VOL." 21. OCALA, FLOKIDA. TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1915 NO. 170
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
IS DEIERM1NE0 THAT GERMANY SHALL RESPECT THE
Washington, July 20. President
Wilson and his cabinet today will de decide
cide decide on the character of the next note
to be sent by the United States to
the German government. The pres president
ident president and Secretary Lansing yester yesterday
day yesterday prepared the draft which was to
be presented to the cabinet. The ap approval
proval approval of the cabinet is expected.
The probable contents of the note are
unknown, but it is understood that
the note reiterates the previous posi position
tion position of the United States as outlined
in the two former notes sent by this
government to Germany.
The German submarine attack on
the Cunard Line Orduna was brought
formally to the attention of the gov government
ernment government today by Mr. William C.
Thompson, counsel, for the industrial
relations, who was a passenger on
the ship and witnessed the attack
from the deck of the Orduna.
SOME CHANGES MADE
Washington, July 20, 2:30 p. m.
President Wilson and his cabinet
Cnonf f ri ATI ro in licnccln am.
proved the draft of the note to Ger Germany.
many. Germany. The cabinet members refused
to discuss the contents or phraseology
of the note. It is. known that some
changes were made.
A BRAVE GIRL
Face to Face with Death, Miss Beatty
Told Her Friends to Save
Crystal River Nows: An accident
which has cast a gloom over this
community, occurred Thursday morn morning
ing morning out in the gulf, four or five miles
from Shell Island, in which Miss Delia
Beatty lost her life.
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Hough and son
Flink, Miss Delia Beatty and their
(rnneff Hfi-c T XT Till,- v, I V
uio, iuio. a.. unci auj nci sis sister,
ter, sister, Miss Annabel Wishart of Martin,
"went down to Mr. Hough's island.
Wednesday afternoon on the launch
Helen II., Mr. George Smith in com command,
mand, command, with the intention of remain remaining
ing remaining several days.
On Thursday morning Mr. Smith
took Miss Beatty, Miss Wishart and
Mrs. Tiller out on the gulf several
miles'. In some manner the anchor
fell to the bottom of the boat and
made a hole in her. All were seized
with horror as the water began to fill
the launch, but luckily Mrs. Tiller
and her sister knew how to swim and
taking off their shoes and the heav heaviest
iest heaviest of their clothing managed to
swim fully a quarter of a mile, where
they could touch bottom. Mis Beatty
could not swim and went down with
the ill-fated launch. Mr. Smith barely
managed to escape with his life.
Searching parties went out imme immediately
diately immediately on receiving the sad news
here, but the boat was not found until
about dark Thursday evening. They
failed to find the body with the boat,
and the search was continued, addi additional
tional additional parties .going out Kriday morn morning.
ing. morning. The disabled Helen II. was
brought to the surface and towed in
about 3 o'clock Friday afternoon.
Miss Beatty was a cousin of Mr. H.
L. Hough and had made her home
with his family for the past ten years.
Miss Beatty's mother and sister live
in South Carolina. She went down
bravely, shouting to the others to
swim for their lives and with a prayer
for their safety.
' The body of Miss Beatty was found
Friday night about 11 o'clock, by two
negro fishermen, out in Salt river
where it had been carried by the cur current
rent current for about seven miles from
where she was drowned on Thursday.
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One or two Dr. King's New Life
Pills with a tumbler of water at night.
No bad, nauseating taste; no belching
gas. Go right to bed. Wake up in the
morning, enjoy a free, easy bowel
movement, and feel fine all day. Dr.
King's New Life Pills are sold by all
druggists, 36 in an original package,
for 25c. Get a bottle today enjoy this
easy, pleasant laxative. Adv. 2
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LEO FRANK SEEMS TO HAVE A
BETTER CHANCE TO LIVE
Milledgeville, July 20. The doc doctor's
tor's doctor's announced tha't Frank's temper temperature
ature temperature at 9 o'clock was one hundred.
Frank was removed to a private room
FRANK'S CONDITION IS MORE
The condition of Frank is good un under
der under the circumstances. Physicians
attending the noted convict at the
state prison farm here today said he
spent a restful night and is able to
take nourishment. It is difficult to
prevent him from talking.
WOUND IS INFECTED
Frank's temperature at noon was
1012-5. .The wound is infected. A
drainage tube has been inserted.
CREEN THINKS HE WAS CALLED
When questioned yesterday, Will William
iam William Creen, the fellow convict who cut
Frank's throat, declared he was "call "called
ed "called from on high" to kill Frank. Creen
indicated no remorse, as he did right
after the attack Saturday night. "I
only wish I had had more strength,"
Creen said. ."I think I have done my
duty in this matter as much as my
strength allowed. I believe God
helped me and I don't think I ever
did wrong in my life."
Should Frank die Creen will prob probably
ably probably be tried for the murder, but
there has been no decision reached as
to what action will be taken against
him if Frank recovers.
PEACE AT ANY PRICE
Lacks a Great Deal of Being to
Champ Clark's Liking
At the reception to the Liberty
Bell in San Francisco Saturday,
Speaker Champ Clark made the fol following
lowing following remarks:
"While the other nations of the
world are at war, we are celebrating
the greatest achievement of peace.
The American people want peace, but
do not be deceived. It is not any old
kind of peace that iswanted. Amer America
ica America wants peace with honor. Peace
at any price is a demoralizing, debas debasing
ing debasing doctrine." He said that the did not
want, a great standing army or a
navy that would overshadow other na nations,
tions, nations, but that he wanted an "ade "adequate
quate "adequate navy, whatever that means."
"And I propes to find out what it
means and vote for it at the next
Congress," he said amid cheers.
"We do not want war, God forbid,"
he said, "but if it comes we must
As practical suggestions for in increasing
creasing increasing ,the efficiency of the army
and navy he advocated the opening
of the doors of the Annapolis and
West Point academies and sending
drill officers to all colleges that re request
quest request such. He summed up as fol follows:
lows: follows: "To preserve the republic, to im improve
prove improve it, to strengthen and cement it,
so that not even the gates of hell will
prevail against it."
Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment
"Last winter I used Chamberlain's
Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiff stiffness
ness stiffness and soreness of the knees, and
tan conscientiously say that I never
used anvthing thit did me so much
good." Edward ICraf t, Elba, N. Y.
Obtainable everywhere."" Adv.
FINEST PIECE OF PRINTING
MACHINERY IN FLORIDA
OUTSIDE THE BIG CITIES
The Star has just installed a new,
tworevolution, Michle high speed
press. The press was made by the
Miehle Printing Press Manufacturing
Co. of Chicago and was sold to us by
the Dodson Printers' Supply Co. of
Atlanta, southern agents for the
The press weighs about 11,000
pounds and is the first real first class
printing press ever installed in Cen Central
tral Central Florida. It supercedes a Potter
press in this office that has been doing
faithful service in this and other of offices,
fices, offices, as near as we can learn, for
over a quarter of a century. The old
pi ess has been shipped to Atlanta,
where it will be worked over and do
another quarter of a century's service
in some other office. The solid brick
foundation on which it rested had been
enlarged and was all ready for the
new press when it arrived.
The new Miehle erected by Mr. J.
A. Laney of Atlanta, sent here by his
firm to do the work. Ilc was ably
assisted by Mr, Lewis E. Yoncc,
foreman of the Star's book and job
printing department, under whose
supervision the press will be operat
Jf a fine piece of machinery was
ever carefully and intelligently put
together, each of the thousands of in intricate
tricate intricate parts fitted to its proper
place and the whole blended into one
piece of mechanism to perform its al almost
most almost human functions, this press has
been so handled and this paper wishes
to state that Mr. Laney knows his
business and does his work in a most
thorough manner; you cannot hurry
him nor will he slight his work in the
The factory says of this press:
"After correct mechanical principle
and design has been reached, the
most important factor in fine ma machine
chine machine building is material and work workmanship.
manship. workmanship. That the Miehle press is
correct in principle and design has
been amply proven by the great suc success
cess success it has attained. In the manu manufacture
facture manufacture of the Miehle no cost is spar spared
ed spared on labor or equipment to insure
the workmanship being of the highest
standard obtainable, and the material
used is the best that can be bought
for the purpose."
The new press was installed by the
Star primarily for its book, pamphlet
and big circular work, but in its
present size and shape the Evening
Star will be printed on it, and this
afternoon's paper is its first work,
printed before the press was thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly adjusted and regulated and is,
therefore, not a fair sample of its
The press will run safely and do
good work at the rate of 2500 im impressions
pressions impressions per hour, and this is done
with very little vibration or noise. It
will deliver the sheets with the print printed
ed printed side either up or down, as desired,
and its register is so finely adjusted
that a mechanically perfect register
can be obtained. It is -driven by an
electric motor installed by Mr. Law Law-ton
ton Law-ton Bailey- for Mr. H. W. Tucker,
which is attached to the frame of the
press and driven by a short belt on
With a "clutch and brake" pedal, on
which the operator's feet rest, he can
control the press, start and stop" it
and "throw off the impression" in instantly.
stantly. instantly. Its twelve form rollers and
vibrators give the most perfect ink
distribution. that it is possible to ob obtain.
tain. obtain. The public is welcome to come in
and see the press in operation.
Some of the Users of the Miehle
In Florida, Jacksonville has seven,
Ft. Augustine four, Tampa, Talla-
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TIIE STAR'S NEW MIEHLE PRESS
hassee and Miami each three, with
several others scattered over the
state. Eustis has recently put in one
and Live Oak has one, but until the
Star put in a Miehle, there was none
between Live Oak and Eustis.
Many of the largest pub'-hing
houses in the United States use only
the Miehle printing press and these
presses vary but little from the one
in the Star office, except that some of
the offices who do color work have the
color attachment on their presses.
The American Color Type Co. of
Chicago has a hundred Miehles; the
American Salesbook Co., 20; Baker
Vauter Co., Chicago, 31; Butterwick
Publishing Co., New York., 35; Unit United
ed United States Printing Co., Cincinnati, 70.
There are thirty of them in Atlanta
and many in foreign countries, in including
cluding including over seventy in one printing
house in Berlin, Germany.
COAL MINERS OF WALES STAND
BY THE COLORS
( Associate! Press)
London, July 20. The Welsh coal
strike has been Fettled. An agree agreement
ment agreement has been reached.
ASKING FOR AID
Tens of Thousands of Lives Lost in
Floods Near Canton
Washington, July 20. Between
eighty and a hundred thousand lives
have been lost by floods in the vicin vicinity
ity vicinity of Canton," China, according to a
cablegram to the state department
from Consul General .Cheshire, who
asks all the aid the navy can give.
SEA OF MARMORA
INVADED BY A SUB
Sofia, July 20. A submarine, be believed
lieved believed to be English, has entered the
Sea of Marmora, sinking two steam steamers,
ers, steamers, one of which was the Bisga. The
submarine passed through the Darda Dardanelles
nelles Dardanelles and under the Turkish djot.
ROUNDED UP BY RUSSIANS
Columns of Austro-Cerman Prisoners
Passing Through Kiev
Kiev, July 20. During June, 01, 01,-000
000 01,-000 Austro-German prisoner passed
through Kiev, according to official
figures. Eleven hundred of these
GOOD ROAD MAP
Loeshurg Commercial: At last
Sumter county has started to catch
up with the good roads procession.
The commissioners have called a
bonding election for a quarter million
dollars, to build lime rock, cru-hed
stor.e or other hard surfaced roads
on the following lines:
Road running west from Oxford to
Alto, from Oxford east to county line,
from Wildwood west to county line,
from Wildwood southeast to -county
line, from Coleman northeast to coun county
ty county lire, from Sumtervil'e to the Out Outlet,
let, Outlet, from Sumterville cast to Center
Hill, from Istahatta bridge to Bush Bush-nell.
nell. Bush-nell. from Bushnell to Webster, from
Webster to Center Hill, from Center
Hill to county line northeasterly, and
from Webter to Linden, and the road
from a xoint at the Marion and Sum Sumter
ter Sumter county lire north of Oxford to
0.i-.J, therce to Wildwood. ther.ce
to O-'cman. ther.ce to Sumterville,
ther.ce to Eu.-hnelL, ther.ce to St.
Cathe:ine and thence south to coun coun-tv
tv coun-tv line.
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured
"About two years ago I hail a se severe
vere severe attack of dlrrrea which lasted
for over a week," writes W. C. Jones
Buford, N. I). "I became so weak that
I cculd not stand upright. A drucrtri-t
recommended Chamberlain Colic,
Cholera and Diarihoea Remedy. The
first dose relieved me and within two
days I was as well as ever." Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
I EMISSARIES OF GERMANY EN
DEAVORING TO STOP MAX MAX-j
j MAX-j UFACTURE OF ARMS IN
Bridgeport, Conn., July 20. Nearly
a thousand machinists of the Rem Remington
ington Remington Arms and Ammunition Com Company
pany Company here are expected to strike at
nco ntoday. Lalor leaders declare
that a far reaching strike will result
and cause a serious curtailment of the
manufacture of war munitions for the
Allies. Strike calls were also issued
today for the machinists of three
: other local concerns. It is planned to
I call a strike at the factories sub subcontracting
contracting subcontracting for the Remingtons. It is
j estimated that 25,000 or more men
i will be thrown out of employment:
j M ADE CONCESSION TO THE MEN
Bridgeport, July 20. Labor lead leaders
ers leaders announce that approximately one
thousand machinists have struck in
the shops of the Remingtons and
four other companies. There was
some trouble in getting the men out.
The Remington officials declare no
men have struck there. If is rumor rumored
ed rumored at the works that the manager
WORKMEN GIVE TROUBLE AT
THE KRUPP WORKS
Geneva, Switzerland, July 20. Ac According
cording According to advices received here yes yesterday
terday yesterday the Krupp gun works' officials
granted a portion of the demands of
their men, and secured a temporary
peace of the threatened strike, in
which nearly 100,000 workers are in involved
volved involved There were minor cases in
which machinery was damaged.
The workmen are reported to be
still unsatisfied and many are said to
have left work. Military authorities.
; fearing the crippling of munitions and
supplies have warned both sides that
they must reac han agreement.
.AMERICAN LABOR AFFAIRS
By Foreign Emissaries is Charged by
Washington, July 12. Samuel
Gompers, president, of the American
Federation of Labor, has begun an
effort to end the industrial troubles
in the Remington Arms company
plant at Bridgeport.
'It is known that foreign interests,
well supplied with funds, have sought
to bring on labor troubles to' prevent
the shipping of American products to
Europe," said Mr. Gompers. "I know
that an effort was made to bring
about a strike of longshoremen and
that when that failed an effort was
made to cause a strike of seamen. I
know these things a3 well as I know
anything that I have not personally
seen. There can be no doubt that
this foreign propaganda, with unlim unlimited
ited unlimited means behind it, is seeking to
check the manufacture and exporta exportation
tion exportation of supplies for England."
VACCINATED THE BUNCH
Madison, July 20. The Wisconsin
legislature was vaccinated in a body
yesterday, as the result of one mem member
ber member being attacked by smallpox.
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Hard work, over-exertion, mean
stiff, sore muscles. Sloan's Liniment
lightly applied, a little quiet, and your
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iment. Liniment. I can r,e;cr thank you enough,"
writes one irrateful user. Stops suffer suffering,
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counter-irritant, better and cleaner
than mustard. All druggists, 25c. Get
,a bottle today. Penetrates without
rubbing. Adv. 2
Won't be Able
FRENCH REPORT TV0 SMALL
London, July 2G. When will War Warsaw
saw Warsaw be evacuated is the question up uppermost
permost uppermost in the minds of British mili military
tary military circles. With virtually all of
Courland in German hands and the
Germans across the Bug, continued
occupancy of Warsaw exposes the
Russians to danger of disaster.
Copenhagen reports the German oc occupation
cupation occupation of Windau. This menace
from the north parallels the Teutonic
advance on the Lublin railroad.
The Germans are reported advanc advancing
ing advancing toward Riga from Windau, the
wisdom of abandoning Warsaw and
straightening the Russian line, causes
speculations and it is predicted the
Russians will retire.
German official statements claim
they have taken 45,000 Russian pris prisoners.
oners. prisoners. FRENCH AIR RAID WAS SUC SUCCESSFUL
CESSFUL SUCCESSFUL A Paris statement says that six
French aeroplanes bombarded the
station at" Colmar, in upper Alsace,
Paris claims German losses is as assaults
saults assaults on the Meuse heights on the
western front as severe.
BRITAIN RAISES THE BOODLE
The new war credit of $750,000,000
was introduced today in the House of
Commons. The grand total now is
RUSSIANS HAD TO RETREAT
Berlin, July 20. The war office
has reported the capture of Ostro Ostro-lenka,
lenka, Ostro-lenka, sixty miles north of Warsaw.
The Russians are retreating south.
SUNK RUSSIAN STEAMER
London, July 20. The Russian
steamer General Radetsky was tor torpedoed
pedoed torpedoed and sunk July 17th. The crew
WILL PROBABLY HAVE TO GIVE
London, July 20. With the German
field marshal Von Hindenburg, on the
north and General von Mackensen on
the south, whipping forward the two
ends of the great arc around Warsaw,
it is realized here that Grand Duke
Nicholas has the most severe task
imposed on him since the outbreak of
the war in defending the Polish cap capital.
ital. capital. Some military writers think it will
be impossible for the Russian duke to
hold the city and newspapers in Lon London
don London are already discounting for the
fall of Warsaw,-saying the Russian
army has been under a great diffi difficulty
culty difficulty on account of this salient since
the Russian army has been unable to
straighten out their line by advances
either in east Prussia or in Galicia.
This German move, which is a colos colossal
sal colossal one, developed with marvelous
While comparative calm prevails
along the western front, the French
report that considerable losses were
inflicted on the Germans, when the
French repulsed their strong attacks
on the heights of Meuse. A violent
cannonade near Souchez, the bom bombardment
bardment bombardment of Arras and fighting with
bombs and petards in the Argonne re region
gion region constitutes virtually all the
fighting that has taken place.
Berlin newspapers .reaching here,
publish what purports to be the de details
tails details of negotiations in 1912, looking
to an Anglo-German peace pact and
claiming that Great Britain finally
refused to enter into it.
AUTOMOBILES ON CREDIT
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Its prepared fiom the healing pine
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Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Thousands
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Hi u r I i i
to Hold Warsaw
SUCCESSES Oil THEIR FROIIT
WORKMEN DEMAND 11 TO 15
PERCENT RAISE IN WAGES
New York, July 25. Virtually ev every
ery every workman in the Standard Oil
company's Constable Rock plant, at
Bayonne, went-on a strike today.
About 5,000 men are out. The men
at the Tidewater plant are restless,
and the strikers claim they will join
them soon. This stops the present
sending of case and barrel oils to
Europe. Some of the strikers demand
11 to 15 wage increases. There
are no demands from others.
HIS MACHINE IE
- BETRAY HIM
AUTHOR OF THE PEARCE LET LETTER
TER LETTER 31 AY SOON BE
New -York, July 20. Photographic
copies of the letter received by the
Brooklyn Eagle yesterday" furnish a
blue which may lead to the identifi identification
cation identification of the writer of the "Pearce
letters at New Orleans, according to
William J. Flynn, chief of the United
States Secret Service. The letter was
written on a typewriter which drops
the letter V slightly. Pearce wrote
the Eagle a warning to Americans to
keep clear of British vessels sailing
from New York and several other
OCALA JUNIORS WON AGAIN
Saturday afternoon at the local
diamond the juniors defeated the Oak
team in a double header, the first by
19 to 2 and the second by 10 to 2.
After the first game was over sev several
eral several of the Oak boys had to return
home early so the visitors substituted
Jack Galloway for pitcher and Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Dinkins for the catcher. Glynn
and Scarborough pitched the first
game for the visitors. Dye and Jones
and Blalock and Jones were the re respective
spective respective batteries for the locals.
In the second game the featuring
play was a running catch of a fly by
Butler, playing right field for Oca la.
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Oak 00 02000 0 02 4 13
Ocala 0 000 1002710 4 5
Summary, First Game: Sacrifice
hits, Leavengood .Blalock; struck out
by Glynn 1, Scarborough 4, Dye 11;
passed ball, Carpenter; base on balls
off Glynn 3; hit bjr -pitcher, Carpen Carpenter,
ter, Carpenter, Blalock.
Second Carre: Sacrifice hit, Butler;
two base hit, Blalock; struck out by
G allows y 7, by Blalock 5; wild pitch,
Galloway; base cn tails off CaUcway
2, Blalock 1; passed ball, Dinkins; hit
by pitcl er, Glynn, Scrrboro jh 2.
A Good Household SslIxc
Ordinary ailments and injuries are
not of themselves icricu. but infec infection
tion infection or low vitality may make them
dangerous. Don't i.eglect a cut, sore,
bruise or hurt because its small. Blood
rcison has iesult?d fom a pin-prick
or scratch. For all such ailments
Bucklen's Arnica Salvo is excellent. It
prttect ard he. 1 the hurt; is an antiseptic,
tiseptic, antiseptic, kills infection and prevents
dangerous complicaticnr. Good for all
sk'n blcmirhrs, pimples, salt rheum,
eczema. Get an original 2-ounce 25c.
box frcni yuur uruggist. Adv. 2
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PUBLISHED EVERY DAY' EXCEPT SUNDAY
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CAMPAIGN LIE MATERIAL
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It. It. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavcngood, Purine:
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
n ha. 1-tcn re re-that
that re-that a nv-vomr..
ct a canal fi,m
MISS HELL WILL
REMOVE TO MIAMI
The Star learns with
Mi .KflYr-on Br II will
in Au.c'7-t to
h.f.rne. Upon her
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One year, in advance $5.00 One year, in advance
Six months, in advance 2..r,0 Six months, in advance
Three months, in advance 1.25 Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance 50 One month, in advance
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that citv her
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This is ir.ter.ded to City d'Jrir the meeting of the state ;
vatervav from the j I,r,-:? R-sociation Miss Dell fell in love
cor.:. tot with the St. t v-'ith the city nn-1 is poinjr there to
Jack. or,- ii!e. Or.lv lv0 nc "Hl open a stcno;riajhie
car.ai will 1
Mr. S. T. Si.-trur.k has a fine crop
if the most delicious fis in his or orchard
chard orchard at Ard-n. The fiprs are the
sm; :1 p;:rn!e
The Star had
reason to appreciate them yesterday. I
KEY. J. II. WEDDELL
Germany is trying to treat
United States as Japan treats China.
The Germans confidently expect to
mans that if they want to koej Am-
e here I'iiiay.
ty ar.d the city of O
in raying the co come"
me" come" hor.ds to rrov
Silver Springs i
wonderful water courses of tr.e state,,
hein r.aviahle for many miles and
recos- i ( :'f- a first and make ?'rr.e invest- Orlando, July 20. After an illness
a that n:ct-ts a t c r as opportunities present J of several weeks, Dev. John Henry
J themselves. ?Ii ;s Bell will leave her j Weddell passed away Sunday in St.
il l H.in toeth'-r ai v,hi!t lt" hundreds of friends will j more than thirty years has done ac-
of the f inal i-u-!n'-s or V( : 'V nv.sch, they wi.-h for tive wok as a clergyman of the
ner muen success.
IS MOW GOING OM
LET TUE PRICES TALK
one o: tne most
! BASKET PICNIC AT JiLITCIITON
erici-n friendship, all they have to dojrjvcr corr.cetin v.ith tho St. Johns
to treat us fairly. Everybody j riv.r. A canal c
knows mistakes will happen in war- h ho
"intrs wo jltl
conquer Warsaw by the middle of Au-j fare, and whenever Germany ac- j transpoi lati'
A few Austrian submarines in the
Adriatic render the naval superiority
of Italy of no avail.
Those boys on thp Tampa Tribune
surely are -exercised about what the
ladies wear, and don't wear.
It is possible that the people of
America need some stinging discip discipline,
line, discipline, and it is probable that they will
The fact that we are having the
most lovely Friday nights a summer
has ever seen causes us to miss the
band concerts all the more.
The death of St. Clair McKelway
of the Brooklyn Eagle takes one of
the few remaining American editors
whose personality gave his paper a
marked place in journalism.
knowledges a mistake and offers to (,,r
make good for it, the explanation will i Johns
be accepted in a friendly spirit.
There will be a basket picnic at
Pditchton on Thursday, July 20th.
There will be speaking by leading
men of the county on the topic of
county divh-ion, and refreshments will
be sold, the proceeds to go toward
every month in the re-covering the Daptist church. Ev-
nectir.g 0;ala with
mean year round
n from that city by wa-
Oklawaha and St.
The Tampa Times rays that three
small vessels, two gunboats and a
transport, are hovering off the south southwest
west southwest Florida coast, and that they will
soon cross the Gulf of Mexico to land
in that country an expedition that is
hoped to place General Felix Diaz in
the place so long hold by his uncle,
Porfirio. A large force of partisans
of Diaz is said to be ready to co cooperate
operate cooperate with the men from the gunboats.
At the lowest estimate, five mill million
ion million men are fighting along the east eastern
ern eastern battle line from the Baltic to the
Dneister. The hosts of Ninus, Scmi Scmi-ramis
ramis Scmi-ramis and Xerxes seem puny in comparison.
There is plenty in this old world
for us all, and if we were all sober,
clean, helpful and just, we would have
a much easier time than we have
now, trying to get the best of each
The plan of the Mendenhall de defense
fense defense will probably be to try to avert
suspicion from the man most likely
to have committed the double murder
and throw it on some one who had
no motive to kill Mrs. Eliot and her
The statements of Germany in the
case of the Nebraskan were straight straightforward
forward straightforward and correct, and the man manner
ner manner in which they were received in
The Tampa Times coined a really
fine phrase when it says that both
Mars and Neptune look with contempt
on the crew of a submarine which
will torpedo an unarmed passenger
ship with women and children on
The unveiling ot the monument to
our honored and lamented fellow citi citizen,
zen, citizen, Gen. II. W. Long, at Cotton Plant
Sunday, was largely attended by the
neighbors and friends from a dis distance
tance distance of the good old general. The
religious services were led by Rev.
Major, the Methodist minister at St.
Johns, and the Masonic exercises
were conducted by Mr. C. E. Connor.
The monument is a very handsome
one, and will remind the coming gen generations
erations generations of General Long for many
America should prove to the Ger- years.
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Read this story in this paper every Wednesday and
Thursday afternoon and see the pictures Friday at the
Prominent business men in Ocala
are said to be enthusiastic over the
proposed canal and efforts will be
made to have the proposition taken
up at an early date. Gainesville Sun.
When we saw the foregoing in the
Sun, we thought nothing of it, except
that some rtpoitcr had picked up
what he believed to be a good item.
We noted the paragraph winch said,
"It is proposed to have Marion coun county
ty county and the city of Ocala join together
in paying the cost of the canal, issu issuing
ing issuing bonds to provide funds," but sup supposed
posed supposed it was kin to the other mis misstatement,
statement, misstatement, which said it was eleven
mi'es from the Springs to Ocala. We
thought the wlvle thing was only an
instance of a rather ill informed but
enthusiastic reporter trying to write
a jiiece of boost stuff for a neighbor
town, and passed up the errors in
consideration of the evident good goodwill.
will. goodwill. However, Monday, an astute friend
called our attention to the fact that
the same story appeared in the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Metropolis and Tampa Trib Tribune
une Tribune under the Gainesville date line;
he also called to our attention the ac activities
tivities activities of a certain "Bloxham county"
politician; and straightway the whole
sel eme became obvious.
The said Bloxham county politician
went to Gainesville, interviewed the
Sun repoiter and under the pretense
of giving him n good item, and one
kindly meant for Marion county and
Ocala, induced him to print the story
in the Sun and also rent it to the
Jacksonville and Tampa papers. This
"D'oxham" man has gone back to his
own bailiwick, and taking his own
stcry, manufactured by himself, is
circulating it among the voters as
campaign material, alleging that
Ocala is planning a scheme to tax all
Mrrion county to cut a canal from
the city to Silver Springs. Of course,
in making and ciiculating this state statement,
ment, statement, he has the approval and active
co-operation of the men who expect
to benefit by the construction of the
The Star will ask the honest and
truthful voters of Marion and Levy
counties, what do they think of a
man, or a bunch of men, who will
manufacture and circulate-such a lie?-r
How much confidence can they put in
any statement made by such an un unscrupulous
scrupulous unscrupulous coterie?
It is well known in Ocala, his been
published in the Ocala papers many
times, that thee is in this city a
small but earnest organization of
bu.siness men who are promoting the
pdan of cutting a -canal from Silver
Springs to Ocala. There is very lit little
tle little chance this plan will succeed at
any time in this generation. A large
majority of the business men and
citizens generally view" the undertak undertaking
ing undertaking with indifference, and some think
it chimerical. Since the war started,
this scheme, like several other plans
for improvement, has been laid aside,
realizing that it is impossible to do
anything with it now.
The gentlemen who desire to cut
the. Silver Springs canal have spoken
of trying to induce the city to 'issue
bonds for the enterprise, but they
know, and everybody else knows, that
there is no possil.de chance that the
city will do anything of the sort at
present, or for years to come.
As for Marion county bonding in
combination with the city, nobody
has proposed anything of the sort.
Marion county wouldn't do anything
of the sort, if for no other reason,
because it couldn't. Issuing bonds by
a county for such, a purpose would be
against the law.
Again, we ask our old friends of
Northwest Mai ion: Do they feel like
intrusting their public affairs to men
who will use such dishonorable tac tactics,
tics, tactics, as manufacturing a lie out of
whole cloth, having it printed cn
false pretenses, and then trying to
use it as campaign material.
erybody invited and bring well filled
baskets and enjoy a pleasant day.
Key West Journal says, "We regret
to learn that conditions among Cuban
cigarmakers in Tampa are really des desperate.
perate. desperate. It is said that some of these
people are actually .starving." If any
man ever starved, or came near
starving in Tampa, Brother Matth Matthews,
ews, Matthews, the Nfact has not been recorded.
We only hope the Cuban cigarmak cigarmakers
ers cigarmakers of the Island City are being as
well cared for as those of Tampa.
Episcopal church, and was widely
known and beloved by many through throughout
out throughout southern Florida. He was born
in Hagerstown, Md., Decemler 8,
1841, moving to Florida in 18S2.
ANNUAL IJAKBLCUE AT OXFORD
The annual barbecue at Oxford will
be held on the first Saturday in Aug August,
ust, August, being the Tth day of the month.
Arrangements will be made to feed
everybody on good old Florida bar barbecued
becued barbecued beef. Cold drinks and ice
I cream wiil be on hand all day. Every
effort possible will be made for social
entertainment. Everybody invited to
come and bring their friends. We will
do all we can to make the day pleas pleasant
ant pleasant and profitable for you.
Signed: F. M. Hammonds, R. M.
D riggers, I. P. Rainey, R. P. Bowman,
L. It. Lee, J. B. Baldron, S. C. Car Car-uthers,
uthers, Car-uthers, committee in charge.
A great many people stop at the
door of the Ocala Seed Store and look
with, interest at the stalk of corn,
not overly large or tall, yet it con contains
tains contains six well developed ears of corn.
The stalk was grown by Mr. Henry
Livingston from Hastings prolific
seed sold him by the Ocala Seed
Store, and the stalk is no exception
as the corn frequently has eight ears
to the stalk.
GOLD MEDAL CONTEST
A gold medal contest will be held
at the Methodist church, of Oxford,
Wednesday, July 28th, at 1:Z0 p. m.
Everybody is invited.
Mrs. T. M. Nichols, Mgr.
NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
PINE ISLAND PICNIC
There will be a picnic at Tine Isl Island,
and, Island, about half a mile west of Romeo,
at a point near the old Shipp place, on
Thursday, August 5th. Speakers on
both sides will be invited to address
the people on the question of county
division. There will be sack races,
foot races and other amusements.
The public cordially invited to attend
and bring well filled baskets. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments will be served by Mr. J.
T. Hutchins. Respectfully,
W. O. Brewer.
J. T. Hutchins,
J. B. McGehce,
J. B. Dean,
W. II. Markham,
J. D. Wiggins,
L. II. Hiers,
T. F. Morgan,
J. L. Starling,
General Ticnic Committee.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
White Star Line Transfer Co.
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling!
Packing, Storing, Shipping of Freight, Furniture, Pianos and Safes.
Baggage Service the Best.
Wre Sell BEAVER BOARD Superior to Plaster or Ceiling
Quality and Price INVESTIGATE.
The members of the Ocala baseball
team and their friends were received
with the greatest hospitality in Clear Clearwater.
water. Clearwater. They are well taken care of
at the Verona Inn, and between
games will enjoy the numerous at attractions
tractions attractions of the Sunset City. The
first frame, Monday afternoon, was in
favo- of Clearwater, 5 to 2.
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
If you want to purchase a new au
tomobile on easy payment6, get the
information by addressing Box 1C4,
Ocala, Fla. C-19-12t
AMBER SORGIIU.M SEED
For sale ot $1.75 per bushel, choice,
fresh, Amber Sorgum Seed for plant
ing. This year's crop. Call on or write
Knight & Strange, Dunnellon, Flor
Beauty More Than Skin Deep
A beautiful woman always has good
digestron. If your drgestron is faulty
Chamberlain s 1 ablets will do you
good. Obtainable everywhere.- Adv.
You have mosquitos? We have the
chaser. Court Pharmacy. CL
COME TO THE SUNSHINE CITY
JUST A FEW
Men's 5c Handker Handkerchiefs
chiefs Handkerchiefs in this sale
Men's 10c Handker Handkerchiefs
chiefs Handkerchiefs in this sale
Men's 15c Collars 1 f
in this sale at
telts in 35(J
Men's 50c Belts in
Men's 25c Belts in
this sale at
Men's 50c Suspend OCp
ers in this sale Oub
Men's 25c Suspend-1 Qp
ers in this sale Iww
Men's 15c Suspend-1 fjp
ers at i IUU
Men's 50c Night
50c Elastic Seam
Men's 2-piece Bath-1 Qp
ing Suits at 13b
We have reduced all of
our new straw nais,
the $1.50 to
$3 grades to
Other Straw Hats Cflp
as low as JUb
Men's and Boy's Q K r
Silk & Straw HatsOub
All of our Mens Felt
Hats have been re reduced,
duced, reduced, some hats that
sold as low as QQ
$2 for. only-... 30b
$3.00 Grades can
be bought for
Every tiling In this
Sale will be sold for
Cash. Nothing will
be charged to anyone.
i HENS HARD-TAILORED SUITS
; $18 Suits, strictly hand tailored, several (Til QC
X styles all wool 4) I I -U J
; $15 Suits, hand tailored, assorted materiais(TQ QC
! stitched fronts at 4U.UU
$12.50 Suits, all wool, assorted styles and (TO jJE
materials at 4)U.TU
We have a large stock of odds and ends in
this sale that will go at from $3.95 to
One big lot of assorted materials and styles
sold up to $3 at :
Every pair of pants in the store reduced.
If you want to keep cool and take a
plunge in the bay. You will find good
rooms and bqard at $5 per week at
826 Central avenue, St. Petersburg,
Fla. Mrs. L. T. Cutler. 25-tf
"Go North by Sea"
MERCHANTS MINERS TRANS.CO
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
II. C. AVERY, AGENT
Traveling Man's Experience
"In the summer of 1888 I had a very
severe attack of cholera morbus. Two
physicians worked over me from four
a. m. to G p. m. without giving me any
relief and then told me they did not
expect me to live; that I had best tele telegraph
graph telegraph for my family. Instead of doing
so, I gave the hotel porter fifty cents
and told him to buy me a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and take no sub substitute.
stitute. substitute. I took a double dose accord
ing to the directions and went to slee
after the second dose. At five o'cloc
the next morning I was called by my
order and took a train for my next
stopping point, a well man but feel feeling
ing feeling rather shaky from the severity of
the attack," writes II. W. Ireland,
Louisville, Ky. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors f
Thcr-3 was a large con gre 'alien
present :.t the morning ?er ice in the
Pre?byicrian church yesterday, and
the occasion was more than ordinarily
interesting because the services in included
cluded included the installation of Rev. R. D.
Dod.ce as pastor of the church, by a
committee appointed by the St. Johns
Presbytery. Clearwater Sun.
has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
LOST A pearl and sapphire bar pin
between Miss Wartman's residence
and the Episcopal church. Finder
will please rturn same to this office
or to 704 Oklawaha avenue and re receive
ceive receive reward. 10-Gt.
FOR RENT Two six-room cottages
with all modern conveniences; well
located. Apply to Mrs. R. L. Car
LOST A. K. A. fraternity pin Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning either on Oklawaha
avenue or down town. Reward offer
ed by Runyan Stephens. 17-Ct
FOR RENT Five-room cottage with
modern conveniences, gas, electricity,
baths, etc. Apply to Mrs. Jake Brown,
North Tuscawilla street, or phone
FOR RENT Well located and nlcelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
ROOMS AND HOARD Large
rooms with boa id at special sum
mer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton Hcuse. 19-lmo.
WANTED A party of four to pro
rate an automobile trip expense to
Miami and return. See Jos. W.
PURE JERSEY COW FOR SALE
I have one fine, pure Jersey cow for
sale; fresh with second calf; gives
3 1-2 gallons of milk per day. W. D
Cam, Ocala, Fla. 15-Ct
One big lot Men's OCp
One big lot Men's 1Cn
25c Ties at IviU
Better 50c ties to
Paris or Boston 1"7p
Supporters I u
10c Grades assort- "7p
ed colors at only
15c Grades assort- Iflp
ed colors at I Uu
25c Grades assort- 1 Op
ed colors at 1 Uu
50c Grades assort- ODp
ed colors at Ouu
$1.50 Dress CI flfl
shirts at- PI.UU
$1 Dress Shirts, 7Qp
lending mnkes 1 uu
75c Dress Shirts
50c Dress Shirts
The above includes all
styles softand laundered
All 50c Athletic Under Underwear,
wear, Underwear, including B. V.
D. and other best
makes will go 07p
at, per garment u U
Men's $1 Union 7Kp
Suits at ub
50c grades Balbrig-0"7p
gan underwear u u
25c grades, Men's 1 Qp
Underwear at luu
Special lot Men's 2-piece
Bathing Suits tolQp
go at lub
Heavy 50c Work OQp
Shirts at. Ouu
Light Blue Cham- OQp
bray work shirts ub
$1 Overalls, Head-OOp
light, and others U-b
75c Overalls, as- COo
a few left.
50c Overalls, only QQf
Nothing at all will be
charged to any one at
this sale. All goods will
be sold for cash.
MEN'S PALM BEACH SUITS
We have only been selling he GENUINE PALM BEACII cloth
Suits all this season. Our prices have been $6J0, $7 and $7JJ0
You can now have your choice of various styles and materials at
ALTERATIONS MADE FREE
Advertise in the Star.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates maJe on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.
VEGETABLES. MILK AND EGGS
from out own farm daily. Open r.Ir.t
OCA LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1913
PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
THIRTEENTH EPISODE OF ELAINE in two reels.
THE TATTOOED HAND Kalera two-reel drama; an episode in
the Girl Detective Series.
STRICTLY NEUTRAL-Vitagraph comedy, featuring Flora Finch,
Kate Price and Jay Dwiggins (Bunny's little brother.)
Songs by Lester Lucas.
ADMISSION: From 3:3 Oto 10:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
The Baseball Team
Is Going to Clearwater
but that is no reason you should
not drink the greatest of all
IN BOTTLES 5 Cents AT FOUNTAINS
There is Nothing Else Quite so Good.
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works
-J : f :
OUR BOE OS PURE. BOH
Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes throujrh the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and sa'isfactory service go with this good ice of ours. "Let u
have your custom- -we deserve it.
Ocala Ice k Packing Co.
This is our
r 1 U i ii iTi
Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch,
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
it can not wear or tear. Call and see
It do the woik.
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.
NEW YORK AND RETURN
Only Direct Line'from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW OX SALE GOOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. W F" N 7 K L, FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot. of Liberty Street.
, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
.See That Your Ticket Reads
AT LA PIT
STAXDARH RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
M. R. WILLIAMS, J. G. KIRKLAND,
Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla. D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.
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Music, and rnu.-ic, too, that cr.n
touch beyond all el.-e the soul that
loves it much. Now heard far off,
far as hut to seem like the faint ex exquisite
quisite exquisite music of a dream LrJV.
Mrs. 'Waterman Entertained for Her
Mother and Sister
Mrs. Ardis Waterman entertained
this afternoon at a lovely tea and
"talkfest" at her home on South Sec Second
ond Second street in compliment to her
mother, Mrs. B. J. Fetter and sister,
Mrs. Mallory Liddon of Jacksonville,
who have been her puests for several
This was Mrs. Waterman's first j
party since moving into her pretty!
new home and the occasion has been :
anticipated with pleasure by her host ;
of friends. The house, which is most'
attractively arranged on the inside
for entertaining, was prettily orna ornamented
mented ornamented for this occasion. In the sit
ting room were placed large bowls
of blue hydrangeas, the same pretty
lilnssmmi? hpinf bnnkod about the
punch bowl, which was placed in a
cozy nook on the front veranda. In
the dining room tall vases of gor
geous long-stemmed roses were used,
the central table being adorned with
a handsome lace cover and tall vase
of roses with cut glass compotes fill filled
ed filled with mints.
Receiving at the front stoop wasj
Mrs. E. L. Carney, who passed the
guests down the veranda to where
Mrs. Chas. Lloyd, Mrs. John Taylor
and Miss Meta Jewett served a re refreshing
freshing refreshing and delicious fruit punch.
Mrs. Waterman received her guests
at the front door with a winning and
gracious charm of manner casting
aside all formality. She introduced
the ladies to her mother, Mrs. B. J.
Potter, and her sister, Mrs. Mallory
Liddon. All were most becomingly
gowned in soft dainty summer shim shim-mery
mery shim-mery robes, most attarctive and dain dainty
ty dainty for a hot mid-summer afternoon.
As the guests assembled they passed
along into merry groups, chatting a
moment with Mrs. Edward Holder,
Mrs. G. S. Scott, Mrs. Ernest Crook,
Mrs. Sarah E. Waterman and Mrs.
W. S. Bullock, who saw that no one
was left alone.
In the dining room Miss Martha
Kate Rentz and Hope Robinson ser served
ved served pistachio and vanilla ice cream
shaped in triangular form on pretty
plates with white cake and mints.
During the receiving hours from four
to six the house was comfortably fill filled
ed filled with admiring guests happy to
meet again and upon such a pleasant
occasion the two charming honor honor-guests.
guests. honor-guests. Mrs. Waterman's party was indeed
a happy inspiration and gave great
pleasure to her host of friends for fortunate
tunate fortunate enough to be present upon this
delightful mid-summer afternoon.
Mrs. J. B. Hayes and little daugh daughter
ter daughter have been spending a few days at
Miss Helen Hubbard, an attractive
young lady of Palatka, is the guest
of Miss Ivo LaRue for a few days.
Mr. E. P. Rentz from Arcadia is in
the city for a few days visit to his
Mrs. R. H. Purdom left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for northern Georgia to spend
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walters, who
have been visiting their daughter,
Mrs. Armour at PanasofTkee for the
past two weeks, are expected home
Mrs. A. N. Goodwin of Orlando,
who was expected in the city this af
ternoon to visit friends for the week,
was prevented from, coming on ac account
count account of the illness of her husband.
Mrs. B. A. Weathers, Miss Janet
Weathers and Mr. Paul Weathers ar
rived home this afternoon from New
York City, where they have been for
several weeks, guests of Mr. Niel A.
Weathers and family at Short Hills.
Mrs. B. P. Beville of Gainesville
and little ones arrived this afternoon
for an extended visit to Mrs. M. II.
Temple and family.
Mrs. C. R. Kreger and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Virginia, are in Jacksonville for
an indefinite visit to Mrs. Kreger's
sister. They may decide to make
Jacksonville their home for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Jere Crook and little
daughters Jere and Jane, will leave
on the early train in the morning for
a visit to relatives in Bartow.
Miss Jessie Bishop returned home
from Jacksonville Friday after an ex extended
tended extended visit with friends in that city.
She was accompanied by Miss Mabel
Miller, who will be her guest for sev several
eral several weeks. Gainesville Sun.
M iss Donnie Proctor, who has been
attending the normal school at Madi Madison,
son, Madison, is in the city, the guest of Mrs.
Laura Wellhoner, on her way home to
Mrs. II. W. Long, after a pleasant
visit to her old home and friends in
Marion county, left Monday to return
to Quincy, where ihe is now making
her home. Mrs. Lor.g is dearly be beloved
loved beloved of all her neighbors, and is
greatly missed by them. She was ac accompanied
companied accompanied as far as Jacksonville by
Mrs. Lloyd Tucker and Lloyd junior,
who returned last night, to go out to
their home at Cotton Plant this morn morning.
ing. morning. Song Recital by Miss Downs
A beautiful program exquisitely
rendered was given last evening by
Miss Cecil-? Downs at the Woman's
Club auditorium. This was Mis-?
Downs' first appearance since her re return
turn return from a season's study in New
Yori: City, and for days her friends
have eagerly awaited the hour of he he-appearance.
appearance. he-appearance. The Woman's Club build building,
ing, building, which is so well adapted for all
classes of entertainments, was most
aity i-nd attractive with its brilliant
lights and flowers on last evenirg.
when promptly at the hour the pro program
gram program was begun by Miss Downs, as assisted
sisted assisted by Miss Ellen Clarkson, one of
Ocala's youngest and most gifted ac accompanists.
companists. accompanists. The program was given
in four groups, Miss Downs giving a
short synopsis of each of the foreign
selections which added much to the
interest, especially those not familiar
with the different languages. Miss
Downs' interpretation of both the
foreign and native songs was perfect,
and never before was her lyric sop soprano
rano soprano more birdlike and exquisite, for
she is very young, not yet out of her
teens, and the future without a doubt
holds golden treasures for one so am ambitious
bitious ambitious and wonderfully talented.
Each number on the program was a
gem within itself, and to mention one
would necessitate- a word for all, so
varied and artistically arranged was
All of Ocala's music lovers were
represented in the audience and at
the conclusion of the evening a per perfect
fect perfect ovation was tendered this tal talented,
ented, talented, gifted and greatly loved young
Miss Downs' assistants for the eve evening,
ning, evening, Miss Ellen Clarkson as accom accompanist
panist accompanist and Miss Irma Blake, who re-
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PHQNES 47, 101, .103
Mr. Ragland Writes Interesting
Letter on THis Subject.
Madison Heights, Va. Mr. Chas. A.
Ragland, of this place, wriles: "I have
been taking Thedford's Black-Draught
for indigestion, and other stomach troub troubles,
les, troubles, also eclds, and find it to be the very
best medicine I have ever used.
After taking Black-Draught for a few
days, I always feel like a new man."
Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain
in pit of stomach, and a feeling of full fullness
ness fullness after eating, are sure symptoms of
stomach trouble, and should be given the
proper treatment, as your strength and
health depend very largely upon your
food and its digestion.
To get quick and permanent relief
from these ailments, you should take
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Its 75 years of splendid success, in the
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cently graduated from the musical de department
partment department at the Woman's College in
Tallahassee, won great applause, and
their numbers were of great pleasure
anl interest to their friends. Miss
Blake makes a specialty of instru instrumental
mental instrumental music and is indeed a genius
aru' her friends bespeak a wonderful
future for her.
The evening with Miss Downs and
her able assistants was indeed a rare
treat for the music lovers of the city,
and when the last number was ren rendered
dered rendered the audience was reluctant to
let her quit, she having to respond to
encore after encore.
The program was given in full as
1. (a) My Mother Bids Me Bind My
(M Nymphs and Shepherds. Purcell
(c) Das Vielchen Mozart
(d) Die Lorelie Lizst
2. (a) Sonata No. 17 in A. .Scarlatti
(b) La Fileuse Raff
(c) Hungarian Dance No. 7 Brahms
3. (a) Wiegenlied Schubert
(b) Haiden Rosleiu Schubert
(c) Du bist die Ruh Schubert
(d) Der Nussbaum Schumann
(e) Widmung Schumann
4. (a) Moments Musicale.Moscowcky
(b) Intermezzo Op. 118... Brahms
(c) Tarentella Op. 39.Leschetizslsy
5. (a) Where My Caravan
Has Rested Lohr
(b) Mammy's Song .Ware
(c) My Soul ...Bond
(d) Will o the Wisp Spross
(e) Hayfields and Butterflies
Miss Rosebud Robinson entertained
the Tuesday auction club this after
noon at her home on South Second
street. She was assisted by her
mother, Mrs. M. E. Robinson and sis sister,
ter, sister, Miss Fanny Robinson. The
tables for the players were placed on
the veranda, where amid ferns and
flowers the afternoon was spent. The
guests upon this occasion were the
club members, Misses Nellie Gottlieb,
Mary McDowell, Dorothy Schreiber,
Kathleen Jackson, Hester Dewey,
Mrs. Herbert Lattner and the guests
outside the club Miss McNabb and
Miss Fanny Robinson. At the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of the games fruit salad, iced
tea and wafers were served. Pretty
handkerchiefs were given as prizes to
thore holding high scores.
Miss Mamie Gross is at home; again
after a winter spent in Texas teach
ing school. Since the close of her
school term, Miss Gross has been the
guest of relatives and friends in Ok
lahoma. It is with pleasure we learn
that she will now remain in Ocala
the coming winter.
Judge W. M Gober left on the early
morning train for Commerce, Ga.,
where his family are spending the
summer. He will be away for some
tme and possibly be accompanied
home by his family.
Miss Ada Sanders, who has been
the attractive guest of her aunt, Mrs.
L. T. Izlar all winter, will leave on
Thursday for Savannah for a few
weeks' visit to relatives before con concluding
cluding concluding her season's outing in Ashe Ashe-ville,
ville, Ashe-ville, N. C.
Mrs. Chas. W. Hunter and children
are spending this week in Clearwater,
accompanying the ball team Sunday.
In the party were Mr. Harvey Clark,
Mr. Will Moore and two sons.
Mrs. T. E. Bridges received a tele telegram
gram telegram last evening from Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Calhoun in Barnesville, S. C,
announcing the birth of a fine son to
them. Mrs. Calhoun will be pleasantly
remembered as Miss Lyda Des Des-Champs
Champs Des-Champs and has a host of friends rh
this city who will rejoice to learn of
her great happiness.
Mrs. R. A. Burford and Miss Agnes
Burford returned this afternoon from
a several weeks' visit to relatives in
Mrs. C. V. Roberts has opened a
summer school at her residence in the
third ward for the instruction of
backward children or the promoting
of children in all the primary work
through to the fourth grade. This is
most commendable work and Mrs.
Roberts is receiving much encourage encouragement
ment encouragement in her undertaking. The school
will continue in session for ten
Miss Bettie Mclver is entertaining
a jolly house party this week at her
home, Idlewild, on North Lake Weir.
Going down from here yesterday aft
crnoon were Misses Eugenia Fuller,
V.ice Bullock and Annie Atkinson.
They will remain until Friday.
Mrs. W. J. Sheridan and little
daughter Dixie, of Fort Myers, who
have been in the city for several
days, visiting friends, left this morn
ing for a few weeks visit at Daytona
Mrs. M. M. Little and children will
leave August 1 for Anatasia Beach,
opposite St. Augustine, where they
will spend the remainder of the sum
OUR PUBLIC FORUM
IV. F. A. Vanderlip
On Tho Business of Banking
The fanners of this nation to come Into their own
must Btudy business. We must, as a class, understand
the fundamental principles that underlie every Industry,
its functions to society and lt3 relation to agriculture, for
there can be no Intelligent co-operation without under understanding.
standing. understanding. Mr. F. A. Vanderlip, president of the National
City Bank of New York, when asked, "What is a bank?"
said In part:
"The first and most familiar function of a bank Is
that of gathering up tho Idle money of a community,
small sums and large, and thus forming a pool or reser reservoir
voir reservoir upon which responsible persons' may draw as they
have temporary use for money. It Is evident that this makes large sums In the
aggregate available for the employment of labor and tke development of the
community. But much more is accomplished than the use of the mcney
actually deposited in the banks, for by the use cf drafts, checks and bank
notes the efficiency of money is multiplied several times over. A very largo
business, for example one cf the great beef packers, may use very little little-actual
actual little-actual money; on one side of its bank account will be entered the checks
and drafts it is daily receiving from everywhere in payment for meats,
while on the other side will be entered the checks It draws in payment for
cattle, etc., its only use of money being for small payments, to labor and
If there were but one bank In a community and everybody paid all
bills by drawing checks on that bank, and everyone receiving a check imme immediately
diately immediately deposited It In the bank, the amount cf money in the bank evidently
would not change at all and the entire business of the community would be
settled on the books of the bank. And the situation is but slightly changed
when there are several banks, for they daily exchange among themselves all
the checks they receive on each other, which practically offset themselves,
although the small balances are paid In cash. This is called 'clearing and
in every large city there is a 'Clearing House' where representatives of the
banks meet daily to settle their accounts with each other.
A bank is constantly receiving from Its customers, particularly those that
are shipping products to other localities, drafts and checks drawn on banks
in other cities, which it usually sends for deposit to a few correspondent
banks In the central cities with which it maintains permanent accounts. In
this way these scattered credits are consolidated and the bank draws upon
these accounts in supplying customers with the means of making payments,
away from home. As each local community sells and buys about the same
amount abroad in the course of a year, these payments largely offset each
other. It Is evident that the banks are very intimately related to the trade
and industry of a country. The banker is a dealer in credit much more than
a dealer in money, and of course his own credit must be above question. He
exchanges his credit for the credits acquired by the customers, and lends
credit for their accommodation, but he must conduct the business with such
judgment that he can always meet his own obligations with cash on demand.
This is the essential thine about bank credit, that it shall always be the
same as cash.
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TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1915
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM
AT LANTA $6.00 MACON $4.00
Tickets limited to reach Jacksonville, returning not later than mid midnight
night midnight August 2nd, and are good on any regular train within limit.
Excursion train will leave Jacksonville for Macon and Atlanta 0:3P
a. m. and for Columbia 9:40 a. m., JULY 27th.
Through coaches and pullman service. Special trains.
City Ticket Office Cor. Forsythe andllogan Sts. Jacksonville, FU.
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The Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet Thursday afternoon instead of
Wednesday with Mrs. J. B. Webb at
Kendrick. Those desiring to go will
meet at the home of C. E. Simmons
, at 3 p. m.
Ds it Mot Eiraoiiagihi ffoir Yoan?
How Does it Affect You? i
Isn't it mostly in your stomach, caused from too much ice
water, summer fruits and melons, or over-eating? Don't
you frequently feel bloated and stuffy, especially after eat eating?
ing? eating? Sloats Bitters, the old reliable, corrects all such dis disorders,
orders, disorders, puts "what you eat where it belongs, digests your
food, cares indigestion
' EQUALLY GOOD FOR ALL AGES.
Purely Vegetable. Ko Narcotics cr Optica.
At tX drc3 fstcxes 50c and $LC0.
OCALA EVENING STAR TUESDAY, JULY 20. 1913
Council meets this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Mr. Z. C. Chambliss continues to
Mr. L. W. Harley has returned
from a trip to Jacksonville.
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 f
Capt. A. V. Hamill, the popular
A. C. L- conductor of the Ocala Ocala-Wilcox
Wilcox Ocala-Wilcox train, is back on his run.
SEE rlHE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh veget jles, milk and eggs, tf
Mrs. Joseph Malever, son and
daughter are spending the week with
'Mrs. Malever's sister, Miss Isaacs, in
Norris famous candies never failed
to satisfy. To be had only at .the
Court Pharmacy. 6t.
W. K. I jane, M, D., Vhyslclan and
Burgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Idbrary Building,
Mr. C. A. Bailey, of Lynne, was a
visitor to the Star office today. Mr.
Bailey came from St. Louis in Janu
ary and bought 120 acres of wild land.
He has built a house and cleared sev several
eral several acres of land. His family will
not ioin him until next year. Mr.
Bailey, like every other Marion coun county
ty county man should do, has subscribed for
the Weekly Star.
Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
T lMVA OfcL SHOW
Dr. McKenzie and other members
of the Lake County Land Owners As Association
sociation Association at Fruitland Park, were in
the city yesterday.
See Luckie, at Davies' place, if
your automobile needs attention. 15 tf
Mr. Ed Bennett of the Temple the theater
ater theater spent Sunday in Jacksonville.
Use Nyal's iamiiy remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. 16-tf
Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to A. G. Gates at Gates' Gar Garage.
age. Garage. 15-tf
G. E. Mabry of Tampa was at the
Harrington last night.
rfie square Deaf
is tne frae of our
';! the square deal wins; we know it. you
will get it from us; and you will know it
ewry time you buy and use our hard hard-ware.
ware. hard-ware. :
i ITIS aUALITYjTHAT COUNTS. IT IS OUR RULE
TO GIVE STANDARD, RELIABLE HARDWARE AT
LOW, FAIR SQUARE PRICES; TO STAND BACK OF
EVERYTHING WE SELL AND "MAKE GOOD."
WE CARRY THE STOCK.
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PHONE 1 18,
But There Is Rio
It has this Label. Accept No Other.
"Rich as Butm-Swcct as a Nu
Chocolate CARTER'S Golden
Rasin -delicious" Silver
Pound CAKES Pineapple
"Butter-Nut" Bread and "Delicious" Cakes are made only at
N. MAIN STREET
DON'T ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE
DON'T ACCEPT ASUBSTITUTE
HAMS, HAMS, HAMS
OCALA SEED STOKE
For sale, f'UU pounds of excellent
country hams. Address Box
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Hhr.rts, Hay and "Mr'asses feeds. Cotf
Master Ernest Beaton r.f Melr.to.-h I
is spending the week in Ocala with
PaU: Blue RiMn Beer, the best,
purest ar. 1 most healthful of ALL
Furemer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
This report Is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min R. F.
July 1 88
July 2 : 88
July 3 91
July 4 95
July 5 90
July 6 90
July 7 94
July 8 93
July 9 88
July 10 92
July 11 89
July 12 87
Fair tonight Wednesday, probably
local thunder showers.
Mr. Fred Gardner, a Icnc time ajro
a resident of Ocala. drr-pped into th
Star office this afternoon. Owinsr to
the fact that Fred had jrrown a full
beard, the old timers in the Star of office
fice office has to be told who he was. though
he instantly knew them all and their
names. Mr. Gardner was with the
Ocala fire department for four years,
driving the hook and ladder truck.
Mr. Gardner has been all about the
state since leaving the state eighteen
years ago, and has been at White White-house,
house, White-house, near Jacksonville, for the past
year. He has returned to Ocala to
live and Income a citizen of the Brick
Mr. John T. Moore and a party of
frieils drove over to St. Leo in Mr.
Moore's car Sunday, spending the day
at he college.
Mr. J. A. Hightower of Candler,
with his family were in town this
morning. When coming down Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha avenue, Mr. Hiphtowers hor
became frightened and ran away,
throwing all the occupants of the car carriage
riage carriage out. Aside from a few bruises,
no one was seriously hurt.
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Mr. R. C. Camp returned last night
from New York, and went down to
look .after his interests along the
Withlacoochee today. Mr. Camp's
family are enjoying the summer in
the North Carolina mountains.
Mrs. George Close and daughter
Christine, left today for Tampa,
where they will be guests for a week
of Mrs. II. M. Clayton and family.
Miss Cora Barco and Miss Helen
Veal of Cotton Plant are guests of
Miss Katie Mae Eagleton for a week,
coming in yesterday.
Messrs. E. L. Wartmann and W. J.
Crosby of Citra were in town today.
Mr. W. A. Seymour leaves tonight
for a business trip to Savannah.
If you automobile needs repairs or
adjustment, take it to Luckie at
Davies' place. 15-tf
Take your automobile to Luckie at
Davies' place if it is needing the at attention
tention attention of a skilled mechanic. 15-tf
Don't fail to ask us about our speci special
al special price on stationery. The Court
Mr. Valmore Izlar, who has been
located in Denver, Col., for the past
year, left that city on the first for
Wyoming, where he expects to remain
for some time. Mr. Izlar is greatly
enamored of the west.
Mr. W. D. Edwards, one of Dun Dun-nellon's
nellon's Dun-nellon's prominent business men, was
in town today, on his way for a sum summer
mer summer outing at Asheville.
Mr. R. L. Turner of Inverness was
in town today. Mr. Turner has been
appointed by Gov. Trammell a state
inspector of rural schools, to succeed
Captain Lynch of Gainesville. A good
appointment Dick's friends congrat congratulate
ulate congratulate both him and the governor.
Mr. C. N. Hampton of Martel was
among the excursionists to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville yesterday.
The pleasure of the patrons of the
Temple was greatly added to last
night by the superb singing of Mr.
Lester Lucas. Mr. Lucas will sing at
the Temple every night this week.
The bill tonight is the thirteenth "Ex "Exploits
ploits "Exploits of Elaine," a Kalem drama and
a Vitagraph comedy.
Three-year-old Dorothy, who was al allowed
lowed allowed to play on the parkway, was
told by her mother she must not get
acquainted with strange people. One
day. an organ grinder with a monkey
stopped to play and Dorothy made
friends at once. As the organ grinder
moved away Dorothy followed, her
mother called to her. and she paused
long enough to say: "I'se vest gettia
quainted wif monkey, not man's.
The classical Greeks had veterina veterinarians.
rians. veterinarians. But veterinary medicine and
surgery did rot originate with the
Greeks. So far as we know to the
contrary, it had its start with the
Egyptians, the wonderful people who
seem to have originated most of the
useful arts that are here today.
Merchant (to portrait painter)
flow much will you charge to paint my
portrait if I furnish the paint?
Advertise in the Star.
Try one of tnose frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
Mr. S. H. Gaitskill of Mcintosh was
a business visitor to the city today.
Mr. Edward Tuckerhas just com completed
pleted completed the installation of a new gasn-lin-3
tar.k beneath his sidewalk at hi
gumrre on We.-t Exposition street. A
iiew fil tank was also placed beneath
ihc pavement. Mr. Tucker now has a
capaery of ltluO pallons of gasoline
and five barrels of cylinder oil in his
PEA SEED FOR SALE
I have for sale 100 bushels of
choice seed Clay and Whipporwill
Peas. Will ship to order or deliver at
my farm, four miles from Ocala on
Anthony road (Boiler farm.) Meade
Oliver, P. O. Ocala. 9-fri-tues 4t
EVACUATED MEXICO CITY
The Woodmen plan to have a social
at their meeting Friday evening.
Casey Jones cf the world was at
the Hanington last night. This was
Casey's" first visit to Ocala in some
Mr. J. L. Hires recently returned
from a business trip to New York
City and Bridgeport, Conn.
Ardis Waterman's -how window,
with dollar bills tied to hat brims, at attracts
tracts attracts the attention of all who pass.
Mr. E. H. Talton of DeLand, con connected
nected connected with the Stetson interests, is
at Anthony, the guest of his brother,
Mr. John Talton. Both these gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen were in town today.
A denatured skunk in a box on the
sidewalk near the Ocala House pool
room caused much attention yesterday.
Patrolman Wells last night took in
a drunken darkey who was trying to
invade George Pinder's house.
Buckshot Williams was among the
pilgrims to Jacksonville yesterday.
Buckshot left Ocala with a full set of
whiskers, but when he arrived in
Jacksonville they were so full of cin cinders
ders cinders that he had to have them reap reaped
ed reaped before he could see the city.
Another fresh shipment of Trola
sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.
Have you tried the "Delicious"
cakes now being turned out by the
Carter Bakery? They are named
right; and only 10 cents per pack package,
age, package, tf
(Special to the Star)
Washington, July lO.General Gon
zales, commander of Carranza troops,
has evacuated Mexico City, taking his
troops northward to meet the conven convention
tion convention troops at Pachuca.
"DELICIOUS" is the brand under
which the Carter Bakery is now put putting
ting putting out ten cent packages, of cake in
five flavors. f you are not now us using
ing using them try some and avoid the hot
oven during this strenuous warm
Prof. A. P. Spencer, one of the
state university's agricultural ex experts,
perts, experts, was in town today.
A full line of loose leaf ledgers,
note books and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Gerig's. tf
Among the 65 cent phonograph
disc records we are selling for Z0
cents is "Cohen on the Telephone.
Ocala Pawn and Loan Office, B. Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, proprietor. "Why Pay More?
There's nothing finer turned out of
a bakery than the 10 cent loaves of
the famous "Butternut" bread at
Carter's Bakery. 15-4t
John Gar, a colored man, a few
miles south of town on the Pyles road,
is making a nice thing off a patch of
late tomatoes. The fruit is now rip ripening,
ening, ripening, when there is a very little in
the county and as it is exceptionally
fine, is meeting with a ready sale. The
Carn-Thomas company have Fome
very fine tomatoes today from his
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