OI'ALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1913
BIRD OF PEACE HOVERS
SOME HOPE THAT THIS WEEK
Jll C01JJMJS EXHAUSTED
Except lloumania, Which Has Done!
Little Fighting, and Will Proba Probably
bly Probably be the Only Nation to Profit
by the War.
London, Aug. 7. It is reported
here that all the armies of all the
Balkan states have come to a halt
in consequence of a truce decided oa
at Belgrade last night, and that en envoys
voys envoys will soon be sent to some
neutral capital to agree on terms of
The attack of Greece, Servia and
Roumania on Bulgaiia has brought
that brave nation to its knees. Bul Bulgaria
garia Bulgaria is exhausted. Over half the
men of fighting age are either dead
on the battlefields, or helpless in the
Comparatively little ground has
been planted in crops, and the cities
are crowded with old men, women
and children, who have scught refuge
from the raiding armies. Most of
them are at the point of starvation
now, and the outlook for the winter
The Greek, Servian and Rouma Roumanian
nian Roumanian armies have occupied about
half of Bulgaria. The Turks have
recaptured Adrianople, and as their
armies are in much better shape than
at the beginning of the war, there is
no piobability that they will be driv driven
en driven out unless one or more of the
great powers interferes, which is not
It is probable that Greece will be
the only nation to profit greatly by
.the war. The Greek armies hold
nearly all of Macedonia, including
Salonica, and all southern Albania,
beside several of the Aegean Islands.
It 1? predicted that while Servia
will be allowed to take that part of
Bulgaria, which the claimed before
the treaty cf Berlin, i.he will be giv given
en given veiy littla cf Northern Macedonia.
It is expected that Austria will insist
on annexing a .trip clear thiough
Macedonia to the Aegean. She may
demand Salonica, but there is no
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prospect that Greece will give up
that city without fighting.
Northern Albania will become an
independent principality. Montene Montenegro
gro Montenegro may obtain a few square miles
on her southern and western fron frontier.
tier. frontier. The best that Bulgaria can hope
for is enough of western Roumelia to
give her a port on the Aegean. This
will not more than compensate her
for the territory that Roumania de demands
mands demands between the southern bank of
the Danube and the Black Sea.
As for the Turks, if they retain
Adrianople, they will have lost very
little except territory that cost them
more to keep than it was worth.
Cotton Plant, Aug. b. we are
having very inclement weather just
Rev. Bridges began revival ser services
vices services here Sunday, preaching to a
large congregation at the morning
and evening services. Services will
continue through this week. Every
one is cordailly invited to attend.
Preaching at 11 o'clock a. m., and
7:30 p. m.
Master Clarence Woodward is
tussling with malaria.
Mrs. M. L. Reynolds spent Friday
here with her sister, Mrs. C. R. Veal.
She was accompanied home by Miss
Rachel Veal, who- will spend some
time with her.
Miss Margaret Bell returned Fri Friday
day Friday from a very pleasant tiip to
West Palm Beach and Jacksonville.
Mrs. Robert Ferguson, Miss Sara
Ferguson, and Sebron and Vance of
Berlin, attended the services here
Sunday, and were guests of the for former's
mer's former's parents, Mrs. and Mrs. J. S.
Miss Carrie Barco returned Friday
from a couple of weeks pleasantly
spent in Wacahoota with Mrs. J. M.
Mrs. C. L. Bell came up from
Croom last Wednesday to meet her
daughter. Marguerite. They return returned
ed returned to Croom Monday morning.
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OQDGEO JURY DUTY
California Women are Reluctant .to i
Assume Their Rights in the
White Slave Case
ban Francisco, Aug. 7-
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only three women
It developed after the United
States marshal had called loudly
through the corridors for "B. E.
Donaldsoa" and "N. J. Abbott," that
two missing "veniremen" were wom women.
en. women. "It is just as well," said Judge
Van fleet. "Nc women would be ac accepted
cepted accepted as jurymen in this court."
Summerfield, Aug. 7. Miss Hazel
Seymour, who has been visiting at
Davtona Beach, has returned.
Mrs. Nathan Mayo returned this
week to Daytona Beach to complete
Mrs. and Mrs. J. G. Kichline, of
Ocala, .were visitors here last Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Little Gertrude Mayo visited with
little Johnnie Lou and Eugene Pot Potter
ter Potter in Ocala for some days last week.
Nathan Mayo, accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Foxworth and J. Q.
! Baker, were Ocala visitors Monday
ir J v RiPirotcnn on nMi,iro
who have been visiting relatives at
Brandon, returned last Sunday.
Mrs. Ricketson was accompanied
home by her mother.
J. A. Scroggie of Levon, and a
prosperous farmer, was among the
business visitors here last Saturday.
t r i t i j x.
Mrs Jns V TVivis. nf "fHpnHIP
Farm," and children have moved to
Ocala. Mrs. Davis has rented the
reunaai nouse wnere sne win con
duct a boarding house. The many
friends: of the Davis family regret to
lose this estimable family. Mr. Davis
I will remain here to look after the
farm, but will visit his family weekly.
j Mr. and Mrs. George Boutwell,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Pyles and Mr. and
Mrs.P. W. Collens and Jti thur and
Ide Collens- spent last Sunday with j
the George J. Hickey family at South!
Lake Weir. The day was delightful delightfully
ly delightfully spent. Music, bathing and good
things to eat was the crder of the j
day, which was much enjoyed. A. J.!
Lehman was also of the party. i
Our Chef Was Formerly
Don't Give You More for Your Money Than Anyone Else.
"WHY PAY MORE!"
at 49 Cents.
HUERTA'S FEELINGS HURTiFAMOUS CASE HAS COME
By the Appointment "of Lind a Spe
cial Envoy to Mexico Is Becom Becoming
ing Becoming Somewhat Enraged
Mexico City, August 7. The ac-l
ticn oi the United states government
I in sending former Governor Lind of
Minnesota here on a special mission
has given Huerta another excuse to
protest against outside interference.
He is becoming exceedingly angry.
Battleship is Lind's Passenger Boat
Washington, Aug. 7. Former
Governor John Lind of Minnesota,
who is on his way to Mexico as Pres President
ident President Wilson's personal representa representative,
tive, representative, sailed from Galveston for Vera
Cruz on the battleship New Hamp Hampshire
shire Hampshire last night.
The gunboat Wheeling, patroling
the lower gulf coast, has left Cam Cam-pece
pece Cam-pece for Progresso. On the Pacific
coast the cruiser Yorktown has left
Salina Cruz for Topolobampo.
Eureka, Aug. 6. Mrs. F. M. Harp
and Miss Ola Hinson were callers at
Daisy Wednesday afternoon.
Messrs. F. M. Harp and Jim Fiddia
attended -lodge meeting at Fort Mc McCoy,
Coy, McCoy, Wednesday evening.
Mrs. John McQuaig spent a couple
of days at Daisy last week visiting
her sister, Mrs. George Kingsley.
Mr. H. B. Mathews has returned
home from Ocala, where he has been
! under the medical care of Dr. Peek
fr some few days. We are glad to
see .ur. .uamews leeuug uener again.
MissiMattie Odom of Martin, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. H. Lanair.
Mrs. Redding Dickson is on the
sick list this week. We hope she
will soon recover her usual health.
Mrs. Woods and little granddaugh granddaughter,
ter, granddaughter, Alice Harper, of Orange Springs,
are visiting Mrs. Dan Teuton for a
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j Messrs. I. M. Hinson, F. M. Harp
and Charles Harp went over to Salt
isnrin?? nn a fishin? nerHt inn last
week. Thetish were delicious, but
from what the correspondent can
learn the most striking feature of the
occasion was the sport in catching
same and the bathing in the spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Herring and Mr. Her Herring's
ring's Herring's mother, of Anthony, are visit visiting
ing visiting Mrs. Herring's sister, Mrs. R. W.
Dickson, this week.
Misses Olda Hinson. Lula and
Mattie Odom. Messrs. Charles Harp
and Abbott Parramore attended the
moving picture show at Ft. McCoy
We wish to announce thru this
in the Hardware Business.
We are now selling the World Famed W. L. Douglass
$3.50 and $4 Shoes, also other stand
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Edison Cylinder Records at
PROSECUTION BY THE GOVERNMENT OF MAURICE DIGGS FOR;
VIOLATION OF WHITE SLAVE ACT
item that Miss Annie McDonald has
been appointed teacher of this school
for the ensuing term. She has ac accepted
cepted accepted the appointment, but time of
commencement is yet unknown. We
trust that the patrons will all come
together and make this a most suc successful
cessful successful term, as we believe the young
lady whom Supt. Brinson is sending
is quite deserving of their faithful co cooperation.
operation. cooperation. We also wish to impress on the
minds of the good people of this
community that we are still having
prayer meeting every Thursday ev evening
ening evening at 7:30 o'clock and Sunday
school every Sunday at 3 p. m.. We
solicit your regular attendance as we
need your help in the good work,
and hope you will not be wanting at
the roll call. There will also be
preaching next Sunday at 11 a
and 7:30 p. m.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in
Ycnge's Hall, Fort King avenue Vis-
itors in the city invited to be with us.
G. L. Taylor, N G.
WT. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.
OPEN DAY ANT NIGI1T
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
Phone 244 for promyt and accur accurate
ate accurate night prescription service. Gerig's
drug store. Adv. S-4
Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a
new hotel; has all modern conven-j Pccompanied him in court. Marcla
iences; fronts on Ocean just soutlij Warrington and Lola Norris, the two
of ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day girls in the case, remained in the of of-and
and of-and upwards. Special rates by the j fice of ne United States district at--week
or month. We make a special-. torney.
ty of sea food dinners Thursday even-1 Attorneys for both sides are in in-ings
ings in-ings and Sunday noon. 6-23-tf jclined to the belief that the case will
Fresh buttermilk every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore. 6-24-tf
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS
II ATTRACTS NATIONAL AT AT-TENTI0I1
TENTI0I1 AT-TENTI0I1 Much Political Capital Has Been
Made of It by Republican Congress Congressmen
men Congressmen and Newspapers.
San Francisco, Aug. 7. Eleven
veniremen, temporarily "passed" by
both prosecution and defense, sat In
the jury box at the close of the first
day of the trial of Maurice Diggs ot
Sacramento, former state architect,
charged with violation of the federal
white slave act.
The case is being handled for the
government by Matt I. Sullivan and
Theodore Roche, appointed special
prosecutors by President Wilson aft after
er after United States District Attorney
John L. McNab resigned, charging
the department of justice with delay delaying
ing delaying the case to oblige A. CaminettI,
! commissioner or immigration, whose
son, urew uaminetti, 13 to De tried as
.soon as the Diggs trial ends.
The alleged offenses specifically,
taiung two young girls to Ueno, Nev..
improperly were committed by the
two men acting together, the state
charges. Two of the counsel for the
defease, Robert T. Devlin and Mar Marshall
shall Marshall Woodworth, are former United,
States district attorneys.
Nothing was indicated in the exam--
linaticn cf jurors by Diggs' counsel;
that would disclose the line of de--fense
to be followed.
Diggs sat behind his attorneys in4
dapper attire and frequently suggest suggested
ed suggested questions to be asked talismen
Drew CaminettI, his co-defendant.
soon be concluded.
Bouquet Jeanice, a new perfume,
just in, $1 a"n ounce. Gerig's drug
By F. R. MORGAN
(Copyright, 1913, Joseph B. Bowles)
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XO GAME YESTERDAY
Masons meet tonight.
Moose meet this evening.
ago about five miles southwest of
"Woodmen meet tomorrow night.
Mr. Usher Norwood, chief clerk at
the A. C. L. freight depot, left this
l afternoon for a well deserved vaca-
.Mr. J. J. Gerig is in Jacksonville 'tion. He will first visit friends in
bn business. j Atlanta, and will then go to spend
j some weeks in the Xacoochee jValley,
ATr. R. X. Burford returned from 'one of the most beautiful and health-
Alabama this afternoon.
Marriage license has been issued
to Mr. B. F. W. Early and Miss Lola
JMr. James E. Jo
being laid' up for.
.a malarial attack, t
s out again after
'several days with
?Enjoy oucauox-Hfe without tan and
freckles. Rexall cold cream insures
your complexion. Get it at Gerig's
ful regions of North Georgia.
Master Jake Goldman leaves Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for Savannah, where he will
visit relatives for a few weeks, after
which he goes to Asheville, N. C, to
attend the Bingham Military College
during the coming term.
A telegram from Clearwater last
evening announced that on account
of rain there was no game yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. It also said that Roy Galloway
had come over from Tampa and
would pitch today.
AT THE TEMPLE THIS EVENING
"Man's Greed for Gold." Kalem
"The Price of Silence." Pathe.
"The Noisy Six." Selig comedy.
"A Widow of Nevada." Essanay
The county commissioners were
still at work counting the names on
the local option petition when the
Star went to press.
That little red mark on the curb curbstone,
stone, curbstone, which you can see if you look
real close, and if the last rain hasn't
washed, it away, means that when
you stop your auto the wheels must
not come any nearer the crossing.
IrTTrTTMcCaskill, the contra
tor. started-this morning the work
of tearing out the front of the Mc McLaughlin
Laughlin McLaughlin & Tdlar furniture store on
north Magnolia,&tfeet, preparatory to
putting in one of the handsomest se
of display windows in the city It
wili-probat)Iy"be the largest single
window in town.
Mr. Robert O. Connor Is limping
around under great difficulties. He
'Had the misfortune to drop a piece
'-.at heavy iron on his left leg some
days ago while erecting a mowing
"machine, and though no bones were
broken he received an ugly bruise
'tm' hls leg just helow the knee.
The revival which has been in pro progress
gress progress at Electra Baptist church for
the past ten days, closed yesterday,
after a most successful session. A
number of members were taken Into
the church, some by profession and
others by letter.
Deputy Charles- W. Smith returned
yesterday from a trip to Levy county,
where he went to arrest Frank Rich Richardson,
ardson, Richardson, whom it was understood, was
working on railroad construction be between
tween between Morriston and Archer. He ar ar-rriYal
rriYal ar-rriYal too late, however, as Richard Richard-.son
.son Richard-.son had left only two days before,
and left no clue as to the direction he
was heading. "Richardson 13 the ne ne-jrro
jrro ne-jrro who killedhis wife several weeks
It is reported that Col. R. F. Rog Rogers,
ers, Rogers, who owns much property in
Ocala, and expects to soon make his
residence in the city, will be a can candidate
didate candidate for the office of postmaster.
Mr. Rogers has always been a staunch
friend of Congressman Clark and
doubtless expects the support of that
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
One of the most common ailments
that hard working people are afflict
ed with is lame back. Apply Cham
berlain's Liniment twice a day and
massage the parts thoroughly at each
pplication, and you will get, quick
elief. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Mr. Fryer, who was brought to
Ocala from Hawthorne by his family
physician and placed in the hospital,
was operated on yesterday and was
resting nicely at 3 o'clock. He stood
the operation remarkably well. Three
quarts of pus was removed from
around the liver. His condition is
considered very serious yet.
Mrs. Ellis of Floral City, who was
operated on for appendicitis, is doing
well and will soon be able to be
Mrs. Hollinrake is improving and
will be able to sit up in a few days.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf
Machine That Blows Bottles.
A glass bottle blowing machine in
vented in Germany has a speed of
2,000 bottles an hour, equal to the
work of 250 expert glass blowers.
Ol Election In Ocala Special Tax School
District ". 1 Marion County, lor lor-ida,
ida, lor-ida, to Determine Whether or Xot
Bonds Shall be Ined by aald Dis District
trict District Pursuant to the ProTislons 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 1912, and the Act
of the Legislature of the State of
Florida, Approred May 16th, 1913.
Notice is hereby given that on the
Xlneteenth (19) Day of August, 1913,
courthouse iu Ocala Special Tax School
District o. l, in juanon v-uuucj j. -Ida,
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 "building,
ing, "building, enlarging and repairing school
houses in said district and furnishing
the same, erd tor the payment or au
lndebt-dners of aid district existing
at ti-e tine of ; ie issuance of sacn
bends and incur -d for the exclusive
u-e of the rrblic fiee 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 Marion county, state
of Florida, at its regular meeting on
the ninth (9) of July, 1913.
The following are named as manag managers
ers managers of said election, viz: Isaac Stevens,
T. D. Lancaster, W. L. Colbert, and D.
Niel Ferguson, clerk. BRINSOX
Secretary of the Board of Public In Instruction.
struction. Instruction. 7-18- 5t wky
THE BEST PAIX KILLER
Bucklin's Arnica Salve when ap applied
plied applied to a cut, bruise sprain or scald
or other injury of the skin will im immediately
mediately immediately remove all pain. E. E.
Chameberlain of Clinton, Me., says:
"It robs cuts and other injuries of
their terrors. 4.s a healing remedy
its equal don't exist." Will do good
for you. Only 25 cents at Tydings &
Open to Suspicion.
The man who opposes the revival of
the knee breeches idea will be subject
to suspicion, no matter how imper impersonal
sonal impersonal his motives. Atlanta Journal.
Do You Wear
If you do they should always
be spotless and nicely pressed.
Pressing and cleaning is our
business. Call phone twenty-
I DODSON & RENTZ.
Resolution Adopted by the Board of
Public Instruction of Marlon County,
Florida, on July 0, 1913, Relating: to
the Calling: of nn Election to Deter Determine
mine Determine Whether or ot the Ocala Spe Special
cial Special Tax School District Shall Issue
Honda for School Purpose as Set
Forth In the Following: Resolution.
Mr. J. S. Grantham introduced the
following resolution which was adopt-
edWHEREAS, On the ninth (9) day of
July, 1913, there was presented to this
board a petition signed by not less than
25 per cent of the duly qualified elec electors
tors electors and of these there being not less
than 25 per cent of the freeholding
electors residing: in Ocala Special Tax
School District No. 1 of Marion county,
Florida, who are owners of freeholds
in said district, requesting this board
to call an election pursuant to the act
or tne legislature oi me suie ui a v-i
Ida, approved May 16, 1913, to deter determine
mine determine whether bonds in the amount of
$75,000 shall be issued by said district
the proceeds of which to be used for
the purpose of "building, enlarging and
repairing chool houses in said district
and furnishing the same, and for the
payment of all indebtedness of said
district existing at the date of the Is Issuance
suance Issuance of such bonds and incurred for
the exclusive use of the public free
schools therein," all of which will ap-
pear Dy tne saia petition uu uie iu iu
office of said board: and,
WHEREAS, Upon Investigation, It
appears that said petition is signed by
not less than 25 per cent of the qual qualified
ified qualified electors of said district and of
these there being not less than 2a per
cent who are owners of freeholds
therein, and that the same is in the
form required by law; new therefore,
RESOLVED, By the beard of public
Instruction for the county of Marlon,
state of Florida, that it is hereby de determined
termined determined at this the first meeting of
said board after the receipt of said pe petition,
tition, petition, that $75,000 is the amount of
i vnmi t fnr tha nnrr nM Cft
forth in said petition, ro-wit: "To build,
repair ana enlarge scnoui uvuoco ui
said district and furnishing the sime,
and for the pajnect of all indebted indebtedness
ness indebtedness of iaid district existing at the
time of the issuance of such bonds and
incurred for the exclusive use of the
public free schools therein"; thct the
rate of intrre. t to be paid on said
bonds shall be five (5) per cent per
annum due and payable annually on
the first day of July of each year until
said bonds are paid: that the principal
of said bonds shall be due and payable
twenty (20) years from the date of
their Issuance. m
The above Is a correct copy cf the
minutes of July 9, 1913.
J. H. Brlnson, Secretary.
W D. Carn. Chairman. 7-18- 5t wky
MARIOX-DUXX MASONIC IODGE
Marion-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. 51.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
J. E. C1IACE
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CONTRACTOR AND BUILOER
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Words Stronger Than Actions Here.
The author of the old adage, "Ac "Actions
tions "Actions speak louder than words," had
never had a judge say to him, "FIto
Minister 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
bovls. Every pill guaranteed. Price
23 cents at Tydings & Co. Adv
When a man begins to boaet about
lis ability as a weather prophet it
s a sign that he is growing old.
L. F. BLALOCK
. Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
5L C. IZLAK
Office Law Library Building
J. G. PURVIS
Office Over Nash' Dry Goods Store
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building
CARPENTER AND BUIl DER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the moiw than any other
contractor in the city.
1 IXTKKEST I IIIFXKS
OCALA JUNIORS AT
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7. 1913
'Jbzisftess ofyour'Cfwn sorne sorne--
- sorne-- (cry jcnkyour nojey joys.
Have a business of your own some day,
you may enjoy a comfortable old age; there
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 I per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
"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"
florida title and abstract co.
fir II ;
The Ocala Rifles, which for a score The Ocala Junior baseball team
of years has been the pride of Mar-.went up to Reddick today on the
ion county, is again taking its place 'noon A. C. L. train to cross bats with
among the leading companies of the: the juniors of that town on their
state militia. For the past few years' grounds this afternon.
interest in the company has apparent-j The Ocala's are traveling under the
jly had a case of "dieback" and the leadership of Jake Goldman, and he
; task of keeping it up to its former; says he has a winning team in their'
standard has been quite a difficult class. The players are John Lang,
j one for the officers. Under the lead- catcher; West Keith, pitcher; Jake
! ership of Capt. Fred E. Weihe the j Goldman first base; Elmer Small,'
'company is taking on new life. The; second base; Roy Sampson, third
! members are out this afternoon atjbase; Henry Clayton, short stop;
j the range about two miles southwest Vernon Sampson, right field; James
of town engaged in rifle practice. Duff y, center field; Clarence Dinkins,
They take advantage of the Thurs- left field. ;
day half holiday nearly every week A detailed report of the game will
to get this long range practice, while be secured if possible for tomorrow's
thej' get considerable practice at the paper. ;
indoor target at the armory. There
are in the company a number of
splendid marksmen, but the lack of
practice has been keeping them from
entering the state crack team on its
annual trips to the national "shoots."
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.
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For the Band Concert Friday Evening
at 8:10 O'Clock
March, "Diamond Crown" W. J.
Flower song, "Hearts and Flow Flowers"
ers" Flowers" Tobani.
Medley, "Southern Plantation
Ten minutes intermission.
"Genee waltzes" Maurice Levi
FENNELL S CHICKEN FEED
Mr. J. M. Fennell. one of Marion's
young farmers, formerly with the
Ocala Iron Works, called at the
Board of Trade Wednesday and
brought a sample of old fashioned
chicken corn, and for feed I believe
it excells the sunflower. An abunT
dance of seed on each stalk and
cut when the corn is in condition for
feed makes a good product for silo
or general feeding purposes.
It was good to have a farmer like
Mr. Fennell call. He possesses good
if i X
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he can do, and when you stop and
"Silver Threads Among the' think, our farmers are the grandest,
H P Danks strongest and best links in the great
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ing delving into the inexhaustible storehouse
Vander- of old mother earth that gives tti all j v
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CLIMATE OP FLORIDA IS !out on the arm makes our strons"
COMPR VTIVFLY COOL es best men minds not filled with
' the intricate and vexing problems of
(Sanford Herald) the rusning biness world but
storea witn tne Droaa, aeep inmgs
People are not leaving Florida to
keep cool. They are simply carrying
out the American idea of changing
scenes to prevent ennui.
have been in
Turn back the pages of memory to
IXAC OLttlt- XJX CI
of years feel that they need a change
of scenes and climate and return
greatly refreshed by such change.
They do not leave Florida because
the weather is cooler, for with very
few exceptions the weather was cool cooler
er cooler in Florida yesterday than it was
in northern Michigan. The ther thermometer
mometer thermometer here yesterday registered
92 degrees in the shade where
cooling breezes from the gulf and
ocean and Lake Monroe could help
to make life worth living.
Press dispatches report the ther thermometer
mometer thermometer at Grand Haven, Michigan,
(wherever that is) as, registering 94
degrees and no breeze to give relief.
Compare that report with our report
and with our delightful breezes
thrown in for good measure and we
crackers have it on the rest of the
country by a big majority. It was
formerly the fashion to go north for
cooler weather and in the winter to
go to Florida to find warmer weather
preparation through a close contact
with nature direct from God's hand,
iwas worth more than his years of
) learning in the great schools of an
'Egyptian kingdom. Prepared to face
the duties of a great career. Just so
j with the farmer that is a student of
nature. He and he alone can work
out a destiny, and achieve a victory
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I welcome you all; come with us,
we will do you good and you will be
an Inspiration to a more determined
effort to make Marion county come
'into her just reward.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
Marion County Board of Trade.
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NOTICE TO U. D. C.
The regular meeting of the U. D.
C, Dickison Chapter, will be held at
the residence of Mrs. Raymond Bul Bullock
lock Bullock on Friday afternoon at 4:30
Mrs. S. R. Whaley,
in the winter time. Now people come,"
to Florida and stay here because in
the winter the weather is warm and
in the summer the weather is delight
ful and as Irving Cobb rightly says
in the Saturday Evening Post, Cali-
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TUESDAY AUGUST 12, LIMIT AUGUST 15.
Tickets Good on All Regular Trains.
For information call on M. R. WILLIAMS,
J. G. KIRKLAND, Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
Division Passenger Agent, Tampa, Tla.
Y. R. BEAZLEY, 1. P. A., Tampa.
Therefore people who live in Flor-'duction. We are at your service,
ida never leave the state to better 'Phone 2 8 4. The Court Pharmacy. 7 6t
climatic conditions. They cannot j
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climate exists even in the Hawaiian
Islands among the lotus eaters. Our
nannlo m o trn n rrtYl in tVQ BlimTTlpr i
to freshen up on the styles and see
Two of the choicest corner lots In
Seymour residential addition,
across the street from Mr. McConn's
something new under the sun, but 1 home; also a fine factory or ware
house site across the street, east,
they never go north to be comforta comfortable.
ble. comfortable. In the very near future they will
from Teuton's store. North Magnolia
street, with A. C. L. railway on rear.
need to go north to freshen upj
:Will sell either or both at big bar-
and easy payments. Apply at
TO THE CITIZENS OF OCALA
c .v sain
. , ... iStar office or to R. R. Carroll, tf
strides mat ine riunua cities aie
making the largest city in the United
States will eventually be in this
The statement made regarding the
summer climate of Florida seems be beyond
yond beyond belief to the people of the north
who have never been to Florida and
who look upon this state as the jump-'city
ing off place, where the people wear
no clothes and the sun never sets or
quits working except when the freez freezes
es freezes come (and according to some of
their tales the state is frozen every
But every summer see more and
more of the northern people coming
to Florida to try our climate in the
summer a3 an experiment, and by
and by they will be coming to Flori Florida
da Florida in the summer to take advantage
of our summer climate and our mag magnificent
nificent magnificent ocean beaches and the
world will behold the unheard of
spectacle of people leaving northern
states to come south to Florida
the tropic country to keep cool, and
they will keep cool and be more com comfortable
fortable comfortable and more healthy than they
have ever been in any northern city.
The Best Hot Weather .Tonic
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TOXIC enriches the
blood, builds up the whole system and will won wonderfully
derfully wonderfully strengthen and fortify you to withstand
tie depressing effect of the hot summer. 50c.
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
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.
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.
"I was cure$ 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.
f WV BELTIXC
PLIXERS ItESAWS STEAM FEEDS
MATCHERS SELF FEED U1P
TOWER EDGERS TRIMMERS
PERKIXS' SHIXGLU MACHINERY
EXGIXES, up to 40 h. SAW3MLLS
BOILERS, up to 40 Ii. LlsM and Heavy
SAWDUST CONVEYORS SLAB CANVEYORS
GASOLINE ENGINES STEAM FEEDS
LATH MILLS STAVE MILLS
SAW BITS for all makes of aavia
SHAFTING PULLEYS BOXES
4 grradea -medium to beat
VS CANT HOOKS TONGS
IYTHING FOR THE
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 & PACKING CO.
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THE OCALA EVEXbb STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
ISITTINGKK & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It. 11. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
ABOUT TO ROUXD UP
THE MALARIA 'BUG!
One year, in advance $5.00 One year, in advance $S.OO
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance 50
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance .8''
An American army orncer down in.
i Cuba found out sixteen years ago,;
cays the Pittsburg Press, that a nios-j
quito, Diting nom man to man, car-,
ried yellow fever, and that as youj
put the anopheles insect out of bus-;
iiness, you likewise reduced .the lia-;
bility to "fash the shake." What,
he dii nor learn was what made the
mischief in the "skeeterV bite.
Dr. Wade Brown, a University of;
North Carolina professor, has just;
uncovered thai it is a colored poison
called hematin. The little bug which1
the doctors call the malaria germ
The girls' tomato clubs are one of ; partment can stand the expense. As
the molt practical moves made to-jilr. Bryan says, the postmaster gen-
ward reducing the high cost of liv living
ing living made lately.
eral can reduce the revenue of his
department, but he can't make ap-
WMAX I CREDIT ?
Credit is the real function of banking. It is the backbone of every business
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, upon 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 business
ness business relations with this strong, sound institution. There are many ways thi
bank can serve you, other than safeguarding your money.
concocts this pigment somewhere in
its minute system and once it gets
into the blood of a human being it
quickly spreads throughout the;
body, producing the straw colored!
malaria tinge. Dr. Brown has alsoi
discovered a way to make this col-fTenn., in futflerculosis work, devot-
ored poison chemically. He and num4 ing part of his time in Tennessee and
imroe & CtiamMIss JBaoIc
Castro's present revolution
'made in Germany," where
jpropriations to supply deficits; hejeroas other researchers are now ataaxt in Floridaf The : State Board
wasj shouldn't therefore make wholesale ; vork on mice and gUiena pigs inocu-'of Health "loses ""the assistance of a
the additions to expenses without author- ;
South American revolution sojourn sojourned
ed sojourned during his exile.
County Commissioner Drysdale of
Duval county has been arrested on
the charge of appropriating public
funds to his private use.
ity from Congress.
Iating them with hematine, prelimi- good man. Fort Myers Press.
nary to seeing whether they cannot' Nobody will regret the doctor's
::: I a drug to take the place of quin- resignation any more than the friends
ihe has made in Ocala.
The Dade City Banner is a new new-candidate
candidate new-candidate for popular favor. It is a
iian&some paper and a newsy on
John B. Tippen is editor.
Frank Chase of Jacksonville is
..aid to be desirous of entering the
Tace against Claude L'Engle for Con Congress
gress Congress in the new or fourth district.
The Atlanta murder case is becom becoming
ing becoming to filthy to print. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. The Star expects to print the re result;
sult; result; the details are too rank.
"Consider the Horse," pleads the
Albany Herald. Our information is
that most of the brethren are giving
more attention to the calf these days.
Columbia, S. C, State.
This is the most delicate allusion
to the slit skirt we have seen yet.
It is pleasing to read the commen commendatory
datory commendatory references made by the news newspapers
papers newspapers to the possible candidacy of
ex-Governor Gilchrist for United
.States senator. We think he intends
to run. Punta Gorda Herald.
The ex-governor has lots of friends
and if he runs he will cut. consider considerable
able considerable ice.
-Some Florida editors have not yet
learned that Putnam county is no
longer "in the second congressional
district. Sam Hilburn is now in
Claude L'Engle's district, not in
Irank Clark's. Gainesville Sun.
Will the Sun kindly inform a wait waiting
ing waiting world who the benighted editors
are. They are not on the Star's ex exchange
change exchange list.
D. HOOD HAS STEPPED DOWN i- as a specific for malaria.
j Luckily the anopheles, "skeeter";-
Dr. Walter Hood, alderman fromlis not common and if we are careful -- --
the second ward, has resigned his! to drain our swamps or keep them lIPJPI AxxIrlrM Ali
well coated with kerosene the malar- W'vknwwil IkbS niSW
ial germ won't have must of a show.'i r..j tar -j r c ,.
wig lum, ruuuu, uanirju, rui aaie
place on the city council. The doc doctor
tor doctor has made a splendid alderman,
and likes to serve the city, but the
office interferes too much with his
practice. He requests the Star to
thank his friends for the honor they
conferred on him, and assure them
that the only reason he resigned was
that his patients need him more than
tiui it wouia ue nne to take a swig
X t t.r.T faf.uTr; For Rent and Similar Local Needs
and bid the hematin distributor to-
do its worst.
WANTED Stenographers, clerks.
,for railway work, bookkeepers, sales-
j men, chefs, electricians. Address
We must charge the very excellent 217 Heard Bank Building, Jackson Jackson-Ocala
Ocala Jackson-Ocala Star with slopping over for ville, Fla. 8-4-6t
T" II- 1 t
ui. noou was mucn interested in once, anyway. It says that excent in
all public measures, particularly j the number of its pages the Tampa; FOR RENT Half of a large j
luuse pei laming to me pudiic neaun, j Tribune is the biggest morning paper house, four rooms on first floor, on
and was able to give much good ad- n Florida. By all the laws of ethics south Fourth street, east; also the
vice to his colleagues. it should have said "one of the big- Thomas cottage on corner of Orange
The publifc isn't aware of it, but gest." Ahem. Sr. Petersburg Times, avenue and south Fourth street. Ap-
the position of alderman for the city. The Times is a great big little ply at 310 S. Main street. A. M.
of Ocala is a strenuous job. There j whale itself, and the only reason it Bobbitt. 8-2-tf dly.
is a great deal of hard work in it, nojisn't as big as the Tribune is because :
pay, very little appreciation and a lot jits pond is smaller.- It hasn't been
of criticism, most of which is uncle-. s0 long ago since the Tribune was no
served. The steadily growing city j bigger than the Times, but it and
will not be able for many years, Tampa have grown like young bay
longer to secure representative men trees. :
to serve it without pay. The Star!
recommended some months ago that
the charter be changed so that a
FOR SALE 1913 4hp. Indian
motorcycle. Cheap for cash. H. S.
A verdict for $10,000 damages in
favor of thp Wanohnla Maniifarmr-
business manager could be selected jing Cf) againt the Atlantlc Coast
to look after city affairs under theLine railroad v,a5 rendered in the
supervision of the council. This orjclrcuit coun of Hillsborough county
cnmo nt nor V. q t. cr ill liox-o t r "Krv 1
- -.-,. .-, ..-- -. Wednesday afternoon by
maae in a tew years.
TURTLES I want to get a few
dozen newly-hatched soft-shell tur turtles.
tles. turtles. I pay $2 per dozen for them.
H. W. Aitken, 2020 Arch street, Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, Pa. S-4-Gt
FOR SALE 1913 motorcycles and
motor boats at bargain prices, all
Jur" makes, brand new machines, on easy
j which has been hearing the evidence monthly payment plan. Get our
! f or the last week or more- The suit proposition before buying or you will
1 which arose over the burning of the rPffrPt also bargains in used
" warehouse and offices of the plain- motorcycles. Write us today. En-
The Star is pleased to note the j tiffs, alleged to have resulted from a COSe stamp for reply. Address, Lock
forming of, a co-partnership between sA ark from a Coast Line locomotive, gox Trenton Mich. 7-lS-tf
two of Ocala's bdght and promising j was hard fought throughout. The, '.
young lawyers, Messrs. Edwin Spen- j attorneys for the railroad gave no-, FRM FOR S.LE Splendid farm
A BliAIXY LAW COMBINATION
cer, Jr., who has already won" his tice that they would file a motion
of 40 acres near Ocala; new v2 -story,
The Orlando Sentinel thinks we
""will need, more than an army of
"SOO.000 men to handle the Mexicans.
"4We wouldn't need one tenth that
nnmber. They would be the easiest
fojmch JJnc'e Sam ever tackled.
Well, now, if you think Mexicans
can't fight, you have another think
i -. i ji j j i i
iaureis aim sprouiea nis spurs, anaaor a new iriai. Aunougn tne sum 7room house servants' house and
Mr. Fred Hocker, who by the rights j of $50,000 damages has been asked :all neCessary outbuildings; good wa wa-of
of wa-of heredity and tradition should bejby the plaintiffs and a verdict for;ter. ian(j an cleared and under fence;
equally as brilliant and successful only $10,000 rendered the railroad : sha'de lrees around house; a number
when he has been practicing as long. company will try 'to keep from pay- of bearng pear trees. Price $3000.
No two young men are better equip-1 ing any part of the damage. Wau- Tprmt. nn onnijf-oHnn n "Farmer"
ped than these to fight the battles, j chula Advocate. care Star 7-29-3t
uuiu ui me worm auu oi ine legal rve;u-ai raiiruau taciics, lo -euu
fraternity than are these two, and i ten times as much as a case is worth FOR SALE Suite of bedroom fur fur-working
working fur-working in double harness they! in wearing out one plaintiff in order niture, bureau, wash stand, bed, mat mat-should
should mat-should make a law firm to be reck- to discourage others. One of the tress and springs, art square, two
oned among the best in the state, j most damnable forms of corporation small rugs, toilet set, etc.; good as
when they have been pulling together injustice, and one that adds greatly 'new; will be sold cheap. Address,
long enough. ; to popular bitterness. "j, c." care Star. 7-29-6td
Edwin Spencer is one of the best
known young lawyers in the state.
He won more favorable comment,
The trial and conviction of Beck-
The Orlando Sentinel says, "When' F0R SALE-
a married man goes down town every t plements, etc.
-Good farm with im im-complete,
complete, im-complete, can be had
more recognition and there was more night, it is a sure sign that he faced jat reasonable price. Owner cannot
written and said of him during the the parson with the wrong woman." attend to same on account of other
er. Lefty Louie and the other gun- session and since the adjournment of isn't .hp sirn in-st ahnnt interests. Address "H." in care of
zd en .hasn't purged New York Of that the legislature than any other man J ive that the woman squared up along-; Ocala Star. 7-29-2tw
description of crime. A young man; who has ever gone to the state legis-!side a man in name onlv. Fort Mv-j
named Lustig was shot down, Mon-.lature of his age. He is the son of ers Press.
w t i i
aay nignt, in a conee nouse, to wnicn one of the oldest practitioners In the Sometimes its a sizn that the man
lake Yd&iiir (Owl
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WHITE STAIR LIME,
TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.
lie had been lured by a woman, under
.Circumstances similar to the killing
of the gambler for whose murder
Becker and his pals are now under
sentence of death.
.A perusal of the Congressional Re Record
cord Record shows that the Star was correct
in assuming that Senator Bryan of
Florida opposed the change in parcel
post rates because he thought the
jpostma-ster general had no right to
make them without the authority of
Congress. Mr. Bryan pertinently
says that while a former postmaster
general had mail carried by freight,
state and a man who was conceded; is working night and day to keep the
one of the best when he was actively! woman provided with food and
engaged in the practice of law Col. J clothes.
Frederick Hocker is a son of one
of the state's best known jurists, a
man of whom Ocala is proud, Judge
Wm. A. Hocker of the supreme court
of Florida, who was judge of this
circuit for many years before taking!
that exalted position, and Mr. Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Hocker is a brother of Mr.
William Hocker of this city, one of
the state's foremost lawyers and
The election Tuesday at Palat Palat-ka
ka Palat-ka for the annexation of Palatka
Heights!) which was bitterly opposed
by the free-holders and citizens of
the latter place, on the grounds that
only a part of the incorporation of
the Heights was included, resulted in
the anti-annexationists winning by a
majority of over 71 votes.
jT Dr.-Hiram Byrd, the efficient assis-
TVi o Star r.ror ?-ta a birilUonf future or rf Tkr T Vtnytay nf tVi TT l.r
t2e present incumbent is making j for this law firm and wishes thelida State BoarcL-Pf Health, has re-
pneparations to have freight carried (young men all possible success ondj signed and will become associated
tKF mall, and he doesn't think the de-jhonors. I with Dr. J. M. Masters, of Newport,
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 Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. For information write J". G.
Baskin, Dunnellon, Fla. 7-22-lm
LOST A gold bar 1 pin, heavily
engraved on each end with a square
of solid gold also engraved in center.
Finder will be suitably rewarded by
returning same to D. T. Jeffcoat or
to this office 8-l-6t
COXCORDIA 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
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
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 & PACKING CO.
Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. lor your wants
Shoes !r&oes Shoes
That are Stylish 01 Good Quality That Fit The Feet
We have them for the Whole Family, for All Occassions, Evening, Dress, and General Wear. When in need of
Shoes give us a trial, and we will convince you.
AVE HAVE THEM IX TAX, CALF, BROWX VICI, CCX METAL, BLACK VICI AXD PATEXT
Dry Goods, Ladies' Ready to Wear.
E. X. HELVENSTON
Shoes, Men's Furnishings
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1913
wonders still to be beat RETURN TO LARGE HAT BLOTTER FITS POCKET
California Has Largest Trees; Sar.arc
the Biggest Desert; New York
the Longest Tunnel.
J. F. JENKINS & CO.
Ocala, Pla., July 30, 1913.
M. Fishel & Son,
It was ou'r intention to begin work on the
interior of your store, Monday next, but on
account of buildings we now have under construc construction,
tion, construction, we will be unable to begin work on yours
within Two Weeks from date.
Trusting this will meet with your approval,
We beg to remain,
J. F. JENKINS & CO.
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Marrying Among the Pilgrims.
"The Pilgrims of Plymouth Rock
fame did not believe in ".ivlng single
long after the death of a wife or hus
band." says Rev. Mr. Doran, a New
England pastor. "The mother of
Peregrine White, the first while child
born In America, was married to Gov
Wlnslow when she was only 12 weeks
a widow and he eight weeks a wid
Simplicity Isn't Rudeness.
In seeking the simple life you must
cast off che artificialities of life, but
you Deed not abandon Its refinements
There is nothing complex or.oompli
eating about culture A stable arid a
bathroom are net Innerently tncompat
Ible. From -The Richer Life." by W
An Aviator Saved Life.
At Berek-sur-Mer, near Boulogne,
France, a few days ago, an invalid
went for a drive in a little donkey donkey-cart,
cart, donkey-cart, which stuck fast on the seashore
and began to sink, just as the tide was
coming in. His plight was seen by
an aviator, who succeeded in attract attracting
ing attracting the attention of a fisherman, who
rescued the invalid.
Get my prices on that new Bungalow, Cottage, Residence or y
Store, Office Building or Schoo House. My Prices are Right, my
eJ. O. McCASKILL,
CONTRACTOR AXD BUILDER
f P. O. Box 350
. "If I do it, it's donr Right." y
Has a large Circle of Listeners Who Prof Profit
it Profit by Her Wisdom and Experience.
In almost any settled community there's
a grandma who kaows Mother's Friend.
Not only is she reminiscent of her own
Florida Rye and 90 Day Seed Pals
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
experience, but It was through her recom recommendation
mendation recommendation that so many young, expectant
mothers derived the comfort and blessing
f this famous remedy.
Mother's Friend Is applied externally to
the abdomen, stomach and breasts, allays
all pain, avoids all nausea, and prevents
caking of the breasts.
It Is quickly and wonderfully penetrating,
permits the muscles to expand without the
etrain on the ligaments, and prepares the sys system
tem system so thoroughly that the crisis is passed
almost without the slightest distress. Thus
there need be no such thing as dread or fear.
No better nor more cheering advice caa
be given the expectant mother than to sug suggest
gest suggest the use of Mother's Friend. She will
take courage from the beginning. The days
will be cheerful, the nights restful. Thus
the health Is preserved, the mind is in
r'epose and the period is an unending one
f quiet, joyful anticipation.
You can obtain Mother's Friend of any
druggist at Sl.CMJ a bottle. Do not forget
nor neglect to be supplied with this greatest
remedy ever devised for motherhood- It Is
unfailing. Write at once to BradSeld Regu Regulator
lator Regulator Co., 133 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.,
for their very Interesting and instructive
book of advice for expectant mothers.
HOT WEATHER BROUGHT DOWN DOWNFALL
FALL DOWNFALL OF SMALL MILLINERY.
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS
The largest trees in the world are
undoubtedly the giant 'redwoods of
California. One of these, in Tulare
county, has at the base a circumfer circumference
ence circumference of 10S feet and at a point 12
feet from the ground a circumfer circumference
ence circumference of 76 feet.
The largest desert in the world is
the Sahara. This barren waste has
a length of 3,000 miles and an aver average
age average width of 900 miles. Rain falls
there at intervals of five, ten and
twenty years. It is blistering hot in
summer and in winter the tempera temperature
ture temperature frequently fall3 to zero.
The largest cave is the Mammoth
cave in Kentucky. This consists of
a succession of irregular chambers,
certain of which are traversed by
the Echo river.
The highest active volcano is Popo Popocatepetl
catepetl Popocatepetl near Pueblo, Mexico. It is
17,500 feet above sea level and has a
crater 2,000 feet wide.
The longest railway tunnel aside
from the New York subway is that
of St. Gothard on the line of the
road between Lucerne and Milan. It
is 264 feet wide, 19 feet from floor
to roof, and 9U miles long.
The Chinese wall, now reported to
be in process of demolition, is the
greatest on earth- It was completed
in 204 B. C. as a protection against
the Tartars. The wall traverses a
rough stretch of country, passing
over the mountains and valleys and
across rivers. It is 1,500 miles
long, 20 feet high, 25 feet thick at
base, and 15 feet at its top.
The greatest pyramid is that of
Cheops of the Gizah group. It con contains
tains contains 89,000,000 cubic feet of masonry,
is 451 feet high, and the total weight
of its stone has been estimated at
over 6,000,000 tons.
The highest lighthouses are the
Bartholdi Statue of Liberty in New New-York
York New-York harbor, which is 151 feet, be besides
sides besides a pedestal of 155 feet; one at
Genoa, Italy, 210 feet in height, and
Cape Hatteras Light, which is 189
The largest bell is the great bell
at Moscow, which is 86 feet in cir circumference
cumference circumference at the bottom, over 21
feet high and 23 inches thick at the
top. Its weight has been computed
at 217 tons. It has never been hung.
PRETTY PRESENT FOR MAN WHO
DOES MUCH TRAVELING.
1 Wide-Brimmed Tuscan and Leghorn
Shaped Now Most Favored by j
Parisiennes May Be Worn
at Various Angles.
Many clever persons who consid considered
ered considered themselves dress experts de declared
clared declared in no uncertain voice that the
small hat would remain in fashion all
' through the summer and autumn;
that the big picture hat was dead!
I This is of course pure nonsense,
t writes a Paris correspondent. The
Parisiennes may at times adopt fash fash-.
. fash-. Ions which appear eccentric and ex-
traordinary, but it rarely happens that
they adopt a fashion which Is unsuit unsuit-J
J unsuit-J able. The little close-fitting hat as
' originally conceived was a smart little
affair, eminently suitable for winter
' It came down closely on the head.
It permitted enormous fur stoles and
collars to be worn with comfort; it
clung to the hair In a gale of wind.
In short it was thoroughly suitable
wear, and eclectic Parisiennes must
Horse's Instinct Saves Girl.
A horse's sagacity was instanced in
a remarkable manner at Aberdeen not
many days ago. when a child narrow narrowly
ly narrowly escaped being trampled to death.
Two horses were pulling a lorry out
of a stable, and when about to turn
into the street one of the animals
stopped dead with its forelog poised
in the air, and despite the exhorta exhortations
tions exhortations of the driver refused to budge
an inch. A woman's scream attracted
the driver's attention, and, following
her pointed finger with his eye, he
clambered down off the vehicle to in investigate
vestigate investigate the cause of the delay. On
reaching the ground he noticed a lit little
tle little child lying prone on its face liter literally
ally literally under the horse's hoofs. But for
the amazing sagacity on the animal's
part, the little one must undoubtedly
have been killed.
Are Women More Trustworthy?
Several leading business men in
London have been interviewed on the
question as to whether women are
safer handlers of money than men.
Mr. Gordon Selfridge says that, taking
the average, women were more hon honest
est honest than men. In a cashier's position
a woman was at least equal in every
respect to a man. Another large em employer
ployer employer declared that the average wom woman
an woman could not be trusted. They do not
take any Interest in their work, and
are always impatiently looking at the
clock to see when they can leave. A
militant suffragette, drawing herself
up to her full height, replied, scorn scornfully:
fully: scornfully: "Women are men's superior in
everything honesty, morals, and
One of the New Watteau Hats in Leg Leghorn
horn Leghorn Straw.
not be blamed if the close-fitting hat
was made ridiculous by ignorant per persons
sons persons who did not know how to make
it and by others who did not know how
to wear it.
With the return of summer has come
the inevitable return of the wide wide-brimmed
brimmed wide-brimmed picture hat. There has not
been a summer season in which wide wide-brimmed
brimmed wide-brimmed tuscan and leghorn hats were
more fashionable. And now that black
velvet strings are so fashionable these
hats present a delightfully picturesque
outline; they are very many of them
almost exactly like the lovely hats
depicted by Winterhalter in his paint painting
ing painting of the Empress Eugenie and her
attendant ladies. And side by side
with these wide-brimmed hats we find
the quaint Watteau shapes which seem
like a flat plateau and which are
raised to an extraordinary height at
In the sketch you will find a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful model of a Watteau hat. The orig original
inal original model was made of fine tuscan
with a wide band of black velvet rib ribbon
bon ribbon passed over the flat crown, and
at the back, where the brim turned up
very sharply, there was a large cluster
of silver gray marabout feathers.
These flat Watteau hats can be
worn thrown back a little to show
the hair in front or they can be raised
high at the back and tilted forward
to shade the face. They are quaint
and original in outline, but with sum summer
mer summer gowns of lace or fine muslin they
will have a huge success.
The Poet and the Boy.
Dr. Carleton Simon, the well-known
New York specialist, told at a dinner
the other night a story about James
Russell Lowell. "It seems," said Dr.
Simon, "that a woman friend had
asked the famous poet to write in her
autograph album. So Lowell wrote:
What Is so rare as a day In June?'
"Some time later the poet had oc occasion
casion occasion to call at the woman's house.
While waiting he picked up the album
and glanced through It. Great was
his surprise when he came to his own
writing and found scrawled beneath
it In a schoolboy hand 'A Chinaman
Effective Color Scheme.
i A scheme of orange and brown for
a living room may be effectively
worked out in the following manner:
, Wood finish, paneling, ceiling beams,
etc., In a flat browi. such as walnut,
Austrian oak or Flemish oak, a wains wainscot
cot wainscot five feet high of the brown wood
and the wall above washed with a
1 deep, rich orange color of kalsomine.
' The celling between the beams washed
with the same color, two tones lighter
in shade. Furniture upholstered with
corduroy in grayish tan or with tap tapestry
estry tapestry having brown and green foliage
or other combinations of color that are
quiet and unobtrusive. The colors In Introduced
troduced Introduced in cushions should be orange,
; embroidered with gold, or green and
gold, or turquoise blue; in bric-a-brac,
etc., old brass or pewter, Japan lac lacquer
quer lacquer In brown, Jade, malachite or tur turquoise
quoise turquoise blue enamel.
Convenient Little Article Probably
Will Be Appreciated Most by
Those Who Are Constant
Users of Fountain Pens.
This blotter will take up very little
more space in a pocket than an en envelope
velope envelope of a commercial size, and
might even be carried In an ordinary
Users of fountain pens will find it
extremely useful, and It is quite sim simple
ple simple to make. In constructing it, in
the first place a piece of thick card cardboard
board cardboard five inches in length and three
inches In width will be required, and
that side which is to form the back
of the blotter must be covered with
This can be easily done by cutting
out a piece of silk somewhat larger
than the cardboard, turning it over at
the edges and fastenings It down with
liquid glue or some other strong ad adhesive.
hesive. adhesive. The corners, under which the sheets
of blotting paper are to be slipped,
may be fastened in position, and they
are made of strips of kid (plenty of
material will be found in an old kid
ii i nr. trs-M
' v r.
glove) of the shape shown in diagram
B. The kid must be folded at the
points indicated by the dotted lines,
and the two portions marked C and C
glued to the board, and when dry, two
or three sheets of blotting paper cut
to fit can be slipped into the corners
The blotter is furnished with a fold fold-over
over fold-over flap, lined with soft silk and
edged with a fine silk cord, which is
carried into a loop in front for the
purpose of securing it to the small
barrel button, sewn on to the lower
part of the case.
Diagram A shows the flap drawn
over the blotting paper, and fastened
down, and initials of the owner can be
worked upon the exterior where indicated.
RED GROWING IN POPULARITY
"Beg pardon, sir," said the doorman
at the Staghorn club. "Haven't you
made a mistake?"
"I reckon not." replied Si Corntos Corntos-sel.
sel. Corntos-sel. "The sign on the door says 'No
Admission,' and if they's no admis admission,
sion, admission, it's free, ain't it?" Judge.
The Safety Point.
Mrs. Recently-Wed Did I appear
nervous at all during my marriage
Friend (envious) A little at first,
dear, but not after George had said
Blinks Hello, old chap, how's the
world treating you?
Banks Very seldom. Canadian
Panniers are by no means a thing
of the past- Smart dresses for street
and afternoon wear, especially design designed
ed designed for the young miss or slender
woman, show the caught-up forms of
drapery, strongly suggesting the pan pannier
nier pannier ideas. Generally speaking, how however,
ever, however, the draperies are long, one of
the newest styles giving a figure out outline
line outline much wider at the knees than
above or below this point Some of
these designs have the appearance of
a lengthened panier, inasmuch as the
drapery Is looped up to give a some somewhat
what somewhat distended effect. The majority
of these dresses are cut quite narrow
about the feet Dry Goods Economist
In All Its Nuances Rich Shade In Increases
creases Increases in Favor-as the Season
Instead of the craze for red being
on the wane it seems to increase.
The softness of the dye is what makes
it transparent and lovely. Otherwise
it would be impossible. In ruby, cher cherry,
ry, cherry, brick and any of the darker tones
it is fascinating, while In flame, wa watermelon,
termelon, watermelon, primrose, coral, it is more
Salmon is a tone that has but re recently
cently recently arrived. It has become popu popular
lar popular because of its vivid tone, pink
itself being too dull to suit the exigen exigencies
cies exigencies of the moment Shrimp Is a dye,
too, that is popular. But, like all the
rest, it must be in supple rich silk or
satin, or in moussellne de sole. The
big sashes that are known as the "Dl "Dl-rectoire,"
rectoire," "Dl-rectoire," (though they are not real really
ly really so), form a kind of draping at the
side or back, and at present appear
to be falling off in favor. I saw half
a dozen frocks for a Dublin bride to today,
day, today, made on the Rue de la Palx, and
there was not a sash on any of them.
A levender pinchusion is a dainty
affair for the toilet table during the
warm days, filling the room with its
It is very pretty when covered In
pale fawn, embroidered in violet and
green and the word "lavender" writ written
ten written across in the former color to re remind
mind remind one still further of the cushion's
Other pincushions might be made in
the same way, and be filled with va various
rious various sweet smelling herbs, such as
rosemary, bergamot and lemon ver verbena,
bena, verbena, while a potpourri one would be
It should be covered with white mus muslin
lin muslin and decorated daintily with ribbon
work or silks in colors suggesting the
"A bribe is an insult to an honest
"That Is why the other kind pocket
Woman and the Fly Pest
Doctors, generally, and specialized
boards of health have done much to :
bring home the danger that lurks
within the forepaws of the common
house fly, but in the end It is a wom woman's
an's woman's fight Each woman must try to
rid her own home of the pests and
t appeal to her politician brother's
sense of public duty to have the fly fly-breeding
breeding fly-breeding places cleaned up. Woman's
The Modish Sash.
Sashes may be tied at the side of the
back with short ends, or may hang
from a fiat bow directly in the middle
of the back with long, side-plaited
ends, caught at the bottom by hem hemstitched
stitched hemstitched bands of ribbon or silk. Picot Picot-edged
edged Picot-edged ribbon sashes have tasseled
ends. Small sashes tie directly in the
niddle of the front with three-inch
Icopa edged with five-inch fringe.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1913
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f
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(If you have any items for this department call phone 10 6)
The health committee meeting that
was held yesterday afternoon at the
residence of its chairman, Mrs. Wal Walter
ter Walter Hood, was largely attended by a
most enthusiastic body of ladies of
the Woman's Club, and a great work
was well begun. After a thorough
business organization the different
committees were named, and work
will be begun at once. The com committees
mittees committees and their members are as
follows. On the committee of place
and equipment are Mrs. Geo. C.
Looney, Mri Peek and Mrs. George
MacGay; committee on publicity,
Mrs. L. M. Murray and Mrs. S. T. Sis Sis-trunk;
trunk; Sis-trunk; committee on judges, Misses
Marshal, Gerard and Howard, with
all the physicians of the city; com committee
mittee committee on enrollment, Mrs. R. L. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Mrs. Wm. Hocker, Mrs. Wm.
Gober, Mrs. J. J. Gerig, Mrs. J. E.
Hester, Mrs. Bradford Webb and Mrs.
Leitner; committee on prizes, Mrs. E.
M. Howard and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk.
At the conclusion of the business,
Mrs. Hood served ser guests to de delicious
licious delicious and most refreshing iced tea
Mr. Willie Mills, a former Ocalan,
is in the city for a few days, greet-;
ing his many friends, after a year's
absence. Mr. Wills is now one of
the successful merchants of Winter;
Garden, where he located soon after!
leaving Ocala to go, into business for
himself, and his many friends in
Ocala and Marion county are delight delighted
ed delighted to learn that he is making goodj
in the home of his adoption.
Those going down from Ocala to
be in attendance upon the lovely lit little
tle little tea party given by Mrs. John Tay Taylor
lor Taylor at her pretty lakeside home in
honor of her guest, Miss Ledbetter,
of Atlanta, this evening, at 6 o'clock,
are Misses Minnie Stovall, Alice Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Annie Atkinson, Marie Von Von-Engelken
Engelken Von-Engelken and Messrs. Bruce Meffert,
W.'B. Gallagher, Alfred Beck and
On account of the absence from
the city of our baseball team this
Thursday afternoon is unusually
quiet. Besides a number of private
picnics and auto trips to the lake and
other resorts, the city is almost de depopulated.
populated. depopulated. Hansel DeVane Leavengood, of
Ocala, who has been the guest of his
aunt, Mrs. C. C. Hill, has returned
home. St. Augustine items in Me Metropolis.
tropolis. Metropolis. Mrs. Judson Edwards is not so
Mrs. H. A. Atwater arrived from
Palatka this afternoon for a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson will
leave tomorrow morning for Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville in their car and from there
Mrs. Johnson and Miss Victoria Ray Ray-sor,
sor, Ray-sor, who will meet her in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, will go to North Carolina,
where they will visit the Rentz fam family.
ily. family. Miss Helen Hardee will leave in a
few days for the mountains of North
Carolina to spend her vacation, going
first to Asheville, where for a time
she will be the guest of Mrs. George
Rentz of this city. Her many friends
wish for her a most delightful trip.
Miss Mattie Adams, the charming
niece of Mrs. J. A. Walters, after a
visit of several weeks with her
cousins in this city, left this morn morning
ing morning for Sanford, where she will visit
for a while before going on to her
home in Newberry, S. C. Miss Adams
is anticipating a'pleasant trip to New
York City later in the season.
Miss Percy Saunders of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville returned to her home yesterday
afternoon after a ten days' visit with
Mrs. H. M. Hampton.
Mr. George Robinson 'with Mr.
Ed Tucker were off early this morn morning
ing morning for a cruise on the pretty launch
"Isabelle," accompanied by Judge W.
S. Bullock, Mr. Jullen Bullock and
Mr. Ardis Waterman. They expect
Try BLOCK'S GRAHAM
20c peF 111.
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 3c packages, 6
for 25 c.
There is none Better than BLOCK'S.
Cam -Thomas Co.
to be away until Saturday and will
go down -as far as Wekiwa Springs
before returning home.
Mrs. James Weatherly, of Black
Mountain, N. C, has recently donated
200 hundred acres of land in the sub suburbs
urbs suburbs of that pretty little city to be
used for the development of a great
Episcopal colony, out on the North
road. Bishop Horner has officially
accepted the gift and said he was par particularly
ticularly particularly glad it was to located there
on account of the large number of
other religious colonies in the vicini vicinity.
ty. vicinity. With the coming of this great
religious body to Black Mountain an another
other another link is added to the greatest
religious chain in the history of the
world, and means that nearly five
million people in the south are more
or less interested in the different
assembled bodies located there.
Black Mountain and Montreat are
sister cities beautifully located, and
most popular at all seasons of the
year, having a welcome always for
the tourist who seeks the coolness
and beauty of their "summer hills."
Montreat, the summer headquarters'
of 500,000 Presbyterians; Ridgecrest
the summer home of 2,000,000 Bap Baptists;
tists; Baptists; the Blue Ridge Association, the
home of 500,000 Y. M. C. A., Y. W.
C. A. and members of the missionary
education movement; the Methodist
Colony Company, the headquarters
of 1,000,000 Methodists, and the
Episcopal settlement that will be the
meeting place of 200,000 members.
A movement is now on foot to locate
the Catholics and Jews in this sec section,
tion, section, and when this, is done, it will
mean this this section will be visited
by 100,000 people every summer.
Mrs. Weatherly is a most lovely and
popular woman with all who know
her, and her magnificent gift, jwhich
is to be the future summer home and
Chautauqua of the combined Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal denominations of the entire south
is of great magnitude and one that
will lead to great good. ;
Quite a number are to leave this
week for resorts in North Carolina
and Georgia. Among them afe Mrs.
J. M. Mixson and children will go to
Asheville, N. C, Mr. Goodwin Mix Mix-son
son Mix-son and sisters and Mr. James Bart Bart-ley
ley Bart-ley to Sylvania, Ga. Williston items
Ocala welcomes Mr. and Mrs. R. O.
Huntsman and family of Tampa, who
have come to make their home among
us and are at present occupying Mrs.
Mazie Lyles' residence on Watula
street. Mr. Huntsman travels for
the Standard Oil Company.
Mrs. S. E. Mays and children after
a most enjoyable visit with her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. E. M. Osborne, left yester yesterday
day yesterday for their home in Plant City.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hutchinson
returned to their home in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville yesterday afternoon after a visit
of several days delightfully spent at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Hampton in this city.
Miss Bessie MacKay entertained
the Young Ladies' Thimble Club at
her home at Lake Weir Wednesday
afternoon. A large number were in
attendance and a most delightful
afternoon was spent, in plying the
needles and in interesting conversa conversation.
tion. conversation. Miss MacKay served her guests
to delicious ices at the conclusion of
the busy hour.
Mrs. H. M. Hampton and little son,
H. M., Jr., will leave in a week or ten
days for the mountains of North
Georgia, where they will spend six
weeks of the hot weather.
Dr. Walter Hood and wife and Mr.
and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski made up
one of the auto parties to the lake
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Nelson will
go to North Lake Weir Monday to
spend some time, sharing the cottage
occupied by Mrs. Wetherbee and fam family.
ily. family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Muncaster
and two sons of Ocala sailed today
on the Lenape for Charleston, S. C,
enroute to Florence, S. C, to visit
Mr. Muncaster's relatives. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Metropolis.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will have a very pretty musical pro program
gram program at their meeting with Mrs. R.
B. Bullock tomorrow afternoon. Miss
Irma Blake will sing, and some of
our other local talent will aid.
The younger contingency of the
Ocala society circle are anticipating a
pleasant time this evening at Silver
Springs, where they will go to pass
the Thursday afternoon and indulge
in the various pleasures of the city's
popular waterfront. Supper will be
served in the pavilion and the return j
home will be made in automobiles
and the "bus," chaperoned by Mrs.
George Martin and Mrs. Tom Wallis.
On Wednesday morning at 9 i
o'clock the home of the Catholic j
priest in Tampa was the scene of a
quiet but pretty wedding, that of
Miss Alice Creath and Mr. Jefferson
Davis Sumner, of rhat city. The j
marriage was witnessed by only the ;
immediate families of the bride and
groom and one or two very special
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner left :
immediately for a short wedding
trip that will include many of the j
popular watering places on the west j
coast. Mrs. Sumner is a very charm charming
ing charming young lady and has many friends
who are greatly interested in her
marriage and wish for her much hap happiness.
piness. happiness. Mr. Sumner is one of Tam Tampa's
pa's Tampa's most exemplary young men and
at present is with the Exchange Na National
tional National Bank in that city, and has
friends wherever he is known. Mr.
Sumner is a brother of Mrs. Charles
Goddard and Mr. Mabry Sumner of
Epworth League Social
This evening the Senior Epworth
League will hold their regular
monthly business meeting and social
at the Methodist parsonage on Fort
King avenue. This meeting is of spe special
cial special interest as the election of offi officers
cers officers for the ensuing year will take
place. A cordial invitation is ex extended
tended extended to all members of the Epworth
League and their friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss left
this morning for the cottage they
have rented by Lake Weir, and where
they expect to spend the next few
weeks in quiet restfulness. There is
no man in Ocala, considering his
strength, who works harder than Mr.
Chambliss. In addition to his own
weighty business affairs, he is con concerned
cerned concerned in almost every public move movement
ment movement for civic benefit, serving on a
number of coAimitfcees which pay him
nothing and drw heavily on the
time he needs for rest. Late yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon hej. went to the pub public
lic public library and obtained a copy of
"David Copperfield." "I have read
it a dozen times," he said, with one
of those smiles that seem to start at
his heels and broaden steadily until
they rise high enough to overflow his
face, "and I'm going to read it
again while I'm resting." There are
few books in the world tht possess
the intense but quiet interest of
"David Copperfield," and all his
friends hope that the genial and use useful
ful useful Zack will thoroughly enjoy his
Early this afternoon the sad mes message
sage message was received of the death near
Atlanta of Mrs. G. C. Looney's father,
Mr. J. H. Duffie. Mr. Duffie had
been seriously ill for several weeks
and Mrs. Looney has been In attend attendance
ance attendance at his bedside and only left him
a few days ago when he was consider considered
ed considered so much better. Mrs. Looney left
at once for her old home to be pres present
ent present at the funeral. The Star joins
their many friends in extending deep deepest
est deepest sympathy.
Sheriff John .P. Galloway, Mrs.
Galloway, Master Jack and Miss Nona
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Our Buyers are now in the Eastern Markets, we
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THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
Sewall, left today for the Galloway
plantation near Moss Bluff, where
they will remain for the coming six
weeks. The sheriff will make occas
ional trips to town to keep in touch j
with his official duties.
Mrs. John Knight of Floral City
and Mrs. Joe McLeod of Live Oak,
arrived yesterday and will be the
guests of Mrs. J. P. Phillips until j
Friday, when Mrs. McLeod will ac-j
company her sister, Mrs. McLeod, to
her home at Plant City for a visit be before
fore before returning to Live Oak.
Miss Ruth Wells is the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Sam Igou, at her
home on Lime street, having arrived
from Rochelle yesterday afternoon
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from Idlewild this evening to be the
guest of Miss Annie Atkinson until
Friday afternoon, when she will be
joined by Miss Willie Persons of Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, who will return with her to
Lake Weir and be her guest for an
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tine Leon-tine Ramsaur at her home in St. Pe Petersburg.
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ied accompanied by Misses Rhoda Rhody, Edith
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son Robinson expect to motor to North Lake
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visit with Miss Gertie Peyser and
family, who are now located at that
Mrs. Sidney R. Whaley arrived
home yesterday afternoon from an
extended visit with her mother in
Madison, also a few days spent with
friends in Atlanta.
Miss Blanche Whaley of this city
is the guest o-iliss Anna Dickinson
at her homejn Jacksonville, where
she will remaifor some time before
Prof, and Mrs. Milne and little son
will leave tomorrow for their "old
home in Canada, where they will
again reside, after several years
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You are waited on when you enter
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Object of the Work and Results
Obtained Some of the
GOING TO THE FARM HOMES
Thirteen Campaigns Have Been Car Carried
ried Carried on in Michigan, Ohio and Illi Illinois
nois Illinois Holden's Plan Meets Warm
Reception With the Farmers.
Prof. P. G. Holden, director of the
Agricultural Extension Department of
the International Harvester Company
of New Jersey, has planned and put
into operation a new method of ex extending
tending extending agricultural knowledge.
Holden was the originator of agri agricultural
cultural agricultural demonstration trains; of ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural short courses, and many
other effective plans, through the
agency of which millions of dollars
have been added to the agricultural
wealth of this country.
The latest plan of Holden is to
place alfalfa upon every farm. There
are three prominent features in his
(1) The v introduction of a compara
tively new crop into the Corn
Belt, Southern and Eastern
(2) Going direct to the homes of the
farmers, where meetings are
held in the fields, and success
and failure discussed according
to local conditions.
(3) The use of that most modern ve
hicle the automobile.
Purpose of Campaign.
The primary purpose of the cam campaign
paign campaign is to show the American farmer
that alfalfa is the most profitable crop
he can grow; that it can be grown
profitably upon every farm; that it en enriches
riches enriches the soil; increases farm values;
stimulates live stock growing and dai dairying;
rying; dairying; produces double that of other
hay crops, and is better feed.
Thirteen campaigns have thus far
been successfully conducted in Mich Michigan,
igan, Michigan, Ohio and Illinois.
Some of the Results.
Results of the Kent county (Mich.)
(1) Six thousand farmers visited at
their homes during a five-day
(2) Thirty-two meetings held.
(3) Three hundred and seventy-five
miles traveled by the Alfalfa Au Automobile
tomobile Automobile Train.
(4) One hundred and thirty-six alfalfa
talks made by the Holden staff
of alfalfa lecturers.
(5) Many applications for similar cam
paigns from all parts of the
The Kent county campaign has been
followed by campaigns in Allegan,
Barry, Grand Traverse and St. Claii
counties, Michigan; Van Wert, Marion,
Pulton, Williams and Champaign coun counties,
ties, counties, Ohio; and Sangamon, DuPage
and Kane counties, Illinois.
Great Meeting in Ohio.
At one meeting in Ohio upon the
farm of Joseph E. Wing, near Mechan Mechan-icsburg,
icsburg, Mechan-icsburg, nearly 4,000 people gathered
from all parts of Ohio and adjoining
states to learn more about alfalfa. At
this great meeting the Ohio State Al Alfalfa
falfa Alfalfa Growers association was organ organized.
ized. organized. Over 300 automoiles made up
the alfalfa train. It is recorded as
the greatest agricultural assemblage
in the history of Ohio. Other Ohio
counties where the work has been
taken up report success on every
Sangamon and Kane counties, Illi Illinois,
nois, Illinois, have both conducted great cam campaigns.
paigns. campaigns. At one meeting in Williams Williams-ville,
ville, Williams-ville, 111., over 1,200 farmers came to
hear the alfalfa lecturers.
In all of these campaigns which
were conducted within a period of
about two months nearly 50,000 farm farmers
ers farmers have been reached with the gos gospel
pel gospel of alfalfa.
As a result also of the campaign
work it is conservatively estimated
that 200,000 acres of alfalfa will be
seeded during this and the coming
Such is the result of the initial work
of campaigning for alfalfa, but vastly
more than this tangible result has
been accomplished. Every farmer
throughout the region where the work
was conducted is talking about al alfalfa.
falfa. alfalfa. The co-operation of the schools
in the territory is a very important
and effective feature. School officials,
from the highest to the lowest, have
never failed to appreciate the oppor opportunity.
tunity. opportunity. Professor Holden has expressed
himself as considering it the most
wonderful experience and the most
beneficial trip from the farm stand standpoint
point standpoint that he has ever taken.
But this is not all wherever the
fanners of any community are inter interested
ested interested in the growing of alfalfa, when
possible a follow-up man, thorough in
his knowledge of alfalfa culture, will
be sent out to assist them in getting
a start He will live with tfce
farmers and aid them in solving
the problems at home. He will
go from farm to farm upon re request
quest request and study success and failure.
Before the coming of 1914 cam campaigns
paigns campaigns will have been conducted in
every part of the United States and
Canada. Interest Is growing so rap rapidly
idly rapidly that many counties have organized
campaigns and undertaken the work
without assistance from the outside.
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ing drawing the skirt in just a little at the
foot, to give the desired outline. A
sleeveless slip of pale orange messa messa-line
line messa-line is worn underneath.
WINKLE BRACELET NEW FAD
Decidedly Pretty Are These Small I
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Jewelry in Fashion.
The girl who possesses one of the
new lucky winkle bracelets should
consider herself fortunate, for they
are truly pretty. They are made oft
little gold winkle shells held together
by slender chains, and inside each
shell there is an opal, pearl, turquoise
or some other gem. The opal looks
i specially pretty, because it has the
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and even the "grain" shows.
Coral is fashionable now and is used
for all kinds of jewelry, from polished
pear-shaped eardrops to carved pieces
set in brooches and bangles.
A pretty bracelet seen the other day
was made of gold set with three
carved pink coral roses, two small
ones and one large one.
Another new form of jewelry which
should not be forgotten is the butter butterfly
fly butterfly kind. It is made of real butter butterflies'
flies' butterflies' wings of the brilliant Brazilian
varieties set behind rock crystal.
, A pretty necklet is made of narrow
bars about three-quarters of an inch
in length, of bright blue butterflies'
wings attached by silver chains.
Whole butterflies are treated in this
way and are used as brooches.
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The one person who most heartily
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ly costly but the woman who has to pack
a week-end suit case. Where one stiff
shirt waist and a frilly blouse for
dressier occasions used to go, now
she can stow away several of the thin
crape blouses and at least two of the
dressy lace or net ones.
The flat collars are another boon
to the woman when she comes to
packing much in little. The collars
are cut on absolutely straight lines, so
that they don't crush like the shaped
ones of other years always did.
Whisper to Engaged Girl.
A little bride who lives in the out outskirts
skirts outskirts of the city and who has to rise
early, has in her trousseau several
caps of linen lawn and lace, and it is
a dainty little white-capped woman
who pours the coffee at the morning
meal. Her husband declares that she
is prettier in her little breakfast cap
than In her dressup" hat. The cap
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it in a loose knot and slip the cap
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ccoiiDt With Marlon Count;-, For
County Proper Vunil
Uncollected, June 1st, 1913 $ 1198.42
P.y treasurer's receipt 217.10
Balance uncollected July 1,
113 $ 981.32
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
Uncollected June 1st. 1513 $ 798.98
I5y treasurer's receipt 144.73
Balance uncollected Julv 1,
1113 $ 654.25
Uncollected June 1st, 1913 $ 1163.60
Extras collected 27.00
By treasurer's receipt
Balance uncollected $ 824.60
County School Fund
Uncollected June 1st. 1913... 5592.40
By treasurer'? receipt 1013.25
Balance uncollected Julv 1,
113 $ 4579.15
County Road Fond
Uncollected June 1. 1913 $ 3994. SI
By treasurer's receipt 723.72
Balance uncollected July 1,
County llnllrilnc Fund
Uncollected June 1st. 1913....$ 2396.79
By treasurer'. receipt 434.23
Balance uncollected July 1,
1913 $ 1962.56
Special Indehtednewn Fund
Uncollected June 1st. 1913 $ 3253.32
By treasurer's receipt 578.97
Balance uncollected July 1,
1913 $ 2674.35
Uncollected June 1st, 1913 $ 2687.46
By treasurer's receipt 443.74
Balance uncollected July 1,
1913 $ 2243.72
Total balances fl",l&0.74
?tate of Florida.
I, P. M. Nugent, clerk circuit court,
hereby certify that the above is a true
and correct statement of the collector'
accounts with Marion county and the
sub-school district, as the .ame ap appears
pears appears upon the books in my office.
Witness my hand and official seal
this 8th day of Julv, 1913.
Seal) P. H. NUGENT.
Clerk Circuit Court.
By C. E. CONNOR.
wky7-8 Deputy Clerk Circuit Court.
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1HE OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY. AUGUST 7, 1913
A Novel by
Albert Payson Terhune
William C de Mille's Play
of the same name
Dyke. "Why Havem. you Deen aDie to
do that, instead of sitting peacefully
to one side and waiting for him to
"We've had detectives on him," put
in Neligan. "I told you all that, Van
"Detectives?" snorted the lawyer.
"What good is that? Your detectives
will charge you seven dollars a day
and expenses mostly expenses for
giving you a full report of the way
Standish spends the day and what he
has to eat and the number of cigars he
"That," answered Blake reluctantly, I
"is the one thing left to find out." j
Van Dyke fairly groaned. i
"Then," he demanded, "how is this
miserable story going to help us?"
"Oh," replied Blake, "the net's clos-1
ing around her. I hope to have her
"Tonight! We've got to have it to-j
night Before the Mullins bill comes
up. The name's no use to us after s
"But," asked Robertson, "even if we
Copyright 1912- Th Bobbs-Merrill Co.. by special
unsgemeDt with Uw i-iliUe PubluD Cc
CHAPTER 1 Congressman Standish
smokes and the addresses of some of do get it tonight, what use can we i
the letters he writes. You'll never get j make of it? The house will be on the 1
Standish that way. If ever he's broken j final debate of the bill by ten o'clock. j
a law and most men have j By making use of every trick we
"Oh, not so many gently contra- i know we can fix only a few hours' de-
dieted Blake. "Two jails' would te j lay at most. What good
plenty large to hold all the folks who "What good?" retorted Blake. "Just j
have broken any law. And the two this: Standish's long suit is morality, j
jails could be built real easy just by A lot of us have had smirches on our j
running a high wall around the equa- names from time to time. He never j
tor. But you're right in one thing, has. So the clergy are for him and j
von TivVe. We'll never tret Standish the people swear Dy mm. it s nis
fon4.ndTtar"kibwelka! maT and'wife in the way these boys have been go- j chief pull with both church and pub pub-ln
ln pub-ln a hotel in northern New York under j ahout it. So, it's lucky I happened i He. Now if we can get this story.
assumed names. The Woman awakens to
the fact that she does not love btanaisn
and calls their engagement off. Standish
protests undying devotion.
CHAPTER II Wanda Kelly, telephone
slrl 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 revengt
on Jim Blake for ruining her father. Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Frank E. Kelly. Congressman
Standish. 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.
CHAPTER IV Robertson, son-in-law of
Jim Blake and the latter's candidate for
speaker of the house, tries to win Stan Standish
dish Standish over, and failing, threatens to dig
Into his past.
The man whose advent in the Kes-
to put a man of my own on the job." j properly authenticated, on the floor of
"Yes. While I've been 'lying down,' j the house tonight, it 11 give a lot of
as you call it." I men Gregg, here, for instance an ex-
"I didn't say you had been j cuse to swing over to us."
"No. But you thought it. Just be- j "Oh, we've got him! We've got
cause I don't run around in circles, him!" muttered Robertson once more,
barking, and now and then biting a. nis usually quick mind loafing blissful-
piece out of the ceiling, you folks think i ly over the single grand idea.
Fm doing nothing. And
teach you any better."
"Oh, yes. I put a man of my own
on to Standish's record. I told him
not to bother about anything that had
happened during the last three or fouT
years. Your men would be busy on
that; and there'd be nothing to find,
up ancient history. I told him to go j
Yes," amended Van Dyke dryly,
i "we've got him if we can get the
Woman's name In time. It all de depends
pends depends on that. Without it, our story
Is worthless. Thus far, It seems, nc
one knows her name."
"Except Standish," corrected Blake.
"What good does that do us? He
"What one man knows," returned
Blake sententiously, "another can find
'wick corridor caused more attention ne found something
back and back and back, in Standish's j out.
record; and to keep on going back til) j "And," put in Gregg, lowering his
among the loungers than would the ar arrival
rival arrival of a stage beauty, had at first
glance little about him. to justify such
interest. He was long rather than
tall, thin with a wiry compactness, and
of a pleasant non-committal face. His
age might have been fifty. But a
closer glance at his half-shut eyes al always
ways always gave an odd impression that they
were fully a thousand years old. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps this was why Jim Blake seldom
opened them wide.
"Hello, boys," repeated Jim Blake,
glancing genially and inexpressively
from one to the other, from beneath
his hanging lids. "Seemed to me I
smelt something burning. How are
you, Standish? What's up, Tom?"
"Why," answered-Tom vaguely em embarrassed,
barrassed, embarrassed, "nothing very much. Just
a little political discussion."
"So I gathered yawned Blake.
Mark, you seemed to have been sup supplying
plying supplying the ftiwotrfes for It I don't sup suppose
pose suppose It occurred to you that the whole
surrounding landscape is fairly crawl crawling
ing crawling with reporters? Nice little story
for the morning papers, hey? "High
Words Between Speakership Aspirant3
in Keswick Lobby.' And a half col column
umn column more of what you both .would
have said if you'd said what the re reporters
porters reporters thought maybe you might have
said. Fine business. Especially at
He called me" burst forth Mark.
"And you showed your hand?"
hazarded Blake, "Good poker, Mark.
But pmk politics. Mark, Im afraid
we're keeping Mr. Standish from his
"Good night, replied Standish, tak taking
ing taking the broad hint with no, show of
"Good nighttill the house meet3
at ten o'clock," said Blake. "I suppose
you'll lead your gallant insurgent co cohorts
horts cohorts in person this evening?"
"Don't want to call it off and come
Into the fold again, I s'pose?" suggest suggested
ed suggested Blake quizzically.
"No, thanks,' smiled the insurgent,
and passed on toward the dining room.
."Hello, Van Dyke!" called Blake as
the lawyer, with Neligan and Gregg in
tow, came along the corridor toward
them, from the bar. "What brings you
to Washington? What's up?"
"That's what I'm trying to find out,"
answered Van Dyke, shaking hand3
with Blake and instinctively leading
the way to the adjacent amen corner.
"What is up? You're supposed to bo
managing this fight,' Jim. And here
we find ourselves in the very worst
hole we've been in since ninety-seven.
If you and I hadn't fought shoulder to'
shoulder for years and years, I'd be
tempted to say you were lying down."
"The crowd down on Broadway,"
answered Blake, "have handed us a
raw proposition in thi3 Mullins bill.
The bill smells so rank that even the
dear, dear public have got a whiff of
It And when the public gets its sene
of smell into good working order Oh,
what's the use, Van Dyke? You can
see what we're up against. You know
the temper cf the country. We can't
even defend that bill of yours. And
this is no time to put over such a raw
one. It's like"
"Still," argued Van- Dyke, "you said
you'd be able to put the deal through.
And there's surely enough in it for
"I said I could put It through. And
I could when we started. But Stand Standish
ish Standish wasn't fighting it then. This isn't
the Bill versus the People. It's Mat
Standish versus the Organization. And
Standish has the people the waked-up
people behind him. He's their idol.
He's the parsons' pet. They look on
him as the Worthy Young Man who
couldn't do wrong if he tried and who
Isn't wicked enough to try. In other
words, he's never been found out.
There's only two classes of men that I
ever met the sort that have been
found out and the sort that haven't.
If we can damage Standish in the eyes
of the people if we can make the
clergy repudiate him
"That's lust the point," cried Van
'Well?" chorused the
j voice, "speaking of 'finding out, re re-others
others re-others as j minds me. That little devil of a tele
phone girl over there Do you sup-
Blake paused and searched his clothes
with maddening slowness for a match, j pose she could have heard anything
"Well," drawled Blake, "he's found I we've been saying?"
"No?" chuckled Neligan. wildly
"The story is long," said Blake; "but
I can shorten it up considerably for
you. Along about five years ago friend
Standish fell in love with a girl. Right
sort of a girl, you know. Good family.
Father rich and all that. Standish
wasn't very well off he was always
"If she has a whole pair of ears,"
answered Blake, sinking his own voice,
"she surely could. Especially what I've
been saying. For I've been straining
my vice to talk loud enough for her
to catch what I said, ever since we sat
"The deuce you have?" exclaimed
Van Dyke. "What for?"
"For the same reason I've been
'laying down, returned Blake. "Don't
worry over that. A man whose voice
is as tired as mine isn't straining that
throat unless it's for a good cause.
And you can leave the finding of the
Woman's name to me, too, I guess.
Now trot along, all of you. Mark, go
In and order dinner, I'll be there in
five minutes. Ive a couple of things
to attend to first"
The group began to drift across the
corridor in the direction of the dining-room.
Blake detached himself
from the rest and started back toward
the telephone switchboard. But Tom,
noting his father's move, intercepted
him. The young fellow's face looked
worried and his manner had lost some
of its wonted buoyancy.
"Dad," he said.
"Hey?" asked Blake, stopping and
turning toward his son.
Reading Tom's face, as he was ac accustomed
customed accustomed by instinct to read every
countenance that came into his range
of notice, Jim nodded and led the way
to the amen corner.
"Now, then," he demanded, half half-guyingly,
guyingly, half-guyingly, half-anxiously, "what's on
your mind? Speak up, son. There
never yet was a delicate subject that
wasn't the better for getting aired."
Oh, Yes, I Put a Man of My Own on
to Standish's Record,"
$100 REWARD, $10O
honest, you know. And he and she
were going to get married on the quiet
and keep their marriage secret
she had to go to Europe. And for
some reason or other the secretary
didn't know why and it doesn't matter,
anyhow the wedding was sidetracked.
Instea-d, they took a notion to run ofE
to a little country hotel, for one of
those honeymoons that that never
came through the custom-house."
again. I can show you the hotel reg
"The fool didn't register under his
own name, did he?" demanded Gregg.
"No," said Blake. "Registered un under
der under the name of Fowler. But any hand handwriting
writing handwriting expert can prove he wrote it,
and the hotel manager can swear
The readers of this paper will be
But pleased to tearn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages,
and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is the only positive cure now now-known
known now-known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional dis disease,
ease, disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
And, as an afterthought, yes, internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying tha foun foundation
dation foundation of the fisease, and giing the
patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in
doing its work. The piopiietors have
so much faith in its curative powers
Standish was the man. The manager that they offer one hundred dollars
Is ready to swear Standish called the for any case that it fails to cure,
woman his wife, too." gend for list of testimonials. Address
"Oh, the jay!" grinned Gregg, the F j Gneney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold
went on Blake, "he real
ly expected to marry her. They were
just taking time by the forelock. And
then here's the queerest tangle of all
after that week there, it seems she
backed out and wouldn't marry him at
by all druggists, 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pils for constipation.
The Kind He Liked.
I overheard the following conversa conversation
tion conversation between my little brother and
all. No, Gregg, it wasn't he that threw his playmate: Jack remarked: "You
her over. This was the other way said you had a bad' cold; did you
around. The Woman jilted him and ever have a 'good one, Herbert?"
went back to her family. One week of Herbert answered: "Sure. Once I had
Standish was about all she was up to. one that kept me home from school."
And she balked at making a life job
of it I don't wonder."
"But didn't her family find out?"
"It seems not. They thought she had ;and Dianhoea Remedy
been away visiting a girl friend In the j would be muth h-tt
country. She got home sare, ana
everything looked proper as a rainy
Sunday in a grave yard. Some wom women
en women sure have luck."
ave You Examined Them?
Have you purchased your share ? If not, do not
hesitate, for we are offering some very rare bargains
in the lines that we will close out. New and season seasonable
able seasonable summer goods for men, women and children
must close them out to make room for the new goods
that are commencing to arrive. Our buyer, Frank
Gadson, has been in the New York market for the past
few weeks, selecting the best and largest line of Fall
and Winter Goods that we have ever carried, and to
care for the new goods we simply have to get rid of
the supimer goods now on hand.
UNHEARD-OF BARGAINS IN
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Collars, Shirts and Ties for Men,
Ladies' fine Shoes, mostly in the smaller
Men's Straw Hats.
THEY MUST GO. COME AND LOOK THEM OVER.
F. P. GADSON, Proprietor
ARRIVAL. AD DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCA LA
VARIETY OF COLLARS NEEDED
"Were all medicines as meritor meritor-iousas
iousas meritor-iousas Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
off and the
Ipereertage of suffering greatly de decreased,"
creased," decreased," writes Lindsay Scott, of
i Temple. Ind. For sale by all deal-
The following schedule Is not paid
for, but Is printed or the Information (
of the public. The r Uroada are re-ijuc-ited
to 'send In correction- when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
SF.ABOARD AIR LINE
$outb!ionnil Arrive Leave
No. 3 1:05 p.m 1:25 p.m.
No. 9 (Limited) .. .2:30 p.m. 2:33 p.m.
No. 1 1:35 a,m. 1:40 a.m.
No. 2 2.25 a.m. 2:30 a.m.
No. 4 12:50 p.m. 1:05 x..m.
No. 10 (Limited) .4:20 p m. 4:23 p.m.
The limited leaves Jacksonville ai
11:30 m. and arrives In Timpa at 6
p. m. It U lves l-.mrA at 1 p. m. and
airives in J .cks nville at 7:30 p. m. It
stops crly at 1 irkey Ctef k, P1 nt City, j
Dade City, Wldwood, Oc la, Starke
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Southbound Jax. and St. Petersburg
No. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. 33 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.ir.
Northbound Lekelrud and Ocala
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Ocala and HonioNaitia
leave No. 49 8:20 a.m.
Leave Nd. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. 44 12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 S:00 p.m.
L.v. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m. i:25 p.m.
Sunday trains 8:00 a,m. 1:25 p.m
Vr. from Palatka 10:40 a.n: 5:10 p.m.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
1 Eastern Star Chapter 23, regular
Well to Embroider a Number, So They j meeting Hrst Friday night each
(month at Yonge's Hall. Visitors wel-
come. Home Condon, Sec'y.
May Be Worn With Frocks of
The collars and fichus of darned
net are very attractive, bo why not
make one for ycrar coat or blouse? At
present collars seem to be one of
the most important items of one's
wardrobe, so the embroiderer should
make a variety to wear with frocks
of all types.
To make a collar of darned net take
a quantity of plain or filet net and, us using
ing using a successful pattern, cut out the
net, allowing enough to turn in at the
Mr?. A. E. Burnett,
CI TV 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
tarn C T)rTrn Tnvn T
edges. Edge the collar with a narrow v 'tiond p t Viir.Vn r f a
. . ... i v Hood, t. T. Helvenston, G. A.
edging of Valenciennes or filet lace. Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
whipstitching it neatly to the net, and j Livingston.
bind the neck line with a bias strip CIty Attorney C. L. SIstrunk.
of lawn. The collar is now ready for n,fv nri B.i,
If you choose colored wools for this,
mark out your design and darn in and
out the meshes of the net until the re-
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
"Go on," urged Van Dyke. ers
"That's about all," finished Blake, j
"She woke up, as I told you, to find ;
it was all-a-mistake-and-no-harm-done-
thank-heaven. And as far as I can j
make out, they haven't seen each oth- j
er since. I won't swear to that part
of it. But if they have, his secretary
doesn't know it. Xor
"Who was the Woman?" queried
Perfected Dish Washer.
The invention of a Chicago hotel
steward fills a lon felt want. It is a
machine that will wash and dry 18,000
dishes in an hour. Moreover, it reeds
the supervision and Leli of only two
Mr. W. S. Gunsalus, a farmer liv living
ing living near Flemiag, Pa., says he has
ious as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera,
and Diarrhoea Remd in his family
for fourteen y-nis, and that he has
fouDd it to be aD excellent remedy,
and takes pleasure in recommending
it. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
First of French Monarch.
History concedes that Clovl3 I. was
the real founder of the French mon monarchy,
archy, monarchy, although nis tather. Childeric
held some sort or tribal rule over
part of the cor.ntry which wa3 des destined
tined destined to become France. Clovls was
a progressive king and vastly extend extended
ed extended hi3 domains during the period of
his rule, from 4S1 to 511. He made
endless war on surrounding tribe?
j and toofe territory right and left W
conquest. In 4S3 Clovis took Pari3
j by storm tnd thereupon that city be-
; came the perrranen stai of the
quired design is formed. Flower de-1 Caldwell.
signs are also effective and can be i Superintendent Water Works .1.
done with white or colored thread. 1 A. Campbell.
.uarsnai a. j. urigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve-
The Bulgarian designs are especially
effective and are much favored at
present. Select wools or mercerteed
cottons In tones of red, blue, yellow,
green and black to darn the design.
When working on net it is neces necessary
sary necessary to hold the material firmly, but
care muet be taken not to stretch it.
Use an embroidery frame if you desire
the work to be done most successful successfully.
ly. successfully. The collars of cream net embroid embroidered
ered embroidered with cream mercerized cotton
and edged with a narrow pleating of
lace are very pretty and are much
worn with white blouses or frocks.
Darning on net makes pleasant
work for warm weather, so plan your
Commissioner R o b e r t
MARIOX COUNTY DIRECTORY
The odor of stale perspiration
about the body can be gotten rid of
by using a little of Darby's Phjihy Phjihy-lactic
lactic Phjihy-lactic Fluid in the bath tub. It pur purifies
ifies purifies the kin thoroughly and lends a
refreshing influence to the bath.
Price, large bottle, 50 cents. Sold
by all druggists. Adv.
Doubtful cf God's Power.
"Out of the mouth of babes" fre frequently
quently frequently come reproaching, regenerat regenerating
ing regenerating hints cf high spiritual value. A
little girl whose father was very 111
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
- District Attorney E. W. Davis,
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Xugent,
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Grabam,
Surveyor W A. Moorbead, 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 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.
OUTGOING MAILS CLOSE
A. C. L. NORTH 5:03 a. m.;
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a. m.;
was asked if she had prayed for his ,2:10 p. m.; 2:30 p. m.; ? p. m.
recovery. "No." she replied, her in innocent
nocent innocent eyes wide and solemn. "I did
think of it, but then I wondered if
it would be any use. I know God's
bigger 'n' wiser than people, but I
didn't know if he could kill germs."
3. A. L. NORTH 12:50 p. m.;
4:10 p. m.; 9 p. m.. SOUIH 12:50
p. m.; 9 p. m.
OCALA NORTHERN NORTH
t a. m.; I2:zi p. m.
Calvary 2 p. m.