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The Ocala evening star
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EVEN

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VOL. 21.
OCALA FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY. MAY 20. 1914
NO. 117

HUHHCE AT-
: IMS GIIIEI

OPEIIIIIG MEETING OF THE IIEGOTIfflllS HELD
THIS AFTERNOON
DELEGATES ARE NOT TALKING FOR N PUBLICATION, BUT
KEEP THEIR BREATH FOR DISCUSSION

Niagara Falls, May 20. The Mex-,
lean mediation delegates and party
numbering 22 persons arrived here
early today. The delegates refused
to discuss their instructions in any
way.
The American delegates are stop stopping
ping stopping at a hotel on the American side.
A joint conference may be held at
3 o'clock this afternoon, when the
"a
general plan of procedure will be
discussed.
OF OFFICE SEEKERS
Invasion of Dunnellon by the Candi Candidates
dates Candidates Tuesday Afternoon
and Evening
The best attended evening meet meet-of
of meet-of the campaign was the one
'held at Dunnellon last evening.
'Beginning in the early afternoon
- the eager candidates began to arrive
in the Phosphate City from all direc directions
tions directions and by all sorts of conveyances
from Blow but sure mule-back to au automobile,
tomobile, automobile, and by seven o'clock the
business section had the appearance
of a real convention town. Every
candidate seemed to have in mind
being first on the ground and imme immediately
diately immediately npon arrival the .voter was
cornered and "handshaked" to fast
music time until the meeting was
called to order at the town hall at
8 o'clock.
At the appointed hour for speech speech-making
making speech-making the hall was crowded almost
to its capacity, fully one-fourth of
the audience being ladies.
s Dr. William Griffith, who had been
appointed by Committeeman Bask in
to act as master of ceremonies, made
a short address in opening the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. He jocularly said that the
coming election was going to fur furnish
nish furnish the opportunity for Dunnellon
voters to get even with some of the
Ocala candidates who hadn't shown
just the proper appreciation of for former
mer former support in that city.
, The commissioners were taken up
by districts, and appearing in reg regular
ular regular order were Messrs. Carmichael
and Cam of the first district; Wat Wat-kins,
kins, Wat-kins, Parker, Hutchins and Coulter
of 'the second; Davis and Pyles of
the third. (The fourth and fifth dis districts
tricts districts were not represented.) They
all told the dear voter just what
they intended doing if elected, and
the substance of their speeches was
y about as formerly outlined in the
Star.
Messrs. Moorhead and Ayer, can

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Six Lots sold Last Week
in Block 16, North
Magnolia St.
Now is the time to buy.

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didates for the assessorship, popu popularly
larly popularly known on the vaudeville stage
as the "Monkey and Parrot" team,
amused the audience with their

repartee, managing between acts to
tell those present of their aspira aspirations
tions aspirations to serve the public. Their ad addresses
dresses addresses were well received and the
applause was so equally divided that
no one could determine which of
these gentlemen will carry off the
political plum (or persimmon) in
the Dunnellon precinct.
Messrs. Stripling and Colbert, as aspirants
pirants aspirants for the honor of collecting
Marion county's revenue for the
coming term, then told of their ex excellent
cellent excellent qualifications for that posi position.
tion. position. Then followed the two legislative
candidates' present, Messrs. Crosby
and Light. They explained their
positions on the various phases of
legislation closest to the hearts of
the taxpayer, and both were recip recipients
ients recipients of generous applause.
F Messrs' ScofleldT and' Koonce, for
district "attorney, closed the 'eve 'evening's
ning's 'evening's program with speeches along
the lines formerly reported.
Notes
No more amiable bunch of office
seekers ever toured the county than
that which is now offering to 6erve
the dear people in the various capa capacities.
cities. capacities. Mr. Henderson, candidate for rep representative,
resentative, representative, was unable to be pres present
ent present on account of sickness in his
family.
All the speakers were generous
with their bouquets to the town of
Dunnellon for the splendid progress
being made in civic improvements.
Many of her principal streets are
now paved with vitrified brick, and
the best feature of this part of her
Improvements is that new high pres pressure
sure pressure water pipes and sewer pipes
that will serve for a century were
laid before the streets were com completed,
pleted, completed, thus obviating the necessity
of tearing up the brick for repairs,
etc.
Mr. Ayer said that he appreciated
the fact that the large vote given his
opponent at the last primary in
Dunnellon. was a complimentary one,
but that such actions might prove
unpleasant if persisted in, so he ad advised
vised advised that they all vote for Ayr
this time.
Mr. Moorhead said that at Mr.
Ayer's term in office began during
the. last century he thought it high
time that there was a change, and
that he was the logical man to re relieve
lieve relieve Mr. Ayer of the responsibili responsibilities
ties responsibilities of the job. He recommends
that if his opponent must have a

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VILLAS RAGGKI AlITII.LEItVMEX SERVING GUN'S IX THE OUT-
SKIItTS OF SAI.T1IXO

political position he be made joker
to the governor, such as ancient rul rulers
ers rulers have had forced upon them. His
pun, "Cut out the Ayer and use
Moor-head" made a hit.
Mr. Davis' announcement that he
was glad to be with these good peo people
ple people "this afternoon" (it was ten
o'clock at night) brought forth
smiles from the audience. Some said
he hadn't had any supper, while
others gave, him the benefit of the
doubt and said it was a "typograph "typographical"
ical" "typographical" error, as his nianuscript con contained
tained contained a long blank" space at this
juncture to be filled in to suit the
time of day and had last been used
on Saturday "afternoon" at Okla Okla-waha.
waha. Okla-waha. Mr. Watkins explanation of his
"equalizing" process in the Dunne Dunne-Ion
Ion Dunne-Ion district last July in which his
property was "equalized" downward
while other property was "equaliz "equalized"
ed" "equalized" upward was received with much
laughter by his neighbors who knew
of all the circumstances connected
with the affair.
KILLED AND CREMATED
Eye Witness Has Given Information
of the Fate of Private
Parks
Washington,. D. C, May 20. Pri Private
vate Private Parks was shot and his body
burned by Mexican federals, accord according
ing according to a state department report
from the Brazilian minister at Mex Mexico
ico Mexico City. This report based its in information
formation information supplied by an alleged
eye witness.
TEDDY WILL TALK IX
WASHINGTON TUESDAY
Washington. May 20. Colonel
Roosevelt, who reached his home
near New York, from South Amer America
ica America last night, has telegraphed the
National Geographic Society that he
will speak here next Tuesday regard regarding
ing regarding his trip to South America.
PRELIMINARY HEARING
FOR IKE JOHNSON
Judge Smith has set Saturday, the
23rd, as the day for the preliminary
hearing of Ike Johnson, charged
j with the murder of his brother, Jim
(Johnson several days ago at their
j home near Kendrick. Ike is now in
the county jail.
LAKE WEIR FOR RE XT
Three small bungalows, fully fur furnished,
nished, furnished, for rent to small families by
the month; located on Lake Weir.
! Apply to Wm. H. Bickley, Weirsdale,
Fla.
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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 NORTH OCALA NOW
Us WoiPttlhi 200 Geimtts.

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GOETHAIjS will, put
OXIjY AMERICANS OX GUARD
Ships Pacing Tliru the Panama
Canal Must be Piloted by
Our Citizens
Washington, May 20. American
citizens only are to be trusted to
pilot vessels thru the Panama canal
under rules just laid down by Col.
Goethals to govern appointment of
pilots. Applicants must in addition
to American nationality be under
forty-five years of age and hold
masters' licenses for the Great
Lakes or ocean-going vessels. Al Already
ready Already a large eligible list has been
secured.
BECKER'S DEFENSE GIVEN
A STAGGERING BLOW
New York, May 20. Becker's de defense
fense defense received' a staggering blow to today
day today when Justice Seabury excluded
from the case the evidence to show
that "Dago Frank" Cirofici, one of
the' actual killers of Rosenthal, ex exonerated
onerated exonerated Becker of complicity in the
crime, "so far as he knew," an hour
before he died in the electric chair.
This crisis in. the defense's case
came when Becker's counsel called
Thomas F. Mdnerney, principal
keeper at Sing Sing prison, to the
witness stand. Mdnerney with the
warden and prison chaplain heard
Dago Frank's confession just before
he was electrocuted.
SEVERE FIGHTING GOING
ON AROUND SALTILLO
Juarez, Mexico, May 20. The be belief
lief belief that Gen. Villa is engaged in a
desperate struggle at Saltillo grew
today, while military men sought
some news of the battle. For more
than 4 8 hours the wires from Pare Pare-don
don Pare-don to Saltillo were silent. Consti Constitutionalist
tutionalist Constitutionalist officials declare stories
circulated here regarding severe
fighting at Paredon are repetitions
of story of engagement Saturday
near Monclova.
AMERICAN'S DO NOT
SEEM TO BE IN IT
Sandwich, England, May 20. The
defeat of Francis Quimet. Arthur
Lockwood and Frederick Herreshoff
left only two Americans in the Brit British
ish British amateur golf championship.
OPEN DAY A ;T 5IUHT
Merchant': Cafe. A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
tat any hour. Adv.

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DV VILLA'S SOLDIERS
CITY OF

Americans

HAVE BEEN DECEIVED SO OFTEN THEY l!0 HOT
EXPECT TO FIND IIIL1 ALIVE

Washington, May 20. With a
desperate battle in -progress at Sal Saltillo
tillo Saltillo and the city entirely surround surrounded
ed surrounded by General Villa's troops, inter interest
est interest in the Mexican situation today
centered in the fate of Vice Consul
Silliman. The state department ex expects
pects expects to see Villa take the city with within
in within forty-eight hours.
Consular Representative Carroth Carroth-ers,
ers, Carroth-ers, who is with Villa, has already
been ordered to determine imme immediately
diately immediately what has happened to the
vice consul there. High officials
here friendly to Consul Silliman,
fear the worst. They declare that
promises of his safe delivery have
been disregarded so often they be
lieve that he may have been killed.
But so far as the administration is
concerned, everything has been halt halted
ed halted to await the outcome of the me mediation
diation mediation conference at Niagara Falls.
SUFFS TRIED TO GIVE
KING GEORGE A SCORCHING
Aldershot, Eng., May 20. A ser serious
ious serious fire, supposedly of suffragette
origin, broke out in the furze close to
the royal pavilion, where King
George and Queen Mary are staying
during the military maneuvers. The
royal couple had left the pavilion
when the blaze was discovered.
STRIVING TO OBTAIN
INFORMATION OF SILLIMAN
Washington, D. C, May, 20. 'Ef 'Efforts
forts 'Efforts to locate Vice Consul Silliman
by means of couriers from Monterey
to Saltillo, will be attempted if pos possible.
sible. possible. Secretary Bryan 6tated today.
MORGAN'S IETHOIS
EXPLAINED BY 31 ELLEN
Washington, D. C, May 20. That
the late J. P. Morgan -worked will willingly
ingly willingly with the New Haven Railway
system and its subsidiaries, unop unopposed
posed unopposed by its directors or officials,
was more than ever emphasized at
the Interstate Commerce Commis Commission
sion Commission investigation today. Mellen
showed that Morgan unloaded the
control of the entire railroad on the
Boston and Maine, paying for it
$15 and more per share than later
it was found possible to buy the
minority interest at.
COXEY'S ARMY HAS
REACHED THE CAPITAL
Washington, D. C, May 20.
Marching down Pennsylvania avenue
this morning, with a -white mule in
the lead. General Coxey's army made
its triumphal entry into the capital.
A dense throng lined the sidewalks,
in marked contrast to the "capture"
of Washington during President
Cleveland's administration when
Coxey's followers were arrested for
E. 1.
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OCALA

17UEII TREK EI1TER THE
SALT1LL0
ignoring the "keep off the grass"
signs at the capital, and the "army
of six privates were given protec protection
tion protection by the police.
AMERICA WONT AGREE
To Any Further Attempt to Close
the Port of Tanipico
Washington, D. C. May 20.
That the United States "sincerely
desires that the port of Tampieo
shall be kept open to all commerce,"
Acting Secretary Roosevelt admitted
today. "If by any change federals
or rebels should attempt to close the
port," he said, "it would be contrary
to the wishes of this government and
undoubtedly some steps would be
taken to keep it open."
CANDLER
Candler, May 19. Mr. Harry
Baxter 'was th"e champion vegetable vegetable-shipper
shipper vegetable-shipper from this section last week.
A picked nine from the Candler,
Oklawaha and Weirsdale base ball'
teams played a match game with the
Summerfield team at Oklawaha Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, which resulted in a victory o
4 to 1 for Summerfield.
Sam Mathews, of Ocala. and Tom
Pritchett, of Inverness, were week
end guests of Candler relatives.
Dr. 'Beck, of Ocala, spent several"
days of the past week visiting his his-cousin,
cousin, his-cousin, John Mathews.
Mrs. Janie Pritchett and Miss:
Helen Thornton, returned Friday'
from a visit to Fort Meade.
Mr. and Mrs. -Brown, of Califor Califor-fornia.
fornia. Califor-fornia. were guests of Dr. and Mrs.
A. Belcher, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kline, of Sav Savannah,
annah, Savannah, Ga., are visiting Mr. Kline'a
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Kline.
Dr and Mrs. A. Belcher's daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. Roxey Menifee, who has
been visiting them for the past week,
has returned to her home in Poplar,
Bluff. Mo.
Mr. Henry Clark left last Friday
morning for South Hampton, L. I.,
to join his family, who preceded him
a month ago.
A number of Candlerites attended
the political rally at Okiawaha Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Mrs. John Mathews and Master
Don Circie were shoppers and visi visitors
tors visitors in Ocala Friday.
Mrs. J. N. Marshall is recovering
from her recent illness.
Donald Circie has again broken
his. arm which had but a short time
!een out of splints.
Mrs. George Russell, of Lake
Weir, was the week end guest of
Mrs. Mary Hiscock.
A full line of Spalding baseball
goods just in at Gerig's Reliable
Drug Stores. 5-16-tf
SEYMOUR
Building,
FLA.

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THE OCA LA EVEMCi STAR, WEDNESDAY, 3IAY 20. 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGEIt & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
L R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. If, Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

PHOXE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
Due year, In advance $5.00
fix months, In ad ranee.... 2.5
Three months, In advance. 1.25
One month,- ja. advance.... .50

(Foreign)
One year, in advance. .... $8. 00
Six months, in advance.... 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance 80

Ocala had best keep on making its
own electricity.

Mr. Mellen seems to have turned
state's evidence.

Ocala can't have a bond issue un unless
less unless all hands pull together for the
pn-blic good.

A few more weeks, and then how
we will mi3s our esteemed contem contemporary,
porary, contemporary, the Congressional Record.

Shouldn't be surprised if interven intervention
tion intervention hadn't suited Huerta to a
nicety.

for divorce, but that will not set him
back in the opinion of his feminine
admirers.

Spanish is said to be the most
effective and expressive of all lan languages
guages languages in the number, variety and
energy of its cuss words. When a
friend of ours brings in a valuable
piece of copy, contained in a large
and bulky book, magazine or paper,
that will by no means go on the copy
holder of a linotype machine, and
which must be returned intact, then
do we regret that we did not learn
to cuss in Spanish.

Friends of the various candidates
are busy prophesying success for
their favorites. The Star, as usual,
will do its prophesying after the
votes are counted.

If the people of Ocala will at attend
tend attend the commencement exercises
next Monday night, listen to what
the graduates have to say, and act
accordingly until next commence commencement,
ment, commencement, we will have a lovely town for
the ensuing twelve months.

About the only reason why Burr
and Blitch will be nominees far rail rail-xoad
xoad rail-xoad commissioners is because no
one else wants the office. Any one
; could beat either of them in this
part of the state.

Allie Angle wants Congressman
Sparkman to meet him in debate.
Its the Star's opinion that Uncle
Steve won't lose any votes by stay staying
ing staying on the job in Washington.

The tango, the maxixe and the
other new-fangled dances may have
temporary popularity, but they have
none of the beauty and grace of the
old-fashioned dances and, like other
fads, will soon pass.

In .three years of war, the Mexi Mexi-t
t Mexi-t -can National Railway has lost $39, $39,-'000,000.
'000,000. $39,-'000,000. We haven't the figures to
show In just how many years of
peace the New Haven lost $12,000, $12,000,-000,
000, $12,000,-000, but we daresay Morgan's ghost
has told Madero's by this time.

If the Constitutionalists drive the
Huertaistas from power and occupy
i.he Mexican capital, or if Huerta
resigns, they will -be the de facto
government of Mexico. As soon as
.they are, they are certain to notify
the Americans to move out of .Vera
Cruz. And when they do

A gentleman criticising Ocala savs

the great clog on our progress is
that a number of our people have
lived here a long time, know each
other too well and dislike each other
so thoroughly that they put in more
of their time trying to counteract
each other's plans than in helping on
the public good. There may be some
truth in the criticism, which was'not
meant unkindly, and we should
think it over and profit by it. The
writer has been in two or three new
places, where everybody had recent recently
ly recently arrived from somewhere else, and
noticed that such towns were very
progressive, tho he isn't prepared to
say it was because the people hadn't
found each other out.

The little story of Claude L'En L'En-gle's
gle's L'En-gle's namesake, which appears else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, is eloquent testimony to the
hold which the editor-statesman has
taken on the hearts of the plain
people. It is not written with lit literary
erary literary skill it is the words that
first came to the mind of a Florida
girl describing her own sentiments
and those of her friends in narrat narrating
ing narrating events that maybe wouldn't

make a thriller for a sensational pa

per or magazine, but are neverthe nevertheless
less nevertheless as full of love and faith and
hope as anything any author ever
penned. We can't say how it is in
the counties of his new district, but
here in Maricn, Claude's friends and
believers are legion, and they well
may cling to him, for he has been
faithful to the trust placed in him.

LOCAL LEGISLATIOII

! STRENUOUS SESSION HELD TUES

DAY EVENING BY THE
SOLONS
The city council met last night in
regular session with the following

members in their seats: President j
C. W. Hunter. Councilmen E. C A

Bennett, W. A. Knight, J. X. Tolar,
M. J. Roess, J. C. Smith, H. A.
Fausett and E. E. Robinson.
Minutes of previous session were
read and approved.
All of the city officers were in at attendance
tendance attendance on the council.
Quite a good many citizens were
present, but had nothing to ask the
council when extended the invita invitation
tion invitation to address that body.
Under the head of written com communications,
munications, communications, the Dodge Sign Co.
asked the council to amend the sign
ordinance to permit of use of elec electric
tric electric signs. Same was filed for in information.
formation. information. W. H. Willoughby and wife stated
that they were unable to pay the
sidewalk assessment, and asked for
relief from same. The council filed
the communication, as it had no
power to afford the desired relief.
Mr. J. D. McCaskill asked for a
builder's permit to erect a two-story
addition to the frame building
known as the Florida House to con connect
nect connect that building with the Florida
House Annex. Matter was referred
to the building committee.

Mefl'ei-Us Proposition
The following communication or
proposition from Mr. J. M. Meffert
in the matter of bids asked for by
the council for supplying current to
the city electric light plant's switch switchboard
board switchboard was read and on motion of
Mr. Robinson, seconded by Mr. Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, referred to the light and water
committee.
To the Honorable Board of Alder Aldermen
men Aldermen of the City of Ocala: In view
of the fact that the city council has
advertised for bids for furnishing
electric current delivered at switch switchboard
board switchboard in the city of Ocala, and hav having
ing having always been a strong advocate of
public ownership and control of pub public
lic public utilities, I am opposed to the city
council purchasing current as long as

he city owns its electric light plant;

ovuuuji iilflUliiliiVM VliViltliuUlV tUUIcUl CiGtlT

une oi me best indications of manly character is prud prudence
ence prudence in the use of money.
Economy is the forerunner of thrift and saving leads to
prosperity.
By starting an account witu the Munroe iand Chambliss
Bank and depositing your money regularly, you will accomp accomplish
lish accomplish something worth every effort.

Total
Resources
Over
$700,000.00

lunfDe&Oiafflbli

INCORPORATE O

OCALA. FLORI

"THE BEST IN BANKING9

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:jv-jrv:'t .:-3m i'V-f r1? T?jrjr ? ? i

MRS. FAXXIE R. GARY

and can make current with its old
plant nearly as cheap as it can be
bought, and by adding another unit,
sufficient current can be generated to
supply our demands for several
years. The installation of this unit
will not cost over $10,000.
In the event the city purchases
current from outside parties, this
will do away with our plant and it
will be of practically no value Ina
very short time.
I have considered the matter very
carefully and have concluded that
rather than see the plant rust out, I
will make the council the following
proposition:
(Contiuued on Page Fiv)

IX MKMORIAM

Mrs. Fannie It. Gary, Honorary
President Florida Division and of
the IMckison Chapter, United
Daughters of the Confederacy
Whereas, it has pleased our Heav Heavenly
enly Heavenly Father, in His divine wisdom to
release from her earthly sufferings,
our loved sister, Mrs. Fannie R.
Gary, and to call her soul to the
peace of the life beyond; therefore
be it
Resolved, That In the death of
Mrs. Gary, thru whose efforts Dick Dick-ison
ison Dick-ison Chapter, Daughters of the Con Confederacy,
federacy, Confederacy, was organized, and whose
beloved and revered president she

was for so many years without
interruption until physically -unable
to attend the meetings, that the
Daughters of the Confederacy and
the Children of the Confederacy,
(the latter being named in honor of
this noble woman) have suffered the
m m w m. m

loss oi an nonorea ana emcieni oi oi-ficer
ficer oi-ficer and most beloved member.
Resolved, That while we are In Indeed
deed Indeed bereaved, our lives are made
better by fragrant memories of her
manj; loving and benevolent deeds.
Members whom she was befriended,
encouraged, helped and served, bless
her name, and give thanks that
such a life has been lived in our
midst, and her name and memory
will ever be remembered and loved
by this organization, which she so
ably promoted.
Resolved, That a copy of these
resolutions be sent to the family,
with whom we most deeply sympa sympathize,
thize, sympathize, and pray that they may have
fiat "nearo wTiloh Tiasspth all under-

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Standing, auu lum &aiu resuiuuuus
be spread upon the minutes of our
organization.
Mrs. L. T. Izlar,
Mrs. E. M. Howard,
Committee Dickison Chapter, United
Daughters of the Confederacy.

GOING AWAY THIS SUMMER ?
If so, Insure your baggage against
loss by fire, theft or wreck in hotels
or steamers, on trains, docks, plat platforms
forms platforms or wagons. Rates extremely
low. E. M. Osborn, Holder. Build Building.
ing. Building. 5-19-tf

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The Mexicans in the vicinity of
Vera Cruz are not in the least likely
rto make an attack on the Americans
who hold that city. They know that
their great and good friend, Mr.
Bryan, would be too far away to
.save them from gringo wrath.

Purloining and perverting the re re-!mark
!mark re-!mark made by a noted Irishman
many years ago, we don't believe
half- the lies told about Huerta are

.true. But less than half are more
than enough to damn him from a
social as well as a religious standpoint.

The people of St.. Petersburg are

considerably wrought up over the
murder of W. M. Boone in that city
last week, and have offered a re reward
ward reward for the apprehension of the
murderer. The 'St. Petersburg

Times say a:
"Boone was murdered in a horri horrible
ble horrible fashion. He was shot two or
three times, there being three bullet

holes in. his head, his throat was cut
and his left wrist slashed. His body
was put into the lake and was found

two or three days after the crime
was committed. By that time the
trails were cold and the murderer,
if seeking an opportunity, had ample
time to put many miles between him
and this city."

SHOE
You will find the New
stores to show you the

Styles here. This is one of the few
Extreme Styles for Ladies.

IF

YOU OBJECT

TO YOUR ASSESSMENT

According to the Nat. Bryan law,
-.a candidate must not print any
-extra severe statement against any
mother candidate between now, and
the primary. He may say what he
bloomin' pleases on the stump, how how-.ever,
.ever, how-.ever, subject to the same old law of
having his head punched unless he
Is trigger than his opponent.

These low-necked dresses are pret pretty
ty pretty and comfortable in warm weather,
hot the wearers thereof should take
counsel of their friends before go going
ing going forth so arrayed. A young lady
-wlth a large and juicy boil on her
shoulder blade does not awaken
either admiration or sympathy from
the beholders as she walks along the
street.

Maurice Costello, the handsome

moving picture man, who has stir stirred
red stirred the hearts of uncounted roman

tic damsels by his good looks and

conrteous stunts on the screen, has
2een up in police court for beating

bis wife. .The wife of Crane Wilbur,
another popular actor, is suing him

The city council will meet next

Friday evening, to consider objec-

jections to its recent assessment.

If you consider that the assess

ment of your property is unjust, that

is the time to make protest. And be
sure to put your protest and reasons

in writing.

AT ST. PHILIPS CHURCH

Next Thursday, May 21st, will bej
the feast of our Lord's ascension. It!

is a day of obligation as on Sunday.
Divine services will be held at 7 a.
m. Holy communion at 10 a. m.
Mass and instruction for the occas

ion and at 5 u. m. May prayers. All

sincere Christians are invited.

K. OF P. MEMORIAL SERVICE

Colonial Pumps
Like Illustration in Pat., Kid,
Colt., Dull Kid and Satin.
Widths A to D. Sizes lto 7
Price $3 t0 $5

Rubber and Juniper
Sole Oxfords
EnKlUh Lasts
White Nu-Buck, Canvas. Tan.

Calf and Gun Metal. Spring or Slight Heel. A practical walking
Shoe. Widths B to E, Sizes 1 to 7 o d0 P d A
Prices 3Z $O.OU Jt4

White Pumps

Nu-Buck, Linen and Canvas, Coloni Colonials,
als, Colonials, Button Oxford and Strap Pumps.
Spanish, Military and Low Heels.

All sizes and all
widths. Prices

$1.75, $3

Childrens White Shoes
A CHIL WELL DIZESSED

-Must have V hite Shoes. New

NfeU 1 line Just arrived in Canvas and
3S Nu-Buck.
Infants sizes from 2 to 6 fcl and l Ef
Prices S 1 J1 .OU
Childrens sizes from 6 to S $ 50 $2
Childrens sizes from to 11 75 $2
Mises sizes from 11 to 2 $2 $2 50

The Kj of P. will hold their an

nual memorial service Sunday after

noon, June 7. After services at
Castle Hall, graves of departed

knights will be decorated with flow

ers.

Childrens Play Oxfords
1 Tan, Russett and Gun Metal, Guar-
an teed Soles.
feX Childrens sizes and l C.f
X 6 to 8 Prices 1 3!.OU
Childrens sizes from 8 to 11
x) .25 and $1 .50

Misses sizes 11 to 2- 50 $2
Misses sizes from 2 to 6 31TEf and O ff

Prices

Baby Polls

Childrens sizes from 6

and white Prices., r...

Childrens sizes fiom 8

Black and white Price.

Mises sizes from 1 to 2.

and white Prices

Womens sizes from 2 to 7

and white Prices

We have them from Infants
sizes to little women's sizes in PaL,
Gun., anl Canvas.
Infants sizes from 2 to 1. Black and

white
Price

to S. Black dt and

to 11.

Black

Black

$1

1 ana $1.50

$1.25 $2
$1.50, $2.50
..$1.75 and $3

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KoaaK. ueng s urug oiores,

agents. 5-16-tf

Sole Agents for the WICHERT and QUEEN QUALITY Shoes
FOR LADIES
Shoes in all leathers for Men. Bannister $6, Howard & Foster $4



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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.
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ODi) FELLOWS

1 Tuluia Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets even
j Tuesday evening f : 7:30 o'clock ( In
jYonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Via
iitors in the city invited to be with us

of he' i H. D. Stokes, X. G.

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BROUGHT
OF THE

One of the Star's corres ;cndents,
who prefers thai her name not be
known, sends us the following story. and unconsciously, with woman's
which tells truthfully and powerful- intuition, seen the coming of a great
ly of the strong hold the work and man, and as she passed out of life
words of Congressman Claade L'-'saiit "Mother, name him Claude
Engle has taken upon the hearts T
. . . L Engle. and with tears streaming
and minds of the plain people of ;
Florida, for whom he has battled down her face' thU noble woman
the last dozen years without fear toId how she was going to raise this
and without reproach: I boy. How she was going to raise

him to manhood to fulfill all of his
mother's fondest expectations, and

A little more than one year ago, j to be a man worthy to wear the
on a blustery day in March, an old, name of him. for whom he had been
wrinkled couple of Florida Crackers, 1 named Claude L'Engle.
with a baby in arms, drove up toi Here was foodfor thought,
my father's store, hitched and came What caused this worthy mother,
in. wife of a farmer, obscure, unknown,
They had traveled far, ani were out of the way, to place this man
tired and dusty, and were strangers Claude L'Engle, whom she had

Little Xamoake of L'Engle

to this- town.

. never seen, as her ideal?

They traded very leisurely, part What is causing this

poor old
seen this

of the time mv father waitei on couple, who have never

them, and from time to time it fell rnan Claude L'Engle, to take it upon
to my lot to wait upon the woman, their poor old .care-worn shoulders
and noticing their age, and the great to raise this boy to be fit to wear
big bouncing baby boy, with won- this man Claude L'Engle's name?
dering eyes, it caused me to ponder And as I looked at his clean, sober
if the child was theirs. face and sparkling, fearless eyes
During a lull in the trading, my that bespoke an air of confidence
father asked them if the child was that showed no fear of strangers, I
theirs, to which the woman, who could really believe that some day,
was sitting on a box of meat, cod- the fire of ambition will seize hold
dling the baby, replied that it was of this mortal frame, and there will
their grandchild. Another inquiry be a future for him.
brought forth the answer that the ; The circumstances were peculiar
child's name was Claude L'Engle, ; and impressed me, and as the old
which caused me to prjck up my couple was ready to leave I asked
ears, for I was born and raised with-j them to come again, and for the
in two blocks of this man Claude past year, little Claude has visited
LEngle, and his name has been fa- j me from time to time, and when he
miliar to me since my childhood ( was seventeen months of age, he
days, but the matter was dropped visited me again, and I placed him
without further comment. j on the scales and found there was
An hour later my mother entered j just thirty pounds of human anato anato-the
the anato-the store, and catching sight of the j my hidden away under his spotlessly
baby exclaimed, "Oh, my; what a big j clean little dress, and I wondered if
bouncing baby!" and had him in her j his poor mother's dreams would
arms in a minute, for he certainly ever come true.
was a beauty, and he a cooing and a J And I wondered again if this com com-laughing,
laughing, com-laughing, and she a loving and ing man Claude L'Engle, would
mothering him, it was a sight to J measure up to the high pedestal on
move anyone with a speck of the j which this child of nature has plac plac-divine
divine plac-divine spark in them. ed him, and it makes me feel that

A Picture to Remember
My mother loves babies, and she
ought to, for she has raised a whole
raft of us kiddies, and the old wo woman
man woman with eager eyes a straining,
watched them as they played.
When my mother asked, "My
good woman, is this your child?"
and I sitting there on the counter,
in an old country store, the grand grandmother,
mother, grandmother, old and wrinkled, sitting on
a box of meat, my mother with the
baby in her arms, the grandfather,
sturdy, with a cute twinkle in his
eye, it framed a picture in my mind
that will remain as long as life lasts,
and as I listened, between sobs and
tears, and heard one of nature's own
noble women tell of high resolves
and self-sacrifice. I thought my
heart strings would break, and as I
listened between convulsions that
shook her frame, I gathered that the
boy was born in September, 1912:
was the youngest of seven children,
the oldest being ten.
The mother, this aged couple's
only child married a strong, sturdy
man, who worked in a lumber camp,
and ran his little farm. From the
birth of this child the mother never
recovered, and as the year drew
near to its close, her scul passed
away to where sorrow i unknown,
and the body is at rest, and during
her lingering sickness her whole
soul was poured out to this child,
and as she would dote on it and love
it, she would exclaim. "Mother,
name him Claude L'Engle." and as
her soul was leaving the valley of
tears, almost her last words were.
"Mother, name him Claude L'Engle,
for you know how anxious I was
for him to win." And he won.
And I remembered as though it
were yesterday, the day of the fune funeral
ral funeral as the cortege wended its way
to the cemetery, thru a driving, piti pitiless
less pitiless rain, as the tears of the mourn mourners
ers mourners mingled and fell with the tears
from heaven. I thought, how sad,
and the fact dawned on my mind
as I listened to her story that this
was the child of the poor mother I
had seen on her last journey months
before, and I listened as never be before.
fore. before. And as the old grandmother
sat there with clenched hands, and
with eloquence which was born of
nature, told of her daughter's
ambition, how she had read of
Claude L'Engle. how she had eager eagerly
ly eagerly followed his fight for the people,
how she had studied his utterances.

God works in a mysterious way, and
just so sure as there is an almighty,
unseen being, just so sure will he
guide and direct the destinies of this
motherless boy, to the glorious fu future
ture future that his sainted mother willed
him with her last breath.
In a clearing, in the midst of the
piny woods, near to the banks of
one of Florida's most famous rivers,

and miles from any town or city,

lives little Claude L'Engle, breath

ing the strong pure air, surrounded
by his little brothers and sisters,
and protected by the strong will and
fostering care of his grandparents.
There is another watchful eye
keping guard over the destinies of
this child of nature.
I am watching with jealous eye to
see and study what effect the heart
felt prayers and outpouring of the
soul of a faithful mother, uttered
with her last breath, will have on
the future of a motherless babe.

New Irish Potatoes New String Beans
Fresh Apples Oranges
Bananas
Marion County Fresh Smoked Hams
Marion'County Fresh Smoked Sides
Brick City Coffee, 40c.
First Product Coffee, 30 cents
Fresh Roasted anJ Ground in Oar Own Machine Every Day.
Sliced Breakfast Bacon Dried Sliced Beef
Sliced Boiled Ham, for Lunches
Eggs, Fresh from the Country, always in stock
New Salt Mackerel

Grape Juice
Olive Oil

Ginger Ale

SaladJDressing

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sprains and like ailments. It is a
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quainted acquainted with its splendid qualities.
Mrs. Charles Tanner. Wabash, Ind.,
says of it. "I have found Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Liniment the best thing for
lame back a::d sprains I have ever
used. It works like a charm and re relieves
lieves relieves pain and soreness. It has been
used by others of my fr.niily as well
as myself for upwards of twenty
years." 23 and 30 cent bottles. For
sale by all dealers. Adv.

lilDS WANTED

Notice is hereby given that the
board of public instruction, at its
meeting on Monday, June 1, 1914,
will receive and open bids for the

erection of a school house at the Fel

lowship school, according to plans
and specifications on file at the office
of the superintendent of public in instruction
struction instruction in the court house at Ocala,
Florida.
Bids will be received for a general
contract covering the furnishing all
the supplies and labor for completing
the building or for the work of erect erecting
ing erecting the house only.
The board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids. Communica Communications
tions Communications should be addressed to
J. H. Brinson, Secretary,
mon-wed-fri Ocala. Fla.

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'a good man does not always mean a good title'
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JHE. CICALA ETEXCIG STAR. TTEDYESDAT. MAT 20. 1911

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

(If you have any items for this
Metfiodist
idies KntertainetKat a
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Musicale
rom 4 to 6 o'clock Tuesday aft-
jrnoon me aoors &i tne .Metnodisi
parsonage were thrown open wide,
Mrs. J. M. Gross entertaining the la ladies
dies ladies of the churca and their friends
at a musicale in compliment to her
trio of charming slaughters, Mrs. W.
13. Tyer of Fortworth, Texas, who
will be the gues of her parents fot
several weeks, and Misses Mamie
and Sarah Gross, members of the
college contingent, home for thei
sujrnmer vacation.
TherotTrrTsrrf"'th"e lower floor of
the home lent themselves admirably
to charming decorations of roses,
fern, potted plants, magnolia blos blossoms
soms blossoms and other fragrant flowers of
the season, which were artistically
-arranged.
As the guests arrived they were
met at the front steps by Mrs. A. T.
Thomas, who directed them fco the
punch bowl on the east veranda to
enjoy refreshing iced cold fruit ade
served by Mrs. L. F. Blalock assist assisted
ed assisted by Misses Martha Kate Rentz and
Ruth Ervin.
Mrs. Richard McConathy introduc introduced
ed introduced the many callers to Mrs. Gross,
Mrs. Tyer and Misses Gross, who re re-,
, re-, ceived informally in the reception
hall. Mrs. Gross is a most charm charming
ing charming woman and a particularly de delightful
lightful delightful conversationalist. She is
affable and gracious and all who
have met her have become warm ad
mirers. For her "at home" she
wore white with lace trimmings and
a girdle of lavendar. Mrs. Tyer and
Miss Gross are decided brunets, very
attractive and looked lovely in white
embroidered crepe costumes, the for former
mer former wearing a girdle of pink messa messa-Jine
Jine messa-Jine ribbon and the latter blue, the
colors adding grace to the youthful
wearers. Miss Sarah Gross wore a
pretty and girlish costume of flower flower-.
. flower-. ed crepe with a girdle of old rose.
For the entertainment of her
. guests Mrs. Gross arranged a very
. charming musical program, which
was so beautifully rendered by hers
daughters that the afternoon proved)
to be one of genuine pleasure to al
present.
The opening number, March Gro
tesque, by Sinding, was given by
.Mrs. Tvpr. who nlavs with th Tnnst
.perfect ease and with great expres-
was Chopin's Fantasia Impromptu.
The 'first group of numbers given by
;Miss Sarah Gross included the songs,
-Bowl of Roses by Slarke, and Flor Flor-lan
lan Flor-lan Song by Godard. Miss Gross is
ricn in tne possession of the girt so
enunciation. Every ?word ,was, dis dis-.iinctly
.iinctly dis-.iinctly heard and her voice is re remarkably
markably remarkably sweet and has depth. She
also sang De Hardelot's Three Green
Bonnets. Miss Mamie Gross as a
Diariirft nossessps wonderful tech
nique. She delighted her hearers by
vwith brilliancy Rubenstien's Kam Kam-"
" Kam-" menoi Ostrow and Wienawski's Con Concert
cert Concert Waltz. ) In three readings, two
of which were encores, Miss Gross
:revealed her clever dramatic talent,
which with her gift of play and per personal
sonal personal charm, makes her one of the
roust talented young women in the
-city.
A. fitting climax for so thoroughly
an enjoyable occasion was the ren rendering
dering rendering of Weber's Invitation a la
Valse Jtiy Mrs. Tyer and Misses Gross
.on the piano.
At the conclusion of the program
a delightful ice course was served by
Misses Eunice Ellis, Martha Kate
Rentz, Susie and Ruth Ervin and
.Marie Burnett, and others assisting
during the afternoon were Mrs. W.
K. Zewadski, Mrs. T. E. Bridges and
-Mrs. W. W. Clyatt.
Mrs. Gross and Misses Gross are
a charming acquisition to the social,
literary and musical life of the city
and their first "at home" will take
a foremost place in the list of the
season's most delightful social af affairs.
fairs. affairs. Miss Sidney Perry, one of the
bright eighth grade pupils of the
Ocala high school, has been quite
sick the past two days. Her friends
tope to see her at school again soon.
.Mrs. Louise Hertel, who has spent
the past winter with her daughter.
Mrs. J. H. Brinson, left yesterday
for her home at Cleveland, Ohio
Mrs. S. P. Anthony, who has been
quite sick, is well again, and presid
ed at the meeting of the Pythian
Sisters Tuesday evening.
Mrs. S. H. Flippen of Watertown,
"Xenn.., who has been the guest of
Ikjt son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. C.F. Flippen for the past

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two weeks, left last night for a visit
to another son in Ashburn, Ga., be before
fore before returning home. She was ac accompanied
companied accompanied to St. Augustine and
Jacksonville by Mrs. C. F. Flippen.
MirTolge Coi7pli merited.
I .t her home on South Second
itreet, Mrs. C. B. Ayer was hostess
this mourning to a -4if-htTn1 thimble
part in-honor of Mrs. Richard Dodge
pf Cape Charles, Va., who is enjoy-
inS a tfsit to her parents;Dr and.
Mrs. W. V. Xewsom. Mrs. Ayer
and 3TrsTtt4gaJiere-hride3 of last
June and their beautiful weddings,
occurring on the same day, were the
principal topics of conversation,
while dainty bits of fancy work were
being done, for the invitation list
included the young ladies who com composed
posed composed the bridal parties and very
special friends.
Mrs. Ayer had her home very at attractively
tractively attractively decorated, spring flowers
being used in profusion. She wel
comed her guests wearing a pretty
white lingerie costume, hand-embroidered
in pink. Mrs. Dodge look looked
ed looked lovely in shadow lace with yellow
trmmings and a hat of tan straw,
adorned with flowers.
At noon a buffet lunch of salad,
sandwiches, wafers and ice tea was
daintily served.
Spending the morning pleasantly
with Mrs. Ayer and Mrs. Dodge were
Misses Mary Burford, Helen Bash Bash-insky,
insky, Bash-insky, Annie Davis, Adele Bittinger,
Alice Bullock, Hester Dewey, Ellen
Clarkson, Clara Johnson, Hope Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, Josephine Williams, Fanny
and Rosbud Robinson, Kathleen
Jackson, Minnie Stovall, Dorothy
Schrieber, Mary McDowell, Ruby
Gissendaner, Meta Jewett, Margaret
Porter, Mrs. A. E. Gerig ,Mrs. L. P.
Wilson, Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, Mrs.
J. B. Horrell, Mrs. Mary Dodge
Maddox, Mrs. H. A. Waterman, Mrs.
C. R. Kreger.
Informal Sewing Party
nrt.fv pvpnf of vvst.frrla v wa
the cTStJfTmrl tfiTikble party given
by Miss Mary Buffcord compliment complimenting
ing complimenting Mrs. Richard -Dodge of Cape
Charles, Va.
The guests included less than a
dozen special friends whose assembl assembling
ing assembling was the occasion of a morning
being spent informally and pleasant pleasantly.
ly. pleasantly. At noon a dainty lunch of chick chicken
en chicken a la king, sandwiches, ice tea
and wafers was served.
Little Virginia Burford in a pretty
party frock, with pink ribbons, as assisted
sisted assisted her aunt during the morning-,
and those present were Mrs. Dodger
Mrs. R. A. Burford, Miss Helen
Bashinskj', of Troy, Ala., Minnie
Stovall, Mrs. J. H. Taylor, Mrs. E. L.
Scott, Mrs. James Taylor, Mrs. L. A-
Shepherd and Mrs. C. B. Ayer.
Pythian Sisters
The Pythian Sisters held a well
attended and profitable meeting last
evening. After the business session
was over, refreshments of cream and
cake, home-made, were served, and
much enjoyed. The temple will have
several important affairs to attend
to at the next meeting, next Tuesday
night, and a full attendance is de desired.
sired. desired. The members of the temple
will share with Ocala Lodge No. 19,
K. of P., in the duty of rendering
tribute Sunday, June 7, to the Py-
thian dead.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Mar Marcus
cus Marcus Frank sympathize with them in
the sickness of their bright little
daughters, both of whom are af
flicted with whooping cough.
Miss M. 'Emma Washburn has
gone to -Holder to nurse a lady who
was operated on yesterday for ap
pendicitis.
At the last meeting of the Federa Federation
tion Federation of Mother's clubs in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, officers were elected, and Mrs.
W. A. Redding, well known in this
city, was made treasurer.
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Dr. W. H. Dodge has returned
from Jacksonville, where on Monday
he officiated at the Beckley-Brow-ard
nuptials.
Misses Ruth Nix, of Williston, and
Marie Cole, of Titusville, are guests
of Mrs. E. J. Xix.
Mrs. G. C. McClure expects to sail
Zrom Jacksonville on the Clyde liner
Mohawk next week for New York.
From there she will go to her old
home on Saranac Lake, X. Y., for a
short visit with her parents and
friends. This will be her first visit
at her former home since she came
to Ocala nearly four years ago to
enter the Marion County Hospital as
Miss McCormick, where she finished

her course and became a full-fledged
nurse. She has recently been able
to add R. X. to her name. When
she returns to Ocala they will begin
housekeeping. Mr. McClure will ac accompany
company accompany her as far as Jacksonville.
Mrs. IlobinMn Hostess at Auction
Mrs. Emmett Robinson entertain entertained
ed entertained charmingly this afternoon at auc auction
tion auction at her attractive home on Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue. Six tables were ar arranged
ranged arranged in the parlor and library for
the players and during the interest interesting
ing interesting games, almonds and mints were
enjoyed.
When final scores were compared
the player holding highest was
awarded a cut glass bon-bon dish
and the lowest, an exquisitely hand hand-embroidered
embroidered hand-embroidered centerpiece, the work
of the hostess.
After the games the card tables
were laid with dainty cloths and the
following menu served: Potato salad,
pickled shrimp, perminto and cream
cheese and nut sandwiches, stuffed
olives and saltines.
In entertaining and serving, Mrs.
Robinson was assisted by her sister-in-law,
Miss Rosebud Robinson.
The guests were: Mrs. M. Fishel,
Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs. James Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. E. L.
Scott, Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs. L.
R. Crazal, Mrs. R. A. Burford, Jr.,
Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, Mrs. Harvey
Clark, Mrs. W. H. Harrison, Mrs. E.
G. Peek, Mrs. Gentilli, Mrs. Young,

Mrs. M. E. Robinson, Misses Mary
McDowell, Dorothy Schreiber, Mary
Burford, Helen Bashinsky, Marie
von Engelken, P'dith Williams, Doris
Murray, Adele Bittinger and Fannj Fannj-Robinson.
Robinson. Fannj-Robinson. Mrs. ILishiiisky President cf the
Alabama U. 1. C.
The Tuscaloosa Times-Gazette has
the following items, which have a
three-fold interest in this city. Mrs.
Bashinsky is the gifted sister of Mrs.
R. A. Burford. Her lovely daughter.
Miss Helen Bashinsky, is the admir admired
ed admired guest of her uncle, and the items
are from the pen of Mrs. W. A. Col Collier,
lier, Collier, formerly of this city:
"Mrs. L. M. Bashinsky was re reelected
elected reelected president of the Alabama
division United Daughters of the
Confederacy without opposition, and
this tribute was received with an
overwhelming ovation and the en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm prevailing for a full ten
minutes which was most gratifying
to the greatly beloved and very dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished Southern ; woman, who
has so splendidly headed the Ala Alabama
bama Alabama division for the past year and
in recognition of Mrs. Bashinsky's
superb service her nomination was
voted on by acclamation."
"Mrs. Bashinsky delivered in: a
forceful, womanly manner her mag magnificent
nificent magnificent annual report" which fairly
teemed with progress. The pres presence
ence presence of this charming woman:, is
most pleasing and 6he 'at once com commands
mands commands the attention of her audience audience-Possessing
Possessing audience-Possessing an excellent voice, Mrs.
Bashinsky is most fortunate and her
report proved a gem from a literary
standpoint in addition to the vast
deal of valuable work accomplished'
during the year just ended under
the leadership of this celebrated
Alabamian.
"Thru committees Mrs. Bashinsky
has worked largely during her re regime,
gime, regime, all chapters, as she deemed
wise, having active part in the work;
larger pledges made have all been
met and greater interest manifested.
Mrs. Bashinsky lauded the ambition
and accomplishments of Alabamians,
whether they be men or women, and
a sacred tribute to the heroes who
wore the gray was a climax to this
annual report. An effort to stimu stimulate
late stimulate the study of Southern history
was made by Mrs. Bartiinsky and
suitable prizes were announced
which will be awarded for various
papers on historical subjects by the
children and young people of Ala Alabama."
bama." Alabama." Inherited the Art
The many friends of Mrs. W. A.
Collier, of Tuscaloosa, Ala., who be before
fore before her marriage was the charming
Miss Mattie Mae Porter of this city,
will be interested In the following,
taken from the Tuscaloosa Times Times-Gazette.
Gazette. Times-Gazette. Mrs. Collier is naturally a
gifted writer, having inherited the
taient from her brilliant father, the
late J. C. Porter and mother Mrs.
E. Van Hood, and the compliment
paid by the Daughters is most de deserving:
serving: deserving:
"The following notice handed to
the Times-Gazette by a Daughter, is
published with gratification. The
Times-Gazette desires publicly to ex express
press express its appreciation of the entirely
admirable manner in which Mrs.
Collier handled the arduous duties
imposed upon her by the convention.
" 'At the closing session of the U.
D. C. convention on Friday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, resolutions of thanks were
presented expressing great apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation of all courtesies extended the
Daughters as the guests of the host hostess
ess hostess chapter. Especial mention was

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made of Mrs. W. A. Collier, whose
efficient work was the subjcet of
pleasant comment thruout the con convention.
vention. convention. It was justly fitting that
Mrs. Collier should have had espec especial
ial especial praise, for she was untiring in
her efforts during long and strenu strenuous
ous strenuous hours. It is unnecessary to re review
view review in detail the most efficient work
of this capable writer, but her cour courteous
teous courteous consideration of the entire
convention was gratefully appreci appreciated,,
ated,, appreciated,, and the hostess chapter is
much gratified that at their conven convention
tion convention the sessions were so accurately
and attractively reported
W. C. T: r Mothers Meeting
The Mothers' meeting for May
will not be held on Thursday of this
week as usual, hut will be held in
connection with the regular meeting
on Tuesday afternoon. May 26, at
the Methodist church.
The program for this meeting is
one of unusual interest.
A cordial invitation is exteneded
to mothers, fathers and friends.
Mrs. W. T. Gary, Supt.
Miss Nellie Stevens, Assist.
Mr. Curtis Crom returned to
Gainesville today after enjoying a
visit of several days at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk.
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins left this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon for Micanopy to visit Mrs.
Montgomery for a few days.
Mrs. Mary Wooten and Miss Xan
Smith, after a pleasant sojourn at
the home of their cousins, Dr. and
Mrs. W. K. Lane, left this afternoon
for Tallahassee 'to visit en route to
their home in Kingston, X. C.
TYPEWRITER FOR SALE
A Remington typewriter, Xo. 10:
visible writing, in perfect condition
in every respect. Apply at b.r of office.
fice. office. 4-2S-tf
SUGAR HAMMOCK LAXDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
MARION-DUXX MASOMC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge Xo. 19, F. A
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each moith at
7:30 o'clock, until farther notice.
Baxter Cam, W. M.
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OCAXA CHURCH DIRECTORY
PRE9BYTERIAX Comer of Ft
King avenue and Watula street; pas pastor
tor pastor W. H. Dodge; residence 309 Ft.
King avenue; phone 233i Sunday
services: Sanday school 9:30 a.m.;
superintendent W. H. Dodge;- morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Mis Mission
sion Mission Society 3 p. m.; evening sermon
7:15 o'clock. Midweek prayer meet meeting
ing meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30.'
CATHOLIC Xorth Magnolia St;
priest, D. Bottolacio; residence 327
Xorth Orange street; Sunday ser services:
vices: services: High, mass 10 a. m: 'vespers
o p. m ; Sunday school 3 to f p. m.; ;
.rommunioa services second Sundays
6:30 a. m.;"also regular service.
EPISCOPAL Corner S. Broadway
and Watula streets; rector, Revi'Jas.
G. Glass r residence 311 S. Broadway;
phone 415. Sunday services: Holy
communion 7:30 a., m. &nday
school, 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer,
litany and sermon 11 a. m.; evening
prayer 7:30 p. m.; choir pfactice
7:30 p. m. Friday; meetings of ''ves ''vestry
try ''vestry and societies at hours appointed.
METHODIST Cornet yprklng
avenue and South Main street; pas pastor
tor pastor J. M. Gross; residence 4vrf Fort
King avenue; phone 157; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.,
superintendent L. X. Green; morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League 4 p. m.; Senior Ep Ep-wortb
wortb Ep-wortb League 3 p. m.; Senior Ep Ep-wortb
wortb Ep-wortb League, 4 p. m.; "evening
sermon 7:30 o'clock. Midweek prayer
meeting Wednesday evening 7:30.
Choir practice Friday evening at the
church. ;
BAPTIST Corner Xorth Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia and Xorth Second streets; pastor
Bunyan Stephens; residence 520 Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue; phone 314; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. ni.
superintendent W. T. Gary; morning
sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Baptist
Young People's Union 4 p. m.;Sen-
for Baptist Young People's Union
6:43 p. m.; evening sermon 7:30 p.
J m. M'dweek prayer meeting Wed
nesday evening 7:30 o'clock o'clock-Church
Church o'clock-Church of Christ
East Broadway, next to City Hall.
Roy B. Bowers, minister. Residence
70S Lime street. Office and study
at the church, entrance to the rear.
Hours: S to 12 a. m.f (except Mon Mondays)
days) Mondays) and 2 to 5 p. m. Wednesdays
and Saturdays. "At Home" to the
congregation and others Mondays, 7
to 10 p. m.
Services Sunday: Sunday school i
10 a. m. Preaching and commaaioa,

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Christian Endeavor Society 6:45 p.
m. Preaching 8 p. m. Wednesday,
7:30 p. m. training class, conference
and prayer. Business meetings the
last Tuesday of each month. All
ai iree, ana everyDOdy welcome.
COAST LINE SCHEDULE
Jacksonville and St. Petersburg
Xo 9 Leave Jacksonville 4 p. m.;
a. f tft-jtv- .
amve vcaia :u; arrive St. Peters Peters-burs
burs Peters-burs 3 a. m.
Xo. 10 Leave St. Petersburg 11
p, m.r arrive Ocala 6:05; arrive
Jacksonville, 10:55.
Xo. 39 Leaves Jacksonville 'at
9:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala at 2:40 p.
m.; arrives St. Petersburg at 9:10.
Xo. 40 Leaves St. Petersburg at
6:Z9 a. m.; arrives Ocala 12:54 p.
m; leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. m.
m.Jt T 1 1 a
MUB IUJU UUCUUU
ao. so leaves ocala 6:40 a. m.;
arrives Lakeland 11:05 a. m.
Xo. 32 Leaves Lakeland 5:48 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 9:50 p. m.
Ocala and Homosassa
Xo. 49 Leave Ocala, 8:20 a. m.;
arrive Homosassa, 1 p. m.
Xo. 47 Leave Ocala, 2:20; arrive
Homosassa, 5:20.
Xo. 44 Leave Homosassa,' 10 a.
m.; arrive Ocala, 12:50 p. m.
m.; arrive Ocala, 6 p. m.
I7ealttii of Hair
Parisian Sage 3Iakes Thin Lifeless
Hair Soft and Abundant
Beautiful hair, thick, soft, fluffy,
lustrous, and free from dandruff, is.
one of woman's greatest charms, jt
so many hare streaked, thin and 11
less hair and think there is no
dy. Pretty hair Is largely a
of care.
Frequent applications of
Sage well rubbed into the
that Is needed it acts lik
Try it tonight you will
surprised with the result-.
will the hair become soft.
ant with life and really
tiful, but all dandruff
falling hair and itching.
your head feels fine.
All druggists sell
Parisian Sage for fil
from Gerig's Drug
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Capital - $50,000.00
Surplus and Profits $41,500.00

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GEO. J. BUTCH, President

LOCAL LEGISTATIOII

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the city's equipping and maintaining
. an auxiliary plant will not be neces-
! sary and the city plant can be sold.
. Besides the money we spend for la-
! bor and fuel in manufacturing the
' current will greatly benefit the
Ocala merchants.
! Hoping that we can get together

1. That I will purchase the plant
from the city at its physical value.

2. I will install within a reasona- on the terms of the contract, we are,
Kla timo fho nocco t-i.- mninafr nf TOUTS TeSpeCtf Ull,

ample capacity to furnish all current j
required. i

3. I will agree to furnish current
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Ocala Manufacturing Co.,
John H. Taylor.

! ine report or toward urase, city

engineer, on damage claimed by the
trustees of St. James colored church

rates made by the council Dec. 16, on Magnolia street, stated that at

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. H. McRAIXEY,
Vice Presidot.
E. McIVER,
Vice President.

U. C. STILES, Jr.,
Cashier.
V. V. WHEELER,
Assistant Cashier.

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15. C. WEBB, Chairman t the Board.

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Special Department for Savings.

19 1C, namely 6c. for lighting, grad graduated
uated graduated to Cc. for power.
4. The council to give me a fran franchise
chise franchise for 25 years. For this fran franchise
chise franchise I agree to pay the city after
the first five years, the sum of $2,000
per year.
5. I further agree that after the
expiration of 15 years, should the
city desire to purchase the plant, I
will sell at a price placed on it by
three competent engineers; one to be
selected by the city, one by myself
and the other by these two.
This seems to be decidedly the
best for the city, as by running the
plant a number of men will be em employed
ployed employed at the plant and about $8,000

i worth of wood will be consumed,

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.offered in favor of the electric light
X! plant being maintained and kept in
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ii I hope the council will give

this

-I-JmK-:. j proposition due consideration.

. j Respectfully submitted.
J. M. Meffert.
j Ocala, Fla., May IS, 1914.
m:-:-X j Communication from Mr. Camp
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; from Mr. R. C. Camp, president of
a, the Florida Power Co., was read and
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Gentlemen: We have examined

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WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT FOR YOUR CHILDREN

YOURSELF. s.--
AND ALWAYS REMEMBER, THAT WE ARE THE PEOPLE
FOR YOUR HARDWARE.

! the specifications

: submitted to us, and must decline to
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li your ngni ana waier couiuuuee
will amend the specifications, we
shall be pleased to make you a prop proposition.
osition. proposition. For your information will

jVsay that we intended making a price
'of 2c. per K. W. hour for current
X! delivered at the switchboard of your

power piant. iuuis liui,
The Florida Power Co.,
R. C. Camp, President.

Proposition of the Ocala Manufac Manufacturing
turing Manufacturing Company
The following communication
from the Ocala Manufacturing Co.
.was read and on motion of Mr. Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, referred to the light and wa water
ter water committee. Mr. Robinson. stated
that the committee was, seeking for
information from every source on

i the power question of the city.

MARION

OCALA,

HARDWARE CO.
Phone 118,
FLORIDA

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Miles.

I hare on hand at all times
at the barns and lot on West
Exposition St., (Broadway) a
big drove of first class horses
and mules for you to make
your selections from. Every
head of this stock has been
selected by me personally in
the markets. I will guarantee
to give you as good stock at
as low price as can be had in
the state. Every animal is
warranted to be as represented.

EL J,
Phone 356

OCALA, FLORIDA

Ocala, Fla., May 19, 1914.
To. the Honorable Light and Water
Committee of the City Council
of the City of Ocala.
Dear Sirs: In your specifications
asking for bids for current to be
supplied to the city, your conditions
are too uncertain and do not specify
all conditions that are necessary.
The term of contract is too short
for the city to get a low figure
on current, considering the outlay
necessary in order to supply It.
The time allowed to get ready to
furnish the current is very short,
unless the city council allow the suc successful
cessful successful bidder to operate the city
plant until plant or lines are con constructed.
structed. constructed. You do not state what your max maximum
imum maximum peak load will be.
If you are only after ascertaining
what current can be purchased for,
we beg to make 3ou the following
price, delivered at switchboard in
the city of Ocala:
We will, under proper conditions
to protect our own and the city's in interest,
terest, interest, supply you with a minimum
of 35,000 K. W. hours per calendar
month at 2c. per K. W. hour. If the
city will operate the water plant
with electricity, thereby increasing
the load, we will make them a price

of lc. per K. W. hour for all cur current
rent current used in excess of 35,000 K. W.
hours per month. We are of the
opinion that with proper equipment,
economical management and combi combination
nation combination of the light and water plants,
the city can make current for a
good deal less than this figure as we
expect to make a profit in supplying
the city. In event that you decide
to buy current, we feel that it is to
the city's interest that you make a
contract with us, as we are right
here on the ground, which will
greatly eliminate the chances of
damage to lines by storm, etc, also

slight expense the water that ac accumulated
cumulated accumulated on the lot could easily ba
diverted into the big open drain;
that the city had used about ten feet
of the property for some time, but it
was carried on the books and as assessed
sessed assessed as the city's property. The
committee to which the matter was
referred recommended that the claim

be not allowed.
Mr. Tolar of the market commit committee,
tee, committee, reported the roof of the market
still leaked and he had been una unable
ble unable to have it repaired.
Mr. Chambers reported that elev

en sections of fire hose proved to be
defective at the last fire.
Mr. Edwin Spencer, representing
the Ocala Grocery Co., asked that
his clients be rebated $40 personal
taxes paid by it that should have
been collected from Mr. Wing, its
predecessor, from wb.om it purchas purchased
ed purchased the stock. Matter was "referred
to the finance committee.
Under the head of unfinished business,-
election of a marshal was
taken up, and it was decided that
five ballots should be taken If nec necessary
essary necessary when, if no election was ob obtained,
tained, obtained, the matter should go over
till the next regular meeting. This

action was taken after a bout of mo

tions and substitute motions by Mr.

Fausett and Mr. Bennett, that the
election be postponed and that it be

proceeded with. Mr. Bennett's sub

stitute motion carried, and five bal

lots were taken, with the same dead

lock prevailing as at the last ses

sion when 24 ballots were taken

with a tie vote of four to four for

Messrs. Brigance and Carter.
The application of Mr. C. A. Din

kins for the position of city marshal

had been previously read.

Mr. H. M. Hampton was present

and gave the council some informa

tion on the matter of the city water
works bonds remaining unsigned

and unsold. Mr. E. E. Robinson

thereupon drafted the following res

olution, which was introduced by

Mr. Fausett and unanimously adopt
ed on Toll call vote:
Mr. Fausett's Resolution

Whereas, Under and by virtue of
a certain ordinance approved April

8, 1911, bonds to the amount of

$100,000 were authorized to be Is Issued,
sued, Issued, for the purpose of construct constructing
ing constructing and equipping water works for
the city of Ocala, if a majority of
the registered voters of the city
should vote in favor thereof; and.
Whereas, at an election held pur pursuant
suant pursuant to said ordinance, a majority

of the registered voters of the city
of Ocala did vote in favor of the is issuance
suance issuance of bonds to the amount afore aforesaid;
said; aforesaid; and.
Whereas, Only $43,000 of said
bonds have been issued and sold, and
there remains $55,000 unissued;
now, therefore, be it
Resolved, That the remainder of

said bonds so remaining unissued,
to-wit: $55,000 thereof, be issued
and sold by the trustees provided by
law, and the proceeds turned over to
the city treasurer to be used in
equipping the water works plant
heretofore purchased by the city of
Ocala.
Report of the Finance Committee
The report of the finance commit committee
tee committee was read and discussed at
length. The xeport is as follows:
To the Honorable City Council.
Gentlemen: Upon information
furnished by the chairman of the
various committees of the council,
your finance committee has compiled
a statement showing the estimated
receipts and expenses of the city for
the fiscal year 1914-15, copy of
which is attached hereto.
The total estimated ex-

$47,771.00
estimated re-
14,310.00

. LAMPS
We have completed the survey of this
rich tra eft and will soon publish an exact
cut showing the subdivision.
WATCH FOR THE PLAT.
PARTR1DGE-1700DR017 COMPANY,
MERCHANT'S BLOCK.

pense is
The total
ceipts is

Leaving a balance to be
raised by taxation of .. $33,461.00
The attention of the council is
called to the fact that no sinking
fund has been provided for the re-
lirement of the electric light and
water works bonds.
The outstanding issue of these
bonds is as follows:
Electric light bonds; Cs,
due 191S $14,200.00
Water works bonds, os,
due 1933 45,000.00
Your finance committee would
recommend that the light and water
committee pay from their yearly

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WE CAN
"FIX IT"

ALL RIGHT

WE ARE FULLY EQUIPPED TO MATCH ANY LENSES.
BRING YOUR BROKEN GLASSES TO US. OR, IF YOUR PRES PRESENT
ENT PRESENT GLASSES ARE NOT SATISFACTORY, COME TO US AND
LET US TEST YOUR EYES AND FURNISH THE PROPER GLASS GLASSES
ES GLASSES WE ARE EXPERTS IN THIS LINE AND WILL SERVE YOU
HONESTLY IN GOODS AND PRICES J
A. E. BURNETT,
The Reliable Jeweler, Merchants Block, Ocala, Fla.

. ALEXANDER POWELL
Santa Barbara.
California
February tenth

Hiarlea P. Stevenson, esq..
General Manager
National Veneer Products Company
Uish3raka, Indiana
Dear Sir:
I am very glad indeed to reply to your
letter inquiring as to the service given by
the Indestructo trunk I obtained from you
a year ago.
During the past twelve months it has
accompanied me approximately forty thousand
miles It went with me from cne end of
North Africa to the other; I had it with me
in the Balkan war and the Mexican revolution;
it has crossed the American continent from
ocean to ocean five times; it has been intb
the wilds of British Columbia; and I expect
to take it with me on my contemplated trip
to the South Seas
It has been transported on the backs of
horses mules and camels on a fourhorse
stagecoach in an Indian dugout and in an
army wagon, end barring a broken tray
caused by the shaking cf the miniature library
I carry in it it is as ccur.d and very nearly
as fresh looking as when I first packed it.
On ny provious journeys I have used luggage
cade by the most celebrated American, English,
and French manufacturers and I can say quite
truthfully that the Ind33tructo is the only trunk
which ha3 not enly survived a year of the fearfullj
hard usage to which I subject my luggage, but
vrhich still ic to all intents and purposes, as
good as ever.
I haye had my tray repaired without expense
oy your Los Angsle3 agent and am now able to
testify to the worth of the Indestructo guarantee
s well as to the Indestructo construction

Tours very truly

GOLDSTAR!

"Why Pay More?

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, t7EDKH3DAY, MAY 20. 1014

ANNOUNCEMENTS

STATE ATTORNEY

TAX ASSESSOR

James R. 3Ioorhead
To Marion County Voters:
I am a candidate for assessor and

respectfully ask your support in the

coming primary. Sincerely yours,
James R. Moorhead.

COUNTY TREASURER

John M. Graham
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election for the office of coun county
ty county treasurer of Marion county.
Thanking you for your support in
the past, I promise if elected to give
earnest and faithful services to the
duties 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

Geo. 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.
Respectfully
George W. Scofield
Inverness, Florida.

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

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

Ocala, Fla., March 21, 1914..

f

STATE SENATE

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

Glenn Terrell

I hereby announce myself a candi

date for the office of state senator,

twentieth senatorial district of Flor
Ida, comprising the counties of Mar

-on and Sumter, subject to the ac

tion of the democratic primary to be

held June 2nd, 1914. Glenn Terrell
Webster, Fla.

FOR REPRESENTATIVE

W. J. Crosby

To the Democratic Voters of Mar Mar-Ion
Ion Mar-Ion County: I am a candidate for
member of the House of Representa

tives, from our county, in the next
legislature, and subject to your de decision
cision decision at the polls in the democratic

primary June 2nd, 1914.
Very respectfully,
Citra, Fla. W. J. Crosby.

TAX COLLECTOR

W. L. Colbert

To the Democratic Voters of Mar

ion County: I hereby announce my myself
self myself a candidate for re-nomination
for the office of tax collector of Mar Mar-Ion
Ion Mar-Ion county.

I thank the voters of Marion coun

ty for their hearts support in the

past, and say, won't you vote for me

again? I will do the best I can to
serve you courteously and efficiently
if re-elected. Yours very truly,
3-20-tf wky. W. L. Colbert.

TAX COLLECTOR

H

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
primary. Yours very truly,
J. W. Coulter.

J. F. Parker
To 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 said office
to the very best interests of the en entire
tire entire county, regardless to 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.

Uneeda Biscuit

A crisp, clean, nutri nutri-tious
tious nutri-tious food. For
everybody every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Fresh in the
moisture-proof pack package,
age, package, 5 cents.

The funny little name
of the famous little
ginger snap that puts
fresh snap" and
ginger" into jaded
appetites. 5 cents.

Graham Crackers
The natural sweet sweetness
ness sweetness and nutriment
of the wheat are re retained,
tained, retained, giving them
a delightful flavor,
xo cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
NATIONAL
BISCUIT
COMPANY
Always look for that name

D. G. Watkins

I am a candidate for re-election to
the office of county commissioner of

district two, Marion county.

I went into this 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 favor, and will
not be governed or controlled by any
one ring or faction. Soliciting your
appreciated vote, I am,
Yours very truly,
D. G. Watkins.

COMMISSIONER THIRD DISTRICT

Jos. W. Davis
I am a candidate for the office of
county commissioner from district
Xo. 3, to succeed myself, and will ap appreciate
preciate appreciate the votes of my friends
throughout the county.
Jos. W. Davis.
Summerfield, Florida.

CAX FURNISH CASTINGS

Ocala Iron Works Will Soon Notify
Its Patrons When It Can
Resume Operations
To Our Patrons and Friends:
Notwithstanding the disastrous
fire which destroyed our machine
shop and office on May 11th, we beg
to advise you that we are prepared
to furnish iron and brass castings as
usual, as all our patterns are intact.
In a few days we will be a posi position
tion position to advise exactly When we will
be prepared to resume our machine
work. Yours truly,
Ocala Iron Works.

" I

mum

BERLIN
Berlin. May, 19. This section of
the country continues very dry, and
we are needing rain badly.
Miss Minnie Seckinger, who has
been spending a few days with her
cousin at Blitchton, returned home
Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mathews, of
Flemington, spent Sunday with the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Mills. They were accompanied home
by Miss Mattie Mills, who will be
their guest for a copule of weeks.
Miss Opal Blitch of Blitchton, is
the attractive guest of Miss Alta
Beck for a few days.
Fellowship was well represented
at the Blitchton picnic last Friday.
Mrs. R. W. Ferguson and son,
Master Vance, spent Sunday at Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Plant, the guests of Mrs. Fergu Ferguson's
son's Ferguson's mother, Mrs. J. S. Weathers.
Miss Mamie Henderson returned

J to her home at Lynne last Thursday,

after spending the past few months
here attending school. She will be
greatly missed by her many friends,
and by her aunt, Mrs. J. L. Beck.
Mr. S. D. Atkinson spent last week
in Ocala serving as a juror.

ROYAL. ARCH MaSoaS

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Simmons, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.

m otto

IWANT ABSl
Easy to osfete

31ARION JOUNTY lIR ECTOR Y

Bui

Judge Circuit Court W.

ock, Ocala.
. Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent
Ocala.
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert
Ocala.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala
Treasurer John M. Graham
Ocala.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala
Judge of Prouate Wm. E. Smith
Ocala.
County Commissioners C. Carml
chael, Ocaia; J. W. Davis. Summer
field; .V t. Henderson. Lynne; D. G
Watkih. Dunnellon; Walter Luf Luf-man,
man, Luf-man, Sparr.
Board Public Ic'mctlon -J. 13
Brinson, Superintendent. Ocala; B
R. Blitch. Blitchton: J. S. Grautham

ikissyy too ft

b Gvcxccg D!:cd Tic!3 Bo Cat Do Fee:

3

Statfyth

and Yoa WO Understand Why Some Thter Are Deceptive

EXAMINATION OP TEACHERS

THE METROPOLITAN
SAVINGS BANK
This bank is always open until 8
o'clock in the evening on Saturdays
and Mondays; on other days of the
week it closes at 3 o'clock In the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The bank will observe all
legal holidays, both state and na national,
tional, national, and will remain closed on
those days.
George Giles, President.

Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf

Notice is hereby given that the

regular state uniform examination

for teachers will be held in Ocala be

ginning on Tuesday, at 9 a. m.f on

June 2, 1914. The examination for

whites will be held at the Ocala high

school building and that for colored

at Howard Academy.

Applicants will supply themselves

with legal cap paper, pens and ink

and the legal fee of $1 will be col
lected a the beginnig of the work.
Very respectfully,
J. H. Brinson,
Superintendent,
dly moi -thrs-fri and wkly.

OCALA 1'UdIjIC LIBRARY

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

W. W. Stripling
Believing that public office be belongs
longs belongs to all the people without re regard
gard regard to class 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
th office. W. W. Stripling.
FOR TAX ASSESSOR

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

than I. Alfred Ayer.

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 my ability the same as
before. S. R. Pvtes.

C030IISSIONER FIFTH DISTRICT

Ocala. Lodge No. 286, Benevolent

jand Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. .Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Aa-

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

OPEN ALL NIGHT

Open daily except Sunday from 3
to 5 p. m. Board of Trade rooms,
Ocala House block.
Louise E. Gamsbv, Librarian

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow 7ompany
Selling Agents
Merchant Block, Ocala

KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL

In treating any blood disorder the funda fundamental
mental fundamental fact moat be observed that the aim
and object of the medicine used is to permit
a hit, a home ran and a sure, safe hit
every time.
Now the propulsive effect of S. S. S. Is to
Tejnilate the blood formation, to assist In
development of tissue and to have a decided
bearing upon the lymphatic Influence, all of
which Is In the promotion of blood health.
And thia propulsive effect will be similar
to the straight ball pitched to Insure a
eafe hit and not the deceptive gyrations
designed to fool the batter. 8. ST 8. Is a
?lain. straight blood purifier. It la not a
anciful mixture to move the bowels and
thus falsely play upon susceptible minds.
It Is not a nerve excitant to exhilarate for
the moment and then die awar. it con contains
tains contains none of those mineral drugs which
try up the tissues. In other words. It does
not play to the bleachers nor to the "fans.
It 1. Just a wholesome, powerful, searching
blood remedy, enc Ingredient of which

serves the active purpose of arousing each
cellular part of th tissues to select from
the blood the nutriment or materials re required
quired required for renewal of health.
S. S. S. Is prepared from nature's own
materials, not an ounce oi drags being used.
And yet it Is more potent, more powerful powerful-more
more powerful-more searching and more productive of
restorative results than from the most
active of all the minerals employed la
medicine.
Its action by elimination of the Irritating;
poisons that Infect the blood, is one of the
very important things to know.
Yoa can get 8. 8. 8. at any drag store,
but take no other ao-ealled blood purifier
falselr claimed "lust aa good."
8. 8. 8. Is prepared by The Swift Bpeeffle
Co.. O0O Swift Bldg Atlanta. Ga and If
yon bare any deep seated or obstinate blood
trouble, write to their Medical Dept. for
free advice. It Will be worth your while
ti do so,

The 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

Fresh bread, cakes and pies every
lay; delivered to any part of the
'ity. Heintz Bakery. 12-31-tf

B. L. Barlow
To the Democratic Voters:
I hereby announce my candidacy
for commissioner from the fifth com commissioner's
missioner's commissioner's "district of Marion coun county,
ty, county, subject to the action of the com coming
ing coming democratic primary election. If
elected, I will perform the duties of
the office to the best of my ability.
Your support will be appreciated.
B. L. Barlow.
Evinston, Fla., May 11, 1914.

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Selling Agents
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Merchant's Block, Ocala

J. E. CHACK
Dental Surgeon

Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250

OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms cash.

L. F. BLALOCK
Dental Surgeon

Health is Worth Saving, and Some

Ocala People Know How to
Save It
Many Ocala people take their lives
in their hands by neglecting the kid kidneys
neys kidneys when they know these organs
need help. Weak kidneys aer respon responsible
sible responsible for a vast amount of suffering
and ill health, but there Is no need
to suffer nor to remain in danger.
Use Doan's Kidney Pills a remedy
that has helped thousands of kidney
sufferers.
The following statement leaves no
grounds for doubt:
L. E. Dean, barber, 511 W. Mc Mc-Cormick
Cormick Mc-Cormick streen, Gainesville, Fla.,
says: "I was annoyed by backache
and my kidneys didn't do their vork

as they should. Soon after 1 began
using Doan's Kidney Pills, I was re relieved
lieved relieved and my condition improved in
every way.'
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same

that Mr. Dean had. Foster-Mllburn
Co., Proprietors, Buffalo, N. Y. 6

Wile Star Mm
Iraisfiieir & Sftorep
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling

PHONE 296

Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.

Baggage Service

the Best.

We Sell
BEAYKR BOARD
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
INYESIGATE.

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

a

Office Over Commercial Ban
Phone 211

OCALA. FLORIDA

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Part ri age-Wood row Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block. Ocal

We are equipped with the Latest, Largest, Best Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.
All work Guaranteed to e First-Class.
Bring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes xmghU
FISK and FIRESTONE TIKES
of all sizes and rims, always in stock
DAVIES, The Tire Mzm

Phone 438. OCALA, FLORIDA 3Iain St.. near PostoClce,

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets In
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns always welcome. Adv Adv-F.
F. Adv-F. J. Burden. C. C
Chas K. Sage. Clerk.

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter. No. 29, O. E. S-.
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon. See.

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. MAY CD. 1C14

RAND

Used exclusively in the con construction
struction construction of the Panama
Canal and the great Keokuk
dam in Iowa.
Government Engineers know
their business.
Fresh stock always on hand.
Woodmar Sand
& Stone Co.
PHONE 331.
Phone 481
If you want to bay or sell
FURNITURE.
New and Second Hand
Household Goods -V
Farm Tools, Harness Etc.
Easy Payments If Desired.
A M. BOBBITT,
310 S. Main St. Ocala Fla.
WOOD
PHONE 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention.
: J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Mclver & MacKay
Funeral Directors
UIIDERTAKERS and EMBALf.lERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
O. E. McIY'ER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by. Licensed. Km Km-balmers
balmers Km-balmers and Folly Guaranteed
PHONES:
D. E. McIVER 104
O. V. ROBERTS 1.305
Undertaking Office . 4?
PHONE
Ocala Iron Works
Coming South?
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
see me.
JOHN L. DAVIS.
IRVINE. FLORIDA
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia ioage, Fraternal Union
of America, meets Ir Yonge's Hal1
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Id
Own your own home by buying
modern bungalow on easy terms of
the Ocala Lumber & Supply Com
pany. 5-15-tf
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company Company-Selling
Selling Company-Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tl

3 Uiii

JAMES AIID tlUMBERS

Of Institutions, Firms, People and
I'hones Most Often Called in
Ocala
The following condensed tele
phone directory is published for the
benefit of the Star's readers. No
charge is made for any of the entries
it. It covers the city depart
ments, the railroads and telegraph
offices, the offices and residences of
all the doctors in the city, the hos hospital
pital hospital and trained nurses in fact, all
the points likely to be most needed.
A directory is attached to each
phone, but people often have occas
ion 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
279
123
1
Annex Drugstore
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore .
Banner ....
Brlgance, City Marshal 361
Board of Trade,
Brinson, school superintendent
Carlisle's Drugstore
381
141
424
284
303
122
35
41
69
Court Pharmacy
City Hall
Commercial Bank
County jail
Dr. Dozier
Dr. Dozier, residence
Dr. E. Van Hood 324
Dr. E. Van Hood, residence.
164
427
349
203
295
11
71
422
Dr. Counts
Dr. Counts, residence
Dr. J. W. Hood
Dr. J. W. Hood, residence.
Dr. Izlar
Dr. Izlar, residence
Dr. Lane
Dr. Lane, residence 477
Dr.
Dr.
Lindner.
McClane
78
333
Dr. McClane, residence 407
Dr. Newsom 512
Dr. Xewsom, 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
Dr. Hughes, colored
Dr. R. R. Williams (colored)
EVENING STAR
Electric Light Plant
Elks Club. .
185
369
51
66x
176
60
133
91
FIRE STATION
Florida House.
Galloway, sheriff, residence.
larrington Hall Hotel . 32M
INFORMATION OPERATOR
TELEPHONE EXCHANGE .
142
243
381
33
472
472
206
18
460
363
51
61
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
Metropolitan Bank
OCALA EVENING STAR
Ocala Gas Co., office
Ocala Gas Co., plant. 478
Ocala House 52
Ocala National Bank 334
Ocala Northern Railway
Ocala Southwestern Railway .
Ocala City office.
Ocala Telephone Company. .
249
367
303
142
515
195
20
217
49
129
38
51
42
30
136
POSTOFFICE
POLICE ALARM
Postoffice Drugstore
Postal Telegraph office
Sheriff's office
Seaboard Air Line City Ticket
office
Seaboard Airline freight office
STAR OFFICE
Southern Express Co
Tydings' Drugstore .........
Western Union Telegraph office
TYPEWRITER FOR SALE
A Remington typewriter, No. 10;
visible writing, in perfect condition
in every respect. Apply at S.r of office.
fice. office. 4-8-tf
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
MARION-DUNN MASOMC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, tf.
. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each moith at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad
SUGAR HAJIMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
spelling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
Advertise in the Star for results.

ORANGE SPRINGS

Orange Springs, May 19. Mr. M.
D. L. Denny, of Hindsonville, Ark.,
was among the arrivals at the Carl Carlton
ton Carlton House last week.
Mr. S. J. Apel was a business vis visitor
itor visitor to St. Petersburg last week.
Mr. and Mrs. George P. Rast re returned
turned returned last Friday from a most en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable visit to Jacksonville.
Mr. C. H. Ireland, of Chicago,
was a guest of the Carleton House
last Thursday.
The Woman's Club met at the
club rooms last Wednesday, and af after
ter after the business session was over,
spent a pleasant afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rast, who have
been spending their honeymoon at
Blue Springs, have been the guests
of the former's parents for the
past few days.
Mr. .W. R. Massey, the naval
stores operator of Santa Fe, is a bus
iness visitor in town today.

Messrs. Fred D. and T. R. Higgins candidates except candidates for
of Palatka, were here last week, the state senate and house of represen represen-latter
latter represen-latter returning home on the af-jtatives.) W. T. Gary,
ternoon train, the former, accom-j Chmn. Campaign Committee,

panied by a party of friends motored
on to Burbank to attend the festivi
ties.
Mrs. J. B. Hall's friends are sorry
to hear that she has been quite ill
the past week.
Mrs. A. J
Baxter was a pleasant
caller here last Friday, the guest of
Mrs. O. E. Motes.
Mrs. F. H. Pedrick left 3"?sterdayi
for the north. She will spend sev several
eral several weeks in Chicago with her sis sister,
ter, sister, then extend her visit to Minne Minneapolis,
apolis, Minneapolis, for a few weeks with her
daughter, Mrs. F. F. Worthington.
Mrs. Mary Heather, of Birming Birmingham,
ham, Birmingham, Ala., is the guest of the Carl Carlton
ton Carlton House.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Wilder and
Mr. T. H. Bennett, of Ocala were at
Carlton House yesterday.
COAST LINE SCHEDULE
Jacksonville and St. Petersburg
No 9 Leave Jacksonville 4 p. m.;
arrive Ocala 9:05; arrive St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 3 a. m.
No. 10 Leave St. Petersburg j 11
p. m., arrive Ocala 6:05; arrive
Jacksonville, 10:55.
No. 39 Leaves Jacksonville at
9:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala at 2:40 p.
in.; arrives St. Petersburg at 9:10.
No. 40 Leaves St. Petersburg at
6:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 12:54 p.
m; leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. m.
Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 Leaves Ocala 6:40 a. m.;
arrives Lakeland 11:05 a. m.
No. 32 Leaves Lakeland 5:48 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 9:50 p. in.
Ocala and Homosassa
No. 49 Leave Ocala, 8:20 a. m.;
arrive Homosassa, 1 p. m.
No. 47 Leave Ocala, 2:20; arrive
Homosassa, 5:20.
No. 4 4 Leave Homosassa, 10 a.
m.; arrive Ocala, 12:50 p. m.
No. Leave Homosassa, 1:30 p.
m.; arrive Ocala, 6 p. m.
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40
in.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
a
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited Javes Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.: arrives
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
arrives Ocala U12 d. m.; leaves
Ocala 1:30 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 5:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. ra.
OCALA NORTHERN SCHEDULE
No.
72 Leave Ocala daily 1:15
p. m. Arrive Palatka daily except
Sunday, 4:45 p. m. Arrive Palatka
Sunday, 4:15 p. m.
No. 71 Leave Palatka daily ex
cept Sunday, 7:40 a. ni. Arrive
Ocala 11 m.
No. 73 Leave PalatLa Sunday, 8
a. m.
Arrive Ocala, n a
m.
Genuine Palm Beach coat and
pants 5.50 at the Globe. 5-16-6t
! P. D. 0DELL
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Estimates on any kind
ot Uuilaing mrnisnea on
short notice. All work $
guaranteed.
117 N. SANCHEZ STREET.
P. O. BOX. NO. 438.
PHONE NO. 368 OCALA

ITINERARY

. i
For County Candidates as Adopted J
by Campaign Committee of Mar!
ion County. Democratic Executive
Committee. j
Tuesday, May 19 Dunnellon, j
(night).
Thursday, May 21 Fort McCoy.
Friday, May 22 Turner's Pond.
Saturday, May 23 Citra.
Saturday, May 23rd Oak (night).
Tuesday, May 26 Electra.
Wednesday, May 27 Pedro. (At
night.)
Thursday, May 2S Flemington.
Friday, May 29 Shady (Williams
Springs).
Friday, May 29 Summerfleld,
(night).
Saturday, May 30 Fairfield, day.
Saturday, May 30 Ocala (night),
for all candidates for state senate
and house of representatives.)
Monday, June 1 Ocala. For all
; a-6- dw tf Ocala, Fla,
HOW'S THIS
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot h cnrrl hv Hall's Catarrh
Cure F j, chenney & Co.. Toledo,
j Ohio.
I we the undersigned, have known
r j. Cheney for the last la years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fi
nancially able to carry out any ob-
ligations made by his firm
National Bank of Commerce,
Toledo, Ohio.
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.
FORT McCOV 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

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am reducing my stock for cash.

I must have room for fall goods that I buy every yeas.

and.

Ladies' White Canvas Pur

Fancy Carpet House Slippers

19 cents per pair.
A Big Line of Shirt Waists at 39c and up.

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Wholesale Dealers in
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, LH, EEK
AND CEMENT

We Make'a Specialty of House Bills.
See Us Before Placing Your Orders

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 Troxlers stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped nd trill be ;in
strictly ethlcai lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 331

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arations for entertaining hundreds j
of people and the citizens of the.
surrounding towns are showing a
willingness to join In and make it
the largest gathering ever held
there.
The Ocala Northern has arranged
for a low rate from all points on its
road for that date, and special trains

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will be run from Palatka and Ocala,
leaving these places ia the morning
and returning in the afternoon.,,
SUGAR HAMMOCK LAND3
Partrl dge-Wood ro w Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's lilork, Ocala
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niS OCALA EVENING OTAIl, 2LIAY 0. 1014

LOCAL LEGISLATION
OG ALA OCCURRENCES
99

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CERTAIN TO HAVE
A GAME WITH CITRA

A baseball game with Citra at the
ball park tomorrow afternoon i3
certain. Our boys are hard at -work
at practice and deeerve a good crowd
at this the opening game.
FIRST WATERMELON
-OIZ-TMiJEASON
A fine-looking. TTmt3aatTi wa-4
termelon, brought to the city today
v
from Inverness by Mr. C. D. Schultz
is receiving Ifull attention from vis visitors
itors visitors to the I Munroe & Chambliss
Bank. ttarSTghs 28 pounds. Mr.
Schultz has a 75-acre field at In
verness and will begin shipping May
29.
XEKUl-AXnEXCOURAGIXG
A canning demonstration, by Mrs.
S. T. Sistrunk and Mrs. J. R. Moor Moor-head,
head, Moor-head, was given at the home of the
former this noon, and was most ef efficiently
ficiently efficiently carried out. The Star -will
give a full report of it tomorrow.
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT
The jury in the ejectment ease of
Hogan vs. Hightower tried-yesterday
in the circuit court returned a ver verdict
dict verdict for the plaintiff. The verdict
carries with it the allowing of pos possession
session possession of the property involved.
Today's session of the court is be being
ing being taken up with the damage suit
begun over a year ago by the An Anthony
thony Anthony Farms Company against the
Seaboard Air Line Railroad Com Company.
pany. Company. The case is the outcome of a
fire which destroyed the barns of the
complainant company over two years
ago at Anthony. Quite an array of
'witnesses are on hand and the case
will likely last all day. After the
jury had been impaneled two wit witnesses
nesses witnesses were heard before noon ad adjournment.
journment. adjournment. The jury in this case is composed
of B. H. Holly, L. B. Jordan, R. W.
Flinn, T. C. Luckie, R. E. Downs
and J. R. Wendrick.
The Seaboard local attorney, Mr.
L. X. Green, is defending the suit,
while the Anthony Farms Company
is represented by Messrs. Hi M.
Hampton and R. L. Anderson.
The meeting of the Sons of Con Confederate
federate Confederate Veterans, which was to
have been held last Friday night, but
was postponed on account of the
political meeting in the courthouse
at that time, will be held next Fri Friday
day Friday evening, and it is hoped a large
attendance will be present, as re reports
ports reports of the Jacksonville reunion are
to be given and plans made for the
future life and work of the camp.
;Mr. Asher Frank, formerly of this
city, now a hustling real estate deal dealer
er dealer of Tampa, after a visit to his
brother and friends in Ocala, return returned,
ed, returned, home this morning.
A first class dinner at Rodoff's
Cafe from 12 to 2:30 every day ex except
cept except Sunday for 35 cents. 5-18-tf
Mr. William Anderson reached
home yesterday from Georgia Tech,
Atlanta, and in a few days will go
to Port Inglis, having accepted a po position
sition position with the Port Inglis Terminal
Co for the summer.
; To make your trip a real pleasure
a Thermos bottle is a necessity. We
sell them. Gerig's, The Reliable
Drug Store. 5-16-tf
CAKES AND SUGAR WAFERS
Hydrox
Brandyvine .
Tan-San
Veronique
Clover Leaf
Short Bread
Philopcna
S. 8. Sandwich
Whole Wheat Wafers
Cheese Chips
Cheese Sticks
Cheese Wafers
Macaroon Jumbles
Ginger Wafers
Pilot Wafers
Golden Flakes
Takhoma Biscuit
Saltines.
0. K. Teapot Grocery
1CALA, FLA.
PHOXES l and 174
Advertise In the Star for results.

Masons meet tomorrow night.

Moose meet tomorrow evening.
Woodmen meet Friday night.
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
a f riMiltiiro chnn'tn y matimnm and
m
KLUiii liii mil lft lii i im a tlx i wrz auu 1 a. in id 11
during the twenty-four hours end-
ing at 3 p. m.:
I Max.
March average.. 74
April average.. 81
Min.
48
60
65
61
51
55
DO
61
61
60
68
63
53
60
62
63
69
94
66
67
67
62
R. F.
.03
.09
.02

I. ........87
2. ...... .81
Z 85
4. . .85
5 85
6 .ST
7 90
8......... 89
9 .87
10: 83
II. .88
12. 88
13. .86:
14. 93
15. . 90
16. .'. 68
17 V. .94
18. . 84
19 .81
20. . .77

May
May
May
May
May
May
May
.45
.49
May
May
.10
.03
Forecast for Tonight and Tomorrow
Partly cloudy tonight and Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, except showers extreme south
portion.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
WANTED Clean cotton rags at
the-. Star office.
FOR SALE Remington typewriter,
No. 10; visible writer; in perfect
condition in every respect. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Star office. 4-28-tf
TO HIRE A young man wants to
', hire himself out as a teamster.
Apply at the Star office.
FOR RENT Two or three connect connecting
ing connecting rooms furnished for light
housekeeping. Apply to 614 East
Adams street. 4 5-14-f
FOR SALE Modern bungalow in
Linwood Heights. Inquire of the
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. 5-1 5 tf
FOR RENT A flat with gas stove
and all modern conveniences, 603
Second street. Phone 97. 5 18-6t
LOST OR STOLEN Black repainted
coaster brake child's bicycle. Re Reward
ward Reward for return to Rev. J. G.
Glass, 311 E. Broadway. 5-18-6t
LOST A class pin engraved with
. O. II.. S. Finder will please leave
same at this office. 5-18-6t
FOR RENT Seven room cottage,
all modern conveniences, desirably
located in second ward. Apply to
O. C. Tignor, at Helvenston's dry
goods store. 5-1 8-3 1
BOY WANTED Apply English
Woolen Mills, North Magnolia
street. 5-18-tf
FOR SALE Double oven five bur bur-J
J bur-J ner gas range; upright Everett
1 piano; cheap fo rcash. Address
B., care Star. 5-18-tf
FOR SALE -Strictly first class
team of mules. Apply at Star of office.
fice. office. 5-19-tf
HOUSE FOR RENT New, five five-room
room five-room house, with up-to-date con conveniences,
veniences, conveniences, near the new school school-house
house school-house site. Apply to Mrs. Jessie
Haycraft. 519-6t
STRAYED OR STOLEN A black
horse hitched to a silver tipped
top buggy; disappeared from the
vacant lot back of Masters' store
Saturday night, May 16. A re reward
ward reward will be paid for information
of whereabouts or the return of )
same to Goddard's stable in Ocala,
or T. E. Cranford Lumber Co.,
Ocala. 5 20 tf i
WANTED Subscribers of the Star
to tell their neighbors of the plan
now in force for giving cash cou coupons
pons coupons to subscribers. 5-20-tf
WANTED 100 MEN to join the
Brotherhood Baraca Class, city
hall. May 31, 10:15 a. m. See R.
B. Bowers. 5-20-tf
FOR RENT Six room cotage with
three acres of pasturage, in city
limits of North Ocala. Apply to
Star office. 5-20-6t

earnings into the general fund of

the city, the following amounts:
Int. electric light bonds $ 852.00
Electric light bonds 3,550.00
Total
Int. water works bonds,
Water works bonds .
.$4,402.00
.$2,250.00
. 2,250.00
Total $4,500.00
Such amounts for sinking funds to
be deposited with the bond trustees
as provided by the city ordinances.
You will note the amount for the
sinking fund for the retirement of
electric light bonds is $3,550. This'
issue will mature in 191S and as'
the previous councils made no pro-
t
vision for the retirement of these
bonds, it will be necessary to raise
the amount in the next four years.
Respectfully submitted,
E. E. Robinson,
C. W. Hunter,
M. J. Roess,
Finance Committee.
Estimated Receipts
POLICE DEPT.
Reed. 1913-14 Est. 1914-15
Fines
Pound
$4,126.75
367.00
$3,500.00
300.00
100.00
40.00
20.00
fees.
Lod'ng prisnrs
St. Dpt. Lbr.
Pound sales.
Sle. Con. Wps.
1.75
138.10
49.90
52.00
$4,735.50 $3,960.00
MARKET DEPT.
$1,029.50 $ 800.00
FINANCE AND GENERAL
Taxes $24,463.93
Licenses.... 6,207.14
Milk licenses 41.70
Delinquent per personal
sonal personal taxes 562.95
Tx redmptn 113.75
Sundries... 100.79
$6,500.00
50.00
, 50.00
600.00
300.00
mo no
$31,490.26 $7,500.00
Co. rd. tax 1914 S2.ooo.oo
'
Total Est. Recpts. $14,310.00
The finance committee asked for
further time in the matter of the j
settlement with Mr. S. T. Sistnmk'
i
as administrator of the estate of the
late C. L. Sistrunk, city attorney.
The committee reported that the bill
of Engineer Twombly. was found
correct. Further time was asked, in
the personal injury suit of the lady
injured by the fire wagon. The, re report
port report of the iommittee was filed for
information.
Dunnellon Wants the Iron Works.
Mr. -George MacKay having arriv
ed late, Mr. Robinson asked that the
rules be suspended and Mr. MacKay
be requested to address the council
on the matter of continuing the
Ocala Iron Works here or moving
the plant to another point. Mr. Mac MacKay
Kay MacKay said he could only talk Infor Informally,
mally, Informally, as the stockholders had not
yet held a meeting, but he could say
that they were considering remov removing
ing removing from Ocala to get nearer the
phosphate field, with
quicker and
cheaper freight rates; that the mat matter
ter matter of taxes had not been discussed,
but naturally it would have some
bearing on the decision of the stock stockholders.
holders. stockholders. Mr. Roess stated that he
was at Dunnellon a few days since
and learned that they would make
a strong effort to have the Ocala
Iron Works established there. Mr.
Robinson stated that he would like
to offer a resolution along the line
of tax exemption for the Ocala Iron
Works. The following resolution was
offered by Mr. Robinson and unani unanimously
mously unanimously passed-on roll call:
Robinson's Resolution
Whereas, It is understood that the:
Ocala Iron Works is contemplating
the removal of its plant from Ocala
to some other point; and,
wkoi-cd Tf ic v. omf
of this council to in every way pro promote
mote promote the location of manufacturing
and other industries in the city;
therefore be it
Resolved, That under the provis
ion of chapter 4089, section 12, acts!
of the legislature of 1905, this coun council
cil council do remit to the said Ocala Iron
Works such real and personal taxes
as may legally be assessed against
the real and personal nronertv be-
, 4 4. ,,,,.
longing to the said Ocala Iron Works
, . . , i
for a period of ten years, provided,!
however, that such remittance of!
taxes shall apply only to the prop-
ertv aotuallv nsprt hv thp said Ocala

Iron Works in connection with its i organize a degree team, and all the
regular foundry and machine busi-l members should be present to aid in
ness; and, provided further, that'is very fine work. Sovereign La La-such
such La-such remittance of taxes shall cease mar win take special pains in giving
and terminate should the said Ocala : instruction, and desires the help of
Iron Works at any time employ less ns fellow choppers,
than twenty workmen in connection!

with its said foundry
business in this city.
and machine
Mr. M. J. Roess, chairman of the
judiciary committee, reported that
the committee had not recommended
the passage of the East Florida Tel-
ephone ordinance and before doing

We seek an opportunity to convince you that this strong, coneerv coneerv-ative,
ative, coneerv-ative, but progressive institution can help you increase your resources
and make your business grow. Will you grant us the opportunity ?
The Ocala NationakBank.
Capital, Surplus and Profits C05.COO.00.
ACTIVE TT. S. DEPOSITARY.
JNO. L. EDWARDS, President. CLARENCE CAMP, Vice-President.

so it wanted the company to give
Ocala a direct line to Gainesville;
I and not via Dunnellon; that he was j
fin communication with the company j
;to that end.
i
The committee would not recoji
I l
; mend the passage of the A. C. L.
railway ordinance, but is drafting a
substitute ordinance.
The committee handed in the or
dinance defining the blocks where
certain tent shows, games of chance
etc., could not be operated in the
city, having signed and approved the
ordinance. The ordinance was then
read by sections, adopted, by sec
tions, read by its title for the third
and last time and passed on unani
mous vote.
Mr. tBennett of the fire commit
tee, reported that the fire depart
ment had 4700 feet of fire hosi,
'1100 feet of which was in bad con
dition and 3600 feet in good condi
tion, and recommended that more
be purchased. He also stated that
I the fire department automobile need-
nw tires. ine commiuee was
' empowered to get the best prices
from dealers on a new set of tires
and purchase them.
Mr. Roess for the light and water
committee made its report. He stat-
; ed that a final and definite report
' would be made, at the next meeting
in the matter of new current for the
city.
On the water works, the commit committee
tee committee reported that something had to
m
! De aone to secure more water suppiy
and storage capacity. The commit-
tee stated that more wells would
have to be driven and a greater
storage capacity provided; that in
case of a big fire both were insuffi insufficient.
cient. insufficient. Some discussion with the
committee and the superintendent,
Mr. Campbell, had taken place on a
plan of locating the plant at a lower
point, somewhere near Taylor's mill,
which could be done with economy.
Mr. Roess was saked if the $55,000
bonds available would be ample to
make the improvements required on
the plant and he stated that the
money would be sufficient to build
an entirely new plant.
Written request of Mr. C. P. How Howell
ell Howell to supply him current to his home
west of the city having been referr referred
ed referred to the light and water commit-
tee, that committee asked for time
to ascertain the cost of extension of
the line to Mr. Howell's residence.
Mr. Bennett asked the chair to de declare
clare declare a ten-minutes recess.
Adams Elected
The members retired to an ante
room and consumed that time, filed
in and the chair announced that an another
other another vote would be taken on a city
marshal. This was done with the
surprising result that Mr. W. F.
Adams, one of the night policemen,
was unanimously elected on the first
ballot. This created a vacancy on
the night force and a ballot' was tak taken,
en, taken, resulting in. the election of Mr.
?J. G. Felts to that position. Mr.
. ...
' fr Co- and is a much ,iked Jouns
man' witn a like a Roman
gladiator.
Mr. F. R. Hocker, city attorney,
asked for instructions in the matter
of bringing suits against persons
owing very small sums for taxes and
what should be done about sheriff's
costs in same. The matter was re referred
ferred referred to the finance committee.
Mr. Hocker also asked to be al allowed
lowed allowed to get official data from ab abstract
stract abstract companies as to owners of
lands in suits, the boundaries of
same, etc. The request was granted,
. ,
Council adjourned at 10:30.
At their regular meeting Friday
evening, the Woodmen will try to;
Lost, at the Airdome Saturday

; night, a roll of bills; two tens, a fiveimanshlp first-class.

and a one, which dropped out of a!
pocketbook. A liberal reward will
be given for its return to the Star
office or to the residence of Mr. II.
C. Jones. 5-19-5t

H. D. STOKES, Cashier'

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Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel

OCALA,

VISIT

Comer Oklawaha Avenue and Main Street.
The J. D. Robeptoon Building.
A Full Une;p,I:.Cticicc
liquors, ITmzs "aM Bssr.
Courteous Service and' Choice Goods Dis Dispensed
pensed Dispensed at our Bars. h'
Prompt attention and West of service to
all mail order business. 4 ?
Sec? of Car Utilzz trtzis cl ntlsicy:
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.-Wjnes and Brandies.
You will be welcome at my place.
Make your headquarters with

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OCALA,
BIDS WANTED OX SCHOOLHOUSE
N'otice is hereby given that on
Friday, June 5, 1914, the board of
public instruction of Marion county,
will receive bids for the construction
of an annex to the present Fairfield
school house as per dimensions and
list of materials on file in the office
of the superintendent In Ocala. Bids
will be received for either the gen general
eral general contract to furnish the mter-
WE'LL HELP
YOU THROUGH
your tire troubles, as we keep a full
line of tires. We do all kinds of up-to-date
repairing of cars in a manner
that always gives perfect satisfao
, tion. Our prices are low, our work-

So

XucMe's Garage
1 17 N. Main Street.

There Arc Two SiCza
to every question, but there can be
only oneopinion of our Cleaning and
Pressingr It Is commended in the
very highest terms by those who
have favored us with their patron
age in I he past. We have the most
upo-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.

FLORIDA
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FLORIDA
ialsmd complete work or to fnrnish
thevHimber alone or to do the work
aloxhftr J. H. Brlnson,
wedJb?-3t Secretary.
All wool blue serge hand tailored
suits (coat and pants) $10, at the
Globe 1 5-1 6-6 t
CGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agent
Merchant's Block. OcaU 1-13-tf
I LOVAXi ORDER OF 3IOOSE
Ocala Lodge So. 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 postofflce.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
J. E. Gates, Secretary. ad
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
in.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. xn.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
11: '.0 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.: leaves
Ocala 1:20 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 5:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p? m.

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