OCALA. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 17, 1914
J U Li Lai u uU U t
LAST NIGHT IT NORFOLK, 111.
11IG CROWD OF EXCUnSIGfllSTS VICTIMS OF A WILD
TRAIN ON THE VIRGIIIIAII WAV
ONE OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST MEII 111 FAVOR
OF VOTES FOR
jrfolk, Va., July 17. Five were
J and twenty seriously injured
last night in a collision between
lectric train and a coal train at
Virginian Railroad crossing,
Jo miles out from this city.
le dead are Miss Annie Meehan,
Norfolk;- Mrs. Ernest Gross of
h Carolina, and three men who
not 'been Identified.
he electric train was filled with
rymakers homeward bound from
in View, all gaily singing, whe.i
coal train struck them at the
sing. The electric train tore
ugh the crossing gates at forty
s an hour. The mirth of the
Vengers was turned into shrieks,
at and piercing cries of pain.
fiy were pinned beneath the
he following names have just
b added to the list of the dead:
pl)h Cooper, J. D. Watson, Prof.
Hecht and John Goodman. The
er died in the hospital here today.
LEDGE OF PEACE
RBAJAL ANNOUNCES HE WILL
IKTIKK IN FAVOR OF CAR
fVVashington, July 17. Francisco
rbajal, successor to General Huer Huer-as
as Huer-as provisional president of Mex Mex-,
, Mex-, has advised the United States
vernment informally that he in-
lt Airl n rotiro in fnvnr rF Honor.
(Carranza, the .Constitutionalist
lief. Mr. Carbajal wishes only that
otection be given to the property
those who oppose the Constitu-
tmalists. This statement, together
th the announcement from Monte-
y. that uarranza was wmmg 10 en-
into negotiations with Carbajal
lative to the transfer of authority
iMexico City, is regarded here as
suring the restoration of peace in
LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY
DAMAGE IN ILLINOIS, KAN KAN-SAS
SAS KAN-SAS AND KENTUCKY
Chicago, July 17. Five are re reported
ported reported killed and a dozen injured in
the stor mthat swept Illinois, Kan Kansas
sas Kansas and Kentucky late yesterday.
(Many basements in Chicago' were
IS OUT AGAIN
esident at Work in Spite of Orders
Washington, July 17.- President
llson, disregarding the orders of
s physicians, went to the executive
lice several hours today. His slight
iver of yesterday has disappeared.
" AT BREAK OF DAY
TORNADO ALMOST WRECKED A
' FLOURISHING KENTUCKY
Henderson, Ky., July 17. Day Daylight
light Daylight revealed extensive damage by
the tornado last night, which killed
two and left the city in total dark darkness.
ness. darkness. The street railway is out of
commission. (Many 'buildings in the
business district were badly damag damaged,
ed, damaged, some being demolished. Mrs.
William Suell and her young nephew
were killed by falling debris.
GREAT AMOUNT OF
THE GOLDEN GRAIN
Shipments of Wheat by the Million
Bushels Pouring Into
Chicago, July 17. Twenty rail railroads
roads railroads from the south and middle
west poured a continuous stream of
grain into Chicago yesterday, setting
a new record 'for a single day's wheat
receipts here. A total of 1,153 ears
representing 1,250,00 0 'bushels were
received. Approximately $1,000,000
will 'be paid the farmers for the day's
AT GAINESVILLE, GA.
Gainesville, Ga., July 17. WTilliam
Heith was run down and fatally in injured
jured injured by a large ice motor, truck this
Subscriptions for all magazines
taken at The Murray Co. 7-16-3t
Washington, July 17. Secretary
Bryan in a formal statement yester yesterday
day yesterday came out for woman suffrage.
He declares he would ask no politi political
cal political right for himself he was not wil willing
ling willing to grant his wife, and announc announced
ed announced he would support the proposed
state constitutional amendment ex- j
tending the franchise to women to be j
voted on in Nebraska next Xovem-
Woman, Mr. Bryan said, had prov proved
ed proved herself equal to every responsi responsibility
bility responsibility imposed on her, and would not
fail society in this emergency. Above
all other arguments for giving her
the ballot he placed the "right of
the mother to a voice in the mould moulding
ing moulding of the environments of her children."
"The mother,' 'the secretary said, j
"can justly claim the right to em-j
ploy every effective weapon for the
protection of those whose interest
she guards but the ballot will put
within her reach all the instrumen-
talities of government, including the
! FOR MEXICO
ATTACK ON ACAPULCO
FIERCE FIGHTING FOR POSSES POSSESSION
SION POSSESSION OF WESTERN MEX MEXICAN
ICAN MEXICAN PORT
Washington, July 17. Fierce
fighting between federals and con constitutionalists
stitutionalists constitutionalists in Acapulco was re reported
ported reported to the navy department to today
day today by Admiral Howard. Guerrilla
bands, taking advantage of the bat battle,
tle, battle, began looting and murdering
non-combatants. The cruisers Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland and Chattanooga are being
rushed to Acapulco.
THIS IS THE LIMIT
Burlington Company Takes Out an
Injunction Against Tango
Burlington, la., July 17. When
the caliopes on the Mississippi river
excursion steamers play tango music
the 200 girls employed at the Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi Pearl Button Company here
refuse to work.
This is the basis of an injunction
action filed today b,y Moir Brothers
to restrain caliope music on steam-
working hours. The
IS PURPOSE OF CARABAJAL IN
INVITING ALL FACTIONS
TO MEET AT THE
Mexico City, July 17. Provision Provisional
al Provisional President Carabajal announced to today
day today that he had invited the heads of
the various warring factions to come
to Mexico City and confer to devise
the best method of effecting peace
for Mexico. Congress will be dis dissolved
solved dissolved immediately. This Is regard regarded
ed regarded as a pledge that the government
will lie soon turned over to General
Carranza of the rebel forces, who is
expected .here soon. The city re remains
mains remains quiet. It is believed that
Carabajal will foe able to control the
TO BE CERTAIN
NINETY-EIGHT AVESTERN RAIL RAILROADS
ROADS RAILROADS MAY BE TIED UP
Chicago, July 17. rFinal action
toy managers of 98 western railroads
on the demand of 55,000 engineers
and firemen is expected at a meeting
to be held this afternoon. Both sides
refuse to make concessions, and a
general strike seems imminent.
STRIVING TO PREVENT
THE BIG STRIKE
plaintiffs also seek $500 damages for
loss of the services of young women
OPEN !AY AND IGHT
Merchant z Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Ad7.
We can repair your oia Furniture,
make those old discarded pieces look
good and give a let more service and
the price will be reasonable. E. C.
Jordan & Co. 7-6-tf
Advertise in the STAR for results
United States Board of Mediation
Washington, July 17. A United
States board of mediation will begin
trying to settle thef- differences be between
tween between the ninety-eight western rail railroads
roads railroads and their enginemen Monday.
The board will; -arrive at Chicago
Sunday .to endeavor to prevent the
big strike Mcniay.
BOARDED A BRITISH BOAT
MEXICO IS THE DEMAND OE OUR
IN T AT1
AT MOUTHY AND SAITILLO ORDERED TO
' tiQTIFY CONSTITUTIONALISTS
Washington, July 17. Secretary
1 t i
Bryan today sent telegrams to Con- j
sul Silllman at Monterey and Vice
Consul Carothers at Saltillo, instruct- j
ing them to take up the question of
protecting lives and property in
Mexico, with Villa and- Carranza.
This applies to citizens of all nations
and their property interests.
No offers of recognition have been
submitted to Carranza. Every en endeavor
deavor endeavor will be made to cooperate
with the Mexican authorities, but
should peaceful means fail, drastic
action Is expected to follow. Bryan
stated, however, there was no
thought of Intervention In the minds
of the cabinet.
ENGAGED IN THEIR
HAS BECOME WEAK EVACUAT EVACUATED
ED EVACUATED SAN LUIS POTOSI WITH WITHOUT
OUT WITHOUT A FIGHT
Santlllo, July 17. San LaiIs Po-
tosl, one of the most important rail railroad
road railroad centers in Mexico, has been cap captured
tured captured by the revolutionary forces,
'according to an announcement of
the constitutionalists today. The
federals evacuated Wednesday. The
FAVORITE AMUSEMENT,, constitutionalists occupied the city
runout any hard nghtlngr.
Militant Suits Raided Portrait Gallery
and Ruined Potmit by Millais
. London, July 17. Suffragettes in
the National Portrait Gallery today
smashed the glass covering and slash slashed
ed slashed Sir John MIllais, oil painting of
Thomas Carlisle. They were arrest arrested
ed arrested kicking and, screaming vengence.
CROP OF CANDIDATES
EDWARD BRUNER DROWNED
AT ORANGE SPRINGS
Four Big Men Already Mentioned for
Governor of Florida
Families of Huerta and Blanquet
Safe at Puerto
Puerto, Mexico, July 17. Senora
Huerta, her two sons, Jorge and Vic Victor,
tor, Victor, and their wives, her two unmar unmarried
ried unmarried daughters, Senora Blanquet,
wife of the former war minister, and
other distinguished refugees arrived
here yesterday from Mexico City.
The women of the party .boarded the
English cruiser Bristol.
Orange Springs, July 17. Yester Yesterday
day Yesterday about noon our town and com community
munity community was greatly shocked over the
tragic death of Mr. Edward Bruner,
a young man who recently settled
here with his brother.
Mr. Bruner was in bathing in the
lake near his home southeast of
town. He called to his .brother and
seeing something was wrong, he re replied:
plied: replied: "Hold up a moment," and
reached out to pull the boat a little
nearer, but when he looked again
toward his brother Edward, he had
sunk and did not rise. t
Mr. A. H. Still was passing "and
went to his assistance. The lake was
dragged and several hours interven intervened
ed intervened before his body was recovered.
Mr. Bruner was a young man,
about twenty-five years of age and
had many friends here, although he
was a new settler and had not resid resided,
ed, resided, here long. The family, consist consisting
ing consisting of his father, mother and three
: brothers, have the deep sympathy of
all who know them. The remains of
the unfortunate young man were
laid to rest here today.
All tires and tubes sold at the
establishment of "Davies the tire
man" from July 1, will be eold only
for CASH, but with a 3 dis discount.
count. discount. C-28-tf
Washington, July 17. (A good
deal of gossip is Tbreaking out in
Florida circles here, and especially
among members of the congressional
delegation,! in regard to the next
gubernatorial nomination. Congress Congressman
man Congressman Frank Clark is already being
hailed as "governor" ty members of
Congress from other states, and he
replied smilingly to this pleasant
salutation, but is not ready to make
any announcement on the subject.
' As seen here the pre-nominption
race is likely to develop into a spirit spirited
ed spirited four-cornered contest between F.
L. "Maye3, editor of the Pensacola
Journal; C. L. Wilson, of Marianna;
F. M. Hudson, of Miami, and Rep Representative
resentative Representative Clark. The forecasters
are not yet making any predictions,
because the nomination is so far
away that prophecies would be haz hazardous,
ardous, hazardous, but it Is evident that the
contest is going to attract livelv In Interest
terest Interest here because of the montlon
of 'Mr. Clark's name in connection
CA m I AC KS WI DOW
POSTMISTRESS AT COLUMBIA
Washington. D. C, July 17. Mrs.
E. W.. Carmack, widow of former former-Senator
Senator former-Senator Carmack, of Tennessee, wa;
nominated yesterday by the presi president
dent president to be postmistress at Columbia,
Tenn. The nomination was unani unanimously
mously unanimously confirmed in the Senate.
Senator Luke Lea presented her
name. Mr. Carma?k served in the
Senate from 1901 to 1907. In 1908,
while editor of a Nashville newspa newspaper,
per, newspaper, lie wa3 shot and tilled on the
street in that city.
The 50 lots we offer are.
worth more than $100
each divided between
forty or fifty people. Now
is your time to Buy.
HOUSE AND LOT
GIVEN AS A PREMIUM for the purchase of 50 LOTS at $100.00 EACH.
Terms to suit EVERYBODY. 5, PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH. Sale
now on see B. H. SEYMOUR, or C. L. ANDERSON.
All we ask is a due con-
sideration of our prop prop-osition
osition prop-osition and a look at
Buying is up to you.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1014
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
IJ1TTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
U U. Cnr-roII, General ?Iaaager Port V. Leaveiigood, Husiness Manager
J. H. Iienjamin, Editor
Entered at Oc?.la, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
!?ec year, In advance $5.00
lis months, in advance 2.5'
Three months, in advance.. 1.25
One month, jn advance 50
One year, in advance ..... $S. 00
Six months, In advance ... 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One moD'h, in advance. .. .SO
Dewe.v, the hero of Manila bay and
America's first admiral since Farra Farra-gut.
It will be a grand pageant and it
will be good to be there for the for fortunate
tunate fortunate ones who will participate in
the splendid ceremonies.
Wonder how many worthy objects,
have 'been endowed with money stol stolen
en stolen from the New York and New
Haven stockholders. 1
The temperance committee of the
Georgia senate has reported favora favorably
bly favorably a Mil to legalize the sale of beer
in that state. (Might as well legalize
itit is being sold anyhow.
Watchful waiting won, so far as
Ihierta is concerned. And his power
as dictator of 'Mexico could not have
been shaken if the United States had
recognized his government.
The Star has done one thing that
should earn it the everlasting friend friendship
ship friendship of the present comptroller and
candidate for governor. It has made
an ironclad resolution that it will
not perpetrate any atrocious puns on
county long before they .entered the
state and he is very' much impressed
with It. He desires a small piece of
good truck land either near Ocala
or one of the nearby villages. They
will remain here for a week or more
whether they decide to finally locate
here or not.
PROMINENT FLORIDA WOMEN
1 It will be perfectly all right for
any Clearwater maiden to persuade
one of those Ocala boys to move to
the Sunset City. That bunch is all
right. Clearwater Sun. : 4
What's the matter with : having It
the other -way about. Lots of pretty
girls in Ocala but always room for
On the woman's page of a recent
issue of Dixie there are the follow following
ing following notices of two prominent Florida
women, Olrs. W. V. Knott and Mrs.
W. B. Young. They are both of spe special
cial special interest now, the former 'because
her husband has announced his can candidacy
didacy candidacy for governor in the next
campaign and the latter on account
of the -prominent part she has just
taken in the recent biennial in Chi Chicago:
Mrs. iLuella Knott, wife of State
Comptroller Knott, needs no intro introduction
duction introduction to the women of Florida.
Many know her personally, having
already come within the radius of
her genius. Many others have he he-come
come he-come acquainted with her lovely
spirit and character through her
"Life Lore Poems."
Mrs. Knott has a book for girls',
soon to he published, entitled "Bet "Betsey's
sey's "Betsey's Risin' Feelin'," which is eager-
Joe -Reese, of the Orlando -Repor- ly awaited for by many admirers of
ter-Star is disposed to stir up state j her work.
affairs. Joe is so darned well posted In speaking of her work one day
.-ahout state affairs that he 'must he a -Mrs. ivnott said to one: j
sort of nuisance to some of those "Of course, you know I do nbt
Tallahassee officials. St. Petersburg aspire to what the word 'poet' em-
Times. "braces, in a literary sense. EMy little
Let Joe keep on stirring. What verses were not -written, nor orig-
is good can stand ibeing stirred. finally intended for publication. They
'What is had needs stirring anyhow, were -merely what anight he termed
Stirring is ibetter than stagnation, the 'overflow' written when the
heart was fullest of what some peo
JKnott will be a candidate for gov- pie would call the prosaic things of
era or. Notwithstanding his long 'ie auiiea oi name, wire ana
public service there Will Knott foe mother 'but what to -me is most
any gimmds ifor mud slinging. If sacred and delightful, (because love
Knott is not elected It's not in our is the propagation and the lnspira-
province to solve the 'knotty iprob-jtioh. They were tbundled up and
lem. Zolfo Springs Truth. ; sent to a publisher upon the request
Well, foe certainly won't foe elect- Hf the few friends who knew of their
ed if his misguided friends persist existence."
fn playing ping pong with his name
tin such a manner. Judge and Mrs. Wm. B. Young
will celebrate their twenty-fifth wed-
"The last issue of Zolfo Springs anniversary on July; 10th at
Truth was No. 52 of Vol. 1, showing their 'beautiful home in Ortega
that Truth has prevailed for atjeast Tnis is of Interest to the women
vear. Truth 'has made an excel- pr Florida because or :urs. Youngs
lent showing and there is no reason 'Prominence in the Federation of
mhy it should not continue and sue- omen s uiuos, Dotn nationally ana
g,, ia wv. nvwnv in the state. Mrs., Young was made
Fort Myers Press.N
Truth is mighty and shall prevail.
The Truth of Zolfo is also a newsy
and well printed sheet;
AT THE IRON WORKS
The work of rebuilding at the.
Ocala Iron Works is progressing
nicely and the foundations for the
big fireproof machine shop building
have been completed. Brick are
coming in by the carload and the
walls will soon be up. At the west
end of the 'building will be a fire fireproof
proof fireproof concrete vault for the office
records. Four of the largest and
heaviest machines that stood in the
old shop have been rebuilt and are
ready' for work, and when painted
will look and perform the duties of
new machines. These machines
have been re-foabbitted, lined and
trued and all minor and injured
.parts renewed. Several smaller ma machines
chines machines have foeen mounted In the
warehouse and light machine shop
work is going forward and the foun foundry
dry foundry and pattern shops are quite
UiOE a CHAMBUSS JAIIOi! '-BANK
SCHOOL BOARD BUYS NEW DESKS
The Ocala sub-school board with
the county board, received several
school equipment salesmen yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, and bought a lot of new desks
for the new school buildings. Fifty
new adjustable desks were foought for
the North Ocala school and 9 6 for
the High School. Mrs. Wesson's
room at the high school, the fourth
rade, has foeen equipped with these
desks for some time. It is proposed
to place one row of adjustable desks
in each room, to accomodate pupils
who may foe too tall or too short; to
sit comfortably in the other desks.
All other desks will be worked over
and practically made new. Prof.1
Castles, of Gainesville, the new prin
cipal of the Ocala schools, was in
town yesterday with the fooar.ds and
every one who has anet him Is great greatly
ly greatly pleased with him and the board
feels that he is going to 'be a folg suc
One of the school equipment men
yesterday told the board that fols
duties called him to every place in
the state, ad he 'has seen all of the
school foulldings, and our high school
building 1 far superior in every way
to the foest of them. Ocala wlll in
deed feel proud of this fouilding
When It is completed.
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $ 85,000.00
Total Resources, .... ........ $675,000.00
With ample resources we are prepared to care
for the business needs of the public.
Tine Sttar Will Not Give Away
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Book, redeemable at its face value by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned belowg or for a
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The following firms of Ocala will allow you the discounts ( set opposite their names on all cash pur purchases
chases purchases made when Star Subscription Coupons are presented at the time of making purchases:
a director of the General Federation
at the recent convention in Chicago,
representing the. South Atlantic
states. She is also state secretary
for Florida, of the General Federa-
Elsewhere is the announcement of Llou-
I r t At i. l. ? 1.
the formation of a new law firm in 'rs. louug s .meuun aiuuumeuis
Gainesville. The members are ex- and personal charm .have gained her
Congressman Davis. Congressman -many friends in the state who will
I t- a tr j it i
Clark and the congressman's son, r -uue xmmg aim iin
Frank Clark, Jr. It Is a very unusual many nappy erturns or tneir wed
ding for two such firstclass speak- dinS anniversary.
ers as the ex-congressman and con-
Y gressman to be in one law firm. Mr. LEADERS OF THE LDE
(Davis. has bfen in the very first rank By a rather foelated after-thought,
of the lawyers of the state for a third says the Tampa Times, but a happy
of a century, and Mr. Clark made a one, nevertheless, it has foeen decid-
name for himself at the foar befOTe ed by the national authorities that
the went into politics. It is likely have in charge the ordering of the
that' the new firm will foe kept busy, celebration upon the opening and
dedication of the Panama canal and
On leaving for Clearwater Thoirs- the arrangement of the procession of
day, 3Ir. R. L.. Anderson, who is an the ships through the great water-
old-line democrat, was shown the re- .way, that the splendid line of the
port in the Times-Union of the move world's mightiest fighting vessels of
made by his forother, Mr. H. L. An- today shall foe headed not by the
derson, the leader of the .foull moose grand, old Oregon alone, fout also by
clain in t lprida, against tne Bryan her companion ship in glory, the
law, and was asked his opinion of vessel that led the line at Manila bay
the same. Mr. 'Anderson said that on that memorable May day in 1898.
in his opinion the law was a good the Olympia, the flagship that car-
one and that it had worked well in ried Dewey to fame
the last primary. He said, tnat Both ships are superannuated
whenever the bull moose party had now; the march of improvement has
enough of a following to have any passed them .by and gone far beyond
real weight in state affairs would foe them, but they footh have places
time enough for it to try to have the upon the roll of fame of America's
2aws changed or abolished. glorious ships the like of which will
not foe attained by many of the
Among the late arrivals in the city dreadnaughts that steam in their
are Mr. and Mrs. Chancey Avery of wake in the historic procession,
Steuben county, Indiana. They came The Oregon will go first and on
through the country in an automo automobile,
bile, automobile, coming to Pensacola first. Since
arriving in the state they have been
making, a tour by easy stages to all
tht sections Del ween here and the
western metropolis, looking for a
suitable location. Mr. Avery says
they have been hearing of -Marion
her bridge, with the president by his
side, will stand the gallant sailor,
Rear Admiral Clarke, who piloted
the splendid old ship in her gallant
and world-famous Gash around the
Next will come the Olympia, and
standing upon her bridge will be
Notice is hereby given to the own
ers or agrents that the board of county
commissioners win oe in session
Monday, Ausrust 3rd, 1914
at 10 o'clock a. m., to hear any com complaints
plaints complaints or reasons why the valuation
fixed by the board at Its July meeting
shall be changred upon the real estate
in tne roiiowist list, the assessment of
the tax assessor having been Increased
by the commissioners at their July
John Klndlg: NwU of ne4 n of
nwU and nw& of swU of neU sec 13
ip is r zz, irom $z4uu to ?sooo.
Lesse Lovell: 5.55 chs e and w on
east side of se of tiw'i sec14 tp 13
r 22, from $300 to $400.
Luff man 'Bros.: N1 of neJ4 sec 14 tp
13 r 22, from $300 to $400.
R. R. Rice: Com at intersection w
bdy of sec 20 tp 12 r 22 with Orange
Lake, thence south to north line O.
I. P. Clark grant, thence e 1519 feet
n 450 feet n 12 degrees w 1839 feet
to lake thence w to p o b, from S1250
Tonner & Borland: -3 acres bounded
n by lake e by Jennings' grove w by
HIce grove s by grant line sec 20 tp
12 r 22, from $1880 to $3000.
W. S. Jennings: Lots 16 7 and part
of lots 2 and 5 sec 20 tp 12 r 22; 60
acres, from $5600 to $7000.
Citra Fruit Co: Lot 3 sec 21 tp 12 T
22, from $1000 to $2000.
P. P. McWhlrter: Lot 4 sec 21 tp 12
r 22, from $500 to $1000.
Bishop Hoyt Fruit Co: Lots 12 3 4
6 7 sec 22 tp 12 r 22, from $2500 to $3, $3,-500.
500. $3,-500. Clifford Orange Grove Co.: Lot 5 sec
22 tp 12 r 22, from $630 to $1000.
J. R. Williams: 5 chs e and w on e
side of sw of sei of sec 6 tp 13 r
n, irom iau 10 iiu.uuu.
av. LufTman: W1 of seV and sehk
of seU sec 20 tp 13 r 22, from $200 to
Sampson Grove: Part of lot 3 and
lots 7, 10 and 16 Miller's sub sections
9. and 10 tp 12 r 21, from $6200 to $10,-500.
Citra Fruit Co.: Com 110 yards s of
ne cor lot & sud 1. F. Clark grant.
thence s 110 yards w 220 yards n 110
yards e 220 yards, from $400 to $600
Stella Barcus: 5 acres on ne end
lot -5 syb of G. I. F. Clark grant from
540U tO JSbUU.
George Pasteur: lot 8 sub G.
I. Clark grant, from $630 to $1000.
W. H. Timmons: S lot 8 sub G. I. F.
Clark grant, from s30 to $800.
R. 'A. Beard: Lot 21 sub of G. I. F.
Clark grant, from $900 to $1500.
R. A. Beard: 6 acres on w side. lot
23 sub G. I. F. Clark grant, from $400
Citra Fruit Co: Como at ne cor lot 23
sub G. I. F. Clark grant. thence w 144
yards s 387 yards e 230 yards n 155
yards e 210 yards n 30 yards e 230
yards n 88 yards w 220 yards n 14
yards, from $900 to $1500.
J. R. Williams: 391 acres in Thos.
Clark grant, from $1500 to $3500.
J. K. Christian: Lots 41 42 56 57 sub
sec 17 tp 12 r 21, from $1250 to $2,000.
Helen VanXess: Lot 26 and s1, lot
27 and lots 38 39 except Z'2 chs n and
s by 7.35 chs e and w In nw cor lot
39 sub sec 16 tp 12 r 21, from $1250
W. M. Gist: Lot 37 sub sec 16 tp 12
r 21, from $500 to $1000.
S. II. Galtskill: Lots 12 21 28 and n
lot 27 sub sec 16 tp 12 r 21, from $1, $1,-750
750 $1,-750 to $2000. 1
W. R. Brown: Lots 39 42 w of r r
and lots 40 41 53 54 55 56 59 and 60
sub of sec 7 tp 12 r 21, from $1400 to
Mrs. Lillian Norsworthy; Lot 1 ex
town of Boardman Miller's sub sec 9
tp 12 r 21, from S1000 to $1500.
J. J. Guthry: W4 of swVi of neU
sec 26 tp 14 r 21, from $300 to $500.
Clark, Ray, Johnson Co.: N'U of neU
sec 27 tp 14 r 21, from $150 to $200.
Ocala Mfg. Co.: Com at crossing of
A. C. L liy. and S. A. L Ry. in Ocala
thence e 210 feet s 171 feet e 200 feet
s 90 w 685 feet w 350 feet n 850 feet,
from $7500 to $15,000.
Carmichael & Son Co.: Com 165 feet
n of se cor block D. Dunn's Central
addition Ocala thence w 281 feet n 198
feet e 281 feet s 198 feet, from $6000
Mrs. D. G. Edwards: All block 65 O.
Marion Hardware Company, Hardware .
Knight & Lang, Wagons, Buggies, etc . .
A. E. Burnett, Jewelry. . .
K. G. Rivers, Gents Furnishings ; .
Smith Grocery Co. (Except Feed Stuffs and Special Sales
Day Bargains. . ... . .
Hayes & Guy mi, Dry Goods . ....
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture . ;
A. 31. Lansford, Music Dealer ..........
Miss Mary Affleck, Millinery . ..........
B. Goldman, "Why Pay More?".....
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes ..
. 5vper cent
) o per cent
.. 5 per cent
. 5 per cent
. 5 per cent
,f 5 per cent
. 5 per cent
.10 per cent
.10 per cent-
. 5 per cent
. 5 per cent
. 5 per cent
To illustrate how the plan will save you money and bring back the equivalent in cash, just what
the paper has cost you either the .Evening Star or Weekly Star: Suppose your first call, after receiv receiving
ing receiving the coupon hook is at the grocery. store, you trade twenty dollars worth, you give the clerk $19 or
your check, and he will tear out of your hook $1 worth of coupons and your bill Is paid. You have
gotten hack a dollar of your subscription money. Your next purchase Is at the furniture house, whose
name you see on the back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they will give 10 per
cent, discount); you buy a hedfor $10 $9 in cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.
You've saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore Js $5 i.75 and a 25c coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose tne purchase Is only ?1 at the next store; 95 cents In cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays It. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; It would take your entire1
$5 coupon (book, but It would save you & ,FIVE DOLTjAR BILL.
Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep it too,"
if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come In, pay up and get, a book. If you are not now taking the Evening' Star or the Weekly
Star, come in and do it now, and get a coupon hook. You can send yo?r remittance by registered
letter, check or express money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your address.
S. Ocala except. com at ne cor thence
w 50 feet s 165 feet e 34 reel s vor
feet e 15 ft n 237 feet,' from $38, $38,-000
000 $38,-000 to $50,000.
Carney Investment Co.: Lots l z z
5 sec 13 tp 17 r 23, from. $18,500 to
Mrs. P. W. P. Buffum: NwU of
nw4 of sw4 ex 76 feet n and s -by
156 feet e and w In nw cor and neM
of sei of sw4 and n of BeM of seU
of swi and' s of sw4 of se4 of
swV and nw!4 of nei of of
swH and s of sehi of nwU of, sw4
of sec 21 tp 17 r 24, from $2100 to $5, $5,-000.
000. $5,-000. C. W. Willard: 17 chs n and s by 10
chs e and w in sw cor sec 21 tp 17 r
24, from $1850 to $2500.
E. Schnitzler: Com 21.37 chs e of sw
cor sec 21 tp 17 r 24 thence n 18.88
chs n 82 deg e 5.05 chs s 18.88 chs w
5.44 chs, from $750 to $1200.
E. C. Albertson: N of seU ex 10
rods e and w on e side and ex 1 acre
to school and com -10 chs w of se cor
lot 6 thence w 10'chs n 15 chs e 10 chs
s 15 chs sec 25 tp .17 r 23, from $1800
Central Fruit Co.: Com at nw cor
sw'i sec 20 tp 17 r 24 thence s 20 chs
e 30 chs n 8 chs w 10.40 chs n 2.54
chs e 5.38 chs n 5 chs w 20 chs, from
S1R0O to S3000.
iW. B. Cogglns: 6 of sw4 ex 5 chs
square in ne cor and ex 11 chs n and s
on n side of swU of swU sec 26 tp 17
r 24, from $1250 to $2000.
S. W. Campbell: 5.78 chs n and s by
10.27 chs e and w In sw cor of nei of
seli sec 18 tp 17 r 23, from $200 to
Mrs. S. J. Dillard: Lot 3 Evans sub
of sec 18 tp 17 r 23. from MO to $100.
Heather Island Orange Grove Co.:
All sec 1 and e and neU of nwU sec
2 tp 16 r 23, from $2500 to $6000.
R. I Steel: All ex 6.90 acres to
Oyer sec 23 t- 12 x 22, from $3100 to
M. A. Rice: E of neU of sw sec
27 tp 12 r 22. from $750 to $2000.
J. S. Wyckoff: N of s of swU
sec 27 tp 12 r 22, from $400 to $800.
C. W. and A. J. Driver: W of nwU
of sei sec 27 tp 12 r 22, from $130 to
J. R. -Williams: E of nwU eH of
swtt s of nwU of seU n of sw'i
of seU of sec 36 tp 12 r 22. from $750
A. J. Douglas: X of nw of seU
and sVz of swU of seU and sett of
sett ex 12 chs n and s" by 5 chs e and
w in ne cor sec 36 tp 12 r 22, from
$500 to $800.
E. L. Wartmann: Nw'i of nwtt sec
36 tp 12 r 22, from $750 to $1000.
P. P. IcWhlrter: Lot 1 sub G. I. F.
Clark grant, from $900 to $2000.
J. R. Williams: Si lot 7 ex 60 feet
n and s bv 90 feet e and w in se cor
sub G. I. F. Clark grant tp 12 r 22.
from $130 to $300.
J. S. Wyckoff: Lot 4 sub of G. I. F.
Clark grant, from $750 to $1000.
P. II. NUGENT, Clerk.
We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and which
you ought to have? We believe you are. Most of our customers are
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But if there is anything wrong
in our relations we want to know It NOW, so we can do our part In
straightening It out before the rush days come.
Oeaila Ice & FsieMegj Coo
CAPITAL STOCK 350,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository
The Management oi DR. McCLAN
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public' Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
.Larger quarters, more folly equipped d will be nut
strictly ethical lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 331
4iv uOALiA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1014
Tempt the appetite,
please the taste and
nourish the body.
Crisp, clean and fresh
5 cents in the moisture moisture-proof
proof moisture-proof package.
Round, thin, tender
with a delightful flavor
luncheon, tea and
dinner, xo cents.
Prince of appetizers.
Makes daily trips from
Ginger-Snap Land to
'waiting mouths every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Say Zu Zu to
the grocer man, 5 cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
Always look for that name
itlantic Coast Line
$39.05 New York. N. Y.
$51.45 Buffalo, X. Y.
$30.05 Philadelphia, Pa.
$47.55 Chicago, 111.
$46.55 Detroit, Mich.
$37.05 Cincinnati, Oliio.
$35.55 Louisville, Kyi
$41.80 St. Louis, Mo.
SG2.G5 Denver. 'Col.
$93.55 San Francisco, Cal.
$110.05 Portland, Ore.
GOLF BALL HIT
Distinguished Home Runner of the
Pirates Made a Terrific Drive
New York, July, 17. The Feds
seem to have uncovered a sure sure-enough
enough sure-enough "second Ty Cobb" in the per person
son person of Benny Kauff, of the Indianapo Indianapolis
lis Indianapolis team. Kauff has been clubbing
them out all season around the .4 00
mark, has been running bases with
the daring and dash of the wonder wonder-ful
ful wonder-ful Georgian, can cover a marvelous
amount of territory in the outfield
and has an unerring arm.
Kauff &o far hasn't shown any
batting weakness. He hit3 every everything
thing everything that comei his way, and it
matters not whether the slants that
are thrown to him are from the arms
of Tom Seaton, Russell Ford, Otey
Crandall or some of the recruit
pitcher in the new league. Most of
Kauff s hits have the same whistling
force that made Wagner and Lajoie
famous sluggers, but he also is a
wonderful man at laying down bants
and beating them out.
If-Kauff, in his' present form had
been uncovered in the, American or
National League this year, his face
would be peering forth from the
sporting pages almost daily. But
Indianapolis star has the misfor misfortune
tune misfortune of b ing in a new league this
year' and his deeds are not toeing
very widely heralded :But before
another year Tolls around, those who
have seen Kauff in most of hs games
declare that even the most biased
organized critic will have to admit
that Kauff takes ranking with Cobb,
Jackson and Speaker.
Kauff by the way was a member
of the New York Yankee ifor a
brief period in 1911. Even then he
showed wonderful ability as a Mat Matter,
ter, Matter, hut he lacked field experience,
and Hal Chase, then manager of the
club turned him loose because he
felt that h2 did not have time to
develop him. The Yankees at that
time were "well, fortified with field
Kauff went to the New London,
Conn., team, in the Eastern 'League,
and set it afire with his terrific hit
ting. He took part in 135 games,
finishing the season with 176 hits
for an average of .345. Many of
those hits were for extra 'bases.
When the Feds were looking for
players early last winter one of their
scouts was tipped off to Kauff and
.the demon slugger affixed his name
to a contract.
" Down at Hot Springs, Va., the na natives
tives natives still tell, with bated -breath, of
the terrific drive made by Honus
Wagner, of the Pirates, when hemix hemix-up
up hemix-up in a golfing game there during
back in the infield the Cubs would
have a mighty good chance to win
Tinker's position at ihe short stop
job never has been filled satisfactori satisfactorily.
ly. satisfactorily. It always has remained the weak
spot in the inner breastworks. Bill
Sweeny, who is playing at second in
place of Jonny Evers is doing some
good work but he is no Evers either
in hitting, fielding or thinking.
COAST LINE SCHEDULE
Jacksonville and St. Petersburg
-.a 0 Leave Jacksonville 4 p. m.;
arrive Ocala 0:05; 3rrKe St. Peters
burg 3 a. m.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the eustachian tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rum rumbling
bling rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deafness Is
the result, and unless the inflamatlon
can te taken out and this tube re restored
stored restored to Its normal condition, hear hearing
ing hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh
which is nothing but an inflamed con condition
dition condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu circulars,
lars, circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
iv i.Ra" ot
n. m., arrive Ocala
No. ZTJ Leaves Jacksonville a?
9:30 a. m.; a-rivea Ocala at 2:40 t
m ; arrives St. Petersburg at 9:10.
No. 40 Leaves St. Petersburg a;
6:3C a. m.; arrives Ocala 12:54 p
m; leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 p m.
Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 Leaves Ocala 6:40 a. m.;
arrives Lakeland 11:05 a. m.
No. 22 Leaves Lakeland 5:4S p.
m.; arrives Ocala 9:50 p. m.
Ocala and Homosassa
No. 49 Leave Ocala, S:20 a. m.;
arrive Homosassa, 1 p. m.
No. 47 Leave Ccala, 2:20; arrive
No. 44 Leave Homosassa, 10 a
m.; arrive Ocala, 12:50 p. m.
No. Leave Homosassa, 1:30 p.
m.; arrive Ocala, 6 p. m.
SEVERE ATTACK OF COLIC
E. E. Cross, who travels in Virgin Virginia
ia Virginia and other Southern states, was
taken suddenly and severely ill with
colic. At the first store he came to
the merchant recomemnded Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar Diar-roea
roea Diar-roea Remedy. Two doses of it cured
him. No one should leave home on
a journey without a bottle of this
preparation. For sale by all deal
ALRIO-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge No. 19, fr. A
. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each moith at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. i.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
ta.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
Q:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited Jvaves Jacksonville
11:30 a. in.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
No.. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrive.
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves
Ocala 1:30 p.1 m.; arrives Jacksonville-5:20
No. 10 limited leave? Tampa J p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 j,. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. ta. ;
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. O. M.,
;eets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
isiting brethren always welcome to
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia,
nolia, Magnolia, street near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney, dictator.
SOLD DAILY. LLMIT OCTOBER 31.
For information and reservations
call on any, A. C. L. ticket agent, or
J. G. KIRKLAND,
Division Passenger Agent,
; CAMPBELL FARM
! When you want PURE MILK
AND CREAM made from high
' grade, healthy cows, with a low
bacterial count and a high per
! cent, fat test, produced under
sanitary conditions by one who
has made it a life work, call
! PHONE 20-31
: WHI ORTH & FOLKS, Props
Now is the Time to Get Rid of These
There is no longer the slightest
need of feeling ashamed of your
freckles, as the prescription othine
double strength is guaranteed to re
move' these homely spots.
Simply ,get a ounce of othine
double strength from any druggist
and apply a little of it night and
morning and you should soon see
that even the worst freckles have be begun
gun begun to disappear, while the lighter
ones have vanished entirely. It is
OCAIiA NORTHERN SCnF.DULE
No. 72 Leave Ocala daily 1:15
p. m. Aive Palatka daily except
Sunday, 4:45 p. m. Arrive Palatka
Sunday, 4:15 p. m.
No. 71 Leave Palatka daily ex except
cept except Sunday, 7 : 40 a. m. Arrive
Ocala 11 it. m.
No. 73 Leave Palatka Sunday, 8
a. m. Arrive Ocala, 11 a. m.
A IBM of Common Sense
When a fair price is charged by a reputable manu manufacturer
facturer manufacturer for a piano, afprice obviously fair because
the name guarantees quality, decide that this
price is safe, and that lower prices must mean
unsafe, lower quality, and higher prices unwar unwarranted
ranted unwarranted profit. I sell Kimball pianos at Chicago
prices plus the freight and cost of handling,
are so carefully made, and so lasting in quality, that over430, over430,-000
000 over430,-000 Kimball Pianos have ben sold In the 57 years of their bus-
A name which has en endured
dured endured that long must
mean honest construction
and that Is just -what
Kimball does mean. It
stands for 57 years of
Let your new piano be
a Kimball. -Visit
my -wareroom and
learn about my liberal
OCALA - - - FLORIDA
w in 1 .1 1 w 1 1 1 fin 1 n 1 ." mrarmrn
BEST PI AIM
' Since 1837
i- A. EL HAMPER
Pianos at Factory Prices
The Chase Brothers, Krell,
Adam Schaaf Chase-Hackl'y,
Carlisle and Royal Pianos
Gainesville, -t- Florida
DAVIS CARRIAGE PAINTS
are colors ground In tough, elastic
Coach Varnish and one coat will
seldom that more than an ounce Is ,make your ;faded automohile or car-
needed to completely clear the skin
nage look like new.
They are easy
and gain a beautiful clear complex- to ap x an, d uh a strong. nign
ion. ue sure 10 aSK lor ine aouuie sloss.clI nchin2 Enamel finish. Made
strength othine as this Is sold under for War and tear.
guarantee of money back If It fails
to remove freckles. Adv.
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
WOODMEJN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp .No. 14 meets In
Xonge's Hall at 8 p. m. evry second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns always welcome. Adv.
J. Burden, C. C
Chas K. Sage, Clerk.
OPE.N ALL .VTGHT
a recent visit.
Honus, so the story goes, had been
coaxed, out onto the links and was
shown the intricacies of (the game.
Honus went the rounds once or
twice, but, because he was handicap handicap-ped
ped handicap-ped by the advice of the expert golf golfers,
ers, golfers, he never was able to get a full
swing at the ball. However, after
the game was over Honus remarked
that he thought he could get more
distance -with a drive if allowed to
follow his; own ideas.
"That's a mistake" said -one of
the golfers. In baseball, the harder
you hit the hall the farther it goes.
But it's different in golf. It isn't
strength that counts in the golfing
"Mehbe notmebbe not, remark remarked
ed remarked Honus. "But I kinda think I can
shoot that little 'ball pretty far if I
got a good "swipe at it."
The argument carried over until
the next day and it finally was decid decided
ed decided to let -Honus try at hitting the
hnll nftpr hie: ?r1pns. fin whpn
the golfers got on a little Hillside (jNDERTAKERS and EHBALHERS provingly
that overlooked the valley, Honus
approached the tee for the experi- FillC CaSkdS and Bllfial RobCS. go preach while we git on tae Dorch
We Make Them Tired
Because none of onr competitors
can approach us in the thoroughness
and excellence of our motor car re repairing.
pairing. repairing. Our skill comes from actual
practical knowledge gained in ,the
business, hence our rapid work Is al always
ways always better than you will find done
elsewhere, wliile our charges are
lower than others make. Hetter
find out our style of doing work.
17 N. Main St.
The Merchant's Cafe Is a first claas
place to take your meals. Open nlgh
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie-
tt tr t it tr r
civcr & iviacfiay
If you want to bay or sell
Xew and Second Hand
Farm Tools, Harness Etc.
Easy Payments if Desired.
310 S. Main St.' Ocala Fla.
Precept and Practice.
Do jou wish to go to church this
evening? Father is going to preach.
ydu know." the minister's fair daugh
ter asked. The young man considered.
-Urn. The last time 1 went be rather
fell on some cf my small fallings. Do
you know what his text will be to
night?" "Yes, 'Love One Another.
He regarded the round pink cheek a
"Suppose." he susgestod
softly, "that we let tbe old gentleman
PIN YOUR FAITH JO OCALA.
20 Per Cent. Real Estate Investment.
Docs this Look Good to You?
Two small four-room tenement houses, in good
condition, lot large enough for two more houses,
in colored section, just west of S. A. L. Railway,
on South 3d street, now rented to good tenants and
paying 20 per cent on the price asked, $600 for the two.
Titles perfect. If Interested see me at once. They will not he
long on the market at this price.
C "lAf I mTmmTmfm Heal Estate and Fire Insurance
r. uv. is i i I W
Honus teed up his ball with consid
erable sand underneath, stepped
back a foot or two, grasped the club
firmly in his huge paws and then
made a mighty swing. The wood
crashed full and fair against the ball'
and away it shot like a rifle bullet.
It cleared not only the Talley, but
the town on the other side of it, and
when last seen the iball still was
sailing upwards in the general di
rection of the sun.
"I kinda thought I could do it,'
was Honus only remark as he made
his second drive.
The fans in Chicago who have re-1
mained loyal to the Cubs are now
bemoaning the fact that Tinker and
J Evans are no longer in their midst.
'They feel that .with these two stars'
E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
OCAIiA IODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ml Work Done by. Licensed. 2m-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
J. E. McIVER
J. V. ROBERT4 .
Tnderfakina: Office .
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even-
ngs In each month. Visiting breth-
104 ren always welcome. Club .house
. .303 1 opposite postoffice, east side.
17 David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad.
t 804 ..iaJUbVBE ST
G. W. STEPHENS
Reasonable Prices, Neat Work
and Prompt Service
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Next to Haycraft Millinery Store
West of Courthouse
MThe coal supply of the earth Is
United," said the scientist. "No one
can say how long it will last." "Great
Scott!" exclaimed a man in the back
row; "and here we ve gone and wast
ed more'n a bushel of it heatin' the
hall for this lecture." Washington
There's Nothing Belter Than the Best
And that's the reason why.
When for the best you are in quest.
You'll not pass by. but will stop and buy
W. H. MARSH
pnONE 108 CITY MARKET
HIE OCALA EVENING STAH, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1014
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you nave any items for thl3 department call phone 106)
,Mr. George It. McKean of Tampa,
spent last night with Mrs. CMcKean
and daughter Marie, at the home of
Judge and Mrs. V. S. Bullock, leav leaving
ing leaving today for Gainesville to attend to
business. Tomorrow morning he will
he joined in Jacksonville by his fam family
ily family and in the afternoon they will
sail for New York, going thence to
Chautauqua Lake, X. Y. Mrs. Mc McKean
Kean McKean will return home in a few days.
Mr. Raymond Toph, who has 'been
visiting at Lakeland for ten days, is
now the guest of Mr. Horace C. Gor
don, Jr., in Tampa. j
A beautiful social affair in Ashe Ashe-vllle,
vllle, Ashe-vllle, X. C, Wednesday night, more
or les3 of interest to Floridians, was
the reception by the Daughters of
the Confederacy at Battery Park ho hole!
le! hole! at which three great grand granddaughters
daughters granddaughters of Governor John Milton,
the 'war governor of Florida, assisted-
They were Misses Lucy and Bes Bessie
sie Bessie Milton of iMarianna and 'Miss
Willie Milton Carter of Asheville.
The reception was given in com pi i
xnent to Mrs LaSalle Pickett, widow
of the South's 'beloved general, arid
Mrs. Marshall Williams, state presi president.
dent. president. I
Mrs. A. C. Cobb and Miss Fania
Pittsburg, resting his game le
up today also and will take hold of
Board of Trade work in earnest.
Mrs. B. A. Brannan returned to today
day today from a visit to her mother at
'Mrs. George Welsh and Odiss Belle
Weh have returned to Palatka af after
ter after enjoying a brief visit to Mrs. C.
Miss Winnie Hunt returned this
morning from a visit to Eastlake,
where she was the guest of Mrs. E.
F. Newport. 1
Miss Mary Lou Luckie is home
from a visit to friends at Bartow.
, Mr. I. D. Horton of Xew York
Citt is visiting at the home of 31r.
and Mrs. H. J. Ashley on Waiula
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. iLoveridge and
Mrs. I. W. Ogle were in Atlanta for
eleven days during the big excursion
and remarked t$i absence of intox intoxicated
icated intoxicated omen. They did not see one
while in .the city j although Attorney
Ulysses Lewis told them of the time
before the state went dry that dur
ing such an excursion it was unsafe
Cobb, accompanied by Mr. W. H. to walk on the sidewalk and sober
Seeley of Alachua, Mrs. Cobb'Sga
brother, left for Daytona Beach this
morning to spend a week or ten days
visiting the latter's family. Mr.
Cobb expects to join his family next
week for a brief visit before accom accompanying
panying accompanying them home.
Mrs. T. L. Wimberly, a sister of
Messrs. Eugene and Oliver Rivers,
arrived in Ocala yesterday, from
Santa Fe, and wiTnmake them a visit
of several weeks.
Mrs. H. C. Groves returned last
night (from Worthington Springs, and
though she was there only a week,
she praises highly the medicinal
:proTerties of the water.
-Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock and
"Miss Alice Bullock, are planning to
leave between 4 and 5 o'clock in the
morning for Daytona Beach. They
tall! foe away one week and -possibly
Ttev. and Mrs. Richard Dodge re returned
turned returned this imorning from Clearwa Clearwater,
ter, Clearwater, where Rev. Dodge was a valua valuable
ble valuable member of the Ocala 'baseball
team in the two first games of the
They visited all parts of the city,
even to the worst quarter, but saw
no signs 'of intoxication. If any
such were there they were well tak taken
en taken care of.
Clearwater, July 17. With Cor Cor-cho
cho Cor-cho in the box, Clearwater yesterday
shut out Ocala, 7 to 0. Ogarzon
caught Corcho, who let the visitors
down with three hits, two of which
were of the luckiest character. Clark
for Ocala, pitched a fairly good game
except in two innings when he was
batted to all parts of the field.
Neither team scored in the first three.
The locals scored one run in the
fourth. Daugherty walked, advanc advanced
ed advanced on Thomas' hit and was scored by
Ogarzon. In the fifth two runs were
added on two singles, a double and a
stolen base. In the sixth a fusillade
of hits, combined with an error
brought in four more runs.
The Game by Dining First
Ocala: Dodge struck out. Brown
reached first on an error by second.
Chazal struck out. Harris out on a
fly to left.
Clearwater: Booth filed out to
right. Couch was out short to first.
Kirk walked and McReynolds reach reached
ed reached first on an error. Daugherty
ended the inning with a grounder to
. Ocala: Thompson was hit by the
pitcher. Bullock out at first on a
double play. Dewey hit safe between
second and first. Davis struck out.
Clearwater: Thomas out. to left.
Betts out on a fly to second. Ogagon
flied out to center.
Pry .tois lepaiipflpOTt!
TTxTTEX fTVTtNTM A
MEDAL CONTEST TONIGHT
V Dr. "W. 'H. Dodge, after an absence
of a week, returned home this aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. 'He visited his sister in
Wilmington, Del., spent a few days
Sn Richmond, Va., and made a hrief
visit to his sons in Jacksonville. Dr.
Dodge and son, ;Rev. Richard 'Dodge
of Cape Charles, Va., exchanged pul pulpits
pits pulpits for the month of July, tout when
the latter left Virginia the first of
June for Ocala a minister in Rich Richmond
mond Richmond leased the manse for two
.months and he has been occupying
the Presbyterian pulpit 'during Rev.
Miss Catherine Livingston has as
her attractive guest .for a fortnight
Hiss Beulah Whitney of Jackson
ville, who arrived this morning from
x Orange Lake, where she has heen
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Dixon Irvine.
Within the next 'few 'days Misses
Xlinnie Jackson and -iNaney Doster
will arrive from Birmingham, Ala.,
to visit IMiss Livingston.
Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Irvine of Or Orange
ange Orange Lake wTere well known visitors
friends of Master Ford mrasey
will regret to hear of his Illness at
the home of his grandmother, Mrs.
IL A. Ford..
Mrs. W. B. Taylor and daughter,
Miss .Elizabeth Taylor, are .among
the Gainesville contingent spending
the month at Daytona Beach. They
are guests of the Seaside Inn.
Mrs. G. C. Shepherd Was moved
yesterday to the Marion County Hos
pital for an operation which will he
performed either this afternoon or
tomorrow. The friends of Dr. and
Mrs. Shepherd sincely hope that the
operation will be successful.
Mrs. J. D. Rooney son Leland and
daughter Annie, came home today
from Woodmar, where they have
keen spending the past six weeks
most pleasantly in Commodore Good-
win's foungaiow, 'The Oaks." Sec Sec-mit&ry
mit&ry Sec-mit&ry Rooney, who has been with
Bis family since his return from
The Woman's Christian Temper Temperance
ance Temperance Union will hold a silver medal
contest tonight at the Baptist church
beginning at 8 o'clock, when the fol following
lowing following program will -be carried out:
Song, Onward Christian Soldiers.
Piano solo Avalee 'Edwards.
Recitation, He Never Blamed the
Booze- Clara Curry.
Recitation How a Little Girl
Emptied the Jug Emily Wenzel.
'Recitation, The Brave Hunter's
Child Maryela Bray.
'Recitation, A Father's Story
An Old Man's Story Alethea Ash Ashley.
ley. Ashley. Duet, "The 'Light in the Gilded
Parlor" Mrs. D. A. Smith, Claude
Quintet, "O, Holy and Most High"
Mrs. D. A. Smith, Miss Eunice
Marsh, Mr. (MoMann, Frank Gates
and Dr. Blalock.
Mrs. B. H. Seymour will play the
pipe organ for this son.
Presentation of medal .by. Rev. R.
Collection and closing song.
Come early and hring your friends.
Medal Contest Superintendent.
Music and musical instruments at
The Murray Company. 7-16-3t
These hats are brand
new goods that are
worth up to $3.
We did not carry av aver
er aver a single hat last
season and do not
want to this season.
Look at the Window
I Third Inning
I Ocala: Clark hit over short.
Todge safe on a fielder's choice.
Clark out at second. Brown did like likewise,
wise, likewise, Dodge being caught at second.
Chazal ended the inning -with a
grounder to second.
Clearwater: Corcho walked, Booth
hit by pitcher; Couch flied out to
first. Corcho forced at third on
Kirk's grounder to short. McRey McReynolds
nolds McReynolds flied out to short.
Ocala: Harris flied out to third,
Thompson followed suit to first, and
Bullock 'wasn't to be outdone so he
sent one to center.
Clearwater: Daugherty walked.
Thomas hit between first and second.
Betts flied out to, left. Daugherty
scored on Ogarzon's single to left,
Corcho flied out to left and Booth
fouled out to right.
Ocala: Dewey was out on a
grounder to first, Davis struck out
and was out on a fly to left. I;
Clearwater: Couch hit to left.
Kirk .put a two-bagger over the-left
fielder's head, scoring Couch. Mc McReynolds
Reynolds McReynolds out pitcher to first. Daugh Daugherty
erty Daugherty 'walked. Thomas struck out.
Betts singled over second scoring
Kirk. Daugherty out at the plate.
Ocala: Dodge struck out. Brown
out pitcher to first. Chazal singled
over short. Harris out third to
Clearwater: Ogarzon singled over
short. Corcho reached first on Dew
ey's fumble. Booth hit through sec
ond, scoring Ogarzon and Corcho.
Couch went to second when Dewey
overthrew first. Kirk singled over
third, scoring Booth and Couch. Mc McReynolds
Reynolds McReynolds flied out to second. Daugh Daugherty
erty Daugherty struck out. Thomas out short
Ocala: Thompson out to left.
Bullock flied out to pitcher and Dew Dewed
ed Dewed died on a grounder to short.
' Clearwater: Betts flied out to sec second,
ond, second, Ogarzon struck out and Corcho
struck out. f
BEAUTIFUL STYLES M ALL TEE NEWEST SEAM
They are here in Plisse and Serpentine Crepe, and
Ami Silk. The great range in styles, colors and
prices makes the line most complete. To see them is
to be convinced.
In this, our
receiving New presses, Blouses and Skirts
every day. Each shipment brings the latest creations.
o lo Ml
self if he had not been yanked at
the end of the-third, -during which
Inning Ocala accumulated two runs.
It should Ibe stated that the .fire .fireworks
works .fireworks in this inning started when
Dodge got on first through an inex inexcusable
cusable inexcusable error tby Betts and through
i no fault of the pitcher. In fact a
large part of the scoring yesterday
was due to the fact that the whole
team seemed to go to pieces and er errors
rors errors ""were as 'frequent and fatal as
bullets in a Mexican ibattle. In this
third inning a passed hall was re responsible
sponsible responsible for one run and an error
by Thomas for the second.
At the beginning of the fourth
Marsh 'went into the ibox and Ocala
proceeded to score two more runs.
The fusillade in this inning includ included
ed included a two-bagger. Clearwater went
out in order.
At the beginning of the fifth 'Betts
'went behind the bat and Thomas
went to second. The change seemed
to do Thomas a world of good. He
started to play the position like a
regular ball player,- and the first
chance he had at the pill, in the
(Good ffiaiigs Eat
Oranges Bananas New Irish Potatoes j
Marlon County Fresh Smoked Hams j
Marion County Fresh Smoked Sides I
BRICK CITY COFFEE, 40c FIRST PRODUCT COFFEE, 30c 1
Fresh Roasted and, ground In our ownmachine every day. j
Sliced Breakfast Bacon Dried Sliced Bee' $
Sliced Boiled Ham, for Lunches
EGGS, Fresh from the Country, always in stock
New1 Salt Mackerel
Grape Juice Ginger Ale
Olive Oil Salad Dressing
Meffert's Home Cured Hams, Shoulders; Sides and Jowls, the finest
Smoked Bacon you ever ate. Also Meffert's Hog lard in 01b cans.
Whitworth'fi 'Homemade, Sour, Spiced Pickles In bulk. ""
Ocala: Davis struck out, Clark out sixth h .pickled it for V two-bagger
tcher to first, Dodge walked, over, left, and scored on Booth's hit
Brown flied out to third.
Clearwater: Booth struck out.
Couch flied out to short. Kirk out,
second to first.v
Ocala: Chazal out pitcher to first,
Harris flied out to short, Thompson
Seen by the Sun
Following is a description of the
game of Tuesday, from Willis B.
Powell's inimitable pen:
Tuesday's "game' may be de described
scribed described in several ways. It might
be considered a joke by Ocala. It
might be treated as an exhibition of
some rare and priceless specimens
of ivory. Or it might be looked
upon as a demonstration of a fact
which has been suspected hereto heretofore,
fore, heretofore, that it is extremely difficult to
win ball games without pitchers,
even though the opposing team may
not be excessively supplies in this re regard.
gard. regard. For instance, Clearwater went into
the game yesterday with Wilder in
the box, and he proved true to his
name. At that a great deal of credit
is due him. He was cool and nervy
and possessed a nice assortment of
curves. He had been out of the
game for several months and proba probably
bly probably for this reason lacked control.
He 'might have gotten hold of him-
over second. In the seventh Thomas
shone again. Betts first man up,
walked and stole second. Daugherty
took first on a fielder's choice and
was spiked sliding Into second. Mc McReynolds
Reynolds McReynolds took his tplace and proceed proceeded
ed proceeded to steal third. Thomas scored
him on a two-bagger. Thomas stole
third and scored on a passed hall,
giving the locals their third and last
Ocala continued to accumulate
runs at frequent intervals until they
had eight to their credit. It looked
as if they could have made more if
they had wanted to very much. It
was a sad game from the standpoint
of Clearwater sad and tearful
not so much because we lost, but he he-cause
cause he-cause "practically the vhole team
seemed utterly lacking in the ginger
whic hthey usually possess, and
seemed utterly demoralized by the
lack of a regular pitcher. Don't
know how many errors they made.
Afraid to look at the box score.
Ocala played' only a mediocre
game. Pat Anderson had nothing
but a straight, fast ball, and iinder
ordinary conditions Clearwater would
have batted him all over the lot.
Anderson held the locals hitless for
seven innings. Brown, the visitor's
first sacker, pulled off stellar stunts,
getting a double, two singles and
accepting eleven chances in faultless
Morion County Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
First consideration and especial attention given to gmali tract.
The rest room which the Ocala merchants maintain for the use
a. t t A 1 m m M t. AV
oi uur oat town visitors who are in me cuy lor a lew uuura
with noMiing to do is located on the corner of Fort Kin avenue
and South 3Iain street, opposite the Theus-Zachry furniture
store. The ladles especially ivlll find Comfort Lodge a convenient
place to rest during the day's shopping. The conveniences we are
able to offer at Comfort Lodge are free and you are Invited "to
take advantage of them.
JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE
Put Your Ad. in the STAR if you went RESULT
THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914
i:TZM I NG Kit ELECTED
IF YOU WANT "RETTEiS" TOOLS, COME TO US.
AVE NOT ONLY KEEP RETTER TOOLS RUT WE SHAVED
THE PRICE RIGHT DOWN LOW WHEN WE MARKER s OUR
ALL THROUGH OUR STOKE WE KEEP THE BETTER
GRADE OF HARDWARE AND WE MAKE THE PRICE LOW,
RECA USE WE WANT TO SEE YOU EVERYTJME YOU NEEli
Mil MM! MMM 'ilwdi c
.tone lib, ticaia, fia
t jjC-Y pp ov0
GOLD IS IN O UR JE WELR Y S TORE. THERE jS NO DROSS
ABOUT IT. EVERYTHING ELSE CONNECTED WITH OUR BUS BUSINESS
INESS BUSINESS IS ON THE SAME HONEST STRAIGHT FOR WARP PRINCI PRINCIPLE.
PLE. PRINCIPLE. WE HA VE MADE A S UCCESS OF O UR B USINESS ON THIS
METHOD AND WE SHALL NEVER CHANGE IT. WHAT DO YOU
WANT IN THE JE WELR Y LINE RIGHT NO W? WE HA VE IT.
A. E. BURNETT,
The Reliable Jeweler, Merchants RIock, Ocala, Fla.
i r '
Forth Worth Man Will le Secretary
of R. Y. I U. of
Lake City, July 17. Louis E.
Entzminger, o: Fort Worth, Texas,
has been elected Sunday school and
B. Y. P. U. secretary of Florida, at
the session of the State B. Y. P. U.,
How in annual session in this city.
He -will succ'3l eGorre Hyman, who
Sanford. The Flor-
encampment is enthus-
is now paster at,
iastic over his election, as Mr. Entz Entzminger
minger Entzminger is considered cne of the best
Sunday school men in America.
WORTH THE PRICE
MRS. M. A. Pi LEW'S
Including Meals and Stateroom Accommodations
Tickets iMoiif on Visiles
Good Returning any Steamer to October 31st.
Only Direct Line from
THROUGH RATES TO ALL POINTS IN NORTHERN. STATES
Apply to H. G. WENZELV Florida Passenger Agent,
A 122 West Ray Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
Could Not Be Sat Satisfied
isfied Satisfied With Any
ORTY dollars for an
taster uat: exciaimcu
William Henry Dabnej.
"You must be crazy."
"But William, dear,"
his wife replied, "you
must remember that
prices are high for everything now.
One can't get a hat that is worth look looking
ing looking at for less than $35 or $40 any
"I don't care. 1 won't stand for
any such foolishness. You must
think I find money. It's preposterous.
Forty dollars is more than I'd pay for
a suit of clothes."
"Oh, very well. If you want me to
look like a frump I suppose I'll have
to be satisfied with some cheap
"That's it! Now sniffle. Oh, well!
Go ahead. Spend everything we've
got on clothes if
It'll keep you
from crying. I
can't stand that.
Here's the money.
Now don't let me
hear any more
she said, "putting
her arms around
his neck, "I knew
you were going to
be nice about it.
Now I'm not go going
ing going to scold you
any more about
only please try to
it's bad for your
eyes when you smoke too much."
For a week Mabel Dabney looked j
at hats. There was one that she
"wanted, but the price was $45, and she
couldn't muster up the courage me
needed to ask her husband for more
money. Day after day she tried it
on, and every time she did. so she be became
came became more thoroughly convinced that
Bhe could not be satisfied with any anything
thing anything else. The girl who waited oii
her was a pale, sickly-looking, crea creature,'
ture,' creature,' and, at last, Mrs. Dabney be began
gan began to be interested in her.
"What Is the matter?" she asked
one day, when the young woman sud suddenly
denly suddenly began to cry.
"I don't know. I feel faint."
"What Is your name?" Mrs.- Dab Dabney
ney Dabney asked.
"You ought not to be working here.
"I know I am,
but I can't give
"Why not? Do
you live at
. "Well, can't
your parents care
for you? Why do
you have to
."My father 13
dead and my
been able to walk
f rT fivo vpnra.
"I Think It's the Qur rent bas been
Worry That due for. three
o.m wekB. and I
s,ck don't know what
we are to do. I think It's the worry
that has made me sick. I can't sleep
"Tell me where you live. I want
to go and see your mother."
Three days later Mrs. Dabney went
again to look for an Easter hat, but
not at the place where Clara Jeffries
worked. At last she found one that
L suited her. The price was $12.
"William, dear," she asked when
she came downstairs, dressed for
church" on Easter morning, "how do
you like my hat?"
He looked at her critically.
"It's a beauty," he said. "Becomes
you better than any other bat I ever
saw you wear. I'm glad I gave you
the money. Y$u look ten years young younger
er younger than you did."
"I feel ten years younger, too, dear.
I think this Is the best hat I ever got
In my. life for the money."
.Mrs. M. A. Pillans passed away
yesterday, after a short illness, at
the home of her daughter, Mi:?. J.
A. Evans, at 200 East Robinson ave avenue.
nue. avenue. For many years Mrs. Pillans has
made her home here, and during
that time has won for herself a wide
circle of friends, all of whom will be
greatly grieved at the. news of her
death. She is survived by four chil children:.
dren:. children:. Mrs. H. J. Anderson and Mr.
W. P. Pillans of Lakeland, Mr. C. P.
Pillans of Ocala, and Mrs. Evans.
The -body -will be taken to Eleltra,
for burial this' morning.
Brief funeral services -will be-conducted
at the residence this -morning
at S:30, by Dr. J. W. Stags, of
the Presbyterian church. Orlando
DAVIS, CLiAItK & CLARK
Gainesville, Fla., July 15, 1914.
We beg to announce that we have
formed a co-partnership for the gen general
eral general practice of law, under Hje firm
name of Davis, Clark & Clark.
Our offices have been established
in suite 9, second floor of the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville National Bank Building, in .this
city. Robt. W. Davis,
Frank Clark, Jr.
(Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm 'wel 'welcome
come 'welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
A GIHTS REASOX
OME, darling," he begged,
"won't you name the day
on which I am to be made
the happiest of men?"
"Wait till after Easter."
"Why can't you decide
now? I have been patient a long
"Please don't ask me."
"Oh then there is some reason
aside from the fact that you're not
In a hurry."
"I wish you wouldn't question me.
Why can't you be patient?"
"You haven't been fair with n?e."
"Oh, very well; If you think bo let
us drop the whole matter."
"I can't let you go this way, Mabel.
I beg your pardon for what I said.
I love you so that I suppose I must
often seem unreasonable. Won,t you4j
tell me why you want to put me on:
until after Easter?" j
"Please don't ask ne. If I told
you I should only make you unhappy.
Why can't you let well enough alone?"
"Let well enough alone? Good
heavens! Do you call it well enough
when a man can't sleep and can't eat
and can't do his work as it ought to
be done? If you keep me In doubt
much longer I shall have nervous
prostration. Come, dear, please say
In Greek legends lotus eaters were
a people who ate the fruit and drank
the juice of the lotus, a prickly shrub
possessing the power to cause con consumers
sumers consumers to lose all thoughts of home
and kindred and to sink into a stupor
in which they were but half awake
and half asleep. The term is now
sometimes applied to persons who for forget
get forget the claims of relatives and coun country,
try, country, or to those who lead a languid
and listless life.
If you need a ledger or any other
blank book you can get it at The
Murray Company.- 7-16-3t
"Please, Say You'll Be Mine."
you'll be mine, and let's have the day
set right away."
;"No, no. I wish you would quit
pestering me. I tell ycu I can't give
you your answer till r.rter Easter."
"Then tell me why you want me
"You wouldn't be satisfied if I 'did.'
"Yes I will. I promise."
"Very well, if you insist. I'm going
to have such a beautiful Easter hat
and such a lovely Easter gown that
I want Billy Daniels to see me with
them on. 'Then, if nothing happens,
I'll, give you the answer you want."
S. E. KISER
OCALA HOUSE NOTOPB
WING to the great demand for rooms, we
have opened the house for the accomodation
of the public. The remodeling of the house
has not been completed, and the formal opening
will not take place nor will all rooms be ready be before
fore before September 15th: However we have ample
first class rooms, with every modern convenience,
for all who may apply. No flies, no dirt, airy and
We are spending"$15,000.00 on and in the Ocala
House, and no hotel in the state will be better
equipped to care for the traveling public, and at
LOlliS N. -nngT Manager
Easter Message of Immortality
To those to whom death has brought
keen sorrow comes the Easter mes message:
sage: message: l am the resurrection and the
life." It needs to them hp proof,
no scientific demonstration. Through
the insight which is vouchsafed men
in their hours of crisis, they have
the vision of this mortal putting on
of immortality. A man was talking
the other day of the deathof his sixteen-year-old
son, who had been for
years his close companion. "I feel,"
he said, "that he is closer to me now
than he was at home a fortnight ago."
There was no need of argument ther.
The seers of all ages have known
that the qualities which they have
loved in human personalities are un undying
dying undying and that the personalities em embodying
bodying embodying those qualities are living the
K. of P.
meet Monday evening.
Ready for Bisiiess.
I am now prepared to give my undivided attention to all kinds of
Jewelry and Watch Repairing.
I have all the latest appliances for. doing work of this class
quickly and at the lowest possible expense. Give me a trial.
J. CHARLES SMITE,
Carlisle Drug Store Building
ill n r i i
For Entire Week
iTi VU L1U.L
We will put on sale over 5,000 yards of the latest
Summer Dress Goods, consisting mainly on Splash
Crepes, Ratines, Pongees, Figured Crepes, Plisses,
Embroidered Crepes, and many other goods in the
very latest patterns. These goods sold up to 49
cents per yard, they go for the week at only
LOOK AT THE WINDOW
Come in and buy any of these goods and if you are
not satisfied- with your purchase for any reason
whatsoever we will refund every cent you have paid
You Will Eventually Trade Here.
Why Not Now?
WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?
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kitchen most hy&enic in Jblorlda; 418
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS
iz seems tnere was no need for Father to hurry after all
Ort .SAM PA.UISTEN TO
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A HUNDRED eoPt-E- AFTER,
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OVER AHCAO OF E.vyeoiy
AND CIHCM IT
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' -"'T mi. I I IN SVCH A JVMF- lt HCVJC I riAIUnuUMU I tillBniLfTD XUnD V "N. Ifci I W fV7
Allegations that the River and Har Har-1
1 Har-1 hor Bill is a Pork Barrel
Washington, D. C, July 17.
"The river and harbor appropriation
bill is the product of a representa
tive form of government, and I am ai
firm believer in the representative creekg
turn, sends it to Congress for legis legislation
lation legislation on the subject.
Is it not fair to assume, in view of
the careful investigation that is giv given
en given every individual project by the
corps of engineers engaged in river
and harbor work, that anything that
j looks like fpork' will be discovered
by this body of trained engineers,
and will be reported upon adverse adversely?
ly? adversely? It is ridiculous to ;believe other otherwise
wise otherwise for the entire corps is jealous
to a degree of its goad name, and its
reputation for clean methods as the
servants of the people.
"The criticism. that is being made
1 against certain appropriations for
character of our government, said hart)or bill, is also most" un warrant warrant-General
General warrant-General Dan C. Kingman, chief of;ed. What would a!n appropriation of
engineers, a3 he discussed the crit criticisms
icisms criticisms now being made against cer certain
tain certain features of the river and har harbor
bor harbor tbill.
"The river and harbor bill is the
combined judgment of the corps of
engineers engaged on river and har har-oor
oor har-oor twork, plus the intelligent under understanding
standing understanding of the needs of particular
'localities on the part of the commit committees
tees committees of the, two houses of Congress
having improvements of our rivers
and harbors in hand.
"Without the representative char character
acter character of, our legislation, it is my honest-
conviction that appropriations
for projects might find their .way
Into (budgets that would savor of
'pull rather than have the project!
stand upon its own merit.
"The representative is the mouth mouthpiece
piece mouthpiece of his constituency and as sucm
is supposed to present; to the com committees
mittees committees of Congress the needs of his
people, and' if lie should ask legisla legislation
tion legislation that his people do not want or
do not demand, they will veryquick veryquick-ly
ly veryquick-ly tell "him so and will very readily
find someone who will represent
"So far as the charges go that the
present riv-er ands harbor 'bill con contains
tains contains an unlimited amount -of. 'pork
I anl happy to state that in so fa.r as
the engineer j corps, is concerned,
there "has ibeen no recommendation
made that 'has not 'been the subject
of close and painstaking study. The
act of 1902 provides that after Con Congress
gress Congress has ordered a survey of a pro project,
ject, project, the local or district engineer
' reports upon the advisability, ade adequacy,
quacy, adequacy, cost and commercial import importance
ance importance of the "improvements This re report
port report is, in turn, referred to the di division
vision division engineer who approves or
modifies it as the facts appear before
him. From the division engineer
the report goes to the 'board of en engineers
gineers engineers for rivers and harbors, who
examine it with scrupulous care, giv giving
ing giving their approval if the project be
meritorious, and finally7 it reaches
the chief of engineers to be examin examined
ed examined by him with just as much dis discrimination
crimination discrimination as was shown the pro project
ject project by those below At each stage
of the proceeding local interests may
toe heard, for or against the contem contemplated
plated contemplated improvement, and then, after
it receives the stamp of approval of
the chief of engineers, it is transmit transmitted
ted transmitted to the secretary of war, who, in
$5,000 accomplish for the mouth of
the -Mississippi or the Ambrose chan channel?
nel? channel? You might just as well shovel
that many dollars into the sea as to
expect to make an impression upon
either of these two great projects.
But $5,000 spent on a creek may be
the difference between increased
freight movement, or the absolute
abandonment of a stream as a means
of transportation. There are num numberless
berless numberless creeks in the United States
the work 'creek' being tout a local
designation for a stream whose
tonnage rival mighty waters and" a
new tnousana dollars spent upon
them means the development of sec
tions that otherwise would remain
virgin soil. It means increased
crops, increased markets, and in in-iriereased
iriereased in-iriereased prosperity.
"My judgment, is that there is less
than one-half of one per cent 'pork'
in the river- and harbor bill now
pending before the Senate."
If you wish to go away for the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland nouse at Monteagie,
Tenn. Rates, $7 to 510 per week.
Two months' Chautauqua, from July
1st to August 31st, which is a fine
entertainment. Monteagie is on the
top of the Cumberland mountain,
over 2,000 feet above ?ea level. The
finest mineral water, most elegant
scenery east of the Rockies. For
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
there is no place like Monteagie in
the South. Write at' once to Mrs.
E. W. WTIlliams, Proprietress, the
Cumberland House, Monteagie; Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. 6-13-tf
When cleaning out your trunk?
and chiffonier drawers, packing away
clothes for a trip or for the summer,
save the clean cotton rags and bring
them to the Star office and turn them
Into cash, whether you have five or
a hundred pounds. tf
KNldtXTS 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. Wm. M. Gober .C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. R. S. Ad
STORES WTLIi CLOSE THURSDAY
OCALA CHURCH DIRECTORY
. You'll have
Why not now?
of all kinds
made to order
PRESBYTERIAN -Corner of Ft
King-avenue and Watula street: pas pastor
tor pastor W. H. Dodge; residence 309 Ft.
King avenue; phone 233. Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a.m.;
superintendent W. H. Dodge; morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Mis
sion Society 3 p. m.; evening sermon ;
7:15 o'clock. Midweek prayer meet meeting
ing meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30.
CATHOLIC North Magnolia St.;
priest, D. Bottolaclo; residence 327
North Orange street; Sunday ser services:
vices: services: High mass 10 a. m.; vespers
5 p. m ; Sunday school 3 to 5 p. m.;
communion services second Sundays
6:30 a. m.; also regular service.
EPISCOPAL Corner S. Broadway
and Watula streets; rector, Rev. Jas.
G. Glass; residence 311 S. Broadway;
phone 415. Sunday services: Holy
communion 7:30 a. m.; Sunday
school, 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer,
litany and sermon 11 a. m.; evening
prayer 7:30 p. m.; choir practice
7:30 p. m. Friday; meetings of ves
try and societies at hours appointed.
METHODIST Cornel 'ort King
avenue pht south -Main street: pas pastor
tor pastor J. M. Gross; residence 4vd Fort
King avenue; phone 157; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:3 a. m..
superintendent L. N. Green; morn
ing sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League i p. m.; Senior Ep-
worth League 3 p. m.; Senior Ep-
worth League, 4 p. m.; evening
sermon 7:30 o'clock. Midweek prayer
meeting Wednesday evening 7:30.
Choir practice Friday evening at the
BAPTIST Corner North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia and North Second streets; pastor
Bunyan Stephens; residence 52C Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue; phone 314; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. rn.
superintendent W. T. Gary; morning
sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Baptist
Young People's Union 4 p. m.; Sen Senior
ior Senior Baptist Young People's .Union
6:45 p. m.; evening sermon 7:30 p.
m. Midweek prayer meeting Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening 7:'30 o'clock
The undersigned merchants here hereby
by hereby agree to close their respective
places of business on Thursdays at
1 p. m., beginning June 4th, and
continuing to and including Septem September
ber September 10th, and also agree to close
their places of .business not later
than 6:30 p. m. on other days ex excepting
cepting excepting Saturdays.
H. B.f Masters Company.
E. T. HUvenston.
Marion Hardware Co.
E. G. Rivers. .
,0. K. Teapot Grdcery.
Counts Grocery Co.
H. A. Waterman.
L. W. Harley. f
Mclver & Mackay.
J. L. Smith Grocery Co.
' Hayes & Guynn.
The Murray Company.
M. A. Bostick.
A. M. Lansford.
Liszt a Dry Smoker.
Liszt was a dry smoker of a pecu peculiar
liar peculiar type. Massenet, who knew him
well In his later years tells us that
Liszt could not play unless he had a
cigar in his mouth, which he never
troubled to light He would sit down
to the piano. with a cigar between his
teeth and keep munching it all the
time he played. When the cigar was
quite eaten up, the Abbe would rise
from the instrument, exhausted.
If you are thinking of having you house
PAINTED OR PAPERED or any INTERIOR
DECORATING done be sure to see us before
letting your wori out. We use nothing hut first
.class material and have hai
OVER 23 YEARS EXPEDIENCE
We guarantee to give entire satisfaction.
Our motto !s "Live and Let Live
S. J. CInplta .& Walter Tagg
O. BOX 423 OCALA, FLA.
BEST DIARRHOEA REMEDY
If you have ever used Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy you know that it is a suc
cess. Sam F. Guin, Whatley, Ala.,
writes. "I had measles and got
caught out in the rain, and it settled
in my stomach and bowels. I had
an awful time, and had it not been
for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy I could not possi-.
bly have lived but a few hours long longer,
er, longer, but thanks to this remedy, I am
now well and strong." For sale by
all dealers. adv.
Delay has been Dangerous In Ocala
Do the right thing at the right time.
Act quickly in time of danger.
In time of kidney danger Doan's
Kidney Pills are most effective.
Plenty of evidence of their worth.
, L. B. Griggs, tfarmer and fruit
grower, Lynne, Fla., says: "My
Kidneys had been disordered for sev several
eral several weeks and I was very nervous
and lost my appetite. My "back ach ached
ed ached a great part of the time and I al also
so also had some bladder trouble I knew
my case needed attention and decid
ed to try Doan's Kidney Pills, as i!
had heard so much about them from
those who had used them with bene benefit.
fit. benefit. I got a supply from Oerig's Drug
Store and toegan using them. They
did just as advertised, for I could'
feel their good effects almost im immediately
mediately immediately and was soon rid of the
PHr HOn. nt all dealers. Dnn't:
simply ask for a kidney remedy j
Doan's Kidney Pills the same" thatj
Mr. Griggs had. Foster-Milbu n
Co., Proprietors, Buffalo, N. Y.- 4
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling In
Quality or Price
COLLIER BEOS., Proprietors.
OCALA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Open daily except Sunday from 3
to 5 p. xri. Board of Trade rooms,
Ocala House blocs.
Louise E. Gamsby, Librarian
Ocala Chapter, No. 23, O. E. S- i
meets at Yonge's hau tne second and
fourth Thursday evenings of facb
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M. l
Miss Florrle Condon, Sec'y.
Jones "Are you serious la your at attentions
tentions attentions to Miss Hulks?" Bones -Rather!
Her father did me out of
140,000 on the stock exchange last
month and I'll get that back if I have
to marry the whole family for it"
See, Phone or Write
WGODMAR SAND AND
Phone 331, N Main St
Own your own nome Dy Duying a
modern bungalow on easy terms-of
the Ocala Lumber & Supply Com Company.
pany. Company. 5-15-tf
it is Just Natural v
To Admire Babies
Our altrustic nature Impels love for the
cooing infant. And at the same time
the subject of
l"!."iJ Ji !.'. .'.'flgfP motherhood in pvpt
before us. To know
what to do that will
add to the physical
comfort of expectant
motherhood is a sub subject
ject subject that has inter interested
ested interested most women oi
all times. One of
the real helpful
things is an external
abdominal application sold ia most
drug stores under the name of "Mother's
Friend." We have known so many grand grandmothers,
mothers, grandmothers, who in their younger days
relied upon this remedy, and who recom recommend
mend recommend it to their own daughters that it
certainly must be what its name indi indicates.
cates. indicates. They have used it for its direct
Influence upon the mustles. cords, liga ligaments
ments ligaments and tendons as it aim3 to afford
relief from the strain and pain so often
unnecessarily severe during the period of
A little book mailed by Bradfield Regu Regulator
lator Regulator Co.. 305 Lamar Bldg.. Atlanta, Ga,.
refers to many things that women like to
read about. It refers not only to the
relief from muscle strain due to their
expansion but also to nausea, morning
sickness, caking of breasts and many
ECLIPSE ROOFING CEMENT
It is the greatest cement in ex existence
istence existence to stop leaks in tin or metal
roofs and gutters; never fails; ever everlasting.
lasting. everlasting. Oeala Seed Store. 6-23-lm
Malaria or Oiiiiis & Fevei
Prescription No. 666 is prepared especiall'
for MALARIA or CHILLS &, FEVER
rive or six doses will break any case, an
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will no
return. It acta on the liver better tha:
Calomel and doct not ppe or sicken. 25
This hank 1 always open until 8
o'clock in the evening on Saturdays
and Mondays; on' other days of the
week it closes at 3 o'clock in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The bank wjll observe all
legal holidays, both state and na national,
tional, national, and will remain closed on
George Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL
On the .Atlantic ocean, seventeen miles from. Jacksonville; facing
the finest, smoothest and broadest bathing beach In the world. The
summer climat& is cool and comfortable, to the surprise of our patrons
from other states, who nave an Idea that it is hot oecause in the south.
Water temperatures are mild, hanging around SO to 85, so that the
most delicate person can derive much benefit fr6m surf bathing.
Rates $2.50 to $3 a dey S12 to $18 a week.. Week end ratesSI.50.
W. II. ADA3IS, Owner and Manager, Pablo Beach, Florida
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on Bis Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Business.
Ocala Stleanni LauiMSi?y.
402-401 S- Main Street
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Mp.de on All Con
ract Work. Gives more and betUr
vork tor the money than nj other
tractor in the
Mrs. Sadie P. Clawson, Indiana,
Pa., was bothered with indigestion.
"My stomach pained me night and
day," she writes. "I would feel
bloated and have headache and belch belching
ing belching after eating. I also suffered
from constipation. My daughter
had used Chamberlain's Tablets and
they did her so much good that she
gave me a few doses of them and in insisted
sisted insisted upon me trying them. They
helped me as nothing else has done."
For sale by all dealers adv.
"If it Isn't an Eastman It Isn's a
kodak." lerir;' Drug Stores,!
igenta 5-16-tf j
An ElccMc Fan?
I HAVE TEEM
' In AM Sizes
E Wo TUCIKEE
J. E. FRAMPTON
, x piano tune;r
Located In Ocala. Fla., Expert work
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. Kimball Co-, Ocala,
CONCORDIA LODGE F. "3. OF A.
Concordia L,oage, FrAtrnai Union
of America, meets IT Tonge's Hall
on the second .Thursday evening of
acb month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.1L
. Chas. K. Sage, Secrets ry. Id
THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914
ri E" ri
s pi r i ri I n I i n
fl' ii mil iiiiiiiiiiHiHiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiii
We must clear out our stock, as we are overloaded and need room. In order to do
this we realize that we must stick the knife in the prices, and cut the profits to a minimum,
in some instances cut the profits entirely. This will be a real clearance of honest, season season-able
able season-able values, which must go quickly.
Men's Straw Hats.
$2.00 values, sale price.-.-- 98c
$2.50 values, sale price 1.49
$3.50 values, sale price 1-98
H 27-inch Sheeting, regular
7c value, sale price. ... . "V
H Men's Felt Hats.
$2.00 values, sale price. 1.49
$2.50 values, sale price. .... 1.98
$3.00 values, sale price. 2.49
$3.50 values, sale price . 2.98
1 Ladies9 Shoes and Oxfords.
"'""Ml,,, II I
$1.50 values, sale price..
1.75 values, sale p$ice.
2.25 values, sale price.
2.50 values, sale price.
3.00 values, sale price..
3.50 values, sale price.
4.00 values, sale price.
1 5c Talcum Powder, sale
price, per box
H Men's Shoes and Oxfords.
$1.65 values, sale price. .... $1.39
2.00 values, sale price. .... 1.69
EE 2.50 values, sale price. . 1.98
EE 2.75 values, sale price. . 2.39
3.00 values, sale price. .... 2.49
EE 3.50 values, sale price. . 2.98
. 4.00 values, sale price. .. 3.49
EE 4.50 values, sale price .... 1 3.98
5.00 values, sale price -. 4.49
10 yards sheeting, 36 inches wide,
EE regular 12c value, QQp
$2.50 values, sale price.----- 98c
3.50 " .- 1-49
5.00 " -....-1.98
65c Sailors, sale price ------ 47c
35c " 23c
Don't fail' to visit this great sale as it means a money saving for you. There is
marking up first and then "marked down" signs placed on goods at regular prices.
ese prices win convince
90c values, sale price..
10.00 to 15.00
Ladies9 Vests, 8c value, El
sale price . - -
65c value, sale price 49c
1.25 " .... 89c
1.50 " " --- 129
$1.00 values, sale price.
7.00 to 8.00
Don't fail to Visit this Department.
Men's 50c B. V. D.
Underwear, sale price
Await You in Every Department.
65c values, sale price..
75c values, sale price..
2.00 Front Lace
15c value the world over.
Torchon Linen Lace.
8c value, sale price
10-15c Shadow .......
10c' value, sale price
15c " ..
20c " ". .....
35c 27-in. Flouncing .....
Men's Work Shirts, 50c 0"7
values, sale price
Dress Wash Goods.
12c values, sale price
20c Persian Lawn,
Silk or Satin.
36-inch wide, regular price $1.25,
Sale Price 89c
HIGH a rdlllb.
$1.75 values, sale price.
3.50 44 41
Men's 35c Underwear,
sale price :.
cala. Florida m
Only Merit Counts in the Selection
The most important feature of the
new American National Guard act,
says a writer in the London Chron Chronicle,
icle, Chronicle, is the,taking of the nomination
of officers out of the hands of govr
ernors of states and placing this
function In the custody of the pres president.
ident. president. This removes the whole mat
ter "from the political field.
The president with the sanction
of Congress can call for any number
of volunteers and they are placed on
exactly the same -footing as other en enlisted
listed enlisted men except that they must be
dismissed as soon after the procla
mation of peace as practicable. The
writer continues: hen It is re-
remembered that the United States
has no reserve force as it is operated
in Europe, and that the law limits
the standing army to 100,000, it, will
at once be seen how important are
the new powers to the nation.
In theory of course, compulsory
service for all male adults between
the age of IS and 4 5 should .provide
an army sufficient to satisfy the most
nrsrrpssivA and ambitious nation in
the whole world, but the American
people being a peaceful and kindly
folk In the main, have allowed the
intention of the law to remain unful
filled in iact. So that while on pa
per there are 16,127,000 "organized
and unorganized imilitia" known to
the official records, less than the odd
thousand are actually available for
immediate service, with little train
The enlisted or regular army
stands at something less than 85,000
of whom nearly one-half are employ
ed on coast defense and other duties
or In the Philippines and other de
pendencies: nrobably 50.000 would
be the uttermost muster possible for
the country at a moment's call.
It will interest Europeans to read
something of the "democratic meth
ods iby which the army of this' great
country Is officered. Indeed It may
be that Creat Britain will get come
light upon the democratizing of her
own army In a review of the Ameri
Briefly, there are three methods
by which a man can obtain a com
mission; ibut there'ls no way in
which he can be smuggled in solely
by reason of -his wealth or social po
sition. If there should prove to
have been an unwise exercise of the
president's prerogative of limited se
lections in a number of cases, there
are so few as merely to prove the
usually wise choice made.
Primarily, enlistment in tthe com
missioned ranks is from the military
academy and I am assured that it is
almost impossible for. a cadet to
This academy Is to the American
army what Sandhurst is to the army
of King George. There are differ differences,
ences, differences, all in favor of West Point, as
I believe, but on the whole there are
And West Point knows nothing of
wealthy and poor as such. Every
youngster Is proved worthy before
he can get there. When he succeeds
the nation provides 'for his needs for
sir rears and mavs him enough to
keep him out of debt. 1
In addition to the admissions from
the military 'academy,' a senator,
congressional district and territory
may have one cadet at the academy.
the District of Columbia having two,
and' Porto Rico, Alaska, Hawaii' and
the Philippines sharing in :he priv
It might at first seem that such a
system was open to political use or
abuse. But notice has to be given
that appointments are about to be
made and any youngster who has
sufficient grit to face examination in
"useful" as distinguished from orna
mental subjects may enter and takes
an equal chance.
Promotion from the ranks pro
ceeds on the same lines. From time
to time examinations are held and
every man serving has the right to
nroffer himself for the test. Of
course the number of acceptances is
limited, not by the number of passes
but bv the number of vacancies at
the time available. The chief point
is that those who are successful will
find themselves no: merely tolerated
but welcomed as equals at least by
the majority of those with whom
thev a-re to nass the remainder of
their professional career.
It is only since the Spanish war
that Americans as a whole have
come to realize that they have to be
prepared to take their place among
the fighting nations of the world if
they are to have their due weight in
the preservation of peace. it,ven so
re?ently as during the lifetime of the
Taft administration the bill which
fiuas just passeu uutu uuuses accept
X 1 L.iL 1
ing the principle of voluntary service
in time of need was refused adop adoption.
tion. adoption. And In the same administra administration
tion administration the then secretary of state for
war had to warn the country that ho
had not ammunition for' one first
class engagement of the importance
of those of the Japanese mar with
Russia. Probably that has been
largely corrected but the recent urg urgent
ent urgent order for large completions of
shell -manufacture Indicate that hav having
ing having provided necessary reserves for
the coast defense forts, for the Pan Panama
ama Panama canal zone and other iniporUrnt
strategical points, !r. Garrison' finds
himself with too small a margin for
Approximately there Is not much
difference In the conditions of ser
vice between America' and Great
Britain. The men enlist for seven
years and serve four in the' ranks.
Some are permitted to re-enlist and
a few go on from period to period
being retained for special efficiency
and retiring after 30 years with a
pension of 75 per cent of the par re
ceived at the expiration of their
time, plus an allowance they may
have been receiving. The rate of
pay for privates ranges from 2s. to
3s. Cd. 50c. o STVzC And even
when the enormously higher price
of most things that are necessaries
to a soldier Is taken into account, I
imagine the American Tank and file
are better off than in England.
The clearness and uniform uniformity
ity uniformity of your typewritten letters
is a factor of incalculable im importance
portance importance to your business
no one can estimate the value
of a clear, clean cut, fine
appearing typewritten letter si
compared to a smuJgy zyA
unevenly written one. uiz
this difference may mean the
gain or loss of an immensely
profitable customer just this
difference between a Paragon
Ribbon and just any typewriter
Paragon Ribbons are
made of the most perfect
and uniform materials
and by the most exact
and modern process.
Each ribbon, for the char character
acter character of work for which it is
made, is precisely like every
other Paragon Ribbon made
for that particular purpose.
This means that when you
have selected a particular kind
of Paragon Ribbon suited ta
your particular work you are
always able to get that partic particular
ular particular kind pf Paragon Ribbon
maintaining the uniformity
of your typewriting year after
There is a.Paragon
Ribbon especially de devised
vised devised for every conceiv conceivable
able conceivable typewriting purpose
and there is a Remington
representative ready to
confer with you concern concerning
ing concerning ribbons best adapted
to fulfill the requirement
of your office.
Telephone or write us today
220 W. HAY STKKET
, Jacksonville, Florida
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, Fill DAY, JULY 17, 1914
Dr. D. R. Handley left today on a
professional visit to Raiford.
A new lot of fancy bathing caps at
3erig's drugstore. 7-16-tf
P. A. Durand, tinner and plumber.
Phone 494. 7-17-61
Victrolas and gxapnopones at The
Murray Company. 7-1 6-3 1
Rev. Bunyan Stephens has return returned
ed returned from attending the state encamp encampment
ment encampment at Lake City of the Baptist
Young People's Union.
Rexall Nice destroys all odors of
perspiration. At Gerigs drug drugstore.
store. drugstore. 7-16 tf
Those dinners at Re loft's Cafe are
the best to be had in I lie city and the
price is right. 6-30-tf
Do you need odd pieces of china
to fill in your broken set? Get them
at The Murray Company. 7-16-3t
Take Rexall Liver Salts for that
tired, sleeply feefing. At Gerig's
Will the person who took a blue
parasol out of the Board of Trade
rooms Monday evening on Tuesday
morning, please return it?
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min R. F
March average. 74 48 .03
April average. .. 81 60 .09
May average... 83 61 .05
June average... 90 70 .19
July 1 90 70
July 3. . . 90
July 4 87
July 5. 86
July 6, 90
July 7... 90
July 8 87
July 9 91
July 10 88
July ,11 88
July 12. 91
July 13. 91
July 14 90 73
J'aly 15 92 72 .04
July 16. 86 72 .04
Forecast for This Evening and
Partly cloudy tonight and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, probably local thunder showers.
Mr. Earl V. Marr of Jacksonville,
of the firm tf Sheftall & Mark, is in
the city today, inspecting the Ocala
High School building.
Use a Globe-Wernicke cabinet to
keep your papers where you can find
them easily. For sale at The Murray
Mr. George MacKay, who has been
confined to his room with a bad foot
and ankle for the past two weeks,
was down town a good portion of
yesterday. He is improving but the
foot is 'by no means well.
' "Serving Humanity" in Mexico and
-at home, by A. L. Benson, August
Pearson's "Magazine. BUY IT
NOW. 7-1 6-3 1
Mr. D. (A. Davis of DeLand, a
prominent (member of the citrus -exchange,
is a 'visitor to the city, com coming
ing coming especially to inspect Tils extens extensive
ive extensive pear orchard in the northern
part of the county.
Let us exchange Refrigerators?
,Or can we fix the old one for you?
We can stop the leaks and make it
look as good as new. E. C. Jordan
& Co. 7-6-tf
Do you ever have trouble with
your machine "Breaking," "Skip "Skipping"
ping" "Skipping" or "Drawing." It generally in
the needle. Our man will call and
fit the correct needle 25c a doz.
Parts and attachments supplied for
every known make. We fix 'em too,
10 years experience. All work guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. We. live here. E. C. Jor-;
dan SCo. 7-6-tff
The DeLand News makes the fol following
lowing following mention of the two motorists
whose arrival last week at the city's
water front was mentioned in these
".Harry Davis and Ray Jordan are
enjoying a launch .trip to Silver
Springs. They left home on Monday
of last week in Harry's little steel
launch, carrying an excellent army
officer's tent, with mosquito bar, etc.,
for comfort, making the trip on the
St. Johns and the Oklawaha to Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs. They will tarry at the
springs and Ocala and along the re return
turn return to their hearts' content, and
may prolong the trip by way of the
St. Johns to Jacksonville. They
had with them a colored boy as coqk
and general man about the camp."
S03IE FINE FINDERS
Mr. B. R. Blitch says he 'has a field
of 25 acres of as fine peanuts as any
one could wish to see. In feed for
hogs and as a money crop such a
field is very profitable and can foe
planted after any early crop'has been
Dr. S. 'H. Blitch was in the city
yesterday and left on the afternoon
train for the east coast, where he
will .be for several days looking af after
ter after the -welfare of the convict camps.
Dr. Blitch 's family is a 'badly scat scattered
tered scattered one just now. He is on the
east coast, Miss (Legie is at home,
Mrs.' Blitch is at Chester, S. C, Mr.
Landis Blitch is at Lake City, attend attending
ing attending the B. Y. P. U state encampment,
and the youngest son Loonis is in the
mountains of North Carolina.
Chocolate Molasses Peanut Butter;
A new package and a good one, 40
cents per pound. Gerigs. 6-19-tf
Mr. CMack Carter returned this
morning from Clearwater, where lie
has ibeen with the 'baseball boys for
several days. He says they spent a
most enjoyable day yesterday on the
grouper banks just off Clearwater
and had very good luck. Some of
the fishermen (?) were seasick ad
didn't enjoy the briny deep as -well
as they might have a trip on some
of our inland lakes of fresh water.
However, all got back in good shape
and await an opportunity to repeat
- Mr. W. W. Stripling came froril
Jacksonville inNa hurry yesterday in
his new Ford car iif" made the triD
in 12y2 hours, stopping at every.
town to attend to his trade.
New York, July 17. Turpentine,
48 to 49. Rosin, $3.90 to $4.
Chicago, 111., July 17. September
wheat, 79. Pork, nominal. Lard,
New York, July 17. Cotton eight
to eleven points higher, on covering
based on Giles report. August 12.22;
October, 12.16; December, 12.32.
New York, July 17. Stocks trad trading
ing trading light, generally shade higher.
Baltimore & Ohio continued tinder
pressure, half a point lower.
THAGARI) A CANDIDATE
Marion County Citizen has Formally
Announced Himself a Candi Candidate
date Candidate for tlie Office
The Tampa Tribune of today says:
Hon. E. P. Thagard, state hank
examiner, while in the city yesterday
on official business, announced his
candidacy for comptroller of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Mr. Thagard has Teen connect connected
ed connected with the comptroller.' office for
three years, and, hopes 'to succeed
Comptroller W. V. Knott, when the
latter goes in the governor's chair.
Mr. Thagard is a citizen of Marion
county and has many friends in
Tampa. He is an old friend of Cash Cashier
ier Cashier J. A. Griffin, of the Evchange
Bank. He stands very highly with
those 'Whom he has had dealing in
his present capacity and it will x take
an exceptionally strong man to de defeat
feat defeat him for office.
3IUSIC PUPILS WANTED
I am now prepared to give piano
lessons to a limited number of pupils.
7-13-12t MISS ETHEL. HAYCRAFT.
STORES WILL CLOSE THURSDAY
The undersigned merchants here hereby
by hereby agree to close their respective
places of business on Thursdays at
1 p. m., beginning June 4th, and
continuing to and Including Septem September
ber September 10th, and also agree to close
their places of business not later
than 6:30 p. m. on other 'clays ex excepting
cepting excepting Saturdays..
H. B. Masters Company.
Rheinauer & Company.
E. T. HUvenston.
Marion Hardware Co.
E. G. Rivers:
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Counts Grocery Co.
H. A. Waterman. $
L. W. Harley.
Mclver & MacKay.
J. L. Smith Grocery Co.
Hayes & Guynn.
V The Murray Company.
M. A. Bostick.
A. M. Lansford.
Mrs. D. M. Boney purchased thru
Messrs. Knight-b Lang today a
Cadillac car, w'nJchNher son, -Mr. Van
Boney, will use oifhe street for
rental service along with his Oak-
Roquefort, Swiss Edam, Linibnr Linibnr-ger,
ger, Linibnr-ger, Pineapple, Camembert, Pi Pimento,
mento, Pimento, Parmesan, Philadelphia Philadelphia-Cream
Cream Philadelphia-Cream and Gorgonzola CHEESE.
Cold Boiled Ham, Boiled Ox
Tongue, Sliced Dried Beef, Pickl Pickled
ed Pickled Lamb Tongue
Sardines-Royans A LA VATEL,
Sardines-Royans A LA BORIE BORIE-LAISE.
LAISE. BORIE-LAISE. Crab Meat, Shrimp, Lobsters,
Russian Caviar, Anchovies.
" Owing to rain, there was no game
at Clearwater yesterday. The Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater Sun -virtually owns up that its
town had to import two men from
near-professional teams at Tampa in
order to hold its own against our
Dr. C; .R. Tydings, just returned
from Worthington Springs, says a
visit to that pleasant resort is al almost
most almost like going to the mountains.
0. K; Teapot Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
Arden figs in any quantity 10
cents per quart. Phone 106.
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office, Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
. Age of Talent.
According to some recently com
piled statistics, the most chemical and
medical discoveries have been made
by men of forty years of age. Forty
four is u.e age at whlcl a poet may
expect to do his best vjrk; soldiers
and explorers tend to distinguish them
selves n: t at the age of forty-seven;
at forty-eight years of age the com composers
posers composers and actors are at the summit
of their powers; politicians excel at
fifty-two years, philosophers at fifty fifty-foui
foui fifty-foui and humorists at fii y-six. These
figures preach patience to the young.
Speaking of Dancing?
Anything that's worth" doing at all
feworth overdoing. Keble Howard.
Irrigates the Blood
j Knocks Rheumatism
A Remedy That Flushes the
Blood from Head
You may not realize it, but a good bank is indispensable to you as a busi business
ness business man and citizen.
Directly or indirectly, the bank affects every individual in the community
The more directly it affects you the more benefit you will derive.
Come in and learn how wre are able and willing to help -you in financial financial-matters.
The Ocala National
Resources Over Half A Million'
ACTIVE, U. S. DEPOSITARY.
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JF YOUR- Stenographer. Bookkeeper,
Bitting Clerk, Telephone Operator,
or any other female member ot your
cfSce force decides to leave Saturday,
JOT have only to use the Female Help
Wanted' or "Situation Wanted Female
columns of wOUR RAPER'-w
to bring an all- round-desirable applicant
for the position bright and early the next
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To get rid of rheumatism requires that
the blood be completely flushed not a mere
makeshift as by salts and pain killers. The
Ion? record cf S. S. S. is important to
know. It has found Its way into every
section of the nation. It is the most widely
used and most widelv talked-of remedy
there Is for ail blood troubles. An 1 It is
a known fact that iheumatlsm Is primarily
a blood trouble.
It Is conceded by the closest students of
the subject that rheumatism is caused in
most cases ty an acid condition of the blood
and aggravated by the remedies commonly
used for relief. In other cases rheumatism
is the result cf nerve depression ; in still
others it is the eCoct of scene vitiated
blood cendirion. Laving Axon treated with
mercury, iodides, 'arsenic, and other poison poisonous
ous poisonous mineral drugs.
The recoveries of all these types of
rheumatism by the rs r.f S. S. is a
wonderful tribute to the natural efficacy of
this remarkable medicine, fur it is assimi assimilated
lated assimilated just as naturally, just as specifically,
and just as ve!l orclsin'd as the most
acceptable, most palatable and most readily
digested food. Do not fail to get a bottle
of S. S. S. today, but Insist upon S. S. S.
Ion't accept a substitute. You will be
astonished at the results. If your rheuma
tism is of such a nature thet you wouio
"kf to consult a preat specialist conndn-
allv, write tn the Medical rpt.. The Swift
eecific Co., 53tJ Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
Lost Found, Vanted, For Sale
For Rsnt and Similar Local Needs
WAXTED Country place j in ex exchange
change exchange for part payment' on city
house and lot. Address P. O. Box
366, Ocala, Fla. 7-16-Gt
FOR SALES One large horse in
good condition; one good work
mule. Ocala Lumber. & Supply
FOR SALE One horse, new buggy
and'harness; one Planet, Jr., cul cultivator;
tivator; cultivator; one .10-Inch. Avery plow;
one 2-seated surry; one No. 8
cookstove. All the above and
numerous articles of furniture at a
bargain. One mile east of Ocala,
Fla. T. McMurtry, Box 250.
Black r rfj C n nev t
Best KfffCo ZT' Ii 10c 1
I Shoes r-ASJLtJyn -fcWv to useg
FOR RENT Three connecting fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeep
ing. Mrs. P. A. Durand, 614 East
Adams street. 7-1 3-1 3 1
WANTED Subscribers of the Star
to tell their neighbors of the plan
now in force for giving cash cou coupons
pons coupons to subscribers. 5-20-tf
FOR SALfc. Modern bungalow In
Linwood Heights. Inquire of the
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.5-15 tf
WANTED 69 MEN to Join the
Brotherhood Baraca Class, city
hall. See R. B. Bowers. 5-20-tf
FOR SALE A Caille detachable and
portable rowboat motor and pro
peller complete. Cost $8195 and
Is brand new. Will sell for $65
cash. Apply at Knight & Lang. 8 tf
Owner can have same by proving
property and paying expenses.
Apply at Star office. 7-15-tf
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED A mid mid-die
die mid-die aged white woman; very little
work; good home In country. In Inquire
quire Inquire of Mrs. Nelson, 211 N. Main
street. 7-1 4-6 1
HOL'SES FOR RENT
Carl Wcnzel & Son
PLASTERS and CONTRACTORS
App!y to S. H. CHRISTIAN, cor corner
ner corner of Osceola and Washington
HEADACHE AND NERVOUSNESS
"Chamberlain's TableU are entitl entitled
ed entitled to all the praise I can give them,"
writes Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencer Spencer-port,
port, Spencer-port, N. Y. They have cured me of
headache and nervousness and re restored
stored restored my normal health For sale
by all dealers. adv.
Tor Lp'h'Tr Plastering and Stuc Stucco
co Stucco work, also all kin-s cf Cement
work. We take contracts any anywhere
where anywhere In the state.
Wyomlnla and Washington Sts.
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS TRANSPORTATION
PORTATION TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
POSITION WANTED By experienc experienced
ed experienced bookkeeper and office man. In
Ocala or elsewhere. W. B. Dye,
209 Orange Ave., Ocala. 7-10-12t
FOUND A package of glass jars.
Life Is thick snr.n with thorns, and
I know of no other remedy than tc
pass through them quickly. The long longer
er longer we dwell 'on c;:r mlFfcrtunes, the
greater is their rower to him us.
New Idea for Cotton.
From spruce wood pulp a French tn tn-renter
renter tn-renter has made a fabric resembling
cotton and equally capable of bleacb bleacb-ai
ai bleacb-ai acd dyeing.
Go RIdrSh fry Sea
BALTIMORE NEW YORK
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
Service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. "JONES.
Agent. Com'l Agt
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street,