bias, but the!
casual mention of something may'
convey what, the reader js supposed
to learn. j
Publisher Thrown Of! the Track
Many reputable publishers of small!
papers are thrown off the track in j
this sort of business by the claim of j
the "syndicate'' that the small I
TOO MFCH TUIIPEXTIXH
I lorula Xaval Stores Men Call i
for a Temporary Shutdown
Lakeland, July ly. Florida naval!
stores promoters in convention yes-)
terday adopted a resolution to clo-;e!
down tae industry cn August L. to Dia2 has been nameJ as special am-!
revive the business and raise prices. Lagsador lo Japan to express the;
The resolution will be put before the;thanks of Mexico t0 jana3 for th,J
Florida and Georgia operators in
meeting at Jacksonville on Monday.
amount of display advertising car carried
ried carried in this ready-printed matter,
known to the profession as "patent
insides," pays the syndicate for the
paper and the printing. This is
plausible because there are syndicates
that furnish paper and printing in
return for just this consideration.
The fact that some of these firms
are doing a legitmate business makes
it all the easier for the lobbyists to
get in their work in "insidiously"
interesting the people in something
they want put through. And there is
nothing in law or business ethics to
prevent one of these reputable syndi syndicates
cates syndicates from selling, name plant and
all, to somebody who offers money
for the outfit.
This method of press lobbying is
probably the least understood, least
known and the most minute of N the
many ways in which the "press" lob lobbying
bying lobbying is carried on. Daily papers are
not incorruptible and are not always
"wise" to the "plate matter" they use.
It is not over-estimating it to say that
not one-half the editors and publisd publisd-ers
ers publisd-ers of newspapers who use plate mat matter
ter matter in their papers ever read it.
They buy it for a song, slip it in
when needed to fill a hole, recognize
it instantly when they see it in the'r
own or another paper and never read
a line of it. The less discerning
reader finds something in it to inter interest
est interest him, and, incidentally, gets the
impression meant for him.
From what has been disclosed so
far even, it seems that Congress could
spend a year in byways such as this
and learn something new every day.
Certainly, a great many people who
never heard of "patent insides" are
going to learn something about them
it the committee goe
to the bottom
of this "press" lobby.
there can be little legislation to pre-Je;
vnnf tint L'.irt i f Inlil.vin K., ( i,
,v"v "1L v" IU"U.,US' lI!ejmaie signals which
Illlhlif' will llP TnM that irriin nf 1 1 r i
is nceJed with -plate matter." More-
,,,0 .iu j ui.fics.n,.)roke down and crie
.aiu.n.s u, loujiiis may notice
railing on m circulation.
r;ee mose Miiris witnout a tail au
L-. Al- 1 ...
Waterman's. Something brand new
When It Comes to Being
. (Copyright. 1913. Western Newspaper Union.) j
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f F U3i 5 uT Please pq. ZZZ JeM
for Your Money, or Your Money Back
! Huerta Appoints Him Ambassador j
to Japan in Order to Get Him
Out of Meit o j
-Mexico City, July 10. Gea. Felix
a!atter s participation in Mexico's ceu- i
tennral in 1010.
By appointing Gen. Diaz to tthis
mission President Huerta appears to
have eliminated him, temporarily, at
least, from the politics of Mexico. He
is expected to leave today and the
president, when formally conferring
the honor on him said that he hoped
that he would return to Mexico in
tinie to be a candidate in the
dential election called for Oct. 26.
Gen. Diaz, however would have to
plan his trip carefully so that time
would be left to him for the comple-i
tion of his program in the presiden presidential
tial presidential campaign. Approximately a
month will be occupied in the trip
to Japan and another month in the
return and it will be necessary not to
discredit the mission by too much
haste in leaving Tokio.
MANY DHEADFUL HOUIiS
FOR SUBMERGED MIXERS
Rescued After Standing for Two Days
and Nights to their Necks
Eleveth, Minn., July 18. Fif Fifteen
teen Fifteen men were taken from a coal
mine here after being buried deep as
the result of a land slide. The men
had stood neck deep in water for
two ?days. They heard the guards
warn the men when the water began
rushing down the shaft but they
drew back at sight of the swirling
torrents. As the water crawled up
they were submerged first to their
waists and then to their shoulders.
Realizing their plight they attempt attempted
ed attempted with picks and shovels to dam the
drift. For a time they were unsuc unsuccessful
cessful unsuccessful but at last they were able to
stem the tide. By this time the wa water
ter water was up to their necks. Standing
thus they waited for the rescuer i
j u j.a iiic.i iicaiu w Mining u pt'I Hi e-
j Jv iVhen the rescue om-x hn,l hl.-n-.t-
IO wjthin fon. fej?J. of them
were heard 1m
1 tQ re severs
Kela'tives "of the entomled
nu n j
wuh joy when 1
a.Jne meil appeared at the
the board oi
board of governors oi
trade met this ar'tcr-
Tactful, Our Members Are There.
! IJCUIiTFl I,
II OF E
IX WHICH IIFSl'F.CT, STKAXCK T.)
(ill FATLY FROM SOMK
noon at 4 o'clock, Secretary Richard-i
son tendered his resignation as sec secretary
retary secretary of the board. Mr. Richardson
has been secretary of the trade body
for the past five years, and during
his term of office he has made hun-
presi-jdreds of friends, both for himself and
for Jacksonville. He has traveled all
over the country in the interests of
the board and the city, preaching
Jacksonville and Florida. Jackson
ville Metropolis, 18th.
Of Five Hundred S. C. White Leg Leg-horn
horn Leg-horn Hens
These hens must be sold to make
room. Now is your time to get some
good foundation stock cheap and
breed up a good lot of winter layers.
Apply for prices to Ivy Poultry Farm,
Ocala, Fla., Fred B. Burden, man manager.
ager. manager. 7-19-6t
Buttermilk at Geng s Drugstore, tf
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Strung Suspicion in Washington that
Recent Demand for Intervention
Emanates from a Bunch of French
Washington, July 19. At a cabi cabinet
net cabinet meeting yesterday it was decided
to mark time in the Mexican situa situation
tion situation until the arrival of Ambassador
Wilson, which will likely be today.
The president took practically the
entire day in going over a complete
file of Mexican affairs since the be-
j ginning of the Madero revolt. Many
telegrams were received including
dispatches from Bayard Hal tho
president's personal representative In
Mexico Cijy. Hale does not believe
that the Huerta government will last
long and advises the Washington ad administration
ministration administration against recognition.
There is some suspicion in Washing Washington
ton Washington that the representations made by
the European nations is caused by
the trail of "high finance" running
through them. It is freely asserted
that the crisis recently precipitated
is the work of a bondholders con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy engineered from Paris.
A GOOD AlrOlNXMEXX
Rob Turner of Citrus County ViII
State Came Commissioner
Tallahassee, July 19. Mr. R. L.
Turner of Inverness, has been nam named
ed named by Governor Park Trammell, as
state game commissioner. Mr. Tur Turner
ner Turner was born and raised in Citron
county. For the rast eight or ten ten-years
years ten-years he has been county school
superintendent of his county, and has
also been engaged in the mercantile
business at Hernando. Mr. Turner
is a man of splendid ability and
broal experience. It is believed he he-will
will he-will make an excellent state game
Fn ler the law he will enter upon,
the duties of his omce on September September-first.
first. September-first. 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
Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf
By F. R. MORGAN
lT mb ePlan old chap:
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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1913
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Size 27x51 inches about
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Only one to a Customer.
These Rugs will onlj be sold at
this price between 9 and 10 o'clock.
For the Week Beginning Monday, July 21,
to Saturday, July 26.
Lingerie, this is a beautifnl soft fabric, 40 inches wide, and worth
15c a yard. Special at
White Lawn, this is very sheer quality, 40 inches wide and would
be cheap at 15c. Special, at per yard
Pajama Checks, this is much better than the usual kinds, it is 36
inches wide, and very strong. Special per yard
Long Cloth, this is put up in 10 yard pieces and is worth $1.35 a
piece. Special for this week, 10 yards for
Yard-wide Bleached Sheeting, this is one of the best 10c bleaching
on the market at 14 yards for
Yard-wide Unbleached Sheeting, a real good household necessity,
soft finish, at 18 yards for
White Lawn, this is a very strong fabric and usually sells for 9c
a yard, at per yard
Don't miss any of the above Specials, as every one ol
Them are Big Money Savers.
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Japanese Matting Rugs
Size 27x51 inches about
a 50c value, for
Only one to a Customer.
These Rugs will only be sold at
this price between 9 and 10 o'clock.
We have a lot of other good things for you. If you want to be sure
that we are saving you money come around and let us give you a sample.
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M HC If A X I C A L VIM )CKSS
Dr. Blalock's Proposition to Make
City Water the Best for Drinking
There were some mistakes made
In the report published relative to
my proposition to eliminate the lime
and other solids from the citj water
supply. I would like to correct the
items and thus place myself in the
right light for consideration by both
municipality and citizenship
The apparatus I would Install will j
transmit 5000 gallons per hour, and
the chemical used would be in the
proportion of 1 to 16000. However,
although harmful, it would be elimi eliminated
nated eliminated with the lime from the water
by the machine.
Again, the report published makes
it appear that it is pre-eminently a
chemical process. It is only for one
class of the mrherals in the water that
we need a chemical at all. The chlo chlorides
rides chlorides are, by this chemical, changed
to salts that have a greater molecul molecular
ar molecular weight, which facilitates their re removal
moval removal by the machine from the water.
I believe the apparatus would furnish
a more desirable water without the
chemical since it will of itself extract
about 75 per cent, of the solids.
With a chemical, though, it will pre prepare
pare prepare the city boiler for use.
Now you ask me how I am confi confident
dent confident of all this? From the fact that
I have constructed a small apparatus,
which, when operated by the dentists'
electric motor will purify the water
at the rate of one pint per minute.
Then, the question of capacity is a
mathematical calculation in accord accordance
ance accordance with the laws of hydraulics.
Furthermore, while I am not prepar prepared
ed prepared in my office to make an analytical,
qualitative examination of water, I
can, with microscope and chemicals
make what is called in the United
States dispensatory the qualitation
tests, these ascertaining what the sol solids
ids solids are and when they have been el eliminated.
iminated. eliminated. Let me say further that all animal
matter and germs with a specific
gravity greater than water would be
eliminated. This tempts me to re
vert to the matter of chlorides in our I
city water when in the course of
our water supply are they germinat germinated?
ed? germinated? We are taught that they are pro produced
duced produced by animal decomposition as
well as by chemical action. Then
their presence might mean sewer con contamination
tamination contamination as strongly as the pres presence
ence presence of micro-organisms though not
portend the danger. Until we begin
Zo bore deep wells and get mineral
water, the presence of chlorides in
drinking water was sufficient ground
for condemning the well for use.
This is because, if it is a shallow
well, the probability is that the source
is from animal decomposition and
not chemical as in the deep well.
And yet we might consider this pos possibility:
sibility: possibility: The products of our sewer
wells, being fond of micro-organisms,
the final product of all decomposi decomposition,
tion, decomposition, being water, ammonia or nitro nitrogen,
gen, nitrogen, and salts or solids, might not
they, while passing through the many
stratum of lime rock that we have in
this county become inocuous com compounds,
pounds, compounds, making it immaterial if they
did get into our drinking water. So
1 would say give us the deep well, the
deeper the better. These concluding
ideas were prompted by Dr. Byrd's
able discussion of the sewer problem
at the meeting of the board of trade.
There were so many questions that I
desisted from mentioning these.
A. L. Blalock.
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backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in
both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1. One small
bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive
street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by drug druggists.
gists. druggists. Ad.
COTTAGE FOR RENT
My cottage at Woodmar on Lake
Weir, completely furnished, is for
rent for July. R. R. Carroll.
It 13 an absolute fact, that one 50 cent
jar of WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM
will either remove your freckles or cause
them to fade and that two jars will even
in the most severe cases completely cure
them. We are willing to personally
guarantee this and to return your money ;
without argument if your complexion is
not fully restored to its natural beauty, i
WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is fine,
fragTantand absolutely harmless. Will
not make hair grow but will positively
remove TAN, PIMPLES and FRECK FRECKLES.
LES. FRECKLES. Come in today and try it. Thejar3
are large and results absolutely certain.
Sent by mail if desired. Price 50c.
Mammoth jars $1.00. WILSON'S FAIR
SKIN SOAP 25c For sale by
The following clever remarks by
George Fitch, in one of our leading
exchanges, are very appropriate for
Shirt sleeves are a badge of good
.sense during the heated term.
Men are divided into two classes
those who take their coats off in hot
weather and those who don't dare to.
The man Vho takes his coat off is
no better than the man who doesn't,
but as a rule he can be more safely
approached on a hot day.
After a man has bubbled and boil boiled
ed boiled inside of a hot woolen coat for 16
hours on a midsummer day his dis disposition
position disposition has generally fermented and
he will explode with a loud report
if pricked by a sharp word.
Custom and convention look down
upon the man who takes off his coat
and he is fired out of fashionable
restaurants with great zest by the
This saves the shirtsleeve man a
great deal of money and it also keeps
the haughty, but partially dressed
lady dancers from being shocked and
The easiest way to offend' society
east of the Alleghnay mountains is
to shuck off the coat. Many a man
who has tried vainly to get the finger
of social scorn pointed at him by ac accumulating
cumulating accumulating divorces and other peo people's
ple's people's money, could get booted out of
iXewport in a minute by attending a
select party without his coat.
Society is very fond of coats and
insists upon their attendance at all
functions. But it is not always par particular
ticular particular about filling in said coat.
South of Mason and Dixon's line,
the coat is also treated with great re respect
spect respect and the man who attempts to
remove his coat before going to bed
is ejected from the bosom of his fel fellow
low fellow men with great emphasis.
This, however, is not from aesthet aesthetic
ic aesthetic reasons, but because, by removing
his coat in the south, a man adver advertises
tises advertises the fact that it is hot and the
south is particularly touchy upon this
Man is much more beautiful in his
slrrt sleeves than he is with his coat
on, provided his credit at the laundry
is good. But not much can be said
for the man who removes his coat and
clings to his vest.
Vests are not immodest, but they
are no more ornamental than false
teeth out of place. Likewise, sus suspenders
penders suspenders and garters were both made
to blush unseen.
Nature has so desiarned some men
as to make suspenders a necessity to
them. But the offenses of nature
should not be visited upon the help helpless
less helpless public. The suspendered man
should wear a kimona over his shirt
in the interest of art.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
(Rev. Jas. G. Glass, Rector)
7 a. m. Holy communion.
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer, Litany
S p. m. Evening services.
(W. H. Coleman, Minister)
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon.
S p. m. The church will join the
ether churches in the union meeting
at the Presbyterian church.
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.,
11 a. m. Sermon.
Subject, "God's Care of His Ser Servants."
vants." Servants." 3 p. m. Junior Mission Society.
S p. m. Union services in this
church. Rev. V. H. Coleman will
preach the sermon.
A cordial invitation extended to
Ep worth League Program
Prayer by leader.
Scripture lesson, "The Home and
How to Make It Better."
Readings by members.
Talks on the subject by Dr. Dojge.
Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Martin, Rev. Steph Stephens,
ens, Stephens, Rev. Ley and Miss Lillie Roux.
Talks by members.
Leader, Clifford Pea body.
Meeting starts promptly at 3:30
o'clock, at the Methodist church.
111 1 1 Vteite
We sock the knife into prices on Hardware. A
big business at little prices is our way of doing bus business.
iness. business. W e 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. Man! Hardware Co.,
Ocala, IF la. Phone 118.
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TRANSFER AND FIUEPROOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.
The full, rounded tones of Mr.
Swain's voice and the exquisite ren rendition
dition rendition of the modern classics charm charmed
ed charmed the audience. Indianapolis Star.
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Quality or Price.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1913
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"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 anu 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 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
K. of P. meet .Monday night.
Elks meet Tuesday evening.
Odd fellows meet Tuesday night.
DK. PASLAY'S DEATH
RESULT OF AX ACCIDENT
Board of Trade Wednesday night
.Moose meet Thursday evening.
R. A. M. meets Friday night.
Mr. M. P.
Frink of Levon was in
j Fresh buttermilk every day at the
Postoffiee Drugstore. 6-24-tf
At the time mention was made in;
j yesterday's paper of the death of Dr. j
of the cause was known. We learn j
that his death was the cause of aj
run-away accident. He was riding!
a horse through the woods and thej
animal became frightened and un-j
manageable. The doctor was thrown
against a tree, breaking his jawbone j
and two ribs. He lived about four
teen hours after the accident.
Raincoats in all grades and sizes at
Lucky Blue Bird Pins the latest
thing out Weihe, the jeweler.-15-6t
Mr. Nathan Mayo and Eddie Col Col-lens
lens Col-lens of Summerfield, were in the
Are you going away? Then let us
fit you up with a trunk or bag. H.
B. Masters Co. 6-30-lm
One may sometimes guess how a
young man will turn out by noting
the time he turns in.
BASEBALL TEAM WILL BANQUET
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 offics.
FOR RENT Five or six-room
house on Daugherty street. Apply to
The vacation season Is just begin beginning
ning beginning and those in need of Trunks
should call and see our prices.
The Furniture Men
R. D- FULLER
RAGS WANTED Anyone having
on hand well laundered cotton rags
can dispose of them by applying at
the Star office. 7-4-tf
Over the Munroe & Chambliss Bank
Those initial correspondence cards
for sale by the Murray Company are
the latest things out. 7-18-3t
The manager and members of the
Ocala base ball team and a few
friends will have a banquet at the
Harrington Tuesday evening, and it
is hardly necessary to say, it will be
.There will be much practice next
week, as the boys will be training for
the game at Gainesville on the 31st.
Manager Hunter hopes to have a
game with Leesburg, Gainesville or
Lawtey team next Thursday.
The Palatka team invited the
Ocalas over to their town, with
promise of a return game the follow
ing l nursday, but .Manager Hunter,
on account of the Gainesville en engagement,
gagement, engagement, couldn't accept.
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.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
UNITED STATES. DEPOSITORY
Another Fine Program Will be Ren Rendered
dered Rendered this Evening
Nipped in the Bud, and Wanting a
Wallie Van and the Twins in Mix Mixed
ed Mixed Identities :Vitagraph. comedy.
Gala Day Parade jn Yokohoma,
The Unburied Past Essanay.
Pathe Weekly and Mutt and Jeff
Mr. James L. Knight, a former
Ocala citizen, is in the city visiting
friends for a few days.
DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Mr. W. B. Gallagher returned last
night from a business trip to Palatka.
-Try our ice cold buttermilk. Re Received
ceived Received daily from the Ocala Heights
Dairy. Gerig's Drugstore. 6-17-tf
Mr. William Hocker was a visitor
to Jacksonville yesterday, returning
to his ho'me last night.
Don't forget that you can buy
show cases and counters very cheap
from the Murray Company. 7-18-3t
dmill and wjter tank owned by
J. T. Shaw it Zuber.
Men have long
provement in shirts.
We have it.
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. 3SS (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
beg to remain.
7-17-tf J. W. Akin.
The meeting at Fort McCoy Friday
was largely attended, there being
jjeonle nresent from all over the
dountry around that pretty and pros-j stantl-v and K!nS did not remain
Tom D. Howard, the young rail railroad
road railroad man who was killed in a pistol
fight with E. W. King at Montbrook
Friday, was well known to many
Ocala people. He ran in and out of
this city as flagman on the Homo-j
sassa train witn conductor uooayeari
up to about a year ago. King was in
charge of the road crusher at Mont-!
brook, and Howard, it is alleged, was
meeting his daughter contrary to the
wishes of her father. A day or so
before the killing, the two men met
and King ordered Howard to stay
away trom tne gin. tieatea worns
passed between the men, but they
separated without serious trouble.
When they met Friday they did not
more than speak when both drew
pistols and began tiring. Howard
shot King thru the body and the lat latter
ter latter fell to the ground dying, but ral rallied
lied rallied long enough to send a bullet into
Howard. The ball struck Howard on
the right side of his abdomen and
tore thru his body, coming out under
his lelt shoulder. Howard died in-
- It will look as bright
as if new.
Next to Express Office.
lerous town. There was a beautiful
FOR RENT Upstairs; consisting
of three rooms, furnished for house housekeeping,
keeping, housekeeping, with bath, city and cistern
v.-ater. Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 S.
Fifth street. 7-S-6t
LOST At Miss Florence Samp Samp-t
t Samp-t dii's party recently, a gold bar pin
with button in center and taps on
en is. Return to Miss Marjorie Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, at Frank's store. 7-17-0t
WANTED Sober hustler with
horse and buggy, by a large corpora corpora-tion
tion corpora-tion as collector in Marion county.
Address with references, J. B. Colley,
care Harrington Hall. 7-17-St
J. E. CI I ACE
FOR SALE 1913 4 hp. Indian
motorcycle. Cheap for cash. ., H. S.
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
I,. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
People will pass by half a dozen
non-advertising stores to hunt up one
that is constantly telling what it has
The Murray Company still has 25c
and 50c box letter paper at 10c 3
Use Dike's Peroxide Cream to re remove
move remove tan, freckles and sunburn dur during
ing during this warm weather. The Court
and hospitable country dinner, and a
quantity of refreshments were sold
for the benefit of the pretty cemetery
of which the people of the commun community
ity community are justly proud. Speeches were
delivered by Messrs. L. S. Light, and
the only drawback to the occasion
was the rain, which drove the people
to shelter about 3 o'clock. There
went from Ocala in autos Dr. and
Mrs. L. F. Blalock, Dr. A. L. Ulalock.j
Messrs. V. T. Gary, Niel Ferguson,!
F. W. Ditto, Wiley Hill, and several;
ethers, beside a number who went on;
the train. ;
M. J. iioesa oi Ocala, who has been
in the city on business connected with
che om. Petersburg; Novelty orks t'oi
steial uays, left for his headquar headquarters
ters headquarters by way of i am pa today, and ue ue-i'ere
i'ere ue-i'ere iioaraing the boat grew tntim tntim-iastic
iastic tntim-iastic :ii talking o.ei the game yes yesterday
terday yesterday bd .een the si. Peters burs
Novelty Works and the fit. Peters.-
i uurg Hardware Louipan, ueejaimg
Send Your Clothes
To One Place
To be Cleaned and Press Pressed,
ed, Pressed, thereby saving con confusion
fusion confusion and expense.'
Our motto is
"NO CLEAN. NO PAY"
I Todd & Q
i PHONE 167
in the p
-e l citv league. St. Pe
The St. Cecilia Club was assisted
by Mi- Edwin Swain, an unusually
s;ood baritone. New York Evening
Mr. R. YV. Ramsauer, with the H.
ii. W. B. Drew Co., of Jacksonville,
was in town yesterday, calling on the
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 Williams,
iams, Williams, box 332. 7-15-Ct
M. C. IZLAU
Office Law Library Building
Friday afternoon's storm was re- Mail.
vere at Coleman. It damaged Car-J
lit hers' store, the sawmill and sev-j Rev. Banyan Stephens returned'
eral fences, and blew down much this morning from a delightful visit
Call on the Court Pharmacy when
to L?ke Weir, where he has been the
guest of the Meffert boys since Wednesday.
in need of anything in the
Col. J. Q. Nash, presiuent of River Riverside,
side, Riverside, (Gainesville, da. Military Acad Academy,
emy, Academy, is in the city in the interest o.
his school. Col. Nash ha made
many friends since coming to ihi
v and l.o doubt his sehool win ue
ell reprt sented from this section.
?. A. DIMM)
Knew as much
the goods you
Friday afternoon the storm lid
"considerable damage in and about
j Martin. ThTfIephone lines were;
aoorti broken m iMn nlaces and about a
Rent, j i
havej dozen trees ifdoced the. public road.-.
on your shelves as you do, mm t yen They are beingcut out today. ine
suppose they would hunt you I up t corn crop was blown about some f v. d
when in need of them". Moral: '.Ad-, fences of the farmers were consirder-
FOR SALE 1 y 13 motorcycles and
motor boats at bargain prices, all
makes, brand new machines, on easy
monthly payment plan. Get our
proposition before buying or you will
regret it, also bargains in used
motorcycles. Write us today. En Enclose
close Enclose stamp for reply. Address, Lock
Box 11, Trenton, Mich. 7-lS-tf
WANTED Boy to work in print printing
ing printing office, one who desires to learn
the trade; lazy boys need not apply.
Star office. tf
AUTO CURTAINS LOST Lost on
Thursday night, July 17th. between
Belleview and Ocala, Voll of black au automobile
tomobile automobile curtains in red leather cov cover.
er. cover. Finder will be rewarded by re returning
turning returning to Star office or Dr. E. Van
FOUND At Temple theater, gold
stick pin. Three links engraced on
Owner can nna same at uus
J. G. PURVIS
- j Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
! Murray & Company have received!.
jtheir charter, duly incorporating that
business under the laws of the state.!
ami have taken over the business j
opened a few weeks ago temporari'y
as Murray & Company.
Mr. T. M. Pieree, oT lb
Lain her Company, Fort
among the business visitors in the
city today. He paid the Star otfice a
pleasant call. Mr. Pieree says the
srorni ye-Ter.iay afternoon blew quite
a few trees across the right-of-way
of the Ocala Northern Railroad
north of Fort McCoy and delayed the
trains several hour-.
014 E. Adams St. Phone 491,
Y & CO.
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chamblis,3 Bank Building
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
When in need of anything in the
way of inks call at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. All colors in stock at all
Mr. Edwin Swain, a gifted bari baritone,
tone, baritone, sang songs by Brahms, Schu Schumann,
mann, Schumann, and Tchaikowsky with beauti beautiful
ful beautiful style. New. York Times.
For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.
D. E. MelYER and C. V. ROBERTS
AH Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed
The storm was
quite severe m
It blew down
Goodwin's steps and took the roofs
off some of tltesmaller buildings.
Mr. Chazal's flagstaff,
D. E. McIYER
C. V. ROBERTS
Undertaking Office. .
The negro murderer Richardson
stayed last night with some of his
friends at Petteway's still near Dun Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. and left before' the officers
heard of his presence there this
Fresh bread every day and the
best there is made too. We always
keep on hand the largest line of
cakes that has ever been carried by
an Ocala bakery. Carter's Bak Bakery.
ery. Bakery. 7-2-tf
20c per lb.
Will Uooien was arrested today
We are carrying a very com complete
plete complete stock of Frank E.
Block's Crackers and Cakes
in bulk and packages.
All 10c packages 3 for25cts,
all 5c packages 6 for 25 cts.
There is none belter ihan
; by Deputy Charles Smith on a war war-jrant
jrant war-jrant i.-.-u. d last December, charging
I assault with intent to murder.
! had indulged in a free for all scrap
in the section known as the Buff urn
quarters during the Christmas holi holidays
days holidays and this is his first visit to town
since. He h'i;- ben at Hernando, but
thinking that everything had blown
over by this time ventured in. with
the above result.
fresh and Cured Meats, fresh, and
Salt Water Fish, Chickens, Eggs
and Vegetables of all Kinds
North Magnolia Street
Will I PHONE 200 OCALA. FLA.
UNSIGHTLY FACK SPOTS
Are cured by Dr. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment, which heals all skin erup eruptions.
tions. eruptions. No matter how long you have
been troubled by itching, burning or
scaly skin humors, just put a little
of that soothing antiseptic, Dr. Hob Hob-son's
son's Hob-son's Ointment on the sores and the
suffering stops instantly. Healing
begins that very minute. Doctors
use it in their practice and recom recommend
mend recommend it. Mr. Alleman of Littletown,
Pa. savs: "'Had eczema on fore
head: Dr. Hobson's Eczema
ment cared it in tw-o weeks." Guar Guarantee!
antee! Guarantee! to relieve or money refunded.
Price o'"'c. Pfeiffr Chemical Co.,
Philadelphia and St. Louis. Sold in
Ocala by Tydings & Co. Adv.
At RIGHT PRICES
The Furniture Men
"Queen ol Sea Routes"
MERCHANTS' A 31IXER5, TIIAXS. CO.
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Oint-lSend for booklet.
H. C. AVERY, Asent,
L. D. JONES, C. A.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville, Fla.
Finest coastwise Trip in the World'
THE OCA LA KVKM.VG STAR, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
!u:s vacation ana aurriea back io
I Washington. Anv man who has been
j familiar with the news of the world
for the las; thirty years knows that!
(time and time again republican sec-:
RITTIXC.KU & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavenjjoud, Iiuvine-s Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
liave been absent
for months at a
retanes oi state
time, often traveling at government
expense. often making partisan
speec-ne-s. and while we cion
republicans to remember thi;
S l RSC It I PIT OX KATES
'One year, in advance 5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three month3, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance 50
( Foreign )
One year, in advance S.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One monrh, in advance SO
The Pensacola News naively refers that government, and as it seems that
to Solomon as an extensive husband, lour government has been unwilling
to recognize Huerta, it may send Wil-
Isn't Mulhall making a first-rate
Ortie McManigal for the republican
Congressman L'Engle is at Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton Springs, in Taylor county, taking
the water of that famous resort in
hope of curing the rheumatism that
has afflicted him for the past two
The Banner has added a very nifty
illustrated feature to its news service.
As Uncle Frank grows older his pa paper
per paper grows better, and if he lives to
be as old as .Methuselah (which we
all hope he will) James Gordon Ben
nett will have nothing on him.
son back to his post, or else leave it
in charge of the secretary of the Am American
erican American legation, which would be an
open slight. It is alleged that Mr.
Wilson, who is an appointee of Taft,
was entirely too favorable to Dikz
and Huerta in the troubles! that cul culminated
minated culminated with the murder of Madero,
but he hasn't told his side of the
ange that democrats
MIL RKYA.VS LECTURES
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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
RAWER II AS IT IX FOR RRYAX
According to the Tampa Tinies, the
editor of an Alabama newspaper
found himself in trouble because in
a report o? a meeting he alluded vo
some, but not all, present as "honor "honorable."
able." "honorable." The Times went on to dilate
interestingly on the subject of the
titles that Americans so inappro inappropriately
priately inappropriately apply to any and everyone.
"h. is one of the Star's few inflexible
rul. of style to apply the title "Hon "Honorable"
orable" "Honorable" to no one but the president
of the United States, who is the only
man in America legally entitled to it.
Plain mister is good enough for ev everybody
erybody everybody else.
Being either too busy, or too tired,
or too lazy, to write what we thought
about William J. Bryan, secretary
fit' f i 1 rT n n'n fr tn smuiln --. U T 1
salary, we have been waiting foi
some unusually bright and fair fair-minded
minded fair-minded exchange to print our senti sentiments,
ments, sentiments, so that we might reprint
c .A,dru a.n.eu i oua.M possessor of two or three millions
morning in the columns of the Col- amassed through and invested in
umoia, l,.. btate, ana we take manufactorie
pleasure in reproducing it in order
to please the genuine democrats of
MiiFoe &. Chambliss Bank
section, who believe in Mr. Brv-
euju.wuK s oeciai oriv-
ileges under a Paine-Aldrich tariff
and therefore to be depended upon
as its supporter, he would not be
spite of the attempts of the! the target of republican ridicule.
The sum of Mr. Bryan's offending is
that he earns his money himself and
does not ask or use the instrumen instrumentalities
talities instrumentalities of the government to earn it
On Sept. 25, 1513, after a march
of fearful hardship and almost con constant
stant constant battle with the Indians. Balboa.
"Irom a peak of Darien," saw the
Pacific ocean. If present plans work
out, it will be four centuries almost!
to a day that water will be turned
into tie Culebra cut. Balboa was
legall. murdered by a jealous rival,
but ,et us hope that America will do
Ivo ior, to Col. Goethals, the army en en-E.neer,
E.neer, en-E.neer, who quietly carried the gi gigantic
gantic gigantic work to a successful conclus conclusion
ion conclusion as an incident of his chosen pro profession,
fession, profession, after men of showy national
reputation had marched down to the
canal with a great display of head headlines,
lines, headlines, and then marched home again.
The Star is about as well acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with the Congressional Record as
any other paper. The Record "lias
been coming to the Star office reg regularly
ularly regularly 'while Congress wa-s in session
for the last eighteen years, and is
always consulted for such matters as
seem doubtful in the press dis dispatches,
patches, dispatches, and other affairs of interest
an this part of the world. The Star
is perfectly familiar with the "exten "extension
sion "extension of remarks" humbug, which by
the way has been greatly denounced
and ridiculed by the leading papers
of the country for the last twenty
years or more. Mr. Clark's speech
in the Record was no worse than
hundreds of similar events, but it
was no better, and was a petty im imposition
position imposition on the people, similar to
making them pay for baths and
shaves and shines for senators in the
capitol barbershop. It was to use
to protest against such abuses while
.the republicans were in power, but
the democrats might abolish them.
It is prophesied by some of the
leading correspondents at the na national
tional national capital that Ambassador
Henry L. Wilson, now on his way to
Washington from Mexico, will not
return to his present mission, but
will be asked to resign. However, if
a successqr to Wilson is appointed
and sent to Mexico, his reception by
the de facto government of the coun country
try country will, according to diplomatic
usage, at the same time recognize
Mr. William J. Bryan is one of
the leaders of democracy, and is so
recognized the nation over, and the
Ocala Banner claims to be a demo democratic
cratic democratic paper, nevertheless, it lets
pass no opportunity to cast slurs on
the great Commoner. For instance,
among the Banner's telegraph dis dispatches
patches dispatches this morning appears the fol following:
"Washington, July IS By a strict
party vote the democrats today suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in tabling Bristow's resolu resolution
tion resolution which was aimed at Bryan's pro proposed
posed proposed lecture tour, and a resolution
was passed to ask the president to
ascertain what salary would keep
Bryan at his post."
It is strange that the Banner says
the resolution passed when e very very-other
other very-other paper taking the afternoon ser service
vice service of the Associated Press said it
did not i ass. For instance. the
Tampa Times of yesterday afternoon
contained the following:
"Washington, July IS. By almost
a strict party vote tiie Senate dem democrats
ocrats democrats today succeeded in tabling
Senator Bristow's resolution, aimed
at Secretary of State Bryan's propose
ied six weeks lecture tour. The res
olution would have called on Pres President
ident President Wilson to advise the Senate
what salary would be sufficient to
keep Mr. Bryan continuously at his
post, and was prompted by the sec secretary's
retary's secretary's public announcement that he he-was
was he-was obliged to augment his pay ot
12,000 a year by lectures to meet
his living expenses. Senators Poin Poin-dexter
dexter Poin-dexter and Borah voted with the
democrats to table the resolution.
The vote was 41 to 29."
The reader will observe the differ difference
ence difference in the wording of the dispatches.
The Banner's said, "by a strict party
vote." The Times' said, "by almost
a strict party vote," and gave the
names of the two republican sen senators
ators senators who voted with the democrats.
In another place, the Banner print printed
ed printed the speech that it says was deliv
ered yesterday by Senator X. J.
Townsend, republican, of Michigan,
bitterly attacking Mr. Bryan for his
declaration that it was necessary for
him to lecture during his vacation in
order to supplement his salary.
It is strange that no mention of
this speech was made in Friday aft afternoon's
ernoon's afternoon's papers, which take the same
service the Banner does. It is prob probable
able probable that it was sent to the Banner
by mail. If it came by wire and we
are willing to bet a dollar it didn't,
it is strange that a democratic paper,
taking 300 words of telegram a day,
should be willing to pay tolls on
12."" words of an unfair, untruthful
and extremely partisan attack by a
republican on one of the leading men
in the democratic party.
In another place we reprint from
the Columbia (S. C.) State, a com complete
plete complete refdy to Bryan's critics on the
subject of his lecture tour, and by
the way we haven't noticed any of
Mr. Bryan's enemies announcing that
on a crisis developing in the Mexican
situation he cut short his tour and
republicans and the near-republicans
to belittle him. The State's article
"In the matter of delivering, dur during
ing during his vacation, certain chautuau.ua
lectures Mr. Bryan has, as is his cus
tom, spoken plainly and fully. He!
has concealed nothing and the people!
understand exactly what his attitude!
is. That always has been his habit t
and therein lies the secret of the:
faith of the people in him. It is for-!
eign wholly to the habit of the astute
uM a "NEW
XA.MIXG THE XEXT (iOYERXOR
(Punta Gorda Herald)
The Tampa Tribune and the Orlan Orlando
do Orlando Sentinel have kindly undertaken
the task of naming a successor to
(Governor Trammell, though the pres
ent governor has over three years j
vet to serve. The Tribune favors!
and their friends complain. Thevji, P ,
1 Frank Maves of the Pensacola Joum-!
are nonplussed and thev resent the! , M , j
v utmuLiuia no u i i- ii r, i e r..i i t 1 .
gent leman of business who have been i
in power in Washington, and theyi
frankness of these democrats
departure, without notice, from the!
traditional rules of their game. A
republican secretary of state, attorney-general
of secretary of the treai-
would have turned this pretty
h.nnprs linwpvpr nfcnrH tn tbpir nrpt:s
brethren the privilege of suggesting
other candidates for the oliice and
i therefore the Herald respectfully begs!
l',n to name a cenlleman. who. if elected, i
ny, say. a hundred thousand dollars, , , i
' would make an ideal governor. In
in on iintircilv luo-itimotn Inol horinnp
uoing so, this paper cheerfully ad
r.oiinng to tio wim omciai duties, an t
10 Per cent Larfler
50 Per cent Larger
No Lost Space.
More Comfortable to
Most Modern in Every
Easier to Rent or Sell.
would have held his tongue. One
does not know that the salaries of
men like Elihu Root. Frnnklyn Mac-
mits that either Mr. Mayes or Mr.
Beachaiu would make an excellent
governor, but the Herald's selection
All work given my personal attention. If you
want the best work, at the most reasonable prices,
give me a chance. Out of town work given prompt attention.
would make a nraeter-exrelh-nr one.
and Philander Knox were theLri .
j The onlv trouble is. v.e cannot induce
u the;r earnings while they ,,. .. t
; 1I1UI IU IltJl. lK' IlilS SrtlU lliai Willie:
were m n'rtrp ihki i r tPev verp lmt
were or not, one may
safely assert that the public would
not have been the wiser had these
; en tie men
u io run. ne nas
he would like to be governor, he is
financially unable to enter the race;
and when it was suggested to him
that his iriends would provide an am-
tion to the making of tens and hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of thousands "on the side." It
is a rare republican cabinet, officer of
the last fifty years who has not been
a pastmaster in making money and'
who has not known how to practice
his art quietly whether he did prac practice
tice practice it or not.
"What Mr. Bryan earns he earns
openly and he is neither ashamed nor
afraid to talk about it. He is en entitled
titled entitled to a vacation and prefers to
use part of it lecturing. The private
work that he engages in for a few
weeks is that of a public teacher,
that is what the people regard it, as
all other teachers, including those
who teach from the pulpit, do.
"Meantime it is well to remember
that the administration in Washing Washington
ton Washington is composed of men who as a
class are wholly different in circum
stances from their predecessors. One;
does not find about the cabinet table
now a group of millionaires. There
are no merchants among them retir retiring
ing retiring for the time from activity in a
business that yields annually hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of thousands in profits and
that goes on in their absence. There
are no great bankers, no lawyers who
have amassed their million already,
and no plungers in western timber
and mining properties. There is no
gainsay that Washington is a poor
town, so far as the condition of office officeholders
holders officeholders is considered, as compared
with what it was a few months ago,
and there is and must be now a close
counting of dollars and dimes that
was lately not thought of. The pres present
ent present administration, in its personnel,
is representative of the moderately
well-to-do. The American people are
not likely to resent the circumstance
that a cabinet officer is not so rich
that he is unwilling to use his leisure
in adding to his income and that he
is frank enough to tell them so in
pie campaign fund for him, he em emphatically
phatically emphatically rejected the proposition.
saying that he would not accept an
office with "strings tied to him." If
he were chosen to any position, he
was determined that he should have
no reason to feel under obligations
to any man or set of men.
Who is he? you ask.
He is William A. Hocker, one of
the justices of our supreme court.
There is not an abler, better inform informed,
ed, informed, more upright and conscientious
man in the state of Florida than!
Judge Hocker. This writer has
known him for thirty years and is!
well acquainted with his ability and
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digested it and he remembers what
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but be "practices what he preaches."
He lives up to the teachings of the
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son Jefferson and down to John Sharpe Will Will-liams
liams Will-liams and Oscar Underwood. He
knows the views and deeds of all
democratic leaders to the present day.
He is today the Christian philosopher
and publicist of Florida.
Every lawyer in the state who has
ever come in close contact with Judge
Hocker will testify to his pre-eminent
ability and exalted character.
He is a Virginian, a Southerner and
a gentleman by nature.
He will not run for governor be because
cause because he has not the means to make
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The aerodroinones of the latter were
approaching steadily. She seemed to
have forgotten them entirely in the
heat of the pursuit, while she was the
aggressor, but now, when Napoleon
turned against her, she quickly turned
to the stylograph and gave ordere to
her fleet to close in upon them, but
not to interfere until it was necessary
for her safety.
Napoleon plainly heard the message
and waited until she had broken con connection,
nection, connection, then he faced her machine
and unhurriedly pulled a lever that
was connected with the tube that had
been lately attached to all his aerodro aerodro-mones.
mones. aerodro-mones. A thick stream of white liquid
shot out and landed squarely upon the
left wing of the Princess. The bird
trembled. Santos calmly turned on
the emergency dry battery and, like
a great wounded bird, the Princess
began to eettle downward. The white
stream was stopped, a deft turn of the
wheel, a well-directed move and the
Eagle slipped between the wings of
the Princess, and she was a prisoner.
Rositta was as pale as death. The
terrible disappointment of losing,
when victory was so near, made her
faint. Then she remembered her fleet
and signaled orders quickly.
She had not noticed that Napoleon,
just before he turned on the liquid
that had disabled her machine, had
hoisted a red signal, and a great fleet
of aerodfomones rose from the coast
along North Carolina and silently
closed in on the fleet of the enemy.
The formation of Pamlico Sound
made this maneuver easy and Napo Napoleon
leon Napoleon had cleverly led Rositta and her
fleet into the trap. He turned his
Eagle landward and, weighted as he
was, moved slowly away. His men
had been fully instructed in regard to
their action and Whistler led them.
As soon as Santos reanzea wnat naa
happened, he turned to the door and
opened it: "Come, Rositta, my wife, it
will be sweet to die together."
"Idiot!" she shrieked.
He looked at her and knew. He
turned to his master, who waved a
friendly hand at him. and said sadly:
"Napoleon, forgive me. I was blind blinded."
ed." blinded." He jumped into the sound and the
waters closed over him. Rositta had
not even glanced at him as he fell. She
stepped into his place in the doorway
and had her foot on the first rung of
the ladder that led to the top of the
machine when he touched the water.
Napoleon opened the door, for her,
without saying a word.
When she was in the upper machine
&he stood looking at Napoleon, who
was awaiting her further action.
At last she said: "With you I would
go down there." Then she flushed and
an exquisite little smile appeared on
her face. "You devil of a man! You
have won again! What do you intend
to do with me?"
He looked at her sadly as he replied
in a measured voice:
"I will make a queen of you."
"Oh, thanks! That is kind. I pre presume
sume presume you have selected a very beauti beautiful
ful beautiful country?"
"Yes, Rositta Rosiny, a very beau beautiful
tiful beautiful country. You will have every everything
thing everything you need it is a veritable Gar Garden
den Garden of Eden.
She looked at him in alarm, then
looked toward her fleet. Every one o!
her aerodromones had been captured.
They reached land. Napoleon called
up Whistler and, giving orders regarding-the
empty aerodromone that he
was leaving on a sandbar, released it
from the electric clutches of the Eagle.
Then he flew up again, with Rositta
sitting motionless and unseeing on the
bench. Sending the Eagle toward the
south, he turned on full speed.
The man who had outwitted his en enemies
emies enemies was silent, watching the rich
country run backward under him. Nei Neither
ther Neither spoke on the long journey south southward
ward southward to the Garden of Eden.
love, the most holy of all.
"See Eee how green the grass is!
How blue the sky i3! How mild the
air, and the water of the Lago di Mag Mag-giore
giore Mag-giore is as smooth as a mirror." She
beckoned to Napoleon. "Just look at
that sweet little girl, see how she runs
on the shore she rs after a butter butterfly.
fly. butterfly. Don't you see her, man! Don't
you see her?" She gasped these last
words hoarsely and grasped Napole Napole-on6
on6 Napole-on6 arm. A nameless terror had his
noble soul in its grip.
"Answer me, do you see her?" She
began to sob. "Ah, don't say no say
you see her. She is my own little girl.
She is good and not like her mother.
She is good, I say! She must be good
to be happy." She sobbed wildly.
Turning to Napoleon she screamed:
"Speak! Oh, speak to me, or I shall
go mad entirely."
He took her hands in his and in a
mild voice said: "Rositta, be quiet;
you don't know what you are saying."
She pushed him away. A wild look
came into her eyes.
"You fiend! You have killed me,
and I'll kill you now!" Her hand
slipped into her bosom and a short
gilt Venetian dagger glistened bright brightly.
ly. brightly. She darted forward blindly and
just missed Napoleon. Her dagger
struck the wall fiercely. The blade
broke and fell with a sharp clink to
the floor. The next moment she faint fainted
ed fainted in Napoleon's arms.
He carried her to the 6ofa and
urougui nru water to revive ner.
For two long hours her soul trav traveled
eled traveled through unknown regions where
there is neither time nor distance.
When she opened her eyes again she
was not the same youthful, vivacious
Rositta. She had become old.
She did not speak for a long time,
and Napoleon had the patience to
await her pleasure, notwithstanding
h'.s neglected duties at Washington.
At last she sat up and said weakly:
fit is i i-MSX--; hlh
A small house had been erected
near the Crystal Lake. It had two
rooms and kitchen, that was all; but
it had been pleasantly and well. fur furnished
nished furnished with everything a lone woman
might want. When Napoleon assisted
Rositta from the aerodromone he led
her into the pleasant living-room She
followed him obediently, as if in a
trance, seating herself in the chair
indicated without a word.
"This is your future home, Rositta,"
he said, simply.
She did not reply, but sat looking
out the window, at the clear lake and
the steep mountain sides that over overshadowed
shadowed overshadowed the little valley forbidding forbiddingly.
ly. forbiddingly. A strange fire shone in her eyes.
She stood up slowly and cautiously
and stepped to the window. She
looked out at the beautiful green fo foliage
liage foliage and the blooming flowers for a
long time, and Napoleon did not dis disturb
turb disturb her. Her actions commanded re respect.
spect. respect. A smile appeared on her face, a
smile that reminded Napoleon of his
own mother: it excressed mother
"My Son, Thcu Shalt Be a Citizen of a
Happier and More Peaceful Age."
"Napoleon Edison, you have won. Ybu
are strong; I am weak. The Queen
Rositta is dead. The only one I ever
truly loved, my little daughter, is
dead, and now I can mourn the rest
of my life. You may go, Napoleon.
That kiss of j-ours on the roof at Hel Helgoland
goland Helgoland that kiss given as alms is
responsible for all I have done." She
offered her hand. "Please go; there
are many awaiting you. I want to
rest in this solitude."
Napoleon took her hand. "Good-by.
Should j'ou need me, there is a special
signal arrangement in the other room;
use it." He left, and she watched his
form disappear in the dark night. The
man she had once feared, loved and
hated was gone, and, it was strange,
but she found all these conflicting
emotions gone as well.
That was the last ever heard of the
once-famous Princess Schomburg Schomburg-Lithow,
Lithow, Schomburg-Lithow, the ambitious Queen of the
En route to Washington Napoleon
talked with his men on Ciryne.
Whistler told him that his instruc instructions
tions instructions had been carried out to the let letter
ter letter and Sullivan told of the success successful
ful successful capture of the four aerodromones
from the west.
It was ten o'clock in the morning
when he sighted the capital, and Con Congress
gress Congress was in session.
The newspapers had already de described
scribed described the battle between the Eagle
and the Princess and the capture of the
whole aerodromone flotilla. Whistler
had reported to the proper authorities,
but no one knew what had become of
the Princess Rositta,
Loud shouts filled the chamber when
Napoleon came in. Representatives
left their chairs and, lifting him up,
carried him on their shoulders to his
chair. He stood there a moment and
the enthusiastic audience became
"Gentlemen! Representatives of the
United Republics of America!
"I have to tell you that the dangers
surrounding us, caused by the design designing
ing designing and ambitious Princess von
Schomburg-Lithow, are dissipated for forever.
ever. forever. Her fleet of aerodromones is in
my possession and will be disposed of
as you see fit.
"Thi3 act of force, committed by me
alone, was done in the interest of
peace, according to the twelfth chap chapter
ter chapter of the international peace pactum,
that holds the president of the peace
committee responsible for peace be between
tween between nations.
"The manufacturing of aerodro aerodromones
mones aerodromones is my exclusive privilege for
the next seventeen years, according
to patents secured, and, since I be believe
lieve believe this abortive attempt to crush
liberty will not be repeated, I take
pleasure in offering my sixty aerodro aerodromones
mones aerodromones to the United Republics of
America, to be used in accordance
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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1913
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
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Misses Gladys and Tbeo Wallis,
of this city, who are having such a
delightful visit with friends and rel relatives
atives relatives in Savannah, are now the
charming honor guests at a lovely
house party being given in theirfreld a
honor by their uncle, Mr. S. C. Wal Wallis
lis Wallis at Tybee. The young ladies are
having a thoroughly magnificent
time. They expect to return to their
home in this city in about two weeks,
accompanied by their cousins, Misses
Lilla Chapin and Helen Kelly of Fer Fer-nadina,
nadina, Fer-nadina, who will be their guests for
an extended visit.
Altec Pfirrr Qaiinrtors nf Taflf5fin- I
A A WAV.-, 1 U J v - r
ville arrived tis Afternoon for an ex
tended visit tartSlMrs. H. M. Hamp-)
Dr. Carlisle Izlar and Mr. Norton
Davis will leave this afternoon for
Spencer Lodge on the gulf, to join
the house party over Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Ley returned
today from a delightful visit to their
daughter and family, Mrs. Alexander
Mrs. C. L. Moore and son-in-law,
Mr. Jesse Pyles, will leave on Mon Monday
day Monday for Mountain City, Ga., to join
Mrs. Pyles, who went in advance of
them to secure a suitable camp for
their ocoupancy during their stay in
that pleasant resort. They expect to
he away until late autumn or until
Mr. Pyles' health is greatly improv improved.
ed. improved. His friends wish him a speedy
Mrs. F. B. Beckham and interest interesting
ing interesting family left today for a month's
visit to Fernandina, accompanied by
Miss Alice Sexton, who will be their
guest for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Martin and
family, who have boarded nearly all
winter with Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Brigance, have gone to housekeeping
in one of Mrs. Jesse Haycraft's pretty
little cottages near the Civic League
park. Mrs. Martin, who has been so
ill for several months, is resting
more comfortably today.
Mr. Fred W. Wilson of Brooklyn,
was in the city this week, and inci incidentally
dentally incidentally attending to professional
Miss Lucile Atkisson, a former
Ocala girl, but now of Orlando, is re
ceiving many social honors durin
her summer outing in and around A
lanta. this next week she wur be a
popular member of Miss Mizell's
house party at Woodbine, Ga. Her
Ocala friends are paelsed to learn of
her social pleasures and wish for her
a delightful summer.
Miss Esther Ley, who has beea
spending the past week in Jacksoa Jacksoa-ville,
ville, Jacksoa-ville, the guest of Miss Claire Brod Brod-nax,
nax, Brod-nax, leaxes Monday for her home in
Miss Ruth Boney of Ocala, who
has been spending several weeks here
with relatives, is now the guest o?
friends in Starke. Miss Boney is an
accomplished musician. Times-Union.
Mrs. Ella Irvine and Mrs. A. M.
Carlton left this afternoon for a visir
. ta-ffiends at St. Petersburg.
accompanied b Miss Elizabeth Davis,
who will be ,hef guest for several
weeks in thelS-rfnshine City.
AT THE TEMPLE
The ladies of North Lake Weir
xyseeessfttr"pu"rIo party at
Idlewild dock Thursday afternoon
and evening. Over seventy-five peo people
ple people were in attendance and the.
church fund was swelled to the great
satisfaction of every one concerned. )sjia
Dr. Henry and Mrs. D. E. Mclver
were in command for the afternoon,
ably assisted by Mrs. K. H. Clements
and Mrs. R. L. Martin of Oklawaha.
Mr. Arthur Williams of Sarasota
arrived in the city yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon to visit his wife and sweet lit little
tle little daughter, at the home of the for former's
mer's former's aunt and uncle, Capt. and Mrs.
G. T. Maughs on Oklawaha avenue.
Mrs. Williams may return with her
husband to their home on Monday.
Excellent Irogram for a Mot En Enjoyable
joyable Enjoyable Musical Occasion
"On the Road to Mandalay"'
"I Cannot Help Loving Thee"
"Slave Song" Del Riego.
-Kiss Waltz" Scheut.
"Lorraine. Lorraine, Loree'
"Irish Love Song" Lang.
"A Red, Red Rose" Hastings.
"Three for Jack" Squire.
"Twelfth Rhapsody" Liszt.
"Gypsy Song" Russell.
I Hear You Calling Me" Mar-
Mr. Clarence Camp, after a few
days spent in the city, looking after
business affairs, returned to his sum
mer camp at Lake Toxaway, N. C.
yesterday afternoon to join his fam
ily at that delightful mountain re resort.
sort. resort. Gainesville was represented in this
city yesterday by Mrs. Alexander and
daughter and Mrs. Jones, relatives of
Mr. Lanhorn, the proprietor of. the
famous and popular White House of
our sister city.
The ladies of the Baptist sewing
circle will hold their meeting on the
church lawn Monday afternoon at 3
Mrs. Annie M. Perry and daughter,
Miss Sidney, will leave Monday morn morning
ing morning for Jacksonville, where they will
be the guests for several days of Mrs.
Perry's sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. B. W. McDonald at their
pleasant home in Springfield.
Admission 50 cents. Reserved
seats, for which there is no extra
charge, may be had at the Court
STILL SELLING SEED
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Condon and
infant daughter, who have been
at Lake Weir for the past month, re returned
turned returned home yesterday. They will
return to the lake Sept. 1st for sev several
eral several weeks.
Miss Nellie Kate Adams, one of
Palatka's charming belles, is the at attractive
tractive attractive guest of her chum. Miss Lil Lil-lie
lie Lil-lie Meadows, at her home, "Oak
Lawn," northwest of the city.
Mr. Carn lias Bought the Ocala Seel
Store from the Ocala Fertilizer Co.
and has Sold a Half Interest to Mr.
Ocala, Fla., July 13, 1913.
I take this method of informing
you that I have bought the business
known as the Ocala Seed Store from
the Ocala Fertilizer Company, and
jhave sold one-half interest to Mr. T.
E. Bridges of Ocala.
We shall still do business at the
same place, under the same name,
and we solicit the continuance of
your business. We shall greatly en enlarge
large enlarge and improve the business
along every line, and shall make ev every
ery every effort to keep on hand, at all
times, a large and fresh supply of
seed. While we cannot guarantee
seed, we will not sell any seed that
we do not believe will germinate and
are true to name. Your orders in the
future shall have our prompt atten attention,
tion, attention, and every courtesy will be
shown you. Our policy will be to
sell strictly for cash, or to responsi responsible
ble responsible persons only to the first of the
next month. We cannot afford to do
any long time crediting. We expect
to buy as many staple farm products
as possible, and shall make an effort
to secure a market for these pro products
ducts products all over the state and else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere. Give us a call when yoa
want seed. Do not send off for them
until you have given us an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to serve you.
W. D. Carn.
Eugene D. Dodge better known
as "Tucky" has landed the clerk clerkship
ship clerkship of the United .States court for
- tire nortnern district or norma, the
. nennett iert today tor lappointment having been
teuar iveys, 10 snena bunaay with i jmip-P r? r Pali 4,Tnpkv
Yfrc Ppnnarr oilrl t Vtr nliilrlron fTTVT1
Their friends and relatives in tlu
city will be glad to learn that a lit
tie son was borntTHJune 30th to Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Ilarclaker at their
home, 154 3 Calnoun street. New Or Orleans.
leans. Orleans. La. Mr. am5v Mrs. Hardaker
resiaea in ana neajy ucaia until re
cently, and Mrsrdaker Is a sister Inarming young lady, and the friends
of Mrs. D. W. Davis of this city. The
young man has been named William
"Mrs. Wm(fj Smith and h
Mr. and Mrs. T. 1. Munroe left a
per schedule early this morning
their Cadillac car for New York
state. They were accompanied on
their trip by Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
A congenial party of young ladies
and gentlemen motored to Lake Weir
last night after the storm, having
lunch at the Davis dock and return returning
ing returning home by moonlight.
Miss Annie Sharpe, after a visit of
some weeks with her aunt, Mrs. A. E.
McClymonds in this city, will leave
Monday for Alexandria Bay, X. Y.,
where she will bide her time in the
home of her sister, Mrs. Frederick
Benjamin, until the beginning of the
school term at Washington Seminary,
Miss Leontine' Ramsaur of St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, after j ar charming visit of
several weeks jwth friends in this
. city, left this ifrafhing for her home.
; -VJ friends in Gainesville.
W. H. Coleman wiu leave
same-place Monday, to pass the week
with his wife and son. Mrs. Coleman
continues to improve, tho slowly,
from her long illness.
Mr. Frank J'. Durand and family
arrived from Inglis Friday and are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Durand. The friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Durand will be glad to know
there is a prospect of their again
making their home here.
Mr. McKenzie of the Rentz Lumber
Co., and his family, who have been
on a visit to their old home in Augus Augusta,
ta, Augusta, Ga.. returned today. They made
the trip in their auto, and are well
pleased -with the work of their
Miss Unie Tompkins, who has
been with .Murray & Co.. since tiw
m Degan business, will leave to
morrow tor Bushnell, where her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tompkins
have taken charge of the Alsiana,
BusJineH's new and up-to-date hotel.
Mis Unie is an unusually pretty and
she has made in Ocala will miss her
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little daughtehivalette are visitine!hoes for men a11 leathers. 7-14
WOMAN'S CLU1J MEETING
CALLED FOR WEDNESDAY
The executive board of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club and all members of the
club are urged to be in attendance
upon a call meeting on next Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the club
rooms, to discuss ways and means
for the building of the new Woman's
Club club house which it is hoped can
be begun at once. Every member is
urged to be present at this meeting.
.Mrs. C. R. Tydings, Pres.
Mr. Swain sang
two groups of
songs and won the audience bv his
voice and hearty manner. New Yprk
OPEN DAY" AND :MGIiT
Ierchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
the son of Dr. V. II. Dodge, one of
Florida's grand and noble men. He
is a brother of John W. Dodge, and
is exceedingly popular and well qual
ified for the position which is a
most responsible one and one that re
quires much time and trouble, and
he's full of life and will give diligent
application to the place. Mr. Dodge
is well known in the local field of
politics. His friends are delighted
over his good fortune. Dixie.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
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,
DR. J. HARRY WALTERS
Office Telephone 78
Residence Telephone 493
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
H. A. Waterman is southern agent
for the famous Kneeland and J. & M.
Edwin Swain. baritone, was the
assisting artist, and he sang glor gloriously.
iously. gloriously. Brooklyn Eagle.
If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer bargains in
Choice Properties : :
J. H. BRINSON
III! T 1 1 XJ 1 1 1 r XJ
Just to Let You Know a Few Things we Carry:
China, Crockery and Glassware.
Aluminum, Granite and Tinware.
Alcohol, Gasoline and Oil Stoves.
Everything in Kitchen Utensils.
Full line of Silverware and Cutlery.
A good line of Carpenter, Blacksmith,
Mason, and Shoe-maker Tools.
Flash-lights. Batteries and Electric Bulbs.
any reasonable: offer
We are determined that the summer months
shall be live ones and to accomplish this we are
going to give a new $375 piano each month to the
highest bidder, provided bid is as much as half of
the wholesale cost of the'piano. Think of getting
a magnificent piano for half of what we pay for it
by the carload! Call and see the piano. Also ex examine
amine examine our books and ascertain that we sell it for
$375. Then make your bid, and if same is bigger
than all others that will have been made on July
19th the piano is yours. Bid as soon as possible,
also as much as possible, as your chances to win are
thereby made better. In case of a tie in bids the
two contestants can simply meet at our store and
draw straws to see who shall have the piano, or full
credit for amount of the bid will be given each per person
son person on the purchase of a piano. Don't delay, but
write or bring us your offer at once.
This offer is positively on the level, as are all
propositions of this time honored house, and we re refer
fer refer you to any bank in Ocala or Florida as to our
Write for catalog of the piano we are giving
away, or better still, call and see the piano, and
don't fail to make your bid before July 19th.
"VUCHMUnOH OXLUTtATBIC OCX.
LUDDEN & BATES, Piano Co.
A. M. LANSFORD, Manager.
There will be a demonstration of
cattle dipping for the eradication of
the cattle tick given at the Ocala
Heights Dairy Tuesday morning at S
o'clock. It is given at this time o
the milch cows will be ready for the
usual morning milking. Dr. Curtis
of Anthony and Prof. Willoughby of
Gainesville will be present. All who
are interested are invited to be pres present.
ent. present. 7-lS-3t
For Cuts, Burns and Bruises
In every home there should be a
box of Bucklin's Arnica Salve, ready
to apply in every case of burns, cuts,
wounds or scalds. J. H. Polanco,
Delvalle, Tex., R. No. 2, writes:
'Bucklin's Arnica Salve saved my
little girl's foot. No one believed it
could be cured." The world's best
salve. Only 25c.
Tydings Sz Co.
Call up Phone 300 and Let as Give an Estimate cn Your
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save Yon Money on Any Work in Our Lines
A employ none bnt eprt vre are la ponltloa to guarantee ev
ery p!e-e of work vre roattrort to Mtand the Inspection of tbe moat
rljcld lnpertor. It rot nothlnjr to set onr ft Karen, and yoa arc tha
winner, nbether we secure the contract or not. Give as a trial.
H. W. TUCKER
KOKT KING BLOCK
Advertise in the DAILY STAR-It Pays
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and Germicide known. Will not injure
the daintiest fabric. Used with a spray
ONE SPRAY FREE WITH FIRST GALLON PURCHASED
Only one to a customer
Price Gallon $2.50. 1-2 Gallon $1.35. Quart 75c
For sale by Marion Hardware Co., O. K. Teapot Grocery Co., J. L.
Smith Grocery Co., Court Pharmacy, and others.
Fenole Stock Oip
For Live Stock, Poultry and Pets. KILLS Flies, Lice, Ticks and
Fleas, Mites, Bugs and Mosquitoes. CURES Sores, Eruptions and
all skin disease5?. These products are positively guaranteed if
used a3 directed and not satisfactory your money will be refunded.
Prices: Gallons, $1.50; Half Gallon, 90 cents, Quarts, 60 cents.
Manufactured exclusively by
FENOL CHEMICAL CO.
711 Franklin Street, Tampa, Fla.
This coupon is good, with. any 'dealer, for 25 cents towards
paying for the first gallon of FENOLE STOCK DIP.
ASIIUIIST GORKI) IJUISTOW'S OX
TALK-FEST ON THE TARIFF
Britov Had Been Willing to the j Begin With Speech of Senator Sim Sim-Very
Very Sim-Very Things for Which lie mons Ttnlay
Criticises Bryan Washington. Julv 10. With the
Washington, July 19. Secretary j suomission yesterday of the report j
Bryan's policy of lecturing in his va- j f majority members of the finance j
cation time involved the Senate in a j committee on the Underwood-Sim-j
bitter controversy yesterday. It be-imons tariff formal consideration
gan when Senator Bristow, ignoring !of the measure was begun in the sen-j
the defeat of his resolution directed j ate- DUt continued a few moments
at Mr. Bryan's action, insisted uponjonl-v because of the unavoidable ab-
bein heard in severe criticism of the
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Before the debate ended, charges
and counter-charges between sena senators
tors senators on the two sides of the chamber
had brought the Senate to a high
pitch of excitement. Senator Ashurat
produced an old letter of Senator
Bristow's. which indicated that Mr.
Bristow in 19 06 had been perfectly
sence ot senator Simmons of North
Carolina, detained on account of
death in his family.
Senator Simmons will inaugurate
the debate today with a speech set setting
ting setting forth the general views of the
democratic majority and the needs
for tariff revision. Senator Cummins
served notice he would speak on be-
half of the minority and he may fol
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing Investments.
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything p i
wish, on terms to suit.
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
Agent for a dozen of the best Fire Insurance companies In the
country. Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
I Will be Pleased to Care for your Business in Any of These Lines.
F. W. DITTO
willing to take a federal position and!low Senator Simmons this afternoon.
devote only part of his time to it.
QUICK WORK BV OFFICERS
Senators Smoot and Burton plan to
talk on Mondav.
A Perfect Water Supply for Your
BY USING A
PERRY FRESH WATER SYSTEM
A powerful direct pressure pump operated by com compressed
pressed compressed air from small storage tank. Econom Economical
ical Economical inasmuch as you get nearly three times as
much water as is gotten by systems using the
germ proof water storage tanks.
Let us explain more fully and give you an estimate
of the cost completely installed
OCALA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC C0...AGTS.
See our demonstration plant in operation.
Yesterday afternoon S. A. Moses
missed some gold coins from his
house in the second ward. The coins
amounted to $37.50 in mint value
and had been made into a necklace
and bracelet. He reported the loss to
the officers of city and county, and
suspicion fell on Dixie Gaulman, a
notorious young negro thief. Gaul Gaulman
man Gaulman was arrested by Chief of Police
A. J. Brigance and Deputy Sheriff C. j
Death of an Old Citizen Dr. Slauh-j
ter's Residence Struck by j
Levon, July IS. Mr. J. S. Waters
who was taken to Jacksonville sev several
eral several months ago for his health, died
there at the home of his son, last
Monday morning, of that dread dis-
i ease, consumption.
Sol Wommack, the colored man
and locked up in the wlin wfl? t;hrt in n rnw hero sunrlai-
This morning he wasimorning Dv Robert Duncan, died
put through a rigid examination and
confessed to the theft, and told where
the money was. All of it was recov recovered
ered recovered except one 32.50 piece, and the
young man was sent back to the
county jail. He will be given a pre preliminary
liminary preliminary hearing before Judge Win.
E. Smith on next Tuesday and will
doubtless he bound over to the grand
jury, as his offense constitutes srand
Y I larceny. Another young negro,
Mrs. T. K. Slaughter and the chil children
dren children came over from the lake Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning for a day with the doc doctor.
tor. doctor. Mrs. Slaughter reports a very
exciting experience with lightning
Wednesday night when a bolt struck
a tree near the corner of the cottage
they occupy, tearing off the casing
of one of the windows, and throwing
i it on Miss Ogle who was holding ihe
R. C. MUNCASTER
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY
Ocala House Block
most grown, by the name of Robert
Conroy, was implicated in the theft
Xjky Gaulman, and has also been ar ar-4'
4' ar-4' rested and is in jail. His hearing
will take place at the same time.
There was some excitement in Ox
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are in a position to
make some attractive prices on It. 'We are the only dealers
in this section pf the country that handle this brand of fence and
have demonstrated in the past that it is absolutely the best,
strongest fence on the market, and running it as we have in
competition with the many inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had some phenomenal sales on it and made many friends
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.
last Saturday over a game ot
ball. It seems that the Wild-
wood boys have been trying to lay
it o.er the Oxford boys in a ball
game, and after trying by them themselves
selves themselves for a time, and failed, employ employed
ed employed some of the expert players of Cole Coleman
man Coleman and crossed bats with the Ox Oxford
ford Oxford team again last Saturday. The
first inning resulted in a tie; they
played five more to see who was who,
and it resulted in favor of Oxford 5
to G. It was a very interesting game
and attracted an unusually large
crowd, and some of the far away
spectators was Mr. Z. C. Chambliss
and some of his friends of Ocala. Mr.
H. J. Nichols, of Wildwood and sev several
eral several from Coleman Bushnell Time.-.
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.
At the "meeting of the police com committee
mittee committee of the city council held yes yesterday
terday yesterday the charges against the sev several
eral several officers were withdrawn. It
seems that the charges that they ha habitually
bitually habitually loafed around the Seaboard
depot were, unfounded.
baby, and only for the chair would
have hurt them. The shoek Mrs.
Slaughter said, was something terri terrible.
ble. terrible. Mr. B. F. Carter has severed his
connection with the McGehee Lum Lumber
ber Lumber Co. as saw filer, and will soon
move his family from Levon. Mr.
Carter made many friends while
here and will be missed very much
as well as his estimable family.
Dr. H. A. Reeves of Inverness and
jone of the receivers for the McGehee
j Lumber Company, was a business
The many friends of that gifted
speaker, the man of God, Brother
Holcom, will learn with interest that
he has accepted the call to the pas pastorate
torate pastorate of the New Tabernacle Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church of Waycross, Ga.
Mr. J. I. Anderson has accepted a
position with the McGehee Lumber
Co., as track foreman, and entered
upon the discharge of his duties as
Mr. J. W. Turner is spending the
week end with his family in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mrs. W. A. McCoy and little son,
Madison, are visiting with relatives
in Eastman, Ga.,. and will be away
for several weeks.
OUTGOING MAILS CLOSE
A. C. L. NORTH 3:03 a.
12:45 P. m. SOUTH 6:10 a.
2:10 p. m.; 2:30 p. m.; 9 p. m.
S. A. L. NORTH 12:50 p.
4:10 p. m.; 9 p
p. m.; 9 p. m.
7 a. m.; 12:55 p. m.
STAR ROUTES Blitchton
Calvary 2 p. m.
m.. SOUTH 12:50
Will enre your Rheumatism
Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,
Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and
! Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in internally
ternally internally and externally. Price 25c.
There is more catarrh in this sec section
tion section of the country than all other dis diseases
eases diseases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incur incurable.
able. incurable. For a great many years doc doctors
tors doctors pronounced it a local disease
and prescribed local remedies, and
by constantly failing to cure with lo local
cal local treatment, pronounced it incura incurable.
ble. incurable. Science has proven catarrh to
be a constitutional disease and there therefore
fore therefore requires constitutional treat treatment.
ment. treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu manufactured
factured manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., To Toledo,
ledo, Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional
cure on the market. It is taken In Internally
ternally Internally in doses from 10 drops to a
teaspoonful. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer one hundred dol
lars, for any case it fails to cure
Send for circulars and testimonials.
Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo,
Ohio. Sold by drugstores. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipa constipation.
tion. constipation. Adv
Enjoy outdoor life without tan and
freckles. Rexall cold cream insures
your complexion. Get it at Gerig's
UESIKAHLE HOUSE? FOR KENT
Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a
new hotel? has all modern conven conveniences;
iences; conveniences; fronts on Ocean just south
of ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day
and upwards. Special rates by the
week or month. We make a special specialty
ty specialty of sea food dinners Thursday even evenings
ings evenings and Sunday noon. 6-23-tf
Tito large b dines In central lo location,
cation, location, Multable for residence or
boarding houes; one Jv-room and
ba.th, and one 8 rooms and bathf
either house will accommodate two
famlliex, and ire will rent to ult
tenants. Apply to D S. Woodk.-jr
or Elmer DeCamp. 5-26
of new goods keep our I
( stock in FRESH
in great variety.
The Store Accommodating."
PHONE 209. 1
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
may be avoided. Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem Remedy
edy Remedy can always be depended upon.
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
THE KIXG OF ALL LAXATIVES
For constipation, headaches, indi-
sgestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's
I New Life Pills. Paul Mathulka, of
; Buffalo. X. Y., says they are the
j 'king of all laxatives. They are a
'blessing to all my family and I al al-I
I al-I ways keep a bo: at home." Get a
ibox and get well. Price 23c. Rec Rec-!ommended
!ommended Rec-!ommended by Tydings & Co. Adv
II AM SCRIPT COVERS
An elegant line or sawyers' manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color ;hat could
be desired, just received at the Star
Try a DAILY STAR Want AdIt Pays
TO GET RID OF MOSQUITOES
You can Sleep. Fish. Hunt or attend to any work
without being worried by the biting or singing
of Mosquitoes, Sand-fiies, Gnats or other insects
by applying to the face, ears and hands, DR.
with every purchase of SI. 00
worth of other groceries
for cash on
Only one package of sugar
to a customer at this
rate on sale
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Allen's Foot-Ease, t he antiseptic powder. 1 1 re relieves
lieves relieves painful, emarting, tender, nervou a feet, and
instantly takes thestin? out of corns and bunions.
It's the neatest comfort discovery of the age.
Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight or new shoes feel
easy. It is a certain relief for sweating, callous,
swollen, tired, achingf eet. Always use i t to Break
in New shoes. Try it to-day. Sold everywhere, 25
Cts. t accept any tubttitute. For FREE trial
package address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, Y.
Do You Wear
MARIOX-DIW MASO"X;7 LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, P. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs
day evenings of each month at 7:30'
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
If you do they should always
he spotless and nicely pressed.
Pressing and cleaning is our
business. Call phone twenty-one.
Jake BroTvn, Secretary.
For soreness of the muscles,
whether induced by violent exercise
or injur, there is nothing better
than Chamberlain's Liniment. This
liniment also relieves rheumatic
pains. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
D0DS0N & RENTZ.
KXIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday a T:S0 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlsle
drug.-tore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins. C. C.
Cha. K. Sage. K. R Ad.
Xext to Ocala National Bank
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.
7-0-23 C. W. Hunter, i
To The Young
Women of Experience AdVise the Use
of Mother's Friend.
Ther Is a crrtaln degree of trepidation !fl
th1 minds of most women In regard to the
Bubjpcf of motherhood. The longing to
W. G. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND EUIIDER
Dy appivicg ine iacc, cars ann canus, ur. 0 pnv if
PORTER S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL. 25c. 1 u' "U-V 4U
Dysentery is always serious and
ofte na dangerous disease, but it can
be cured. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
cured it even when malignant and
epidemic. For sale by all dealers, ad
Tulula Loire No. 22, Independent
Order of OM Fellows, rr.eeis every
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock In
Yonee's Hall. Fort King ave. Visit
ors in the city invited to be with us.
L. F. Ballard, N G.
vT. L. Colburt, secretary. Ai.
possess Is oftpn contradicted by the Inher Inherent
ent Inherent fear of a period of distress.
But thfre dph! be no eucb dread In rl"?
of th" fact that we have a mot noble
rfmedr In what Is known as Mother's
Friend. This is an external application
tht has a wonderful influence and control
over the muscular tissues of the abdomen.
I!v it daily use the muscles." cords, t-ndona
and lit'sments all gently .expand without
t:e slightest strain: thre is no pain, no
taus-a. n. nervousness : what was dreaded
as a E'?T-re physical ordeal bcomfs a calm,
trne. joyful anticipation that has its lm lm-;ress
;ress lm-;ress such as our foremost teachers of
FT i iconics are strivin? to drill Into the
r.inds of the present pencation.
In a'most every comm'inity there are
women who have used Mother's Friend, and
t!.ev ar- the or.eg that recovered quickly,
c r.Wrvf d thHr health and strmrth to tans
rr-sid- over families destined by erery rule
cf phvsiuh.gy and th history of success success-f
f success-f i men and womn to repeat the story of
Motber'H Friend is prepared aftr the
f rrti'jla -f a nofd famllv doctor bv the
FradSHd Regulator Co., 13S Lamar Ii'.iLr..
.' 'lanta. r..
Write them for thir Instructive book to
exptant mothers. You will find Mother's
Fritid on sale by all dxux store at !l.Ui
THE OCAL.A EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1913
20 Salesladies 12 Cah Girl, 18
Salesmen, 4 Wrappers Come
GET IN THE GAME
Gairnie Called ToPay
And Lasts Until Saturday, August 2nd.
Rairoad fare returned to out cf
town people buying $20 or more,
within a radius of 30 miles.
20O Pair of Men's W. L. Douglass
Shoes, regular prices $3 to .$4, in
this sale at $1.75.
Fancy Figured Oil Cloth, just the
kind for the table, 23c. and 30c
the yard. Knock Out price... 19c
Great Reductions in Ladies Mus Muslin
lin Muslin Underwear, Petticoats, Gowns,
Drawers, Corset Covers, Chemise and
Great Reduction in Ladies' White
Lingerie Dresses. Must be seen to
appreciate the cut in prices.
22 pounds of sugar for $1 with a
purchase of $. or more.
Three Cans Tomatoes for 21c
Gold Dust Washing Powder, seven
boxes for 23c
Seven Bars of Lenox Soap for. .25c
Seven Bars of Export Soap for. .25c
Everything in Dry Goods Going at
Great Bargains. Remember the
Mosquito Nets, complete, values up
to $1.50. Knock Out price. . .97c
You Florida people have learned
to expect Big Values at our sales
you can come this time expecting
much more than before, and we will
give you even more than you expect.
Space will not permit us to men mention
tion mention all of the Great Bargains we
have to offer. Come see for your yourself.
self. yourself. Bring your friends.
Remember, nothing reserved,
Everything in our big store has been
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS AND SHOES, MEN, WOMEN AND
CHILDREN, YOU CAN'T AFFORD NOT TO ATTEND THIS MAMMOTH
SALE. "KNOCK-OUT" .MEANS EVERYTHING MUST GO REGARD REGARDLESS
LESS REGARDLESS OF FORMER PRICE. GOODS MUST BE SEEN TO APPRECIATE
Big Reduction in Children's Shoes and Dresses
Doors locked and store closed until Saturday at 9 a. m. to get ready
for KNOCK-OUT SALE and arranging everything for your quick inspec inspection
tion inspection putting everything out, nothing behind, all will be displayed. Easy
shopping, absolute satisfaction. Batter up; you're first. COME, KNOCK
A HOME RUN!
This mammoth KNOCK-OUT SALE will be the biggest economy
event ever planned and put before the people. We have nothing to re reserve.
serve. reserve. Our entire stock is put before the people, and must be sold. Come
to the store and see the large crowd. Store opens 9 a. m., Saturday, July
19th, 1913. Come; tell your friends to come.
The Greatest Sensation of the Year
ONE MILLION BARGAINS
You Will Wonder How We Do It
AT KNOCK-OUT PRICES !
One lot Men's Tailored Suits, values
up to $8, Knock Out Price. .$3.88
One lot Men's Tailored Suits, values
up to 15, Knock Out price $0.47
One lot of Men's Tailored Suits, val values
ues values up to 117.50, Knock Out
One lot Men's Tailored Suits, values
up to $25, Knock Out price, per
This includes our entire stock of
MEN'S ODD PANTS
One lot of Men's Pants, value up to
$2, Knock Out price 95c
One lot of Men's Pants, value up to
$3, Knock Out price $1.07
One lot of Men's Pants, value up to
$4, Knock Out price $2.07
One lot Men's Pants, value up to
$5.50, Knock Out price 3.88
Men's Checked Wash Pants, $1 val values,
ues, values, Knock Out price 72c
BOYS' ODD "PANTS
One lot value up to $1, Knock Out
One lot value up to $1.50, Knock Out
MEN'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS
50c values, Knock Out price 39c
Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers per
Men's B. V. D. Nainsook Short Draw Drawers
ers Drawers and Short Sleeve Undershirts,
50c values, Knock Out price per
Ladies' $3 Shoes will be given to the
first twenty-five ladies for. .$1.2.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
One lot very latest styles and pat pat-i
i pat-i terns, value $1, Knock Out price,
LADIES' WHITE WASH SKIRTS
Values up to $1.50, Knock Out price,
AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS
$1 and $1.50 values, Knock Out
(Continued from Page Five)
witn arrangements to be made. I will
Teserve the right of ownership and the
engagement of aeromen for the ma machines."
chines." machines." An enthusiastic "hurrah!" sounded
and after quiet was restored Napoleon
"The men captured on the Princess'
fleet are to be returned to their re respective
spective respective countries and tried as con conspirators
spirators conspirators against the world peace
committee and I have no doubt that
amicable relations will soon exist be
tween all the nations, j
"The United Republics of America J
is a monument to Freedom and Peace, j
These two conditions create satisfac- J
tion, wealth and advancement of such
character that we are nearer the Al
mighty, who created man in his own j
Napoleon was interrupted here by
an attendant, who slipped a small en
velope into his hand. It was ad- j
dressed to him in his mother's well well-known
known well-known handwriting. He tore it open,
ran through the lines and his face be became
came became radiant with happiness. He
waved his hand toward the waiting
audience and without another word
quickly left the hall.
His erratic actions would have
caused uneasiness if his face had not
been so expressive of happiness. He
had hardly reached the exit when the
representatives cheered once again.
He waved his hand in acknowledg acknowledgment
ment acknowledgment and dashed out.
He raced to the elevator that car carried
ried carried him to his aerodromone and in
a few minutes he was on the roof of
the Crystal Palace. He quickly de descended
scended descended to the apartment of Astra, his
His mother awaited him outside the
door; their embrace told much.
A minute later the great man, the
hero, the patriot, the inventor, was
kneeling at the bedside of a smiling,
happy mother, murmuring broken
phrases of joy at her well-being.
At the mother's request, with shak shaking
ing shaking hands in fear of hurting him, he
raised the little, kicking boy and, as
he kissed his son, he said with wel
"My son, thou shalt be a citizen of
a happier and more peaceful age."
There is little more to say.
That afternoon Napoleon looked
through the mail that had accumulat accumulated
ed accumulated and found Count von Werdenstein's
message addressed to Astra. He car carried
ried carried it, together with other urgent let letters,
ters, letters, to her. She asked him to read it
"Your Ladyship: My secret service
agents have informed me that the
Princess Schomburg Lithow is plan plan-nine
nine plan-nine to overthrow th oresent rwcuwa-
rui balance that exists all over the
"I was reared a man of arms and I
have been a believer in our glorious
traditions. It has taken a long time
for me to realize the blessings of
Equality, Liberty and Fraternity, but
J. have realized them at last.
i rr grei mac i nave not tne power
to crush the princess' conspiracy, for
which I, personally, am to blame. On
account of my inability to do this I
beg your ladyship to inform your hon honorable
orable honorable husband of the contents of this
letter. He is the only one who can
check the uprising, and I hope this
will find him prepared.
"For the future, I intend to do all
I can to make the coming generation
a better and more contented one. I
intend to try to follow the example
set by the man whom I now appre appreciate.
ciate. appreciate. "In the hope that my warning will
reach you in good time and will be of
service to your ladyship, I remain.
j with sincere regards,
j "VON WERDENSTEIN."
j "I am glad that a man like the
i count has seen the light," wa3 Napo
leon's simple comment when he had
j finished reading the letter.
Astra's eyes rested lovingly on Na Napoleon,
poleon, Napoleon, then wandered over to the
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