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OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 21 1913
TROTOL IS THE UTEST
CAUSED BY A CIGAIE AGAINST THE ill TURKISH ADVANCE MAY
The Fearful Fire in llinjihani:oii Of C'hureli ami State Legislative
IXVKXTKI) liV LI KIT. IIAIIOLl CHASK Y001Y.lil OF TIIK XKW
YOIIK STATK TROOPS FNf.IN'FFIlS
on;initte Want Xo Uilde
Heading in Public
Atlanta, (ia.. July 24. There will
GIVES II TO THE GOVERNMENT
MILI11LL DITCH Fl MeCLAYF
Of His Own Country, Tho Foreign
Nations Would (Gladly Donate Hini
Millions for it.
New York, July 2 4. The safest
high-power explosive the world has
ever yet seen, an explosive equal to
the strongest dynamite made, the "80
per cent, dynamite," has been per-j
fected by a Lieutenant of the New j
York .National uuard, alter tnree
years' work. He will give it to the
United States government, although
a half dozen foreign nations would
pay from $500,000 up for the secret
formula. It is more than probable
that within a year or two the United
States army will be using no other
explosive and that guncotton, the
standard for ten years, will be for forever
ever forever in second place.
Lieutenant Harold Chase- Wood Woodward
ward Woodward of the Twenty-second Engi Engineers,
neers, Engineers, National Guard, New York, is
the inventor of trotol, the newest
and most deadly combustible.
Trotol can be exploded only by ful fulminate
minate fulminate of mercury, the substance
used to explode dynamite. It cannot
be set off by any shock, however
great. In a test at Ft. Wadsworth
trotol was packed in a twelve-inch
shell and the shell was fired at an ar armor
mor armor plate 1,000 yards away. The
shell struck the armor plate while go going
ing going at a rate of 2,750 feet, a second,
but the trotol inside remained unex unex-ploded
ploded unex-ploded in spite of the terriffic con concussion.
cussion. concussion. Six ounces of trotol will do the ex explosive
plosive explosive work of twelve ounces of dy dynamite.
namite. dynamite. Dynamite deteriorates' in
water or on the water and under cer certain
tain certain atmospheric conditions. Trotol
can be soaked in water for years and
be as good as ever.
Who Was Five Thousand Yotes Be Behind
hind Behind in Flection for Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Sussex, X. J., July 24. Archibald
Hart, democrat, was elected to the
House from the sixth congressional
district of New Jersey Tuesday to
succeed the late James Martin Hart
had the support of President Wilson.
The republican candidate, S.
Woods McClave, who was mentioned
in the Mulhall testimony before the
Senate lobby investigators, ran sec second
ond second and Herbert M. Bailey, progres progressive,
sive, progressive, third. Hart ran ahead of Mc McClave
Clave McClave by more than 5000 votes.
That Took Over Half a Hun Hundred
dred Hundred Lives
Binhampton. X. Y.. July 24.
Fifty persons were killed according
to late estimates, and as many in- be no BibIe reading in the public!
j urea, a dozen or more mortally, m schools of Georgia if the report of
a fire which swept the four story lhe educational committee of the sen sen-factory
factory sen-factory building of the Binghampton ate is accepted. After hearing min min-Clothing
Clothing min-Clothing Company Tuesday after- isters of many denominations yes-
noon. The victims were chiefly wo- tprH.iv th cnmmitrpp dpcirlpd hv a!
men and girls. vote of S to 5. to recommend that the!
CAUSE MUCH GREATER TROUBLE
AIHIIAXOI LH TIIK HOXK OF CO TFXTIOX WHICH
OX A c;i:FKAL WAII IX Kl'KOl'K
SKITTISH AXI SCAHCK
Around the scene of the catastro-1 measure do not pass.
phe the greatest this city has ever i
known last night watched the res- j m(J hoXOK FOH IJACOX
cuers work in the glare of three big
searchlights, many in the great Kirst United States Senator to
throng being retained only by the :
closely drawn police lines from rush-'
ing in to the ruins to seek the bodies!
of relatives or friends.
Many streams of water were pour pour-pi
pi pour-pi into trip fiprv nit which a few
, ,i f .v. 'the special election held July 15 and
hours before was the cellar of the 1
Fleeted by a Popular Yote
j Atlanta, July 24. In joint session
j yesterday the senate and house of
(the Georgia General Assembly can can-iassed
iassed can-iassed the returns of the returns of
Wilson's Haiti on the lobbyists Has
that Pestiferous II reed
Washington. July 4. The door doorkeepers
keepers doorkeepers of the House say that Pres President
ident President Wilson's war on the "insidious
lobby" has made lobbyists scarcer
BOTH SIDES OF THE BOSPHORUS
Probably Will be Occupied by Rus Russia
sia Russia if the Warring Balkan Xations
(Jive Her the Proper Pretext.
London, July 24. The European
concert is faced by a most delicate
an difficult situation, requiring the
exercise of the utmost diplomatic
than ever before. They say that,; tact if Europe is not to be plunged
lobbyists formerly made dozens of j into a general war by the Turkish ad ad-trips
trips ad-trips in and out of the House during fvance on Adrianople.
burned establishment. As the ruins
were cooled slightly from time to
WATSON MADF MULHALL
PICXIC AT BUCK POM
There will be a picnic at Buck
Pond, Friday, August 8. There will
be horse racing and foot racing in
the afternoon. Everybody invited
to come and bring well-filled baskets,
and fast horses.
One Instance in Which the Fv-Lobby-ist's
Memory Proved to Be
Washington, July 24. Martin M.
Mulhall, professed ex-lobbyist for the
National Association of Manufactur Manufacturers,
ers, Manufacturers, has retracted the most serious
charge he has made before the Sen Senate
ate Senate investigating committee.
He swore Tuesday that former
Representative James E. Watson, of
Indiana had been employed by pri private
vate private interests in 1909, while he was
still a member of the House, to work
for a tariff commission bill. He tes testified
tified testified that what he had sworn to yes yesterday
terday yesterday was wrong ; that Watson was
not a member of the House at the
Reports that Watson, who is in
Washington, was about to ask the
District of Columbia grand jury to
indict Mulhall for criminal libel
were heard about the investigating
room. Mulhall volunteered his re retraction
traction retraction after the noon recess. He
said he realized his mistake when he
saw the date of a tariff convention to
be held in Indianapolis in February,
time in a spot upon which the
(Jrreams were centered, men went
i u i m ai u i- u l-, a. r i v. ii x o iiuiiiaii z l j
durance would allow them to work, j
Occasionally a body was found and
quickly taken away.
TUJ 1 ..11 1 .
i ins wui k went, uu an ua vesiei-
day. It will take at least two days,)
the authorities believe, before the!
cellar can be cleared and the whole j
truth known. j
Reed B. Freeman, president of thei
company which operated the burned j
factory, believes the fire was caused j
by a cigarette. j
formally declared Senator Augustus j
O. Bacon re-elected to the United j
States Senate for his fourth term.1
the day, whereas very few are now-made.
:He received 25.539 votes.
I This elpcrinn was the first held in
the United States under the recently
i ratified constitutional amendment
j providing for the election of United
! States senators by popular vote.
Royal Arch meets Friday night.
Orange Springs, July 24. Miss
Mabel Peck of Seminole, visited her
father and brother here Saturday and
Sunday, returning to Seminole Monday.
Mrs. H. T. Hall of Lowell with her j seated the worst possible impres impres-five
five impres-five interesting children are pleasant- sion in diplomatic circles and the
Bulgaria, helpless, sees the fruits
of her dearly won victories snatched
from her hand and while negotiations
for an armistice are proceeding in a
leisurely manner at Xish the Greeks
and Servians continue to push their
The official announcement made at
Constantinople that the Turkish
troops would reoccupy Adrianople
lv liipatPil in thp !u pp7V r'nttnfp t" rr I'O eTS
change ot views
veARe "THe banana peels om
ThC Threshold of progress?
1)11. W. K. LAXE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Xose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Summerfield, July 24. J. C. Balch
and his sister, Mrs. Hedrick, were;
visitors here last Saturday. j
Mrs. G. A. Emerry, residing west;
of here, was an early morning visi-j
tor last Saturday. j
Ed. Rush and mother, Lloyd j
Dowd and mother and Miss Yerlie
Matlock, of Levon, have pitched a
large tent on the Carev place adjoin-
ing Bonnie A'iew, and will camp here1
for a week or ten days. I
Miss Myrt Hickey and A. J. Leh-'
man came to Summerfield Thursday
evening to attend the box supper giv-!
en by the band boys. i
Sam Elder and Paul Schmidt were
among some of our residents who at-:
tended the Summerfield band boys"
J. W. Fant, Jr., of Belleview, at attended
tended attended the box social Thursday
night. Other Belleviewites were also
For MEMBERSHIP IN
"The HOT CLUB
KIND OF NiiT
NUMbER- OF BATS un
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n j t rr i
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a few weeks.
Mr. Carlton's house was struck by!
lightning, tearing off part of the roof;
and chimney. Xo serious damage j
was done. His little granddaughter!
received a slight stroke.
Mr. Charlie' Hodges and Miss 'Bes 'Bessie
sie 'Bessie Porter of Palatka were Sunday
isitors here. They came down to
visit the latter's sister, Mrs. Tomp Tompkins,
kins, Tompkins, who is spending a few weeks
Mr. Joe Rast has returned home
from Weirsdale. where he has been i
mm. Ck LA XU A
to find the best
means of checkmating Turkey's ac action,
tion, action, which is looked upon as a clear clear-cut
cut clear-cut defiance of all Europe.
i The next few hours are likely to
j decide whether fofces hitherto unen--j
gaged shall enter the Balkan cockpit.
Russia is understood to be ready to
J accept the mandate of Europe to
j compel the porte to respect the
j Treaty of London and the British
1 cabinet tomorrow will consider
; whether this government shall con
sent to active intervention by Rus-
. i . t i
iur me past lew mourns.
The Ocala Grocery Company was i
represented here last week by Mr. B
Premier Asquith's speech at Bir Birmingham
mingham Birmingham Monday evening was in--
: tended to warn Turkey against just
' t ,, , k i such a development which would in-
Mr. R. Y. Hendricks ot Ocala was i .....
, vohe Russia occupation of both sides
here a few days past.
... ... of the Bosphorus and the gripping
Mr. H. Massey is very ill, we ,
,of Constantinople both in the front
are sorry to state. His daughter.;
,t , and the rear.
Mrs. Xewsom beruges of Hahira, and
Un AL mUKII OF 3XOSK
brother. W. R. Massey of Santa Fe.;
were called to his bedside Sunday.!
His son. Willie, came in Friday from: Xhfc Qcala LoJge No. b99f Gr.
Santa Fe. der or Moose, meets each Thursday
Miss Mabel Peck of Seminole was' even'ns at 8 o'cIock in the Gary bulld-
a pleasant visitor here Saturday andiinR- th,rd oor. vsitlng brothers are
. invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershor, Dictator.
L. Stap. Secretary. Aa.
THE NUT CLUB
Bugs Will Be Bugs.
By F. R. MORGAN
(Copyright, 1913, Western Newspaper Union.
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Why Pay More ?
Why Pay More ?
We have 200 Pairs of High Grade Men's Shoes in Tan, Gun Metal and Patent Leather, Oxfords and High Tops.
Keith's Konqueror, Dorsch and Bostonians
3. SO and $4 Values
3.50 arc3 $4 Values
We Have a Store Full of liargain and lVoniie to (iive You More for Your Money, or Your Money lfcwk.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1913
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14 yards Yard wide Bleach Bleached
ed Bleached Sheeting real 10c goods,
soft finish, for
IF ip si 0. Ik 9 s
SALE FROM MONDAY, JULY 28, TO SATURDAY, AUG. 2.
There is not an item mentioned in this advertisement that can be du duplicated
plicated duplicated for the price. Come to our store and get samples of these goods
AND COMPARE, then you will be convinced that this is the home of
SPECIAL NO. 1.
Lingerie, this is a beautiful soft fabric, in white only, 40 inches wide
and would be cheap at 15c a yard, reduced to ..
SPECIAL NO. 2.
White Lawn, this is very sheer quality, 40 inches wide, usually Iflp
sells for 15c, reduced for this week to IUU
SPECIAL NO. 3.
Pajama Checks, this is not kind that you usually get for 10c, it is 36
inches wide, and a real value at
SPECIAL NO. 4.
Long Cloth, this is one of the most used items in the house. This QCJp
is 36 inches wide and put up in 10 yard pieces at pc UuU
SPECIAL NO. 5.
White Lawn, this is a very strong fabric and thousands of uses for Cp
it. The regular price is 9c, this week only vJl
We have a lot of good things for you this week.
Don't Fail to Get a Sample of the Advertised Goods
"You will Eventually Trade Here."
18 yds. Yard wide Unbleach Unbleached
ed Unbleached Sheeting, very Soft and a
good value, for
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'Whore you will Eventually Trade,"
WHY NOT NOW?
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Mr. F. V. Ditto left yestei
ternoon for Jacksonville, in 1
to a message fmnouncing t lit
Too great haste leads to error,
ake time and select the man who
will serve you best. Todd & Co. No
ifit no pay. 7-2 4 -3 1
Moose meet this evening.
A little baseball now and then is
1 relished by the busiest men. Hence
Royal Arch meets tomorrow night. tne half-holiday in Ocala every
"t, llhursday afternoon.
Band concert tomorrow evening.
Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf j
Waste paper baskets, various styles
at The Murray Company. 7-24-3t
Fse Dike's Peroxide Cream to re remove
move remove tan, freckles and sunburn dur during
ing during this warm weather. The Court
Ditto left yesterday af-
iinness ot his brother. KaitoruJ -Mr
ftjHftrrH DITTO, o n c eTrm BrtTIa boy, J
now a prosperous business man of j Mr. W. M. Brooks, of Tampa, who
Jacksonville, has many friends in has been inspecting portions of his
this city, who sincerely hope he may! realty holdings in Hernando and Cit-
soon recover from his illness. rus counties, was in town for several
hours yesterday. He left on the Sea-
Mr. Hharlps Breedlove. a fnrmpri board limited for Jacksonville.
citizen of Ocala, is in the city from
Tampa today, combining business
BARGAIN IN 1H ILIUNG LOTS
Fresh buttermilk every day at the
Postofflce Drugstore. 6-24-tf
Fill the vacant spaces in your
crockery line while the low prices
are on at The Murray Co. 7-24-3t
We have never doubted the fact
that "he who serves best, profits
most." Todd & Company. No fit
no pay. 7-24-3t
Are you going away? Then let us
fit you up with a trunk or bag. H.
B. Masters Co. 6-30-lm
Mr. John H. Mathews, the success successful
ful successful trucker and farmer of Candler,
was among the Thursday visitors in
Sheriff Galloway has arrested one
(Jack Locke, a white man. wanted in
Citrus county for wife desertion.
Locke was located several days ago
in the northwestern part of the'cojn the'cojn-ty.
ty. the'cojn-ty. Our wide awake sheriff makes
; Marion county an unhealthy place for
refugees from the law.
See the initial correspondence
cards at The Murray Company. Neat Neatest,
est, Neatest, latest and best designs. 7-24-3t
Mr. A. P. Stucky, president of the
Gainesville & Gulf Railroad Com Company,
pany, Company, and Hillsboro Hotel Company,
Tampa, is in the city today on business.
Judge Wm. E. Gober returned last
night from Georgia, where his fam family
ily family is spending the summer.
Communicate with us for clever
clothes. Todd & Company. No fit
no pay. 7-24-3t
! Don't fail to see the display of cut
glass by The Murray Co., the latest
designs and cuttings. All at low
Mr. F. P. Cahoon of Oak, who has
had his right arm in a sling for the
past six weeks, on account of a brok
en bone, had the bandages removed
by his physician here today, and will
in a. short time have complete use of
Two of the choicest corner lots in
the Seymour residential addition,
j across the street from Mr. McConn's
home; also a tine tactory or ware warehouse
house warehouse site across the street, east,
from Teuton's store. North Magnolia
street, with A. C. L. railway on rear.
Will sell either or both at big bar bargain
gain bargain and easy payments. Apply at
Star office or to R. R. Carroll. t
TO THE CITIZENS OF OCALA
Silas Solomon, colored, was
brought in from Mcintosh yesterday
and lodged in the county jail. He is!
charged with assaulting another col colored
ored colored man in his home town yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, and will be tried before County
Judge Smith tomorrow.
-fry our Ice cold buttermilk. Re Received
ceived Received daily from the Ocala Heights
Dairy. Gerig's Drugstore. 6-17-tf
An enjoyable feature at the Temple
last night were the scenes of Hol Holland
land Holland taken in a lively comic. The
Vitagraph drama was a most thril thrilling
ling thrilling piece, and there were two other
DR. W. K. IiANE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Heed the good advice of a friend.
Let Todd & Co. clean and press your
-clothes. No clean no pay 7-24-3t
Enjoy outdoor life without tan and
freckles. Rexall cold cream insures
your complexion. Get It at Gerig's
"The manly part is to do with
might and main what we can do"
Emerson. We are "manly tailors."
Todd & Co. No fit no pay. 7-2 4 -3 1
Mr. B. F. Condon has sold one of
those fine No. 10 Buicks to Mr. H. A.
Davies, who will use it for a runabout.
On another page will be found a
very interesting article taken from
an Illinois paper, regarding some of
the personal experiences of Abraham
Lincoln in Champaign, which was
the home town of Mr. E. M. Howard
Fresh bread every day and the
best there is niade too. We always
fceep on hand the largest line of
cakes that has ever been carried by
an Ocala bakery. Carter's Bak Bakery.
ery. Bakery. 7-2-tf
Mr. A. M. McNeil, special agent of
the Carstens Naval Stores Company,
Savannah, with headquarters in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, is in the city on business for
20c per lib.
W e are carrying a very com complete
plete complete stock of Frank E.
Block's Crackers and Cakes
in bulk and packages.
All 10c packages 3 for 25 cts,
all 5c packages 6 for 25 cts.
There is none better (ban
For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.
Mr. H. E. Savely of the United
States agricultural department, has
been in Ocala for several days con consulting
sulting consulting with a number of our citi citizens
zens citizens who are in position to give data
regarding the farming interests in
this section. He is field agent for
the demonstration in agriculture for
the southern states and will be in
Florida for some time making notes
of the corn and other crops which
are being raised under direct super supervision
vision supervision of the department. He is ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mr. V. L. Watson, as assistant
sistant assistant demonstration agent, who has
headquarters at Live Oak.
Mr. Emmett Robinson will leave
for a business trip to Tampa tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, returning to Woodmar Sunday
to visit his family. Mr. Robinson
will return to the city Monday morning.
IMPORTANT CHURCH QUESTION
FOIl THE .EPISCOPALIANS
The State Board of Health in order
to place Ocala in the registration dis
trict, demands that all deaths and
I births be reported promptly to the
'city clerk. Doctors, mid-wives,
nurses, undertakers or even the
head of families are expected to co cooperate
operate cooperate in this movement. A failure
to do this may result in the arrest
and fining of any or all persons in involved.
volved. involved. Signed:
7-8-1 m Ocala Board of Health.
Notice is hereby given to the con congregation
gregation congregation of Grace Episcopal church,
and they are requested to be present
at a meeting of the congregation to
be held at the church on Thursday
evening, the 24th of July, at 8
o'clock, to take under consideration
the proposition to retrocede to the
diocese of Florida the territory now
embraced in the counties of Marion
and Volusia, which now form a part
of the missionary jurisdiction of
Southern Florida. James G. Glass,
Rector Grace Church.
The beautiful music you heard at
the Temple Tuesday night can be had
at Lansford's. Call and hear it.
TO MY FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC
I have severed my connection with
the Ocala Plumbing and Electric Co.,
and opened up for myself. I have
bought out Mr. R. E. Yonge's plumb plumbing
ing plumbing business, which is situated on the
railroad, a few doors south of Fort
King avenue. Until I am permanent permanently
ly permanently located at my new quarters, phone
all orders to No. 3SS (Mr. Yonge's
tin shop), or No. 235, my residence.
All work entrusted to me shall re
ceive my personal attention.
Thanking you in advance for any
business you may throw my way, I
beg o remain.
7-17-tf J. W. Akin.
Of Five Hundred S C. White Leg Leghorn
horn Leghorn Hens
These hens must be sold to make
room. Now is your time to get some
good foundation stock cheap and
breed up a good lot of winter layers.
Apply for prices to Ivy Poultry Farm,
Ocala, Fla., Fred B. Burden, man manager.
ager. manager. 7-1 9-6t
HOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES, CITY
CONCORDIA LODGE T". V. OF A.
Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union of
America, meets In Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month Geo. I Taylor. F. XL
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
OUTGOING MAILS CLOSE
A. C. L. NORTH 5:05 a. m.;
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a. m.;
2:10 p. m.; 2:30 p. m.; 9 p. m.
S. A. L. NORTH 12:50 p. m.;
4:10 p. m.; 9 p. m.. SOUTH 12:50
p. m.; 9 p. m.
OCALA NORTHERN NORTH
7 a. m.; 12:55 p. m.
STAR ROUTES Blitchton and
Calvary 2 p. m.
Buy it now. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is al almost
most almost certain to be needed before the
summer is over. Buy it now and be
prepared for such an emergency.
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Sealed bids are invited for the
$4 5,000 bond issue shortly to be
made by the city for the purchase
and improvement of the water plant.
Bonds will be in denominations of
$1000, to run twenty years, with in interest
terest interest at 5 per cent, payable semi semiannually,
annually, semiannually, and are required to be soli
for not less than par. Prospective
buyers must include with their bid a
deposit equal to 10 per cent of the
same. Make checks to the order of
Wm. T. Gary, secretary.
The bids will be opened Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, July 30th.
J. J. Gerig, Chairman.
Wm. T. Gary, Sec'y.
7-22-3t Board of Bond Trustees.
An elegant line or iawyers' manu manuscript
script manuscript covers. In any color that could
be desired. Just received at the Star
W. G. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA, FLA.
The vacation season Is just begin beginning
ning beginning and those in need of Trunks
should call and see our prices.
The Furniture Men
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1913
1k& run, Usni&edtvedS fej& J&LC
JeaAule. filing 'n, -Creiu cctrueh tjfjt&pr
MMt- HE WAS RIGHT
Just plain, common horse-sense ought to teach
every man that Franklin was" absolutely right, just
as sure as two and two make four. Creditors cannot
insult yo,u, nor can W ant press you if you have pre prepared
pared prepared for them by having something in the bank; be besides,
sides, besides, your money is SAFE in the bank, not only from
fire or burglars, but from your own extravagance.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR RENT Offices in Holder
building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR RENT Three or four fur furnished
nished furnished rooms; light housekeeping.
Enquire Anderson Pharmacy. 7-16-tf
FOR SALE 1913 4hp. Indian
motorcycle. Cheap for cash. H. S.
LOST Waltham watch, enfraving
on front, open face, initials E. W. S.
on back. Black fob with letter R.
Finder will be rewarded. Dr. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, box 332. 7-15-6t
FOR SALE 1913 motorcycles and
motor boats at bargain prices, all
makes, brand new machines, on easy
monthly payment plan. Get our
proposition before buying or you will
regret it, also bargains in used
motorcycles. Write us today. En Enclose
close Enclose stamp for reply. Address, Lock
Box 11, Trenton, Mich. 7-lS-tf
AUTO CURTAINS LOST Lost on
Thursday night, July 17th, between
Belleview and Ocala, roll of black au automobile
tomobile automobile curtains in red leather cov cover.
er. cover. Finder will be rewarded by re returning
turning returning to Star office or Dr. E. Van
FOUND At Temple theater, gold
stick pin. Three links engraced on
face. Owner can find same at this
FOR SALE 110-gallon oil tank;
used only several months and is as
good as new; sold by the Standard
Oil Co., and cost $65; will sell for
$4 5. Apply Marion Furniture Co.,
or P. J. Theus., Ocala, Fla. 7-21-frt
FOR SALE 350 acres eutoveri
pine land with railroad siding, shan shanties
ties shanties and good well of water; good for
vegetables and vine growing; price
$10 per acre; three miles from Dun Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. For information write J. G.
Baskin, Dunnellon. Fla. 7-22-lm
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Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A!
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad-
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CITY OF OCALA
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell.
Council B. A. Weathers, presi president;
dent; president; J. H. Taylor, president pro
tern;' E. C. Bennett, Baxter Carn, J.
W. Hood, E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael, F.. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Superintendent Water Works J.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R obert
R. D. FULLER
Over the Munroe & Chambliss Bank
J. E. CHACE
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
L. F. 1JLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
M. C. IZLAR
Office Law Library Building
J. G. PURVIS
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building
t Woodmen meet Friday night.
THE MARIOII COM
BOARD OF TRADE
At the Meeting of This Important
Ioly Wednesday Night, the
Name Was Extended to
Fit Its Field
The Board of Trade held a very
important and well attended meeting
in the court house last evening. In
addition to the members present, a
good many citizens were there,
among them several ladies.
A number of applications were
read by Secretary Rooney for mem membership
bership membership in the body, among them a
number from out of town. They
Eradication of the Tick Evil
A communication was read from
the veterinary department of the
State Board of Health, regarding the
establishment of dipping vats for
cattle. The board will establish such
vats in communities where the cat cattle
tle cattle men were too poor to put in one
Better Railroad Service
Communications were read from
the traffic departments of both the
A. C. L. and S. A. L. railroads in re regard
gard regard to the extension of the A. C. L.
train from Sanford to Ocala and re return,
turn, return, and on the S. A. L. from Or Orlando
lando Orlando to Ocala, via Wildwood.
Mr. Phillips of the S. A. L., stated
that he would meet with the Board
of Trade at any time to take up the
matter of this schedule or train and
also the matter of bettering depoti
facilities here at any time the boar
would ask him to come.
The Union Passenger Station
This brought on a discussion o
the union depot proposition, Mr.
Chambliss, Mr. Mclver and Mr. Har Harris
ris Harris with others strongly favoring the
building of a union depot rather than
the repairing or improving individual
depots. Some thought the city was
hopelessly divided on the proposition
of a union depot, but the above me
tioned gentlemen thought that wit
a hard, concentrated pull by th
Board of Trade, the railroad com
mission would order the roads to
build the union depot.
Finally a motion prevailed that a'
straw vote be taken and the sense of
the body be secured. The vote was
almost unanimous for a union depot depot-Thereupon
Thereupon depot-Thereupon President Chace appointed
Mr. D. E. Mclver chairman of a
committee, he to select two other
members of the committee to draft a
petition to the state railroad commis commission,
sion, commission, for the people of the city to
sign, asking that a union depot be
ordered for Ocala. Mr. Mclver stat stated
ed stated that he would select the other two
members of the committee later and
that he would personally do all that
he could to get a big petition.
For a Better School Building
President Chace called the atten attention
tion attention of the board to the election for
bonds for sub-school buildings to be
held August 19th, and asked that
every member do all he could to car carry
ry carry the bond election. Freeholders
alone vote and a majority for all
qualified must be cast for bonds so
that a man who is qualified who does
not vote really votes against the
Mr. Carroll suggested that the
Woman's Club be asked to cooperate
with the Board of Trade to carry the
election as the women of the city
are vitally interested in the schools,
and President Chace stated that this
would be done. President Chace also
stated that the Boy Scouts would as assist
sist assist on the election day to round up
Master Printers Meeting
! A communication was read from
j Mr. T. J. Appleyard. secretary of the
j State Press Association, regarding
I the meeting oi the cost congress in
I this city in September. A commit-
tee was named by the chair to ar
range tor the meeting, entertaining
the visitors, etc., composed of Mr.
F. E. Harriss, Mr. Carroll and Mr.
Rooney. It was also suggested that
the meeting be held some time in Oc October
tober October instead of September, which
request will be made of Mr. Apple Apple-yard.
yard. Apple-yard. A letter was read from Mr. Davis
of Leesburg. stating that Dr. Hitch Hitchcock,
cock, Hitchcock, a colonization man and trolley
car line promoter, who wished to
meet with the board. On motion Mr.
Davis was asked to invite the doc doctor
tor doctor to meet with us.
Very interesting communications
were read from Mayor MacKay of
Tanu-a and the McCrary Engineering
Co.. of Atlanta, in regard to the Im Im-hoff
hoff Im-hoff system of sewage disposal.
Bigger Name for the Board
Secretary Rooney made a talk on
the advisability of changing the name
of the organization from the Ocala
Board of Trade to the Marion County
Board of Trade and the matter of
such change was put to a vote of the
board and carried, so that the name
of the organization will in future be i
the Marion County Board of Trade, j
Communications were read from j
citizens of Mcintosh in reference toj
holding a special meeting of the
board in that town, to which neigh- j
boring towns would be invited to!
send representatives. It was decided;
to held such a meeting, at an early!
Mr. Rooney read the letter fromj
the agricultural department on corn j
and tomato clubs, which will bej
found elsewhere in today's paper. j
Excellent Advertising for Ocala
Mr. Allen, a representative of;
Dixie, was introduced to the board by j
Mr. Rooney. Mr. Allen stated that he!
proposed to give the Board of Trade,
free, a two-page advertisement of
our city and county if it were accep
table. The board voted to accept
Mr. Allen's proposition with thanks.
and Mr. Rooney will prepare -the
copy. Mr. Allen stated that he would
be glad to supply the board and the
individual members with all of the
extra copies they might wish to send
out, and would like to be advised of
the number wanted.
New Meeting Dates
On account of Wednesday evening
conflicting with some other meetings
in the city, the meeting nights of the
board were changed to the second
Wednesday and the fourth Thursday
nights in the month.
. Refreshments, consisting of two
kinds of sandwiches, lemonade and
cigars, were then passed.
After refreshments Dr. Blalock ad addressed
dressed addressed the board on a plan he had
to soften the city water. This has
already been printed in the Star.
MB. ROLLER IS DEAD
it the hospital be
tween life andi
ith since last Sat-
len he was so des-
by J. W. Hurst.
Mr. L. E. Boiler breathedhis last at
2:30 this afternoonhe7ulreTaT
wtlh-talfg place tomorrow and the re
mains will be buried in Greenwood
cemetery. Messrs. Mclver & MacKay
will have charge of the funeral ar
" Another operation was performed
on Mr. Bollerfaet evening as a last
resort to save
e nis. life, but he had
no chance since the turn
worse yesterdaj' morning
the hour for the funeral-has.. not
been fixed. JTMrs. Boiler and her 13-
the family in
the only members of
city, are at. the
home of Mr. Bo
friend and for-
The Star extends its deepest sym sympathy
pathy sympathy to the bereaved widow and son.
ST. 111 1 LIP'S
Beginning next Sunday, July 27th
to October 2 6th, the services every
Sunday and on feasts of obligation,
will be at 7 a. m. and 3 p. m. All
good Christians are cordially invited.
Rev. D. Bottolacio.
In passing out Peyser's "Grand
Royal" cigars, last night at the Board
of Trade meeting. Secretary Rooney
took occasion to call attention to the
"home product," and to say that he
would not have any other kind at a
function that he had anything to do
In introducing Mr. Allen, Mr.
Rooney said that he represented
Dixie, a paper made famous by Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Claude L'Engle a paper
like one of the Ocala papers in an
editorial way. which. while severe
sometimes, always said things that
were straight from he shoulder. He
referred to the Star.
COTTAGE FOR RENT
My cottage at Woodmar on Lake
Weir, completely furnished, is for
rent for July. R. R. Carroll.
Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a
new hotel; has all modern conven conveniences;
iences; conveniences; fronts on Ocean just south
of ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day
and upwards. Special rates by the
week or month. We make a special specialty
ty specialty of sea food dinners Thursday even evenings
ings evenings and Sunday noon. 6-23-tf
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at S o'clock in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with us.
G. L. Taylor, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.
WORLD ALMANAC AT BALLARD'S
New 1913 World's Almanac, just
received; 35 cents at Ballard's News
This is a prescription prepared especially
for MAlAniAcrr XiLlS 4 ?Z'Z.
Five or si:i does br--il: r- y -'- r i
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Write for information.
THE OGALa wamO?JAL B&NK
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
COUNTING ON A
Ocala Athletic Association is Pros Prosperous
perous Prosperous and Determined to
The stockholders of the Ocala Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Association held their annual
meeting Tuesday afternoon in the
directors room of the Munroe and
Chambliss Bank, for the purpose of
electing officers and transacting
The newly elected officers of the
association for the ensuing year are
as follows: Mr. C. W. Hunter, pres president;
ident; president; Mr. G. K. Robinson, secretary;
Mr. J. J. Gerig, treasurer; Messrs. Z.
C. Chambliss, M. J. Roess, Clarence
Camp, G. K. Robinson and C. W.
The association is in good shape
nd the meeting yesterday was quite
an enthusiastic one.
The association expects to have a
ew grand stand built at the baseball
park, with dressing rooms, shower
baths, etc., underneath, and will fix
it up in first class style.
The association is also going to
make a strenuous effort to try to get
one of the big league teams to win winter
ter winter here next season, and expect to
get busy on this proposition at once!
in order to offer the necessary in inducements
ducements inducements to get the team here. We
hope that this proposition will be
successful, as it will mean much to
The association w?Sl meet again on
Tuesday, the fifth of August. Ban Banner.
ner. Banner. MARION'S CORN CROP
In speaking to a Star reporter to today,
day, today, Mr. S. J. McCully, manager of
the Marion County Boys' Corn Club;
said that the corn crop in this county
this year was a record breaker. The
crop of last year was the largest that
has ever been raised in the county,
and this year's will far outdistance
it, both as regards acreage and av averages.
erages. averages. He says that the government
reports of last year's corn crop in
Marion show that we raised twice as
much as any other county in the
state, which is saying a good deal,
when it is considered that there are
several counties that make big boasts
for their farms and farmers. Much
of the enthusiasm in this line of
farming is due to the efforts of Mr.
McCully, who has devoted must time
and attention to demonstration work
for the past two years.
Mr. McCully goes to Gainesville to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow to meet several of the gov government
ernment government experts who are now at' the
experimental statioat the Florida
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
Or TRAIN'S AT OCALA
The follownar scTiedulo Is not paid
for. but is prirurt for the Information
of the public. The railroads are re re-T'esied
T'esied re-T'esied to send in correction? when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
SF. A BOARD AIR LINE
1 1 :35 am
No. 2 2:25 a.m. 2:30 a.m.
No. 4 12:50 p.m. 1:05 p.m.
No. 10 (Limited) .4:20 p m. 4:23 p.m.
The limited leaves Jacksonville at
! 11:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6
i p in. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
i arrives in Jacksonville at 7:20 p. m. It
j .-tops only at Turkey Creek, Plant City.
Dade City, Wliwood, Ocala, Starke
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Southbound Jax. and St. Petembarfc
No. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. 33 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
j Southbound -Ocnla and Lakeland
I No. 35 (Sunnyjim) 6:40 a.m.
Northbound -J a i. and St. Peterubnrir
j Arrive Leave
(No. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 a.m.
No 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
f Vorihlmund Lakeland and Ocala
Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Ocala and IIomoama
leave No. 49 8:20 a.m.
Leave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. 44 12:".f p.m.
rrive No. 48 ?:00 p.m.
Lv. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m. i:25 p.m.
Sunday trams .... 8:00 am. 1:25 p.m
Vr. from Palatka 10:40 a,rr. i:i0 p.m.
of new goods keep our
stock in FRESH
in great variety.
The Store Accommodating."
It will look as bright
as if new.
Next lo Express Office.
P. A. DURAND
014 E. Adams St. Phone 494,
KIRBY & CO.
'"resh and Cured Meats, r resh and
Salt Water Fish, Chickens, Eggs
and Vegetables of all Kinds
North Magnolia Street
I'M ONE 20 OCALA. FLA.
It is an absolute fact, that one 50 cent
jar of WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM
will either remove your freckles cr cause
them to fade and that two jars will even
in the most severe cases completely cure
them. We are willing to personally
guarantee this and to return your money
without argument if your complexion is
not fully restored to its natural beauty.
WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is fine,
fragrant and absolutely harmless. Will
not make hair grow kut wiH positively
remove TAN, PIMPLES and FRECK FRECKLES.
LES. FRECKLES. Come in today and try it. The jars
are large and results absolutely certain.
Sent by mail if desired. Price 50c.
Mammoth jars $1.00. WILSON 'S FAIR
SKIN SOAP 25c For cale by
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard gctrcl streuctfienitje tcrrc.
orove's tast-l::-? c:..n ?n ? it
THE OCA LA EVKM.vu STA11, TIIUILSHAV, JULY -24, iHlS
OCALA EVENING STAR
published every day except sunday
i:itti.(;i;k cV caiuioll, imioi'Iiiktoks
1. K. Cut-roll, (iciM-ral .Manager I'oit V. LeaveiififHMl, Iuines Manager
J. II. Ilenjainin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
MANY NEW COTTAUKS
One year, in advance $3.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
Out month, in advance 5 0
One year, in advance $S.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance SO
IT WON'T IJE
inatorial race is interesting. The doc-
HEAIni Y TO KJNOIIE tor is a progressive, and he has many
friends in Marion, of which county
Regarding his attempts to save toihe was for a short time a resident,
settlers on homesteads in Volusia j
county their lands from the grasp oft
Senator Nathan P. Bryan of Flor-
a mg corporation. which tried to i ida made a strong fight in the United
confiscate the said lands through a -states Senate the other dav in behalf
technical construction of an imper imperfect
fect imperfect law, Claude L'Engle says:
"While the subject was fresh, I
took the liberty of writing a letter to
the commissioner of agriculture of
the state of Florida with a request
that he submit the contents to any
and all boards in charge of the pub public
lic public lands of this state, especially call calling
ing calling his attention to the Cody case
and to others somewhat similar that
have been presented to me, and sug suggesting
gesting suggesting that the state of Florida
should not lend its name' to any ac action
tion action brought by any large land hold holding
ing holding corporation, the possible result
of which would be to disturb an ac actual
tual actual settler on the land in his pos possession
session possession of it for living purposes; that
the state could well afford to forego
any right it might have to any land
under the swamp and overflowed act
or the mineral reservation act as
against an actual settler who culti cultivated
vated cultivated the soil and built a home and
occupied it with his family; that in instead.
stead. instead. of the state lending its aid to
the people trying to get the actual
settlers off the land, that the state
could and it would be very much the
best state policy to issue a quit-claim
deed to actual settlers who do occupy
it in good faith as a homestead.
'"The government of the state of
Florida is still in possession of con considerable
siderable considerable more tlyin a million acres
of land. The very best thing that
could happen for the future of the
state would be to have every hun hundred
dred hundred and sixty acres of the land re remaining
maining remaining in the state occupied by a
of Mrs. Stanley, the widow of a
superintendent in the Indian service,
who was murdered in discharge of
his duty. It was the desire of Sen Senator
ator Senator liryan and several other sena senators
tors senators to secure the modest sum of
.$5000 from our rich government to
guard from want the widow of a
man who lost his life in obeying the
orders of the said government. The
bill was objected to and delayed by
Senator Smoot, one of the republican
leaders in the Senate, who has many
times engineered through bills car carrying
rying carrying from ten to a hundred times as
much for some special interest.
The Jacksonville Metropolis of
Wednesday has the following inter interesting
esting interesting item:
Considerable discussion has been
occasioned among politicians regard regarding
ing regarding the possible political future of
Ion L. Farris, speaker of the House
of Representatives, and there Ifas
been some question in the event that
Governor Trammell should become a
candidate for the United States Sen Senate
ate Senate and succeed in defeating Senator
Duncan U. Fletcher, the present sen senior
ior senior senator from Florida.
There are many who point to the
fact that Senator H. J. Drane, the
present president of the Senate,
would become governor as Tram Tram-mell's
mell's Tram-mell's successor in the event that the
governor should be elected a United
States senator. It is also argued that,
A number of new cottages for in-1
vestment purj.io.ses are being built inj
Ocala just now. a movement that we'
are glad to see that has been going!
on tor some tiiue and provides homes!
for the many people who come to'
Ocala to reside.
Among thoe houses are the two!
two-story cottages of Miss Metaj
Jewett. on South Second stree:, near-1
ly completed. The two one-story j
cottages of Mrs. Jessie Haycraft in j
the second ward just framed this!
week: the. two one-story cottages of!
Mr. C. V. Roberts near the highj
school building, the two-story house
of the Pinder family nearMr. Car-
michael's residence in the fourth!
THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
The University of Florida, whose
advertisement is carried in these col columns,
umns, columns, has enjoyed a remarkable de de-velopment
velopment de-velopment in recent years. The cat catalogue,
alogue, catalogue, which may be obtained by
writing the president at Gainesville,
shows an attendance of 22 young
men from nearly every county in
Florida and twenty-one states and
foreign countries. Ten new brick
buildings of modern design and com commodious
modious commodious in their arrangements are
described. A Florida boy may pre-
SURROUND yoii business with the security and efficient service of this insti institution.
tution. institution. Take advantage of the financial knowledge and long experience of
its officers. Consult these men regarding financial problems that confront you.
By making this bank a factor in your affairs, you are giving your business
larger scope for development. Let us prove to you that banking here means
iiitroe & ChamMiss Bank
lan. The pall-bearers were, W. N.
Nelson, A. J. DaCosta, Mayor Chris Christopher
topher Christopher Matheson, AV. B. Taylor, M.
B. Saunders and L. B. Smith.
ONE OF PRESIDENT
LINCOLN'S EARLY WORKS
(Champaign, 111., News)
To the ordinary person there could
not be any thing much more prosy
! than an nhtrnpf rornrH hut tr tho
pare for almost any of the profes-l
sions at the state university, besides
he will have the advantage there of
associating, and forming lasting
friendships, with men who are ex expected
pected expected to be leaders in public affairs
of the state in future years.
With out unparalleled winter cli climate,
mate, climate, permitting the healthful out outdoor
door outdoor recreations the year round,
with the splendid opportunities of offered
fered offered at the University of Florida at
the actual cost of living, surely no
Florida boy has any excuse to leave
his native commonwealth to attend
schools of other states.
STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
family getting its living out of the; if elected Trammell would have to
The Star would advise t!ie com commissioner
missioner commissioner of agriculture that he pay
close attention to Mr. L'Engle's let letter
ter letter on this and similar matters. It
won't be healthy for him, or any
other .official, state or federal, to ig ignore
nore ignore such affairs, or to permit bare barefaced
faced barefaced robbery from the common peo people
ple people of their hard-earned property by
any corporation, even though it may
seem under the sanction of law.
And, by the way, the people who
sneer at L'Engle, and ask what he is
qualify as a senator before the next
legislature meets, and that Drane, as
president of the Senate, would auto automatically
matically automatically become governor.
Those who have thoroughly stud studied
ied studied the situation, however, declare
that Governor Trammell could easily
prevent the elevation to the office
of governor of a rival, such as Drane,
by failing to qualify as a senator
until such time as Farris, or some
other man in sympathy with Trani Trani-mell's
mell's Trani-mell's political views, had been elect elected
ed elected president of the state Senate. Sen-
doing in Congress, raav note this asj ,
timp ahnnf mmlifviner. and Trammp
might do the same.
one of the things he is doing. Not
grabbing off so many appointments
or delving so deep into the pork bar barrel
rel barrel as others, but always doing his
best for the men and women who
haven't a thing to' give him in return
Vanderbilt University will accept
Carnegie's donation of $200,000 for
& medical school, despite the attempt
of Bishop Candler and other leading
Methodists to have the gift rejected,
their reason being that Mr. Carnegie
is an agnostic. The Star thinks that
Mr. Carnegie could find no more
noble use for his money.
It is interesting to know that the
Windsor hotel in Jacksonville, will
expend $50,000 on improvements. It
seemed to the Marion county people
who frequent that magnificent inn
that it was already as fine as it could
be, so they have a pardonable curios curiosity
ity curiosity as to what it will be when an another
other another $50,000 is put into it.
The notice that Dr. Van .Valzah of
In the event, therefore, of the
election of Trammell as a United
States senator and the election of
Farris as a state senator and the sub subsequent
sequent subsequent choice of Farris as president
of the state Senate, it is believed by
the knowing ones thaf Trammell
would remain as governor long
enough to assure Farris of an op opportunity
portunity opportunity of stepping into his shoes
as governof of Florida.
TOO WEARY TRAVELERS
Two young men, weary and worn
with long walking, came into the
Star office at 7:30 last night, and
asked us to write down in their book
the hour of their arrival here. They
stated that they were James Gang of
New Jersey and Wesley Hawkins of
Tampa, and that they were walking
from that city to New York, expect expecting
ing expecting to make it in forty days. They
left Tampa at 8:30 Sunday evening,
and have walked a good deal at
night on account of the heat. Their
actual walking time from there to
Volusia county will be in the guber-.Ocala was fort.v-three hours.
into them there are many items of
human interest. It was recently dis discovered
covered discovered in looking up some property!
on University avenue that no less a
person than Abraham Lincoln was
once employed by the city to help
straighten out some of the kinks in
the titles to property along that
avenue. While the eminent counsel
may have settled the case at the bar
very satisfactorily there are many
more in the same district somewhat
And the neglect to examine the
Iriflfi rliKPlr k a r-nncfnnt Krmroo rtf
trouble and expense as isseen almost
every day. A new structure on West I
We wish to call the attention 0fiChurcn s'reel '6 be!n& "uilt to Ahe
our readers to the advertisement, injline" and rubs the house on the next
another column, of the Florida State jiot so closely that the weatherboards
College for Women. The remarkable have ha'1 to be removed. Not many
growth of this institution has raised -vears aS on Avou Place a man built
it to an enviable position among a b,)1,e supposedly upon ground that
southern colleges. The enrollment he had bought and paid for and after
for the year ending June, 19 1 3, livinS tliere for some tiuie discovered
reached 413. j that he had built on the wrong lot
The attractive features of Talla- and had not the slightest legal title
hassee as regards climate and health-; to the ground upon which his house
fulness are well known; but a newstood- Fortunately he was able to
infirmary, a fully equipped gymnas- j trade the lot that did not belong to
ium, the services of a trained nurse ;him for the OI)e he had built on.
in charge of the infirmary, and thei Only last May a man on West Free Free-proi'essional
proi'essional Free-proi'essional service of the college! man street was laying out the ground
physician, all give assurance that the for the basement excavation on the
health of the student is a matter of! wrong lot when a friend happened
care to the authorities. along and called his attention to the
The advantages offered in the way mistake. Another man nearby an
of instruction are unsurpassed. Reg- Eureka street was preparing to build
ular academic college work leading and had the material on the ground
to the bachelor's degree, and special j when he heard of the incident and at
courses in art, expression, music,! once looked up his holdings to find
home economics, and professional j that he too, was building on another
training for teachers including the; man's lot. A man on West Spring Spring-training
training Spring-training school and kindergarten, arel field found upon examination that
given by specialists. The school of j the lot he had just bought was oc oc-music
music oc-music offers advantages unequaled j cupied by quite a part of his neigh neigh-elsewhere
elsewhere neigh-elsewhere in the state, and in only a'bor's house unbeknown to the neigh neigh-few
few neigh-few places in the entire south. j bor. It was allowed to stand until
The moral tone of the institution j such time as the neighbor sold when
is high. The home life is carefully! it was arranged that it must be re re-looked
looked re-looked after, and made attractive.! moved.
with a view of leading the young j East of lhe niinois Central, Uni Uni-women
women Uni-women to devote themselves happily versity avenue is squeezed down fit fit-to
to fit-to their college work. The young' ty.four feet iiv width while accord accord-women
women accord-women of Florida are to be congrat-jing to tne west side of the tracks it
ulated on having within their own should be sixty. four but no one
state a college offering the advant-jseems to know just where the lines
ages the Florida State College ior.should be West church street and
Women offers. That they appreciate
these opportunities seems to be shown
by the constantly increasing enrollment.
FOR MISS MILLER
The remains of Miss Claudia S.
Miller, who died at Newberry on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night, reached Gainesville
Tuesday morning and the funeral
was conducted from Holy Trinity
church at 9:30 o'clock by Rev. R. H.
Edwards, the rector, assited by Rev.
Mr. Grubb, of Lake City. The service
was attended by a number of friends
a number of whom came from New Newberry.
berry. Newberry. Interment was in the family
lot at Evergreen cemetery under di direction
rection direction of undertaker Robert McClel-
Prairie street are both crooked and
meander off onto property wllere
they do not belong. And an individ individual
ual individual does not gain ownership against
the public as against another individual.
DESIKAULE HOUSES FOR REM
Two large bouses la central Lo Location,
cation, Location, suitable for residence or
hoarding: houses; one S-room and
bath, and one H rooms and bath)
either house will accommodate two
families, and we will rent to suit
tenants. Apply to D. S. WoodfCw
or Elmer DeCamp. 5-26
Call on the Court Pharmacy when
you are in need of anything in the
line of office supplies. We have
We have a 56 page Cook Book for you, for the
asking. The Book contains Excellent Recipes lor
Baking with Fleischmann's Yeast. White
Bread (quick method), White Bread (sponge meth method),
od), method), White Bread (for use over night), Milk Bread,
WJiole Wheat Bread, Graham Bread, Rye Bread, Oat Oatmeal
meal Oatmeal Bread, Gluten Bread, Nut. Bread, Cocoa Bread,
Parker House Rolls, Tea Rolls, Dinner Rolls, Lunch
Rolls, English Muffins, Cornmeal Muffins, Oatmeal
Muffins, Graham Muffins, Sally Lunn Waffles, Wheat
Griddle Cakes, Cornmeal Griddle Cakes, Buckwheat
Cakes, Currant Tea Rings, Children's Rusk, Sweet
French Buns, Buns, Cinnamon Rolls, Plain Frosting,
Hot Cross Buns, Oven Scones, Zwieback, Cinnamon
Cake, Apple Cake, Doughnuts, German Coffee Cake,
Savarine, Rum sauce, Brioche, Bohemian Houska,
and many other recipes and suggestions.
Just phone us for the book or tell the boys on the wagons that
you want one. If you are a customer or not, the book is here for
11 y o
WHITE STAR LIME,
TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Qualify or Price.
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Most accessible beach resort for Ocala and Florida people.
VV. H. ADAMS, Owner and Manager
PABLO BEACH, FLA.
Forty minutes' rid from Jacksonville on the finest bathing beach
on the Atlantic coast American plan. Abundance
of sea foods. Reasonable rates.
Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. for your wants
Shoes Shoes Shoes
That are Stylish OI Good Quality That Fit The Feet
We have them for the Whole Family, for All Oceassions, Evening, Dress, and General Wear. When in need of
Shoes give us a trial, and we will convince you.
WE HAVE THEM IN TAX, CALF, KKOWX VICI, GUX METAL, BLACK VICI A XI) PATENT
Dry Goods, Ladies' Ready to Wear.
E. T. HELVENSTON
Shoes, Men's Furnishings
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1913
Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate en Your
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lices
we employ none hut expert ve are im ponltlon to ufuarantee e e-ery
ery e-ery plet-e of work w coaMtroet to Mtan-1 the lnpeiln of tbe wont
rljcld InMpet'tors. It coMtst nothing to et our fiKnrm, and oo are the
vrlnner, whether we secure the contract or not. tilve u a trial.
M. W. TUCKER
POUT KIXG BLOCK
FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
HOME HOTEL OF THE STATF
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD
A. F. WILSON, Ass't Mgr. THOS. M. WILSON. Prop, and Mgr
' PHONE lOS
R FRESH MEATS
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
. REAL. ESTATE
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything y -wish,
on terms to suit.
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
Agent for a dozen of the best Fire insurance companies in the
country. Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
I Will be Pleased to Care for your Business in Any of These Lines.
F. W. DITTO Phone 285 OCALA, FLA.
The friend-winning prices
max we are maKing in our siore
will surely interest, you. Cold
type cannot do justice to the
extraordinary oflenngs. Buy
ing jewelry nere means
spending money right.
Style may change but
our high quality, low price
standard of jewelry sell
ing remains fixed.
Here you will find
a satisfying assort
ment of the world s
gem, silver silverware,
ware, silverware, novel
If you want a
ling gem set ring
at a decided price
For your sweetheart mar married
ried married or otherwise a diamond
solitaire is eminently proper.
Nothing better as an engage
ment or birthday ring; Surprise Father,
Husband or Brother with a nice ring. We
have splendid assortment of eems in up-to-
the-minute setting at nrices to
suit tne thinnest pocket book. You
will find rings to suit everyone
men ana women ana little folks. Call m?l t .' 4
In now while the stock is complete. Jqj"
A. E. BURNETT
Try a DAILY STAR Want Ad-It Pays.
HOARD OF TRADE WORK
Office of Farmer s Co-operative Dem Demonstration
onstration Demonstration Work.
U. S. Dept. of Agriculture,
Bureau of Plant Industry,
Washington, July 11. 1013.
.Mr. J. D. Ilooney. Secretary Board of
Trade. Ocala, Fla.
Dear Sir:--Mrs. Caroline H. Moore Moore-head,
head, Moore-head, who has charge of the canning
club work in your county, has called
our attention to the cordial and ef effective
fective effective co-operation which you have
been giving in that work. We are
always glad to hear about progres progressive
sive progressive officers of the boards of trade
who are far-sighted enough to ap appreciate
preciate appreciate the importance of building
up the country upon which their
cities are so largely dependent. This
side of the work of the boards of
trade has been too often neglected,
the emphasis has been put upon
building up things within the city
limits. I do not believe that a city
will continue to grow and prosper un unless
less unless it extends its useful activites.
Girl's Canning Club work is grow growing
ing growing rapidly throughout the south,
and we expect these club members
to accomplish much for themselves
and for their counties and cities.
Again thanking you for your in interest
terest interest and help in this work, 1 am,
Signed. O. B. Martin,
Assistant in Charge of Demonstration
1 1ELLE V 1 E W'S 1 JUI ICS ET
Belleview, July 2 4. The social
event of the week was Mrs. Haskell's
entertainment, given to the Method Methodist
ist Methodist Sunday school last Tuesday even evening,
ing, evening, at her commodious home on the
Lake Weir hard road. Two big
wagon loads of youngsters, includ including
ing including the Methodist preacher, piled out
and took the house by storm. A
pleasant evening was enjoyed, and all
departed for their homes feeling bet better
ter better for the experience.
We are giad to note that Mrs.
Laird, who has been very ill at the
residence of her sister, Mrs. Adam
Hayner, is somewhat improved.
Mr. Geo. E. Merrill left last Sun Sunday
day Sunday night for his old home in nor northern
thern northern Vermont. He went via M. &
M. steamer from Boston, thinking
the salt water trip would improve
his condition. Mr. Merrill will re return
turn return when cooler weather prevails.
Mrs. YV. T. Evans has received no notice
tice notice from Superintendent of Public
Instruction Prof. J. H. Brinson. of
her appointment as teacher in the big
brick school house at Ocala for the
coming term. This appointment is
a recognition of the high standing
that Mrs. Evans has as a teacher of
Miss Ella Lyles went to Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field one day last week and visited
with Mrs. Charles Davis for several
days, and then proceeded to Ordando,
where she will visit with friend be before
fore before returning to Belleview.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Cooke were Bel Belleview
leview Belleview representatives at the box so social
cial social held at Summerfield last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night.
A little automobile party last Sun Sunday
day Sunday consisted of Mr. Edgar Roths Rothschild,
child, Rothschild, Mrs. M. A. Tremere, Minnie
Tremere, Miss Birdie Hackney, and
Sniglefoot. The water was of the
appetite raising varitey and all had
a hearty good time.
On last Tuesday quite a caravan
passed through Belleview in the
shape of the county road building
crew. In the lead was Mr. Henry
Gordon, superintendent of county
road construction. Several teams fol followed
lowed followed behind, then the huge steel
cage on wheels that housed the con convict
vict convict working gang, rolled along fill filled
ed filled with zebra stripped inmates look looking
ing looking like a circus animal wagon; then
the large portable kitchen, and fol following
lowing following that, teams of various descrip descriptions,
tions, descriptions, rilled with tools, feed and other
supplies brought up the rear. This
imposing outfit will bivouac at North
Lake Weir and will start construction
work on the hard road connecting
North Lake Weir with the Leesburg
and Lake county hard road. This
will complete a good hard road thru
from Gainesville to Leesburg, Tavar Tavar-es,
es, Tavar-es, Eustis, Mt. Dora, and Orlando,
and this effort is the result of con continuous
tinuous continuous work on the part of ex-County
Commissioner Nathan Mayo and
his successor, Mr. Joe Davis.
Mr. Ed Collens is overhauling
the Florida National Land Com Company's
pany's Company's automobiles in Walter Nel Nelson's
son's Nelson's garage.
Mrs. A. M. Lantz has just returned
from Tennessee, and is visiting with
her daughter. Mrs. U. R. Bryant.
Mrs. P. H. Hale has been spend spending
ing spending the past week or so at Micanopy,
receiving medical treatment from one
of the foremost physicians of that
place, and we are glad to note that
her health is greatly improved.
Mr. Bruce Meffert was a transient
business visitor to Belleview Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Mrs. J. E. Murrey, who has been
visiting with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. N. Fielding, has returned to
her home at Gainesville.
TT frpi wt
The Greatest Sensation of the-Year ONE MILLION BARGAINS
You Will Wonder How We Do It'
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS AND SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND
CHILDREN, YOU CAN'T AFFORD NOT TO ATTEND THIS MAMMOTH
SALE. "KNOCK-OUT" MEANS EVERYTHING MUST GO REGARD REGARDLESS
LESS REGARDLESS OF FORMER PRICE. GOODS MUST RE SEEN TO APPRECIATE
AT KNOCK-OUT PRICES !
One lot Men's Tailored Suits, values
up to $8, Knock Out Price. .$3.88
One lot Men's Tailored Suits, values
up to $15, Knock Out price $0.47
One lot of Men's Tailored Suits, val values
ues values up to $17.50, Knock Out
One lot Men's Tailored Suits, values
up to $25, Knock Out price, per
This includes our entire stock of
MEN'S ODD PANTS
One lot of Men's Pants, value up to
$2, Knock Out price 95c
One lot of Men's Pants, value up to
?3, Knock Out price SI. 67
One lot of Men's Pants, value up to
$4, Knock Out price 82.07
One lot Men's Pants, value up to
$5.50, Knock Out price . .3.88
Men's Checked Wash Pants, $1 val values,
ues, values, Knock Out price 7i!c
200 Pair of 3Ien's W. L. Douglass
Shoex, regular prices $3 to $4, in
this sale at $1.73.
Ladies' $3 Shoes will be given to the
first twenty-five ladies for. .$1.25
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
One lot very latest styles and pat patterns,
terns, patterns, value $1, Knock Out price,
LADIES' WHITE WASH SKIRTS
Values up to $1.50, Knock Out price,
AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS
and $1.50 values. Knock Out
Fisltel & Son
DR. J. HARRY .VALTERS
Office Telephone 78
Residence Telephone 495
Mcintosh, July 24. Mrs. Dave
Dickson and children of Lakeland
are the guests of her brother, Mr. H.
Mr. S. II. Gaitskill left early this
week for Lexington, Ky., to join Mrs.
Gaitskill and visit his brother. Later
on they will go to Maryland for a
Mrs. W. G. Xors worthy and daugh daughters.
ters. daughters. Misses Louise and Edna, are
back from a ten days' visit to Tampa,
Mr. J. S. Neal was a Gainesville
isitor on Wednesday.
Three autos filled with pienicers
of Mcintosh and vicinity took a day's
outing at Silver Springs on Tuesday.
After a pleasant day spent in the
garden spot of Florida, they filled
their machines for the trip home
about dark ,but owing to the numer numerous
ous numerous mishaps and one machine getting
cranky, the best part of the night
was spent on the road. However, all
returned home early the next morn morning.
ing. morning. Autos are not the only things that
get cranky around Mcintosh, as we
have seen some marine motors that
at times just refuse to 'mote." We
had an example of this on Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon when one of the young
men of town started for a joy ride,
but after hunting for and finding
trouble for several hours, or until
dark, he decided that as it was near
supper time he would not go very
far, but it is rumored that he could
not go very far, as the engine ab absolutely
solutely absolutely refused to run.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Turnir-seed left
on Thursday for several months
visit to South Carolina, their first
stop being Newberry.
Rev. Chas. W. Cooke, A. B., de delivered
livered delivered an anti-saloon lecture on
Tuesday evening before an apprecia appreciative
tive appreciative audience in the Methodist
D d You Ever Lose a Fish?
It is lots better to go fishing in a wash tub than
to go rigged out with rotten lines and hooks that will
snap when the big fish gets on.
Buy our strong lines and springy poles and prop properly
erly properly tempered hooks and you'll not lose your temper
when the big fish gets on; you will land bim.
Tackle our tackle.
If you are a housewife you cannot j
reasonably hope to be healthy or;
beautiful by washing dishes, sweep-!
ing and doing housework an aay,
and crawling into bed dead tired at
night. You must get out into the
open air and sunlight. If you do this
every day and keep your stomach
and bowels in good order by taking
Chamberlain's Tablets when needed,
you should become both healthy and
beautifU4. For sale by all dealers, ad
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are In a position to
make some attractive prices on It. We are the only dealers
in this section of the country that handle this brand o! fence and
have demonstrated in the past that It is absolutely the best,
strongest fence on the market, and running it as we have in
competition with the many inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had some phenomenal sales on it and made many friends
z.n l customers. Give us your orders, If the good3 don't make
good we will.
MMIGHT as. LANG
Advertise in the DAILY STAR-It Pays
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1913
DKriDEl) NOT TO DECIDE
fUUALA SOU1AL Ar r AlKbl
(If you have any items for this department call phone 100)
A most enthusiastic assemblage of 5 daughter are expected up from Tarn- j
ladies at the Woman's Club rooms pa early next week tor an extended
yesterday afternoon in response to. visit with Mrs. McKean's parents :
the special all meeting to discus.i Judge and Mrs. W. Bullock and ;
wavs and mrfTs?or a club house. It i family.
was unanimously decided to build,!
and at as early a dat3 as possible a ir. Win. Gramlin. of Waycross.
magnificent .liuildingwill be placejij Ga.f is the house guest of Mrs. S. A
on their lotjwmcn is locaieu on kjh--. Ellis and family at their home on
iaa-aha-Kf enue. The lot is paid for Oklawaha evenue.
and the ladies have enough funds to j
warrant the placing of the house.; Mrs Albert Gerig will leave next
They hope to have it completed in 3undav for Asheville, X. C. to spend
December, ready for use on the first ; the balance of the sumrner.
of the year, and are congratulating j
tViomsol vps nn ttiir wondprfnl sue-!
,J Mr. and Mrs
cess in tms great unaertaKing. 11
will be a splendid addition to Ocala's j
progress and located as it is so near
the business section will add very
greatly to its convenience as a social
center for occasions of all kinds. The
executive board will meet on Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon to appoint all neces necessary
sary necessary working committees to put the
work through by the earliest possi possible
ble possible date.
T. H. Johnson are
contemplating a trip very soon.
i They will be accompanied by their
daughter, Miss Clara, and exepect to
be away for some time in the moun mountains
tains mountains and other popular resorts.
Mrs. Chas. R. Tydings, president olfrom thejr visk tQ
the Ocala VVoman's Club, entertained L.jje
Mrs. Hanewacker, of Lakeland, is
in the city for a few days, the guest
of her father, Capt. Tucker.
Mrs. Wm. E. Smith and little
daughter, Chivalette, have returned
friends in Gaines-
a few friepdfe this afternoon at a
most deligmTpl splash party, at her
Matilda Apel. of Orange
picc, .uuc .wtlx6C ol .wnU "Springs, is the guest of Miss Gertrude
Weir, in hondr of her guest, Mr. Edwing
win swnr. iiitf'-waueriJii oaritone
singeivwho so charmed the audience
Temple a few evenings ago,
under the auspices of the Woman's
Club. Mr. Swain remembered Lake
Weir only as a barefooted boy re remembers
members remembers his sweetest childhood
dream, and the afternoon was one of
exceptional pleasure to him. A mag magnificent
nificent magnificent supper was served at twi twilight
light twilight near the cottage door beneath
the shadow of orange trees and the
broad, sheltering boughs of the mag magnificent
nificent magnificent oaks. Those enjoying this
lovely party with Mrs. Tydings were
Misses Ophelia Sawtell, Cecil Downs,
Clara Johnson, Annie Davis, Jeanet
Weathers and Virginia Sistrunk, and
Messrs. Edwin Swain, Robert Tyd Tydings
ings Tydings and LaGrange Sistrunk Dr. Har Harry
ry Harry Walters, and Mrs. Sistrunk.
The many friends of Mrs. John
Bailey will be pleased to learn that
she is recovering from a very tedious
attack of cold and fever, at her home
in the third ward.
Mr. Edwin Swain is in the city for
the week and visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tydings and fam family.
ily. family. Little Misses Elizabeth and (Vir (Virginia
ginia (Virginia Nelson will arrive tomorrow
afternoon from their home in Hyde
Park, Tampa, for a visit with Mrs.
J. A. McClymonds at her home in the
Miss Ethel Haycraft is receiving
the congratulations of her admiring
friends upon her appointment as as assistant
sistant assistant music instructor to Prof.
Pefferkorn, the musical director at
Brenau College (her alma mater)
for next year. Miss Haycraft has ac accepted
cepted accepted the position and will take up
her duties there at the beginning of
the school year. It is a most deservr
ing compliment to one of Ocalas
most gifted young ladies.
Mrs. Frank L. Watson, so pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly remember by many in Ocala
and who now makes her home in
Jacksonville, will leave that city on
next Sunday, sailing on the Lenape
for Lake George, N. Y., to spend the
remainder of the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Dickson and lit little
tle little daughter, after a delightful visit
with relatives at Anderson, S. C, are
now' most delightfully located in
Hendersonville, X. C. where they
will remain until time to return to
their home in this city.
Sit Choice Made at the Meeting f the
I Jar Association
At the meeting oi" the bar associa association
tion association or the fifth circuit this afternoon
the courthouse it was decided not
:o make a recommendation to the
io.ernor adi.-ing the appointment
a district attorney.
'I he meeting was called to order!
by Judge W. S. Bullock, an honorary j
member 01 the association. Mr. G.
V. Ramsey of Brooksvilie, was elect elected
ed elected chairman and Mr. D. Xiel Fergu Ferguson
son Ferguson o: Ocala. .secretary.
I: was moved that the association
make no recommendation to the gov governor
ernor governor as to the appointment of said
ofncial. Alter considerable discus discussion,
sion, discussion, a vote was taken, and the mo motion
tion motion was carried by a vote of 27 to
11'. The vote would indicate that
there were thirty-nine present, while
there were only thirty-one, several of
the visiting attorneys having voted
the proxies of other members of the
association who .vere unable to be
A motion was made that the gov
ernor be asked to call a primary elec
tion for the purpose of getting an ex expression
pression expression of the people of the whole
circuit, but a motion to adjourn was
carried at this juncture and prevent prevented
ed prevented any further business.
So, as far as the bar of the district
is concerned, the matter of appoint appointing
ing appointing a district attorney for the circuit
stands just where it has ever since
the resignation of Mr. Davis was an announced
nounced announced some days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Ellis, who have
been spending some time with friends
and relatives at Citra, were in the
city today and will return to their
home at Buckingham in a few days.
Mrs. H. S. Chambers and her
mother, Mrs. Blocher. returned today
from Eaton, Ind., after a two months'
Mrs. G. S. Scott will leave tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for Birmingham, Ala., to make
an extended visit with her son, Dr.
Laurie Scott and family.
Mrs. R. A. Burford and family and
their guest, Mrs. Gay Livingston, are
anticipating a delightful visit to
Xorth Lake Weir next week, going
down on Monday for the entire week.
They will occupy one of the Connor
cottages during their stay.
Mrs. Ralph Birdsey has given her
dainty little daughter the beautiful
name "Emily Cecile." Mrs. Birdsey
and children will conclude their visit
with Mrs. Birdsey's mother, Mrs. H.
A. Ford, in this city, about August
1st, returning to their home in Ma Macon,
con, Macon, Ga.
Little Miss Elizabeth Xeuhan
Fishel was the center of attraction
at her mother's room in the hospital
yesterday afternoon when she made
her debut to society, receiving with
her mother several of their friends.
Miss Fishel is a wonderfully pretty
baby and bids fair to rival her charm charming
ing charming mother in the gift of talents. Her
many friends are wishing for her a
long and happy life, fully rounded
out with years of usefulness.
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Mrs. Sue E. Frjnk is having a de delightful
lightful delightful visit yUh her daughter and
grandchildren AatTSnsley, Ala. Mrs.
Frink expects td remain there until
15AXD CONCERT PROGRAM
in this cit
The many friends of Mrs. D. G.
Haley, formerly of Ocala, will regret
to learn of her continued illness at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. J. Phillips in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Edwin Spencer and little son
arrived home yesterday from a visit
of several weeks with Mrs. Spencer's
mother at Pablo Beach. She was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by her sister.
Miss Josephine Bullock is expected
home this afternoon from Tallahas Tallahassee,
see, Tallahassee, where she has spent the past
few weeks so delightfully as the
house guest of Miss Omera Hollo Hollo-way.
way. Hollo-way. The children of the Junior Civic
League invited a large number of
their friends to join them this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at the civic park and enjoy
the afternoon, playing games and
later in the evening a marshmallow
roast will be enjoyed by all present.
Mrs. G. R. McKean and llittle
The following program will bt
given by the Metropolitan Band on
Friday evening. July LMth, at 8:15
"Star Spangled Banner."
March, "The Sparkler" E. G. Allen.
Medley ovtrtures, 'Living Pic
tures" C. W. Dalbey.
Waltzes. "Loveland"- A. Holz-
m an n.
Medley overture. 'Living Pic
Xo. 8" J. B. Lampe.
March, "Ragtime Soldier Man"
Overture, "Peerless" F. H. Losey.
Schottische, "Four Little Black Blackbirds"
birds" Blackbirds" L. B. O'Connor.
Medley. "Superba" C. "W. Dalby.
A. E. Gerig. Director.
THE LWVTKV TEAM
The members of the Lawtey base baseball
ball baseball team arrived this afternoon on
the Seaboard, and put up at the Har Harrington.
rington. Harrington. They are as follows:
C. W. George, Bill Brown, M.
Brown. R. Lastinger, H. B. Bennett
E. E." Birney, A. C. Pearce, R. E.
Hern. G. H. Moore.
It is a sturdy looking crowd, and
it is evident that our boys have their
work cut out for them. The game
will be called at 4:30.
ALREADY SCPERR HOTEL
WILL BE IMPROVED
Fifty Thousand Dollars Will le Ex Expended
pended Expended on the Magnificent
The Windsor hotel management
will spend in the neighborhood of
$"0,U00 in remodeling, renovating
and re-furnishing the Windsor hotel
before the opening of the fall season,
according to Thomas Wilson, pro proprietor
prietor proprietor of the hotel.
Three new 150 horsepower boilers
are now being installed, standpipes
will be erected in the halls of the
building, and later on plans to re remodel
model remodel and enlarge the dining room
will be put into effect.
The renovating of the building will
begin at once, and there will be
thousands of dollars of new furni furniture
ture furniture and carpets placed within the
next few months.
The past season was possibly the
best the hotel has ever had, said Mr.
Wilson, and the outlook for the fu future
ture future is such as to warrant the spend spending
ing spending of good money in large amounts
to keep the hotel in the van of the
hostelries of the state. Jacksonville
AT THE TEMPLE THIS EVENT NG
"The Power that Rules." Vita Vita-graph;
graph; Vita-graph; drama.
"His Undesirable Relative."
"The Secret Marriage." Kalem.
"The School Principal." Lubin.
No Daintier Lunch
Can be imagined than one prepared
from our deviled ham ot tongue,
luncheon cheese, olives and a hun hundred
dred hundred other dainty and appetizing spe specialties.
cialties. specialties. And they can be made
ready in a few moments. Xo bother,
no cooking. Just open and serve.
Better have a supply on hand. They
are mighty handy to have in the
J. L. Smith Grocery Co.
PHOXE 4 34
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We Have Everything that the
Dressy Man Needs.
Here Are a Few of Our Seasonable Goods:
Mohair, Wash, Worsted and Serge Suits.
White Serge, Blue Serge and other Light
Straw Hats, Silk and Flannel Hats.
A Beautiful line of Silk Caps, and
Wash and Silk Ties.
The Famous Savoy Shirt.
SPECIAL:Reduction on all Straw Hats,
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OCALA CIIUHCII DIRECTORY
PRESBYTERIAN Corner of Ft.
King avenue and Watula street; pas pastor
tor pastor V. H. Dodge; residence 309 Ft.
King avenue; phone 233. Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.;
superintendent V. H. Dodge; morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clack; Junior Mis Mission
sion Mission Society 3 p. m.; evening sermon
7:4 5 o'clock. Midweek prayer meet meeting
ing meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30.
CATHOLIC North Magnolia St.;
priest, D. Bottolacio; residence 327
North Orange street; Sunday ser services:
vices: services: High mass 10 a. m.; vespers
T p. m.; Sunday school 3 to 5 p. m.;
communion services second Sundays
6:30 a. m.; also regular service.
CHRISTIAN East Broadway be between
tween between Watula and Osceola streets;
pastor W. H. Coleman; residence 98
Sanchez street; phone 264; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.,
superintendent C. T. Hooper; morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clock; Christian En Endeavor
deavor Endeavor 4 p. m.; evening sermon 7:45
o'clock. Midweek prayer meeting
Wednesday evening 7:30 o'clock.
BAPTIST Corner North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia and North Second streets; pastor
Bunyan Stephens; residence 520 Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha avenue; phone 314; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.,
superintendent W. T. Gary; morning
sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Baptist
Young People's Union 4 p. m.; Senior
Baptist Young People's Union 6:45
p. m.; evening sermon 7:45 o'clock.
.Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday
evening 7:30 o'clock.
METHODIST Corner Fort King
avenue and South Main street; pastor
J. 3. Ley; residence 9 9 Fort King
avenue; phone 157; Sunday services:
Sunday school 9:30 a. m., superin superintendent
tendent superintendent L. N. Green; morning ser sermon
mon sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Epworth
League 4 p. m.; Senior Epworth
League, 6:30 p. m.; evening sermon
7:45 o'clock. Midweek prayer meet-
, ' J VrW
TO THE LAMES.
I have just received a shipment of Mid-Summer
Millinery, and you will find the styles all the latest
chic, spic and span. ;!:
White Felts Built Especially for ff
seashore and Mountain
Also a complete line of Ready-to-Wear Shapes,
ich will hf sold at lnwpst nrirp? Rihhnns nnH !!
which will be sold at lowest prices. Ribbons and
Trimmings of every description.
ls Mary Affleck,
Commercial Bank Building.
'X-xk-xk-x-x-'X-xx-x-x: -.-:..: -xx:xx:-x-xx
ing Wednesday evening 7:30. Choir
practice Friday evening at church.
Try a Star want ad.
Dr. Woods Hutchinson, the Famous
ICE IS YOUR HEALTH GUARDIAN. YOUR BEST
FRIEND IN HOT WEATHER.
OUR ICE IS CHEAP ENOUGH FOR EVERYBODY
TO HAVE PLENTY OF IT.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
Ask the well dressed man about us
he'll tell you. Rivers, the Harring
ton Hall Haberdashery.
KMGIITS OF PYTHIAS
0":ala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday a 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
dr:grstore. .t cordial welcome to visit-
i'lsr brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Cas. K. Sage. K. R si. Ad.
At RIGHT PRICES
The Furniture Men
For soreness of the muscles,
whether induced by violent exercise
or injury, there is nothing better
than Chamberlain's Liniment. This
liniment also relieves rheumatic
pains. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
OCVLA LODGF !VO. 71. P. O. K.
X-al3 Lodge No. 2M. rertvolent and
fr.-e t ve Order of E'.ks. meets thf
-,...:! and fourth Tuesday evening is
caci !-: jnth. Vis't'ns brethren alwa?
welcome. Chas V Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell. tc-?tary Ad.
CIIAPTEtt .-NO. 13, H. .. 5t.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. II., on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:20 p. m.
C. E. Connor. H. P.
Jake Erown, Secretary. Ad.
If it is Machinery you want, we have it Write
us for catalogue, prices and terms.
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Hench & Dromgold, Geiser 'TeerlesC and Smith. Myers & SchnierSaw
Mills in all sizes and capacities; Erie City, Geiser "Peerless," and Houston,
Stanwood & Gamble Engines and Boilers in all sizes; Challoner, and Perkins
Shingle Machinery; Band Saws, Edgers, Grist Mills, "Peerless" Threshers,
Planers, Steam Feeds, and various other Machinery, Repairs and Mill Supplies.
We can furnish you the best Machinery on the market and at the same
time save you money. We have no branch house.
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THE OCA LA EVENING ST A It, THITLSDAY. JULY J4. 1013
W00DR0W WILSON AND
Whal Professor Wilson
0 ""1 This, story is told of a conversation which Woodrow
! Wilson had, some years ago, with a New Jersey legisla-
v j tor' about a new commission which it was proposed to
f 0ftfi establish:-
"How are the members of the commission to be
Wferfet' given their places? By appointment?" asked Mr. Wilson.
rso, said the Legislator, "we thought that should
be left to the people."
"You mean that they ought to be elected?"
"Were you elected by the Deonle?" asked Wilson
At this the office holder colored a little and said, "Professor, I see you
know something about politics."
The future President then began to earn the compliment by showing how
much he really did know. Said he, "I can name the gentleman who elected
you; his name is known to everybody in the State; he lives in county,
but it is not necessary that I should name him. You were elected by him and
not by the people of your district. And it is interesting to know why that is
true. You were elected on a ticket that contained, at a guess, one hundred
and twenty-five names. Now, there is no community in this country that can
select for itself one hundred and twenty-five persons to be voted for. It is too
u jUU) i i-auuui uuuc 111 men. ajr. 11. fiill tjeiKCL llilct! UI 1UUX
persons, but tutside of that number I doubt if it can select any."
That is the gist of Woodrow Wilson's criticism of American politics, the
pontics wnich he taught for twenty-five years, and to which, as the political
head of this country he will address himseif for the next four years.
j expressed in a more positive way, his remedy for our political ills is
literally simplicity itself. It was four years ago that he said in one of his
first "political" addresses:
"Simplification! Simplification! Simplification is the task that awaits us;
to reduce the number of persons voted for to the absolute workable minimum,
knowing whom you have selected; knowing whom you have trusted, and hav having
ing having so few persons to watch that you can watch them; That is the way we are
going to get popular control back in this country, and that is the only 'way
we are going to get political control back. Put in other elected officers to
watch those that you have already elected, and you will merely remove your
control one step further away. Elaborate your government; place every
officer upon his own dear little statute, make it necessary for him to be
voted for, and you will not have democratic government."
It was the same principle of simplification he had in mind last spring
when he announced his intention to use the President's room in the Capitol.
For, as he says, "We must particularly get rid of this idea that the several
parts of government must be shy of each other. The people cannot watch
a three-ring circus." That is another of his aphorisms.
And when all this is summed up and boiled down we have the Short Ballot,
which means that when the process is completed the people will have an in instrument
strument instrument of so few parts that it will require no professional mechanic to
operate it. The expert politician who has been indispensable in the past,
and whom we have spurned as the "boss," will find himself without an oc-
cupation. He will not be needed because' the voters will really elect their
representatives instead of just fondly believing they did.
The remaining articles will tell how this principle is already being worked
vul in our cuies, counties ana states.
All work given my personal attention. If you
want the best work, at the most reasonable prices,
give me a chance. Out of town work given prompt attention.
1 '-. .A?f'-".
J. D. McCAKnLL,ConrBuiircier.
Plans and Estimates Furnished on Application
P. O. Box 356. OCALA, FLORIDA
Migflni Grade IPriritingf
Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE
THE SHORT BALLOT
Knew About Politics
Per cent I arger
50 Per cent Larger
No Lost Space.
More Comtor table to
Most Modern in Every
Easier to Rent or Sell.
Statv Seiiatii- Van Yalzah Will be in
the (jiutH'i-iialorial I late
Jacksonville Metropolis )
Dr. J. A. Van Valzah, .taie ;eu ;eu-ator
ator ;eu-ator ;rom Volusia county, in the cii
today, states that he will eertaini
be a candidate lor the governorship
oi' Florida, at the next campaign.
Ilia piattorm will be. he says, the i
rights of the common people, or, in ;
other Tvor, pure JerTerscnian dc :i: ;
ocracy, as 'known to our lathers, and j
not as interpreted bv many so-called!
democrats of today. j
".It is too soon yet," he said, "to!
publish my iuii piattorm, but i have j
one that is a winner. Politics in this!
state and country is mixed so that it j
is hard to tell a democrat from anyone j
eise, but 1 will establish the fact that)
real democracy is not dead, and will
bring it to the front, to its rightful
Dr. Van Valzah made a hard light
for his insurance regulation bill in
the last legislature, but lost it in the
end. He still believes that with it
an issue in his campaign, the peo people,
ple, people, who alter all are the beneficiar beneficiaries
ies beneficiaries under the provisions, will sustain
him and give him the highest honor
thev can bestow in the state.
SOUTH LAKK UK Hi
South Lake Weir, July 2 4. Rev.
E. C. Albertson and wife and son,
Walter, returned from an extended
visit in DeLand and Daytona Beach.
While gone they enjoyed the bathing
in the grand old Atlantic ocean.
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Brown and son,
Carl, are here visiting Mrs. Brown's
parents. Mrs. Brown has learned to
run her automobile quite well and all
her friends are glad to see her back
Miss Sallie Sigmon of Tanina. is
visiting her parents while she is on I
her vacation. j
Mr. and -Mrs. A. (1. tla-tes of Ocala. 1
came down Sunday ai'ternoon to call i
on Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Gates. I
Mrs. C. K. Brown and Miss Juanitaj
! Lytle carried a jolly party of young
folks in their autos to Leesburg Mon Monday.
day. Monday. They enjoyed the day shopping
and picnicing. Those in the party
were Misses Minnie and Winnie Al-i
ierion, Maggie Lytle, Irene dates,
Messrs. Carl Lytle and Milton Sligh.
Mrs. Frank Henderly and daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Irene, met with quite an acviueni
Tuesday oi' this week. They were
out to ri.te near Stanton, when the
horse ue.-anie t lightened and ran
away, throwing them both to the
ground bruising them both very bad badly,
ly, badly, but fortunately, no bones were
Mr. Arthur Adams and Charles
Brown are the banner fishermen here
this week, as they have caught about
100 pounds of fish or more.
Mr. Harry Croft and family oi' Dal
las, have moved into the Mills place
or a few weeks to enjoy the lake
bathing, and their many friends are
glad to have them here again.
There is a lively party here from
Coleman. They are occupying the
I ones cottage. There is in the party
ten girls and eiglit young men.
Thev are enjoying bathing, etc..
To Identify the Corpse.
In the blanks which life insurance
companies provide their medical exam examiners
iners examiners for use in recording the data of
the examination of the applicant for
insurance, they provide a space for
personal marks which may be used to
identify the insured after h. A
western company recently -d a
report from an examining physician
with the following in the identification
blank: "He ha- a strong Cornish ac accent."
cent." accent." Lippincott's.
There is more catarrh In this sec section
tion section of the country than all other dis diseases
eases diseases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incur incurable.
able. incurable. For a great many years doc doctors
tors doctors pronounced it a local disease
and prescribed local remedies, and
by constantly failing to cure with lo local
cal local treatment, pronounced it incura incurable.
ble. incurable. Science has proven catarrh to
be a constitutional disease and there therefore
fore therefore requires constitutional treat treatment.
ment. treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu manufactured
factured manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., To Toledo,
ledo, Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional
cure on the market. It is taken in internally
ternally internally in doses from 10 drops to a
teaspoonful. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer one hundred dol dollars,
lars, dollars, for any case it fails to cure
Send for circulars and testimonials.
Address. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo,
Ohio. Sold by drugstores. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipa constipation.
tion. constipation. Adv
When in need of anything in the
way of inks call at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. All colors in scock at all
times. 7-1 S-6t
Sallow complexion Is due to a tor torpid
pid torpid liver. SIMMON" RED Z LI.VER
REGULATOR puifies and strength strengthens
ens strengthens the liver, regulates the bowels,
sweetens the breath and restores the
ruddy hue of health to the cheeks.
Price, large package, 51; small size,
25c. Sold by all druggists. Adv
HE IS NOT ALWAYS MODEST
So-Called Self-Made Man Sometimes
Overestimates Himself, Asserts
Rev. Harry Emerson Fosdick voiced ;
the pentup conviction of many
thoughtful men when he said to his :
Yale audience that the self-made man j
is not the greatest creation in the
j world. There are many truly self-made
I men whom we honor, and who carry
j their honors with becoming modesty.
Such men recognize the fact that,
thou2h they get the credit for their
own success, they owe it much to
their conceit that everybody wishes
they had wholly let out the contract
to somebody else. These are usually
the ones who in fact owe most and
credit least to others for their suc success.
cess. success. In the analysis we find that Mr. Fos Fos-dick's
dick's Fos-dick's conclusion is correct. There is
no such thing as a self-made man.
There are some men who owe success
much to circumstances and very little
to their own endeavor. There are on
the other hand men who have won
their place by adding self-sacrifice and
hard work to circumstances less fa favorable
vorable favorable than those on which the oth others
ers others rose. In men of both sorts mod modesty
esty modesty is becoming.
"It is not infrequent that the small
man achieves what is commonly ac accepted
cepted accepted as success. He is the one who
prates about his self-making, who is
particularly obnoxious and deserves
this rebuke. There are not so many
of him, but the few go a long way to
make a noise like a multitude. He
is cocksure that, since he deems he
has achieved what he set out to
achieve, his opinion on matters and
things is the final authority.
By sheer force of that pertinacity
and will force by which he has arrived
as he thinks he will often face
down in argument the man who has
a better reason. He assumes to be
a correct type of self-made man. He
may, indeed, do much good, and stand
as an example of what effectively ap applied
plied applied will power can do, but he needs
to be reckoned for what he is worth.
I And what he is really worth is much
j less than is commonly supposed.
Plant Immigrants Help Feed Us.
After experiments covering nineteen
years the Smyrna fig was introduced
in California, where it now is being
successfully grown. More than one one-half
half one-half of the rice now grown in Louis Louisiana
iana Louisiana and Texas is the Kiushu rice of
Japan, imported here in 1S99. The
Corsican citron, a superb variety, has
also been naturalized in California;
udo. a Japanese salad plant of great
value, is now being grown here; ex experiments
periments experiments are making by the bureau
of plant industry with the date palm
in arid regions of the west; -the carob
tree, or St. John's bread, from the
Mediterranean region, is flourishing
near Los Angeles; Egyptian cotton,
introduced in the Colorado river val valley,
ley, valley, may make that territory the
American Egypt; the development of
alfalfa in the west is well known; the
malia horseradish from Bohemia is
being grown in New Jersey; the man man-gosteen.
gosteen. man-gosteen. a delicious tropical fruit, is
now in Porto Rico, as well as in the
Panama canal zone, through the ef efforts
forts efforts of the bureau.
Charles L. Sinnixon, a London ad advertising
vertising advertising expert, was praising in New
York the change that has come over
the advertisement. "In advertising,
as in other things," he said, "it has
been found that honesty pays, and to today
day today throughout the world the success successful
ful successful advertiser is modest and conserva conservative
tive conservative in his statements. Advertising is
no longer mistrusted. Things are no
longer as they were in Phatt's day.
'You know Phatt, our 400-pound book
keeper?' said one man in the street j
to another. 'Yes, what of him?'
'Well, he saw an ad in the paper I
"Fat folks reduced, five dollars" and
he answered it.' 'Did he get any re reply?'
ply?' reply?' 'Oh, yes; it was just as adver advertised."
tised." advertised." 'That's good. And how much
was he reduced? 'Why, just as the
advertisement said five dollars.'
John Dicks Howe, a writer residing
in California, once took exception to
the assertion of a gentleman who casu casu-ally
ally casu-ally remarked that "all great men had
commenced at the bottom of the lad ladder
der ladder and worked thier way up to suc success."
cess." success." When asked to cite a case in
contrast, he replied, "Why, there is a
man in Omaha who started his life's
work practically a poor man, but by
close application to business has not
only gained a national reputation and
amassed a fortune, yet, contrary to the
usual custom, he commenced at the
top and worked downward." "What is
his business?" inquired the stranger.
"A well digger," replied Mr. Howe.
Built That Way.
Rankin Every time I get Tip to try
to make a speech I can feel my knees
Fyle Naturally. If your legs bent bent-outward,
outward, bent-outward, as mine do. Instead of in inward,
ward, inward, you wouldn't have any of that
"I ordered pork and beans, didn't
"Well, where's the pork?"
"Why, boss, you know the pork
part is only a polite fiction."
Redd: "Ever been hauled In "with
Greene: "By a rope or a cop, do
PRETTY CAKES AND SWEETS
Easy for Hostess to Entertain th
Little Friends of Juvenile Mem- j
bers of Her Household.
A great many parties are being
given for children, and hostesses as
never before are taking care that the
cakes and sweets they provide shall
be aesthetically pleasing as well as
good to the taste.
An attractive custard, for instance,
that they are serving, is reminiscent
of the seashore.
To make the custard, put three-,them
quarters of a cup of sugar in a sauce-
pan over the fire and let it "caramel,"
stirring frequently to prevent burn- i
ing. Add this to one pint of milk
in a double boiler then add two well-'
beaten eggs and half a teaspoonful of
Stir as" it cools until it coats the
spoon. Now put on one side to get
cold. When cold slip into miniature 1
pails, strew the top thickly with
brown sugar to represent sand
Fruit Vol au Vent Use the fruits
in season. Make a case of very light
puff pastry. Whip up two cupfuls of
thick cream, sweeten and flavor to
taste and have ready the fruit, raw
Put a layer of it in the case, then a
layer of the cream, then the rest of
the fruit. Lastly, heap the rest of the
cream on top; decorate with pre
Meringue Sandwiches a la Noel
Beat three egg whites stiffly, add a
pinch of salt and a few drops of ;
vanila extract, then gradually beat in j
four tablespoonfuls of sugar. Put the
mixture into a forcing bag with a 1
tube, and force it on to a glazed bak- j
ing-tin in long shapes.
Place in a sliehtlv warmed oven
until hi 'm. Remove. from the tin and
take out the soft centers from the j
undersides and put back in the oven j
until dry and crisp. When required i
for use fill with cream ice, straw-1
berry, pineapple, or orange. Stick!
two together and decorate with whip-!
ped and sweetened cream. i
Whenever several saucepans are on
the fire at once, place a large, clean,
white marble in those containing
milk, porridge, custard, stews, or any-;
thing requiring constant stirring. The
marble will roll about with the boil boiling,
ing, boiling, and so automatically keep the
liquid constantly stirring. There will
then be no chance of burning, and the
fatigue -of constant stirring and bend bending
ing bending over a stove will be avoided.
Never throw away pieces of lemon
after they have been squeezed with
the lemon-squeezer, for they come in
handy for removing stains from the
hands and elsewhere. Dipped into
salt they will scour copper kettles
nicely and remove stains from brass brass-work.
work. brass-work. Lemon like this will take
stains, dirt and odor from pans and
kettles as nothing else will. The
odors of fish and onions can thus be
Eggs are now cheap enough to ap appear
pear appear quite frequently on the luncheon
as well as breakfast bill of fare. One
way of serving them makes a particu particularly
larly particularly savory luncheon dish: Mince
two or three small onions fine and
brown nicely in butter; add two tea tea-spoonfuls
spoonfuls tea-spoonfuls of cider or tarragon vine vinegar,
gar, vinegar, a dash of pepper and quarter of
a teaspoonful of salt. Rutter a brown
: and white, or white enamel ware ueep
! pie dish, spread the onion over the
bottom and then break six or eight
eggs carefully over the mixture. Placo
in hot oven and when the eggs are
cooked to your fancy spread over them
a layer of buttered bread crumbs; let
them brown quickly; garnish the dish.
i and serve very hot.
Cork Flooring for the Kitchen.
An excellent new material is coming
into extensive use for kitchen floors.
It is a flooring made from squares of
cork, pressed under powerful weights
and baked. Each tile is about one-half
inch thick, in the natural cork browns.
The tiles are set into a plaster base
and become part of the floor. They
arct oTnonclvn hut fnr n nprminpnt
home they cannot be excelled, as the
flooring thus produced is impervious
to wear and will not absorb grease or
water. The great point is the restful restful-ness
ness restful-ness to the feet that such a surface
gives, besides its sanitary and artistic
qualities. Philadelphia Public Ledger.
Lettuce Boiled With Spinach.
Do not throw away the large, green
leaves of lettuce. Remember they are
rrpPT Thpv mav hp used shredded
greens, iney may De useu, bureuueu,
in a salad, as a parnish, in a vegetable
. ., , i, .,
EOUp Or boiled and bashed With epln-
nnri nr dnndplion Erreens
acn or aanaenon greens.
Make a rich biscuit dough and bake
in a shallow pudding or baking pan;
while hot, split open, butter and spread
each half with well-sweetened rhubarb
sauce, lay the halves one on the other
and serve with whipped cream.
s,,rP1.. CARPENTER AND BUR DER
Juice and rind of one lemon, yolks careful Estimates Made on All Con Con-of
of Con-of two eggs, one cup sugar, one cup ( tract Work. Gives more and better
milk, two tablespoons flour. Line work for the money than any other
plate with pastry and dot with bits of contractor in the city.
butter. Beat the whites of eggs very j
stiff, add to the other ingredients, and
bake slowly about three-quarters of an
hour. This is delicious.
A whiskbroom that has seen service
for some time was trimmed down neat neatly
ly neatly to a point, and is used foi dusting
and sweeping the corners of rooms,
and especially the stairs. It works
splendidly and saves the cost of buy buying
ing buying small brushes. Good Housekeeping.
We have for sale several slightly
used vehicles which we will sell at
bargain prices. Two top buggies,
one rubber and one steel tired; two
surries. one rubber and one steel
tired. Thesp arp in e-no.l shr.fo nnrf
ready for immediate use. Anyone in
need of them will find them real bar
gains at the prices. Call and
at our stables on South Mag-
;no! a street
Tompkins & Cobb,
Do You Wear
If you do they should always
be spotless and nicely pressed.
Pressing and cleaning is our
business. Call phone twenty-
DODSON & RENTZ. I
If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer bargains in
Choice Properties : :
M'lVER & m KAY
D. K. McIVEK and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. K. McIVER. .
C. V. ROBERTS..
How to Av jla TTioae Pains arscl D5lre
Which so Many Mothers Ilave Suffered.
It Is a pity more women do not know of
Iothpr' Friend. Here i a remedy that ftena
t "ti, expand without
women to go tbrouph maternity without pain.
nausea, morning RicKnens or any or toe ureaaeo.
fcymptoms ao familiar to many mothers.
There la no foolish diet to harass the mind.
The thoughts do not dwell onon pain and suf suffering:,
fering:, suffering:, for all anch are avoided. Thousand. of
women no longer resign themselves to the
thought that sickness and distress ate natural.
They know better, for In Mother's Friend they
have found a wonderful, penetrating remedy to
banish all those dreaded experienw.
It Is a subject every woman should be fami familiar
liar familiar with, and even though she may not require
uch a remedy, she will now and then tnwt
fme prospective mother to whom a word In
tjrae Mother's Friend win rm. ..
derrui Mesxing. This famous r-miy is di
IT all dnjugifcts, and la only fl.OM a bottl.
jt in for external use only, and Is really worth
' ,TB weight in gold. Write to-day to the Brad-
fi(I(J RnfuIator m UMr Bld; Atlaau,
j Ga., for a most valuable book,
Buttermilk at ueng s Drugstore, tf
Limitation May Ee Gainful.
Cowpc r could t 11 a story br.'cr and
more tersely in rhyme than n. rose.
The builder of enz:ns for ?' !;:. has
long been teach::. the Vj;..j : -n-
i gines for mills
materials and c:
same fashicr. thf
: point point-uev
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THE tX'ALA KVEX1XG STAR, Till KSDAY. .JILY 2J, 1913
KEEPING FLOOR IN CONDITION
R. C. MUNCASTER
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY
Ocala House Block
Liberally used with a Fenole Sprayer
home any and all kinds of insects or
Ants, Fleas, Roaches, Bedbugs, etc.,
house furniture. Also a sure shot fo
thorough application will remove the
sores. Will also destroy fleas on do
ly, holding the sprayer about fifteen
Ask your dealer for Fenole and
Quart, 75c; half gallon, $1.35; gallo
first gallon order.
will destroy and drive from your
vermin, such as Flies, Mosquitoes,
without harm to the user, or the
r ticks and flies on cattle. One
ticks from cattle without leaving
gs while you look. Spray very light light-inches
inches light-inches from the animal,
do not accept a cheap substitute,
n, $2.50. A 5-cent sprayer free with
red only by
FENOLE CHEMICAL CO.
For sale by Marion Hardware Co., O. K. Teapot Grocery Co., J. L.
Smith Grocery Co., Court Pha rinacy, and others.
IF. E. IVUcCLVIME, IV!. O.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. MCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7. Holder Block. Southwest Corner Public Square
Where Shall I Go To School ?
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
STANDS FOR BEST DKVKLOPMKNT
OF BODY, MIND AND KPIRIT OF
YOUNG MEN. 8 COL.L.KGES and Divis Divisions:
ions: Divisions: LIBERAL ARTS; LAW: ENGI ENGINEERING:
NEERING: ENGINEERING: AGRICULTURE: TEACH TEACHERS'
ERS' TEACHERS' COLLEGE: EXPERIMENT STA STATION;
TION; STATION; EXTENSION DIVISION: GRAD GRADUATE
UATE GRADUATE SCHOOL. 10 new brick build buildings,
ings, buildings, besides gymnasium, swimmins
pool and many subsidiary buildings. 61
in faculty and officers. 322 young men
from 45 Florida counties, and 21 states
and foreign countries last session.
TUITION: FREE. BOARD AND EN ENTRANCE
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES. $132.50 per year. Write
today for catalogue.
7-24-tf A. A. I liltPIIRKK, Ireileiit.
STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMKX
College of Arts and Sciences, Normal
School with Kindergarten Department.
School of Music. School of Art, School
I of Expression, Home Economics with
Extension Division Jieautnui location
beautiful buildings and first-class
equipment throughout, including gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium and swimming pool. Forty Forty-two
two Forty-two members of the faculty and other
officers. Four hundred and thirteen
students from forty-five Florida coun counties
ties counties and ten states.
TUITION FREE. BOARD AND EN ENTRANCE
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES. $124 per year. For
KIJWARD CONRAUI, President.
Want a Cook
Want a Clerk
Want a Partner
W ant a Situation
Want a Servant Girl
Want to Sell a Piano
Want to Sell a Carriage
Want to Sell Town Property
Want to Sell Your Groceries
Want to Sell Your Hardware.
Want Customers for Anything
Advertise DAILY in The STAR
Advertising is the Way to Success
Advertising Brings Customers
Advertising Keeps Customers
Advertising Insures Success
Advertising Shows Energy
Advertising is "Biz"
Advertise or Burst
A dvert i s e
Perfection of Results May Be Achieved
by the Use of Polish Easily Put
Together at Home.
Polishing ficors is hard work, and
calls for no end of elbow grease."
For a hardwood, or stained-wood floor.
takf eight ounces of yellow beeswax,
one quart of Venetian turpentine; cut
th- wax into small pieces and pour
the turpentine over it. and let it stand
in a ves-sel of warm water until dis dissolved,
solved, dissolved, which it will readily do; then
bottle. Apply a very little at a time
with a flannel cloth, rubbing until
there is none left on the surface, then
proceed until the whole floor is fin finished.
ished. finished. It keeps the floor in excellent
order and the polish is required ordi ordinarily
narily ordinarily about once in six months.
Soapsuds shculd never be used on a
hardwood floor that is oiled or waxed.
All that is needed is to wipe with a
cloth dampened in a little warm water
say a wash basin full to which about
two tablcspoonfuls of coal oil has been
added. One tablespoonful to the bas basin
in basin will be enough for anything unless
very dirty. The oil should be well
stirred into the water, the cloth just
dampened, wrung out as dry as possi possible
ble possible before use, and the floor polished
afterward with a clean flannel cloth.
This is good for matting also.
TRY THIS FOR SUNDAY TEA
Simple and Appetizing Meal That
Evolves Minimum of Work on
the Sabbath Day.
This is what Marjory "created" for
Sunday night tea, it being her duty,
as mother's oldest little girl, to pre prepare
pare prepare the Sunday suppers: She took
six eggs and boiled them half an hour;
peeled off the shells and chopped the
whites fine, and added them to two
cups of cream sauce, with half a cup
of finely minced boiled ham and pep pepper
per pepper to taste. On a hot platter she ar arranged
ranged arranged six slices of bread, the crust
removed before toasting; completely
covered the toast with the sauce mix mixture
ture mixture and arranged two hoops of gold
around the top of the yolks pressed
through a sieve. In the center she
put a few tablespoonfuls of green
peas and a little border of green peas
around the edge of the platter. She
explained that the ham was just the
crumbly scraps she found in the dish
in the pantry, and the peas might have
been used for a luncheon dish or din dinner
ner dinner salad the next day, but no one
mentioned that, as the dish was so
pretty and good, and a credit to the
inventive genius of a twelve-year-old
This is good cooked in a casserole.
If you haven't a French casserole, an
ordinary bean pot will produce the
same flavor, but this dish is not so
presentable on the table. Take two
pounds of neck of lamb or mutton, not
too fat, cut in two inch pieces and
put into the pot with half a cup of
sliced onion browned in some mutton
fat. Add two cups of boiling water
and cover. Simmer or cook in moder moderate
ate moderate hot oven for two hours. Parboil
the potatoes, a pint, cut in cubes, but
do not add to the meat until halt an
hour before serving. Add two table table-spoonfuls
spoonfuls table-spoonfuls of washed rice when the
meat has cooked half an hour, then a
cup of strained tomatoes and season seasoning
ing seasoning of salt, pepper and parsley. The
slower this cooks after the first half
hour the better.
How to Serve Young Carrots.
Scrape and chop, or cut into very
small dice, a bunch of small new car carrots.
rots. carrots. Put a porcelain pan over the fire
with butter the size of a guinea egg,
and when melted add the carrots and
stir and turn often with a spatula or
broad knife. Season with salt and
pepper and cook at moderate heat in
order to draw out the natural juices
of the carrots. This will keep them
from burning. After they have cooked
five minutes dredge lightly with flour;
add a very little water, stir again and
in five minutes add little more flour
and water. Cook until tender. The
result should be a creamy, perfectly
delicious mass and unlike any carrots
you've ever eaten before.
For packing butter for keeping the
following plan is a very reliable one:
To every twenty pounds of butter take
three pounds of salt, one pound of loaf
sugar, one-fourth pound of pulverized
saltpeter, and mix thoroughly. Put a
layer of butter, about eight inches
thick, then sprinkle on a light cover covering
ing covering of the mixture, then a layer of but butter,
ter, butter, then the mixture, alternating in
this way until your cask is full. Pack
the butter tightly in air-tight casks.
Butter put up in this way will last
a year, retaining its sweetness.
Half box gelatin soaked three
hours in one-half pint cold water, then
add one-half pint of boiling water, two
cups sugar. Strain, flavor and set on
ice till like jelly. Take the whites of
four eggs, beat to a stiff froth; bat in
with the other and set on ice For
the cream take the yolks of 'he four
eggs and one egg beside and bat with
four spoons of sugar. Add this to one
pint of milk which has be n scalded
and cook until like cream.
Higli Grade !Piiratimc
Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE
Eggs a la Goldenrod.
One tablespoon butter, one table-
! spoon flour, one-half teaspoon salt, one one-i
i one-i half saltspoon repper. one cup milk,
! three hard-boiled eggs, three slices
toast, parsley. Put butter in chafing
; dish. When bubbling add flour. Add
: the whites of the eggs chopped fine.
1 When hot pcur over the toast. Rub
j the yolks through a strainer over all
! and garnish with parsley.
We have a large and very choice lot of Summer
Goods remaining on our counters and shelves, and as
our buyer, Frank Gadson, will leave in a few days for
New York to buy the new Fall and Winter stock which
will be the largest and best we have ever carried, we
are compelled to sacrifice these goods, and therefore
offer the remaining summer goods at prices heretofore
unheard of. Regular cut-to-the-quick prices, without
regard to cost.
Men's Straw Hats,
Ladies' Fine Shoes in the smaller sizes.
Big line of Collars, Shirts, Ties and
Hosiery for Men
Dress Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons, etc.,
for the ladies and many other bargains in all depart departments
ments departments of the store, must go during the next few weeks
to make room for our great stock of new goods soon
F. P. GADSON, Proprietor
Onions that are overstrong in flavor
may be rendered less by slicing, then
putting in a colander and pouring
boiling water over them. After this
plunge into ice water and let remain
for half an hour. This will leave them
6weet and crisp. (
A TEXAS WONDER
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, wreak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in
both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1. One small
bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive
street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by drug druggists.
gists. druggists. Ad.
OKDKR OF EASTERN STAR
Eastern Star Chapter 29, regular
meeting first Friday night each
month at Yonge's Hall. Visitors wel welcome.
come. welcome. Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
Mrs. A. E. Burnett,
Scholars as Chefs and Waiters.
Boys just out of school are trained
by the London county council to be become
come become chefs and waiters. Not long ago
a luncheon to one hundred visitors
was cooked and served by the boys
who are being so trained.
During the summer months
mothers of young children should
watch for any unnatural looseness of
the bowels. When given prompt at attention
tention attention at this time serious trouble
may be avoided. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem Remedy
edy Remedy can always be depended upon.
For sale by ail dealers. Adv.
It was in the kindergarten. A Re Review
view Review on the subject of "The Indian"
was in progress. "Now, children,"
beamed the teacher, "who can remem remember
ber remember what the Indian woman is
called?" There was an interval of
profound silence; then an eager voice
piped up: "I know, teacher; squab."
UNSIGHTLY FACE SPOTS
Are cured by Dr. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment, which heals all skin erup eruptions.
tions. eruptions. No matter how long you have
been troubled by itching, burning or
scaly skin humors, just put a little
of that soothing antiseptic, Dr. Hob Hob-son's
son's Hob-son's Ointment on the sores and the
suffering stops instantly. Healing
begins that very minute. Doctors
use it in their practice and recom recommend
mend recommend it. Mr. Alleman of Littletown,
Pa., says: "Had eczema on fore-
ihead; Dr. Hobscn s Eczema Oint
ment cured it in two weeks." Guar Guarantee
antee Guarantee 1 to relieve or money refunded".
Price ruc. Pfeiffer Chemical Co.,
Philadelphia and St. Louis. Sold in
Ocala by Tydings & Co. Adv.
An Appreciative Orchestra.
Rubinstein had promised the or orchestra
chestra orchestra players a supper if one of his
operas should prove a succeea. It was
a dismal failure, and he went home
sadly. Presently the doorbell rang
and, behold, there were the players!
In response to his looks of astonish astonishment
ment astonishment they exclaimed, "We liked your
Dysentery Is always serious and
ofte na dangerous disease, but it can
be cured. Chamberlain's Colic, -v
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
cured it even when malignant and
epidemic. For sale by all dealers, ad
Words Stronger Than Actions Here.
The author of the old adage, "Ac "Actions
tions "Actions speak louder than words," had
never had a judge say to him, "Five
The Kind He Liked.
I overheard the following conversa conversation
tion conversation between rny little brother and
his playmate: Jack remarked: "You
said vou had a 'bad" cold; did you
! ever have a 'good' one, Herbert?"
I Herbert answered: "Sure. Once I had
: one that kept me home from school."
I KID YOUR CHILDREN OF WORMS
You can change fretful, ill-tempered
children into healthy, happy
voungsters. by ridding them of
worm?. Tossing rolling, grinding of
teeth, crying out while asleep, accom accompanied
panied accompanied with intense thirst, pains in
the stomach and bowels, feverish feverish-ness
ness feverish-ness and bad breath, are symptoms
thar in dicate worms. Kickapoo Worm
Killer, a pleasant candy lozenge, ex-.
pels the worms, regulates me uueis,
'restores your children to health and
; happiness. Mrs. J. A. Brisbin, of El El-(gin.
(gin. El-(gin. 111., says: "I have used Kicka Kicka-j
j Kicka-j poo Worm Killer for years, and en-
tirelv rid my children of worms. I
; would not be without it." Guaran Guaranteed.
teed. Guaranteed. All druggists, or by mail.
Price 25c. Kickapoo Indian Medi Medi-icine
icine Medi-icine Co., Philadelphia and St.
Louis. Sold in Ocala by Tydings &
Having Too Many Things.
Many nervous, irritable, dissatisfied,
unhappy women would become calm
and contented if they would store,
give or throw away half of their be belongings.
longings. belongings. Some have abandoned ele elegant
gant elegant residences and ta'ifn their fT mi mi-lies
lies mi-lies into betels or ; i::;-; h ---3
who could have contir. .: fo k -p
their homes if, insteat .i zivU jp
the houses themselves, i ne
away with the superfiuou i : ags.
THE KING OF ALL LAXATIVES
For constipation, headaches, indi indigestion
gestion indigestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's
New Life Pills. Paul Mathulka, of
Buffalo, N. Y., says they are the
'king of all laxatives. They are a
blessing to all my family and I al always
ways always keep a box at home." Get a
box and get well. Price 25c. Rec Recommended
ommended Recommended by Tydings & Co. Adv
For Cuts, Burns and Bruises
In every home there should be a
box of Bucklin's Arnica Salve, ready
to apply in every case of burns, cuts,
wounds or scalds. J. H. Polanco,
Delvalle, Tex., R. No. 2, writes:
"Bucklin's Arnica Salve saved my
little girl's foot. No one believed it
could be cured." The world's best
salve. Only 25c. Recommended by
Tydings & Co. Adv
Reading Lessens Immorality.
Reading is a dii'buasioa from Im Im-norali?y.
norali?y. Im-norali?y. Heading stands in the place
f company. Betchf r.
MARION COUNTY DIRECTORY
Value of Two Instruments.
A calculating engine is one ot the
most intricate forms of mechanism; a
telegraph key one of the simplest. But
compare their value.
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis,
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Sheriff J. P. Gallowuy, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Probate Wm. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, Ocala; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; V t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. H.
Brinson, Superintendent, Ocala; B.
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham,
Fort McCoy; W. D. Cam, Ocala.
Value of Association.
Nobody ever did people any good by
standing aloof. If the pencils of aa
electric lamp are to shine they must
first touch and then keep close together.