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The Ocala evening star
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1E STRIKE III ST. PETERSBURG EXTENDING
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PREMIER ASQUITH
FAILED

fidon, July 24 After the fourth

ier Asquith and the Ulster

s today, the premier announc announc-at
at announc-at the homerule peace confer confer-had
had confer-had failed. The situation is

hi. Civil war threatens to

I out at any hour in Ireland.

IT LOOKS UGLY

e premier announced in the
e of Commons this afternoon

the political leaders were una-

o agree on the area to be ex-

d from the home rule law.

s for mobilization of ulster

teers were reported flashed to

nd as soon as the premier, made

nnouncement. The premier de-

d there would ,be no further

Irences and expressed no hope

rt'her peace' negotiations.

a short time ago, reported today the
concern had liabilities, including the
capital stock, of $56,000,000 with
assets of $55,000,000, making a def deficit
icit deficit of $1,000,000. ;

IH SIDES

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BANDITS

KltALS AND CONSTITUTION-

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1LISTS COMBINE AGAINST

ZAPATA'S FORCES
xico City, July 24. The defeat-

Sapataistas rallied their forces
nd Milpaalta and are moving to to-i
i to-i Xochimilco. The government
as have been heavily reinforced.
the agreement under which
ident Carbajal expects to retire,
the government and constitu constitu-ilists
ilists constitu-ilists leaders pledge themselves
he annihilation of the Zapata

lbands.

(well WANTED TO

INCREASE HIS RICHES

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IS EIPECT -TO
ESCAPE

St. Petersburg, July 24. The
great national strike involving 300, 300,-000
000 300,-000 Russian workmen is rapidly as assuming
suming assuming aspect and proportions of
civil war.
There was desperate fighting to today
day today along the 'Moscow Railroad line.
Strikers in Moscow are reported to
have joined the Nihilists, and parad parading
ing parading the streets with red flags, sing singing
ing singing revolutionary songs?

TO BE DECIDED

RUT GOVERNMENT IS PREPAR PREPARING
ING PREPARING TO COME DOWN ON
THEM LIKE A TON
OF BRICK
New York, July 24. Officials of
the New Haven Railroad indicated
today that arter they have filed an
answer to the federal dissolution
suit they expect a compromise "will
be reached satisfactory to both sides.
It. was reported today that Attor Attorney
ney Attorney General MeReynolds had come
secretly to New York to press, the
work preparatory for the trial of the
dissolution suit. The criminal pros prosecution
ecution prosecution of the directors is expected
to be taken up by the grand jury
August 3rd. It is believed this pros prosecution
ecution prosecution will be pressed, no 'matter
what may be the outcome of the dis dissolution
solution dissolution suit.

'iyed Old Time Plan of Collecting

His Insurance
'aterbury, Conn., July 24. Ros Ros-Clark,
Clark, Ros-Clark, owner of the American

lir and Knife plant which recent-

mrned with a loss of $200,000,
arrested today, charged with

n. -His clerk, Jacob Stein, was

sted on the same charge. It is

med that Clark had $120,000 of

ranee on the plant.

VFLIN CO. ONLY

A MILLION SHY

ew York, July 24. Receivers
the H. B. Claflin Company, the
ous dry goods house w?hich failed

CENTRAL EUROPE
SWEPT BY STORM

DOZENS OF LIVES LOST AND
GREAT PROPERTY DAM DAMAGE
AGE DAMAGE DONE ,.'
Vienna, July 24. Many persons
have been killed and millions of dol dollars
lars dollars of damage done by storms and
floods in central Europe. Reports
from southern Switzerland, astern
France and northern Hungary, say
that many rivers are out of their
banks. Wind and lightning have de demolished
molished demolished many buildings.

Ill TALLAHASSEE

People Living Along Coast Line
Prove Need of Another Train
Between Ocala and
Palatka

AMERICANS HELP
MEXICANS FIGHT FIRE
Elpaso, July 24. -Flames are to today
day today sweeping through the workings
of the two largest copper mines at
Cananea, .Mexico. The rescue appa apparatus
ratus apparatus is being sent from Bisbee, Ariz.,
to assist the Mexicans in their fight
against the flames.

(Palatka Item, 23rd)
The Florida railroads commission,
consisting of Chairman Burr and
Commissioner Blitch, metv"in board
of trade rooms yesterday afternoon
to hear the petition of residents
along the A. C. L,. f aiatKa-Gaines-vllle-Ocala,
asking for a better train
service.
The rooms were well filled with
representatives from those parts, as
well as local residents. The railroad
company Was represented by Mr.
McArthur, superintendent of the
Gainesville division, J. X. Brand,
general superintendent, with head headquarters
quarters headquarters at Jacksonville, O. H. Pope,
superintendent of transportation,
and Geo. W. Bassett, local attorney
for the company.
Proceedings opened at '2 p. m. The
chairman called upon anyone who
desired to speak on the matter of
the he'aring to do so. Full advant

age was taken of this Invitation and

before the hearing concluded, to any
unbiased person it must have looked
as if the opponents to the people's
demands were completely routed.
Both parties expressed their aiews
freely, the company's officials sup supplementing
plementing supplementing their remarks with
figures, tending to show the extra
expense which would be entailed if
the petition be granted. They, how however,
ever, however, did not deny that the present
schedule is Inconvenient to the peo people
ple people and does not meet the require requirements
ments requirements and needs of the residents.
W. B. Taylor, chairman of the fi finance
nance finance committee of the Gainesville
city council, reviewed the situation
thoroughly and plainly showed how
the schedule is inadequate and what
hardships it brings on the people of
this section. He taunted the rail railroad
road railroad officials that even they had to
come to Palatka over another line.
Mr. Brand of the A. C. L. brought
with him a stack of figures, purport purporting
ing purporting to give information from every
viewpoint, showing that certain parts
of the line are unproductive and that
there is little or no industry in this

section. He also asked the commis commissioners
sioners commissioners to wait a week or so and he
would have further figures.
Frank Vanse, superintendent of
the Edgar Plaster Kaolin Company,
took strong exception to Mr. Brand's
statement that there is no Industry,
and detailed the number of men his
company employs and under what
difficulties they are working, owing
to the inadequate railroad service.
Mr. Taylor of Gainesville also
challenged Mr. Brand's statement
and pointed out that the larger cen centers
ters centers were left out, Mr. Brand only
giving the smaller and les3 populated
portions of the line.

Geo. W. Bassett of Palatka, at

torney for the company, made a

stirring and pathetic appeal for "jus "justice"
tice" "justice" for his poor clients. He felt
sure that the commissioners did not

want to ruin the A. C. L. and the
granting of the petition would sure
put them out of business. He did
not put it in these words, but that

was what one would be led to believe

on hearing it. Mr. Bassett claimed

that the commissioners cannot alter

the train schedule unless it can be
shown that the new change would

pay the company or unless it can be

shown that the company Is inten

tionally not carrying, out its busi business
ness business in good faith.
The best speech of the afternoon
was perhapsthat of Howell A. Davis,
who tore the argument of the com company's
pany's company's officials into atoms. He con contrasted
trasted contrasted the difference in tone of the
corporation begging for a franchise
and right of way, and Its actions
subsequent to getting it. He con contended
tended contended that the railroads must build
the line and give service before it
can expect to pay dividends. The
public, he said. Was entitled to it,
and the railroads should be compell compelled
ed compelled to render such service. He assur assured
ed assured the railroad officials that if they
would make the necessary changes
the traffic on these lines in this part
would be more than doubled, as peo people
ple people were now kept away from going
anywhere by train owing to this in inconvenient
convenient inconvenient schedule.
Moses Folsom, secretary of the lo local
cal local board of trade, contrasted the
methods of the Great Northern and
the A. C. L., the former being a sort
of forerunner of civilization, whilst
the latter waits for the section to be
settled up before they will accommo accommodate
date accommodate the people.
Mr. Rooney, secretary of the Ocala
Board of Trade, dir. Runnels, secre secretary
tary secretary of the Gainesville board, B. F.
Williamson, president of the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville board of trade, W. S. Mahen,
president of the Hawthorne .board of
trade, and R. H. Kuykendahl, secre secretary
tary secretary of the -Hawthorne 'board of trade
and other representatives from out outside
side outside all spoke along similar lines,
pointing out the practical impossi impossibility
bility impossibility of making use of the A. C. 'L.
in this section. Of the locals, H. M.
de Montmolin, E. M. Ernest, Hy.
Hutchinson, Sr., P. J. Becks, W. G.
Tilghman and "many others all put

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FOR THE FIRST TIME PRESIDENT HAS FAILEI

AND WITHDREW NAME OF THOMAS D. JONES FOB FEDERAL
RESERVE BOARD APPDIMTMENT

up some solid, cold facts which the
officials gave up trying to overcome.
Chairman Burr was likewise hot
alter information which was not al always
ways always willingly imparted, and by his his-close
close his-close questioning of the A. C. L.
representatives showed that they
wanted to get to a fair and just de decision.
cision. decision. His enquiries proved that
the bugaboo of extra cost simmered
down to practically little. After
hearing all that was to be said, the
chairman closed the hearing and
took the matter under advisement.
Anyone having further facts and
figures in the matter is asked to for forward
ward forward them to the commission in Tallahassee.

DETROIT

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ABIES

BAKE TO DEATH

ALL MIDDLE WEST GASPS IN
THE TORRID ATMOSPHERE

- Detroit, Mich., July 24. Three

more children died during the last

twenty-four hours from the intense

heat.
Chicago Also Suffers
Chicago, July 24. The torrid

wave continued throughout the "mid

dle west today. One death was re

ported and many prostrations oc

curred in! Chicago during the last

twenty-four hours.

BIG NEW YORK

FIRM IS BANKRUPT

Washington, July 24. President
Wilson last night ended the bitterest
fight of his administration by with withdrawing
drawing withdrawing the nomination of Thomas
D. Jones, of Chicago, to be a mem

ber of the federal reserve board. Mr,
Jones had written urging this action.

The message of withdrawal reach

ed the Senate just as Senator Reedr

of Missouri, one of the democrats op

posing confirmation of the appoint

ment, was concluding a vigorous de

nunciation of the International Har Harvester
vester Harvester Company, of which "Mr. Jones
Is a director, and .those responsible
for Its existence and operation. It.
created a mild sensation and cut:
short a debate that promised to ruuz
indefinitely. .

GOOD WORK IN GEORGIA

Atlanta, July 24. The Sheppard
anti-child labor bill passed the house
of the Georgia legislature by a vote
of 99 to 4 4. The Moon substitute
was defeated hy a viva voce vote

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WASN'T BADLY WOUNDED-

Drygoods House Has Failed for a
Million and a Quarter Dollars
New York, July 24. Bossenrek,
Brosel & Company, drygoods import importers,
ers, importers, failed today for $1,750,000. An
assignment was made for the benefit
of Its creditors, who are largely for foreign
eign foreign bankers. The firm declares its
assets exceed Its liabilities.

AUTO TURNED OVER

Southern Georgia Man Crushed Un Under
der Under His Car
Lumpkin, Ga., July 24. J. H.
Carter," Jr., aged twenty-four, was"
killed this morning when his auto automobile
mobile automobile turned turtle, crushing him
to death.

HUNDRED THOUSAND
DOLLAR FIRE IN OHIO
Degraff, Ohio., July 24. Fire here
today destroyed the town hall, light
plant and fifteen business houses.
The loss 13 estimated at a hundred
thousand dollars.

, Columbia, S. C. July 24. The
condition of Dr. J. H. 'Mcintosh, shot
and painfully wounded by an un-
known assailant at an early hour '-yesterday
yesterday '-yesterday morning, is pronounced
as "splendid" 'by attending physi-
clans. After an examination the
wound was found to be a superficial
one. The physician's assailant made
good his escape.
The shooting of Dr Mcintosh,
whose name was brought recently
Into, the senatorial campaign in view
of an Interview he issued stating
that a man paroled by Governor
Blease had been feigning paralysis,
has caused intense excitement thru-
out the city and state.
Governor Blease had previously"
stated that he would call Dr. Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh to the stand when the senator senatorial
ial senatorial candidates spoke in Columbia
and 'answer the question asked at
Greenville as- to hi3 statement re regarding
garding regarding the parole I man.
Dr. Mcintosh seated that his as assailant
sailant assailant shouted as he fled:
"Now you won't bother Colie to tomorrow!"
morrow!" tomorrow!" Bloodhounds from the state peni penitentiary
tentiary penitentiary took up the trail but lost it
after a few blocks. It Is generally
believed that the wouli-be assassin
escape! in an automobile.
The following statement in regard
to the shooting was Issued from
Governor Blease's office last night by
John K. Aull, the governor's secre secretary:
tary: secretary: "Governor Blease regrets the oc occurrence
currence occurrence very much, as I do. I have
a very high personal regard for Dr.
Mcintosh apd know that the gover governor
nor governor has also. The governor's office
will lend all possible aid for the ap apprehension
prehension apprehension of the party or parties
guilty of the assault."

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50 lots we offer are
h more than $100

eaO divided between
forty or fifty people. Now
is your time to Buy.

SM3XQXQ)

HOUSE AND LOT

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GIVEN AS A PREMIUM for the purchase of 50 LOTS at $100.00 EACH.
Terms to suit EVERYBODY. 5 .PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH. Sale
nowonsee B. H. SEYMOUR, or C. L. ANDERSON.

All we ask is a due con consideration
sideration consideration of our prop proposition
osition proposition and a look at
the property.
Buying is up to you.

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THE OCALA EVENING ST AH, THURSDAY, JULY 23. 1014

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. Carroll, General .Manager Pun V. Learengood, Bnsine Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor

SOAKING THE
FLORIDA SHIPPERS

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Entered at Oc?.la, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

PHONE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
!5ne year, in advance .$5.00
Zix months, In advance... 2.5V
Three months, in advance.. 1.25
'Jne month, jl advance...'. .50

(Foreign)
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One mon'h, in advance 80

The men who immediately after
the death of J. Pierpont Morgan
praised him as a demi-god, are keep keeping
ing keeping silent now.

When your Uncle Johndee Rocke Rocke-IbUht
IbUht Rocke-IbUht goes across the Jordan, there
will he no such scandals as are now
fteing heaped on the gravestone of

3lorgan. Uncle John i3 better
covering his tracks.

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Travel on the government owned
-railroads of Germany is swifter and
safer than on the private owned
lines of the United States. It is not,
as a rule, as comfortable, but it
doesn't cost half as much.

That story printed elsewhere, from
the New Yxrk Produce News, about
the Armour Company charging Flor Florida
ida Florida shippers extortionate rates for
rotten and badly iced cars, should
Toe Investigated, and if found to be
true it should be taken before the
-Interstate Commission.

"Villa is Teported to have said
there shall be no peace in Mexico
.until, the rights of the peons are rec-

r?gjiLzed, and they are given full op opportunity
portunity opportunity to have and hold homes of
their own. .Villa may be following
this policy from patriotism, and he
jnay be following it from selfishness.
-2n nny f event, he is right.

ese will reconsider their determina determination
tion determination to compel the acceptance, of
their nationals into the citizenship
of this country. The prejudice
which they complain of here will be
found elsewhere. In particular it
will present itself in every land con controlled
trolled controlled by Great Britain, which at
last accounts was Japan's faithful
ally."

The dispatches tell that the bunch
- of capitalists that wrecked the (New
Haven were working the same
scheme on the Southern. They are
also the same crowd that are keep keeping
ing keeping the useful and home-built Flor Florida
ida Florida railroad in the northern part of
the state from toeing built Into Fer-nandina.

The disposition of any man, or set
.iDt mien, who have power to use it for
'selfish purposes is irresitible. It is
therefore necessary for the common
Tieonle to combine and work to

gether for the common good. This

one of its expressions in municipal
ownership.

- The Star was very glad to see the
"Citra, Sparr and Anthony boys In
Ocala to play base'ball with the
liome team early in the summer. It
was as glad to see the Summerfield
team here yesterday, and hopes that
he custom of the county nines com coming
ing coming to Ocala to play with the Ocala
&oys and each other will spread. It
would be a good thing for us to try
Co induce our neighborhood teams to
meet each other on our diamond
vhen our home team is absent. We
3hould have had a game last week,
vhen the Ocala team was in Clear Clearwater,
water, Clearwater, between iSummerfield and
Citra, or some other county teams.
We have a great deal of good base baseball
ball baseball material in Clarion, and should
try by next summer to form a coun county
ty county league.

ST. PETE'S LONG 311LES
OF SPLENDID STREETS
St. Petersburg has thirty-three
miles of streets paved with vitrified
brick. The streets are very wide,
one of the principal streets being 80
feet from curb to curb, and many of
them are 60 feet. St. Petersburg
proper is no larger than Ocala and

has not as many inhabitants. Think

of it! If this little city's streets
were laid out end for end, in one
continuous stretch, they would make
a street 40 feet wide from Ocala to
Leesburg. What has accomplished
this? iBonds! They have over half
a million dollars of bonded indebted indebtedness
ness indebtedness down there but they have the
finest city of its size in the South,
and It has made the greatest growth
in ten years of any city In the 'South.
They have more to show for their
bonds a fine sewerage, system, many
substantial municipal improvements
and an assessed property valuation
of $20,000. With a big bond issue,
properly expended where the need is
greatest, Ocala could do what St.
Petersburg has done, and grow and
spread arid become a city. We can cannot
not cannot do it without (bonds.

LET THEM OFF
ENTIRELY TOO LIGHT
The Tampa Tribune most correct correctly
ly correctly says of the result of Hopson and
his accomplices at Orlando:
"The men who waylaid and fired
into an automobile bus near Orlando
have reason to be thankful for their
good fortune inthe easy escape they
have made from suffering serious
consequences of their deadly crime.
The offense was one of the most out outrageous
rageous outrageous that has ever occurred in
this state. Inflamed with drink,
these men fired into a crowd 'of pas passengers
sengers passengers in the bus and it is little
short of miraculous that there was
not fatal results. Only one of the
perpetrators has 'been punished and
he gets off with five years imprison imprisonment.
ment. imprisonment. The tender solicitude with

which the courts handled these fel

lows does not tend to great respect

for the law. (Every man in the at

tacking party should have been sent

up for the limit."

Summerfield sent three dozen root

ers to Ocala Thursday, to support its

home team in the baseball game.

We do not remember Ocala ever

sending such a big and enthusiastic

bunch certainly never such a large

one in proportion to uamesvine,
Palatka, Clearwater or any other

place, where the home team has gone

to -nlav. And sometimes it hasn't

v
sent as large a crowd to the Ocala

ball park. iSome of the Summerfield

baseball SDirit would be salubrious

in Ocala.

How times have changed in some
respects is proven by the manner in
wlkitibJthe country treats the appear appearance
ance appearance of (bubonic plague in New Or

leans. A few years ago, the appear

ance of a case of yellow fever in Some of our contemporaries are
that city would have (been followed bewailing the fact that -Florida is

Ti?y the hurried exodus of everybody not recognized in the distribution of
Who could get away, and a shotgun high offices by the democratic ad ad-quarantine
quarantine ad-quarantine by every community in ministration, and think it is because

-Ti "TOilnw fever .belt" Bubonic Florida is such a safe democratic

plague Is as dreadful a disease as I state that the president does not

sssllow fever, but its appearance in think it necessary to give it any but
the Crescent City .has not been fol- a very inferior recognition. There

lowed by panic and quarantine. In- may be something in this there
vsicvnri Ro-ncihiA mpans arc heiner tak-1 mav also be another reason. It is

est to prevent its spread, and the I that President Wilson could not ap

neighboring part of the world goes point any prominent Florida demo

We clip the following story from j

the New York Produce News. It is
of particular interest to -Florida shippers:

Chicago, June 12. The cat is out
of the bag. Here is the actual cost
record:
, Icing charges of Armour Car lines
(Fruit Growers Express) on lettuce
per car, Lakeland, Fla., to Chicago,
$72.
Actual icing charge expense on one
F.G.E. car of lettuce, iced by the

shipper, Lakeland to Chicago $2.
Surplus collected by the Armour
Car lines, per car, per trip, $45.
Intrinsic value of some of the re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator cars offered Florida ship shippers
pers shippers as "standard equipment" to car carry
ry carry perishables safely under Ice, $250.
At $72 per trip the shipper pays
value of the car in three trips.
Florida shippers of fruits and veg vegetables
etables vegetables have now actual evidence to
sustain their claims that they have
been presistently robbed in the way
of excessive icing charges to Chica Chicago
go Chicago and other markets. It is a bill of
the actual cost of initial icing a car
of lettuce at Lakeland, Fla., by Ed Edward
ward Edward G. Davies, of Chicago, and the
subsequent icing charges to Chicago
under the usual instructions to the
carriers to "reice when necessary"
as provided for by the rules of the
interstate commerce commission.
The News was the only paper to

tell on May 9 the story of the latest

coup by Davies, the Chicago granger
car man, who has made many Inef Ineffectual
fectual Ineffectual efforts in Michigan and other

states to get control of a dry re

frigerator car to secure positive evi

dence as to the actual cost of the

service. The private car line own

ers have all the time claimed that
they only get the actual cost of the

ice with a reasonable rental for the
special service rendered by the car.

Hitherto they have had an ironclad

defense since none outside of the

charmed circle had access to the rec

ords.

Mr. Davies returned Monday from

Florida where he had been several
weeks to look over the fruit and
truck situation with a view of ex-

ending his system of shippers pick

up cars to the -Eastern markets. He
says he feels well repaid for the ex expense
pense expense of the trip In being the first

one to secure absolute proof as to the
actual cost of icing a car from South

Florida to Chicago. He is now equip equipped
ped equipped to meet the Armour Car Lines
before the Commission or anywhere

else with the cold figures as against

heir so called records made up by
heir expert accbuntants -who figure
n enormous overhead expenses in

determining what shall he the

charges between any two given

points.

At Wauchula, Fla., Mr. Davies j

made a vigorous talk: before a meet

ing of growers. He used, iby his own

admission, pretty radical language

backed up by some figures which

show that the policy of making the

traffic stand all it will 'bear is still

the rule among Southern railroads.

He says the Florida shipper may not

have the carpetbagger to contend

with to-day but he has something
far worse. He advised his hearers
that if they wanted a square deal
they" should ask for Florida to be
annexed to the United States or else

they should claim the Cuban flag as
Cuba has a lower rate to Chicago and
points in the Central 'West than any

Florida point.

"They have been robbed so long

and so artistically in Florida that It

seems they like it," said Qlr. Davies.

"The railroads have put up a poor
mouth so constantly that the aver

age Florida shipper has been willing

to go on year after year giving away

his labor, time and money in keep

ing up this game. It's the old, old

story without any trimmings.
"How did it happen? Well, I

caught two dry F. G. E. cars at Lake

land and the Seaboard agent had the

nerve to buck the Armour orders to

local Ice plants not to ice any IF. G.

E. cars and handed the cars over to

me at Plant City where I initially

iced tne cars at my own expense pay

ing the local plant $4 per ton for

ice where Armour pays only $3.50

per ton. After that I stood on my
rights and gave Instructions to the
carriers to reice when necessary to
get the cars safely to Chicago. The

on with its business as usual.

It diminishes the "yellow peril'

xxxj little to see how white men the

TsroTld over are waking up to it. The

!New York World pertinently says:

i23pan will find instruction in the

x&Tnsal of the British Columbian au

thorities at Vancouver to permit a

"K"hlTlo3d of Hindus to land. The

Tin-

(IDflDtfDcJflD Him

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RUT it WILL give each and EVERY subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star, a $5 Coup

Rook, redeemable -at its face value by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned beloW, or for j
Weekly Star subscription a $1.30. book redeemable for that amount. Past duo subscriptions, D;
ly or Weekly, will get a book for each year paid.
The following firms of Ocala will allow you the discounts set opposite their names on all cash pu;
chases made when Star Subscription Coupons are presented at the time of making purchases:

Marion Hardware Company, Hardware. 5 per cent
J. J. Gerig, Drugs (Postoffice drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 5 per cent
Knight & Lang, Wagons, Buggies, etc . '. 5 per cent
A. K. Rurnett, Jewelry. . . ... 3 per cent
E. G. Rivers, Gents Furnisliings 5 per cent
Smith Grocery Co. (Except Feed Stuffs and Special Sales
Day Bargains. . -r 5 per cent
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods. .. 5 per cent
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture . 10 per cent
A. 31. Lansford, Music Dealer. 10 per cent
Miss Mary Affleck, MiUInery 5 per cent
B. Goldman, "Why Pay More?" -....3 per cent
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes 5 per cent

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To Illustrate how the plan will save you money and bring back the equivalent In cash, just wh

the paper has cost you either the Evening Star or Weekly Star: Suppose your first call, after receK
ing the coupon book is at the grocery 6tore, you trade twenty dollars worth, you give the clerk $19 c1
your check, andhe will tear out of your book $1 worth of coupons and your bill Is paid. You hav!
gotten back a dollar of your subscription money. Your next purchase is at the furniture house, whosj
name you see on the 'back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they will give 10 pri
cent, discount); you buy a bedfor $10 $9 in cash, and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place!
You've saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore Is $5 $4.75 and a 25c coupon straight
ens you there. Suppose the purchase 13 only $1 at the next store; 95 cents In cash and a 5 ceri

coupon pays it. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; it would take your entir
$5 coupon book, but It would save you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL.

Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep it too.j

if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for you
paper, come in, pay up and get a book. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekl

Star, come in and do It now, and get a coupon book. You can send yorr remittance by reglstere
letter, check or express money order, and coupon 'book will be mailed to your address.

THE CALA

Phone 51

TP A TO).

Ocala, Floridfi

ment- I took him Into the carv clos

ed the doors and let him see the day daylight.
light. daylight. It was sucfii absolute proof
that he at once had new duclnkg
stuffed in the doors to dose the
cracks. A refrigerator car that is
not reasonably air tight Is no refrig refrigerator
erator refrigerator at all yet the car line peo people
ple people want their usual charges just the
same. And the railroads must pay

three-fourths of a cent per mile each
way for the privilege of hauling such

a car.

"It looks to me that the time has

come when the shippers of the coun

try ought to get together and oper-

ate their own refrigerator car line.

If they did they would soon grow

wealthy and could force the raU-

roads to make rates like the private

car line people are doing today. If

the shippers of California can unite
and .market their own citrus crop of
35,000 cars and Florida can do the
same it would seem that the same
class of talent could operate a few
refrigerator cars belonging to the
shippers without causing a national
war. It is either that or govern government
ment government ownership something must be
done whereby fair rates and fair
rates only can be collected.

I Yote Eeemmsiini MfM j
We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and wj
you ought to have? We belleVe you are. Moat of our customers f

satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But If there Is anything wrf

In our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can. do our part
straightening it out before the rush days come.
saiHa lice & PaeMM Cc

Tike Commercial.

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

CAPITAL: STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository,

DESERVED mOMOTIOX
FOR COL. DEXHA3I

crat to office without encountering

strong opposition from a number o

other prominent Florida democrats.

With the exception of South Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, Florida is more cursed with
factionalism than any other safe
democratic state. Every democrat
who raises his head above the level
of the rank and file is at once abused
by at least half the other prominent

democrats and their followers. No

regard for the

'tossbI' on which they reached that

TvoTt three months ago is Japanese, man who has any

sYblch may account for the fact that public welfare can help ibeing dis dis-c52dstance
c52dstance dis-c52dstance to deportation has at gusted with the wrangling of the pie
12eE12i become violent. If British counter patriots of this state, who in
subjects are denied admission to a the last twelve months have given
Britlsli deperidency for racial and in- full exhibition of the limits to which
astrlal reasons, perhaps the Japan- selfish greed can carry a politician.

heaviest car came through on an
expense bill which totalled less than
$27. The other car handled by a line
which fights for the ATmour charges
so far have not made me a bill of
the actual cost of Icing but went the
full $72. They will have to sue to
get it. I offered to pay the $27, but

they refused. I am afraid they will
not sue they do not care for the
eventual publicity of their program.
'When I took the cars I called in
the Armour Line inspector and
showed him one of the cars which

resembled a .oan s Ark. It was

actually worth only about $230. The

inspector insisted it was good and

should be accepted as standard equip-

As will be seen by the following
from the Jacksonville Metropolis, a
high and responsible position has
been conferred on Col. W. B. Den Den-ham,
ham, Den-ham, general manager of the Ocala
Northern:
Col. W B. Denham, of this city,
will be selected traffic -manager of
Jacksonville's new municipal docks
and terminals when the board of
port commissioners aneet In regular
semi-monthly session next Tuesday

afternoon. Col. Denham is one or
the best-known transportation men
in the South. He was general super superintendent
intendent superintendent of the Plant System, and
retained his position when the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line absorbed the Plant
interests. In recent years he has
held a high executive position with
the Georgia and Florida Railroad.
The office of traffic manager of the

new municipal docks and terminals

will carry with it a salary of $5,000

per annum. Col. Denham has already
been of material assistance to the

board of port commissioners. For
the past thirty days he has virtually
had charge of the traffic and trans

portation feature of the project."

ARDEX FIGS

Arden figs in
cents per quart.

any quantity
Phone 106.

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WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL

FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR
V03IE. TALLAHASSEE

College of Arts and Sciences: Normal

School; School of Music; School of Art

Extension Division; Oraduate School.
Modern Gymnasium with swimming

pooL Basket hall ana tenuis courts;

new and modern buildings; beautiful

campus; dormitories have all modem
conveniences ; new dining room and

kitchen most hysrenlc in Florida: 418

young women from 49 counties and 12

states last session.

TUITION FREE In College and Nor-

mal SchooL Board and entrance fees

for the year $124. For catalogue write

EDWARD COMUDI, President.

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
GAINESVILLE

8 Colleges and Divisions; lib
Arts; Law; Engineering; agrlculti
Teachers College; Experiment Stat.
Extension Division; Graduate Sch
Ten new brick buildings, beside3 gr;
naslum, swimming pool and many
sidlary buildings. 61 officers, instr
tors and assistants. 254 young :
from 47 Florida counties and 24 st2
and. foreign countries last session.
TUITION FREE. Boara and Entra
Fees. $122.50 per year. "Write today
catalogue. A. A. MURPHKEE, l.'-

YOtTLXi CAPTIVATE "HER"
if you make, us your Tailors. V V-will
will V-will make you charmingly prescn
able in your outward appearadc
As stylish Tailors we easily take t!
lead In this vicinity. The best i:
terials, choicest patterns, szit
stylish cut, and careful nnlsj.
make the men who wear our Si'.
the envied among their fellow
And they are generally first fare
ed with the ladies, too.

TODD Sr COMPANY
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel

OCALA,

FLOrJI



three:

jjnecda 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.
; -mm
i Prince of appetizers.
Makes daily trips from
Ginger-Snap Land to
waiting mouths every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Say Zu Zu to
the grocer man, 5 cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
NATIONAL
BISCUIT
COMPANY.
iAtways look for that name
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CAMPBELL FARM
DAIRY :
When you want PURE 1I1LK I
prade, healthy cows, with a low
Abacterial count .and a high per
pent; fat test, produced undeV J
anitary conditions by one who
has made it a life work, call
PHONE 20-M J
WHITWORTH & FOLKS, Props
Phone 481.
If you want to bay or sell
FURNITURE.
New and Second Hand
'Household Goods
Farm Tools, Harness Etc.
Easy Payments if Desired.
lOBBIfl
310 S. Main St. Ocala Fla.
-
PHONE 503
For Gooti Wood
BIG Load for SI.
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention.
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
ifcr l MacKay
iyrunera! Directors
SUDERTAKERS and EfilBALfilERS
lae Caskets and Burial Hobcs
X E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
f uneral Directors
ill Work Done by Licensed Em-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES:
b: E. McIVER....... .. .....101

safe fraS
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C. V. ROBERT. ..S05
Undertaking Office 7

ROSE FELL
Flagrant Wrongdoing Really
Dates Back to 1912.
Supported the Wrong Man Then, In
the Opinion of Colonel Rooeevelt,
and Must Be Cast Into
Outer Darkness.
Colonel Roosevelt has discovered
that there Is a crisis In Pennsylvania Pennsylvania-All
All Pennsylvania-All good citizens must "stand togeth together"
er" together" for the election to the senate of
the Hon. Gifford Pinchot,
"Crises come up' the colonel says,
"when it is the duty of all good citi citizens
zens citizens to sink ordinary party differences
and to stand up either against flagrant
wrongdoing in public life or against
policies fatal to the welfare of the
nation at home and to the honor of
the nation abroad."
Evidently the Hon. Boles Penrose
has been guilty of 'flagrant wrong wrongdoing
doing wrongdoing in public life or stands for fatal
policies, domestic or foreign.
As to Mexico and as to canal tolls
repeal, and as to Colombia and so on,
Mr. Penrose seems to,agree with the
colonel In the main. In home policies
he is pre-eminently a high protection protectionist.
ist. protectionist. Has the colonel been otherwise
since his salad days T
The crisis to be met by the union of
the good on Mr. Pinchot must be,
then, .the flagrant wrongdoing of Mr.
Penrose In public life.
Here, indeed, the sin of Penrose is
beyond forgiveness. He supported the
wrong man in 1912. That made him
areprobate. Whereas by making the
right choice then Bill Flinn became
purer than the unf alien enow and
sweeter than the memory of the just.
We like the colonel, when he's rea reasonable,
sonable, reasonable, but possibly the colonel may
notice later that the Pennsylvania Re Republicans
publicans Republicans and. other Republicans are
not sentimental or romantic this year.
The People and the Canal Subsidy.
The self-governing ability of the
American people is showing strongly
in their unanimous refusal to be de deceived
ceived deceived by the advocates of subsidies
for the coastwise shipping trust..
Never have the blandishments of de designing
signing designing politicians fallen on more un unresponsive
responsive unresponsive ears.
Ther American people have remained
constant In their opposition to ship
subsidies. They have not been hood hoodwinked
winked hoodwinked by the subterfuge of canal
toll remission.
They have understood all the time
that the coastwise ships not only
needed no government aid to pay their
few owners large dividends, but they
have understood equally well that a
subsidy-stimulated increase in the
number of coastwise ships would be
of no value whatever to the nation.
I Chicano Tribune.
Seems a Plain Matter.
Secretary Knox's point in the Pan Panama
ama Panama canal controversy was that,
through" a series of calculations as to
the volume of coastwise and foreign
trade, allowance had been made in
fixing the amount of tolls so that for foreign
eign foreign nations-would not pay more than
their share of the expense of upkeep
and interest on the cost of construc construction.
tion. construction. The British still contended that
this was a discrimination against for foreign
eign foreign vessels and therefore a violation
of the treaty, which declared that the,
tolls should be "just and equitable."
If that view was wholly right, the tolls
exemption is a discrimination and
therefore a violation of the treaty. If
Secretary Knox was wholly right, it
was objected to in many Democratic
national platforms, including the last.
If both were partly right, it was both
a subsidy and a violation of the treaty.
Right Man for thes People.
The president employs no press
agent, and he never condescends to
answer the press agents of others. As
Agassiz had no time to make money,
so' Woodrow Wilson seems to have no
time to "root" for public applause.
And the public, having had some ex experience
perience experience with press agent heroes,
shrewdly decides that the man who is
too busy doing his work to collect
credit for it is a good man to have on
the job.
He is a man of policies, not of pat patronage.
ronage. patronage. Measures Should Pass.
There may be some excellent rea reasons
sons reasons for hurrying the adjournment of
congress, but none of them Is good
enough to justify ending the session
before the conservation measures now
reported from the house public lands
committee shall have passed. With
all deference to pet features of the ad administration
ministration administration program, the opinion is
ventured that more people are con concerned
cerned concerned in behalf of these conservation
bills than in behalf of trades commis commission
sion commission and anti-trust acts.
Work Before Democrat-.
The currency system of the nation
has been wholly recast. This bids fair
to prove the most important legisla legislative
tive legislative achievement of the quarter cen century.
tury. century. Meanwhile, the usual appropria appropriation
tion appropriation bills have been passing in the
usual way. It is now time for the
Democracy to overhaul the system of
haphazard expenditure of public
money inherited from the wasteful Re Republican
publican Republican administrations of the past
with the same unsparing hand which
it has laid upon the tariff iniquities
and the archaic currency laws.

WHEN PEN

SEABOARD AIR "LIXE SCHEDULE

Southbound
Xo. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
o"0 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
n.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
Xo. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
0:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
Xo. 9 limited 2?.aves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
en..; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound
Xo. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrive.
i
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
Xo. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves
Ocala 1:30 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 5:20 p. m.
Xo. 10 limited leave? Tampa 3 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. ra.
OCAIiA SOUTHERN SCHEDULE
No. 72 Leave Ocala daily 1:15
p. m. A -five Palatka daily except
Sunday, 4:45 p. m. Arrive Palatka
Sunday, 4:15 p. m.
Xo. 71 Leave Palatka daily ex except
cept except Sunday, 7:4 0 a. m. Arrive
Ocala 11 c. m.
Xo. 73 Leave Palatka Sunday, S
a. in. Arrive Ocala, 11 a. m.
TxfE METROPOLITAN
SAVINGS BANK
This back l iways oiei until 8
i o'clock :n tire evening on Saturdays
land Mondays; on other days of the
'week it closes at 3 o'clock in the aft aft-lernoon.
lernoon. aft-lernoon. Thj bank will observe all
legal holidays,' both state and na national,
tional, national, a.id will remain closed on
ithose days.
George Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf
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. Guin, Whatley, Ala.,
i 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 aaJ strong." Fnr sal.i by
all dealers. adv.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. M. Gober C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
CONCORDIA LODGE F. o. OF A.
Concordia L.oage, Fraternal Union
of America, meets 17 Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Vd
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe Is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. WOODMEJi OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp o. 14 meets in
Vonge's Hall at S p. m. e-ry second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns alwavs welcome. Adv.
F. J. Burden, C. C
Chas K. Sage, Clerk.
ECLIPSE ROOFING CEMENT
It Is the greatest cement in ex existence
istence existence to stop leaks in tin or metal
roofs and gutters; never fails; ever everlasting.
lasting. everlasting. Ocala Seed Store. 6-23-lm
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Xose and Throat. Office, Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
OCALA LODGE XO. 28(5, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, 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 postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad.
HEADACHE AXD XERVOCSXESS
CURED
"Chamberlain's Tablets are entitl entitled
ed entitled to all the praise I can give them,'
writes iMrs. Richard Olp, Spencer Spencer-port,
port, Spencer-port, X. Y. They have cured me of
headache and nervousness and re restored
stored restored my normal health For sale
by all dealers. dv.
G. W. STEPHENS
EXPERIEXCED SHOEHKER
Harness Repairing
Reasonable Prices, Xeat Work
and Prompt Service
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
West of Courthouse

FACTS AiRGUBES
First Six Months Under the Wil Wilson
son Wilson Tariff.

Comparisons Between That Period and
for the Same Period Last Year
Are Hardly Fair, for Ob Obvious
vious Obvious Reasons.
The Republican press, in reviewing
the first six months of the Wilson tar tariff,
iff, tariff, finds four facts: First, an Increase
in imports of manufactures; second,
a slowing down of our own factories;
third, a falling off of the exports of do domestic
mestic domestic manufactures; fourth, a de decrease
crease decrease in revenues. These are the
facts. What are the figures?
The treasury department's state statement
ment statement covering the first six months'
operation of the tariff law, October 1
to April 1, shows that imports of fin finished
ished finished mrLnufacturtfc amounted to $228, $228,-000,000,
000,000, $228,-000,000, E.s againsi 215,000,000 for the
same period last year. This is an in increase
crease increase of $13,000,000. The same state statement
ment statement further shows that the value of
manufacturers mr.terial amounted to
$469,000,000. as again;;; $517,000,000 for
the same, period las. ycc r. This is a
loss cf $48,000,000. On the other hand,
the statement rerorts tto value of
manufactures exported to bo $541,000. $541,000.-000,
000, $541,000.-000, as against $5$2.C0G,0O last year,
a less of $41,000,000. 1 he receipts
from custcms were $1-10,000.000. as
awainst $lf5.0C0,C0D.
The fioires support the facts, .but
not to the degree that one might ex expect
pect expect them to; and after all, it is a
question whether or not the "compari "comparison
son "comparison is a fair one, as both import and
export trade for the six months pre preceding
ceding preceding inauguration of the Wilson tar tariff
iff tariff exhibited returns which indicated
that Importers and exporters delayed
trade In order to take advantage of
the new schedules. A comparison be between
tween between the figures of whole year peri periods
ods periods may be more satisfactory.
' Mr. Knox's Error.
Ex-Secretary Knox argues at length
that the Hay-Pauncefote treaty does
not forbid the exemption of a part or
a whole of our vessels from the tolls
at the canal. We think he is decidedly
mistaken. The history of the subject
shows that the equal right of Great
Britain in commerce across the isth isthmus
mus isthmus had been recognized in the Clay-ton-Bulwer
treaty. The later instru instrument
ment instrument released us from all the restric restrictions
tions restrictions of that treaty except that our
vessels passing through the' canal
should pay the same tolls as those of
other nations.
But we regard this as a minor part
of the case. We have erected at Pan Panama
ama Panama a costly work of which the whole
revenue will for many years be in inadequate
adequate inadequate to pay expenses. To sub subtract
tract subtract from its revenues a large sum
each yeaf, to give to an element, of
our shipping that is absolutely freed
from foreign competition is an act that
Is difficult to describe in courteous
terms. The United States should not
do such a thing if it were expressly
authorized by the treaty. Pittsburgh
ispatch.
Advertise in the STAR for result--.

Yes, It is pretty, and the car looks like the picture, only prelUer
They sell for $457 Delivered in Ocala

They are good cars for this, or
any price. The motor is power powerful,
ful, powerful, silent, long stroke, does not
heat and is the mos'c 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 is

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

Good

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Oranges Bananas New Irish Potatoes
Marion County Fresh Smoked Hams
Marion County Fresh Smoked Sides
BRICK CITY COFFEE, 40c FIRST PRODUCT COFFEE, SOe
Fresh Roasted and ground in our own machine every day. j
Sliced Breakfast Bacon Dried Sliced Bee'
Sliced Boiled Ham, for Lunches
EGGS, Fresh from the Country, always in stock
New Salt Mackerel
Grape Juice Ginger Ale
Olive Oil Salad Dressing
Meffert's Home Cured Hams, Shoulders, Side3 and Jowls.
Also Meffert's Hog lard In 501b cans.
Whitworth's Homemade, Sour, Spiced Pickles In bulk.

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THE LITTLE SAXON
Four-Gylinder Car

an item, a BIG Item on most cars,
they cost $7 each for a Saxon, and
wear much longer on account of the
light weight of the car a thousand
pounds. There is no wood about the
car, all steel of the 'best make. Fol Following
lowing Following are some of the many good
points of the little Saxon.
The car has a big roomy, finely up upholstered,
holstered, upholstered, easy riding seat, sufficient
for two large persons and a child.
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BUILDING
OCALA, FLORIDA

A. M. HAMPER
PIANO COMPANY

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

c-:;.:-k-.-':-'; :;-;";k.-ov:
We Make Them Tired
Because none of our compeHtors
can approach us in the thoroughness
and excellence of our motor car re repairing.
pairing. repairing. Our skill conies from actual
practical knowledge gained In the
business, hence our rapid work is al always
ways always better than you will And done
elsewhere, while our charges are
lower than others make. Better
find out our style of doing work.
17 N. Main St.
OCALA, FLA.
rl
and lots of leg room to stretch out
in. One of the cars just came
through from Tampa toOcala, others
have gone, in endurance tests from
New York to San Francisco. Don't
3-ou think they will go any where
you want to go?
If Interested, call on, Tvrite or.
phone, the agents for MARION and!
CITRUS COUNTIES and they win
show you the C2r and what It win
do.

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niE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 24. 1914.

j OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(U you nave aQy items for this department call phone 106).

Mrs. L. H. Chazal, Misses Onie,
Charlotte and Xita Chazal, Miss
filter Dewey and Mr. Charlie Cha Cha-jlrI
jlrI Cha-jlrI reached home Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon from Daytona Beach, where,
they spent a week delightfully.
Misses Emma Cannons and Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Sistrunk were guests of Miss
.Mary Piatt at North Lake Weir last
Tiight.
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After an absence of two or three
weeks visiting hi3 brother in Lake Lake-land.and
land.and Lake-land.and friends in Tampa, Mr. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Toph has returned to Ocala.
Mrs. W. W. Stripling, who is en enjoying
joying enjoying the pleasures of Worthington
Springs, expects to return home Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Messrs. J. II. Walters and Tom
Pasteur are week-end visitors to
White Springs, making the trip thru
the country in .Mr. Walters' car.
Miss Anna Walker after an ex extended
tended extended visit to her niece, Mrs. Louis
Wilson, left yesterday for Barnwell,
S. C. She was accompanied by Mrs.
Wilson and son, who will enjoy a
visit of three weeks to relatives.
3Iiss Marion Courtney, after a
-visit of two days with 'Mrs. H. C.
Groves, left today for her home in
Valdosta, Ga. Miss Courtney spent
ner first three birthdays in this city,
Jier father at that time being a mem member
ber member of the firm of Dukes & Courtney,
and during her brief visit she greet greeted
ed greeted many friends of her parents. She
tras enroute home from a severa
weeks stay in St. Petersburg.

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Miss Frances Starr will spend the
remainder of this month and August
In Henderson ville and Asheville, X.
C- Metropolis. V.
"Mrs. Arthur Hardaker of New. Or-4
formerly Miss (Edith Piatt of
tihis city, and young son reached
Cave City, Ky., yesterday to spend
six weeks with her mother. Mr.
Hardaker will join his family In time
to accompany them home.
"Mr. -and Mrs. Howard Walters,
airs. Etta Robinson and Miss Jus Jus-'
' Jus-' tina Rhody will motor to Lake Weir
tomorrow afternoon to spend the
week-end at "Xel-Carl," the cozy
lake cottage of Messrs. C. E. Nelson
and Jim Carlisle.
Mrs. TJ. :N. iMathews is the guest
' -of .Mrs. J. A. Townsend in Lake City.
" Air. and Mrs. Gustave 'Robertson, a
prominent young couple of Savan Savan-:
: Savan-: nn"h, Ga., are guests for a week of
V.Tt. and Mrs. Emmett Robinson, ar arriving
riving arriving yesterday.
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IVIr. Edwin (Swain, lister Mrs. Jack
TIalton of Sarasota and children,
iwrere visitors yesterday, motoring in
from Anthony, where they are guests
of their parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Swain- ''

'-T.ltt.1ft Miss Patience DuPree of
'Citra was -a painty visitor enjoying
ner first visit to Ocala this morning.
She was hapily greeted by many
friends of hey parents, Postmaster
and Mrs. Tajmage DuPree and ma maternal
ternal maternal grandmother, Mrs. J. B. Bor Borland.
land. Borland. Miss i DuPree was accom
panied by her mother, who was on a
shopping expedition. ,-r
"Mr. C. 5. Lloyd will .motor to Day Daytona
tona Daytona Beach tomorrow and Sunday, in
all probability, will return home ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. Lloyd, 'Mrs. Har Harvey
vey Harvey Clark and daughter, who have
"been guests at the -Seaside Inn for a
waek. Mr. Lloyd will be accom accompanied
panied accompanied to the coast fry Mr. F. R.
Hoeker.
Mr. EL M." .Howard, who has been a
victim of a severe cold for several
i $ . rt
weeks, is now able to spend a short
while at his office daily. Mrs. How-
ard is a victim, too,
malady.
of the same
Mr.' and Mrs. T. J. Killebrew and
sc&jldren, who have been spending
some time at Pass-a-Grille and .St.
Petersburg, returned home today.
Mrs. J. S. Rifenburg has gone to
Soxasota to visit relatives.
Mrs. L. L. Hines arrived in town
ITEsterday from her visit to her rela
tives in Georgia. She remained until
ftoday, the guest of "her brother, Mr.
J. W. Akin and family, and then
went on to her home in Bradentown.
. A line little son was oorn at a
ticsry early hour this morning to Mr
smS Mrs. Jr'Masoii Tison at the Mar
ian County Hospital. The little fel-

low sent the following telegram this
morning to hjs grandfather, Mr. J.
C. Howell lit Demoresr, Ga.: "Arriv "Arrived
ed "Arrived this morning, mother and I doing
fine. J. M. Tion, Jr."
Supper Dance for Mis Ilarvey
In honor of her lovely house
guest, Miss Ruth Harvey of Charles

ton, S, C, Miss Blair Woodrow en-1
tertained most informally last eve evening
ning evening at the Lake Weir Yacht Club,
her guests including Miss Harvey,
Miss Eloise Henry, Messrs. Robert
and Alfred MacKay, Paul Weathers,
LaGrange .Sistrunk, Mr. and Mrs. D.
S. Woodrow and Mrs. Jack Walker.
A delightful little supper was
served and the remainder of the eve evening
ning evening was pleasantly spent, dancing
and motoring.
Miss Abbie Starr Weds
Many in this city, including all of
the members of the eighth grade
three years ago, will be interested to
learn of the marriage of Miss Abbie
Starr, daughter of Mrs. Mary L.
Starr of Jacksonville, to Mr. William
Ernest Morrell on Thursday, July
9th, at the residence of the bride's
uncle, Judge Edwin L. -Hastings in
Townsland, Vt.
While In this city as a member of
the Ocala public school faculty, the
bride made her home with her aunt,
Mrs. T. M. tMoore.
:Mr. and Mrs. Morrell are now en enjoying
joying enjoying a wedding trip through the
New England states and in August
will go to White Plains, N. Y., where
theywilTmake theiFfuTtrrehome.
Jr., of
Master W. A. Redding,
Jacksonville, Jpe 'bright young son
of a former pamjjar Ocala boy, is,
in the city the guest of his grand grandmother,
mother, grandmother, Mrs. E.J. Redding. Next
week he will jbe joined by his broth brother
er brother Fred, who is now visiting in
Brooksville.
MiSS-IUHiY-RlLES
Ruby, the lSyear-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. j. M. Riles of Citra,
was stricken Ivitih a fatal sickness
five weeks agq. She was brought to
the Ocala hopjiL-and all possible
done by physicians and nurses to
save her, but she passed away last
n i gh fc -'"''"" """" ww'''"'
This bright little girl was the
dearly beloved of her parents,
brothers and sister, and will be
greatly missed In the Citra public
and Sunday schools as well as by her
parents and friends.
iMcIver & MacKay prepared the
remains for burial, and interment
will he made in the family cemetery
at Hawthorne this afternoon.
HOSPITAL NOTES
Mrs. Lamar was taken to the hos hospital
pital hospital yesterday...
Master Allen Hollinrake Is Improv Improving.
ing. Improving.
(Mrs. Roess and little son are do doing
ing doing well.
Master John Cook, eldest son of
4Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cook, was operat operated
ed operated on this morning and is doing well.
BAND CONCERT THIS EVENINGQ
itjnless it is raining this evening,
the band will give a concert on the
public square at the usual hour, and
everybody should ibe out to meet
their neighbors and hear the music.
ATTENTION PARENTS
We will open a private school on
next Monday, July 27., for all pupils
from primary thru the 7th grade.
School will be held in the old high
school building. Apply to Mrs. C.
V. Roberts and Mrs. R. L. Carter. 2t
A complete stock of ice cream
packages just received enables us to
fill your order for any kind or quan-
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The Ingredients usea in our creams
AiAT "&
are ot tne purest, aurn
tnericn, smooin, creamy ias iv. iue
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 7-24-tf
Take Rexall Liver Salts for that
tired, sleeply feeling. At Gerig's
drugstore
7-lG-tf
P. A. Durand, tinner and plumber.
Phone -494. 7-17-6t
Victrolas and Victor
records at
The Murray Company.
7-24-3t
Latest sheet music and Victor re
cords, at Lansford's. 4-lS-tf
Rexall Nice destroys all odors of
perspiration. At Gerig's drug drugstore.
store. drugstore. 7-16 tf
. China at very low prices at The
Murray Company. 7-24-3t

HOME TKAM TOOK THE
GAME FROM SUMMERFIELD

The Summerfield baseball team,
accompanied by a large and enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic delegation came up from their
town yesterday afternoon and engag engaged
ed engaged the Ocala nine in a lively game,
which the home team won by 9 to 1.
following is the game by innings:
First Inning
Summerfield: W. Ineson led off,
and promptly fanned. He was fol followed
lowed followed by F. Ineson. Irvine rolled
an easy one to third.
Ocala: Batts started things with a
single over second and Chazal sacri sacrificed.
ficed. sacrificed. Dodge struck out. Harris
reached first on an error, Batts scor scoring.
ing. scoring. Bullock struck out.
Second
Summerfield: Gunn struck out,
McKay went out short to first and
Lyver3 struck out.
Ocala: Anderson walked and
stole second. Davis put a single to
right field, Anderson scored and
Davis went to second on the throw
in. TompSon struck out and Clark
popped one to third.
Third
Summerfield: Jones went out short
to first, Lytle was hit by a pitched
ball and Tunison walked but was
forced at second on W. Ineson's
grounde?.
Ocala: Chazal singled to left and
went to third when the catcher threw
over, second. Dodge bunted, Chazal
scoring and Dodge reaching first
safely. Dodge went to third when
the second baseman missed a throw
from the catcher. Dodge scored on
Harris' single to left field. Harris
stole second and went to third on a
passed ball. Bullock went out on a
grounder to pitcher, Harris scoring.
Anderson doubled to left field and
stole third. Davis struck out and
Tompson went out on a grounder to
pitcher.
Fourth
Summerfield: F. Ineson walked
and stole second. Irvine filed out to
center and Gunn went out on a liner
to third.
'Ocala: Davis struck out,. Clark
singled to center but was flagged
stealing second. Batts went .out on
a grounder to first. Chazal reached
first on an error and stole second.
Dodge flied out to short.
Fifth
Summerfield: Lyvers singled thru
second but was forced at second.
McKay and W. Ineson struck out.
J Ocala: Harris reached first on an
error but was caught napping! "Bul "Bullock
lock "Bullock singled to left but was forced at
second on Anderson's grounder to
third. Anderson stole second. Davis
singled to center, scoring Anderson.
Davis stole second and scored on
Tompsons single over short who
went to second on the throw in.
Tompson stole third and scored on
Clarks' single to center. Batts was
out on a grounder to second.
Sixth.
Summerfield: tF. Ineson, .Irvine
and Davis struck out'
Ocala: Chazal went out on a
grounder to short. Dodge scratch scratched
ed scratched a hit but was caught at third on
Harris two-bagger to left center.
Harris stole third but was caught
between third and home.
Seventh
Summerfield: Gunn reached first
on short's error. Ly rers went out
second to first. Jones flied out to
short and" Lytle reached first on a
scratch bit to short, Gunn scoring.
W. Ineson struck out.
. Ocala: Bullock struck out. An Anderson
derson Anderson doubled to left but was out
stealing third. Davis walked. Tomp Tompson
son Tompson ended the Inning with a ground grounder
er grounder to the pitcher.
' Eighth
Summerfield: F. Ineson struck
out. Irvine went out on a grounder
to second and Davis died on a
grounder to short.
Ocala: Clark singled to left.
Batts doubled to right, scoring Clark.
Batts was out playing off. Chazal
reached first on an error by short
and stole second. Dodge singled to
center and went to second when Cha
zal scored. Dodge was out stealing
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third and Harris ended the inning
with a grounder to third.
Ninth
Summerfield: Gunn reached first
on an error 'by third and stole sec second.
ond. second. Lyvers struck out. Jones
struck out and Lytle went out on a
grounder to short.
Following were the line-ups:
j Ocala. Batts rf; Chazal ss; Dodge
3b; Harris If; Bullock c; Anderson
lb; Davis 2b; Tompson cf; Clark p.
Summerfield: W. Ineson lb; F.
Ineson If; Irvine c; Davis p & 2b;
Lyvers rf; Jones ss; Lytle 3b; "Mc "McKay
Kay "McKay cf; Tunnison cf.
The game was played under great
disadvantage, the heavy' rain of an
hour before keeping many people
away and by no means nettering the
grounds. It must be said, "however,
as a tribute to the excellence of the
Ocala diamond that such rain would
have put most baseball grounds out
of business, but here the water slid
off the hard surface almost as fast
as it fell.
The members of the Summerfield
team came up In Mr. E. E. Dobbs'
autobus,' which went after them.
They are a fine crowd of young men,
and the Star hopes they will soon
visit our city for another game.
BOY'S CLUB
There will be a call meeting of the
Ocala Boy's Cluo this evening at
7:30 for the purpose of adopting a
constitution. Exercises after the
meeting.
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the great time savers and protectors
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and a few applications should show
you how easy it Is to get rid of the
homely freckles and get a beautiful
complexion. Rarely Is more than
one ounce needed for the worst case.
Be sure to ask the druggist for
the double strength othine as this Is
the prescription under guarantee of
money back if it falls to remove
freckles. Adv.
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THERE ARE MANY USEFUL THINGS FOR YOU IN OURS TORE
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IS BUT LITTLE MORE THAN OTHERS ASK FOR THE POORER
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BOARD QF TRADE

Hiisines Men Discuss Many Affairs
of Interest to City and County
The Board of Trade meeting last
night was well attended, most of the
old standbys being present.
The first business attended to was
voting in as a member Mr. It. W. i
Bennett, of Fargo, Ga. Mr. Bennett
is a prominent business man of Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, and is interested largely in
Florida. He has an office in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and owns 13,000 acres of land
around Orange Lake. Secretary
Rooney had no difficulty in prevailing
on him to join the board.
Letters, from senators and con congressmen
gressmen congressmen in regard to Ocala-Silver
Springs canal were read. They have
already been published in the Star.
The committee appointed to in interview
terview interview the county commissioners in
regard to raising money for publicity
purposes reported success. There
being no law for such, a special tax,
the county board included one-fdurth
of a mill for this work in the tax
for general purposes.
Secretary reported enterprise of
the Seaboard Air Line in offering
special accommodations and rates to
dairymen, to ship milk. This ac accommodation
commodation accommodation in this part of the state
is specially owing to representa representations
tions representations from the Board of Trade.
Secretary made report on Palat Palat-ka
ka Palat-ka meeting, detailed account of which
has already been published.
Communication was read from E.
M. Freese Co., of Galion, O., which

is experimenting with Marion County

clay with a view to making brick.

This big company is much interested
and called for more samples.

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An amendment was offered to
rule 19. This amendment when

passed will allow clerks and business

men of small means to become mem-

bers of the iboard, several having al

ready expressed a desire that way.
Secretary Rooney made a report on

his visit to Pittsburg. This has al

ready been treated with in the Star,

and it suffices here to say that a

great deal of publicity' was obtained

for our immediate section without
any expense to the board. The fol following
lowing following letter from the Jacksonville
Real Estate Exchange -shows how

that important body of hustling bus

iness men appreciates Mr. Rooney's

work:
Jacksonville, July 23, 1914.
Mr. J. D. Rooney, Ocala, Fla.,

Dear Sir: Our Pittsburgh conT

vention committee reports that

through you, and your assistants our

hand was strengthened, and the work
made easy in placing Jacksonville

prominently before the delegates at attending
tending attending the 'National Convention of

Real Estate Exchanges at Pittsburgh

on July 8th., to 11th.

It was Indeed gratifying to know
that this work was well done, and to

be advised that with the foundation

laid they have no hesitancy in stat

ing that this great convention its

practically assured for this city in

1916.,

We heartily appreciate j'our mani

fest assistance and efficient services

rendered In assisting us to secure

such flattering remarks.

We trust in some way, at some
time to show our appreciation In a

more substantial manner.
Again thanking you, we are,
Yours very trujy,

Jacksonville Real Estate Exchange

W. A. Riddle.

Chairman Pittsburgh Committee.

Mr. Rooney submitted his plan

for a follow-up booklet, to be pub

lished as soon a5 funds are avail
able. His ideas met approval."

President MacKay made a timely

and appreciated "get-together" talk.

Dr. Walter Hood spoke of the ne necessity
cessity necessity for a state sanitarium for

drug and liquor victims, who cannot

be received into private hospitals

The Marion County Board of Trade

will do its share in trying tp induce
the next legislature to establish such
an institution, in accordance with
the doctor's ideas.
Mr. Baxter Cam made a good talk
on the necessity of the Board meet meeting
ing meeting whether the secretary was pres present
ent present or not. Mr. Cam wants the
members to meet and talk things
over, even if they cannot attend to
business. His remarks met approv approval,
al, approval, and were timely, as,-on account
of the secretary's absence, at Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Pittsburg, the two last
meetings were passed.
Mr. Meffert made a talk, explain explaining
ing explaining the object of meeting of the far farmers
mers farmers here next August, and his per pertinent
tinent pertinent suggestions were followed by
remarks from nearly all present.
For the Union Station
It was resolved that at the next
regular meeting, August 12, a spe special
cial special effort would be made to obtain a
full house and that plans for obtain obtaining
ing obtaining an union station would be the
principal business attended to. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Rooney, while in Palatka
Tuesday, interviewed the railroad
commission, and received encourage

ment for the proposition, which can
probably be put thru whenever Ocala
people decide on a site.

rCHLIC-SriHITKO POSTMASTER

Postmaster Rogers believes in
beautifying public places, and no
other way being open is moving
along at his own expense. He is

bordering the postoffice, with canna

lilies, -which are just beginning to
show up, and has ordered a score of

sycamore trees, each ten feet high,

which he will have set out when they

arrive in October. The sycamore is
a pretty tree, and if these flourish

the coming generation will have good

reason to kindly remember public public-spirited
spirited public-spirited "Colonel Bob."

DOUBLE SILVER

MEDAL CONTEST

The W. C. T. U. will hold a double

silver medal contest on Saturday

night at the Baptist church at 8

o'clock. The first part of the pro

gram will consist of an anti-cigarette

contest "by a class of boys and will

be made up as follows:

Recitation, "Archie's Christmas

Gift" Jesse Cowdrick.

'Recitation, "A Treat from Little

Tommie" George Aiken.

Recitation, "His First Cigar"

Claude Barnett.

Recitation, "Wanted, a Boy"

Emmet Hough.

Recitation, "Whose 'Roy" Ardis

Bray.

Recitation, "A
Cowdrick.
Following this
musical contest by

girls singing the following song:
"Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep"
Gertrude Smith.
"Sing Me to Sleep" Alethea Ash Ashley.
ley. Ashley. 'Sing Me a Song of the South"
Cevie 'Roberts.
A Mother's Appeal to Her Boy"
Maud Lillian Little.
"His Sister's Prayer" Maryela
Bray.
This contest begins at S o!clock
sharp. Se sure and come.
Collection taken.

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TNWING to the great demand for rooms, we
I ) 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, v
We are spending $15,000.00 on and in the Ocala
House, and no hotel in the state will be better
equipped to care for the traveling public, and at
moderate prices.
LOUIS N. LOIig, Manager

Friend" Robert
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fice. office. 7-lS-tf 'dw

ROIiL TOP DESK $18 A medium medium-sized
sized medium-sized roll top oflice desk, in first first-class
class first-class condition, $18 cash. Apply
at Star oflice. 7-18-tf dvr
WANTED Country place in ex exchange
change exchange for part payment on city
house and lot. Address P. O. Box
366, Ocala, Fla. 7-16-6t

POSITION WANTED By experienc experienced
ed experienced bookkeeper and oflice man, in
Ocala or elsewhere. W. ;B. Dye,
209 Orange Ave., Ocala. 7-1 0-1 2t

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 Thre6 connecting fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light- housekeep
ing. Mrs. P. A. Durand, 614 East
Adams street. 7-1 3-1 3 1

WANTED Subscribers of the Star
to tell their neighbors of the plan
now in force for giving cash cou-
- pons to subscribers. 5-20-tf

leady for Business.
I am now prepared to give my undivided attention to all kinds of
Jewelry arid Watch Repairing.
I have all the latest appliances for doing work of this class
quickly and at the lowest possible expense. Give me a triaL

JJ. CH AISLES' SMITH

Carlisle Drug Store Building

OCALA,

9.

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 houses,
in colored section, just west of S. A. L. Railway,
on South 3d street, now rented to good tenants and
paying 20 per cent on the price asked, $600 for the two.
Titles perfect. If interested see me at once. They will not be
long on the market at this price.
C- IAf !" I TTS Real Estate and Fire Insurance

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OCALA. FLORIDA

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The Management of 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 and will be rua J J
sirictlv ethical lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 33 1 1
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FOR SALL Modern bungalow in

LInwood Heights. Inquire of the
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.5-15 tf

FOR SALE By iEmil Duerka, on (C.
Y. Miller's place, 1 H miles north
of Leroy, Fla., one 4 yr. old mare,
one 9 yr. old mare, one 12 yr. old
horse, one colt 2 months old, 16
barrels of syrup, one two horse
wagon, one new cane mill, 3 rolls
2 kettles. 25 acres very good
corn, o acres cane and $500 worth
new furniture. All at a bargain.
Owner leaving country. 7-2 2-4 1

LOST Panama hat, telescope shape
either in Ocala or on road between
Ocala and Gainesville. Finder will
return same to this office and re receive
ceive receive reward. 7-2 1-4 1
FOR RENT Xew bungalo, all mod modern
ern modern conveniences, located on South
Lime St. Apply to C. V. Roberts-6t

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PHONE 125
MERCHANTS BLOCK

No trip too long, or none to short for us to make. ?.

rrompt service, unarges KeasonaDie

C. H.COONER. SH

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

Costly English Port.
More than 1100,000,000 has been
spent in bringing and keeping the port
of Liverpool up to date.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge 5vo. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets' in Yonge's hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 'o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always prtenirt tn vlltlnf

brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 2-1, 1014.

BOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS

i2 CONRDEN7VU-. YOU KNOW I M
? LEAD A VERY UONSOttE
JUl 1 LIFE RUT I AM ALWAYS ffj I
Tup fWr ft MAV1NC SUCW HAPPV PREAWS HR-'
kIow ,?ThW ATm HUSBAND AND J h
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Father should remember that Listeners don't always hear what they want to.

U I .IUAT r"A T 1

TELL. YOtf HOW PFRPEXtTvN

rVKrry I Arq ; PAT Ar ltF

WHEN I DREAM OF HAVING?
A LOVING HUSBAND TO CAfJ&S

ME AND K CUiY T0
lie: iiifTftC ier

NOW T IS LEAP-YCAK,
MRS VAN LOON, AMD
WAVJT TO ASK YOU

IF I UfitiLA TAKC ADViftM"

And You vnu a.c

Of A HUSBAND AND HCME.'

4 I fANI YOU 3A YOU ARE- X
I ALWAVS VApy DEAMIMC J
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otf,yBs! 1 COUUA
I'LL UAvk D&A1 LOVKJ AND
tTmeuP ORHAM Ki5SEiyAKI
THE. PooM m R.EAM PALACES.
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.YMV ClE-T MARRIED?

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Wool Growers in No Way Injured
by New Tariff.

-Are Now Getting Higher Prices for
Their Product Than Before the
Revision Went Into Effect Effect-Market
Market Effect-Market Figures Quoted.

The Globe-Democrat is utterly in indifferent
different indifferent whether it tells the truth or
not so long as it makes a point against
tariff reform. It presumes in the most
shameless way upon the prejudice or
ignorance of its readers. Look at this
from an editorial:
"But more than manufacturers are
farmers now complaining of duties re reduced
duced reduced to the minimum on many of
their products and the listing of many

others on the free list. Among them

all, and naturally enough, the wool

growers, who find their product free
listed as an aid to the manufacturer,
are the most disgruntled. For they
can see that,' in spite of the losses
visited upon them by making raw

wool free, the manufacturer is etc.,

etc."

And now we beg to reproduce an

extract from the commercial page of

the New York Times of May 3:

"The auction sales of wool in Lon

don which are now In progress were

looked forward to with considerable

interest. Thus far they are a repeti

tlon of those preceding in showing a

continuous rise in the value of tha

fleeces. It is a matter of supply and
demand. The world's supply of wool

has not been growing in proportion
to the world's needs. The wool clip

of this country has risen in price just
as has that abroad. As was stated in

the Times a few weeks ago, the grow

ers are getting higher prices than
since 1897. In view of this it Is rather
funny to read of certain complaints

ascribed to some Oregon wool grow growers.
ers. growers. These gentlemen expressed their
wrath at the free-wool provision of
the new tariff because, as they say, if
the old duty were still existent they
would be able to obtain three or four

cents a pound more for their wool.
They are not satisfied with getting
more than they did for many years
while there was a duty on the prod
uct they sell;"
Does the Globe-Democrat want to
see the high prices which are the nat natural
ural natural and inevitable result of the pro proportion
portion proportion between demand and supply
still higher elevated by a tax laid on
all of us for the benefit of the. pockets
of some of us? And with raw wool
higher than it has been in 17 years,
how are we to account for that jour journal's
nal's journal's reference to "the losses visited"
on the farmers by making wool free?
Is this crude ignorance or deliberate
misrepresentation? St. Louis Post-JMspatch.

Root Rather a Hindrance.
In a speech in Washington Senator

Root, referring to the Mexican situa

tion, said, incidentally:

"The American democracy year by

year has been mpre and more coming

nto its own, coming into more direct

control over the affairs of their gov

ernment. If the American people are
to conduct their foreign affairs as they
are conducting their own government.

they must know something about in international
ternational international rights."

This is an interesting acknowledg

ment from an unexpected source.
Undoubtedly democracy is coming to
its own, but not with any help from

Senator Root.

THE KARD-HEADED MAN

By DON MARK LEMON.

(Copyright.)
The water In this here well is as
hard as rocks, but that ain't to be won wondered
dered wondered at, seeing as how the well was
dug by the hardest-headed man in all

creation and Hampshire county.

which he found on the map was about
the middle of that country and he'd
find where the ten thousand dollars
were buried.
Well, Bill tucked this information
away careful like, and about three
years later he found the box, and in inside
side inside was a slip of paper telling him
that if he would go home to New Eng England
land England and dig the well where he had
been told to dig it, he would unearth
a box containing ten thousand dollars
in hundred-dollar notes.
It took him seven years to reach

Has Mr. Foraker Forgotten?
Mr. Foraker of Ohio was a member

of the senate committee on foreign re

lations which passed on the Hay Hay-Pauncefote
Pauncefote Hay-Pauncefote treaty, and he now has the
temerity to say that that committee
did not understand that the United
States was included in all the "all na nations"
tions" nations" of the treaty whose vessels
were to be accorded "entire equality"
of treatment in the matter of canal
tolls. Has he forgotten that the sen senate
ate senate itself had no such understanding?
Or that an attempt to amend the
treaty in that body so as to exclude
the United States from the "all na nations"
tions" nations" provision was voted down, 42
to 27? New York World.

Ahnnt tpn vpnrs aen. and for about i New England, but finally he got back

twenty years before that, old Jim : home' a?d after Sing out to see the
Clark and his son Bill lived here. They : old man frave. he got a shovel and
were two of a kind, and that kind was ?to5edffc f Is4th, we" ?!r8 bIs dad
rocks. They were hard-headed from Jad told Wm to dig it Afters spell
.the socks up. They had such hard-. e came on the box and ten thousand
headed notions about most things that i d0"ars- '

i people around here just concluded that i &

they were born "sot." a"u "c l"c UU1 mau 111 cre
, . j ation that has chased over the earth,
One day old man Clark thought he'd .
....... to come home In the end and dig a
like to have his well over nearer the
. . . i. J Well.

Darn, ana it was a Diessea ming ne
decided to dig a new hole Instead of j
moving the old one, or he'd have done j DEAFNESS CANNOT RE CURED
it. He says to Bill: "Bill, I'm going ihy local applications,- as they cannot
nvpr in Rprkshir tn look after some i reach the diseased portion of the ear.

mere is oniy one way to cure clear clearness,
ness, clearness, and that Is by constitutional

remedies. Deafness is caused' by an

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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 4 entire satisfaction.
S. J. Clupka & Walter Tagg
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Estimates Given

cows, and while I'm gone you hustle
a bit and get the well started."

WhereH I begin the top of It?" lnnamed condition of the mucous lin-

asks Bill, kind of sarcastic like, as the

old well his dad had dug slanted a

good bit going down.

ing of the eustachian tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rum

bling sound or imperfect hearing, and

-VIA

MONTEAGLE
SUMMER RESORT

If you" wish to go away for the

summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland House at Monteagie,
Tenn. Rates, $7 to 510 per week.
Two months' Chautauqua, from July
1st io August olst, which is a fine
entertainment. Monteagie is on the
top 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. WV Williams, Proprietress, the
Cumberland 'Houre,. Monteagie, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. 6-13-tf

"Right here," says old man Clark, I wnen it is entirely closed, clearness is
pointing at this particular spot. the result, and unless the i ihflamatlon
a i A v. aa 4o. T?ma can be taken out and this tube re-
, A ha!2i?adeld ,lk CaTe lnt, ml stored to Its normal condition, hear hear-face.
face. hear-face. 'This aint no place for the ing win be destroyed foreVer; nine
well, he says, and he walks round cases out of ten are caused-by catarrh
to the other end of the barn and starts which is nothing but an inflamed con-
the well where he thinks it ought to jdition of the mucous surfaces.
be. 1 I We will give One Hundred Dollars
"What are you doing there?" calls I r any case of deafness (caused by

old man Clark.
"Digging a weJl," says Bill.
"Who told you to dig it over there?'
shouts the old man.
"Common sense," says Bill.

LOYAIi ORDER OF MOOSE

Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. O. M.,
-lieets every Thursday at 8:'30 p. m.
visiting Drethren always welcoma to
the lodge and club house, on Mag Magnolia,
nolia, Magnolia, street near postoffice.
J. D. ROONEY, Dictator.

Loses Its Charm.
It's difficult for a newly married
man to generate much enthusiasm
over his bride's beautiful hair after
he has seen her pile it on the bureau
for the night.

Then a hard-headed look came Into
old man Clark's face. "You dig the
well where I tell you to," he says, "or
I'll make you."
"Shoo, dad!" says Bill, who was a
great, strapping fellow of twenty.
"You think I can't?" says old man
Clark.
"I do," says Bill.
"You'll dig the well here," says the

old man, and about a month later he j

mis up tne new wen mat mil aug in
the wrong spot, and goes off with the
remark that he'll be back in about five
or ten years.

Bill watches him go over the hill.

catarrh) that cannot be cured by

Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu circulars,
lars, circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,

j Toledo, Ohio.
I Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take
j Hall's Family Pills for constipation.

Adv.

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and then he goes back and digs out raonth at 7:30 o'clock.

Ocala Chapter, No. 23, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hau tne' second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each

the well that his dad had filled up.

V f (.11, UUUUt DIA J V-Ul O Ullbl bUUb, VVA
man Clark comes home.
"Hello, dad!" says Bill.
"Hello, Bill!" says old man Clark.

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Cheap Floor Stain.
A very inexpensive stain can be

Then he sees that the well hasn't j made from burnt .umber and hot wa wa-been
been wa-been dug where he wants it, and he ter. Five cents' worth of the burnt

says: "Are you going to dig that well umber will stain several floors, that Is,

where I told you to?'

"No," says Bill, "I ain't.

where a rug' is used for the center.
Pour the hot water over the burnt

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CURED INDIGESTION

Mrs. Sadie P. Clawson, Indiana,
Pa., was bothered with indigestion.
"My stomach pained me night and
day," she writes. "I 'would feel
bloated and have headache and belch belching
ing belching after eating. I, also suffered
from constipation. My daughter
had used Chamberlain's Tablets and
they did her so much good that she
gave me a few doses of them and in insisted
sisted insisted upon me trying them. They
helped me as nothing else has done."
For sale by all dealers adv.

Danger of Too Much Talk.
Don't talk too much. Just after you
have talked a man into buying, if you
keep on talking you will talk him out
of buying. Atchison Globe.

"You'll dig that well where I want umber, little ata time, till it is thor thor-you
you thor-you to," says old man Clark, and he'oughly dissolved. Use a quart of hot
goes into the house and says not an-1 water to five cents worth of umber;

other word about It for ten years, that makes a pretty dark brown stain.

when, as he was dying, he. calls Bill

in and asks:
"Have you changed your mind, about
digging that well?"-
"No, dad," says Bill, "I ain't"
"You'll dig that well where I told
you to," says the dying man, and then
he turns over and dies.
But first he gives Bill a letter and
after the funeral Bill opens it and
reads that, since he wouldn't dig the
well where his dad wanted him to, old
man Clark had drawn out the ten
thousand dollars that used to be In
the bank, and he .would now have to
hunt around and find where it was
hidden, according to directions. The
first direction was to dig under a big
stone in the pasture, which Bill did,
and found a piece of paper, in a lead

Let it dry, then rub on any good floor
wax and polish.

JLVRION-DUXN MASONIC LODGE

Marlon-Dunn Lodge No. 19, r &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday eyening3 of each month at
7:30 .o'clock, until further notfce.
Baxter Carn, W. i..
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad

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 will stop and. buy
' them here.

PHONE 108

CITY MARKET

Motive Power In Norway.
The greatest single factor In the
possible industrial development of
Norway lies undoubtedly in its cheap
and abundant hydroelectric power.
The country having practically no coal

! resources, the Norwegian Industries

box telling him to go to a place In are coming to depend more and more
South America, up in the Andes, and j upon tne utilization of waterfalls as

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Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen

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Tickets limited to August 1st, and
are good returning on any regular
strain within limit.

For information, call or write to:
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., A. C. L.
Jacksonville
J. G. KXRKLAND, I). P. A., A. C. L.
Tampa, Fla.

Do you ever nave trouble with
your machine "Breaking," "Skip "Skipping"
ping" "Skipping" or "Drawing." It generally in
the needle. Our man will call and

fit the correct needle 25c a doz.
Parts and attachments supplied for
every known make. We fix 'em too,
10 years experience. All work guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. We. live here. E: C. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan & Co. 7-6-tf.

L. ALEX ANDES
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder
Jarerul Estimates Mr.de on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and betu?
vork for the money than ny other
L tractor in the

dig in a certain spot near a river, and

he would find further directions.
Bill left the farm in the care of a
neighbor, and after months of travel
and adventure and danger of all kinds
he reached the Andes and dug where
he had been told to, and unearthed an another
other another little lead box. Inside It was a
strip of paper, which told him to go
to Alaska and dig at a certain place
near Dawson City and he would learn'
more. v
Bill tucked the directions' away very
carefully, and when he reached Alas

ka, he found the spot mentioned by j

old man Clark ana dug tor rurtner in information.
formation. information. He unearthed another of those lit little
tle little lead boxes, and inside, in the hand handwriting
writing handwriting of his dad, was the cheerful
information that, since he had been
so hard-headed about digging that
well, he would now need to go to
Africa biiH fHir in a certain Hnnt

a primary motive power source.

, NOTICE
All tires and tubes sold at the
establishment of "Davies the tire
man' from July 1, will be sold only
for CASH, but with a 5 dis discount.
count. discount. C-28-tf

No Chances for Him.
A dealer selling cloth in a small
town asked an Irishman who was
passing if he would buy a suit length,
and added: "You can have it for ten
bob." To which Pat replied: "Begob,
sir, if tuppence wo lid buy the makings
of a topcoat fcr an elephant I couldn't
buy the makings of a p.iir of lcla
for a canary this minute."

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1014

ACCURACY SErt'itlTY

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OCALA F".iA.

First consideration and especial attention given to amal; iracis.

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ET THUS

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,rcivvRLEy (

TARIFF WORKS WELL

Wisdom of Democratic Policy Is
Being Proved.

Ample Revenue Provided for the
Needs of the Country and a Bur Burden
den Burden Lifted From the Shoul Shoulders
ders Shoulders of Taxpayers.

The Republicans are disappointed in
the new tariff bill. It is failing to
bear out their predictions of evil.
They began making such predictions
in November, 1912, and actually grew

to believe in them for a time. But the
facts have proved too stubborn.
In a recent discussion in the house
of representatives Congressman Rain Rain-ey
ey Rain-ey of Illinois showed that the new
tariff measure is producing more rev revenue
enue revenue than its framers expected it to
produce. In fact, the import duties
collected up to June 1 were within
$100,000 of reaching the mark that had
been set to be reached by July 1. The
Illinois congressman predicted that
the excess over the amount expected
would reach $20,000,000.
When the Underwood tariff law was
framed the framers expected it to
yield $270,000,000 by the 1st of July.
1914. The prediction has been made
that the yield will really be nearer
$300,000,000 than $270,000,000. The
miscellaneous receipts, the internal
revenues and other sources of gov government
ernment government funds will yield the usual
amounts.
In 1912 the customs receipts

amounted to $311,321,000. In 1913 the
amount was $318,891,000. During the

month of May the receipts averaged
over three-quarters of a million dollars
daily. It is easy to see that the dif

ference between the receipts of 1913

and those of 1914 will hardly amount

to more than the cost of one first-

class dreadnaught.

Against this slight loss in revenue
must be set the saving to the con consumer
sumer consumer following the reduction of the
old Chinese wall duties of the Payne Payne-Aldrich
Aldrich Payne-Aldrich bill. Even the loss of the rev revenues
enues revenues is offset by the collection of the
income and corporation taxes. On
June 1 $10,557,221 of these taxes had
been collected.
It is clear that if the nation is bank bankrupted
rupted bankrupted if" will not be because of the
workings of the Underwood tariff bill.
The close, of the present fiscal year
will eaily demonstrate that fact.

BEWARE OF SPEEDY SURGEON

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human sufferings A wonderful story
of splendid, single-handed victory
over countless difficulties.

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The rest room which the Ocala merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors who are in the city for a few hours
with noJiing to dov is located on the corner of Fort 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

Authoritative Opinion Is That Expert
Must Take Time to Do Really
Careful Work.
"Beware of the surgeon who has a
record for speed in performing opera operations
tions operations advises Sir Berkely Moynihan in
his recent address before the British
Medical association. The great dif difference
ference difference in shock and prostration fol following
lowing following different cases of the same op operation
eration operation is usually the result of op opposite
posite opposite methods.
The gentle surgeon who handles the
tissues and organs as if they were his
own and avoids bruising or insulting
the nerves as if they were awake and
conscious must take much more time
for his work.
The operator who works with one
eye on the clock lacerates, tears and
upsets a patient's internal economy,
and he is much more likely to over overlook
look overlook something. Second operations
most frequently follow quick, bril brilliant
liant brilliant first performances.
Doctor Moynihan refers to the
tactics of the brilliant speed record
holders as "canine methods." Of
course, ncbody wishes to be upon the

operating table a moment longer than
necessary, nor to take an extra

breath of ether. But the results of

a few drops more of anaesthetic are
negligible and not to be compared
with the miseries and often fatal ef effect
fect effect of shock.
"The perfect surgeon must have the
heart of a lion and the hand of a
lady, never the claws of a lion and
the heart of a sheep. An operation is
done quickly enough when it Is done
right."

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Trade Dullness Universal.
The New York Sun is as hostile to
the Underwood tariff as possible. It
is alarmed over the large adverse bal balance
ance balance of trade in seven months of the
new "customs law. But this adverse
balance Is due chiefly to the decrease
of exports, and that cannot be ex explained
plained explained by our tariff; it can only be due
to dullness in trade abroad. And this
is one of the many evidences' that the
dullness of trade in this country Is
not a local phenomenon, but is a part
of a condition of trade that exists
throughout more or less of the com commercial
mercial commercial world. In an effort to give vthe
Underwood tariff the worst possible
showing The Sun can only find an
Increase of $23,000,000 In Imports in

seven months. That amoufit of in increase
crease increase can have no effect upon do

mestic production. The woolen and
worsted mills, which have had the
greatest fear of the tariff, are the

least affected by dullness in trade, ac

cording to the circular letter of a Bos

ton bank. The steel business, which

is the dullest and was the first to ex

perience depression, has had no com

petition to speak of, and showed less

concern than any other industry over

tariff changes.

Star Want Ads. Bring Results

Have Republicans Reformed?

Senator Borah in his speech to the

Michigan Republicans invited them

and the country at large to return to
the Republican party, not for what It
has done in recent years, but for what
he believes it ought to do if, in the

course of political events, it should

return to power.

He frankly admitted that the party

had fallen into bad hands. By strong

implication he admitted that It had
been a party of the coldly selfish and
that such leadership had brought it to

deserved ruin. That was certainly the

verdict of the people at the last elec

tion when they defeated Its candidate

for president in every state In the

Union but two.

Colonel Will Be in the Field.

"One thing is made plain, both by

Colonel Roosevelt and his most distin

guished" supporters, Perkins, Pinchot

L & Co., that the colonel intends to run

for the presidency two years hence,
and not on the ticket of the dead
Moose party.

All Nations Smoke.
There is hardly a country in the
world where the pipe is not smoked in

one form or another.

The Kaffir dearly loves his pipe,!

and, failing the genuine article, will
use anything that wrill hold tobacco

from a piece of iron piping to a cow's j
horn. When not even these are avail

able he will use the earth! He does
this by packing a small hole to hold
the tobacco, from which he makes a
passage for ttie smoke by pushing a
curved piece of wire through the
ground. He then lies face downwards,
applies a light to the tobacco, and his
lips to the ground, at the spot where
he has withdrawn the wire, and
smokes in peace.
In many villages of the northwest
provinces of India are to be found pub public
lic public hookahs for the use and comfort
of travelers.
f Everyone has heard of the North
American's pipe of peace. General
Blucher's pipe-smoking was of a very
different character. He appointed a
man to the post of "pipe-master,"
whose duty it was to fill a long clay
pipe and hand it to the general before
every engagement. Blucher would
then enjoy a few whiffs, give back the
pipe, and gallop to the firing line.

Just One Minute.
Having finally cornered their victim,
certain New Yprk gunmen permitted
him one minute in which to pray.
Then they 'gave him the usual quietus
and went about their business as ac active
tive active New-Yorkers are expected to do.
The prayer of Labby the Lout Isn't
known. It probably embodied a fran frantic
tic frantic appeal for some miraculous Interpo Interposition
sition Interposition between the expected bullets
and his own vulnerable person.
And while he prayed the grim gun gunmen
men gunmen stood by ready, watchful, Inexor Inexorable.
able. Inexorable. It was a tragic incident a tragedy
with melodramatic trimmings and its
most pitiful feature was the readiness
of these young murderers to execute
what may have been some fancied call
for justice the justice that prompts
murderers to eliminate traitors and
informers and spies.

So Labby the Lout had his moment
for prayer and breathed out his life

and his amen together.

Let Them "Criticize."
Some Democratic leaders seem to
be alarmed over the way the Republi Republicans
cans Republicans are criticizing the administra administration.
tion. administration. But how much more would they
be alarmed if the enemy were prais praising
ing praising it.

Good News for Bull Moose Party.
It is interesting to learn that ex-

Senator Flinn has so far recovered held your wife on his lap!

Radium Found in Salvador.
Information has just been obtained

that in the Central American republic

of Salvador a reasonably certain find

of radium has Jbeen located. This de

posit was discovered at Cerro Pelon,
in one of the northern departments.

Sensuntepeque, not far from Its chief

town. -
The discovery was made by an Eng English
lish English engineer who some years ago
made careful study of the mineralogy
of the district and took home with him
samples from the mines there. An

assay of these samples ehowed a very

complex combination of minerals, but

at that time little value was placed on

them.

Recently this engineer made further

analysis in the light of his larger ex

perience and they gave undoubted
evidences of containing radium, and

two qualified engineers were sent over

to make further and more detailed in

vestigations of the ores.

For a Moment He Was Alarmed.
When Grout P. Smith, a philosophic

ally-inclined citizen of Petunia,
reached 'home the other evening, the
hired girl, a loquacious person, met

him at the gate, all a-flutter with ex
citement.

"Oh, Mr. Smith," she hissed, "a book

agent was here this afternoon, and he

his health that he feels equal to the

task of boring two tunnels under the
East river, New York, at a cost of
nearly $12,500,000. This will be good
news to the Progressives, as it seems
to Indicate that the barrel may be
again on tap, as It was in 1912. To
its recent disappearance may be at attributed
tributed attributed no litttle of the shrinking of
the Bull Moose vote. Perhaps its re re-aoDearance
aoDearance re-aoDearance might heln a little.

"That so?" was the reply. I was
afraid you were going to say he sold

her a set of cyclopedias." Kansas

City Star.

Largest Motor Ship.
The Siam recently built at Copenha

gen Is the largest motor ship in the

world. She Is 427 feet long and haa.a journey without a bottle

a displacement of 13,200 tons.

who owns the dwelling -the business property that stands
in your name?
of course you think that 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 beginnig of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the1 earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti-
ful for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any partlcu-
lar spot.

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ocala, fla.

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 SO 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$1.30.
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STORES WILL CLOSE THURSDAY
The undersigned merchants here hereby
by hereby agree to close their respective
places of business on Thursdays at
1 p. m., beginning June 4th, and
continuing to and Including Septem September
ber September 10th, and also agree to close
their places of business not later
than 6:30 p.- m. on other days ex excepting
cepting excepting Saturdays.
H. B. Masters Company.
Rheinauer & Company.
E. T. HUvenston.
Marion Hardware Co.
E. G. Rivers.
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Counts Grocery Co.
H. A. Waterman.
L. W. Harley.
Mclver & MacKay.
J. if. Smith Grocery Co.
Hayes & Guynn.
Marcus Frank.
The Murray Company.
. M. A. Bostick.
Theus-Zachry Co.
A. M. Lanaford.

SEVERE ATTACK OF COLIC
CURED
E. E. Cross, who travels in Virgin Virginia
ia Virginia and other Southern states, was
taken suddenly and severely ill with
colic. At the first store he came to
the merchant recdmemnded Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and- Diar-

OPEN DAY Aim TnUffT
Merchants Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Ad7,

At the Top and Bottom.
Of all the people in Europe the
French have the fewest children and
the Irish the most,

Joyful AntFcTpaifon
of Filotherlioc 1
There Is apt to Le a latent aprehensfon
3f distress to mar the complete Joy f

expectation. Eut
this is quite ovjr-

of so many women
to use "Mother's
Friend." This Is an
external application
designed to so lubri lubricate
cate lubricate the muscles and
to thu3 so relieve the
pressure reacting: oa

. the nerves, that the
latural strain, upon the cords and liga ligaments
ments ligaments is not accompanied by those severe
pains said to cause nausea, morning' sick sickness
ness sickness and many local distresses.
Many people believe that those remedies
which have stood the test of time that
have been put to every triat under tfco
varying conditions.of age. weight, -general
. JlT tc" niay 1x2 ely relied upon.
And Judging by the fact that "Mothera
Friend" has been hi continual use since
our grandmother's earlier years and la
known throughout the United States It
may be easily Inferred that it is some
k.0 gladly recommend.
Mother's Friend" is m-eoaTW! w

our own laboratory and Is sold by, drug-
flats PVrwh.M m

roea Remedy. Two doses of it cured

him. No one should leave hom rm Ksts everywhere. Ak t nv a Ktia.

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EIGHT
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, Fill DAY, JULY 21. 1914.

OCALA OCCURRENCES

Band concert this evening.

Royal Arch meets tonight.
Woodmen meet this evening.

Latest sheet music and Victor re records,
cords, records, at Lansford's. 7-18-tf

Pictures framed at The Murray
Company. 7-24-3t

WEATHER REPORT

This report i3 made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the government.

Latest sheet music and Victor re records,
cords, records, at Lansford's. 7-18-tf.

Subscriptions for all magazines
taken at The .Murray Company. 7-24

A new lo$ of fancy bathing caps at
Gerig's drugstore. 7-16-tf

Latest sheet music and Victor re records,
cords, records, at Lansford's. 7-18-tf

Music and musical instruments at
The Murray Company. 7-24-3V

Latest sheet music and Victor re records,
cords, records, at Lansford's. 7-18-tf

All flesh is grass and many a
man in a dry town feels like a bale
of hay.

Mr. C. J. Phillips returned to
Jacksonville on the Seaboard limit limited
ed limited this afternoon.

Max. Min R. F
March average. .74 48 .03
April average ... 8 1 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 81 87 70
July 9 91 72
July 10 .88 69 .24
July 11 88 69 ..
July 12.... ....91 73
July 13 ...91 72 .23
July 14. 90 73
July 15.. 32 72 .04
July 16. .86 72 .04
July 17 ....82 70
July 18 ... .90 73
July 19 .88 74
July 20. . ,S8 72 ...28
July 21. .S7 71 .11
July 22.. t. 72 69 .51
July 23 ...75 72 .....29
Forecast for This Evening and

Rev. R. W. Horrell of Ramsaur,
S. C, who some weeks ago visited
his brother, Mr. J. B. Horrell in this
city, has moved to Arcadia and will
make his future home there.

Mr. B. It. Stripling of Jacksonville,
representing the Southern States
Life Insurance Co., is in the city.
Mr. Striplink feels at home in Ocala
as he resided here for many years.

Mr. Clifford L.vAnderson is in Chi Chicago
cago Chicago on business for some of the
companies he represents. He will
visit the east before returning home,
which will be the last of the month.

Tliese
Over

Roquefort, Swiss Edam, Limbur Limbur-ger,
ger, Limbur-ger, Pineapple, Camembert, Pi-
t
mento, Parmesan, Philadelphia Philadelphia-Cream
Cream Philadelphia-Cream and Gorgonzola CHEESE.
Cold Boiled Ham, Boiled Ox
Tongue, Sliced Dried Beef, Pickl Pickled
ed Pickled Lamb Tongue
Sardines-Royans A LA VATEL,
Sardines-Royans A LA BORIE BORIE-LAISE.
LAISE. BORIE-LAISE. Crab Meat, Shrimp, Lobsters,
Russian Caviar, Anchovies.

0. IL Teapot Grocery
OCALA, FLA.

PHONES 16 and 174

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ping Sidneys

By Clearing HI

A Function Greatly Assisted
By a Weil-Known
Remedy.

Tomorrow

Partly cloudy tonight; Saturday
local showers.

3IUSIC PUPILS
I am now prepared to give piano
lessons to a limited number of pupils.
7-13-12t MISS ETHEL, IIAYCRAFT.

Mr. Charles J. Phillips, of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, who is in the city looking
after his real estate here, says he
and Mrs. Phillips will return to
Ocala soon.

Qlr. tAllan Rogers of Tampa is be becoming
coming becoming very much at home on our
streets and it does not seem to the
older citizens that the genial Allan
has 'been away so very long. Mr.
Rogers, in all probability, will take
up his residence in Ocala again. He
has a host of friends here and all
oyer the county who will .be glad to
have him once more among rus. Mr.
Rogers is one of the toest boosters
and publicity men in the state.

Latest sheet music and Victor re-
cords, at Lansford's. 7-18-tf

'At a imeeting of the creditors, of
the firm of L. W. Harley & Brother,
held at the office of 'RefereeMcClure
this forenoon, Mr. D. Niel Ferguson
was appointed trustee. The stock
of men's furnishings located in the
Ocala House block will 'be disposed
of at once, but it has not yet been
determined whether by private or
public sale.

TIE MARKETS

NAVAL STORKS
Xew York, July 24. Turpentine,
48 to 49. Rosin $4 to $4.10.
PROVISIONS
Chicago, July 24. September
wheat, 81. Pork $27.75. Lard,
$10.07. Ribs, $11.95.
STOCKS
New York, July 24. Stocks weak
selling on threats of war in 'Austria
and Servia and critical condition in
Ireland and the renewal of good ex

ports. Decline half point.

COTTON

New York, July 24. Cotton quiet

and unchanged to two points lower.
August 12.32, October 39., Decem

ber 56.

FIRST SHIP THRU
AUGUST FIFTEENTH

But Formal Opening- Panama Canal
Will be Next March
Washington, July 24. Opening
of the Panama canal to the world's
commerce on August 15 next was
announced last night by Secretary
Garrison. Probably the first vessel
to pass through the great waterway
will 'be the Cristobal, a war. depart department
ment department steamer at Colon.
There will be no more formalities
in connection with the epoch making
event, all ceremonies being 'left for
the official opening when the inter international
national international fleet passes through the
canal in March, 1915.

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You may not realize it, but a good bank is indispensable to you as a busi business
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Directly or indirectly, the bank affects every individuals '"the community
The more directly it affects you the more benefit you will derive.
Come in and learn how we are able and willing .to help you in financial
matters.
The Ocala National Baiik.
Resources Over Ualf A Million
ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY.

Those dinners at Rodoft's CafKareN
the best to be had in the city and the
price is right. 6-30-tf

Sheriff Galloway was in town yes yesterday
terday yesterday from his country home at
Moss Bluff. He found the town quiet,
bought some supplies and returned
to his Arcadian retreat.

Isaac Cohen, a colored man who
has been with the city force of street
workers for a number of years, died
last night and was buried this after-

oon.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Ray Arnold, Mrs.
W. A. Lyons, Misses Jean and Dollie
Lyons, made up an auto party from

UStoviidaLaiiaHarrington today.

Most readers will be Interested to more
clearly understand why analysis of urine is
o important. In the use of S. S.-S. to
purify the blood, its action is a stimulant
to the myriad of fine blood vessels that
inake up the constructive tissues of the
kidneys. All the blood from all over the
body must pass through the kidneys. They
act as testers and assayers. And according
to what they allow to pass out in the urine,
both as to quantity and materials, the
health of the kidneys and the quality of the
blood is determined. The catalytic energy
forced by S. S. S. Is shown in the urine.
It is also demonstrated in the skin. And
as the blood continues to sweep through
the kidneys the dominating nature of
S. R. S., acting as it does through all the
avenues cf t-limination, shows a marked
decrease of disease manifestations as dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated by urine analysis. This assist

ance is a great reiier to the kidneys. The
body wastes are more evenl.r distributed to
the emunctories; their elimination is stim stimulated
ulated stimulated by the tonic action afforded the
liver, lungs, skin and kidneys. Thus, In
cases of rheumatism, cystitis, chronic sore
threat, huskiness of voice, bronchitis, asth asthma
ma asthma and the myriad of other reflex indica indications
tions indications of weak kidney action, first purify
year Mood with S. S. S., so it will enable
the tissues to rebuild the cellular strength
1 rT"in the normal henlth.
S. S. S. is prepared bv The Swift Specific
Co., S27 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, C.a., and if
you have any deep-seated or obstinate blood
trouble, write to their Medical Dept. fox
.iiee advice,

3Ir. Jack Thomson has returned
from California, Colofrida, Xew and
Old Mexico, wherii he has been for
the. past seven orj eight months. Mr.
Thomson has benentirely restored
to health and says ha is very glad to
get back to his-JEaniily and to the
best state of them all, Florida.

Mr. J. C. Massey of St. Petersburg,
is among the business visitors in the
city. He imade a trip to Salt Springs
yesterday afternoon. His many
Ocala friends will be pleased to
know that he Is doing well in the
Sunshine City as proprietor of the
Poincettia drug store.

BURBAXK
Burbank,. July 23. Mrs. B. A.
Brannan returned to Ocala Friday
after a pleasant visit with her
mother, Mrs. H. DeFord.
Mr. George Dyke and Homer Gra Graham
ham Graham imotored to Ocala Friday in Mr.
Dyke's car.
Miss Cecile Bogue spent a few
days in Palatka the guest of CMiss
Helen Hubbard and other friends.
Mr. D. L. Graham made a .busi .business
ness .business trip to Ocala Friday.
Miss Mozell Priest spent a few
days in Fort McCoy the guest of rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Mrs. T. J. Benard and son of Fort
McCoy passed through Burbank Sun Sunday
day Sunday on their way to St. Paul, .Minn.
Mrs. Benard is well known in Bur Burbank.
bank. Burbank. She resided in this town
about two years. Her friends all
wish her a safe journey and a good
time. 3Ir. Benard accompanied her
as far as Ocala.
(Mr. Joe iMilici returned Saturday
from Palatka, where he has been
with the Fort McCoy team, helping
to play at different points.
Lots of watermelons in Burbank.
They weigh from 40 to 75 pounds.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Richter are now

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BiUing Clerk. Telephone Operator.
ct any other female member of your
cfUce force aecides to leave Saturday,
yza have only to use the Female Help
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columns of -OUR RAPER'-w
to bring an all-round-desirable applicant
for the position bright and early the next
morning.

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You'll have
Cement Sidewalks
Put Down.
Why not now?
Ornamental Vases
of all kinds
made to order

; See, Phone or Write
; us
: WOODMAR SAND AND
STONE COMPANY
i Phone 331, N Main St
OCALA, FLA.

Mrs. Allan Rogers and children
arrived in the city yesterday and are
at present located at the Linwood
hotel. Mr. Rogers has purchased a
splendid 'farm just south of the city
and they will move there as soon as
their household effects arrive from

Tampa.

HOUSES FOR RENT

Carl Wenzel & Son
PLASTERS and CONTRACTORS

For Lathing Plastering and Stuc Stucco
co Stucco work, also all kinds of Cement
work. We take contracts any anywhere
where anywhere in the state.
Wyominia and Washington Sts.
OCALA, FLORIDA

the owners of a new buggy, purchas purchased
ed purchased Friday in Ocala.
Raymond Turner spent a few days
with C. Brand in Grahamville.
At the last meeting of the Fruit

Growers Association the following

officers were elected: Mr. F. Richter,

president; Mr. George Bower, vice
president; 3Ir. W. C. Bogue, secre secretary
tary secretary and treasurer.
Mrs. George Dyke and little Miss
Dorothea are spending a few days

in Kenwood the guests of friends.

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Mrs. C. B. Dosh, 303 Adams St.,
Ocala, says: "It would be hard to
describe all that I suffered from kid kidney
ney kidney trouble. It seemed as if I was
never free from pain in my back
and at times it was so severe that

I was in misery. I had a dull head-j

ache and dizzy feeling. Cs'othing
seemed to relieve me or do me any
good until I commenced using Doan's
Kidney Pills, which I got at Tydings
& Co.'s -Drug Store. This mediT
cine proved to be just what I needed needed-for
for needed-for I felt better after the first few
doses and I continued to improve
-right along until the trouble was
over
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy t
get Doan's Kidney Pills the came
that Mrs. Dosh had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, X. Y. Ad. 6.
Let us exchange Refrigerators?

Or can we fix the qld one for you?

We can stop the leaks and make It;

look as good as new. E. C. Jordan
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Apply to S. H. CHRISTIAN, cor corner
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streets. -6-28-tf

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