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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JULY 20, 1914
NO. 169
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AND '-'-tURPEHTINE

r. It. S. Hall of this city has sold
in the past few days the holdings
Lhe South Florida Naval Stores
ipany, one of the many com-
pes in the state that he practically
s, to some Chicago capitalists,
he South Florida Naval Stores
ipany owned in fee simple about
0O acres of land near Orlando
Oviedo. The land is -mostly
; class pine land, admirably
pted for colonization purposes,
est, dependable land. A big Chi-
p land company has been flgur-
r with Mr. Hall for some time to
e over the tract, and his attorney,
H.,M. Hampton, with his office
?e, navmg nnisnea perrectmg or
ring the titles to each tract of
land, the transfer was made to
new company on the 15th.
'he naval stores company finished
king out the lands as a turpen turpen-i
i turpen-i proposition some time since and
!; much of the land owned bv the
al stores men, It is now worth
more than was originally given
it, a value .that the pioneer tur-
tine men never considered. They
re after the turpentine and timber,
ji when that was gone often the
Id would revert to the state or he
d for a song.
The consideration received by Mr:
111 for this land is greatly in ex ex-Is
Is ex-Is of $100,000.
Mr. M. Jones of Orlando, was in
jvn today and when asked ;by a Star
borter what his company -would do
th the land he said some of it
luld 'be -developed iby the company
Id other parcels sold to settlers. '.He
(Id it was all good land and the
mpany would be glad for the pub pub-to
to pub-to make the most searching in instigation
stigation instigation of it before ouying.
Mr. Jones and Mr. Lee Miller, for for-erly
erly for-erly of this city, hut now a resident
J Orlando, will be the Florida, rep-
kmtative and managers of the com-
iny and will handle the property
pm this end, though the principal
;5s of the company are in Chi-
WALK OUT WEDNESDAY
ireatcned Strike Among the Big
League Players Unless -Managers
Come to Time
New York, July 20.- A strike of
iseball players under contract to
e American and National Leagues
as ordered today 'by President
hHt rf-f fha "Pin vorc iTTVij f orti !tv rcTm
nt an ultimatum to the national
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immission. The -walk out is effect-
e Wednesday -unless the commis commis-on
on commis-on rescinds, its ruling in the Kraft
ise.
Subscriptions for all
magazines
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worth more than $100
each divided between
forty or fifty people. Now
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THE SOUTH
CHARGED THAT RAILROADS ARE
TAXING THLS SECTION AND
. . NAVY ON COAL
Washington, D. C, July 20. That
George Baker, son, Albert Garry and.
Adrian Selin, control the Southern
Railway as well as the coal output of
Pennsylvania and conspired to keep
the South from obtaining coal at a
fair price, was'charged today by Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin Bulaney of Tennessee, before
the sub-committee of the Senate
naval affairs committee. He declared
that these men were trying to compel
the people of the South and the U. S.
navy to buy at nigh prices and stat stated"
ed" stated" that millions of tons of coal were
shipped to the South annually from
Pennsylvania. Senator Tillman "in "interrupted
terrupted "interrupted and said: "Charleston is
nearly a -dead town, ibecause of rail railroad
road railroad discrimination."
NO BREAK IN HIS NERVE
Fierce Old Greaser at Puerto Con Continues
tinues Continues to Defy his Foes
Puerto, Mexico, July 20. -Consuming
cigarettes and cognac, Huer Huer-ta
ta Huer-ta today-defied his foes,, declaring
his intention of staying on Mexican
soil until all his party can sail, and
be assured of safety at sea. ;He
shows no break, in 'his iron nerve.
WILSON AGAIN AT WORK
Executive Rested and Recovered from
Attack of Indigestion
Washington, July 20.- Greatly re refreshed
freshed refreshed by four days' rest and fully
recovered from an attack of indiges indigestion,
tion, indigestion, President Wilson today return returned
ed returned to his desk in the executive of offices.
fices. offices. REALIZES HE IS
NO LONGER RULER
Puerto Mexico, July 20. Former
president Huerta and his party here
were joined today by a few more
military men and several politicians.
The refusal of President Caroajal
to let the fugitive president have the
use of the gunboats Bravo and Zara Zara-goza
goza Zara-goza occasioned undisguised chagrin.
The Zaragoza put out to sea, lay laying
ing laying her course in the direction of
Havana.
The United States cruiser Des Des-Moines
Moines Des-Moines which has been lying off the
harbor followed the Zaragoza.

ENCAMPMENT OF THE UNIFORM RANK K. OF P.
BEING HELD I BIG dltY OF INDIANA

Terre Haute, Ind.t July 20. Rep-
resentatives of 723,000 .members of J
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the Heights of Pythias are here to-t
day for the week encampment of the
Uniform Rank. Six thousand mem members
bers members of the Uniform Rank will at attend
tend attend and 8,000 subordinate lodges
will send from one to five delegates.
The city is crowded with members
of the fraternal order and every train
brings hew cohorts. v
The encampment Is in ce!e';nUiGi;
of the fiftieth anniversary of the In Institution
stitution Institution of the first Knights of Py
thias lodge at Washington, D. C, on
February 19, IS 64. Five men were
charter members of the mother lodge,
which now numbers about three three-quarters
quarters three-quarters of a million men.
Major General Arthur J. Stobbart
of St. Paul, Minn., is in charge of the
encampment. The Terre Haute
chamber of commerce assumed the
responsibility of raising the necessary
money. Other organizations enlist enlisted
ed enlisted with it, including the Central La Labor
bor Labor Union which never before de departed
parted departed from labor affairs in its or organized
ganized organized capacity.
Harry Wade of Indianapolis, grand
keeper of records and seals of the
Indiana grand lodge, made arrange arrangements
ments arrangements with the supreme grand lodge
for an allowance of $3,000 toward
the fund for the encampment. A fine
site for the encampment near the
city has been given free.
The last encampment held was in
Milwaukee in 1910. It has-been the
custom to hold them at the same
time and place as the biennial meet meeting
ing meeting of the supreme lodged but in .1912
the encampment was omitted. The
supreme lodge meets this year at
Winnipeg.
Chicago will send nearly a full
regiment to the encampment. .The
prize drills are' expected to prove a
big attraction. Being hosts, the two
Terre. iHaute companies which "have
won many prizes will not contest
here.
EMAHDS A
FAIR DIVISION
MEXICAN SITUATION, ON AC ACCOUNT
COUNT ACCOUNT OF VILLA'S POSITION,
IS FULL OF MENACE
Mexico City, July 20. President
Carabajal and vhis advisers say that
peace will soon be achieved so far
as negotiations with Carranza are
concerned, but that great uncertainty
prevails regarding the other consti constitutional
tutional constitutional leaders, particularly General
Villa. The latter is expected to
withhold his endorsement of the new
government nltil assured that peons
will be given the lands of million millionaires
aires millionaires who gained their wealth by
holding the lower classes is virtual
slavery for many decades. Villa
makes it plain he will resist any
other arrangement.
CRASH ON THE QUEEN
AND CRESCENT
New Orleans, July 20. Six were
injured, two fatally, today when the
Queen and Crescent New York limit-
ed southbound, was derailed going at
forty miles an hour, near Derby,
(Miss. Engineer Howe and his fire fireman
man fireman were fattaly injured. The cause
of the wreck was spreading rails.

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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 JCASH. Sale
now on see B. H. SEYMOUR, or C. L. ANDERSON.

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INTERSTATE COMM: 4ION EX EXPECTED
PECTED EXPECTED TO REVISE RAIL RAIL-iigad
iigad RAIL-iigad i:ate INJKEASE
Washington, July 20. The pre
vailing opinion about the Interstate
Commerce Commission's headquar headquarters
ters headquarters today was that the decision in
the advance of rates case will be
against the general increase of five
per cent on freight rates asked for
by eastern railways, 'but' an increase
of various degrees will probebly 'be
granted on certain classes of freight.
A decision is expected within a few
days.
E ALL
More 'than Nine Million Bales Sent
Abroad During the Year Ending
Last 3Ionth
Washington, July 20 Raw cotton
exports broke all records during the
fiscal year ending June 30th, with a
total value of $610,000,000 against
previous high record of $5 S3, 000,000
for tfte. year ending June 30, 1911,
according to a statement from the
department of commerce today. The
number of tales is 9,165,000 export exported
ed exported as againstv10,675,445. The great greater
er greater value being due to the higher
price paid for the staple. "Great Brit Britain
ain Britain and Germany took two-thirds of
this amount, iFrahce, Italy, Japan,
Spain, Belgium and Canada next in
order.
ARGUING AGAIN
Friends of Leo Frank Keep Up the
Fight
Atlanta, July 20. Arguments on
an extraordinary (motion for a new
trial for Leo Frank began today 'be 'before
fore 'before the supreme court of Georgia,
and are expected to last several days.
The motion to set aside the verdict
also pending in the supreme court;
will be heard after the motion for a
new trial is decided.
BOARD OF MEDIATORS BUSY
Not A. B. C. Board, but One that
May Accomplish Something
Chicago, July SO. Conferences
between the United States media mediation
tion mediation board and representatives of
ninety-eight western railroads and
general managers in an effort to
avert a strike hegan today. The board
is getting the views on both sides
and will arbitrate the difference.
ODD FELLOWS
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.

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KILLED GASTOII CALMETTE,
WRITINGS GOADEO
Paris, July 20. Fresh from the
hands of her beauty doctor, Madame
Henriette Caillaux, the wife of thej
former minister of finance, was plac placed
ed placed on trial today, charged with
shooting to death Gaston Calmette,
editor of Le Figaro, last -March.
. The Palace of Justice is strongly
guarded with troops, public attention
being at high tension.
The prisoner showed no trepida trepidation
tion trepidation ,at first. Stylishly gowned, she
smiled at friends, but a few minutes
later broke down and (began 6obbing
violently.
There are enormous crowds in the
streets around the Palace. It was
announced that seventy-five witness witnesses
es witnesses would be called, ten for the de defense.
fense. defense. Wagers are 'being made that
the woman will be acquitted. Pres President
ident President Polncare will testify. The Jury(
was quickly chosen.
HISTORY OF THE CASE
Paris, July 20. Genevieve Hen Henriette
riette Henriette Cailleaux was put on trial
here today for the murder of Gas Gaston
ton Gaston Calmette, editor of Figaro. The
political aspects make this easily the
most important 'criminal case ever
held here. It has already caused sev several
eral several cabinet convulsions. By his
vindication in the recent elections,
Joseph Caillaux, husband of the de defendant,
fendant, defendant, once premier and four times
minister of finance, Is again the
strongest man in France and the real
ruler of the nation through Premier
VIciani. x
The trial today began before five
judges, M. Albanei presiding. There
are fifty witnesses for the prosecu prosecution
tion prosecution and. about twenty' for the de defense.
fense. defense. Maitre Labori, the most famous
criminal lawyer in France, heads
Mme. Caillaax'e counsel. He will
concentrate Tils efforts on lightening
his client's punishment as her gnilt
is certain. He will summon a lead leading
ing leading surgeon to testify that her vic victim
tim victim might have been saved If bleed bleeding
ing bleeding had been stopped and no opera opera-ton
ton opera-ton attempted and that, therefore
she is not guilty of murder. Labori
will endeavor also to take full ad advantage
vantage advantage of the first offender's act.
On account of the beauty of the
defendant, her high position an 1 the
element of the protection of her
hnsnand's and her own honor, involv involved
ed involved In her crime it is generally taken
for granted that she will never re receive
ceive receive the death penalty and may get
off lightly. It Is expected the trial
will last six days. The prosecutor
general has ordered all women foarr foarr-ed
ed foarr-ed from the court room, but this
edict probably will be modified.
Despite her comparatively easy
confinement in St. Lazare, Mme.

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sideration con-sideration of bur prop proposition
osition proposition and a look at
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MURDER
EDITOR OF EIGARO, WHOSE
HER TO THE CRIME
Caillaux's appearance was seen today
to have -undergone a profound change
since her arrest. She has aged
greatly and while calm In manner,
shows no jauntiness of air.
-Her crime was the result of a
three months campaign of defama defamation
tion defamation which Calmette had carried on
against" her husband in the columns
of the Figaro. Caillaux was then
minister of finance and the real force
in the cabinet. He had pledged him-.
self to the levying of an income tax;
In the effort to prevent the Lassage Lassage-of
of Lassage-of the Income tax act Calmette ac accused
cused accused Caillaux of many acts of po po-Htlcal
Htlcal po-Htlcal corruption, including conniv connivance
ance connivance at the escape from justice of
the financier, Rophette. Finding
Caillaar's position unshaken, Cal--mete'
graw desperate and published
a 'letter written by Caillaux in 19 Ot Otto
to Otto his present wife, then the wife or
another. It contained a passage,
which indicated, the. Figaro contend contended
ed contended that Caillaux while an ostensible
supporter of the Income tax" was sec-
retly opposing it. The letter also
might be construed as compromising:
to Mme. Caillaux. She toad cause to
believe that Calmette had other
stolen letters written to "her by.
Caillaux in his possession and she
was driven to a -frenzy by the thought
of their, coming publication and.
probable results to heP and her hus husband.
band. husband. She drove in her automobile, to
the office of the Figaro on March 16
last and sent her card in to Calmette Calmette-With
With Calmette-With Paul Bourget an author ne was
about to leave but when he read the
card he remarked: "J is a woman.
I must receive her."
When Mme. Caillaux entered his
private office he asked her courteous courteously
ly courteously what object she' had in visitingr
him.
"You must know it Is not to saf
'BonjourY' she srld. She then drexr
a pistol and fire I five shots, four of
which took effect. The editor died
in a few hours. The slayer calmly
awaited arrest.
France was thrown Into a ferment
by the crime. Ca'inai'x said to his
wife: "Madam, you have mined me."
He immediately resigned.
There were royalist rict3 In Paris
the next day and the republic was be believed
lieved believed by many to be trembling. A
serle3 of cabinet overturns was
itsherel in and Franra was 8hakeIl,'
to Its foundations. But while in the
election -for deputies on April 26 so socialists
cialists socialists and royalists made gains and
the Caillaux radicals lost some
ground, Caillaux himself was tri triumphantly
umphantly triumphantly returned a member of
the chamber. His power today Is
probably greater than ever.

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THE OCALA EVEMXG STAR, MONDAY, JULY 20, 1D14
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY -EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGKIl & CAKItOLL, PKOPKIETOIIS
B.. n. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
ing was ignored by the Clearwater
fans until Ocala startei to win, and
then he was obliged to move his
seat because of the dire threats made
against him. When one of the Tam Tampa
pa Tampa teams came to Clearwater to play
the Ocala club, this same boy, to ev everyone's
eryone's everyone's surprise, cheered just as
vigorously for Tampa, and again he
became the object of attack by the
Clearwater people, .whose sympathies
THE -AJIME
Of the management of the Munroe and Chambliss National Bank is to continue
its conservative policy of Security and Prompt, Accurate Service. In Increasing
creasing Increasing business bears witness of. this efficiency. Accounts subject to
check are cordially invited.
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
were now with Ocala. St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Times.
. He surely has learned that silence
is golden.
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES
UiiOE & .- CHAMBUSS illOil BANK
OCALA. FLORIDA
(Domestic)
tJno year, in advance $5.00
2Ix months, in adrance. . 2.5
Yliree months, in advance.. 1.25
One month, ji advance,... .50
(Foreign)
One year, in advance $S.OO
Six months, in advance.... 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One mon'h, in advance SO
MUSCULAR METHODS

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The sixth case of hubonic plague
bas developed in New Orleans. ; 'No
need for Florida cities to e. alarm alarmed,
ed, alarmed, but any time is a good time fo
fell la rat.

The Jacksonville State makes a
mistake in crediting an article head headed
ed headed the "State Phosphate Industry"
to the editor of the Star. The article
wa3 from a government report. If it
had been an original article, it
vould have been on the editorial
page.

By the way; who was the first man
to put the "call" in recall? Pensa Pensa-cola
cola Pensa-cola News.
Chip-ley and the railroad bunch
tried to put old man Wilkinson Call
in it in 1891, but they didn't suc succeed
ceed succeed very well.

Ocala saloon closed this week
from lack of. -business." Can it be pos possible
sible possible that the departure of the ball

team had anything to do with it?
Clearwater Sun.
On the contrary, the -water wagon
bad an easier time while they were
gone.

muscular bodies the 'bronze of camp
life and their picturesque and con convenient
venient convenient army suits were very be becoming.
coming. becoming. At the least estimate, there
are about eight million such men fn
America. Only about 200,000 are
available for immediate duty, but if
necessary they would come to the
colors with a rush. We might have
some trouble at first with any nation
that makes a business of war, but
when we all began to pull together
the world couldn't whipt the United
States.

THE BATTLE OF THE CRATER.

'Asa p. Candler, who endowed the
new Methodist University, in Atlanta,
has made a fortune out of coca-cola.
It is probable, therefore ,that each
of us in taking a drink of that re refreshing
freshing refreshing beverage has chipped In on
the worthy object of endowing a
great and useful school.

A most interesting account of the
"battle of the crater," between the
Confederate and Federal armies be before
fore before Petersburg, Va., July 30, 1864,
(half a century ago) written by
Major T. D. 5 Lancaster of this city,
appears in the Times-Union of Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. This battle followed the -blowing
up of a fort in the Confederate
lines by the Federals about sun-up.
The explosion was a complete sur-

Soinetinies Produce Sobriety When
Xo Other Arguments Will
Succeed
The following is an actual occur occurrence,
rence, occurrence, and it happened in Ocala with within
in within the past few months. A young
woman, a child in years, 'but large
and strong of body, married a man
much older than herself. He drank

heavily and would frequently come

home "bilin drunk." She admonish

ed and pleaded with him and stood it
as long as she could. 'One night he

came in in a particularly bad plight
and the girl, whose patience was all
gone, lit into him and gave him the
whaling of 'his life, and literally beat
the fumes of liquor out of his body.
He then left his happy home and

they separated. We do not know
whether the remedy lasted or not, but
it was certainly effective for the
time.

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HERBERT Ij. ANDERSON

Big Hull Moose of the Florida Herd,
Writes the Star a Letter

Editor Star: I have read in your

issue of July 17th, an interview with

Mr. R. L.. Anderson on the subject of

the Bryan primary Jaw and my suit

prise, and had it been followed up against the secretary of state

with ."vigor .would have broken Lee's I note that you "have styled Mr.

lines-andlikely caused the capture of L. Anderson an old line Democrat,

Petersburg, whldh was recognized as but I beg leave to submit: I (have
the "back door" of Richmond. When known Mr. R. L. Anderson for imany

the mine exploded, it 'blew up a re- years ana 1 reel constrained to ae-

The-Star Will Mot (Give Away

dpcp Hup. ,;

BUT it WILL give each and EVERY subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star, a $3 Coupon
Book, redeemable at its face value by any of the Ocala. Business Houses mentioned below, or or a
Weekly Star subscription a $1.30 book redeemable for that amount. Past due subscriptions, Dai Daily
ly Daily or Weekly, will get a book for each year paid. t
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:

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rjuTms Brown of Ocala, came to St.
Petersburg last night for a visit with
friends and left on the 10 o'clock
train for Clearwater. Mr. Brown is
a member of the Ocala baseball club
which arrived in Clearwater Monday
for a series of gamesSwith the local
- club there and various Tampa teams.
St. Petersburg Indeepndent.
V"
t "We 'inter from the paragraph in
the Tarpon Springs (Leader that, ow owing
ing owing to Wm. J. Bryan's stand on the
equal suffrage question, it, will be in
-order for all suffragettes to drink
- grapejulce. If the iLeader's sugges suggestion
tion suggestion Is carried out, and the grape grape-llulce
llulce grape-llulce dealers will give. Mr, Bryan his
deserved rakenoff he won't need to go
du that Chautauqua circuit. r

"Will Knott will probably be the
next governor of Florida. Every now
and then there is a man the people
will just elect anyway every time he
offers .them an opportunity, and
Knott is one of that kind. St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Times.
'Mr. Knott is very popular in this

part of the state, and seems to shave

friends everywhere. But it won't
be good campaign tactics for his
friends to take it for granted that his

election will be unanimous.

Phe St. Petersburg 'Independent

ays that Tyson "Harris, a newspaper

reporter of the Sunshine City, rides
In his own automobile, and Is the

only newspaper reporter who does so
in the United States. The Star's

most efficient reporter has -been rid

ing In his own auto for about five

years; also, its chief, linotype opera operator
tor operator rides in his own machine. The
only reason the editor hasn't one' is
because he is too old to learn to run
ne of the things.

doubt in the Confederate lines, leav leaving
ing leaving an immense hole, which, was ap

propriately dubbed ; "The crater."

Immediately, every, gun along the
Federal lines opened fire, and an en

tire army corps charged at the gap.

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3Iarion Hardware Company, Hardware.

J. J. Gerig, Drugs (Postoflice drugstore & Annex Drugsto

Knight & Lang, Wagons, Buggies, etc ....
A. H. Burnett, Jewelry. ............ .
E. G. Rivers, Gents Furnishings
Smith Grocery Co. (Except Feed Stuffs and Special Sales
Day Bargains. .............
Hayes & Guynn, 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 ;

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fend him against any such imputa imputation.
tion. imputation. The charge you make against
him is serious. It may be true,, but
as an old friend and ardent admirer
I want to say that during many years
of intimate asquaintance and asso-

Why this did not go on thru can only ciation with the gentleman, the only
be attributed to lack of leadership by evidence that I could ever discover

subordinate officers. Instead of vig- tending to prove tnat ne was, or isr

orously attacking the momentarily a Democrat is the fact that the gen-

demoralized Confederates, the Fed- tleman says he is a democrat. Of

erals crowded into the crater, and course, as fine a man as K. L. Anaer-

tried to use the mounds of earth son may. at some period of his life

thrown up. by the explosion for suffer mental aberration,
breastworks. The Confederates soon It is very gratifying to find that
rallied and opened a hot fire from Mr. -R. L. Anderson and I agree on

several batteries Into the mass of at least one subject. He says that the

men' crowded in the crater. After Bryan primary law .worked well in

some minutes of this, the Federals the last primary election. I agree
sent forward one of their negro di- that it worked beautifully for the
visions. The (black troops went thru Democratic party. 'So other party
the gap with steadiness and courage, did' or could participate fn the pri-

but were met with a withering mus- mary election. The law written for
ketry fire, that sent them reeling the exact purpose of preventing any

back into the crater. 'After shelling party other tnan tne Democratic

them for awhile, the. Confederate in- party participating in primary elec-

fantry. made a rush and after one of tlons and consequently no minority
the fiercest hand to hand struggles party can have its candidates names
of the war drove the Federals iback printed on the election ballot at the
and re-established the line. The general election. It was the inten-

southerners lost heavily .in this bat- tion of the legislature to enact a law

tie, and the northern loss was awful, that would forever stamp out all op op-The
The op-The main credit of the recapture of position to the Democratic organiza-

the crater has always been given to tion. It creates a political trust more he took means, to prevent the body

Mahone's 'Virginia and Wright's obnoxious than the Industrial combi- from coming to the surface.

Georgia brigades, hut Major Lancas- nations denounced by the Democrat-1 While stopping at a local hotel
ter says-Wilcox's Alabama .brigade, ic platform. No poor man can be-here last Sunday, Brown wrote a

of which he was a member, made the come a candidate in Florida if this l letter to his wife telling her that on

final and effective rush. (Major iLan- law is constitutional. the following day, at noon, he would

caster was right general guide for The real question, however, which (end his life ty jumping into the St

the brigade, and says Col. John M. is involved in my suit against the Johns river. He gaTe no reason for

ATnrtin Ocala's Tankine Confeder- secretary of state, is not whether the I fhis intent to commit suicide. The

at a veteran, can bear him out in the Bull Moose party is big or little, but nolice sav the case will stand a full

assertion. Major Lancaster hopes to whether the Bull' Moose is right or investigation. Timss-TJnion, 19th.

attend the celebration of the fiftieth wrong, in its attack on this statute. There is some local interest attach-

anniversary of the -battle in Peters- Theoretically, government In ed to the above as Brown stopped in
burg Ju'ySO. He is one of our most America is based upon a free and un- an Ocala hotel a day or two before

distinguished veterans, and while we restricted right of franchise. If the the letter was written. The manage manage-call
call manage-call him "Major" for short, he is en- Bryan primary act does not violate ment of the hotel received a card

tHlwi tn Hp malted "fTenftral." as he the constitutions of the United fitates I from .Mrs. Brown asking It to tor-

attained that rank in the Florida and of the state of Florida there will ward any mail that might be here

troops, and was commanding officer be no such thing as real democracy for her husband. She stated that she

of the state encampment in Ocala in or free government In Florida. I supposed he was dead as he wrote
1893. will add, that we hope to obtain a her that he would drown himself on

decision upon the merits of the bill Monday noon, and she thought he

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the paper has cost you either the Evening Star or Weekly Star: .Suppose your first. call, after receiv receiving
ing receiving the coupon -hookas 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 back 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 whenyou see they will give 10 per
cent, discount); you buy .a. bedfor $10 $9 In cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this' place.
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if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
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What if the people had a dicto dictograph
graph dictograph concealed in the room where
the president holds conferences with
Big Business? Times-Union.
If the dictograph was attached to
a phonograph, Big Business might
object, but the president wouldn't.
If the dictograph .was interpreted by
a man who could make mistakes, and
might be a liar, not only big .busi .business
ness .business and the president, 'but the peo-

tile. might object. Much of the dic

tograph evidence that has been given

to the world bears the earmarks of
Tiaving been written in the office of a
prosecuting attorney or a sensational
newspaper.

It was the wrong season of the of complaint, without exposing the had done so.

year for snipe hunting, so the jolly gentlemen who have been nominat-

boys at the state encampment, Frir ed for the lower house of Congress,

day night, provided badger fights be- to contests in the House based upon

tween a "Florida white badger" and features of the Bryan act, which con-
. i 1 T 1 1 tl. iL T" a

a ouil oog. tjapt. ucurory oi jacK- me ieaiures oi me uryanx act, wnicn

sonville and Lieut. Mason Smith of conflict with the Federal and state

Milton were the gallant officers who constitutions. H. L. Anderson.

"pulled the badger." The account of Jacksonville, Fla., July IS.

OCAIiA KORTIIEItX SCHEDULE

After over a week In camp at
Black Point, our soldier boys came
home Sunday night. On the train
with them was the St. Petersburg
company, and on the train ahead the
Brooksville boys. They made a good
appearance, all alert and active young
men to whose intelligent faces and

the affair, as given in Sunday's
Times-Union, is enough to cause the
blood to boil in the veins of every
opponent of cruelty to animals, and
if 'the officers and men of the F. S. T.

do not receive some severe roastings
we shall be injjch surprised.

DID MISSING MAN

JUMP INTO THE RIVER

No. 72 Leave Ocala daily 1:15
p. m. Arrive Palatka daily except
Sunday, 4:45 p. m. Arrive Palatka
Sunday, 4:15 p. m.
No. 71 Leave Palatka dally ex except
cept except Sunday, 7:40 a. m. Arrive
Ocala 11 c. m.
No. 73 Leave Palatka Sunday, 8
a. m. Arrive Ocala, 11 a. m.

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 out relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do our part in
straightening It out before the rush days come.
OcMa' Ice & Paelpinsj .Go.

L. N. Green of Ocala, was in the
city today, leaving during the morn morning
ing morning for Tampa. Mr. Green has been
at Clearwater with the Ocala base baseball
ball baseball club and tells an amusing inci incident
dent incident which occurred there the first
of the week. A Clearwater boy whose
former home was in Ocala started to
cheer for the visitors but his cheer-

Authorities, after investigating the
case, seem to discredit the 'belief that
R. C. Brown, a young co'mmercial

traveling man of Americus, Ga.

nOUSES FOR RENT

streets.

committed suicide by jumping into ner Qf Osceola

the St. Johns river last Monday.

Careful inquiry has been made of
the rivermen and no report has been
made of a body being found in the
river in this vicinity in several days.

ine poiice say mat naa xne man

Apply to S. H. CHRISTIAN, cori

and Washington
6-28-tf

Let us exchange Refrigerators?
Or can we fix the old one for you?
We can stop the leaks and make it

jumped into the river 'his body would look as good as new. E. C. Jordan

surely be floating by this time unless I & Co. 7-6-tf

Tie 'Commercial.

'Baulk

OCALA, FLORIDA.

CAPITAL STOCK $50,000,00.
State, 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 fully equipped wxd will be ma
: strictly ethical lines.

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kik. ut'Aui EVEXIXG STAK. MONDAY, JULY 20, 1914
TTIRKE

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Uneeda Biscuit
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
appropriate for
luncheon, tea and
dinner. 10 cents.

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Prince of appetizers.
Makes daily trips from
Ginger-Shap Land to
waiting mouths every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Say Zu Zu to
the grocer man, 5 cents.

Buy biscuit baked by
NATIONAL
BISCUIT
COMPANY
Always look for that name

GOOD ROADS III

OLLAflS ill

ID

What It is Costing the United
States to Improve Its Highways,
and What It Gets in Return.

Washington, July
mately $206,000,000.
year on public roads
States, according to
pared by the U. S.

20. Approxi Approxi-was
was Approxi-was spent last
in the United
statistics pre pre-department
department pre-department or

agriculture. In 1904 the total -was
only $79,000,000. In nine years,
therefore, the increase has 'been ov over
er over 250 per cent.
This awakening on the part of the
country to the importance of good
roads has, experts say, !been due in
great measure to the principle of
state aid to counties and other local
communities. New Jersey 'began the
movement in 1891 when 1t passed
its state highway law. Massachu Massachusetts
setts Massachusetts and Vermont folio we I a year
later, but for the most part the other
states were slow to move. In 1904
only fifteen had state highway de departments;
partments; departments; today there are only six
that have not. In 1913 the indi individual
vidual individual states appropriated a total of
$38,755,088. to supplement local
expenditures.
The value of this state aid is, how however,
ever, however, not to he rmeasured tyy the fig figures
ures figures alone, for the bulk of the "money
comes,-and always must come, from

gator is now able to state positive positively
ly positively the cost of hauling a ton of pro produce
duce produce on that road, to express in
terms of these "ton miles" the freight
traffic on the road, and finally the to total
tal total cost to the community served by
the road of hauling its goods to mar market.
ket. market. (Armed with this data, it is
easy to decide how much money can
be profitably spent in improving the
road, and what are the returns that
the investment yields to the commu community.
nity. community.
These returns are of various kinds.
First and foremost is the reduction
in the actual cost of hauling, the
plain fact that it takes less time and
labor to haul a load over a good
road than over a poor one. Less ob obvious
vious obvious is the effect of improved roads
in increasing the total output of a
community. In the case of one coun county
ty county In Virginia where particularly
thorough records have been kept.

this output was more than doubled.

The farmers-found that with a mar

ket always and readily accessible to

them, It paid to work the land to its
maximum production.

This explains the very remarkable

rise in farm, land values which near nearly
ly nearly al ways accompanies road improv improv-ment.
ment. improv-ment. The rise is npt a fictitious one,

of no benefit to the :rnan who wishes
fn farm nnrt.nnt in raII TVip Innrl t5

mere valuable because It can profit

ably

made to produce more. In

other words, the money that goes in into
to into the road comes back with interest

rom the land.

DEAFNESS CAXXOT BE CURED

MONTEAGLE
SUMMER RESORT

If jCd wish to go away tor the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts ,the
Cumberland House at Monteagie,
Tenn. Rates, $7 to $10 per week.
Two months Chautauqua, from July
1st io August 31st, which is a fine
entertainment. Monteagie Is on the
op of the Cumberland mountain-,
over 2,000 feet above sea 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. Wr. Williams, Proprietress, the
Cumberland House, Monteagie, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. 6-13-tf

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SOMC LODGE

' .danon-Dunn Lodge Xc. 19. F.
v. M. meets on the first and third
hursday even!ngs;of each month at
:30 Vclock, unT! 'rther not'ee.
Baxter Cam, W.
Jake Brown. 9?reuirv. Ad

STOKES WILL CLOSE THURSDAY

The undersigned
by agree to close
rlaces of business
1 p. m.. beginning

mershants here here-their
their here-their respective
on Thursdays at
June 4th, and

Via iniinti'io ond 4-v nr 6li v TTiiio

; .-. by ocal applicationSt as they cannot

in we casn outlay Dy counties, reach the diseased portion of the ear.

districts and townships, was $137,- There is only one way to cure deaf-

493.9S5 Comnlt "flnrp'.fnr iftl.? ness. and that is by constitutional

are not' yet available, but It is safe

remedies. Deafness is caused by an

inflamed condition of the mucous Hn-

10 estimate tne sum at approximate- ing of the eustachian tube. When

ly ?lol,000,000. Tol this must be this tube is inflamed you have a rum-

added some $15,000,000 to reDre- bling sound or imperfect hearing, and

cpnt tho -vain nf th i.w ii4K,,f. when it is entirely closed, deafness is

ed instead of cash in districts where
thlS) practice prevails. Last year,
theiefore, local communities contrib contributed,
uted, contributed, in round numbers, one hun hundred
dred hundred and sixty-six millions of dollars
as against appropriations v from state
treasuries of $38,755,088. The true

importance of this thirty eight mil-

lies in the fact that it means

lions

the result, and unless the inflamation

can be 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

lars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO..

expert supervision of the expend!- Toledo, Ohio.

ture of a considerable nortion of the Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take

vast. s nftwn hiiriYir miiifnnc Hall's Family Pills for constipation.

LOW EXCURSION

FROM

VIA-

Atlantic Coast line

$39.03 Xew York, X. Y.
$51.45 Buffalo, X. Y.
$39.05 Philadelphia, Ta.
$17.55 Chicago, 111.
.S 10.55 'Detroit,' -Mich.
$37.05 Cincinnati, Ohio.
$35.55 ZoiiisvilIe. Ky.
$11.80 St. Louis, Mo.
$C2.G5 Denver, Col.
$93.55 San Francisco, Cal.
$110.05 Portland, Ore.

nationales
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small rJart

SOLD DAILY. LIMIT OCTOBER 31
STOP OVERS.

For information and reservations
call on any A. C. L. ticket agent, or
,7. G. KIRKLAXD,
Division Passenger Agent,
Tampa, FJ.

CAMPBELL FARTtl
DAIRY
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
piioxi: 20-M
WHITVVORTH & FOLKS, Props

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G. W. STEPHENS
EXPERIEXCED SHOEMAKER
Reasonable Prices, Xeat AVork
and Prompt Service
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Xext to Haycraft Millinery Store
West of Courthouse

When each county foullt as it chose

and when it chose; the services of
trained engineers were usually out of
the question. There was little op opportunity
portunity opportunity to test innovations, little

advance in the science of road-building,
and there was also difficulty in

arousing each county individually to
do its best to Improve conditions
within its own limits. State aid has

changed all this. The best engineer engineering
ing engineering skill, is available for all works

of importance, there, is co-operation

and a constant' stimulus to further
improvements. The -money "contrib "contributed
uted "contributed 'by the states does not only

build more roads, it makes better

those that other money, -builds.

At the present time there are in

the United States. 20,741 miles of

roads improved either wholly or in

part (by state aid. This is nearly
the mileage of the French routes

nationales, the system of great, nat

ional highways which is the envy of

every civilized nation. The routes

are, or course, only a

of, the total mileage of

France, -where practically every road

of any importance is an improved

road, and France is .a vastly, smaller

country, 'both in area and in popu

lation than the United States, so that
this comparison is not, in itself, very

flattering to our progressiveness. It
shows, however, that we have at

least made a beginning. Of the 2,-

226,842 miles of roads in the Unit United
ed United States, 223,774 -miles, or approxi approximately
mately approximately 10 per cent., are classed as

improved.

To improve the remaining yu per

cent, may well seem a 'bis? job. It

is, in fact, only made possible be

cause the work really pars for it itself.
self. itself. From materials gathered by the

U. S. department of agriculture, it is
now possible to prove not only that
good roads are a profitable invest investment,
ment, investment, but to determine exactly what
dividends they pay. An investiga investigator
tor investigator assigned to this problem in any
given locality first ascertains the ex

tent of the territory that is tributary
to any main road,much as one might
ascertain the territory tributary to

some river. The next step is an ac-i
curate estimate of the total products
of this territory; so much grain, so
much tobacco, so much garden truck,

etc. Of this quantity a certain 'por

tion is consumed on the farm; the

rest is shipped over the road in ques

tion. The whole calculation can then

be checked by investigators at the
shipping point to which the road
leads. In general it has been fourid
that the two methods yield much

the same information the total
amount -of produce hauled over the

1
road. Next, the length of the avei

'age haul is calulated, the size of the

load permitted by the character ofj
the road 'ascertained, and the cost!

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Adv.

KXIGKTS 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

iting brotners. Wm. M. Gober C. C.

Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad

OPKN Alili NIGHT

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. Masters Company.
Rheinauer & Company.
E. T. HUyenston.
; Marion Hardware Co.
r E. G. Rivers.
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Counts Grocery Co.

H. A. Waterman.
L. W. Harley.
Mclver & MacKay.
J. L. Smith Grocery Co.
1 I Hayes & Guynn.
Marcus Frank.
The Murray Company.
M. A. Bostick.
Theus-Zachry Co.
A. M. Laii.-frrd.

THE
KNABE

THE
WORLD'S
BEST. PIANO
Unchallenged
Supremacy
Since 1837

A. R. HARPER
PIAN'O COMPANY

Pianos at Factory Prices
The Chase Brothers, Krell,
Adam Schaaf Chase-Hackly,
Carlisle and Royal Pianos
Easy Payimeimlls
Gainesville, - Florida

The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
jiace to take your meals. Open night

and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor.

ECLIPSE ROOFING CE3IENT
It is the greatest cement in ex-
V

istence to stop leaks in tin or. metal
roofs and gutters; never fails; ever everlasting.
lasting. everlasting. Ocala Seed Store. 6-23-lm

BEST DIARRHOEA REMEDY

If you have ever used Chamber

lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea

Remedy you know that it is a suc success.
cess. success. Sam F. Ouin, 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 possibly
bly possibly 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.

SEVERE ATTACK OF COLIC
CUREl
E. E. Cross, who travels in Virgin Virgin-la
la Virgin-la 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 dealers,
ers, dealers, adv.

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We Make Them Tired

Because none of our competitors
can epproach us in the thoroughness
and excellence of our motor car re re-pairing.
pairing. re-pairing. Our skill, comes from actual
practical knowledge gained In the
business, hence our rapid ivork is al always
ways always better than you will find done
elsewhere, while our charges are
lower than others make. Better
find out our style of doing work.

LUCKIE'S. GARAGE,

17 N. Main St.
OCALA, FLA.

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ACCURACY

SEOlixOTY

Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1&S2.,
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
OCAA FTiA.

tracts.

First consideration and ecDacial atteatiori given to email

.NOTICE
All tires and tubes sold at the
establishment of "Davies the tire

man" from July 1, will be sold only

1

for CASH,
count.

but with a 5
6-28-tf

dis-

OCEAN VIEW HOTEL

On the Atlantic ocean, seventeen miles from Jacksonville; facing
the finest, smoothest and broadest bathing beach In the world. The
summer climate is cool and comfortable, to the surprise of our patrons
from other states, who have an Idea that it is hot because in the south.
Water temperatures are mild, hanging around 80 to 85 so that the
most delicate person can derive much benefit from surf bathing.
Rates $2.50 to $3 a dey $12 to $18 a week. Week end rates$1.50.
W. II. ADAMS, Owner and Manager, Pablo Bench, Florida

yn 1.1 wiimii 1 11 11 hi ii j ,J mi
p. ti TilliOin liu.nnii'ria toi.i in.

OCALA LODGE XO. 280, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even even-ngs
ngs even-ngs in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postol!ice, east side.

David 3. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad.

THE LITTLE SAXON
Four-Cylinder Car

WOODMKA of the world

Fort King Camp .q. 14 meets In
Vonge's Hall at S p. m. eary second

and foarth Friday. visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns always- welcome. Adv.

!. J. Burden, C. O
Chas K. Sage, Clerk.

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Yes, it is prelfy, and the -car Icolis like the picture, only prellier
They sell for ST Delivered iri Ocala

"If it isn't an Eastman it Isn'3 a
iodak." ';prir;'a Drug Stores,
rents 5-16-tf

Advertise in the Star ot results. j these facts before him, the investi-

one m

If you want to buy or sell
FURNITURE.
Xew and Second Hand
Household Goods
Farm Tools, Harness Etc.
Easy Payments if Desired:

They are
any price,
ful, silent,
heat and is

A.

B08BHT,

310 S. Main St. Ocala Fla.

good cars for this, or
The motor is power power-Ions
Ions power-Ions stroke, doe3 not
the mobv economical In

gasoline and oil consumption yet
made 35 miles per gallon and up.
It is easy riding, stylish, graceful
in looks, is strong and -durable and
will go through any sand or up any
hill that a big -powerful car will.
When you have to -buy a tire it i3

an item, a BIG item cn most csrs, and lots of leg room to stretch out
they cot $7 ach for a Saxon, and! in. One of the cars just came
n-pr.r irv.jrh Irnerr on account of the thrcugh from Tampa to Ocala, others

lizht weight of the car a tnousand

poun.ls.

car, all steel of

have gone.

There is no wood about the;

the test m?l:c. Fol

lowing are seme of .the .many
joints of the little Saxon.

gool

The car has a big roomy, flnely up-f CITRUS COUN'TIZS and they

sufliciGnt j show you the car and what It

holstered, cay

riding s-32t.

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to San Francisco. Don't

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phone, the agents for MATtlON'.and

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lor two large persons and a child, 'do.

COLLIER BROTHERS

WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO. BUILDING
PHONE 296 OCALA, FLA.

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JULY 20, 1914

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for thl3 department call phone 106)

Yesterday Miss Eva Lee Glass, the
bright young daughter of Rev. ajid
?lrs. J. G. Glass, celebrated her
twelfth birthday anniversary and in
lion or o f the approaching happy
event (Miss Dorothy Schreiber enter entertained
tained entertained at a matinee party Saturday
afternoon, her guests including the
. honoree, her sister, Miss Rainsford,
whse was celebrating her birthday
on that day, Miss Lucile Gissendaner,
Gladys and Lucile Osborn, Virginia
and Theo Beckham, Sidney Perry and
Ethel Home. The party came as a
complete surprise to the guest of
honor. Miss Hope Robinson accom accompanied
panied accompanied Miss Schreiber and her guests
to the Temple and when they return returned
ed returned to the 'Schreiber home assisted in
serving ice cream, cake and candies.
Rev. and Mrs. Glass and Mrs. Glass,
Sr., were guests arriving in time to
enjoy the delightful ice course.
Mrs. C. L. Gaulding, Misses Thel Thel-cna
cna Thel-cna and Gladys Gaulding and Mr.
Charlie Gaulding, who have been

residing at (Mr. J. C. Smith's home
for two months during Mrs. Smith's
absence, moved today to a cottage
on. Sanchez street, near Mr. Jake
Brown.
"The afternoon is being most pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly spent by the members of the
Presbyterian and Methodist sewing
circles, their hostesses being Miss
Mary McDowell and Mrs. L W. Har Har-ley.
ley. Har-ley. CMrs. 'Annie Stroud, who has been
the guest of Miss Frances Tarver for
ten days, leaves tomorrow for her
Iiome in Williston.
CVJrs. H. C. Lane and (Miss Nannie
Smith who returned to Kingston, X.
C, last week, after spending several
months in the state, visiting in Ocala
" and a number of other places, will
return to Florida in September to
umake their home at Clearwater.
" cttr. ID. E. Mclver and Miss Bettie
Mclver were week-end visitors to
Lake Weir, the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. George McKay.
3Irs. B. T. Perdue will leave about
-August 1st for Palm Beach to spend
several tweeks visiting CMrs. R;
-Macey. :
- Mr. Charlie Xixon, after a few
days "visit at the home of his cous cousins,
ins, cousins, Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Blalock, left
last night for Tallahassee, where he
will join his father, iRev. T. J. Xixon
today and accompany him to their
Slimmer home at Lanark. 'Mr. Xixon
has been principal of a school on the
-.,East Coast during the past winter.
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v 'Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig : and
"daughter expect to take possession
of their Lake Weir home this week
to remain until fall.
Mrs. A. (L: Izlar and Mr. Laurie
Izlar returned this morning from a
fortnight stay at their home on Lake
Weir.
'
Wilford Harrold is having a siege
with chills and fever at the home of
iiis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace
Harrold on 'East Adams street.
, -Misses Alice Campbell and Annie
Pope iEagleton are guests for the
week of the tformer's cousins,1 -Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Martin at (Lake Weir.
Charles and Ralph Cullen returned
this -morning from a few days' visit
to!Edward Chazal at Woodmar
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Mr. L. M. Lamar of the dry (goods
department of Rheinauer & Cb., ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. Lamar anavson
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vacation. They are located at the
Imperial.
Mrs. P. J. Theus and little son are
spending several weeks at the lake,
at the hospitable home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Connor.
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CMrs. S iL. Bitting and two sons ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday from St. Petersburg
to visit the former's son, Mr. Hubert
Bitting and family for a month.
Miss Gladys Martin was the week weekend"
end" weekend" guest of Miss Mary Connor at
Xorth Lake Weir.
(Mrs. Louis Lang has as her guest
for several days her sister, Miss
"Grace Milligan of Anthony.
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Miss Mary Gates, after a visit of
several weeks to friends in St. Pe
tersburg, returned home yesterday.
JMrs. Fred H. Robinson writes
rom Mackinaw City., Mich., that she
and daughter have arrived there and

are most pleasantly located. They
have recently visited Mrs. Robin Robin-eon's
eon's Robin-eon's daughter, Mrs. Groux at De Detroit
troit Detroit and also friends and relatlfes
at Albion, Lansing, Grand? Rapids
and other points.
-Mrs. E. H. Martin left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Tampa to remain until the
latter part of the week going then to
Largo to spend some time with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gorden.
:Miss Annie Mae Close is a guest
for the remainder of the summer of
her mother, Mrs. George Close, hav having
ing having accompanied her and Miss Chris Christine
tine Christine Close home from Tampa last
week.
Mrs. P. B. Dukes of Waycross,
Ga., who has been the guest of Mrs.
A. E. Condon and Mrs. A. M. Perry
for the past two weeks, returned to
her home yesterday.
Mrs. H. C. Webb of Houston, Tex.,
is visiting her mother ;Mrs. S. P. An Anthony
thony Anthony for a couple of weeks. Her
friends regret that her son CeciJ did
not accompany her. Mrs. Anthony
will accompany her daughter home
if her eyes are well enough for her
to leave at that time.
Mrs. E. G. Peek and little' daugh daughter
ter daughter and Mrs. H. H. Brand left this
afternoon for North Lake, where
they have taken a cottage for a two
weeks' stay.
Mrs. Mae Bingham returned home
Sunday evening from Winter Haven,
where she went to escort her mother
and pay a brief visit to relatives in
their old home.

Miss Mildred Baya of Jacksonville,
a recent attractive guest of Mrs. W.
W. Harriss, accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. L. Z. Baya, has gone to
Sweet Chalybeate Springs, Va., to
spend theremainder of the summer.
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Mr. X. IGottlieb, who is home for
a brief visit to his" family, is doing
superb work for the Fraternal Union
of Ocala, in South Florida, leading
the procession in securing members
for the order not only in Florida, but
the country. Mr. Gottlieb is a good
judge of men and has a most per persuasive
suasive persuasive way with him. These talents
combined make him a most Taluable
organizer.
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Mr. and Mrs. Olebia Landers and
children left Friday for, Jacksonville,
where they will make their home.
Mr. Landers is one of the most quick
and accurate telegraph operators in
the United States. He is an Ocala
boy- was one of the Star's carrier
hoys ten years ago and has always
made good in any position he tried
to fill. His -friends will miss him, buW
all hope he and his family will be
happy and prosperous in their new
home.
Messrs
ski, who
Clarence and Olaf Zewati-
witnessed the three last
ball games of the Ocala-Clearwater
series at Clearwater, joined their
parents ssaturaay m rampa tor a
brief visit at the home of their
brother, Mr. W. K. Zewadski, Jr.

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Mr, Dell Moody arrived from have taken four if Clearwater had
Mulberry Saturday night for a shorVjiot imported a battery from Tampan

visit to his mother, .. Mrs. E. P.
Moody at Lake Weir, and friends in
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Master Hansel Leavengood who
IS
spent last week with the Ocala base-
ball club at Cleavater and reported
the games for tpe Star, came home
yesterday, 'having had a fine time.4
This was Hanses first experience ija
reporting baseball, and he did we
MfTTJTS. Weathers, of the Florida
National Bank, Jacksonville, will be
numbered among the well known
Floridians spending the next two
weeks in Asheville, N. C, leaving for
there Saturday evening.
Mr. Louis Lang and father, Col.
Felder Lane: of Miami, left this
morning for Jacksonville, where the
latter will undergo an operation on
his eye for cataract. The host of
friends of this estimable old gentle gentleman,
man, gentleman, who has been suffering from
partial blindness for some time, sin-J
cerely hope that the operation will
be successful.
Mr. James Adams, a fine-looking
young man from Live Oak, is in the
city, visiting his brother, City Mar Marshal
shal Marshal Adams. It pleases him to find
out that .lis "big bud" is making
good as an officer and a citizen.
r.
Mr. W. W. Byles, 'formerly of
iCranford's mill, now of Jackson-
ville, was in town yesterday, the

ues: of Mr. Heron Todd. Mr. Byles
the young man who- anto ran

is
over a little boy in Jacksonville some
months ago, in spite of all he could
do to prevent the accident. It look looked
ed looked for a time like the authorities
were disposed to make an example
of him, but the evidence being clear
that he could not prevent the acci accident,
dent, accident, he was discharged without
having to go into court. Mr. Byles
had full sympathy and aid from his
Ocala friends, who were glad to see
him again.
e
Mrs. J. A. Bruederly, who has been
spending a month in Jacksonville,
returned home last night.
IMPORTANT MEETING
FOR PEOPLE OF OCALA
This city should be represented at
the meeting in Palatka tomorrow of
business men of Gainesville, Haw Hawthorne
thorne Hawthorne and other towns interested,
with members of the railroad com com-mision,
mision, com-mision, to try to induce the Atfantic
Coast Line to run a morning and eve evening
ning evening train between Palatka and
Ocala.
If this train could be secured, it
would be of tremendous importance
to Ocala. It would bring our coun country
try country folks into town from Orange
Lake to Ocala, every morning to do
their trading, and take them back
home in the afternoon.
Secretary Rooney has received the
following letter from F. ai. 'Runnels,
I secretary of the Gainesville board of
trade:
Gainesville, Fla., July 18th, 1914.
Mr.. J. D. Rooney, Secretary,
Board of Trade; Ocala, Fla.:
Our party will leave here for Pa Palatka
latka Palatka in automobiles about seven
o'clock Tuesday morning. We hope
to pick up the Hawthorne people at
that place.
If your party intends to go in cars,
could you not arrange to meetus at
some point, either coming up to
Gainesville Monday night or leaving
Ocala early and intersecting us at
some place suitable.
iMy understanding is that the rail railroad
road railroad company is collecting consider considerable
able considerable .data from the ticket agents in
an effort to show that travel does not
now justify trains operated, and a
great hardship would be forced on
the road if an increase in operating
expenses is forced upon the company.
If you decide on either one of these
connections, please 'phone me.
F. M. Runnels, Sec :
Ir. Rooney has been trying j ail
day to induce some of the wheel wheel-horses
horses wheel-horses of the Board of Trade to 'go,
but every wheelhorse is sick, busy or
out of town. He says he will j go
himself, if no one else .will. As he is
suffering from his injured leg, and
his physician has ordered him to Ire Ire-main
main Ire-main quiet, it is hardly necessary to
say the trip will be one of danger
and suffering for him, and If any anyone
one anyone else can go they should.
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BROKE EVEN IX BASEBALL
The Ocala ball team returned Sun
day from Clearwater, wiiere th
members had a most pleasant -week
Thev eniofei themselves to the full:
in thatf'finel little town, which thef
Clearwater JSun appropriately calls
"The Sunset City,' 'and found the
people. reddy to show them hospital-iU-
at every turn.J
J-rVi uaseuaii, iuejr uiu very wen i
ght nave done better, but could.
easily Have doneygTse. They tool
three games out of six, and there i
not the least doubt tha they would
On FrHay's game, the Clearwater
Sun makes the following comments:
"Chazal hung up gooseeggs for the
locals from the second to the sixth,
but in the seventh he took a-balloon
ascension into the chilly upper air re
gions.
in this game Kirk deposited a
neat home run in the drainage ditch
for which Harris had to conduct an
extensive exploring expedition.
' Anderson also heaved a most at
tractive bunch of whiffers in this
game. Clearwater got to him in the
second and third, slightly, but during
the last four innings Mr. Anderson
was right there with his saliva ball,
and had the locals slashing great
gashes in the atmosphere. Anderson
had only seven innings to pitch and
was able to use his spitter and his
smoky fast ball most of the time with
out personal injury. He would not
throw anything in the last couple of
innings but a spit ball, and the space
between the pitchers box and home
plate became fairly sticky from the
excessive moisture that flew off the
spheriod. We were unable to ascer ascertain
tain ascertain how many packages of gum Pat Patrick
rick Patrick used in his saliva factory. Any Anyhow,
how, Anyhow, he had 'em breaking anywhere
and everywhere, and old Hans Wag Wagner
ner Wagner himself would have been puzzled
by some of Pat's twisters.
"In the second Bullock walked,
the only person who attained that dis distinction
tinction distinction off Mr. Hill. On Booth's er error
ror error Zewadski reached first. After
i lighthouse McCleod had fanned out.

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Beautiful Assortment of Wash Ties. Many Pat Patterns,
terns, Patterns, Several Styles, All Fast Colors.

Pirnees

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New Styles in Arrow Collars
This is the best 15c, two for 25c, collar on the
market It is our ambition, to have the BEST
in Each Line. We especially recommend the
DORSET for Summer Wear:

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OCALA,
Davis and Zewadski were allowed to
score on a passed ball.
"Brown went to first to run for
Bullock, and when lie Jbegan pranc prancing
ing prancing off the bag Couch touched him
out, having had the ball smigly hid hidden
den hidden away in his mit. Mr. Brown was
very humble for at least five minutes
thereafter.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rsnt and Similar Local Heeds
GOOD PIANrO $30 A square piano,
(magnificent solid mahogany case;
in first class condition without
blemish, works In good shape andj
tone is excellent and in lair tune,
$30 cash. Apply at the Star of office.
fice. office. 7-1 8 -tf dw
ROLL TOP DESK $18 A medium
sized roll top office desk, in first-1
class condition, $18 cash. Apply
at Star oflice. 7-18-tf dw
WANTED Country place in ex exchange
change exchange for part payment on city
house and lot. Address P. O. Box
366, Ocala, Fla. 7-16-Gt
FOR SALE A Callle detachable and
portable rowboat motor and pro propeller
peller propeller complete. Cost $81.95 and
is brand new. Will sell for $65
cash. Apply at Knight & Lang. 8 tf
POSITION WANTED By experienc experienced
ed experienced bookkeeper and office man, in
Ocala or elsewhere. W. B. Dje,
209 Orange Ave., Ocala. 7-10-1 2t
FOUND A package of glass jars.
Owner can have same by proving
property and paying expenses.
Apply at Star oflice. 7-15-tf
LOST Bunch of keys belonging to
S. T. Sistrunk. Finder please
notify owner.
FOR SALE One large horse In
good condition; one good work
mule. Ocala Lumber & Supply
Company. 5-23-tf
FOR RENT Three connecting fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeep
ing. Mrs. P. A. Durand, 614 East
Adams street. 7-13-13t
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED A mid middle
dle middle aged white woman; very little

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work; good home in country. tIn tIn-quire
quire tIn-quire of Mrs. Nelson, 211 N. Main'
street. 7-14-Gt
WANTED Subscribers of the Star
to tell their neighbors of-the plan
now in force for, giving cash cou coupons
pons coupons to subscribers, x tf-20-tf:
FOR SALE Modern bungalow" in
Lin wood Heights. Inquire of the
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.5-15 it
No Lamp.
A three-year-old lad was out walking
trtth his grandfather when he noticed
the moon. Seeing that It did not look
as It does at night, he remarked, very
solemnly, "Well, there's the moon.bui
It ain't got any lamp In It now."
. Little Hint.
A little girl came down to dessert
at a dinner party and sat next to
her mother. This lady was occupied
in talking to her neighbors and omit omitted
ted omitted to giro the child anything. After
some time the little girl, unable to
bear it any longer, with sobs rising
In. her throat, held up her plate and
said: "Does anybody want a clean
Plata?" w
Only Remedy.
Life Ib thick sown with thorns, and
I know of no other remedy than to
pass through them quickly. The long longer
er longer we dwell on our misfortunes, the
greater is their power "to harm us.
Voltaire.
Thrifty Chinese Fa rmtrs.
While our farmers throw broadcast
handfuls of grain on the narrowed
earth, offering rich- pasturage to pil pillaging
laging pillaging birds and rodents, the China Chinaman,
man, Chinaman, after furrowing the earth with
his wooden plowshare, without-turning
it, crumbles each lump in his
hands till it Is like fine powder. This
done, at planting time he walks slow slowly
ly slowly down each furrow, carrying a grain
drill, which Is a marvel of ingenious
sldpliclty.
Lotus Eaters.
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 ail 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.
Council meets Tuesday evening.

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COAST LINE SCHEDULE
.Jacksonville and St. Petersburg
VsNo 9 Leave Jacksonville 4 p. xn.j
arrive Ocala 9:05; arrive St. Peters
burg 3 a. m.
Vlu. tu x-eave St. Petersburg i:
Vm.f arrive Ocala 6:05; arrive
Jacksonville, 10:55.
, v?o. 29 Leaves Jacksonville ftl
9:o a. m.; arrives Ocala at 2:40 i j
m.V arrives SL Peiersburg at 9:10.
No. 40 Leaves St. Petersburg at
6:3C a. m.; arrives Ocala 12:54 pJ
m;x leaves Ocala 1:14 p; m.; arrive
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 5:48 pk
m.; arrives Ocala 9:50 p. an.
Qcala and Homosassa
No. 49 Leave Ocala. 8:20 a. xnf;
arrive Homosassa, 1 p. m.
, No.,47 Leave Ocala, 2:20; arrive
Homosassa, 5:20.
No. 44 Leave Homosassa, 10 a
m.; arrive Ocala, 12:50 p. m.
No. Leave Homosassa, 1:30 p.
in.; arrive Ocala, 6 p. m.
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CURED
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ed to all the praise 1 can give them
writes CMrs. 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.
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PLASTERS and CONTRACTORS
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work. We take contracts any
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OCALA, FLORIDA
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guaranteed. References given.
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THE HARDWARE WE SELIj IS MADE MCSTLY OF STKKL
AND IKON, YET THIS IS THE SOUT OF A "HOLDEX UULK" WE
PRACTICE WE SEIL GOOD, HONEST, DELIA DEE STI FF; WE
PUT A FAIH AM) SQLTADE PDICE OX IT; CHAKGE EVEDY EVEDY-PODY
PODY EVEDY-PODY THIS SAME PDICE.
DON'T YOU WANT TO DO DVSIXESS WITH THIS SODT OF A
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BROKEN DOWN BY
SLUMP III BUSINESS

I loess Lumber Company Has Made an
Assignment for Denefit of
Its Creditors ...
News was received in this city to today
day today that an involuntary petition in
bankruptcy had 'been filled on the
18th Saturday, against the Roess
Lumber Company, incorporated in
this city, but with offices in Tampa.
It is charged in the petition that the
company has made a general assign assignment
ment assignment for the benefit of its creditors
and that Mr. D. U. McGinnis was
named as assignee. When the pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings were instituted, the officers
of the company admitted that the as assignment
signment assignment had been made and that

the company's liabilities were great greatly
ly greatly in excess of its assets. The offic officers
ers officers hope to .get the business of the
company arranged in a short time,
make some satisfactory arrangement
with its creditors and continue busi business.
ness. business. No statement has been made so

CLEARWATER IS COMING

Our Hosts of Last Week Will Ik? Our
Guests Xext Month
Clearwater's clever and- efficient
ball team, attended, we hope, by
many of the Sunset City people, will
be in Ocala during the second week
in August. Let us prepare to beat
their team but otherwise make ev everything
erything everything pleasant for them.

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GAME THURSDAY WITH
SUMMERFIELD TEAM

The husky Summerfield Tigers
will be in Ocala Thursday for a game
with the local team.

CIVIC UGLINESS A LIABILITY
Communities Are Now Generally
Awake to the Fact That Attrac Attractiveness
tiveness Attractiveness Is an Asset.
Practically every community Is now
awake to the Importance of some un unusual
usual unusual and generally hitherto unknown
move looking to civic beautifying. It
Is well that a special stimulus In this

work occasionally comes to us, for the

far of the actual amount of the lia-j results are often, In some cases, and

bilities and assets, but a schedule

Phone 118,

Ocala.

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THERE ARE MANY USEFUL THINGS FOR YOU IN OUR STORE
BESIDES JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE. RELIABLE FOUNTAIN
PENS, CANES AND UMBRELLAS WITH PLAIN HANDLES OR
FANC Y DESIGNS IN GOLD AND SIL VER. WE HA VE ONL Y THE
BEST MAKES OF THESE GOODS, BECAUSE THEY ARE THE
ONL Y KIND THA TJLA S T AND GIVE SA TISFA C TION. THE PRICE
IS B UT LITTLE MORE THAN O THERS ASK FOR THE POORER
KINDS, AND YOU WILL BE PLEASED AND PROUD OF THE
GOODS WE SELL YOU.
A. E. BURNETT,
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The Reliable Jeweler, Merchants Block, Ocala, Fla.

Avill doubtless be filed in a few days.
Among the company's assets are
the big brick manufacturing .plant at
Whitney, a shingle mill at Lochloosa,
a big brick dry kiln at Branford, a
half interest in a saw mill location
and mills at Trilby, some timber
lands at Tampa, etc., together with
accounts and 'bills receivable. The
liabilities are mostly 'for lumber
purchased from other manufactur manufacturers,
ers, manufacturers, as the company was primarily a
brokerage concern and did that kind

of a business on a very extensive
scale.
The Roess Lumber Company was
organized in this city in 1908. Mr.
M." J. Roess is the president, LMr. C.
L. Anderson vice-president, Mr. C.
C. Bailey secretary and treasurer.
Mr. Roess is the principal stock hold holder.
er. holder. The company moved its offices to
Tampa on the first of this year. The
'bad condition 'of the lumber market,
low prices and little demand, 'back 'backward
ward 'backward collections and the general
tightness of the money market has

combined to bring on the company's
embarrassment.

The ibig lumber companies of this
section 'have been peculairly unfor unfortunate
tunate unfortunate and three of them have fail failed
ed failed .during the past eighteen months.
Mr. iRoess and liis associates have
many friends here who will be very
sorry to learn that they Siave gotten
into difficulties with, their financies
and hope that the companies affairs
can ibe arranged and business continued.

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THROUGH KATES TO ALL POINTS IN NORTHERN STATES
Apply to H. G. VENZEIi Fl orida Passenger Agent,
122 West BajTStrcet, Jacksonville, Florida.

HARD AVORK TO
BEAT A HACK3L1N

Do not try to ibeat a negro hack hack-man.
man. hack-man. It is hard to do and you may
get the worst of it. The other day a
most laugha'ble scene was witnessed
at the A. C. iL. depot. The train -was
ready to leave as a hack drove up
and a negro man got out, with a big
package of ibottled beer under one
arm. He haggled with the hackman
about the fare, with the intention,
it appeared tp the 'by-standers, of
doing this till the train started, then
running and jumping on and beating
the hackman out of his quarter. The
program worked fairly .well, till the
man figured the opportune moment
had arrived and the train had gain gained
ed gained sufficient headway, started to run,
when he was grabbed by the hack hack-man.
man. hack-man. 'The passenger wiggled and
kicked and finally got loose, hot hotfooting
footing hotfooting it for the train. 'As he was
reaching for the rail of the last
coach, 'his pocketbook worked out of
his pistol pocket and dropped to the
ground. The hackman who was right
behind fhim, picket up and opened
the foook, took out a dollar and held
the pocketbook out to his erstwhile
passenger, saying "Here's yo money,
nigger; I'se got mine." This was

more than the. slick passenger bar

always in others, of permanent bene benefit.
fit. benefit. Many private grounds and some
whole cities or communities will never
again drop back to the ranks of the
uncared-for.
It must be impressed upon all cen centers
ters centers of population, so far as is pos possible,
sible, possible, that civic ugliness is a liability
just as much" as civic beauty is an
asset and that the public suffers or
enjoys just in proportion to the neg neglect
lect neglect or the care manifested in neigh

borhood surroundings. Slovenly munic

ipal housekeeping is a reflection upon
the general public, even upon the one
whose private premises are above re reproach,
proach, reproach, for even though the individual
qualifies as neat and cleanly in the
care of his home grounds his efforts
may be without effect or influence ex except
cept except he works for the general good
of all, ever insistent upon a high local
standard of civic beauty.

Cities and towns should keep clean
streets, sidewalks, vacant lots, school
grounds, etc.; various organizations

should look to churchyards, ceme

teries, clubhouse grounds and all com

munity or sectional properties. In

dividuals should not only clean and

beautify their own premises, but strive

with their neighbors, both individu
allyand collectively, toward the ac

complishment of like results. All
should mend, paint, plant, rake and

sweep, both publicly and privately, for

rest assured that none labor in vain

who serve the cause aright. Some or
ganization will be necessary, for zeal

ous, energetic co-operation is needed

for the successful prosecution of all

civic improvement.

GOOD EXAMPLE FOR CITIES

State of Michigan Has Made Plans to

Plant Two Million Trees
This Year.

It is characteristic of youth that It

pursues whatever it undertakes with

undivided energies. This is true of

nations no less than individuals. As a
nation we are young. When we tackle

a problem, we seem for the time be

ing to forget that there is anything
outside of the problem in question

that needs our attention.

As a nation we have been greatly
interested of late in social reforms,
in ameliorating the lot of the laboring

man. With the vigor of youth we

went after the social problem and

much good has been accomplished,
while plans are in the making for
even greater benefits. We have not

forgotten, however, other interests

that are quite important to our nation

al well-being. For example, the state of

Michigan will plant this year 2,000,000
trees. Hundreds of acres where a few

years ago stood giant pine trees, but

which are now bare, will once more
be turned into beautiful forests by
that state. Michigan is the second

state to take up the matter of refor

estry. A year ago the state of Min

nesota planted 1,000,000 trees.

The example of Michigan and Min

nesota night be followed by other

states with a good deal of profit. Chi

cago Tribune.

Back Yard Gardening.
About this time every year number

less householders have the gardening

' fovor and trir manv trlaM If Vinf

gained for, so he turned loose of rfcej ;r' wt

lucjr aixs iiequeuuy iou anxious iu

train, which he had not yet succeed succeeded
ed succeeded in mounting, handicapped "by his
stock of refreshments and his long
flapping coat tails and came back for
his' coin. The crowd laughed and
hooted him so that he took the
pocketbook in one hand and the beer
in the other and disappeared around
the corner as quick as he could and
did not even stop to argufy about the
change out of that dollar. He had
plenty of time to catch the next train
to his home town without sacrificing
his dignity.

MUSIC rUPILS WANTED

I am now prepared to give piano
lessons to a limited number of pupils.
7-lS-12t MISS ETHEL. HAYCRAFT.

ARDEX FIGS

Arden figs in
cents iper quart.

any quantity
Phone 106.

10

have the first lettuce or radishes: in
the neighborhood, and undertake too

much. They work too hard and un
wisely, and soon tire, but there are al

ways some who persevere and suc

ceed. A small back yard that com
mands plenty of sun will grow vegeta

bles enough to make a notable differ

ence in the size of household bills, and
will not require a great deal of work.

There are no vegetables which taste

so good as those freshly gathered

from your own garden.

His record explains the admiration

felt for Wilson by the American peo

ple, but not their evident and growing

fondness for him. Men admire

steam engine, but they seldom develop

any particular affection toward it
The secret of Wilson's increasing pow
er and popularity lies In his charac
ter far more than in his achievements.

He is devoted to duty. The notion

that he could use his position for per

sonal aggrandizement and glorifica

tion seems never to have occurred to

him.

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OCALA HOUSE -NOW.. OPEN
TK WING to the great demand for rooms, we
f ) 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
comfortable, 1
We are spending S15, 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
moderate prices.
LOIliS W. H nngr Mananer

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Ready' for Bisiiess

I am now prepared to give my undivided attention to,aU kinds o
Jewelry and Watch Repairing.
I have all the latest appliances for doing 'work of this class
quickly and at the lowest possible e-pense Give me a trial.

J. CHARLES SMITH

Carlisle Drug Store Building

OCATjA,

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FLORIDA

PIN YOUR FAITH TO, OCALA.'
20 Per Cent. Real Estate Investment.
Does this Look Good to You?
Two small four-room tenement houses, in good
condition, lot large enough for two more nouses,
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, S600 for the two.
Titles perfect. If interested see me at once. They will not be
long on the market at this price.
IT A H1TTH Real Estate and Fire Insurance

Phone 285

OCALA. FLORIDA

WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?

FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR
WOMEN TALLAHASSEE

College of Arts and Sciences; Normal
School; School of Music; School of Art
Extension Division; Graduate SchooL
Modern Gymnasium with swimming
pool. Basket ball and tenuis courts;
new and modern buildings; beautiful
campus; dormitories have all modem
conveniences ; new dining room and
kitchen most hygenlc in Florida; 418
young women from 49 counties and 12
states last session.
TUITION FREE In College and Nor Normal
mal Normal -School. Board and entrance fec3
for the year $124. For catalogue write
EDWARD CONRADI, President.

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA i
GAINESVILLE

8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal
Arts; Law; Engineering; agriculture;
Teachers College; 'Experiment Station;
Extension Division; Graduate SchooL
Ten new brick buildings, besides gym gymnasium,
nasium, gymnasium, swimming, pool and many sub subsidiary
sidiary subsidiary buildings. 61 officers. Instruc Instructors
tors Instructors and assistants. 354 young men.
from 4? Florida counties and 24 states
and foreign countries last session.
TUITION FREE. Board and Entrance
Fees. $132.50 per year. Write today tor
catalogue. A. A. MURPHREE, Pres.

omfoirli Lodge

The rest room which the Ocala merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town Tisitors who are in the city for a few hours
with nohing to do Is located on the corner of lfort King avenue
and South Main street, opposite the Theus-Zachry furniture
store. The ladies especially will 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

SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE

Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
m.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.

No. 3 local leavea Jacksonville

!:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;

irrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
Xo. 9 limited Jtaves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
Tt.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound
So. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
irrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrive.
Jacksonville 6:45 a. o.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
irrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves
Ocala 1:30 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 5:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
rn.; arrives Ocala 4:20 i. m.; arrives
Tacksonville 7:30 p. xa.

We can repair your om Furniture,
make those old discarded pieces look
ood and give a -tot more service and
tho price will be reasonable. E. C.
Jordan & Co. 7-6tf

EVENTUALLY
You'll have
Cement Sidewallis
Put Down.

Why not 'how?
Ornamental Vases
of all kinds
-made to?order

; See, Phone or Write
I us I
I WOODMAR SAND AND

STONE COMPANY :
Phone 331, N Main St ;
OCALA, FLA. :

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IIH 1 PRESIDENT

Chief Executive Enjoys Country's
Full Confidence.

.Administration Has Been Judged by
Its Results, and the Verdict Can Cannot
not Cannot Fall to Be That of
Approval.

"Many of us who try to observe af affairs
fairs affairs impartially' writes Sumner Cur Curtis
tis Curtis from Washington, "are inclined to
believe in President Wilson's ability

to cope with the situation merely be-1

cause of his success in dealing with
specific items of legislative policy to
date."

Though Wilson is now facing the j

most serious opposition he has met m
his party, the observers have not lost
faith in him because they have ob observed
served observed that he "gets the goods." He
won on two complicated and highly
contentious measuresthe tariff and
currency bills. There were grave
doubts about the wisdom of his meth methods
ods methods in dealing with Huerta. Persons
who sympathized with his policy of
non-intervention thought that in his
effort to set up moral standards for
politicians in a foreign country he
was overshooting the mark. His ref references
erences references to foreign affairs in the tolls
s controversy seemed vague and unin unin-I
I unin-I telligible to many, and they have been
savagely ridiculed, but they are the
reasons given for the support of Lodge
and Olney. He has taken his chances
in his own way, and because of his re remarkable
markable remarkable successes it is felt that it is
safer to apply to him, his own policy
of watchful Waiting than to predict
disaster.
j The test, after all, is the common
one. We judge generally by results.
Whether the clamor during the inter intermediate
mediate intermediate stages is over King Caucus,
coercion and ruthless tyranny or over
fatuous obstinacy, loss of prestige and
disorganization makes little differ differ-ence.
ence. differ-ence. v

Worthy Democratic Leader.
In spite of his error on the question
of Panama tolls, Senator-elect Under Underwood
wood Underwood has as fine a record as the an annals
nals annals of recent congresses can show.
His name is attached and justly to
the first honest tariff law passed since
the Civil war. He has been party
leader without seeking to be dictator,
he has held strong, convictions with without
out without finding It necessary to denounce
the motives of all who differed with
him. He is a tireless worker, a true
statesman, a man who will win as
high a standing In the senate as he
has held for years in the house.

TASK TOJKRATS
Should Work to Correct Wasteful
Expenditures.

Statement Was Not Needed.
"Senator Borah says that so far as
he is concerned there will be no con constitution
stitution constitution of peace for the benefit of
any monopoly, which, like many in insinuations,
sinuations, insinuations, is unjust. The constitu constitution
tion constitution of peace which President' Wilson
hopes to establish is based upon obed obedience
ience obedience to law," says the New York
World. And as any monopoly in trade
is forbidden by law, Senator Borah's
position appears to be a necessary, de deduction,
duction, deduction, r

Ridiculous and Stupid.
The charge made specifically at
Washington by Senator Chamberlain
of Oregon, our own Joe Knowland,
and others, and bruited widely by the
Hearst and other yellow newspapers
that President Wilson is urging his
tolls repeal proposal as the result of a
diplomatic bargain with England is
neither credible nor worthy. It is just
a cheap attempt to play upon an old
and outworn prejudice. -San Francis Francisco
co Francisco Argonaut.

All Doubt Removed.
Does any one suspect President Wil Wilson
son Wilson of lack of moral courage or of
leadership? Philadelphia Record.

V Mr. Underwood's Error.
Mr. Underwood, discussing the Pan Pan-i
i Pan-i ama canal toll questioii, said: "Yet the
4 most serious surrender that the advo

cates of the British contentions desire j
. A 1. A

to mane is tne aamission mai we are
not sovereign in the Canal Zone."
Of course we are not sovereign in
the Canal Zone. We are tenants of a
strip of land fcr which we pay the
Republic of Panama a rental of $250, $250,-000.
000. $250,-000. We have pledged ourselves to
regulations there which Mr. Under Underwood
wood Underwood recognizes. If we were sover sovereign
eign sovereign we could square these conditions
and do exactly as we pleased.
Mr. Underwood agrees that we must
obey the provisions of the'Hay-Paunce-fote
treaty that charges must be just
and reasonable, and thst except on
coastwise shipping the use of the
, canal shall be open to the vessels of
all nations on equal terms. Not if we
are sovereign in the sense that Mr.
Underwood uses the term. If we were
we could makefcharges unjust and un unreasonable
reasonable unreasonable and give all American ship shipping
ping shipping free tolls through the anal.

Changes In the Present System of
Making Appropriations Are Im Imperative
perative Imperative and Cannot Be
Undertaken Too Early.

LOOKS BETTER, LASTS LONGER,
COSTS LESS PER JOB THAN THE
OTHER KINDS
, WHY NOT BUY IT?
FOR SALE BY THE MARION
HARDWARE COMPANY

TxIE METROPOLITAN
' SAVINGS BANK

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WOOD
PHONE 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for SI.
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention.

! J. L. SMOAK

X At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

This bank i? 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 will observe all
legal holidays, both state and na national,
tional, national, and will remain closed on
those days.
George Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf

OCALA PUBLIC LIBRARY

In the matter of wasteful congres congressional
sional congressional expenditure the Democracy must

do exactly as it did with the tariff and
the currency. It built from the bottom
up, on new and sound principles It
did not try to do what the Republicans
had done, and simply do it a little
milder or more reasonably; it took a
new start. Our. system of appropriate
ing public money is called such by
courtesy. We have had no system;
there has been no co-ordination be between
tween between the taxing and the spending end
of the government. If a commercial
corporation were run with as little at attention
tention attention to the relation between income
and expenditure, It would be handed
over to the sheriff within six months.
Here is a task of the first magnitude
which can be vigorously prosecuted
with no danger of ''alarming the coun country"
try" country" or "disturbing business condi condi-tons.".
tons.". condi-tons.". One paean of joy would go up
from Key West to Seattle and from
Fire Island to San Pedro if It were an announced
nounced announced that the congressional leaders
had set themselves actively to work
out the problem of governmental
economy. Nothing would more surely
and more vitally assist in the recovery
of business from the ill effects of the
drought and the European period of
hard times.
This Is not partisan effusiveness.
The Republic challenges contradiction
of the statement that the administra administration
tion administration leaders in congress have proven
their ability to disregard selfish con considerations
siderations considerations in legislation. The tariff
bill swept away favoritism to the sugar
interests in Democratic Louisiana.
.Prophecies were freely made that Os Oscar
car Oscar Underwood's steel-making constit constituency
uency constituency would find ways to moderate the

application of the Democratic princi principles
ples principles to the metals tariff and that the
Democratic senators from the wool
states of the West would bring to
nothing the efforts to reform the wool
schedule, but they were proved false.
St. Louis Republic.

Valuation of Railroads.
The valuation of railroad lines Is in
progress, conducted either by public
authority or by experts employed by
the corporations themselves. The Le Le-hieh
hieh Le-hieh Valley, for instance, has recently

had its property appraised by an ex-j
pert whose report is to the effect that
its-true valuation Is $324,000,000. This
works out at $278,893 per mile, ex-
elusive of equipment. Such figures

are revelations to those congressmen"
who talk glibly of reproducing rail railroads
roads railroads at half the current estimates of
their capitalization. In a region simi similar
lar similar to that served by the Lehigh Val-

i ley, railroad-building comes high.
; Cities and towns are traversed and
, local real estate values govern the
j cost of location. The modern line
' must be better built than was the rail railroad
road railroad of 30 years ago, has heavier road roadbed
bed roadbed and rails, and crosses rivers and
'highways on bridges of steel or con concrete.
crete. concrete. There is a four-mile stretch of
railroad within a short distance of
Boston to build which "spoiled the
looks" of $1,000,000, long and deep
rock cuts and overhead crossings play playing
ing playing their parts in piling up the totaL
Boston Transcript.

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If you are thinking of having you house
PAINTED OR PAPERED or any INTERIOR
DECORATING done be sure to see us before

letting your work out. We use nothing but first
class material and have had
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
We guarantee to give entire satisfaction.
S: J. Clupka & Walter Tagg
P. O. BOX 428 OCALA, FLA.
'Estimates Given

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I The Single Term.
I It takes time to amend the consti constitution
tution constitution of the United States. The
amendment providing for a six-year
presidential term with no re-election
must be pushed with vigor if it is to
be adopted before 1916.

. Resolutions for such an amendment

are pending in both houses of congress, j

It is doubtful, however, if either Is in

form for final passage. The prohibi-.
tlon must be made absolute. No man:
who has served six years in the presi-.;
dency before the adoption of the
amendment should be eligible to elec-
tlon afterward. This must, be made

so clear that it cannot be miscon

strued. j
j Only in this way can the country get
chance to attend 'to Its proper busi-;
; ness, unvexed by Bull Moose bawling.

I The amendment must be scrutinized

(with care before it is sent out to the

states; but it must not be delayed. The

first state election held after the com- j

ing session of congress should have :
a chance to pass upon this matter.
There must be no loss of time and no j

lock of clearness In translating the
anti-third term tradition Into constitu constitutional
tional constitutional law.

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Teams For Rent Llflht and Heavy Hauling

PHONE 296

Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
arid Safes..
.....
Baggage Service-
the Best.

' We Sell
BEAVER BOARD

Superior to Plaster

or CeilJng In
Quality or Price

INVESIGATE.

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COLLIER BROS.,, Proprietors.

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System Awsksas

With Pare BJood

In Mind and Douy the
Change 3 Wonderful.

Open daily except Sunday from 3
to 5 p. m. Board of Trade rooms,
Ocala Hou-se bioc.
Louise E. Gamsby. Librarian.

XOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE

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Ocala LaJge No. 699, L. O. O.' M.f
-neets every Thursday at 3:30 p. m.
visiting Drethren always welcome to
the loige and club house, on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street near postoOice.
J. D. ROOXEY, Dictator.

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The Last Man.
The last man on earth to talk about
poor business now should be the man
who was president In 1907. Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Record.

OCST. LANO

Oc5T PASTURE.

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Not a Worthy Rival.
Mr. Roosevelt seems to be convinced (
that Mr. Wilson Is not as great a pres- ;
ident as he was, and 'his mild talk j
about calamity Indicates that he

doesn't think Mr. Wilson can bring
about as great a panic as he did in
1907. New York Herald.

Creates Apprehension.
When Colonel Roosevelt declines to
talk he Is immediately credited with
being engaged in an especially ener energetic
getic energetic program of thinking.

RAGS WANTED

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Mclver i MacKay
Fxmcr&J Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
fine Caskets and Barlal Robes.
D. E. .McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
uneral Directors
ill Work Done by. Licensed. Em Em-Imlmers
Imlmers Em-Imlmers and Fully Guaranteed

PHONES:

D. E, McIVER. 104
O. V. ROBERTS
Undertaking I- Office. V .A&r

Ocala Chapter, No. 23, O. E. S.,
meets at Tonne's hau tne second and
fourth Thursday evenings of pacb
month at 7:3.') o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brovn, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Sec'y.

After the deprcssfen, the stamatlcn, tifi
derpair over souio blood disoruor. It is line
to wake up to vrhat S. S. S. has acccci acccci-plisncd
plisncd acccci-plisncd for you after a few days use. It
puts the nerves and blood ia Lanwj ; i:
arouses the cellular activity of tha liver,
tidneTs, lur:?rs, end ether excretory .crjans
to reraovo from th.3 Liood the body aste
that cause nearly all slohnes-s.
This means that all decay, e11 breahin.-r
dov.-n of the tissues, is cheehed and reyalr
vrork begins. S. S. S. lias suca iniluence cn
air local ci-ils as to preserve their riutuI
welfare and afCcrd i pruper relative assist assistance
ance assistance to each other. Jljre attention, is be in in-given
given in-given to catalytic medicine than ever before
and S. S. is one of the highest achieve achievements
ments achievements in this line. For many roars pcoi
relied upon 'mercury, iodide of poah ar arsenic
senic arsenic cathartics and 'Mope" as remedies fat
c. t. v'3' but ncw lhs F"-re, vcgetablt
o. S. s. is tx.;Ir s a A a. r-.i.

When cleaning out your trunks
and chiffonier drawers, packing away
clothes for a trip or for the summer,
save the clean cotton rags and bring
them to the Star oSce and turn them
into cash, whether you have five or
a hundred pounds. tf

CcjNCOKDJA LODGE F. Z. OF A.

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CURED INDIGESTION

Mrs. Sadie P. Clawson, Indiana,
Pa., was bothered with indigestion.
"My stomach pained me nig-ht 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.

Tt S. S. K. In ot-.t. ,..

.t i.2t up.:a having it. The great Swift

V' .,, inui'.j LUIS
iao-b b.-jed punhcr, and y&u should take
no chance by permitting rnyone to recom recommend
mend recommend a saostlttite. And if your blood con con-Cticn
Cticn con-Cticn i suca that you would like to con con-S't
S't con-S't t specialist w'thcmt charge, address
Medical I)ppt.. Th- ji-ift EDcdflc Co
Strict- "P'-'-t -.tii.C CO., wo
oic j..g., Atlanta. Ci

Concordia uoage. Frtrnal Uniot
of America, meets If Vunge's HaP
on the second Thursaay evening o'
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Qage. Secretary. d

There's Nothing Better Than the Best
And that's the reason why,
When for the best you are in quest,
You'll not pass by, but ivill stop and buy
them here.
:W. M. IV2 AIR

PHONE 108

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Merchant Cafe. A. C. L. deKJt
corner. .Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.

L. ALEX AM DEM
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder
Careful -Estimates Mrda on All Cot
rj?et. Work. Give3 more aiul hfU-
ork for th maipv thr uny othe1
u'taactor in the ev.

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 .suppliel for
every known make. We fix 'em tco,
10 years experience. All work guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. We. live here! E. C. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan Co. 7-G-tf.

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who owns the dwelling the business property that stands
in your name?
of course you tlilnkthat you do; but are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership in land.
in the heginnig of civilization no man owned any definite? part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti-
2ul fcr individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu particular
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the coat collar and booted him risht
into the .Fourteenth street gutter.
Foley is out for blood. He believes

'. j Frawley had Rofrano appointed to
imo5o ti,Jthe first deputyship of the street

War is

Big and little Chiefs of the
Tammany Wigwam

(Gotham Knickerbocker )
New York, July 20. These Unit United
ed United States often complained of being
ruled "by Wall street. But there is
sometimes just as much reason for

cleaning department in order to hu humiliate
miliate humiliate the Bowery leader. He has
canvassed the executive committee of
Tammany Hall thoroughly and the
result has made him smile. He is
assured of a majority of the com-'
mittee, those who know sav.
i
The war will come to a critical
stas:e when Frawley comes back from
Europe. Frawley is a member o"!

complaint of the control of the whole the State Panama-Pacific committee,:

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nation by the Manhattan lower East
Side. The Bowery district time out
of memory has had the say at Tam Tam-'
' Tam-' many HalL The Hall usually domi dominates
nates dominates tne state and at times, the city
of New York. The New York dele delegation
gation delegation is the single greatest force at
jthe Democratic National Conventions

land even in times of a hostile admin

istration-like the .present one, Tam Tammany
many Tammany Hall wields a subtile power in
Washington.
So the Bowery is. and should be of
interest to every American citizen.
The lower East Side with its 600,000
population in a square mile is miore
than a curiosity to tourists from the
West. Los tAngeles and Portland
may feel the weight of its hand any
day.
Today I wandered down to Four Fourteenth
teenth Fourteenth street for rumors had reach reached
ed reached me of a much distressing fight in inside
side inside the Tiger camp, and a quarrel

which is troubling the spirits of the
master minds in "the organization"
as much or mbre than the trial of
Police Lieutenant Becker and its
attendant revelations. And the bat battle
tle battle ground is the old East Side, with
genial old Sheriff Tom Foley, (they

call him that) in the center of the
mix-up and Charley Murphy working

his not by any means despicable
brain powers overtime in an effort
A Jl t ,1 1 il 4 t 2

io ueciue wneiutjr iu iuja il up
himself or "let the -boys fight it out.

Altogether it is a .most alarming

situation, I learned from a wigara

friend, and Mr. Murphy may have to
follow Dick Croker back to Ireland

as a sequel.

Foley Js the leader of the Bowery

and he. wields much more power than

ever did Little and Big Tim Sulll
van and their clan.

It' was in 1901 that the sheriff with

the help of Police Chief William S

Devery and Big Tim Sullivan, knock

ed down Paddy 'Divver and dragged

him out of the leadership chair o
the- second district. 1

For thirteen years the Sheriff has

reigned and his power has waxed.

But in the last twelve, months there

have been serious clouds on the big

is now in Germany studying exposi-

ions in order to learn how to run

this one, He professes himself not

roubled over 'Foley's' indignation;

and as "ready to retire for the good

of the organization if necessary to

)reserve peace." Old timers declare

his is a dangerous pass. 'Tis an old i

Tammany trick to intimate such a

move and lull the enemy into over j

confidence just before delivering a

body blow.

But the Sheriff won't be caught

napping that's Gotham Knicker Knickerbocker's
bocker's Knickerbocker's guess.

This is a prescription oreoared esoecialh

for MALARIA or CHILLS A, FEVER
H IV Or CIT sfrlQAa vrrilt

w wv uicak uuy vase, ant

i lanen men as a tonic the I4 ever will no
?turn. It acts on the liver better thai
Calomel and do; not gripe or sicken. 25
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NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
Notice is hereby crlven that undpr and

by virtue of a final decree of fore

closure made and entered by the Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit Court or the Fifth Judicial Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit of Florida, in and for Marion Coun

ty, in cnancery, on the 15th day of
June, A. D., 1U14, in a certain cause
lately pending in said court wherein
Citizens National Life Insurance Com

pany, a corporation, was complainant,
and Anthony Farm Company,, a corpo corporation
ration corporation and others were defendants, the

uncjersignea was appointed special
Master in Chancery in said cause to

execute said final decree, and that pur pursuant
suant pursuant thereto I will on sthe first Mon Monday
day Monday in August, 1914, viz:

The 3rd Day of August, 1014
during the legal hours of sale, offer
for sale and sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at public outcry
in front of the West door of the court
house of Marion county, Florida, the
following described property situated.

lying ana being in Marion county,
Florida, to-wit:

Subdivision
Southeast .quarter
East half of southwest
quarter
North half of northeast
quarter
West half of northwest
quarter, southwest quar quar-of
of quar-of southwest quarter (less
30 rods north and south
by 20 rods east and west in
the southwest corner, and
7 acres on south' side of
the northwest quarter of
southwest quarter) ... ..
East half of northeast
quarter, northeast quarter
of southeast quarter, and
north half of southeast
quarter of the southeast
quarter
West half of southwest

I uai ixji Lit nail kj L

! north tialf and

Sec. Tp. R.
1 14 21

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4 14 22

5 14 ; 22

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attacked at both ends of his ball-

wick. In the north Michael Rofra

no, a clever Italian-American, set up

his standard. In the south,, just un under
der under neath Brooklyn bridge, the broth brothers,
ers, brothers, Clem and Gene, proclaimed
their independence. .

"These men are what they are
through me," said Tom. "I 'befriend 'befriended
ed 'befriended them and pushed them and now
they are ridiculing me." T'was a
good deal for a taciturn Tammany

leader to say.

Foley was so aggravated that he
called 'Rofrano "an inflated little em emigrant"
igrant" emigrant" and referred to, Clem Dris Dris-coll
coll Dris-coll as a "discredited little pinhead."
The latter allusion to Clem's ca career
reer career as First Deputy Commissioner of
Police. The late Mayor Gayor had
Clem clean up the dishonest trades tradesmen's
men's tradesmen's scales, called him his "steam
engine in boots" and finally gave him
next to the best job in the. force of
guardians of the law here. Then
Clem had a sudden heavy fall.
But Clem out of office turned "his
activities to ward' politics. The re result
sult result enraged Foley through his lead leadership
ership leadership was not seriously endanger endangered.
ed. endangered. Then the "rebels" tried to send
some Foley men to prison on allega allegations
tions allegations of election frauds.
The Dricolls and Rofrano were
pretty small game for the Sheriff's
gun, but he learned State Senator Senator-James
James Senator-James Frawley was letting the three
use his office as headquarters. T'was
then the present storm .broke.
Frawley is no mean foe himself.

He has a solid upper East Side dis district
trict district in which he was 'born 4 4 years

ago behind him, he has been senate
leader and chairman of the, finance

committee since the death of Senator

Thomas F. Grady, and he can claim

Charley (Murphy's gratitude as re

cent head of the. legislative commit

tee which prepared the evidence

against Governor William Sulzer.

He is said to be a millionaire.
It is around Murphy that the

storm rages. Foley has demanded
flatly that Murphy, discipline Fraw Frawley,
ley, Frawley, that he declare for one side or
the other. Charley is gravely per perplexed.
plexed. perplexed. 'If he tries to overthrow
Frawley lie has the legislature to
reckon with and if he fails to satis satisfy
fy satisfy the Sheriff he braves the ancient
seat of power, the Bowery district,
and that's worse. It would surprise
no one if Foley grabbed Charley fcy

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west quarter of northeast

quarter ;
East half of southeast
quarter . .

JNortheast quarter, except,
five acres In the northeast
corner of the northwest

quarter of the northeast
quarter
Northwest quarter of

northeast quarter and the

west three-quarters of. the
northwest quarter of the
southwest quarter and the
northwest quarter except
that certain piece describ described
ed described as starting at .a post
marked in the center of
said section and running:
thence north 312 feet,
thence west 565 feet thence
south 312 feet, thence east
565 feet to point of begin-,
nlng .. ..
Southwest quarter of the
southeast quarter and
southeast quarter of south southwest
west southwest quarter ..
Southvaest quarter and
the southwest quarter of
northwest quarter, except
a strip across the north
side thereof containing 10
acres known as the Bacon
land, and the southeast
quarter of .the northwest
quarter, except 20 acres off
of the north side thereof
known as the Bacon land
Southwest quarter of the
northeast quarter, the
southwest quarter, and 54
acres in the southwest
quarter of southwest quar quarter
ter quarter described as commenc commencing
ing commencing at the southwest cor corner
ner corner of said section and run running
ning running north 27 chains thence
east 20 chains, thence south
27 chains, thence west 20
chains to point of begin beginning..
ning.. beginning.. South three-eights of
southeast quarter
All Of . ..
West half of northwest
quarter, south half, east
half of north west 1 quarter,
and east half of northeast
qulrter .
Southwest quarter of
northwest quarter, and all
of land west of the Ocala
and Citra hard road in the
southeast quarter of north northwest
west northwest quarter, and the
southwest quarter of the
southwest auarter ......

Excepting and reserving to the Mc McDowell
Dowell McDowell Crate and Lumber Company and
its successors and assigns, all saw mill
and crate mill timber upon the said
lands in township fourteen (14) suth
of range twenty-two east, in section
one (1). twelve (12. thirteen (13) and
fourteen (14) and the southeast quar quarter
ter quarter (seU) of section twenty-four .24),
with the right to remove the same at
anv time within five (5) years Irom
October 20th, 1010, and also excepting
and reserving to the said McDowell
Crate and Lumber Company, Its suc successors
cessors successors and assigns, for a period of

twenty (20) years from October 1'Oth,
1910, a right of way for its railroaS as
now constructed across the said lands
in section twenty-two .(22), twenty twenty-three
three twenty-three (23) and twenty-four (24), pro provided
vided provided that the McDowell Crate and
Lumber Company, or Its successors and
assigns shall at all times mairtaln
cattle guards at all points where such
railroad crosses any boundry fences
which may be established by the An Anthony
thony Anthony Farm Company, its successoi-s or
assigns, or so much thereof as may
be necessary to satisfy said decree and
costs.
6-29-mon WM. M. GOBER,
Sneclal Master in Chancery.

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K. of P. meet tonight.

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Council meets tomorrow evening.

iLatest sheet music and Victor re records,
cords, records, at Lansford's. 7-lS-tf

Glr. J. W. Coulter, the Blitchton
trucker, is in the city on business, i

WEATHER REPORT

A new lot oLancy bathing caps at
Gerig's drugstore. 7-16-tf

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cords, records, at Lansford's. 7-18-tf

Mr. H. M. Hampton made a busi business
ness business visit to Jacksonville Saturday.

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cords, records, at Lansford's. 7-18-tf

P. A. Durand, tinner and plumber.
Phone 494. 7-17-6t

Latest sheet music and Victor re records,
cords, records, at Lansford's. 7-18-tf
Rexall Nice destroys all odors of
perspiration. At Gerig's drug drugstore.
store. drugstore. 7-16 tf

A large new safe is 'being put into
the offices of Attorney W. K. Zewad Zewad-ski
ski Zewad-ski ill the Gary building.

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 .94 78
July 3 90 73 .72
July 4 87 76 .16
July 5. 86 70 .41
July 6.... 90 70
July 7.. .. . .90 69
July 8 .87 70
July 9 91 72
July 10 88 69 .24
July 11 .88 ,69
July 12. .1 91 73
July 13.. ..91 72 .23
July 14 ....90 73
July 15 .92 72 .04
July 16. . . . .86 72 .04
July 17... .S2 70
July 18 90 73
i July. 19. 88 74

NAVAL STORES
New York, July 20. Turpentine
49 to 49 H. Rosin $3.90 to $4.
PROVISIONS
Chicago, 111., July 20. September

wheat 78. Pork, $21.40. Lard,
$10.32; Ribs, $12.07.
STOCKS
New York, July 20. Stocks weak weaker,
er, weaker, generally quarter to a point low lower
er lower than Saturday.
COTTON
New York, July 20. Cotton firm.

I four to five higher for new and un

changed to four lower for old crops.
August 12.18; October 12.19; De December
cember December 12.40.

Forecast for This Evening and
Tomorrow
Generally fair tonight and Tuesday.

Fresh country eggs,

2 dozen for

45 cents at the Carn-Thomas Com Company.
pany. Company. 7-18-3t

Mr. iEmmett Robinson reached
home Saturday night from a' busi business
ness business trip to Jacksonville.

Those dinners at Rodoff'3 Cafe are
the best to be had in the city and. the
price is right. 6-30-tf

If you need a ledger or any other
olank 'book you can get it at The
Murray Company. 7-16-3t

Take Rexall Liver Salts for that
tired, sleeply feeling. At Gerig's
drugstore. 7-16-tf

Mr. Ed. Tucker is at Pablo Beach,
leaving for there yesterday in his
car.

Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office, Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.

Chocolate Molasses Peanut Butter
A new package and a good one. 4a)

cents per pound. Gerig's. 6-19

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cords, records, at Lansford's. 7-18-tf

Dr. R. B. Weaver of Oak, is in the
city today. He has just returned
ffrom a week's business trip to Jacksonville.

Mr.WV. B. Gallagher left at noon in

Ihis car for Eustis and other points

to attend to business. He will be

away until Wednesday afternoon.

Mr. C P. Howell has just complet completed
ed completed sowing; quite a large quantity of

eorgum cane on his place southwest

of town. He expects to have seventy-

five acres before he stops and will

use it for silage purposes.

Mr. Bussey, one of the first settlers

of St. Petersburg' and a well beloved
citizen of that place, died yesterday

morning, in his sixty-ninth year.

Mr. H. d Packham writes the

Star from Cape May Point, N. J., to
sign the petition against purchasing

current for lighting purposes for him

and sign ten of them If possible.

Dr. E. L. Stewart of Daytona, for

a few months a practicing physician
of Micanopy, but recently of Jackson

ville, has gone to Tampa to locate.
Dr. Stewart has a wide family con

nection in this county.

Three new cottages are ibeing

erected on sorth Pond street by

Messrs. R. V. Rogers and son. They

are being (built for renting (purposes.

Mr. A. B. Moore has the contract,
and says he -will probably move his
family from Anthony in the near fu future
ture future as he has several other buildings

to .put up during the coming two

monthirr

ySlr. Daviesnd "his son, Mr. H. A.

Davies, the tfre mfenJhave rented one

of Mr. Jake Boivns cotages and

comimenced housekeeping.

Star received

Saturday

m

Mr. W. .Luffman of Sarr, one of our

county commissioners, two crates of

fine cantaloupes. They were exceed

ingly sweet ana juicy ana were

greatly enjoyed by the entire Star

force.

Mr. W. L. Bitting, who has been

visiting his cousin, Mr. H. P. Bitting

and family. left today for South Flor

ida to visit relatives.

LITTLE DARKEY IN LIMBO

Harry Cohen .Must Answer to

Charge of Manslaughter

the

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iMalaga Bishop, a colored boy of

15 or 16 years of aj,e, died Saturday

morning from the effects of a blow

in the side with a stone administered

by a companion, Harry Cohen, 15

years of age, during a boyish fight

on the 26th of June. The boys lived
in the northern part of town. A pre

liminary hearing was held before
Judge J. G. Ferguson, justice of the
peace, Saturday afternoon, and the
boy bound over to the circuit court

on the charge of manslaughter. He

is in jail.

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George Giles, president of the big

colored institution, the Metropolitan

Savings Bank,, left last night for
.New York City, where he goes on
some business matters that will mean
a good deal to the different solid bus business
iness business enterprises in this city that lie
is head of.

Great Lawyer on Work.
Rufus Choate believed in hard work
and struggle. When some one said
to him thata certain fine achieve achievement
ment achievement was the result of accident, he
exclaimed: "Nonsense! You might
8b well drop the Greek alphabet on
the ground and expect to pick up the
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She Knew.
She had sent a telegram and wat
waiting fur an answer. Suddenly the
peculiar halting click of the receiving
machine sounded in the office and she
said to her companion: "That's from
Charlie I know! I can tell his stutter

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NOTICE
Notice Is hereby Riven to the own

ers or agents that the hoard of county

commissioners win oe m session

Monday, Aufiruwt 3rd, 1014

at 10 o'clock a. m., to hear any com

plaints or reasons why the Valuation
fixed by the board at its July meetinsr

shall be changed upon the real estate

in the iollowlst list, the assessment of
the tax assessor having been increased
by the commissioners at their July
meeting, to-wit:

John Kindig: NwU of tieli n of

nw',i and nw4 of sw'4 of ne4 sec 13

tp 13 r 22, from $2400 to $8000.
Lesse Lovell: 5.55 chs e and w on

east side of seU of nwU'sec 14 tp 13
r 22, from $300 to $400.

Luffman Bros.: S2 of neU sec 14 tp
13 r 22, from $300 to $400.
R. R. Rice: Com at Intersection w
bdy of sec 20 to 12 r 22 with Orange

Lake, thence south to north line G.
I. F. Clark grant, thence e 1619 feet
n 450 feet n 12 degrees w 1839 leet

to lake thence w to p o b, from $1250
to $2500.
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.

Oft ra Fruit Co: Lot 3 sec 21 tp 12 r
22, from $1000 to $2000.
F.I P. McWhirteT: Lot 4 sec 21 tp 12
r 22 from $500 to $1000.
Bishop Hoyt Fruit Co: Lots 12 3 4
6 7sec 22 tp 12 r 22, from $2500 to $3,-50f.

Clifford Orange Grove Co.: Lot 5 sec
M tp 12 r 22, from $630 to $1000.

V .a. W AC V A J b A A V WW t A
side of swH of seU of sec 6 tp 13 r
21, from $4350 to $10,000.
W. Luffman: V of se4 and seU
of sei sec 20 tp 13 r 22, from $200 to
$300.
, Sampson Grove: Part of lot 3 and
lots 7, 10 and 16 Miller's sub sectldns
9 and 10 tp 12 r 21, from $6200 to $10, $10,-500.
500. $10,-500. Cltra Fruit Co.: Com 110 yards s of
ne cor lot 5 sub G. I. 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 sub of G. I. F. Clark grant from
$400 to $600.
George Pasteur: NJA lot 8 sub G.
I. Clark grant, from $630 to $1000.
"V. H. Timmons: S4 lot 8 sub G. I. F.
Clark grant, from $530 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

to $800.

Cltra 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. Winiams: 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 VanNess: Lot 26 and s lot
27 and lots 38 39 except 2'2 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
to $2000.
W. M. Gist: Lot 37 sub sec 16. tp 12
r 21, from $500 to $1000.
S. H. Gaitskill: Lots 12 21 28 and ni
lot 27 sub sec 16 tp 12 r 21, from $1, $1,-750
750 $1,-750 to $2000.
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
$2000.
Mrs. Lillian Norsworthy: Lot 1 ex
town of Boardman Miller's sub sec 9
tp 12 r 21, from $1000 to $1500.
J. J. Guthry: W of sw4 of ne&
sec 26 tp 14 r 21, from $300 to $500.
Clark. Ray, Johnson Co.: N of neU
sec 27 tr 14 r 21. from $150 to $200."

Ocala Mfg. Co.: Com at crossing of

A. C. L. Ry. and.S. A. L. Ry. in Ocala
thence e 210 feet s 171 feet e 200 feet
s 90 w 683 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

to $20,000. v
Mrs. D. G. Edwards: All block 65 O

S. Ocala except com at ne cor thence
i s i m o J M T T

w ou leec s xoo ieei e-o leei s 10-74
feet e 15 4 ft n 237 feet, from $38, $38,-000
000 $38,-000 to $50,000.
Carney Investment Co.: Lots 12 3 4

5 sec 13 tp 17 r 23, from $18,500 to

523.000.

Mrs. P. Y P. Buffum: Nw4 of
nw4 of swy4 ex 76 feet n and s by

156 feet e and w in nw cor and neU
of seU of swU and nJ.A of 864 of seU

of swi and s4 of swU of se1. of

swU and nwU of neU of sw4 of

swU and si of sell of nwU of sw4
of sec 21 tp 17 r 24, from $2100 to $5,-000.

C. Y "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'H 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 ch n 15 chs e 10 chs
s 15 chs sec 25 tp 17 r 23, from $1800

to $4000.

Central Fruit Co.: com at nw cor

swU sec 30 tD 17 r 24 thence s 20 chs

e 30 ch n 8 chs w 10.40 chs n 2.54

chs e 5.38 chs n 5 chs w 20 chs, from

$1S00 to J3000.

W. B. Coggins: SY2 of sw'i ex 5 chs

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JF YOUJE- Stcnosraphcr. Bookkeeper,
Baling Clerk. Telephone Operator,
cr any other female member of your
cfHco force Ccddg3 to leave Saturday;
yzu have only to use the Female Help
Wanted or "Situation Wanted Female
columns of wOUR PAPERx
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to brins an on-round-desirable applicant
for the position bright and early the next
morning.

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ACIvXOWL,EIK5E IT

Ocala Has to Bow to the Inevitable,

Scores of'Citizens Prove It.
'After reading the public senti

ment of .this representative citizen

of Ocala given below, you must come

to this conclusion: A remedy which

proved so beneficial years ago with

the kidneys, can naturally be expect expect-ed
ed expect-ed to perform the same work In sim similar
ilar similar cases. Read this:

Mrs. S. E. Fraser, 104 Fifth St.,

Ocala, says: "I have .used Dona s

Kidney Pills and they have always
given the foest of satisfaction. When
my kidneys got out of order, I was
so dizzy that I couldn't straighten.
At times 1 couldn't get about, owing
to rheumatic pain acrcs the small
of imy back. I had other troubles
as well. Doan's Kidney Pills have
always brought me immediate re relief."
lief." relief."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
Doan's Kidney Pills tie same that
Mrs. Fraser had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, X. Y. Ad. 4."

JUDGE BY RESULTS

People Will Take Their

Measure of the President.

to commit h!m3eir. He chose a way of
escape that seemed easiest. It hap happened
pened happened to, lead Into a blind alley, and
the result was embarrassing. But

jwho'faila to make mistakes? As to
riM,M accessibility and the amount of pub-

, the president change his mind. Theso
, are mere details of methods of work-

lag.

Realize Thst It Is Always Posslbls to 1 It is always possible to make minor
Make Minor Criticisms of Any j criticisms of any energetic executive.

Energetic Executive- Big

Things to His Credit.

square in ne cor. and ex 3.1 chs n and s
on n side of sw of swH sec 26 tp 17
r 24, from $1250 to J20CO.
"S.-W, Campbell: 5.78 chs n and s by
10.27 chs e and w In sw cor of neU of
seU sec 18 tp 17 r 23, from $200 to
$400.
Mrs. S. J. Dlllard: Lot 3 Evans sub
of sec 18 tp 17 r 23. from,$40-to $100.
Heather Island Orangj Grove Co.:
All sec 1 and eb and ne 4 of nw4 sec
2 tp 16 r 23, from $2500 to $6000.
R. 1m. Steel: All ex acres to
Oyer sec 23 t 12 r 22, from $3100 to
$4000.
M. A. Rice: E of neVi of swU sec
27 tp 12 r 22, from $750 -.0 $2000.
J. S. Wyckoff: N of s of swi
sec 27 tp 12 r 22, from 5 400 to $800.
C. W. and A. J. Driver:. TV4 of nw4
of seU sec 27 tp 12 r 22. from $120 to
$800.
J. R. Williams: EH o! nwU e of
swVi of nw4 of sei n of bwV
of seU of sec 36 tp 12 r 22, from $750
to $1200.
A. J. Douglas: N4 of nwU of sei
and sH of swU of seV. and se of
se1! ex 12 chs n and s ty 5 chs e and
vr In ne cor sec 36 tp 12 r 22, from
$500 to $800.
E. L. "VVartmann: Nwj of nwi sec
36 tp 12 r 22. from $750 to $1000.
F. P. McWhlrter: Lot 1 sub G. I. F.
Clark grant, from $900 to $2000.
J. R. Wlljiams: S lo: 7 ex 60 feet
n and s bv 90 feet e and w in se cor
sub G. I. F. Clark grart tp 12 r 22,
from $130 to $500.
J. S. Wvckoff: Lot 4 suh of G, I. F
Clark grant, from $7f0 to $1000.
, P. II. NUGENT, Clerk.

In his Interesting analysis in Col Collier's
lier's Collier's of the record of President Wilson
up to date, Mr. Peter Clark Macfar Macfar-lane
lane Macfar-lane attempts to summarize the things
discreditable as well as the things
creditable to the president. It is worth

while to have both sides thus pr
sented. According to Mr. Macfarlane
the president Is "the greatest abso absolutist
lutist absolutist In our history;" he has made
the White House the seat of power.-
He has "mangled- the Baltimore
platform. For Instance, it declared for
free tolls for American ships at. Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, but Mr. Wilson has called on con congress
gress congress to repeal the free tolls provi provision.
sion. provision. The president said he could
make no recommendation on equal
suffrage because the' subject was not
In the platform, and then he urged the
building of an Alaskan railroad on
which the platform was silent. Before
his election he said the door of the
executive oflce should always be open,
but Instead he Is the least accessible
president of a generation. He was
always an advocate of publicity In
government, but all bis designs are
shrouded In secrecy. And so on.
5 Now, all these things may be true.
But what do they really amount to?
The president Is able to be an "abso "absolutist"
lutist" "absolutist" only so far as he represents
public sentiment. That Is the sole
source of his power with congress.
Every president who speaks forcefully
for the whole nation In opposition to
the demands of congressmen who
speak for a variety of Interests, Is
bound to be called an "absolutist."
As for the Baltimore platform, the
president has maintained its spirit. It
would be absurd for him to follow Its
details when convinced that those de details
tails details were wrong. It was evident that
on suffrage. Mr. Wilson was not ready

l Tint n nrtjlr1pnf must K irtActA In n

large way by the big things In his
record.
Thus far Mr. Wilson's great achieve achievements
ments achievements have outweighed in the public
estimation all the minor criticisms
that have been brought against him.

All Americans Now.
"Colonel Nelson of the. Kansas City
Star, when asked by the New York
Herald for his opinion with regard to
the president's attitude toward Huer Huer-ta,
ta, Huer-ta, replied: 'We are not furnishing ad ad-vtco
vtco ad-vtco to the. president of the United
States; wo are supporting him. We
commend Colonel Nelson's reply to
some of the president's critics in con congress.
gress. congress. 'He talks like an American."
Baltimore Sun Sun-Not
Not Sun-Not only Colonel Nelson, but many

other men not of the president's politi political
cal political party, the Herald is pleased to ob observe,
serve, observe, are supporting him quite as
earnestly hi the crfels which has been
brought upon the country. Republican

editors, business and professional men,
including no le-a personage than Mr.
William H. Tft: until lately himself
president' of tne United States, are
sustaining Mr. Wilson as unselfishly.
It Is now too 'late to talk about mis mistakes
takes mistakes or what might have been. Those
are past; the future is before us.
New York Herald-

Republicans and Meat Price.
According to President Wilder of
the National Association of Tanners,
"It Is a fact that today we are paying

J more per-t pound for hides than the

American people paid for a correspono-j
ing weight of sirloin steak 35 years
ago." And still our Republican friends
oppose any legislation that would bring
an occasional sirloin steak within the
buying power of the average Ameri American.
can. American. Doubtless they think that a bit
of bide, expensive as that now is. is
zod enough for hlsi.