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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Full Text
VOL. 21.

PCALA FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 1 2, 19 14
NO. 110
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DOUBLE DEALIIIG AIID QIIIBBtlllG POLICY OF THE

MEXlCAll

MAKES PETTY PROTESTS. EVKIt DAY
GOVEItXMEXT STEADILY PURSUES

WORKING FOR PEACE AND PREPARING FOR
EVENTUALITIES

(United Press to the Star)
WASHINGTON, MAY 12. Quibbling and evasion by Huerta con continues
tinues continues and his actions threaten to force they United States -to change
from the peaceful policy that the administration adopted toward Mexico
In the beginning. His attitude in piling up petty protests with the me mediators
diators mediators against the United States is regarded as indicating he is not
serious in his professions to .participate in the mediation conferences.
While the state department continues preparing to participate in
the Niagara Falls conferences next week, officials are preparing for in inevitable
evitable inevitable crisis they fear will be precipitated.
TRANSPORTS READY TO TAKE TROOPS
Following lengthy conferences of the, general staff with Secretary
Garrison, and the secretary with the heads, of militia division, it was
stated that the entire chartered transport fleet, could be loaded within 48
hours.
TAKING OF TAMPICO WOULD BE TROUBLESOME
Whether the constitutionalist forces would be permitted to import
arms through Tampico, could they capture that port, is a- troublesome
question for the administration. It is known ; that rebel leaders have
been gathering arms at Havana, ready to ship across. The only way the
United States could prevent delivery of such shipments would be to seize
the customs house." This would alienate ; the constitutionalists imme

diately.

HUERTA ORDERED SLLLIMAN'S RELEASE
WASHINGTON, MAY 12. The release of, Vice Consul Sllliman, re reported
ported reported imprisoned at Saltillo, was ordered by Huerta, according to ;
advices given the state department by the Brazilian government.
WASHINGTON, MAY 11. Secretary Bryan was without details
of Vice Consul Sllliman 's ordered release.' Mr. Bryan said he under understood
stood understood that Mr. Sllliman would be delivered as soon as possible, and this
might be today.

GIRL FOUND GUILTY
Georgia Jury has Made itself Famous
by Deferring Sentiment to
......
Justice
Mt. Vernon, Ga.. May 12. May
Dunn was found guilty las night of
the murder of Fred Miller at Soper Soper-ton,
ton, Soper-ton, April 41
The defendant is an attractive girl
agout 18 years old, and is related to
one of the oldest and most promi prominent
nent prominent families in Montgomery county.
She is the first white woman ever
tried for this charge here, and elicit
ed much sympathy.
The girl will remain in jail pend pending
ing pending the -motion for a new trial.
LITTLE KNOX SHOT
OFF HIS LIP
Taft's Bandbox Secretary of State, of
Course, Favors Canal Tolls
Washington, May 12. Philander
C. (Knox, secretary of state in Presi President
dent President Taft's cabinet, who rejected
Great Britain's protest against the
right of the United States to exempt
American coastwise shipping from

UNTIL
. MAY 15T1,
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DICTATOR

TO '. MEDIATORS OUR
ITS COURSE OF
the payment of Panama canal tolls,
has issued a public statement arguing
against the exemption repeal now
under consideration in the Senate. ;
BELGIAN JUSTICE
OF DIFFERENT BRANDS
People are Kicking on Different
Treatment Awarded to Rich
. and Poor
Brussels, May 12. The glaring
contrast in the different brands of
Justice handed out to the rich and
poor in Belgium is being severely
denounced by the labor press.the fol following
lowing following being among the recent in instances
stances instances cited:
' In the local prison a rich banker
is awaiting trial for having shot
two woknien. A ew days ago he pe petitioned
titioned petitioned the minister of justice to be
allowed to see his dying child, and
the request was promptly granted.
In the same prison was a workman
charged with the theft of a fireplace
decoration. When he petitioned to
be allowed to visit his dying mother,
whose house wa ssituated only a few
yards from the prison, the request
was refused. The poor woman died
alone and two days later the son
was acquitted.

VOLUMES OF SMOKE AIID

mm or the

THOUSANDS OF REFUGEES FLEEING IN TERROR FR03I THE
STRUCTION THAT THE: WICKED OLD MOUNTAIN
THREATENS

- (United Press to the Star)
: ROME, ITALY, MAY 12. Mou nt Etna became more active today
and thousands of refugees in the Catania district were thrown in a
state of panic. r
Great clouds of smoke poured from the crater with sheets of flame
leaping high in the air, and the country -for miles around trembles with
the force of the subterranean convulsions.

AUSTRIAN MERCHANT
STOLE AN ARMY
Cross's Bold Operation lias Caused
Restriction of. Emigration from
His Country
Lemburg, Austria, May 12. Pre Preliminary
liminary Preliminary hearings and preparation
were completed today for the trial of
a merchant named Cross and nine po policemen,
licemen, policemen, charged with robbing Aus Austria
tria Austria of an entire, division of its army.
Cross, who ostensibly conducted a
mercantile business) was the head of
a small organization which shipped
1S.00Q Austrian's about ready to be
drawn into the military service, out
of the country. The majority of
them went .to America.
The police "stood in" with Cross
and will have to answer to the charge
of accepting bribes. Two other police
officers committed suicide. It was
largely due to Cross that the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian government has prohibited the
emigration of all men of military
age- .
MADDENED BY AN
INSULT TO HIS MOTHER
Nineteen-Vear-Old Georgia Boy Kill Killed
ed Killed Three of his Young Neighbors
Ocilla, ) Ga., May 12. Preston
Williams, the 19-year-old son of J.
W. Williams, a farmer residing in the
extreme western edge of Irwin coun county,
ty, county, was lodged in jail here late Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night charged with the mur murder
der murder of Jesse Sumner and Elbert and
Robert Gay, three young men of the
neighborhood, at the home of the
father of young Williams Friday af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. A coroner's jury returned a ver verdict
dict verdict of murder against him.
A fight between the Williams boy
and one or more of the Gay boys ten
days ago over an insult to the lat latter
ter latter were allegd to have offered the
mother of the. slayer was the im immediate
mediate immediate cause of the Wiling.
Seems to be a Shooting Section
The trouble occurred within sight
of where III W. Bostick killed five
officers and citizens who were at attempting
tempting attempting to arrest him three years
i5u auu was m mrii snoi io aeaui oy
the militia. The Gay boys were neph nephews
ews nephews of Henry Bostick and all three
of the dead were sons of widowed
mothers. The father of young Sum Sumner
ner Sumner was killed near Sycamore several
years ago by persons who waylaid
him in the road and Mathew Gay,
the father of the dead Gay bo.vs, died
suddenly last year.
Moose meet Thursday evening.

Lots 50x128 FeetL
Electric lights oh one corner of block; good white
settlement; two blocks from North Ocala school. The
best buy in Ocala today, either for a home or as an in investment.
vestment. investment. These lots are worth $200 each but until
May. 15th, I will sell them for 0100 S25 down and S5
per month. :

FLAME POUIIG

FROM

aijgieiit
V
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OLD DOMINION LINE
HAD ANOTHER ACCIDENT
Seven Killed and Many Injured by
a : Boiler' Explosion
Norfolk, Va., May 1 2. A boiler
explosion on the steamship Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson of the Old Dominion Line, re resulted
sulted resulted in the death of seven mem members
bers members of the crew and injured sev several
eral several others. Thet Jefferson reache4
here under her own steam and after
leaving the dead and injured, again
started for New York. Two of the
injured not expected live.
REBELS CONTINUE TO
CIRCULATE RUMORS
Operations Against Federals, They
Claim, Are Very Active
El Paso, May 12. "The constitu
tionalist campaign again San Luis
Potosi won't be pressed until after
the capture-of Saltillo by Villa and
his arrmy," declared Robert V. Pes
quiera, diplomatic agent of the con
stitutionalists, on his return from
Torreon. Actual bombardment of
Saltillo will begin in three days, ac
cording to Peequiera.
Rumors that rebel forces have cap
tured Tampico continue to come in
but have not been confirmed.
STAR WITNESS ON THE STAND
Bald Jack Rose Repeating His Evi
dence Against Becker
New York, May 12. "Bald Jack"
Rose, the star witness for the state
m the trial of Lieut.-Becker, took
the stand today shortly before noon
Becker leaned forward in his chair
when Rose took the stand and plain
ly showed that he realized the cli
max of the case was near at hand
Led by District Attorney Whitman,
Rose began his original story of his
negotiations with Decxer and ex
plained why Becker wanted Rosen
thai killed, because 'squeals' to At
torney Whitman lessened Becker's
safety. Immediately before Rose
took the stand, Shapiro, who drove
the gray "murder car," told his
story of the crime..
Rev. J. E. Oates, father of Attor
ney F. E. Oates, of this city, has re
signed the pastorate of the Baptist
church of St. Petersburg in order to
rest and recuperate as his health is
not good. Mr. and Mrs. Oates will
come to the east coast, occupying a
residence owned by them on the
river front at Port Orange. Daytona
notes in TimesUnion.

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MEDIATORS TO WM FALLS H
PITE UEHi'if
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OLD 3IAX HUERTA EXPECTS RESCUING AMERICAN TO SAVE HI3

BACON, AND ALLOW HIM TO FOLLOW IHS ENVOYS
r TO EUROPE V77:.;A

, (United Press to the Star)
VERA CRUZ, MAY 12. -SO imminent is the fall of Mexico CRy that

representatives of the Huerta government now on the way to the meet

ing of the mediators at Niagara Falls with their families, are not only
secretly delighted to leave the dangerous capital, but have planned to

continue their journey to Europe,
mediators in the Canadian city.

They know that Huerta has nlanned to make a last stand in Pueb-

la; after devastation of the capital

which will remain faithful' when others have deserted, he expects to be

able to hold out again rebels until
NEAL ESCAPED
But Brought News of Death of His
; Associates 7: 7.
Washington, May 11. -Walter
Neal, reported wounded in the fight-
1 '".--
ing at El Favor mines near Guad Guad-alajara,
alajara, Guad-alajara, arrived at Manianillo, ac according
cording according to dispatches received by
Admiral Howard.' He confirmed "the
reported death at t he El Favour
mines of an Englishman and several
Americans.
THE BELLEVIEW PICNIC
Last Wednesday morn while working
- In a grove at North Lake Weir,
I heard the sound of laughter
Like music in the air, 7
And I realized in a moment
That a picnic crowd was near.
It was a crowd from Belleview came
Over to spend the day.
And enjoy a days vacation;
Just to slip from care away.
And to take a cool refreshing dip 7
In old Lake Weir's sparkling Tay.
They had cake, pie3 and chickeri,
And everything good to eat, -Their
cold drinks and ice cream
I am sure could not be beat. 7
And the kindness that was shown to
me ' '
Was certainly a treat.
The mn were noble hearted men,
, The kind 'I love to know;
I know a man who is a man,
In every place I go.
For if a man is not a man.
He soon will prove it so.
The ladies at the picnic were
Both beautiful and fair,
They were as sweet a crowd of girls
As ever met anywhere
Most specially one little brown-eyed
girl.
With lovely auburn hair.
- Jonas J. Fort.
Oklawaha, May 9.
Fresh bread,, cakes and pies every
day; delivered to any part of the
city. HeIntV Bakery. ; 12-3l-tf
B. M.
Carn
OCALA

Hill

after appearing' before the A.. B. C.
:
sets in. There with one regiment
the American forces rescue him.
I
HAD A LITTLE HATCnET
English Suff Chopped Portrait of the
, Iron Duke
London, May 11. Three slashes
cqt in the portrait of the Duke of
Wellington, in the Royal Academy,
was the result of an attack by Mary
Anctll, a euCragette, on the famous,
painting with a hatchet.
LAKE WEIR W. C. U.
The mating of. the Lata. Weir
union was held May 7. The presi president,
dent, president, Mrs. Reed, presided and led In
devotional service. 7
In the absence of the secretary,.
Miss Snook acted in that capacity.
Following a song, the treasurer'
report was read and accepted. 7
A motion was made and carried to
send for more song books.
Three books were given the union
by superintendent of the Mothers Mothers-department,
department, Mothers-department, Mrs. Smoak. Theyjare
entitled, 'Alcohol and the Human
Body," "'What a Young Boy Ought
to Know," and "What a Young Girl
Ought to Know." 7 7 ; 1
Some Florida temperance laws
were read by the president.
-The candy books were reported all
sold.
The subject for the day was: Ab Abstinence
stinence Abstinence for the sake of others.
Miss Snook, superintendent of
Sunday school work, presented the
following program: ; "Abstinence,"
Miss Snook; "What Changed Him."
Mrs. Simpson; "Clean Town Clean
People," Miss Gracie Simpson; "Ty "Typhoid
phoid "Typhoid and Flies,"' Mrs. Reed.
Minnie D. Albertson,
Press Superintendent.
John H. Polk of Nashville, Tcnn.,
H. 31. Polk, of Sprtnghlll, Tenn., and
Mrs. .Eva Pickens, of Abel ene, Tex.,
brothers and sister of Mrs. Charles
AY floov iA f : .TIT O.TV 41t
- auu -v. n.' a uiA nut
arrive Saturday morning to visit at
the home of Mrs. Gray, "Gray oaks,"
on Lake aveune. They have been at attending
tending attending the reunion of Confederate
veterans at Jacksonville. St. Peters Petersburg.
burg. Petersburg. Times.
SEYMOUR;
Euildoig,
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
ll. J I. Carroll. General Maaajer I'urt W LcavcttgotKl, Business 31anager
J. II. Uesjamiu, Editor

LILLIAX XORDICA

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second cla-ss matter.

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STOCKTON'S SIDE OF THE STORY

, It 13 not necessary to remind the
reader that the Star Is supporting
Senator Fletcher for re-election to
the Senate", but that is probably all
the more reason why It should give
Mr. Stockton's side of the story with
accuracy and without comment.
Mr. Stockton, as announced, was
at the bandstand at 8 o'clock Mon Monday
day Monday evening, and with him were sev several
eral several prominent citizens. It looked
at that time as though he would
have no audience, but as soon as, af-
ter Mr. Gary's introduction, he be began
gan began to speak, people came forward

from the sidewalks and corners of

; the square until a hundred or more
were gathered around the band

stand.
Mr. Stockton is not an orator. He

.. has evidently trained himself to

epeak and think at the same time,

and it is plainly work for him. At

. the same time, he is a good talker.
He says what he has to say clearly
and Interestingly, and impresses all
by his earnestness. He. does net
deal in generalities, but goes to his
point. t
It must also be evident that Mr.
Stockton is not an office seeker, in
the generally accepted sense of the
term. As all know, he does not
need the office he seeks nor the mon mon-ey
ey mon-ey there is in it. He is a successful
business man, and there. is 'no reason
to believe that he will better himself
.financially by taking any office in the
. gift of the; people of Florida. One
cannot help believing that he is en en-tirely
tirely en-tirely sincere in tvhat he proclaims
that he has planned out. a great con con-...
... con-... struct! ve" work for the people of
Florida and seeks office because he
. sincerely desires to put his plan into
-. .effect. : : .';'---h -i
Mr. Stockton began his talk by as as-.
. as-. sailing the position Senator Fletcher
took against the progressives in re re-.
. re-. gard to the measure entitled "A Bill
to regulate Commerce," which was
op before the Senate in June, 1910.
' This bill, first entitled the president's
.Mil, because it was framed with the
; advice of the attorney general and
by the desire of the president, was
.intended to give more power to the
.Interstate Commission and reform
: many abuses of railroad traffic. It
was thoroughly worked over in Con Con-l
l Con-l gress, and was supported by the pro progressive
gressive progressive element. The bill passed the
iSenate June3, 1910, by a vote of 50
o 19, and among the votes against
it was that of Senator Fletcher.
Mr. Stockton then paid his re respects
spects respects to the Tural credits bill in
which Senator Fletcher has been so
ranch interested, and declared that
it would be of no help to. the farmer.
He advanced the sound theory that
a system of loaning much money to
many creditors at low interest and
on good security would redound to
the prosperity of the country. He
declared his intention, if elected, to
.frame and Introduce a measure that;
would be of real use to the farmers.
He gave the example of some coun-j
tries where his plan had been suc successfully
cessfully successfully tried. It must be remem remembered
bered remembered that Mr. Stockton is a practi practical
cal practical and successful banker, and his
opinion is entitled to consideration.
At this point in his speech when
Mr. Stockton had just won a hearty
round of applause -from his audience,
the fire alarm sounded and the
blaze from the burning machine
shop lit up the north end of the
.city. The crowd melted away like
.magic; all regretted to leave the
speaker but William J. Bryan could
not hold an audience under the' cir circumstances.
cumstances. circumstances. It seeming to the Star that it was
only justice to Mr. Stockton and his
friends among its readers that Mr.
Stockton should have an opportun opportunity
ity opportunity to present his ideaj in full, a re reporter
porter reporter went with him to his room at
the Harrington and interviewed him
at length.
Mr. Stockton declared that he did
not consider Mr. Fletcher sufficient sufficiently
ly sufficiently a business man to represent the
interests of the state. He cited an
Instance of his working for a pro provision
vision provision In the tobacco tariff, whicL. by
requiring manufacturers to pay in inspectors,
spectors, inspectors, something the big firms

can do, and the little ones can't, has1

done greai harm to one Florida in industry,
dustry, industry, the planters of Gadsden

county. He does not believe Mr.
Fletcher had much to ao with the
framing of the rural credits bill,
which is denounced by the Farm and
Fireside and other leading agricul agricultural
tural agricultural papers, also by the legislative
committee of the National Grange.
....
In fact, Mr.. Stockton thinks the
bill was drawn mostly by some Wall
street man with an ax to grind. Mr.
Stockton also claims that Mr. Flet Fletcher
cher Fletcher is doing something the people
of the interior are very touchy about,
namely, he is making one kind" of a
talk on the long and short haul to
the people in the seacoast cities and
another kind in the inland towns.
Most of. Mr. Stockton's ideas are
embodied in the following pledges:
Stockton's Pledges
I pledge the people that if elected
I will stand for a rural credits bill
that will mean practical relief to the
farmers and furnish them money at

a Teduced rat of interest on long

time, a bill whereby the farmer will
profit and the government will not
lose a cent.
I pledge the people that if I am

elected to the Senate 'I will have no

business except that of representing
the people and I shall not be engaged
in any. outside business.
If I am elected on June 2nd I will
begin immediately to acquaint my myself
self myself with the needs of the people and
with my duties, so that when I take
the oath of office nine months hence,
I will be acquainted not only with
the needs of each locality in our state
but with the needs of the entire na nation,
tion, nation, in other words, I will do things
and not talk about doing things, and
be Teady the minute I take the office,
like a good a rchitect with his blue blueprints,
prints, blueprints, to at once take up my work
and not wait six years before begin beginning
ning beginning work. And I venture to say
that after six months I will he as far
advanced in the knowledge of condi conditions
tions conditions as Senator Fletcher is after six
years.
I pledge the people that if I am
elected' to the Senate I will endeavor
to get a law passed amending the
agricultural department which has
charge of the weather bureau, en enlarging
larging enlarging the weather bureau so as to
provide for giving the farmers reports
each day of those cities that are glut glutted
ted glutted with perishable produce. This
would mean hundreds of thousands
of dollars to our shippers each year.
Another thing. A great many of
our fruit and vegetable growers when
they consign their produce to com commission
mission commission merchants Teceive word by
wire that theehipment has arrived in
bad condition, and. if elected I will
try to get an amendment to the pure,
food law providing so that the pure'
food inspectors may be calld on to in inspect
spect inspect and report on, the actual condi condition
tion condition of such shipments. This would
mean the saving of hundreds of
thousands of dollars to our shippers.
I also pledge the people ( that If

elected, I will try to bring the office

of United States Senator near to the j
people, therefore, every year, during

the recess of Congress, I will visit
each county seat in the state, noti- i

fying the people ahead when to ex-J
pect me, and confer with them on
questions of public welfare and lis-j
ten to the arguments of the people
as to what is best to be done to pro promote
mote promote the general good.
Out in the County
Mr. Stockton is canvassing out in j
the county today, but will probably
be in the city again this evening
Mr. Stockton is kind and courteous
as usual, and seems entirely free!
from personal feeling. His senti-j
ments are shown by the fact that j
notwithstanding the Star has oppos-.i
ed him most vigorously, he is on I
terms of warm friendship with all ;
its people and paid the Star office
two or three visits in the course of
the day. The Star does not agree
with him in the argument he has
made against Senator Fletcher, and
will try and show in later Issues
where it thinks he is wrong, but at
the same time it has m reluctance
in saying, or rather in repeating,
that John N. C. Stockton is a very
able and honorable citizen, and it
has no apprehension of the country
being ruined if the democrats of
Florida decide that he instead of
Duncan U. Fletcher shall represent
them in the Senate.

America's Greatest Native Corn Sing Sing-.
. Sing-. er Is Dead
Data via, Java, May 12. Mrne.
Lillian Nordica, the singer, died here
last niht.

Mnie. Xordiea had been 111 since
the steamer Tasman, on which she1
was a j.assenger. went ashore in the!
Gulf of-Papaa, December 28 lastJ
Nervous prostration was followed by!

pneumonia.
Lilliaji Xordiea was an. American
of world-wiJe fame. Her true name
was Lillian Norton, and she was born
on a Jarm near Farmington, Me.
Her admirers ranged from -the Bow Bowery
ery Bowery section of New York, where she
had sung at mission meetings, to the
most critical box holders of grand
opera houses in all of the world's
great musical centers. The purity of
her voice, employed in many tongues,
has delighted hundreds of thousands
since the forty years ago she first

appeared in public a3 a soprano solo soloist
ist soloist at Gracechurch in Boston.
Nordica was three times wedded.
Her third marriage was in London in
1909, to George W. Yonge, a wealthy
New'York banker. It was announced
at that time that Nordica would re retire
tire retire from' the state, but after a honey-moon
spent in part at the old Nor Norton
ton Norton homestead in Maine, she decided
upon a farewell concert tour of the
world. It was while making one leg

of this trip on the Dutch steamer

Tasman that the vessel ran ashore on
Thursday Island.
- Her body undoubtedly will be
brought directly to this country and
be buried near the bid homestead In
Maine.

More HJselM Every Eay
It is the earnest desire and aim of the Munroe and Chamblica
Bank to constantly increase its usefulness to the people "and
supply-every legitimate banking need. Checking accounts
(large or small) are cordially invited.

Total
Resources
Over
$7ilO,COO.OO

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ITINERARY

For County Candidates as Adopted

by Campaign Committee of Mar

ion County Democratic Executive

Committee.
Wednesday, May 13 Sparr.
Thursday, May .14 Mcintosh (3
P. M.) ;
Thursday, May 14 Reddick,
(night).
Friday, May 15 Blitchton.
Saturday, May 16 Oklawaha.

Saturday, May 16 Belleview,

(night).

Tuesday, May 19 Dunnellon,

(night).
Wednesday, May 20 Fairfield.
Thursday, May 21 Fort McCoy.
Friday, May 22 Turner's Pond.
Saturday, May 23 Citra.
Tuesday, May 26 Electra.
Thursday, May 28 Flemington.
.Friday, May 29 Shady (Williams
Springs). '.

Friday, May 29 Summerfieldr

(night).
Saturday, May 30 Ocala (night),
for all candidates for state senate
and house of representatives.)
Monday, June 1 Ocala. For all
candidates except candidates for
state senate and house of represen representatives.)
tatives.) representatives.) W. T. Gary,
Chmn. Campaign Committee,
5-6- dw-tf Ocala, Fla.

KOV' THIS

We offer One Hundred Dollars Re Reward
ward Reward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. F. J. Chenney & Co.. Toledo,

Ohio.

We the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fi financially
nancially financially able to carry out any ob obligations
ligations obligations made by his firm.'
National Bank of Commerce,
Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal

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Remington typewriter, in perfect
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WOOPIXG COUGH
"About ayear ago -my three boys
had whooping cough and I found
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the on only
ly only one that would releive their cough coughing
ing coughing and whooping spells, I continued
this treatment and was surprised to
find that It cured the disease in a very
short time," writes Mrs. Archie
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CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Estimates on any kind

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AM proud enough of the record which the FLORIDA TITLE & ABSTRACT COIL COIL-PANY
PANY COIL-PANY "has made during the past two years, to be willing to assume that you are
fairly well acquainted with te company tnd its record. If yon are not, then ask the
banks, attorney nd big land owners of the County as to its work and reputation.

To deve'np its business possibilities to a greater degree requires a larger capital
than, it now has, and to provide for such development the FLORIDA TITLE & ABSTRACT.
CORrDRATION has been formed with greater and broader powers and a capital, of
$50,000.00 (one-half. of the total capitalization) as a Preferred 8 per cent. Cumulative stock
and will share in the further profits of the business until It may be paid 12 per cent, in
any one year. .
' The new Company will succeed to the old Company's plant, business and asseta of
every character and every dollar of Its worth will be pledged to secure the safety of the
stockholders of shares of its v Preferred stock, and the annual 8 per cent, dividend accruing
thereonT
In disposing of the $50,vvo.u0 Preferred Capital Stock, It Is my desire to sell at least'
one-fourth to Marion County Investors HOME PEOPLE who have a knowledge of and
faith in local conditions, the pecuniary profits as can be demonstrated by our book's, -have
been thus far satisfactory and may be considerably enhanced by increased capital stock in
order to extend the business beyond its present limits.
I am so certain of financial success for all investors that I am content to take my own
personal profits from the earnings to accrue on the Common Stock of the corporation, after
the preferred share holders have been secured their profits,' as above outlined.
The support' thus furnished by our home people in addition to the thoroughness,
promptness and reliability-of our work, as evidenced by. approval of local bankers and at attorneys,
torneys, attorneys, as well as by big land owners of the County and State, will enable me to command
sufficient j funds and control sufficient business, from within and without Marion County, to
make the Florida Title' & Abstract Corporation, a truly State-wide,- permanent and profit profitable
able profitable institution.
" Your pledge to any portion of the Preferred Stock subscription made promptly, will
be appreciated.
Youry very truly,

Bf. S. ROGERS.

R. S. ROGERS,
Ocala Florida.
You are authorized to enter my name for a subscription of.. ........... ..shares
(Par value $100.00 each) of the Preferred 8 per cent Cumulative Stock or the FLORIDA
TITLE & ABSTRACT CORPORATION. ..
Payment of this subscription to be made on .call of the company, in the following
.manner, viz: '.

ALL

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In four equal Installments, .viz: On demand and in two, four and six months with Interest
at 8 per cent., note to be given for the deferred payments and stock to be issued and at attached
tached attached to note as collateral security. ' .' .-
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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

Notice is hereby given that the

Board of Public Instruction for the

county of Marion, state of Florida,

until two o ciock, p. m., June 5,

1914, will receive sealed bids for the

erection of an addition to Ocala pri

mary school building, and plumbing

of said addition, situated in the city

of Ocala, Florida, according to plans

and specifications prepared by Mc-

Iver & MacKay, which will be on file

in the office of the superintendent of
public instruction at the Marlon
county courthouse, in Ocala, Florida,

on and after May 9, 1914, copies of

which may be obtained from the ar

chitects by making deposit for same

at their office in Ocala, Florida. Bids

may be made for either the erection

of said addition, or the plumbing of

same, separately, or bids may be

made for both jointly.- A-deposit In
the form of a certified check in the

sum of five" per cent of the amount

thereof must accompany- each bid.
The said board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids. Bids should
be mailed to J. H. Brinson, secre secre-tary,'
tary,' secre-tary,' Ocala, Florida.
The Board of Public Instruction for
the County of Marion, State of
Florida. By J. H. Brinson,
5-6-tf Secretary.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

STATE ATTORfctEV

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George V. Scofield
I am a candidate for re-election to
the office of state attorney for the
fifth judicial circuit, and solicit
your vote at the June primary.
Respectfully,
fJorge W. Scofield.
Inverness, Florida.

J. C. B. Koonce
I hereby announce my candidacy
for nomination in the June primary
for the office of state attorney for
the fifth judicial circuit of Florida.
J. C. B. Koonce.
STATE SENATE

. Glenn Terrell
I hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of state senator,
twentieth senatorial district of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, comprising the counties of Mar Marion
ion Marion and Sumter, subject to foe action
of the democratic primary to be held
June 2nd, 1914. Glenn Terrell.
Adv. Webster, Fla.

FOR REPRESENTATIVE
m
. W. J. Crosby
To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion County: I am a candidate for
member of the House of Representa Representatives,,
tives,, Representatives,, from our county, in the next
legislature, and subject to your de decision
cision decision at the polls in the democratic
primary June 2nd, 1914.
Very respectfully,
Citra, Fla. W. J. Crosby.

V. T. Henderson
I am a candidate for the office of
representative from Marion, county,
subject to the will of the democratic
voters. If elected, I will serve the
people to the best of my ability.
W. T. Henderson.
Lynne, Fla., April 15.
TAX COLLECTOR

AV. L. Colbert
To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion County: I hereby announce my myself
self myself a candidate for re-nomination
for the. office of tax collector of Mar Mar-Ion
Ion Mar-Ion County.
I thank the voters of Mariou coun county
ty county for their hearty support in the
past, and say, won't you vote for me
again? I will do The best I can to
serve you courteously and efficiently
if re-elected. Yours very truly,
3-20-tf wky W. L. Colbert.

TAX COLLECTOR

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W. W. Stripling

Believing that public office be belongs
longs belongs to all the people without re regard
gard regard to clrss or faction, and that
rotation in office Is one of the cardi cardinal
nal cardinal doctrines of democracy, I an announce
nounce announce myself a candidate for the
office of tax collector of Marion
county, subject to the will of the
voters of the primary election to be
held on June 2, 1914.
If elected I promise to give unre unre-mitting
mitting unre-mitting attention, to the duties of the
office, with a constant determination
at all times to be in communication
with those who Ijave business with
the office. W, W. Stripling.

COMMISSIONER SECOND DISTRICT

J. F. Parker
To the Democratic Voters:
I hereby announce my candidacy
for commissioner from the Second
district, subject to the June demo democratic
cratic democratic primary. If elected, I promise
to discharge the duties of the office
to the very best interests of the en entire
tire entire county, regardless of section,
with an eye single to economy in all
things. Thanking you in advance
for your favorable consideration of
my candidacy, I am. Tours truly,
J. F. Parker.
Leroy, Fla., March 27, 1914.;

FOR .TAX ASSESSOR

James R. Moorheati
To Marion County Voters:
I am a candidate for assessor and
respectfully ask your support in the
coming primary: Sincerely yours,
James R. Moorhead.
Ocala, Fla., March 25, 1914.

Alfred Ajrer
I am a candidate for re-election.
You never voted for a man in your
life who appreciated the favor more
highly or tried harder to deserve it
than I. j Alfred Ayer.

COUNTY TREASURER

Jno. M. Graham
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election for the office of coun county
ty county treasurer of Marion county.
Thanking you for your support ia
the past I promise if elected to give
earnest and faithful services to the
iuties of the office and in the future
as well as the past endeavor to save
to the taxpayers all the interest pos possible
sible possible on the outstanding indebted indebtedness.
ness. indebtedness. John M. Graham.

COMMISSIONER FTRST DISTRICT

Ed. Cannichael
To the Democratic Voters of Mar-,
ion County: I -desire to announce
my candidacy for re-election to the
position of county commissioner for
the first district of this county, sub subject
ject subject to the action "of the primary. My
past record in this office is before
you and I trust it is such as meets
your approval.
C. (Ed.) Carmichael.
Ocala, Fla.. March 21, 1914. dly

W D. Carn
To the Voters of Marion County:
I am a candidate for county commis commissioner
sioner commissioner from the first commissioner's
district and will greatly appreciate
your support in the June primary.
Respectfully, W. D. Carn.

J. W. Coulter

This is to notify the democratic

voters of Marion county that I am a
candidate for county commissioner
from the second district, and will ap-!
predate their votes In the June pri-j
mary. Yours very truly,
. T TIT PAiiTaii

D. G. AVatkins
I am a candidate for re-election to
the office of county commissioner of
district No. 2, Marion county. I
went into office without any strings
or shackles on me, and have served
the people according to my own way
of thinking. If I should be elected
again to this office, I shall serve the
people as a whole without fear or fa favor,
vor, favor, and will not be governed or
controlled by any one, ring or faction.-
Soliciting your appreciated
vote, I am. Yours very truly
D. G. Watkins.
C03IMISSIOXER THIRD DISTRICT

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We 'are headquarters for
Seeds, InsecticidesSprays, Poul Poultry
try Poultry and Stock' Remedies. We
also carry a line of light Hard Hardware..
ware.. Hardware.. We keep in stock
ARSENATE OF LEAD
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PARIS GREEN
SULPHUR AND LIME
XOXICIDE
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TOBACCO DUST
AND OTHER INSECTICIDES."

S. R. Pyles
I hereby announce my candidacy
for county commissioner from the
3rd district, Marion county, subject
to the approaching primary June
next. If nominated I will try to
serve the people and their interests
to the best of mp ability the same as
before. S. R. Pyles.

Funeral Directors
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Jos. W. Davis
I am a candidate for; the office of
county commissioner from district
No.' 3, to succeed myself, and will ap appreciate
preciate appreciate the votes of my friends
throughout the county.
Jos. W. Davis..
Summerfield, Florida.
COMMISSIONER FIFTH DISTRICT

! For sale 50 improved farms;.

10 to 600 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
3P.e me.
JOHN L. DAVIS.
IRVINE. FLORID

W Lnffman
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election for county commis commissioner
sioner commissioner for the fifth district of Marion
county, subject to action of the June
primary.- Respectfully,
W. Luff man.
Sparr, Fla., April 7, 1914.

B. L. Barlow
This is to notify the democratic
voters of Marion county that I am a
candidate for county commissioner
from the fifth district, and will ap appreciate
preciate appreciate their votes in the June pri primary.
mary. primary. Yours very truly,
B. L. Barlow.

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THE OCALA EVEXKQ STARyTrESDAY, 3IAY 12, 1014

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MILS. IK AV. DAVIS

OCALA SOCIAE AFFAIRS

(If you have any items for' this department call phone 106)

Mis Burford. Entertained at Dane Dane-ing
ing Dane-ing Party
'Monday evening the Ocala, Coun Country
try Country Club was the scene of a most
beautiful and delightful dance giv giv-en
en giv-en by Mis3 Mary Burford in compli compliment
ment compliment to her lovely house guest, Miss
Helen liashinsky of Troy, Ala., and
Mrs. Louis A. Shepherd of Chicago,
who is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank. Harris, during the
month of May.
The ball room, tea and card room
as well a3 the spacious dining room
in the basement were unusually at attractive
tractive attractive in their exquisite decora decorations
tions decorations of pink and white, oleanders
and other bright flowers.
The hostess and honor guests re received
ceived received very informally, wearing

beautifully fashioned gowns, which
were mo3t becoming to their decided
brunet coloring. Miss Burford's was

fashioned of white chiffon taffeta

trimmed with rose buds, lace and

corsage bouquet of sweet peas. Mis

jjasninsky s was an apple green

crepe de chene draped with front

panel of over-skirt and waist of net
over pink embroidered in irradeseent
beads. She carried an arm bouquet
of sweet peas. Mrs. Shepherd wore

Nell rose satin with trimmings of

chiffon and white shadow lace.

Mr. Carlton Ervin rendered the

music for the many delightful num numbers
bers numbers and the programs were hand

painted by Miss Burford in colonial
boys and girls. As the guests arriv

ed, Mrs. Clarence Camp and Mrs.' C.
H. JLloyd served refreshing ice cold

punch in the tea room which was
also en j oyed between dances.' Dur

ing the intermission Misses Agnes

Burford, Louise Kentz, Theo Beck

ham, Stella, (Nettie, Nina and-Carita

Camp, in pretty, party. frocks served
chicken salad, pickles, wafers and
orange ice, the guests assembling in

the dining room for the refreshment

course.

iEnjoying the evening;' with Miss
BurfOTd and the. charming guests of
honor were: Mr. and 'Mrs. Ii.A. Bur

ford, Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mr. and : Mrs.
C, L. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Camp, Mr.
and Mrs. C. II. Lloyd, Mr and Mrs.
Jack Camp, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, Misses '. Marie von iEngelken,
Elizabeth Mizelle, Annie Davis, Bet Bet-tie
tie Bet-tie M elver, (Eugenia Fuller, Ellen
Clarkson, Rosebud Robinson, .Mar .Marguerite
guerite .Marguerite Porter, Minnie Stpvall, Hope
Robinson, Dorothy Schreiber, Mamie
"Taylor, Clara Johnson, Josephine
Williams, Doris Murry, Hazel Jen Jennings,
nings, Jennings, Ramona Kay and Mildred
(Baya, Jacksonville, Martha Bonham,
Anderson, S. C, Messrs. Sam Bur Burford,
ford, Burford, W. V. Newsom, W. D. Taylor,
Whitfield Palmer, Carlisle Izlar,
'Clarence and, Fred Mefferf, Holmes
Walters, J. ,M. Thomas, Frank Har-"
ris, Jf., ; William Bullock, Sam
Mathews, Tom Pasteur, Pat Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, Diipree, J. H. Workman, W. B;

Gallagher, Bruer, Edward Green and
Dr. Harry Walters.
As, a tribute to their membership
in the ranks of the women who were
the girls of the sixties; the Florida
division, 'United daughters of the
Confederacy, has elected to an hon honorary
orary honorary presidency of the division some

of the, older members, writes Sister

lrjsiner uanoLca state oresiaem oi

the U. D. C She further adds:

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mere nave Deen xweive in an,' ana oi
them five have passed away from

earthly things to the heavenly
country, their names ; tenderly re

membered are Mrs. Edwin G. Weed,

Mrs. Maria' C. Drysdal-, Mrs. Annie

Perdue Sebring, Mrs. Elizaheth Buf-

flngton McNelty and Mrs. Fannie R.

Cray. Seven are. still on our roll:

three of them, Mrs. Patton Anderson,

Mrs;' L. D. Thompson and Mrs.

will remain a few days only. A de

lightful family reunion dinner was

given by Judge and Mrs. W. S. Gra
ham in his honor last evening a'
their home.

Mrs. V. S. Graham was formerly

Miss Sarah McCreary.

Mrs. Harriss Hostess at Auction

In compliment to one of South

oaroima s most charming young
ladies, Miss Martha Bonham, of
Anderson, and a lovely Jacksonville

society member, Miss Mildred Baya
Mrs. W W. -Harriss en'tertained thir

ty friends at auction this afternoon

at. her attractive suburban heme

While arriving, and before finding

their places at the seven card tables,

arranged amidst exquisite floral dec

orations, the guests enjoyed a few

minutes with the host's sister, Mrs.

Van Deman, who served punch in

the reception hall from a pretty flow
er banked bowl.
The attractive prizes were a hand

some-painted plate and cut glass
perfume bottles, the latter being pre

sented to the guests of honor as a

memento of the very happy and en
joy able occasion.

Assisting the hostess were Misses

Stella, (Nettie, Nina and CaTlta

Camp and Mary Harriet Livingston

dnvited to the hospitable home of

the hostess this afternoon were
Misses Mary Burford, Helen Bash-

insky, Alice Bullock, Marguerite

Porter, Hazel Jennings and Ramona

Kay of Jacksonville, Minnie Stovall,
Dorothy Schreiber, Josie Bullock,
Bettie Mclver, Marie von Engelken;

Lucy Moorhead, 'Victoria Raysr,

Janet Weathers, C'ara Johnon,

Mary Lee Hill, Fanny and Rosebud

Robinson, Annie Davis, Hope Robin

son, Adele Bittinger, Ellen Clark-

son, Ophelia Sawtell, Eugenia Filler,
Cecile Downs, Virginia Mayo, Gladys

?rake, Daisy Irving of jNewark,

J.,' Minnie and Louise Gamsby, Hes

ter Dewey, Josephine Williams,
Emily Stotesbury. ..

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3Iiss Taylor to Entertain
Honoring Miss Martha Bonham

and Mildred Baya, the very attract attractive
ive attractive visitors, Miss Mamie Taylor, will

entertain Saturday afternoon at the

LakeWeir Yacht Club.: The guests

will motor to the club about four

o'clock and after enjoying a dip in

the lake, picnic supper will be serv

ed and dancing enjoyed during the

evening.

Mrs. R. B. Bullock, Mr. Raymond

Bullock, Jr., and four of the child

ren lef t'"this afternoon for Demorest,

Ga., where they will remain till fall.
Mrss Josephine "Bullock, who: has

been visiting in Jacksonville for the

past ten days, will join them later,

and Mr. Raymond Bullock, after lo

cating them at Demorest, will return
to his duties as express messenger

on the railroad.

Everyijria'OcaTa.i., deeply

grieved at the death c th4- nrrrrtf
loveJl'HtedT, who .passed away at an
early hour this motning.
Mrs. Davis was ;Miss Meme Piatt,
born in Louisville, Ky. Her father
was a prominent merchant and one
of the most honored men in that
state. She has several brothers and
sisters, among whom are Miss Mary
Piatt, who was with her when death
came, and Mrs. Arthur Hardaker of
New Orleans, formerly Miss Edith

Piatt of this city.

She was married to Mr. Davis in
Cave City.'Ky., about 24 years ago

and came to Ocala as a bride.

No one person in Ocala has done

more charity work, loved by'. people

in all stations of life. She has been

an active worker in the Woman's

Club since its organization. Bril

liantly educated, she was very fond

of music and it was while atteending
grand opera In Atlanta that she con

tracted a cold which with its severe severe-ness
ness severe-ness and her delicate constitution,

was the cause of her death. She had

been sick since Tflursday, but was

so, much better 3-esterday that Mr

Davis and Norton went to Salt

Springs and were there this morn morning
ing morning when Robert Tydings and Law Law-ton
ton Law-ton Bailey arrived to bring them
home, but they came to late.
eside her husband, three child children,
ren, children, Norton, Elizabeth and Meme,
are left to mourn her death.
The funeral services will take
place tomorrow afternoon at four
o'clock at the residence. Interment

in Greenwood. Dr. Dodge will of

ficiate.

MRS. LEONARD DOZIER

'Mrs. Leonard Dozler passed away

just before 12 o'clock today pt her

home on South Fifth street. I
She had been ill for the past two

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years, naving sustainea

years ago, from which she never ful fully
ly fully recovered. $ome months ago she

was stricken by a partial stroke of

paralysis and gradually grew weak

er until death came to her relief

day.

Dorier oarao

twenty-five years ago with her hus

band, from Fernandina and has lived
here ever since.

OBesides her husband, she leaves a

son, -Mr. UbJugene j. uozier 01 jacK-

sonville, who arrived in the city this

afternoon.

The funeral services will be held

at the grave in Greenwood cemetery
at 9:30 tomorrow morning, Rev. J.
M. Gross conducting the ceremony..

Dr. J. M. Gross will have charge

of the funeral services, which will

take place from the residence at 9:30

omorrow morning. Interment will

be made in Greenwood cemetery,

Messrs. Mclver & MacKay having

charge of the burial.

.The pall bearers are Messrs. G. A.

Nash, G. T. Liddon, J. G. Fergnson,
M. M. Little, J. H. Livingston and
J. H. Strunk.

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REIGNS

THIS AGE STYLE

SUPREME.,,
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That being true, you cannot afford not to see our showing of
Dress Goods
For we lead in this as well as in

Our new shipment of the latesft silks are beautiful. See them in

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' LVD. C. MEETING " -2- ' ';- ' -

All members are requested to

Maria C. Murphy, were noted in the

Times-Union of recent date. The four

L. OBadger, widow of Lieut-Col. Ed

ward isaager, ourtn lonaa Jttegi-
ment, infantry, : serving thru out the
war, thirteen times woundedparoled
at the surrender. Mrs. iBadger is a
member of Dickinson Chapter No. 5 5
of Ocala; and on this record, and a
faithful worker in its Tanks for many

years. Especially her interest goes
out to anything that tends to pre preserve
serve preserve the truth of history and the
memories of the great soldiers of the
South. She is greatly beloved by all
who know her.
.
The Tampa Times says: Mr. N. A.
Graham, of Birmingham, Ala. ,is in
tho city visiting his brothers and
sisters, Professor B. C. Graham,
Judge W. S. Graham, and Mr. T. F.
Graham, Mrs, C. E. Jones, Mrs. H. C.
Giddens and their families The vis visitor
itor visitor is the only one of a large family
who does not live in this city, and he

The regular meeting of the Wom

an's Library Association will be held
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock, in
the library rooms.
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On account of the death of Mrs.
D. W. Davis, Mrs. Clifford Ay er will
postpone her sewing party that was
to have been given tomorrow morn morning,
ing, morning, indefinitely.
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itev. Edward Ley, of Arcadia, left
for his home last evening after spend spending
ing spending a few days in Jacksonville en enjoying
joying enjoying the reunion festivities.- -Rev.
Ley was accompanied to Jacksonville
by his mother, who will spend some
time in this city as .the guest of her
son, E. L. Ley, 1128 East Duval
street. Times-Union.

Of especial interest is the follow following
ing following from the Times-Union Mrs. MIz MIz-ell
ell MIz-ell was matron of honor, chaperon chaperoning
ing chaperoning Misses Stovall and Atkinson at
the Confederate reunion last year in

Chattanooga last year and endeared
herself to a number of readers of
this paper: A very quiet black robed

fisrure. ecliDsed by the many bril-

lint beauties of this notable gather gathering,
ing, gathering, ; is that of Mrs. Jackson Mizell,
of Fernandina, yet her historical
connection with the days of the six sixties
ties sixties makes her of unusual interest.
Her father's large plantation was at
Xewansville, as Gainesville was then
called, and here the brave Dickinson
and his "swamp foxes of the South"
had two engagements. Her brothers
were in the war and one died as the

result of its hardships and privations,
and in his memory the sable colors.

black and white, were combined in

the first homespun dress ever woven
and worn hy a Gainesville girl. This
was made peroda waist and slightly

gored full skirt, very unlike, as Mrs.

Mizell observes, the present feminine

garb. Mrs. Mizell goes on Tecord as
an "unreconstructed rebel."

Garden Fete Postponed
The garden fete which was to be
given by the Woman's Club at the
home of Mrs. Jack Camp Friday eve evening,
ning, evening, ,has been postponed to a later
date.

This is on account of the death of
Mts. D. iW. Davis, a most valued and

prominent member, and a former

officer of the club.

meet at the home of Mrs. L T. Izlar
tomorrow, to attend the funeral of
Mrs. Leonard Dozler.
v Mrs. D. E. Mclver,
Pres. Dlckison Chapter, U. D. C.
' ATTENTION, U. D. C.

THE

AIM TOME

Ocala's
Always Popular
Moving Picture
Show

TONIGHT
THE LITTLE CHURCH AROUND
' THE CORNER

(Drama)
FREDDY LOOSEBELT FROM
AFRICA'
, (Comedy)
THE MADCAP OF THE HILLS
A romance of the Blue Ridge Moun Mountains
tains Mountains i
HOW HE WON
(Comedy)
THE ACTOR BOOK AGENT:
(Comedy)

, Admission
Adults 10c.
Children 5c.
Court House Square

Dickison Chapter, U. D. C. will
meet with Mrs. E. M. Howard on
Thursday afternoon at 3:30. instead
of Friday afternoon, on account of
the changing of the date for the
Woman's Club meeting. A large at attendance
tendance attendance is especially desired as ar arrangements
rangements arrangements will be made at this
meeting for the annual dinner to be
5ive .nthe Confederate veterans on
June 3. Mrs. J. C. Caldwell,
Corresponding Secretary.

Miss Catheryn Murphy, of Tampa,

will be the guest of Mrs. James E.

Johnson the latter part of the, week
for several days. Miss Murphy will

visit her former home In Missouri

and will stop a short time en route.

Mr. R. E. Lester, of Bartow, Ga.,

is the guest of his nephew, Mr. L. W.

Ponder at his home on South Eight

street. This is Mr. Ponder's first
trip to Florida and he is very much

pleased with our state. He has also

been visiting relatives in Orlando and
other South Florida towns.'

J. C. Massey, of'Ocala who arrived

here yesterday to visit A. H. Pass-

more of the Poinsettia Pharmacy,
leaves tonight for the Marion county
metropolis. St. Petersburg Indepen Independent.
dent. Independent.

Mrs. S. P. Anthony, the Star re regrets
grets regrets to say,- has been quite ill for

several days.

INCREASING IN INTEREST

The tent meetings in North Ocala
have increased in interest to that

extent the evangelist has decided.

upon the urgent request of the peo people
ple people of that community, to extend the
meetings over Sunday, instead of re removing
moving removing to the East Broadway

church as has been announced. There
have been eight accessions to date.'

Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law

Library Bu'lding. Ocala. Adv.

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Always Tryino toilasso Ycnr itc2 UilTi
a line of Goods That Teste Gccl
TRY THESE 'v
AVHITE ROSE LEMON CLING PEACHES, WHITE ROE BEETS
WHITE ROSE EXTRA SIFTED PEAS.
And a fall line of Sunshine Crackers in Balk Pckase
Twenty-One Pounds of Sugar for with 91 Ciwh Parchase of other
. . Groceries on Satardaj'and Monday Only.

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For rates and information call on any A. C. L. Ticket Agent.
M. R. WDLLIAMS, Ticket Agent, Ocala,..
Y.R.BEASLEY, J. G. KHIKLAND,
Traveling Passenger Agent. Division Passenger Agent
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, 3HY 12, 1914

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GEO. J. BUTCH, President

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McUAINEV,
Vice Iresd.

C. STILES. Jr.,
Cashier.

,D. E. McIVER,
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resident.

W. V. WHEELER,
Assistant Cashier.

R. C. WEBB, Chairman the Board.

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

Capital - $50,000.00
Surplus and Profits $41,500.00

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We are able to, and we do take care
of our depositors.

Special Department for Savings.!

No account too large
None too small.

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AIID COSTLY BLAZE

Office, Stock Room and 3iachine
Shop of the Ocala Iron Works
Burned Monday Evening
About half-past 8 o'clock Monday
evening, a passer-by noticed a blaze
in the eastern end of the machine
shop of the Ocala Iron Works. He
rushed to give the alarm, and the
fire department responded promptly,
but the fire, drawn thru the long
building like it was a chimney, swept
roaring to the westward, and before
the firemen could reach the scene the
machine shop was a roaring, blazing
inferno, while the flame was burst bursting
ing bursting through the thin partitions into
the stockrooms and office. When the
fire chief arrived, he needed only a
glance to tell him that the- main
building was doomed, and the only
thing to do was to save the pattern
house and foundry, which was no
little job itself.
The building, as all know, was a
long structure of sheetiron, filled
with machinery, which, as usual was
liberally anointed with oil, and the
metal sides kept the blaze in, which
while making the fire all the fiercer
inside helped no little to save the
nearby buildings.
In a few minutes after the fire
started, all the long building was a

seething mass of fire inside, the iron

sheets of the sides and roof turning
first red and then white, with the
heat. Soon the fire went clear thru
and burst in a banner of flame out
at the west end.
-, Up against this good-sized little
hell went the fire chief and his men,
aided by the usual bunch of .Ocala
volunteers. At the most dangerous
and hottest point, the reporter saw
Louis Lang holding up a door to
shield a bunch who were playing a
hose on the fire. There were Welch

Dewey, J. M. Rawls, Taylor Stroman;
Rea Ferguson. Jim Duffy, Lester

Marsh, J.. S. Robinson, Peyton Bail

ey, Lawton Bailey, Hugo Mcintosh,
Zach Peacock, Jack Sheehan, Cecil
Ditto, West Keith Woods and many
others wrho swam in and out thru the

smoke and heat too fast to he iden-

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his-grasp; hack into the office into
which, the fire broke at that minute
with a fierceness that rendered it im impossible
possible impossible for him to return.-
Will Probably he Rebuilt
The Ocali Iron Works is one of
the biggest industrial enterprises in
the city or this part of the state. It
is the only foundry and machine
shop in this territory, and does" a
great deal of work not only for the
city, but for hundreds of miles
around. It has on its pay roll all the
time from, forty to one hundred men,
whose salaries cut an important fig figure
ure figure in the business of Ocala.
It Is more than likely that the
plant will be rebuilt at once. A meet meeting
ing meeting of the stockholders to decide the
matter has been called and will he
held as soon as a majority, of the
members can he present.' The stock stockholders
holders stockholders are Mclver & MacKay and
Clarence Camp of this city, McLan McLan-ahan
ahan McLan-ahan & Stone of Holidaysburg, Pa,;
John L. Inglis of Port Inglis;. Clark
and Ray of Martel, the Edw. Holder
estate, Messrs. C. S. Cullen. D. S.
Woodrow, ,5. S. Scott and D. W.
Davis. The Pennsylvania stock stockholders
holders stockholders have been notified by tele

graph and will be here in a few days.

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Loss was Heavy
The loss is.between $45,000 and

$50,000, on which there is $20,500

insurance.

REAL ESTATE

COAST LIME'S TIME CARD

NOW DOESN'T THIS PICTURE JUST MAKE YOU
CRAZY TO GO AFTER SOME YOURSELF?
SURE IT DOES. ;
WE'VE .GOT THE TACKLE THAT WILL LAND
YOUR FISH WHEN HE "TACKLES" YOUR HOOK.
AND REMEMBER, OUR HARDWARE STANDS HARD
WEAR.

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Yock-a-me and Chop Suey at Ro Ro-doff's
doff's Ro-doff's every day. 5-9

v Remington typewriter, in perfect
condition; a bargain. Star office.

SUGAR 1LAMMOCK LANDS
Selling Agents f
Partridge-Woodrow Company -Merctiant's
Block, Ocala 1-13 -tf

CONCORDIA LODGB F. "Z. OF A.
Concordia loage. Fraternal Union
of America, meets If Yonge's HaH
on the second Thursaay evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chasv K. Sage, Secretary. Id

SUGAR HAMluCK LANDS -Partridge-Woodrow
Company
- Selling Agents

Merchant's Block. Ocala 1-13-tf

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eight bottles of your 'Favorite Prescription' and one -rial of your 'Pleasant Pellets.
Can now do my work for six in family, and feel like a new woman. Ithink
it is the best medicine in the world for women. I recommend it to all my friends
and many of them bare been greatly benefited by it.

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The chief and his regular force
were on the job all right, and by

close watching and timely streams
of water on the nearby buildings,
kept them also from bursting into

flame.

At the first alarm, Superintendent
Caldwell of the electric light plant,

mindful of the danger from" live
wires, cut off the current, and for a
few 'minutes the city, except for the
conflagration, was in darkness. As

soon, however, as the circuit could

be cut out, the lights were turned

on again. It was necessary to ; be
prompt, for it wasn't many minutes

after the alarm before some parts of

the premises were a tangle of wires.

It looked like the entire city went

to the fire; the people thronged the

streets on -one side and the railroad

track on the other. It was one of

the fires at which a crovjd couldn't

be of much help. Little stuff could

be moved, and when the hose nozzles
had been manned, there was little to

do but stand and look.
Thru the crowd along the railroad
came the evening train from Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, and the train men had to
use much care, lest some preoc

cupied person be run over while he

was looking at the fire. But with
the conductor in front, aided by local-
men, Agents Williams and
Thompson,, the train almost tiptoed
thru. j-
One by one, the metal sheets
crumpled up and sank inward, the
scantlings, uprights and rafters,
burned thru and gave way, and the
blazing ruin crumbled into itself.
Sparks went up in clouds and came
down in showers, and only lack of
wind rendered them of comparative comparatively
ly comparatively little danger.
Half an hour after the alarm, ,the
firemen had the blaze under control,
and the crowd slowly dispersed.
Fire Chief Chambers and his men,

Messrs. Anthony, McLeod, Stafford,

and Allemand, worked skillfully and
bravely. Of the paid men, Shorty
McLeod deserves special notice. He
had on hi3 Sunday clothes when the

alarm sounded, and ten minutes

later they were not good for any anything
thing anything but the ragbag.
It .is not known what caused the
fire. Several of the men were at
work until almost 8 o'clock. It was
7:55 when the bookkeeper, Mr.
Frank Hodges, closed the door of the

office and left. It was just forty

minutes later, and he was at the Air-

dome, when he was told the shop was
on fire. He ran with all his might
and reached the office just before
e

the fire broke into iL He let himself-
in, found the office full of

smoke, hut groped around until he

found a .typewriter and a bundle
of documents, which he tried to
reached the door. He stumbled and

fell on the steps, end the wind took

the bundle of papers, which escaped

The winter schedule of the At At-lantic
lantic At-lantic Coast Line is now In effect. It
is a& follows:
Southbound
No. 39 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
a. m., arrives Gainesville at 12:30
a. m., arrives ucala at 2:40, arrives
St. Petersburg at 9:10 p. m.
Nol 9 leaves Jacksonville at 3:40
o. m., arrives Gainesville at 6:53 p.

m.. an Ives Ocala at 8:45 p. .. ar

rives at Leesburg at 10 p. m.
No. 37 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
p m., arrives Gainesville "12:37 a.

m.. arrives Ocala 2:18 v m.. arrives

St. Petersburg 8 am,
-.Northbound
So. 38 leaves St. Petersburg 8: 30

p. m..-arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m.t
arrives Gainesville 3:58 a. m. and

arrives Jacksonville -7 a.' m.

No. 10 leaves Leesburg at 4:45 a.

m., arrives Ocala eat" 6:05 a. m., ar

rives Gainesville at 7:55 a." m. and

arrives Jacksonville it 10:55 a. m.

No. 40 leaves St. Petersburg at

6:30 a. m., arrives Ocala 12:54 p

m., leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m., arrives
Gainesville at 3:30 p. m.. arrives

Jacksonville at 6:30 p; m.

CONCERNING CLEAN LIVING

Modern

Sanitation is
Good.

a Growing

No man or woman can perform

full duty to themselves or to others
unless they keep themselves clean

within.

An upset liver or sluggish kidneys

will spoil your work and worth.

Resularly take Carswell's Liver-

Aid and you will be a new toeing in

this climate for it will cleanse your
system as soap will cleanse your

hands.

Carswell's Liver-Aid takes the

place of calomel takes Its place ex

ceptlng in the after effects.

It gently acts right now -on the

liter and kidneys and eliminates the
poisons and accumulations.

Results internal cleanliness and

by means of a pure vegetable com

pound.
No. danger, no discomfort.
On sale at The Court Pharmacy
in 50 cent bottles. ; Purchase price
refunded in full if you wish it. Bui
you wont, when you try this scien

tific remedy. Ada

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We have completed the survey of this
rich tracft and will soon publish an exadt
cut showing the subdivision.
WATCH FOR THE PLAT.
PARTRIDGE-UOODnOH DOfi
x LlERCIuilTS OLOCK.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs

FOR SALE Remington typewriter,
No. 10 ; visible writer; In perfect
condition In every respect. Ap-
ply at Star office. 4-28-tf

FOR SALE Pair black ponies. $250
cash, or will "exchange for Ford or
Maxwell roadster auto. W. E.
Haugh, Ocala, Fla. 4-27-6t

FOR RENT Cheap during summer,
furnished flat; unfurnished "flat or
house; lovely locality; pleasant
surroundings. Apply Star office,
or 746 Wyomina st. 5-7-6t

TO HIRE A young man wants to
hire himself out as a teamster.
Apply at the Star office.

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WE KEEP THINGS MOVING IN OUR BUSINESS BY SELLING
ONLY RELIABLE JEWELRY, SILVERWEAR AND PRECIOUS
STONES t BY ADVERTISING AND BY. TELLING THE TRUTH
ABOUT OUR GOODS, AND BY ASKING ONLY A FAIR PRICE FOR
OUR GOOD JEWELR Y,
DO NOT THINK THAT BECAUSE WE HAVE BEAUTIFUL
PIECES OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY JEWELRY PRICED AC ACCORDINGLY,
CORDINGLY, ACCORDINGLY, THAT WE DO NOT ALSO HAVE GOODS AT LOW LOWER
ER LOWER PRICES, WE HAVE A BIG LINE OF SPLENDID ARTICLES
AT PRICES THAT. WILL FIT ANY PURSE. COME AND LET US
SHOW THEM TO YOU.'
A. E. BURNETT,
' ' The Reliable Jeweler, Merchants' Block, Ocala, FU. :

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An Indestructo trunk was deliberately dropped off a
ten-story building to prove its remarkaj)lef' built-in-strength
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Baggagemen consider 12 feet a serious fall for
the ordinary square trunk
Experts who saw the test said 'The trunk fell
230 feet and struck the ground with a blow of 6,000
pounds; in safety This would not have been pos possible
sible possible but for the jointless construction of the Inde Indestructo,
structo, Indestructo, as there was no loose jboards or nailed edges
to shatter on the impact"
. Only the built-in "emergency strength" of the
Indestructo Trunk ihakes such feats possible-r-
It is this strength upon strength that protects
vbur baggage when you travel

If you want a trunk that is safe, strong, insured, x

you will be compelled to buy thelndestructo trunks
Don't you think that a trunk that can stand
such unusual tests is worthy of your consideration
and purchase
You get "the most miles, for the least money"
only when you buy Indestructo trunks.
You should seek at our store today We carry
a complete line.

WANTED Young man between 21
and 30 to travel and 6ollcit order?
for new proposition; must have
ability and good personality; 1 25
to $40 per week. Expenses ad advanced.
vanced. advanced. For personal interview,
call Mr. Vickery, 219 Oklawa Oklawa-ha.
ha. Oklawa-ha. S-ll-2t

FRESH EGGS THAT ARE FRESH
EVERY ONE GUARANTEED.
. Call IPHmoims HOS."

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OCALA EVENING ST AIL TUESDAY, MAY 12. 1014

ScMitz in Brown Bottles

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The Carmichael & Sons Co.
116 N. Magnolia Street
Ocala, Fla.

c3 that Crown is branded "Schlitz.
Order a Case Today

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THE OCALA EVEXTXG STAR, TUESDAY, MAY 12. 1014

We Aire HeadlciiiuiaFtteirs
For Buggies, Carriages, Cart.. Wagons, and Automobiles, Harness
and all Leather Goods. We have the largest line of Vehicles and
Harness and Saddlery in Central Florida and offer them at the
lowest figures. We lead in all kinds of Farming Machinery;
Agents for the Fomous all Steel Moline Plows, one horse Disc
Cultivators, McCormick Binders, Mowers, Rakes, Reapers and
I HC Binder Twine. Agents for the Fairbanks Morse Gas and
Oil Engines and Outfits, We have a full line of Automobile sup supplies
plies supplies and accessories. We lead in our line and can save you money
on anything you buy fr6m us.
IrCnigjIhit Ss. Lamir

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ills a Present

represent a strong line of Companies
That will carry your risks.
Fo E "DITTO

Phones 285 and 244

I Es Yoiiir Iceman AMjjM ?
4 We mean are you getting' the service we wish to

f give you and which you ought to have? We believe 1-

$ you are. Most of our customers are sausnea, ana we ;

are proud of the fact, tfut it mere; is anytnmg wrong 5
in our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can
do our part in straightening it out before the rush
days come. v

OCALA ICE & PACKING COMPANY

Choice Fresh Meats,
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Salt Water and Lake Fish, received each day.
Prompt delivery. Only First-class products handled.
Our market is lined inside with white enameled, metal,
is thoroughly screened from flies, and is the only sanitary
market in town. Ice boxes for fish and refrigerators for
meat, always clean and thoroughly iced.
IPHIOME 38
South 2d St., Opposite rear of City Market.

BIG BARGAIN IX LAND
A tract of 120 acres of good pine
land, one mile north towards Ocala
from Montague 'station on the A.
C. L. Railway; unimproved. Best of
watermelon, cabbage and gardening
land. Apply at Star office for further
information. 5-6-4w tf
COUGHED FOR THREE YEARS
. "I am a lover of your godsend to
humanity and science. Your medi medicine.
cine. medicine. Dr.' King's New, Discovery cur cured
ed cured cough of three year's standing,"
says Jennie Flemming of New Dover,
Ohio. Have you an annoying cough?
la it stubborn and won't yield to
treatment? Get a 50 cent bottle of
Dr. King's New Discovery today.
What it did for Jennie Flemming it
will do for you, no matter how stub stubborn
born stubborn you cough may be. It stops a
cough and stops throat and lung
trouble. Relief or money back. 50c
and $1 at your druggist. Bucklen's
Arnica Salve for pimples. ad 1
dly wed-thur-fri and wkly
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Prfrtridge-Woodrow Company
, Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
FOR A TORPID IilVER
"I have used Chamberlain's Tab Tablets
lets Tablets off and on for the past six years
whenever my liver shows signs of be be-Ins:
Ins: be-Ins: in a disordered condition. They
have always acted quickly and given
me the desired relief," writes Mrs.
F. H. Trubus, Springville, N. Y. For
sale by all dealers. Adv.
THE METROPOLITAN
SAVINGS BANK
This bank is always open until. 8
o'clock in the evening on Saturdays
and Mondays; on other days of the
week it closes at 3 o'clock in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The bank will observe all
legal holidays, both state and na national,
tional, national, and will remain closed on
those days'.
George Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-1 9-tf

KEEP THE BOWEL MOVEMENT
: REGULAR
Dr. King's New Life Pills keep the
stomach, liver and kidneys in, heal healthy
thy healthy condition. Rid the body of pois poison
on poison and waste. 'Improve your com complexion
plexion complexion by flushing the liver and kid kidneys.
neys. kidneys. "I got more relief from one
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills than
any medicine I ever tried," says C.
E. Hatfield, Chicago, 111. 25c, at
your druggist. ad 3
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OCALA, FLORIDA
LAKE WEIR COTTAGE TO RENT
My little cottage at Woodmar on
Lake Weir, (Eastlake station and
postofBce) is, for rntr completely
furnished, running water in house;
thoroughly screened against insects.
R. R. Carroll, Ocala. 4-6-tf d&w
CHILD CROSS? FEVERISH? SICK?
A cross, peevish, listless child,
with coated tongue, pale, doesn't
slep; eats sometimes very little,
thei again ravenously; sour stom stomach
ach stomach with diarrhoea; grinds teeth
while asleep, and starts up with ter terror
ror terror all suggest a worm killer
something that expells worms, and
almost- every child has them. Kick Kick-apoo
apoo Kick-apoo Worm Killer is needed. Get a
box today. Start at once. You
won't have to coax, as Kickapoo
Worm Killer is a candy confection.
Expels the worms, the cause of your
child's trouble. ad 4
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OPEN DAY AUvTJ mtiHT
Merchant'! Cafe, A. C L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
INDIGESTION? CANT EAT?
APPETITE?
NO
A treatment of Electric Bitters
Increases your appetite; stops indi indigestion;
gestion; indigestion; you can eat everything. A
real spring tonic for liver, kidney
and stomach troubles. Cleanses
your whole system and you feel fine.
Electric. Bitters did more for Mr.
T. D. Peeble's stomach troubles than
any medicine he ever tried. Get a
bottle today. 50c and, $1 at ytfur
druggist. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for
eczema. ad 2
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SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Pa rt ri dge-Woou ro w Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block; OcaJr
. SICK HEADACHE
Mrs. A. L. Luckie, East Roches Rochester,
ter, Rochester, N. Y., was a victim of sick head headache
ache headache and despondency, caused by a
badly weakened and debilitated con condition
dition condition of her stomach, when she be began
gan began taking Chamberlain's Tablets.
She says, "I found them pleasant to
take, also mild and effective. In a
few weeks' time I was restored to my
former good health. For sale by
all dealers. v Adv.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents

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Ulock. Ocala

NOTICE

Ocala, Florida. May 11th. 1914.

Notice is hereby given that the cityiLand Co's. sub lots 3 and 4, sec 8, tp

council of Ocala, Florida, as a board of

equalization sitting as such board to $60.
from May loth'to 20th, inclusive, rais-j Unknown Lots 11-12, blk 2, Fla.
ed the assessed valuation on the fol- Cen. Land Co's. sub lots 3 and 4. sec
lowing property in said city, to-wit: 8, tp 15, r 22, Allred's add, raised from
Unknown 104 ft n and s by 112 ft'$G0 to $120.
e and w in se cor, blk 13, O. S., Ocala, I Unknown Lot 13, blk 2, Fla. Cen.
raised from 5G0O to $1200. jLand Co's. sub lots 3 and 4, sec 8. tp
Unknown Com at nw cor blk 13, O. ;15, r 22, Allred's add, raised from $1&0
S., Ocala, e 134 ft, s 120 ft, w 22 ft, nto $200.
S ft, w 112 ft, n 112 ft, raised from) Unknown Lot 5. blk 3, Fla. Cen.
$900 to $fS0O. ,Land Co's. sub lots 3 and 4, sec S, tp
Unknown Block 16, O. S., Ocala, 15, r 22, Allred's add, raised from $103
raised from $1500 to $3000. ;to $200.
Unknown 0 ft. e and w by 112 ft i Unknown Lots 9 and 10, blk 3, Fla.

!n and s on w side lot 2, fclk 25, O. S.,
I Ocala, raised from $500 to $1000.
Unknown
Com 70 ft v of se cor,
9 ft

XX e-25 ft, s 112 ft, raised from $300 to
SC00 j
i
SxL'UfknTN -A.lti'A0' fH

I " w ......
'
27, O. S., Ocala, s .110 ft, e 112 ft n 50
in, w li it, a tu il, laiscu iiuia fauv

- Lnicnown i2 ft n and s dy 5G ft e s. tn 13. r ?o Alirprt'a add

yiand w m nw cor lot 2, blk 27, O. S., :$90 to $180.
XX. Ocala, raised from $400 to $S00. Unknown Lots 5, 6, 7, 8,
Unknown Com at sw cor lot 2, blk Cen. Land Co's. sub lots 3

X I I -

u ouu. i unKnown s lot 3, blk 5, sec 8, tp
Unknown lot 3, blk 27, OSas, r 22, Allred's add. raised from $50
Qcala, ex 6 ft e and w by 112 ft n and to $100.
s in se cor lot 3, blk 27, O S., Ocala, j Unknown Lot 4, blk 5, sec 8, tp 15,
also 10 ft off n end lot 3. blk 27, O. S., r 22, Allred's add, raised from: $100 to
Ocala, raised from $400 to $800. '$200.
Unknown S lot 1, blk 33, O. S., I Unknown Lots 1 and 2, blk 6, sec
Ocala, raised from $600 to $1200. Is, tp 15, r 22, Allred's add, raised from

Unknown 06 ft sq in ne cor lot 1,
blk 35, O. S., raised from $2000 to f
i$4000.

Unknown W lot 2, blk 35, O. .$100 to $200.
raised from $600 to $1500. j Unknown Lot 22, Clyatfs sub, sec
Unknown Lot 1, blk 38, O. S.,j8, tp 15, r 22, raised from $500 to
Ocala, raised from $1200 to $3000. '$1000.
Unknown Lots 1, 2, 3, blk 43, O. S., Unknown Lots 1, 2. 3, sec 8, tp 15,
Ocala, raised from $10,000 to $20,000. -'r 22, Palmer's plat, raised from $100
Unknown 30 ft n and s by 60 fe e to $200.
and w in ne cor lot 1, blk 48, O. S., I Unknown Lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 14,
Ocala, raised from $300 to $750. ?sec 8, tp 15, r 22, Palmer's plat, raised
Unknown Com 55 ft s of ne cor lot 'from $150 to $300.
1, blk 48, O. S., Ocala, s 25 ft, w 115 j .Unknown Lots 15, 16, 17. 18, sec 8,
ft, n 25 ft, e 115 ft, raised from $250 itp 15, r 22, Palmer's plat, raised from
to $500. $120 to $240.
Unknown Com 30 ft s of ne cor lot Unknown Lot 11, Smith & Dough Dough-1,
1, Dough-1, blk 48, O. S., Ocala, s 25 ft, w 115 erty add, raised from $600 to $1200.
ft, n 25 ft, e 115 ft, raised from $250 Unknown 9 lot 6, Reardon's Mid Mid-to
to Mid-to $500. :dletown. raised from $900 to $1800.

Unknown N lot 4. blk 19, O. S.,
Ocala, raised from $700 to $1400.
Unknown Lot. 2,r blk 51, O. S,
Ocala, raised from $2Q0 to $600.
Unknown Lots 2 and 3, blk 69, O'.
S., Ocala, raised from $1500 to $2000
Unknown 75 ft e and w by 30 ft n n-and
and n-and s in nw cor lot 2, blk 70, O. S.
Ocala, raised from $300 to $400.
Unknown S lot 2, blk 70, O. S.,
Ocala, raised. frcm $200 to $400.
Unknown--Lots 1 and 2, blk 74, O.
Ocala, raised from $3500 -to $7500.
Unknown 30 ft e and w by 115 ft

n and s in sw cor lot 3, blk-75, O. S.'from $400 to $600.
Ocala, raised from $3500 to $8000. j Unknown Lot 7, blk L Benj. sub
Unknown Lot 1, blk 14, New Sur- lots AO and 41, Caldwell's add, raised
vey. South, raised from $500 to $1000. jfrom $1500 to $3000.
Unknown S lot 2, blk 19, N. S. Unknown Com 175 ft e of sw cor
S., raised fjom $100 to $200. lot 42. Caldwell's add, e 74 ft, n 231 ft,
Unknown S lot 3, blk 19, N. S. w 74 ft, s 213 ft, raised from $2000 to

S., raised from. $400 to $800,
Unknown X lot 3. blk 19, N
S.
S., raised from $500 to $1000
Unknown
Lots 3 and 4, blk 20, N.
S. C, raised from $700 to $1600
Unknown Blk 22, "N. S. S., raised
from $150
to $350.
Unknown Lot 4, blk 23, N.
raised from $200 to $400.
Unknown Lot 3, blk 24, N.
raised from $200 to $400.
Unknown Lot 4, Snowden's sub, blk
24, N. S. S., raised from $300 to $600.
Unknown Lot 4, "blk 25, N. S. S.,
raised from $500 to $1000.
Unknown Lots 1 and 2, blk 26, N.
S.-S., raised from $1200 to $3000
Unknown W lot 1, blk. 34, N. S.
S., raised from $250 to $500.
Unknown 140 ft on n end' of lot e
of and adjoining blk 35, N. S. S., rais raised
ed raised from $200 to $500.
Unknown S of blk bounded s by
S 7th St., and e .by Lime St., raised
from $500 to $1000.
Unknown N fractl. blk '1, New
Survey North, raised from $50 to $100.
Unknown All fractl. blk 4, N. S. N.,
raisea rrom $iuu io $tuu.
Unknown Blk 13, N. S
N., raised
from $700 to $3000.
Unknown Blk B, Dunn's Central
add, ex 112 ft e and w by 130 ft n and
s in ne cor, raised from $600 to $2000.
Unknown Lot 1, Weston's Central
City lots, raised from $150 tp $350.
Unknown Lot 2, Weston's Central
City lots, raised from $150 to $350.
Unknown Lots 5, 6, 7, blk A, All Allred's
red's Allred's add., raised from $250 to $500.
Unknown Com 105 ft s of nw cor,
blk B, Allred's add, s 35 ft, e 205 ft,
n 35 ft, w 205 ft, raised from $50 to
$100.
-Unknown Lots 1 to 12, inclusive,
blk E, Allred's add, raised from $300
to $600.
Unknown Lot 1, blk F, Allred's
add, raised from $100 to $200.
Unknown Lot 1, blk H, Allred's
add, raised from $50 to $100.
Unknown NeVi lot 2, blk K, All Allred's
red's Allred's add, raised from $30 to $60.
Unknown Blk N, Allred's add, rais raised
ed raised from $100 to $200.
Unknown Ne lot 3, blk S. All
red's add, raised from $20 to $40.
Unknown S and ne lot 3, blk
1, sec 7, tp 15, s 22, Allred's add, rais raised
ed raised from $50 to $100.
Unknown Lot 4, blk 1, sec 7, tp 15.
r 22, Allred's add, raised from $100
to $200.
Unknown Lots 1 and 2, blk 2, sec
7, tp 15, r 22, Allred's add, raised from
$60 to $120.
Unknown SeU lot 4. blk 2, sec 7,
tp 15, r 22, Allred's add, raised from
$30 to $C0.
Unknown Lot 3, blk 3, sec 7, tp 15,
r 22, Allred's add, raised from $30 to
$60."
Unknown Lots 2, 3.
4, blk 5, sec
7, tp 15, r 22, Allred's add, raised from
toQA tQ $400.
Unknown-Lots 1. 2, 4. blk 6, sec 7,
Itp 15, r 22, Allred's add, raised from
1 jjqq to $200.
Unknown Blk 7, sec 7, tp la, r 22,
Allred's add, raised from $100 to $200.
Unknown Blk 8, sec 7, tp 15, r 22,
Allred's add, raised from $100 to $200.
Unknown Lots 1 and 2, blk 9, sec
7, tp 15, r 22, Allred's add, raised from
$50 to $100.
' Unknown Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,

9, 11, Fla. Cen. Land Co's. sub lot 1,1

.blk K, Allred's a Jd. raised from $130

Unknown Lot 1, blk 2. Fla. Cen.
13, r 22, Allred's add, raised from $30
;Cen. Land Co's.-sub lots 3 and 4, sec
, tp lo. r 22, Allred's add, raised from
' .
oub-iiuh u uik o, rit. ven.
uuiuiunn MJl i-, U1K. o.
T I n J r,
fu10L an,a ec 5 P
15, r 22, Allred's add, raised --from-$30
to $co.
Unknown-Lots 2, 3, 4. blk 4, Fla.
,Cen. Land Co's. sub lots 3 and 4. sec
raised from
blk 4, Fla.
and 4. kpo
$, tp 15, r 22. Allred's add. raised from
10 ZUv.
;$100 to $200.
Unknown Lots 3 and 4, blk 6, sec
:8, tp 15, r 22, Allred's add, raised from
Unknown Lot 9, Caldwell's add
(ex 05 ft sq in ne cor), raised from
$1000 to $2000.
Unknown 70 ft n and s by 140 ft
ie ana w in ne cor lot 3V, caiaweirs
add, raised from $300 to $800.
Unknown Lot 3, blk 1, Benj. sub
lots 40" and 41, Caldwell's add, raised
from $300 to -$500.
Unknown Lot 5, blk 2, Benj. sub
lots 40 and 11, Caldwell's add, raised
'from $400 to $600.
Unknown Lot 6, blk 2, Benj. sub
lots 40 and 41. Cald well s add. raised
$5000.,
Unknown 50 ft n and s by 105 ft e
and w in nw cor of swli. lot 45. Cald-
well's add, raised from $600 to $1200.
Unknown Com 90 ft w of se cor
lot 47. Caldwell's add. n 156 ft. e 60 ft.
is 156 ft, w 60 ft, raised from $500 to

S.,'$1000.
Unknown E 1-3 lot 1, Teague's re
S., ; survey of lots 54, 59, 60, Caldwell's

add, raised from $250 to $800.
Unknown Lot 5, Oklawaha
Park,
raised from $500 to $1200.
Unknown Com 7.92 chs e of ne
cor lot 35, Caldwell's add, e 3.16 chs,
!s 3.16 chs, w 3.16 chs, n 3.16 chs, rais-
ed from $400 to $800.
Unknown Com 140 2-3 ft s of sw
int of Smith and Orange "Sts., e 76 ft,
w 100 ft, n 76 ft, s 100 ft. raised from
$250 to $500.
Unknown Lots
1, 2, 3, blk B,
Park, rajsed from
Dunn's Highland
$200 to $400.
Unknown Lots
and 10, blk D,
Dunn's Highland Park, raised
from
$100 to $200.
Unknown Lots 13 and 14, blk D,
Dunn's Highland Park, raised from
($100 to $200.
Unknown Lot 23, Magnolia Place,
'raised from $100 to $15o.
Unknown Lot 25, Magnolia Place,
raised from' $100 to $150.
Unknown Lot D, Caldwell's add,
raised from $800 to $1600.
Unknown Lot I, Caldwell's add,
raised from $300 to $600.
Unknown Lots 6, 7, 8, 9, blk 1, Pal Palmetto
metto Palmetto Park, raised from $200 to $400.
Unknown Com at a pt 210 ft s of
nw cor of nei of ne, sec 19, tp 15,
r 22, w 369 ft, s 210 ft, e 598 ft, n 210
ft, w to p o b, raised from $200 to
$400.
Unknown S of seY lot 82, Gary's
add, raised from $500 to $1000.
Unknown Swi lot 83, Gary's add.
aised from $150 to $300.
Unknown 50 ft e and w on e side
Tha Ilea Daby
is World's IVcEfci
Urery tiny infant makes life's per perspective
spective perspective wider and brighter. And what whatever
ever whatever there is to en
hance its arrival and
to ease and comfort
the expectant mother
should be given at attention.
tention. attention. Among the
real helpful things
Is an external ab abdominal
dominal abdominal application
known as "Mother's
Friend." It is so
well thought of by
women that
most drug stores through-
out the United States carry "Mother's
i-Tiena- as one of their staple and reli reliable
able reliable remedies. It is applied to the
'abdominal muscles to relieve the strain
ia ligaments and tendons.
I In a little book are described more
. LJ"? ."Z
Friend
women for more than two creneratlons.
MVVil A 11 I1U AXJViCTVfc IVf
This book was prepared not only to aid
the inexperienced but to enable so many
women to have at hand the timely hints,
suggestions and helps in concise and
neatly printed form for ready reference.
It should be in all homes. "Mother's
Friend" may be had of almost any drug druggist
gist druggist but if you fan to find It write us di direct
rect direct and also write for book to Bradfleld
Regulator Co SOS Lamar Bid.. Atlanta,
Georgia.

lot 84. Gary's add; raised from $200
to $400.
Unknown 104- ft e and w by
1154 ft n and s in ne cor lot' 87
Gary's add. Raised from $200 to
$400.
Unknown Com 133 ft w of ne
corlot 88 Gary's add, w 43 ft s 112
ft e 43 ft n 112 ft. Raised from
$30 to $100.
Unknown Com 121H ft w of ne
cor lot 100 Gary's addition w 50 ft.
s 112 ft e 50 ft n 112 ft- Raised
from $100 to $200. V
Unknown Lots 7 and 13 blk 1
Lincoln Heights. Raised from $100
to $200. ,7 "...
Unknown Lot 2 blk 4 Lincoln
Heights. .Raised from $50 to $100.
Unknown Lot 11 blk ,5 Lincoln
Heights. Raised from $50 to $100.
Unknown Lot 9 blk 5 Lincoln
Heights. Raised from $50 to $100.
Unknown Lot 1 block 6 Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln Heights. Raised from $100
to $200. .
Unknown Lot 4 blk 1 Ditto's re revised
vised revised plat. Raised from $50 to
$100.
Unknown Lot 6 blk 1 ex 14 1-3
off n end Ditto's revised plat. Rais Raised
ed Raised from $50 to $100.
Unknown Lot 6 blk 2 Ditto's re revised
vised revised plat. Raised from $50 to $100.
Unknown acre on w side lot
3 E. G. Smith's addition. Raised
from $150 to. $300
. Unknown 4 0 f t e and w by
138 ft n and s in nw cor lot 5 E.
G. Smith's add. Raised from $150
to $300.
Unknown N lot 6 E. G. Smith's
add. Raised from $150 to $300.
Unknown Com. at se cor lot 7 E
G. Smith's add w 40 ft n 89 ft e 40
ft s 89 ft. Raised from $50 to
$100.
Unknown EH of sw lot 7 E.
G. Smith's add. Raised from $100
to $200.
Unknown W. of w lot 7 E.
G. Smith's add. Raised from $50 to
$100.
Unkhown Ne of nw lot 7 E.
G. Smith's add. Raised from $50 to
$100.
Unknown Com at ne cor lot 7 E.
G. Smith's add w 52 ft s 85 ft e 52
ft n 85 ft. Raised from $50 to $100.

Unknown E lot 8 E. G. Smith's
add. Raised from-$100 to $200.
Unknown Lots 1 and 2 Giles sub
lot 11 E. G. Smith's add. Raised
from $100 to $200.
: Unknown Lots 3 4 5 Giles sub
lot 11 E. G. Smith's add. Raised
from $100 to $200.
Unknown 43 ft e and w by 174
9-10 ft n and s on e side lot 12 E. G.
Smith's add. Raised from $50 to
$100. v-
Unknown Lots 4 and 5 sub, of
lot 13 u. u. smith's add. Raised
from $50 to $100.
Unknown Lot'l eub of lot 14 E.
G. Smith's add. Raised from $50 to
$100..
Unknown Lot 3 sub of lot 14 E.
G. Smith's add; Raised from $250

to $500. .
Unknown Lots 5 and 6 sub of lot
14 E. G. Smith's add. Raised from
$100 to $200.
Unknown Lot 17 E. G. Smith's
add. Raised from $50 to $100.
Unknown Lots 124 4 6 7 sub
of lot 18. E. G. Smith's add. Raised
plat. Raised from $150 to $300.
Unknown Lot 22 Mitchell's first
plat. Raised from $150 to $200.'
Unknown Lots 38 39 39 43
and 54 Mitchell's revised plat. Rais Raised
ed Raised from $350 to $500.
Unknown Lots 5657 58 Mit Mitchell's
chell's Mitchell's revised plat. Raised from
$100 to $200. '
Unknown Lot 3 S. J. Green's
add. Raise1 frpm .$600 to $1000.
Unknown Com at sw cor lot 18
E. G. Smith's add w 50 ft n 100 ft e
50 ft s 100 ft sec 18 tp 15 r 22.
Raised from $50 to $100.
Unknown Lots -1. and 3 blk 6
West End. Raised from $100 to
$200.
Unknown Lot 18 hlk 8 West
End. Raised from $100 to $200.
Unknown Lot 19 blk 9 West
End. Raised from $50 to $100.
Unknown Lot 22 blk 9 West
End. Raised from $50 to $100.
.Unknown Lots 15 and 17 blk 10
West End.' Raised from $100 to
$200.
Unknown Lots 18 22 and 24 blk
10 West End. Raised -from $200 to
$400.
Unknown Lot 24 blk 29 West
End, Raised from $50 to $100.
Unknown Lots 1 and 3 blk 30
West End. Raised from $100 to
$300.
Unknown Lot 4 blk 30 West
End. Raised from $50 to $100.
Unknown Lots -21 22 23 24 blk
30 West End. Raised from $200 to
$400.
Unknown Lots 1 to 10 inclusive
blk 46 West End. Raised from
$150 to $300. v
Unknown Lots 1 to 10 inclusive
blk 47 West End. liaised from $150
to $300.
Unknown Lots 1 to 10 blk 48
West End. Raised from $150 to
$30.0.
Unknown Lots 1 to 10 inclusive
blk 49 West End. Raised from $150
to $300.
Unknown Lots 1 4 5 8 9 blk 1
Western's add. Raised' from $150
to $300.
Unknown Lots 12 to 30 inclusive
blk 51 Santa Maria Place. Raised
from t$200 to $400.
Unknown Lots 11 to 30 inclusive
blk 52 Santa Maria Place. Raised
from $200 to $400.
Unknown Lots il to 30 Inclusive
blk 53 Santa Maria Place. Raised
from $150 to $300.
Unknown Lots 13 to 30 inclusive
blk 54 Santa Maria Place. Raised
from $150 to $300.
Unknown Lots 13 to 30 Inclusive
blk 55 Santa Maria Place. Raised
from $150 to $300.
Unkdown Lots 1 to 24 inclusive
blk 71 Santa Maria Place ex lots 21
and 23. Raised from $200 to $400.
Unknown Com 25 ft s of nw cor
of sw sec 18 tp 15 r 22 s 208.56
ft e 208.56 ft n 208.56 ft w 208.56
ft. Raised from $250 to $500.
Unknown Lots 1 to 32 inclusive
blk 72 Santa Maria Place ex lots 29
30 31 32 blk 72 Santa Maria Place.
Raised from $150 to $300. ..
Unknown Lots 1 to 32 inclusive

blk 73 Santa Maria Place." Itt 2
from $200 to $400.
Unknown Lots 1 to 28 Inclcclro
blk 74 Santa Maria Place. Rsirri
from $150 to $300.
Unknown -Lots 1; to 32 inclutlro
blk 75 Santa Maria Place. Ralssa
from $150 to $300.
Unknown Lots 17 to 23 Inclusive
sec 18 tp l3 r 22 Columbia City.
Raised from $50 to $100.-
Unknown Those lands described
in revised plat of lots 1 to 16 see 18
tp 15 r 22 Columbia City. Raised
from $50 to $100.
Unknown Com 198 f t n of se cor
of nw4 of nei sec 18 tp 15 r 22
n 198 ft w 420 ft s 198 ft e 420 ft.
Raised from $250 to $500.
Unknown 100 ft sq in se cor of
ne4 of nwU see 18 tp 15 r 22..
Raised from $100 to $200. V
Unknown X lot 1 Cline's add.
Raised from $300 to $600.
Unknown N lot 11 Cline's add.'
Raised from $100 to $200.
Unknown Sw U lot 17 ? Cliae's
add. Raised from 350 to $100.
Unknown Lot 19 Cline's add.
Raised rrom $100 to $200. :
Unknown Se lot 20 Cline's
add. Raised from $100 to $200.
Unknown Lot, 2 3 Cline's add.
Raised frtm $100 to $200.
Unknown N lot 26 Cline's add.
Raised from $50 to $100.
Unknown Lot 1 Tucker H11L
Raised from $150 to $300.
Unknown W lot 4 ex 30 ft n.
and s on n end Dunn's North 'West
add. Raised from $100. to $200.
Unknown S lot 5 Dunn's North
West add. Raised from $100 to
$200.
Unknown Nw4 lot 10 Dunn
North West add. Raised from $50
to $100.
Unknown Nof n of lot 11
Dunn's N. W. add. Raised froa
$100 to $200.
Unknown S of n lot 11
Dunn's .N. W. add ex 37 f t e and w.
on w end. Raised from flCO-to
$200. ..
Unknown S of lot 11 Dunn's
N. W. add. Raised from $50 to
$100.
Unknown Ne lot 12 Dunn's N.
W. add. Raised from $100 to $ 2C0.

Unknown S of ne!4 lot 14
Dunn's N. W. add. Raised frcm $50
to $100.
Unknown Lot 16 Dunn's X.- W.
add. Raised from $300 to $600.
Unknown Se lot 17 Dunn's N.
W. add. Raised frpm $100 to $200.
Unknown 7fr ft e and w by 115
ft n and s in sw cor lot 18 Dunn's it.
W. add. Raised from $50 to $100.
Unknown Lots 1 to 14 inclusive
blk A Dunn's N. W. add. Raised
from $200 to $400.
Unknown Lots l to 14 Inclusive
ex lots -6 8 10 blk B Dunn's N. W.
add. Raised from $250 to $500.
Unknown Lots 6 8 and 10 blk B
Dunn's N. W. add. Raised from $50
to $100.
-Unknown Lots 3 8 9 14 blk U
Dunn's iN. W. add. Raised from
$100 to 3200.
Unknown -Lots 1 to 14 inclusive
blk F Dunn's N. W. add. Raised
from $200 to $400. ,.
Unknown Lots 1 to 14 inclusive
blk G Dunn s X. W. add. Raised
from $200 to $400.
Unknown Lots 1 to 12 inclusive
blk O Dunn's 'X. W. add. Raised
from $150 to $300.
Unknown Lots 1 to 14 ex lots 11
and 13 Dunn's X. W. add. Raised
from $150 to $300.
Unknown Lot 3 blk 3 range 1
Goss add. Raised from $100 to
$200.
Unknown Lots 1 and 4 blk 4
range 1 Goss add. Raised from
$100 to $200.
Unknown Lots 2 and 3 hlk 4
Goss add. Raised from $100 to
$200.
Unknown Lot 3 blk 1 range 2'
Goss add. Raised from $100 to $200.
Unknown -Sw.
Unknown S of ne lot 1 blk
2 range -2 Goss add. Raised from
$100 to $200.
Unknown N of n lot'l blk
2 range 2 Goss add- Raised from
$100 to $200. v
Unknown Lots 3 and 4 blk 2
range 2 Goss add. Raised from $100
to $200. ;
Unknown Lots 2 and 3 blk 2
range 3 Goss add. Raised from
$100 to $200.-
Un known Lots 1 and 3 blk 3
range 3 Goss add. Raised from $100
to $200.
Unknown Lot 2 blk 3 range 2
Goss add. Raised from
$200.
$100 to
Unknown W-of lots 1 and 2
blk 1' range 4 Goss add. Raised from
$100 to $200.
Unknown Lots 3 and 4 blk 1
range 4 Goss add. Raised from $100
to $200.
Unknown Lots 1 to 30 inclusive
U. R. Waterman's sub of blk 5 see
18 tp 15 r 22 Agnew's add. Raised
from $200 to $400.
Unknown Lots 5 to 22 inclusive
J. R, Biggs' sub of lot 6 sec 18 tp
15 r 22 Agnew's add. Raised from
$300 to $500.
Said property being assessed as un unknown
known unknown for the year 1914.
The city council will sit to near
objections or complaints on the 22nd
of May. 1914, at 8 o'clock p. m., at
council chamber, Ocala, Florida. All
objections to be in writing..
H..C. SISTRUXK,
City Clerk and Assessor of Taxes for
City of Ocala. Florida.
You. can get fresh shrimp : and
crabs every day at RodofTs cafe. 5-9
Y71
PHONE 503 :
For Good Wood :
DIG Load for 01.
Tour Order will have ' -,
Immediate Attention. J
J. L. 5MOM I

MOOD



GAME CALLED OFF

OCALA OCCURRENCES

Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Elks meet this evening.
Pythian Slaters meet tonight.

Board of Trade tomorrow night.

Easter lilies for sale; phone. No.
379, 5-4-6 1

Mr. iE. .W. Davis was in town yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, the guest of Mr. R. B. Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. ;

Mr .and Mrs. -George Carmichael.
are on their way home from Hot
Springs.

Agent Rust has just installed a.
dandy Underwood typewriter in the
citv clerk's office.

News comes from Tallahassee that
the supreme court has sustained

Judge Bullock's double bar decision.

DAILY WEATHER REPORT

Mr.. Geo. B. Stein, after a visit to
liia family here, is out on the road
again.', '."'."

Mr. R. C. Ponder of Orlando was
here yesterday on a visit to his
brother, Mr. 1, W. Ponder.

, Mr. Edgar F. Smith of the Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon Bottling Works, was in the
city today.

Mr. H. C. Jones took Mr. Bennett
of the bottling works and tne Blud Blud-wine
wine Blud-wine man to Dunnellon in his car
this morning.

Tomorrow night is the time for
the 'Boat d of Trade meeting and all
members should be present o hear
reports of the Leesburg meeting and

other Important matters.

The following weather report is
furnished the Star every afternoon
by Mr. F. G. B. Weihe, local report reporter
er reporter for the weather bureau operated
by the United States department of
agriculture, showing maximum and
minimum temperature and rainfall
during the twenty-four hours end ending
ing ending at 3 p. m.:
Max. Min, R. F.
March average .74 48 .03
April average.. 81 60 .09
May 1. ........ 87 65 .02
May 2. ;'. .81 61
May auf.. .85 51
May 4 ....... .85 55
May 5 .:. J ...... 85 55
May 6...... ...87 61
May 7... 90 61
May 8.. ...89 60
May 9.1.1 87 68
May 10. . .... .83 63
May 11. 88, v 53

May 12 .88 60
Forecast for Tonight and Tomorrow
Generally fair tonight and Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, except showers and cooler
Wednesday northwest portion.

The ball game for Thursday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon has been cancelled. -'.

REWARD FOR LOST LOCKET

KENDRICK EPWORTH LEAGUE

. Last evening the Ocala Epworth
League met with the Kendrick Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League in a joint program of
department talks, songs, conference
items, state news and other topics of
vital importance to this society. The
Kendrick league is the newest league
in Florida leaguedom, and with such
workers as President Lytle and his
efficient corps of officers, it promises
to be one of the best in the state,
demonstrating that quality and not
quantity is most essential in, effect effective
ive effective work. They will send a delegate
to league conference in June at St.
Petersburg. Thenejijjjnjon meet

ings will De witn-nne ocala league.

V.r f -Y

Mr. Eugene E. Dobbs, propriet

of the Florida House desires the Stir

1.0 express n i s m an as 10 laose wio

Tendered assistance to Drotect h

property during last night's fire. Hex

was absent from the city at the time
and arrived home during the confla conflagration,
gration, conflagration, but the danger to his hotel
was great at times.

The K. of P. were in session last!

ie ii l jf.uu ici v hi: 'HK. -i. tiussi

. m

the lessons of tie second rank when
the fire alarm founded. Jake Brown
was helping to mold Dr. Gross on the
goat, and they say the reverend gen gentleman
tleman gentleman was tnU only man in town

who was thankful for the fire, for

lodge adjourned so quickly

Imost'fell down stairs.

. ; O. B. Howes, of Ocala, spent a few
days in the city this week looking af after
ter after his cattle Interests on the Kissim Kissim-mee
mee Kissim-mee range. Mr. Howes is highly
gratified with the outlook for the
cattle Industry, and. expects to return

ater and spend several weeks on the

I range. Kissimmee Gazette,
rvrvnrrii! ni? HPinyiT.

the

A

Mr. I. T. StToigrforrgm an of .the

Ocala Iron Works, went to Zuber
'yesterday morning to superintend
the installing of a couple of boilers
for the Sumner Lumber Company,
and .will return today for a short
stay. Mr. Strong lost $200 worth of
his private tools In last night's fire.

v 'Internal Revenue Collector T. W;
Smith, accompanied by Deputy Mar Marshal
shal Marshal P. M. Hagan, paid the Star a
pleasan'tr call this morning. Mr. Ha Hagan
gan Hagan is a veteran in the service, hav having
ing having been in it ever since he was a
boy. He is a well known and pleas pleasant
ant pleasant gentleman, and a .welcome1-visitor
to all law-abiding people. Messrs.
Smith and Hagan broke up another
still yesterday. It was being con conducted
ducted conducted by Ike Kincade and Isaac
Gorden, two colored citizens near
Flemington. They are in jail. Mr.
Smith had a warm Tace after a 300 300-pound
pound 300-pound colored lady "who had just
bought some of the booze and is
some sprinter in spite of her weight.

It has. been said that all the fisl

have been cauafcr-vout of the upper
Okiawaha, buVoug local Isaac (Wal (Walton,
ton, (Walton, Judge Warnr, IstfnHT quite a

number of fine orferin it yesterday.

A-sV

e Star is Indebted to him for

bimch of finny delicacies:

A gold locket engraved with X. B.
Finder will please return to X. B.
McXish at No. 107 Okiawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, or the Star office, and receive

reward. 5-12-6t

Mr. Robert Sanders came up from
Dunnellon last night in his car. They
saw the glare of the big fire when
20 miles from the city.

WE'LL HELP

YOU THROUGH
your tire troubles, as we keep a full
line of tires. We do all kinds of up-to-date
repalriMg of cars in a manner
that always gives perfect satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. Our prices are low, our work workmanship
manship workmanship first-class.

PRUBEKBDI

Should lead you to deposit your money in the bank Ltead of keeping it rhcro
it is exposed to all kinds of risks. Remember us vhca you have money, end
we will remember you when you need money. :c
The Ocala National ,Bai
Capital, Supples and PrcCirs fCC;00. r
ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY. x
JNO. L. EDWARDS, Prestoent. CLARENCE CALJP, VcE-PErr.
H. D. STOKES, Cashier. V ; :

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DAMES ID HHHIS

LuicMe's Garage
. 17 N. Main Street.

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STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING

Notice is hereby given that a spe special'
cial' special' meeting of the stockholders of
the Hall Lumber Company will be
held in the company's .offices In
Ocala, Fla., on the morning of Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday May 26th, 1914, at eleven
o'clock a. m., for the purpose of con considering
sidering considering the "proposition of winding
up the affairs of the company and
for the transaction of such other
business as may legally come before
said meeting,.
By order of the president.
Emmett tE. Robinson,
5-12& 5-19 Secretary.'-

OCALA LODGE NO. 280, ts. F. O. t.
Ocala Lodge, So. 286, Benovelent
nd Protective Order of Klks, meats
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. .Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E R R-Joseph
Joseph R-Joseph Bell, Secretary. I Aa.

WlHinME
CAKES AND SUGAR WAFERS
Hydrox
Rrandywine
TanSaii
Veronique
. Clover Leaf
Short Bread
rhllopena
S. 8. Sandwich
Wliole Wheat Wafers
. "Cheese Chips
Cheese Sticks
Cheese Wafers
Macaroon Jumbles
Ginger Wafers
Pilot Wafers
Golden Flakes
Takhoma Biscuit
Saltines.

0. Teapot Grocery
")CALA, FLA.
PHOXES 16 and 174

LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
Visiting brethren always welcome to
the lodge and club house, on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
J. E. Gates, Secretary. ad

COM31ITEES OF THE COUNCHi

Finance E. E. Robinson, chair chairman;
man; chairman; M. J. Roess, C. W. Hunter.
Judiciary -M. J. Roess, chairman;
E. C. Bennett, H. A. Fausett.
Street W. A. Knigat, chairman;
G. A. Carmichael, E. E. Robinsor.
Cemetery J. C. Smith, chairman;
E. E. Robinson. M. J. Roess.
Fire -T2. C. Bennett, chairman; J.
X. Tolar, II. A. Fausett.
Police C. W. Hunter, chairman;
W. A. Knight. J. N. Tolar.
Market J. N. Tolar, chairman; J.
C. Smith, H. A. Fausett.
Sanitary C. W. Hunter, chair chairman;
man; chairman; H. A. Fausett, J. C. Smith-.
Building H. A. Fausett, chair chairman;
man; chairman; J. C. Smith, J. N. Tolar.
Light and Water M. J. Roess.
W. A. Knight, G. A. Carmichael.

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Selling Agents
Partridge-Woodrotv Companj
Merchant Block. Ocala

J. E. CHACE t
Dntal Surgeon

Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250 ..
OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms: Cash.

L. F. BLAtOCK
Dental Sorjreon

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Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
OCALA. FLORIDA

PIANO TUNING

J.E.FRAMPTON
fr-merly of Lamar, Mo., Is
now located in O-ala. Expert
work guaranteed. references
given. Call or address, 29
Dangherty St.. Ocala Fla.

Of Institntions, Finns, People and
. Phones Most Often Called in
; Ocala ; ": v
The following condensed tele telephone
phone telephone directory is published for the
benefit of the Star's; readers.. No
charge is made for any of the entries
in It. It covers the city depart departments,
ments, departments, the railroads and telegraph
offices, the offices and residences of
all the doctors in the city, the hos hospital
pital hospital and trained nurses in fact, all
the points likely to be most needed.
A directory is attached to each
phone, but people often have occas occasion
ion occasion to learn a telephone number
when they are at a distance from
both the phone and the book,' and it

is principally for the convenience of
these that the directory is published.

'til f
phone -a
Ocala Iron Works

FAMILY AVOIDS
SERIOUS SICKNESS

By Being ConstantTjr Supplied T7ith
Thedford's Bkck-Drauxtt

McDuff. Va. "I suffered for several
years," says Mrs. J. B. Whit taker, d
this place, "with sick headache, and
stomach trouble.
Ten years ago a friend told me to fry
Thedford's Black-Draught, which I did,
and I found it to be the best family medi medicine
cine medicine for young and old.
I keep Black-Draught on hand all the
time now, and when my children feel a
little bad, they ask me for a dose, and it
does them more good than any medicine
they ever tried.
We never have a long spell of sick sickness
ness sickness in our family, since we commenced
using Black-Draught."
Thedford's Black-Draught is purely
vegetable, and has been found to regu regulate
late regulate weak stomachs, aid digestion, re relieve
lieve relieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and similat
symptoms.
It has been in constant use for more
than 70 years, and has benefited more
than a million people.
Your druggist sells and recommends
Black-Draught. Price only 25c.i Get a
eackage to-day. K.G123

A. C. L. passenger station
A. C. L. freight office. .... .'.
Banner . . 1
Brigance, City Marshal
Board of Trade. .....
Brinson, school superintendent
City Hall .. .. .. .1 .. ..
Commercial Bank ....
County jail .... . .... . . 4
Dr. Dozier v. .....
Dr. Dozier, residence ........
Dr. E. Van Hood ...........
Dr. E. Van Hood, residence..
Dr. Counts ................
Dr. Counts, residence ........
Dr. J. W. Hood..; .......
Dr. J. W. Hood, residence...
Dr. Izlar
Dr. IzlaY, residence
Dr. Land .. ...
Dr. Lane, residence
Dr. Lindner.
Dr. McClane .
Dr. McClane, residence ...
Dr Newsom
Dr. Newsom, residence
Dr. Peek .
Dr. Peek, residence. ..........
Dr. Smith . .. .
Dr. Smith, residence. ......

Dr. Thompson .............
Dr. Von Engelken
Dr. Von' Engelken, residence...
Dr. Watt .
Dr. Watt, residence. .........
Dr. Walters. . ... .........
Dr. Walters, residence
Dr. Wilson, colored. .........
Dr. Hughes, colored
EVEXINO STAR . ...... .
Electee Light Plant
Elks Club.........
FTRE STATION
Florida, House. .... . ....
Galloway, sheriff, residence. .
Harrington Hall Hotel. : . .
INFORMATION OPERATOR
TELEPHONE EXCHANGE.

J Marion County Fair Grounds.

Marion County Board of Trade
MARION COUNTY HOSPITAL
Miss Gerard, .trained nurse.
Miss Harwell, trained nurse...
Miss Washburn, trained nurse
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. .
Moose Club ,..,..........
OCALA EVENING STAR ....
Ocala Gas Co., office...
Ocala Gas Co., plant. ........
Ocala House ............ ...
Ocala National Bank. ........
Ocala Northern Railway. . .
Ocala Southwestern Railway...
Ocala City ofilce ...... . ....
Ocala Telephone Company ....
POSTOFFICE ..
POLICE ALARM
Postal Telegraph oflBce. ....
Sheriff's office
Seaboard Air Line City Ticket
office ."
Seaboard Airline freight office
STAR OFFJCE
Southern Express Co
Western Union Telegraph office

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OCALA SOUTHERN SCHEDULE

No. 71 Leave Ocala daily 1:15
p. m. Arrive Palatka daily except
Sunday, 4:45 p. m. Arrive Palatka
Sunday, 4:15 p. m.
No. 71 Leave Palatka dally ex ex-rnt
rnt ex-rnt Simdav. 7:40 a m. Arrive

Ocala 1 1 t. m. I
NO. 73 Leave Palatka Sunday, 8
a. m. Arrive Ocala, 11 a. m. 4

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NO. NAME OCCUPATION DATE ISSUED
5SS E. U Mills, launch...............;. Dec 1. 1S1J ..
5 J. W. Randall and Son. .merchant. .Dec 1, 11J. .
$97 Dunnellon Devi. Co.. merchant. ... .Dec 1.
598 Dunnellon DevL Col. livery-.... ."I .Dec "1. 1S1...
599 J. a. Parham and Co merchants.. Dec 1. 1913...
00 J. R. Dewey, restaurant.. ..Dec 1. 1913...
01 'Auto Sales Gum Co.. vending men.. Dec. 2, 1913...
S02 M. StrauM. restaurant .....'.......Dec 4. 1913..-.
03 S. I Smith, auto for hire ...Dec 5. 1913...
04 E. f. Smith, bottling worlu... Dec S, 1913...
605 Ocala Oas Engine Works, garage., Dec 5. 1913...
0C s. Flenbergr. merchant. ...... ......Dec 5, 1913...
607 Dr. H. W. Henry, jvhyaician ..Dec 6. 1913...
608 "M. J. Tttornton. merchant .....Dec 1913..-.
5??9- J?- Sitrunk. ins agt. .Dec t, 1912...
? 2. O. Barksdale. mgr theater. .. ;..Detv 9. 1913 ..
11 Wm. Coney, restaurant ........... .Dec.'- 19. 1913
612 F. R. Hocker. lawyer .... .....Dec 11. 1913:.
613 Bex Baldwin, merchant ..Dec '3. 1913 ..
614 J. C. Frampton. piano tuner .Dec 13. 1913 ..
615 Ar. 1 Blalock. physician ..........Dec 15. 1913'..
616 J. H. Seckinger. merchant ..Dec 17. 1913 ,.
617 Dunnellon Pbos Co Pmw. plant... .Dec 18. 1913
618 Dunnellon Phos. Co.. Phos. plant... Dec IS, 193 :
619 John M. Xandolt. merchant Dec If. 1913 ..
620 J. aL Anderson, merchant Dec 19. 1913 ..
61 W. M. Hays, merchant ...Dec 20. 1913-..
?2 Jim Shelley, merchant ....Dec 30. 1913
623 Sun Bros., shows ..Dec 32. 1913
624 Paul Noble, ins at .-..Dec 4. 1913 ..
25 O. A. Nash, merchant .V.Dec 26. 1913 .
626 R. "E. Maxwell, itinerant Tender of '
drugs .; ... ... ........Dec 29. 1913 ..
627 Samuel Slack Co.. merchant .Dec 1, 1913 ..
628 Carmichael A Son Co.. weigh mch..Jan. 1. 1914 ...
629 Dr. R. C Black, physician ..Jan 5, 1914 ...
630 J. C Glymp. one dray. ..Jan. 6. 1914
631 E. M. Osborn. ins agt k....i.Jan. 1914. -V.
632 Dr. H. C. Dozier. physician Jan. 7, 1914 ...
633 W. B. Douglas and Co.. mchts. .. :. Jan. 7, 1914 ...
C34 W. B. Douglas t Co.. turpt still. -.Jan. 7, 1914 ...
635 Florida Blosoms. show ..Jan. 7. 1914 ...
636 S. M. Stanley, liquor dealer. ..... .Jan. 9. 1914
637 W. H. English, merchant -Jan. 10. 1914,..
638 M. 1m Reynolds, ins agt ...Jan. 10. 1914 ..
639 11. W. Ferguson. surveyoV ..... Jan. 10. 1914 ..
640 Wise Amusement Ca, amusement
park.... .-..'..Jan. 12. 1914 ..
641 Red dick Ice Facrory. ice "factory
and cold storage .Jan. 12. 1914
642 Florida Blossoms, minstrel show.. Jin. 13. 1914 ..
643 Fla. Blossoms Co.. minstrel show. .Jan. 13, 1914 ..
644 S. U. Campbell, real estate agent..: J an. 13. 1914 ..
643 V. M. Ponder. barter .Jan. 14. 1914 ..
646 Dr. R. D. Fuller, dentist IJan.- 15. 1914 ..
647 F. E. Hemphill, merchant ...'.....Jan. 17. 1914 ..
648 Silver .Springs Co., merchant.'.. ... Jan. 19... 1914 ..
649 Silver Springs Co.. boat yard ..... Jan. 19, 1914 .
650 Silver Springs Co launch .Jan. 19. 1914 .'.
651 Dr. J. -M. Thompson, physician ...Jan. 19. 1914 ..
652 P. J. Theus Co.. merchant Jan. 19. 1914 ..
653 Tydings and Co.. druggist ....'....Jan. 19. 1914,..
654 Joseph Anderson, merchant Jan. 20. 1914:..
455 iMth. M. A. Bostlck. merchant Jan. 21. 1914 ..
656 B. J.' Benson, merchant .....Jan. 21. 1913 ..
657 L.C. Davis, merchant Jan. 21, 1914 ..
658 Wilson Lewis, merchant Jan. 21. 1914 ..
659 A. G. Allen's Minstrels, show Jan. 22. 1914 ..
660 Jesse Woodard. dray Jan. 24. 1914 .
661 Dr. D. M. Smith, physician Jan. 28. 1914 ..
662 A. G. Allen's Minstrels, show Jan. 29. 1914
663 Antonio Kukas. peanut cart. Jan. .30. 1914 ..
664 R. B. BullockVlawyer Jan. 30. 1914 ..
665 A. H. Bland in g. merchant Feb. 2. 1914 ...
466 A. tLBlandlng. saw mill Fex 2. 1914 ...
667 A. S. Burgess, puulic drays Feto. 2. 1914 ...
668 C W. Perry, barbershop ..Feb.. 2. 1914 ...
669 Guy S. Davidson, auto for hire.... Feb. 2. 1914 ...
670 Dunnellon Pharmacy, druggist ....Fen. 3. 1914 ...
671 C. R. Kreger, merchant .Feb. 3, 1914 ...
672 L. E. Osborn, auto for hire ...it.. Feb. 5. 1914 ...
673 M. 1 'Mershon. lawyer ,..... .Feb. 5, 1914 ...
674 B. Mixson, barber shop iYC.Feb. '5, 1914 ...
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676 V. W. Snelllng. auto -tor hire. ..; i .Feb. 6, 1914 ..
677 'Broadway Grocery Co.. merchant.. Fen. 7. 1914 ...
678 Sol Thrilling, merchant r.v. Fen. 9. 1914 ...
679 C. C. Williams, permanent ptgphr. Feb. 11. 1914 ..,
680 C. F. Gamble, retail fresh meat.... Feb. 11, 1914 ..
681 H. 6.. Chambers, shoe black, stand. .Feb. 12. 1914 ..
682 B. R. Stripling, ins agt ......Feb. 12. 1914 ..
683 I- L. Home, merchant ....Feb. 13, 1914 ..
684 U 1 Home, turpt still .a. .Feb. 13. 1914...
685 Jas. A. Park, show j i V. . Feb. 16 .1914 ..
686 A. Ii. Williams, merchant ....Feb. 16, 1914 ..'
687 Robert Lee. merchant ... v ...... .Feb. 17,1914 ..
688 C Farrls, merchant .,,Feb. 18. 1914 ..
689 A. C Walkup, physician ......... .Fel. IS. 1914
60 S. B. Brooks, merchant wViFeb. 21, 1914
691 G. B. Lawton, auto for hire .......Feb.. 21. 1914
692 It. N. White, merchant ...Feb. 23. 1914...
693 Charles Spraggin. merchant ......'.Feb. 23, 1914 ..
694 D. W. Hall, merchant Feb. 23, 1914 ..
695 La. C. Jackson, .merchant Feb.' 23, 1914...
696 C. B. Ayer. dentist Feb'24. 1914 ..
697 W. E. Hough, merchant ..Feb. 24. 1914
698 Dr. 'A. La. lzlar, pnysiclan Feb."25. 1914 ...
699 C. Ii. Williamson, merchant Feb.' 26. 1814 ..
700 A. W. Walker, 'travl photographer... Feb. 28. 1914
701 Mrs. I'i. W. Ditto, auto for hire.i'.'.iMarch 3, 1914
702 Smith Bros., merchants v. March 4.. 1914
703 Wade Spraggins. merchant ..'JMarcn 5. 1914
704 W. C .Sanders, barber .......March 5 1914
705 W. H. Burrell. Jr.. merchant March 7, 1914
706 It. McConathy. lawyer .'March: 9, 1914
707 Mrs. A. 1L Carter, weighing mch.. .March 9.-1914
708 ;Mr G. P. Venters, hotel ...March, 11. 1914,
709 Lj-nne N. S. Co.. turpt still March 14. 1914
710 McGehee L.br. Co., saw mill Marh 14. 1914
711 McGehee L,br. Co., merchant ......Marcn 14. 1914
712 E. S. Bell, merchant : March 18, 1914
713 'AbeS Johnson, merchant ...... March. 18. 1914.
714 Cocowlch & A'anbracken. turpen-. ..
tine still March 18. 1914-
713 Vanbrackle and Cocowitch. mchts.. March 18. 1914
716 Vanbrackle and Cocowitch. tur- ..
pentlne still larch 18. 1914
717 Joe Sear.. manager theater March, Z4, 1914
718C a. Phillips, show ..'March. 25. 1914
.719 M. C. Izlar. dentist March 25. 1914
720 Mose Green, merchant i'Marcn "26, 1914
721 Walker Mulligan Hood Co.. mcht--March 16. 1914
722 P. A. Lid dell, merchant March 27. 1914.
723 L. J. Dankwertz. merchant "March 27. 1914
724 Thu. GerockloJ, merchant ..March 27, 1914
725 T La, Lowrie. physician March 27, 1914
726 W. C. Sanders, pool table ... ,.. April 4,1914 ..
727 Walker Robinson, merchant '.April 4, 1914 ..
728 Jackson and Jackson, merchants. .'April 4.1914
729 Spencer Church, merchant ...April 61914 ..
730 S. T. Sistrunk. lawyer April 914 ..
731 will McCIod. merchant April 11, 1914,
732 Williams & Barnes, restaurant ....April 13. 1914
733 D. H. Pettys. pool table ApriiOJ. JS14
734 J. C Spurlin, auto garage ........'ApTll 14. 1914
735 Van Boney. auto for hire ..April 16. 1914":
736 L. S. Rhodes, merchant April "22,1314
737 O. Cason. merchant .....April 23, 1914
738 p. M. Harp and Co.. merchant April 24 ..1914
739 F. M. Harp and Co.. turpt still. ... .'April 24. 1914
740 A. -Z. Oledbaum. merchant : April 24. 1914
742 Calvin Clark, merchant .April 25. 1914

743 Will Wilkersoi). merchant April 25, 1914 i

744 Cunningham and uiymp. racms. t .Apru z,

745 C H. lienning. mercaant -.prii in
TiK T Hlckson. bottling works .....April 28. 1914

Hi Johnson Smith Co. turpt. still..... Oct- 13. 1914...
748 Johnson Smith Co.. merchant ...... .Oct. 13,. 1914
749 R. M. Reeves, merchant. ....April l.'19I4
750 Dupree. J. C auto for hire...... -April 1. 1914
751 E. L, Falkenburg. auto for hire. ..--April 1. 1914 ..
752 R. L. Anderson, lawyer Oct. 1. 193 ..
753 Walker Mulligan -Furt. Co. mer merchant
chant merchant .. ....April 1. '914 ..
754 Mamie L. James, restaurant...... .April 1, 1914
755 Willie Burden, merchant April ". 1914
75S Joe Bryant, merchant ..April 1. 191 ..

AMOUNT
OTATB COUNT T
...3 5.C9 $ -S.H

3.69
4.6
7.54
3.t
19 60
5.69
15.69
5.63
10.63
lt.ta
.
io.a
3.3
10.00
3.00
3.C9
10.00
3.60
22.50
27.50
3.00
. 3.69
3.0
3.00
22.50
10.50
25.00

.3.00
, 5.00
. 10.00
6.60
10.0
3.00
20.00
. 25.00
500.00
3.00
10.00

. 100.00
.. 10.00
.. 25.00
. 15.00
, 10.00
. 1.00
10.00
3.00
. 3.00
6.00
6.00
.. 10.00
7.50
6.00
3.00
. 3.00
. 12.00
3.00
3.00
.. 25.00
. 5.00
. 10.00
... 15.00
.. -2.00
. 10.00
3.00
10.00
6.00
1.00
.. 25.00

4.50
3.00
6.00
10.00
1.00
3.00
1 6.00
" 3.00
3.00
6.00
6.00
2.00

i

0.00
45.00
73.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
5.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
10.00
5.00
3.00
3.00
1.00
' 3.00
10.00
5.00
10.00
fc35.00
oO.OO
6.00'
3.00

..... 1,50.

45.00
3.00
45.00
5.00
15.00
10.00
1.50
1.50
. 1.50
3.00
3.00
10.00
12.50'
3.00
3.00
1.50
10.00
1.50
2.50
12.60
5.00
2.50"
. L50
.50
3.00
35.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
. 6.00
25.00
3.00
2.50
2.50
io.oo
1.50
2.50
1.50
1.50

2JT6
3.5
1.60
6.0
2.5
7.5
3.60
6.0
v
v. 3.00
- 6.00
7u60
2.(9'
. 6.C9
2.C
. 6.0
1.60
1.50
6.09
. 1.5
11.15
16.75
1.60
. 1.6
1.69
1.69
11.25
1.09
: 6.25
12.69
1.60
2.60
5.00
2.50
3.60
6.09
1.60
10.00
12.69
600.00
1.69
- 2.50
6.00
60.00

a.vv
, 12.60
7.60
6.00
.50
5.0O
1.50
1.60
2.60
2.50
. 5.00
! 3.76
3.00
1.60
1.60
6.00
1.60
1.60
12.60
2.60
6.00
7.60
LOO
' 5.00
1.60
6.00
. 2.60
.60
12.50
25
1.60
2.50
6.00
.50
1.50
- 2.50
L60
1.60
2.60
2.60
, 1.00
2.50
3.00
22.50
37.60
1.50
L50
. L50
5.00
L50
2.50
.1.50
1.50
' 1.50
1.50
5.00
- 1 CA

5.00
1.50
5.00
2.50

1.50
.50
1.50
5.00
2.50
5.00
17.50
25.00
3.00
- 1.50
-75
22.50
1.50
22.50
2.50
7.50
5.00
.75
" .75
.75
1.50
1.50
5.00
0.25
- .L50
L50
.75
5.00
.75
1.25
0.25
2.50
L25
.75
.75
1.50
17.5C
.75
. ,7S
.76
.75
.75
2.50
17.50
1.50
.75
1.25
1.25
5.00
.75
1.25
.75
. .75

STATE "OF FLORIDA. I
COCXTY OF 'MARION. 1
I. W. E. Smith, county judge In -and -for Marion county. Florida, do cer certify
tify certify that the foregoing report contains a true statement of all occupational
licenses is.ued in Marion county from the first day of December, 1912 to the
first day of Aniil i914; both days Inclusive.
Wl E. SMITH. County Judge.