OCALA FLORIDA. THURSDAY. MAY H, 1914
AIID HIS FOLLOW TAKE TUXPAU WITH THE UNITED STATES
POSSESS! OF VEDA CDIIZ, HUERTA WILL BE ALMOST
TAMPICO, SECOND 3IOST IMPOR IMPORTANT
TANT IMPORTANT SEAPORT OF MEXICO,
IN CONTROL OF THE REBEL
ARMIES THE FALL OF TAM-PICO.
WASHINGTON, May 14. The
United States may recognize the
belligerency of the Mexican constitu constitutionalists.
tionalists. constitutionalists. A formal demand for
this recognition is expected by Pres-
JiliMit ft.............. 1 A 1 .J S
with Tampico, the second most im important
portant important seaport of Mexico in his pos possession
session possession and with the fall of Tuxpam
.almost an immediate certainty, the
success of the revolution Is assured.
But arms and ammunition are again
a necessity. Without them the con constitutionalist
stitutionalist constitutionalist forces cannot move
against Mexico City and to the
Unless the bellingerency of the
rebels Is recognized by this country,
the United States cannot permit the
importation of arms and ammunition
from this country or through the
port of Vera Cruz, which Is now
held by General Funston of the Unit United
ed United States army.
THE FALL OF TAMPICO
Washington, May 14. Rear Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Mayo at Tampico reported to
the navy department last night that
at 2 p. m. yesterday the Mexican fed federal
eral federal gunboats Bravo and Zaragoza
steamed out of the Panuco river and
anchored near the foreign warships
outside. The gunboats have been
the chief support of the garrison,
and their flight was accepted by nav naval
al naval officers here as meaning that the
constitutionalists were about to oc occupy
cupy occupy the town.
That the rebels encountered des desperate
perate desperate resistance An their final at attack
tack attack and that they, were compelled
to carry their fight to the heart of
the town, was indicated by Rear Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Mayo's representative'. Ad Advices
vices Advices received by constitutionalists
here said the federals were evacuat evacuating
ing evacuating Tampico, but details were lack lacking.
ing. lacking. v
The railroad out of Tampico to
Monterey is held by the constitu constitutionalists.
tionalists. constitutionalists. HUERTA ALMOST ISOLATED
The fall of Tampico overshadows
every thing else in Washington.
Huerta is almost completed isolated.
With Vera Cruz in the 'hands of Am Americans,
ericans, Americans, Tampico, the next important
port held by rebels and Tuxpam so
isolated that the commerce of the
country is paralyzed and the dicta dictator's
tor's dictator's revenues are completely inter interrupted.
GENERAL MASS SUCCEEDED BY
, GENERAL PENA
Vera Cruz, May 14. Although
General Fun ston, in command of the
American troops here, is prepared to
meet any move made by General
Pena, who shas been placed in com command
mand command of the Mexican federal troops
near'" here, relieving General Maas,
the authorities believe the change
indicates a desire on the part of
General -Huerta to preserve peace
until war Is actually declared.
The threatened attack on the wa waterworks
terworks waterworks and the killing of Private
Parks are incidents believed to be
directly responsible for General
Mass removal from command.
The discipline among. the federals
was probably weakened by Maas'
hasty flight when American marines
landed here, and continued overt
acts on the part of his men is un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly weakening Huerta's cause
before the mediators.
VILLA CONGRATULATES GEN.
Juarez, May 14. "My congratula congratulations
tions congratulations to General Gonzales; we "will
meet soon in Mexico City."
General 'Villa, of the rebel forces,
ready for an assault on Saltillo, sent
this brief message to the constitu constitutionalist
tionalist constitutionalist headquarters here.
death untouched, "Bald Jack" Rose
ended r his ordeal as 'the star wit wit-nes
nes wit-nes for the state in this famous
Hot tilts between State's Attorney
Whitman and Attorney Man ton for
the defense marked the last moments
of Rose's testimony.
WAS NOT SHAKEN
ATTORNEYS IN THE ROSENTHAL
3IURDER TRIAL PARTICI PARTICIPATE
PATE PARTICIPATE IN LIVELY TILTS
NEW YORK, MAY 14. With ev every
ery every breach in his story of the mur murder
der murder of Rosenthal repaired and the
whole narrative of how Lieutenant
Becker instituted the gambler's
TAKE CHARGE OF
THE CONSTITUTIONALIST LEAD LEAD-:i
:i LEAD-:i ER WILL OPERATE THESE
WASHINGTON, MAY 14. The
announcement was made at the
White House this morning that Gen General
eral General Carranza, constitutionalist lead leader,
er, leader, had been granted permission by
the United States to send civilian
representatives to Tampico to take
charge of the valuable iOil proper properties
ties properties there and operate them.
TWO MORE VEIIA CRUZ
NEW YORK, MAY 14 Two more
of the Vera Cruz dead will be on Am American
erican American soil this afternoon. The hos hospital
pital hospital ship Solace .with the bodies of
Ray Harry PuUiam and Clarence
Hershberger, American bluejackets,
is due to unload the dead and 31
sick and Injured.
ST. PETERSBURG TO HAVE GAS
With all of its vast improvements
and public utilities, St. Petersburg
has been a gasless city. Now, the
city government has granted a $200, $200,-000
000 $200,-000 franchise to a gas company who
are to put in one of the most up-to-date
gas plants in the state.
REWARD FOR LOST LOCKET
A gold locket engraved with N. B.
Finder will please return to X. B.
McXish at No. 107 Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, or the Star oQee, and receive
Ol'EN' DAY A.TTl -3flUHT
Merchant's Cafe! A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
Easter lilies for 'sale; phone No.
M ELLEN'S STORY OF MORGAN'S
POWER SENSATION OF
WASHINGTON, MAY 14. The
"lid" was blown off of the New Ha Haven
ven Haven Railway's secret cellar of sec secrets
rets secrets in the inquiry being held here
today. The foundation for a com complete
plete complete exposure of the criminal finan
cial manipulations that was expected
would involve the reputations of
men. dead and living, who dominat dominated
ed dominated the financial world for the last
twenty years. Charles S. Mellen,
former president of the New Haven
Railway, was called by the Interstate
Commerce Commission to unravel
the tangled skein of stock manipu manipulations,
lations, manipulations, took the witness stand over
the direct protest of the attorney
Standing, out above everything
else, was. Mellen's story.- He stated
that it was a fact that he was the
late J. P. Morgan's representative.
Mr. Mellen said Mr. Morgan put him
at the head of the New Haven.
The investigation was adjourned
until next Tuesday to allow Mr. Mel Mellen
len Mellen to return to New England to
gather documentary evidence.
HUEDTA REPORTED Oil
THE WEST COAST
THE MEXICAN DICTATOR MAY
HAVE ABANDONED HIS
SAN FRANCISCO, MAY 14. A
private dispatch received here today
carried the report that General
Huerta had fled to the west coast of
Mexico. The message indicated that
Rear Admiral Howard had been no notified..
tified.. notified.. The report further said that
Huerta intended joining the gunboat
Currera, which left Manzanillo en
route for Salina Cruz.
A. B. C. MEDIATORS
WILL HOT TAKE A SPECIAL
WASHINGTON, MAY 1 4. The
plan for the A. B. C. mediators, Unit United
ed United States representatives and news newspaper
paper newspaper men to make the Niagara
Falls trip on a special train has been
abandoned. The different members
of the meeting will leave on different
trains. -' ..''
CAPTMIS OF THE DIVO O SEffiDOQZA
TO BE DECEIVED 00 Offl THE
REAR ADMU1AL MAYO REPORTED THAT TAMPICO 13 IX CONTROL
OF THE REBEL FORCESEMPOWERED OY SEC SEC-RETARY
RETARY SEC-RETARY DANIELS TO AID THE WOUNDED-
WASHINGTON, MATj 14. Rear
Admiral Mayo, who is located at
Tampico, was empowered by Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Daniels to enter the Panuco riv river
er river and give aid to the wounded or
assist the oil men, if he thought it
Admiral Mayo reported that Tam Tampico
pico Tampico appeared to be in complete con control
trol control of the rebels and that all fed federals
erals federals had evacuated the city.'
His dispatch said that the captains
of the gunboats Bravo and Seara Seara-goza,
goza, Seara-goza, federals, have asked him for
an interview and that they be re received
ceived received on board the Connecltcut.
The only limitation to Secretary
Daniels order was the prohibition
against landing marines or making
any other hostile move.
where else. Never, half has-been
told about this -wonderful rolling
.farming country, and we wish tart
.others who consider Florida all
land could see the country In the
manner we saw it.
; Dave and Homer Sullivan and
families are both here getting ready
for the packing season.
Many new faces ; re seen here-
Biwuis, max iBB Hwun u luwn vp
We earnestly hope that Oak farm farm-res
res farm-res will have the good fortune to dis dispose
pose dispose well of their crops at good prio-
!es that all the packers will be anx
ious to return each season.
Oak, May 13. The Butts-Carpenter
wedding was again celebrated
last evening by the admiring neigh neighbors,,
bors,, neighbors,, who in turn were treated to an
excellent musical program led by
John Lock, and refreshments galore.
The wee sma hours of. the morn
fast come upon the lingering never never-quits
quits never-quits e'er the party broke up. ; We all
wish this happy couple a prosperous
and pleasant future.
The Grigg's packing house .will be
enlarged to accommodate the ; In Increased
creased Increased product, making it tn all
better and roomier for the coming
season, at least. A
Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Seller return returned
ed returned home yesterday from their most
enjoyable visit to Palmetto. It was,
real treat to have a
WILL BE PUBLISHED
, The Star and Banner have arrang arranged
ed arranged with the finance committee of the
city council to publish In full the
report of the condition of the city
as made recently by the American
Audit Company. The report will be
published within the next few days
in both papers.
OONCORDiA LODGK F. OF A.
Concordia ioage. Fraternal Union
of America, meets Ir Tonge's Hal'
on the second Thursaay evening of
each month. Geo. L. "Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Vd
; as they say, a
The reunion at Jacksonville was
attended by several of Oak's citizens
and it is the consensus of opinion
that no city had ever done its more
proud than at this time. The deco decorations
rations decorations were complete in every de detail.
tail. detail. The hotels were most accom accommodating,
modating, accommodating, as were every other place
of business, information and. restau restaurants.
rants. restaurants. The only drawback was the
manner in which the ticket agents
at the union station handled the
outgoing crowds. Otherwise every
one attending were loud in their
praise for the excellent policing and
affairs pertaining to this event.
A party left Ocala early Thursday
morning, of which the writer was
one., for Jacksonville, via automo automobile.
bile. automobile. The route, of course, was to
Palatka, St. Augustine, thru Marion
county north, and it, is certainly
true, that the farms look best in
Marion county. Nothing like It any-
j Odus Radfer and Lee McCormfcfer
Shave returned from their old home.
Q'Brlen. 1 j
Enoth.Jones, his daughter and
two granddaughters stopped here on
their return trip home to IllinkM,.
from Palmetto. They arrived .In
Palmetto last October all broken
down in health. : One would have
missed seeing a sight if not present
to see these happy and healthy peo people
ple people going hack home.
Mrs. Henry Griggs has been ill.
but she will be better soon;
Miss Ollie Jones is expected home
today, having graduated with hon honors
ors honors at the Palmetto school.
Mr.1 Rowley, of San Mateo, is ex expected
pected expected to visit Oak this week. to look
over properties here" in the interest
of northern investors, and report on
general farming conditions. to them.
The Seaboard is going to work on
the track extension, shortly to facili
tate the handling of cars during the
The fire at the Ocala Iron Works
"nn11 ho Tvlafnlv rati In Dalr ami fAr
a time it looked as though that
whole section of the city was in a
The county commissioners would
a part of the hard road between here
and Ocala if they would ride over it
in anything from a Tight buggy to a
motor truck. That portion especially
near the Seaboard is nothing but one
long hole after another and getting
wcrse "each day. It would seem less
costly to keep these places filled up
than to wait until the road is a series
BIG BARGAIX IN 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-dw tf
Six Lots sold Last Week
in Block 16, North
Now is the time to buy.
A MMtf to Ydwir
is worth only 100 cents. A dollar on time deposit in a bank
is worth after 12 months 104 cents. A dollar loaned on real
estate security after 12 months is worth 108 cents. A dollar
invested in one of those LOTS IN NtiRTH OCALA NOW
JJs Wni?ttlfti 200 Cinitls.
B. II. SEYM0UK
LET ME SHO7 -YOU.
THE OCALA VELfa STAli, THURSDAY, 3IAY 14, 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
EITTIXGEIt & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
XL It. Carroll, Geieril Manager I'ort V. Leavenood, easiness Manager
J. H. Decjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
3ne year, In advance. . . .$5.00
Six months, Iu adance.... 2.5"
Three months, in advance.. 1.25
One month, ja. advance. . .ad
CAMPAIGN' OPENED AT SPARR
The first meeting of the present
campaign in Marion county under
4ne program laid out by the cam campaign
paign campaign committee of the county ex executive
ecutive executive committee a few days ago
was pulled off at Sparr yesterday,
and to say that it was a big success
in every sense of the word would be
putting it mildly.
The news had been spread broad broadcast
cast broadcast that a basket dinner and picnic
awaited the candidates and their
friends at Sparr and that was suf sufficient
ficient sufficient inducement for the gathering
of a big crowd, even tho many of the
farmers and truckers are very busy
at present with their shipping inter interests.
ests. interests. At 1 1 o'clock everybody was invit invited
ed invited to the town hall over the Thomas
store, where arrangements had been
made to hold the political meeting."
Mr. D. L. Grantham acted as master
of ceremonies for the occasion and
carried on the meeting from beg in in-ing
ing in-ing to end without a hitch, introduc introducing
ing introducing the speakers and making an announcements.
nouncements. announcements. Mr. W. D. Canr who decided only
a few days ago to become a candi candidate
date candidate for com missioner from the first
(Ocala) district, was first introduced.
He stated that he had no fight to
make on his opponent, because he
was satisfied that he did the best he
-could, and even if he did not think
so, was not running on the demerits
of anvone, Init. inn hl nwn morita oc
ja business man and a citizen. He
promised his best judgment in the
-expenditure of the company's annual
budget amounting in round figures
to $100,000. He said he would use
-uis eveij euori m ia oireciion oi
'securing good roads for every sec section
tion section of the county alike and while he
1 I. Jtf X 1 T 1
wanted plenty of hard roads he did
,not favor their building by sacriflc-
. ing entirely the rights of one section i
.and paying no attention to their
'. highways while constructing those in
Mr. J. T. 'Hutchins, aspirant for
membership on the board of county
'Commissioners from -the second
(Western) district, said he desired
the position that he might assist in
the upbuilding of the county and es-
. yeuiauy ma eau ut iu uis-xnci, "wmcu
.he said had been woefully neglected
in the past, improvements seeming to
strike either above or below his
community or stop before they reach reached
ed reached 'there.
Mr. W. Luff man made a short and
appropriate talk to the voters, say saying
ing saying Lnat his record was before the
people and if elected he would con continue
tinue continue to serve them to the best of
his ability. The Star reporter was
too late in arriving to hear Mr. Luff Luff-man's
man's Luff-man's speech but was told that his
talk strengthened his friendship in
his home community and witn otners
Mr. S. R. Pyles. candidate for
commissioner from the third (south (southern)
ern) (southern) district, said that he had very
little to announce about his aspira aspirations
tions aspirations as the people of the county had
on former occasions sufficient oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to know Whether or not they
desired his services, having served
on the board for several terms in
the past. He had no promises to
make except to do 'his duty as he
saw fit if elected.
Mr. W. J. Crosby, of Citra, candi-
the floor announced that his coming
nut was Tirrf ith rsnlt of beine im
portuned by the great message to
jgo to Tallahassee and save the coun country,
try, country, but that he wanted to assume
the nonor of representing our coun county,
ty, county, feeling that he had several things
in mind that would mean a great
deal to the state and especially to
the school interests which he has
said that he wanted it distinctly un understood
derstood understood that 'he favored the long
and short haul law passed at the last
session; that he was opposed to the
. road tax law now on the books un unless
less unless same ehouM be made operative
in the corporated towns and cities
the same as it is In the rural commu communities;
nities; communities; that he favored a more strict
Quarantine law, not only as regards
people and stock, but in regard to the
Importation of nursery stock from
states -where various diseases are
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance. . 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance.... .80
prevalent which not only injured the
trees brought in but spread rapidly
over the native trees and eventually
killed them outright; under pres present
ent present conditions he is opposed to suff suffrage,
rage, suffrage, but under improved conditions
would favor it. He favors a dry
county, as he always has. "When I
return from Tallahassee," said Mr.
Crosby, in conclusionTH meet you
with an open countenance, willing
and ready to give an account of my
stewardship, and I believe you will
be proud of my record."
Mr. George W. Scofield, of Inver Inverness,
ness, Inverness, appointed by Governor Tram Tram-mell
mell Tram-mell last July to fill the unexpired
term of Attorney Davis as district
attorney for the fifth circuit, and
candidate for that office, was next
called upon. He said that there was
little to say. in connection with his
candidacy, as he could only promise
to faithfully carry out the enforce enforcement
ment enforcement of the laws regardless of who
it might effect, whether friend or
foe. He spoke of his record since
his appointment and said he was
proud of it; cited the fact that he had
been very successful in the prosecu prosecutions
tions prosecutions i that had been brought before
him during his term of service as
prosecuting attorney. Mr. Scofield
said that a newspaper in another
county of the district had taken up upon
on upon itself the duty of naming a dis district
trict district attorney (not himself ) tho the
editor had been a resident of the
state only a few years, while the
other newspapers in : the district
seemed willing to let the candidates
fight out the matter with the voters;
he said that great numbers of this
newspaper had been circulated for
the purpose of his defeat, but that
he hadn't much fear- on this score.
The speaker said that he regretted
the absence of his opponent for sev several
eral several reasons; one being that he want wanted
ed wanted to ask him if he had forgotten
his promise to him (Scofield) in Jan January
uary January that he would not be a candi candidate,
date, candidate, but would support 'him in his
race. 'Now, Mr. Koonce is going to
vote for me," said Mr. Scofield, "and
if you good people will do so too I'll
be elected sure." The speaker told
the people, among' other things that
he was a native of Alachua county,
a graduate of Stetson and had ten
years law practice, and wanted the
position principally for the emolu emoluments
ments emoluments that it carried with it.
When Mr. Scofield had completed
his address Mr. Grantham announc announced
ed announced that dinner was ready, and the
meeting adjourned to the picnic
grounds just west of the public road
from the hall.
Long, tables and benches had been
erected for the occasion and the for former
mer former were loaded down with every everything
thing everything that goes to make a first class
picnic dinner. The good ladies of the
community outdid themselves in their
preparations for their guests of the
day, and if there was anything miss missing
ing missing it is yet to be thought of by any anyone
one anyone who was so fortunate as to be
present. Wooden platters were fur furnished
nished furnished the jolly picnicers and every everybody
body everybody was served by the ladies pres present
ent present with such an abundance of the
good things of the world that the
candidates didn't seem to care wheth
er they returned to the hall for the
remainder of the program or not
(that is, those who had had their
"say.") : ;
Shortly after two o'clock, how however,
ever, however, the crowd returned to the hall,
when Mr. Stockton, candidate for
United States senator, was introduc introduced.
ed. introduced. After complimenting the ladies
on their splendid dinner and the men
for their thriftiness in the commun community,
ity, community, he expounded his theories on the
rural banking system, railroad rates,
etc., on the same lines with what has
been printed in these columns with within
in within the past few days.
Mr. W. W. Stripling, candidate for
the collectorship, announced that he
was making his race as a represen representative
tative representative of the progressive wing of the
democratic party; would appreciate
any support the people gave him, and
promised to faithfully perform the
duties of the office if elected. "Strip,"
as his friends call him, said that he
would not mind "being defeated so
much, except that it would be a
great disappointment to his wife, and
he urged the voters to save him from
any such unpleasant task as taking
news of a defeat home with him on
election day. His little pleasantry
was well receded by his hearers, and
tho his opponent's former home is at
Sparr. Mr. Stripling says he anti anticipates
cipates anticipates quite a handsome vote there.
Mr. W. L. Colbert, candidate for
re-election to his present position,
that of county tax collector, said
that, having lived so long in the
Sparr community, he felt a3 tho he
were talking to brothers and sisters,
ani didn't feel disposed to talk pol politics;
itics; politics; no use in attempting the use of
oratory or even telling the people
that he would attend to the duties
of the office as his past record was
sufficient proof of what he could and
would do. He referred to a circular
recently issued as to being at his
office at all times, and said having
been connected with the office for a
number of years he believed that he
knew better than a great many
others just what should be done and
how to accomplish it with the great
est efficiency in the least possible
time, which at this time of the year
was especially desirable in the tax
Mr. James R. Moorhead, candidate
for tax assessor, when called upon
said that he regretted exceedingly
that his opponent in the race, Mr.
Alfred Ayer, was indisposed and un unable
able unable to be present, as he had no de desire
sire desire to take any advantage of him.
He just stated that he wanted the
office, as he has been persistently
telling the voters of Marion county
for the past two campaigns, and he
hoped they could see things as he
did at this time and give him their
support. The good natured and
friendly tilts entered into between
Messrs. Moorhead and Ayer in past
campaigns' have on many occasions
prevented some of the meetings from
being exceedingly prosaic and list listless,
less, listless, and their friends will welcome
the return of Mr. Ayer to the battle
to keep everybi&dy in a good humor
by pleasantries between these two
seekers after political preferment.
Mr. Graham at this time read a
letter from Mr. Ayer regretting his
inability on account of sickness to
be present. ;
Mr. Gordon Watkins, who desires
to again serve his district, the sec second,
ond, second, on the board of county com commissioners,
missioners, commissioners, said he had no special
interests to serve, and would if elect elected
ed elected continue to do the -best he could
for the benefit of the people of the
whole county. He asked that those
who had a first choice in other than
himself, mark his name on the bal ballot
lot ballot for second choice In the primary.
Mr. Joe W. Davis, the present
commissioner from the southern dis district,
trict, district, on mounting the speaker's
platform, said that he felt about like
he did when he was a young man
courting :he thought of lots of
things to say, but that when it came
time to" say them he took stage
fright and forgot them. He said,
however, that having been appointed
by the governor to fill an unexpired
term he now desired election t a
full term at the bands of the voters
of the county, promising to look aft after
er after the people's interests in the dis dispatch
patch dispatch of the business that came be before
fore before the board in the future as in
the past, to the best of his ability
Mr. Ed Carmichael, commissioner
of the first district, who seeks re reelection,
election, reelection, -announced that he would
attend to the duties of the office as
he had always tried to do in the
past, with the end in view of giving
the county the very best there was
in him toward the conduct of the
business which came before the
board. He stated that last year the
board had at its disposal about $89, $89,-000,
000, $89,-000, and would this year have some somewhat
what somewhat less, and that his energies
would be devoted to placing it where
it would do the most good as he saw
it. Mr. Carmichael caused consid considerable
erable considerable merriment when, upon taking
his position on the speaker's stage,
he leaned one hand on the table,
crossed his legs, put one 'hand in his
pocket, and said as he was not ac accustomed
customed accustomed to making speeches he did
not know the exact procedure, but
he noticed that nearly all those who
preceded him assumed this position,
so he supposed this was the proper
thing to do and he would follow
suit. He also expressed the hope
that Mr. Carn would not start that
"chicken" story this campaign as it
had been a winner in the past and
he feared the: result if he should
again take it up, which also caused
a "loud smile" from those present
who knew of this now famous story.
Mr. L. S. Light, candidate for re reelection
election reelection as one of Marion's represen representatives,
tatives, representatives, began his address by taking
up the questions asked by the vot voters
ers voters of the Sparr precinct as to his
position on county division, dis disfranchisement
franchisement disfranchisement and the always pres present
ent present "wet" or "dry" question. He is
opposed to the division proposition,
favors disfranchisement, and is un unquestionably
questionably unquestionably and unalterably "dry.".
Mr. light reviewed his work of the
last session and reiterated the prin principles
ciples principles he has always stood for, most
notable of which were his fights for
the reduction of transportation rates,
tin which he felt that he had been
fairly successful but would always
continue' to be on the firing line If
returned to the position he sought.
He explained how the road tax now
on the statute books had been "put
over" during his absence from the
hall, but said he also knew how to
repeal it if given an opportunity.
The speaker said that' his course 4
the last legislature had the hearty
approval of many of the state offi officials
cials officials and he hoped that of his con constituents;
stituents; constituents; t however, if they thought
that another man could better rep represent
resent represent their interests, it was only
proper that Be should be voted down
and his opponent placed in his posi position.
tion. position. Mr. W. T. Henderson, aspirant
for legislative honors, was next in introduced,
troduced, introduced, and after complimenting
the ladies most profusely for the ex excellent
cellent excellent spread placed before the
gathering, told the people of his
public record, most notable of which
was a four-jrear term on the board
of county commissioners during
which he was present at every ses session.
sion. session. He promised if elected to de devote
vote devote his best energies toward the
betterment of the people of Florida.
After the candidates had all had.
an opportunity to be heard the
chairman of the meeting announced
that by special request Mr. E. L.
Carney of Ocala would address the
gathering. Mr. Careny, in his usual
chivalric manner, most cordially
thanked the ladies for the elegant
repast just served after which, to
use a slang expression, he "rolled up
his sleeves and went to it," and in injected
jected injected into the campaign some real
ginger in the. shape of an announce announcement
ment announcement that the "wet" or "dry" ques question
tion question was being used every day by
certain candidates. He said that he
had it from good authority that no
candidate who had espoused the
cause of the "dry" forces in.the last
contest on the license question
would get a single vote of the Young
Men's Democratic Club of Ocala nor
from any other source that is in any
way controlled or connected with
that organization. He said that it
understood that Mr. Maurice Strauss
should handle the Ocala end of the
organizations' operations, while Mr.
Ed Carmichael was to care for its
interests throughout the county dis districts.
tricts. districts. Mr. Carmichael was present
and denied that any such deal or
transaction had been agreed upon or
thought of so far as he was concern concerned;
ed; concerned; he also asked Mr. Carney who
was responsible for the statement
that such a deal was in contempla contemplation,
tion, contemplation, but no information on this line
was given out. Mr. Carney scored
the club for operating under the
guise of a democratic club, when it
had every indication of being an an annex
nex annex of the liquor interests of the
Mr. Carney's "after dinner speech"
proved the real star attraction of the
day and created more excitement for
a short time than all the others that
had gone before.
All in all, the day at Sparr was a
most pleasant affair for everybody
who was so fortunate as to be pres present.
ent. present. LAKE WEIR
Lake Weir, May 12. The friends
of Mr. Edward Camp are glad to
welcome him home after a four
week's visit with his 'brother in At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. Oklawaha and Lake Weir were
well represented at the Jacksonville
reunion last week, not only by the
veterans, but the sons of veterans:
Messrs.Mm. McGahagin, John Pas Pasteur,
teur, Pasteur, John Lewis, Sr., Dr. H. W.
Henry and others, all of whom give
glowing accounts of the hospitality
of Jacksonville, and its citizens.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Conner, after
spending three days in Jacksonville
at the reunion, went to Frederick,
Md., to spend several weeks with Mr.
and Mrs. George Crum, who spend
their winters in one of the Connor
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Tounge enter entertained
tained entertained Mrs. Tonnge's brother and
sister-in-law, Mr., and Mrs. v Wiley,
and sister. Mrs. Roberts, of North
Rflore UselM Eveny
It is the earnest desire and aim of the Munroa and Chamblicc
Bank to constantly increase its usefulness to the people end
supply every legitimate banking need. Checking accounts
(large or small) are cordially invited.
OCALA, F LORI
"TOE DEST IN
(Geo. ESeimtts CdDinmpamy
Wholesale Dealers in
LOER, SIOLES, LATH, lO, CIS!
We Make a Specialty of House Bills.
See Us Before Placing Your Orders
05 Ildtd Ea to
Pomeroyton, Ky. In iateresons &A &A-vices
vices &A-vices from this place Mr. A. J. Hughes
writes ss follows: "I wss down with
stomach trouble for fire (5) years, sad
would have sick headache so bad, at
times, feat I thought surely I would die.
1 tried different treatments, but they
did not seem to do me tay good.
I Cot so bad, 1 could not eat or sleep,
csd all my friends, except one, thought I
woutf di He advised me to fry
Thedford's I&ck-DrausJnV and quit
Carolina, for a few days the past
week. They -had been attending the
the reunion and availed' themselves
of the opportunity of seeing Florida,
and visiting relatives while so near.
The political Tally to be held in the
Clements hammock near the school
house, Saturday, May 16," promises
to be well attended. The financial
committee of the church .building
fund will sell ice cream and cold
drinks. After the speaking and din dinner
ner dinner there will be a game of base ball
on the ground near Dr. Henry's resi resi-den
den resi-den between a picked nine from
Oklawaha and Summerfield.
Miss Myrtle Camp is spending two
weeks pleasantly at St. Augustine
with her friend, Miss Mary Butler.
. Merchants' lunch at RodofTs 11:30
to 3 every day, IS ceats. 5-9
taking other medicines. I gyciird t3
take his advice, although I did ectkers
any confidence ia it
I hare now been taking Black-Dsrl
for three mos&s, and it has cured cs-
haven't had those awful skk T'?3
stace I bessn using ft.
I am so thankful for wbt Click
Draught has done for me."
Thed2crds Bck-Draugkt fcs teca
found a very vakrrt:? tsd2ds fcr to to-rangemectscf
rangemectscf to-rangemectscf the ttsesssh csdCvcr. U
is composed cf pure, veyiibla ksrts,
contains no dangerous isgredles, sad
acts gec9y, yet surely. It caa bs frcdy
used by young and old, sad r?y?3 t9
kept in every family csc3.
Get a package today. w
Only a quarter.
Tfccffc Arc Tivo
to every question, but there can be
only one opinion of our Cleaning and
Pressing. It is commended In ths
very highest terms by those who
have favored us with their patron patronage
age patronage In the past. We have the most
up-to-date methods and can do work
quicker and better than our rivals,
because. we are better equipped to do
the work. And we charge very mod moderately
erately moderately for our services, too.
Period of Sadness.
After twelve months in oQce the
chairman of a West Wales parish
council was about to give up his posi position.
tion. position. "And now. gentlemen," he said,
with feeling, "the time has come for
me to vaccinate the chair.'
W www ymAOa fcw..
a cross, peevisn, iisuess child,
with coated tongue, pale, doesn't
sleep; eats sometimes very little,
then 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 iur
something that expells worms, sad
almost every child has them. Klck Klck-apoo
apoo Klck-apoo Worm Killer Is needed. Get a
box today. Ctart at once. You
won't have to coax, as Kickapoo
Worm Killer Is a candy ccafecto.
Expels the worms, the cause cf ycr
child's tratla. S 4
dly, Tc3, Ttria, ciPU cd TTL.
THE OCA LA EfLLMXU HTAIt. THURSDAY. MAY 14, 1014
THE NUT CLUB
Oh Fooey! Nut Scout Pete Is in Dutch.
Dy F. H. MORGAN
COopyrisnt. ltia. vr
L CYpKiq1 (SORDID- I 1 s
ii . i if iPnAN .- 1 MflDO pn rv-y i i ui i i t i i i i wvy i i
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LroiN(r io nw V A
GiLS IN OME vvi6EIC;oOMTO
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Y TmaTs all gyJ.ioo EKGSimKJ
I ia a .hK tee of Htf r i
When your linen isn't just right it's very noticeable.. If your
shirts are not receiving that attractive dull, finish, just, call
phone twenty-one and let the Imperial Steam Laundry do your
work this week; then compare it with the ordinary kind.. We
have made this a study and equipped our plant for this class of
work. That we are turning out the best results is acknowledg acknowledged
ed acknowledged by the best dressers ia Ocala, both ladies and gentlemen.
Don't forget our phone number 21.
f IMPERIAL STEAM LAUNDRY
The Up-to-date One
f HTYir r m n in J.
To a Person Who Prides
Himcoll An Hie AnnaonnnAn
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne ne-S
S ne-S cessity is Our Business.
I Ocala Steam Laundry
402-404 S. Main Street
Florida's Largest and Best Year
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Motel of the State
European Plan S1.50 Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson, Thos. M. Wilson,
ASS'T. MGR. PROP. AND MCR
lT t Fare 3 OP-1
P i l JpSffilSV DAILY BETWEEN
ft WFA1X Ci.
THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDDEE"
Langtk S00 feet; bmd:K 93 foet, 6 aches; 510 tatmrnma mni parlor acroumdatinir 1SC0 pwcih
en, Crcater in com larger ia all proportion richer ia all appoiatmmla th auy ;mmrr oat
failaad waters of the world. La aemoe J una loth.
MaiWIcnt Steamer -SEEAND3EE."-atr of E" and iBufraJo
Daily BUFFALO and CLEVELAND May l.t to Dci5t
9:00 P.M. Leave Cleveland
7 JO A. M- Aime Bn&b
(Eaatera Staadard Tine)
HH P. M.
7 JO A. fi.
I at Clevelaad for Put-la-Bay, Toledo. Detroit and all points Vnmt and Sootsweat. Railroad
tleketa reeding btwea BaJEalo aad Clrwlud are (rood for traaaportarioa sa oar eteaaaere.
Aak toot ticket agent Cor tickets via C A B. Liae. Vrito OS far nandaomo illaaliaaiiil booklet free.
THE CLEVELAND A BUFFALO TRANSIT CO, CU.1d, O.
Brief Little Incidents That Tend
Relieve the Tedium of Patrol
Duty on the Border
M troop, of the Thirteenth cavalry.
is stationed on the bank of the Rio
Grande on the western fringe of El
Paso, in consequence of which the
troopers are in far better fix for so social
cial social enjoymeat than their fellows up
the river at Anapra, New Mexico.!
just call It that. Its a sort of glori glorified
fied glorified creek, and at no point is It so
wide that a Mexican with ordinary
eyesight connot stand on his side and
observe the marksmanship medals
so Hhprallv hf"?nrinklrt amnirsr -thf
M troop patrols about eight miles of j troops on gide ,n olden dayg
river. They are supposed to keep an ; Mexican brave used to tnink
eye open tor smugglers ana xo irown
severely upon any shooting
; ally wild lmpUisive y0ung men would
neie il u ul LiiiXL ix uiuumeu .uex- ..
MEM BEASHIP IN "TUB
K. INO OF MoT
PCACeFUI. -OR VlOtFNT
MA&RfED oB.SiH HiT-
fauc tioT annual dan
H -.fs, eiro np-"TiF NO i
VE Mif BE CTRAaT,BWI .LsJrld
V4AS TrtT OfXO. AK
op tf Boiler TcfeWE5
vNOca ouft. o3Pi7ABte Roof
TVk" rNtH SUPRCM6 ANOTje
BuTirHl SCewe WAS GftCATLT
HAM GEO Cff NOBtf PiOATipHS OF OF-615.
615. OF-615. DooGflNoTS rV0 AU)-N075.
A SPEOAL CTEATORF vA5"
wa"Zel noTt-vtfti O.RwDolW Crvfekl
A5 A C2o5e SflCbfD-"Wtr DOUGMNWT
cpacking cbrTTtsr eNOeo vATR 2 2-AoiT
AoiT 2-AoiT is Safe 7oSaY TmaT wevt
tJfc f-OtC fVi IWO rcrt- fc"v. .
-r- C CLc-Ai.Tlr-nl A s AN I
lyi vw vy-ew 1 w e .i r- f-
these medals were there for scenerv.
- m w
Vint ho Vn-Tjrc riottAt now rkn.
WWW a.UV Kf WVIikVt U W O VIAWtVM
ican patrol from Ciudad Juarez takes
a notion to ride up the river bank
opposite occasionally, "straight sold soldiering"
iering" soldiering" would be the order of the
suit of their fellowman, pausing on only
ly only when their quarry waded the Rio
( Grande. Even then many daring in
dividuals could not resist the temp temptation
tation temptation of takine a shot at the olive-
Nobody in M troop knows why the drab.clad ggo who proffered
Mexican patrol patrols any more than sanctuary to tneir enemy. However
any civilian in El Paso knows why they generally made the mistake of
the Mexican guard on the internal- indulging in long rang footing, so
ional bridge steps out of the custom naturally they didnt see tnose
house when one crosses into Juarez, tearksmansnip medals, and naturally
in an automobile, looks, one over. they dIdn.t wt anythillg.
suspiciously, mumoies nueno:
Xow. as evervbody knows, marks-
whether one is bueno or otherwise, I manshln medals civM to those who
and then goes -back into the custom excel in long.range shooting, and
house. Nevertheless, wHen a detach- soo or 1000 yards? ls just old pte
ment of Villa's picturesque cavalry for any who has put in one
comes into sight around the bend of nitcn and qualified at tn Dutls. con con-the
the con-the river a mounted patrol of M troop sequently the border guard paya
politely parallels the course of the
Mexicans up the river '-until K troop's
men pick it up. When the Mexican
patrol comes back down the river
again, M troop's 'boys solemnly escort
it back to the starting point. Both
factions eye each ether warily across
scant attention to this firing unless
morally convinced that the patriots
across the creek are really getting
personal, and then I am given to un understand
derstand understand that the troop commander,
or the corporal of the guard, or
Grahamville, May 13. Rev. I. W.
Ogles preached a very interesting
sermon Sunday at the Methodist
Messrs. Ivy Long. Jack Wellhoner
and Graham Long visited the Brick
The I. O. R. M., are soon to organ organize
ize organize a lodge here. It has been many
years since any secret order has been
organized here and it is thought
that many 'will join.
Rev. S. W. Colson, of Gainesville,
is holding a weeks' meeting at the
Mis3 Julia Quinn, of Calahan, is
visiting her friend, Miss Ruby Long,
for a few weeks.
On account of low water the traf traffic
fic traffic up the Little Oklawaha river is
practically stopped. This is quite a
disappointment to the people up the
river, as well as the Mills steamboat
Mr. L. M. Graham has returned
from the Confederate reunion, and
the forty cr fifty feet of incredibly ; flinctIonarv in the United States!
muaay water, and say nothing.
i troop, nowever, Knows wny it in,ninii th.t hpl
renorts a ereat time.
whoever happens to be the presiding Captain c w Mason and Engi
neer Luke Buckles, -were down from
army at that particular point, man- 'e dred McGuire, last. Sunday.
patrols. There is a Mexican settle settlement
ment settlement on the El Paso side of the riv river
er river about a mile above M troop's
I is blind in one eye and has but im-
i perfect "vision in the other; where-! ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
upon the boys shove up the rear
camp, and one day when the Mexi-j g,gnts and trv one snot for the range Notice is hereby given, that the
can patrol was opposite this settle- nr,thpr for lth natriot Then Board of Public Instruction for the
ment a youthful Huertista cracked n e tumult and tn e shoutin g dies cc- j county of Marion, state of Florida.
I Am, a aw
across ai me troopers wun a .--cai-; inaental!y with the patriot, and an"l two o ciock. p. m..-June o.
iber rifle, nicking one of the Villa mtIe later the leader of' the opposi- f 1914 M receive sealed bids for the
crowd in the arm and irritating him : tioa come3 tQ the r,Tr tank and XJ erection of an addition to Ocala pri-
more or less.
Of course prompt demand was im immediately
mediately immediately made upon the captain of
M trcop that this social frivolity be
. 1 1 1 It J L.VX
plains that it has all been a mistake. 1 ffiar scuooi uuuuiug. auu piumuiug
tor saia aaaition, suuaiea in me cuy
And tVijt'a itVio mnst truthful th1n
that hombre ever said.. It has been!0' 0cala. Florida, according to plans
o m?tava Hevn mistake: !and specifications prepared by Mc-
suppressed, in corisequence of which bu. noboJy entertains any hard feel- Ivr & MacKay. which will be on file
the Mexican patrol now enjoys an es-nfr3 and thece litte misunderstand- In the office of tne superintendent of
cort of M troop to protect it during j' e growing less and less fre-:Public instruction at the Marlon
its daily peregrinations, notwith-j t Some irxepressible3 from the courthouse. In Ocala. Florida,
standing the fact that the small boysoath tr,ed it on a troop of tne Fif. on and after May 9. 1914. copies of
who, started the disturbance and thus I teenth down a T)ei Rio in March -wnicn may be otained from the ar-
earned M troop a job has been appre-1 aad killed tnree troop horses. But j chitects by making deposit for same
hended and spanked by a trooper, j
It 13 really remarkable to contem contemplate
plate contemplate the narrow margin by which in international
ternational international complications have been
TheTe is a lot more courtesy be between
tween between nations than many of the
home folks realize.
Along the entire length of the bor border
der border there was very little swapping
of lead indulged in during the win winter,
ter, winter, although in the past our troops
have been fired on and have return returned
ed returned the fire more frequently, perhaps,
than Chris Haggerty, who is conduct conducting
ing conducting the war for the Associated Press
had had an opportunity of discovering.-;-"
You must know that the Rio
Grande isn't really a river. They
thev won't try it again and if you1 luvlir umw lu nunu. oiw
want to know why. ask the Fifteen- be made for ither the erection
jth. Peter B. Kyne, In Collier's.
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
This preparation is intended es- 1 sum of nve per cent or the amount
pecially for rheumatism, lame back. thereof must accompany each bid.
sprains and like ailments. It i3 a Xne sald Doard rserves the right to
favorite with people who are well ac-, . ... .
quainted with its splendid qualities. reJect any or aU bIds- BIds nould
Atra Pharies Tanner Wabash. Ind. ce mailed to J. H. Brlnson, secre-
says of it. "I have found Chamber- j tary. Ocala. Florida.
Iain's Liniment the best thing for The Board of pnblic InstrucUon for
lame oack ana sprains 1 nave ever
used. It works like a charm and re relieves
lieves relieves pain and soreness. It has been
used by others of my family as well
as myself for upwards of twenty,
years." 25 and 50 cent bottles. For
sale by all dealers. Adv.
F. U .of A. meets Thursday night.
the County of Marion. State of
Florida. By J. H. Brinson,
Fresh bread, cakes and pies every
day; delivered to any part of the
city. Heinu Bakery. 12-31-tf
Used exclusively in the
strucUon of the Pauuuaa
Canal and the greet IXeotE2c
dem in Iowa.
Government Engineers know
Fresh stock always on hand.
& SCons Co.
If you want to hay or sell
New and Second Hand
Farm Tools. Harness Etc.
Easy Payments if Desired.
a. n. mmms
310 S. lain St. Ocala Fla.
your tire troubles, as we keep a fnll
line of tires. We do all kinds of up-
to-date repairing of cars in a manner
that always gives perfect satisfao satisfao-tion.
tion. satisfao-tion. Onr prices are low, our work workmanship
manship workmanship first-class.
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KXIGHTS OF PTTXHAfl
UcaJa Loage No. 19. ConvenUo9
oeld every Monday at 7:30 p. m. 'at
astle Hall, over the Jaoes Carllals
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis vis-It
It vis-It leg brothers. Wm. M. Go'oer. C. C
Chas. K. Sage. K. R. S. Ad
SUGAR nAiniOCK LAXD3
Merchant, ISock. Oeala ;
THE OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY. MAY 14. 1014
FUNERAL OF 3IRS. DAVIS
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any Items for thi3
rrom iu to -iz o eiocK tills mor
Ing at her attractive Oklawaha av
nue home, Mrs. J. K. Dickson ente
tamed. jBtogamgiy, cimplimentin
Mis3 Martha Bonhan, of : Anderson
S. C. the hostess former home
guests were mvi'tea to bring
their fancy work bags and for an
hour and a half they merrily sewed
and chatted. The party was marked
by pretty details of decoration, vari varicolored
colored varicolored roses and oleanders being
used in profusion and by the ex expression
pression expression of the happiest spirit of
At noon, Mrs. Dickson, iassisted by
Miss Clara Johnson, served a tempt tempting
ing tempting lunch, consisting of chicken
salad, sandwiches, salted wafers, ice
tea, maple mousse, ice cream, cake
Spending the morning with the
lovely honoree as the guests of Mrs.
Dickson were Misses Mildred Baya
of Jacksonville, Bettie M elver, Rose Rosebud
bud Rosebud Robinson, Clara Johnson, Alice
Bullock, Tommie Standley, Ophelia
Sawtell and Mrs. W. W. Harriss.
The Eastern Star will meet to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. A. C. Hamrick has. joined his
wife at the home of her sister, Mrs.
B. N. Looney, for a week-end visit.
f Mrs. G. E. Yancey and daughtehj
Axry xi.iiza.Deun alter a visit or sev
fral -weeks to- relatives in Jackson
S I T
illle, have returned to Ocala.
Mrs. C. H. Mathews, who has been
visiting her niece, Mrs. Earl Mark in
Jacksonville, has returned home.
Mrs. C. V. Miller, who has been
quite sick for the past week, is
much better today, which will be
pleasant news to her many friends.
On account of a typographical er
ror, the Star said yesterday the golf
cup won by Miss Hope Robinson was
given by Mr. Jack Camp. Mrs.
Camp gave the cup.
.Miss Blanche MIzelle of Orange
Lake, is the guest of Mrs. T. E.
Bridges- Saturday Miss MIzelle will
go to the country home of Capt. and
.Mrs. S. R. Pyles to visit Miss Ophelia
Sawtell for a week.
' i V
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Cook have
gone' .-to Naugatuck,' Conn., to visit
relatives for several weeks.
Mrs. a, O. Burts returned last
"night fromr Jacksonville and Ocala,
wucic sue nas oeeu visiimg ior a
week. Tampa Times.
fr. and -Mrs. G. A. Carmichae
raTed yesterday afternoon from Hot
. Springs;, Ark., whfre they have been
spending the past sjk weeks. Mr.
Carmichael is I
d by the trip
anil lib m J 1 it
friends are very
luch encouraged ovdr his conditio
Andglad to have himj.
Mr. and Mrs. Rpland 'Keating
leave tonight for Daytona Beach
They go, especially' to attend the
commencement exercises tomorrow
night of. the Seabreeze high school,
at wnich time their sister, Miss Irene
Keating, and brother, Mr. Cockrane
Keating, will receive their diplomas.
Mr .and Mrs. E. A. Hickson and
Miss Kathleen Johnson have return return-ed
ed return-ed to their home in Micanopy, after
a visit in Jacksonville with Mrs. F.
J. Hagood and Mrs. Mary Starke at
their "home, 225 East Duval, street.
Mrs. HicKson came during the re reunion
union reunion as matron of honor and Miss
Johnson as maid of honor for the
' Micanopy camp, U. C. V. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. "...v ''
Mrs. L. A. Boswell went to Ocala
Friday to have an operation per performed
formed performed upon her ear, which has
been giving her trouble for some
time. Hernando notes In Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. ..
After making mention of several
email social affairs givin in DeLand
in nonor vi Jir. auu .urs. jas. v iu iu-ing
ing iu-ing of Seabreeze and Ormond, who
are pleasantly known in Ocala, the
DeLand Record adds: "Mr. and Mrs.
Vining are among the first DeLand DeLand-Ites
Ites DeLand-Ites and friends deem it a real pleas pleas-ure
ure pleas-ure to have them to visit here; they
soon go to North Carolina, where
they have a popular hotel at one of
ay lor-has return-
ed from JacksoJ
e, where she vis-
fted relatives for
days. Mr. Tay-
lor Joined his -w;
a short visit
uid while there1 they adopted from
department call phone 106)
- yae orphanage a sweet mtl hahJ
i Kirl. four mflnths nil Tt- r
- a. u k jus.
f Taylor ha named their daughter
Leonora Alice JrfF Mrs. Tavior'a sis
ter, Mrs. T.HT Nixon of TallahasROP.
who formerly resided in this cit
nvitations to Coiumprrpmint I"-.
ercises of Oca la High School
Friends of the graduating class of
the Ocala High School are now re receiving
ceiving receiving the following Invitation:
"The class of nineteen hundred
and fourteen of the Ocala High
School requests the honor of your
presence at the commencement ex exercises
ercises exercises May .the 'twenty-fifth, at eight
o'clock. Temple theater."
The class motto is: "Esse quam
videxi"; class colors, purple and
gold; class flower, white carnation.
The class roll is as follows :
Alice Sexton, president ; Rexie
Todd, vice president; Nellie Beck Beckham,
ham, Beckham, treasurer; Theodosia Wallis,
secretary; Annette Pope Eagleton,
Carleton fErvin, Homer Small, Wy Wy-nona
nona Wy-nona Wetherbee, Gladys Martin.
Kpwortli League Social
Mrs. .E. P. Rentz will entertain the
Senior Ep worth League at a social
tomorrow; evening, at her home on
Fort King avenue." The following
musical program has been arrang arranged:
ed: arranged: :
Recitation, Miss Eunice Ellis.
Piano solo, Miss Ruth Rentz.
Reading, Miss Mamie Gross.
Violin duet, Miss Marie Burnett
and Master Melville Little.
Piano solo, Miss Martha Kate
Vocal solo, Miss Sarah Gross.
Male quartet, Senior Leaguers.
, Piano duet, Miss Mary Ervin and
Mr. Carleton Ervin.
All members are urged to attend
and bring their friends, as a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant evening is anticipated.
Contesting for the Cup
The golf competitors for the E. F.
Fitch cup began playing their, third
round this afternoon at the Country
Club, matched as follows:
F. Drake vs. J. M. Thomas.
P. Robinson vs. C. Camp.
R, Robinson vs. Harvey Clark.
Mr. Leon Fishel is in Jacksonville
and will play when he returns.
The Marion county friends of Miss
Camp will find the following from
the St. Augustine Record interest interesting:
ing: interesting: "Among the number of pleas pleasant
ant pleasant little affairs that have been giv given
en given for Miss Myrtice Camp,, of Lalce
Weir, during her stay bere as the
guest of Miss Mary Butler, was the
launch party arranged in her honor
by Mrs. Roy P, Davis. A delightful
launch ride on the river in. Mr. Da-
attractive "boat, terminating at
Capo's North; JBeach, was enjoyed. On
return .trip a delicious picnic
lancheon was served by the hostessv
nd this was appreciated with that
zest which only the keen silt ocean:
air can lend to the appetite."
Mrs. A. 'B,.-Weaver of Miami is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. A. A. Winer,
in Ocala, reaching that city Saturn-
day from Jacksonville, where she
attended the reunion. Mrs. Weave ri
will be accompanied home this week
by her mother, Mrs. L. J. Lummus.
Miss Tillie Pasteur, who was
called to Charlotte, N. C, faur weeks
ago to the bedside of her sister-in-law,
Mrs. George Pasteur, returned
last night and this afternoon left for
her home at Lake Weir. Mrs. Pas Pasteur
teur Pasteur and two children accompanied
Miss Pasteur to Ocala and will visit
the former's parents, Mr. and 3Irs.
Harder, for several weeks or until
she fully regains her strength.
Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Henry of Lake
Weir, accompanied the Ocala dele delegation
gation delegation to Orlando this morning to
attend the meetings of the Florida
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Rogers and
Mrs. John Rogers of Lynne were
guests of Col. and Mrs. R. F. Rogers
Robert Rogers of Lynne is .visit .visiting
ing .visiting his grandparents; Col .and Mrs.
R. F. Rogers, for a few days.
The principal poison la absinthe is
a vegetable substance known as
thyion. It is found in wormwood,
which is used in making absinthe.
.France is the largest consumer of ab absinthe,
sinthe, absinthe, aking more than all the rest
ojEurope. The consumption has been
steadily increasing, so that in 1911
over 1,000,004 gallons of absinthe wer
used in France.
Few funerals in Ocala have been
so largely attended or have been the
cause of mere sincere grief than that
of Mrs. D. W. Davis, which was held
yesterday afternoon. Tha funeral
services took place at the family
fesidence at 4 o'clock and friends
iroai all over the city gathered there
to pay -the last sad respects to the
emory of cne whom in life they
had dearly loved and respected for
her many noble and womanly traits
of character. -.
Dr. W. H. Dodge, pastor of Mrs.
Davis church, read the funeral ser service
vice service of the Presbyterian church, and
in a short out impressive sermon,
paid one of the most beautiful tri tributes
butes tributes to the departed that the writer
has ever heard. The choir, composed
of Messrs. J. J. Gerig, A. E. Gerig,
Misses Cecile Downs, Musie Bullock
and Mrs. D. E. Mclver, sang two
hymns, "Lead "Kindly Light" and
"Abide With Me," that had been fav favorites
orites favorites of Mrs. Davis. The music was
very sweet and touched every heart
in the gathering. Dr. Dodge offered
a prayer and the services at the res residence
idence residence were concluded.
The pall bearers were Messrs. D.
S, Williams, E. T. Helvenston, George
MacKay, "Benjamin Weathers, Geo.
K. Robinson and J. J. Gerig.
We have never seen at a funeral
so many lovely and fragrant flowers
as were sent to the residence yester
day, it iooKea like almost every
home in the city had sent its token
of love in flowers arid many large
and beautiful floral pieces came from
Jacksonville. Hundreds of match matchless
less matchless Easter lilies were among them.
The Woman's Club, the Elks' and
the local underwriters' association
sent beautiful floral arrangements.
Two large furniture vans, double double-decked,
decked, double-decked, were required to remove the
flowers from the residence to the
Members of the Woman's Club
hurried to Greenwood cemetery and
when the funeral cortege arrived,
flowers had been placed all around
the vault, so that only a mound of
beautiful flowers greeted the eyes of
the grieved relatives as the casket
of their loved one was lowered into
the vault, and their last sight was
not of an open grave but of a car carnival
nival carnival of flowers with the tall Easter
lilies overtowering all with their
glorious promise and sweet legend of
the resurrection morn, when- all
stricken hearts and broken family
ties" shall )e united again.
Even before the ladies arrived,
Mr. Mdlver had covered the newly
made? vault with green leaves and
Spanish moss, and with this for a
background, tfre arrangement of the
floral offerings was very beautiful.
The casket a as a massive one,, of
solid cedar, covered with white
broadcloth and fitted with white
puTity handles. This casket was
placed in the steel, copper finished
outer casket, which was afterwards
hermetically sealed. Both are now
resting In; a. vault of masonry,, al almost
most almost entirely above ground. Mr.
Mclver selected one of the most
beautifully situated lots in? the cem cemetery,
etery, cemetery, on the extreme east sider near
the driveway and shaded by stately
After a short service at the "grave
the congregation- dispersed to allow
the masons to searl up the vault.
"When this had been done loving
hands covered ft with flowers and
this morning, after the refreshing refreshing-dew
dew refreshing-dew of the night, the rising- sun
shone upon a testing plaice worthy
of the good and noble woman who
sleeps there so peacefully.
EXPRESS C. O. D.
Court House Square
We have a fine line of these
SILK AND LISLE HiLF HOSE
MRS J. 31. BLITCH
Wednesday evening, at. C:30
o'clock. May 6r 1314, the spirit of
.Mrs- J. M. Blitch took Its flight to
the bright realm above. She leaves
a husband and three children to
mourn her loss.
-Deceased was before marriage
Miss Kittie Mills, born rear Stand Standard,
ard, Standard, Fla. In 1890, she was married
to Mr- Jesse M. Blitch; of Blitchton,
where she lived at the time of her
-was burled at. Fellowship,
Thursday afternoon and the funeral
services were conducted very sol solemnly
emnly solemnly and impressively by Rey. A.
L. Price, of Berlin.
She was a patient sufferer for
about three and a half years, but al
a wys cheerful, possessing a meek,
patient Christfan spirit-
She was a consistent member of
the 'Baptist church.
This Is a sad bereavement to the
devoted husband, with three mother motherless
less motherless children, a loving mother- and
many king friends. It seems almost
more than we can bear, but our
friend has been called to fulfill the
inevitable decree- of dust to dust.
As a daughter she was ever duti dutiful
ful dutiful and faithful to parental wants;
as a sister she was all that that word
imparts; as a wife she was kind at attentive
tentive attentive and consoling under the try trying
ing trying vicisitudes of life.
And we may say to them, that
while their Irrepalrable,. loss Is her
gain, we sincerely tender to them
our sympathy, imploring them to
emulate her example of Christian
virtue and forbearance.
"There is a soft, a downy bed.
To mourning wanderers given.
There is a joy for souls distressed,
A balm for every wounded "breast,
Tis found above in heaven."
A Friend. ;
MIIS. It. E. JONES
News has just been received of
tue ucaiu ui jirs. u. r.. jones Ol
Montbrook. Mrs. Jones was visit visiting
ing visiting her nephew at Jacksonville for
the reunion and while there con contracted
tracted contracted a severe cold which resulted
in pneumonia which caused her
death yesterday at the home of her
nephew, Mr. William G ratio. Mrs.
Jones was one of the. pioneer settlers
of Marion county and has a wide
circle of relatives and friends all
over the county. The remains were
laid to rest this afternoon at Jacksonville.
THE BEST CLOTHE
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The Best in Shirts is the
See the snappy patterns in
COAST IA JUS'S TIME CAJtD
The winter schedule of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line Is now In effect. It
is a follows:
No. 39 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
a. m., arrives Gainesville at 12:30
a. m., arrives ocala at 2:40, arrives
St. Petersburg, at 9:10 p. m.
. No. 9 leaves Jacksonville at 3:40
ix m. arrives Gainesville at 6:53 p.
nu, an Ives Ocala at 8:45 p. m., ar arrives
rives arrives 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 a, m., arrlvef
St. Petersburg 8 a. m.
No. S8 leaves St. Petersburg 8:30
p. m., arrives Ocala at 2:20 a.
! "rives Gainesville 3:58 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
No. 10 leaves Leesburg at 4:45 a.
m., arrives rOcala at 6:05 a. m., ar arrives
rives arrives Gainesville at '7:55 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville 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.r m.
SEABOARD AIR LEXE SCHEDULE
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
m.; arrives Tampa. 6: 30 a. m.
No. 3 local- leaves Jacksonville
Q:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited !?aves Jacksonville
11:20 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
m. ; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives
Jackson yille 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves
Ocala 1:30 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 5:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
m roi, .u..
Jacksonville 7:30 p. ra.
OCALA NORTHERN SCHEDULE
No. 72 Leave Ocala dally 1:15
p. m. Arrive Palatka daily except
Sunday, 4:45 p. m. Arrive Palatka
Sunday, 4:15 p. m.
No. 71 Leave Palatka dally ex except
cept except Sunday. 7:40 a. m. Arrive
Ocala 11 V m. 1
No. 73 Leave Palatka Sunday, 8)
a. m. Arrive Ocala, 11 a. m.
in all the nev
Training for Hour of Need,
. Be systematically heroic In little
unnecessary points. Every day do
something for no other reason than
its difficulty, so that, If an hours of
need should come. It may find you'
trained to stand the test. The man
who has daily inured himself to hab habits
its habits of concentrated attention, energet energetic
ic energetic will, and self-denial in unnecessary
things, will stand like a tower when
ererything rocks around him. WO WO-tiasa
tiasa WO-tiasa James.
THE METRO POL-IT AN
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 wiH remain closed on
those days. ;
George Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf
lest Found, Wanted, Fcr Scb
For flsnt end Similar Icsal Wzztz
cotton rags at
the Star oOce.
FOR SALE Remington typewriter.
No. 10; visible writer; in perfect
condition in every ; respect. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Star office. 4-25-tf
FOR SALE Pair black ponies, $250
cash, or will exchange for Ford or
Maxwell roadster auto. W. E.
Haugh, Ocala, Fla. 4-276t
FOR RENT Cheap during summer,
- fdrnished 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.
WANTED Young man between 21
and 30 to travel and solicit orders
for new proposition; must have
ability and good personality; $25
to $40 per week. Expenses ad-
' vanced. For personal interview,
call Mr. Vickery, 219 Oklawa Oklawa-.
. Oklawa-. ha. 5-1 1-2 1 v
FOR RENT Two or three connect connect-ing
ing connect-ing rooms furnumed '- for 2iht
housekeeping. Apply to 14 Czrt
' Adams street. 6-1 4Hf
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1914
. . I .. : ..- .- ...
GEO. J. IHLITCII, President
W. If. McRAIXEY,
IJ. EL McIVER;'
D. C. STILES, Jr.,
W. -.V- WHEELER,
IJ. C. WEBIJ, Chairman at the Board.
li! ',; ':i n : fJ M J4 U a it n ;i 3 fi u ,f a s rf a
Capital - $50,000.00
Surplus and Profits $41,500.00
Our aim is to assist in the upbuilding
of Marion and surrounding counties.
We are able to, and we do take care
1 of our depositors.
Special Department for Savings.
No account too large
None too small.
T BAP THL tiiKT KlITDJ
BOARD OF TRADE
Meeting of the hoard of trade last
evening found an unusual number of
old wheel-horses on hand, with a
number of new members present.
Matters of interest from various
standpoints were discussed and plans
formulated to take eare of the differ different
ent different matters pending. ,-
One new member was" unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously elected, Mr. S. W. Harley.
The beard is doing its utmost to
aid the good citizens of Sparr in se securing
curing securing tetter facilities for handling
their truck reopening of the tele telegraph
graph telegraph office and getting an agent
familiar with rates and conditions.
as this is one of the important ship
ping points in the county.
The final out come of the long and
short haul act was discussed and the
secretary was instructed to watch
closely and be prepared for the final
Secretary Rooney and Mr. Munroe
made report on attendance at Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg meeting which shows conclus conclusively
ively conclusively that Ocala always meets the
emergency and puts her best foot
forward. The strongest and most
representative body of citizens from
any section represented were from
old Marion and her interests will
A committee of three wes appoint appointed
ed appointed to take up the question and sub submit
mit submit a plan for action at the next
meeting for the building of this
great project, by either a special
committee or a branch organization.
under the auspices of the board of
trade. The committee named was
Mr. Munroe, Mr. R. L. Martin and
Secretary Rooney. r f
There are many details yet to be
handled before the project can be
made a success and no one question
needs more careful handling than
this and no one organization in the
state will do more or go farther than
our board of trade, when the inter interests
ests interests of her citizens are to be safe safeguarded.
If our people would mace it a
point to attend the meetings and
give the benefit of their, advice and
counsel, each one would "fioon get so
interested that every meeting would
be looked forward to with greater
We have been watching the work
of the Marion County Board of
Trade and comparing it with those
thruout the state and are frank to
say we do not find any business or organization
ganization organization more active or getting
The Star stands as itsy&ion
under all circumstances.
NEW FREIGHT BOAT
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
MARION HARDWARE CO. I
Phone 118, f
OCALA, FLORIDA f
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
WILL BE REMODELED
The Management of DR. McCLANE
Medical. Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and TroxleVs stands.
larger quarters, more fully equipped and will be run
s-irictly ethicai lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Mr.de on All Con
tract Work. GiTes more and better
contractor In the city,
work for the money than ny othe
(Remington typewriter, in perfect
condition; a bargain. Star offlce.
When men speak ill of thee, se live
that nobody will believe them. PJkto.
FOR A TORPID LIVER
"I have used Chamberlain's Tab Tablets
lets Tablets off and on for the past six years
whenever my liver shows signs of be being
ing being in a disordered condition. They
have always acted quickly and given
me the desired relief," writes Mrs.
P. H. Trubus, Spring ville, N. Y. For
sale by all dealers. Adv.
The Windsor Hotel will close for
the summer for the first time since
1905, next Monday, after breakfast,
says the Times-Union, to be opened
for dinner Thanksgiving day.
This announcement was made .yes .yesterday
terday .yesterday morning by Thomas M. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, proprietor. During the summer
the Windsor will be completely ren renovated
ovated renovated and refurnished and in addi addition
tion addition to this there will be considera considerable
ble considerable remodeling of the building's in interior.
terior. interior. The amount to be spent on
the hotel before it opens again is
something over $60,000.
Among the work to be done on
the building will be a thorough over overhauling
hauling overhauling of its water and steam heat heating
ing heating plants, and service and additions
to the water supply system." The
Windsor has its own individual ar artesian
tesian artesian wells supplying running wa water,
ter, water, its own electric lighting and ice
and cold storage plants and all these
are to be modernized.
The decorations of the interior
are, to be done over and the entire
furnishings of the hotel will give
place to the best and newest hotel
furnishings, from the lobby furni furniture
ture furniture to the bedrooms. The china and
silver in use at present is to be re replaced
placed replaced by new and attractive pat patterns
terns patterns and Mrl .Wilson said that the
hotel would find some deserving
charitable institution which could
use the china and silver and present
it to the institution.
Speaking of the season Mr. Wilson
said that it has been one of the
most successful the hotel has ever
had and because of the desire to
have the renovating and other work
go on uninterruptedly, they had
thought best to close down for a few
months, rather than subject their
guests to the unpleasantness of work
going on around them all the time.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at S p. m. every second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns always welcome. Adv.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
v Chas K. Sage, Clerk.
SUGAR HA3I3IOCK LANDS
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
The big 50-ton freight boat that
Mr. Carmtchael is having built at
Silver Springs for the Silver Springs
Co., to haul freight from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to the springs, is almost com completed
pleted completed as far as the hull is concern concerned,
ed, concerned, and will be ready to install the
engine in a very short time. The
boat will draw about three feet of
-ater light, and about five feet when
loaded. It will be the first screw
driven freight boat to. be operated
on the upper reaches f the river
and Silver Springs run, a3 far as we
know, and despite her bulk and flat
bottom, will have sufficient engine
power to drive her against the cur current
rent current almost ten miles an hour. The
boat will make regular trips from
the springs to Jacksonville and will
handle .all of the freight of the Car Car-mi
mi Car-mi chael & Son Company, the Car Car-michael
michael Car-michael farm, the Silver Springs Co.
and one or two other, firms.
A SOLID AND VALUABLE
I BUSINESS BUILDIN'O
We have completed the survey of this
rich trad: and: will soon publish an exadt
cut showing the subdivision.
WATCH FOR THE PLAT.
The Metropolitan Realty & Invest Investment
ment Investment Company is pushing right
ahead on its new building on South
Magnolia street. The building has
five neat stores on the ground floor,
facing Magnolia street, and the sec
ond story will be arranged at pres present
ent present so that it can be quickly convert converted
ed converted to either one of several uses, pos possibly
sibly possibly a first-class hotel for the col colored
ored colored race, which is badly needed in
Ocala, a factory of some kind, sev several
eral several of which George Giles is ne negotiating
gotiating negotiating with, and one of which
will be decided on before the build building
ing building is completed. He has applica applications
tions applications enough to fill each store twice
and will have no trouble to rent
them. . '
The walls and foundations of the
building are heavy enough to add a
third or fourth story at any time that
it may be needed. The fronts of the
stores will be almost entirely of
This company certainly; deserves
much credit for the erection of this
building and the handsome bank
building on ground that prior to its
taking hold of it, was numbered
among the unsightly spots of the
city the waste places of the earth.
ANOTHER FINE CORNER
v4 PROPERTY CHANGED HANDS
- The Metropolitan Realty and In Investment
vestment Investment Company has bought an-,
other valuable corner. The property
was bought from Mrs. Annie Perry
and is the northwest corner of Mag
nolia and South Second streets.' The
property has- a fairly presentable
one-story frame house on it, which is
occupied by Sam Turner as a res
taurant and refreshment stand. ,The
building will be improved, enlarged
and repaired for temporary use, but
will be removed later for a modern
brick building, like the company has
on two of the other four corners at
HART LINE THINKING OF
OPERATING DALIGHT LINE
There is some talk of the Hart
Line, which has been operating its
huge barge-passenger boats on the
Oklawaha river for the past 50 years,
putting on smaller and faster boats
and make the trips In daylight be between
tween between Palatka and Silver Springs,
like the Carmichael line did so suc successfully
cessfully successfully last season. The company
will have to do this or go out of bus business
iness business so far as handling the tourist
passengers between Palatka and Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs.
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f 6ii A-aii-: --A-
WE KEEP THINGS MOVING IN OUR BUSINESS BY SELLING
ONLY RELIABLE JEWELRY, SILVERWEAR AND PRECIOUS
STONES f BY ADVERTISING AND BY TELLING THE TRUTH
ABOUT OUR GOODS, AND BY ASKING ONLY A FAIR PRICE FOR
OUR GOOD JE WELR 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
A T PRICES THA T WILL FIT ANY PURSE. COME AND LET US
SHOW THEM TO YOU.
A. E. BURNETT,
The Reliable Jewelrr, Merchants Block, Ocala, Fla.
For County Candidates as Adopted
by Campaign Committee of Mar Marion
ion Marion County Democratic Executive
Thursday, May 14 Reddick,
" Friday, May 15 Blitchton.
Saturday, May 16 Oklawaha.
Saturday, May 16 Belleview,
Tuesday, May 19 Dunnellon,
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
Friday, May 29 Summerfield,
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.
An Indestructo trunk was deliberately dropped off
ten-story building to prove its remarkable built-in-strength
Baggagemen consider 12 feet a serious fall Jo.r
the ordinary square trunk rf
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 boards or nailed edges
to shatter on the impact."
Only the built-in "emergency strength" of the
Indestructo Trunk makes such feats possible possible-It
It possible-It is this strength upon strength that Drotecta
f your baggage when you travel
If you want a trunk that is safe, strong, insured,
? you will be compelled to buy the Indestructo trunk
? Don't you think that a trunk that can stand
such unusual tests is worthy of your consideration
You get "the most miles for the least money"
only when you buy Indestructo trunks.
You should see it at our store today We carry
a complete line. .
"Why Pay L2crc?"
The Arithmetic of It.
The pupils in a school were asked to
give In writing the difference between
a biped and a quadruped. One boy
gave the following: "A bipd has two
legs, therefore the difference be between
tween between a biped and a quadruped is two
AUTO FOR SALE
A model "Q" Maxwell roadste.
22 horse power, splendid condition,
new tires, fully equipped, run less
than 10.000. Will sell at a bargain
for cash. Apply to Star office or
Box 606. Citj. 3-lS-dly-wklr-tf
TYPEWRITER FOR SALE
A-Remington typewriter, Xo. 10; v
visible writing. In perfect condition
in every respect- Apply at b-r of-',
Mrs. A. L, .Luckie, "East Roches Rochester,
ter, Rochester, X. Y., was a victim" of sick head-
ache and despondency, caused by a
badly weakened and debilitated con condition
dition condition of her stomach, when she be-
gan taking Chamberlain's Tablet. '.
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 br
all dealers. Adr, :
CCALA EVENING STAR. TTIURSDAY, 3JAY 14. 1014
George W. 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.
forge W. Scofield.
FOR TAX ASSESSOR
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.
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 Marlon
lon Marlon and Sumter, subject to the action
of the democratic primary to be held
June 2nd, 1914. Glenn Terrell..
Adv. Webster, Fla.
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.
Citra, Fla. W. J. Crosby.
W. 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.
W. I 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. r
I thank the voters of Marioa coun county
ty county for their hearty support in the
past, and say, won't you vote for me
sain? I will do t'jte best I can to
sen, you courteously and efficiently
If re-elected. Yours very truly,
S-20-tf wky W. L. Colbert.
- -At!?. .!jjw
: A 5ifv3r
V. 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 unremitting
mitting unremitting attention to the duties of the
office, with a constant determination
at all times to be in communication
with those who have business with
the office. W. W. Stripling.
James R. 3foorbead
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.
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 X Alfred Ayer.
Jno. M. Graham
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election for the office of coun county
ty county treasurer of Marion countyl
Thanking you for your support in
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 FIRST DISTRICT
To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion 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
C. (Ed.) Carmichael.
Ocala, Fla., March 21, 1914. dly
W D. Cam
To the Voters of Marion County :
I am a candidate tor county commis commissioner
sioner commissioner from the first commissioner's
district and will greatly appreciate
your support in the June primary,
v Respectfully, W. D. Carn.
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, Yours truly,
J. F. Parker.
Leroy, Fla., March 27, 1914.
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 appreciate
preciate appreciate their votes in the June pri primary.
mary. primary. Yours very truly,
J. W. Coulter.
D. G. Watkins
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 fac faction.
tion. faction. Soliciting your appreciated
vote, I am, Yours very truly,
D. G. Watkins.
COMMISSIONER THIRD DISTRICT
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.
Jos. AV. 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.
COMMISSIONER FIFTH DISTRICT
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
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.
Belleview, May 13. The full
moon looks down 'with a brazen inso insolent
lent insolent stare and keeps his left ear
ocked up on an angle, that prevents
the hunter's powder horn from slip slipping
ping slipping off and ail the while that this
obstinate piece of green cheese re refuses
fuses refuses to lean over to one side or the
another,to allow a few drop3 of
water to lave the parched and dusty
earth, the plant life is suffering un
it suffocation, and if it continues
much longer, great will be the loss
and suffering, and my onion patch
is about done for.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. White and the
Misses Margaret and May are leav leaving
ing leaving for their home in Pittsburg this
coming Friday. Mr. and Mrs. White
have enjoyed their stay in Belleview
so much the past winter that they
intend to come down very early
Mrs. R. S. Sumner returned from
South Florida last Friday, after a
very pleasant visit with relatives.
Mr. Charles Oakley and daughter,
Miss Oakley, of East Willieton, X.
Y., left for their home last Monday.
Miss Miriam Rothschild expects
to leave New Haven, Conn., in a few
days for Montreal, Canada, where
she expects to! spend the balance of
Miss F. E. Bosworth, who has
been spending the winter In the
Wendell house, left for her home In
New York last Monday.
Mr. Delbert Haskell, whose nice
field of wheat was noted in our last
week's items, wants it distinctly un understood
derstood understood that his field of blooming
buckwheat is not to be made the
subject for cheap wit to be exercised
Mr. Haskell repudiates the rumor
that he plants his spoiled or sterile
nest eggs for the purpose of growing
egg plants. Mr. Haskell also denies
emphatically, that he buried a sun sunbeam
beam sunbeam from which sprouted and grew
that big patch of sunflowers, and he
further vehemently repudiates the
baseless story that he planted well
water from his deep well and grew
that magnificent patch of watermel watermel-ons
ons watermel-ons from same. These baseless ru rumors
mors rumors should be nipped in their incip incip-iency.
iency. incip-iency. '"
Mr. David H. Kirkland of the Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha Farms has lost the tool chest
from his automobile and would feel
grateful for its return.
Mrs. J. J. McDonald, of Tampa,
is visiting with her sister, Mrs. S. F.
Fowler, for a few days.
"Prof. A. B. Connor, Mr. James
Collins, Justice of the Peace J; N.
Shedd, Mayor Jno. T. Hames, School
Commissioner David C. Stanley,
Postmaster Charles A. Tremere,
chauffeur Mr. Edgar K. Rothschild,
all hit the Lake Weir pike in the
Belleview Trading Company's hard hard-wheeled
wheeled hard-wheeled noise wagon last Sunday af afternoon,
ternoon, afternoon, and called on ex-Mayor
Joseph Millsome ,at his cottage by
the lakeSide at Oklawaha. They
found Mr. Millsom surrounded by
other friends from Belleview, nota notably
bly notably Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Haviland,
Mrs. Hopkins and sister Mrs. Parma Parma-lee,
lee, Parma-lee, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Haines and
also Bill Millsom himself, who spent
the past week with his father during
his illness.. Mr. Millsom was very
much delighted to see so many of
his friends from Belleview.
Mr. Wilber Thompson came up
from South Florida last Saturday to
spend the week end -with his brother,
Mr. Sidney Thompson.
Mr. E. W. Allen, who has been
stopping with Mr. A. F. Abbott left
last Saturday, for Chicago.
Mr. A. A. Bogart, who has spent
the past winter visiting with his sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. R. C. Ridge, left last Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday for his home in Missouri.
Mrs..-. W. H. Wilkinson, of Bing Bing-hamton,
hamton, Bing-hamton, X. Y., left for her home
Mr. J. H. Warefield, manager for
Schrader ,& Company, vegetable
packers and shippers, arrived In
I. E. CHACE
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
L. F. BLAT.OCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
fr-merly of Lamar. Mo., is
now located in OrtAla. Expert
work guaranteed. references
given. Call or address, "29
Duneher St.. Oral a Fla.
town last Saturday and is going thru
the fields accompanied by Prof. A.
To George Ross, one of our most
progressive colored farmers belongs
the honor of shipping the first crate
of tomatoes from Belleview this sea seasonon
sonon seasonon Saturday, May 9;
Prof. A. B. Connor shipped the
first crate of okra this season, Mon Monday,
day, Monday, May 11.
Mr. I. F. Haviland carried Mrs.
Sam Millican, Miss Minnie Tremere,
and Mr. C. A. Tremere to Ocala last
Postmaster Tremere received a
letter last Tuesday requesting him to
prepared a paper to be read at the
postmasters convention next week
in St. Augustine. Mr. Tremere has
read a paper at each of these conven conventions
tions conventions for the "past five years. At the
last convention held In Eustls, Mr.
Tremere was elected president of the
state league of third and fourth
class postmasters, but declined to
serve on account of his many other
Mr. Adam (Hafner returned last
Thursday from Austell, Ga., where
he went to take the waters, hoping
that it would benefit MnL On his
way back he stopped in Jacksonville
for several days and took in the re
There is a pair of long black lad ladies'
ies' ladies' gloves hanging up in the post post-office
office post-office that are waiting an owner.
Also no one has claimed the gold
stick pin that was found several
The B. Y. P. U. sojourned to
Smith's lake last Tuesday where
they bathed, ducked, dived and
swam, and then they had a chicken
The school picnic given last week
under the chaperonage and manage management
ment management of Prof. A. B. Connor, was one
of the best attended ever given from
this town. Most of the children are
still wearing sunburnt coses in hon honor
or honor of the event.
. Mr. Philip Fort of Candler was In
town last Saturday having some
wood and iron work done at Mr.
Mitchell's shop. Mr. Fort states
that there are more poisonous rep reptiles
tiles reptiles crawling at this time of year
than ,he has ever known of before.
He has Tecetnly killed two rattlers
that touched close to the six-foot
-Mr. Edgar Rothschild has bought
a nice rubber-tired buggy.
The Masonic fraternity held its
usual monthly meeting last Satur Saturday
day Saturday night, at which several visitors
were presnt, and some of the out-of-town
HOW 7 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,
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.
Xational Bank of Commerce,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal internally
ly internally directly upon the blood and mu mucous
cous mucous surfaces of the system. Testi Testimonials
monials Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Adv.
ALL GROWERS SHOULD ATTEND
Meeting of Citrus Men to be Held in
Eustls on the 22nd of May
Tampa, May 8. The big general
meeting of the citrus growers of the
state which will be held at Eustis on
May 22nd, is for the purpose of dis discussing
cussing discussing the best methods of packing
and marketing the orange and grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit crop of the state. In view of
the present prospects for an -unusually
large production, it will be more
than ever important to the growers
that their fruit is placed on the mar market
ket market properly during the coming fall
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VI am a lover of your godsend to
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ed cured cough of three year's standing,"
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Dr. King's Xew Discovery today.
What it did for Jennie Flemming it
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and $1 at your druggist. Bucklen's
Arnica Salve for pimples. ad 1
dly, Tues, Thurs, and Fri. and Wkly.
Living for Others.
It probably never occurs to a younff
man or woman that he cr she is "hard
to live with." That is a phrase we
always, somehow, use toout other peo people..
ple.. people.. But why? Wky net occasionally
consider whether the difficulties we
complain of may rot be partly the re
suit of our own sharp angles and self selfish
ish selfish wills? The art of living with oth others
ers others 1 3 largely the art of living for oth others,
ers, others, and not for ourselves.
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Twenty-One Pounds of Soar for Ql with 91 Cash Purchase of ether
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If you have an advertisement or
Item for the Star, send it in as early
in the morning as possible. We can
not set mnch except telegraph after
A somewhat laggard and procrasti procrastinating
nating procrastinating student one Sunday evening
went to hte instructor for aid in one
of his studies, asking him if he
thought it -was wrong to study on Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. He was somewhat surprised to
receive the reply, "If the Master was
Justified in. pulling the ass out of the
ditch on the Sabbath, was not the ass
justifiable in trying to get himself
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they have cold hrir-ch ecu fact, or poor appetite because of veakened
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Es Your Iceman Alright?
We mean are you getting the service we wish to
give you and which you ought to have? We believe
you are. Most of our customers are satisfied, and we
are proud of the fact. But if there is anything wrong
in our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can
do our part in straightening it out before the rush
OCALA ICE & PACKING COMPANY
Choice Fresh Meats,
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.
South 2d St., Opposite rear of City Market.
Official Report of the Proceedings at
the 3Iay Meeting cf the Board
ihe hoard 01 county
ere for Marion county met In regular
session Tuesday, May 5, 1914. Pres Present:
ent: Present: C. Carmichael, chairman, and
Commissioners D. G. Watkins, W. T.
Henderson and W. Luffman, Com-
ceipts from all sources for the month
amounting to $2S,449.21 and $14,
804.49 disbursed, leaving a cash bal
ance in. the treasury of all funds, of
Reports of fines imposed were re
ceived as follows: W. E. Smith
county judge, fines $436, cost3 $13.-
02; J. G. Ferguson, J. P., fines $160
cost3 $68.24; Z. A. McClarne, fines
I W-V i
mzssioner uavis oemg presnt at, tne.jjo, costs $64.20; C. R. Veal, fines
$3, costs $30.21; Joseph Akin, fines
$10, costs $4.70; M. L. Payne, fines
j$20, costs $11.08; A. J. Ellis, fines
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved.
.ur. rnce 01 -ueintosn appearea $100, costs $45,74. v
v. r 3 j 1 .1 a. 1 a I
uexure iue uuara ana asiea mai aj The following justices of the
double assessment of $
tax books be refunded
was referred to the county attorney
01. t. sogers ana Mr. John K., and Alexander Wynne.
sogers aaaressea tne ooara with rer- Warrants were drawn on the road
erence to the Ocala and Sharp's Ferjfuna as follows: No. 1, $326.60;
ry road, and the necessity of repair-, x0. 2, 658.20; No. 3, $82S.86; No
Ing certain portions thereof before j 4,
"""- i me loiiowing justices 01 tne
M.81 on 1912 1 peace reported.no fines Imposed In
. The matter their courts: H. W. Douglas, W. H.
Anderson, Z. Graham, S. P. Campbel
the rainy season.
Mr. M. L. Payne appeared before
$490.86; No. 5, $429.60. Total
the board and presented proposition clerks of election were appointed for
of parties living on or near the Low-. the primary election to be held June
ell and Fairfield road to furnish .2,-1914, to-wit
Ocala, No. 1, Box 1 L. F. Ballard,
Isaac Stevens and George R. Smith,
teams to the county free of cost for
the purpose of making said road a
hard road, same to be furnished any j inspectors, and W. W. Clyatt, clerk.
time between July lo and August 15,
upon a week's notice from the coun county.
ty. county. After, consideration thereof. It
was on motion of Commissioner
On motion of Commissioner Luff Luffman
man Luffman it was ordered that Elizabeth
Ocala, No. 1, Box 2 C. M. Living
ston, O. H. Mathews and H. C. Jones,
managers, and C. H. Dekle, cleTk.
Reddick, No. 2 Z. A. McClaren,
R. W. McAuley and R. N. Johnson,
managers, and J. W. Wilson, clerk
Cotton Plan. No. 4 J. D. Wil-
McElyea of Anthony be placed on the;namSf G. w. Mills and A Brooks,
pauper list at ?4 per month. manaeers. and C. R. Veal. clerk-
It was ordered that the allowance
of A. J. Marlow, a pauper be reduced
to $10 a month.
iBond of F. M. Chaffee, notary pub public,
lic, public, was approved.
Romeo, No. 5 M. J. W. Dean, J.
D. Moon and J. B. McGehee, mana
gers, and W. J. Folks, clerk.
Camp Izzard, No. 6 R. G. S trick
land, T. J. Sparkman and II. A.
Pension application of Mrs. Eliza j R0Ss,managers, and R. D. Stokes,
i. BHtch, widow 01 r w. Blitch, cierk.
Tte Mew Salmi
S. M. STANLEY, Proprietor
Corner Oklawaha Avenue and Main Street.
The J D. Robertson Building.
A Full Line oi Choice
Liquors. Wises and Beer.
Courteous Service and Choice Goods Dis Dispensed
pensed Dispensed at our Bars.
(- Prompt attention and best of service to
all mail order business.
Some of Oar Leading Brands of Whiskey:
Old Charter Oak Rye, Echo Springs Rye,
Old Anderson Corn Whiskey,
Kentucky Taylor Rye, Silver Brook,
Harlem Club, Mount Vernon,
And a full line of Gins, Wines and Brandies.
You will be welcome at my place.
Make your headquarters with
We are equipped with the Latest, Largest, Best Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.
AH work Guaranteed to e First-Class.
Bring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes nought.
FISK and FIRESTONE TERES
of aU sizes and rims, always in stock
lUAVHES, The TIpc Man
Phone 438. OCALA, FLORIDA Main St near Postofflce,
The rest room which the Ocala merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors who are in the city for a few hours
with nothing to do is located on the corner of Fort King avenue
and South Main street, opposite' the Theus-Zachry furniture
stores The ladies especially wiU find Comfort Lodge a convenient
place to rest during the day's shopping. The conveniences we are
able to offer at Comfort Lodje are free and you are invited to
take advantage of them.
JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE.
Mr. Z. Graham appeared
the board and asked that he be re
funded $3.20 on account of excessive
valuation for the year 1913. Refer Referred
red Referred to Commissioner Carmichael for
Mrs. Dillard appeared before the
board and objected to the road from
Belleview and Blackman pond to the
Ocala and Belleview hard road being
opened thru her land. Referred to
Commissioner Davis and the county
J. R. Williams and others of Cltra
appeared before the board and asked
that an appropriation of $500 be
made toward building a road across
Orange Lake from Citra to Island
Grove in Alachua county, submitting
a resolution by the board of county
commissioners of Alachua county.
The matter "was deferred until the
next meeting of the board.
A representative of the Tampa
Tribune appeared and addressed the
board with reference to a special
Marion county edition of that paper,
and asked that the county subscribe
for 5,000 copies at 5 cents per copy.
The proposition was declined.
The board adjourned until Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday morning.
Wednesday Morning Session
The board met, all members pres present.
ent. present. Mr. L. S. Light appeared and ask
ed that the county pay freight on
certain clays to be analyzed to de determine
termine determine whether or not same would
be suitable for manufacturing brick
for road paving. After considera consideration
tion consideration Mr. C. Carmichael and Mr. C. A.
Gamsby were appointed a committee
to confer with the board of trade
with reference thereto.
Mr. George Smith was given the
contract for delivering the ballot
boxes for the primary election for
the sum of $35.
The matter of opening the road
from Pedro to Stokes ferry, granted
some years ago. was referred to
Commissioner Davis and the county
It was ordered that the clerk ad
vertise for bids for building a cause
way or piece of road between Daisy
and Fort McCoy, according to plans
and specifications on file.
The clerk was requested to fur
nish the board at its next meeting
with the amount expended by the
county in repairing bridges across
the Withlacoochee river at Dunnel-
lon and Stokes ferry. Including
The matter of tickets and all other
matters in connection with the pri primary
mary primary election was left to the clerk
and the county attorney.
It was ordered that a warrant be
drawn on the special indebtednesss
fund in favor of the Munroe and
Chambliss Bank for the sum of
$8,711.51 to take up that amount of
validated road warrants and road
warrant issued prior to July, 1913,
and that Interest on same amounting
to $236.10 be drawn on the road
It was ordered that a warrant be
drawn on the fine and forfeiture
fund for $75 in favor of the clerk for
the payment of discharge money to
John M. Graham, county treasur treasurer,
er, treasurer, submitted his report showing re
Shady Grove, No. 7 F. G. Buhl,
before T? TT RHinr o A Tt nnuirl.co
managers, and W. M. Jones, clerk.
Summerfield, No. 8 A. D .Mitch
ell, S. U. Campbell and Leon Wall,
managers and J. D. Proctor, clerk.
Oklawaha, No. 9 Jno. T. Lewis,
John Pasteur and Robert Marshall,
managers, and J. M. Neely, clerk.
Moss Bluff, No. 10 W. E. Martin,
A. W. Fort and J. C. Pillans, man
agers, and G. A. Waters, clerk.
Grahamrille, 'No. 11 C. R. Fort,
O. H. Rogers and L. B. Griggs, man
agers, and B. L. Hickman, clerk.
Salt Springs, No. 12 W. P. Wil
liamson, Calvin Long.J. Y. Hicks,
managers, and W. S. Hastings, clerk.
Fort McCoy, No. 13. Henry Mc
Quaig, Thos. J. Perry, W. S. Priest,
managers, and John W. Stevens,
Orange Springs, 'No. 14 J. B.
Hall, L. T. Matchett, D. M. Waldron,
managers, and W. F. Jordon, clerk.
Llnadale, No. U5 C. J. McCraney,
Mitchell Rigdon, 1E. L. Drawdy, man managers,
agers, managers, and C.'A. McCraney, clerk.
Citra, No. 16 J. P. Ausley, C. W.
Driver, J.N. Malphurs, managers,
and W. T. Dupree, clerk.
Anthony, No. 17 G. M. Brown,
W. W. Griffin, H. L". Griggs, manag managers,
ers, managers, and J. M. Gates, clerk.
Martin, No. 18 J. M. Martin, Jr.,
E. P. Townsend, W. M. Xnoblock,
managers, and John J. Knoblock,
(Stanton, No. 19 Wm. Allsopp,
Frank Lytle, V. P. Kelsey, managers,
and 'J. M. Douglass, clerk.
Blitchton, No. 20 Landls Blitch,
J. T. Burgess, S. W. Curry, manag managers,
ers, managers, and S. J. McCully, clerk.
Belleview, No. 21 Hey wood Hale,
D. C. Stanley, J. E. Pelot, managers,
and O. M. Gale, clerk.
Mcintosh, No. 22 E. W. Rush,
J. B. Burry, A. B. Dupuis, managers,
and L. T. Hickson, clerk,
Pedro, No. 23 S. G. Lovell, R. J.
Perry, W. H. 'Proctor, managers, and
M. M. Proctor, clerk.
Dunnellon, No. 24 C. C. Hough,
W. N. Knight, Harvey Mixon, man managers,
agers, managers, and J. M. Barksdale. clerk.
Candler, No. 25 Albert McClane,
J.-.O. Hightower, Philip Fort, mana managers,
gers, managers, and Jno. H. Mathews, clerk.
Sparr, 'No. 26 H. R. demons, J.
W. Colbert, W. Luffman, managers,
and A. J. Stevens, clerk.
Eureka, No. 27 L. B. Marsh, E.
F. Teuton, B. J. Brinson, managers,
and F. M. Harp, clerk.
Levon. No. 28 C; E. Lucsius, W.
A. Redding, J. A. Scruggs, managers,
and W. T. Perry, clerk.
Kendrick, No. 29 Peter Loos, E.
C. McLeod, D. C. Rawls, managers,
and B. T. Webb, clerk.
Martel. No. 30 W. F. Roe, T.
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The semi-annual fiscal statement
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to the board and signed by them, and
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xne ooara Tnereupon aajournea 10
meet June 3rd next.
P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
"About ayear ago my three boys
had whooping cough and I found
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the on- bi
y one that would releive their cough-
la a little book designed for expectant
mothers more complete Instruction to
Shren In the use of
This Is an external
to the abdominal
muscles for the pur purpose
pose purpose of reduemsr
the strain on liga ligaments,
ments, ligaments, cords and,
II serves to ease
th mind bMUreetrv
has a most beneficial effect upon the
nervous system and thousands of women
have delightedly told how they were free
of nausea, had no morning- sickness 4
went through the ordeal with most re remarkable
markable remarkable success. "Mother's Friend has
been growing- In popular favor for mora
than forty years. In almost every com
m unity are grandmothers who used tt
themselves, then daughters have used tt
and they certainly must know what m.
ing' ft is when they recommend tt
Ing 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
Dalrymple, Crookavllle. Ohio. For
sale by ail dcaltm Adv
warmly. It Is used very saceestt&Qy t
prevent caking- of breasts.,
-Mother's Friend baa been
the laboratory of Bradflekt Regulator
cm ut trom coast te
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rnxs ocala evening star, kitjksday, may 14, 1014
F. U. of A. meets this evening.
Moose meet tonight.
Woodmen meet tomorrow night.
Mr. T. H. Ray, Jr., was an 4after 4after-noon
noon 4after-noon visitor yesterday, returning to
Leesburg on the evening train.
Mr. B.S. Weathers, who came to
attend the funeral of Mrs. D. W. Da Davis
vis Davis yesterday, returned to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville last night.
Judge J. C. B. Koonce of -Bushnell
was greeting Ocala friends yesterday
Messrs. A. It. Griffin of Anthony,
J. D. Young and David Kirkland of
Lake Weir, were visitors today.
Mr. T. J. Yonce of St. Petersburg.
who has been visiting his daughter,
Mrs. Carroll, and son, Mr. Lewis
'Yonce for the past ten days, return returned
ed returned home today.
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. .Office Law
Library Bu'ldlng, Ocala. Adv.
One of the moving picture film
companies had a crew working at
Silver Springs this morning making
fiome views of the springs.
Mr. H. W. Nettles of the Fleming Fleming-ton
ton Fleming-ton community, is a business visitor
in the city. He says that he is now
gathering beans, lor which the pres present
ent present dry weather is very acceptable,
but that rain is needed for the im improvement
provement improvement of other growing crops.
, Creola Johnes, a colored woman,
Is having a pretty five-room cottage
built at the corner of Lime and
South Second streets. Levi Alexan Alexander
der Alexander is building the house for her.
This thrifty and saving colored wom woman
an woman has built and owns almost a block
of these houses and gets a nice re
enue from them.
Contractor David Gamble, who is
to build Dr. E. G. Peek's handsome
residence on Oklawaha avenue, .has
the foundations completed and also
the excavations for the basement.
Dr. 'Peek will be living in the house
fby early fall.
We are very sorry to learn that
Mr. Edward Marshall of St. Augus Augustine
tine Augustine lias been quite sick for the past
three -days with acute indigestion.
Mr. Marshall is feeling somewhat
The big Otis elevator,, for passen passenger
ger passenger and freight service, with its
powerful electric motor, has arrived
and is being installed at the Ocala
-House. Workmen are today exca excavating
vating excavating for the foundations. The ele elevator
vator elevator will be installed in the big
well of the stairway,1 there being
ample room in the open, space with without
out without disturbing the stairs.
, Mr. B. F. Condon, who has been
in Detroit, Mich., and later in New
York City for the past three weeks,
on Important business, returned
'borne yesterday afternoon. Mr. Con Condon
don Condon received a carload of Chevrelot
cars this afternoon two roadsters
and a touring car.
DAILY WEATHER REPORT
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.:
March average. .74
April average.. 81
May 1 . . .87
May 2. ..... .81
May 3 . . . t .85
May 4 . 85
May 5. .". 85
May 6 ....
May 9 ....
May 12. ..
May 13. ..
May 14. .
. .. .90
... 8 9
. . .88
. . .86
. .. .93
Forecast for Tonight and Tomorrow
Generally fair tonight and Friday,
cooler northeast and central portion.
MIn. R. F.
THE RAIN YESTERDAY
The few drops of rain that fell in
Ocala yesterday increased to a good
shower in places over the county,
and more will probably follow today.
Mr. George Easterling, west of town,
had a good rain on his farms.
FORT McCOY EXPECTS
A LARGE CROWD
The citizens of Fort McCoy are ex expecting
pecting expecting a large turn out at their pic picnic
nic picnic and political rally on the 21st
of this month. The committee in
charge of the affair is making prep preparations
arations preparations for entertaining hundreds
of people and the citizens of the
surrounding towns are showing a
willingness to join in and make it
the largest gathering ever held
The Ocala Northern has arranged
for a low rate from all points 'on its
road for that date, and special trains
will be run from Palatka and Ocala,
leaving these places in the morning
and returning in the afternoon.
Goodness, like charity, begins- at
home. No one is excepted from its
requirements, and no one can fairly
find fault with the world unless his
or her own part is thoroughly fulfilled.
"Live such a life that if everybody
in the world lived in the same way.
this world of ours would be a corn corn-plete
plete corn-plete and perfect one" is a just as well
as a wise saying.
OCALA PUnLlC LIBRARY
Open daily except Sunday from 3
to 5 p. m.' Board of Trade rooms,
Ocala House block.
Louise E. Gamsby, Librarian.
Fright to Be Guarded Against.
"Perhaps it seems incomprehensible
to you," says Dr. Stoddard Goodhue,
in the Cosmopolitan Magazine, "that
& fright experienced by your child at
the age of two or three years can be
instrumental in determining the com complexion
plexion complexion of mind of that child after It
has come to the adult age can, for
sxample, give it lifelong inherent tim timidity,
idity, timidity, that will dominate it under
giv?n conditions, but such is the
. OPEN ALL NIfJHT
Tie Merchant's Cafe Is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf
INDIGESTION? CANT EAT? NO
CAKES AND SUGAR WAFERS
Clover Leaf ""
S. S. SAndwIch
Whole Wheat Wafers
- Golden Flakes
0. K. Teapot Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
. 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 troubl ss. 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 your
druggist. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for
eczema. ad 2
dly, Tues, Thurs, and Fri. and Wkly.
In making holes in rubber corks
much annoyance is caused by the
punch making "tapering holes and
"running to the side." A little am ammonia
monia ammonia water poured on the rubber and
the boring instrument causes the hole
to become of uniform size at every
point and the operation is accom accomplished
plished accomplished with much more ease.
Ill THE CIRCUIT COUHT
Yesterday afternoon the jury in
the case of the I. X. L. Manufactur Manufacturing
ing Manufacturing Company vs. Marcus Frank
handed in a verdict for the plaintiff
for an amount to cover that portion
acknowledged by the defendant.
The grand jury has reported the
following true bills:
J. E. Hamilton, uttering a forged
instrument. Another indictment was
found against Hamilton for forgery.
Dennis Blanchard, assault with in intent
tent intent to murder; bond for appear appearance.
ance. appearance. Glover Denham, -wife desertion;
under bond. v"
Joe Anderson, aggravated assault;
Marion Godman, breaking and en entering;
tering; entering; in jail.
Albert Williams and George
White, grand larceny; in jail.
Griffin Dorsey, grand larceny; in
Will Howard, breaking and enter entering;
ing; entering; under bond.
Henry Williams, breaking and en entering;
tering; entering; plead guilty and awaiting
Gertrude Shine, aggravated as assault;
sault; assault; plead guilty and fined $25 and
Ada Askew alias Ada Astor, big bigamy;
amy; bigamy; plead guilty and awaiting sen sentence.
tence. sentence. Charlie Gilliard, grand larceny;
plead guilty, and is in jail awaiting
James Taylor, assault with Intent
to murder; in-jail.
The cases wherein the defendants
entered a plea of not guilty have
been set for May 25th, at which
time the judge will set definite dates
for the trials.
MARION JUUNTT DIRECTORY
Judge, Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bul-ock.
ock. Bul-ock. Ocala.
Clerk Circuit ConrtP. H. Nugent.
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala
Treasurer John M. Graham
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Probate Wm. E. Smith
County Commissioners C. Carmi
chael, Ocaia; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t. Henderson. Lynne; D. G
Watkin... Dunnellon; Walte Luf
Board Public In-ruction -J. xi
Brinson, Superintendent, Ocala; B
R. Blitch. Blitchton: J. S. Grantham
COMMITTEES OF THE COUNCIL
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. Knignt, chairman;
G. A. Carmichael, 'E. E. Robinsor.
Cemetery J. C. Smith, chairman;
E. E. Robinson, M. J. Roess.
Fire E. C. Bennett, chairman; J.
X. Tolar, H. 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.
We seek an opportunity to convince you that this strong, conserv conservative,
ative, conservative, but progressive institution can help you increase your resources
and make your business grow. Will you grant us the opportunity ?
Capitol, Surplcs and ProIIts CC3,CCO.0O.
A OTIVE TJ. S. DEPOSITARY.
JNO. L. EDWARDS, President. CLARENCE CAMP, Vice-Pi
H. D. STOKES, Cashier 7
NAMES ID BEDS
Of Institutions, Firms, People and
Phones Most Often Called in j
OCALA LODGE NO. 280. 1$. F. O. tZ
Ocala Lodge, No. 286. Benovelem
nd Protective Order of Elks, m?fi
the second and fourth Tuesday even
!ngs in each month. .Visiting hreth
ren a1ways welcome.
. Chas. W. Hunter, E. R R-Joseph
Joseph R-Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
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 departments,-
the railroads and telegraph
offices, the offices and residences of
all the doctors in the city, the hos-;
pital 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.
A. C. L. passenger station. .. .. 370
A. C. L. freight office ........ 99
Banner . 1
Brigance, City Marshal....... 361
Board of Trade. 381
Brinson, school superintendent 141
City Hall .... . . .... 303
Commercial Bank .......... 122
County jail ............... 35
Dr. IKwier 41
Dr. Dozier, residence ........ 69
Dr. E. Van Wood . 324
Dr. E. Van Hood, residence.. 164
Dr. Counts ....... i ....... 427
Dr. Counts, residence ........ 349
Dr. J. W. Hood 203
Dr. J. W. Hood, residence.... 295
Dr. Izlar 11
Dr. Izlar, residence. .. 71
Dr. Lane .......... 422
Dr. Lane, residence. 477
Dr. Lindner 78
Dr. McClane 333
Dr. McClane, residence. 407
Dr. Kewsom 512
Dr. Newsom, residence...... 186
Dr. Peek 468
Dr. Peek, residence 301-
Dr. Smith . : 53
Dr. Smith, residence. .74
Dr. Thompson 139
Dr. Von Engelken 286
Dr. Von Engelken, residence. 290
Dr. Watt 53
Dr. Watt, residence 472
Dr. Walters 78
Dr. Walters, residence 495
Dr.. Wilson, colored. ......... 404 j
Dr. Hughes, colored 1851
Hot Point WeeZi
May 11-16, only.
Place your order
el wi wnm I
I PHONE 300
Eveetely Ycill EMy a
: WDY. NOT .NOV?, ;
Not because it is cheaper, but because
it is BETTER and more economical ; will
stand more rough usage; will go and
COME BACK where many other cars will
NOT. Lighter on tires, more economical
on upkeep, gas and oil. than any. automo automobile
bile automobile in the world.
ROADSTER. $500 j 5-PAS5ENGER. $350.00.
F. O. D. DETROIT. FULLY EQUIPPED.
EBWAEHB TUCKER, itont
Tuluia Lodge No. 22, Independen
Order of Odd Fellows, meets even
Tuesday evening rl 7:30 o'clock ( ii
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenueVis avenueVisitors
itors avenueVisitors in the city invited to be with us
H. D. Stokes, N. G.
"Did you come back on an all-steel
train?" "When the waiters and por
lero finished plucking me I felt sure
' Jiat it was."
Ocala Iron Works
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
JOHN L. DAVIS.
Electric Light Plant
FIRE STATION .
Florida House. 1
Galloway, sheriff, residence. .
Harrington Hall Hotel
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 National Bank. ........
Ocala Northern Railway......
Ocala Southwestern Railway.
Ocala City office
Ocala Telephone Company. .
POLICE ALARM ...........
Postal Telegraph office.......
Seaboard Air Line City Ticket
Seaboard Airline freight office
Southern Express Co
Western Union Telegraph office
MarionCounty Abstract Company
GRAHAM DROTHEnS, Lessees,
fm Fn-st consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.
I We Are HeaapiaFtteFS
For Buggies, Carriages, Cart.. Wagons and Automobiles, Harness
and all Leather Goods. We haTe the largest line of Vehicles and
Harness and Saddlery in Central Florida and offer them at the
lowest figures. We lead in U kinds of Farming Machinery;
Agents for the Fomous all Steel Moline Plows, one horse Disc
Cultivators, McCormick Binders. Mowers, Rakes, Reapers and
IHC Binder Twine. Agerfta 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 yon money
on anything you buy from us.
His Large Audience.
Joseph Parker of London, on
occasion was congratulated by a friend
of ours on the fact that his sermons
were very widely read. "Yes," said
Dr. Parker, with a twinkle in his eye,
"the front seats of my auditorium are
in the Himalayas and the back seats
in the Rocky mountains!" The Chris Christian
tian Christian Herald.
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
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D. E. McIYER sad C. V. XIOBCRT3
. Funeral Directors
n Work Dose by. Licensed. m m-belmers
belmers m-belmers sad Fully Guaranteed
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