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

OCA LA FLORIDA. SATURDAY. MAY 23, 1914

XO.120

1

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ITS

DOES

I IIITEIID TO LET OUT ANY HEWS TO EM
BABRASS DELEGATES

SIlllliUII REPORTED SAFE III MEXICO CITY. BUI WEAK
AND ILL FROM HIS SUFFERIIffiS

Washington, May 23. Sensation-

al stories of the Impending collapse
of the Huerta administration with
blodshed thru an uprising against
the dictator, continue to circulate
here. No official confirmation is be being
ing being given out. President Wilson has
clapped the lid on official news. The
wave of criticism following the
open espousal of the constitutional
cause is admittedly responsible. The
administration does not intend to al

low anything to happen that will

embarrass the American commission-

at the mediation conference.

Vhe news f the safety of Vice

Silliman has greatly cleared

ynosphere here, but coupled

plief are reports of outrages

Lection with the original ar-

re grave than the Tampico

IAN IX MEXICO CITY

fch from Mexico City says

ied by his nine days'

Saltillo to Mexico City,

verge of illness, Consul

(is decided to postpone

his journey to Vera

l telegram from the Bra-

ler, it Is learned that

released at-S<ilk) nine

immediately proceeded

il guard and with the
Consul to Mexico City.

IE
IS UNSHAKEN

TWICE CONVICTED,

SES TO GIVE XT

E BATTLE

, May 23. The jury in
case brought in a ver-

ty late yesterday after-

jfuses to give up hope of

;ath in the electric chair.

irted a new fight for life.

'to await the sentence of

lieh Justice Seabury an-

he would pronounce next

with his Iron nerve still un-

he summoned his counsel

their arrival was har i at

over a transcript of the

teking "some overlooked

?h may be hung argu-

tattle he is planning.

IRTV-ON'E YEARS

was Opened May

I, 1883

ay 2 3 ruirty-one

Brooklyn Bridge,

for a long time the greatest struc structure
ture structure that spanned any river, was
opened to traffic. The only celebra celebration
tion celebration was the flying of flags from the
Manhattan and Brooklyn ends. In
its thirty-one years the great sus suspension
pension suspension bridge has earne'd close to
$24,660,000 in tolls for the city ac according
cording according to estimates based on the
earnings of $23,224,31 up to one
year ago. The great source of rev revenue
enue revenue j&'from street cars. An average
of about 4,000 at a revenue of ten
cents al car, pass over the bridge
every day.

on

ARKlv

EO

OFF JUPITER IIIEET

And Finished Her Great Cruise May
, 23f 1808 Sixteen Years Ago
' Today .'
Washington, May 23. Navy offic officials
ials officials today l recalled that exactly six sixteen
teen sixteen years ago the battle ship Ore Oregon
gon Oregon reached Jupiter Inlet, Florida,
after her remarkable "dash" around
the Horn from San Francisco, to
take her place in the fleet that was
to sink the battleships in the Spanish-American
, war. The Oregon
steamed .from San Francisco Bay on
March 9, 1898.

AI10

T

HI

TMGEDY

OF TOE OCEAII

LIGHTSHIP AND CREW BOUND
FOR HALIFAX PROBABLY
LOST AT SEA
Halifax, N. S., May 23. A light lightship
ship lightship bound for Halifax was lost off
the harbor. It is feared several lives
were lost.
Bodies Came Ashore
Three bodies and wreckage were
found adrift near Liscombe today in indicate
dicate indicate that the lightship was wreck wrecked.
ed. wrecked. It carried a crew of about 15.

PUBLIC NOTICE NO CREDIT
From this date we shall sell for
cash only. Bread tickets will con continue
tinue continue to be sold 6 for 25 cents, but
must be paid for in advance.
5-2 ltf Carter's Bakery

Get a card index cabinet at The
Murray Company. 5-213t

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x,

Photo copyright. 1914. by American Press Association.
Alighting After Flight Over Vera Cruz
Lieutenant Bellinger of the United States navy is shown making a land landing
ing landing on the beach at Vera Cruz. He has just completed a flight over the out outskirts
skirts outskirts of the city and reported that the Mexican forces have retreated faf
into the country.
SEE DISPATCH ON PAGE THREE

RETREAT WAS
A

OT

AD

E

THE

QUEEN MAD

EVACUATION OF SALTILLO BY
FEDERALS SEEMiS DUE TO
A PANIC
Saltillo, May. 23. Constitutional Constitutionalist
ist Constitutionalist troops occupied every part of
Saltillo today. The federals destroy destroyed
ed destroyed the casino and cathedral, dyna dynamited
mited dynamited or burned 4 many business
blocks and buildings. A large quan quantity
tity quantity of ammunition, artillery, cloth clothing
ing clothing and other military supplies was
taken. Thousands of bales of cotton
have been burned."
The capture of Saltillo was accom accomplished
plished accomplished without any real resistance.
The reason the city was evacuated is
not known. Villa has sent an army
in pursuit of those who fled on foot.

FRIEDA IS FIERCE

MILITANT SUFF WHO CARVES
PICTURES HURLED 'CUSS 'CUSS-WORlS
WORlS 'CUSS-WORlS AT THE MAGIS MAGISTRATE
TRATE MAGISTRATE London, May 23. In Bow street
police court, Frieda Graham, the
militant suffragette who damaged
the famous Bellini painting in the
national gallery, in retaliation for
the re-arrest of Mrs. Emmeline
Pankhurst, was so disorderly she had
to be removed from the prisoner's
desk. When arraigned she continu continuously
ously continuously yelled at the top of her voice
and hurled imprecations at the trial
magistrate.
It is reported the damage to the
paintings will not exceed $1250.

ACTIVITY OF SUFFS HAS PUT
MARY ON HER EAR
London, May 23. Twenty detec detectives
tives detectives from Scotland Yard raised the
headquarters- of the Woman's Social
and Political Union. The raid re resulted
sulted resulted in Unprecedented activity of
the suffragettes yesterday. It is-be
lieved the home office instigated the
raid on the order of King George,
who acted: on the suggestion of
Queen Mary.". The raiders took pos possession
session possession -of the -offices, siezed all the
books and records. and other litera literature
ture literature found. Women in the offices
were driven to the street and arrest arrested.
ed. arrested. Queen Mary is. known to be bit

ter against "wild women." This itf

the second time the quarters of the
Woman's Social and Political Union
has been raided.

ANOTHER DELAY It)
THE FRANK CASE

Atlanta, Ga., May 23. The hear hearing
ing hearing of the motion to set aside the
murder verdict against Leo Frank
has been postponed until Friday.
The contempt case against Detec Detective
tive Detective Burns and his aides has also
been postponed.

CANNY SCOT IS NOW

THE GOLF CHAMPION

Sandwich, Eng., May 23. J. L. C.
Jenkins of Scotland, won the British
open golf championship.

UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC

BASEBALL AT BUSH NELL

The various Sunday schools of our
city will hold their annual union
picnic next Thursday, the 2Sth, at
Lake Weir. Low railroad fare is
provided: free refreshments will be
served, and everybody is invited.

The Coleman baseball team came
down last Friday afternoon and
crossed bat with the Bushnell team,
resulting in a victory for Coleman,
the score being 8 to 4. Bushnell
Times.

New line of bathing caps just ar-

OPEN DAY A.TP 7JIUHT

Merchant':; Cafe. A. C. L. depot

rived; all colors and styles. Court corner. Meals a la carte and lunche

fnarmacy. o-zz-iz lat any nour. au

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MAY REFEREE A SCRAP DETVEEil TIIEr.1
AIIO THE FEDERALS

AGUIUR HAS IAI1DED FORCES AT PUI1TA GADO A1!D I'M

ADVAUCE 03 IMS' ARL1Y

Vera Cruz, May 23. Chances of
a battle between rebels and Huerta's
forces under the noses of American
soldiers at Vera Cruz are increasing.
General Aguilar continues landing
troops at Punta del Gado and only
sixty miles separate the opposing
Mexican forces. General Funs ton,
apparently unconcerned, has made
no move to Interfere with the threat threatened
ened threatened hostilities.

MEDIATORS ARE

DOVE OF PEACE AT NIAGARA
FALLS HOVERS OVER THE
DELEGATES
Niagara Falls, Maj23 "Informal
formality" prevails as iheX.B."&
mediators meet with .'American and
Mexican delegates in conversations
which lead up to formal conferences,
when formal terms of settlement win
be submitted.

eral district' being the states of
Tlaxcala and Mexico, the former be being
ing being smaller In area than Delaware
and of about the came density of
population. The state of Mexico Is
nearly as large both in population
and area as New Hampshire.
The form of government adopted
by Mexico follows that in general cC.
the United States, having exeontfireW
legislative and judicial division.
Each of the 27 states Is represented'
in two houses of congress, composed,
of senators and deputies. Congress',
holds two sessions each year for
limited periods. Each state has its its-governor,
governor, its-governor, and legislature and is sob sob-divided
divided sob-divided IntoH districts or conntfesv
over which a "jefe politico is plac placed,
ed, placed, the districts having subsfdlaxjr
municipalities with magistrates, pre
siding officers and councils. The so-

! caTlei' utottatic feature of the gOT gOT-jernment
jernment gOT-jernment may be due largely to the
jfact that governors hold office with
the approval of the president, that
-jefe politicos have similar relation

HE DATA Oil MEXICO:

Reliable Statistics Regarding the
Revolution Racked Republic
Washington, D. C, May 22. Now
that Mexico is so much in the pub public
lic public mind and eye, some features of
that' revolution stricken republic,
just made public here by the Nation National
al National Geographic Society, are of unusual
Interest.
In the first place, few people real realize
ize realize that the area of Mexico is prac practically
tically practically as large as that of the Unit United
ed United States bet ween, the Mississippi ri river
ver river and the Atlantic coast, the Great
Lakes and the Gulf of Mexico, vary varying
ing varying in altitude from sea-level to 18, 18,-000
000 18,-000 feet. Its climate Is affected by
these elevations and by a range of
IS degres of latitude. Twelve hun hundred
dred hundred miles is the distance traversed
in passing south from Juarez on the
northern boundary to the capital,
and 900 miles more to the south southeastern
eastern southeastern boundary. The Gulf of Mex Mexico
ico Mexico and the Car ri bean Sea coast line
extends for 1700 miles while the
Pacific ocean and the Gulf of Cali California
fornia California touch 4,000 miles of Mexican
coast.
The average density of population
of Mexico approximates 20 per
square mile, the most thickly popu populated
lated populated portions, outside of the fed-

with the governors, and that the of officers
ficers officers of the municipalities are gen generally
erally generally controlled by the jefe politi politicos.
cos. politicos. '.- v-.'-
The church and state are inde independent,
pendent, independent, and Congress cannot pass
laws prohibiting or establishing any
religion. Of the 16,000,000 inhab-

i itants, two-fifths claim descent' from

I ancient tribes or families which ar
1 accepted as the basis of Mexican his history,
tory, history, two-fifths are of mixed native
and foreign blood, the remainder
' being classed under the common ap-

pelation of "foreign."

The City of Mexico, 246 miles -by
rail west of 'Vera Cruz and 2,700
feet in altitude is reached by two
rail routes, climbing from the hot
lands through difficult mountain
'passes, one of which closely follows
the trail taken by Cortex in 1513,
by General WInfield Scott with Am American
erican American troops in 1847, and over
which 1 5 years later, the invading
French troops passed.

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SENATOR BRADLEY VERY SICK

Washington, D. C, May 23. -The
death of Senator Bradley of Kes
tucky, is feared at almost any mo moment.
ment. moment. His condition is reported very
low, his physicians being constantly
at his side.

To make your trip a real pleasure
a Thermos bottle is a necessity. We
ell them. Gerig's, The Reliable
Drug Store. 5-16-tf

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Part ri age-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocal

s sold Last Week A' MUf jjj YdDIF MM R. H. SEYMOUR
in Block 16, North Caffl BUlldiflg,
Magnolia St. is worth only 100 cents. A dollar on time deposit in a bank
I is worth after 12 months 104 cents. A dollar loaned on real A A IT A m jCjl L
Mmir fViA Tim fA "L.,-. estate security after 12 months is worth 108 cents. A dollar V V'TxlLrU 11 lUlL
1NOW IS tne time tO DUy. invested in one of those LOTS IN NORTH OCAL A NOW
; Is VVoiiMtlhi 200 Cents. LET ME SHOW YOU.



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THE OCA LA KVEXbU STAR, aiTCRDAY.fAT 23, 1014

J? 7 TP ATT AT CT A T I will be open xext week t

OCALA

PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

be

RITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
4&.'1L Carroll, Ceerl .Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor

Ocala Business College Will

Owned and Conducted by a

Veteran Educator
As will be seen by his quarter-

page announcement in

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

Prof. L.
the city

E. Eigle, -who

this issue,;
has been in

for the past several days.

PIIOXE 51

SrUSCRIITIOX RATES

(Donestic)
-ne year, in advance. $5.00
81x months, in adance.... 2.5
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, jx advance. .50

(Foreign)

Oae year, in advance....
Six months, in advance. .
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance...

What's the matter with turning
Rooney loose to get up another 4th
of July celebration. He made a rip rip-roaring
roaring rip-roaring success out of the last one.

Col. Robert W. Davis, conceded to
be one of the most eloquent speak speakers
ers speakers in Florida, will take the stump
for Claude L'Engle.

The city council of Bushnell has
entered into a contract with H. E.
Way to 'establish an electric light
system for the town, the same to be
In use in 100 days.

If the railroads of the United
States must raise rates or go broke,
where are they finding the immense
eums of money they are spending in
carrying on the publicity campaign
that they are waging in trying to ob obtain
tain obtain the said raise?

The Ocala Star is real chesty be because
cause because it claims that in Ocala you
cet more to eat for 25 cents than any
place In the state. Baled hay or
velvet beans?- Clearwater Sun.
We will give you all you want of
either for nothing, Powell; and a
drink of as good stuff as you had

with jy&rr "Tn'e-4ast time we saw von.

S?

S That neat am

of the Ocala N

rons, but is dl

I Men who are ti

I pretty and eon

occasionally tjt
ural beverage.

i ni i ty"cifp maclf

ational Bank is not

venience for its pat-

ing missionary work.

ever known to drink
i are tempted by this

venient apparatus to

ke a swig of the nat-

was poor public policy and a miscar miscarriage
riage miscarriage of justice for some one to try
to induce the grand jury to indict

has bought the Ocala Business Col-;
lege and will open the same Monday j
afternoon, May 25th.
1 Prof. Eigle is not a young man ;
; neither is he old, except in exper- j
i ience in school and educational;
1 work. He came to Ocala and invest-!

4.25 ed some money and how has come to'
2.25! stay. He has. ample "anchors" out'

in Florida to hold him down andi
feels that he will soon merit the con-!
fidence of the public. Mr. Eigle has'
a neat little homp at Pnmma u

- i
'miles from Palatka. He also has!
' DroDertv at Brooksvillp and in th

" fat I. VJ L JldUUU UUUIILV. UK

i

Soundest Indication o2 Italy OiarcefciP
One of the best indications of manly character is prud prudence
ence prudence m the use of money.
Economy is the forerunner of thrift and saving leads to
prosperity.
By starting an account witn the Munroe iand Chambliss
Bank and depositing, your money regularly, you will accomp accomplish
lish accomplish something worth every effort.

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Total
Eesoarcrs
Over
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INCORPORATED

OCALA.FLORIOA
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THE BEST IN BANKING.

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the said juryman for being particeps Dorthern Part of Marlon county; he
criminis to the theft we didn't com-! has a wife and six children and one

i . 1'

grand-child. He intends to secure a
small tract of land on the edge of

mit. This supposition doesn't exact exactly
ly exactly fit the case, but it comes nearer

to it than the Journal's, which neg-jtown' Wflere he can build a home
lects to state that there were two and cultivate the soil.

sets of thieves after the Illinois' In hi3 announcement and In

watch, and about the onlv diffprenf a talk to a Star reporter, Mr.

between them was the size of their
wads.

ENTRANCED WITH OCALA

Mr. Harvey Clark has "received a
letter from Mr. E. W. Clinkscales of
Plain view, Tex., who while on a visit
here some weeks ago was shown
around by Mr. Clark and his broth brother,
er, brother, Howard. Mr. Clinkscales is a
solid business man, and his approval
of our city is worth something. We
quote the following from his letter:
"We arrived home safely last
Sunday and it has been a daily re resolve
solve resolve that I drop you a line to again

says he wants to show the
what he can do before askin

his

Eigle

people
I them

for money, and this will certainly ap- h

peal to all fair-minded persons and j I

assure them that he has confidence
in himself and what he can do for
them. If, after attending his school
for a month, they are satisfied he Is
making good, he will then like to
have their monej

Tor. ,igie was tor several years:
elected superintendent of the Lyons,
Iowa, public schools, and gave per-1
feet satisfaction. He was connect- j
ed with state teachers' institute'
work in that state and officers of the
county, the institute and the state
1

university speak in the highest

C. L. ANDERSON

W. W. WOOD

AmfflBirsim ILnnirmiEbcEiF CDo
. ...
Contractors and Bmilders
Plans, Specifications and Estimates Furnished on Application
QUALITY IS OUR MOTTO. ASK OUR CUSTOMERS.

Room 8 Merchant's Block.

Telephone 165

,r:ui

thank you and yours for your kind-'terms of his ability, his push and'

Penrose republican,. Fine trot nro-

grtiRSt'Wda-anfl Palm-oTrwQ f were
nominated for United States senator
in the Pennsylvania primaries the
other day. Penrose is the spoilsman
on whom the mantle of Boss Quay
fell, Pinchot is Teddy's forest reserve
pet and. Palmer is the man who
ought to have the office.

VMellen has given -testimony of tre tremendous
mendous tremendous weight in favor of govern government
ment government ownership of railroads. If the
: government should borrow money
from the people In order to take
over the railroads, the stock couldn't
toe juggled in Wall street or swap swapped
ped swapped for other stock in wildcat lines.

Did you know that under the Bry Bryan
an Bryan primary law the ballot you cast
will be labeled with a number cor corresponding
responding corresponding to a number on the bal ballot
lot ballot tax and that on that tag your
name will be inscribed for future
reference? Better go slow on those
pre-election promises. Miami Me Metropolis.
tropolis. Metropolis. What do you suppose would hap happen
pen happen to an election officer who allow allowed
ed allowed the ballots to be- inspected by
candidates and the public generally?

ness to us while in Ocala and fur further
ther further assure you of our appreciation
of the same. We certainly enjoyed
every minute of our sta3' there and
should we ever decide to go to Flor Florida
ida Florida to live, Ocala shall have the first

consideration as it Is by tar the
choice of each of us of any nlace we

visit

A King is no more entitled to lov

altvthan any other man, but by the
time a king has been kinging It

s
awhile he begins to look upon loy

alty as his special right and be care careless
less careless about giving any loyalty in re return.
turn. return. This disposition becomes so
engrafted in a reigning family that
it thinks loyalty to itself 13 part not
only of law but. of religion. An in instance
stance instance is shown in the Morgan fam family,
ily, family, where the devoted loyalty of
Mellen was accepted as a matter of
course by the sire and thrown away
by the son. Its best not to have any
reigning families and not to render
any other loyalty than founded on
personal friendship arid reciprocity.

energy and tact in the instruction of
the youth under his care.
Prof. 'Eigle has had wide exper experience
ience experience in the conduct of business col colleges
leges colleges and with the staff of assist assistants
ants assistants he will gather around him, as
the growth of the Ocala Business
College justifies, this section of Flor Florida
ida Florida will have a college of which it
will be proud.
The, Star welcomes Prof. 'Eigle to
Ocala and whatever discouragements
the" section may have experienced in
business colleges in the past, he Im Impresses
presses Impresses ns as being both able and
determined to make his Venture here
a success.
The college is located in the third
floor of the Commercial Bank and

THREE MORE BIG

occupies that entire
equipped to carry on
well lighted and well

floor, is well
the work, Is
ventilated.

OPPORTUNITIES ARE GREAT
IX NORTHERN OCALA

The Lakeland Telegram Intimates
that Congressman Frank Clark was
not In earnest when he Introduced

Ms bill reducing the pay of members
or Congress. You evidently do not
ltnow Frank Clark, dear brother, He
is noted for earnestness in every everything
thing everything ; he undertakes. Gainesville
Sun.
Mr. Clark wouldn't dare introduce
a bill if he hadn't been ready and
willing to stand back of. it. How However
ever However $7,500 a year is not too much
for a good Congressman, and any
price is too much for a bad one.
Frank Clark is as good as any of
tnem and much better than a great
many.

That very well known and highly
respected citizen of Gainesville, Col Colonel
onel Colonel John B. Dell, is dead. He pass passed
ed passed away on the 21st, and Ms re remains
mains remains were interred in Evergreen
i- rt ; n ti j r-i.

cemetery, uaiuesvuie, r riaay aner- i

noon. Colonel Dell was born in
the now extinct town of Xewnans Xewnans-ville,
ville, Xewnans-ville, Alachua county seventy-six
years ago. He served in the Second
Florida regiment during the war.

He was a planter, and the discovery

of phosphate on one of his farms
made him well to do. He served two
terms in the state senate and two in
the lower house. He leaves a wife
and five children, most of whom
have friends in this city.

No property values in or about
the city offer better opportunities J
for investment than those in North j
Ocala. The property is close in, it is

j being built up rapidly in that sec sec-j
j sec-j tion, there is a handsome new brick j
j school house to go up there this (
j summer, and no one will make a
mistake by purchasing in that sec-1.

tion on in any other part of Ocala.
Mr. B. H. Seymour is offering his :

j property there at very reasonable :
I prices. If you are interested in a lot
j for a home site or as an investment,
1 It. O . V .. T T

I luutv .ui. ocmuui up, ue win urj

: glad to show you the property and j

i your investment will be a;safe one.

From Florida's Largest Furniture Store'

HOW IS YOUR BED THIS SUMMER?

Is it as comfortable as it shoulc

Let us send you one of our guai

LaiEzy

Then you'll find out what R

fort is. Full size, regular

equal to any 515 mattress on thi

SPECIAL FOR 10 DAYS
ONLY - -

COLEMAX

Suppose that some one should pre present
sent present the editor of the Star with a
gift in the form of a watch. After
carrying the watch for a few months,
it develops that the watch was stol

en. Will Editor Benjamin contend j

for a minute that, because he was an
Innocent receiver of the stolen watch,
lie ought to be permitted to retain it
after. the rightful owner had proved
that it was stolen? Pensacola Jour Journal.
nal. Journal.
.No, sir; we wouldn't. But if we
-were put on trial for stealing a watch
that some other person had given
as, and one of the jurymen said he
didn't think we should be found
sxiilty of theft, we would think it

Some of the papers are severely
criticising Jacksonville hotel keep keepers
ers keepers and the city generally because of
alleged extortionate charges and
other impositions. We have ques questioned
tioned questioned a number of veterans who
were at the reunion, and all have
expressed themselves to the effect
that they were well cared for, and
that the reunion crowds were hand handled
led handled better than in other cities where
the meetings -were held previous
ly. Lakeland Telegram.
The Star is glad to be able to say,

tfor the honor of all Florida as well

as Jacksonville, that the veterans
seemed to have been very well taken
care of, but it is the testimony of
many visitors who were not veterans
that they had to pay the most out outrageous
rageous outrageous prices.

Sumter County Times: Miss
Dora Weese of Ocala, came Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. G. B.
Tankersley. She returned home
Friday.
Mrs. Walter Brinson and children,
of Oxford, came up Saturday, to be
with Mrs. Brinson's father, Mr. Hall.

Mrs. W. H. Brown and two bright :
boys, Harold and Wallace, of Ocala,'
are visiting, Mrs. Brown's parents j
Mr. and-Mrs. J. W. Condrey, on,
Warm Springs avenue. i
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Crenshaw are
the 'happiest people in town, all on(

account of a sweet little baby girl
that came to their house Monday.

IiKi 11AHGAIX IX LAXD

R. Hudson Burr and N. A. Blitch
will succeed themselves as railroad
commissioners without opposition.
In fact they will not be voted for,
but will be declared the democratic

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A tract of 120 acres of good pine;
land one mile north towards Ocala!
from Montague station on the A.
C. L. Railway; unimproved. Best of j

watermelon, cabbage and gardening
land. Apply at Star office for further
information. 5-6-dw tf

GOIXG AWAY THIS SUMMER

to be hoped they win, now mat ( loss

If so, insure your baggage against

by fire, theft or wreck in hotels

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they are safe, make some effort to- j or steamers, on trains, docks, plat plat-ward
ward plat-ward enforcing the long and short forms or wagons. Rates extremely
haul law enacted by the last legis-'low. E. M. Osborn, Holder. Build Build-lature.
lature. Build-lature. Palatka News. j ing. 5-19-tf
They may be safe from the people
for two years, but the railroads are Look at the Globe-Wernicke filing
always on the job. 'cabinets at The Murray Co. 21-2t

Don't Roast
Yourself
over a
Red-Hot
Stove.
Use a
Duplex
Fireless
Cooker

Thousands of housewives all over the country are
waking up to the fact that they can save them themselves
selves themselves hours of hot, tiresome labor every day by
using a DUPLEX FIRELESS. Let us send
you one of our little books entitled "Roast of
Quality." It tells all about the Duplex, illustrating

the different sizes and styles, from $8
to .$25. This one shown here sells for

$17.00

Here is the
Season's Very-Biggest

PORCH
ROCKER
Special

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Nothing adds more to

summer porch than a few good, comfort

is.ocicers. 1 ne one illustrated nere is our

Special. Has double Rattan Seat and Ba

tra heavy maple frame, well braced. A

$3.75 value. FOR TEN DAYS
ONLY ....

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nPmPmnPr nis aaverusement is not exaggeraiea. inese items are ez

trated and described. Your money back if yon find the:

Promptness-!;;

Our watchword, uooas are wen pacKed and crated, ai

the eame day we receive j-our order.

FRE I G H T Irepaid on All Shipments Amounting to ?23 or Over.
to much on anything less.

KurMi-rmmiiz maim stVcompany.

We occupy this
entire 12-story

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building.

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For results put your Advertisement in the



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REPORT OF THE J1ICE COMMITTEE
To the Honorable City Council, Ocala, Florida:
Gentlemen Upon information furnished by the chairmen of the va various
rious various committees of the council, your finance committee has compiled a
statement showing the estimated recsipts and expenses of the city for the
fiscar year 1914-15, copy of which is attached hereto.
The total estimated expense i3.. $ 47,771.00
The total estimated receipts is.. ...... 14,310.00

the ocala kvemmj shr. Saturday, 3iay 23, 1014

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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 retirement of the electric light and

water work3 bonds.
The outstanding issue of these bonds is as follows:
Electric light bonds, 6s, due 1918.... .. .$ 14,200.00
Water works bonds, 53, due '1933 - 45,000.00
Your finance committee would recommend that the light and water
committee pay from their yearly earnings into the general fund of the
city, the following amounts:
Interest electric light bonds $ 852.00
Sinking fund, electric light bonds.. 3,550.00

Total.. .. $ 4,402.00
Interest water works bonds . . . 2,250.00
Sinking fund, water works bonds...- 2,250.00

Total .. 4,500.00
Such amounts for sinking fund? to be deposited with the bond trus trustees
tees trustees a3 provided by the city ordinance.
Y.ou will note the amount for the sinking fund for the retirement of
electric light bond3 is $3550. Thi3 issue will mature in-1918, and as
the previous councils made no provision lor the retirement of these
bonds, It will be necesary to raise the entire amount in the next four'
years. Respectfully submitted,
E. E. ROBINSON,
C. W. HUNTER,
M. J. ROESS,
Finance Committee.
ESTIMATED RECEIPTS

Reed.
Police Department:
Fines '..
Pound fees ..........
Lodging prisoners
Street Dept., labor ....
Pound sales
Sale concealed weapons

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4,126.75
367.00
1.75
138.10
49.90
52.00

Estimated 1914-15

3,500.00
300.00

Market Department:

$ 4,735.50

$ 1,029.50

100.00
40.00
20.00

$ 3,960.00

800.00

Finance and General:
Taxes 24,463.93
Licenses 6,207.14
Milk licenses 41.70
Delinquent pers. taxes.. 562.95
Tax redemption 113.75

Sundries

100.79 $ 31,490.26

6,500.00
50.00
600.00
300.00
100.00

$ 7,550.00

County Road Tax, 1014:

2,000.00

Total estimated receipts

ESTIMATED EXPENSES

Exp. 1913-14 Budget -1914-15

14,310.00

Market Department:
V'olice I )epartment :
Scilciris
Witness fees, cash
Feeding prisoners .
Sundry expenses .

395.00
$ 4,149.70
416.69
124.23
365.66

$ 5,056.28

4,800.00
500. 00
150.00
400.00 $

5,850.00

Sanitary lepartment:
Labor $ 4,351.75 $ 4,500.00
Feed 723.98 750.00
Equipment 3.30 500.00
Salary health officer ... 5,079.03 1,200.00 $ 6,950.00
Street Department:
Labor $ 5.126.13 $ 5,200.00
Feed 559.82 800.00
Sundry expenses 2,714.35 3,000.00
Surveying . 1,053.13 1,000.00
Laying street pavement. 22,463.55 $ 32,116.98 $ 10,000.00
Fire Department:
Salaries 3,195.50 ? 3,500.00
Equipment 75.00
Hydrant rental 5,060.00 5,500.00
Feed 382.69 4 00.00
Sundries 462.00 750.00
Supplies and repairs . 202.20 $ 9,377.39 500.00 $ 10.650.00

Public Light and AVater:
Water for public bldgs.J $ 400.00
35 arcs at $65 2,775.00
75 incand. Iight3 at $14 1,050.00
Light public bldgs, etc. t $ 5,282.46 500.00 $ 4,225.00
Cemetery:
General expenses $ 3.00 $ 3.00 50.00 $ 50.00
Finance Department:
Clerk hire $ 1,080.00 $ 2,080.00
Telephone . .. . 36.00 36.00
Sundries, stat'y, supplies 153.00 600.00
City attorney's salary. 600.00 600.00
City treas. tax collector. 600.00 600.00
Mayor's salary '. 180.00 180.00
Recorder's salary 300.00 300.00
Annual audit 500.00
Contingencies, law suits,
special atty. fees, etc. 1,417.07 $ 4,366.07 2,00.00 $ 6,896.00
Bond int. and gen bonds $ 1,100.00
Sinking fund gen. bonds 2,050.00 $ 3,150.00
Total est. expenses... $ 47,771.00

Sarasota JMIarlcott,
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 tow n. Ice boxes for fish and refrigerators for
meat, always clean and thoroughly iced.
JPHTOME 38
South 2d St., Opposite rear ol City Market.

.The Management oi 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 ccrner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
.Larger quarters, more fully equipped and will be iv.n
strictly ethicai lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 33?

FIRST TIME OUR FORCES USED AN AEROPLANE III
- WAS APRIL 25, HIHETEEH-FOURTEEN

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(By William G. Shepherd, United Press Correspondent)

Vera Cruz, Mexico, May 15. (By
mall to Xew York) Here's a school
room scene twenty-five years from
now:
Teacher Why is April 25, 1914,
famous in American history?
Up goes the hands of every boy,
waving wildly.
Teacher Willie, you may answer.
Willie Its the day on which an
aeroplane was first used in an Am American
erican American -war.
Sammy, unable to keep silent
I know more about it than that. It
happened at Vera Cruz, Mexico, and
it almost scared the Mexicans to
death. Even the cows and horses
ran away from it and the people
thought it was a terrible animal and
hid in their houses.
Jimmy, interrupting I know who
flew it, his name was Pat Bollinger.
Teacher Xo; Lieutenant Patrick
X. L. Bolinger, of Charleston, South
Carolina not Pat.
Willie-j-Thafs it. And before he
flew in an aeroplane he commanded
a sub-marine and made a target rec record
ord record with a 12-inch gun from the
battleship South Carolina. He had
light blue eyes and came from one of
the best families in the South, and
could dance as well as he eould fly j
and all his friends called him Pat,

and he never got married, because so
many girls liked him that he didn't
know which one to propose to.
Teacher Willie!
Sammy There were two men in
the aeroplane, Bolinger flew it, but
Dick Saufley rode beside him and
made a chart of all the territory
around Vera Cruz showing where
bridges were burned, tracks torn up

and wiere some Mexican soldiers
that they flew over were throwing up
entrenchments.
Teacher His name wasn't Dick.
His title was Lieutenant Richard C.
Saufley of 'Kentucky.
It is a notable fact that the first
American soldiers to use the aero aeroplane
plane aeroplane in real warfare were Southern Southerners.
ers. Southerners. Class Adjourned.
These school boys will have been
talking of an event that delighted
American refugees in Vera Cruz.
The first flight of the navy aeroplane
over Vera Cruz, followed by two
hours, the arrival of the machine on
the battleship Mississippi, Lieutenant
Commander Henry C. Mustin, of the
Pensacola (Florida) navy aviation
station, put his mechanicians to
work on two Curtis hydroplanes in
the hangar on the deck of the battle battleship
ship battleship and by the time the fleet arrived
off Vera Cruz the flying machines
were ready for immediate use. They
were lowered over the side of the
ship by cranes and they 6cudded
across the harbor to the beach under
their own power.
Within a short time Bolinger and
Saufley were in the air above the
ships and circling over the town. The
aeroplane had a tremendous effect
on the natives of Vera Cruz. Sharp Sharp-shooting
shooting Sharp-shooting from houses, which had oc occurred
curred occurred every evening since the occu occupation,
pation, occupation, ceased immediately, as the
rumor went abroad among the Mex Mexicans
icans Mexicans that the aviators would drop a
bomb on any house from which
sharpshooting occurred. In the
evening the same two aviators made
excursions far out into the country
returning with maps which indicated
to Admiral Fletcher the exact po position
sition position of the enemy, showing the
condition of the narrow and broad broad-gauge
gauge broad-gauge railroad tracks and bridges.
Admiral Fletcher highly compli complimented
mented complimented the two aviators for the
work and ordered the preparation
of maps from the charts which Sau Saufley
fley Saufley nad drawn in the air. Saufley's
charts will probably find a place in
one of the army or navy collections
in the Washington Museum.

DEATH OF A WELL
KXOWX UXIOX VETERAN

j Zephyrhills, May 22. Captain W.
B. Lowry, a well known veteran of
the civil war, died here last night,
j after an illness, from kidney troub trouble.
le. trouble. He was captain of the Sixty Sixty-second
second Sixty-second O. V. I.. He was 76 years
old. His body was shipped to his old
home in Roseville, Ohio, for burial.
His wife and son accompanied the
remains home.

Always Trying to Lasso Yonr Trade With
a Line of Goods That Taste Good.
TRV THESE
WHITE ROSE LEMOX CLIXG PEACHES, WHITE ROSE BEETS
WHITE ROSE EXTRA SUTED PEAS.
And a full lice of Sunshine Crackers in Rulk and Packages
Twenty-One Pounds of Sugar, for SI with $1 Cash Purchase of other
Groceries on Saturday and Monday Only.

J. L. Sm!TH GROCERY 'COMPANY

PIIOXE 434

HOW'S THIS
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re Reward
ward Reward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. F. J. Chenney & Co., Toledo,
Ohio.
We the undersigned, have known
P. 1. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fi financially
nancially financially able to carry out any ob obligations
ligations obligations made by his firm.
National Bank of Commerce,
Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure i3 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.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block. Ocala

j A full line of Spalding baseball
goois just in at Gerig's Reliable

5-16-tf

Drug Stores.

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Eventually You'll Buy a
FOOT)
WHY NOT NOW?
Not because it is cheaper, but because
it is BETTER and more economical ; will
stand more rough usage, will go and
COME BACK where many other cars will
NOT. Lighter on tires, more economical
on upkeep, gas and oil.' than any automo automobile
bile automobile in the world.
ROADSTER. $5004 5 -PASSENGER. $550.00.
k F. O. B. DETROIT. FULLY EQUIPPED.
EDWARD TUCKER, Agent
PHONE 439 UtALA. FLORIDA

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FOR A TORPID LIVER J
!
"I have use3 Chamberlain's Tab-;
lets off and on for the past six years
whenever my liver saosvs signs of
bein in a disoriered condition. They
have always actei quickly and given
me the desired relief.' writes Mrs.
F. H. Trubus. Sprit! ?5e!i. X. Y. For

sale by all dealer-.

Adv.

Plenty of china a: o- prices at

HE OCALA BUSINESS nOTJ.EfiE will nnpn MnnHnv 95th nt 7-30

'JP P. M. A corps of competent instructors has been secured and not

only will the Commercial Branches be taught, but also all High
School Studies and German, French and Spanish. WE HAVE

COME TO STAY, and we therefore make you this offer.
Come to school and if after the expira expiration
tion expiration of THIRTY DAYS. you are not
thoroughly satisfied you are out noth nothing
ing nothing but your time.
We know we can please anH benefit you and are willing to demonstrate the
fact. Let us help you prepare yourself for a business career. Within a few
weeks our Telegraph Department will be open for the enrollment of students
interested in telegraphy and "WIRELESS."
It is our purpose to make this one of the Largest and Best schools in the South,
but to do this we need your co-operation and support. CAN WE COUNT ON
YOU?

dDcafla IdbsSkbss CdDfltae
QJJ

L. E. Eigle, President.

The Hurray Company.

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1014

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

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

Teachers Off on Vacations
Within the next few days the
teachers in the city public schools,
except those living in the city, will
be scattered to all the points of the
compass. They go to their various
homes, some for the entire summer,
while others will spend a good share
of their vacations attending summer
schools and thus making themselves
more efficient for the next year's
work.
Principal J. H." Workman will re remain
main remain in Ocala until the middle of
June, finishing tip the many details
incident to the close of the year's
labors. He will then go to Talla Talla-i
i Talla-i hassee to be one of the instructors
of the summer normal, after which
he will visit at hi3 old home in
Clarksville, Tenn.
Miss Tommie Abernathy will leave
Tuesday for her home in Pulaski,
Tenn., and from there will enter the
University of Chicago, to spend the
remainder of the summer studying.

Tuesday Miss Carrie Deen will
leave for her home in Gainesville
and after a month's visit there will
go to CSTew York to enter Columbia
-University for an eight week's
course.
Miss "Katherine Scott leaves Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday also, going to her home in Co Columbia,
lumbia, Columbia, Tenn., for a fortnight visit,
after which she will commence a
course of study at the Peabody sum summer
mer summer school, Nashville. The above
teachers comprise the high school
faculty.
Miss Mollie McKenzie of the 8th
grade, will visit Mrs. J. W. Davis
for a few days, leaving then for her
home in Marshallville, Ga., and later
will join the students at Columbia
University, taking a summer course
either in primary or high school
work.

Miss Elizabeth Mizelle will re remain
main remain in the city until next week,
going then to her home at Orange
Lake for a month before leaving for
South Carolina.
Wednesday Miss Elizabeth May's
will start on a series of delightful
visits to friends in the state, going

first to Clearwater to visit Miss Sue
Barco. Probably she, too, will enter
Columbia University, but before do doing
ing doing so will make a visit to her par parents
ents parents in Monticello.
Miss Ethel Robinson will not re return
turn return to her home in Vermont but
will visit her sister in Belleview until
the opening of the teachers normal
in Gainesville, June loth.
Miss Mary Alice Bell will spend
her vacation in Moultrie and Lump Lumpkin,
kin, Lumpkin, Ga., and next winter will teach
either in St. Petersburg or Bartow.
Mrs. W. T. Evans will return to
Belleview Monday and later will
visit her mother, Mrs. Seymour, at
Hastings.
Miss Allie Mathews of Reddick
leaves shortly for Floral City, and
Miss Edith Griffin to her home on
the lower East Coast.
Of the home teachers, Miss Nellie
Stevens, principal of the primary
school, will spend June at home and
July and August teaching in the
Jacksonville normal. Beyond that
her plans are indefinite, except that
she will take a trip either into the
Georgia mountains on? to the sea sea-coast.
coast. sea-coast. Mrs. A. M. Rochford will
spend the entire summer at Pleasant
Hill farm, southwest of town. Mrs.
Wesson will visit her parents in
Chattanooga and Miss Eunice Marsh
leaves immediately for Zolfo to visit
her sister, possibly until the reopen reopening
ing reopening of school. Miss Fannie Clark
will probably visit her nephew, Mr.
Moses Liddell, in New York,. the lat latter
ter latter part of the summer, and until

then will divide her time visiting her
sister at-Sparr. Mrs. Rexie Green

Todd has made no definite plans and

Miss Eugenia Fuller will conclude
her vacation with visits to relatives
and friends in South Carolina.
Miss Mary Hood, who has been
visiting her cousin, Mrs. B. X. Xorris
since the Confederate reunion, left
this afternoon for her home in Mo

bile, Ala..
Mrs. E. J. Mills-Price and little
Miss Hope Mills-Price went to

WHAT STYLE HAT
DO YOU WANT?

FURNISHINGS
TOO

CENTLEMEN:-
YOU WANT A STYLISH NEW HAT. DON HYOU?
THEN COME TOIUS.'lSSISl LC
YOU WANT YOUR UNDERWEAR. HOSE. SHIRTS
AND TIES TO FIT RIGHT. FEEL RIGHT. BE RIGHT
AND WEAR A LONG TIME ALSO. THEN COME TO
US. TONE. STRENGTH AND A LOW PRICE FOR
HIGH QUALITY IS WHAT WE GIUE YOU WHEN YOU
BUY FROM US. COME IN.
SPECIAL THIS WEEK :
' ONE LOT LADIES' WASH DRESSES. WHITE AND
s
COLORED. AT $2.98. THESE ARE GREAT UALUES
AND ARE BEING SOLD AT LESS THAN HALF PRICE.

Ocala, Florida

Gainesville this afternoon for an
over-night visit to their cousins, Mr.
and Mrs. Kline Graham. Mrs. Mills Mills-Price
Price Mills-Price and daughter expect to leave
June 3rd for their home in Boston.
A Correction
On account of the absence of Mrs.
A. L. Izlar, Miss Cecile Downs will
have her recital at the home of Mrs.
VV. T. Gary on Monday, June Sth.
Mrs. B. B. Ricker, of Jacksonville,
is the guest of Mrs. C. L. Bittinger,
at her home on South Watula street.
Mrs. Ricker formerly lived in Mar Marion
ion Marion county and will visit friends at
South Lake Weir for a few weeks
before returning home.
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Mr. and Mrs Guy Toph and child children
ren children returned last night from Green
Springs, where they have been
spending several weeks most pleas pleasantly.
antly. pleasantly. Lakeland Telegram. j
Miss Annie Sharp, who is a mem member
ber member of the Washington Seminary
faculty in Atlanta, will not return to
Ocala this summer, but will leave
Monday for Alexandria Bay, X. Y., to
isit her sister, Mrs. C. F. Benjamin,
until the opening of school.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Moody, who
have been making their home in this
city for several months, left today
for Jacksonville, where they expect
to remain for some time.

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Rev. and Mrs. Bunyan Stephens
and son McClure, after a fortnight's
absence, returned home Friday from
Nashville, where the former attend attended
ed attended the Baptist convention, and the
two latter from delightful visits to
friends in Kissimmee.
Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Pittman of

j Jacksonville are in the city visiting

Dr. Pittman's father, Mr. J. A. Pitt Pitt-man.
man. Pitt-man. They came through the coun country
try country in their car. 1
:
Mrs. Jessie Emmerson of Gaines-
A
ville is a visitor to the city today,
coming down wit ha party of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmerson formerly
lived in Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Williams went

to Brooksville this afternoon to visit
Mrs. Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs.

H. S. Zoller for a few days.
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins has return returned
ed returned from a brief visit to Mrs. Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery In Micanopy.
a- r
Mr. W. J. Frink was a visitor
from Levon Friday afternoon. Mr.
Frink recently returned from a visit
to his father and sisters at Jasper.
Miss Majorie Taylor, who has
been on the sick list for the past two
weeks, Is out again, and able to re resume
sume resume her place in Frank's store.
The friends of Mrs. S. E. Water Waterman
man Waterman will be sorry to learn that she
is now carrying her arm in a sling
as the result of a severe sprain sus sustained
tained sustained a few nights ago by a fall in
her room.
Mrs. H. AV. Rawls and children,
who left a few days ago for their
summer visit to Clemonsville, S. C,
have arrived safely at their destina destination.
tion. destination. a m ar
Invitations are out announcing the
forthcoming marriage of Mfss May
Zellner of Floral City to Mr. E. Ray
King on the 31st inst. The bride is
one ofthe most fascinating young
ladies in Citrus county, loved and
admired by all who know her, and
the groom is a yo ng man -..well and
favorably known in Florida. Inver Inverness
ness Inverness Chronicle.
m m m
M. J. Roess and family were Sat Saturday
urday Saturday visitors at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. Reaves. Mr. Roess is one
of Ocala's substantial business men,
being the president and principal
owner of the Roess Lumber Com Company
pany Company and the Ocala Lumber & Sup Supply
ply Supply Company. He and his good wife
have hosts of friends here 'who are
always glad to greet them. Inver Inverness
ness Inverness Chronicle.
Mrs. Lillie Belle Beville entertain entertained
ed entertained a few friends Sunday at dinner
the occasion being In honor of Mr.
S. R. Long's birthday. The guests
were Miss Pearl Crow of Webster,
Miss Clayton and John Long of
Ocala, Mrs. Arthur Mays and S. R.
Long of this city. The occasion will
long be pleasantly remembered by

those present. Bushnell Times.

MIASMS

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We have them, and they are good ones. They
have wear and service, besides the snap that is part

of good shoes.

In Button and Lace, in Patent, Gun-metal and Tan.
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This line is a strong one, and one that it will pay
you to inspect when in need of boys ; shoes.

ir M59 M(ffl CMir(Bi9 Sites
Are of the usual high standard, Style and Shape.

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preside at the pipe organ. A chorus
of twenty-five voices will render
"The Heavens of Telling," from
Hayden's Oratorio Creation, which
will be the most pretentious rendi rendition
tion rendition ever attempted by a chorus of
home talent.

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Grace Church (Episcopal)
(Corner S. Broadway and Watula
St. Rev. Jas. G. Glass, Rector; resi residence,
dence, residence, 311 S. Broadway; phone 415.)
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer, litany
and sermon.
7:30 p. m. Evening prayer.

Choir practice 7:30 p. m. Friday.
Meetings of vestry and societies a1
hours appointed.
Presbyterian
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge. D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon.
3 p. m. Junior Mission Society.
7:30 p. m. Sermon.
Subject, "Paul's Preaching."
There will be no morning service,
the congregation uniting with the
other churches in the commence commencement
ment commencement services held in the Methodist
church.
A cordial invitation is extended to
the public and all strangers in the
city.
Methodist
Rev. J. M. Gross, D. D., Pastor.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11a. m. Morning service.
Baccalaureate sermon for the city
schools, by Rev. Bunyan Stephens.
3 p. m. Junior League.
4 p. m. Senior League.

Pace that Kills." The men are. in invited
vited invited especially to hear this sermon.
There have been 14 conversions in
all during: the meeting.

A CASE OP DESTITUTION

BACCALAUREATE SERMON

The baccaluareate sermon for the
1914 commencement of the Ocala
high school will be preached at the
Methodist church by Rev. Bunyan
Stephens tomorrow morning.
The music will be In charge of Mr.
A. E. Gerig and a specially arranged
program has been prepared for the
occasion. Miss Byrd Wartmann will

30 p. m. Sermon.

Subject, "Religion Not a Vain
Thing."
All cordially invited. Strangers
welcome.
Church of Christ
(Roy B. Bowers, Minister)
10 a. m. Sunday school. -All
seats free and everyone wel welcome.
come. welcome. No preaching in the morning In
recognition of the baccalaureate ser sermon
mon sermon at the Methodist church.
The meetings will close at the
Christian church Sunday night.
Evangelist C. O. Woodward will
preach a special sermon on "The

There is a very sad case In the city
of a destitute family. Mrs. Barron
and her three small children are in
the city without any means of sup support
port support whatever, possessing only their
clothing. Mrs. Barron came from
Arlington, Georgia. Her husband
died several months ago, after ling lingering
ering lingering an invalid for years, and the
poor woman wore herself out and ex exhausted
hausted exhausted her resources caring for him
and her children. The smallest child
Is a hopeless and helpless cripple,
can neither walk nor speak, and

while seven years of age, looks she

about three. She has to be carried

or wheeled in a carriage wherever
the mother goes. The other two are
hoys, about nine and eleven years of
age, bright, healthy chaps. Mr. Ben
Raysor has rented a cottage in the
north end of town for the family and
paid the rent himself. Messrs. John
and -Will Moore paid their hotel bill
for two or three days and the King's
Daughters for another day or two.

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: For Good Wood :
BIG Load for 01.
Your Order will have
0 Immediate Attention.
:J. L SMOAR j
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

THIS is but one of the many
artistic efficient, and durable
fixtures e have in stock. J Write,
or call on us for quotations on any anything
thing anything you need for lighting your
home, office or place of business.
Our prices and quality are guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed to please you.
J Prompt service.
The Folxry of thia firm h good
xa1u and fair treatment, and
upon our reputation along Oa
hne ue toitck your patronage
fierce lefiric Co.
303 Franklin Street,
TAMPA, FLORIDA.

. The family now have nothing to put

in the house to live on or with, and
are absolutely at the mercy of the

t public Mrs. Barron says she is wlll-

j ing to do any kind -of work, scrubb

ing, cooking or sewing if it is given
to her, and the largest boy Is able
to do any kind of work that a boy
of his age can do.
- The family was sent to Plant City
by the churches of their home town.
This is a favorite method of getting
rid of poor and destitute families.
It is much easier and less expensive
to make up a lump sum of cash, tell
them of a place where there is plen plenty
ty plenty of work and an easy living, and
send them on dump them on to an-

otner community, as it were. At
Plant City they found work at pick picking
ing picking berries, but could get no roof to
cover their heads, .and the people
there sent them on to Ocala. Is it
not better for the family and the
community to get them work and
help them at the start to become
self-supporting than to merely send
them on again to some other commu community?
nity? community? Any contribution of food, cloth clothing
ing clothing or money that you may haTe to
give the family will reach them If
left with Mrs. Bittinger,. of the Kings
Daughters, the Star office or Mr.
Raysor.

CHAMBERLAIN'S L.IXIMENT

This preparation is Intended es especially
pecially especially for rheumatism, larne-hAck.
sprains and like ailments. It h a
favorite with people who are well ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with its splendid qualities.
Mrs. Charles Tanner. Wabash, Ind.,
says of It, "I have found Chamber Chamber-Iain's
Iain's Chamber-Iain's Liniment the best thing for
lame back and sprains I have -ever
used. It works like a charm and re relieves
lieves relieves pain and soreness. It has teen
need by others of my family as Well
as myself for upwards of twenty
years." 25 and 50 cent bottles. For
sale by all dealers. AdVp



THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY. 3LVY 23. 1914

SOME MORE STATISTICS
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REAL ESTATE

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

Mr. Meffert Submits Another Hatch
of Figures in the Klectric
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V. II. McRAI.NEY,
Vice Presid.
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Vice President.
B. C. vfB,

BLITCH, President

D. C. STIL.ES, Jr.,
Cashier.
V. V. WHEELER,
Assistant Cashier.

Chairman of the Board.

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Many People Out on the Square Last
Night to Listen to the Band
Music

Special Department tor Savings, f

The Jacksonville municipal elec-

10c. to 4 c. per k. w. hour, has paid

an cnarges, earned a surplus or
$350,000 and has been a big factor
in attracting new industries which
has increased the population from
27,000 in 1901, to S0.000 in 1913.

Lnder a rate of 2c. per k. w. hour

for cooking purposes, the local gas

company objected; the city replied,
that since 2c. electricity is equiv equivalent
alent equivalent to 40c. gas, the gas company's
remedy was to sell gas at that price
and compete. Those that use gas
for cooking and lighting in Ocala
can draw a comparison which is the
cheapest in Ocala.
The above should open the eyes
of-our taxpayers. It shows that the
Jacksonville gas company objected
to a low rate for cooking purposes;
it no doubt objected to a lower rate

for lighting. Since electricity and
gas are competitive interest, a pe-'
culiar condition exists in Ocala. The
chairman of our city council is man-

ager of the gas company, at a good j
salary, and his duty is to make as
much money for his people as he
possibly can. The city of Ocala
does not pay her councilmen one
cent for duties they perform. Which
interest should our chairman serve
most? The interest where he gets
his living, or the city that pays him
nothing? If I owned the gas plant

There was a big crowd on the pub public
lic public square last night to enjoy the first

band concert of the season. The
evening was most pleasant, the tem temperature
perature temperature being exactly right, the
bandsmen played even better than
ever and not only the people on the
square, but all in hearing rejoiced
in the music.
The kiddies were out In full force,
and certainly had a happy time
romping on the grass. They make
some confusion, but the noise they
create in having their fin has a
music of its own.
These Friday night concerts are
the most delightful feature of our
summer seasons. We should be very
glad to give up the very small
amount of money necessary to pay
for the very large and widespread
amount of pleasure given by the con concerts.
certs. concerts. Some public-spirited citizen should
go around at once and collect the
coin necessary to pay the rockbot-

tom expense. The Star knows where
he can raise the first dollar.

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We have completed the survey, of this
rich tract, and will soon publish an exacft
cut showing the subdivision.
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A BIG BATCH OF PROTESTS

There were just 150 different pro protests
tests protests filed in writing last night be before
fore before the city council, from that
many different property owners, pro protesting
testing protesting against the assessment of
their properties, as made by the city,
council some time since, while sit

ting on a board of equalization.

in Ocala, it would be to my Interest Som of the Drotests covered as

to have the city purchase its current many as 25 different pieces of prop prop-at
at prop-at the switchboard at a fixed price rty and neariy all of them covered
for a term of years no one could ,two or more Xhe COUncil was in

session till 11 o'clock, and did not
finish reading the protests, but will

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MERCHANT'S BLOCK.

furnish it for a few years only) this
would enable me to figure the price

or current to me consumer, n zc. continue them at next meeting. The

body 'will take time and deliberate

per k. w. hour is equivalent to 4 0c.
gas, 8c. per k. w. hour would mean
$1.60 for gas. If gas can be man manufactured
ufactured manufactured for $1.50 or less, at a
profit, and the city is under contract
to purchase current at the switch switchboard,
board, switchboard, under such conditions I could
stay in the gas business and make it
pay. On the other hand, if the city

on each piece of property and pass
on same at its leisure. Present at
the meeting were Chairman Hunter,
Councilmen Fausett, Smith, Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, Roess and Knight. Absent,
Councilmen Bennett, Carmichael and
Tolar. Quite a good many citizens

were present to raise their voices in

look

makes its own current, each council npr.nn!l1 nrrtst or to merelv

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on and see the fun."

DID YOU. EVER HAVE 'ENOUGH ICE CREAM WHEN YOU
WERE A LITTLE KID?
WELL, BUY A FREEZER FROM US AND HAVE ALL YOU
WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT FOR YOUR CHILDREN AND
YOURSELF.
AND ALWAYS REMEMBER, THAT WE ARE THE PEOPLE
FOR YOUR HARDWARE.

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1 Phone 118,
I OCALA, FLORIDA

The
Laundry
That
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Ocala
Famous

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To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Business.
Ocala Steam Laundry

402-401 S. Main Street
OCALA, FLORIDA

Phone JO l.

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TWO LARGE ORDERS COMBINE

would fix rates to consumers and re

duce them from time to time, accord

ing to the cost of production, which.

in my opinion, will be made less, as
new and up-to-date machinery is in-, For some time there has been a

stalled, and put me out of the gas mnramPnt nn rnnt inniHnjr trt tho

usiness on short order. 'consolidation of the Knights of the

What Our Electric Light Plant Has.Macabees of the World and the

Done Knights of the Modern Macabees,
The electric light plant paid into'two of the country', strong fraternal

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. BtTRNETT,
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The Reliable Jeweler, 3Ierch'ants' Block, Ocala, FU.

the general fund, from Sept. 1.

1907 to June 1, 1911, $20,500, be-'

sides spending over $12,500 for ex extensions
tensions extensions of lines and improvements

to the plant. From June 1, 1911, to

October 1, 1913. the electric light

plant paid into the general fund
$22,850; also spent $5,100 in ex extensions
tensions extensions of lines and improvements

orders

A few days ago the board of trus trustees
tees trustees of the former organization con confirmed
firmed confirmed the consolidation with the
latter and in future it will be known
as the Knights of the Macabees of
the World. The present officers of
the Modern Macabees will be placed
in charge of the Great Camp of

10c. to 8c. per k. w. hour to the

consumers in Nqvember, 1911. A
very good showing indeed. This

makes me ask again, why ask for
bids to furnish current at the switchboard?

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on plant. This was accomplished -". me loages locaiea

after current had been reduced from outside r tn state of Michigan will

be placed under the state jurisdic jurisdictions
tions jurisdictions where located.
There are several lodges of the
Modern Macabees in this state all of
which will be under the supervision
of A. C. Hamrick, state commander

I am laboring to save the people ot F1ra, Knights of the Macabees

or the world, rms Drings aDout
65,000 members to the Knights of
the Macabees of the World, giving
them a combined membership of

understanding about 400,000.

Mr. Hamrick is now in the city on
a visit to relatives and is very much

new arrangements

of Ocala what rightfully belongs to
them and should never be disposed
of. In my proposal to the city coun council
cil council I asked for a twenty-five-year

franchise, with the

that I would pay the city $40,000 for
the privilege at the rate dt $2,000 a

year after the first five years, and lat yer the

left it optional for the city to pur- ot the Macabees.
chase, after the expiration of fifteen
years. As to nobody asking for a COMPANY LOST THE CASE
franchise, neither has anyone inti- Tampa Tribune: Decision in fa-

mated that he will furnish current vor of Mrs. Kate Hobbs, widow of
to the consumers. It is not hard for the late E. D. Hobbs, was rendered
a practical business man to under- in the circuit court at noon yester yester-stand
stand yester-stand my proposition to the people day by Judge F. M. Robles in the
of Ocala. The rate I agree to fur- 6uit begun recently by the New York
nish current to the consumers for is Life Insurance Company to have the
the maximum charge during the life policy cancelled on the ground of
of my contract. What I want the alleged fraud. The court decided
people of Ocala to know is this, that that there had been no fraud in se se-it
it se-it is not necessary to raise the price curing of the $2,500 policy by Mrs.
of current to the consumers. Under Hobbs and made a decree that Mrs.
proper management the plant will Hobbs be given $2,733, principal

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still make money. J. M. Meffert
Ocala, Fla., May 23, 1914.

and also attorneys

FRESH EGGS THAT ARE FRESH
EVERY ONE GUARANTEED.
Call PIhioiniB lOS.

W. H. MARSH

City Market

DAVIDSON-SHAW

and interest.

! fees.
j Following the death of the late
' Mr. Hobbs, who was one of Tampa's

: best known citizens, the insurance
Miss Effie Davidson, daughter of company refused to pay the policy,
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Davidson and Mr. contending that Mr. Hobbs, when
C. R. Shaw, of Tarpon Springs, questioned by the medical examiner,
were married at Meredith Sunday, stated that he had never suffered

May 17, in the presence of the im- from Brighf's disease, of which he
mediate families and chosen friends, died soon afterwards, whereas, the

Rev. Sample officiating. Mr. Shaw company claimed, he must have been
is a prominent business man of Tar- aware of his condition. Mrs. Hobbs
pon Springs and Miss Davidson ranks began suit to collect tthe money,
among the best teachers of our coun- Tvhich was followed by a suit on the

IF YOUR Indestructo Trunk
should be destroyed to today;
day; today; you would receive one
just like it, free.
You would not be forced
to buy a new trunk; because
you would be protected by
the rigid 5 year Indestructo

Guarantee
h Your trunk is built to stand the
severest travel usage, regardless of
E what happens, or how far you travel.
, That protection Is the biggest rea-
'& son why you should own an Inde-
j structo.
There "are many others; -chief
X among which is the Indestructo
Trunk itself.
The Indestructo is built with, the
X idea of your comfort and conven-
ience uppermost in our mind; you"
will agree to this after you have
S seen the trunk.
I B. GOLDMAN
J Why Pay More Ocala, Fla.
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ty. Bushnell Times-Democrat.

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents

Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf the supreme court.

part of the company to cancel the
' policy. The two cases were joined
! and the decision of the court yester yesterday
day yesterday means the final settlement of the
matter unless an appeal Is taken to

FAKE BSyAITxieE
Is a Present Day Necessity.
I represent a strong line of Companies
That will carry your risks.

F. OITT

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OCALA, FLORIDA

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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1014
ANNOUNCEMENTS
highly or tried harder to deserve it
than I. Alfred Ayer.
SPECIAL 31EETING BOARD
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

I We Aire nn?si(nlqniiisiinlei?s

STATE ATTORNEY'

"s'tx it
r -few-' $ 1 1

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.

James R. Moorhead
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 31. 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.

SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
I am a- candidate for supervisor of
registration and will appreciate the
vote of every white democrat in
Marion county. D. M. Barco.

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

. STATE SENATE

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

lion 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-ton
ton Mar-ton County: I am a candidate for
member of the House of Representa Representatives,
tives, Representatives, from our county, in the next
legislature, and subject to your de decision
cision decision at the polls in the democratic
primary June 2nd, 1914.
Very respectfully,
Cltra, Fla. W. J. Crosby.

TAX COLLECTOR

W. L. Colbert
To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marlon
lon Marlon County: I hereby announce my myself
self myself a candidate for re-nomination
for the office of tax collector of Mar Marion
ion Marion county.
I thank the voters of Marion coun county
ty county 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

W. D. Cam
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. Cam.

RAND

CEDENT

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.

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

COMMISSIONER SECOND DISTRICT
J. AV. 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 n 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 fa'yorable consideration of
my candidacy, I am, Yours truly,
J. F. Parker.

Notice is hereby given that the
board of public instruction for the
county of Marion, state of Florida.
until 2 o'clock p. m., June 5, 1914,
will receive sealed bids for the erec erection
tion erection of an addition to Ocala primary
school building, and plumbing of
said addition, situated in the city of

Ocala, Florida, according to plans
and specifications prepared by Mc Mc-Iver
Iver Mc-Iver & MacKay, which will be on file
in the office of the superintendent of
public instruction at the Marion
county courthouse, in Ocala, Florida,
on and after May 9, 1914, copies of
which may be obtained from the ar architects
chitects architects by making deposit for same
at their office in Ocala, Florida. Bids
may be made for either the erection
of said addition, or the plumbing of
same, separately, or bids may be

made for both jointly. A deposit in
the form of a certified check in the
sum of five per cent of the amount
thereof much accompany each bid.
The said beard reserves the right to
reject any or all bids. Bids should
be mailed to J. H. Brinson, secre secretary,
tary, secretary, Ocala, Florida.
The Board of Public Instruction for
the County of Marion, State of
Florida, By J. H. Brinson,
5-6-tf Secretary.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

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.

W. AV. 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
the office. W. W. Stripling.
FOR TAX ASSESSOR

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.

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

Notice is hereby given to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distributeees, and all
persons having claims or demands
against the estate of Edward Lee
Howell, deceased, to present the
same to the undersigned In the City
of Ocala, Florida, within the time
prescribed by law.
Dated April 23, 1914.
4-25-9t-sat Kate B. Howell,
As Administratrix of the Estate of
Edward Lee Howell, Deceased.

PROFESSIONAL CARDS

I. E. CHACE
Dental Surgeon

Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250

OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms cash.

F. BLALOCK
Dental Surgeon

Office Over Commercial Ban
Phone 211

OCALA, FLORIDA

before.

S. R. Pyles.

COMMISSIONER FIFTH DISTRICT
W. Luffman j
I nereoy announce my candidacy'
for re-election for county commis-j
sioner for the fifth district of Marion

county, subject to action of the June
primary. Respectfully,
W. Luffman.
Sparr, Fla., April 7, 1914.

B. L. Barlow
To the Democratic Voters:
I hereby announce my candidacy

for commissioner from the fifth com-j

PIANO TUNING
J. E. FRAMPTON
formerly of Lamar, )Io., is now
located in Ocala. Expert work
guaranteed. References given. Call
or address 229 Daugherty Street,
Ocala, Fla.

Alfred Ayer
I am a candidate for re-election.
Yon never voted for a man in your

life who appreciated the favor more

missioner.'s district of Marion coun-
ty, subject to the action of the com-j
ing democratic primary election. If;
elected, I will perform the duties of j
the office to the best of my ability.

Your support will be appreciated.
B. L. Barlow.
Evinston, Fla., May 11, 1914.

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, FLORID

Ocala, Fla., May 191914.
. The board of public Instruction in
and for Marion county met in special
session as per adjournment on May
6th, 1914.
Present and acting were V. D.
Carn, chairman, and B. R. Blitch,
member, and J. H." Brinson, secre secretary.
tary. secretary. Mr. John Grantham, the other
member, came In at 11:30.
Superintendent C. H. Tompkins,
of Sumter county, called and pre presented
sented presented a bill for $30" for attendance
of Marion county line pupils in Sum Sumter
ter Sumter county, which was ordered paid.
Messrs. Stephens and Clemens,
trustees of the Sparr school, called
and conferred with the board in re regard
gard regard to the salaries of their teach teachers
ers teachers for the ensuing term. They made
request that the proceeds of the sale
of their old school house of $140,
which had been deposited in the
general school fund, be applied to
the discharge of that amount of in indebtedness
debtedness indebtedness for them. This was
agreed to by the board. They also
reported that Mr. J. W.Johnson who
had been elected as one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Sparr district, declined to
serve and that the people recomend recomend-ed
ed recomend-ed Mr. J. E. Thomas to be apDoint-

i
ed in his place. This -was ordered
;done.
Messrs. Perkins, Redding and
; Granger, of the Shady school, called

and made request for the erection of
a new building 32x40 feet in size.
It was agred to have some one figure
on the price of a building with a 10-

! foot porch in front, and brick piers

and flue. The people agreed to haul

the lumber from the railroad to the
school site.
Mr. Price of Callahan, called and
showed sample .of Callahan brick
and made price to the board, deliver delivered
ed delivered at $7.50 per thousand, in carload
lots.
Afternoon Session
The board took up the matter of
fixing salaries of teachers to be paid
from the county funds for the ensu ensuing
ing ensuing term of six months. The follow-!
ing appropriations were made, leav

ing out several of the places as the
terms had not closed and the final

i reports were not yet in. The appro-

'priations for white schools were bas based
ed based upon $2.50 per average pupil for
preceding term as far as practical:

j Belleview $80 for principal and $50

for assistant; Fantville, $49; Red Red-dick
dick Red-dick $80 for principal and $40 for J
assistant; Pine Level $40; Weirsdale
$50; Citra $75, $75, $50; Griner,'
Farm $75 and $50; Buck Pond $50;
Sparr $75 and $40; Candler $40;
Fellowship $75 & $30; Electra $40;
Blitchton $45; Martel $60; Fort'
King $35; Capulet $35; Linadale
$35; Cotton Plant $35; Orange Lake

S40; Oak Hill $40; Moss Bluff $50;
Fairfield, $75, $40 and $25;

Charter Oak $50; Pedro $75 and
$50; Kendrick $75; Oklawaha $50
and $35; Heidtville $35; Pleasant
Hill $35; Fort McCoy $75 and $50;
Anthony $75, $50 and $50; Sum Summerfield
merfield Summerfield $60 and $40; Homeland

$35; Shiloh $50; Shady $50; Cen-:

tral $40; Irvine $40; Goins $40;
Marshville $50;' Eureka $40; Bay

Lake $40; Orange Springs $55;;
Lake Bryant $40; Grahamville $60; j
Indian Mound $45? Key Pond $45;!

Romeo $40; Greenwood $45; Lowell
$50; Patt's Island $40; Ebenezer
$50; Mill Creek $40; Dallas $50;
Paisley $40; Burbank $40; Turner
Farm $45; Keystone $40; Derby
$40.
The appropriations for the colored
schools were as follows, leaving over

several schools, the reports of which 1

are not kyet in :
are not yet in: Mt. Tabor $35 and
$25; Gum Springs $25 and $15;
Mt. Zion $40, $30 and $15; Lakeside
$35; Boardman $35 and $25; Clark Clark-ville
ville Clark-ville $35, $25, $15; Moore's Pond
$25; Hard Rock $45, $35, $25; We-

tumpka $35, $15; Blaze Pond $35;
$30, $15; Elmwood $35, $15; Pine
Grove $35, $25; Bethlehem $35,
$25; Wesley Chapel $30; Hog Pond
$30; St. Peters $25; Magnolia $25;
Sulphur Springs $25, $15; Freestone
$25; Palmetto $35; Evergreen $5,
$15; Mt. Pleasant $30; Montague

$40, $35, $15; Roper's Farm $35,'
$25, $15; Mt. Pelier $30; Mt. Royal;
$35, $15; Christian $25; Stanton
$30; Rock Sink $25; Jerusalem $25,
$25; Silver Springs $30; Mt. Olive
$35, $25; Riverside $25; Hopewell
$35, $25, $15; Black Sink $25;
Hawthorne $35, $25; Baldwin $30;
Orange Creek $25; Liberty Chapel
$35, $25; East Lake $25; Wacula
$25.
Xo further business appearing, the
board adjourned to meet in regular
session Thursday, June 4, instead of
at the regular time on acount of the
teachers' examination. j
J. H. Brinson, Secretary. i

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lowest figures. We lead In all kinds of Farming Machinery;
Agents for the Fomous all Steel Moline Plows, one horse Disc
Cultivators, McCormick Binders, Mowers, Rakes. Reapers and
IHC Binder Twine. Agents for the Fairbanks Morse Gas and
Oil Engines and Outfits. We have a full line of Automobile sup sup-piles
piles sup-piles and accessories. We lead in our line and can save you money
on anything you buy from us.

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Corner Oklawaha Avenue and Main Street.
The J. D. Robertson Building.-
A Fall Line of Gbolce
liquors, asd Beer.
Courteous Service and Choice Goods Dis Dispensed
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Prompt attention and best of service to
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Soce of Oar Lrs'tea Drcds of IVtlsiey:
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Kentucky Taylor Rye, Silver Brook,
Harlem Club, Mount Vernon,
And a full line of Gins, Wines and Brandies.
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SAVES DAUGHTER
AuVice of Mother no Donbt Pre Prevent!
vent! Prevent! Daughter's Untimely End.
Ready, Ky. I was not able to do
anything for nearly six months," writes
Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and
was down in bed for three months.
1 cannot tell you how I suffered with
my head, and with nervousness and
womanly troubles.
Our family doctor told my husband he
could not do me any good, and he had
to give it up. We tried another doctor,
but he did not help me.
At last, my mother advised me to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought
it was no use for i was nearly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any good. But
1 took eleven bottles, and now 1 am able
to do all of my work and my own
washing.
1 think Cardui is the best medicine in
the world. My weight has increased,
and I look the picture of health.
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui
today. Delay is dangerous. We know
it will help you, for it has helped so
many thousands of other weak women
in the past 50 years.
At all druggists.
Writ ts Chattanooea Medicine Co., Ladies
Advisory Dept.. ChaUanooga, Tenn., for Strcial
Instructions on your case and 64-page book, "Home
1 reatment for Women." in plain wrapper. N.C 1 S3
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.
F. J. Burden, C. C
Chas K. Sage. Clerk.

Advertise In the Star for results.

WOMAN'S CLUB WORK

. keeping," Mrs. Frederick asserts, was
Mrs. O. T. Green, Editor for May 'the result of several years' work and
: .... experiment, and was the first to em em-Scientific
Scientific em-Scientific Management in the Home! P&asize methods, and the personal

The home is the last of the great
industries remaining without scien scientific
tific scientific organization. Every other di division
vision division of the work of the world, re remarks
marks remarks Christine Frederick, author
of "The New Housekeeping," writ writing
ing writing in the Review of Reviews, has
become more or less emancipated
from personal drudgery, from the
ancient apprentice system, from un un-standardized
standardized un-standardized work and pay. For
this reason those who formerly en-
tered the ranks of household work workers
ers workers are now attracted to other occu occupations.
pations. occupations. In the United States fam-:
ilies employing servants number only
eight per cent, of the population,:
which means that the average Amer American
ican American woman does the bulk of her
own house work. She is beginnig to
realize that mere feeling, slaving de devotion,
votion, devotion, and manual work no longer
entirely solves her problems.
"The old home which manufacture
ed for all its needs within its own
walls, demanded chiefly labor and
manual skill. The modern home de demands
mands demands much less manual skill, but
vastly more mental and spiritual
qualities. The old-fashicned woman
- no matter how attractive in ro romance
mance romance cannot compete with the re requirements
quirements requirements of today. She is only a
housekeeper and her housekeeping
is far below modern standards! .
"The efficiency idea is a truly Am American
erican American ideal and solution. It has
caught the need of man's world with
genius and effectiveness; and be because
cause because American men and women are
really close to each other in spirit
(necessarily six million women work
side by side with, the men), the ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency idea is probably going to do
for women exactly what it is 'doing
for men. In fact, it is a splendid sign
that the sexes are joining their
spheres and making toward the Teal
ideal of comradeship, when the same
ideal of efficiency takes hold of them
both.
4 'If the home is to survive it must
do so on a reorganibed basis. No in
dustry founded upon admittedly un
willing, uninterested millions can
continue to operate; yet everybody
admits the tremendous discontent
among home women. As at present
operated, American housekeeping is
distasteful to admittedly the liveliest
and most intelligent portion of
housekeepers and is only indured in
a dull way by the masses of women."
'.'"'"
The New Idea of Housekeeping
More than ten years ago Charles
and Mary Barnard started a house household
hold household experiment station at Darien,
Conn. Professor Barnard, himself
a technical engineer, was the first to
study domestic tools and devices
from the point of view of the trained
mechanical student. He believed
that there was too much guess work
in housekeeping, and spent much
Ltime in developing data, especially

on the use of the newer fuels and! devices. Every minute, it is said, a
labor-saving appliances. Next Mrs new egg-beater is born. The domest domest-Mary
Mary domest-Mary Patterson, in Colonia, N. J., ic science schools are turning their
under the auspices of the 'New Jersey attention to the practical side of the
Federation of Women's Clubs, caus-1 work. So are the universities, es es-ed
ed es-ed wide-spread comment and inter-, pecially Cornell and the University

est by equipping an exhibition kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, laundry and dining room with
many of the jnost modern devices for

saving labor. j with the Farmers Institutes, of
"It was her purpose to demon-j which forty-eight are .held every
strate the increased efficiency which year thruout the state under the di di-is
is di-is possible in a home where machin- j under auspices of the agricultural
ery electric stoves, vacuum clean- j Then, there are short courses last last-ersT
ersT last-ersT incinerators, etc., are used to re- ing from three days to a week, held
place the time and labor of servants, j under theauspices of the agricultural
Numbers of women and men visited : extension. In these, the farmers have
her home before she dismantled the ; lectures and demonstrations. Every
exhibition; and her inspiring person-j year beginning the last week in Jan Jan-al
al Jan-al message to these visitors on thejuary and lasting thru the first week
art, as well as science of home-mak- j in February, the college of agricul agricul-ing,
ing, agricul-ing, "did much to advance the rapid-jture holds a two weeks' short course
ly growing welcome for more scien-(for faiuers and farmers wives. The
tine management in the home. ; attendance last year in the women's
"Frank Gilbreth, the most famous ( course in home economics at the
of the pioneers in motion-study, (the ( University of Wisconsin was be be-man
man be-man who revolutionized bricklay-j tween 600 and 700.
ing) began to be interested in the "Most magnificent of all, perhaps,
application of motion-study to the jS this now fast increasing interest
home and wrote and made several n rural woman's problems. It has
addresses about it. been remarked many times that
"Martha Bensley Bruere, in ajWhne government both state and
book which generalizes the efficiency national spend actual millions up up-idea
idea up-idea mainly in its application to the j Qn increasing the soil and increas increas-family
family increas-family budget, co-operative laund-ing the results of the man's work on
Ties and marketing.continued public the farm, nothing has been done for

newer scientific
'The New House-
. ., .
work, rather
machinery.
than
oiici ; iuuis auu
Cauves of Domestic Inefficiency
The students of scientific house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping devote much attention to
such subjects as the relative height
3f the housewife and the sink, a
matter of great importance in the
washing of dishes. Mrs. Frederick
summarizes the causes of eighty per
cent, of the inefficiency of house-
work- based cn her own experiments
and observations:
"1. The worker does not have all
the needful tools or utensils at hand
before her when she begins to work;
therefore,
"2. She wastes time and effort
walking to, hunting for, or fetching
ingredients, tools, or materials she
neglected to have at hand when she
began the task.
"3. She stops in the middle of
one task to do something else quite
unrelated.
"4. She lowers the efficiency of
good work by losing time putting
tools or work away, generally due to
poor arrangement of kitchen, pantry
and closets.
"5. She uses a poor tool, or a
wrong one; or works at a table, sink,
ironing board, or moulding-board of
the wrong heigth from the floor.
"6. She loses time because she
does not keep sufficient supplies on
hand, and because she does not keep
her tools and utensils in good con condition."
dition." condition." When she came to study the con conditions
ditions conditions under which she worked in
her kitchen at cooking and serving
meals, the writer goes on to say,
she found it was impossible to do
standardized work under such condi conditions.
tions. conditions. "Not only were my sink,
tables and stove too low for efficient
work, but they were in "wrong rela
tion to one another. In fact, I found
almost innumerable factors in the
average home and kitchen making
for inefficiency actually preventing
efficiency factors which I do not
have space even to list properly
here."
The Renaissance of the Home
The author has worked .out an
elaborate system of household ar arrangement,
rangement, arrangement, card indexes, motion motion-studies,
studies, motion-studies, etc. None would deny that
the home is still run on more or less
medieval lines, or that vast numbers
of women are yearning to get away
from its drudgery; but Mrs. Frede Frederick
rick Frederick goes on to say, with familiar
human conservatism they fight and
ridicule all remedies proposed. Lec Lectures
tures Lectures on domestic science and home
efficiency nevertheless increased by
the hundreds.
The growing demand among
householders that hand labor shall
be replaced by machinery, just as it
has been in the factory, has created
an immense market for labor-saving
of Wisconsin.:
"Wisconsin
offers courses to
s housekeepers, first, in connection

interest in this
home-making."
Her -own book.

the farm women. The farm kitchen
is still in the same archaic state as
in the day when men gathered wheat
with the cradle scythe but the barn
is full of wonderful new machinery!
The cooking is no better, while the

cooking utensils are practically un unchanged.
changed. unchanged. 'As a matter of fact, it wa3 the
Western agricultural colleges, train trained
ed trained to be alert for the modern and
scientific, which were among the
first of all educational institutions to
give- welcome place to domestic sci science
ence science courses. The buxom corn-belt
girls learned how to 'balance a meal
before the pampered daughters of
New York and the East knew there
was such a thing."
THE WAR OF BUSINESS
Clear Eye, Strong Arm, Good Health
Are Secrets of Success
The man with the punch, both
mental and physical is the big bus business
iness business success of today.
His bodily health is the force be behind
hind behind his business possibilities.
The business world has no time to
listen to the grouch story.
Sour stomach, malaria, indiges indigestion,
tion, indigestion, coated tongue and a hundred
other bodily ills come from an out-oi'-order
liver.
Calomel used to be considered the
only relief. Modern medical science
has provided a far milder and more
pleasant form of liver relief in Cars Cars-well's
well's Cars-well's Liver-Aid, a purely vegetable
liquid remedy.
A large bottle can be had for 50
cents at the Comrt Pharmacy, where
the purchase price will be promptly
returned in case you wish it after
trying this wonderful remedy. Ad. 2
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I must have room for fall goods that I buy every year.
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FUE OCALA EVENING STAJt. SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1014

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lAuHAIIul 111 til Ifl UuALA

K. of P. meet Monday night.

"Elks meet Tuesday evening.
Odd Fellowa meet Tuesday night.
Pythian Sisters Tuesday evening.
Moose meet Thursday night.
Board of Trade Thursday evening.
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R. A. M. meets Friday night.
Mr. S. L. Brooks of Zuber will en enter
ter enter the Marion County Hospital to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow to undergo an operation.
Mr. Leroy Bridges will return
-next week from Meridian Miss.,
where he has been at school for the
past seven months.
New line of bathing caps just ar arrived;
rived; arrived; all colors and styles. Court
Pharmacy. 5-22-4t
The Woodmen are making arange arange-ments
ments arange-ments to have impressive memorial
eervlces for their departed brethren
one Sunday -next month.
Own your own home by "buying" a
modern bungalow on easy terms of
the Ocala Lumber & Supply Com Company.
pany. Company. 5-15-tf
Mr. Homer Small, who will be
graduated from the high school
Monday, has accepted a position as
bookkeeper at the Ocala Steam
Laundry.
Mr. William Anderson left today
for Port Inglis, to work -until the
opening of Georgia Tech next fall at
which time he will resume his course
of studies there.
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office, Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
The United National Association
of Postdffice Clerks convenes in Pa-
iatka next Friday and Saturday and
Ocala will be represented by Mr. A.
P. Gllmore, who is secretary.
Loose leaf books from the little
tyi omnranlimc r Iflrs'A- IpdfiTerS at
The Murray Company. 5-2 1-3 1
"If it isn't an Eastman It Isn's a
kodak." Gerig's Drug Stores,
agents. 5-16-tf
The Woodmen held their semi semimonthly
monthly semimonthly meeting with a good attend attendance
ance attendance yesterday evening, and appoint appointed
ed appointed a committee to make arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for a smoker at their next
meeting.
New line of bathing caps just ar arrived
rived arrived ; all colors and styles. Court
Pharmacy. 5-2 2-4 t
At their next regular meeting, the
Ocala Woodmen will have a smoker
and probably a little spread. The
date is Friday, June 12.
A movement is on foot for three
of our fraternal orders to join In
memorial services to their dead one
Sunday of next month. It is a "beau "beautiful
tiful "beautiful idea, and one the Star hopes to
see carried out. It might be extend extended
ed extended in the future to take in all Ocala
orders, which are much intermingled
in membership. If they all joined
for such a purpose, they could make
a most impressive occasion.
Mr. Edgar F. Coney, Jr., with thel
Roess Lumber Co.. in Tampa, for-f
merly of this city. Is an over Sundayi
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Whole Wheat Wafers
Cheese Chips
Cheese Sticks
Cheese Wafers
Macaroon Jumbles
Ginger Wafers
Pilot Wafers
Golden Flakes
Takhoma Biscuit
Saltines.
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DAILY WEATHER REPORT

The following weather report is
furnished the Star every afternoon
by Mr. F. G. B. Weihe, local report reporter
er reporter for the weather bureau operated
by the United States department of
agriculture, showing maximum and
minimum temperature and rainfall
during the twenty-four hours end ending
ing ending at 3 p. m.:

Max. Min. R. F.
I March average.. 74 48 .03
April average.. 81 60 .OS?
May 1. . ..... .87 65 .02
May 2. . .... .81 61
May 3. . 85 51
May 4. . 85 55
May 5 ..85 55
May 6. . . . .87 61
May 7 90 61
May 8. . .89 60
May 9. ....... .87 68
May 10. . .83 63
May 11. ...88 53
May 12. ..... .88 60
May 13. ...... .86 62
May 14 93 63
May 15 .90 69 .45
May 16. . .68 94 U9
May 17. . ... .94 66
May 18. ...... 84 67
May 19. 81 67 .10
May 20 77 62 .03
May 21. .... ...81 60 .
May 22 82 59
May 23. 83 59

Forecast for Tonight and Tomorrow
Generally fair tonight and Sun
day.
LONG JOURNEY WAS TOO
JIUCH FOB AGED LADY
Mr. J. G. Kichline has received
word from Mr. C. A. Scandrett at
Saguache, Colo., stating that his
mother, Mrs. Salinda Scandrett, died
there on the 16th, three days after
reaching home and was hurled on
the :18th. She was 80 years of age
and very feeble when she left here,
and probably knew that she was go
ing home to die. She was very
anxious to go, though, and stood the
trip very well, apparently, hut -when
the reaction came she could not sur
vive it. Mr. Scandrett will return
to Ocala as soon as he can close tip
his mother's affairs.
TWO YOUNG 31EX
ON A LONG TRAMP
Two nice appearing, sturdy young
men passed through town yesterday.
They stopped here a short time and
then resumed the last 16-mile lap of
their long walk. The young men
walked from Rockford, 111., and are
going to Summerfield, -where they
have bought a tract of land. Each
had a small package of clothing
strapped to his shoulders and had
walked the entire distance, con consuming
suming consuming a little more than two
months on theway.
WILL USE CANNER
. AT DEMONSTRATION
At the demonstration by the can canning
ning canning club in the new school house
lot, near Mr. J. R. Moorhead's res residence,
idence, residence, on Wednesday, May 27th, the
handsome $25 canner given by the
Raney Can Manufacturing Co., of
Chattanooga, Tenn., to the county
clubs will he used. Mrs. Moorhead
would like for everyone possible to
be present and see the canner op
erated.
IPLETE CENSUS FIGURE
health in incompleted
completed incompleted spector
his census
fids
6,046 people
limits Jwho
an
I increase
tak-
en i
Among the Star's callers today
was Mr. Robert H. Ramsey of Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, who owns quite a good
deal of Marion county real estate.
Mr. Ramsey is the inventor of the
transfer apparatus used for trans transferrin
ferrin transferrin j trucks under cars where nec necessary
essary necessary u run them on various width
tracks. Some twenty-five years ago,
when the present Coast Line through
this section was the Florida South Southern
ern Southern and had narrow gauge tracks,
Mr. Ramsey's apparatus was indis indispensable
pensable indispensable at transfer points. He says
that as many as two hundred cars
were transferred in a day at Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, during the heavy shipping sea season
son season in those times. This is Mr. Ram Ramsey's
sey's Ramsey's first visit to Florida in many
years and he is- still optimistic about
our state. He leaves tomorrow for
Philadelphia.
Mr. T. M. Pierce, the Fort McCoy
mill man. is a business visitor in
Ocala today.
Blank books and oSice supplies at
The Murray Company. 5-21-3t

G. WCleeland,
of the cijy, has

of ttiB city, and

inthe Jiify

rsid"here. Thiols

7HT over his census

hjree years ggg

Several leaders of the Greatest
Fruit-Marketing Organization
in the State will Spend
Sunday in Our City

The meeting Friday at Eustis of
the officers and salesmen of the
Florida Citrus Exchange was large
ly attended, not only by members of
the exchange but by prominent men
from all over the state.

The officials and a number of the
directors and northern salesman will
be here this afternoon and evening. m
Secretary Rooney is busy arranging
for their entertainment and giving'
them a view of our city and sur-'T
rounding country. b

Another Band Concert
The Metropolitan Band will give
a concert In honor of the visitors at
the bandstand this evening and the
Star hopes to see the people out in
full force to enjoy themselves and
give the visitors the glad hand.
Tomorrow morning, the visitors
are going to Lake Weir, to see the
famous Carney grove, one of the
greatest in the state. After return returning
ing returning and taking dinner at the Har-

rington, they will visit Silver Springs! .Hereford: N. A. Callison, Gaines Gaines-and
and Gaines-and take a trip down Silver river, on ,,. iBnjce Zetrouer Rochene; the

tne uity or ocala.
Monday morning they will leave
on a visit to the famous
oranse
groves of Citra.
The meeting at 'Eustis was attend attended
ed attended by Secretary Rooney, and Messrs.
F. T. Schreiber, J. G. Glass, A. C.
Cobb and "George Rentz of Ocala and
S. H. Gaitskill of Mcintosh.
ALL DAY "WEDNESDAY
Canning Demonstration on the New
'High School Lot
Editor Star: There will he an all
day canning demonstration on the
new high school lot Wednesday,
May 27th, for the benefit of club
members and others who may be in interested
terested interested in the -work. I hope to see
many of my club members present
on that day and a cordial invitation
is extended to the general public to
visit and inspect the methods of the
club girls work. I
Respectfully,
Caroline H. Moorhead, Agent.
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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
SEND IN YOUR NOTICES SOONER
If you have an advertisement or
Item for the Star, send it in as early
in the morning as possible. We can cannot
not cannot set much except telegraph after
noon.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. M. Gober C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
The Murray Co. has handsome
new screens on its store doors.
WE HAVE THE BEST GARAGE
In the city to put your automobile in
first-class running order. We have
skilled workmen at our garage, who
pride themselves In putting every everything
thing everything in order, so you can feel as
sured you can travel with safety and
pleasure after our work is com
pleted. Send at once to 1 North
Main street or phone, or send mes
senger.
Luckie's Garage
17 N. Main Street.

'

We seek an opportunity to convince you tthat this strong, conserv conservative,
ative, conservative, but progressive institution can help yoii increase your resources
and make your business grow. Will you grant us the opportunity?

The Ocala NatioMl Bank.
Capital, Surplus and Protilsj C5,000.00.
ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY.
JNO. L. EDWARDS, President.- CLARENCE CAJiP, Vice-President.-
H. D. STOKES: Cashier 1-- "X

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USEFUL INFOItMulTION
Partial
List of Cattle and
IlaJsers in Florida
Hog
CATTLE
Shorthorn: Z. C.
Chambliss,
Ocala; Howell & Chambliss, Martin;
W. M. Gist, Mcintosh; S. H. Gaits Gaits-kill,
kill, Gaits-kill, Mcintosh; A. L. Jackson,
Gainesville. I
'Southern Lumber Co., Muscogee.
Aberdeen Angus: S. T. SIstrunk,
Ocala.
Holstein: Alfred Ayer, Ocala; J.
C. DeBevoise, R. F. D. 4, Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Jersey: A. L. Vidal, Gainesville;
Capt. jVason, Tallahassee; N. A. Cal Callison,
lison, Callison, Gainesville; H. H. Whitworth,
Ocala; J. B. Simonton, Micanopy;
C. H. Simpson, Milton; Geo. B.
Wallace, Bradentown; Aug. Van
Epoel, Tampa; E. W. Gould, Oneco;
A. E. Berry, Bowling Green; Wm.
Edwards, Ze 11 wood; Richard Shaw,
Quincy; J. J. Johnson, Tallahassee;
W. A. Smith, DeFuniak Springs; J.
Camp, Ocala.
HOGS
Berkshire: J. C. Setterlind, St.
Andrews; N. A. Callison, Gaines Gainesville;
ville; Gainesville; Z. C. Chambliss, Ocala; Ed Edwards
wards Edwards Bros., Ocala; Wm. Edwards,
Zellwood; H. H. Simmons, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; W. M. Gist, Mcintosh; G.-H.
Smith, Madison; C. H. Simpson,
Milton; Richard Shaw, Quincy;
Southern States Lumber Co., Mus Muscogee;
cogee; Muscogee; O. W. Strait, Thonotosassa;
Duroc-Jersey: S. H. Gaitskill, Mc Mcintosh;
intosh; Mcintosh; J. D. McDuffy, Ocala; J. T.
Porter, Grand Ridge; H. H. Whit Whitworth,
worth, Whitworth, Ocala; F. L. Grantham, Sil Silver"
ver" Silver" Springs; C. C. Pierce, Arcadia;
W. B. Willets, Maitland.
. Poland China: E. Gutherie, Punta
Gorda; J. R. Davis," Bartow.
Essex:' C. G. Pearce, Arcadia.
IKE JOHNSON RELEASED
Ike Johnson, the colored boy who
last Saturday shot and killed his
brother, Jim Johnson near Kendrick,
was released today by Judge Smith.
A number of witnesses were heard,
and after summing up the evidence
and hearing the arguments of the
attorneys in the case, Ike was re released
leased released for want of sufficient evi evidence.
dence. evidence. Mr. W. K. Ze wad ski defend defended
ed defended Johnson, while the state's inter interest
est interest was looked after by Mr. Fred
Hocker.
ITINERARY
For County Candidates as Adopted
. .by Campaign Committee of Mar Marion
ion Marion Conuty Democratic Executive
Committee
Tuesday May 26 Electra.
Wednesday, May 27 -Pedro. (At
night.)
Thursday, May 28 Flemington.
Friday, May 29 Shady (Williams
Springs).
Friday, May 29 Summerfield,
(night.)
Saturday, May 30 Fairfield, day.
Saturday, May 30 Ocala, night,
all candidates for state senate and
house of representatives.
Monday, June 1 Ocala. For all
candidates except candidates for
states senate and house of represen representatives)
tatives) representatives) W. T. Gary,
Cham'. Campaign Committee,
5-6-dw tf Ocala, Fla.
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
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Wood row Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block. Ocala
TYPEWRITER FOR SALE
A Remington typewriter. No. 10;
visible writing, in perfect condition
in every respect. Apply at br of office.
fice. office. 4-i-if
Victrolas and Victor
The Murray Company.
records at
5-21-3t
Plenty of china at low prices at
The Murray Company. 5-2 1-3 1

IB

TODD& (COMPANY,
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel

OCALA,
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
t
Lost' Found, Wanted. For Sab
For Rent and Similar Local deeds
WANTED Clean cotton rags at
the Star office. j
FOR SALE: Remington typewriter
No. 10; visible writer; In perfect
condition In every respect. Afc-
ply 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. 5-14-tf
FOR SALE Modern bungalow la
Linwood Heights. Inquire of the
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.5-15 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, 211 E. Broadway. 5-1 8-6 1"
LOST A class pin, engraved with
O. H. S. Finder will please leare
same at this office. 5-18-6t
-51
FOR RENT Seven room cottage:!
all modern conveniences, deslrablyl
located In second ward. Apply to
O. C. Tlsnor,- 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 burner
ner burner gas range; upright Everett
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
ANTED 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 acre3 of pasturage, In city
limits of North Ocala. Apply to
Star office. 5-20-6t
ACCOUNT HEALTH Young man

TTiorc Arc Txvo SICza
to every question, but there can be
only one opinion of our Gleaning and
Pressing. It is commended In the
very highest, terms by those who
have, favored us with their patron
age In the past. We have the most
up-to-date methods and can do work
quicker; and better than our rivals,
because we are better equipped to do
the work. And we charge very mod moderately
erately moderately far our services, too.

FLORIDA
desires job with physical culture
.opultryman or will rent few meres
. land. Prefer Texas. For details.
address Box 60, Physical Culture,
9015 MAtmnnlitan PnlUlnr 'ft
York. 5-23-?.
FOUND A large bird dog; white
c -with large red spots; a crook In
t- end of tall. Call at Waldron's
Market. 522-6t
for kext Furnished rooms for
. housekeeping, or two large bed
rooms with connecting bath. AH
J,
modern conveniences. One block
north of postoffice, on Main street.
'Apply at Star office or phone No.
257. 5-23-tf
!V .
FOR SALE One large horse in
good condition; one good work
mule. Ocala Lumber 4b Supply
Company. -5-23-tf
WANTED Traveler; ace 27 to 50;
experience unnecessary; salary,
commission and expense allow allowance
ance allowance to right man. J. E. Mc-
Brady, Chicago. 5-23-lt
OPUN ALL NIGHT
- The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
nd day. J. R. Dewey, p"oprie p"oprie-tor.
tor. p"oprie-tor. 2-28-tf
h
SICK HEADACHE
; Mrs. A. L. Luckie. East Rochester,
i r
N. Y., was a victim of sick headache
j-a nnnrv hv w
weakened and debilitated condition
of her stomach, when she began tak taking
ing taking Chamberlain's Tablets. She says,
them pleasant to take, also
mild and effective. In a few weeks
time--I-was restored to my former
good health." For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv.
STGAH HAMMOCK LANDS
-r- Selling Agents
Partridge-Wood row Company
. Merchant Block. Ocala
. WHOOPING COCGH
"About a year ago my three boys
had whooping cough and I fonnd
Chamberlain's' Cough Remedy the
only one that would relieve their
coughing and whooping spells. I
continued this treatment and was
surprised to find that it cured the
disease in a very short time, writes
Mrs. Archie Dalrymple, Crooksvllle,
Ohiol 'For sale by all dealers. Adv.
WIIOLK FAMILIES PERISH
Defective mm the
HOACH CASE
Sar TrMblc w De tm b f
PKOLB
A PERFECT INSECTICIDE
ITae Feaele tm exteratlaate
Roaches, bedbug, moths, ants, mos mosquitoes.
quitoes. mosquitoes. nas. flies, spiders and all
classes of injects, prevents the
waste pipes and cellars.
Infects bath and toilet rooms, sinks,
spread of contagious diseases, dls-
- Uaart 7Set Gallaaa. jSt
' (iallea SZjOOt rarer, &.
,Feale la l aea' With a Sararer
Maaafaelarea' aalr
FESOLE CHEMICAL. COM PA XV
TAMPA FLiA.
Far al hy
HARDWARE KROCERV aaiDRrO
- STORES
MARIO HARDWARE COMPANY
Wholesale Dlarrlhataea