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VOL. 21. OCALA, FLOKIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1915 NO. 171
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
RUSSIANS WILL BE CUT
London, July 21. Rumors that
Warsaw has fallen are circulating
here. Latest communications from
both sides, however, indicate that the
Austro-German rtfsh toward the
Polish capital has slowed down. The
Russians continue to lose ground, ap apparently,
parently, apparently, though the campaign hasn't
yet reached a decisive issue.
The latest important German suc success
cess success is reported south of Ivangorod.
The Germans claim Russian counter
attacks have failed.
PRESSING INTO THE BALTIC
Windau is definitely in the hands of
the Germans, who are now thirty-five
miles from Riga. The possession of
Riga would force the Russians to re retreat
treat retreat from near Shavli and Mitau:
The actions of the Germans indicate
they are trying to cut off the Russian
retreat as well as capture Warsaw.
WARFARE SLACK IN THE WEST
The engagements on the British
front and isolated actions on the re remainder
mainder remainder of the western battle line
are not important enough to distract
public attention from the Russian
ITALIANS CLAIM SUCCESS ON
The Italians are reported to have
waged a fierce battle yesterday along
the Isonzo front, with success on the
TO BE con
III FRIENDLY TERMS
No Dissension in the Cabinet About
the Next American Note
Washington, July 21. President
Wilson and his cabinet decided yes yesterday
terday yesterday on the general principles of
the note to be sent to Germany re renewing
newing renewing efforts to secure for American
citizens protection on the high seas.
The president read to the cabinet a
tentative draft of the note. On its
character and purposes there was un unanimous
animous unanimous agreement, and Secretary
Lansing was at work last night put putting
ting putting in more precise language the
ideas set forth.
Members of the cabinet generally
preserved secrecy regarding the pro probable
bable probable contents of the communication.
It was made clear, however, that it
would not be an ultimatum or make
threats as to the future purposes of
the United States.
At the same time, they pointed out
that it probably would have an air
of finality, curtaining the field of dis discussion
cussion discussion and negotiation and placing
squarely on Germany the responsi responsibility
bility responsibility for any actions that might sub subsequently
sequently subsequently endanger friendly relations
of the two countries. The communi communication
cation communication will be couched in friendly
Use NyaPs iamiiy remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. 16-tf
AMBER SORGHUM SEED
For sale at $1.75 per bushel, choice,
fresh, Amber Sorgum Seed for plant planting.
ing. planting. This year's crop. Call on or write
Knight & Strange, Dunnellon, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 14-6t
BeneGted by Chamberlain's Liniment
"Last winter I used Chamberlain's
Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiff stiffness
ness stiffness and soreness of the knees, and
can conscientiously say that I never
used anything that did me so much
good." Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Have you tried those delidous Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Not be Checked this Side of
CLEAR OFF FROM THEIR BASES
WILL GET WELL
PHYSICIANS AT MILLEDGE MILLEDGE-VILLE
VILLE MILLEDGE-VILLE REPORT FRANK'S
Milledgeville, Ga., July 21. A
marked improvement in the condition
of Leo Frank is announced by the
doctors His temperature this morn morning
ing morning was 100, the lowest since Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. He is still in danger, but his
recovery is practically certain.
WILL WED THE WAVES
Smart and Pretty Craft Josephine
Will be Launched at Connor
Saturday, July 24th, promises to be
among Connor's historical days. The
occasion will be the launching of the
launch. "Josephine," recently com completed
pleted completed at the Connor navy yards.
The management has secured the
services of the yacht Silver Springs
to convey the crowds from the
Springs to Connor on this day, and
the fare will be only 50 cents for the
round trip; leaving the Springs at
9:30 a. m.
A big basket picnic dinner will be
served on the grounds and the public
is invited to be the guests of the citi citizens
zens citizens of Connor.
COTTON MUST NOT
Isn't Contraband, and if Seized Must
be Paid for by Allies
Washington, July 21. Any British
court decision that would confiscate,
without payment, cotton of American
ownership destined to a neutral
country, or even to Germany, Aus Austria
tria Austria or Turkey would be contested by
the United States, it was learned last
night, following dispatches saying
the British Board of Trade had ruled,
that if cotton shipped under the
agreement with American exporters
passed from an American shipper to
an enemy of Great Britain, it will not
be purchased by Great Britain under
the terms of the agreement.
The. American state department
holds, that since cotton is not declar declared
ed declared contraband it is not subject to con confiscation.
fiscation. confiscation. HAMS, HAMS, HAMS
For sale, COO pounds of excellent
country hams. Address Box 435,
ANNUAL BARBECUE AT OXFORD
The annual barbecue at Oxford will
be held on the first Saturday in Aug August,
ust, August, being the 7th day of the month.
Arrangements will be made to feed
everybody on good old Florida bar barbecued
becued barbecued beef. Cold drinks and ice
cream will 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.
Driggers, I. P. Rainey, R. P. Bowman,
L. R. Lee, J. B. Baldron, S. C. Car Car-uthers,
uthers, Car-uthers, committee in charge.
SEE rIHK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetr les, milk and eggs, tf
IF THEY DO NOT SOON
WELSH MINERS HAVE ACCEPT ACCEPTED
ED ACCEPTED TERMS AND WILL RE-
TURN TO WORK
London, July 21. The Welsh coal
miners have accepted the terms
agreed on yesterday. The strike has
ended throughout the coal fields.
There was an overwhelming majority
in favor of a settlement.
Western Union is Giving the Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater Games by Innings
Manager Sage of the Western
Union raised the coin yesterday to
obtain the results of the ball game
by innings from Clearwater, and
promptly put up a big bulletin board
in front of his office, which was soon
the center of attraction for the fans
of the city. It didn't give good news
for Ocala however, the score being C
to ? in favor of Clearwater.
MAIIONEY WAS AN EASY MARK
Handed Over $800 to an Adventuress
who Claimed to be Mr. Flagler's
( Associated Press)
New York, July 21. A woman call calling
ing calling herself Mrs. Zora Emma Flagler,
aged fifty, is today held in $5,000
bail for examination Friday. She is
charged with obtaining money under
false pretenses. Frank H. Mahoney
swore he paid her $S00, after she rep represented
resented represented herself as the widow of
Henry M. Flagler, the millionaire
railroad builder. She said she would
soon get $15,000 from the estate.
Lawrence C. Haines, of Brooklyn,
representing the Flagler estate, made
an affidavit corroborating Mahoney.
He said the woman's story was false.
BECKER'S FINAL PLEA
To be Saved from the Electric Chair
Handed In Today
Albany, N. Y., July 21. Charles
Becker's final plea to the governor to
save him from the electric chair was
handed Whitman's secretary today,
by John B. Johnson, partner of Mar Martin
tin Martin T. Manton, Becker's counsel. The
governor will make no statement until
he has examined the documents.
OCALA WEEK IN CLEARWATER
Clearwater Sun: Clearwater feli felicitates
citates felicitates itself upon having as its
guests this week the members of the
ball team of Ocala and a number of
In addition to the clean, healthy
sport furnished by the fine games of
ball, and the various amusements and
pleasures provided for the evenings,
the Clearwater people are enjoying to
the fullest extent the coming into
more intimate social acquaintance
with the members of the visiting
team and the friends who came with
May every moment of their stay be
a happy moment, and when they re return
turn return to their homes may each one take
with them as pleasant recollections of
their visit here as the Clearwater
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
FOR GERMANY TO CAUSE FURTHER LOSS OF
AMERICAN FIVES OK
Washington, July 21. The United
States has decided to inform Ger Germany
many Germany that further loss of American
lives by German submarine attacks,
in contravention of the principles of
international law, will be regarded as
an unfriendly act. The discussion of
principles is virtually ended. Amer America
ica America will now warn Germany of the
SUBMITS OFFICIAL FIGURES TO
Editor Star: I notice in publishing
part of the city council's proceedings
of last night, in this morning's Ban Banner,
ner, Banner, the following appears:
"Mr. Meffcrt said that when the
new council went into office it was
confronted with an indebtedness of
$18,000, and that the same had been
"Mr. Roess replied that Mr. Mef-
fert's statement was exceedingly mis
leading, as the indebtedness he re referred
ferred referred to consisted of one fund owing
another fund, which could scarcely be
described as an indebtedness. That
the real indebtedness on January 1st
was something less than $8,000."
The above was brought under a
general discussion about fixing the j
millage for the year 1915 taxes and
Accounts Payable Dec. 31, 1914,
Invoices entered in warrant register
Nos. 32,G89 to 32,901, inclusive.
Invoices Not Entered in Warrant
Standard Oil Co
Twombley and Henney
Atlantic Coast Line Ry
Thomson Meter Co'
Marion Hardware Co
Marion Hardware Co
Florida Electric Co
E. E. Converse
Wm. C. Robinson & Co
J. O. Dekle t
John Dozier Co
Mclver & MacKay
Mulberry Explosives & Sup. Co
Ocala Iron Works
Western Electric Co
Gulf Refining Co
Quaker City Rubber Co
Ocala Iron Works
Westinghouse Electric Co.
Western Union Telegraph Co
Atlantic Coast Line Ry. Co
W. F. Ballinger
Seaboard Air Line Ry. Co
Ocala Telephone Co
Merrill Stevens Co
White Star Line
H. W. Tucker
J. B. McCrary (balance)
Floating Debt Descriptive List of
Sept. 15, 1914, Munroe and Chambliss
Sept. 18, 1914, Ocala National Bank,
Sept. 5, 1914, Commercial Bank, due
team brought from its recent visit to
Ocala. No better wish can be made
Report of Monday's Game
The first of the games of this
week's series between Ocala ar.d
Clearwater on the local grounds took
place yesterday and proved to be one
of the lest games of ball seen in
Clearwater in many a day.
In the beginning Ocala's ill luck of
week before last began to cling like
a brother, enabling Clearwater to
make three runs in the first inning
and two runs in the second. There
interpretation it places on future
tiansgression of American rights
The note assumes Germany admits
the principle that passengers be. re
moved before an unresisting vessel is
destroyed; therefore, the United
States thinks it incumbent on Ger
many to make its practice conform.
The action the United States will
subsequently take is not indicated.
BACK UP HIS
not -intended as part of the proceed proceed-ings
ings proceed-ings of the meeting, neither for pub publicity,
licity, publicity, or to be embodied in the min minutes.
utes. minutes. As I am quoted, "my statement be being
ing being exceedingly misleading," I sub submit
mit submit herewith copy of the American
Audit Company's report, which will
show how exceedingly misleading my
statement was; to be exact, I said
that the city's indebtedness on Jan.
1st, 1915, was a little less than $18, $18,-000.
000. $18,-000. 1 further wish to say that I have
never contracted the habit of making
misleading statements in public and
especially in the capacity of president
of the city council. J. M. Meffert.
Applicable to Following Funds
General Electric Water
IKni "orKs lotai
.$1,271.03 $1,778.85 $ G73J5 $r,,723.S3
3 1 .93 3 1 .93
$5,303.58 $1,597.32 $2,991.05
Unpaid Notes. December 31, 1911
Bank, due Dec. 5, 1914 $1,500.00
due Feb. 3, 1915 1,500.00
Feb. 3, 1915 2,000.00
after, however, Ocala was able to
shake off its ill fortune, and Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater didn't even get a look-in tho
there was fine playing by loth teams.
Ocala failed to score until the
sixth inning when one run was made.
The visitors scored again in the eighth
ir.r.ing which gave a result in favor
of Clearwater 5; Ocala 2.
NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
If you want to purchase a new au automobile
tomobile automobile on ea.?y payment?, get the
information by addressing Rov 104,
Ocala, Fla. 0-1 9-1 2t
Bullets and Brickbats Flew at
New York, July 21. There has
been serious rioting at the plant of
the Standard Oil Company of New
Jersey at Bayonne, where a strike is
on. A mob encountered the guards.
Three rioters were sho t -after the
guards had been pelted with brick
bats and other missiles.
STRIKE LEADERS CLAIM ALL
MEN WILL BE OUT
Bridgeport, July 21, The labor
leaders claim that pickets at the
Remington arms plant stopped eighty
mechanics going to work this morn
ing. This they claim makes a total
of 250 strikers, and predict a com
plete tie up by Saturday.
The manufacturers assert that only.
28 struck yesterday, instead of 75, as
labor leaders claimed.
New York, July 21, 1:30 p. m.
Rioting was resumed this afternoon.
The Bayonne police chief said 5,000
persons attacked the plant of the
Standard Oil Company. One rioter
was killed. Fifty policemen and
rioters have been taken to the hos
pitals, wounded. The strikers expected
the workmen at the Tidewater Oil
Company's plant adjoining to strike.
Instead, .all went to work. This en enraged
raged enraged the crowd which had gathered.
and the attack began. Several police
men outside the plant bore the brunt
of the first attack. They were struck
by stones and shots were fired at the
police. The police were ordered to
fire a volley over the heads of the
crowd, which did no good; then they
were ordered to fire low. Two men
wounded in the legs and one in the
right arm were taken to the hospital
as a result of the first attack. The
police believe others were hurt.
HIT 'EM HEAVY
Fifty alleged rioters and three
policemen taken to the hospitals were
injured in the fight at the Tidewater
company's plant. The rioters smash smashed
ed smashed the winiows of the fire engine
THE WABASH RAILROAD
Will Follow Sale for a Fraction of Its
St. Louis, July 21. The Wabash
railroad has been sold for $18,000,000
to a joint reorganization committee of
creditors to satisfy a $41,000,000
A WAY OUT
A Resident of Ocala Shows the Way
There's one effective way to reliev
Liniment and" plasters may relieve
But they seldom reach the cause.
Backache is cause to suspect the
Ocala people back them up. Read
a case of it.
L. C. Pafford, carpenter, 29 E.
Monroe St., Ocala, sajs: "Last
spring I had a bad case of backache.
I coulln't straighten up after I once
stoope.l rvrr, unless I took holl of
something for suport. Often I could
see dark spots floating in front of
mc and sometimes everything before
mo became black. druggist recom recommended
mended recommended DoaiT Kidney Pills to me.
saving that he had nothing letter in
the storp. so I eot a box and began
us'ng tlom. I could 5e their pocd
efforts from the first few doses and
one box cured me
Price 50e, at all dealers. Don't
simply ik for a kidney remedy
?et Doan s Kidney I'll! the same
Hit Mr. Pafford had. Foster-Mil burn
Co. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 9.
MAY AIL BE OUT BY DID OF
ALL MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL
PRESENT AND BUSY ON
Ocala's city council is making quite
a record for itself of late in that all
members are usually in neir places
when the roll is called. At last
night's session all were on hand.
After reading and approval of min minutes
utes minutes of previous meeting, Chairman
Meffert asked if any citizen desired
to address the body, when Mr. W. T.
Cam of the Ocala Seed Store asked
for permission to erect an awning on
the north side of the Gary building
on Oklawaha avenue. Referred to
the building committee with power
Mr. A. T. Thomas appeared for
the Woodmar Sand & Stone Co. in re regard
gard regard to the account of his company,
and was informed that the matter
would be taken up later.
Mr. James Moorhead asked that a
deed be made him to the city prop property
erty property on the Blitchton road as per ar arrangements
rangements arrangements made some time ago.
The city attorney was instructed to
draw a deed in favor of Mr. Moor Moorhead
head Moorhead and deliver same on payment of
$200, the price agreed upon in the
Clerk was authorized to have noti notification
fication notification cards printed for the light
and water departments.
A communication from Twombley
& Henny asking that the balance of
contract price be paid them for work
on drafting sewerage plans. Clerk
was instructed to write them that as
soon as bond funds were available
same would "be attended to.
A communication was read from
Mr. R. T. Adams, owner of the Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel, asking that the
city test his water meter, as for the
month of June the rental had almost
doubled over previous months, while
the use of water at thi3 period did
not justify such advance. Referred
to the light and water committee
with power to act.
A communication from Mrs. Rowe
was read, objecting to the opening of
S. Tenth street x.s proposed at a for former
mer former meeting. This matter had been
referred to the street committee, who
asked that they be given further
time for consideration of same. This
was granted with the request that the
committee make recommendation for
disposition of the matter as soon as
Bid of Mr. P. D. O'Dell to put roof
on one of the city's rotages on the
water works property for $18.50, was
referred to the building committee
with power to act.
Two applications for building per permits
mits permits from Dr. W. P. Wilson and Dr.
L. R. Hampton were referred to the
building committee with power to .act.
These permits contemplate the erec erection
tion erection of iron buildings on West Broad Broadway.
way. Broadway. Upon recommendation of the chief
of the fire department the fire com committee
mittee committee was authorized to have new
roof put on the stable of the Osceo Osceola
la Osceola street station.
The lond trustees reported that
they had anared for th2 rate of
$100,000 sewef bonds and $55,000 wa wa-.3r
.3r wa-.3r vr-r!: !;o-.1. to the Commercial
Bank. The report after being read
was deferred until" ne:;t Tur'ay
night, at which tim2 a rr-ecial meet meeting
ing meeting will l.c held for it? confide: ation.
Some qucrticn hs b?tn rr.L?rl as
o the tegr.Hty rf th.2 rale of these
tonds to the bank on account cf Mr.
HrlJ, one cf the Lcr.d trustees, being
a stockholder and director in said
The oidir.ar.ee introduced some
(Con-luded on Fourth Pae)
OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, JULY 21. 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
One year, in advance $5.00 One year, in advance
in advance 2.50 Six months, in advance
a.A. v. . net
1.25 Three montns, in aavance....
One month, in advance .80
Three months, in advance....
One month, in advance .50
We may confidently expect a pic picture
ture picture of Creen, framed in a laurel
wreath, on the cover page of the next
Tom Watson magazine.
According to the reports from
Clearwater, the people are turning
out in force to see the ball games. An
example to Ocala, where the atten
dance is always small in proportion to
the size of the city.
Winter Haven's new school build build-ini?
ini? build-ini? will be constructed of Georgia
red brick and the fact is displayed in
bold face type. What was that we
heard about "buying at home?"
Unable to get blood out of a tur turnip,
nip, turnip, we have to look elsewhere for the
blood. Clearwater Sun
FOR THE FARMERS
In view of the big corn crops now
being raised in Florida, the following
from the Times-Union is timely:
Shock the Com
Commenting favorably on an edi editorial
torial editorial in last Tuesday's issue in which
we endeavored to show the loss to the
farmer incurred through fodder pull
ing, a correspondent asks us to pre
cent tnA arguments in favor of a
much more profitable practice, shock
iner corn, saying:
I write to suggest to you that while
damning fodder pulling it would be an
excellent thing if you wrote an arti article
cle article at this time giving instructions
on a system giving the same results
as fodder pulling, only at a greater
profit and without the least injury to
There is plenty of brick material th ear corn 1 reier to "nocKing e
. r icnrn anout lc ii or miccn wo. v o
in Florida. The walls oi tne fctar oi- pulHng time. t ieam that
fice are built of Florida brick, and shocking is rarely practiced in this
they are the most solid in town. northern part of Florida, although it
may be in some other parts of the
' Older residents of Ocala H deep- J k? IhSS
ly regret to hear of the death of Mr. geen shocking carried out in South
Arthur Weaver at his home in Miami. Africa and the northern part of
Mr. Weaver was a resident of Ocala South America by cattle men exten-
ir. sivelv and with excellent economical
twenty years ago and was a prom i- anf h you wii, find time to
nent figure in the business and social giye ug thg article soon so that it
life of the city. He and his wife could be practiced by cattle men in
(formerly Miss Sadie Banks) remov- this state this season. I intend
ed to Miami When that dty bega to shock, SSJS.
home the. All th7 friends of Mrs. The feeding of "pulled" corn leaves
R;fpr f Mr. S. M. to live stock is compared by Prof. C.
t a xf.c, a a w,Wr f K. McQuarrie, of the farmers' co-
vs. i 0thi dPnlv with operative demonstration work, to the
her and her children in their great Living of candy to human, beings.
, n The animals relish it, but it does
J them about as much permanent good
as the candy does the child. Its value
is rather that of a condiment, but the
ear has been robbed of considerable
The Star has received the follow
"Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Purnell
Wilson request the honor of your
nresence at the marriage of their
daughter Jessie Granatle, to Mr. Clar-
ence Traylor Johnson, on eaneua
afternoon, August the fourth, at
three o'clock, Methodist Episcopal
church. South, Lake Butler, Florida."
Miss Wilson is the youngest dauirh- J
ter of that good Marion county citi-
f T" ttT! 1 .1- -v 11', c- y-v
zen, ur. v. x ntn, uu ncu
many years and did so much good
work at Reddick, removing a few-
years ago to Lake Butler. Miss Wil-j-on
finished her education in the
Ocala high school, graduating in
111 1, since which time she has been
a teacher in the public schools. She
is a lovely young lady, and one of the
Star's personal friends. We wish for
her a life full of happiness, and con congratulate
gratulate congratulate Mr. Johnson on his good
r Br ROY' L,. A1C CARDBLL
Copyright. ID 15. by Hoy L.. McCardcll
A novelization of the photo play selected a-s trc best in over 19.C00 sub submitted
mitted submitted to the scenario department of the Chicago Tribune in a $10. COO prize
contest during December and January. The manuscripts in this competition
came from many sections in the United States and Canada. Authors of note
as well as thousands of amateurs took part.
IS MOVV' GOING ON
LET THE PRICES TALK
FROM MRS. MOORHEAD
TO THE CLUB C.1RLS
That Williston editor who has come
to grips with Benjamin of the Ocala
a . U J 11 4-a r 4-4- cm
lT wou.a ... va,ues than the ,eayes
t, to the crops good roads and The analysis of corn
leaves shows but three per cent of
protein and six or seven per cent of
j carbonhydrates. Contrast this with
the analysis of beggarweed, to take
nil examnle from amoner the most
other useful but unexciting themes.
He seems to be badly outclassed in
his tilt against the keen and merci merciless
less merciless lance of the Star man. Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Telegram.
J??- L:Zr highly valuable of the forage plants
. T-6.. , i.it, I Beggarweed analyses: Protein 16 to
Courier. If its abuse and untruth "iife ro rn
. nonn 19 per cent; carbonhydrates, 52 to CO
'ally, we would never notice it, but it peLcent
is in position to mislead a few badly
informed people; and for that reason
My dear Club Girls: This year
club girls will make an exhibit at the
fall contest. The work on the tenth-
acre plot and the tomato exhibit will
determine the first prize winner, but
prizes will be offered for the best
vegetable exhibit. Only products in
the following list will be counted. To
mato exhibit open to all club mem
2 qt. glass jars canned fruit.
2 eight oz. bottles tomato catsup.
2 12 oz. jars tomato pickle (sweet
2 cans tomatoes canned in tin.
2 8 oz. bottles chili sauce.
Fruit exhibit open to all girls over
C 12 oz. jars fig preserves.
G 12 oz. jars orange marmalade.
C glasses sour orange jelly.
C qt. jars canned fruit (one kind)
G pt. jars watermelon rind pre
serves or peach pickle.
If you wish to enter the fruit con
test and cannot procure all fruits on
the list, consult me about making
Your mothers and friends are urg urged
ed urged to exhibit products and prizes will
bevoffered to adults not club mem members.
bers. members. I hope all products exhibited will
be in uniform containers, and all
have the clear white glass topped
jars, and grip top jelly glasses.
The Marion Hardware Co. has this
special glassware in stock, ordered
especially for club work. Others are
invited to take advantage of the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to obtain pretty glassware
for exhibit work. Make your selec selections
tions selections early so that more can be or ordered
dered ordered if necessary.
Yours very truly,
Carolina II. Moorhead, Agent.
$10,000 For 1,000
Words or Less
For an Idea For a Sequel (o
The American Film Manufac Manufacturing
turing Manufacturing Company's Picturized
Romantic Novel In Chapters.
This contest is open to any man.
woman or child who is not connected,
directly or indirectly, with the Film
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ing publishing the continued story. No literary
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You are advised to see the continued
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to 1,000 tuortU or less. It is
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only we notice its ravings.
Every business man in Ocala will
appreciate the following from Walt
Mason: "The business man is tired,
When corn is shocked some
days or two weeks later than the
time when the plant would have been
robbed of its leaves by those who fol
low this ruinous fodder pulling prac practice,
tice, practice, the ear is nearer maturity, the
juices in the stalk are sufficiently
elaborated, and the whole plant in
with tears his eyes are dim; the rest good condition to mature further in
he's long desired is still sidestepping ghoc gap hag had time to
him. His weariness has grown to be The ear now richer in food
a public wheeze. Grief marks him for elements for the time the whole piant
its own, ana win not give, mm ks been allowed to stand unmutilat-
For all hat-passers beg a chance to
rum him down, and deftly pull his leg
for koDeck. yen and crown. Ts there
ed in the row, is protected from the
sun and rain while it is maturing;
provided the shock i3 well made. The
a scheme on deck to paint the railway lalue of tfce whole plantthe stalk
rnclrs? TTw merchant's shanelv neck I . u
ana leaves as ioaaer is very mucii
tracks? The merchant's shapely neck
is first to feel the ax. Is there a kind
ly plan to send the poor some ducks?
greater than that of the leaves alone,
if the latter had been pulled, and the
me weary ousiness man must cougn f -jnened iuices. The
up seven bucks. Is there a project llue q the earg &g food cr feedf is
Kiop tr crilA fb villflCA miTYin ? The I . i i
b I very much greater man u it naa nau
business man must dig his savings in nothing but crude sap to draw upon
a lump, r or every cneenui iane ue- uQ iM,7DC
off until the time when the ear itself
was plucked from the stalk.
The shocks should be composed of
vised by Jack or Jill, the business
man must take some roubles from his
till. The hobos in the jail must have a
Christmas tree;' oh, merchant, hand from 150 to 200 gtalks each This will
the kale be generous and free! A
widow needs a pup, to keep the
tramps away; oh, merchant, loosen
make a shock of about four feet
diameter. It should not be so large
as to prevent thorough ventilation. It
PINE, ISLAND PICNIC
SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAP CHAPTERS.
TERS. CHAPTERS. A bitter feud exists between Colonel Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Stanley and his cousin. Judge Lamar
Stanley, wealthy Virginia aristocrats. Tho
feud has been engendered In family Jeal Jealousy
ousy Jealousy for the possession of an heirloom
known as the diamond from the sky.
found by a noble adventurer ancestor In
fallen meteor. The feud Is further
augmented by the fact that the death of
noble kinsman In England makes tho
firstborn male of tho elder branch of the
Virginia Stanleys heir to the Stanley
earldom In Warwickshire, a3 weU as pos
sessor of the diamond from the sky.
Judge Lamar Stanley has a son. the pre
sumptive heir to both these coveted hon honors.
ors. honors. But a child Is about to be born to
the fair young wife of Colonel Stanley.
When tho child Is born and proves to be
a girl and Its mother dies Colonel Stanley
In chagrin and disappointment and aided
by the doctor and the nurse buys a new
born gypsy male child from Its unnatural
and money greedy father. In so doing
Colonel Stanley and those assisting him
to cheat his enemy cousin's ambitious
hopes have believed the gypsy mother has
consented to tho secret transaction. But
Ilagar. tho mother, tlnds her way to Stan
ley hall to denounce her greedy and bru
tal husband and secure again her beloved
firstborn. She arrives Just as the supposi supposititious
titious supposititious heir Is being verified according to
the Stanley custom by tho Kngllsh law
yer representing the Earl of Stanley and
Judge Lamar Stanley, the colonel's ene
my and father of the boy who Is thus be
ing deprived of a title and the diamond
from the sky.
There will be a picnic at Pine Isl
and, about half a mile west of Romeo,
at a point near the old Shipp place, on
hursday, 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
freshments will be served by Mr. J.
T. Hutchins. Respectfully,
W. O. Brewer.
J. T. Hutchins,
J. B. McGehee,
J. B. Dean,
W. II. Markham,
J. D. Wiggins,
L. II. Hiers,
T. F. Morgan,
J. L. Starling,
General Picnic Committee.
COME TO THE SUNSHINE CITY
Tho Queen of the Gypsies.
S Colonel Stanley fell uncon
scious across the library table
Matt Harding silently closed
the library door from the out
side.- His risht hand closed tightly
over tho mouth of Ilapar, preventing
the weak and anguished mother from
making an outcry, as before her eyes.
Atlanta mobites ought
Creen a floral tribute.
up,4be imerai toaayi a gooa eiectnc should be so built as to be easiiy tied
fan the county poorhouse neeas; on, possible, therebv mak
... in I o r x
sad-eyea business man sneu out a it watGmroof so that it will
dozen seeds! The business man must ghed rain Those who have not been
fall for every such demand, his back t d t shockine their corn
against the wall, his checkbook m his m t further information if they
hand! Mociro hotter Hrttirms hv nddrpss
ing C. K. McQuarrie, state agent, F
An Ocala news item tells of one c. D. W., Gainesville.
7ftn.iprA farm m Marion county in
which Che corn yield this season av
eraged 125 bushels to the acre. That
beats all records that we have heard
of and we doubt if Illinois or Iowa
or any of the other great corn states
could make such a showing as that.
The corn crop in Florida this year is
immense and it is hard to understand
why a bushel of that grain should
ever need to be imported into the
state. The people of Florida are just
beginning to discover their own
state, and it is unfortunately true
that a good many of them of the
knocker variety, or of the Ancient
Order of the Sons of Rest haven't
even made a beginning. Lakeland
If the farmers of Florida would
make corn their staple crop, and let
truck take its place as a side line,
theywould soon be so much better off
that they wouldn't know themselves
Corn doesn't ever have to rot in the
fifdrU hAcanse the commission men
won't buy it or the railroads won'
haul it. What a farmer can't eat or
sell he can turn into meat. Many
years ago, we lived in a section of the
country where corn was plentiful and
dollars were few. Corn passed as cur
rency, and tho the people had few
luxuries, they were self-supporting,
and -far more independent than the
average Florida farmer of today.
Very frequently, the way of
transgressor is rubber-tired.
Tom Watson probably will claim
that the hand of Creen was the hand
Bet each candidate for senator
wishes he could feel as sure of elec
tion as Will Knott.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
L C. Jordan X Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
If you want to keep cool and take a
plunge in the bay. You will find good
rooms and board at $5 per week at
826 Central avenue, St. Petersburg,
Fla. Mrs. L. P. Butler. 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 Wrestern points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
II. C. AVERY, AGENT
f 4 -rr" f
- .mi j
, - v: y
I Dr. Leo. stni.liu closer to the colo-
i nc-i, sjr:inz at once to t!i aid of hi
friend ni-A with nil UU skill sought t
! revive tin- f'.rl :-:t man.
Down the h-iil to the prcnt oieii
dr.Hjrway Matt Harding lore hi ftru ftru-jrlinrr.
jrlinrr. ftru-jrlinrr. sl.eii'-eil i'o. TI;e bank notes
! in his bosom, th i-ike of the sale 'f
hi- own fleh aii'l Lljd, rustleil as be
struprlcd with the frenzicnl, half stran stran-gled
gled stran-gled linear. Dy the shc-cr force of
his brutal strentrth the jryp.y draqe!
the woman to the little co;e where
thclrmieacr camp was pItcheL Here
he bound her with rope.- to the seat of
the van. patr-rod her with his neck
kerchief, hitched his horses and drove
oCf toward the dawn.
In the Hbrarv the ministrations of
Dr. Lee had levived Colonel Stanley
"Drace jourselfl" the doctor whisper whispered.
ed. whispered. "Remember, your heart, will not
stand much of this!"
'I am all rteht now." said Colonel
Stanley, moistening his lips. "You.
doctor, will certify that this Is a male
child born heir to the Stanley estates,
and I will attest that he is my son.
heir at my death to the diamond from
the sky and also heir to the earldom
of Stanley at the death of the present
The English lawyer fumbled In his
green bag and produced the already
drawn up document of attestation.
Witu a firm hand, but giving the colo
nel a sad but searching glance as he
did so. Dr. Loe signed the paper as
physician In attendance at the birth.
The colonel slcned as father or "Ar
thur Stanley 2d of Stanley hall. Vlr
ginia." .And then It was the turn of
Judge Stanley to sign as next of kin.
For a minute he faltered, a look of bit
ter hatred on his saturnine counte
nance, and then he affixed his signa signature
ture signature and threw down the pen with a
bitter curse for what ho did. A mock
Ing smllo played upon the face of Colo
nel Stanley. For one brief moment he
forgot the flower face of the beloved
dead woman nptnirs. For one brief
moment he forgot the girl child born
of their deep love, whose birthright
had been taken away In the fulfillment
of his hate for his disappointed and
A few brief and stilted farewells and
perfunctory congratulations ensued be between
tween between the still embarrassed English
lawyer, Marmaduke Smythc, and the
colonel and the doctor. There was
some evil brooding In the air, and the
aura of hate was felt by the English
man of law.
"It Is only a veneer of civilization
thnt thinly covers these crude Yankees
In these wild parts," said the English
lawyer to himself as he awkwardly
mounted his horse In the moonlight
outside Stanley hall and rode down the
darkened lanes behind the gloomy
Judge. "They Jolly well would toma tomahawk
hawk tomahawk and burn each other at the stake
if they had opportunity," he added to
himself. T shall start back to London
tomorrow if I can and deuced glad
Uneventfully three years went their
round. The supiosititious heir at
Stanley hall grew to be a sturdy little
boy of Inndsomo appearance, but of
violent and ungovernable temper even
as a child.
On the little girl. Esther, reared In
secrecy In a closed chain Ver in th?
great h'use nud ministered to only by
the silent and faithful Mammy Lucy,
the colonel l.ivl. lied an 1 outpoured the
great and growing love and affection
of his invalided and agiii'r years. For
already the hand of death was plain
Ujon him ai: 1 every day he rode to the
' loss upon the grave of h!- deid wife
m l prayol that he might sot? her face
to face :m:1 be forgiven in the great
tendon: ess of the love they had lxirne
each oth. r in life, for the wrong he
hal d'-ne their child.
The fear of the cohnel that the wild
gypsy M.m.,1 in the p-.tatlve heir might
!ri:;g him to courses that would dis disgrace
grace disgrace tho Stanley nauir preyed upon
And olonel ilrew i:p a do -u-
::ent. whii h lie se'Utcly -Mled and
p1a: e l among his pa; rs. I'pori the
oi'ii!.. Ii- y,i!Mrsvrib.Hl it: "To 1k
opened in ae ray son. Arthur Stan
ley d. ever does anything to di-grace
the Stanley name." This d-K-mnent he
left by his will in the care of Dr. Hen
ry Lee, should the physician survive
him, as his executor. Then, too, the
colonel realized that he could not long
hope to rear his leIoveJ little daugh daughter
ter daughter like a Mower In the dark secretly
at Stanley haJL He was arranging
with the kindly old widower friend
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
in this sale at
Men's 50c Belts in
Men's 25c Belts in
this sale at
Men's 50c Suspend
ers inhis sale
Men's 25c Suspcnd-1 Qp
ers in this sale lou
Men's 15c Suspend-1 fjp
ers at lUu
Men's 50c Night
We have reduced all of
our new siraw nais,
the $1.50 to
$3 grades to
Other Straw Hats nff
as low as OUu
Men's and Boy's
Silk & Straw Hats
50c Elastic Seam
Men's 2-piece Bath-) Qp
ing Suits at
All of our Mens Felt
Hats have been re reduced,
duced, reduced, some hats that
sold as low as QQn
$2 for only 30U
$3.00 Grades can now
be bought for CI QK
Every thing in this
Sale will be sold for
Cash. Nothing will
be charged to anyone.
118 HAND-TAILORED SUITS
$18 Suits, strictly hand tailored, several (Til QC
styles all wool 4Ii.Uvi
$15 Suits, hand tailored, assorted materiais(Q QC
stitched fronts at 4U.ud
$12.50 Suits, all wool, assorted styles and
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.
(Continued on Third Tage)
t For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Vonr Order will have
! J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak'g Wagoc Shop.
Good Old Doctor Lee.
lK?fore the door closed on the scene,
she lehe!d her boy, her first born, ar
rayed In fine linen, a great jewel glow glow-in?
in? glow-in? on his little breast, the center of
some strange aristocratic rite or cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. So silent had been the struggle In the
hall that, while the keen cars of Judge
Stanley had heard a rustle and a gasp,
his attention had been so taken up
with the anguish on the face of his
i kinsman enemy. Colonel Stanley, as
the colonel tottered and fell face for forward
ward forward ou the table, that the Judge had
hardly heeded these flight extraneous
; As for Marmaduke Smytlie, the timid
and bewildered English representative
of the Carl of Stanley, he. like tho
judge, was facing the swooning colo colonel
nel colonel and also was unaware of the silent
struggle In the hallway the struggle
that had caused Colonel Stanley t-
swoon, for the colonel saw In his
mind's eye the baring of his plot, his
own disgrace at undertaking It and,
worst of all, the triumph of his enemy
Like a stoic Mammy Lucy, holding
the false heir, had never stirred or j
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.
Ocala Gas Company
One big lot Men's OCri
One big lot Men's 1Cr
25c Ties at
Better 50c ties to
Paris or Boston
10c Grades assort- "7v
ed colors at only v
15c Grades assort- Iflp
ed colors at lUv
25c Grades assort- 1 Op
ed colors at I OU
50c Grades assort assort--
- assort-- ed colors at
$1.50 Dress' C1 flfl
shirts at 4I.UU
$1 Dress Shirts,
75c Dress Shirts
50c Dress Shirts
The above includes all
styles softand laundered
All 50c Athletic Under Under-wear,
wear, Under-wear, including B. V.
D. and other best
makes will go
at, per garment
T.Ien's $1 Union
50c grades Balbrig-0"7p
, gan underwear O 1 u
25c grades, Men's IQp
Underwear at IviU
Special lot Men's 2-piece
Bathing Suits to 1 Qp
Heavy 50c Work OQp
Shirts at. Oub
Light Blue Cham- OQp
bray Work shirts vJU
$1 Overalls, Head-OOp
light, and others vc.b
75c Overalls, as- COp
50c Overalls, only
a few left
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 BEACH cloth
Suits all this season." Our prices have been $6.50, $7 and $7.50
You can now have your choice of various styles and materials at
ALTERATIONS MADE FREE
F M A MM'
Advertise in the Star.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.
VEGETABLES. MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open r.lrt
-nd tlzy. Merchant's Cafe. t?
OCA LA EVLM.NG STAR, V EDXESD A Y, JULY 21, 1913
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IP. is t
THE SECOND COMMANDMENT
One of a series of three-act dramas based on one of the
mandments, featuring Dorothy Bernard, Guy Coombs
Neilson an all-star Kalem cast.
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I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS !!
. (If you have any items for this ck-r.-artrr.ent,
call 'phone ICC)
(Continued from Fage Two)
Vitagraph Comedy, featuring Doothcy Kelly, James
I'ATHE NEWS No. 50
From 3:3 Oto 10:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS
ciioii in rnces
Effective JULY 19th
One Quality Only The Best
Get Reduced Prices
DON'T ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE
There Is No
It has this Label. Accept No Other.
. J- "J rruinur
' Rich as Butter-Sweet as a Nut"
Chocolate CARTER'S Golden
Rasin "delicious- Silver
Pound CAKES Pineapple
"Butter-Nut" Bread and "Delicious" Cakes are made only at
N. MAIN STREET
Thought for the Da
There s a booe for rr.e and there s a
hope for you,
Behind the cloud the sky's .-till Hi:?;
Behind our cros.-es we are told
Awaits our crown of glittering goM.
Oh, heart, be glad and heart be true.
There's a hope, sweet hnpe, for rr.e
and you. I. S. T.
Notice to Eastern Stars
The Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet Thursday afternoon instead of
Wednesday with Mrs. J. B. Wtbb at
Kendrick. Those desiring to go will
meet at the home of C. E. Simmons
at 3 p. m.
MciTert for the two
St. i'vur.-'.t:-- Times.
OCALA FBATERHAL ORDERS :
OBDEIi OF EASTERN STAR
Oca! a Chapter, No. 2i, O. E.
meets at o .- hail the -o.-.j:. i
xourtn iii irsiay evenings or
aionth a: T.":o o'clock.
Mrs. Emily WeLi V,
Mrs. Lillian Si rami- Sec'v
DON'T ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE
CAPITAL STOCK -$50,000.00.
Stafe, County and City Depository.
Must Fnclose Chicken?
Chickens may not run at large in
St. Petersburg under the new sani sanitary
tary sanitary ordinance which has been pass passed
ed passed on its first reading by the city
commission. Running at large of
chickens and other fowls is declared a
nuisance and the person who permits
the fowl to roam over the neighbors'
yards is liable to a fine. The law says
that any person raising chickens in inside
side inside the city must keep them in an en enclosure
closure enclosure that prevents their escape.
Let us hope that this will .soon be become
come become a law in this city, and when it
does Ocala will easily be the city
beautiful of Central Florida, for verily
our neighbors have not neglected to
"plant the hen."
Mrs. M. Fishel returned this morn morning
ing morning from a delightful week's visit to
her sister, Mrs. Charles Rheinauer,
who is summering at North' Lake
Mr. Frederick Hocker left on the
early morning train for Elizabeth Elizabeth-town,
town, Elizabeth-town, Ky., to join his wife and littlo
daughter who are summering at the
home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs.
Montgomery. Mr. Hocker expects to
be away until about the first of Au August.
gust. August. Master William Hall is greatly im improved
proved improved today from the effects of a
fall yesterday from a watermelon
wagon which resulted Jn the fractur fracturing
ing fracturing of an arm.
Miss Margaret Taylor left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon on the limited for an extensive
trip through the west. She will be
away for several months and return
by the way of the Canadian Rockies.
Mr. John Shacklette is the guest of
Mr. W. D. Gray at his home in Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, en route to St. Petersburg. Mr.
Shacklette is the grand-nephew of
Mrs. E. L. Carney and has just con concluded
cluded concluded a delightful visit at Lake
Weir with his cousin, Mr. James Hill.
m m m
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Green will en entertain
tertain entertain at a lovely informal party on
next Tuesday evening in compliment
to their son, Mr. Alfred Green, who
has just returned from school in Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, and Miss May Hall of St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, the vivacious and charming
guest of Miss Mabel Meffert.
Mrs. T. S. Trantham returned to
Lake Weir this afternoon after an
over night visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. B. Bullock.
Mrs. E. A. Osborne has as her
guest Mrs. W. E. McArthur of Mont Mont-brook.
brook. Mont-brook. Mr. and Mrs. McArthur
motored over yesterday afternoon
and this morning Mr. Osborne and
Mr. McArthur left for a trip in their
machine through the southern portion
of the state. They expect to be away
m m m
Mrs. Arthur Masters and small
daughter Claire, are spending a few
weeks pleasantly with Mrs. Masters'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mixon of
Williston. Tampa Tribune.
Mrs. J. M. Cellers and children,
who have been visiting relatives and
friends at Palmetto, on the Manatee
river, returned to Orlando yesterday
afternoon. Orlando Sentinel.
Mrs. Sellers was formerly Miss
Nell Lyles of Berlin.
m m m
Mrs. J. M. Sellers and children,
Mrs. Wr. S. Hilands and family left
for Asheville, N. C, this afternoon
to spend the balance of the heated
term. They will be joined in that city
tomorrow by Mr. Hilands, who has
been in Chicago for some time.
The many friends of Miss Beatrice
Williams who has been so desperately)
ill at the Marion County Hospital will
be pleased to learn that she is great greatly
ly greatly improved today and unless unex unexpected
pected unexpected complications arise will soon
be herself again.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Taylor accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs George Townsend ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday from Sanford, making
the trip in an auto, and are the guets
of Mrs. Taylor's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Murphy at Griner Farm, until
Friday, when they will return to
Miss Marie Hulbert returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday evening after a visit of three
t-ordro TtrltVt AT!e A T V i n 1 XfnfT s?
Ocala. Miss May Hall accompanied
her to Ocala where they both spent
several days, Miss Hail leaving a few few-days
days few-days ago for Georgia, to spentl the
rest of the summer ami Miss Hulbert
j returning home. A house party was
OCALA LODGE NO. 2SG, B. l O. E.
L.! i'f- o.
r.ea-. n lent
I'rolH't! vp Orilc of VI Irs mcti
-con an 2 fourth 1i-s i.iv cor.- I lor,
Ir.zs in enc-h month. Vi-stt:: breth brethren
ren brethren al-. -ays weh'orr.i. Club hoase
opposite post ottK-e, east sue
L. II. von Krt
Nel.-o.n Gci-o, Sceittary. At.
relken. E. R.
Tu: .:a Lol-e No. 22. I. O. O. K.,
tiMM t.s ;:. Verge's Mill every Tuesday
evening a: S o'clock. A warm wel wel-orne
orne wel-orne :.l--a:. s extend id to visltinz
brethren. M. M. Little, N G.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.
MAUIfX-lr.X MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the lirst and thir-J
Thursdiy evening' or each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
end confidant. Dr. Leo, that little Es Es-tner
tner Es-tner would be secretly delivered to Lira
nnl the il.xtor could give out the story
It was an orphan relative that he had
adopte-d as his daughter. To this sup-I'A-ed
daughter of his dearest friend
the coU'iitl prp wed t wlil as rnucb
of his ii;eans as would have come to a
f-lrl ept-uly ncknowk-deiL
MenmvLile the unhappy Hagar had
been tme far away by the brutal and
ever watchful Matt Harding.
With Llni a nephew devoted to him,
one Luke Lovi-U, an English gypJ".
aided Matt ia keeping watch and ward
upon Il.igir without knowing or ask asking
ing asking why. And then Matt Harding fell
i:ion evil courses In his Romany prews-l-erlty,
and drink made an end to. him.
linear suet e-edeel to h$ gypsy wealth
and t:yry iower. The king was dead;
live the queen! lib henchman
transfrred hU allegiance from the
dead husband to tho living wife.
In the grim household of Judge La Lamar
mar Lamar Stanley the shadow of cheated
holies and Ml-hted mnbltlon fell heavy
upon the family. The proud and
grasping wife, the cold and taciturn
judge, had one unifying cause in com common;
mon; common; that was that death might strike
WOODMEA IIF THK WOULD
For. Kin Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall at 8 p. m., every
aecouJ and fo li'lh Friday. Visiting
fovere'gns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Oala Lndge No. 10. Convention Convention-held
held Convention-held every Monday at 8 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the Jamea Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. C. B. Howell, C. C.
Ci:ao. K. Sage, K. of R. S. -d
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Orala
Chapter No. 13, It. A. M.. on the
fourth Fridav in every month at
8 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake rtT.vn, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGC F. If. OT A.
Concordia Lo !se, Fraternal Unior
of America, meets in Yongt's Hal Hal-en
en Hal-en the second Thursday evening o'
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 23
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:1)0 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Iena Tompkins, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
LOYAL OR 1 1 Kit OF MOUSE
Ocala LodiTV No. L. O. M.
meets every Thurslay at S:20 p. o
Visiting brethera always welcome ic
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoflioo.
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAUIEUS
PHONES 47, 101, 303
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The Baseball Team
Is Going to Clearwater
but that is no reason you should
not drink the greatest of all
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IN BOTTLES 5 Cents FOUNTAINS
There is Nothing Else Quite so Good.
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works
This is our
Manufactured for the pressing of
Pa!m 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.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-401 South Main SL
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npRY our Fresh Meat It will
I- please yoa Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also fine line of Groceries.
V mm ilnii '"iSSrW iiir i mm iir" jf
Price fully equipped
with 17 new features
The biggest automo automobile
bile automobile value ever offered
fcr less than $1,000.
One of the sweetest
running Roadsters in
Holds the road at
50 miles an hour.
The easiest car to
drive in the world.
The greatest al!
around hill climbing
car in tr.e vrcrld.
With Gray t Davis
electric edf-ct-rter and
electric lights extra
The Aura of Hate Was Felt by the
English Man of Law.
tho lives that lay between their onlj
child that he might possess both the
diamond from the sky and tho Eng English
lish English earldom.
. Such was tho state of affairs when
Hagar and her tribe came back to Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, three years after the death of
tho colonel's wife and the subsUtutlon
of Hagar's child as the heir of Stan Stanley.
ley. Stanley. Leaving her ieople camped at a
distance. Hagar Journeyed to the
neighborhood of Stanley halL and
there, hidden in the shrubbery, with
bursting heart, lebeld her son ride
forth, the petted and pampered, little
master of Stanley hall.
Colonel Stanley, with tho boy, was
riding on his dally pilgrimage to the
cross surmounted grave of his dead
wife. The road led him past the house
of Judge Stanley. Looking from his
window after his enemy and the little
heir of the Stanleys on his pony be beside
side beside tho colonel, the judge was aware
J of a gypsy woman who stalked after
the coluuel aid the boy as swiftly and
as furtively as an Indian tracker. Seiz Seizing
ing Seizing his hat, the judge quietly emerged
from his house and trailed the gypsy
By the gate of the graveyard Hagar
hid panting behind a huge bowlder.
She watched no intently the bare head headed
ed headed figure of the colonel praying by the
grave of hi wife, and she watched still
more attentively and with such a hun hungering
gering hungering heart the little boy upon his
ony by the colonel, that she was not
aware of the presence of the Judge un until
til until his strong hand grasped her wrist
and his harsh voice hisssed In her ear,
"Why do you spy uion them?" To
the startled Hagar the cruel face of
the judge was the face of a well re remembered
membered remembered enemy. Her account of Jus Justice
tice Justice and retribution with Colonel Stan Stanley
ley Stanley was between them alone. She would
have no confidence In or dealing with
.lude Stanley. I'or she knew instinct instinctively
ively instinctively that If he hated the colonel he
equally hated and was prepared to
harm "the colonel's supposed son, her
She did not struggle or attempt to
fr..o hi-rsolf from the crasD of the
Judge. But as the colonel, with the
little 1y, role from the grave toward
the gate she sKpi-ed down beside the
judi-e and hid with him from the ob observation
servation observation of the oncomers, as though
I hit t ii mmr ill i imnTr i 'n i m -r mm --- r n it i r1 f
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Our customers, whose tables
we serve, rest fully assured that
they are getting a square deal
- on weight.
We fill phone orders and cut
neat for children just as ac accurately
curately accurately as though we were
serving our friends in- person.
This business is built on hon honest
est honest weight, high quality of
meat and reasonable prices.
W. H. MARSH'S MARKET
Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocala, Fla.
m y v
filakes Short VIork of Cleaning Out Your Entire
System Acfics and Pains Go Fast.
In S. SL S. Toe Get a Twist on Rheumatism that Settles It.
UanT a rheumatic sufferer has been to
i ho if-iir mi or pl tor a bottle t 8. S. B. an 1
she were an accomplice of the colonel's been handed something claimed to ba
M-pmr "Just as grood." Truly, to a lor Dreaa
... I nnl be dren a stone la etui m practice.
Neither would she speak In answer fj1 fe?rot,led with rheumatism in
t the jui;.e s rapM ure oi ijutauuus i any form be sure to use S. t- t- ana note
! r,M ti.ft .,.'nin.! iin.l little Artnur Iiau I its wonderful Innuence.
, 'i .. ..r .1-1, t Klio-nnVrtPd fl S. S. S. has the peculiar action of soak
';n!;i ti!.j! i.es. And when the Judge
!-. :i i ;:-ins stocklly built mail at work In every artery, vein and tiny
;j ; a I u klH.ard. the constable of capillary.
lHtri t. ni.4 gave her in charge as
IJ. It. CAHUOLL
Agent for Marion County
i w: -i ;i:-rii s mad woman Hagar would
;( 'i : '".l.
"lis. t lil-M. with gruss disregard of
. .. ; j :(! lure, ttie judge, alone la his
: r, ;u- ::i uith his creature, the con con-!
! con-! ... ti;;:Tu;tt( d the silent gyisy wo-
! r .-a t tli ( fv.nty madhouse, with la
I trt-t?ur- t t!a-e in charge, through
j i!h ?i fSi.it when the seemlng-
iy sul ii. ii. ai.e woman ?ioke or was
t n-.uly t sji lie !iuld be sent for.
K.-ery irenbrane, every organ
Iff the cv. ry cn. n.fory wt-umei ia
effect j. ri-te. t n..a:.i t'-e UocJ cf im
pel Uk-s. The stimulating properties oi js.
S. S. comj; lae skin. Iivr, Dowesa,
r.f bladd r to t'.I .ork to fo k en-i
of .astlng out every Irritating, every pain-
ln-.ictnt rorr of tKjf n; it msiouges vy
Irr.'rit.-- &3 ta.la! u In tts J-.r.t.'.
them neutral and scatters those peculiar
formations In the nerve centers that
cause such mystifying and often bafmnf
And best of all this remarkable remedl
Is welcome to the weakest stomach-
you have dru greed yourself until yon
stomach Is nearly taralyxed. you will t
astonished to End that S. S. S. gives no
sensation but cos rlKht to work- This Is
1-ecause it U a pure vegetable Infusion. Is
taken naturally into your blood just cs
pure air 1 I:. haled naturally into your
Get a bottle of S. "S. S. today, and ask I
for S. S. S.
Tou mf y der-r.d viprn I the store
that baIs you what you ask lor is a good
place to trad. Write to th Swift
jJlK-cif-c Co. ztl JJwlit IZZ'J.. Atlir-ia. -M
RASKET I ICNIC AT KLITCIITON .erjbody in.lfcd r.d h;wg wcil filled
I baskets and enjoy a pleasant cay.
OCALA SEED STORE
There will be a Laskct picric at
Bi tchier, ca 11 vrzlz?, July 23th.
There will be sperMnr: by lcaclr.-
irr. n of the county on
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Shorts, Hay and Mc'asses feeds. Got! 1 rc -co verify the Baptist church.
BezLty More Th-in Slixt Dec?
A leau'if-1 vornn always has iroot
dicestion- If vour dierettion is fault
tne IODIC OI I hjniher am s Tr.L::'J! will iln TOt
ct mty division, and refreshments will f.od. Ot UarnU everywhere. Adv.
be sold, the proceeds to go toward I
Ev- Woodmen meet 1 nuay evening.
OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1913
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
A. S. Broward of Jacksonville was
at the Harrington last night.
For plumbiig and electrical work
see II. WT. Tucker. Phone 300 i
I. Peiser and family of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville are at the Harrington.
Norris famous candies never failed
to satisfy. To be had only at the
Court Pharmacy. 6t.
Miss Garnet Bose has returned from
a pleasant visit to friends at Inglis.
You have mosquitos? We have the
chaser. Court Pharmacy. Ct.
Mr. J. R. Hewitt is here from Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, to visit his son George at the
Marion Farms. Mr. Hewitt was in
business here a number of years ago.
Don't fail to ask us about our speci special
al special price on stationery. The Court
Mr. S. L. Manning of Lynne was in
town today, consulting Superinten Superintendent
dent Superintendent Brinson on school affairs.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Mrs. L. M. Brinkley and pretty
baby daughter of Gainesville is the
guest of Mrs. T. C. Carter.
W. K. I jane, M. T. Thyslclan and
Jurgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Xtse
and Throat. Ijiw Library Building.
The Woodmen intend to have a
most pleasant social at their meet meeting
ing meeting Friday evening. All should be
Mr. J. W. Lamar is having consid considerable
erable considerable success in obtaining applica applications
tions applications for membership in the Wood Woodmen.,
men., Woodmen., -He has. so far .secured over a
scoie of names.
Another fresh shipment of Tr'ola
sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.
The Temple program tonight in includes
cludes includes "The Second Commandment,"
one of a series of Kalem dramas
which is awakening" interest all over
the country. There will also be
"Easy Money," a Vitagraph comedy
and the always anxiously loked for
I'athe semi-weekly news film.
Mr. John R. Waterman of El Callao,
South America, is now in New York
City, on his way home to Ocala. He
will stop for a short visit to his
brother, Mr. U. R. Waterman in
Gainesville, Ga., and will then come
to Ocala for a lengthy visit to his
mother, brother, Mr. H. A. Water Waterman
man Waterman and little son and daughter, who
make their home with their grand grandmother.
mother. grandmother. Mr. Waterman is prosper prospering
ing prospering in the gold mining operations he
has been engaged in at El Callao for
the past twelve years or more. As
far as he is away from his home and
people, he manages to pay them a
visit every few years.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Mr. E. P. Thagard, bank examiner,
is in town, attending to business and
greeting his friends.
A full line of loose leaf ledgers,
note books and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Gerig's. tf
Mr. P. T. Randall of Connor, was
among the callers at the Star office
today. He is busy arranging for the
launching Saturday of the yacht
"Josephine," recently completed by
his son, J. W. It has been named for
the mother of the young man, and the
people of Connor are anticipating a
big time at its launching.
W. H. Powell of the Consonidated
Grocery Co. is in town, looking after
F. B. Biddulph, Pat. O'Crowley and
L. C. Greene of Lake City were at
the Harrington last night.
The Star is informed that Mr. W.
B.. McDonald, who has been a resident
of Jacksonville for the past few
years, will return to Ocala in a few
days to take a position with the Ocala
Owing to difficulty in making collections, all coupon books for ice will
be sold for
, Please be prepared to pay for books when ordering them.
Ocafla Ice & Packing Co.
ROLLINS COLLEGE, WINTER PARK
Oldest College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida College, Academy,
. Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Bus Business,
iness, Business, Teachers' Course
Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym gymnasium,
nasium, gymnasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb
new rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical
and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde undenominational;
nominational; undenominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
address, SECRETARY, Winter Park, Fla.
NEW YORK AND RETURN
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals arid stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
Write for schedule and further particulars.
FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
J A El S E3 VD L LE
JULY 26, 1915
GRAND 3-DAY EXCURSION
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
Tickets sold for all regular trains of JULY 2G, 1915.
Children between the ages of 5 and 12 will be sold tickets at One
Half Fare, from all points.
TICKETS LIMITED returning up to and including JULY 29, 1915
Corresponding low rates from all points.
E. M. NORTH, Asst. G. P. A., A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A.,
Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla.
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., J. W. GEROW, T. P. A.,
Tampa, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla.
OUT MEfe V4A,SYvV.
HQVA -TVAS OHE- 5
This report Is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov-
;. Max. Min R.F.
88 72 .24
88 70 .12
91 70 .02
95 72 .24
90 73 .41
... 90 72 .41
94 73 1.23
88 71 .36
92 71 .07
89 72 .20
87 72 .01
; 92 74
; 93 74
: 94 73 .16
; -. 95 73
90 73 1.14
Partly cloudy northwest portion,
probably showers in peninsula tonight
J. P. Roberts, A. P. Spencer, Nor Norris
ris Norris Levis, W. F. McCall, P. D. Pat Patrick,
rick, Patrick, H. M. Hampton and F. M.
Byrne were .Gainesvilleites at the
Mr. Troy Hall went to Jacksonville
on business and No. 10 this morning.
J. L. Emerson, assistant cashier at
the Phifer State Bank, left Thursday
for High Springs,1 where he will spend
his ten days vacation. Gainesville
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured
"About two years ago I had a se severe
vere severe attack of diarrhoea which lasted
for over a week," writes W. C. Jones
Buford, N. D. "I became so weak that
I could not stand upright. A druggist
recommended Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
first dose relieved me and within two
days I was as well as ever." Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
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: 'Tee yest gettln
quainted wlf monkey, not man's."
Study Great Men.
To be Ignorant of the lives of the
most celebrated men of antiquity Is to
continue In a state of childhood all
our days. Plutarch.
Richness of Life.
In our friends the richness of life Is
proved to us by what we have gained;
In the faces in the street the rich richness
ness richness of life is proved to us by a hint
of what we have lost. Browning.
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 6 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 sleep
after the second dose. At five o'clock
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 H. W. Ireland,
Louisville, Ky. Obtainable every-
Belleview, July 21. Last Tuesday
night Mrs. O. M. Gale threw her
home open to the young people of the
B. Y. P. U. society. The evening was
spent very pleasantly in playing
games, etc. Mrs. Gale surprised the
party by serving ice cream and cake.
! Miss Minnie Kilpatrick went to
Ocala one day last week and return returned
ed returned with her sister, Mrs. Ida Maddox,
j who will spend a few weeks with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kilpat
Mr. Lidie Brown and wife have
rooms at Mr. L. Weihe's.
Quite a crowd attended the ex executor's
ecutor's executor's sale at the home of the late
A. Baumgardner Saturday afternoon.
On account of the shortage of money
it was not expected that many would
bid but it turned out that nearly ev every
ery every one that went left with some something
thing something that was put up.
We have always thought of Gyp Gypsies
sies Gypsies a3 a bunch of wayfarers in a
covered wagon and taking life very
leisurely but we were surprised last
week by being visited by Gypsies
traveling in an automobile. They
climbed in and out of the machine
like rats going in a hole.
A pitiful sight was witnessed here
last Thursday about noon. A family
of Belgians consisting of a father,
mother, son and daughter passed
through harnessed to a road cart.
Upon the road cart was placed all
they possessed in the way of worldly
goods. They were going to New
York. They stopped and the father
went over town hunting small jobs
to do to get something to eat. Fail Failing
ing Failing to find anything to do they start started
ed started on their way to Ocala without din dinner.
ner. dinner. They were too proud to beg.
One of our big-hearted women, real realizing
izing realizing their plight, sent them dinner.
The legislature of Florida should pass
acts to put a stop to this thing of
fooling the poor people of the north northern
ern northern states down to Florida by telling
all sorts of stories to get them here
and after the land shark gets the
few hundred dollars they have saved
he leaves them to do the best they
can. isot knowing the conditions oi
the country they are soon in desper desperate
ate desperate straits. We are speaking from
personal experience as well as from
observation. The writer went out
when he first came to the state with
a land shark to look at a piece of
land. The writer asked the agent
what sort of grass it was that he
saw on the, place. The land was lit literally
erally literally covered with it. The agent
said, "Oh, that is one of our native
grasses that ; comes up on the land
when it is left idle. All you have to
do is to turn it with a two-horse plow
and that ends it." The writer pulled
up a few spears of it and it was the
best sample of nut grass he had seen
many days. This is the way they do.
Mrs.-C. M. Winton and children of
Bushnell are on a visit to her father,
Mr. L. Weihe.
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Methodist church, gave a box supper
Friday night-at ;the home of Mr. L.
Weihe to raise funds to pay the gas
bill of the church. ... ...
. A rather amusing, but to the boy
it appeared rather serious, thing
happened last week. Master Joshua
Hett was distributing circulars ad advertising
vertising advertising the Baumgardner sale and
when he went to Summerfield is
where the show took place. Mr. N.
Mayo has a pet monkey and when the
boy was nailing up his papers, not
thinking of the monkey, he (the mon
key) jumped on the boy and pulled
his hair. Hett was taken so by sur-
price he proceeded to defend himself
so he hit at the monkey. This enrag
ed the monkey and a fight took place
at once. When the smoke of the bat battle
tle battle cleared away the monkey was
dead and the boy's finger was badly
chewed up. We glory in the little
fellow's grit to stand his ground as
Miss Pearl Proctor and little broth brother
er brother and sister of Orlando, who have
been on a visit to friends here, left
for their home yesterday.
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Ambition iho .S&ihq
In the expectant mother's mind there
Is no limit to what the future has in store,
and yet daring the pe period
riod period of expectancy,
much depend upon
the physical comfort of
the mother. One of the
best juds Is a remedy
known as 'Mother's
Friend. Applied over
the muscles, it pene penetrates
trates penetrates to the net work
of rervesi relieves the
pains incident to
stretching of cords and
lijnmentx, makes them
pliant, induces daily
comfort, restful nirl.t.
a calm mind and pleasant anticipation. You
use it with your own Land, apply It as seed seeded,
ed, seeded, and at once feel a sense of relief.
Mothers who have learned all this fron.
experience tell of the blessed relief from
morning sickness, trie absence of strain and
the undoubted healthful influence Imparted to
the coming baby.
Get a bottle of this splendid help today.
Fhone your nearest druggist or send for it.
Then write Brad field Regulator Co., 401 La Lamar
mar Lamar Bid?., Atlanta, Ga for a valuable book
of instruction for expectant mothers.
"Mother's Friend" L recommended every everywhere
where everywhere by women who have used it. And yoa
can read some very iatcrcflUnr. letters if yon
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Two six-room cottages
with all modern conveniences; well
located. Apply to Mrs. R. L, Car Carter.
ter. Carter. 19-tf
LOST A. K. A. fraternity pin Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning either on Oklawaha
avenue or down town. Reward offer offered
ed offered by Bunyan Stephens. 17-Gt
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 BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-1 mo.
WANTED ;A party of four to pro
rate an automobile trip expense to
Miami and return. See Jos. W.
l'URE 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
weeks ago fixing the date of maturi maturity
ty maturity of paving certificates passed to
its second and third reading, and was
adopted. It provides that "all side sidewalk
walk sidewalk or paving special assessment
certificates that may be hereafter
sold or negotiated by said city shall
mature three years after the date of
the completion of the paving of the
street or sidewalk."
The report of the finance committee
was read and adopted. The payment
of the Gulf Refining Company's ac account
count account as presented was recommended.
The committee recommended that the
city attorney and tax collector be in instructed
structed instructed to get into proper shape for
advertising the list of delinquent tax taxes
es taxes for the years 1911, 1912, 1913 and
1914. It was also recommended that
the committee be authorized to select
such certificates as it deemed to the
city's interest to collect from 1905 to
date and proceed with their collection.
The committee also requested that
the city attorney submit a written
opinion at next Tuesday night's meet
ing as to whether the paving certifi
cates issued are guaranteed by the
city at maturity. The attorney was
instructed to prepare such an opinion
It was ordered that $500 be trans-
fered from the electric light fund to
the general fund, said amount to be
returned to the former fund when
City Attorney Hocker was instruc
ted to draw up and present an ordi ordinance
nance ordinance regarding the placing of traf
fic "dummies" on the street intersections.
Mr. H. C. Sistrunk, city clerk, ex
plained at some length and in detail
the necessity of making provisions
for caring for the outstanding bonds,
either by creating a sinking fund or
by direct millage assessment for the
purpose. Interest on these bonds
have heretofore been paid from the
proceeds of the light and water departments.
The light and water committee
recommend that a light be placed at
the corner of East Adams and Watu-
la streets, and have instructed the
superintendent to install same. Ap Approved.
proved. Approved. The committee also recom recommended
mended recommended the laying of six inch water
main on South Magnolia street, be between
tween between Fourth and Eight streets as
tooos. asJTund&..-ar. Available. -.The
local school board several weeks ago
rerruested -"that- the--city furnish morel
adequate fire protection to the section
of the city in which is located the col
ored schools near the fair grounds,
which the committee recommends be
given as soon as the funds for this
purpose are available.
The report of the light .and water
committee, which is quite lengthy and
made out in detail from the records
of the past year, was laid over to the
adjourned meeting next Tuesday
Mr. Addle Cartitigr. of
Cedar SC. Cairo, 111., mrot
Doctor Pierc ma JbSovs :
"I send SI cents for yoar "Com "Common
mon "Common Sense Medical Adviser for
my daughter wl.o has recently
married and I know the book will
be of much value to rr. I hare
read and used for 25 year the
valuable treatment contained
in the Uedtcal Adviser and
hare taken many bottles of Dr.
Fierce 'a Favorite Ft ewe i ipOon.
and have been restored to bealih
each time 1 used it. It U a great
remedy for women asaatrenrth
builder, fine for the nerves and
TXOMEN who are restless, with
v constant change of position, "fidget "fidgetiness,"
iness," "fidgetiness," who are abnormally excitable or who
experience fainting or dizzy spells, or nervous
headache and wakefulness are ususily suHerers
from the weaknesses of their sex.
Is the poothing, cordial and womanly tonic that
brings about an invigorating1 calm to the nervouj
system. Overcomes the weakness and the drag dragging
ging dragging pains which resemble the pains of rheu rheumatism.
matism. rheumatism. Thousands of women in the past forty
years can bear witness to its benefits.
Yocr dealer in medicines sells It In Equid er s&-ar
ccated tablet form: or you can send EO one-rent tamps
for a trial box cf Ir. Fierce Favorite Ft i aci lption
tabieta. Ariirea Dr. V. If. Fierce. Invalid' Hotel
Surgical Institute. ButTaia. N. X.
Pr. Pftrce's P!ei-at Pellets Rerslats aad larirsrsla
S : a. Liver ad Dovdt, Sarar-CaateJ Tiay GraaaU.
Premier Carrier of the South
TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1915
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM ,'un
AT LANTA $6.00 MACON
Tickets limited to reach Jacksonville, returning not
night August 2nd, and are good on any regular train
Excursion train will leave Jacksonville for Macon and Atlanta
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 Flv
Phone Nos. BELL 743 and 4041 AUTOMATIC M 1743
F. B. PINSON. T. P. A. G. R. PETTIT, D. P. A i
Tampa, Florida. Jacksonville, Florida.'
FARE $322 feDAILY BETWEEN
f- 45v BUFFALO &'
.. m.m . .rrr?-"
tf Tha lai til and most eoatlj steamer oa aav aland water of tha vorU.
If tuna for UM )iiwii.
ft -CITY OF ERIE- 3 M.rIfWnt Steamer.
The Great Ship SEEANDBEE"
XTTY OF BUFFALO"
BUFFALO Daily, Mav 1st
Lear BnfT&)o . 9 -on P. M.
Tbj Arrnra Oeveiaad 7 -JO A. M.
to Dec 1st CLEVELAND ti
Laav ClseUad 00 P.M. H
AmraboSaio - 1J0 A.U.
(EasUra Standard Thnet
Cotmertionj st Cleveland for Cedar Voint. Fut-m-fcUy. Toledo. Detroit and at! point! Wmmt pn4
Southwest fiaiiroad Uckvta mditf between Buffalo and Cleveland i
en oar ifwixn. A.k yot?r tx-k-t p-nt for tw-k-t via C & H. I. in.
i gvod tar taawpovatb
Ship "SHE "SHE-fee
fee "SHE-fee wwr S4-t
eolorrd xeUonai pout efaart, showing bocb exterior and interior erf 1 n ireat
ant en ratJipt ot nve cents ft cover pewcagw i
THE CLEVELAND ck
wUw UTlaad, UkM (1
night. In this connection the commit commit-definite
definite commit-definite rate and schedule for the
electric light and power.
Council then adjourned until Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, night, the 27th.
VEGETABLES. 3IILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
How Insects Breathe.
When a man breathes he uses his
muscular Ftrength to draw In the air.
and it la afterward forced cut auto automatically.
matically. automatically. With Insects, as a German
Investigator has just discovered, this
process is Just reversed. In other
words Insects take in the air automati automatically
cally automatically and exert muscular strength onlj
when they expel ft
"Co-operate," according to the Standard Dictionary, is "To operate together or
jointly for a common object or to a common end or result." ;
There can be no real co-operation wherein the motives or interests impelling
any of the parties to ihe endeavor are different from those which move or con control
trol control the other parties to it. :
The Florida Citrus Exchange is a truly co-operative organization in that it is
exclusively composed of and operated by growers of citrus fruits who aim to
secure for themselves fair returns on their labor by producing good fruit, pick picking
ing picking and packing it with care, sending it only to markets that are in position tQ ;
use the supply offered and telling the consuming public by means of newspa newspaper,
per, newspaper, magazine and other forms of advertising about the merits of this fruit.
Every grower who is a member of the Exchange is on par with every other
member. Three or more growers in any community may form a local associa-
tion and the members thereof elect its officers and determine its policies. They
choose one of their number to represent them in the Sub-Exchange, composed
of three or more such local associations, usually all located in the same county.
These directors of the Sub-Exchange elect a grower, who is a member of one of O
the local associations, to represent the interests of these associations on the
board of directors of the Florida Citrus Exchange. This board meets monthly
or oftener at the general offices in Tampa. All the business of tn. oiganization
is conducted on lines laid down by this board and under its supervision
No member of the Florida Citrus Exchange has any possibility of profit through
the organization except from the sale of his fruit. All moneys secured by ,the
Exchange are accounted for to the individual growers, and remitted, less pre previously
viously previously agree upon deductions for selling and advertising expense. Neither the
State organization nor the Sub-Exchange can own property other than neces necessary
sary necessary to the conduct of its business. The packing houses and machinery are
paid for and belong to the local associations and are the joint property of the
members who built and equipped them.
The Florida Citrus Exchange is composed of none but growers, controlled and
managed by growers, operated in the interests of growers The fruit of its
members goes to market under.such conditions as to prevent that of one grower
competing with the crop of another. Without such an organized and co-operative
handling. as the Exchange gives, the fruit of every grower competes in the
market with that of every other. The Exchange already has accomplished much
for the citrus industry of Florida; with its rapidly increasing membership it has
even greater and morer important work to do. If you want to get prices that
will make your grove profitable, the Exchange offers you the means of doing so.
Get in touch with the local association, if there is one in your community; if
there is none write the general offices of the Florida Citrus Exchange atTampal
write for tlu book.