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OCALA FLO.ilDA, MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 19U
Al WEST COASTS
Route of the Proposed Tampa, At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic and Gulf Across State
West Palm Beach, Jan. 25 A
meeting of the most representative
and influential citizens of this place
held yesterday in the Board of Trade
rooms for the purpose of meeting Ed Edward
ward Edward Walker, second vice president
of the Tampa, Atlantic and Gulf Rail Railroad.
road. Railroad. Mr. Walker stated in the
course of his address that the route
of his railroad had already been sur surveyed
veyed surveyed to Fort Lauderdale. This
would take it around the south end
of Lake Okeechobee; but the promo promoters,
ters, promoters, lie said, had recently been ap approached
proached approached by parties interested in St.
Lucie Inlet, with the suggestion that
for .the purpose of holding a union
prayer meeting for national constitu constitutional
tional constitutional prohibition. A large number
of members were present and enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed the readings, song3 and prayers
which were offered. Mrs. Sanders,
the mother of the president, gave a
very interesting talk, and altogether
the meeting was a very enjoyable
jand profitable one.
Will Sheffield of Inglis, who had
an operation at the Marion County
Hospital, ;s reported as greatly im improved.
proved. improved. It' is rumored that the Baptist
church contemplates building a new
parsonage in the near future.
The bank of Dunnellon held its
annual meeting Tuesday evening.
There was only one change in the
directorate, J. F. Cocowitch takes
the place of R. T. King. The excel excellent
lent excellent record made by the bank dur during
ing during the past pear was a matter of
Julius Kilgore, of Leesburg, last j
frr Forty Million
Railroads in Alaska
Washington, Jan. 25. 3y a vote
cf 46 to 16, the Senate passed last
night the Alaska railway bill, di directing
recting directing the president to purchase or
construct 1,000 miles of railroad in
Alaska at a cost not to exeeei $40, $40,-000,000.
000,000. $40,-000,000. "This is the greatest encourage encouragement
ment encouragement the West has received in many
years," said Secretary Lane when in informed
formed informed the Senate had passed the
on the part of Federal Judge Emory
Speer of the southern district of
Georgia, begun here last Monday be before
fore before a. special congressional commit committee,
tee, committee, has been transferred to Savan Savannah,
nah, Savannah, where the hearings will te re resumed
sumed resumed Monday. Many important
witnesses yet remain to be heard,
among them being Thomas S. Felder,
attorney general of Georgia. Mem Members
bers Members of the sub-committee of the
House Committee on Judiciary, who
are conducting the investigation, to today
day today said that it probably would re require
quire require another week to complete their
Fifteen republicans and Senator
Tuesiav rented a rig from J. A. Par- Fein dexter, progressive, voted for
Senators Bacon, Hoke
ham, and failing to return at the ap- tea
it might pay them to take a route J Pinte3 time' Mr" Parham found that j Smith and Williams, democrats, vot vot-nass
nass vot-nass ih Wp, iav at it north eM i he had driven towards Brooksville. j ei against it.
The bill places upon the presi president
dent president responsibility for the selection
passing tne Dig laKe at its nortn ena. r i
or, ,o,. x.f o.ii ti land had endeavored to sell the rig
Trin of InstiprrtorH
1 . T A 1 1
up ana urougm uacK 10 uuuneiiuij
at Hernando and also at Inverness.
Lt Brooksville he was finally rounied
The speaker stated that he was
then on a trip of Inspection with the;
view to coming to a dicision between
the two "routes. As far as physical
difficulties went, he had found none
prohibitive in the northern line.
There would have to be a trestle
bridge three miles in length, con constructed
structed constructed across Kissimmee river; but
to offset this, there would have to be
about twenty-six miles of fill on the
southern route where the line enter entered
ed entered the Everglades. Farther on, they
would take to the bank of the north
canal, which was amply provided
with rock or ballast. Mr. Walker
laid stress on the fact that he. must
have the moral co-operation of the
people along the route and at the
east end of it and must have It ex-
i Wednesday afternoon. His trial was
set for Thursday afternoon.
EASY Tfl SATISFY
Unable to Fird Testimony or Law
Under which to Punish Assail Assailants
ants Assailants of Moyer
Houghton, Mich., Jan. 25. None
of the members of the crowd that as assaulted
saulted assaulted Charles H. Moyer, president
of the Western Federation of Miners,
pressed in tangible form. There 13 i J ...
, . 2 6 and then deported him, were iden-
not a stock or bond of his company' c c
for sale he sId the enterprise having t0'he satisfaction of the speci-
been fully financed by a foreign syn-jal grand an a no true bi
. 1A was returned in the case vesterday
dicate, who would have no difficulty' r a J
in putting it through, v
I George E. Nichols, the special pro pro-Advantages
Advantages pro-Advantages of the Road jsecutcr, decided that there was no
The advantages of such ,a road ; iaw under which the men alleged to
were obvivous. It would unite in a have forced Moyer on the train could
closer bond the lower east and west ( be punished, even if they could be
coasts, whose interests were identi- j identified and he so informed the
cal, and which might ultimately he-;jurv.
come a separate state. A line of one True Bill Returned
steamships drawing eighteen or Four Qther no true bilg, -n caes
twenty feet of water would be estab- growing out of gtrike di30rders were
lished in connection with the railroad : rT,t. n t ....
! turned, but as it charges a felony, it
j was not made public.
sailing from Port Tampa to Boston
and New York. 'It was implied that
they would make their terminus in: Mr xlchoUl said afterwarJs he had
of the route from tidewater to the
interior of Alaska and the construct construction,
ion, construction, equipment, operation or leas leasing
ing leasing of lines he may construct' or
buy to constitute this route. The
broadest powers are conferred on the
president in carrying out his duties.
The bill provides for a redemp redemption
tion redemption fund into which shall be paid
75 per cent, of all moneys derived
from the sale of public lands in
Alaska or of the coal or mineral con contests.
tests. contests. Machinery utilized in the con
struction of the Panama Canal Is
made available for the construction
Unavailable efforts to reduce the
$40,000,000 appropriation authoriz authorized
ed authorized for the work was made. Senator
Hoke Smith sought to have the ap appropriation
propriation appropriation reduced to $25,000,000,
and Senator Smoot to $35,000,000.
Other amendments defeated were
those for the government steamship
lines to Alaska, for the sales of Alas Alaska
ka Alaska coal at cost to Pacific coast points
and for limiting the construction to
one main line. The bill was amend amended
ed amended to require the Senate's approval
of the appointment of civil engineers
receiving more than $3,000 a year;
to forbid any payment for the good
will of existing railways; giving in injured
jured injured employes the right to sue the
government and limiting the govern government's
ment's government's defenses to those provided for
in the federal employer's liability
law of 1908.
A similar bill is pending in the
Ul RIVER ITEMS
St. Lucie Inlet as soon as the pro-
explained to the jury that in his opin-
jected improvements would warrant
luu lMuaiei lu tilc apply tQ the deportation of Moyer
discussing the advantages offered by nd Tanner because the union men
the northern over the southern route, v.ere nQt f orclbly sent out of the
the difference in distance was dwelt but me ,eft tQ,take their Qwn
upon; ni attention was also direct-, coarge m& g,de of the gtate line anJ
distance, and, presumably oi th
same amount of freight charges be-;
tween shipping from the same point j
2?ains Have Filled the Stream Bank j
Full and Boats Are Making
Silver Springs, Jan. 26. In the
Qklawaha river basin the past week!
the weather was changable. In the
week-end days and nights torrents
fell, little streamlets filled and broke
through their barriers, the big riv river
er river receiving the overflow rose and
navigators are happy. So now with a
full river under keel. the two tour tourist
ist tourist liners arrive at the ports on
This old Indian station is worth
millions. In the old days; or rather,
new days of the peninsula, this was
a good business station. Now the
springs is the outlet of naval etores,
cabbage bulbs, lumber, etc. The
river valley receives much of its
foodstuff through the port. And
what the rirer grows is shipped gen generally
erally generally through Silver Gate and out
over the rails. Palatka and Welaka
get a part, tho. The springs is one
of the greatest tourist and passen passenger
ger passenger traffic centers in the Inland of
Florida. .Mr. Terrell, steamer agent
and freight agent for the Ocala
Northern Railway, reports business
fine. Trading thru the river valley
is carried on by the steamer Sharp Sharpshooter,
shooter, Sharpshooter, Captain E. L. Mills, draw drawing
ing drawing on Palatka and Jacksonville for
freight stuff. Ocala the county cap capital
ital capital is much closer home but freight
rates from the Brick City are high.
The Ocklawaha (spell with a "c,"
for the word sounds in all its ro romantic
mantic romantic bounds when Indians grunt
it then "wa ha" at it) river country
from Stark's Ferry to the mouth is
the great outdoor home of some of
the most intelligent boys in Marion.
Many of the boys are professionals
in their lines of trade. One, a boy
pilot; another, an expert engineer,
several are first-class mates, and ev-
1 A 1 11 1 A.
Col. Goethals was the unanimous ery kici in. me auey kuu uu iu
choice of the Senate territorial com- j swim and skate and catch alligators
eral average for the mornings of the
summer of 1913" tabulated on the
Sharpshooter's log book foots up to
figure 74 degrees Fahrenheit.
Mr. B.,F. Condon Is-city passenger
agent in Ocala of the Yacht City of
Ocala, the daylight route, and he has
hung out a very pretty signboard.
Water cress of the Ocklawaha riv-
is an excellent green for the table.
Palmetto cabbage when served In
the Ocklawaha river form, that Is,
cooked in the river style, Is equal to
Ocala will become scented with
the cologne of the orange blossom.
Mr. Harry O. Cole, who is a resident
of the city, on Main and Jefferson
streets, has ordered from a well
known East Side nurseryman, Mr. E.
O. Cordrey, an auto load of year-old
orange buds of the famous pineapple
variety. Mr. Ccle will receive the
orange trees this week and imme immediately
diately immediately they will be set out around
Movements of River Vessels
The Sharpshooter, from Silver
Springs to Palatka; the yacht City of
Ocala, from Silver Springs to Palat Palatka;
ka; Palatka; the Hart Line steamer Okeehum Okeehum-.kee,
.kee, Okeehum-.kee, steams in today and puts out
later for Palatka. The City of Ocala
arrives in Palatka at sundown to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. The freighter, Sharpshoot Sharpshooter,
er, Sharpshooter, arrives in Palatka Wednesday
evening, after hailing Norwalk and
Welaka and intermediate points. The
Okeehumkee is due In Palatka early
Wednesday morning. The Okeehum Okeehumkee
kee Okeehumkee failed to arrive Saturday.
A. A. G.
Tom Taggart's Faction in Indiana
Reported to be Grooming Him -for
United States Senate
Indianapolis. Jan. 23. That
Thomas Taggart, Indiana's member
of the democratic national commit committee,
tee, committee, will be a candidate for United
States senator, against Senator B. F.
Shiveley at the democratic state con convention,
vention, convention, March 19, was the semi semiofficial
official semiofficial announcement made here
Conferences among Taggart's
friends have been held during the
past ten days, when it is understood
the question of his candidacy was
THE HEW EXPRESS BATES
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THEY SHOULD DECIDE
mittee as builder of the Alaska rail railroad
road railroad provided the bill passed by the
Senate last ight, according to Chair Chairman
man Chairman Pittman.
ause there could be no possible
; claim that there was any intent to
confine them against their will wiih wiih-in
in wiih-in the state or to hold them in ser-
to Tampa, the ga:n being in favor o.: x,ltc iho et9tp
Couldn't Identify Assailants
The impossibility of getting v,ii-
Other -Favorable Points j
Other points in favor of the St.!
Lucie Inlet terminus were brought j r.esses to identify the men in ,the
out in the discussion. Finally reso- crowd that assaulted Moyer is said to
lutions were agreed to, heartily en-' hav "been the main reason a "no true
S PEER I X VESTKi ATI OX
TRANSFERRED TO SAVAXXAH
Maccn, Ga., Jan. 23. Investiga Investigation
tion Investigation of charges of oSicial misconduct
ibiH" was returnel in the case.
?Ir5eJ?, i?o f
the Moyer incident is
the special grand j .-.
dorsing the advent of the T. A. & G
R. R. Co. to this coast, and the locat
inc of her terminus either in Wes
Palm Beach or at some point in Palm JJr is concerned, me ooaj ca nui j
Beach county. Much enthusiasm 1 completed its investigation of disor- j v
was displayed by Mr. Walker's auii-iers resulting frcm the copper min- j j j-ence,
ence, j-ence, and it is quite possible that this e strike. It will continue in ses- j
mav mars an epocn in me i
lower east coast of; j
S 11 FT AftD fAUiKL
VACHfClTY OF 0OL4
All these boys are songsters and the
great Grahamville wood all day long
is echoing the melodious songs. Be Besides
sides Besides being good singers the boys are
book lovers ani in spare times read
Jacksonville Metropolis: "I may
be old, but I am alive and progres progressive,
sive, progressive, and a progressive democrat at
that, and I beleive even in letting the
women vote, if they want to," was
the statement of Gen. E. M. Law, the
last surviving brigade commander of
Chickamauga, to Col. Munnerlyn and
a representative of the Florida Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis yesterday, when they were
discussing the plans for the Kirby Kirby-Smith
Smith Kirby-Smith statue for the hall of fame.
And then the old general laughed
heartily and said: "And that's just
the point. Do they want to vote?
"A few of the ladies in this state
have been very active, representing
the 'Equal Franchise League', and
they came very near to success in the
last legislature; but they have gone
at this thing wrong.
A Woman's Primary
' "Let them arrange for a primary
election to be participated in by all
the women, who if the franchise
were granted, would be legally en-
In conformity with the order of
the Interstate Commerce Commission
the following table is illustrative of
some of the differences between the
new and old rates between Ocala and
the following points:
T New York
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds $ .37 $ .75
Ten pounds 1.15 .54
Fifteen pounds . . 1.35 .72
Twenty pounds 1.65 .89
Old Rate New Rate.
Five pounds .......$ .75
Ten pounds- 1.10
Fifteen pounds .... 1.25
Twenty pounds .... .140
Old Rate New Rate-
Five pounds $ .95 $ .36-
Ten pounds ....... 1.00 .51
Fifteen pounds .... 1.15 .67'
Twenty pounds .... 1.30 .8512
Old Rate New Rate'
the best of books. Then, too, they I titled to vote. Arrange polling
Five pounds t . . $ .75
Ten pounds 1.15
Fifteen pounds .... 1.35
Twenty pounds .... 1.65
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds .65 $ .28
Ten pounds 80 .37
Fifteen pounds .... .90 .45
Twenty pounds .... 1.10 .54
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds $ .75 .36
Ten pounds 140 .52
Fifteen pounds .... 1.25 .68
Twenty pounds,.... 1.40 .84
Old Rate New Rate
vnnnir noliticians and each aadiP-aces m every vouag prevma aua
every one has a special liking fori manage them themselves. Advertise
President Woodrow Wilson, so much it far enough in advance for every
so that thev have picked out one i woman to know all about it and pre pre-nmriTit?
nmriTit? pre-nmriTit? themselves of the most stui-ipare to attend and cast her ballot.
ious, gallant to the girls and in ranK-
PUXTA GORDA SETS THE PACE
Adrian I. Jordan's Town the Health Healthiest
iest Healthiest in the State
Tampa Tribune: We would not
Mrs. Harry Peter returned Tues- j believe it if we did not see it sworn
day from a visit to Ocala. ito and attested to by the health of-
Travis Hough has accepted a po-jficer but we must accept it now as
sition with the Holder turpentine true and neraia it to tne wona:
Needham & Sons, of Ocala, have
opened a plumbing shop in the Mor- tire year 1913.
row building on Dougal avenue. And this death was a six-months-
W. H. Huffman and family are oc-!ol3 inTant, succumbing to colitis!
cupying their new home at Ohio and j Not a single grown person or child
Pennsylvania avenues. i over a year old died in Punta Gorda
The Misses Ora Durden, Marie j in the year.
j Punta Gorda, with a population of j
j-2.200, had only one death in the en- :
Grumbles and Clara Kibler and Mr.
Alec Inglis atended the play "Polly
of the Circus" Saturday night at
Mrs. John Crawford and daugh daughter
ter daughter and her sister, Miss Floyd Whit Whit-tel,
tel, Whit-tel, of Ocala, are visiting Mrs. J. W.
The W. C. T. r. met with the pres president,
ident, president, Mrs. R. H. Sanders, last week
The record takes first place in the
entire country, so far as we have
seen. The health officer says the re record
cord record is due to "Rigid sanitation, no
flies, no mosquitoes."
A death-rate of one-twentieth of
one per cent is "going some."
Call phone 453 if in need of plain
or fancy dress making.. 1-S-tf.
Three round trips a -veak
between Silver Springs and
Palatka over the beautiful
tourist route, Silver Springs
run and Oklawaha river, fam famed
ed famed :n song and story as the
most wierdly beautiful water waterway
way waterway in the world. Boat sails
from Silver Springs every
Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning at S o'clock.
Sails from Palatka every
Monday, Wednesday ani Fri Friday
day Friday at 6:30 a. m. Trips made
entirely by daylight. Elegant
a la carte service on board.
Every accommodation, con convenience
venience convenience and safety aopli aopli-ance.
ance. aopli-ance. For further information, ap apply
ply apply or write to
ing diplomacy all around ani named
him Woodrow Wilson. His name is
Ivy Long, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
II. Long, of Connor.
From the Sharpshooter s Lo?
Ecok, summer of 1912: Graham-
When the day comes their husbanls,
fathers and brothers will go with
them to see that they are protected
! and let alone, and let them cast their
votes for or against. They can make
it a secret ballot if they with.
"When the ballots are counted and
the returns maie they will thems themselves
elves themselves know how the women of the
state stand cn the eiual franchise
- i o n-o t-c i o Inner clim 1
s. . .t I question, and if the vote is a majcri-
V wierd scenic way and it comes m out i UCv-li"
'4ot the DSisy highly into and overi they have clmchei the
the oIi,3 green stream to the How-lenient of politieuns that on!5 a
Five pounds .
Ten pounds ....... .55
Fifteen pounds .". .65
Twenty pounds 70
Five pounds I .65
Ten pounds SO
Fifteen pounds .... .90
Twenty rounds .... 1.10
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds $ .75 $ .35
Ten j ound3 1.10 .49
Fifteen pounds .... 1.25 .64
Twenty pounds .... 1.40 .73
Old Rate New Rate
ard mansion at the big live oak. It
is probably the wierdest of the riv river,
er, river, and at night it is the noisest.
Sturdy scrub cattle, black alligators,
swamp rabbits, snakes and a com
plete battalion of frogs come out
few women want to vote.
"I tell you, if they can go before
the legislature with such evidence as
that no man will longer dare to de decline
cline decline the request for a constitutional
amendment allowing women to vote
.I &lrPr: the way", night Mrd, Florida ana further, with such a
C. (Ed) Carmiciiael,
fiit about and all the languages of
the deep are heard. Even the ferry ferryboat
boat ferryboat is never still. It wabbles about
with the river undertow and its
anchor chain scrapes the gunnels and
a sound that makes one's hair stand
on end ensues. Old-time colored
river pilots who sleep on their ves vessels
sels vessels hear these sounds blended, and
X although they know them, uneasy is
.5. thpir Plumber, for the hants come
showing, when the vote on the con
stitutional amendment is held, there
will be mighty few men in the state
who will vote against what a proven
majority of the women of his state
Five pounds $ .70
Ten pounds 1.00
Fifteen pounds .... 1.10
Twenty pounds .... 1.25
Food products carried
lower rate3. For further informa
ticn, telephone or write,
GEO. T. MAUGHS,
Agent, Ocala, Fla.
Savannah News: There is always
One night a photographer a lot of talk about the cost of bat-
WpIIpi rimit!21Pl Vjrestei here over in the skating rinn tiesnips dui accormus -
ar.rl tne nexi sun ue suuivt; ji a mysi i iu -a.j t-..a
A to mind.
Silver Springs, Fla.
' Ctiarles Rodolf.
SILVER SPRINGS CO.
Ocala. Silver Snrinsr Palatka !t!
ruliar sound frcm the "crossway.
sounded like this: "Oh, sister:
;ha. ha, ha." And it was repeated
! several times, he said. "Might" have
been Huppa, the owl," I said; "go
The weather reckoning on a gen-
spent on moving pictures every year
as is spent on the navy. The navy
is business, moving pictures serve
pleasure. A nation that-spends a
1 mountain of nickles and dimes to see
the movies should not lock up its
purse when the navy is not adequate
for the people's needs.
Atlanta, Jan. 25. "The sum you
are accused of taking is small, but I
am determined to break up this high highway
way highway robbery business if I can," said
Judge Ben. H. Hill in the superior
court, yesterday, as he centenced A.
F. Aikens to ten years in the peni penitentiary
tentiary penitentiary for robbing a countryman of
Aikens who is best known as
"Skinny" met E. S. Hill on the
street cne night and threatened to
chop him into small pieces unless he
gave up all his money. Hill handed
over ?5 which was all he had.
K. of P. meet tonight.
THE OCALA EVENUU STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1914
AT SUMMERFI ELD
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It. R. Carroll, Geenvl Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflrte as-second clas3 matter.
One year, 'in advance., $5.00
Biz months, in advance.... 2.50
Three months, in advance.. 1.25
One month, in advance.... .50
One year, in advance .$8.00
Six month3, in advance.... 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
A very good way to obtain any anything
thing anything you want Ms to make people
believe you do not want' it.
Colonel Goethals will make a big
mistake if he accepts the office of
police commissioner of New York.
That Alaska railway will be the
first experiment on a large scale of
government ownership of railways in
the United States.
ance sometimes does bring prosper prosperity
ity prosperity to a good man, and we are glad to
see they have brought it to 'Gene.
LIGHT WANTS A SEAT IN
THE NATIONAL LEGISLATURE
Even in the past ages it was only
a matter of time before aviation
should have been discovered. Man
has always had a tendency to go up
in the air.
Since Huerta is so fond of kissing
men, why not send Hobson as ambas ambassador
sador ambassador to Mexico ? Times Union.
We always knew the T. U. disliked
Hobson, but we didn't suppose it was
so dreadfully vindictive as the fore foregoing
going foregoing would indicate.
, Some people over in Pensacola
are suing the Journal, Frank Mayes
paper, for $80,000 for libel. Judg Judging
ing Judging by the reports in the papers, the
Journal has been telling things about
a certain big contract, and while we
Are too far off to pass any judgment
.in the matter, it has always seemed
to us, that the Journal was a careful
and conservative paper.
A number of the friends of Mr.
Lonis. AV. Duval are urging him to
enter the congressional contest. Mr.
Duval is a very popular man, and
has all the qualifications of a gen genuine
uine genuine statesman. Judging by what
the Star knows of his views, it thinks
he would not be willing to enter the
race. If he does, he can carry his
home county with a rush, and if the
people of the' other counties knew
him afe well as those of Marion, he
.could win in a walk.
Our friend Light, the sawed-off
solon, who now helps to represent
Marion in the Florida House of Rep Representatives,
resentatives, Representatives, was in to see us Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon, and showed us a let letter
ter letter from Congressman L'Engle, ad advising
vising advising him to make the race for
Mr. .Light is a farmer statesman,
the principal plank in his platform
is that "the farmer feeds them all,"
and the prosperity of the farmer is
the basis of all national prosperity.
If Light can win and hold the farm farmer
er farmer vote of the second district, he will
have a walk-over and a cinch.
Its the Star's opinion that a gen genuine,
uine, genuine, well-informed, broad-mmded
farmer would make the best sort of
a representative either in state or
national legislatures. The farmers
of 'America, however, are not given
to Voting as a class, and we should
not like to prophesy that any far farmer
mer farmer who becomes a candidate is
sure of receiving even the majority
of their votes.
Mr. W. C. Grimes of Dallas was in
the city today buying seed from the
Ocala Seed Store. Among other
crops, amounting to over 100 acres,
Mr. Grimes has plainted 32 acres of
tomatoes. He said the planting was
extensive in the Summerfield and
Dallas sections and the acreage would
be larger this year than ever before.
A -BIG BEAN CROP
There will be a very large acreage
of early beans planted in Marion
county this spring. Besides many of
the planters getting their seed thru
other sources and direct from seed
houses, the Ocala Seed Store has sold
$4,000 worth of bean seed to plant planters
ers planters and could have sold at least an
other thousand dollars worth if the
seed could have been obtained. The
bean crop has been short all over the
United States and seed beans are
scarce and high.
In handling all business entrusted to us with the utmost efficiency and dispatch
makes our banking service valuable to the people of the! community. Your ac account
count account subject to check is cordially invited.
lime Mumniirofc & OttMimM'iSS mmk
"THE BEST IN BANKIWHlnAf
Surplus a&Jtkoflts, 035,000.00.
Farmers business in Marion and adjoining counties ;esiaiiy;invited.'
A NEW MACHINE ADDED
The business of Carter's Bakery
is growing so rapidly that nearly ev
ery month sees some addition to the
mechanical end of the institution.
All the machinery in the place is
operated by electricity, and the lat
est addition is a bread moulding ma
chine, which was installed a few days
ago. The capacity of this machine is
over one loaf a second. When there
is anything in sight that will assist
in making his establishment more
proficient Mr. T. C Carter, the
hustling proprietor, is not long in
making up his mind that it shall
work for him.
MAY LOCATE IN MARION
It is said that Secretary Bryan
has intimated that his lifelong am ambition
bition ambition has been to be a member of
the United States Senate. If Mr.
Bryan will establish his residence in
Florida and make his home in Mi Mi-;aml,
;aml, Mi-;aml, this state will send him to the
Senate eight years hence, with the
greatest pleasure, and will keep him
there as long as he may desire to
hold the office. Miami Herald.
Well, now,. we don't know. The
Bryan 'we have in the Senate now
was born in Florida and is serving
the state pretty well. Let's not
promise his job to anybody as long
as he does his duty.
A citizen of St. Augustine made
the mistake the ther day, of writ writing
ing writing to Congressman L'Engle and ask asking
ing asking him to have the republican post postmaster
master postmaster in the ancient city removed,
giving Mr. L'Engle to understand
that a number of votes depended on
his action. Mr. L'Engle's answer,
thru "Dixie," was warm enough to
scorch the paper, and was a plain in intimation
timation intimation that he does not desire any anyone
one anyone to approach him with anything
that looks like a bid for his influ influ-ence.
ence. influ-ence. About what we should have
expected from Claude.
Twenty-one years ago last Decem December,
ber, December, the editor of the Star, then a
printer, with Eugene Mathews, on an
Ocala daily paper, headed a strike in
order to make the proprietor pay
'Gene some of his well earned and
unjustly withheld back wages.
Shortly after, 'Gene went to Starke,
and took hold ; of the Telegraph,
which he has since built into one
of the best weeklies in the state.
And now we see that 'Gene can qual qualify
ify qualify for a plute, being the president of
a bank. Well industry and persever-
COLD BOILED HAM
COLD BOILED OX TONGUE
0. K. TEA-POT
PHONES 16 and 174
It has been carefully impressed on
the people of America and Europe
that the Japanese were so intensely
patriotic that their public service
was entirely free from graft. The
arrest of several Japanese army offi officers
cers officers the other day, for selling sup supplies
plies supplies entrusted to their care, goes to
show that the yellow heathen are no
better than other people. The dis dishonesty
honesty dishonesty of Japanese tradesmen is a
by-word in the East, and the extra extraordinary
ordinary extraordinary patriotism of their soldiers
and sailors has probably existed
principally in their own boasts and
the credulity of those not very well
acquainted with them.
The Star respectfully recommends
the street committee of the city
council to take an auto ride over
Exposition street. The smoothest
place on it between the end of the
brick paving and Fausett's store is
the Seaboard crossing, where one
bump coming up counteracts another
coming down. Over the rest of the
route, the bumps are not so symmet symmetrically
rically symmetrically placed. Riding a churn in an
auto or wagon over the street would
make butter come- in a hurry, and
as there is a great deal of traffic
over it, it should be put and kept in
A party of Illinois citizens who
are looking over Florida for a loca location
tion location were accompanied to Ocala to today
day today by Messrs. H. Neidernhoefer and
Chas. E. Howell of Lowell. They
arrived at Lowell Friday and have
been the guests of Mr. Neidernhoefer
a former neighbor, and left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for the southern part of the
state, to return in about ten days.
The party consists of Messrs. H.
Strunckmeyer, J. Krictemeyer and A.
Krictemeyer of Nashville, 111., and
Mr. Ed. Newman, of Griggsville, 111.
The latter gentleman has been here
before and his glowing accounts' of
our section is in a large measure re responsible
sponsible responsible for the visit of the others.
We shall be pleased to welcome
these gentlemen as residents of our
CLARK WOKE 'EM UP
. Washington Post, Jan. ,22: "The
late 'Bob' Taylor, with one excep exception,
tion, exception, was the only man I ever heard
who could arouse a sleeping banquet
crowd into animation," said Sig. M.
Goodman, a business man of Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, at the Raleigh. "Representa "Representative
tive "Representative Frank Clark, of Florida is the
exception," he continued. "Last
Monday night in Baltimore, Mr.
Clark was programed as one of the
speakers at the annual dinner of the
Society of Confederate Veterans of
Maryland. For more than 40 years
since 1S71 the late James L.
Kernan of Baltimore, gave an annual
dinner to commemorate Lee's birth birthday.
day. birthday. Mr. Kernan died last year, but
his executors, carrying out his cus custom,
tom, custom, repeated the banquet this year.
There were numerous speakers, and
as is usual on occasions of this kind,
there were some speakers who took
no heed of the fleeting 'hours, and
they talked and talked.
"When in the early hours of the
morning, Mr. Clark was called upon
to speak, he demurred, because he
believed that the rest of the diners
were as tired as he was. The toast-
master, J. Fred C. Talbott, however,
insisted that Ir. Clark speak, and
within "a minute after he had begun,
he had aroused the banqueters to a
pitch of enthusiasm almost marvel marvelous.
ous. marvelous. It seemed that he struck a re responsive
sponsive responsive chord for he certainly awak awakened
ened awakened those sleepy Marylanders as no
other speaker of the evening had
CARD OF THANKS
For the kindness of neighbors and
friends to us during the illness and
death 'of our baby Reba, we extend
thanks and appreciation.
J. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Coyle.
' Mrs W. E. Fosnot and family.
MRS. W. T. ROGERS
Mrs. W. T. Rogers, who was tak-,
en to the hospital on Dec. 24th f&r
treatment, died last night. Mclverj
& MacKay prepared the body for
shipment to Rupert, Ga. Mrs'. Rog Rogers
ers Rogers with her husband has made her
home at Oak for the past three years.
THE GLOWING ELECTRIC GRILL
boils, : broils, fries, and toasts
With ElGrillo you can prepare a dainty vfcreair fast oufrkiv rirht nr.
the table. -the cost? -less than mecei&We electricity that Is used.
COnnwt tCk n n V orollaHlA olAJ.'r v'f;;iif'ft','.' :
light socket and turn on the current;
and the coils instantly tunr cherry
The interchangeable u tensils take
full advantage of the heat.
Any two cooking operations can be!
carried on simultaneously.
Heating element in El ElGrillo
Grillo ElGrillo is guaranteed for
five years. Price $5
Ask for demonstration.
H. W. TUCKER,
PI nmbiiig ? (Wd Electrical Contractor.
That heating apparatus on Trox Trox-ler's
ler's Trox-ler's counter is a good example of
the convenience and economy of
electricity. If a customer wants a
hot drink, the clerk" turns on "the
current and has hot water by the
time he can make the other prep
arations. When hot water Isn't
needed, the apparatus is costing
nothing. Every household should
be supplied with such things, and
will be if Ocala people continue to
receive cheap current.
Frank's big advertisement crowds
the Star's space today, and Frank's
big store is crowded with customers
who are taking advantage of the
prices set forth on pages four and
five. Marcus has more good things
in proportion this sale than ever before.
is nothing duitef
A bride as 8teilvei
Apart from thVq iSty which
is hieh here, and the chasteness &
ot tne patterns wraca can be seen
at a dance, it is twfetant to know
tliat the prices are 3f)6t extravagant.
Our jewelry- store Is flUte best place in the
county to get euesttoa&Jfor weddincr presents.
We have made a study o flTgift question." It is our
business to know what
for various gift occasions.
Choose YovufiGifts Here
The Star sincerely regrets to learn
of the death of the bright little year-
old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Goodyear,
Drop in and 11 uf ss!t you
cnootnsr your -welding
cnts let us prore to
Born Jan. 25, 1759; Died July 21,
O Robert Burns, we miss you not!
Though many years ago
Death struck his fatal blow and laid
The Pride of Scotland low;
Yet all he could take of you
Was but your mortal part part-Have
Have part-Have we not still your spirit, Burns?
Have we not still your heart?
Death cannot touch' what is divine;
Nor would he ever dare
To rob the world of what was best
In Robert Burns of Ayr.
Death's part of you, your dust, he hid
Beneath your native sod,
But we will keep the best of you,
That came direct from God.
'Tis an eternal heritage,
Which to the world belongs,
This spirit and this heart of yours,
In all your deathless songs.
Magazines and books at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. 1-24
Mr. A. A. Vandenbrok, the North j
Ocala cigar manufacturer, says his
factory is now working its full capac- j
ity,' and that business is on the rapid i
up-grade. We trust that this state
of affairs will continue to such an ex- j
tent that "Van" will be compelled to
double his capacity within the next
Ao Eo IBUMMETT
In response to a Star representa representative's
tive's representative's query "How's business?" Mr.
J. N. Tolar of the furniture house of
McLaughlin & Tolar said that busi business
ness business is getting better every day.
Early this morning he sold several
handsome bills of goods to out of the
county customers. He is expecting a
solid car of one kind of furniture to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, of -which he will have more
to say in the Star's advertising col columns
umns columns in a few days.
Opposite A. C. L. Station.
THE SPLURGE ADVERTISEMENT
IT'S A BADLY
that, is beyond our skill. We have
even repaired some that had attack attacked
ed attacked a stone wall or a locomotive. So
don't say 3our auto is done for until
we have had a look at it. We take
especial pride in restoring machines
that others have declared impossible
17 N. Main Street.
What would we say of the manu manufacturer
facturer manufacturer who built a fire under his
boiler, then went off and alldwed the
fire to die out, expectinghis mill to
run all day on that one fire? And
yet there are advertisers who make
"one time" splurges or takes "trial
ads," and then, because business
does not keep them up nights, say
"advertising doesn't pay." How
about the farmer who plants corn
and then sits down to wait for the
crop? He would be expected to say
that "farming doesn't pay." And
yet there are advertisers who plant
seed of an ad and think their work
is done. To such people advertising
does not pay and never will. Adver Advertising
tising Advertising i3 the fire under te business
boiler which must be tended and
kept hot to produce the results
sought. It is the seed planted which,
properly nurtured and tended, will
spring up and bear fruit "some
twenty, some thirty and some one
hundred fold." Agricultural Adver-
TWENTY-ONE-MEAL TICKETS, 5.25.
B. B. BAUM, Proprietor.
$ SINGLE MEALS THIRTY-FIVE CENTS.
1 A ........ A.
We are equipped with the Latest, Largest, Best Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.
All work Guaranteed to ye First-Class.
Bring us your Casings and Tabes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tabes bought.
FISK and FIRESTONE TIRES
of all sizes and rims, always in stock
DA VIES, The Tire Man
Phone 438. OCALA, FLORIDA Main St., near Postofflce,
ACCURACY J SECURITY
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
Marion County AbstracijCompany
GR All AM BROTHERS, Lessees,
& OCALA FLA.
First consideration and especial attention given to small Imcta.
IT (S TIME TO VAKE UP
B. PARTRIDGE, JR. DAVID S. WOODROW
E. L. WITHERS
The best place to hide money is where they have
vaults for safely protecting it. Every week we see
newspaper accounts ;,pf; people having been robbed.
Sugar-bowls, rag-bags under the carpet, behind pic pictures
tures pictures and all of those other places where people con conceal
ceal conceal their money, are well-known to burglars. Hide
it in OUR BANK, then you know you can get it
wnen you want it.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interna n Savings Accounts
SI Iff fahrwara
a ft 5 5 Ji H j-.
8 R. ISILff flU BX
BUV A NEW PATENT WASHER A XI) SOME XKW DESIGN
IRONS AND LESSEN THE WEEKLY BURDEN OF THAT HATED
WASHING IS THE HARDEST WORK A WOMAN CAN DO; SHE
SHOULD HAVE EVERY CONVENIENCE THAT WILL MAKE
IT EASIER AND SAVE HER HEALTH.
COME AND SEE OUR "TOOLS" FOR THE LAUNDRY, WHICH
WILL LIGHTEN THE HARD WORK.
non Mariware Co.
Phone 118, Oeala, Fla.,
COOL SPELL SUGGESTIONS.
Come wind, come snow, let Boreas blow, with robes like these
your body will glow. We have the largest and most up-to-date
and down-to-the-minute line of laprobes for auto and buggy that
was ever brought to this part of Florida. We have overstocked
our store in them, and our greed in buying will be your gain in
coin, as we are going to sell them out at ridiculously low prices.
We also have a complete line of rain goods for your bodily pro protection
tection protection better than insurance and doctors.
Ilusiness Men TI?ruout this Territory
Murt be Present at Rate
Hearing March 3
j Palaka, Fla., Jan. 16, 1914.
Mr. Edwin Spencer, J,, Oeala, Fla.
My dear Mr. Spencer: I note you
'are going to be present at the long
and short haul hearing before the
; state railroad commission, and I
1 want to commend you for following
j this tbing up. More power to you
1 2nd may you put them to Sight,
j With best wishes for yourself,
Mrs. Spencer and Edwin III., I am,
j Sincerely yours,
W. A. Russell.
I P. S. I am going to reproduce
jthe Star's editorial on this hearing;
j anything you care to say, write me
i for publication; I would dearly love
j to have a hand in making state-wide
j sentiment for Edwin Spencer.
W. A. R.
Live Board of Traie Forn:pd in the
MonTris-hing City of Waldo
Waldo, Fla., Jan. 26, 1914.
Editor Star: Our little city real-j
iz'ng tba: "if we wanted to grow, i
we must tegin a campaign ot public-i
ani we could not think
of a bet-
Editor Star: I do not believe the
larger proportion of our business
men throughout tho territory em embraced
braced embraced in this hearing before the
j railroad commission on March 3rd
are awake to what this means to our
i state. Won't you just stop and, think
j how we are being discriminate 1
i against as to freight rates? It seems
to me if our people would only take
time to look this matter square in
the face, there would be such an up
rising, getting together, bringing of
freight bills for excessive amounts
paid and by furnishing this data and
I evidence it would enable Mr. Spen Spen-jcer
jcer Spen-jcer to make such a strong and con-
j elusive array of proof that our com
mission cannot do other than force
the railroads to meet this long and
! short haul act. Remember in unity
there is strength. Divided we will
fail. Everyone should respond; get
your freight receipts together, and
any other information bearing on
this vital question. If you do not
fully understand just what is wanted,
or what you can do to aid in this
hearing, write to Edwin Spencer, Jr.,
or to me as secretary of the Board ot
Trade, or confer with Mr. Spencer,
and we will give all the information
we can. The railroad companies
will have their best rate men and
shrewdest legal talent to present
their side of the question. The law
has been passed and now we want to
enforce it. Then we must come pre prepared
pared prepared to prove our contention that
we are discriminated against. Don't
wait until by lack of cooperation and
support this law becomes inopera-
I tive and then, as in the past, say,
"If Ocala only had rates" we would
grow. Take advantage of this op opportunity,
portunity, opportunity, uphold the hands of the
man that put the long and short haul
act in our statutes. Help to win the
victory. J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
TRAPPED A BLIND TIGER
Marshal Brigance and Policeman
Koonce did a neat piece of work
yesterday, capturing a blind tiger
that has been contributing to disor disorder
der disorder in Jacobsville for some time.
The officers went over in that ter territory
ritory territory to quell a disturbance, and
suspicious of its cause, they nabbed
Israel Brown, on whom they found
two bottles of booze. Now it is con conceded
ceded conceded that a private citizen exceeds
his rights when he carries more than
one package, so the officers searched
further and soon discovered that
Brown had quite a respectable, or
rather disreputable, stock on hand.
Brown, this morning, was turned
over to the county by Recorder Iz Iz-lar.
lar. Iz-lar. and Judge Smith laid a fine on
him that will blanket his blind tigei
profits for quite a while.
COLONEL GOETIIALS WILL
STAY WITH THE CANAL
EiiT . huh
The Management of DR. McCLANE
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 run
strictly ethical lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333.
Panama. Jan. 2G. Colonel Geo.
W. Gcetlials emphatically says that
he cannot accept the post of New
York commissioner of .police until
after the completion and successful
operation of the Panama canal. Even
if all conditions'he has imposed were
complied with, it is said this will
keep him on the Isthmus for another
Jackson, Mich., Jan. 26. Five
persons were killed and possibly a
score injured last night when Mich Michigan
igan Michigan Central train Xo. 70 from Sagi Saginaw,
naw, Saginaw, due here at 10:10, collided
head-on with a freight train about
three miles outside the city.
The baggage car and one coach of
the pasenger train were telescoped
and every passenger in the coach
either was killed or injured.
Auction Lot -Sales a Specialty.
Huntington, West Va.f and Ocala, Florida.
Anywhere Everywhere Anytime
ter way than by organizing a board
of trade. At the suggestion cf our
fellowtownsman, Mr. Arthur Brown,
we called up J. D. Rooney, secretary
of the Marion County Beard of Trade
at Ocala and extended him an invita invitation
tion invitation to be present Saturday evening
at a meeting of our citizens. He was
met by a special committee of five
and taken to the hotel for supper,
afterwards assembling with, our peo-J f
pie. The first of the meeting was!
taken up in nominating two candi- j
dates for city aldermen. When this "t
was over, Mr. Rooney was introduced j
to the gathering by Mr. Hogan. For ywyv KM-Vj MSe
an hour the subject of boards of(
trades, their worth, what they mean
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS.
Watch this space for particulars of this valuable
body of Marion County's richest lands, which will
soon be offered for sale.
in the development of the resources
of a town or community, were force forcefully
fully forcefully presented, interspersed with
some very telling pointers to our lit little
tle little city. The speaker did not mince
his language, but boldly asserted
facts as to how our own town should
get together, and gave us some raps
that brought forth splendid applause,
but had the right results. 1
Several of our strongest men fol followed
lowed followed with short talks endorsing
what had been said.
Mr. Rooney fully explained the
methods of organization and had sev several
eral several copies cf the Marion County
Board cf Trade constitution and by bylaws
laws bylaws and assisted in putting the or organization
ganization organization in movement. The follow following
ing following were elected as first officers and
governors: M. W. Hogan, president;
E. B. Parke, vice president; J. E.
Weimer, secretary and treasurer.
Governors, T. B. Williams, E. W.
Milliken, J. M. Boring, E. Ranault,
J. R. Boring. j
The president and secretary of the
Gainesville board of trade were elect-;
ed honorary members at suggestion ;
of Secretary Rooney. Before finish- i
ing up a special vote of thanks and;
life membership was voted to Mr. j
Rooney for his valuable assistance 1
and advice. i
uur town nas ceen given a new
impetus and this portion of Alachua
county intends to develop her latent
resources. We congratulate our sis sister
ter sister county the city of Ocala in hav having
ing having such a man at the helm. We can
only bespeak success. He has truly
been called a "Florida booster." The
right advice was given, plans and
methods shown. It is up to Waldo
to make good. Do what Rooney saysi
and we will. X. Y. Z.
AX INTERESTING EXHIBIT
"Seeing Mexico" is a Very Instruc Instructive
tive Instructive Thing to See
A Star reporter this morning went
thru the car containing exhibits of
Mexico, which is now in Ocala, and
will be found most of the time on
the A. C. L. sidetrack alongside of
A very complete little exposition
has been packed Into the car. It
contains pictures of the principal
Mexican cities and most noted land landscapes,
scapes, landscapes, the people and their costumes
and dwellings, illustrations of the
flora and fauna and many articles of
Mexican handiwork. It will pay
anyene to put in an hour or more
looking thru the car.
A MEETING OF INTEREST
On next Friday, January 30. be
ginning at 9:30 a. m., there will be;
an all-day meeting of the women in interested
terested interested in the great world-wide
subject cf missions held at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church in this city.
The speakers from a distance will
be Xi3 Kathleen Mallcry of Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, corresponding secretary of
woman's work of the Southern Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Convention; Miss Sallie Priest, a
returned missionary from China;
Mrs. H. C. Peelman of Jacksonville,
corresponding secretary of Baptist
woman's work in Florida, and Mrs.
X. C Wamboldt, of Jacksonville,
president of the Woman's Missionary
Union of Florida.
Ocala will be indeed honored to
have such brilliant and distinguished
women as her guests.
GOETHAES FOR GOVEKXOR
COTTAGE FOR REXT My cot cottage
tage cottage on South Third street next
door west of the primary school
house, all modern conveniences, is
for rent at $20 per month. R. R.
Of Canal Till It is Complete, and
Then Head Railway Huilder
Waashington, Jan. 26. Colonel
George W. Goethals will be made
civil governor of the canal zone and
n-hon ha trcts thrnilffh with his Work
I there an effort will be made to have
j him construct the proposed Alaskan
I railway. This is the opinion ex ex-'
' ex-' pressed by several persons close to
j the administration.
We are Malting a Big Reduction in Our
it it i II i i i i i i.
We have selected our brands, and they have
been blended according to our own formulas, and
come to us direct from the importers in the green
berry. In the store we roast and grind the coffee,
the day you receive it. It is the best coffee that
Ocala has ever had for th money.
Our First Product at 30c a Pound
Our Brick City at 40 cents a Pound
Cannot be excelled. Are you using it?
SO VIE LATE ARRIVALS :
New Florida Svrup, 50 cents a gallon.
New Barrel of Dill Pickels.
Sweet and Sour Cucumber Pickles, not mixed.
All kinds of New Crop Nuts.
Have you tried the Phillipino Nut?
Choice Florida Sugar Cured Bacon.
Quaker Corn Flakes, 3 packages for 25 cents.
A CARLOAD of S far Stock and Star
Poul'ry Foods Just Received. Nothing bet better
ter better or more economical for your stock or
an honest man may hare a bad tide through no fault of his owb"
a good man does not always mean a good title
nien pass away, titles run on forerer.
an abstract of title is the only means by which you can determine
whether you are buying land or a lawsuit
orida title & abstract company,
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Merchant's Block, Ocala
Sheet music, vocal and instru instrumental,
mental, instrumental, at Tke Murray Co. 1-24
FURNISHED ROOOMS WANTED
Three to four furnished rooms, or
a small cottage wanted. Address M.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
s For sale 50 improved farms.
ID to bUO acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
so Also 2,000 acres cut-over land;
well located; fine truck and
orange section. Write for
description and prices. Come
JOHN L. DAVIS.
He is the fellow who
set the town talking about
our store last August. He
will cause them to talk
more in thic sale. You
will hear his sound daily
for 24 days. Every time
you hear his voice you
will know that it means
great values for you.
Come in and Get Acquainted
With BIG BEN.
mri A "?VT'?srir9r, fl O-rU lf?TI nS 1 TO tttS Tn 5 tti inr RTThTXTTTh A W T
F.vpvthina in Men's, Women's an a Children's Winter Wearing apparel must be sold in this
on this page. No goods will be sent out on approval. No goods wiill be charged. Everything sold fc
One oi the features ol tt?e BIG BEN SALts is tne aauy uaii-uour specials, fcvery morning oeu-J
tar below the wholesale costo! manufacture. You will una uic specials ior me next live days m in
This sale is worth
as everything ad advertised
vertised advertised will positi positively
vely positively be sold, j
Ladies' $1.00 Hand
made Avia- EQ
tion Caps t)W
Ladies' 50c Hand
made Avia- 'IQr
tion Caps Ziv
Fall size Chrocheted
Bed Spread, $1.50
18xJ3 inch Hiick
Towels, special in
this sale for.. -7 L
Men's full size Hem
stitched Hand Handkerchiefs
kerchiefs Handkerchiefs for
18 x 18 inch Highly
per doz Otcv
58 inch Table Da Damask,
mask, Damask, regular 29c
grade at per Qr
All Linen Torchon
Laces, assorted wid widths,
ths, widths, values to
10c at per yd
Sale starts IMonday
Jauary 26 and ends
21. No continuation
Look lor the
"BIG BEN" SIGNS
Don't forget the
Date and Place
Soft finish, yd. wide, worth $1.40
Mai in Hour Specials fioip dHne IMesdl IFflW
Look for the
Tuesday, Jan. 27th,
32-inch Dress Gingham
This is a good 10c. fast colored
tlress gingham. During this half half-hour
hour half-hour we will sell
6 Yards for 25c
Only One Pattern to a Customer
10 TO. 10:30 A. M. ONLY
Wednesday, Jan., 28th,
Torchon and Val Laces
We will put on sale assorted
widths in laces worth up to 15c a
3tc PER YARD
Limit 15 Yards to a Customer
10 TO 10:30 A. M. ONLY
We will put in
this sale the re remainder
mainder remainder of our
Fall and Winter
tHat sold up to
This is some value.
Look for the Big
This is something
that is nearly out
of style, but at the
prices you can cer certainly
tainly certainly put one to
A few Ladies' Long Black
Capes that sold up to $6.50,
will go in this sale at
In this sale there are also a
few short capes of various
materials that sold up to
At only 40c
Men's E. & W. $1.50 and $2.00 Shirts d1 OP
in this sale at Vl
Special lot of $1.00 and $125 Shirts to go
in this sale at onlv I wC
A few 75c. and 50c. Shirts must go in this
Boston Garters, the 25 cent kind, in this 1 (
sale only 1C
Men's 50c Silk Neck Ties, will be sold in
this sale for only
Men's Heavy Blue Chambray Work Shirts
Special lot of Men's Hats, values up to AtZ
$3.00, only J 1 .HrO
"A few Men's $1.50 Felt Hats, will go in theAP
sale at JJ C
Men's $1.50 Flannel Overshirts, in this QCr
sale at. vOC
Men's Earl & Wilson Collars will be sold in Q
this sale for A C
Ladies 35c. Ribbed Shirts or Drawers,
MALINE MAKE, at only
Ladies 50c. Bleached Ribbed Shirts or
Drawers, MALINE MAKE, at only. .
Ladles 75c. Ribbed Union Suits, MALINE
MAKE, patented, at only ..
Children's 25-cent Ribbed Shirts or Draw Drawers
ers Drawers in this sale
Children's Ribbed 25c Union Suits, well
made, at only.
Children's Bleached Ribbed Union Suits,
MALINE MAKE, 50c value, at only.
For 24 Days Only
One special lot of skirts, containing
values up to $3.00 will go in M jj
this sale at -
Another lot of the very latest effects in
Skirts, some of the very best we had this
season, values up to $7 now jg (JQ
We have a very large assortment of
waists that will go in this sale. Our best
one is a large line that sold ub to QQr
$2, which will go in this sale at vOt
We would like to sell every
Suit and Overcoat in our store. If
the public only knew how imuch
the prices have been cut, the stock
would go in less time than it takes
to write these words.
Men's Suits, made up to now and in intended
tended intended to sell for d1 1 QC
$20, in this sale. vl
Men's Suits, the Frankel $15.00
Suit, the best made for the money,
to go in this sale for dQ QC
Men's Suits, exceptionally good $10
and $12.50 values, in
sale for only
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Men's Suits. We have a large as assortment,
sortment, assortment, some will have to be
sold in this sale at
Men's Overcoats. We can't tell you
about it here, but the d0 AC
$5 and $6.50 kind are
Men's Overcoats, full length, all
kinds, $7.50 to $10.00 values, to
go in this sale for
Men's Overcoats, Black and Gray,
some waterproof, worth up to
$12.00, in this sale far nr
Men's Overcoats, the best in the
store, some unfinished worsteds,
all worth up to. $15,
in this sale
Serpentine Crepes, known the wd
over, 19c values at per i
Duckling Fleece, best for kimoi
usual 20c values, at per
yard i ....... XI
9-4 Unbleached Pepperell Sheet
-sc vaiue, tms sale per
36-inch Cotton Ratine Dress Go
avc vaiues, epeciai in this
sale per yard
Toile Du Nord Dress Ginghams, (
oest made, in this sale
only per yard
Fast Colored Dress Ginghi
ioc value In this sale
Linen Finish Chambray, all
10c values, eale price
35c Brassiers, made
very good, spec-
ial in this sale UV
Ladies' Colored Silk
Petticoats C1 QQ
special for tp 1 O
A few odds and ends
of Men's and Boys'
Coats, some sold up to
$3, some slightly JQr
damaged at tw
Vests for Men, they
are from suits and are
worth up to $2, spec special
ial special in this sale 1 Zr
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WBNG, JANUARY 26th, ai 9 o'clock, and Lasting 24 Days!
1 A.TiZ sv f
iiu&niipy win ui'iearricu over. rvery tinny as an rpiatsu win uc iruaitivviy suiu tceaa every price
h at these priced. Yonr money refunded for an fittem you are displeased with. i;
t: iiuurs 01 ju an.niu:3( o ciock, mere win oe somoarucuiar niit: ui merciianuise o:iereo tne public
ertlsement. The fclher specials will be announced ms Ihe days draw nearer.
)aysj Oig Ben Will GIvK ttBuo
pursday, Jan. 29th,
We win the balance of ur.
ock of Solid, Fane j and Motledf
ntlrtrr Plinth Is !-. t ,1 n I
l?ma at .'.
rd seiner .Yard M
Limit o VifeJ to a- Cu ,Umijr
iO TO iif A. M. ONLY
Are on these
goods from 6:30
; a. ml to 7 p. m.
90-inch linen Sheeting Mens Work Shirts
Suitable for Suits, Skirts and numer numerous
ous numerous other uses, worth $1.25 (iure
linen) at only &
T 5Sc Per Yard
Limit 3 Yards to a Customer'
IO TO 10:30 A. M. ONLY
Saturday, Jan. 31st,
Real Blue Bell Chambray Work
1 Shirts. Cut full and very best make;
two pockets and faced sleeves. Sells
for 50 cents the world over, at
Limit 3 Shirty, to a Customer
IO TO loittO A. 31. ONLY
HEAVY YEILOW HOMESPUN
lood for numerous hoilsehold
pukposes, yard wide, wfrth 7c
a yard, for only :
We havS selected a few
airs ofaits which we ex ex-ect
ect ex-ect .to rilake a big drive
n in.this BIG BEN Sale.
pen's Work Pants, Blue Serge, $1.50 val- fQ
ues, in this sale only' tOL
' m$ Ey'
special lot of Pants that sold at $2.00
to $2.50, in this sale at
L few odds and ends. Some of these
Pants sold up to $4.00, at only. .
k. very large assortment in this lot. They are all
wool Worsteds and sold up to $5.00, t0 QQ
bcjfr't Pass our Pants Values.
We Alter Free of Charge.
Men's Heavy Fleece Lined Shirts or
Drawers, the 50c. kind, at only
Men's Real Heavy Ribbed Shirts or Draw Drawers,
ers, Drawers, the best 50c. grade at only
Men's Medium weight Ribbed Shirts or
Drawers, a good 50c value, at only.
"Men's 3oc. Ribbed Shirts or Drawers, a
good cheat) garment, at only
Boy's medium weight Bleached Ribbed
Shirts or Drawers, our 25c. seller at.
BIG BEN BARGAINS
U-n Suiting (all) Linen, 48 inches
ide, o9c value, price per A f
on Flannel, Unbleached, real
jpc values, in this sale per
1 Heavy Canton Flannel, good
pc value, special sale f f
pice per yard lut
$1.25 Blankets or Comforts
$1.50 Blankets or Comforts
$2 Blanktets or Comforts
$2.50 Blankets or Com Comforts
forts Comforts at only
$3 Blankets or Comforts
All of our better
priced comforts and
blankets have been
cut in proportion.
This is a good line to in invest
vest invest in, as you can always
use such useful articles.
Children's 50c and 75c
Sweaters to go at. .
Children's $1.25 and $1.50 yc
Sweaters go at. ..... . OC
Misses' $2.00 Sweaters
Ladies' $1.50 Sweaters
Ladies' $2.00 Sweaters
Ladies $2.50 and $3.00
Sweaters go at. ....
Ladies $3.50 and $5.00
Sweaters go at
Men's 50c. to $1.00 Sreat- OQ
ers go at 05C
Men's $1.50 and $3 Sweat- QOp
ers go at OC
The Above Prices will
Certainly Move This
nch Lingerie, suitable for a lot
t things, 15c value, at
d-wid& Bleached Sheetins. finish-
p soft, 9c values, price per 9
and Simpson Prints, the
8c value made, at per
This season we are determined
to rid our store of every suit and
coat in it. Look at the prices and
you Will buy regardless of the
Flannels, all colors, 10 and
tt values, sale price per 7
Here isa lot of the best suits in our
store! They sold up to $25.00
and are up to now at (t f C r
Here is another lot of suits. Some
are last year's styles and worth up
to $17.50, in this sale JQ QC
Just a few Ladies' Long Black Coats,
made right, worth up
to $6, in this sale only
Sport Coats, only a few, they are
very siynsn. we sold tnem up
to $8.00, now they
at only . .
A-nother lot of Long Coats. Some
are Plush, but mostly new mater
ials, worth up to $15,
in this sale only. .
We handle the largest line of Dresses
A real good lot of Coats. The goods
are so new that we do not know
the name, but some
$20 values at only.
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Here are the best Coats in our store
and that means the best in Ocala.
They sold up to $25,
now they go at.
Bargains Every One!
We have here a special lot of House
Dresses, all sizes, values aq
up to $2.00, at only JOC
A large assortment of Charmeuse,
Silk, Serge and Messaline Dresses
that sold up to $10,
Another assortment of Evening and
Street Dresses, very stylish, values
up to $15 in this sale dQ QC
The best in our store. Some of these
dresses you have raved over.
Values up to 1 f Cf
$29.50, "now only. 314.DU
Come in and look at our Coat
aiues. A good many will be
stylish for next season.
NONE ON APPROVAL.
No Exchange of Dresses.
JFr L O KJLD
Any Ladies' Fall Hat
in the store, some
worth $7.98 Q
Men's 50c knitted
work Overshirts, all
Meivs Alligator brand
Slickers, the don't leak
kind' at Lfl
ymmi J s
This Sale will last
24 Selling Days. No
Continuation. Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Jan. 26 is the
first day, Saturday,
Feb. 21 is the Mast
Misses arid Child Children's
ren's Children's Long Coats,
values fo (M AC
Jolin B. Stetson
Haks, the AO
Ladies' $1 and $1.25
Cambric Petti- Lfi Lfi-ticoats
ticoats Lfi-ticoats at Uv
50 and 75c Baby
Caps, light 2Qr
Ladies' $1.50 Outing
Night Gowns A JJ
well made at Ow
Ladies' $1.00 Outing
Night Gowns, fjr
assorted, at Uv
Ladies' 59c Outing
Gowns, assort- 7 A
ed at only ....3 7
Ladies' $2.50 Flan Flan-nellette
nellette Flan-nellette Kimonas,
assorted (1 iC
During the Daily
Half Hour Specials
goods will be sold at
less than cost of
Flounce Petti- AO AO-coats,
coats, AO-coats, all colors 70
Be sure to at attend
tend attend tjje Daily
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR. .MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1914
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
..... . -.
Ht you "nave any items f or this i
- The Presbyterian 9e,wii!Egr- circle
mjet at 3 o'clock this afternoon with
1 Mrs. Frank Huber at" life '' 'Arms
House, and after two houra of sew sewing
ing sewing and chatting pleasantly, .Mrs.
I Huberinvited the members to:Trox to:Trox-le's,
le's, to:Trox-le's, Where ice cream, cakes and
drinks were eenjoyed. Mrs. Huber
has-been closely affiliated with the
circle for a number of years and'
her going away soon is regretted by
each of her co-workers.
Dr. and "Mrs. L. F. Blalock'have
named their handsome new. son Ercel
de Lorme, the latter being" the maid maiden
en maiden name of Mrs. Blalock's grand grandmother.
mother. grandmother. Mrs. Walter Hood was the delight delight-fq)
fq) delight-fq) hostess entertaining the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist sewing circle this afternoon.
The attendance was large and bus business
iness business of importance was attended to
by 5 the members who mapped out a
schedule of work to be accomplished
during the year. Following the ad adjournment,
journment, adjournment, Mrs. Hood-served grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit salad, olives, wafers, cheese
balls and coffee.
The first meeting of the Baptist
sewing circle fhis year was held this
afternoon at the heme of Mrs.
Lanier Robertson. The annual elec election
tion election of officers was held and plans
n ade for the year's work. Conclud Concluding
ing Concluding the enthusiastic meeting -a social
h?lf hour was" enjoyed over the tea
cups with 4Bltr hostess Waldorf
salad, sandwiches and wafers were
served with the delightful beverage.
Mrs. Chas. L. Moore returned to today
day today from a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. E. C. Staley, and family in Pal Palmetto.
metto. Palmetto. Miss Clara Johnson expects to
leave Wednesday for DeLand for a
visit of several weeks with Miss
Mr. Harry Palmer will return to
Tampa tonight after a pleasant week weekend
end weekend visit in his former home city.
Mr. Palmer came especially to see his
moth... who is" the guest of Mrs. G.
Mrs. J. T. Park and daughter,
Mrs. Joe B. Johnson) who have been
the popular guests of Mrs. E. L.
Carney, Returned to their home in
Tampa, yesterday. They were de delightfully
lightfully delightfully entertained while here.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Armstrong
and attractive daughter, Lucy Camp
Armstrong of Savannah, have arriv arrived
ed arrived in Ocala for a visit with Mrs.
Armstrong's brothers, the Messrs.
Miss Bettie Wray Mclver leaves
next Monday foil Fort DeSoto, below
Tampa, to visit for. and Mrs. Harry
Warner. Miss Mtlver and Mrs. War Warner
ner Warner were schoolmates at Red Springs,
Mr .and Mrs. D. W. Davis, Misses
Elizabeth and Meme Davis, Messrs.
W. V. Xewsom and Robert Tydings
spent yesterday at Salt Springs, mo motoring
toring motoring over in the morning. Mr.
Ocala Seed Store
is .headquarters for Pot. Pot.-try
try Pot.-try Foods and Stock and
Poultry Powders: We keep
on hand all tho time:
, Scratch Food,
CON KEY'S Poultry and
Stock Foods and Rem Remedies;
edies; Remedies; a full line.
A large assortment of
Mclver & MacKav
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAIMERS
Fine Caskets and Bariat Robes
. E. MclVEK and C. V. ROBERT
I1 Work Done by Licensed Km Km-balmers
balmers Km-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
. E. McIVT.R lOi
r?. Y. ROBERTS. 305
Undertaking Office.... 47
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department 4 call phone 106),
Norton Davis and Dr.; W. V. Xewsom
who have been at the springs tw5
weeks will return home tomorrow,
accompanied' by Mr. Davis, who did
not return yesterday with his fam family.
ily. family. Walker-Ford
The following extracts taken from
the description of the Walker-Ford
wedding in the Lynchburg, (Va.)
News, will be read with interest in
Ocala, for Mrs. Walker as Miss Ford
was an admired visitor here several
winters ago and her brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Bridges, were once residents of the
"One of the prettiest weddings of
this winter took place last night at
8 o'clock at the, Fjovd street Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church when Miss Lucy
Hagood Ford, the attractive daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Ford
of this city, was married to Mr. Bry Bryan
an Bryan Newton Walker of Gainesville,
Fla. The church was tastefully dec decorated
orated decorated with palms and ferns and was
thronged with friends of the family.
"The six bridesmaids and grooms groomsmen
men groomsmen who preceded the party, advanc advanced
ed advanced down both aisles, each couple al alternating
ternating alternating and making a' picturesque
effect which culminated in a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful tableau before the altar. Then
came the ushers, and next the mat
rons of honor, Mrs. Allen Sridges,
sister of the bride, and Mrs. Kiah
Ford, the bride's 'sister-in-lav, both
ladies being gowned in pink crepe
meteor trimmed in lace and carry
ing pink Killarney roses. Miss Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth Howard, the maid of honor,
who followed, also wore pink crepe
meteor and the attractive little flow flower
er flower girl, Fannie Penn Ford, a niece
of the bride, whom she preceded,
was dressed in white lingerie with a
little lace cap and carried a basket
of ferns and lilies of the valley, the
latter arranged in a shower tied in
green tulle. The bride entered with
her father on the left aisle, while
the groom with his best man, Mr.
Allen W. Bridges, took the right
"The bride was attired in white
brocade crepe meteor with Chantilly
lace; her bridal veil was caught with
a wreath of orange blossoms and
she carried a shower bouquet of lil lilies
ies lilies of the -valley and bride roses.
The bridesmaids wore white crepe
meteor arid lace trimmings and car carried
ried carried Killarney roses. All the ladies
except the bride had head ornaments
of crystal butterflies.
"After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs.
Walker left for a southern trip and
after February 1st will be at home
at Gainesville, Fla., where t:ie groom
is secretary and treasurer of an im important
portant important business."
The following from the Hastings
Journal will interest many of our
people who knew Mr. Robert Kaiser
during his residence here some years
A social event of much interest to
our citizens was the marriage of Miss
Carmen Mabel Manucy, of St. Augus Augustine,
tine, Augustine, to Mr. Robert A. Kaiser, of Has Hastings.
tings. Hastings. The ceremony was performed by by-Rev.
Rev. by-Rev. Father O'Brien, of the Cathed Cathedral
ral Cathedral of St. Augustine, on Sunday the
The bride was attended by Miss
Josie Xewbeck, of Daytona, and the
groom by Henry Manucy, brother of
the bride. The bride wdre a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful grey suit with hat and gloves to
match. Mr. and Mrs. Kaiser, left
Monday for Hastings, where they
will reside, Mr. Kaiser being a val valuable
uable valuable attache of the Hastings Cold
Storage Company. After the cere ceremony
mony ceremony a dinner was tendered the
bridal party and their friends by the
father and mother of the bride.
The guests were: Mrs. J. P. Kai Kaiser
ser Kaiser and Mrs. G. M. Spencer, of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville mother and sister of the
groom, Walter Kaiser, of Hastings,
brother of the groom; Mr. and Mrs.
John Donohue, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
P. Beddow, brothers-in-law and sis sisters
ters sisters of the bride, of Jacksonville;
Miss Josie Xewbeck, of Daytona:
Messrs. Frank and Anson Gullette, of,
Jacksonville; Mrs. J. M. Luckie of
Ocala, a sister of the groom.
Mrs. Kaiser is the daughter of Mr. j
and Mrs. Joseph Manucy, of San Mar-
co Avenue, of St. Augustine, and is j 9
quite popular in her social circle and J
her many friends wish her a happy j
Mr. Kaiser is a well known young I
business man of Hastings, whose in- j J
dustrious disposition will build his l
future, ana nis non ui
wish him happiness and prosperity, j
nd. his host of friends here j 9
lis Aeries Harris, director of the ;
.ii -n?u" j
Heme Economics Department or tne
Flortia State College for Women, is
now giving her attention to the can canning
ning canning club short course at the col college,
lege, college, which is being attended by the
prize winners of the varioy counties,
also the state winners in the canning
club contest. The state winners at attending
tending attending this course are Misses Isabel
Davis, of Ocala, and Pallies Davis, of
Ponce de Leon. Miss Davis is one
of the state winners that made the
trip to Washington with Miss Har Harris,
ris, Harris, and with other girls from other
"states in this work, was received at
the White House by Mrs. Wilson,
wife of the president of the United
States. The-expenses of the county
winners are being borne by the
boards of county commissioners of
their- counties. These boards have
awarded this course as an educa educational
tional educational prize, which will be more last lasting
ing lasting and of better value to the girls
than the usual money prize given.
Tallahassee notes in Florida Metrop Metropolis.
olis. Metropolis. Rev. Campbell Gray and Family
Rev. and Mrs. Campbell Gray and
their three bright, attractive child children,
ren, children, William, Virginia and Camp Campbell,
bell, Campbell, leave on the 3:13-train tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon for their new home in
Rhinelander, Wis.' With them go
the hearty best wishes of scores of
friends, both here and at each of the
other points where he has been sta stationed
tioned stationed during his ten years of zeal zealous
ous zealous missionary labors in southern
Florida, his departure for another
field most keenly regretted.
While both Mr. and Mrs. Gray
were most favorably known here
long before coming for, a temporary
charge of St. Luke's Cathedral, this
recent sojourn has not only deepen deepened
ed deepened former friendships but added that
of many others who had not prev previously
iously previously known them. His sermons
are not only forceful, but practical
and helpful, easily applied to' daily
needs; his teaching exemplified in
his life, and wielding a constant in influence
fluence influence for good.
Mrs. Gray will also be much miss missed,
ed, missed, her bright, cheerful nature find finding
ing finding a cordial welcome wherever
known, and she is an ever-ready, wil willing
ling willing helper in all church work. Both
are gifted musicians, their talent in
this line aiding greatly In the church
They will receive a cordial wet-
come in their distant home, and will
speedily make new friends there, but
will hold always the high esteem and
affectionate regard of their parish parishioners
ioners parishioners and others here and else elsewhere
where elsewhere in Southern Florida. Orlan Orlan-do
do Orlan-do Sentinel.
The society pages of Sunday's
Times-Union contained pictures of
Miss Minnie Stovall and her win-
ID you ever stop to think
how wonderful it is that
singly a man's name means
the finest confectionery, in
No need to mention even "candy'
when you want the best Just
That we are the HUYLERS Store
of Ocala would vouch for our hi,
standard in other lines, even if w
had not our "20 years of quality'
Our stock offers all the most de desired
sired desired Confections and many novelties.
A, box is the key to delight where where-ever
ever where-ever you're going always appreci appreciated,
ated, appreciated, always acceptable. Take a
box along tonight.
T. W. TROXLER
iOcala House Cafe:
12 to 2:30
12 to 2:30
A la Carte Service 5 a. m. to
10 p. m.
High Class Cuisine,
EVERY THIXG SERVED IS ?
THE BEST TO BE HAD
-tt A "T1T'7 D ILV 1 1 flL' EL
J JtlAfCSl X ML IL I JELiX! J
Entrance on Main street
J from Hotel Lobby. J
When we say Selby Shoes, nothing further can be
said as to quality. We have them in the latest styles
and leathers. Many new Toes and Lasts.
some cousin, Miss Geneva Stovall of
May field, Ky., who is now visiting in
After an enjoyable sightseeing
trip to Jacksonville and St. Augus Augustine,
tine, Augustine, Mrs. Josephine Xeuhan is again
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Leon
Fishel. Mr. Xeuhan, who accom accompanied
panied accompanied his wife to Ocala, has return returned
ed returned to Baltimore.
Mr. John Pasteur, Miss Tillie
Pasteur, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lytle
and infant son of Lake Weir, were
Sunday guests of Ocala relatives.
Mrs. rt. V. Henry, Jr., of Lake
Weir, has as her guest for the re
mainder of thV'Vinter her sister,
Mrs". Garrett oidhina. Mrs. Garrett
has -been a mnrnTjjr tn the foreign
land for a number of years. She was
accompanied to Florida by her son.
Beneath a copied account of the
Shepherd-Powerr. wedding, the
Gainesville Sun added the following:
"The bride has many friends in
Gainesville who will be interested to
learn of her marriage, and all will
wish her much happiness."
Mrs. Howard Walters, Mrs. G. E.
Yancey, Mrs. Etta Robinson and Miss
Edith Williams spent the afternoon
fishing at Silver Springs.
The study class of the Woman's
Club will meet tomorrow afternoon
at 3 o'clock at the club rooms.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere ap appreciation
preciation appreciation and gratitude to the peo people
ple people of the Reddick charge for their
kindness and heartfelt sympathy
during the recent illness and death
cf our removed husband and father.
May. God abundantly bless you.
Mrs. J. C. Pace and family.
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Mutual Mining Co.,
called by the board of directors, will
te held at the office of the company
in Ocala, Florida, on Tuesday, Jan January
uary January 27th, 1914, at 12 o'clock noon.
George F. Armstrong, President.
Robt. W. Groves, Secretary.
Ocala. Fla. Jan. 13, 1914 1-13-20
SUGAR HAMMOCK LAXDS
Merchant's Block, Ocala
Complete Spring Stock
SEE THE NEW
In Patent, Tans, Reds, Gun
mas ana uanvas.,,.
These famous cigarettes are
made of choice high-grade
tobacco selected for its un unusual
usual unusual mildness and tempt temptingly
ingly temptingly satisfying flavor.
These are marvelously good
as anyone who smokes
them will tell you.
And they are always of the
same unapproachable qual quality.
ity. quality. You never lose your
coupon in each package.
- 'PI -"
I have on hand at all times
, ct the barns and lot on West
Exposition St., (Broadway) a
' big drove of first class horses
and mules for you to make
your selections from. Every
head of this stock has been
selected by me personally In
the markets. I will guarantee
to give you as good stock at
as low price as can be had in
the state. Every animal is
warranted to be as repre represented.
sented. represented. OCALA, FLORIDA
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 1014
4 ODDHT A T
x Until February 1st.
order ta reduce our large stock of Winter Millinery, we will,
until th above date, sell at" greatly reduced prices, our entire
line. Every item in the store Is of the latest design; no old stock.
ed in Ocala before. Call and see
Miss .Mary: Affleck,
Commercial Bank Building.
en ic kkii i.i rat
are now in, and they are beauties at the
price we ask. You will be surprised to
see the elegant patterns to be had at
prices ranging from
$20 to $25.
Come in and look them over, and we'll
stand by your decision as to their worth.
E. G. RIVERS,
XX Harrington Corner
W. H. MARSH
y 402-404 S.
WHITE STAR LINE
'TRANSFER AND FIREPr.OOF STORAGE
Teams lor Light
siid Heavy Hauling.
; Shipping of
' and Safes.
tioice ofi 5 Tourist Trains
"DIXIE FLYEIl" "SEMINOLE
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K. of P. meet tonight.
Elks meet tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
Dr. Billingsley is quite ill at the
residence of his son, Mr. P. L. Bil Billingsley,
lingsley, Billingsley, on Fort King avenue.
Mr. Roy Galloway, who was taken
suddenly ill Sunday, is much improv improved
ed improved today.
'Have you seen Mexico exhibit
H. A. .Kramer. -Office 504 Lime
St. Telephone 348. l-22-6t
Victor and Columbia records at
The Murray Company. 1-24
DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Eye
,Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building. Ocala Adv.
Commodore Goodwin of Eastlake
while in the city Saturday purchased
Mr. J. X. Tolar's Overland car.
Mr. D. S. Borland, after a few
days business trip to Citra, has reT
turned to his home in Fort Myers.
Second-hand furniture for sale.
Apply at this office. l-21-6t
Mr. George F. Heafford of Chica Chicago,
go, Chicago, is in the city the guest of his
brother-in-law, Mr. L. F. Bowyer.
Mrs. Heafford Will follow in a few
days and they will spend the re remainder
mainder remainder of the winter in Florida.
Pencraft ink, the best made, good
for ordinary use or fountain pen, at
The Murray Company. 1-24
Mary had a little shoe,
It certainly looked swell;
But when she went out for a walk
Her corns would give her Hail
Columbia. Luke McLuke.
If you need a ledger, journal, cash
book or any blank book, go to The
Murray Company. 1-24
All kinds of pastry, cakes and
breid fresh- every day. "In quality
we trust not quantity." Carter's
Bakery, North Main street. 1-26-tf
If you need a new string for yo
mandolin, banjo, guitar or violia,
you can get it at The Murray Coa-
Z. Spinks, of Oviedo, was am
the visitors in the city Saturday.
has "cently opened a large shingle
mill ..-ar Oviedo. Leesburg Com Commercial.
mercial. Commercial. Mr. M. G. Davis, manager of the
Sumner lumber mills at Zuber, is
among the Monday visitors in the
city. He says the recent heavy rains
have interfered considerably with
the getting of sufficient timber to the
Mexico exhibit car now open daily
from 9 o'clock morning to 10 o'clock
night, A. C. L. depot. Remains until
Wednesday, 2 p. m. 126-lt
Dr. S. H. Rlitch left yesterday for
a week's trip the East Coasf. The
doctor says heas gained six pounds
in the last month, and has retain for
dge Warner. Judge Bell, Alder-
mar Smith and other Ximrods went
ou. in the scrub south of Candler
Saturday, and returned with a fine
'Visit Mexico exposition car, loaded
by the government. National Educa Education
tion Education Society and National Railways
of Old Mexico. If you cannot come,
send your children, for it is decided-
)' educational. Admission, 10c. 1-26
Mr. E. C. May was called to Ocala
Saturday on account of the illness of
his little daughter, who is there un under
der under the care of a physician. Mrs.
May is with her. Inverness notes in
Phil Robinson is a prominent
young man or Ocala, who is in the
city today. Mr. Robinson came down
with the golf club from that city,
which played against a team at the
golf club this afternoon. Tampa
Professional as well a-s amateur
photographers use the famous "En "Ensign"
sign" "Ensign" films to be had only at the
Court Pharmacy. 1-17-tf
Patronize the new bicycle shop,
410 N. Orange street. Oliver Mead Meadows,
ows, Meadows, proprietor. l-26-6t
FIRED 111 DEFENSE
OF HIS FATHER
Just as the Star went to press, a
phone message came in that a shoot shooting
ing shooting had taken place in the third
ward, and a Star reporter at once
bolted in W. J. Pearce's swift car for
It is impossible to obtain full par
ticulars: in such limited time, but
this seems tobe the gist of the "mat "matter.
ter. "matter. Mr. Ch. Miller, who runs a store
on South Magnolia street, had a dis dispute
pute dispute some days ago with Rube Red Redding,
ding, Redding, caused by a little scrap be between
tween between their respective children, who
attend the high school.
This afternoon, about 4 o'clock,
Mr. Redding and his brother-in-law,
both armed, entered Miller's store
and attacked Miller. A scuffle fol followed
lowed followed and a shot .was fired. The
ullet struck Hale in the stomach.
It is believed that the shot was
fired by Miller's son, a little boy of
about ten, who seeing his father at attacked
tacked attacked by two men came to his res res-cSue
cSue res-cSue with a revolver.
I Mr. Waldo Martin disarmed Red Redding.
ding. Redding. Hale was taken to the hospital.
The ball struck near his stomach
and he Is in a precrious condition.
There is a defunct waterpipe!
sticking up in the middle of the side sidewalk
walk sidewalk on the north side of South
Second street, about midway of the
block. It doesn't seem to be of any
use and is decidedly dangerous on a
Mayor Matheson returned to his
home in Gainesville on the early
morning train after a short stay in
our city. He came especially to oc occupy
cupy occupy the Presbyterian pulpit yester yesterday
day yesterday and at both the morning and
evening service he gave splendid
talks which were heard by appre appreciative
ciative appreciative audiences.
Among the many improvements
now going on in the city is the ad addition
dition addition to" Mrs. Izora Mclver's cottage
on North 'Orange street.
Messrs. Jack and Pete Mcintosh
and J. D. McDonald will go to Jack
oon, to help the
urns, which oc-
birthday of R
curred this y
on Sunday. Ir.
ill add to the pleas
ure of the occasion with tunes from
Jr. M. J. Roess made" a business
trip to Gainesville this afternoon.
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XOTICE OF BANKRUPT
The undersigned, J. M. Thomas,
as trustee in bankruptcy of the es estates
tates estates of E. P. Rentz and E. P. Rentz
& Sons, hereby gives notice that
pursuant to an order made on the
14th day of January, 1914, by the
Hen. Chas. S. Adams, referee in
bankruptcy, in the matter of L. P.
Rentz & Sons, bankrupts, pending in
the United States District Court for
the Southern District of Florida, he
Thursday, January 29th, 1914
at 1Q o'clock a. m., at the sales sta stables
bles stables of H. J. Nichols, on Broadway
street, in the city of Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, offer for sale and
sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash, the following described
property, to-wit: Four mules, one
horse, two double turpentine wagons,
two buggies and harness for the
above, or so much thereof as may re remain
main remain unsold at that time. Said prop property
erty property may be inspected at Silver
Springs, and may be purchased at
private sale from the undersigned, all
sales hereunder to be subject to con confirmation
firmation confirmation of the court.
J. M. THOMAS.
Trustee in Bankruptcy of E. P.
Rentz and E. P. Rentz & Sons,
Bankrupts. 1-1 7-1 0t dly
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ons, Wagons, Baggies, Harness, Beds and
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r( Continued from Page Five)
Kirk Anthony Is Surprised.
IRK was delayed but an in instant
stant instant by the customs offi-
. X I XI -3 I
Jviiiiis, lueu uiaue urn wu uui
through a barnlike structure
to the cable office, where he wrote a
message, only to hare it refused.
"We don't send C. O. D..M the oper operator
ator operator told him.
"Must have coin In advance, eh?
"1 left, my gold purse on the dress dresser."
er." dresser." Kirk said cheerfully. "I'll be back
later." Then he wandered forth again,
resolved to enlist the services of the
After some wandering he found the
consul's house and knocked at the door,
wbereupou a high pitched, querulous
voice from inside cried:
"Come in. Dammit, don't stand
Kirk entered to find a huge, globu globular
lar globular man clad in soiled linens sprawled
in a musty Morris chair and sipping a
highball. The man's face and neck
were of u purplish, apoplectic hue; he
seemed to radiate heat waves like a
-Is this Mr. Weeks?' Kirk inquired.
"My name Is Anthony."
"Glad to meet you." wheezed the fat
man. extending a limp, moist hand
without rising. When Kirk had grasp grasped
ed grasped it be felt like wiping his own palm.
"Have a seat" The speaker indicated
a broken backed rocker encumbered
with damp clothes, newspapers and
books. "Just dump that rubbish on
the floor; it don't matter, where." The
he piped at the top of this thin, little
voice: "Zeelan! Hey, Zeelah! Bring
some more Ice-'V
In answer to Mr. Weeks' shout a
slatternly negress with dragging skirts
and overrun shoes entered, carrying a
wash bowl partly filled with ice.
"Just get In. Mr. Anthony?"
"Yes. sir. on the Santa Cruz."
"Fine ship." Mr. Weeks rose pon ponderously
derously ponderously and wiped out a glass with
a bath towel.
"You'll like that" he predicted.
"There's one good thing we get in
"Is this Mr. Weeks T
Colon and that's whisky." With a
palsied hand he presented the glass.
ml came in to ask a favor." Anthony
announced. "I suppose every tourist
does the same."
"That's a part of a consul's duty."
Mr. Weeks panted, while his soft
cheeks swelled with every exhalation.
"That's what I'm here for."
"I want to cable honfe to my father
"A little poker game on the way
down. ehT' He began to shake pou pou-derousiy.
derousiy. pou-derousiy. "I'm broke, and they won't take a
collect message at the cable office.
You see. 1 didn't know 1 was coming;
some of my friends gave ue a knock knockout,
out, knockout, and shipped me off on the Santa
Cruz. The wireless wasn't working,
we didn't stop at Jamaica, so this is
my first chance to sret word home."
"What do you wish me to dc?"
"Caoie ror me ana see that I nave a
place to stop until I get an answer."
A look of distrust crept slowly into
the consul's little eyes. He began to
complain. "1 don't know you, Mr. J
what's the name again? Anthony?
I'm a poor man. and I've been an easy
mark for every tropical tramp from
Vera Cruz to Guayaquil. Your father
may not be able to help you. and then
I'll be holding the bag."
"I think you don't understand who
be Is. Did you ever hear of Darwin
K. Anthony of Albany. N. Y.T
Mr. Weeks thick lids opened, this
time to display a far different emotion.
"Certainly. Why didn't you say so?"
he bubbled. "I'm here to accommo accommodate
date accommodate folks like you. Darwin K. An Anthony:
thony: Anthony: Well, rather! I'll cable him
myself, and you'll stay right-here as
my guest Delighted to have the
Kirk cast another glance over the
frowzy place and demurred hastily, j
"Really. I couldn't think of putting you I
out I can stay on the Santa Cruz as
well as not" ... j
"I -couldn't hear to such a thing.
Youre tired of ship life verybody is
and I have lots of room too muck
room. Have another highball." j
"No. 1 thank you." j
"Darwin Say. I'll send a cart for
your baggage right now."
"I have it with me six shirts, all
"Then I'll send your father a mes-
sage this minute. I'm delighted at the -privilege
of being the first to advise
him of your safety and to relieve his
mental anguish." j
In a moment he read what he bad
Darwin K. Anthony, Albany. N. Y.:
Tour son well and safe. FTere as my
guest. Asks you cable him money for re return.
turn. return. WEEKS.
"That tells the story. It'll please
him to know I'm looking after you. my
boy. I'm glad to get in touch with
your father. We need capital in this
"He's a hard man in money mat matters."
ters." matters." said Darwin K. Anthony's son.
"I believe I enjoy the distinction of be being
ing being the only person who ever made
"All successful men are cautious."
Weeks declared. "But if he knew the
wonderful opportunities this country
presents" .The speaker leaned for forward,
ward, forward, 'while his chair creaked danger dangerously,
ously, dangerously, and tried to interest Kirk in Pa Panama
nama Panama possibilities.
"My boy, there's a thousand ways to
get rich down here, and I know 'em
all. What I need is capital. Why. talk
aboutquick money" the speaker thrust
forth a finger that looked like a fjeeled
banana "I've got a gold mine
"Not .a, -bit like it." Kirk shook, hi
head." vThey don't behave."
'.This one will. It's an old Spanish
mine and hasn't been worked for three
centuries. If he doesn't like that we'll
get him a street railway franchise.
I'm close to the government and there
isn't a steel rail in any city of the re republic.
public. republic. I know all the Spiggoty poli politicians."
ticians." politicians." "The whatr
"The Spiggoties! That's what we
call the Panamanians. They no spig spiggoty
goty spiggoty English,' understand?"
"It's a funny name."
"Now, my boy, there's one thing I
want you to be careful of. Don't let
some of these fellows around here get
you excited. This country is full of
promoters, cheap skates and that sort,
and they'll try to stampede you into
some investment. You trust to me:
I'm conservative. I'll put you up at
the club, and when you get straight straightened
ened straightened around we'll talk business. Mean Meanwhile
while Meanwhile I'll send this cable."
Mr. Weeks was even better than his
word. He put up his guest at the club
and invited some of his friends to join
them for dinner that evening on the
wide balcony; then, noting Anthony's
heavy clothing, he said:
"You need some linens. Kirk. That
suit looks like a dog bed. You don't
mind my calling you Kirk, do you?
There's a Chinese tailor on Bottle al alley
ley alley who'l? have you a suit to measure
by noon tomorrow, and he only charges
$7. goods and all."
Accordingly the two journeyed to
Bottle alley and selected some linen.
whereupon instead of one suit the cub
sul ordered three, having them charg charged
ed charged to his account.
Kirk really enjoyed that evening at
the Wayfarers club, for once the cool
of evening had come the place filled up
rapidly with as tine a crowd of men as
he had ever met. There wer young
fellows from the railroad offices, mer merchants
chants merchants from the town, engineers from
the RIG JOB. the proximity of which
made itself felt like a mysterious pres presence.
ence. presence. They were all men with work
to do: there were no idlers; there was
no class distinction. One topic of con conversation
versation conversation prevailed.
Weeks did himself iTedit as a host
Both the food and the wine were well
served, and the consul's half dozen
guests soon became mellowed and
friendly. When finally they arose some
one proposed a game of draw iwker
and insisted upon Kirk's joining. He
was about to refuse when Weeks drew
him 'a side to say:
"Don't let the- money question stand
in your way. Kirk. You're my guest
and your 1. O. U. is as good as a gov government
ernment government bond, so go as far as you
A considerable portion of Anthony's
time in college had been devoted to a
course in draw poker. But he soon
found that these men had forgotten
more alMiut the game than he could
ever hope to learn at any university,
and when the crowd broke up at mid midnight
night midnight he signed his name to a tab for
Early the next day the following ca cablegram
blegram cablegram was left at the American con consulate:
sulate: consulate: Weeks. Consul. Colon:
Anthony absent, returns Friday.
"Copley is the governor's secretary."
Kirk explained. "That means that I'll
ill! If I
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miss the Santa Vruz and have to wait'.
the consul said
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eons lea-eons were le&med and before they
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Literature, Yale Univ. April 23,1911.
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NOTICE 'OF BANKRUPT
, AUCTION SALE
The undersigned, J. .M. Thomas,
as. trustee in bankruptcy of the es estates
tates estates of E. P. Rentz and E. P. Rents
& Sons, hereby gives notice that
pursuant to an order made on the
1 14th day of January, 1914,- by the
Hen. Chas. S. Adams, referee in
bankruptcy, in the matter of L. P.
Rentz & Sons, bankrupts, pending in
the United States District Court for
the Southern District of Florida he
will on v .
Thursday, January 29th, 1914
at 10 o'clock a. m., at the sales sta stables
bles stables of H. J. Nichols, on Broadway
street, in the city of Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, offer for sate and
sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash, the following described
property, to-wit: Four xnule3. two
double turpentine wagons, two bug buggies
gies buggies and harness for-the above, or so
much thereof as may remain unsold
at that time. Said property may be
inspected at Silver Springs, and may
I e purchased at private sale from the
undersigned, all sales hereunder to
be subject to confirmation of the
court J. M. THOMAS,"
Trustee in Bankruptcy of E. P.
Rentz and E. P. Rentz & Sons,
Bankrupts. l-17-10t diy
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