00ALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1913
Oil THE VAY TO ATLANTA; STOCK IS TOO SHOOT CLARK REAFFIRMS THE
FLORIDA'S STAPLE CROPS
SUPERIORITY OF THE CAUCASIAN
Tin- Mumoe-Rridges Auto Party Ve ()nly Have Sevtn numi,e(1 Tov.
Found Varied Roads ami Many j lx,(ws Ahead for Possible
interesting Scenes r,
Atlanta, Ga., July
orseryations of a tampa traveling max who is wish to
the indications of agriculture
Washington, July 2 6. Discovery
Oeala Saturday morning, July 19th, 1 that the torpedo boat flotilla?, in case DECLARES THAT THE MAINTENANCE OF THE WHITE MAX'S
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MIDDLE NAME WILL DE MAIZE
Florida Fanners Seem to lie Work Working
ing Working to Put Their State Alongside
Kansas at the Front.
Tampa, July 26. Florida, long
known as the orange state, will soon
yield its single cognomen and take
in a middle initial. That initial, ac according
cording according to W. B. Coarsey, one of the
best posted agricultural men in the
state, will be a big capital "C,"
standing for "Corn."
Mr. Coarsey, who is secretary secretary-treasurer
treasurer secretary-treasurer of the Gulf Fertilizer Com Company,
pany, Company, spends the greater part of his
time traveling throughout the agri agricultural
cultural agricultural regions of the state.
During the past two months he has
traveled nearly every by-way in the
peninsular portion of the state.
"I have never seen such enthus enthusiasm
iasm enthusiasm on the part of Florida farmers
for a specific crop since I have been
in the fertilizer business,'' said Mr.
Coarsey in discussing the corn crop of
the state. "Everywhere the farmers
are planting corn, and good corn,
Acreage is Immense
Mr. Coarsey stated that, to his
casual observation, the acreage plant planted
ed planted in corn this year is nearly double
that which he has noticed in the past
The planters are picking their soil
well and fertilizing heavily, with the
result that the yield will be the larg largest
est largest and one of the best, in quality, in
the history of the state.
The crops in DeSoto county seem
to give most promise just now, espe especially
cially especially in the vicinity of Wauchula,
where there is hardly a trucker or
planter who is not devoting some part
of his acres to the staple crop of the
nation. Orange county also has some
splendid tracts of corn, as has Os Osceola.
ceola. Osceola. "In fact," said Mr. Coarsey, "wher "wherever
ever "wherever I have looked out of a train win window
dow window or gazed over the country from
the seat of an open wagon, corn and
then more corn has caught my eye."
When asked regarding the orange
prospects, Mr. Coarsey stated that
the outlook was never brighter at
this time of the year. "The crop
should be a banner one," he said.
Grapefruit crops will be short, he
stated, but the quality will be excel excellent.
lent. excellent. The trucker and farmer of Florida
is beginning to come into his own,
and the prospects for the coming
winter season were never brighter in
every line of planting.
The demand for Florida's winter
truck is increasing yearly, and the
question is to meet this demand.
C( X SO L I D ATE D COM PA X V
REATEX IX THE COURTS
Independent Orlando Grocer Won
Over a Rig Combination
o'clock, with a moderate 'of war, "would virtually be useless
amount of baggage, having sent our; after they had discharged Too tor tor-heavy
heavy tor-heavy baggage forward by express. pedoes, has aroused Representative
The road to Reddick, we found bad-1 Britten, of Illinois, republican mem mem-ly
ly mem-ly blocked with fallen trees from thelber of the House naval affairs com com-storm
storm com-storm of the day before. Found it'mittee. That number of torpedoes,
necessary to make several detours, j according to Mr. Britten, is the sole
otherwise the road to Gainesville stock on hand in the United States
was in very good condition. From navy and the two factories can turn
Gainesville to Alachua, 18 miles, we out only a limited number of them
found that the county
had just completed a
authorities (each year,
new road! -jr. Britten announces his inten-
stopped for dinner and a rest. Thence 0f tne naval torpedo plant at Xew-
which was heavy from the rain of j tion Qf introducing a bill
the day before. At this point we ating $400,1)00 to double tl
. (Jacksonville Metropolis, 2 5th)
Judgment in the case of Hammond
vs. Consolidated Grocery Company
et al, was satisfied of record in the
clerk's office of the U. S. court to today.
day. today. The amount of the judgment was:
Damages and interest, $10,093.33;
attorney's fees allowed by the court,
$7,500; court costs, $679.54.
This famous case has been in court
for six years and has been tried
three times. Twice it was appealed
and remanded for new trial. The last
trial was appealed' by formal notice
of intention, but the appeal was
John T. Hammond sued the Con Consolidated
solidated Consolidated Grocery Co., et al, for dam damages,
ages, damages, aeging that defendants were
an unlawful combination in restraint
of trade, and that it had wrongfully
put him out of business as a mer merchant
chant merchant in Orlando.
The first verdict obtained by the
plaintiff was for $25,000. The second
was for $1, while the last, for $10,-
000, is said to have been a corapro-!
mise verdict, some jurors, it is alleg alleged,
ed, alleged, standing out for $100,000 dam damages
ages damages for plaintiff.
we proceeded via High Springs to
Lake City, 34 miles, by what is
known as the Natural Bridge route,
crossing the Santa Fe river on the
way. This road is somewhat sandy
in places though entirely safe. From
Lake City to Live Oak, 23 miles, we
found the road very heavy in places!
with crooked ruts. We stopped at
Live Oak over night, having made
The next day, Sunday, we traveled
to Albany, Ga., 137 miles, through
Brooks, Sumter and Thomas coun counties,
ties, counties, stopping at Thomasville for
dinner. The roads for three quarters
of the way were magnificent, it be being
ing being possible to travel at a good rate
of speed for miles at a time.
In Georgia, the state convicts are
used by the county authorities for
the building and repair of the high highway,
way, highway, and the work is generally well
done. We passed through Madison,
port, R. 1.
PRACTICAL ANSWER TO PRAYER
ist has been taking the deposition of
friends who knew him when he first
met Lucy Byrne in Chicago.
WISE OLD WOODWARD
Declares that Prescribing Feminine
Fashions is Xot a Police Duty
Atlanta, Ga., July 2 6. Miss Flos Flossie
sie Flossie Blossom, or whatever her name
was, who startled the natives of
JAP DIGNITY WILL BE JOLTED
If the Florida Congressman's Very
Timely and Necessary Resolution
Washington, July 26. In the face
of the strained situation in Mexico,
a concurrent resolution strongly re reaffirming
affirming reaffirming the Monroe Doctrine, was
introduced in the House yesterday by
Representative Clark, of Florida.
Missionary's Petition Reformed an
Erring Woman and Drought
Them Much Money
Chicago, July 26 David S. K.
Byrne, a Pittsburg evangelist, has
arrived in Chicago to establish his
identity under the terms of a will
that will make him a rich man. The
legacy is given him because his pray prayer
er prayer in the rear of a Chicago saloon six
years ago helped restore a wayward
Baltimore girl to her family.
The girl told the evangelist her
name was Lucy Byrne and that her
father was a well-to-do resident of
Baltimore. The two had a long talk.
At its close the girl assured the. evan evangelist
gelist evangelist that she would go home. A
Richmond with a skirt slit notwiselv.
but too well, can come to Atlanta if!The resolution which was referred to
she wants to.
Quitman, Thomasville' and Camilla, few weeks later he received a letter
all thriving and attractive towns. I
have been very much impressed by
the signs of prosperity and comfor comfortable
table comfortable living along our line of travel,
from her father telling of his grati
tude, and stating his desire to support
the evangelist in his work.
"Help other women as you have
Mayor Woodward has declared
that he doesn't believe it one of the
functions of municipal government
to tell women how to dress, and that
as long as there is no absolute inde indecency,
cency, indecency, he proposes to leave it to the
women themselves as to how their
skirts shall be slashed and how thin
the material shall be.
"If a woman wants to wear a
slashed gown, it may be foolish on
her part," the mayor is quoted as
saying, "and I don't think it is any
business of the police to interfere."
ORDER WILL RE ISSUED
as compared with the condition of! helped my girl," wrote the father
the country when I came south in
The next day, Monday, we trav traveled
eled traveled S3 miles to Fort Valley. Hither Hitherto
to Hitherto we had been very fortunate in
that we had had dry weather; now
our luck changed, for we ran into a
series of thunderstorms which
"and I will stand by you. And be because
cause because I feel so towards you I ask that
you change your name to Byrne."
Complying with the request the
evangelist changed his name from
David S. Kidd to David S. K. Byrne.
Lucy Byrne died a few years after
her return to Baltimore. The evan-
changed the road bed in Places cont5nue(1 to hear from her
On August 13 Increasing the Scope
of the Parcel Post
Washington, July 2 6. Postmas Postmaster
ter Postmaster General Burleson announces that
he will issue the final orders put putting
ting putting the changes in parcel post rates
in effect August 15.
The announcement came after the
wisdom of making the changes had
been subjected to a searching review review-before
before review-before the Senate postoffice commit committee
tee committee in the presence of the pastmaster
I Chairman Clark, of the Interstate
i Commerce Commission,
the foreign affairs committee, was di
rected particularly against "people
with whom the Caucasian cannot,
and will not, assimilate."
"We hereby reaffirm what is
known as the 'Monroe Doctrine' In
each and every essential," the reso-
lution read, "and declare our unfal unfaltering
tering unfaltering allegiance thereto."
"In reaffirming the 'Monroe Doc Doctrine,'
trine,' Doctrine,' concludes the resolution,
"vc do so with the earnest desire tc
maintain peace and friendly relations
with every nation upon earth, but we
cannot permit the further extension
of any colonization systems of Euro Euro-peon
peon Euro-peon nations upon the territory of
this hemisphere, and particularly
shall be object to such colonization
by peoples with whom the Caucasian
cannot and will not assimilate."
HADN'T ENOUGH HARMONY"
Chicago's Famous Female School
Superintendent Has Resigned
Chicago, July 26. Mrs. Ella Flagg.
Young, superintendent of public public-schools
schools public-schools in Chicago since 1909, an announces
nounces announces her resignation. Mrs. Young,
gave no reason, but said her inten intention
tion intention had been known for some time
to members of the board of educa-
"The manly part is to do with
might and main what we can do"
Emerson. We are "manly tailors."
Todd & Co. Xo fit no pay. 7-24-3t
into a sea of mud.
i father and a few weeks ago he learn-
Fort Valley is located in the cen-j
ter of the peach growing district.
This year the crop is short but re-:
turns have" been correspondingly;
high. The corn crop is very fine. I
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
ed the father was dead. Then he was
informed that a large legacy had
been left him out of the Byrne estate,
and that he was to be one of the ex
ecutors of the will. He was asked to
i prove his identity.
For the last few days the evangel-
explaining tion. Lack of harmony between Mrs.
why the commission had sanctioned j Young and the board is said to be
the proposed changes, said he believ-jthe cause.
ed the postmaster general had ample j Mrs. Young is 68 years old. She
power under the law to make the has been a school teacher since 1862,
changes. and is one of the most prominent
"I am convinced that the postof-; women educators in the United
fice department ought to, can and I States. Her appointment as sup sup-will
will sup-will extend the parcels post until it erintendent of the Chicago schools at
will carry all packages up to 100 Ian annual salary of $10,000 was a
pounds," he added. 'sensation at the time.
THE NUT CLUB Our Members Love to Work, Sometimes. c.Vnh.$J$&S
Why Pay More ?
Why ;Pay More ?
We have 200 Pairs of High Grade Men's Shoes in Tan, Gun Metal and Patent Leather, Oxfords and High Tops.
Keith's Konqueror, Dorsch and Bostonians
S.fsO and S4 Values fXH
3.SO arid S4 Values
We Have a Store Full of Bargains and Promise to Give You More for Vmir Money. r Your Money Rack.
! OCALA OCCURRENCES I
K. of P. meet Monday evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
Moose, meet Thursday evening.
Buttermilk at Geng s Drugstore, tf
The reading of our advertisements
w ill be found interesting as well as
Communicate with us for clever
clothes. Todd & Company. No fit
no pay. 7-24-3t
Mr. Charles Fishel and Mr. R. L.
Tucker will spend Sunday with
friends on Lake Weir.
Bouquet Jeanice, a new perfume, i
just in, $1 an ounce. Gerig's drug
Mr. Edward Green spent today in
the city, motoring up from Lake i
Weir early this morning.
Fill the vacant srices in your
crockery line while the low prices
are on at The Murray Co. 7-24-3t
Mr. T. G. Cranford, the saw mill J
man of western Marion county, is a
business visitor in the city today.
Use Dike's Peroxide Cream to re remove
move remove tan, freckles and sunburn dur during
ing during this warm weather. The Court
Mr. C. R. Kreger received news to
day of the severe illness of hisj
mother in Jacksonville, and left for
'her bedside on the Seaboard limited.
Enjoy outdoor life without tan and
freckles. Rexall cold cream insures
your complexion. Get it at Gerig's
f ? TnViTt T-T nrnnbc ic y a rr vorin or
slowly from the effects of a fall he'
received a few days ago when cros crossing
sing crossing the hall at his residence.
Quite an interesting meeting was!
held yesterday morning by the ves-
try of Grace Episcopal church to dis discuss
cuss discuss changes and improvements to
be made on the rectory. It was unan-
We will put on sale about 200 LADIES' WAISTS
that formerly sold from 98c to $4.98 at
In this lot you will find Silk4 Messaline, Net, Linge Lingerie,
rie, Lingerie, Lawn and numerous other materials in waists.
Of course, the sizes are broken, but if you do find
your size, you will buy the biggest bargain ever
offered in this line before. LOOK AT THE
WINDOW. Sale Begins Monday at 9 o'clock.
imously decided to have all neces necessary
sary necessary work done at once, Messrs. Mc Mc-Iver
Iver Mc-Iver & MacKay being given the con contract.
tract. contract. It is hoied the work will be
completed by the first of November.
The new rector, Rev. J. G. Glass and
family expect to come to Ocala
about the middle of November to re reside.
side. reside. Don't fail to see the display of cut
glass by The Murray Co., the latest
designs and cuttings. All at low
Mr. A. M. Steele, of Atlanta, one
of the best known millinery salesmen
traveling this territory, was regis registered
tered registered at the Ocala House today.
Rexall disappearing skin cream is
a non-oily preparation for making
the skin eoft and beautiful. Gerig's
drug stores. 7-25-tf
Mr. A. A. Langhorne, a prominent
hotel man of Gainesville, was a vis visitor
itor visitor in the city yesterday and today,
stopping at the Ocala House. His
son, Mr. A. A. Langhorne, Jr., a most
popular young man, is a recent ac acquisition
quisition acquisition to the staff of the Ocala
House, occupying the position of
Are you going away? Then let us
fit you up with a trunk or bag. H.
B. Masters Co. 6-30-lm
We have for sale several slightly
used vehicles which we will sell at
bargain prices. Two top buggies
one rubber and one steel tired; two
surries, one rubber and one steel
tired. These are in good shape and
ready for immediate use. Anyone. in
need of them will find them real bar bargains
gains bargains at the prices. Call and see
them at our stables on South Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street.
Tompkins & Cobb,
THK OCA LA EVENING STAR,
The band concert was fine 1'
night, and well attended, but the
bandsmen complain that the children
romping around the bandstand made
so much noise that it was with reat
difficulty they could follow heir
notes. The noise the children niake
while the band is playing, tho in inaudible
audible inaudible to people a few yards awJy
comes right up to the bandsmen and
confuses them. Of course, everybody
wants the kids to have a good time,
but if there was no music there
wouldn't be a good time for any anybody,
body, anybody, and the concert may be cut
short some evening by the bandsmen
leaving the stand in the middle of a
piece. Why can't people either keep
the little folks quiet, or what would
be better, send them to play on the
grass on another part of the square.
We have never doubted the fact
that "he who serves best, profits
most." Todd & Company. No fit
no pay. 7-24-3t
Mr. W. W. Harriss came in this
afternoon from Jacksonville in his
new Ford automobile. He made the
trip by way of Gainesville without
the slightest trouble, and is receiv receiving
ing receiving the congratulations of his friends
on his first auto tour alone.
Heed the good advice of a friend.
Let Todd & Co. clean and press your
clothes. No clean no pay 7-24-3t
Mr. E. M. Rhodes of Jacksonville
was in. town today on his way to
Lakeland, where he will have a posi position
tion position with a garage. Mr. Rhodes' par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Rhodes, re recently
cently recently moved from Levon to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, and Mr. E. M. Rhodes was for
some time with the Florida Auto
Sales Co. of this city.
See the initial correspondence
cards at-The "Murray Company. Neat Neatest,
est, Neatest, ..Wtest and best designs. 7-24-3t
As the Star reporter stood on the
corner of the Ocalal National Bank
yesterday afternoon the wind blew
from the southeast jand he sniffed a
familiar smell. Following it up, he
found the first guavas of the season
Mrs. R. J. Whittington and child children
ren children arrived here from Ocala Saturday
morning on a visit to the former's
husband, and returned Sunday night.
While here they were the guests of
Mrs. Whittington's sister. Mrs. E. A.
Smith. Inverness Chronicle.
SATITIHAV. JULY 20, 1913
Mr. VY. D. Cam and his two soils.
who have been scouring the northern
part of the state for the past two
weeks, gathering together seed fori
field croi'S.Svm return home the mid-J other central point in the state. -die
of next witekThey are traveling Manatee Record.
in an automi
and have been vis-
1 1 1 n j
Mr. Cam's old home near
Thomasville, Ga., for some davs.
in need ot anythinrin the
way of iffkntjth-a-Ct5urt Pharra-!
acy. ah colors
i ti i
"Buckshot" Williams, the man
J who two years ago gave up pulling
the bell ,corfl on the Homosssa J
fshort" to 4mter into the mbre
healthful and more remunerative vo-J
cation of farming, came in from Mar-!
tel today on business
The beautiful -musicrou heard at j
the Temple Tuesday night can be had;
Call and hear
Too great haste leads to error
Take time and select the man whoi
will serve you best. Todd & Co. No
fit no pay. 7-24-3t
20c per lb.
We are carrying a very com complete
plete complete stock of Frank E.
Block's Crackers and Cakes
in bulk and packages.
All 10c packages 3 for 25 cts,
all 5c packages 6 for 25 cts.
There is none better than
in stocK at
' As a matter of fact, but with no
: intention o raising the question, we,
do really think that the state capital
should 1,e removed to. Ocala or some
Mr. J. II. Spencer returned this
afternoon from Flint, Mich., where
he has, been at the Buick factories
j for the past several weeks, studying
the new models and perfecting the
all j arrangements for the Ocala Gas En En-J
J En-J gine Company's 114 contract with
j the Buick ieoi'le. Mr. Spencer will
! soon have some of the new models
- among them this year being a six
Rollie Keating of Ocala, one of
(Marion county's best known business
men, is in the city today on a busi-
ness mission, arriving last night and
regstering at the Hillsboro. He has
a iarep number of friends and ac-
quaintances in Tampa and he will
spend a great part of today meeting
them. Tampa Tribune.
Messrs. Mclver & MacKay have
been receiving a great many new
goods of late. Among them a car carload
load carload each of Acme plaster, Portland
cement, coal. Studebaker wagons,
etc. The firm has been taking stock
also, which is a big job with them.
Mr. W. B. Dale, representing the
milling firm of Ballard & Ballard, of
Louisville, Ky., manufacturers of the
well-known Obelisk flour, was a bus business
iness business visitor in the city today. Mr.
Dale reports business exceptionally
sood in his line.
Mr. B. D. Blackburn, with C. B.
Witt & Co., Tampa, wholesale groc grocers,
ers, grocers, was calling on the trade in Ocala
Mr. E. C. Buechler, manager of the
Anthony Farm, is a visitor in the
city today. He reports everything on
the place moving along fine, and
says his silo is rapidly nearing com completion.
pletion. completion. If there is anything that
will add to the efficiency of a farm
Mr. Buechler is not slow to adopt it,
as is proven by the excellent condi condition
tion condition of everything on his place.
The Strauss restaurant has been
leased by Mrs. Will Lee, who will in
future give the place her personal at attention.
tention. attention. Mrs. Lee's many years ex experience
perience experience in this line of business as assures
sures assures the success of the Strauss cafe.
AT Till' xi."iii.i.' tiiic in-rvivn
4 T -A- M A 3.$ M. 111,7 li W A
The following 'splendid program
will be rendered at the Temple thea theater
ter theater tonight. Just take a look at the
program and see if you don't like it:
Rival Salesmen A comedy by the
A Splendid Scrape Grace An Ed Edison
ison Edison drame.
The Stronger Sex Another beau beautiful
tiful beautiful drama by the Vitagraph Com Company.
pany. Company. Dollar Down and Dollar a Week
A Selig comedy.
Love the Winner Drama.
Mr. Charles Fox of Jacksonville,
formerly of this city, is in town for
a few days demonstrating Puncture
Cure for automobile tires. Mr. Fox
has been with the Ford Motor Car
Co. in Jacksonville for some time,
but on account of the inability of the
factory to ship cars, he has not been
able to do anything for some time.
Mr. J. F. Jenkins will go to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville tonight and sail tomorrow
on the Clyde Line,Lenape for New
York, on the first vacation that he
has taken in many years. Mr. Jen Jenkins
kins Jenkins says he will not think of bus business
iness business while he is gone, will have no
address and does not know where he
will go from there. He may go to
Europe, San Francisco or may spend
most of his time in the Adjrondac
mountains. He will return about the
first of September.
Mr. G. A. Carmichael left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Hot Springs, where he will
spend a month taking the baths and
W, G, BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA, FLA.
The vacation season la just begin beginning
ning beginning and those in need of Trunks
should call and see our prices.
The Furniture Men
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1913
"311 "I 1
lvia Jam, begirt Jb-f&tire and TUveV apain
Clg with, Me. tmfttir. -&-ac&e.i nttfu&i irM
fit. WAS K
Just plain, common horse-sense ought to teach
every man that Franklin was absolutely right, just
as sure as two and two make four. Creditors cannot
insult you, nor can Want press you if you have pre prepared
pared prepared for them by having something in the bank; be besides,
sides, besides, your money is SAFE in the bank, not only from
fire or burglars, but from your own extravagance.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest n Savings Accounts
M Iff m hmZtMtifrt
Dr. Woods Hutchinson, the Famous
ICE IS YOUR HEALTH GUARDIAN. YOUR BEST
FRIEND IN HOT WEATHER.
OUR ICE IS CHEAP ENOUGH FOR EVERYBODY
TO HAVE PLENTY OF IT.
OCALA ICE &,
Talk about the greatest necessity ir the world
it's a bath room. If you have one, you know it. If
you haven't one, you know it. We've got the right
stuff to build you a bath room right. The price is
right. Come right to us; we'll treat ou right.
Lv. Union Deiot, Palatka 5:
Lv. Lake Butler
The train leaving Jacksonville at 9:00. a. m. will be a special train
of Pullmans and Coaches, and reservations can be made in advance. The
train from Palatka, Hampton and Lake Butler is the regular train. All
tickets are good to return on any regular train until and including Sun Sunday
day Sunday night Aug 10, 1913.
J. IT. IIAFFTERY, I). P. A., 16 Hogan St.. Jacksonville, Fla.
1.. II Nil .1. HI
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& Florida R. R.
AUGUST 5, 1913.
35 a. in. $2.50
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CICALA'S CHAUTAUQUA WILL
HE AN ELABORATE AFFAIR I
Hates Have Ileen Set for .March 4-13.!
Many Splendid Attractions
As already announced, this city is
to have one of the greatest ten-day
chautauquas ever presented in the
south. During the past several
weeks, Dr. George Selden Waldo,
manager of the Christian Culture In Institution,
stitution, Institution, who has the management
of the Chautauqua in hand, has been
hard at work over the program, de
termined to make it the biggest and
best chautauqua Florida has seen.
This great chautauqua means much
for our community, and at this time
of the year when many of us have
our minds full of our summer vaca vacations
tions vacations and much time to give to the
planning for the coming winter sea
son, it might be well to give a few
thoughts to the exceptional treat
that is to come to us in the spring.
There has been during the past
forty years no movement of wider wider-spread
spread wider-spread than the chautauqua move
ment and no institution which has
brought greater inspiration and up
lift into communities than the chau chautauqua.
tauqua. chautauqua. Thousands of towns all over
the United States, seeing the value
of the chautauqua, have established
courses and are continuing them
from year to year, yet there are many
people yet unfamiliar with the move movement
ment movement and many totally ignorant as
to the meaning of the word.
Our city is to have a chautauqua
of the genuine kind, patterned after
the mother chautauqua at Chautau Chautauqua,
qua, Chautauqua, X. Y., so let us prepare for the
great event, become familiar with
the work and begin right now to
boost" it and join with our fellow
citizens in making it a great and
glorious success. Let us all get the
chautauqua idea. Let it permeate
our minds; let's talk it to our
neighbor, write it to our friends. In
short, lets get the chautauqua idea.
We have established the chautauqua
in our home town. We have joined
ranks with other progressive citie
of our state. We have allied ou
selves with an institution that is
ing to accomplish wonders in m
ing our town a better town, our citi
zens better citizens. i
There was a time when manyfof
our fellow citizens could only rfad
of the great statesmen, oratdrs,
preachers, singers, musicians and ten-
tertainers and could rarelv seel or
hear them without taking long pil
grimages. By means of the chaumu-
qua, me Desi ana tne greatest
will be brought at the cost of a few
pennies a day to our very doors. The
chatuauqua idea is one of the great greatest
est greatest moral and educational forces in
Great reforms that have recently
swept over our country are largely
traceable to the chautauqua when
strong men have spoken freely and
fearlessly and millions of people
who have gathered at these annual
meetings to listen to them have had
their conscience so awakened that
they have demanded that those in
authority should institute reforms:
The chautauqua movement is thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly undenominational and non non-political
political non-political and people of all creeds and
parties commingle. The chautauqua
is organized on high grounds and has
high aims. It appeals to the thought thoughtful
ful thoughtful and the cultured and seeks to dis displace
place displace some forms of amusement that
are unworthy and fraught with dan danger.
ger. danger. More and more in these strenuous
days people feel the need of a vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. Earnest people are hardly
willing to waste time in a vacation
which does not bring them a little
intellectual uplift; hence the phe phenomenal
nomenal phenomenal growth of the chautauqua
movement. A chautauqua is a ben benediction
ediction benediction to any community in which
it abides. It appeals in its varied
programs to both old and young and
is certain to cultivate high ideals of
living and thought. The coming
program is one of the strongest ever
presented. There appear lecturers
of national fame; singers from the
greatest opera companies, celebrated
orchestras and bands; famed enter entertainers
tainers entertainers and humorists; noted Bible
teachers, orators, scientists, etc. Hol Holders
ders Holders of season tickets hear for a few
cents great lecturers, concerts and
other entertainments which would
ordinarily cost them not less than
fifty cents to two dollars and in some
cases of your own chautauqua as
high as five dollars. Every right right-minded
minded right-minded citizen should give his loyal
support to this great chautauqua.
Later on the program will be pre presented
sented presented through these columns in full.
It can be mentioned here, however,
that among the great attractions to
appear on our program will be the
celebrated Bertha Wooden Ladies
Orchestra, the famous Rogers Goshen
Band, Signore and Madams Stassio
Berini, Signor Berini from the Met Metropolitan
ropolitan Metropolitan Grand Opera Company,
Mme. Berini from the Savage Eng Eng-ligh
ligh Eng-ligh Opera Companies, the noted
Romley Male Quartet, Dr. Russell H.j
Conwell, Dr. Byron W. King, presi- j
dent of the Pittsburg School of Ora-j
tory. Mohamad Ali, the noted Hin-j
doo. Dr. Geo. P. Bible, president Na-i
tional School of Oratory, Miss Gay!
Zenola MacLaren, America's greatest i
interpreter of great plays. Dr. Caro-
lyn Geisel, the celebrated health ex-
pert from Battle Creek Sanitarium. j
A'rs. Mabel Quam Stevens, the evan-;
delist .and Oriental traveler, Hal Mer- j
ton, the famous niasieian. Edmund!
Vance Cooke, the poet and author ;
Lydia W. Loekling. writer of child's!
verse and stories and many other j
vvell known artists. j
Let us prepare now for our cbau-i
tauqua. Lets get the chautauqua :
idea. It is our chautauqua, for the
good of our town. So let's boost.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary. I
two weeks exc;a(;emext
FOi: THE OCALA TEAM
Manager Hunter this morning re
ceived a telegram from Clearwater
asking for an engagement of two
weeks from August 4 to 16 for the
Ocala baseball team. This shows
what a rep. our boys are building in
state baseball circles.
FOR MR. HOLLER
The funeral of Mr. L. E. Boiler
took place yesterday afternoon at 5
o'clock from the Presbyterian church.
Quite a large number of friends and
acquaintances attended to pay a last
tribute of respect. Rev. W. H. Dodge,
the pastor, read the funeral services
and offered a touching, prayer. The
church choir sang two very sweet
and appropriate hymns, and the cas
ket was carried out to the hearse
and from the church to Greenwood
cemetery, where the services were
concluded and the body laid to rest.
Mr. D. E. Mclver and Mr. C. V. Rob Roberts
erts Roberts conducted the funeral. Friends
brought and sent many lovely flowers
to. the undertaking parlors of Mclver
& MacKay, where the body had been
and to the church and grave.
S.V310& (JT H OM A S
Mr. John McL. Thomas received ax
telegram this afternoon from a
brother in Norfolk, Va., announcing
the death of bs father, Mr. Samuel
J. Thomas, inthat city at 1 1 o'clock
Mr. Thonyis wal among the set settlers
tlers settlers in thiscount: who came to this
section abojrwemy-eight years ago
He purchased the property at the
head of Blue Spriigs run now known
as Juliette, and was instrumental in
He left the state
bout three years later. At that time
Blue Springs was quite a resort and
a short time later a fine hotel was
constructed on the property, which
later was burned. He was 74 years
old, and a native of Portsmouth,
Va., from which city he enlisted in
the Confederate army as captain of
a Norfolk company, and served
throughout the civil war.
Besides Mr. Thomas of this city
there are two survivors of the family,
Mr. J. Stirling Thomas of Norfolk,
and Mrs. Smoot, wife of Lieut. W. H.
Smoot, U. S. X.
TO MY FRIENDS AXI) THE PUBLIC
1 have severed my connection with
the Ocala Plumbing and Electric Co.,
and opened up for myself. I have
bought out Mr. R. E. Yont;e's plumb
ing 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 Xo. 3S8 (Mr. Yonge's
tin shop), or Xo. 233, 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 o remain.
7-17-tf J. W. Akin.
Tuluia Lodge No. 22. Independent
Orier of Oil Fellows, meets every
I Tuesday evening at S o'clock in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Vis-j
j Vis-j itors in the city invited to be with us.
G. L. Taylor, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.
otoitniY i.oDnn r. r. ov
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each"
month Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Pasre. Secretary Ad.
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UAIKJAIX IX I1U1LDIXG LOTS
Two of the choicest corner lots in
the Seymour residential addition,
across the street from Mr. McConn's
home; also a fine factory or ware
house site across the street, east,
from Teuton's store, Xorth Magnolia
street, with A. C. L. railway on rear.
Will sell either or both at big bar
gain and easy payments. Apply at
Star office or to R. R. Carroll, tf
DR. J. HARRY .YALTER9
Office Telephone 78
Residence Telephone 495
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
OUTGOING M1AILS CLOSE
A. C. L. XORTH 5:05 a. m.;
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a. m.;
2:10 p. m.; 2:30 p. m.; 9 p. m.
V S. A. L. XORTH 12:50 p. m.;
:10 p. m.; 9 p. m.. SOUTH 12:50
p m.; 9 p. m.
0CALA NORTHERN XORTH
7 a. m.; 12:55 p. m.
STAR ROUTES Blitchton
Calvary 2 p. m.
n elegant line of iawyers' manu
script covers, in any color that could
bf desired, just received at the Star
DR. W. K. IANE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
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
FOR SALE 1913 4hp. Indian
rnctcreyele. Cheap for cash. H. S.
FOR SALE 1913 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. 7-18-tf
AUTO CURTAINS LOST Lost on
Thursday night, July 17th, between
Belleview and Ocala, roll 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
FOR SALE 110-gallon oil tank;
used only several months and is as
good as new; sold by the Standard
Oil Co., and cost $05 ; will sell for
$4 3. Arply Marion Furniture Co.,
or P. J. Theus,, Ocala. Fla. 7-21-6t
FOUND A pair of long white kid
gloves at Temple theater Tuesday
evening. Owner can have same by
calling at this office and paying ad advertising
vertising advertising expense. 7-25-3t
FOR SALE 330 acres cutover
pine land with railroad siding, shan shanties
ties shanties and good well of water; good for
vegetables and vine growing; price
$10 per acre; three miles from Dun Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. For information write J. G.
Raskin, Dunnellon, Fla. 7-22-lm
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Five or six doses will break any case, an ;
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will nc
re'urn. It acts on the liver better thai
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25
TO THE CITIZENS OF OCALA
The State Board of Health In order
to place Ocala In the registration dis district,
trict, district, demands that all deaths and
births be reported promptly to the
city clerk. Doctors, mid-wives.
nurses, undertakers or even the
head of families are expected to co cooperate
operate cooperate In this movement. A failure
to do this may result In the arrest
and fining of any or all persons In Involved.
volved. Involved. Signed:
7-S-lm Ocala Board of Health.
WORLD'S ALMANAC AT MALLARD'S
New 1913 World's Almanac, Just
received; 35 cents at Ballard's News
Odd Fllows meet Tuesday night.
J of new goods keep our
stock in FRESH
; TOILET ARTICLES.
i FISHING TACKLE.
I SCHRAFFTS CANDIES
in great variety.
' PHARMACY :
'The Store Accommodating."
I PHONE 2G0.
J -7-17-tfd J
It will look as bright
as if new.
Nexl lo Express Office.
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THE OCA LA CVE.M.U STAR, SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
ISITTIXftKR & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
11. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Loaven;Md, liu-ines Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffiee as second class matter.
senator opposes any measure in favor J
of the j-eoitle. He probably objects
to the po;:nas:er assuming a power
that he thinks should belong to Con Congress,
gress, Congress, an.l if you will remember back
a j ear or .-o you can call to mind
n:any instances in which the postof postof-tice
tice postof-tice department did as it please!,'
-.vlthoat considering either law or
S I' I JSC 1 J I n ION P. AT ES
One year, in advance 35.00 jOne year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 2.50! Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 1.25iThree months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance 50 j One month, in advance SO
BRYAN'S CRITICS jocratic papers attacking one of their
jown party so bitterly for what at
Brvan's most was a blunder when there is so
SOME MORE ABOUT
FItAXK CLARK'S SPEECH
The Ocala Star says Mr
newspaper critics "with a few nota-jmuch that is utterly rotten
ble exceptions, like" the New York enemy's camp to denounce.
World and the Tampa Tribune," are ;
of the corporation controlled press.
We think the Star's expression is
hasty and ill-considered. While we
thank the Star for excepting the
Tribune from its general accusation,
we think it is unjust to many good
and fearless newspapers in its state statement.
ment. statement. The voice of the press, the
country over, has been raised in criti criticism
cism criticism of Mr. Bryan's attitude and of
the specious plea he makes in de defense.
fense. defense. A few quotations will show that
criticism of Mr. Bryan is not limited
to the republican or to "corporation"
The Washington Star says, "the
possession of a soft-drink appetite
does not necessarily prevent a man
from admiring a champaign income."
The Cocoa-Rockledge Xews does
not "believe that Mr. Bryan will have
the sympathy of the people that his
salary as a cabinet officer does not
meet his expenses."
The Sanford Herald says it has
"admired him, worked for him and
spent money to try to elect him to
the presidency. Today we are dis disgusted
gusted disgusted with him and do not consider
him fit to stay in the high office he is
The Key West Journal thinks
"Bryan is setting a dangerous pre precedent
cedent precedent for government officials by
augmenting his salary on the side."
The Lakeland Telegram says his
"'present example narrowly misses
putting him in a cheap, mercenary
light before the people," and that it!
is "distinctly repugnant to the pop-
AND TIMELY RESOLUTION
The Star commends Congressman
Clark's resolution, introduced in the
House of Representatives, and de describe!
scribe! describe! on the first page or of today's
paper. It is good sentiment and
good statesmanship and the Star
hopes it will pass.
Not only for the sake of the white
man. but for the sake of the darker
ones, should Caucasian intergrity be
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OCALA CHURCH DIRECTORY
So far as we have seen, Frank
Clark's patriotic Fourth of July ora oration
tion oration in Ocala has not yet been print printed
ed printed in the Congressional Record, so
the nation is not in any immediate
danger of bankruptcy. Banner.
We supposed from the calmly
superior way in which the Banner re referred
ferred referred to its contemporaries who do
not read the Record, that Uncle
Frank perused that journal almost
as closely as we hope he does the
Star. If he will hunt up his copy of
the Record of July 9, he will find
Mr. Clark's fourth of July oration,
the only real contribution to Amer American
ican American literature in that issue.
Xobody has praised the said
speech any more highly than the
Star, but the speech didn't pertain to
public business and had no place in
the Congressional Record.
Congressman L'Engle sizes such
incidents up correctly when he says:
'"Another choice piece of bunk
about Frank Clark, started by the
PRESBYTERIAN Corner of Ft.
King avenue and Watula street; pas pastor
tor pastor W. H. Dodge; residence 309 Ft.
King avenue; phone 233. Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m. ;
superintendent W. H. Dodge; morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clack; Junior Mis Mission
sion Mission Society 3 p. m.; evening sermon
7:45 o'clock. Midweek prayer meet meeting
ing meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30..
CATHOLIC North Magnolia St.;
priest, D. Bottolacio; residence 327
North Orange street; Sunday ser-
I LOP. IDA NEEDS THE MAJOR
Major J. R. Slattery's probable re removal
moval removal from this post to Vicksburg
has aroused the members of the
Board of Trade and every effort is
being made to induce the department
to keep him here. F. P. Conroy,
vice chairman of the Board of Trade,
has railed a meeting of his commit-
tee for next Tuesday at which timel"5ces: Hif fiLN -T m"
U p. m. ; Sunday school 3 to o p. m.;
the proposed ehange in the engineer's j communion services second Sundays
department will be considered. Me- 6:30 a. m. ; also regular service
The board of governors of the Ma Marion
rion Marion County Board of Trade will
uuuuness ctuupt ic;uiuuuua LlllIU& services :' Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
for Major Slattery's retention next i scperintendent C. T. Hooper; morn
Monday night. I ing sermon 11 o'clock; Christian En
Ideavor 4 p. m.; evening sermon 7:45
i o'clock. Midweek prayer meeting;
j Wednesday evening 7:30 o'clock. j
BAPTIST Corner North Magno-j
lia and North Second streets; pastor t
IBunyan Stephens; residence 520 Ok-!
jlawaha avenue; phone 314; Sunday
iservices: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.,
uperintendent W. T. Gary; morning
CHRISTIAN East Broadway be between
tween between Watula and Osceola streets;
pastor W. H. Coleman; residence 98
Sanchez street; phone 264; Sunday
OX THE WAY TO ATLANTA
(Continued from First Page)
Cotton is looking well but is consid considered
ered considered late. We stopped for dinner at
ing our rest time to th
etery, where we were most cour courteously
teously courteously received by Maj Bryant, the
warden, who showed us the various
ular ideal of the great cabinet minis-; the high crimes of tariff and special
Times-Union correspondent, is going j points of interest. We found that
the rounds of pie cookoo and the
good-natured press of Florida. This
time it is pronounced a great honor
for the eloquent Florida congress congressman
man congressman to have his Fourth of July
speech printed in the Congressional
Record at the request of a republican
"In the first place this republican
member was Mr. Austin, of Tennes
see, the rankest stand-patter tor all
The Macon Telegraph thinks if Mr.
Bryan would adopt the "dollar din dinner,"
ner," dinner," in his home "perhaps he could
live on $12,000 a year and not in infringe
fringe infringe on the corpus of his wealth or
upon the interest of the same."
The Savannah News things the ex excuse
cuse excuse that he "needs the money," giv
en by Mr. Bryan "opens the way to street, calling
a question of his fitness for a posi-' enact the verv
tion requiring tact and foresight."
These quotations are taken at ran
dom from those which come to our
desk. The Ocala Star will not ass ass-sert
sert ass-sert that these papers are owned and
dictated to by corporate influences.
It owes them and many other papers
an apology. Tampa Tribune.
At the time the criticism was writ written
ten written the Star had not had the pleasure
of reading the opinions the Tribune
refers to. We do not exchange with
the Washington Star, the Macon Tel Telegraph
egraph Telegraph or the Rockledge News, and
the remarks on Bryan in the other
papers the Tribune refers to had es-
privilege perpetrated by the republi republicans
cans republicans on the patient, overburdened
people, now in Congress, not except excepting
ing excepting old Sereno Payne himself, and no
honor can come to a democrat from
such hands. This same Mr. Austin, a
few weeks ago, asked and received
leave to print in the Record an edi editorial
torial editorial from a paper owned by Wall
on Congress not to
legislation for which
the special session was called and
and for which the people had put a
democratic majority in Congress.
"In the second place, this leave to
print in the Record is the most pre pre-functory
functory pre-functory thing done in Congress. Any
member can get any old thing print
ed in the Record just for the asking.
"I have been present when a doz dozen
en dozen or more 'leaves to be printed'
were granted in a few minutes, with
nobody paying any attention to the
proceedings except the speaker and
the clerks, who had to.
"Since I have been a member I
have not heard of a single one of
caped our notice. If the Tribune these requests denied.
says they should be apologized to,
they should be, and they will hereby
consider the apology made.
All the same, we think a demo democratic
cratic democratic paper is in small business to
criticize Mr. Bryan for such a rea reason.
son. reason. Mr. Bryan is the first secre secretary
tary secretary of state of international size the
United States has had since James G.
Blaine. He is the only one, with
the exception of Elihu Root, since
Blaine, who has risen above the level
of a politician and a money maker.
We have not noticed the Tribune or
any of his other critics giving Mr.
Bryan credit for abandoning his va vacation
cation vacation and his lecture tour to return
to his post the instant he was needed,
And we can't help wondering at dem-
"It is annoying to be continually
mentioning unimportant things like
this, but it is by constant repetition
of this sort of slop that the peon
newspapers like the Times-Union
hope to fool the people about the
congressmen who do nothing to dis displease
please displease big business and whom the in interests
terests interests strive to keep in Congress."
Senator N. P. Bryan has been crit criticized
icized criticized for opposing Postmaster Gen General
eral General Burleson's order to increase the
capacity and reduce the rates of the
parcel post some of the senator's
critics insisting that he is working
for the railroads and express com companies,
panies, companies, which are also against the
changes. It isn't likely that the
the major was also an enthusiastic
automobilist, and able to give us
considerable information about the
roads. At Andersonville, we were
not far from the birthplace of my
side partner, Captain Tom. In fact,
he found that the landlord of'the ho hotel
tel hotel was an old schoolmate, and in
parsing through Oglethorpe, he re renewed
newed renewed many old acquaintances.
Near Montezuma we found it nec necessary
essary necessary to put on our tire chains, on
account of the slippery condition of
the roads. In making the last hill,
before putting on the chains, we nar narrowly
rowly narrowly escaped going into the ditch.
During thunderstorms we always ob obtained
tained obtained hospitable shelter at some
farm house, starting up again after
the rain passed over.
On the next day, Tuesday, we
traveled via Macon to Forsyth, 54
miles. Here we were very cordially
received by Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Zel Zel-ner,
ner, Zel-ner, cousins of my partner, Mr. Z. C.
Chambliss. On account of bad
weather we decided to accept their
invitation to pass the night at their
comfortable home. We were more
than glad of the good cheer and shel shelter,
ter, shelter, for ploughing through rain and
mud for eight hours at a stretch
gets on one's nerves.
Forsyth is the county seat of Mon Monroe
roe Monroe county, and we found it to be the
headquarters for cotton in this sec section.
tion. section. The roads are being worked
at this time and in the course of a
few weeks will be in fine condition.
The next day, Wednesday, we
traveled to Atlanta, 75 miles, pass passing
ing passing through Barnesville and Griffin.
A few miles north of Forsyth, we
traveled over two and a half miles
of new road work with our running
board dragging. We had to use the
low gear for several hundred yards.
Finally we ran out of the region of
rain and found the going to Atlanta
very comfortable. We are now at
the Hotel Ansley, which may be said
to be the last word in hotel construc construction,
tion, construction, for it is simply all that could
be wished. More next time.
T. T. Munroe.
I Young People's Union 4 p. m.; Senior
Baptist Young People's Union 6:45
p. m.; evening sermon :4o o clock.
Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday
evening 7:30 o'clock.
METHODIST Corner Fort King
avenue and South Main street; pastor
J. B. Ley; residence 99 Fort King
avenue; phone 157; Sunday services:
Sunday school 9:30 a. m., superin
tendent L. N. Green; morning ser
mon 11 o'clock; Junior Epworth
League 4 p. m.; Senior Epworth
League, G:30 p. m.; evening sermon
7:45 o'clock. Midweek prayer meet meeting
ing meeting Wednesday evening 7:30. Choir
practice Friday evening at church.
Trv a Star want ad.
ARRIVAL AXI) DEPARTURE
' OF TRAINS AT OCALA
The following schedule Is not pai3
for, but is printed for the information
of the public. The railroads are re requested
quested requested to send in corrections when whenever
ever whenever necessary..
3 1:05 p.m
9 (Limited) .. .2:30 p.m.
1 1:35 a.m.
2 2:25 a.m.
4 ....12:50 p.m.
10 (Limited) .4:20 p m.
The limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6
p. m. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
stops only at Turkey Creek, Plant City,
Dade City, W'ldwood, Ocala, Starke
J and Waldo
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Southbound Jax. and St. Petersburg
No. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. 39 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound -Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 (Sunnyjim) 6:40 a.m.
Northbound Jax. and St. Petersburg
No. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 a.m.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound- Lakeland and Ocala
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Ocala and Homosaiia
tave No. 49 8:20 a.m.
T,eave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. 44 12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 5:00 p.m.
Lv. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m. i:25 p.m.
Sunday trains 8:00 a.m. 1:25 p.m
r. from Palatka 10:40 a.nt ":i0 p.m.
Waste paper baskets, various styles
at The Murray Company. 7-24-3t
For soreness of the muscles,
whether induced by violent exercise
or injury, there is nothing better
than Chamberlain's Liniment. This
liniment also relieves rheumatic
pains. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
fee YdDiF (0w
We have a 56 page Cook Book for you, for the
asking. The Book contains Excellent Recipes tor
Baking with Fieischmann's Yeast. White
Bread (quick method), White Bread (sponge meth method),
od), method), White Bread (for use over night), Milk Bread,
Whale Wheat Bread, Graham Bread, Rye Bread, Oat Oatmeal
meal Oatmeal Bread, Gluten Bread, Nut Bread, Cocoa Bread,
Parker House Rolls, Tea Rolls, Dinner Rolls, Lunch
Rolls, English Muffins, Cornmeal Muffins, Oatmeal
Muffins, Graham Muffins, Sally Lunn Waffles, Wheat
Griddle Cakes, Cornmeal Griddle Cakes, Buckwheat
Cakes, Currant Tea Rings, Children's Rusk, Sweet
French Buns, Buns, Cinnamon Rolls, Plain Frosting,
Hot Cross Buns, Oven Scones, Zwieback, Cinnamon
Cake, Apple Cake, Doughnuts, German Coffee Cake,
Savarine, Rum sauce, Brioche, Bohemian Houska,
and many other recipes and suggestions.
Just phone us for the book or tell the boys on the wagons that
you want one. If you are a customer or not, the book is here for
FRUIT & VEGETABLE GROWERS
I am prepared better than ever before to furnish you ALL your
supplies, and at better prices quicker deliveries and assure sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction Crate material, carload lots delivered to any part of the state,
complete box without hoops, hoopless boxes, full rounded, field
PEARSON'S Cement Coated Nails, Needle pointed Nails for
Hoopless Boxes, the kind adopted by the 'Citrus Exchange.
PAPER, printed, cuts for special designs to be furnisehd by pur purchaser.
chaser. purchaser. I represent the largest mills, guarantee delivery. White
Extra Quality and Extra Natural, Plain Paper on hond in quan quantities,
tities, quantities, Strap Iron and Birch Hoops.
ROOFING specially adapted for packing houses.
Wire at my expense for price delivered in carload lots to any
part of the state.
W. It Mler
Offices, Salesrooms, Wharves,
Trackage and Yards
Hendry & Knight Terminals
Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf !Try a DAILY STAR Want Ad-It Pays.
!lrfi.oes Shoes SItloss
That arc Stylish Of Good Qualify That Fit The Feet
We have them for the Whole Family, for All Oecassions, Evening, Dress, and General Wear. When in need of
Shoes give us a trial, and we will convince you.
WE HAVE THEM IX TAN, CALF, DROWN VICI, GUN METAL, BLACK VICI AND PATENT
Dry Goods, Ladies' Ready to Wear,
E. T. HELVENSTON
Shoes, Men's Furnishings
n 1 1. y. mm
Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate ci Your
WE WILL TEACH YOUR DOL DOLLARS
LARS DOLLARS TO HAVE MORE GLINTS'
Mr a. E. Van Hood, Editor
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATIIIIIAV. JULY t6, 1913
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
He Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
Am iff employ none but riperti we are la position to guarantee ev every
ery every pleee of work we eoantruct to ntan-t the inspection of tbe mof
rlKld lBpfi!or. It eota nothing to Ktt our natures, and you are tb
winner, whether we secure tbe contract or not. Uive us a trial.
H. W. TUCKER
FOIIT KIXG BLOCK
OCA LA, FLORID
How of i
Who w ..:,. 3- rs
The Prodigal Girl
en we hoar of the Prodigal
neath sorrow and
FLORIDA'S LARGEST HD BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
HOME HOTEL OF THE STATF
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD
A. F. WILSON, Ass't Mgr. THOS. fl. WILSON, Prop, and 5Igr
s r; a rii
Of the hands t-ver ready
him :. .i.e.
Of the hearts all forgiving- again;
But go where you will, o'er land, o'er
All over this wide, wide world.
And never you'll hear in kind sym sympathy,
pathy, sympathy, A word for the Prodigal Girl.
Though pure hath she be.n from her
An ansel of beauty and grace,
With never a sorrow from life's bitter
To sadden her sweet youn? face,
Yet soon as the Tempter has laid his
Mid pleasure's gay fashion and whirl.
And captures his victim, the world is
Against the poor Prodigal Girl.
A wanderer from home and a stranger
An outcast where'er she may go.
With no one to pity or speak a kind
To lighten life's burden of woe;
And though she hath fallen, yet who's
'Neath yonder fair city of pearls?
But Jesus js ever the guilty one's one's-friend
friend one's-friend He'll save the poor Prodigal Girl.
Oh, would you be willing to throw a
Around her who wanders away.
And tell her that Jesus will shield her
To love Him and trust Him today?
The angels are watching from yonder
Oh, let us love's banner unfurl,
And rescue the wanderer where'er she
Some mother's poor Prodigal Girl.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or
nnge Groves or almost anything y
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
The friend-winning prices
that we are making m our store
will surely interest you. Cold
type cannot do justice to the
extraordinary offerings. Buy Buying
ing Buying jewelry here means
spending money right.
Style may change but
our high quality, low price
standard of jewelry sell selling
ing selling remains fixed.
Here you will find
a satisfying assort
ment of the world s
gems, silver silverware,
ware, silverware, novel
If you want a
ling gem set ring
at a decided price
For your sweetheart mar
ried or otherwise a diamond
solitaire is eminently proper.
Nothing better as an engage
ment or birthday ring; Surprise Father,
Husband or Brother with a nice ring. We
have splendid assortment of gems in cp-to-
the-minute settings at prices to
suit the thinnest pocket book. You'
will find rings to suit everyone
men and women and little folks. Call gMjl
in now while the stock is complete, I-
l! If! i
A. E. BURNETT
Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. lor your wants
If the World Would Only Listen.
If this great world would only
pause in its mad rush and listen to
the pleadings of the wives, mother's
and children whose homes and lives
have been wrecked from whisky, lis listen
ten listen to the cry of the poor helpless
children, separated from their natu natural
ral natural inheritance, the love of a self self-sacrificing
sacrificing self-sacrificing mother, separated from
their brothers and sisters, never to
know the sweet joy or' childhood's
happy hours together, never in after
life to have the sweet, memory of
childish games, playvJ together.
Listen to the pleadings of the
mother struggling in the cold world
for a living for herself and children
which whiskey robbed the father of
Listen to the sobe of these little
ones lying alone in their little beds
at night in some orphans' home,
snatched from their mother's breast,
and left to the care of strangers, so
that heart-broken, despairing mother
can earn her living.
Listen to the sobs of that poor
mother at night after working all
day, whether winter, summer hot or
cold, sick or well, sitting in some lit little
tle little ill-furnished rooms, the best her
small earnings can afford, longing to
see her babes, knowing they are
grieving for her and that the young youngest
est youngest will soon forget her.
Listen to the cause of three-fourths
of the divorce cases, murders, sui suicides,
cides, suicides, most all, either directly or in indirectly,
directly, indirectly, the cause of whisky.
Listen to the cause of hundreds of
innocent children being brought into
this world, nervous wrecks, some
born idiots, some deformed, others
marked in various way by the effects
Listen to the mothers pleading to
their sons not to drink; with the
daughters not to marry the man who
drinks. These are all in vain so long
as whisky is allowed to be made.
Listen to the young man whom we
have often seen reeling home drunk,
asking some pure, good, unsuspect unsuspecting
ing unsuspecting girl to be his wife. Frances
Then one gets so weary of the
smooth worn falsehood, "Prohibition
does not prohibit." With hypocriti hypocritical
cal hypocritical assurance liquor dealers proclaim
it, and then admit the lie in lavish
corruption of voters to defeat the
prohibition law. Pitiful it is to hear
decent Christian men repeat the
charge, giving aid and comfort to
those who strive to cut the nerves of
opposition. In the name of truth and
moral intelligence, let's have done
with it. The facts are all in, and
their recital, after the manner of the
old temperance speech, has become
a weariness. The evils, all men
know; the source, of them, all men
know; what are we going to do about
it? To rouse the moral indignation
of the Christian public is an aston astonishingly
ishingly astonishingly hard task. A great human
mass never was wholly stirred by any
moral issue. One-third of the popu population
lation population of the thirteen colonies took
no stock in the revolution against
King George, but rather threw their
sympathies against their own breth brethren.
ren. brethren. Thousands of decent church
members steer clear of "temperance
fanatics." Many of them, influential
in political life, are gravely silent,
dreading to alienate the barroom bal ballot.
lot. ballot. Yes, they are good men, but
sane and careful, you know. We will
go on preaching and teaching the
gospel, and we are going to do more.
From pulpit and pew we will march
to the ballot box, and make an ar argument
gument argument to impress the legislatures
and all our public servants. Votes
of Christian freemen are heard as
they drop. Sermons and addresses
From 9:30 to 10 A. M.
10 Full Yards Dandy
Ginghams for only 25c
ss n jJ J
From 9:30 to 10 A. M.
10 Full Yards Dandy
Ginghams for only 25c
ONBAY and TUESDAY
"They who come to this Great Sale never fail to score"
Men's Nainsook B. V. D. Under- on- j Mosquito Nets, complete ready Q7n
wear, per garment UUU : to hang, each.. 3 lb
Men's Balbriggan Underwear, OOJp i
the garment LLl b j percal c and 12 i2c values, 71n
Mens Elastic Seam drawers, OQp per yard -jC
: Lawn, 10 l-2c values, going at Cp
Ladies' Vests, Swiss Ribbed, 25c 10p j per yard Ob
values, each Iwu I .
Ladies' Muslin Drawers, 35c val- QQn CallC0S m very latest prints, ELp
ues, each ZuC j values up to 8c, the yard "2b
Ladies' Seamless Hose, tan and fjp ; Table Linen, 75c value, Knock- 7A
black, per pair Out price, the yard tb
Ladies' Silk Hose, assorted col- QOr.
ors, the pair.-- 00b j Table Linen, 35c value, Knock- OOp
. Out price, the yard 4-Ob
American Beauty Corsets, $1 QAn
and $15 values, for ----- b 22 Pounds ol with Purchase
values for 44C i SuSar lor of S5 or more.
Visit Our Great Sale, Now On 1 1
We will Teach Your Dollars to Have More Cents
fal 1 on dull ears, but a storm of j
Christian ballots has tremendous j
awakening power. Husbands and ;
sons in the land, never let it be said;
of you, you had a chance to strike;
the devil a blow and didn't do it. j
The saloon is an assassin. It will j
strike vou some day. Better kill it1
DESIKAULE HOUSE FOR REXT
Two large houses In eentral lo location,
cation, location, Kuitable for residence or
hoarding houses; one S-room and
bath, antl one 8 rooms and hath;
either house will accommodate two
families, and we will rent to uit
tenants. Apply to D S. Woodtw?r
or Elmer DeCam.. 5-2C
OCALA LUDUK 2u. U. t u. r. j
Ocala Lodge X). 2S6, renevolent and"
Protective Order of Elks, meets th j
second and fourth Tuesday evenings in i
t-ach month. Vis'rns? brethren alwaj
welcome. Chas V. Hunter, E. K.
Joseph Bell, tor-cary Ad.
PICXIC AT BUCK POXI
There will be a picnic at Buck
Pond, Friday, August S. There will
be horse racing and foot racing in
the afternoon. Everybody invited
to come and bring well-filled baskets,
and fast horses.
If you are a housewife you cannot
reasonably hope to be healthy or
beautiful by washing dishes, sweep sweeping
ing sweeping and doing housework all day,
and crawling into bed dead tired at
night. You must get out into the
open air and sunlight. If you do this
every- day and keep your stomach
and bowels in good order by taking
Chamberlain's Tablets when needed,
you should become both healthy and
beautifu. For sale by all dealers, ad
fHAPTEn r. 15, IX. A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocaia
Chapter No. 13, R. A. II., on the fourth
Friday In every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad.
Did You Ever Lose a Fish?
It is lots better to go fishing in a wash tub than
to go rigged out w,th rotten lines and hooks that will
snap when the big fish gets on.
Buy our strong lines and springy poles and prop properly
erly properly tempered hooks and you'll not lose your temper
wrhen the big fish gets on; you will land him.
Tackle our tackle.
irtoi Hardware Co.,
Ocaia, Kla. Phone 118.
Of Application for Tax Deed Under
ection h of fhapter 4S
Lawn of Florida
Notice is hereby given that D. B.
Mathews, purchaser of tax certificate
Xo. 130, dated the 3rd day of June. A.
D. I$t07, has filed ?aid certificate in my
office, and ha made application for tax
deed to is.ue in accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the followins
described property situated in Marion
i county. Flori la. to-wit: e'4 or 5W,4
of sec -4. tp 13 s, r -) e. me sai.i iani
beinz assessed at the date of the is issuance
suance issuance of such certificate in the name
of Susan Williams. Unless said certi certificate
ficate certificate shall be redeemed according to
law. tax deed will issue thereon the
26th day of August. A. D. 1113.
Witness my official signature and
sal this the 23th dav of Julv. A. D.
IMS. (Seal P. H. NUGENT.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion County,
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 enly dealers
in this section of the country that handle this brand o! 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
Mve had some phenomenal sales on it and made many friends
.nd customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.
IKNIG HT &z. LANG
Advertise in the DAILY STARIt Pays
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATTRDAV, JULY 26, 1913
Z St A T A rivnT A X A T1T1 A T-HH
they will visit friends, and then go
i I ALA aUUlAL. Af r Alrvox
'TJave any itenT3--or this department call phone 106)
aw 4 1 4 OT
A pleasant and profitable occasion
was the supper given by Rev. Bun Bunyan
yan Bunyan Stephens tr tlKdeacons of the
Baptist church at the Harrington
last evening, fc. Stephens' guests
were Messrs. Isaay Stevens, J. L. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, W. D. CaA, L. F. Ballard, J.
W. Akin, M. T. W. Christian, W. T.
Gary, V. S. Bullock, S. II. Christian,
A. M. Wing, Walter Marsh and Frank
Gates. fTEe supper was one of the
best tEat the Harrington knows so
well how to serve. At the business
meeting which accompanied the sup supper,
per, supper, it was resolved to give the pas pastor
tor pastor a month's vacation and to repa repa-per
per repa-per and otherwise freshen up the
church during the month of August.
Services will reopen with the first
Sunday in September.
Quite a party of young ladies mo motored
tored motored to Anthony this afternoon vis visiting
iting visiting with the Swain house party and
having a most magnificent time, en enjoying
joying enjoying the hospitality of that famous
household. Those in the party are
Misses Annie Davis, Ophelia Sawtell,
Catherine Pyles, Clifford and Mildred
Pyles, Messrs. Robert and Leslie An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, LaGrange Sistrunk, Rev.
Bunyan Stephens, Mr. Lorenzo Cul Cul-lum,
lum, Cul-lum, Mrs. S. R. Pyles and Mrs. Sis Sis-trunk.
trunk. Sis-trunk. Miss Josie Bullock will return to tonight
night tonight from Tallahassee after several
weeks most pleasantly spent with
Miss Omera Holloway.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss, Mrs.
Jessie THshnn and Mrs. P .T Hnher
, . .y Mrs. J. C. Smith and pretty ch
spent the day very pieasantly aW r J. ,
Wildwood yesterday, going and re returning
turning returning in Mr. Chambliss' car.
Tlpr manv friends in Ocala will b
sorry to learn that Mrs. H. W.'HsJ
Tucker, who is at Roanoke, Va., the
guest of her uncle, Mr. Dame, has
been quite sick. Mr. Tucker will
probably go to visit his wife next
week if her condition does. not im improve.
prove. improve. The Baptist sewing circle will
meet Monday afternoop at 3:30
o'clock on the church lawn.
Miss Meta Jewett left yesterday
afternoon for Nashville, Tenn. En
route Miss Jewett will spend a few
days with friends in Birmingham,
Mrs. Chas. V. Miller and little
daughter of Clearwater spent today
In the city, guests of Mrs. Miller's
parents, Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, en route to Hot Springs, to
join Mr. Miller, who is not at all
well. Mr. Miller has been a great
sufferer from rheumatism and ma malaria
laria malaria for several months and has been
nU LUU U UIL U UUT
It. I). FULLER
Over the Munroe & Chambliss Bank
J. E. CHACE
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
tkking the baths at that popular re resort
sort resort for several weeks in the hopes
oi improvement. Mr. and Mrs. Mil Miller
ler Miller will go to some mountain resort
tc spend the balance of the summer,
a id their many friends sincerely
tfust that their outing will be a most
easant and profitable one.
Mrs. Edward Helvenston and
handsome little son, Master Edward,
Jr., will leave next Wednesday for
Galbraith Springs, Tenn., to spend
the balance of the summer. Mrs.
Helvenston will be accompanied as
far as Chattanooga by her little
nephew, Morton Turnley of Arcadia.
Judge and Mrs. Lester Warner
left early this morning for their old
home in Michigan, in response to a
telegram received late last evening,
saying that the judge's mother was
critically ill, from the effects of a
fall. Their many friends sincerely
hope that they will find her greatly
Mrs. Sarah Lanier and daughter.
Miss Miriam Lanier, who have been
the guests of Mrs. Lanier's niece,
Mrs. Chas. S. Cullen, for some
months, left yesterday morning for
their home in Tarboro, X. C., accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mr. F. M. Hodges, Mrs.
Lanier's nephew. After getting his
aunt comfortably home, Mr. Hodges
will spend some time in North Car Carolina,
olina, Carolina, visiting his wife and little ones
before returnng to Ocala.
ren, India and Doyle, will leave in aN
few days for Bowling Green, where
they will spent! fcix weeks with Mrs,
Smith's parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. J.M.
Mr. C. J. Mishler, a prosperous
farmer and poultry raiser of An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, was transacting business in
Mrs. J. F. Jenkins and children
will leave next week for Asheville, X.
C, where they will spend two
Miss Florence Leitner delightfully
entertained several of her friends
last evening at "salmagundy" in
honor of Mr. Wm. Gamble, who is
the guest of Mrs. S. A. Ellis and fam family
ily family for a few days. Miss Leitner
served her guests delicious ice cream
and cake. Those enjoying the eve evening
ning evening with the charming little hostess
were Misses Hannay Ellis, Wenona
Wetherbee, Lorayne Bridges, Virgin Virginia
ia Virginia Sistrunk, Olaf Zewadski, Willie
Gramble, LaGrange Sistrunk. Mr.
Gramble will conclude his visit here
on Monday, going to Waycross, Ga.,
to visit friends. He has made many
friends while in the city and it is
hoped that he will come again.
provement today of little Margaret
IJrrlcfir vfir hnfe hppn sr ill fnr cn
, ... tmem
a long time. plrs. E. H. Mote, who
came up from iLeesburg a week ag
to be in attendance upon her nieoers
bedside, will lepve for home onMon-
L. F. 11 LA LOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
31. C. IZLAR
Office Law Library Building
J. G. PURVIS
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building
Miss Helen Hardee will go to
Lake Weir this morning and will be
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mc-
Iver and family over Sunday.
A delightful affair was given last
night by Miss Irma Trammell in hon honor
or honor of Mrs. Guy Toph's house guests,
the Misses Carpenter, of DeLand.
A meeting of the executive board
of the Woman's Club is called for
Tuesday morning at ten o'clock at
the home of Mrs. Chas. H. Lloyd, in instead
stead instead of this afternoon as previously
announced. As this is to be a most
important meeting every member of
the board is urged to be present.
Miss Mattie Adams of Newberry,
S. C. is in the city the guest of her
cousins, Miss Margaret Walters and
Dr. Harry Walters.
Rev. Bunyan Stephens will leave
Monday to spend his vacation with
his family in Shelbyville, Ky.
Miss Genevieve Woods left this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon for a viist to Miss Flora
Maddox in Gainesville.
Miss Lillie Marsh left today for
Trenton -Fla.. where she will visit
her cousin. Miss Brooker for a cou couple
ple couple of weeks.
Mrs. W. W. Stripling will entertain
the Methodist sewing circle Monday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the res residence
idence residence of Mrs. W. T. Gary.
Mrs. C. R. Sapp and children left
today for Montgomery. Ala., where
on to St. Louis, to remain until Oc- j
tober. Mr. Sapp is in charge of the;
engine on the Brooksviile and Croomj
Mrs. T. C. Luckie. after a very
pleasant visit to her mother, MrsJ
F. E. Sheppard, in Daytona, return-;
ed home Thursday evening. j
Miss Mae Stein, who has been on ;
the sick list for several days, was j
able to return to her place in the
Citizens' Gas Co's. office.
Miss Ruth Boney is home from a
very pleasant visit to friends in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and Starke.
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
8 p. m. Evening services.
(Rev. Bunyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11a. m. Preaching by the pastor.
Subject, "The Lord's Supper at
3:30 p. m. Junior Union.
7 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
S p. m. Union services at the
Methodist church. Rev. W. H. Dodge
Welcome to all.
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon.
3 p. m. Junior Mission Society.
S p. m. Union services at the
Methodist church. Rev. W. H. Dodge
will preach the sermon.
A cordial invitation extended to
AT ST. PHILIP'S
Beginning next Sunday, July 27th
to October 26th, the services every
Sunday and on feasts of obligation,
will be at 7 a. m. and 5 p. m. All
good Christians are cordially invited.
Rev. D. Bottolacio.
ISN'T IT THE TRUTH
If the newspapers of the state of
Florida would put in as many square
inches of paper space with heavy heavy-faced,
faced, heavy-faced, double-leaded type addressed
to the question of good roads, in instead
stead instead of columns and columns of
slush, talking about whether a wom woman's
an's woman's skirt should or should not be
split, and all kinds of fool episodes
that may be connected with the cur curiosity
iosity curiosity of the public scrutinizing some
freakish women under any extreme
circumstances of attire, then we
would know more about the neces necessities
sities necessities of good roads and less about
the wonderful profundity of the
skirt-splitting proposition. Dixie.
Call on the Court Pharmacy wht-n
We are delighted to note theyou are ,n need Qf anything in the
Tine of office supplies.
KMGIITS OF PYTHIAS
O-ala Lodge Xo. 19. Conventions
held every Monday a 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
CNas. K. Sage. K. R Ad.
LOYAL. ORDER OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge No. 639, Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
even'ng at 8 o'clock in the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor. "Visiting brothers are
invited to ittend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershor, Dictator.
E L Stapp. Secretary. Aa.
with every purchase of $1.00
worth of other groceries
for cash on
Only one package of sugar
to a customer at this
rate on sale
JL Smith Grocery
Next to Ocala National Bank
j ei m i f i r i i r ii X:!
We Have Everything that the
Dressy Man Meeds.
Here Are a Few of Our Seasonable Goods:
Mohair, Wash, Worsted and Serge Suits.
White Serge, Blue Serge and other Light
Straw Hats, Silk and Flannel Hats.
A Beautiful line of Silk Caps, and
Wash and Silk Ties.
The Famous Savoy Sltirf.
SPECIALr-Reduction on all Straw Hats,
S6.00 to S7.50 Panamas at S4.98.
ANY REASONABLE OFFER ACCEPTED
We are going to give a $500 player piano to
the person who makes us the highest bid between
now and 3 p. m., August 23, providing his offer
is as much or more than one-half of the wholesale
cost of the instrument. We buy them in lots of
twenty. Just think of getting a splendid player
piano one that may be played by hand or foot
for one-half of what it costs us by the carload. You
need not send any money ; just write us the amount
you are willing to nay. We can make you conven
ient terms on a part of the amount you
case you prove to be the lucky person,
should be the lu .ky person and prefer
played piano we will give you a $500
played piano instead of the player.
On July 19th we gave Mr. Jim Proctor, Dallas,
Fla., a $375 piano on this same plan, his bid being
$214. Write and ask him if he ever saw a finer
piano than his that cost $400 and upwards.
This proposition is absolutely on the level,
as are any and all propositions by this time hon honored
ored honored firm. We refer you to any bank in Florida.
Our idea in making this liberal offer is to ad advertise
vertise advertise our business during the dull summer
months, and get the names of people who are
wanting pianos. Simple, isn't it? Just a plain
case of us giving the profit and a part of the cost
of a piano to get the names of nrosDective buyers.
Write us for catalogue of this player that we shall give to
still, call and see the piano. We want to get acquainted with you.
TMCHAMHCW UUSTVATMC OQl.II. V
the highest bidder on
LUDDEN & BATES
A. M. LAHSFORD, Manager.
August 23, or better
CITY OF OCALA
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell.
Council B. A. Weathers, presi president;
dent; president; J. H. Taylor, president pro
tern; E. C. Bennett. Baxter Carn, J.
W. Hood, E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Lieht Plant J. C.
Superintendent Water Works J.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R o b e r t
Buy it now. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera anl Diarrhoea Remedy i al- j
most certain to be needed before the
summer is over. Buy it now and be j
prepared for such an emergency, j
For sale by all dealers. Adv. j
TO THE LADIE!
I have iust received a shiDment of Mid-Summer
Millinery, and vou will find the styles all the latest
chic, spic and span.
White Felts Built Especially for g
Seashore and Mountain
Also a complete line of Ready-to-Wear Shapes,
which will be sold at lowest prices. Ribbons and
Trimmings of every description.
Iss Mary Affleck,-
Commercial Bank Building.
THE OCALA EVEXpfG STAII, SATt'IlDAY, JULY li, 1013
WOODROW WILSON AND THE SHORT BALLOT f
III. How the Public Has Seen
C Organization did not
or to eek political
gospel and trusting mostly to Providence that sensible j
people in every State, city and county will find the necessary means to get the j
principle enacted into law. The great and busy public is usually introduced I
to the movement with the simple declaration that:
"The Short Ballot principle is:'
"First That only those offices should be elective which are im important
portant important enough to attract (and deserve) public examination."
"Second That very few offices should be filled by election at one
time, so as to permit adequate and unconfused public examination of
the candidates, and so as to facilitate the free and intelligent making
of original tickets by any voter for himself unaided by political
No complicated "checks and balances," no clever mechanisms. Just a
very few, but absolutely direct points of contact between the voter and his
public servants, without any patent attachment that, declared Woodrow
Wilson, in a speech in Philadelphia, in support of the movement, "is the key to
the whole question of the restoration of government by the people." Elabor Elaborating
ating Elaborating somewhat, he said: "The salient principles of the Short Ballot system
are first, a governing body as small as is consistent with efficiency; second,
a full administrative responsibility lodged in that body; third, the election
of that body by voters who are given only one, or at most two, persons to
select for candidates and to vote for as officers." In January, 1910, he pub published
lished published a complete exposition of the whole theme in a magazine article which,
he called "Hide and Seek Politics," in the course of which he declared:
"The Short Ballot is the open way by which we can return to representa representative
tive representative government. It has turned out that the methods of organization which
lead to efficiency in government are also the methods which give the people
control. The busy owner is more effectually in control if he appoints a
capable superintendent and holds him responsible for the conduct of the busi business
ness business than he would be if he undertook himself to choose all the subordinate
agents and workmen and superintend both them and the superintendent; and
the business is also better conducted incomparably better conducted. What
the voters of the country are now attempting is not only impossible, but also
undesirable if we desire good government. Such a charter as that of the
city of New York, for example, is a mere system of obscurity and of in inefficiency.
efficiency. inefficiency. It disperses responsibility, multiplies elective offices beyond all
reason of necessity, and makes both of the government itself and of its con control
trol control by the voters a game of hide-and-seek in a labyrinth. Nothing could have
been devised better suited to the uses of the professional politician, nothing
susceptible of being more perfectly articulated with the nominating machine.
As a means of popular government, it is not worth the bother and expense of
Swiftly, the truth of these doctrines has been impressing itself upon the
thinking people of the country. All but a mere handful' of the editors of the
larger city newspapers have come out readily for the principle; some of them
revert to it again and again. Colleges and universities and high schools, over
sixty in number, have made it a special subject of instruction in their class
Two years slipped by from the launching of this idea. In the spring of
1912 the Short Ballot was head over heels in politics. This was partly due
to Colonel Roosevelt, who put his influence behind it in his address before
the Ohio constitutional convention. In the fall of last year it was endorsed
in fourteen State platforms in Ohio and Illinois by all three leading parties.
In 1913 eleven Governors urged its adoption in their States.
(The next two articles will show
the Short Ballot In New Jersey.)
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Converted lo ihe Short Ballot
Wilson had hinted at the Short Ballot
Danquet, the campaign for this new reform was to b,:
the fundamentals of democracy, it must find its own way ;
to fulfillment through the people, instead of being
"handfed" tn thorn FVir this rt-asnn tVio Short P.aUnt
begin to lobby at the State capitols j
support in any quarter, although in ;
later stages of the campaign it became necessary for
local organizations to do thi3. The headquarters in New j
York has been engaged from the Etart in nreachins the j
how Mr. Wilsou used and extended
Supply for Your
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
of Ocala. were united
orA-a ifte" iV'tTr,k. The cere-
a Ieriorme.i at the parsoa-
:or or :ne r irstj
TTrTde Is iiiu.-T;
n.anner. and will enter
i life with the sincere
of her laixe circle of
friends. Mr. Booher
young trucker of th
n:etroioIis. Mr. and Mrs. Booher
are now at the Gainesville House, but
expect to return to Oacla this after-
nocn GaineaUjleJsitn, ..
""Tir. Booher and Miss Pope sprung
quite a surprise of their friends. Mr
tiooner is a very cnarmme ana cu
y and has many
la, where for -rrnTre a
,vas m training at the
ty Hospital, and was
rated as o
of its most efficient
nurses. Mr. Booher is a sturdy
young farmer, owning with his
father a good farm not many miles
from the city, on Orange avenue, and
enjoys the respect and good will of
y,all with whom he comes incontact.
the' Sla"rJoTns with their friends in
wishing these young people a long
life of happiness and success in
life's great undertaking.
WKATII KK FORECAST
Local showers tonight or Sunday.
Ol'EX DA V AXD 'IGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
Reddick. July 2Z. Mr. W. M.
Tucker and ion, Fred, left Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday to visit near Kochelle.
A little boy gladdened the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Bishops Monday.
Grandma Robertson died Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night, and was lai' to rest in
Milwood cemetery, Thursday morn morning.
ing. morning. She' was near one hundred
Miss Api'ie Redditt is the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dupree.
Mrs. E. D. Row and children, and
Mrs. S. L. Friday and daughter, left
Thursday to visit relatives in Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. Misses Clara Smith and Inez Fri Friday
day Friday have gone to visit relaiives in
The work of the Reddick hotel has
almost been completed, mach to the
pleasure of Mr. Redding.
HIE XEGHO WAS IX THE BIGHT
If the account given by the negro
who was concerned in the shooting
affray with three or four white men
at Port Tampa of the circumstances
of that affair was true, he was amply
justified in what he did and would
have been held blameless by the law law-justified
justified law-justified in what he did and would
have been held blameless by the law
if he had killed everyone of the as assailants
sailants assailants of his home and his family.
The thin subterfuge that the white,
men went to the negro's house for
the purpose of collecting a debt al alleged
leged alleged to be due one of them by an
inmate of the house not the head
of the family bears its improbabil improbability
ity improbability upon its face. Men do not go out
on collecting tours at 1 o'clock in
the -morning, nor do they go in the
shape of walking arsenals and make
their collections at the pistol's point
after effecting entrance by breaking.
It is too much the habit of a cer certain
tain certain glass of white men to act in their
dealings with negroes as if the lat latter
ter latter had no rights of any kind that
the dominant race is compelled to re respect.
spect. respect. This is in the highest degree
reprehensible and should receive the
outspoken condemnation of all those
who recognize the error, the crim criminality
inality criminality of such course of action.
All men are equal before the law
and have the same right to its pro protection
tection protection in the enjoyment of "life, lib liberty
erty liberty and the pursuit of happiness."
Reverse the positions of the parties
to the Port Tampa affair and con consider
sider consider what a howl of execration
would have arisen throughout the
country at the deeds of the black
fiends that attacked the home of a
peaceable citizen in the dead hour of
night attempting to murder the un unoffending
offending unoffending man and his helpless wife
in their own home, all for the alleg alleged
ed alleged purpose of collecting a trifling
debt. There would be talk and
perhaps the grim reality of a
lynching; and it would be as well de deserved
served deserved as many another crime of the
kind that has been in silence condon condoned.
ed. condoned. Mr. W. H. Fields and wife left to today
day today for Levon, in Marion county,
where they will make their future
home. This is their old home, and
as they have numerous relatives and
friends there, it was their desire to
go back and dwell among them again.
I in maKr
i a frpr:Vf
l V Jr
KOIU: A LAIV OX A HAIL
Severe Helmke Administered Iy a
Bunch of Illinois Suffragette
Waukezan. 111.. July 2C. The
e:?ht women of Vola. near here, who
rode Mrs. John Richardson on a rail
il: rough the streets of the village
recently, must answer to the Lake
coLinty grand jury for their act.
Mrs. Richardson was called to the
I'-oreh of her residence one evening
la-: week by a neighbor, a powerful
woman, who threw her arms around
Mrs. Richardson and carried her to
the street, where seven other women
were waiting with a long fence rail.
They carried their screaming prison-
i er aown me main sireei ana uacs on
As a reason for their act the wo-
Inien asserted they believed Mrs.
Richardson to be too friendly with
AUST1UA ISSUES AX OKDEK
reece and Bulgaria Xot to Press
i Bulgaria too Closely
London, July 2b. An important.
development in the Balkan situation!
is a demand presented by the Aus-?
trian representatives at Athens and!
Belgrade for an immediate cessation,
of hostilities together with a warn-j
ing that Austria will not allow Bul-j
garia to be too greatly humiliated, j
It is declared in Vienna thatj
should Greece and Servia still oppose1
an armistice a Roumanian army act-j
ing as a mandatory of Austria andj
Russia will prevent anv attack on'
Sofia and that Austria will take ever
mere energetic steps it necessary to
stop the war.
There is more catarrh In this sec section
tion section of the country than all other dis
eases put together, and until the last j
few years was supposed to be incur-j
able. For a great many years doc-j
tors pronounced it a local disease j
and prescribed local remedies, and,
by constantly failing to cure with lo local
cal local treatment, pronounced it incura-j
ble. Science has proven catarrh to,
be a constitutional disease and there-1
fore requires constitutional treat-,
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu-J
factured by F. J. Cheney & Co., To-1
ledo, 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 dollars,
lars, dollars, for any case it fails to cure
Send for circulars and testimonials.
Address, F. J. Cheney L Co., Toledo,
Ohio. Sold by drugstores. Take!
Hall's Family Pills for constipa
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
For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone Xo.
;i-7. First class rar and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.
If you want a buggy the adver advertisement
tisement advertisement in today's paper of Tomp Tompkins
kins Tompkins & Cobb will interest you. Read
If your neighbor knew that you
were willing to sell that bed room set
of furniture at the price you have in
mind, no doubt it would mean a sale.
Our "unclassified" column will turn
the trick. Try it.
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
I). E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 303
Undertaking Office 47
At RIGHT PRICES
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Send for booklet.
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I WHS, FOOLISH XI FORTY
A Chicago Woman Tie. Up to a Middle-.!
Minneapolis, July r,. Forty is
the age of love.
This is what Mrs. Walter F. Mor Morrison
rison Morrison of Chicago thinks. She has giv given
en given up an t-itate said to be worth
'"(. for the sake of marrying R.
r Fletcher of Columbus. Ohio, and
has this to say about her choice:
"The women of 4u have just found
out how to love.
""There is nothing in the world so
important to a woman's happiness as
love. A man and woman of middle middle-age
age middle-age know how to wag the world in instead
stead instead of letting the world wag them."
Fletcher is equally as enthusiastic.
'"I have known Mrs. Fletcher since
she was a girl and I was a boy. She
was just as nice then as she is now.
We didn't happen to marry then.
But we are married now. That is
one I put over on fate, anyway."
MAHDI CIllAS WILL BE
REVIVED AT MIAMI
Miami, July 26. This city has
planned one of the most spec spectacular
tacular spectacular affairs ever seen in the south
in celebration of its birthday anni anniversary.
versary. anniversary. Xothing so elaborate has
been witnessed below the Mason and
Dixon line except the Xew Orleans
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-flies, Gnatsor other injects
by applying to the face, ears and hands, DR.
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL. 25c.
MHIOX-Dl.. MASOXfT LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
oclo 'i, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Biawn. Secretary. Ad.
Dogs Haul Artillery.
Dogs are made use of to haul light
artillery in the Belgium army and are
being experimented with by the Hol Holland
land Holland army.
Waste paper baskets, various styles
at The Murray Company. 7-24-St
Dli. W. Iv. LAXE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Xose anil Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Fresh buttermilk every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore. C-24-tf
A Relic of History.
A newly rich woman, who was anx anxious
ious anxious to make a favorable impression
in her neighborhood, decided to show
her collection of antiques to the bish bishop
op bishop when he called. The time came,
and one by one slu displayed the
whole ccl'.rcticn. cv:,- hiiii 'he his history
tory history of tach piece. "'! l.-r.'," ?. said,
pointing impre.-siv. lv to a.i oid j ellow
teart. t tpar-ot was used in the
Boston tea party."
Sallow complexion is due to a tor torpid
pid torpid liver. SIMMON'S RED Z LI.VER
REGULATOR puifies and strength strengthens
ens strengthens the liver, regulates the bowels,
sweetens the breath and restores the
ruddy hue of health to the cheeks.
Price, large package, $1; small size,
25c. Sold by all druggists. Adv
An Iceless Refrigerator
"What might tu termed an Iceless
refrigerator has bepii invented by an
Oregon man, a doubb, walled chest,
between the walls of which is packed
salt to protect its contents from sur surrounding
rounding surrounding warm air.
OF IXTEHEST TO TOl
BETTER TII.V-V GOLD
Dr. D. H. Brown or St. Augustine,
Fla., has discovered a remedy that
promises to revolutionize the medical
.vorld. Dr. Brown is a graduate of
Meharry, and has been in the practice
about fourteen years.
of which Dr. Brown
is president, own
remedy which Js
the present pure
food and drugs act
The cut of trade trademark
mark trademark appears here herewith
with herewith and attracts
attention by its
new remedy is call called
ed called "Dr Brown's
DR. D. H. BROWN' New Consumption
Remedy" and the company claims to
have many recent testimonials from
persons whom they have actually cur cured
ed cured of consumption.
Great indeed must be the demand
for this remedy wherever people are
suffering from this dreadful disease,
consumption. The Magnolia Remedy
Company are shipping this remedy into
nearly every state in the Union, now.
and it has only been on the market a
little over a year.
The company makes the open state statement
ment statement that "consumption can be cured"
by this remedy and that they stand
ready to demonstrate the proposition.
The remedy is sold in $1 and $2 bot bottles,
tles, bottles, which they ship by express ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. This remedy is effective in the cure
of hoarseness, coughs, colds, lagrippe,
pleurisy, pneumonia and all diseases of!
th.- respiratory organs.
For sale at all leading drugstores or
write Magnolia Remedy Company, Si
Augustine, Fla., U. 5. A., Box 734. Ad.
ADVANCE IX AUMEXIA
Iy Kuian Armies, to CouijhJ the
Turks to Fall Back in Thrace
London. July 2C. A dispatch to
the Daily Press from Rome says that
the powers have authorised Russia
to occupy Armenia in order to com compel
pel compel Turkey to withdraw behind the
Enos-Midia line, the new frontier be between
tween between Turkey and Bulgaria as fixed
by the treaty of London.
Of I.lcrtioD In Ocala peel at Tax School
DUtrlot X. 1, Marlon Conntv, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, lo Determine Whether or Xot
Ilontl Shall he Iitnued hjr Maid Dis District
trict District l'urouant to the I'rovinloo of
Article 12 of the Constitution of the
State of Florida and the Amendment
Thereof Adopted at the General Elec Election
tion Election In the Year 1 It 1 2, and the Act
of the Legislature of the State of
Florida, Approved May 16th, 1913.
Notice is hereby given that on -the
Nineteenth (19)- Day of August, 1913,
courthouse iu Ocala Special Tax School
District No. 1. in Marion County, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, there will be held an election to
determine whether or not bonds In the
amount of $75,000 shall be issued by
said district, the proceeds of which
shall be used for the purpose of "build-
inar. enlarging and repairing school
houses in said district and furnishing
the same, and for the payment of all
indebtedness of said district existing
at the time of the issuance of such
bonds and incurred for the exclusive
use of the public free schools therein,"
all such buildings. Improvements and
expenditures to be for the exclusive
use of the public free schools, of said
Done by order of the board of pub public
lic public instruction of Marlon county, state
of Florida, at its rearular meeting on
the ninth (9) of July, 1913.
The following are named as manag managers
ers managers of said election, viz: Isaac Stevens,
T. P. Lancaster, Y. L. Colbert, and D.
Niel Ferguson, clerk.
J. H. BRIXSON,
Secretary of the Board of Public In Instruction.
struction. Instruction. 7-18- 5t wky
The Lazy Man's Garden.
It may be said that shrubbery Is
the lazy man's garden. Once planted
about your home in cool spring weath weather,
er, weather, it stands its own sturdy ground,
calling neither for hoe nor backache.
It defies frost and blossoms perennial perennially,
ly, perennially, independent of your watchful care.
Do You Wear
If you do they should always
In spotless and nicely pressed.
Pressing and cleaning is our
business. Call phone twenty twenty-one.
one. twenty-one. DODSON & RENTZ.
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
in Every Home
Comfort and Safety Atrurcd Before
the Arrival of the Stork.
The old saying what U home wlthoit
a mother should add "Mother's Friend.'
In thousands of American homes there
Is a bottle of this splendid nd famous rem remedy
edy remedy that has aided many a woman through
the trying ordeal, saved hr from sufferlns
and pain, kept her In health of mind and
body In advance of baby's coming and had
a most wonderful influence In developing &
terltny, lovely disposition tn the child.
There Is no other remedy so truly a help
to nature as Mother's Friend. It relieves
the pain and discomfort caused by the
strain on the ligaments, makes pliant those
fibres and muscles which nature Is expand expanding
ing expanding and soothes the Inflammation of breast
Mother's Friend Is an external remedy,
acts quickly and not only banishes all dis distress
tress distress tn advance, but assures a speedy and
complete recovery for the mother. Tbu
the becomes a healthy woman with all her
strength preserved to thoroughly enjoy the
rearing of her child. Mother's Friend caa
be had at any drug store at f 1.00 a bottle,
and Is really one of the greatest blessings
ever discovered for expectant mothert.
Write to Bradfield Regulator Co.. 12S
Lamar B!dg Atlanta, Ga., for thfir free
bock. Write to-day. It Is moot instructive.
CARPENTER AND BUil DER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1913
SATISFIES ALL TASTES
R. C. MUNCASTER
IDEAL MENU FOR TWO PERSONS
IS GIVEN HERE.
BURGLARY, EMPLOYEES LIABILITY
Ocala House Block
F EN LE
.Liberally used with a Fenole Sprayer will destroy and drive from your
home any and all kinds of insects or vermin, such as Flies, Mosquitoes,
Ants, Fleas, Roaches, Bedbugs, etc., without harm to the user, or the
house furniture. Also a sure shot for ticks and flies on cattle. One
thorough application will remove the ticks from cattle without leaving
sores. Will also destroy fleas on dogs while you look. Spray very light lightly,
ly, lightly, holding the sprayer about fifteen inches from the animal.
Ask your dealer for Fenole and do not accept a cheap substitute.
Quart, 75c; half gallon, $1.35; gallon, $2.50. A 5-cent sprayer free with
first gallon order.
Manufactured only by
FENOLE CHEMICAL CO.
T MPA, FLORIDA.
Fop sale by Marion Hardware Co., O. K. Teapot Grocery Co., J. L.
Smith Grocery Co., Court Pha rniacy, and others.
IF. E. IVIcCLArME, IVI. O.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. MCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block. Southwest Corner Public Square.
Where Shall I Go To School ?
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
STANDS FOR REST DEVELOPMENT
OF EODY, MIND AND SPIRIT OF
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ions: Divisions: LIBERAL ARTS; LAW; ENGI ENGINEERING;
NEERING; ENGINEERING; AGRICULTURE; TEACH TEACHERS'
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TION: STATION: EXTENSION DIVISION; GRAD GRADUATE
UATE GRADUATE SCHOOL. 10 new brick build buildings,
ings, buildings, besides gymnasium, swimming
pool and many subsidiary buildings. 61
in faculty and officers. 322 young men
from 45 Florida counties, and 21 states
and foreign countries last session.
TUITION FREE. BOARD AND EN ENTRANCE
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES, $132.50 per year. Write
today for catalogue.
7-24-tf A. A. M UK PUREE, President.
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School with Kindergarten Department,
bchool of Music, School of Art, School
of Expression, Home Economics with
Extension Division Beautiful location
beautiful buildings and first-class
equipment throughout, including gym
nasium and swimming pool. Forty
two members of the faculty and other
officers. Four hundred and thirteen
students from forty-five Florida coun
ties and ten states.
TUITION FREE. BOARD AND EN ENTRANCE
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES, $124 per year. For
EDWARD COXRADI, President.
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Suggestion for Solution of Problem
Which Is One cf the Hardest j
With Which Housewife Has j
One of the difficulties of a family of
two, man and wife, is to prepare a
bill of fare from week to week and
not have to eat the some kind of meat j
several days in succession. If the j
man is not one who works at manual ;
labor he is quite likely to have a
small appetite. The woman does her ;
own housework, perhaps, and she, too,
Is not a large eater. Now a ten-pound j
roast would last two people of thi3
kind much more than a week. To
buy less prevents them securing the
best cut of beef, although when they
buy lamb It is quite possible to get a
good roast much smaller. An excel excellent
lent excellent idea is to lay out a course in ad advance.
vance. advance. Say something like this:
Roast beef one week, lamb the next
week, turkey or chicken or roast pork
the third week, then miscellaneous
dishes the fourth week, like salads
from chicken,, lobster, If not too high,
shrimp, a boiled dinner once. This
would give a change sufficietjto satis
fy most tastes.
Let the roast be, say,. seven or eight
pound sirloin. Have It boned and one
slice of steak cut off of it. The steak
will do for the Sunday dinner, the
bones will make a splendid vegetable
soup for Monday dinner, and by Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday the beef will be ready to roast. It
will surely last the ordinary family of
two Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, and, perhaps, there will be
enough left for a stew on Saturday.
Fish may be served Friday one week.
oysters another Friday in their sea season.
son. season. The second week an eight-pound
leg of lamb will give chops for Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Cut the bones and take them
off both ends of the roast, and a
vegetable stew may be had again
Monday, and the rest the next three
days. So on, with the other meat3
provided for the different weeks. It
is possible and advantageous to use
fish twice during the week. Scal
loped fish makes an excellent dish oc
Of course, the menu that is pre prescribed
scribed prescribed above is meant for dinner
only, whether served at noon or at
night. It is for the man with a lim limited
ited limited income, say from $18 to $30 per
week, where the wife does her own
work. For those of smaller incomes
perhaps roast sirloin is too expensive,
and also roast lamb. Then rib or
rump roast and mutton may be substi substituted.
tuted. substituted. A slice of cold roast beef or
lamb will be acceptable In the morn morning
ing morning often with the egg.
Cold corn beef for an excellent dish
to keep in the pantry in case of un unexpected
expected unexpected demand. It makes a good
relish at night with supper if that
meal is served instead of dinner.
White Rose Cake.
Take the whites of six eggs, one cup
of new milk, two cups of white granu granulated
lated granulated sugar, four cupfuls of flour, two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds of a cupful of butter, flavor flavoring,
ing, flavoring, and two teaspoonfuls of baking baking-powder.
powder. baking-powder. Cream butter and sugar together,
then add the milk part of the flour,
the beaten whites, and then the rest
of the flour. Bake in a round tin.
When cool frost over with white. Be Before
fore Before the frosting is wholly set decorate
the tops and sides of the cake with
roses formed with almonds. At the
time of serving insert in the center of
each of the six top roses a little yel yellow
low yellow candle, the end wrapped in par paraffin
affin paraffin paper, so as to avoid direct con contact
tact contact with the cake. Trails of smilax
about the base add a pretty effect.
Bleach some heads of endive and
arrange them in a mound in the mid middle
dle middle of a dish. Peel some rather large
tomatoes, divide them into sections
and place around the endive. Boil
some eggs very hard and when cold
shell and set them in a mortar, hav having
ing having cut them in halves and scooped
out the yolks, being careful not to
break the whites. Put shrimps or
lobster meat into the mortar with
the yolks and pound to a paste. Fill
the hollows of the whites of the eggs
with the paste, level off at the top
and place around the tomatoes. Strew
I chopped shallot and sweet pepper
over the endive, mix together in equal
proportions oil and vinegar, seasoned
with salt and pepper, and pour over
the salad. Serve at once.
The ola Star
mi s y
Cream two teaspoons of butter and
one of sugar, add one egg well beat beaten.
en. beaten. Mix one cup of coffee and half a
cup of milk, add it alternately with
one and one-half cups of flour mixed
and sifted with one and one-half tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons of baking powder and one-half
teaspoon of salt. Then beat in one
cup of rolled oats. Pour into hot
buttered gem pans and bake twenty
minutes in a hot oven.
We have a large and very choice lot of Summer
Goods remaining on our counters and shelves, and as
our buyer, Frank Gadson, will leave in a few days for
New York to buy the new Fall and Winter stock which
will be the largest and best we have ever carried, we
are compelled to sacrifice these goods, and therefore
offer the remaining summer goods at prices heretofore
unheard of. Regular cut-to-the-quick prices, without
regard to cost.
Men's Straw Hats,
Ladies' Fine Shoes in the smaller sizes.
Big line oi Collars, Shirts. Ties and
Hosiery for Men
Dress Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons, etc.,
for the ladies and many other bargains in all depart departments
ments departments of the store, must go during the next few weeks
to make room for our great stock of new goods soon
F. P. GADSON, Proprietor
And Plenty of It.
Hauteur is what the barber bestows
n a man who won'.: have anything but
A TEAS WONDER
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame
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.
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,
It Would Seem So.
"What do you consider the most im important
portant important even in the history of Paris?"
asked the obsequious landlord of the
American tourist. "Well," replied the
touri ., who had grown weary of dis-
j tributing tips, "so far as financial
prosperity is concerned, I should say
the discovery of America was the
making of this town."
"I must congratulate you, Katie,"
said the lady of the house. "You didn't
break any crockery yesterday." "No,
ma'am," replied the girl. "You see,
I had a bad headache, and didn't feel
very strong yesterday."
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.
Huge Map Is Being Made.
The international map of the world,
j on a scale of 1 to 1.000,000, will, when
completed, eight or ten years hence,
cover a total area of about 130 by 75
j feet, or the surface cf a globe 40 feet
! in diameter.
UNSIGHTLY FACE 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., says: "Had eczema on fore forehead;
head; forehead; Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint Ointment
ment Ointment cared it in two weeks." Guar Guarantee
antee Guarantee 1 to relieve or money refunded.
Price 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co.,
Philadelphia and St. Louis. Sold in
Ocala by Tydings & Co. Adv.
Doubling Human Life.
In 1SCC the public health conditions
of New York were in so 'ow a state
that the average length of life of the
inhabitants was 3J years. In 1912
these conditions of life was 66 years.
Thus the value of human life, reck reckoned
oned reckoned in terms of time alone, had more
than doubled in less than half a cen century.
tury. century. Century.
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
Robins Given Room In Church.
In the pulpit at Colinton parish
church (Midlothian) a robin's nest
was found the other day. The nest
was removed to the church room near nearby,
by, nearby, where the birds will be permitted
to remain and rear their family.
For Cats, 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. Recommended by
Tydings & Co. Adv
Life cf Pearl Oyster.
j The life of a pearl oyster is about
; eight years, but it does not count for
mutu i x source ui pearis, as a ruie.
To Clean a Lace Yoke.
Lace yokes can be cleaned without
removing them from the dresses in
the following manner:
Moisten raw starch with cold water
until it forms a thick paste, and ap apply
ply apply this to the lace. When it has
dried, brush the starch from the yoke
and the lace will appear like new.
RID YOUR CHILDREN OF WORMS
You can change fretful, ill-tempered
children into healthy, happy
youngsters, by ridding them of
"worms. Tossing rolling, grinding of
teeth, crying out while asleep, accom accompanied
panied accompanied with intense thirst, pains in
the stomach and bowels, feverish feverish-ness
ness feverish-ness and bad breath, are symptoms
that indicate worms. Kickapoo Worm
Killer, a pleasant candy lozenge, ex expels
pels expels the worms, regulates the bowels,
restores your children to health and
happiness. Mrs. J. A. Brisbin, of El Elgin.
gin. Elgin. 111., says: "I have used Kicka Kickapoo
poo Kickapoo Worm Killer for years, and en en-tirelv
tirelv en-tirelv rid my children of worms. I
would not be without it." Guaran Guaranteed.
teed. Guaranteed. All druggists, or by mail.
Price 25c. Kickapoo Indian Medi Medicine
cine Medicine Co., Philadelphia and St.
Louis. Sold in Ocala by Tydings &
Why Do We Want Freedom?
What do we want freedom for? That
we may have the best that life can
give us, unshackled by tyrannies of
custom, fashion or prejudice. And how
can we lead a right life unless we
learn its laws and render them faith faith-fu'
fu' faith-fu' obedience? Profoundly wise is the
prayer which addresses God as he
"whose service is perfect freedom."
Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE
j Braised Celery, Milan Fashion.
; Arrange celery on a dish, sprinkle
with grated Parmesan cheese, pour
over melted butter, and bake in a
; brisk oven to a light golden hue.
THE KING OF ALL LAXATIVES
For constipation, headaches, indi indigestion
gestion indigestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's
New Life Pills. Paul Mathulka, of
Buffalo, N. Y., says they are the
'king of all laxatives. They are a
blessing to all my family and I al always
ways always keep a box at home." Get a
box and get well. Price 25c. Rec Recommended
ommended Recommended by Tydings & Co. Adv
"MARION COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis,
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Probate Wm. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, Ocala; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. H.
Brinson, Superintendent, Ocala; B.
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham,
Fort McCoy; W. D. Carn, Ocala.
Submarine telephony has been ac accomplished
complished accomplished ever a r:.tace o: 11
Difference Between Two Words.
j The vast di:Ierei:ce between the
j words -may" ar.d 'shall"' can be fit fit-'
' fit-' tingly described by those who have
gone -before tLe parole beard.
New Kind of Word.
Clyde Corntossel talked about split splitting
ting splitting an infinitive in such a despair
lng way that his parents thought an
infinitive must be some kind of stove