OCALA. FLORIDA. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2 1913
XO. 8 2
A DEEP PDLiTIGA
UP TROUBLE FOB
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SIDE-TRACKED EDV1N SPENCER
In Order to Strengthen Machine He
is Building in His Future
Jacksonville, Sept. 2. The Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis of yesterday said: That
Governor Park Trammeh has given
up hope of succeeding Senator Flet- in Levon Thursday. j somersault in the air with his aero-
cher or Senator Bryan in their next; JIr n p perry ma(je a business pIane and his movements were fol fol-contests
contests fol-contests for re-election, and will at-!.it tn nvfnrri n.irhv j lowed closely by a large body of ob-
impi iu wiebi a uenu num v,uu-
gressman btephen n. Sparkman,
chairman of the rivers and harbors
committee, instead, is the way local j
political prophets read the young
governor's unexpressed aspirations
at present. They realize, though, j
A 1- rr' 11 n 1 11
iiiitt iiaunneu win ue caiiea upon
for a race from post to wire before"
hp nnsp "ITtir-To ?tl-o" nut nf tYta
place he has held for nearly twenty
"Why do you think Trammell will
oppose Col. Sparkman?" one of the
governor's supporters was asked.
"For several reasons, principal
among which is the fact that he re recently
cently recently appointed Scofield of Citrus
county as state attorney over Edwin
Spencer, Jr., and other applicants
from Marion county," was the reply.
"In the firs"t place, the applicants
from Marion county are better
known than Mr. Scofield, and are
more experienced lawyers. Second Secondly,
ly, Secondly, Edwin Spencer led the fight for
Trammell's measures in the House
during the last legislative session,
being the governor's strongest lieu lieutenant.
tenant. lieutenant. Thirdly, Marion county is a
much more populous county than
Citrus. These facts being irrefuta irrefutable,
ble, irrefutable, why did the governor appoint
Scofield? For the simple reason that
Marion county was taken out of
Sparkman's district, in which Tram Trammell
mell Trammell also resides, and Citru3 county
is in that district. Otherwise, Edwin
Spencer would have gotten the plum
with no contest worth sepaking of..
The governor is simply playing the
political game in the hopevof getting
Congressman Sparkman's scalp."
Levon, Sept. 1. Miss Julia Wa Waters,
ters, Waters, after spending two weeks with
her brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Waters, left Monday
for her home in Dade City.
Mr.- B. F. Ellington of Rodman
succeeds Mr. W. A. McCoy as
superintendent of the sawmill1 here.
Messrs. Jim Lolly, Tom Proctor,
H. P. Perry and Charles Carter vis visited
ited visited in Ocala Tuesday evening.
Messrs. W. J. Frink and B. F.
Ellington were transacting business
in Ocala Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Perry, Mr.
and Mrs. M. L. Shaw and Miss Jessie
Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gaulding
DR. 1IV0R-TYIALL PREACHES AN
Moving Temptation Out of the Way of Young Men
A Great Mistake
'Loving, self-sacrificing:, gootl mothers make drunkards of their
"Most mothers are ruled by fear. Their very love makes them
to this fear that they make drunkards or some other kind of weaklings
Teh following article was printed
in the Denver, Colo., Evening Post
the day before the wet or dry elec election,
tion, election, the result of which was weti
Strange and startling propositions
were those that Dr. Alexander J. Mc Mc-Ivor
Ivor Mc-Ivor Tyndall advanced last night at
the new Physic Science, 1S19 Cali California
fornia California street, in an address which he
;and two daughters, Miss Thelma and j ins at a height of 1,500 feet in his
j little Gladys, and Mr. C. B. Davis -aeroplane.- He afterward descended
I spent Sunday afternoon at Silver'. .f.
Dr. T. K. Slaughter, C. B. Davis
and C. L. Gaulding transacted busi business
ness business in the Brick City Wednesday.
Messrs. J. D. and W. H. Proctor
of Fedro were looking after business
Mr w A. McCoy with his family
left Satur(lay for Palatka.
they wi make their home
Messrs. J. W. Lollv, Tom Proctor
an3 H p Ferry visited ,n Qcala gat
WAKI) TWO 11KVISKI) j
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 1, 1913.
on this date and revised the regis registration
tration registration book of ward two of the city.
The following names were stricken:'
Anderson, William; dead.
Bitting, H. B.; moved.
Bobbitt, A. M.; moved.
Boone, A. B.; moved.
Beck, L. S.; dead.
Chambers, Geo. G. ; moved.
Dekle, J. O. ; moved.
Ford, Geo. H.; moved.
Goddard, J. M.; moved.
Hendricks, R. V.; moved.
Kichline, J. G.; moved.
Keating, R. L.; moved.
Leach, J. S. ; moved.
Livingston, Thos. M.; moved.
Marlowe, W. F. ; moved.
Magaw, Fred B.; moved..
Miller, C. V.; moved.
Phillips, C. J.; moved.
Palmer, H .D.; moved.
Pyles, S. J.; moved.
Raysor, J. C. ; moved.
Smith, J. C; moved.
Tignor, Q. C; moved.
Tucker, R. E.; moved.
Tipton, J. J.; moved.
Walkley, A. E.; moved.
ine council win near complaints
rr l i r i r I
inursaay, sepiemoer ism, ror res-
toration of names stricken.
9 22-tues H. C. Sistrunk,
Clerk and Ex-Officio Supervisor of
Registration of the City of Ocala.
ST. LOUIS TKAM WILL TIIAIX
IX THK SUNSHINE CITY
D. E. Beach yesterday received a
letter from Branch Rickey of the St.
Louis American League club stating
that either he or President Hedges
would reach St. Petersburg Monday.
September 8, to close up the contract
for bringing the St. Louis club here
to train next winter. St. Petersburg
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS
LOVIIiG MOTHERS OFTEN FATALLY WEAKEN
CHARACTERS DE THEIR SOUS
delivered on the subject of "Prohibi "Prohibition
tion "Prohibition from -the New Thought Stand Standpoint.
point. Standpoint. There are not many mothers who
will agree with him, and yet fewer
; fathers, but some of the propositions
he advanced are so startling'and his
stand so radically opposed to prohi prohi-ibition
ibition prohi-ibition for psychic reasons that as a
contribution to the literature of the
I,iojm d the Loop in His Aeroplane Fifteen
Juvisay, France, 'Sept.
French aviator named Fegoud yes-,
ter.lay "looped the loop" while fly-S
Pegoud recently caused a sensa sensation
tion sensation by dropping safely from an
aeroplane with a parachute. He an announced
nounced announced before leaving the ground
yesterday that he intended to turn a
When he reached a height of about
000 feet he! turned the nose of his
i machine straight toward the earth
jand darted downward with his motor
I working at full power. After plung plung-jing
jing plung-jing about 1,200 feet with frightful
velocity he changed the position of
'his rudder and caused the aeroplane
I to turn a complete verticle circle.
The machine then glided down in a
huge spiral and alighted gently on
WAS PLEASKD WITH
FLORIDA SOLMKlt WKATHKK
Mrs. Wm. J. Bryan Making a Visit to
Her Home in Miami
Miami Metronolis: SurnHcpd and
pleased at the cool breezes which
have brought comfort to Miami dur during
ing during the entire summer, Mrs. William
Jennings Bryan, wife of the secre secretary
tary secretary of state, arrived this morning
for a short stay to mark progress in
the completion of Villa Serena, thj
winter home which is being built
down on the Cocoanut Grove road.
Mrs. Bryan states that she is
more than delighted with Miami
jin the summer time, and was indeed
surprised at the coolness. She has
been in Lincoln, Nebraska, attending!
to the duties of her household there,
for some weeks.
HKKK IS AXOTHKi;
Dunnellon, Fla., Aug. 30, 1913.
Mr. J. D. Rooney, Ocala, Fla
Dear Sir: Thanks to you and
others for the noble move you havej
Jmade on the read proposition, as I
there will be no section more grate- I
ful for this move than the honest j
and truly good citizens of Blitchton, i
and you can rely on it they will do
themselves proud when the day
For every one who participates
will never be sorry as there are none
who can ever say that those people
forget kindness shown them.
I have had two years of their
companionship, so you may put me j
down as a helper, for I will be there.
or have a man in my place, and don't
you forget it.
J. M. Peterson.
afraid of possible harm, and it is due
out of their boys."
pending campaign to make Denver
!a dry town they are interesting.
j "One of the great men of this
jcountry was the late Phillip Brooks.
the much beloved pastor of Tremont
jtemple," began Dr. Tyndall, and he
i "Phillip Brooks' sermons will be
read by future generations as clas clas-jsics
jsics clas-jsics comparable with Emerson's es essays
says essays and Whitman's poems. In dne
Feet Above the
Honor Roll of Volunteers for the
Blitchton Iload Working
Dr. J; E. Chace with man and
Jake Brown, self, two drays.
F. W. Ditto, self and auto and two
Dr. L. j.H. Von Engelken, self, auto
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, aid serving
Mrs. Ola Potter, same as above.
Mrs. B. H. Seymour, as above.
Mrs. S.i T, Sistrunk, same as above.
Mrs. Mae Bingham, same as above.
W. C. Blanchard, self.
Joseph P. Taylor, self, son and
team. Mr. Taylor lives on the Blitch-
Perry Edwards, colored, self and
H. A. FausetU self and two teams.
J. F. Hall, self.
Judge Bell, self and auto.
J. G. ihchline.
C. A. candrett.
Ocala Evening Star.
W. T. Gary, mule and wagon and
J- P. Phillips, mule and wagon
R. S. Abbott, professional ser services.
vices. services. Dr. Bcfozer, self and laborer.
Br. Walter Hood, self and laborer.
Marcus Frank, entire force of
S. T. Sistrunk, self and man.
B. H. Seymour, self, auto and two!
II. C. Jones, self, auto and eight
J. T. Hall, self.
A. J. Leavengood, self.
R. C. Loveridge, self.
Ed Carmich?.3l, self and two
Capt. Tucker- Do his best.
Mrs. W. H. Anderson and daugh-
ter, dinner for twelve.
W. F. Blesch, laborer.
H. S. Chambers, laborer.
D. S. Welsh, self.
C. I. Anderson, self and laborer.
Ocala Heights Dairy, team.
H. H. Whitworth, self and man.
Mrs. W. V. Newsom. assist with
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co., team
and driver, probably two.
Ocala Boy Scouts.
J. W. Coulter, self, two hands, one
J. T. Burgess, self.
S. Pinkney, self.
Dr. Blitch, auto, family and whole j
L. M. Murray, laborer.
The Carmichael & Son Co., one
double team and two men.
M. Fishel, son and force.
Maricn Hardware Company, H. B.
Clarkson and twelve men with shov-
of the most notable sermons of this
inspired man occur these lines, lines
ithat have been widely quoted and
" 'Oh, do not pray for easy lives,
j pray to be stronger men;
Do not pray for tasks equal to
your courage, pray courage
equal to your task.'
"These words are worthy of our
profound reflection 'pray to be
"All our lives and for many cen-
jturies pas we have been taught to
j pray, to plead, to whine and grovel
at the feet of an all-powerful Ruler
jof the universe and beg exemption
j 'Lead us not into temptation;
(save us. from everything that requlr requlr-les
les requlr-les strength to combat this has
j teen the race cry. And here comes
,'a man with sufficient insight to re re-I
I re-I verse this hypnotic device to keep
'man in subjection, and he says: 'Do
not pray for weakness, but pray for
strength and courage.'
i Opposed to Prohibition
"What has this to do with the
j question of prohibition? you may
ask. It has much to do with it, as
lit has to do with every question we
'are called upon to meet in our daily
! lives, and I preface my talk on this
important subject, 'Prohibition,'
KKPKKSKXTATIYK FKOM THK FIIST WON'T HAVE HIS PATH TO
KK-KLKCTIOX PAVKD W ITH BOSKS
'els, and one automobile for use dur dur-iicg
iicg dur-iicg the day.
J. L. Edwards, self and three la laborers.
borers. laborers. Charles Fishel.
C. E. liightower.
A. G. Gates and auto.
C. L. Fox, self or laborer.
Mclver & MacKay, two teams and
Hayes & Guynn, cne man.
C. L. Sistrunk, one laborer.
Herman Warshauer, self or man.
B. Goldman, laborer.
Joseph Malever, self and buggy.
J. W. Akin, laborer.
Carlisle Drugstore, two laborers
Dr. Boozer, five men.
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, cne la laborer.
borer. laborer. F. P. Ga Jscn, cne laborer.
, Tompkins & Cobb, double team
Jerry Burnett, one man.
D. W. Goodwin, $1.
Dodson & Rentz, one man.
C. J. Johnson, one man.
C. L. Izlar, self and auto.
R. F. Rogers, self and one man.
G. R. Smith, one day.
D. M. Barco, self.
W. K. Zewadski, self and laborer.
J. P. Galloway, self and two labor laborers.
ers. laborers. Cash, $1.25.
C. W. Smith, self and man.
G. W. Ray, one man.
C. E. Connor, self and man.
Wm. M. Gober, one day or $1.
L. A. Snow, one man.
Alfred Ayer, $1.
E. T. Helvenston, one day.
Knight & Lang, two laborers, two
mules and wagn.
W. L. Colbert, self aid aiito.
Baxter Carn, one-horse team.
F. A. Davies, self and auto.'
Carter's Bakery, two men and 100
loaves of bread.
' G. F. Williams, self and auto.
L. W. Harley & Bro., self, pick!
J. R. Dewey, self and one man.
L. F. Ballard, self one day.
A. E. Burnett, self and laborer.
M. A. TenEyck, self and laborer.
.Mrs. F. W. Ditto and Mrs. Mamie
Fox, dinner for ten and assistauce.
Fred J. Burden, self and team.
Charles E. French, self.
Henry Gordon, $1.50.
Z. C. Chambliss, self auto and
James Duffy, one day.
Jim Duffy, one day.
J. M. Whisenant and son, one day. t
R. C. Muncaster, self, labor, moral!
W. J. Nelson, self.
J. A. Morris, Jr., and three men.
W H. Anderson, self and three
with this quotation, in order that
you may not misunderstand my
meaning when I say that I do not ad advocate
vocate advocate prohibition.
"I believe n temperance. By tem temperance
perance temperance I mean temperance in all
things, not alone in the matter of
drinking alcoholic liquors, but in
eating, in work, in pleasure, in mon-ey-ge-iting,
in so small a thing as
hobby riding. Temperance is the
way of health and true success, but
prohibition is not temperance. It is
force. It is mental club with which
we try to beat those who disagree
with our own ideas of what is good
for us. The early race of men our
cave-dwelling ancestors took ston stones
es stones and clubs of flint and wood and
beat to death those who disagreed
with their conceptions of good and
bad. right and wrong, later the hu human
man human mind employed vast armies and
invented deadly weapons with which
to destroy those who did not accept
their particular standard of what
was good for us. Now we are emerg emerging
ing emerging out of that to some extent, al although
though although the spirit of coercion still is
rampant. But now we seek to legis legis-latee
latee legis-latee against those who do not think
as we do, notwithstanding the fact
that we may if we choose, convince
ourselves by a study of facts that
prohibition does not stop the drink
At His Treatment of General Law,
Kditor of. the llartow Courier Courier-Informant
Informant Courier-Informant Jacksonville, Sept. 2. The fol following
lowing following appeared in the Metropolis
oif yesterday evening: In Dolitical
laborers and circles it is rumored that Congress Congress-jman
jman Congress-jman Stephen M. Sparkman, of Tam Tam-laborer
laborer Tam-laborer andla, chairman of the rivers and har
bors committee, will again have op opposition
position opposition when the "official starter"
announces another congressional
handicap. The belief, though, is
that the dean of the Florida delega delegation,
tion, delegation, owing to Tiis long term of ser service,
vice, service, and the chairmanship of the
j powerful committee, will be able to
ihold his own.
Something of a storm is brewing
in South Florida, because of treat treatment
ment treatment alleged to have been accorded
to Gen. E. M. Law, editor of the
Eartow Courier-Informant, and as aspirant
pirant aspirant for the Bartow postmaster postmaster-ship,
ship, postmaster-ship, by Col. Sparkman.
Gen. Law, who is the highest rank ranking
ing ranking officer of the Confederate army
living today, is said to have had the
postmastership "cinched" until Col.
Sparkman ) filed certain charges
against him, which the general's
friends declare to be unjust. They
argue that Col. Sparkman, having
been opposed by. Gen. Law, had the
privilege of opposing the aged soldier-journalist,
but that he should
not have gone to. the extent of filing
such alleged charges against him.
Accordingly, some of the general's
j friends in various counties of the
j district, are trying to bring .out a
'candidate who will make it interest
ing for "Uncle Steve," who is pur pursuing
suing pursuing the even tenor of his way, and
wnose irienas aeciare mat ne win
remain in the House until he gets
tired and quiti.
sons, two-horse wagon and all nec necessary
essary necessary tools.
Mesoii Snelling. self.
G. T. Liddcn, self, double team
J. W. Jenkins and team.
Joe Potter and team.
Gordon Moorhead, services
Gordon Sinclair, services. 4.
Dr. F. E. McCIane, self, auto and
L. S. Light, self and three; men.
F. G. B. Weihe, self.
.Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, self.
F. E. Weihe.
Mrs. P. V. Leavengcod, help.
Dr. Blitch, auto, family and outfit.
Nathan Mayo, self, .auto, double
team and driver.
J. M. Peterson, self or man.
II. B. Clarkson, 12 men with shov shovels,
els, shovels, one team and automobile.
Glover Miller, self.
habit, any more than capital punish punishment
ment punishment lessens crime.
"And even if prohibition could
stop drinking, I maintain that it
would not be the best way to pro pro-ceei.
ceei. pro-ceei. The method of force always
requires force to maintain a position
even if once gained. The idea that
drink makes drunkards is a wholly,
erroneous one. There is no power in
drink that is able to collar a man on
the street and pour itself down hi
"All power is resident in the hu human
man human mind. The will of man deter determines
mines determines what he shall do with his life
and his appetites. The lack of self self-control
control self-control that is exemplified in the
drink habit will inevitably expreF
itself in some other way if not la
inebriation. Shall I tell you the most
i pronounced factor in the making of
drunkards? It will sound very harsh'
to many of you, and doubtless you
will not agree with me, but listen:
"Mothers Make Drunkards."
"Loving, self-sacrificing, good
mothers make drunkards of their
sens. Of course you disagree with
."'Why. you say, 'it la the
mothers wheare trying to force pro prohibition.
hibition. prohibition. Yes, I know it is the moth mothers,
ers, mothers, aided by the ministers. The
(Concluded on Page Eight)
THE OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, TUi:SIAV, SEPTEMBER 2. 1913
STEAIiV TRAINING OF
OUR YOl'NG SOLDIERS
. V". A TT 1 Vv -s. -m- T- w w -w -r- -w
i I If A I A I If 'f
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Council meets this evening.
Masons meet Thursday night.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
Chamois skins of every size to be
had at the Court Pharmacy 9-2
E. L. Ray of Dunnellon was at the
Harrington last night.
Wash rags and bath towels at the
Court Pharmacy. 9-2
L. C. Hester of Williston was at
the Harrington last night.
H. G. Miller of Crystal River was
at the Ocala House last night.
And Professor "Stuart is a volun volunteer
teer volunteer for the Blitchton road work.
Mr. Don Peabody left today for a
visit to his old home in Sanford.
Mr. A. R. Griffin of Anthony was
In town today.
Almond cocoa soap, which is with without
out without an equal. Get it at the Court
Mr. Perry Howard of Wild wood, a
recent arrival at the hospital, is im-i
DR. W. K. LAXE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose- and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. D. X. Barco of Ar Arcadia
cadia Arcadia were at the Ocala House last
10,000 VIOLET PLANTS At
$1.50 per 100, ready to plant; strict strictly
ly strictly cash. Heintz, the Florist. 8-25-12t
At the meeting of the K. of P. last
night, Mr. J. C. Dearmin was admit admitted
ted admitted to the degree of page.
Rexall tooth paste, a perfect den den-trifice,
trifice, den-trifice, antiseptic and deodorant; 25c.
-tubes, at Gerig's drug stores. 8-29
Rexall toilet cream, an excellent
toilet requisite, a delicate cleanser
and beautifier. At Gerig's Drug
If you want to see what the "knee "knee-let,"
let," "knee-let," the slit skirt and garter watch
of Gotham's extra fashionable looks
like, just take a slant at the model
In Weihe's show window.
The directors of the Ocala baseball
club will soon have a meeting and
decide on what they can do in the
way of inducing a big league club to
.practice here this winter.
Mr. M. L. Payne, the farmer farmer-statesman
statesman farmer-statesman of Fairfield, was in the
city yesterday. Mr. Payne aptly said
that it was good and time that the
farmers were preparing to make ex exhibits
hibits exhibits at the Marion County Fair.
Get your school books early. The
Murray Company is county agent
and can tell you the books needed
for each grade. It will save you the
rush of school opening and worry
that comes from trying to get the
list from the theachers and waiting
your turn at the store. 8 -28-3t
The members of Fort King Camp
No. 14 want to remember that a class
of 35 new members has been voted
in and the work of initiation will be begin
gin begin Frtday evening, Sept. 13.
Do you need an alcohol stove to
take with you on early morning
trips? You can heat water or coffee
in four minutes. Look at them at
tbe Court Pharmacy. 9-2
The case of Mr. J. A. Chandler
against Mr. and Mrs. William Robin Robinson
son Robinson and their son, John Robinson, is
being heard in Judge Smith's court
today. Mr. Chandler is endeavoring
to have the Robinson's put under a
Numbered with the new arrivals
-at the Court Pharmacy are dainty
-and attractive place cards, Congress
card, Tally cards and Tissue Paper
iin different colors. 8-27.
Dr. Walter Hood's handsome and
convenient little auto is out of the
shop, where he has been having it
painted, and is prettier than when it
was new. The body of the car has
been painted a dark brown, and with
its bright metal and glass its one of
the prettiest cars In the city.
Prof. J. D. McCall, principal of
the Howard academy, Ocala's color colored
ed colored nigh school, asks the Star to an announce
nounce announce that it will open on Septem September
ber September 8, next for the season.
M MMh ml h v
AT THE TKMI'LK THIS EVENING
A dandy program awaits you at
the Temple tonight one you just
can't afford to miss. Look it over
and see if you don't like it:
Pathe Weekly, Mutt and Jeff.
Cinders. A Vitagraph drama.
The Foster Brothers. Millie drama.
When Women are Police. Kalem
Percy's Wooing. Kalem comedy.
AT THE TEMPLE
Manager Bennett has secured the
following plays for the coming sea season:
son: season: September
25 th. Edward O'Oize in "The
Merchant of Venice."
27th. Local talent.
28th. Bert Leigh in "The Little
8th. "The Barber of Seville."
13th. "The Leopard Spots."
16th. Xiel O'Brien Minstrels.
23rd, "Quo Vadis."
24th. "Quo Vadis."
24th "Bought and Paid For."
30th. Coburn's Minstrels.
15th. "The Shepherd of the
17th. "Polly of the Circus."
2Gth. The Smart Set.
27th. "The Spring Maid."
23rd. Evan's Honey Boy Min Minstrels.
strels. Minstrels. March
4th to 13th. Chautauqua.
16th. "The Rose Maid."
19th. Paul Gilmore.
Mr. L. C. Tyler, with his wife and
son, are now residents of Ocala. Mr.
Tyler will travel this territory for
Marx Bros., wholesale fruit, produce
and grocery dealers of Jacksonville,
lie has been with this house for a
year, but only now moves to Ocala,
as many other salesmen have done
and are doing, to get the advantage
of central location. Mr, Tyler is
looking for a modern residence that
he and family may keep house.
Prof. J. L. Wylie has returned
from a trip combining pleasure and
business connected with Fessenden
Academy. His itenary included
Washington, Philadelphia, New York
and some of the New England States
beyond New York.
Mr. J. R. Sullivan from near Ir
vine, was in town Monday. Mr. Sulli Sullivan's
van's Sullivan's relatives reside there and he
calls it home, tho he is on the go
most of the time, handling fruit, and
has but recently returned form Mis
souri, where he has been handling
peaches. Mr. Sullivan will look af
ter the packing of the fruit on the
200-acre orange grove in his neigh
borhood, which the owners estimate
will have 40,000 boxes this year
How many Marion county people
know that such an orange grove ex
ists there, we wonder?
Mr. P. C. D. Bateman, who recent
ly movetd from Mcintosh to the Ok
lawaha Farm, near Electra, writes
the Star that everything in that sec section
tion section is in fine shape, and that every
thing Mr. Chambliss said in his re
cently published letter was absolute
ly true. Mr. Bateman is simply car
ried away with the Kirkland & Kyle
farming proposition in the Oklawaha
It is a little late in the season, but
we want to call your attention to
a nobby line of bathing caps which
you can find at the Court Pharm
Notice Is hereby given that the co copartnership
partnership copartnership heretofore existing be between
tween between William M. Gober and S. T.
Sistrunk has been dissolved by
mutual consent, such dissolution to
become effective September 1, 1913.
William M. Gober.
8-23-7td S. T. Sistrunk.
Call Phone 267
Ocala Meat Market
when you want First-class
Fresh Meat, Fish or Vege-r
tables. Corn-fed pork from
my own farm. Al Rhame,
Ocala's best cutter, will
serve you. Prompt delivery.
D. N. WALDRON,
412 N. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.
La?t night regular drill of the
Ocala Rifles tcok the form of an in-1
spec-lion by the post commander,
Capt. Weihe. Twenty-two were pres present.
ent. present. After the inspection a prize
drill was held, the medal being won
by First Sergeant Geo. C. Woods.
Next Thursday the crack shots of
the company will compete for the
medal for the best shot in the com company.
pany. company. SALOON'S HO NOT
PAY FOR THE SCHOOLS
Two Letters of Great Interest to
Marion County Voters
Ocala. Fla., Sept. 1, 1913.
Hon. P. H. Nugent, Clerk of the
Board of County Commissioners,
Dear Sir: I have noticed a general
ly circulated card, evidently a cam
paign document of the saloon inter
ests, which states that "The License
Tax Pays a Big Share Towards Bet
ter Schools, Better Roads and Better
Facilities for the Farmers." Please
let me have an official statement as
to whether or not any part of the
saloon tax goes to the support of the
schools or roads.
W. T. Gary.
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 1, 1913.
Mr. W. T. Gary, Ocala, Florida.
Dear Sir: In reply to your letter
of September 1st, beg to advise that
all the money received for licenses
for the sale of liquor goes into the
county proper fund, and not the
school fund. Those funds are made
up from a totally different source.
P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 1, 1913.
Marion County School Board, Ocala,
Gentlemen: Please inform me
whether or not any part of the sa
loon license tax goes to the support
of our county schools.
W. T. Gary.
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 1, 1913.
Mr. W. T. Gary, Ocala, Florida.
Dear Sir: In answer to your in
quiry as to-whether or not any part
of the saloon license tax goes to the
support of our county saloons, we
wish to state that not a cent of the
saloon license tax goes to the sup
port of the schools.
W. D. Cam, Chairman.
J. S. Grantham.
B. R. Blitch.
J. H. Brinson, Sec'y.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe Is a first class
place to "take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons that an election has been and is
hereby called for, and will be held
Tuesday, the 16th day of September,
A. D., 1913,
In Marion County, State of
Florida, to decide whether the sale
of intoxicating liquors, wines or beer
shall be prohibited in said County of
Marion, such election to eb held as
required by Article 19 of the Consti
tution of Florida, and the laws of
Board of County Commissioners,
Marion County, State of Florida.
By P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of said Board of County Com
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E
Ocala Lodge, No. 286, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even
ings in each month. .Visiting breth-
ren always welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
MARION COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. s. Rnl.
District Attorney E. W. Davis
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Probate Wm. E. Smith,
County Commissioners-i-C. rJarmi rJarmi-chael,
chael, rJarmi-chael, Ocala; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W T. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. H.
Brinson, Superintendent, Ocala; B.
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham,
Fort McCoy; W. D. Cam, Ocala.
Band concert Friday evening.
Some oi the Dry Goods
40 inch Crepe de Chines, all colors,
our regular price $1.50, Sale price
per yard $1.19
Yard-Wide Messalines ,all colors,! 1
and $1.25 values. Sale price per
Crepe de Chines, in regular widths,
all colors, regular price 65c, now
Ratines, all colors, a good 29c value,
Special sale price per yard . 2 1 C
Striped Soisettes, good for shirts and
waists, real 25c value, now only
per yard 15c
Brown Dress Linen (pure linen weft)
12 c value, now only per yd. 9c
Yard-Wide Dress Linen (every
thread Linen) 29c value, now only
per yard 1 9c
Toile du Noird Dress Ginghams, the
best made in America. Special
- sale price, per yard. 10c
4Q inch White Lingerie, real 15c val.
suitable for many uses, now only
per yard 10c
Fast Colored Dress Ginghams, the
best 10c grade on the market, now
only per yard 7'Ac
14 yards 36 inch Bleached Sheeting,
real 10c goods, soft finish,, for
19 yards 3S inch Unbleached Sheet Sheeting,
ing, Sheeting, good grade, very soft for. $1
USE STAR WANT ADS FOR RESULTS-They
This is the best alarm clock made and never
sells for less than 2.50 at
Only 1 to a customer. 10 to 10:30 A. M. only
BIG BEN ALARM CLOCKS
Wednesday, September 3rd.
PARIS SOX SUPPORTERS, regular
price 25c, now.
B. V. D. Underwear.regular price $1,
'HEADLIGHT PANTS, regular price
?1, now 79C
"OLUS" the newest in Union Suits,
$1 kind, only 81c
30c Balgriggan Underwear, now
only .. . . 39C
23-cent Balbriggan Underwear, now
E. & W. $1.50 and $2 Shirts, now
onl' -r $1.35
$i.00 and $1.23 Men's Shirts, now
E. & W. Collars, several styles, now
Large 5c Handkerchiefs, now
If the public only
knew the values and
varieties of Embroideries
we are showing, we are
sure not a yard of this
class of goods would be
sold by another store in
Without a doubt we
have the largest and
best line to be had in
this city. Our prices are
lower than ever as we
must reduce the stock.
This Sale will be
on Every Day from
now till Saturday,
-1 ,t i
A few Household Needs
90 inch -Mosquito Canopy ready to
hang up, for only $1.25
30x60 inchs "Crex" Grass Rugs,
.7 $1.25 values for only 70c
80x88Inches Crocheted Bed Spreads,
weight 3 3-4 pounds, for.. $1.45
45x36 inches Hemstitched 'Pillow
v Cases, 18c values 13c
8lx!HJ Inches Seamless Sheet, our
regular 75c grade for 59c
50 Iftch Table Damask, several pat patterns,
terns, patterns, 29c values, at per yd. 19c
68 v inch, All-Linen Table Damask,
our, regular 85c grade, at yd.. 59c
72 inch Every Thread Linen Damask
worth $1.75 at per yard... $1.1 9
Large Bleached Huck Towel, nice
for daily use, at only 8c
18x18 inch Mercerized Ready-Hemmed
Napkins, $1.25 value at per
All Linen Huck Towels, Hemstitch Hemstitched
ed Hemstitched borders, at only .21 C
J. & P. Coat's Spool Cotton, all num numbers
bers numbers and colors, at per spool.. 4c
9-4 PEPPERRELL Unbleached
Sheeting, 25c everywhere, only,
pe'r yard. 1c
"Deliver the Goods.
TIIE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1913
BLITCHTON ROAD BUILDING
ANOTHER BIG STOKE
WILLING TO CLOSE
Thursday, Octolier 10, Will le the
Day for the Great Work
The real harvest that any man expects is the
financial harvest. After you have worked hard for
your money, what are you going to do with it? Is it
going to be frittered away in silly extravagances?
Not if you are WISE. Your own labor is your best
asset. Do not waste the result of it on foolish things,
but put as much as possible of it into the bank for
that DECEMBER of your life that is bound to come.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
Editor Star: Now we are off, and
you need not try to put any brakes
oa us. The Blitchton road will be
built. Our honorable board of
county commissioners have endorsed
the read building and set the day
when they can join this great niove-
jment, uctooer ittn, wnicn is inurs-;
idar. The entire county road equip-;
meat will be cn hand Monday early
and will have everything in readi-j
ness for Thursday the big day. j
Now let everyone get busy and,
line-up for this day's work and we!
will show you the best road in Mar-i
ioi. county, notwithstanding some are,
unfavorable and say it won't stand
and all such stuff and nonsense. If;
a large force can accomplish in cne,
day what the ordinary forces would
.take one cr two weeks to do, there
is no reason that those on hand will!
not be able to buHd a good, substan substantial
tial substantial road. The amount of teams.
One of the largest stores in Ocala.
the Marion Hardware Company, is
j willing to close its doors all day on
Blitchton road working day. Those
interested in the movement can
'count on the closing of this store
and the use of twelve men, took,
several teams and an auto, providing
all stores close on that day and help
Uhe good work along.
icon game at the
The Ocala and Dunnellon baseball
teams playel to a tie yesterday by
the score of to 6. The game was
called at the end of the eleventh in inning
ning inning on account of darkness.
Ocala had a crippled team in the
field, Dewey and Anderson being the
only two regular players in the game.
Dinkins in left made a fine catch
I enins at full sneei of a lnu flv at
his feet, starting a triple play, which
Olaf Zewadski played an all
MIS. WOLF'S XEV HOME
At This Period Use All
Safeguards lor Comiorts and Well Being
The best and most practical of these is ice our ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your health, increases your pleasure, does
you good In ways too numerous to mention and all for a little
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
srnnnd fine eame. cetHns- a three-
autos and people passing two and fro .
jbagger and a twe-cagger; also run run-will
will run-will in connection with the road ma--
, ;nmg the bases like a cyclone.
cmnery a:a in smootning aown me
road and leaving it in splendid shape.
Representatie Light advises me
he and his boys and team will be
there Monday and will stay on the
iob until Thursday night. This is
the right spirit. If we can get all
the men and teams living close to
the road to put a large force of help
and teams and see that ample road
material is placed along this road
adjacent to their holdings, will as assure
sure assure our' engineer and overseer of
Full details with program will be
given to the press later. You will
find this work will be done along the
best methods and every part and
piece executed right.
I Mr. William Wolf, the traveling
iman, let the contract yesterday to
Contractor P. D. O'Dell, of 117 X.
Sanchez street, to build his new
home on the corner of South Second
and Watula streets, immediately
south of Mrs. C. C. Anns' boarding
house. The residence will be two
stories, modern in every respect,
,with broad verandas on three sides
sand will contain eleven rooms and
.every convenience of the home ot
today. Mr. O Dell will commence
work on the building at once.
SAVING IS COMMON SEWSE ;
No matter who you are, what you do, what you
earn, how much you know, or what your age, the
one thing essential to a successful career is to spend
less than you earn.
An account in our bank offers the best way to
save. We are helping others, and would like to
Ocala National Bank
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
We Press Your Clothes
Mr. M. L. Payne of Fairfield is on;
TO BUILD AT TIIE IAKE
the job and will make an active cam campaign
paign campaign in his section of the county,
and line all those good people up for
an active part in our good road
All this means cooneration ani a
successful carrying out of this road;have fenced the Property and, built a
Watch the Star for all lists and an
intelligent nroeram. Our eood
t r rnnM .m toto' family will go down and enjoy a
an active part and wants to begin
I Messrs. C E. Nelson and James
Carlisle of the Marion Hardware Co.
have bought a residence lot from
JCapt. R. C Johnstone at North Lake
iWeir, near Mr. D. W. Davis home,
e and win put up a neat cottage
within the next three weeks. They
will furnish the cottage and either
' -it ; s jk
While You Wait.
No Clean-No Pay.
Fall and Winter Samples
Now on Display.
"No Fit No Pay" TAILORS.
DR. F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IX CHRONIC DISEASES
The Dr. McCIane Medical, Surgical and
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr McClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.
several days prior to the 16th and
build a quarter or half-mile of road
just as it should be. This will be a
pattern for all the road overseers to
imitate. We can expect with his co cooperation
operation cooperation gpod. roads will be con constructed.
structed. constructed. Let us press onward.
J. D. Rooaey, Secretary.
to the lake whenever so inclin-
OF THE STATE
MEETING OF VETERANS
Florida Rye and 90 Day SeedJats
We have just bought 3,000 bushels of the 90-day
or Burt OATS, grown in Florida, and 600 bushels of
Florida RYE. We went through Madison county
and selected the nicest Oats and Rye grown in the
county. If you expect to plant either Oats or Rye,
you had better buy early, or arrange for them, as
they are very scarce and the price will be much
Ocala Seed Store.
Marion Camp No. 56. U. C. V
met Sept. 2, 1913, W. E. McGahagin of
commandi-ng. Prayer by Chaplain
H. W. Long. The following com comrades
rades comrades answered to roll call:
M. Atkinson, A. Ayer. J. L. Beck,
M. T. W. Christian, M. P. Frink, B.
F. Freer, H. W. Henry, II. N. Knob Knob-lock,
lock, Knob-lock, H. W. Long, T. D. Lancaster,
W. E. McGahagin, J. W. Nance,
John Pasteur, C. C. Priest, G. J.
Ross, I. P. Stevens, E. McDonald,
B. II. Norris, L. M. Graham.
Visiting Comrades T. C
of DeLand and W. N. Robertson of
Tallahassee, Sept. 2. Governor
'Park Trammell has appointed to be
'citrus fruit inspectors under the pro
visions of chapter 6515, acts of 1913,
from Sept. 1st, 1913 to Nov. 5th,
1913, the following gentlemen, all of
whom have recei.ed their commis commissions
sions commissions and entered upon the discharge
WHITE STAR JLINIE,
TRAXSFER AND FIUEPKOOF STORAGES
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
c i )
Superior to Plaste
or Ceiling in
Quality or Prices
V. L. Edwards, Ocala.
J. W. Knight, Floral City.
J. B. Pylant, Bartow.
N. O. Penny, Vero.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH.
Atlantic Coast Line
Special Trains Leave Ocala 2:10 p. m.
the 6th Florida, were introduced to
Both of the Ocala papers were re requested
quested requested to public General-Partridge's
communication and the adjutant 'was
ordered to write General Partridge
for a list of veterans in Marion coun
ty who are drawing pensions and are
not members of the camp.
Treasurer was ordered to buy $1
worth of postage stamps for use of
the camp. Alfred Ayer, Adjt.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis-
Marlowe itors in the city invited to be with us.
G. L. Taylor, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. V. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
J. E. CHACE
Rooms 3, 10, 11, Holder Block
Terms : Cash.
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
chair, two well drilling machines,
one horse and new set of horness.
, Terms if desired. Address, C. T.
; Hodges at Waterman's store, Ocala,
FOR SALE Two choice corner
lots, east Oklawaha avenue. Big bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Apply at Star office. S 2S-tf
ENGINEER WANTED A capable
'man who is thoroughly familiar with
a Shay locomotive, can get a position
by applying to the undersigned. Only
a first class man who knows his bas baseness
eness baseness need apply. R. J. Rivers,.
'Ocala, Fla. 9-l-12t
T.n.m Batbinz suit, at S. A. L.
depot; color, black and orange. Fin-; FQR SALE1913 motorcycles and
der return to Star office and receive motQr bo'ats at Largain IJricei. ail
reward. 8-29-tf (makes, brand new machines, on easy
FOR SALE White oak hall tree 1
and hat rack; has mirror, umbrella
Cheap for cash.
GUAVAS FOR SALE SALE-fine
fine SALE-fine quality gaavas for
per crate of six baskets.
L. Lytle, Weirfedale, Fla
-A iot of
sale at $1
; proposition before buying or you will
regret it. also bargains in used
motorcycles. Write us today. En En-j
j En-j close stamp for reply. Address, Lock
I Box 11. Trenton, Mich. 7-lS-tf
CITY OF OCALA
Limit ol Tickets September 11th
For information call
J. G. KIRKLAND,
M. R. WILLIAMS,
Ticket Agent, Ocala,
ion Passenger Agent, Tampa, Fla.
Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. for your wants
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell.
Council B. A. Weathers, presi
dent; J. H. Taylor, president pro
tem; 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 1
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H." S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R o b e r t
L. F. KLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
Cures Cld Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
The worst cases, no matter of how longstanding
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relievef
Pain and Heals at the came time. 25c. 50c. fX.OC
M. C. IZLAR
Office Law Library Building
J. G. PURVIS
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
LUMBER FOR SALE A lot of
lumber may be had at reasonable
prices by applying at Anthony Farms
sawmill, Anthony, Fla., 8-23-9t
FOR SALE Pot ferns and begon
:a plants for sale. Apply to Mrs. J.
H. McClymonds, Lime St.. city. 23-Gt
FOR SALE 1913 4hp. Indian
motorcycle. Cheap for cash. H. S.
FOR RENT The Thomas cottage
on cornor of Orange avenue and
South Fourth street. Apply at 310
S. Main street. A. M. Bobbitt.8-2-tf
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building:
HOUSE WANTED Wanted to
rent, a modern six or seven room
residence; must be in good location
and in first class condition. Apply
to L. O. Tyler, Ocala, House. 9-2-6td
FOR SALE I have for sale, at
less than its value, a splendid resi residence
dence residence on one of the most beautiful
streets in the city. See me before
it is sold. S. S. Savage, Jr. S-21-6t.
FOR SALE OR RENT Six room
house, front, side and back porch.
Good soft water, lot 100x200 feet.
Stable. At 320 X. Alverez street.
Apply to T. C. Thomas, at post post-office
office post-office 8-21-6f
A brand new visible
roll top desk and
Votive is hereby given that on the
second day of October, A. D. 1013,
at the office of the company, at nine
o'clock a. m., a meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Metropolitan Savings
Bank of Ocala, will be held for the
purpose of reducing the capital stock
of said company from twenty-five
th'ousand -to twenty thousand dollars,
and if at said meeting the stockhold stockholders
ers stockholders shall, by unanimous vote, vote
for the reducing of the said capital
stock as above stated, the stock will
be reiucei, according to law, from
twenty-five thousand to twenty thou thousand
sand thousand dollars.
By order of George Giles, presi-
Jent. F. P. Gadson,
Notice Is hereby jtiven that I, the
undersigned commissioner, under and
by v'rtue of an order, made and enter entered
ed entered on the 8th day of August, 1913, by
the Honorable W. E. mith. judge of
probate, in and for Marion county,
Florida, in the matter of the applica application
tion application of D. A. Smith, 'administrator of
the estate of .V L. Harber. dected,
for an order to sell certain lands nt nt-longing
longing nt-longing to the said estaie, I will offer
'or sale and sell to the highest and
'jest bidder for cash at the west door of
.he court house In Ocala, Marion
county, Florida. between the leal
iour. of file on
;lo !-, the Mh day of September, 11)13
he following described real estate, to to-vit:
vit: to-vit: Its 7 and 8 of block 2 of subdlvis subdlvis-on
on subdlvis-on of blocks 3 and 4 of Allred's addi addi-ion
ion addi-ion to Ocala, Fla., and all appurten appurten-:r.rs
:r.rs appurten-:r.rs thereto.
,Tai3 8th day of August. 1913.
G. C. McCLURE,
-3-dly 5t sat Commissioner.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
THE OCALA EVEXIAG STAR, TZTSADXY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
lilTTIXGEK & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
If. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengoml, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance 50
One year, in advance ;..$S.OO
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance.' SO
many Hall, standing naked and shiv shivering
ering shivering aakle-dee: in the water of an
ice-covered lake. The tail of the
jT;?mra?ny tiger protrudes from a.
;crajk in the ice nearby Murphy's
skivering thins, and in the distance
is seen iome gentleman who is tak taking
ing taking to the woods the clothes of the
boss unier his arm. The picture is
entitle! "November Mourning.
Tammany, however, is impervious to
criticism or sarcasm. Its rank and file
is composed of people whose highest
literature is the sporting page, and
its leaders are men who care nothing
for what the decent element of the
No matter how proficient an aria-1 the principal speaker Sunday at the
iicj u-f mis is u si ix era a li c c: i auuo
SOME AUTOS IN THIS STATE
The relation existing between a bank and its customers should be reciprocal
each helping the other. This is the basis on which we seek the business in
Ocala and Marion County.
Our knowledge of 'business conditions in this section, our large resources,
our out-side connections and a strong directorate, enable us to give a banking
service to customers entirely fitted to their individual requirements.
The HI unroe & Qiambliss Bank
him righj down to the ground.
The American Road Congress will
meet in Detroit Sept. 20, but so far
Governor Trammell has not been
able to find anyone to go from Florida.
Senator Clark of Arkansas de denounces
nounces denounces the cotton exchanges of New
York and New Orleans as gambling
joints, and it is probable that he is
speaking the truth.
camp meeting of the Methodist Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal church, South, at Great Falls,
Va. He lamented the fact that the
church of today was losing its hold
upon the people. "There is an in intimate
timate intimate relation between good gov government
ernment government and religion," said he, "and
in this day the people have no strong
religious opinions merely preju prejudices.
dices. prejudices. It is high time that people
were waking up."
MASTER PRINTERS MEETING
There is some talk about better
cars on the Charlotte Harbor divis
ion of the A. C L. They will get
around to the Ocala division soon
after the present crowd is dead.
The proposed auto highway from
Quebec to Miami will suit the Star
only, it insists on a fork in the- road
at Jacksonville with the right-hand
branch through Ocala to Tampa.
(Jovernor irammell may be, as an
item elsewhere infers, after Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Sparkman's scalp, but he
will have hard work finding a hold,
as. all of us who know Uncle Steve
Legislator Light will probably take
the stump for the drys in the local
option campaign. He says he is
loaded to the muzzle with facts and
figures and only awaits his oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to shoot.
It becomes more and more evident
Chat the republicans and progressives
will reunite in 1916 and nominate
Roosevelt for president. If they do,
ftx the Star's nnininn that tho dom.
n ... 4- l.smt nl,lA I 1 X 1 111 1
uuai ucot auie iu uetll 11 1111 will ue
the distinguished gentleman who
now occupies the White House.
The Star thinks it sees the fine
Italian hand of Frank Huffaker al already,
ready, already, in those interesting political
stories beine artisticallv intprwnvpn
fa to the fabric of the Jacksonville
Metropolis. There Is much truth as
well as poetry in Frank's prognostications.
' The Star admits that it looks like
Jacksonville had a monopoly of
Florida congressmen, and it would
he more symmetrical if the represen representation
tation representation was more scattered. At the
same time, the Star isn't going to
fight a good man only for the fact
that he lives in Jacksonville, nor is
it going to support some chump be because
cause because he lives in another city. The
empire of intellect and character has
no geographical lines.
At a conference held Monday fore
noon between the local committee of
the Florida Press Association and
the secretary of the Marion County
Board of Trade, it was decided to
notify the president of the Florida
branch of the United Typothetae
that November 13, 14 and 15, had
been selected as the- time for hold holding
ing holding the printers' cost congress in this
Mr. Harry L. Brown, of St. Augus Augustine,
tine, Augustine, who has charge of the coming
meeting of the state newspaper men
and job printers, has been at work
ever since the meeting of the State
Press Association getting together
data for the Ocala session of the cost
The program as arranged by the
local committee is as follows:
Thursday, November 13 After Afternoon,
noon, Afternoon, organization of cost congress;
evening, attend the boosters' meet meeting
ing meeting of the Marion County Board of
Trade, at which time speeches of
welcome and responses will be deliv delivered
ered delivered by prominent men of the city
and of the state printers' body.
Friday Cost congress business
(program to be arranged by commit committee
tee committee in charge). Friday evening,
luncheon and 'smoker at the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington Hall hotel under the auspices of
the Marion County Board of Trade.
Saturday Auto tours through our
farming country and to several of
our stock farms and lime kilns.
While the program outlined above
is suggested by the local committee
and Mr. J. D. Rooney, secretary of
the Marion County Board of Trade,
the details, etc., will necessarily
have to be arranged later and some
changes may become necessary when
it is submitted to the printers' com committee.
mittee. committee. The Ocala meeting of Florida
printers will be one of the most im important
portant important in their history and there
will be delegates from every nook
and corner of the nation present.
Florida certainly has some auto
mobiles, and the number is increas-! m
ing very rapidly, much more so than! ""T"
a year or tow ago. An Ocala man I
received his license number for hf3!ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
car, dated Aug. 23rd, and it was! OF TRAINS AT OCALA
105,440, showing that manv lirpnsrt;
cars in the state.
T V. T 1 . J
i-e&s man tnree ; b t nPlnroi1 7(V, h- infnrmrnr.
years ago the number was under of the public. The railroads are re re-three
three re-three thousand, but all the cars in quested to send In corrections when when-the
the when-the state were not licensed then, as ever necessary.
the law was not as stricly enforced
as now. Even now there are prob
ably three thousand unlicensed cars,'Nl'
those in the hands of
SEABOARD AIR LINE
. :J5 am.
3 1:05 p.m
2 2:25 a.m.
4 12:50 p.m.
10 (Limited).. 4:20 p m.
agents and j v-n
private owners who have not been in :
a 'hurry to get a license from Talla-!
hassee. One is appalled at the sumN'o.
of money represented by the value of No-
the cars already licensed, when at a! The limited leaves Jacksonville at
valuation of $1,000 each, which is' -1:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6
under the average, the sum would 1 p' m' 11 leaves TamPa at 1 P- m- an(i
mr. tia- (in Ann rw arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. ra. It
reach $10,440,000. Of these, if .stops only at Turkey Creek. Plant City,
we are correctly informed, Marion ; Dade City, W Id wood, Ocala. Starke
county has over 300 cars. iand Waldo
j ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Southbound Jax. and St. Petersburg
'No. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
Meeting of August 28. Mrs. Reed No. 33 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
presided. Song, "Rock Of Ages."j Southbound -Ocala and Lakeland
Lord's prayer. Reading, "Christian No, 35 (Sunnyjim) 6:40 a.m.
Fellowship," by the union. Northbound Jax. and St. Petersburg
Roll call with Hiawatha responses.' Arrive Leave
Minutes of two nrevions mpptin?s o. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 a.m.
LAKE WEIR V. C. T. U.
approved. Letters from Miss Neal
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound Lakeland and Ocala
o Tl ATy... f1 ,1 Til i
uuu uai- ieuu- riaS present-, xo. 32 (Sunnyjim) ... .Arrive 9:50 p.m.
at aviui uuuse uii S.C-UUU1 open- Ocala and Iloniosassa
ing day discussed. Voted to hold i-eave No. 49 8:20 a.m.
the next meeting Sept. 11, at 7 p. m.,!f-eave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
and the meeting to be followed bv an Arrive No. 44 12:50 p.m
i Arrive No. 48 S:00 p.nx
J OCALA NORTHERN
i-.v. ror Palatka.. 7:30 a.m. i:25 p.m.
Sunday trains .... 8:00 a.m. 1:25 p.m
Labor Day was observed all over
the United States yesterday. It is
Incoming one of our most important
national holidays and with reason.
The American Federation of Labor
now has over 2,000,000 members,
and with its relatives and those in
sympathy with it is probably repre representative
sentative representative of 20,000,000 poeple. A
tJionsand years ago, such people
were slaves; a century ago they were
little better off than peons today,
they are equal and representative
citizens. As they are the peers of
anj in Intelligence and virtue, It is
well for the world that this Is so.
Home Influence, and n.ot legisla legislation,
tion, legislation, is needed to curb the "tango"
-and the "turkey" trot" and slit skirt
wearing, in the opinion of Vice Pres President
ident President MarshalL Mr. Marshall was
No matter what may be said of
freakishness and indecency of wom
an s dress elsewhere, the epidemic
hasn't spread to Ocala. Our ladies
are yet safe and sane as well as
charming in their raiment, and like likely
ly likely to remain so. The same may prob probably
ably probably be said of nearly all small
cities, country towns and villages.
The truth is that great cities are the
disease centers of immorality and ex extravagance,
travagance, extravagance, a""nd most of the saving
grace of the nation is drawn from
the country and the small but healthy
towns that are scattered through it.
Fessenden Academy wlii open to today.
day. today. A very competent faculty will
be in charge. Prof. J. L. Wiley, who
has been in Boston for the past few
days, returned yesterday and will be
in charge of the school's interests.
The best caricature on "September
Morn" yet seen is the one on the
cover page of Harper's Weekly. It
shows Charlie Murphy, boss of Tam-
electio nsocial. Committee appoint appointed
ed appointed to take charge of the affair.
Mrs. Sigmon, superintendent of
Christian citizenship, took for her
subject "Indians vs. Whisk"."
following articles were read and!
commented upon: i
"Real Indians of Past
ent" Mrs. Rast.
"Indian's Complaints" By
"Is This Man Worth Saving?"
Report blanks handed to the var various
ious various superintendents to be filed out.
Adjournment for two weeks.
Flag- Presentation to the Weirsdale
School from Lake Weir
AV. C. T. U.
Sept. 1 the flag was raised on the
new pole provided by the trustees of
the school, by Mrs. Rast, who is
superintendent of scientific temper temperance
ance temperance instruction, while the audience
sang the Star Spangled Banner.
Invocation and address by Rev. E.
C. Albertson. Song, "America," was
followed by Three Times Three, For
the Flag, For Florida and for the the-school
school the-school and teacher. J
Miss Murray accepted the flag fori
the school in a few well chosen
. PICNIC AT T TUNER'S POND
There will be a basket picnic at
Turner's pond on Saturday, Sept. 13.
Everybody is invited to attend and
bring well filled baskets. Don't for forget
get forget the date and place. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will be furnished by S. Nobles.
J. S. Nobles,
H. R. Roddenberry,
r. from Palatka 10:40 a.ir :iO p.m.
and Pres-J An elegant line of lasers mana-
! sprint, rovers, in anv rnlnr that
mem- be desired, just received at the Star
Do You Wear
If you do they should always
be spotless and nicely pressed.
Pressing and cleaning is our
Call phone twenty-
DODSON & RENTZ.
Of Five Hundred S. C.a White Leg Leghorn
horn Leghorn Hens
These hens must be sold to make
room. Now in 3'our 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. 8-3-tf
is at Stake
A mere matter of expense is of no
Our motto in our profession is
"Not how Cheap, but how GOOD."
But it will be found that our prices
are always as low as consistent with
a high grade of pharmaceutical ser service.
vice. service. Accuracy and Promptness are
N. B. For accuracy's sake ask
your doctor not to telephone your
prescription, but to WRITE it, and
we will send for it.
"The Store Accommodating
of our service is its promptness.
You are waited on when you enter
the.store. You are not urged to buy
We expect the character of our
to do the selling. So pay us a visit
no matter how little time you can
spare. The goods and prices will tell
you lots and prompt attention will
enable you to buy as quickly as you
desire. But take longer if you can.
A. E. BURNETT
W. H. MARSH
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE
We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN Wire
Fencing, Staples and Hay Wire and are in position to make you some
attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers In. this section of the
country that haudle this brand of fence and have demonstrated In the
past that it is absolutely the. best and strongest fence on the market,
and running it as we have In competition with many inferior grades
of wire fence. We have had some phenomenal sales on It and
made many friends and customers. Give us your orders, If the goods
don't make good we will.
fCoiplit Ik Lang
Call up Phone 309 and Let as Give an Estimate on Your k
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee To Save You Money on Any Work fn Our Lines v
Am we employ none but experts re are In position to srosrantee ev-
ery piece of work we construct to stand the inspection of the most A
rigid Inspectors. It costs nothing to jfet oar figures and 70a are the
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. Give us a trial.
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS
(tar Mew F
fts law Arrived
-07 m. A TTitc? oirov fimifrTit f rk flnstln. W fin r ffiprri
We have in our stock for your inspection me oesi ana mosi coiupicic w V iT ir
In Velvets! Felts and Qotn. in all color!. We can suit and lit the man, the young man and the boys, and the little fellow.
Call and see and be convinced. See our Window for Display.
Ladies Ready to Wear
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1913
Grace LiviTvstoivIIill Lufz
AUTHOR "MARCIA SCHUYLER," "PHOCBC DEANC"
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For that artistic, harmonious effect which makes home worth
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Most economical, because when soiled, it can be easily washed
or cleaned; it sinks into and becomes part of the plaster, hardening
and toughening with age and lasting as long as the plaster. Tne plain
directions on each can make it easy to apply with perfect success
Ask our dealer in your town for "Modern Method of Finishing Walla."
our handsome, beautifully-illustrated book, giving color schemes
and practical suggestions. Free on request.
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Mclver & McKay
AJkim tSie Plumber
Is now prepared to give you estimates on all kinds of
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING & GAS FITTING
and everything in this line. When placing your con contracts
tracts contracts for work in my line let me have an opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to save you money. All work installed is cn strict
guarantee of satisfaction.
"I am afraid I have been a long
time," he said apologetically, as he
closed the door of the carriage, after
giving Mrs. ParkeV Bowman's ad address
dress address to the driver. In the uncertain
light of the distant arc-lamp, the girl
looked small and appealing. He felt 1 1 will return them to you as soon as
a strong desire to lift her burdens j possible."
to her throat again, as if to pluck
away the delicate lace about it and
give more room for breathing. I
must get away somewhere at once.
I cannot trouble you in this way. ; I
have already imposed upon your kind kindness.
ness. kindness. With this hat and coat and
gloves, I shall be able to manage
quite well, and I thank you 6o much!
them on his own broad
J. W. AKIN
Phone 388 or 235
S. Osceola St.
Get my prices on that new Bungalow, Cottage, Residence or
Store, Office Building or School House. My prices are Right, my
J. O. McCASKlLL,
?. P. O. Box 33G
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
"If I do it, it's don Right."
Woodmar Sand & Stone Company f
"I've brought some things that I
thought might help," he said. "Would
you like to put on this coat? It may
not be just what you would have ee
lected, but it was the best I could
find that would not be recognized.
The air is growing chilly."
He shook out the coat and threw it
"Oh, thank you," she murmured
gratefully, slipping her arms into the
"And this box has some kind of a
hat, I hope," he went on. "I ought
to have looked, but there really
wasn't time." He unknotted the
strings and produced a large picture
hat with long black plumes. He was
relieved to find it black. While he
untied the strings, there had been a
growing uneasiness lest the hat be
one of those wild, queer combinations i a formal occasion."
of color that Cornelia frequently pur- j The carriage stopped before the
chased and called "artistic." i door now, and the driver was getting
The girl received the hat with a j down irom his seat,
grateful relief that was entirely sat- j "Indeed, she will think nothing
isfactory to the young man. I about it," Dunham assured her, "ex-
"And now,", said he, as he pulled
out the gloves and laid them gravely
The cab began to go slowly, and
Tryon Dunham noticed that another ',
carriage, just ahead of theirs, was j
stopping before Mrs. Bowman's house.
There was no time for halting deci- j
"My friend." he said earnestly, "I j
cannot leave you alone, and I do
not see a better way than for you to
go in here with me for a little while, J
till I am free to go with you. No one I
can follow you here, or suspect that
you had gone out to dinner at a i
stranger's house. Believe me, it is
the very safest thing you could do.
This Is the house. Will vou co in
with me? If not, I must tell the
driver to take us somewhere else."
"But what will she think of me," j
she said In trepidation, "and how can j
I do such a thing as to steal into a j
woman's house to a dinner in this j
way! Besides, I am not dreesed for
Fishels is Ocal's most reliable store, we are told al almost
most almost everyday. Now that's a big compliment and
one for which we feel profoundly grateful. Way back
yonder in 1886, years ago, Michael Fishel, had this
one ideal in mind, to make Frshel's store Ocala's
most reliable store. For these many years it has
borne this reputation. A reputation its management
and every employee has ever striven to safeguard.
The foundation on which it is builded is,
Service, Quality, Value,
'we're invited out to din-
land, Crushed Rock
Plant ail OliicB North Main St.
in her lap,
"Invited out to dinner!" gasped the
"Yes. It's rather a providential
thing to have happened, I think. The
telephone was ringing as I opened the
door, and Mrs. Parker Bowman, to
whose house I was invited, was ask asking
ing asking for my eister to fill the place of
an absent guest. My sister is away,
and I tried to beg off. I told her I
had accidentally met I hope you will
pardon me I called you a frienji."
"Oh!" she said. "That was kind
"I !aid you were a stranger in
town, and as I was your only ac acquaintance,
quaintance, acquaintance, I felt that I should show
you the courtesy of taking you to a
hotel, and assisting tp get you off on
the night train; and I asked,? her to
excuse me, as that would give her an
even number. But it seems she had
invited some one especially to meet
me, and was greatly distressed not
to have her full quota of guests, so
she sent you a most cprdial invitation
PPTlt tfl hft thnfr ctio hoc tVio rlrht
number of guests. Her dinners are
delightful affairs usually, and you
have nothing to do but talk about im impersonal
personal impersonal matters for a little while
and be entertaining. She was most
insistent that you take no thought
about the matter of dress. She said
it would be perfectly understood that
you were traveling, and that the invi invitation
tation invitation was unexpected. You can say
that your trunk has not come, or has
gone ahead. Will you ccme?"
Then the driver opened the car carriage
riage carriage door.
In an instant the girl assumed the
self-contained manner she had worn
when she had first spoken to him.
She stepped quietly from the car carriage,
riage, carriage, and only answered in a low
voice, "I suppose I'd better, if you
Dunham paused for a moment to
give the driver a direction about car carrying
rying carrying the great pasteboard box to
his club. This idea had come as a
sudden Inspiration. He had not i
thought of the necessity of getting rid i
of that box before.
"If it becomes necessary, where shall
Our store is undergoing vast improvements in every
respect. We are remodeling th&interior of our large
store in order that we may better display our mer merchandise,
chandise, merchandise, and thus be ready for a banner "year.
Things must be what they seem or they have Jnb
space in our stock.
It is ever our desire to give SERVICE that satis satisfies,
fies, satisfies, QUALITY the very best and 100 PER CENT.
VALUE in every item purchased.
Let us say just here that we feel proud of many
customers, whether you live in Ocala or not. We
would have you bear in mind that the latchj to our
store is not only on the outside, but the door is al always
ways always wide open to you and your friends.
Watch Our Store,
Watch Our Window!
Fishel & Son
to come to her at once, promising to I say you are going this evening
take dinner with you eome time if
you would help her out now. Some Somehow,
how, Somehow, she gathered from my' talk that
you were traveling, had just returned
from abroad, and were temporarily
separated from your friends. She is
also sure that you are musical, and
means to ask you to help her out in
that way this evening. I told her I
was not sure whether you could be
We are equipped with the latest, Largest, Best Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.
All work Guaranteed to be First-Class.
- Bring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes bought.
FISK and FIRESTONE TIRES
of all sizes and rims, always in stock
DA VIES, The Tire Man
Phone 438. OCALA, FLORIDA Main St., near Postoffice,
Where Shall I Go To School ?
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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. JIUItrilREE, President.
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School with Kindergarten Department.
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beautiful buildings and first-class
equipmert throughout, including gym gymnasium
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officers. Four hundred and thirteen
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he asked in a low tone, as they turned
to go up the 6teps. She summoned
a faint, flickering smile.
"When people have been traveling
abroad and are stopping over In the
city, they often go to Washington, do
they not?" she asked half shyly.
The door swung open before they
could say another word, and the
young man remembered that he
must introduce his new friend. As
there was no further opportunity to
ask her about her name, he must
trust to luck.
Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. for your wants
Looked at Them With Sudden Inspira Inspiration.
tion. Inspiration. persuaded or not, and she mercifully
refrained from asking whether you
sang or played. I tell you all this so
that you will be prepared for any anything.
thing. anything. Of course I didn't tell her aR
theee things. I merely kept still
when she inferred them. Your name,
by the way, is Miss Remington Mary
Remington. She was greatly elated
for a moment, when she thought you
might be Carolyn Remington who whoever
ever whoever she may be. I suppose she will
speak of it. The name was the first
one that my eye lit upon in the telephone-book.
If you object to bearing
it for the evening, it is easy to see
how a name could be misunderstood
over the 'phone. But perhaps you
would better give me a few pointers,
for I've never tried acting a part, and
can't be sure how well I shall do it."
The girl had been silent from as astonishment
tonishment astonishment while the man talked.
"But I cannot possibly go there to
dinner, she gasped, her hand going
We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any case of Catarrh il-t
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
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We the undersigne i have known
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anJ- believe him perfectly honorable
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ancially able to carry out any obli- j
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system. Testimonials sent free. Price
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The Kind He Liked.
I overheard the following conversa conversation
tion conversation between my little brother and
hie playmate: Jack remarked: "You
said you had a b2.1' co.d; did you
ever have a 'pood' cue, Herbert?"
Herbert answered : "Sure. Once I had
one that kept mehomo from school."
Don't waste costly time and money taking poor,
cheaply made farm implements to the blacksmith
shop. You won't t4hafto" if you buy good reliable
implements from us.
We "backup" what we sell, and make on any anything
thing anything that goes wrong.
We want your business. You want our good stuff.
Marion lariware Co.
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.
DOX'T LET HABV SUFFER AVITH
ECZEMA AMI SKIX ERUPTIONS
Babies need a perfect skin-covering.
Skin eruptions cause them not
only intense suffering, but hinder
their growth. DR. HOBSOX'S ECZ ECZEMA
EMA ECZEMA OIXTMEXT can be relied on
for relief and permanent cure of suf suffering
fering suffering babies whose skin eruptions
have made their life miserable. "Our
baby was afflicted with breaking out
of the skin all over the face and
scalp. Doctors and skin specialists
failed to help. We tried Dr. Hobson's
Eczema Ointment and were overjoy overjoyed
ed overjoyed to see baby completely cured be before
fore before one box was used," writes Mrs.
Strubler, Dubuque. Iowa. All drug druggists,
gists, druggists, or bv mail. 50 cents. Tydings
& Co.. Ocala, Pfeiffer Chemical Co.,
St. Louis. Mo., Philadelphia. Pa ad
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that nc-
$ cessity is Our Business.
! Ocala Steam Laundry
402-404 S. Main Street.
THE OCALA E. VEXING STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1913
ir.scn. There were many children's j
games and lots of good things for
the children to eat.
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
Mr. James Leslie of PanasoSfkee,
after a pleasant visit to Ocala friends j
returned home today.
Mr. John Pasteur and Miss Tillie
Pasteur motored up from the lake
Mrs. L. M. Murray and daughter,
Elizabeth, returned this noon from a
a visit to Mrs. D. E. Mclver at her
Miss Josie Bullock is the guest of
Mis3 Gertie Peyser, who is occupy occupying
ing occupying one of the Connor cottages at
Mrs. Robert Carroll and Miss Car Carroll
roll Carroll of Florida, are the guests of Dr.
and Mrs. Jas. E. Klock. Stinson
Lake, N. II., Correspondence in Bos Boston
ton Boston Sunday Globe, Aug. 24.
Mrs. S. P. Anthony and son Ned,
went to East Lake Saturday, where
they have rented Mr. H. A. Fausett's
cottage for a month. Mrs. Anthony's
other two sons. Perry and Frank,
will spend Sundays with her.
Miss Marion Dewey will enter St.
Genevieve Convent, Asheville, N. C,
for the winter, leaving for there
Sunday. Another popular Ocala girl
going to the same school will be
Miss Onie Chazal.
Dr. John G. Anderson, pastor of
the First Presbyterian church, re-,
turned Thursday from Nashville,
Tenn., where on We Inesday he of-i
flciated at the marriage of Judge W.
S. Graham, of Tampa, and Miss Sara
McCrery. Gainesville Notes in T.
Mr. Troy Hall of Wildwood is vis visiting
iting visiting his Ocala friends today. He
says that his father and sister, Major
Tom Hall and Miss Beulah, who are
summering at Sumter, S. C.are
well and will probably be home by
Mr. F. W. Ditto returned last
night from Jacksonville, and reports
his brother, Mr. Raiford Ditto, as
holding his own. He Was accom accompanied
panied accompanied home by his niece, Miss Viv Vivian,
ian, Vivian, a charming little lady of five
summers, the daughters of Mr. and
I.n G T lliftrv rf TaL-onnv)11o
One of the events of the coming
week in Arcadia, will be the recital
given by Miss Kate Carlton, sister of
Mrs. H. M. Hampton, and Miss Pen Pen-che,
che, Pen-che, Friday. The instructor of Von
Endie School of Music, New York
City, says: Miss Carleton possesses
advanced skill in technic, excellent
taste and musical intelligence, and
has pursued the pianoforte course
with high credit both as student and
Morris Smith of Jacksonville was
a welcome visitor to Jasper last Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. There is a warm place in the
heart of every old Jasperite for Dr.
Dan Smith and for every member of
his family. Jasper News.
Miss Bessie Hull of Inglis, who
has been sick at the Arms House for
the last few days, is much better
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, who have
been making their home in Mr. R. T.
Adams' house during the summer,
will shortly move into the corner
residence of Miss Meta Jewett's,
which is nearing completion. Dr.
and Mrs. C. B. Ayer, who have been
occupying the Gamsby cottage since
returning from their wedding trip,
will occupy the other Jewett house,
upon the return of Mrs. Gamsby
from the north.
Mrs. Lewis Long, formerly Miss
Minerva Bond of Lake Helen, inher inher-iteJ
iteJ inher-iteJ from her grandfather, the late
Mr. E. W. Bond, his large orange
grove in Volusia county, and her
young brother, Frank Bond, his
small grove. Mrs. Long and Master
Frank are well known in Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Howell are
home from Demurest, Ga., where
they spnt seveil pleasant weeks.
They Idt't the yoking ladles at Dem Dem-orest,
orest, Dem-orest, here thtey v,iy attend col college.
lege. college. .Misses Margaret and Mamie Tay-
ilor left this morning for the Catskill
Mountains, N. Yi, where they will
enjoy three weeks, after which Miss
Taylor will enter Columbia College
and Miss Mamie Taylor will return
Mrs. B. Goldman and children,
who have been visiting in Savannah
and other places for several weeks,
returned home yesterday.
Mrs. W. F. Fuller, Mrs. John F.
Brickler and little Miss Wylena, of
Augusta, Ga., will arrive tomorrow
to visit Mrs. James R. Gordon.
The Nine O'clock Cotillion Club
held a meeting a few evenings ago.
and decided upon the following
dates for dances, one or two of
which the season opens:
Oct. CI, Hallowe'en Ball.
Nov. 2 7, Thanksgiving Ball..
Dec. '.", Christmas Ball.
Jan. 31, New Year's Ball.
Feb. 13, St. Valentine Ball.
Feb. 23, Washington's Birthday
March 2 6.
A TOMATO CLUII GIRL
The item yesterday that Mr
Frank Wetherbee and family were
in Fernandina was a mistake. They
are very much in Ocala.
Mr. Frederick Hocker is in Jack
sonville for a few days, combining
pleasure with business
Mrs. J. H. Spencer and children,
who have -been spending the summer
at "The Lodge" on the gulf, return returned
ed returned home today.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Edwards of
Williston are in the city, the guests
of their daughter, Mrs. J. R. White.
Mis Lois Ellis is the guest of Mrs.
Harvey Hutchinson in Gainesville,
for this week. Mrs. Hutchinson was
in Ocala yesterday and Miss Ellis
returned home with her.
Miss Florence Dozier has returned
home to Jacksonville, after spending
a few days with her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Dozier.
Mrs. John Taylor came up from
the lake this morning for a two
Miss Meta .t-wett is theguest of
Miss SusieyFort .rt Adams, Tenn.
Miss Forjr is pjeaantly remembered
in Ocala as brjny nmi nf Thr teach
ers in our public school several
Mr. Lorenzo Cullum left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for his home in Batesburg,
S. C, after a few days' visit with Mr.
and Mrs. S. R. Pyles and family.
Try BLOCK'S GRAHAM
20c per lb.
We carry very complete stock of
Frank E. Block's Crackers and Cakes
In Bulk and Packages. All 10c pack packages,
ages, packages, 3 for 25c; all 5c packages, 6
There is none Better than BLOCK'S.
Cam -Thomas Co.
If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer bargains in
Choice Properties :
J. H. BRINSON
Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Gerig who
have been spending a month in North
Carolina, returned home this after after-neon.
neon. after-neon. Mr. Marion Pelot of Tallahassee,
is taking his annual vacation and en en-route
route en-route to Owens to visit his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pelot, he will
stop in Ocala. Mr. Pelot is now in
A wire from Mr. I. V. Stevens in
Lakeland, states that his daughter,
Miss Margaret Weathers Stev
ens, was resting quietly. Their many
friends hope to have more favorable
news real soon.
John M. Atherton, vice president
of the National Bank of Kentucky,
and president of the Lincoln Sav Savings
ings Savings Bank, was designated by the
treasury department yesterday to
represent the government in passing
upon collateral offered as security
by Louisville banks for the $1,250,
000 deposits allotted as this city's
crop loan fund. Louisville Courier
Mr. Atherton is a relative of Mrs
William Hocker of this city, and
Mrs. Hocker and children will spend
September visiting at the Atherton
country place, "Campobello," near
. Mrs. Claude E. Nelson gave a
party this afternoon in the pretty
little playground in the second ward
to her little son, Claude E. Nelson,
Jr., in honor of his fourth birthday.
Mrs. Nelson was assisted in enter entertaining
taining entertaining and amusing the big crowd
oi little folks by Miss Rosebud Rob-
On May 1, 1913, I planted my
seed but they were eaten up by
chickens, so I planted them four
times more and they were also eaten
up by chickens.
I went out and bought three hun hundred
dred hundred and fifty plants, brought them
home, put them in my yard and cov covered
ered covered them ip until I could get my
ground fixed, and one day when I
went back I found them dead. An Another
other Another day I planted some in a box
and set them on top of the house
and went back a week later and they
were getting along fine. Then two
days after that I went back and
found the birds had eaten them up.
My father gave me some plants
out of his field, so I planted them in
my tenth of an acre and they got
along fine. My father had some ripe
tomatoes in his field, so I went to
work and canned his. I went back
to see about mine, but the weeds
had ruined them, I so I took the
green ones and made catsup.
I am not going to give up, but am
going to plant next year. Maybe I'll
do better. I am a tomato club girl
and I am going to continue to be!
The little tomato club girl,
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Eastern Star Chapter 29, regular
meeting first Friday night each
month at Yonge's Hall. Visitors wel
come. Fiorrie uonaon, bee y.
Mrs. A. E. Burnett,
Quaker Rolled Oats
Kellog's Toasted Corn
Cream of Wheat
Shredded Wheat Biscuit
O. K. TEA-POT
THE FRONT RANK
SCHOOL SHOE STORE
Is Ours, and no Mistake About it.
Got some romping, healthy, real children at your
house, with big appetites and real power of "kicking"
out shoes. They are the youngsters we want; they can
prove to you that our children's shoes are made of
"stuff that wears" SOLID LEATHER.
Boy's Shoes, $1.25 to $3.
Girl's and Misses' Shoes $1 to $3.50.
The Store off QnalMy
-OTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION'
Notice is hereby given that a spe
cial election is hereby called for the
purpose of electing a councilman
from ward two, city of Ocala, to fill
the unexpired'term of Dr. J. W.
Hood, resigned. Said election will
be held at the city hall on the 7th
day of October, A. D. 1913.
I herby appoint Frank Harris, Jr.,
H. H. Whetstone and Chas. H. Math Mathews
ews Mathews as inspectors, and E. E. Robii Robii-son
son Robii-son as clerk of said election.
In witness whereof 1 have hereun hereunto
to hereunto set my hand as mayor of the city
of Ocala, this the 21st day of August,
A. P. I'D 12. J. D. Robertson,
H. C. Sistrunk, Citj Clerk.
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAIMERS
Fine Caskrts and Burial Robes.
I). E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER 101
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office 47
SUIT CASES AND VALISES
I have, half a carload of first class
and medium grade suit cases and
hand bags in all of the latest styles,
sizes and finishes that will be in the
store and qn display in a few days.
Wait for them. The prices will be
right. J. Malever, the Globe. S-23-tf
OrEX DAY AND 51GI1T
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
Florida's Largest and Best Year
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel o! the State
European Plan $1.50 Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson, Thos. M. Wilson,
ASST. MGR. PROP. AND MGR.
Send lor Catalogue
We are agents for Park and Pil Pil-lard's
lard's Pil-lard's Chicken Feeds; Mandy Lee
and Buckeye Incubators and handle
all kinds of Poultry Remedies and
Supplies. OUR SEEDS ARE THE
BEST. WALTON SEEI COMPANY,
38 E. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
LOYAL ORDER OF .MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Moose
building. Visiting brothers are in invited
vited invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershoh, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp. Secretary.
W. G. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AM) BUILDER
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
P. O. BOX 46
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19. F. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
Holy Name Academy
On Lake Jovita,
San Antonia, Florida
A Modern Boarding School
Girls and Young Ladies.
Picturesque and Healthful Environments,
The Curriculum Guarantees a Sound and
For Pa rticulars
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?No matter what it is you nave to sell, or what
it is you want an ad in our Unclassified Column
1 will bring the desired results.
THE OCA LA EVENING STAIl. TUESDAY, SKPTEMUEK 2, 1913
I have a lot of
In Jewelry of all kinds, Suit
Cases, Trunks, Musical Instru Instruments,
ments, Instruments, Men Clothing, Shoes
and Furnishings and Sport Sporting
ing Sporting Goods that I am going to
close out to you at
But you must act quick for
everything will go fast fc
If you have anything to trade
in I will make liberal allow allowance
ance allowance on it.
Come and Sec Me
The Man Who Wants to Loan
Why Pay More?
R. C. MUNCASTER
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY
Ocala House Block
-!7AS MOONSHINERS' TARGET !vi.ihcatiox fxih mk. iiakrisox! DEFIANCE FROM A DISTANCE
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 1913.
To the iKMule jf Ocala: Vim will
rememlKT that I published an open
letter in. the Star of the 30th to Mr.4,
Johnson, requesting; hint to publih
Discomfited Bully Certainly Gave His
Adversary What Might Be Called
Fair and Proper Warning.
Many of the best Pennsylvania
stories come from the lumber camps.
Therefore, Congressman Kirkpatrlck
of Iowa Carries Around a Large
Amount of Lead.
Sam Kirkpatrick of the Sixth Iowa j
district carries about a ton of lead
around underneath his skin to hear, the letter from Anthony, containing! This bit of rough-and-ready history
his friends tell it and, even discount discounting
ing discounting the stories told about him as
much as 90 per cent, he still remains
one of the most picturesque charac-
f ore r f Vi a finnco rf ronrMntaHrcs
Sam is the man the only man who
, ter, and.
attack uMn my charac-
3Ir. Johnson lias failed
ito do so, you will kindly publish the
I enclosed certificate which siaks for
Character assassins will take
was told In a hotel lobby by a visitor
to Philadelphia from the great West
j Branch valley of the Susquehanna:
I "Paddy Wood was the porter at the
t Ginricky house in my town. He was
i a mark for mischievous boys who
iui; liiu u u v ; iim
ss toward get- warning, while all fair-minded, brave; found that he would chase them If
J I J 1L1
uiu au) miug in congress iuaru gci-
ting the United States to pay for the :
transportation of the District of Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia veterans who attended the
Almost all of his life Sam has
been a hunter of moonshiners. That
accounts for the lead, and it would
almost seem that he has been the
favorilp tarept for moonshiners, as he
has been shot st bo much that he has !lives! Cordially yours,
ami just men win rally to the sui sui-lort
lort sui-lort of those who are being perse persecuted
cuted persecuted and slandered. A cause that
depends upon slander, villification
and gross falsehood that attempts
to destroy human character and rise
to power from the ashes of its vic victims,
tims, victims, is from Sheol sure as Satan
long since lost count. Thousands of
; shots must have missed him, but a
' whole lot of bullets and buckshot did
j hit him, and he delightfully carries
them around with him.
His eyes were badly done up In the
i last raid he led, so Sam is now about
i blind, as a portion of his reward for
j being a revenue officer for the past
' twenty-seven years. Three times he
, has been left for dead on the field, the
j surgeons who worked over him offer offer-'
' offer-' Ing to sacrifice their professional
i reputation If Sam ever opened his
; eyes again.
But you ought to see the other fel fellows.
lows. fellows. It Is a good guess if Sam was
badly done up the other crowd must
have been wiped off the face of the
DUEL WON BEFORE THE FIGHT
Weapons Chosen by Senator Will Will-lams,
lams, Will-lams, When Challenged, Gets
In repose Senator John Sharp Will Williams
iams Williams of Mississippi is one of the mild mildest
est mildest and best-natured and most inof inoffensive
fensive inoffensive men imaginable, although in
debate on the floor of the senate Mr.
Williams can show that he has some
fire in his make-up. No one would ac accuse
cuse accuse him of being bloodthirsty or of
having ever fought a duel. He did
It was when he was attending the
famous Heidelberg university in Ger Germany.
many. Germany. A German student challenged
"In Rome do as the Romans do,"
Mr. Williams counseled himself.
Therefore he promptly accepted the
Being the challenged person, be
had choice of weapons. The German
was greatly disturbed when the
American's second said sabers, the
usual duelling device, would not be
used. "The Yankee fire-eater would
fight with United States army revolv revolvers.
ers. revolvers. This was unheard of and the Ger German
man German the next morning was a wreck.
His hand shook and the bullet
whizzed by John Sharp several feet
distant. The latter calmly aimed at
a fleecy cloudlet in the sky and let
The principals then shook hands
and became fast friends.
properly baited. He had a board
about five feet long which he prom promised
ised promised to use on his tormentors, thus
adding to the spice of danger to
"One summer evening Paddy Wood
sat on a bench in front of the tavern,
his board leaning within easy reach
against the building. Paddy Plank, a
swaggering woodsman, with numerous
raw or "natural" whiskies under his
belt, hove In sight. He stopped in
the road, fumbled for his Woodstock
; pipe for several minutes and was a
longer time lighting it. The wood wood-stock
stock wood-stock pipe was a cavalier affair usu usually
ally usually smoked with the bowl turned
down by men who affected bravado.
It was not the pipe of peace, however,
for the moment Paddy Plank's orbs
sighted Paddy Wood he discovered
that his system craved a little Kil Kilkenny
kenny Kilkenny fun and he began to hand
Paddy WTood some choice compli compliments,
ments, compliments, such as are usually set afloat
when one is looking for trouble.
"Paddy Wood deliberately arose
from the bench, picked up his board
and smote Paddy Plank on the Jaw,
knocking his pipe across the lot, the
sparks from which described an arc
of fire like a rocket.
WHEN YOUR LIVER
We, the undersigned citizens of
Cambridge, Ga., beg leave to testify testify-to
to testify-to the good name4 and unblemished
character of Mr. Geo. Jf, Harrison.
He is a native of New Orleans and
has been a resident of Iiainbridge
for six years a merchant, author
and lecturer. Is a direct descendant
of Henjamin Harrison, a signer of
the Declaration of Independence, and
therefore, a relative of William Hen Henry
ry Henry and Benjamin Harrison, late pres presidents
idents presidents of the United States.
Is a brother of the late Professor
James A. Harrison, for nineteen
years professor of Modern Languages
and English Literature at Washing-
rmi (liiil T Ynivusvwit- r T .ay S n vss
; ; ' j "Surprised at the speed of Paddy
,a- rs lroiesM,r Wood.g response he didn't expect it
by wire and seeing his disadvantage,
Nearly Everybody Needs a Liver
Stimulant at One Time or
Nearly everybody now and then Is
annoyed with a sluggish, lazy liver
or by constipation or by biliousness.
It is for this reason that Dodson's
Liver Tone is such a good medicine
to keep-always in the house.
Either children or grown-ups can
take Dodson's Liver Tone without
bad after-effects and without restric restriction
tion restriction of habit or diet. It is a vegeta vegetable
ble vegetable liquid with a pleasant taste, but
a reliever of constipation and liver
troubles, and entirely takes the place
The Court Pharmacy guarantees
every bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone
it sells. It costs 50 cents per bottle
and if you are not satisfied that it is
worth the money, they will hand your
half dollar back to you with a smile.
Don't be fooled by preparations
imitating the claims of Dodson's
Liver Tone. Just remember the
Court Pharmacy will give you back
your money if Dodson's Liver Tone
fails you. That Is a guarantee that
guarantees. Ad. No. 21
BARGAIN IN BUILDING LOTS
at the University of Virginia, Char
We cheerfully recommend ,him
being a gentlemen and a Christian
W. II. Sapp, merchant.
Blumenstein-Willis & Co.
. Macdonald Hardware Co., A.
J. I. Suhers, Jeweler.
Henry J. Burke, Flint River Store.
R. A. Lytle, Flint IJiver Store.
L. R. Moore, publisher Search Searchlight.
light. Searchlight. E. H. Grittin, editor Post.
Jno. Q. McClendon, vice president
First National Bank.
Frank S. Jones, cashier First Na National
tional National Bank.
II. L. Gans, merchant.
Rev. W. B. Sams, rector St. Johns
In this connection, extracts from
a letter received by Mr. Harrison
from his wife, are in order. She
"Mr. Subers (a jeweler) told me
he started to run, with Paddy Wood
trying to lift him off his feet with
"As soon as he reached a safe dis distance
tance distance from his pursuer, .Paddy Plank
turned around and uttered this piece
"'Kape away from me! Kape away
from me! or you will have your
heart's blood on me hands!'"
"HUMORIST" AGAIN AT LARGE
Two of the choicest corner lots in
the Seymour residential addition,
across the street from Mr. McConn's
home; 'also a fine factory or ware 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, tf
AFTER SUPPER SALE
Keep in mind that Frank Gadson's
After Supper Sales, at the Ocala Ba Bazaar,
zaar, Bazaar, will begin Saturday evening at
6:30 o'clock, and will be held there thereafter
after thereafter each Saturday and Monday ev evening
ening evening in the week.
Easy to Recognize This as a Sample
of the Work of the Dreaded "Clown
in Private Life."
Smith was a constant worry to his
friends. They never knew when to
and when not to treat him seriously,
since, as he frankly admitted, he de delighted
lighted delighted in pulling other people's legs.
One day he and Bron met casu casually
ally casually in the1 street and stopped as
friends often do to gossip for a
"Big blaze that fire at the factory
in Johnson street last night, wasn't
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
Next meeting Friday night, Sept. 12.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
IS A MOVING PICTURE FIEND
Senator Clapp of Minnesota Goes the
Route Every Evening, So it
IHUgjItl Grade JPflrntiocjj
Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE
If you happen to be doing the mov moving
ing moving picture circuit in upper 14th 'street
or the Rue de Quartorze, as French Frenchmen
men Frenchmen call it any night, and happen to
see a large, dignified body wearing a
senatorial toga somewhere in the
offing, set it down at once for the form
of Senator Clapp of Minnesota, who
has been investigating campaign ex expenses
penses expenses for a long time.
Senator Clapp is the moving picture
fiend of the United States senate. He
goes the route every evening, so it Is
claimed, and takes special delight in
those theaters where brandnew pro productions
ductions productions are advertised nightly. He
is the five-cent melodrama marathon
champion of the United States. He
loves to see the hero hop into a hired
automobile and chase the villian
across the plains; he loves to see the
Irish tragedians who take the part of
the noble red men of the west; he
loves to see the funny man who falls
Into a barrel of flour; he loves to
watch the trick pictures and the Mutt
and Jeff stuff that makes the populace
rock and howl with laughter. He likes
the plain form of amusements. He
takes his pleasures simply, cheaply
Right off the reel as it were.
i it?" asked Brown.
that Thursday noon, a young.! "Yes," replied Smith; "I went down
lady, who" formerly worked for to have a look at it. And, my word.
there were several mighty narrow es escapes
capes escapes there, too!"
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
Lon the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
Subers, and is from Ocala, brought
a letter to him from some lady in
Ocala, asking her for information
about you, and Mr. Subers told her
to write back: 'You tell the lady that
Mr. Harrison is one of the most per perfect
fect perfect gentlemen we have in Rain Rain-bridge
bridge Rain-bridge a Chesterfield in his man manners,
ners, manners, pays his bills before they are
due, a Christian, honorable, reliable
and honest in every respect. Also,
the Rev. W. R. Sams, rector St.
Johns Episcopal church, says, if he
can do more for you or you need him
to call on liim. Advertisement.
Hopes Her Statement, Made Public,
will Help Other Women.
Hines, Ala. "I must confess", says
Mrs. Eula Mae Reid, of this place, "that
Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done me
a great deal of good.
Before I commenced using Cardui, I
would spit up everything 1 ate. 1 had a
"Escapes!" cried Brown excited excitedly.
ly. excitedly. "But the morning paper said
that there was no one in fee build building."
ing." building." Smith nodded.
"Oh," he said, "the firemen
brought the escapes down with them!
So-long, old chap!"
A large part of the world's supply
of crude rubber comes from the repub republic
lic republic of Brazil, which has hitherto paid
little attention to the manufacture of
that commodity. Another day is com coming.
ing. coming. Brazil is about to engage intelli intelligently
gently intelligently in the manufacture of rubber,
an enterprise which, in the course of
time, may affect the manufacture of
that material in the United States and
Europe, by bringing in a new and for formidable
midable formidable competitor. Le Brezil Eco Eco-nomique
nomique Eco-nomique of Rio de Janeiro says that
under favorable conditions offered
by the government refineries of caou caoutchouc
tchouc caoutchouc (rubber) will be established
in a number of states and factories for
the manufacture of rubber articles in
the cities of Manaos, Belem In Para,
Recife and Bahia. There will be spe
cial exemptions in the way of duties
. OUTGOING 3L1ILS CLOSE
A. C. L. NORTH 5:05 a.
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a.
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.
Coal Prices High.
In 1912 the total output of coal in
the United States was 534,466,580
short tons, valued at the mines at
$695,606,071. The gain in output over
1911 was 38,095,454 short tons and
the increase in value was $69,040,860.
The average value per ton In 1912
exceeded that of any year during the
33 years for which statistics are avail available.
able. available. Only In 1903, the year of the
fuel famine, did prices average higher.
The figures were compiled by Ed Edward
ward Edward W. Parker, coal statistician for
the United States geological survey.
Mother Well, dears, did you meet
any one you knew?
The Three Children (who have just
returned from their morning walk)
Yes. Ruby and Derek.
Mother Where did you meet them?
Barbara (the youngest) At the
same place as we was. London
ing forward of this enterprise.
urea, sieepy leenng an tne nme, ana was upon articles imported for the carry-
lrreguiar. i coum naraiy urag aruunu, forward c
and would nave severe headaches con continuously.
tinuously. continuously. Since taking Cardui, I have entirely
quit spitting up what 1 eat. Everything
seems to digest all right, and 1 have
Crocodile in a Tree.
An African hunter once found a
large crocodile hanging in the fork of
a tree about ten feet from the ground.
If you are a victim of any of the numer- the place was funy naif a mile from
any water. It was difficult to account
for the crocodile's strange position.
ous ills so common to your sex, it is
wrong to suffer.
For half a century, Cardui has been re relieving
lieving relieving just such ills, as is proven by the
thousands of letters, similar to the above,
which pour into our office, year by year.
When questioned upon the subject the
natives explained that it was put there
by an elephant. It seems that when
rv.rrfi ?c c,rrcf.,i Ka.tc it ,"c mm- tbe elephants wade into the Lake
nosed of ineredients which act SDecificallv t Ngami to bathe the crocodiles are in
on the womanly constitution, and helps
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the habit of worrying them and biting
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Cardui has helped others, and will help it picks up its tormentor in its trunk.
uet a Dome today, you
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puts it among the branches of a tree
and leaves It there.
Cat the Cause of Panic.
The lights went out while moct
people were at their evening meal at
Calcutta, India, the other day. Nerv-
Period of Rigorous Fasting.
The fast of Ramadan, "the month
of raging heat," commemorates the
period in which the first part of the
Koran is said to have been received.
When observed according to the com commands
mands commands of the prophet it is a fast of
extraordinary rigor. No food or drink
I have just opened up my new
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solicit a share of the patronage of
ar owners In Ocala and surrounding
territory. The repair department
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mobile automobile repairing on short notice.
None but first-class workmen em employed,
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T. C. Luckle,
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nua nonnlp fpsrpri it was thf 'work of
Bengal terrorists and looked about of anr kind ls Permitted to be taken
for weapons. In a little while the
lights came on again. The incident
was due to a cat, which jumped on a
transformer at the electric station,
making a short circuit. The cat was
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DR. M'lYOR-TYNDALL PREACHES
AN UNUSUAL DOCTRINE
(Continued from First Page)
ministers always takes sides with j
the mothers, and the mothers are in invariably
variably invariably more anxious about their
sons than their daughters. Most
mothers are ruled by fear. Their very
love makes them afraid of possible
harm, and it is due to this fear that
they make drunkards or some other
kind of weaklings out of their boys.
The process begins very early in life.
"When the 'little Willie' first be begins
gins begins to creep and from then on, dur during
ing during the rest of his life, the fond
mother watches for possible dangers
in Willie's way, as a hen watches her
chicks. Should Willie want to ham hammer
mer hammer the looking glass, the looking
glass must be removed from Willie.
If he should hurt his fingers, the
naughty hammer' is chastized and
removed from his grasp.
"And so on down the line. The
dishes are taken one by one and put
where his inquisitive eyes cannot see
them; the books have to be careful carefully
ly carefully placed above his reach, because he
would tear them. Should he pull the
cat's tail and the cat scratches him,
'the bad, bad cat' is banished. Should
Willie want to play with the fire,
the fire must be extinguished lest the
dear child should get burned.
"Who has not had the experience
of trying to make a call on a mother
with a three or four, or possibly a
nine year old child, and find that
during your call of perhaps fifteen
minutes that the room in which you
sit gradually becomes divested of ev every
ery every article of furniture that it is pos possible
sible possible to put out, of the child's reach?
If the piano remains it has to suffer
the thumping and scratching.
"And you may also have noticed
that the child, with startling persis persistency,
tency, persistency, goes after each thing as tho'
bent on investigating. The mind
must have its training, and the child
exemplifies this fact to any observing
eye, except those of the indulgent
mother. As the child grows older
the same process goes on. The
mother wants to mould her boy's
?naracter Dy process ot removing
from his path every obstacle that
might test his mettle, and teach him
self-control. She would if she could,
take the sun out of the heavens so
that it would not burn the dear boy's
"If is so chance that she live in
a very small. town, she wants the en entire
tire entire town run in such a way that
every possible temptation shall be
removed from poor, weak little Wil Willie's
lie's Willie's path, no matter whom she in
conveniences thereby. It has become
a truism that the ministers' sons are
so often reprobates, and yet it seems
that the ministers have not thought
of finding out the reason for this. It
is simply because they are nurtured
in fear. Temptation has been care carefully
fully carefully removed from their path and
set off at a fascinating distance as
something alluring and devilish, and
altogether attractive. They are told
that, someone has already made a
bargain to save them, and all they
have to do is to 'pray for easy lives.'
Mothers Irinr Up J Joys
"As with the ministers, so" ;t is
with the average mother. The sa saloons
loons saloons must be removed from Willie's
sight. Even mothers with fair
daughters have to remove them from
Willie. It never occurs to her that
she is ruining her son by fostering a
weak character and eliminating any
possibility of choice and discrimina
tion. .Most iatners woum ue more
sensible, but by ome strange order
of domestic arrangement, it is the
mothers who bring up the boys.
"Saloons never ruined any man
remember this saloons never ruin ruined
ed ruined any one. The ruin conies thru
a man's own feeble, uncultivated
will, nurtured and fostered by those
who love him most. What mother
ever blamed herself, or the boy? It
is always 'the other thing" that is to
blame as it was in the days when the
cat was punished and banished as
'a bad, bad cat for scratching the
dear little baby.' This would not be
so disastrous were it not for the fact
that in time the boy must leave
home to take care of himself, and he
must face the world as it is and not
as his mother would like it to be, but
as it is. Mother is not along to re remove
move remove one temptation after another
for him, and that is all the restraint
he has ever known the restaint of
"He goes into a saloon, as he
should at least be able to do, if with
others who want to go there. He
stays in the saloon waiting and ex expecting
pecting expecting someone to come and remove
himself from it. It doesn't occur to
him that it is up to him to remove
himself from it. That sort of mental
training has never been taught him.
And so he waits for some one to
come along and remove the saloon
from him. It has always been so,
and why not now? But lo here is
scciilae that has not been nut be-
jyond his reach, and there he sticks.-
Prohibitionist's' Story Z j
J "There is a story that advocates' of
prohibition are fond of reciting, "and
so to -speak, one of their trump
cards. It is very pathetic indeed,
when delivered from the lips of a
prohibition speaker, and it is equally
sad when looked at from the point of
view that I am presenting: Here. is
the story: -" ... j
" "It was in a small town and the
subject of prohibition was being agi-
tated. The business men believed
that the best interests of the town as
a possible city were best conserved
by granting to every one liberty of
" 'The assembly were about to
vote for the open saloons, when from
the dark corner where she sat in
rags and with sunken eyes and dis-
heveled hair,' so the prohibition
speaker puts it, 'there arose a gray- j
haired, prematurely old woman, and j
she said: Before you vote to sell!
rum in your God-fearing city, let me
tell you my story.' j
" 'She then went on to relate how
her only son, her handsome and no-j
ble and brave boy had been ruined j
by the 'accursed drink' (see the evo- I
lution of the bad cat) and how he'
had spent 'every dollar of his money!
in the wicked saloons, leaving her in j
old age a pauper and broken-heart-1
ed. The point is brought out that '.
the prosperity of the city is noting i
to the necessity of 'saving the sons,
and the town voted prohibition.'
"This tells the whole story. The
mother had always sought to save
her boy by process of removing tem-
tation from his path, and his self self-control
control self-control and his mental strength were
an unknown quantity. The story of
the Garden of Eden is an allegory of
the Garden Life. It is noticeable that
God did not remove the serpent
from the garden, and the 'tree of
forbidden fruit' was not hidden by a
high wall. Man develops only thru
cultivation of his own will by becom becoming
ing becoming master of himself and his sur sur-rounings.
rounings. sur-rounings. This mastery comes thru
freedom of choice and discrimina discrimination,
tion, discrimination, not by elimination or temta temta-tion.
tion. temta-tion. Progress of Control
"Men who as boys are safeguard safeguarded
ed safeguarded from every trial, warned against
this, that and the other 'tree in the
garden of life,' every obstacle re removed
moved removed from their path and fear fed
to them with every breath must be
strong and wise indeed if they devel develop
op develop into men. They are usually weak weak-willed
willed weak-willed puppets: It is not by elimina elimination
tion elimination but by -control that we progress.
Jesus, the great teacher, taught a
lesson when he saidu 'Resist not
evil.' Because it is by resistance
that a force strengthens. Look your
enemy squarely in the fare. Noth Nothing
ing Nothing that is external, manvmade, can
harm you. Your only enemy is your
own mental state. Ceajse blaming
everything and everyone" but our
selves for existing conditions. Tem Tem-tations
tations Tem-tations are the Indian clubs of the
mind, .that teach us discrimination
and develop the power of mastery.
This lesson of mastery .cannot be
learned by running away from what whatever
ever whatever tempts. I am not prepared to
say that we cannot do w-ithout sa sa-loons.
loons. sa-loons. Indeed we can do without
many of the things that g to make
up our so-called civilization.
"What I do say, and want to em emphasize
phasize emphasize is that we gain nothing by
forcing others to comply, with our
ideas, simply because we lpck moral
courage to admit that thjere is no
danger and no harm and "iio power
of any kind resident in inanimate
things, but that the trouble lies
within our own uncultured wills.
"Everything is for use, and has its
place and purpose. There is no gain gainsaying
saying gainsaying the fact that a drink of
brandy has saved a life many a time
and oft. The exhilaration and the
stimulant of drink has been sung in
song and story. This comes to us
side by side with the stories of want
and misery and depravity that have
accompanied the habit of excessive
drinking. But the point is that nei neither
ther neither the one picture or the other
constitutes the lesson.
"Because a drink of whisky saved
a man's life we need not-i pour gal gallons
lons gallons of it down our throats, and be because
cause because thru excessive drinking a man
has ruined himself and his family,
neither" should we blame tle whisky.
The ocean has drowned many a good
soul, but shall we. for that reason,
prohibit the rainfall?
" 'All things work together for
good to him who knows God.'
"God is Life and the Garden of
Eden is the Garden of Life'. Every Everything
thing Everything is for our use. and if-we really
use things instead of lettingthem use
us, we will not become victims of
any habit. I have passed over that
side of the argument which proves
that prohibition does not prohibit.
That is not to the point of vjhis lec lec-ure.
ure. lec-ure. "Will Remain Slaves
"If the majority of the citizens of
a city do not want saloons, Relieving
that they are one of the Many in
cumbrances of civilization which we
afraM of igto
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have decided to abandon, well and
good. That is not the point of this
"My message is, that until we can
become free from fear of anything:
that is outside of us, and subject tot
our will, we are slaves and will re-'
main so. t
"The man who cannot, dare not.
take a drink, is as much a
its influence, as the man who drinks
to excess, even though the results!
are not apparently as
1 each young
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"Don't make a weakling out of
your boy and fancy that he is good
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break out somewhere, even though
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