01' ALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 6, 1913
CONGRESSMAN MI SEEMS UHDECIDED BRITIAN'S REAL INTENTIONS
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ILL STREET SUSPECTED
f MORE DIRTY
fl REGARD TO
GIIKAT FINANCIKKS TRYING TO KKKI THKIIl STKAXG LK HOLD
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BEARING UNITED STATES BONDS
Resorting to Disreputable Methods in
Order to Prevent Giving the Peo People
ple People the Needed Relief.
Washington, August 6. Secretary
of the Treasury McAdoo is conduct conducting
ing conducting a quiet investigation to obtain
evidence to sustain his charge that
the recent sharp decline of United
States 2 per cent bonds was due "al "almost
most "almost wholly to what appears to be a
campaign waged with every indica indication
tion indication of concerted action on the part
of a number of influential New York
city banks to cause apprehension and
to help them in their efforts to de defeat
feat defeat the currency bill."
National Bank Examiner Starek,
in New York city, for several days
has been collecting data concerning
purchases and sales of the 2 per cent
bonds by the big banks of New York
with the purpose of determining, it is
understood, whether there has been
any unusual transactions in those se securities.
curities. securities. This movement was induc induced,
ed, induced, it is believed, by the attacks upon
the secretary for expressing the opin opinion
ion opinion of a probable concerted effort in
New York to depress the 2 per cents
and demands for his proof.
Resolutions to investigate the sit situation
uation situation are pending in Congress and
it is thought the secretary is prepar preparing
ing preparing himself for the inquiry if it is
ordered, Starek's report has not yet
Senator Owen expressed surprise
at senator Hitchcock s attitude of
urging delay "without giving a
single reason for his course."
"The bill presented," he added,
"contains no new ideas. Every idea
in it as old as the hills."
He referred to the Bank of Eng England
land England as affording precedents for his
bill and had begun to speak of the
approval of the bill by Prof. Charles
J. Muller of Harvard University,
when, on Senator Hoke's motion, the
vice president ruled him out of or order.
der. order. Democratic leaders were stirred by
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Weirsdale, Aug. 5. Henry Rast,
merchant and postmaster, spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday at Orange Springs, his old home,
E. B. Duncan, our mill man, spent
Sunday in Ocala.
R. H. Gano returned the latter
part of the week, and has resumed
his duties as agent.
It is reported that Wallace Reed
is some little better. He is a very
Mr. Kimball, who is camping and
clearing south of town, is glad to
have his brother with him. The
brother came Sunday.
W. C. Black was in Ocala Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Miss Edith Hilf, of Stewart, Fla.,
came Monday for a visit with Miss
A. A. Bartlett traded in the Brick
City between trains Saturday.
Mrs. A. T. Leavengood and child children,
ren, children, of Ocala, are now occupying
their cottage at Stanton and enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying the lake breeze.
Mrs. George Evans, of Lakeland,
returned home Monday afternoon.
She enjoyed a weeks' visit with her
mother, Mrs. R. A. Weeks, at Stan Stanton.
ton. Stanton. R. F. Gano, who has been acting
agent here in the absence of his
brother, R. II., left Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon for his home at Mascott.
Miss Lottie Black left Friday for
Morriston to be ready for duty. She
is teaching in the extreme east side
of the county. We will miss her
here, but all wish her success in her
The ladies raised and made 92
garments for the Children's Home
Society of Florida. More clothing
will be sent later.
Mrs. Edwin Priest and son are
here visiting Mrs. Priest's mother,
Mrs. V. P. Kelsey, since last Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Word comes from J. M. Douglas
that his wife is not so well, and that
they will likely return home as soon
as she is able for the trip.
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Say He is-Xot Ashamed of His Ike Ike-cord,
cord, Ike-cord, and Will Certainly be a
Candidate in 1U14
Washington, Aug. 4.
Editor Star: Yours ol the 1st
inst. has just reached me. Some
things are mentioned in your letter
which I think I should refer to, and
there are some observations I think
I should make in order that you may
fully understand my position.
In the beginning let me say, that
while I am not loud-mouthed about
it, nor am I forever proclaiming
that I am "for the people," I am nev never
er never afraid to let my every act be bared
to their inspection, nor am I afraid
to submit any issue to the judgment
of the people. It is my good fortune
to be somewhat acquainted with the
good people of Marion county, and I
want to tell you now that I am not
at all fearful of the outcome when I
submit my cause to them. I have
probably been more lied about and
maligned than any man who ever
figured in the politics of Florida.
Only last year the land corporations
in the Everglades and other corpora corporations
tions corporations spending approximately $100, $100,-000
000 $100,-000 to defeat me. You claim to be a
"people's man," and yet you seem to
think Mr. Hilburn would make a.
better representative of "the people"
than I would. I have no quarrel
with Mr. Hilburn at this time, but
are you aware of the fact that every
day of the time that he sat in the
legislature as a representative of
"the people" of Putnam county, he
was the paid division counsel of the
G. S. & F. Railroad Company? I
never did anything like this.
You say, "It would have been no
use for Mr. L'Engle to object to the
printing of your speech, or any other
particular speech, unless he could
have stopped the printing of all such
irrevelant matter." He could stop
"the printing of all such irrelevant
matter," if he would only stay in his
seat and object, as it requires unani unanimous
mous unanimous consent.
Now, as to Claude. I am sorry he
is sick, and to prove this, I will re relate
late relate a little occurrence. After he
came to Washington, I saw him for
the first time in the caucus of House
democrats on March 5th. He look looked
ed looked bad. I went to him and offered to
assist him in any way I could. Later
he sent for me, and asked if there
was not some place he could lie
down and rest.11 I told him he could
lie down in the cloakroom, whereup-
(Concluded on Page Four)
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JBlue Serge Suit of
formerly sold up
tnrmpr v en rf nr.
Don't Give You More for Your Money Than Anyone Else.
"WHY PAY MORE!"
at 49 Cents.
Xaval Stores Men do Xut Know
Whether to Shut Down
Pensacola. Aug. 0. One hundred
naval stores producers from the
Pensacola district of the turpentine
producing belt attended the confer conference
ence conference in Pensacola today, but when
the time came to vote on whether the
industry should be shut down for
the balance of the year to bring
about a betterment of conditions
only thirty-three voted.
The vote stood twenty-nine to
four, in favor of the curtailment of
the output. Ten said they were un undecided.
decided. undecided. A majority had left the
convention hall before the time came
HORSOX'S HIGH HOPES
To Keep Up All Sober by Legal
Washington, Aug. 6. A constitu constitutional
tional constitutional amendment prohibiting the
sale of all alcoholic beverages was
proposed in a resolution introduced
yesterday by Representative Hobson
Pictures promptly and cheaply
framed by fhe Murray Co. S-2-3t
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GOYERXMEXT ISX'T PERFECT
Siv Months Trial Has Produced Three
Pensacola, Aug. 6. This city has
had commission form of government
less than half a year and it has re resulted
sulted resulted in at least three things: An
election scandal, including indict indictment
ment indictment of one commissioner and a
registration officer, together with
some twelve other citizens; an in investigation
vestigation investigation which led ui to these ar arrests,
rests, arrests, and the threat to form a good
government league to watch the city
BIG XAVY SAYS BRITTEX
Iniperatively Xecessary to Compete
With Foreign Armaments
Washington, Aug. 5. An emerg emergency
ency emergency anDrouriation "sufiieientlv larse
to begin immediate construction
three additional battleships of the;limt UdU 1Ui llia"- caia ucc" Sl41
dreadnought type," was asked for in
a resolution introduced yesterday by
Representative Britten of Illinois.
. The resolution declares in a pre-l
amble that the administration ap
parently has been unable to cope cope-with
with cope-with the unsettled relations with
Japan and Mexico and declares it is:in UJj0n reI)orts that the new I)lans
imperative to begin construction of v,ere aimed at the Moroe doctrine,
additional-battleships to prepare theirecalls that Bermuda was British be be-United
United be-United States for the contingency of j fore tne nvoe doctrine existed and
OPEX DAY AXH siGni
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches ;
at any hour. Adv. i
Phone 24 1 for prompt and accur accurate
ate accurate night prescription service. Gerig's
drug store. Adv. S-4
Fresh buttermilk every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore. 6-24-tf
Use our Want Ads. for results
A X.W.lL STATIOX THAT WAS
XY YERS AGO
ABANDONMENT IS ill ERROR
Bermuda Has Keen Britis.Ii for Over
Two Centuries, ami Britain Doesn't
Desire to Interfere With the Mon Monroe
roe Monroe Ikictrine.
London, Aug. 6. The Washington
reports of Great Britain's intention,
to establish a naval base in Bermuda
are regarded by the London press as
reflecting a misconception in Amer America
ica America of the admiralty's plans.
It is admitted that the British
squadron at Bermuda will be In Increased
creased Increased to four armored cruisers with
a rear-admiral in command and a
dockyard and coaling station will.be
established. It is- declared, however
that this is merely to remedy a mis mistake
take mistake that was made under Admiral
Fiher"s regime and for the very
natural purposes of affording great-
er protection to British shipping
which makes use of
Under Lord Fisher's naval redis-
0fjtribution scheme a number of ships
It?-m3'1 at Rormnda vi-oro ronollon t rt
L Ll k V AAA U t-. M V V. W V- U h
home waters. The four cruisers
which will now be sent there will not
be on permanent station, but will re return
turn return home every summer for maneu maneuvers.
vers. maneuvers. The Daily Telegraph in comment-
tnat it oecanie a coanng station ior
- the royal navy in regular use as
earlv as 1S68.
Tulula Lodge Xo. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in
Ycnges Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with U3.
G. L. Taylor, X. G.
! W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.
' Bouquet Jeanice, a new perfume,
just in. $1 an ounce. Gerig's drug
By F. R. MORGAN
(Copy right, 1913, Joseph B. Bowles)
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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1913
I OCALA OCCURRENCES J
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Mr. Xi. .T. Hickson of Mcintosh
was in town today.
Mr. W. J. McCrainey of Wildwood
was in town today.
Mr. Troy Hall came up yesterday
from his turpentine stMl near Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood to transact business in town.
Mr. William Hocker left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon in his big car for a trip to
Mr. Henry Gus, a clever young
business man from Jacksonville, has
a position with Cam & Thomas.
Mr. R. L. Keating returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Daytona Beach, leaving
Mrs. Keating with his parents at that
pleasant summer resort.
Mr. and Mrs.S. J. McCully of Ber Berlin
lin Berlin were in the city yesterday. Mrs.
McCully was on her way for a visit
to friends at E vinston.
Mr. S. E. Frasef, the efficient car
inspector of the L. C. L., has been
on the sick list for the past few
rfavs hut Jc nntc ahlo f r tin
JMessrs. M. L. Payne, F. E. Smoak,
H. W. Nettles, J. D. Mlxon and J. L.
"Beck, all good farmers of the Fair Fair-"
" Fair-" field section, greeted the Star yes yes-r
r yes-r terday.
Enjoy outdoor life without tan and
freckles. Rexall cold cream insures
your complexion. Get it at .Gerlg's
Mr. J. 31. Fennell, the mechanic
and farmer, brought to the Board of
Trade today a sample of genuine,
old-fashioned chicken corn. A full
description of the advantages of this
aseful grain will appear tomorrow.
One of the most common ailments
that hard working people are afflict afflicted
ed afflicted with is lame back. Apply Cham Cham-berlalii's
berlalii's Cham-berlalii's Liniment twice a day and
massage the parts thoroughly at each
application, and you will get quick
.relief. "For sale by all dealers. Adv.
AT THE TEMPLE THIS EVENING
j "Bull Fighting in France." Pathe
j "Dances of the Ages." Edison.
j "Alkali Ike" in "The Same Old
Story." Essanay comedy.
! "The King and the Coppers." Bio-
1 graph comedy.
Mr. D. G. Watkins,' county com commissioner
missioner commissioner from Dunnellon joined the
Board of Trade at the meeting of
the Board of Governors la3t night.
J He was a welcome addition to the
j board, and sets an excellent example
The Board of Governors of the
; Board of Trade held a long session
J last night, and discussed many im important
portant important subjects. The meeting; night
has been changed to Tuesday, 6a ac ac-j
j ac-j count of so many members beldug beldug-jing
jing beldug-jing to the K. of P. A number of
'subjects were taken up and put in
shape for submission to the regular
meeting of the Board of Trade, which
will be held next Wednesday eve evening.
ning. evening. Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a
i new hotel; has all modern conven-
iences; 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
If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer bargains in
Choice Properties :
.in uim Mcdiy
From 9 to 10 o'clock in
Size 27x51 inches, a 50c value, at
Only One Rug to a Customer.
We will have enough for all who come in
during the sale hour.
LOOK IN THE WINDOW.
9 4 4
SCOUTS IX NEW SUITS
Many people were impressed Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening by the appearance on the
streets of several boy scouts in their
new suits, which were very neat and
At the meeting of the scouts, how however,
ever, however, the boj's were instructed by
Secretary Rooney to leave off their
suits until the 19th, when the scouts
are expected to do their first public
work in bringing out voters for
bonds for the school buildings.
At the meeting of the scouts were
present a number of the boys, and
Messrs. W. D. Carn, J. E. Chace and
J. D. Rooney. All these gentlemen
made encouraging talks to the boys,
and Mr. Rooney read a letter to
them from Rev. Bunyan Stephens, to
whom the scouts extended a vote of
Mr. C. P. Howell has returned
from a monXhs absence in Virginia,
where he lias peen looking after his
contracting business there. Mr. How
ell is very aturcfi in love with his
Ocala home and spends as much Une
here as he can possiblyspare."
Mr. Otis F. Landers, wno has Deen
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miles Landers for several weeks, left
last night for Quincy, where he has
been in the newspaper and printing
business for the past several years.
Mr. Landers has leased the Enter Enterprise
prise Enterprise and job printing office at
Gretna, and will move the plant to
Quincy. He will open the office and
issue the paper from there on Sep September
tember September 1st. Mr. Landers is well
known in extreme West Florida. He
was postmaster at Havana for some
time, has published two papers there,
ran for the legislature and wa3 third
of seven candidates and has many
friends there who will assist him to
make a success of his venture. Otis
i3 an Ocala boy, has often worked in
the Star office and this paper takes a
pride in his success.
THE PERKINS REUNION
The annual reunion of the Per Perkins,
kins, Perkins, in honor of Grandma Perkins,
will be held at the family home east
of the Oklawaha tomorrow.
Mr. F. W. Ditto returned yesterday
afternoon from a visit to his
brother, Mr. Raiford Ditto, in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mr. Ditto is much improv improved
ed improved and will leave in a few days for
the mountains to recuperate.
the morning we will
OCALA WILL HAVE
Manager Bennett of the Temple j
theater has after considerable hard!
work secured the much-talked of
moving pictures with the "talk" at attachment
tachment attachment for Friday night of next
These kinetophone pictures are the
result of several years' study of thej
electrical wizard, Thomas A. Edi
son, and they have only been in op
eration for the past two months in
the larger cities.
The patrons of
the Temple ares
fortunate in being able to see and
hear this wonderful invention. The
name of the play to be reproduced
has not yet been announced.
WET OR DRY
This burning question is up before
the commissioners, and it is proba probable
ble probable that the petition for an election
will not be fully considered before
tomorrow, as every name is carefully
scrutinized by both sides
Very few names have been reject-
ed, so far. The supervisor of regis registration
tration registration says he has little doubt that
the drys have names enough.
In addition to Mr. L. N. Green,
who has represented them in the last
two campaigns, the drys have secur secured
ed secured the services of that veteran and
deeply learned practitioner, Mr. R.
L. Anderson. Mr. Edwin Spencer
represents the wets, and Mr. Will William
iam William Hocker counseled the commis commissioners,
sioners, commissioners, but there was little for him
to do after the first few hours.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie
Try BLOCK'S GRAHAM
20c per lb.
We carry very complete stock of
Frank E. Block's Crackers and Cakes
in Bulk and Packages. All 10c pack packages,
ages, packages, 3 for 25c; all 5c packages, 6
There is none Better than BLOCK'S.
Cam -Thomas Co.
MANY NEW MOOSE
The Moose lodge is going right
ahead since it moved into its club
house. In the last month, 90 appli-
cations have been received, 54 of
which have been voted on favora favorably.
bly. favorably. There will be great work for
the goat tomorrow night.
SOLD THREE FORDS
j Mr. Bruce Meffert, local agent for
j the Ford automobile, has sold three
of these popular cars this week,
which are the first cars he has been
able to get from the factory in two
months or more. The purchasers of
the new cars are Mr. D. S. Williams
and Mr. C. B. Strickland of Ocala
and Mr. W. J. Crosby of Citra. Mr.
Meffert has sold more cars this year
than any other dealer in Ocala, de
spite the fact that he has been una
be to get as many as he could dis
Mr. Joe T. Taylor called at the
Star office today and says that the
i suicide of Mr. Knode last week did
not take place on his farm, but on
the adjoining one.
CHAPTER NO. 13. R. A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets In
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
j welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Next meeting, Friday night, Aug. 8.
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge, Xo. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of EIks. meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad
KNIGHTS OF PYTHI1S
Ocala Lodge Xo. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkin3, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. 5. Ad.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
J. E. CHACE
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
L. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
51. C. IZLAR
Office Law Library Building
J. G. PURVIS
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambllss Bank Building
CARPENTER AND BUII DER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor In the city.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If, 1913
business afjrozjrown some-
Have a business of your own some day, so that
you may enjoy a comfortable old age; there is one
way to do it: Bank your money now. Let your ac account
count account grow; then some day, you will be prepared to
take A GOOD BUSINESS CHANCE or to invest
your money in a paying business. The man who
has a business of his own first banked his money and
then helped to make his bank account GROW.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
Florida Rye and
We have just bought 3,000 bushels of the 90-day
or Burt OATS, grown in Florida, and 600 bushels of
Florida RYE. We went through Madison county
and selected the nicest Oats and Rye grown in the
county. If you expect to plant either Oats or Rye,
you had better buy early, or arrange for them, as
they are very scarce and the price will be much
Ocala Seed Stare.
"an honest man may have a bad title through no fault of his own"
"a good man does not always mean a good title
"men pass away, titles run on forever."
"an abstract of title is the only means by which you can determine
whether you are buying land or a lawsuit"
Liberally used with a Fenole Sprayer will destroy and drive rrom 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 fo ticks and flies on cattle. One
thorough application will remove the ticks from cattle without leaving
sores. Will also destroy fleas on jdogs 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; gallo $2.50. A 5-cent sprayer free with
fiiEt gallon order.
Manufactured only by
FENOLE CHEMICAL CO.
For sale' by Marion Hardware Co., O. K. Teapot Grocery Co., J. L.
Smith Grocery Co., Court Pharmacy, and other.
90 Day Seed Oats
florida title and abstract co.
,AD GROUNDS HAMPERED
! OUR BASEBALL BOYS
Fiit Game Lot to Clearwater by
One to Five
Clearwater, August 5. Ocala lost
to Clearwater by the score of 5 to 1.
It had not rained that day, but;
the diamond was slippery and soggy,'
and many a nice clean suit changed!
McReynolds, first runner
Clearwater, was out, third
Bennett walked. Kirk hit a ground grounder
er grounder to third, who fumbled. Count hit
a fly to right field but Bennett was
out at home. T. Howell went
second to first.
Smith led off for Ocala and struck it being that the board should erect
out. Jewett went out, third to first, thereon a brick school building to
and Bans ended the inning with accost not less than $5,000. It will be
grounder to pitcher. ja fine plan to have a school house in
In the second, Ocala started the this section, for many children can
scoring. With one down, Brown attend there who would have more
walked, stole second and went to j than a mile to walk to the present
third on a passed ball. Davis struck school buildings and some of them
out but C. Chazal came to the rescue two miles. Mr. Seymour says there
with a fly over second, scoring
Ocala did not score another run in
the game, Clearwater's left-handed
pitcher being a new one to them.
In their half of the third Clearwa Clearwater
ter Clearwater scored three runs. McReynolds
was hit," Bennett advanced him to
third with a sacrifice. Kirk hit a fast
grounder to short, who fumbled, Mc-
Reynolds scoring. Kirk went to fore the council and asked that the
third on a passed ball and scored on electric current for street lights be
Count's hit to left field. T. Howell furnished by Jie city. The posts and
hit to short, who threw low to first, 'installation of these lights are fur fur-Count
Count fur-Count scoring. jnished by the private parties at their
In the sixth Clearwater made the own expense, and Mr. Strauss re re-score
score re-score four. .With two down C. How-'quested that the city bear the entire
ell was hit, McMullen hit over sec- expense of the electricity used in in-ond
ond in-ond and McReynolds scored C. How- stead of only half as at present. Re Re-ell
ell Re-ell with a .grounder to center. jferred to the light and water corn corn-Again
Again corn-Again in the ninth Clearwater put mittee.
over a score. Bennett walked, Kirk j Fire Chief Chambers appeared be be-went
went be-went out, second to first. Count 'f0re the council and requested that
went out on a grounder to the pit- J "Rastus," a colored boy who had
cher. T. Howell hit a two-bagger been around the fire station for some
10 center, scoring tsenneti. uaugn- years, and was thoroughly familiar
erty ended the inning with a ground-1 witti a great deal of the work con con-er
er con-er to second. inected therewith, be allowed $10 a
Among the honorable mentions at m0nth for services. He stated that
bat were C. Chazal and Sanford V-Rastus" could also attend to the
Jewett, who hit the ball every time j duties of janitor at the city hall. Re Re-they
they Re-they came up, Jewett making three jferred to fire committee for recom recom-hits
hits recom-hits and Chazal three hits and a mendation.
scratch E B H. Hackblack, colored, made ap-
A GOOD IDEA
Secretary Rooney proposed to the
commissioners yesterday that the
board establish a free dipping vat
for cattle, and the members received
the proposition favorably.
have not voted on it yet, but they
couldn't put public money to a much
better use. On another page will be
found an article from the depart department
ment department of agriculture which has a
bearing on the subject. If a vat is
established in this county, it will be
located at the fair grounds.
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 Carmichael,
chael, Carmichael, Ocala; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff-
Board Public Instruction J. H.
Brinson, Superintendent, Ocala; B.
R. Blitch, Elitchton; J. S. Grantham,
Fort McCoy; W. D. Carn, Ocala.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
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. Sage, Secretary. Ad
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Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in internally
ternally internally and externally. Price 25c.
Anderson Stoops, of Indiana, who
was here about 18 months ago to
visit his son, O. C. Stoops, died at,
the soldiers home in Marion, Ind.,
on the 14th of May, where he had
been taken. Mr. Stoops was on a
train when taken ill, and being an
old G. A. R. veteran, and near the
home, the trainmen sent him to this
place for care. Mr. Stoops was near
70 years of age at the time of his
death. Summerfield Chronicle.
3Iinister Praises This Laxative
Rev. H. Stubeenvol of Allison, la.,
in praising Dr. King's New Life Pills
for constipation, writes:" Dr. King's
New Life Pills are such perfect pills
no home should be without them."
No better regulator for the liver and
bowels. Every pill guaranteed. Price
23 cents at Tydings & Co. Adv
IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Donated a Five Acre Tract to the
County Board for a Primary
Building in the North End
The members of the county school
board, at Mr. B. H. Seymour's invi-i
tation, went out with him this morn-'
ing to look over the beautiful flvej
acre tract in the Seymour addition,!
which he proposed to donate to the j
school board free of cost if they I
would build a ward school house oni
same. The board was very much
pleased with the location and voted!
j unanimously to accept Mr. Seymour's
'gift, the only condition attached to
are twenty-five children north of
the site on the Anthony road alone.
At the regular meeting of the city
council last evening all members
were present except Councilmen
Bennett, Carmichael and Taylor.
Mr. Maurice Strauss appeared be-
j plication for appointment as special
j policeman for Jacobsville and Tuck Tuck-iertown,
iertown, Tuck-iertown, claiming that there were
i many infringements upon the city
(Ordinances in those sections that
.went unpunished on account of in-
isnfflpipnt nnllri nffi rorc T?ofor-ror1 tn
I police committee.
The Woman's Club requested that
it oe turnisned with the proper
grades for streets and sidewalks ad adjoining
joining adjoining its property on Oklawaha
avenue and Seminole street. The
sidewalk at this point is about two
feet below the street level, and it is
a question as to where is the proper
building grade. Referred to the
street committee with instructions to
A communication from Mrs. C. R.
Tydings as member of the civic com
mittee of the Woman's Club, request
ing the city to repair the street run running
ning running from the Silver Springs road to
Oklawaha avenue, was referred to
the street committee with power to
On motion it was ordered that the
salaries of all city officials be paid
twice a month.
Permission was allowed Mr. E. E.
Robinson to make alterations on
building at 17 north Main street in
compliance with existing ordinances.
Permission was granted Mr. J. D.
McCaskill to make changes in the
brick building on north Magnolia St.
occupied by the furniture store of
McLaughlin & Tolar.
Application of R. E. Koonce for
position as policeman was referred
to police committee.
Chairman of council and city clerk
reported that they had, upon instruc instruction
tion instruction of the council and advice of the
attorneys selected by the council, de
livered to the Ocala Water Company
check for $42,230.91, in payment of
the waterworks, deed to which was
now in possession of the city. It was
ordered that the deed with the opin opinions,
ions, opinions, etc., of the attorneys on this
subject be recorded in the minutes
cf the meeting.
Fire Chief Chambers filed an in inventory
ventory inventory of the property of the city
now located at the fire station.
Mr, R. A. Burford's bill for ser
vices in passing upon deeds, etc.,
connection with the transfer of the
water works to the city, amounting
to $400, was referred to the finance
A communication from Mr. Weath Weathers
ers Weathers regarding the growth of weeds
in the vacant space between the side sidewalks
walks sidewalks and curbs, was referred to the
On motion it was ordered that the
Seaboard Air Line Railroad be no notified
tified notified to'put in crossings forty-five
feet wide across its tracks on South
First. South Second and South Third
A communication from residents of
the third ward recommended that the
two blocks on South First street from
Pine street to the Seaboard railroad
A bank account is a friend that you can turn to
with an assurance of assistance if out of employment,
in ill health or if for any other reason you should
want those things that money can secure. There is
a splendid feeling of independence in it that makes
one feel the equal of any man.
THE OCALA NATIONAL
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
tracks be graded and surfaced with
lime stone, was granted.
It was also ordered that the streets
above referred to for crossings at
the Seaboard railroad be cleared and
put in condition for traffic.
On motion of Councilman Weihe,
sidewalks were ordered built on both
sides of Pine street from. South
street to South First street.
It was ordered that $1000 be
transferred from the electric light
fund to the general fund.
On motion of Councilman Living Livingston
ston Livingston it was ordered that Police Ser Sergeant
geant Sergeant Fomby be asked to resign as
a member of the police force.
The salary of sanitary inspector
was raised $10 per month.
The mayor's message did not show
ORLANDO IS IN ERROR
Abandons Popular Government for
Orlando, Aug. 6. By a large ma
jority the voters of Orlando yester yesterday
day yesterday ratified a commission charter to
become effective January 1, 1914.
The Best Hot Weather Tonic
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC enriches the
blood, builds up the whole system and wjll won wonderfully
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Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
WANTED Stenographers, clerks,
for railway work, bookkeepers, sales salesmen,
men, salesmen, chefs, electricians. Address
217 Heard Bank Building, Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Fla. 8-4-6t
FOR RENT Half of a large
house, four rooms' on first floor, on
south Fourth street, east; also the
Thomas cottage on corner of Orange
avenue and south Fourth street. Ap
ply at 310
S. Main street.
FOR SALE 1913 4hp. Indian
motorcycle. Cheap for cash. H. S.
TURTLES I want to get a few
dozen newly-hatched soft-shell tur
tles. I pay $2 per dozen for them
H. W. Aitken, 2020 Arch street, Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, Pa., S-4-6t
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
FARM FOR SALE Splendid farm
of 4 0 acres near Ocala; new 2-story,
7-room house; servants' house and
all necessary outbuildings; good wa water;
ter; water; land all cleared and under fence;
shade trees around house; a number
of bearing pear trees. Price $3000.
Terms on application to "Farmer,"
care Star. 7-29-3t
FOR SALE Suite of bedroom fur furniture,
niture, furniture, bureau, wash stand, bed, mat mattress
tress mattress and springs, art square, two
small rugs, toilet set, etc.; good as
new; will be sold cheap. Address,
"J. C." care Star. 7-29-6td
FOR SALE Good farm with im implements,
plements, implements, etc., complete, can be had
at reasonable price. Owner cannot
attend to same on account of other
interests. Address "H." in care of
Ocala Star. 7-29-2tw
FOR SALE 350 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 Dunnellon.
nellon. Dunnellon. For information write J. G.
Baskin, Dunnellon, Fla. 7-22-121
LOST A gold bar pin, heavily
engraved on each end with a square
;of solid goli? also engraved in center.
Finder will be suitably rewarded by
returning same to D.
to this office- S-l-6t
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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.
W. Clyatt. ;
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Superintendent Water Works .!.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve-"
Street Commissioner R obert
An elegant line of lawyers' mana mana-script
script mana-script covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
"I was cured of diarrhoea by one
dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes M.
E. Gebhardt, Oriole, Pa. There Is
nothing better. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv.
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If you do they should always
be spotless and nicely pressed.
Pressing and cleaning is
Call phone tvrenty-
ID0DS0N & RENTZ. f
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CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 40 OCALA, FLA.
Mountain and Seashore
Atlantic Coast Line
nOUXI TRIP RATES FROM OCALA
Washington, D. C $?0.80
Richmond, jVa 18.80
Norfolk, Va 18.80
RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE TO
Chattanooga, Tenn $13.80
JIammoth Cave, Ky 17.95
Wilmington, X. C. 12.00
Monteagle, Tenn ,15.05
AND MANY OTHER POINTS
Tickets Sold August 13th Only
For .information and reservations
call on M. R. Williams, Ticket Agent,
J. G. KIRKLAXD, D. P. A.f Tampa.
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., Jacksonville.
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THE OCA LA EVEM.nO STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1C13
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
. IilTTINGEIl i CAIiHOLL, PROPRIETORS
It. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. R. Renjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
One year, in advance .$5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance 50
One year, in
' with you about our needs for the ;
convention. Finances are at a low j
je'-b. as you know. She raised a small'
jsun: of money in Palatka which will;
jhelp us out. but Mr. Henderson is j
handicapped in his work for lack of.
the wherewithal to pay for printer's
ink and other necessities. Can you'
help us oat? Mr. Henderson will be;
iglad to communicate his plans to you j
j and knowing your activity in all j
j matters pertaining to the welfare of
Florida we shall be pleased to nave
your cooperation and suggestions at
11 times, sincerely yours,
Duncan U. Fletcher.
Six months, in advance 4.25
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CZARS ARE ALWAYS SENSITIVE
It is a natural result of autocratic
governments that the heads thereof
are always supersensitive to critic criticism.
ism. criticism. They sniff up flattery like it
was attar of roses, but they can't
stand it to have anything said or
printed, whether true or false, that
is uncomplimentary to them. They
punish criticisms of their acts with
stripes and chains and sometimes
death. Their course thru the ages
Is an everlasting warning to repub republicans
licans republicans against anything that savors
of the suppression of popular government.
- In the United States, we have
bosses that are as sensitive to crit criticism
icism criticism as ever were the tyrants of
Europe or Asia. They punish to the
extent of their little authority those
who do not kowtow to them.
The Star is impatient of bosses.
Even a good boss is not an admira admirable
ble admirable institution.
Every public official will be a boss
if he has things too much his own
way. It is good to criticize them oc
casionally, to let them know they are
the servants of the people.
It is one of the peculiarities of hu human
man human nature that a public official
that a newspaper praises often for
his good work, will sometimes be become
come become very wrathy if it criticises him
for something that is not good.
Statesmen and even broadgauge
politicians have come to understand
that newspapers are not personal in
their criticisms. In its discussion of
public mattevs and public men. the
Star would rather speak well than
ill of anyone or anything. And it
never intends to.be personal.
At the same time:
The editor of the Star is always
personally responsible for anything
' he writes. So if any unreasonable
person insists on making a personal
miles from DeLand. Today he has
one of the most prosperous looking
places in 'olusia county. His wife
and children are well and hearty.
He says. He is making money. He
looks prosperous. Grant Logue is a
typical yankee and is making one
of the show places of Volusia coun county:
ty: county: That's industry.
WHAT1 CREDIT ?
Credit is the real function of banking. It is the backbone of every busines s
community and the prosperity we enjoy as a nation would be impossible without it
The individual's credit with his fellow businessman must necessarily be
based, first, upou his visible worldly means: second, upon his business ability;
third, upon his personal honesty.
From this, you will readily realize the advantage of establishing firm busi-
ness relations with this strong, sound institution. There are many ways thi
bank can serve you, other than safeguarding your money.
OCALA S WATER OUTLET
The following letter from Senator
Fletcher to Mr. J. D. Rootfey, who in
addition to being secretary of the
Marion County Board of Trade, is
vice president for Florida of the
Mississippi to Atlantic Waterways
Association, is of particular interest
at this time. This great waterways
movement, in which Florida's senior
senator has taken a leading part, has
promise in it of most effectual aid to
our city's greatest hope for more
equitably freight rates. It will pay
our people, not only of the city, but
the entire region, to give it all the
encouragement and substantial aid in
Washington, August 5, 1913.
Mr. J. D. Rooney, Vice President
Mississippi to Atlantic 'Inland
Waterway Association, Ocala,
My dear Mr. Rooney: As the time
is drawing near when we must pre prepare
pare prepare for the annual convention of
the Mississippi to Atlantic Inland
Waterway Association, to be held as
you know, in Palatka and Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville in November, I want to ask your
assistance in helping to make this
meeting a great success.
As vice president for Florida of
our -organization I know you are
deeply interested in the project for
which we are working, namely, the
ultimate connection of the Atlantic
and gulf coasts of Florida by means
of a canal across the upper penin-
In connection with this letter from I
Senator Fletcher, the president ofj
the Mississippi to Atlantic Inland'
Waterway Association. 1 hope many j
of our good citizens will respond by j
taking individual membership which
cost S5. Firms or corporations $10.
This is reasonable, and when we stop
to consider what Senator Fletcher
says about our recent action with re
gard to municipal terminals at Silver'
Springs, which links us with the St.
Johns river and the whole proposed
intracostal waterway, we should be
up and doing to get our share in
this great movement." Think what
this canal means to Marion county!
Then let us rally to the financial sup-1
port of this organization. I will bej
glad to accept memberships, or you i
can forward direct to Mr. L. J. Hen-j
derson, secretary, Pensacola. Now
don't let Marion fall behind in this
great deep water project. Now is
the time to act. This will settle the
great and vexing problem of freight
rates for Ocala. Let us go to Palat Palatka
ka Palatka in a strong phalanx in November
and attend the waterway convention,
which will be held Nov. 17-18, and
then wind up at Jacksonville with a
great joint meeting with the Atlantic'
to the Gulf Deep Waterway Associa Association.
tion. Association. We can get more from this or organization
ganization organization than many of us ever con contemplated.
templated. contemplated. This is no idle dream but
a concrete fact, right here at our
door. Will we push it up, or grasp
the opportunity? Rally now.
J. D. Rooney, Vice-Pres.
iiitroe & Cttamfeliss Bank
General Building Contractors
BUILDING IMA.TEIRIA.IL, 5
Rlock North East of Postoffice,
303 North Osceola Street.
COXC.'IIKSSMAX FRANK CLARK
(Continued from First Page)
I shall not again submit to. I shall
permit no man to lie on and slan slander
der slander me with impunity as some of
them have done on occasions in the
past. My family is now grown up.
My reputation among my fellows is
about all I have to leave my child children,
ren, children, and I shall not permit a lot of
demagogic blatherskites to destroy
it. These remarks refer to what has
occurred. I trust nothing of this
kind will occur in the future.
Any man has a right to oppose me.
All I ask is that he do it in a decent
way. My campaigns are open and
above board. They shall always be.
I have written this to you indiv individually
idually individually in order that you might un understand
derstand understand me. I am not writing this
for publication, because I have not
the time to engage in any newspa-
matxer out ot anytning mat appears sula as a vital link in the Boston and
in the paper, will they please call onRio Grande intracoastal waterwav
him. He is always easy to find.
MR. CLARK'S LETTER
AVe publish Congressman Clark's
letter, as it is of public interest, and
altho, as he says, it was not written
for publication, he gave us permis permission
sion permission to make use of it as we saw fit.
It reads considerably better than his
which is being worked out as rapidly
as may be.
The people of Ocala, who organiz organized
ed organized a branch of our association sev several
eral several years ago, must appreciate what
this will ultimately mean to their
city, county and section and ought to
be willing to aid you and all of us
who are joining hands in this cause,
to keep the' movement alive and to
the front as it is in every other part
on he asked me to help him get backll,er controversy at this time.
The Star doesn't intend to oppose, 0f the United State
Mr. Clark for Congress because he is
Clark. If prefers to support a bet better
ter better man, but it is not going to sup support
port support a worse one simply to beat
Clark. We will adjourn the discus discussion
sion discussion till the campaign opens, mean meantime
time meantime Mr. Clark is no worse off for
knowing what hi3 constituents really
think of him.
3IORE IN THE MAN"
"The following from the DeLand
is'ews is another proof of Lanier's
sayings, that there is more in the
man than in the land. It also proves
the advantages of Florida:
Does farming pay in this section
of Florida? asks a northern sub subscriber.
scriber. subscriber. Well, that depends. Some
fellows lose monex counterfeiting.
Some wreck banks trying to run 'em.
Some men make a good living at the
grocery business, or the dairy busi
ness, or the livery business. And
some make money farming. Two or
three years ago a man came to De De-Land
Land De-Land from Pennsylvania. He had a
little money, a sick wife and seven
children. He bought a tract o!
land on the Daytona road, in the
..edge of the flat woods, about three
I hope the Board of Trade will
take the matter up with you in active
fashion and let us give a good,
strong push together at the coming
convention. You ought to be able to
bring a big delegation to this meet meeting
ing meeting which is so near to Ocala that ev every
ery every member of your board should at attend.
tend. attend. And then go on with us to
Jacksonville for the final joint ses session
sion session with the Atlantic Deeper Wa Waterway
terway Waterway Association which meets there
two days after opening our conven convention.
tion. convention. A splendid program has been
arranged by the Atlantic coast peo people.
ple. people. Now we must show them that
we of the gulf coast are not asleep.
We must show them that we are "on
the job" at our end of the line and
as earnest in advocating our water waterway
way waterway as they are theirs. I rely on you
to help us.
Your recent action with regard to
Silver Springs, is in keeping with the
movement all over the country to ac acquire
quire acquire terminals to match govern government
ment government improvements on waterways.
By means of Silver Springs run you
are linked to the St. Johns and this
whole proposed system.
Mrs. Henry, our field secretary,
tells me that she has had some talk
there. I did this, and as he wanted
something to eat, I called a page and
sent him for a waiter from the
House restaurant. It had been de-!
cided by the caucus, just before we
went to the cloakroom, to elect by
ballot three (o) democratic members
of the ways and means committee.
There were five or six candidates and
only three to be elected. Claude ask asked
ed asked me to write his ticket. He said
he had "heard of a fellow named
Collier" and thought he would like
to vote for him. I wrote Collier's
name and asked for the other two.
He said, "Well, I don't know them,
you just put down whom you please."
I then wrote the names of Eartlett
and Stanley, and at L'Engle's re request,
quest, request, put his ticket in the basket.
Don't you think it strange that this
"uncompromising progressive" should
call on one whom he styles a "reac "reactionary"
tionary" "reactionary" to fix his ballot in so im important
portant important a matter? But listen; Mr.
RARGAIN IN RtTLDING 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, North Magnolia
street, with A. C. L. railway on rear.
Will sell either or both at big bar- i
gain and easy payments. Apply at
Star office or to R. R. Carroll, tf I
TO THE CITIZENS OF OCALA
The State Board of Health in order
to place Ocala in the registration dis
trict, demands that all deaths and i
births be reported promptly to the
city clerk. Doctors, mid-wives,
nurses, undertakers or even the
Ocala Board of Health.
Taylor, of Colorado, an old member, jnead of famiiies are expected to co co-offered
offered co-offered the resolution in the caucus. . ... .
, , . i operate in this movement. A failure
which arranged for giving new
members committee assignments. Mr.t0 do this m result in the arrest
Underwood and every old member! ana nmng ot any or ail persons in-
voted for it. There was not one ob
jection to it from any source. L'En
gle never opened his mouth in that;
caucus on any subject, and yet, in a!
few days, here comes "Dixie" load-j
ed with a story of how L'Engle went
into that caucus and figuratively took
Underwood and all the old-timers by
the throat and made them treat the
new members fairly! What do you
think of this? I could cite a num number
ber number of the same kind of perform performances,
ances, performances, but "life is too short."
As to what I have done since I
have been here, the Record will
speak, and I shall let the people
hear in due season. If I live, I
shall be a candidate next year, no
matter who may run, or how many
there may be. I shall run on the re record
cord record I have made, and shall appeal
to the reason of decent people. I
shall not become a crinsin? row-
ran- demagogue In order to retain aE X( iS' ElZ
seat in Congress. There is one thing Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
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Hot Cross Buns, Oven Scones, Zwieback, Cinnamon
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Savarine, Rum sauce, Brioche, Bohemian Houska,
and many other recipes and suggestions.
Just phone us for the book or tell the hoys on .the wagons that
you want one. If you are a customer or not, the book Is here for
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 Sec'y-Mrs.
Mrs. Sec'y-Mrs. A. E. Burnett,
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Moose
building. Visiting brothers are in invited
vited invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1913
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such today-such a universal food?
People ate soda crackers in the
old days, it is true but they
bought them from a barrel or
box and took them home in a
paper bag, their crispness and
flavor all gone.
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better than any ever made before
made in the greatest bakeries
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packed to perfection kept to
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oven-fresh and crisp, from their
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FOKT KING BLOCK OCALA. FLORIDA
Candler, Aug. 4 C. A. Elliott, the
live wire in the Quick mercantile
firm, was in Ocala Wednesday on a
Mrs. J. O. Hightower entertained
Mrs. T. E. Pritchett last week at her
hospitable home on Heather Island.
John Mathews drove his horse
Satan to Ocala Thursday morning,
returning in the afternoon.
Tom Pritchett is in Inverness
these days, at the home of Mr. C. D.
Schultz, who was a former resident
of Candler, owning what is known as
the Galloway place.
Mr. John Proctor of Levon, has
been in our midst during the past
week making much needed improve
ments on our public roads.
George Pritchett left Monday of
last week for an indefinite stay in
Earl Marshall spent the greater
part of Tuesday and Wednesday in
Mrs. Belcher's many friends re regret
gret regret to learn of the very painful ac accident
cident accident that befell her last Tuesday.
While waTking over her freshly
mowed lawn she lost her balance,
falling on a small stick which ran
through her tongue. Mrs. Belcher
is an estimable woman, having only
kind anl pleasant words for every
one, and this misfortune is a very
lamentable one. While her suffer sufferings
ings sufferings are great, it is hoped that in
the very near future she will be en
tirely well of the "wound.
Miss Mabel McClain, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Arthur Will Williams
iams Williams in Gainesville, for the past
month, returned Saturday accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. Williams and her
two pretty children.
Mrs. W. W. Jones writes that she
is having a delightful time among
relatives and friends in Burlington,
Vt., where she has been for several
Mr. C. W. Quick has sold his
feed, grain, ccld drink and grocery
department to C. A. Elliott, who will
in the future personally conduct
Mr. Dozier Caldwell has returned
home trom several months' .sojourn
Mrs. Driver led the young people
in a song service Sunday evening
which was greatly enjoyed. Mrs.
Driver's singing ani interest were
appreciated and the young people
were in their best trim for singing,
which was immensely, good.
jhen., badly injured by the accident accident-j
j accident-j al explosion of a dynamite cap.
Mr. Tom Proctor, of Belleview,
was mingling with his host of Levon
Miss Jessie Shaw, of Adel, Ga., is
the charming guest of her brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Perry attended
the barbecue at Oxford Saturday.
FRUIT & VEGETABLE GROWERS
FLORIDA'S LARGEST III BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
HOME HOTEL OF THE STATF
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A. F. WILSON, Ass't Mgr. THOS. M. WILSON, Prop, and Mgr
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are In a position to
make some attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers
in this section of the country that handle this brand of fence and
have demonstrated in the past that it is absolutely the best,
strongest fence on the market, and running it as we have in
competition with the many inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had some phenomenal sales on it and made many friends
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.
KNIGHT & ILA-NCS
Citra, Aug. i. Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. Williams have returned from In Indian
dian Indian Springs, Ga.
Messrs. T. A. and Will Sennett, of
Cripple Creek, Colo., are visitors to
Miss Hulda Kunze and cousin.
Miss Grace Sands, and Mr. W. E.
Kunze, left last week for New Al Albany,
bany, Albany, ind, for several months' visit
Messrs. Sims and Beatty, of Spar Spar-tanburg,
tanburg, Spar-tanburg, S. C, have positions here
with J. R. Williams.
Mrs. George R. Creekmore and
baby have returned from Live Oak.
Mr. Ed.L. Wartmann and wife
are in Atlanta visiting their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. Eugenie Cox.
Mr. David White has gone to
Jacksonville to accept a position.
Mrs. W. J. Crosby, Talmage Dupree
and Jack Sherouse spent the latter
part of last week at Salt Springs.
Mrs. A. J. Douglas left yesterday
for Dade City to visit her son, Mr.
Mr. Jack Williams now has his
sdw mill in operation, and is prepar
ing to put up a crate factory, which
is very much needed in Citra, con considering
sidering considering the amount of fruit and
vegetables shipped from here.
Mr. Stanton Borland has returned
to his home in Fort Myers, after sev several
eral several months spent here getting his
packing house in shape for fall pack packing.
ing. packing. Mr. Borland put over two thou thousand
sand thousand dollars' worth of improvements
in the already large Borland packing
An annual drain of nearly two and
a quarter millions of dollars is a ser serious
ious serious fact. Yet the district for which
Jacksonville is the distributing point
loses that mach in one line of agri
cultural activity, directly or indirect
ly, in a year's tnme. Think of how
Florida would grow if that much
money could be kept in circulation
within her borders. Florida's people
send out to other states about one
and one-fifth millions of dollars di directly
rectly directly for an article of necessity
which could be produced more cheap
ly in the state than in those to which
the money is sent.'
In one month recently there were
more than thirty carloads of butter
brought into Jacksonville. At the
rate of ten tons to the car, this would
be at least 300 tons, or 600,000
pounds of butter. As some may ob
ject that this must have been an ex
ceptional month, we will assume an
average of twenty cars a month,
400,000 pounds of butter. Putting
the price at 25 cents a pound, this
would make an average of $100,000
a month sent to northern states for
an article that we could manufacture
more cheaply than they can. This
wouia De ?i,L'uu,uuu a year, o per
cent, of $24,000,000, an amount
which would practically be added to
the capital of the state.
That thirty cars which came into
Jacksonville from the north, that
month, was for the supply of the dis district
trict district of which Jacksonville is the dis distributing
tributing distributing point. Jacksonville, how however
ever however is not the only distributing
point for groceries in the state.
Therefore, the estimate of $1,200, $1,200,-000
000 $1,200,-000 a year spent by Floridians for
butter must be far beneath the actual
Denmark, with but a little more
than one-fourth the area of Florida,
and a soil originally considerably
less tertne than that of this state,
under the climate of northern Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, makes enough butter to feed
her population of nearly three mil million
lion million souls and to export millions of
pounds to other countries. The farm farmers
ers farmers have brought up the fertility of
the soil, until it is now among the
richest of Europe, by the free use of
Leon county, in which Tallahassee
is situated, makes enough butter for
the use of her own citizens and has
a large surplus to send out to near nearby
by nearby parts of Florida. Almost every
county in the state should be able to
do the same.
With a great variety of forage
plants which grow here luxuriantly
and no winter protection needed,
Florida should be able to produce
butter more cheaply than any state
that has not those advantages, and
that means almost all the others
certainly the states from which Flori Florida'
da' Florida' receives her butter. Times-Union.
Leon, Gadsden, Madison, Suwan
nee, Duval, Bradford, Alachua, Col Columbia,
umbia, Columbia, Baker, Sumter, Orange, Mar Marion,
ion, Marion, Lake, Levy counties are in easy
reach of a central creamery, and
these counties contain some excel
lent herds of cattle and many thou
sand acres of land readily capable of
producing grasses, and the best of
cattle foods the grazing season run running
ning running nearly twelve months.
Cattle raising and dairying in this
area can be made a very profitable
We will be glad to submit further
facts regarding the possibilities.
Ask, J. A. Pride, General Indus
trial Agent, Seaboard Air Line- Rail
way, Suite 300, Xorforlk, Va.
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
PEARSOX3 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 hand 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.
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of Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting, and
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jjj guarantee of satisfaction.
J. W. AKIN
IMione 388 or 235. S. Osceola Street, OCALA, FLORIDA.
Levon, Aug. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Jolly, and little daughter, Alva,
spent several days in Jacksonville
and Pablo Beach last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gaulding and
two daughters, Miss Thelma and
little Gladys, and Mr. C. B. Davis
spent Sunday at Pablo Beach.. Re Returning
turning Returning from Jacksonville they came
via St. Augustine, and spent the
night in Palatka, coming through in
Mr. Davis' Cadillac. They report
a most delightful trip.
Mr. B. F. Carter and family spent
Wednesday in Dunnellon. While
there Mr. Carter bought a market
and will move his family there in a
Mr. W. J. Frink was a business
visitor to Ocala Thursday.
Mr. H. P. Perry took Mr. Edward
Proctor to ucaia t riday morning
where he had a physician dress a
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and know which hardware stands the hardest wear.
When you need anything in hardware from a
carpet tack up, come to our store. You'll find it. We
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR,. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1913
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
Mrs. Mary Dodge Maddox expects
to leave on next Friday for an ex extended
tended extended visit to relatives in Dalton,
"V 1 :-r
Mrs, Charles Mathews will go
over to Daytona.-on next Sunday for
a few weeks' visit to her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mathews, thence to Miami for a
short visit to her sister before re returning
turning returning home.
.Mrs. E. O. Long and two children
arrived yesterday afternoon from
South Carolina, for a several weeks'
t visit with her pareats. Mr. and Mrs.
I A. T. Cobb at the holhe of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Cobb onFo?t King ave
Mr3. John Taylor will entertain
tomorrow afternoon at a delightful
splash party and six o'clock tea at
her cozy North Lake Weir cottage,
In honor of her charming guest, Miss
Elizabeth Ledbetter of Atlanta. Mrs.
Taylor and Miss Ledbetter were
schoolmates and are thoroughly en enjoying
joying enjoying the pleasure of being to together
gether together again.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Winston are
enjoying a visit from their father,
Dr. C. Winston of Winter Haven,
who came up yesterday evening.
Dr. Winston is recovering from a' se severe
vere severe attack of illness and though yet
quite weak, is greatly improved and
hopes to be greatly benefited by his
-visit to the city.
Mrs. Frost left yesterday for an
extended visit with her daughter,
Mrs. Britt Sanders at Early Bird.
Mrs. Frost will be away until the re return
turn return of her daughter, Miss Lilly
Frost, who is now taking her vaca vacation
tion vacation in New York state.
Mr. Floyd Metcalfe arrived home
yesterday, after spending some time
in New York, Boston and Long Isl Island.
and. Island. Mrs. Metcalfe and baby will
remain for a month longer. Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Metropolis.
Mrs. Metcalfe is the granddaugh granddaughter
ter granddaughter of the late General Bullock of
this city and has many friends here
"who remember her most pleasantly
as -Miss Amanda Belle Wright of
New York City.
Miss Louise Booe of -Ocala is the
guest of Mrs. T. I. Arnold, Spring Springfield,
field, Springfield, after which she will visit Mrs.
Graddock in Riverside for two
-weeks. -Jacksonville Metropolis.
Mrs. B. H. Seymour of Ocala is
visiting her sister and mother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Wiley, at their
honie in Springfield.- Jacksonville
Miss Lou Moody was the hostess
of the North Lake Weir Thimble
tlub last Tuesday morning at Its
regular weekly meeting. On account
of the heavy rain storm not a great
many were In attendance. Delight Delightful
ful Delightful refreshments were served to the
guests and the afternoon was one of
much pleasure. 'm
most delightful afternoon, Mrs. Hood
served grape ice and cake, while
Miss Gladys Martin sang a solo of
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Axtell have re returned
turned returned from Atlantic Beach, where
they were among the week end
guests at the Atlantic Beach hotel.
Mrs. Axtell is a former Ocalan,
having: lived with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. W. Green, amid the chaPte? t0 be Present to
ho-nHfnl onrfrnnmont! nf nno nf II,. l"nuS x IJius
rion county's most magnificent or orange
ange orange groves in those balmy days be before
fore before the big freeze of '95. Their old
home now is known as "Dunkin
Hill," on Orange avenue, south of
visit to North Lake Weir, where for
the next month or more they will be
at home to their friends in the cozy
little Connor cottage just vacated by
Mrs., Badger and Mrs. Green.
Eastern Star Sewing Circle
Mrs. B. F. Condon was hostess of
the Eastern Star sewing circle Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon. After the busy hour
with needles, Mrs. Condon, assisted
by her sister, Mrs. Annie Perry,
served guava ice cream and cake.
The ladies desire to extend thanks
to Mr. A. M. Lansford who kindly
sent a number of thimbles for their
Next Tuesday the circle will meet
at Yonge's hall, and the worthy mat matron
ron matron wishes all members of Ocala
the birthday anniversary
Morris, founder of the
Dr. and Mrs. J. Lee Kirby-Smith
left last evening for Sewanee, Tenn.,
where they will be the guests of rel relatives.
atives. relatives. Dr. Kirby-Smith will return
home in a couple of weeks, but Mrs.
Kirby-Smith will remain until fall.
Mrs. Kirby-Smith was formerly an
Ocalan and as Miss Lillian Anderson
has many friends and relatives in
this city, where as a young lady she
was a universal favorite.
Mrs. Jessie Haycraft did not leave
on the early morning train for the
eastern cities as she first intended to,
on account of not getting the steam steamer
er steamer passage as desired, but will go a
Miss Alice Bullock was the hos hostess
tess hostess of the weekly reading club at
her home yesterday afternoon. The
interesting study of Mexico was
greatly enjoyed as was also the beau beautiful
tiful beautiful talk given by Miss Ella Tydings,
who was the guest of honor upon
this occasion, and told many wonder wonderful
ful wonderful and sorrowful things as well, of
the conditions existing in that coun country.
try. country. Capt. and Mrs. T. H. Johnson,
who had intended leaving yesterday
for Glen Springs, S. C, have been
obliged to defer their trip until some
time later on account of important
business that has come up since for
mulating their plans. They hope to
leave next Monday.
Mrs. .E.j Van Hood was hostess of
the regular Meeting of the W. C. T.
U. yesteroay Wtemoon at her home
on Fort JffngA avenueMrsr" Wr "T.
the regular routine of work a' splen splendid
did splendid program by Miss Washburn,
superintendent of the "medicine tem
perance department, was greatly' en
joyed by all present and was mos
instructive. Assisted Dy several o,
the members at the conclusion of
- . ..
Mrs. Wallace a Kelsey and little
daughter, Miss Wenona, leave tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night for Saluda, N. C, where
they expect to spend several weeks,!
after which they will go to Nashville,
Tenn., for the balance of the sum summer,
mer, summer, stopping over for brief visits in
Brevard, N. C, and Tate Springs, en
Mrs. Kelsey as Miss Louise Clark
made many friends in Ocala and has
many relatives in Marion county. I
Mrs. Edward Badger and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. Emily Green and children
returned this morning from a two
weeks' visit to North Lake Weir.
Sunshine to be Disseminated
The sunshine department of the
Junior Civic League will give a
marshmallow roast for all the little
children of the town tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at the civic
Epworth League Social
Thursday evening Rev. J. B. Ley
and family will entertain the Senior
Epworth League at the Methodist
parsonage. The business meeting
will be of special importance as the
election of officers for the ensuing
year will take place. A cordial in
vitation is extended to all members
of the league and their friends.
Miss Ruth Keating of Daytona
Beach, a sister of Mr. Roland Keat Keating
ing Keating of Ocala, is spending the sum summer
mer summer in Massachusetts, and while
there in company with several other
young ladies, mostly college girls, is
helping in settlement work. A com company
pany company headed by the New York Tri Tribune
bune Tribune and comprising among others
Pyles, the pearline man, and Par Parsons,
sons, Parsons, a sugar magnate, have contri contributed
buted contributed a fund for the purpose of tak taking
ing taking the poorer children of the cities
from their hot and unhealthy sum summer
mer summer homes and giving them each two
weeks vacation among the New Eng England
land England mountains. It is a noble work,
and Miss Keating is taking her part
in it with great enthusiasm.
JJ.iJ.JL J-VJ LVa. J US J J J, 3 X.J L V. A
YOU CAN DEPEND ON ANY ANY-THING
THING ANY-THING YOU GET FROM US
We carry the Famous When in our store ask
ALASKA ICE CREAM to see the celebrated
FREEZERS. CHRISTY MAYONNAISE
As tar as we know MIXER,
there are none BETTER. Have you ever seen or
Call in and ask to uscd thc STANDARD
see them. You will be BREAD TOASTER?
pleased. We have them.
We also have a full line of Household Hard Hardware
ware Hardware and Crockery in stock
Born. Monda' August 4th. to StlsJ
and Mrs.-VV.-yji Reed, of Hawthorne,
a baby girivMr. Reed formerly re
sided at South Lake Weir and has-
many friends in this county
-. J --
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McGuire of
Chicago, who for some time have
been making their home at Morriston
and are owners of thebigjphosphate
jnine at Standard, ire now residents
of our city, havingtmpved today into
Mrs. McDowell's beautiful home on
Fort King avenue. Ocala extends to
them a cordial wekibme and hopes
they will decide to make their per permanent
manent permanent home here.
Mrs. Jessie Bishop has as-Jier
guest Miss Mary Hill, who came up
Monday from a visit to friends at St.
Petersburg. Miss Hill Is very much
in love with Ocala pnd has made
many friends in thWtity during pre-
fious visits who will v be pleased to
I welcome her again.
No Daintier Lunch
Can be imagined than one prepared
from our deviled ham or tongue,
luncheon cheese, olives and a hun hundred
dred hundred other dainty and appetizing spe specialties.
cialties. specialties. And they can be made
ready in a few moments. Xo bother,
no cooking. Just open and serve.
Better have a supply on hand. 1 They
are mighty handy to have in the
J. L Smith Grocery Co.
Next to Ocala National Bank
Mt. and 'Mrs! Z. C. Chambliss ex expect
pect expect to motor to Woodmar tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for a few days' rest and recrea recreation.
tion. recreation. They will occupy one of Mr.
Woodrow's cottages so popular with
'""Mrs. Ozro Kelsey and children -qf
Los AngelesCaJ., who have beeh
visiting the family of Mr. and Mrs.
Jas. C. Howell at their home near
Anthony for th past several weeks,
leave in a few days for their western
home. Before returning to the west
they will visit Relatives at Harrimaa,
Teii"., for a short time.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Howell and
children leave Friday for a two
months' visit at Demorest, Ga. Mr.
Howell has been there for the past
month and says the mountain air of
that section has wonderfully improv improved
ed improved his health. A number of Marion
county families are now located at
Demorest and it "seems like home,"
says Mr. Howell.
Bornr Sunday-evening, to Mr. and
Sirs. J. D. McCaskiH, at their homfe
on North Magnolji itreet, a fine bab
girl. Mother and little one are d
A letter from Mr. andMrs. Harry
fausett, now at Jeffersonvrlle, Ind.,
gives the pleasing information that
they are doing well in that fine Ohio
Fausett has a, po po-eneral
eneral po-eneral Electria Co.
e had second
sition with th
ilace in a bi
Miss Verna Mae Whitcomb, after
a most delightful visit with Miss
Catherine Strunk, leaves today for
is at Stake
A mere matter of expense is of no
Our motto in our profession is
"Not how Cheap, but how GOOD."
But it will be found that our prices
are always as low as consistent with
d high grade of pharmaceutical ser service.
vice. service. I Accuracy and Promptness are
N. B. For accuracy's sake ask
your doctor not to telephone your
prescription, but to WRITE it, and
we will send for it.
"The Store Accommodating"
i I i
her home in Tampa. Miss Whitcomb
made many friends while here and
all will regret to see her leave.
Miss Erin Yonge
day noon from a
with Miss Kathleen
returned Tues Tues-delightful
delightful Tues-delightful visit
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Get my prices on that new Bungalow, Cottage, Residence or
Store, Office Building or Schoo House. My Prices are Right, my
Mr. N. I. Gottlieb left yesterday
for Sarasota, where he is doing good !,j
urn iui uie riciieiuai tuiuu. xie
was accompanied by his wife and
daughter, Miss Nellie, who will visit
friends in Sarasota for a few days.
Mrs. Charles Peyser
left this afternoon for
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. 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 305
Undertaking Office 47
Mrs. J. F. Hall and children, Miss
Alma and Master Lyndon, have re returned
turned returned from a visit to Mrs. Hall's
niece, Miss Ethel Rawls at Pineland,
near St. Petersburg. They were ac accompanied
companied accompanied home by Mrs. Hall's
mother, Mrs. Hane.
Mrs. Cecil Bryant has returned
from her visit to Jacksonville.
Miss Cora Tabor is improving
from an attack of malarial fever.
Mrs. A. Y. Strunk, who has been
confined to her bed for several days
with malarial fever, is resting bet better
ter better today.
Mrs. L. E. Boiler and Mrs. George
Feltham left .today for a visit to St.
Petersburg, j Mrs. Boiler intends to
try to find a suitable house in which
she can keep apartments to let,
while Mrs. Feltha'm wishes to make
arrangements to open a first class
boarding house later in the season.
Dr. Floyd of Hawthorne brought
Mr. J. A. Friar to Ocala today and
placed him in the hospital.
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t Department of Agriculture Finds
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Washington, -Aug. 6. According
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the cattle tick among the cattle of
the south not only lessens the value
of the cattle on the hoof, but causes
the grading of hides that have been
infested with the ticks as No. 4 qual-
The same hide, if free from the
tick marks, would grade No. 2. The
difference in price in these two grad grades
es grades of hides Is 3 cents per pound. As
the hide of the southern steers
weigh about 42 pounds, the pres presence
ence presence of the tick in the hides causes a
loss in the hide alone more than
$1.26 per hide. Government special specialists
ists specialists point out that the cost of tick'
eradication is only about 50 cents
per head so that if the counties make
a systematic campaign to eradicate
the tick, the increase in the value of
the hide alone would pay for the cost
of tick eradication and leave the
farmer a net profit of about76 cents
The hide situation is becoming
rather serious. A prominent tan tanner
ner tanner in Pennsylvania states:
"For the class of leather we make
we prefer southern hides for chrome
on account of the close texture and
fine grade, but on account of the
ticks we have had to v practically
stop purchasing southern hides."
This is particularly significant, as
the demand for chrome leather is in increasing
creasing increasing so that the normal demand
for southern hides will be still fur further
ther further decreased.
A large percentage of the chrome
leather now produced ,is finished
with the grain on so that all imper imperfections
fections imperfections and tick marks on the grain
side show very plainly. In the old
days when all the leather for uppers
was made from bark-tanned stock,
all leather was buffed and the grain
was removed. For this leather tan tanners
ners tanners could use cheap hides that were
covered with imperfections and tick
marks and make fairly good leather.
The situation today, as it has been
explained, is very different, as the
public is demanding more and more
grained leathers for which large pro
portions of southern hides will not
be available until the tick is eradi
Tennessee will nrobablv be the
first state to be entirely free from
quarantine for ticks. It has arlready
eradicated the tick in 51 counties
and all that now remains under
quarantine are parts of Marion,
Wayne, Hardeman, McXairy and De Decatur
catur Decatur counties and all of Hardin,
Henderson and Chester counties. It
is hoped that by September 1st, these
counties will be free from the tick
and the entire state out of quaran quarantine.
tine. quarantine. According to the specialists of the
Department of Agriculture, it has
cost less than 50 cents per head to
eradicate the tick in Tennessee and
cattle owners as a result have gain gained
ed gained not less than $7 per head, thus
adding to the value of their stock.
There are some 500,000 cattle in the
counties already free from ticks and
the immediate benefit to these own owners
ers owners has been not less than $3,500,-
uuu. lhe cost of tick eradication
has been only $250,000 so that the
investment paid for itself nearly 14
times over in a very short time.
inis does not include the additional
profits which come from the fact that
iuat me iick is eradicated more
cattle can be raised on each farm
and that the cultivated fields are
made more productive by the in
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1HE OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1913
A Novel by
Albert Payson Terhune
William C. de Mille's Play
of the same name
CopyrlBht 1912. Tb Bobbs-Merrin Co.. br tpeclal
arrangement with ihm UeHille FntUtung Qo,
CHAPTER I Congressman Standish
and the Woman, believing themselves in
love, spend a trial week as man and wife
In a hotel in northern New York under
assumed names. The "Woman awakens to
the fact that she does not love Standish
and calls their engagement off. Standish
protests undying devotion.
CHAPTER II Wanda Kelly, telephone
girl at the Hotel Keswick, Washington, is
loved by Tom Blake, son of the political
boss of the house. He proposes marriage
and is refused.
CHAPTER Ill-She gives as one of th
reasons her determination to get revenge
on Jim Blake for ruining her father, Con-
fressman Frank E. Kelly. Congressman
tandish, turned insurgent, is fighting the
Mullins bill, a measure in the interests
of the railroads. The machine is seeking
means to discredit Standish in the hope
of pushing the bill through.
1 don't want ever? legitimate political
reward I can earn. Who doesn't? But
that's not why I'm fighting this Mullins
bill of yours. And at heart you know
it isn't, rm trying to kill this bill
because it is an offense to the coun country's
try's country's nostrils. The bill is innocent
enough on its face. Van Dyke and the
rest saw to that, I suppose. But when
I looked at it more closely I saw it was
framed to legalize the over-capitaliza-
Berlin, Aug. 5. This
weather for frogs, as we
Mr. Charlie Rawls of Ocala, spent
Sunday in Berlin visiting friends
i Jlisses Alta and Fae Beck, who
have been the guests of their sister,
tion of everv railroad in the United J Mrs- J- M- Smith, of Wacahoota, for
States and to undo what little good 'some time past, returned home last
a' few decent lawmakers have been j week and report a jolly good time,
struggling for years to accomplish." j Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Potts have a
"Then 'first-class case of whooping cough.
"You know I'm right. That is the i Mr and Mrg Horace Walston and
Mullins Dili s real oDject. That is why
you people tried to rush it through be
fore we could have a chance to pick it
children, of Wauchula, are visiting
Mrs. Walston's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
apart and to hunt for the 'nigger in the B- Rawls-
wood-pile." Well, I've studied it close closely
ly closely enough to make sure the pile con contains
tains contains very little except niggers. And
I've made the public see it, too."
j We are sorry to report Mrs. E
jPettey on the sick list.
j Mr. Charlie Beck of Ocala, spent
i Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
"Never mind bringing in your serv- j irs j l jjeck
ices to the dear public. You get your f ,T"r w nf r-co,
pay for that from them, not from me.
The point is, you are lining up with j
our enemies. Standish, I'm not given j
td threatening; but from now on
you're going to have an active life." j
"I understand. And. I look for noth- J
ing else. If the party that elected me ;
is betraying the people, then I must j
fight that party. And I'm going to.
Understand me clearly. I'm going to." j
And the heavv slow voici hpld no j
note of threat, nor did it show the I creased
faintest tinge of excitement
spent the week end last week with
his family, who are the guests, of
Mrs. J. E. Phillips.
"Were all medicines as meritor meritor-iousas
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writes Lindsay Scott, of
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The telephone girl looked up a min minute
ute minute later to see Tom Blake hanging
once more over the rail.
"I got a telegram from Grace," said
the. "She sent it to me, I suppose, in instead
stead instead of to dad or Mark because she
knew I'd be loafing around the hotel
at this hour and she didn't know when
either of them would be back from
.the capitol. Says shell be in Wash Washington
ington Washington at eight. But, being a woman
or else thinking I'm a mind-reader, she
doesn't say whether it'll be eight this
evening or eight tomorrow morning.
I've been looking everywhere, since I
got it, to find Mark and Excuse me!"
Ex-Governor Robertson was crossing
rthe corridor toward them and Tom
hurried to meet him with the tele tele-igram.
igram. tele-igram. Robertson's cold face, as he
read the dispatch, softened in a way
that would have amazed his political
' "Good!" he said emphatically. "But
hy doesn't she tell whether she
means tonight or In the morning?
Isn't that just like Grace?"
"Why not call her up on long dis distance?"
tance?" distance?" suggested Tom. "If she'll be
liere at eight tonight she'll have left
New York long before now. And if
ishe isn't coming till morning"
"Good idea!" assented -Robertson,
starting for, the telephone alcove.
'"Sometimes you actually show a gleam
of human intelligence, Tom," in spite
of the way you've taken to mooning
Around lately. I'll"
He stopped short, and the unwonted
look of happiness froze from his face.
He and Tom, on their way to the al al-jcove,
jcove, al-jcove, were passing the short flight of
steps that led down from the outer
'foyer to the corridor.
And a man was coming down thoso
steps. A tall man, whose shoulders
rwere slightly stooped, whose dark hair
was beginning to grizzle at the tem tem-sples,
sples, tem-sples, whose swarthy and somewhat
lieavy face was lined and hardened
by marks that did not seem to have
come from time's brush alone.
At sight of him Robertson halted.
His face darkened and his hands in in-Toluntarily
Toluntarily in-Toluntarily clenched. The newcomer
glanced across and his eye met the
ex-governor's lowering gaze; then
passed carelessly on to Tom.
"Good evening, gentlemen," he said.
"Good evening, Mr. Standish," an answered
swered answered Tom.
Robertson barely returned the oth other's
er's other's nod. But as Standish made as
though to pass on, he took an impul impulsive
sive impulsive step toward the insurgent chief.
"Well, Standish," he observed,
steadying his voice by a palpable ef effort
fort effort into some semblance of civility,
'I understand the fight's on for to tonight."
night." tonight." "Yes," answered Standish, pausing
as though merely to wait until the
other should move from his path. "An
all-night session, probably."
Again, with a nod, he started to toward
ward toward the dining room. But once more
Mark Robertson's voice checked him.
"Did it ever occur to you, Standish,"
demanded Mark, "that by opposing the
Mullins bill you are betraying the par
ty that elected you?"
Standish regarded him a moment
with somber eyes from which all per personal
sonal personal emotions seemed long since to
have been burned away. Then he said
In the heavy measured voice that had
for years been characteristic of him:
"Did it ever occur to you, Robert
son, that by trying to force the Mul Mullins
lins Mullins bill through, you are betraying
the people who voted for you?"
"Oh, be sensible!" urged Robertson;
and Tom, who knew his brother-in-law.
noted the mighty effort with which the
attempt at conciliation was kept up.
"We're both politicians. There's no
sense in spouting noble sentiments for
my benefit. Keep them for your par parsons.
sons. parsons. I was promised the speaker speakership.
ship. speakership. And to get it away from me you
turned insurgent. The Mullins bill
tonight's battle means nothing to you
but a test of power. There's no prin principle
ciple principle Involved. If you can kill the bill
it will prove only you're strong
enough to depose our speaker and put
yourself in his chair. That's your
game. Why pose as a reformer?"
"You're quite wrong," said Standish,
with a certain irritating patience, "I
haven't any pose. If I had I should
not bother to display it for your bene benefit.
fit. benefit. I am not hvnocrite enouzh to sav
Blake, the conversation's non-combat- j
ant, the insurgent's rather turgid
words carried far stronger message for j
this very absence of emotion. But
they served merely to strip from Mark . iA
Robertson his last shreds of diplo-! Electra Aug. o. Rev. Gorbett
matic armor. i and "is friend, Brother Newton, are
"You talk like a reform candidate j bolding a revival at Harmony Bap Bap-for
for Bap-for poundmaster at Pompton, N. J.!" tist church at Electra. -he
retorted. "I've done nothing every Mr. Jesse Freer and his little sis sis-one
one sis-one else isn't doing every day. Noth- Jter, Agnes Freer of Levon, spent a
ing that the custom of centuries hasn't j week here visiting friends and rela rela-legitimated;
legitimated; rela-legitimated; and nothing, I believe, j tives.
:r , yT, -Mrs. Bessie Heath and
the neonle think vrm'rp a Httlo tin tmA
Rut irftn MTi't maira ma tviiriir i visiting Mrs. Heaths mother,
"I can't now remember," said j
Standish wearily, "having tried to
Mrs. G. A. Sellers.
Mrs. Ida Fort is visiting relatives
at this place.
Mr. C. W. Caldwell and Mr. T. C.
Caldwell and wife of Victoria made
a flying trip to this place recently.
Mr. R. O. Halford is visiting
friends at Victoria.
Well, you probably know it would
be time wasted," snapped Robertson.
"There must be something, somewhere
or other, In your past life, that
wouldn't shine out to any advantage
in print. I'm going to camp on the
trail of your past performances. And
when I strike the crooked by-path I'm
looking for, 111 Mr. W. S. Gunsalus, a farmer liv
fatanaishs dark lace broke into a ing near Fleming:. Pa., savs he has
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A man came leisurely down the
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Mrs. Rast, Superintendent of
Scientific Temperance, was in charge
of the July 31st meeting. Subject s
was, "Temperance teaching in the i
nirs. Shoak read an article on
Miss Simpson read of temperance
in the First Homes of the Land, in
the White House, and Secretary Bry Bryan's.
an's. Bryan's. Mrs. Sigmon spoke of how the
change in laws and temperance sent sentiment
iment sentiment make the teaching of temper temperance
ance temperance in the home an easier matter
now than in the past.
Rev. J. H. Logan gave an address
on the subject, speaking in particu
lar of how much depends on the
talk the .child hears in the home and
the responsibility of parents toward
Mrs. Buckley spoke of the impor importance
tance importance of all teaching in the home,
and the care to be taken by parents
themselves to keep always in good
nature and ready to help the little
Letters from Mrs. Irene G. Adams
Adjourned for two weeks.
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Battle of Sabine Pass.
The story of the battle of Sablae
Pius is history, not fiction, though. It
must be confessed. It sounded far
more like the latter than the former
Yon will nd the full accounts of tbe
fight in the -Records of the Rebel
Hon" and a very Interesting history of
the affair In the second volume of
-The Rise and Fall of the Confederate
Government," by Jefferson Davis,
page 237. References to the battle
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Meteorite Falls Near Woman.
A meteorite weighing 37 pounds
was recently the subject of discussion
In chemical circles in Johannesburg,
South Africa. The stone fell in Zulu Zulu-land
land Zulu-land a few months ago, and was not
only noticed by an eye -wltrc-s some
15 miles away, but fell within a few
feet of a native woman, who gave
Information which led to its discov discovery.
ery. discovery. The meteorite cannot bo far be
broken. It is known, however, to con contain
tain contain platinum.
Search That Nevsr Ends.
Ignorance may find a truth on its
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