OCALA FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY,
SPMrail. CLARK AilD IVILSOII'S ELECTION FOB
DESPERATE CONTEST BETWTEX L'EXGLE AND HIS OPPONENTS
IX THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
(Special to the Star)
JACKSONVILLE, JUNE 3. Our
tabulation shows Fletcher 12,146;
In Duval county, 21 precincts
without the city wards gives Fletch Fletcher
er Fletcher 888; Stockton 1153.
L'EXGLE MAY HAVE LOST
We have not tabulated returns
for congressman from the fourth dis district,
trict, district, but L"Engle is running behind
with Sears leading. Metropolis.
UXCLE STEVE'S VICTORY WAS
(Special to the Star)
TAMPA, JUNE 3 Sparkman car carried
ried carried the first congressional district
by four to five thousand. He appar appar-ently
ently appar-ently carried all counties save De De-Soto,
Soto, De-Soto, Lee and Citrus. Angle is the
BIG MAJORITY FOR FLETCHER
Fletcher wins dn the state by a ma majority
jority majority of 8000.
CLARK HAD A WALKOVER
Frank Clark won easily in the sec second.
ond. second. WnjSON BEAT STOKES
Emmet Wilson Is
elected in the
OFFICIAL COUNT MAY CHANGE
Sears leads in the fourth.
SUPREME COURT MEX
Shackleford and Avery lead as
justices of the supreme court.
W. A. McRae wins for commis
sioner of agriculture.
'SOLDIER OF FORTUNE'S
VI FIXAL SURRENDER
Atlanta, Ga., June 3. W. O. Chll-
ders, once a civil engineer expert and
soldier of fortune in Central Amer
ica, but lately a street peddler here.
was found dead on the pavement in
front of a rooming house on Walton,
street this morning. It is believed he
fell from the third story.
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office, Law
library Building, Ocala. Adv.
AT TOLLS EVASION'
Washington, June 3. A favorable
report on the Sutherland tolls arbi arbitration
tration arbitration resolution was ordered by the
Senate foreign relations committee
today, by a vote of eight to seven.
The resolution authorizes the Pres President
ident President to enter negotiations with Eng England
land England for the purpose of having a high
impartial tribunal pass upon the
right of the United States to exempt
American ships from tolls through,
the -Panama canal.
MURDER OF TRAVELING MEN
Three Bodies Found by Railroad
Track Near Hickory, Miss.
Hickory, Miss., June 3. The bod bodies
ies bodies of three unidentified white men,
well dressed, were found along the
Alabama and VIcksburg ;v Railroad
near here today. Their grips with
their scattered contents were found
nearby. It Is believed they were
A KNOTTY PROBLEM
Washington, June 3. The com commission
mission commission was appointed today to test
the sanity of Daniel Jauch, the gov government
ernment government watchman who planted four
sticks of dynamite beneath the office
of the secretary of agriculture, to win
promotion as a reward for discover discovering
ing discovering it. If found to be insane, Jauch
will be sent to an asylum, but if
sane he will be tried on the charge
of attempting to destroy public
t AGAINST AMERICANS
v Mexico City, June 3. The most
bitter feeling among Germans against
Americans is the result of the Am American
erican American customs officials assessing
heavy fines against the German
steamers Ypiranga and Bavaria for
landing cargoes of arms and ammu ammunition
nition ammunition at Puerto. At a meeting last
night the Germans cheered Huerta.
Cooler heads vainly tried to curb
the younger associates and an an announcement
nouncement announcement was finally made that
further demonstrations would be
punished by expulsion from the clul
& y. .-.
JUSTICE Al HOT FORCE Sf illtlE Iff
SICillEIGiUlT UTTERANCES OF SECRETARY OF CCUuEltCE
AT A nOSTII CADOLCIA CELEORATIBir
Who Seems to Have Been Nominated for a Second Tern in Tuesday's
- Contest I
CONTRACTOR HUNT KILLED
At Greensboro, N. C, When Train
Struck His Auto
Greensboro, N. C, June 3 P. M.
Hunt, fifty 'years of age, a contractor,
was horribly mutilated and killed
this morning when a train struck his
automobile,' which was stalled on the
track. Four other occupants of the
car escaped by jumping.
DOESN'T MAKE WAR ON BOYS
Vera Cruz, June 3. It was learn learned
ed learned today that Huerta spared the
lives of the students of the Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural College of Tacuba, who recent recently
ly recently attempted to' assassinate him. He
decided they -were too young to be
shot, and ordered them confined in
Santiago prison. Huerta claims two
bullets struck the top of the auto automobile
mobile automobile in which he was riding.
people and also buffet Pullman cars
for those desiring such accommoda accommodations,
tions, accommodations, and will run on a fast sched schedule,
ule, schedule, making only one or two stops to
pick up additional passengers, and
arriving Valdosta at 12:30 noon,
Macon 5:30 p. m. and Atlanta 9 p.
m. Excursion tickets will also be
honored on regular train leaving
Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m., and ar arriving
riving arriving .Valdosta 11:05 p. m., Macon
4:15 a. m. and Atlanta 7:25 a. m.
This train will be provided with ex extra
tra extra coaches and sleepers for Macon
' Arrangements have been made to
have plenty of refreshments on board
and the usual amount of baggage
may be checked.
EXCURSION TO VALDOSTA, MA MA-CON
CON MA-CON AND ATLANTA BY
G. S. & F.
The annual personally conducted
excursion to Valdosta, Macon and
Atlanta over the 3eorgia Southern
& Florida Railway, will be operated
on Monday, June 8, and from all in indications
dications indications it promises to be one of
the most successful ever operated by
this line. (
; The round trip rate from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to Valdosta will be $2, to
Macon $4 and to Atlanta $6 The
rate from Hampton to Valdosta will
be $2.25, to Macon $4.50, to At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta $6.50; from Palatka to Val Valdosta
dosta Valdosta $2.50, to Macon $4.50 and to
Atlanta $6.50; and from Lake But
ler the rates will be the same as
from Jacksonville. Tickets will be
honored going on special 9 a. m.
train and on regular 7:40 p. m. train
and will be good returning on any
regular train up to and including
Saturday, June 13.
The special train conveying the
excursionists will leave Jacksonville
t 9 a. m. This train will carry sp-
ate coaches for white and colored
JTEW SCHOOLHOU8E BURNED
IN SOUTH CAROLINA
Anderson, S. C, June 3 The new
Glenn street school burned this
morning. The loss is estimated at
$10,000. It is believed the fire orig originated
inated originated from a party of young men
gambling in the building.
AN IMMENSE STRIKE AHEAD
Chicago, June 3. Union leaders
expressed the belief today that 72, 72,-000
000 72,-000 engineers and firemen on rail
roads running out of Ghiacgo would
strike unless the board of general
managers reconsiders its refusal to
continue peace negotiations. Prepar Preparations
ations Preparations for the strike ballot have been
completed. The result will be known
Chapel Hill, N. C, June 3. "We
cannot for- our safety's sake allow
the supreme industrial power or con controlling
trolling controlling commercial power to rest in
the hands of one, or a few. Credit
should be given to men of quick con conscience
science conscience and sincere patriotism, who
show true citizenship at the head of
large affairs, but even on their hon honorable
orable honorable heads the nation may not put
the ruleshlp over an industry, or a
branch of commerce. It is not the
purpose of America to force 'her will
anywhere by power of arms. It is not
Feel for prisoners
j Street Dent:
Surveying ... ...
Market .. .. ..
Contingencies . .
Pound expense ....
Salaries i ... ...
Sundries . : ;'.
Electric Light. Dept.
! Wa toy WnrW TWTt
within the moral purview of America T
r I Labor
to dictate by strength the policy of I sundries
any friendly and neighborly 6tate." ?
These sentiments expressed here
today by Secretary of Commerce
Red field, have a peculiar bearing on
the Mexican situation and the trust
CITY CLERK'S FINANCHI.
REPORT FOR .MAY
INTERSTATE COMMISSION WILL
SOON DECIDE ON INCREASE
Washington, June 3. The Inter Interstate
state Interstate Commerce Commission will
hand down a decision for a five per
cent increase in railroad rates short shortly
ly shortly after June 15th. The commission commissioners
ers commissioners are now conferring on the evi evidence
dence evidence submitted for and against the
Increase, during hearings which have
lasted eix months. It is believed the
CDmmission will decline to allow the
increase as asked, but will allow in increases
creases increases where not now remunerative
and order no decreases.
Ocala, Fla., June 2nd, 1914.
the Honorable City Council.
. Ocala, Fla. Gentlemen:
Beg to submit the following re report
port report of receipts and disbursements
during May, 1914:
Balance on hand May 1,
Collected by tax collector:
Licenses . ;
Collected by marshal:
Delinquent personal taxes
Col. by stock impounder:
Col. by city atorney:
Tax certificates (Edwin
Tax certificates (Fred
Collected by city clerk:
Electric Light Dept:
Meter deposits .........
Market and house rent.
Water Works Dept:
; r 6.00
. ' v
.Total warrants drawn... $4,407.51
JjiOURpSfTBY CITY TREASURER
DURING MAY, 1914
. 1,721.4 1,721.4-515.0
515.0 1,721.4-515.0 160.00V
General fund .........
Electric light fund . .
Water, works fund ... .
Water works bond fund.
' Total . . . .... ... 44 ,2 9 3. 5-1
Balance on hand June 1st, 1914:
General Fund . . .
Bondw interest fund .
Sinking fund .........
Electric lignt fund . ..
Wrater -works fund .
Water works bond fund.
Total . . i ....... $5,838.83
Outstanding scrip June 1, 1914r
General fund .... . . .4 134.11
Electric light fund . . 308.20
Water works fund . . v 1 16.03
Total ............ V. 0 557.34
- Respectfully submitted,
H. C. Sistrunk, Clerk.
OCALA NORTHERN SCHEDULE
Total collections $4,455.98
WARRANTS DRAWTN DURING
Salaries, officers, clerks.
Witness fees and costs.
No. 72 Leave Ocala daily 1:15
p. m. Arrive Palatka daily except
Sunday. 4:45 p. m. Arrive Palatka
Sunday, 4:15 p. m. t
No. 71 Leave Palatka daily ex except
cept except Sunday. 7:40 a. m. Arrive
Ocala 11 nj.
No. 73 Leave Palat La Sunday, 8
a m. Arrive Ocala. 11 a. m.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29. O. E. 8
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown. W. M.
Miss Florrie Conddn. Sec'y.
We highly recommend Rexall Nice
for excessive perspiration.' 25 cents
at Gerig's drug store. 6-2
Teacher Can anyone tell me who
Johnnie Anyone born on Uncle S;
Teacher Correct. Now tell me wJ
. Teacher Correct. Now Johnnie,
Johnnie Our forefathers thoug
own a portion of old mother earth hasi
bonds to build a hignway, ana ne owm
could not vote for county bonds, for m
erage svstem and a larger electric .ligl
Teacher Now, Johnnie, can y
Johnnie No Mam; but B. H. S
irs ago or any foreigner who has lived here long enough and has taken the oath of allegiance.
wnoiiy ot partly disfranchised i Johnnie Our women, our convicts and men who own no real estate.
ley do not voter
good to mix in politics, and our convicts too bad; our law makers think that no man who does not
tes jor public improvements, ror instance, a man lives in Florida and the state should vote for
be allowed a vote; or if he lives in Marion County, and owns no real estate in this county, he
:s; or, if he lived in the City of Ocala, and is not a freeholder, as bad as we need streets, a sew-
Donds lcr ine.e purposes, He would be disfranchised.
a nttie money can own a piece of real estate?
Carn Building at 21 North Magnolia Street.
TWO WEEKS; $25 DOWN, SlO A MONTH.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1014
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ELECTION IS OVER
The primary election, as far as
Ocala is concerned, passed off quiet
!y and good-humoredly. There -were
no quarrels, and nobody seems to be
either offensively elated or fatally
depressed at the result.
The greatest interest centered on
the senatorial contest. The exact
figures are not known, but enough
returns are in to put Fletcher at
least 200 votes ahead of Stockton.
Next in interest to senator was the
contest between Carn and Carmich Carmichael
ael Carmichael for commissioner from the first
district. It looks like Mr. Cam has
won, as he is thirty votes ahead, with
only smaller precincts, mostly friend friendly
ly friendly to him, to hear from.
The race between J. W. Davis and
S. R. Pyles for commissioner in the
third district is close. It. -will take
the official count to decide who won
In the second.
For congressman, Mr. John V.
Denton did better than was expected,
and it looks like Frank Clark did not
beat him more than 500 votes.
' '.OFor representative, ,W; J. Crosby
leads, and the contest between Hen Henderson
derson Henderson and Light is close. It will
probahly take the official count to de decide.
cide. decide. Ocala voted for Henderson,
anil he ; made inroads on Light's
jrtrong'hold, the Reddick precinct.
AtW fnr Assessor ,arn1 fnlKanf 4tv
-coltector have won over Moorhead
. and Stripling.
Wtxr :state attorney, Mr. Scofield,
'the present incumbent, won in Max-
Ion hy TM.ato 436. He carried his
tiume county ay uu majority. In
tflernando, he had "224 votes to 94.
'in Sumter, he had 1 "majority in the
'ffonx jprecincts heard from.. "While
Sumter is conceded to Judge Koonce,
and Lake 4s doubtful, it Is not prob probable
able probable than he can overcome Mr. Seo Seo-field's
field's Seo-field's lead.
Following is the result by pre precincts
cincts precincts as far as 1 received by press
' Commissioner, district 2- Coulter
"102; Hutchins 167; Parker 27;
: Smith 22; Watkins 107.
Commissioner, District 1 Carmi
vchael 280; Carn 212.
Commissioner, District 3 Davis,
211; Pyles 261.
Senator Fletcher 317; Stockton,
Congressman Clark 376; Denton
Commissioner of Agriculture
Appleyard 126; McRae 309.
Justice Supreme Court Avery
221; Ellis 190; Shackleford 309.
For Representatives Crosby 405;
Henderson 319; Light 185.
State Attorney Kooi e 231; Sco Scofield
field Scofield 248.
Assessor Ayer 268; Moorhead
Collector Colbert 262; Stripling,
3Jember School Board District 2
-Blllcti 382; Nettles 60.
Executive Committeeman, Precinct
1 Gary 291; Gober 244.
'Commissioner, District 2 Hutch Hutch-Ins
Ins Hutch-Ins 47. Commissioner, District 1
Carmichael 40; Carn (26. Commis Commissioner,
sioner, Commissioner, District 3 Davis 22; Pyles
K ComTTi1c;?ftnAr THsstrtof. 2 Davia
22 ; Pyles 4 9. Senator Fletcher 4 7 ;
Stockton 18. Commissioner of Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture Appleyard 18; McRae 37.
Justice Supreme Court Avery 19;
Ellis 33; Shackleford 22. Represen Representatives
tatives Representatives Crosby 42; Henderson 47;
Light 30. State Atto..ey Koonce
31; Scofield 29. Assessor Ayer 29;
-Moorhead 38. Collector Colbert 46;
Stripling 21. 'Member School Board,
District 2 Blitch 55; Nettles S.
Commissioner, District 2 Coulter
7; Hutchins 4; Parker 5; Watkins
10. Commissioner, District 1 Car Carmichael
michael Carmichael 21; Carn 14. Commissioner,
District 3 Davis 16; Pyles 22. Sen
ator Fletcher 23: Stockton 11
Congressman Clark 10; Denton 24.
JtrsSi ce Su preme Court Avery, 1 2 ;
Kills 15; Shackleford 18. Represen Representatives
tatives Representatives Crosby 27; Henderson 19;
Light 21 State Attorney Koonce
. 13; Scofield 23. Assessor Ayer 27;
tloorhead 11. Collector Colbert 30;
Stripling 8. Member School Board,
District 2 Blitch 2 7; Nettles 3,
Commissioner, District 2 Coulter
26; Hutchins 3; Parker 3; Smith 1;
Watkins 3. Commissioner, District 1
Carmichael 3; Carn 31. Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner District 3 .Davis 27; Pyles 7.
Senator Fletcher 18; Stockton 15.
Congressman Clark 27; Denton 6.
Commissioner of Agriculture Apple Apple-yard
yard Apple-yard 3 ; McRae 32. Justice Supreme
Court Avery, 32; Ellis 13; Shack Shackleford
leford Shackleford 23. Representatives Crosby
14; Henderson 26; Idght 2. State
Attorney Koonce 5; Scofield 30.
Assessor Ayer 22; Moorhead 12.
Collector Colbert 30; Stripling 4.
Member School Board, District 2
Blitch 27; Nettles 7.
Commissioner, District 2 Coulter
5 ; Hutchins 6 ; Parker 8 ; Smith 8 ;
Watkins 9. Commissioner, District 1
Carmichael 26; Carn 19. Commis Commissioner,
sioner, Commissioner, District 3 Davis 30; Pyles
11. Senator Fletcher 30; Stockton,
13. Congressman Clark 22; Den Denton
ton Denton 12. Commissioner of Agriculture
Appleyard 7 ; McRae 31. Justice
Supreme Court Avery 3; Ellis 31;
Shackleford 18. Representatives Representatives-Crosby
Crosby Representatives-Crosby 33; Henderson 29; Light 23.
State Attorney Koonce 13; Scofield
28. Assessor Ayer 18; Moorhead
26. Collector Colbert 26; Stripling
19. Member School Board, District 2
BMtch 40; Nettles 8.
Commissioner, District 2 Coul Coulter
ter Coulter 14; Hutchins 45; Parker 6;
Smith 3; 'Watkins 50. Commission Commissioner,
er, Commissioner, District 1 Carmichael 53; Carn,
54. Commissioner, District 3 Davis
45; Pyles 55. Senator Fletcher 35;
Stockton: 76. Congressman Clark
87; Denton 18. Commissioner of
Agriculture Appleyard 33; McRae
73. Justice Supreme Court Avery
44 ; Ellis 6 7 ; Shackleford 4 7. Rep Representatives
resentatives Representatives 'Crosby 94; Henderson
67; Light 47. State Attorney
Koonce; 41; Scofield 70. Assessor
Ayer 60; Moorhead 51. Tax Col Collector
lector Collector Colbert. '43; Stripling- 69.
Member School Board, District 2
Carmichael Cam 11. Davis 12;
Pyles 3. Fletcher 14; Stockton I.
Crosby 16; Henderson 1 6 ; Light I.
Commissioner, District 2 Coulter
7; Hutchins 11; Smith 13; Watkins
10. Commissioner, District '1 Car Carmichael
michael Carmichael 19; Carn 24. Commissioner,,
District 3 Davis 27; Pyles 15. Sen SenatorFletcher
atorFletcher SenatorFletcher 26; Stockton 17. Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Clark 36; Denton 4.
Commissioner of Agriculture Ap Appleyard
pleyard Appleyard 21; McRae 19. Justice Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court Avery 3; Ellis 13;
Shackleford 4. Representatives
Crosby, 32; Henderson 13; Light 31.
State Attorney Koonce 8 ; Scofield
34. Assessor Ayer 27; Moorhead
15. Collector Colbert 33; Stripling
9. 'Member School Board, District 2
Blitch 15; Nettles 27.
Commissioner, District 2 Coulter
6; Hutchins 22; Parker 5; Smith 5;
Watkins 7. Commissioner, District 1
Carmichael 19; Carn 45. Commis Commissioner,
sioner, Commissioner, (District 3 Davis 24; Pyles
31. Senator Fletcher 41; Stockton
18. Congressman -Clark 45; Denton
S. Commissioner of Agriculture
Appleyard 13; McRae 35. Justice
Supreme Court Avery 17; Ellis 15;
Shackleford -18. Representatives
Crosby r6; Hderson 46; Light 20.
State .tvctorney Koonce 38; Scofield
23. Assessor Ayer 30; Moorhead
31.' Collector Colbert 2S; Stripling
3 6. Member School Board, District s
Blitch 51; Nettles 3.
Commissioner, District 2 Coulter
1; Hutchins 6; Parker 1; Smith 10;
Watkins 8. Commissioner District 1
Carmichael 13; Cam 14. Commis
sioner, District 3 Davis 17; Pyles 9.
Senator Fletcher 13; Stockton 13.
Congressman Clark 12; Denton 12.
Commissioner of Agriculture Apple Apple-yard
yard Apple-yard 10 ; McRae 13. Justice Supreme
Court Avery 7; Ellis 13; Shackle Shackleford
ford Shackleford 8. Representatives Crosby; 23;
Henderson 5; JLight 21. State Attor
ney Koonce 2; Scofield 25. Assessor
Aler 19; Moorhead 7. Collector Collector-Colbert
Colbert Collector-Colbert 18; Stripling 8. Member of
School Board, District 2 Blitch 10;
Carmichael 10; Carn 14. Davis 13;
Piles 9. Fletcher 14; Stockton 10.
Clark 19; Denton 5. Koonce 6; Sco Scofield
field Scofield 17. Colbert 18; Stripling 7.
Commissioner, District 2 Coulter
4; Hutchins 11; Smith 1; Watkins
3. Commissioner, District 1 Carmi
chael 15; Carn 4. Commissioner,
District 3 Davis 2; Pyles 18. Sen Senator
ator Senator Fletcher 14; Stockton 5. Con CongressmanClark
gressmanClark CongressmanClark 17, Denton 2.
Commissioner of Agriculture Ap Appleyard
pleyard Appleyard 13; McRae 4. Justice Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court Avery 11; Ellis 10 ;
Shackleford 5. Represenatives
Crosby 16; Henderson 11; Light 10.
State Attorney 'Koonce 5; Scofield
15. Assessor Ayer 16; Moorhead 2.
Collector Colbert 4; Stripling 17.
Member School Board, District 2-
Commissioner, District 2 Coulter
10; Hutchins 10; Parker 5; Smith 3.
Commissioner, District 1 Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael 6; Carn 22. Commissioner, Dis District
trict District 3 Davis 12; Pyles 15. Senator
Fletciher 13; Stockton 15. Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Clark 18; Denton 8. Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner of Agriculture Appleyard
13; McRae 14. Justice Supreme
Court Avery 13; Ellis 15; Shackle Shackleford
ford Shackleford 9. Representatives Crosby 23;
Henderson 19; Light 13. State Attor Attorney
ney Attorney JKoonce 11; Scofield 15. Collec Collector
tor Collector Colbert 19; Stripling 10. Mem Member
ber Member School Board, District 2 Blitch
25; Nettles 3.
Commissioner, District 2 Coulter
15; Hutchins 5; Parker 12; Smith
24; Watkins 7. Commissioner, Dis District
trict District 1 Carmichael 40; Carn 26.
Commissioner, District 3 Davis 14;
Pyles 48. Senator Fletcher 48;
Stockton 20. Congressman Clark
50; Denton 10. Commissioner of Ag Agriculture
riculture Agriculture Appleyard 20; McRae 40.
Justice Supreme Court Avery 21;
Ellis 41; Shackleford 30. Represen Representatives
tatives Representatives Crosby 55; Henderson 23;
Light 47. State Attorney Koonee
12; Scofield 52. Assessor Ayer 36;
Moorhead 31. Collector Colbert 49;
Characterize every transaction with the Munroe and
Nothing is omitted in rendering a service that is cordial,
prompt and satisfactory. satisfactory.-Make
Make satisfactory.-Make this your depository by starting a Checking Account.
"THE BEST IN DAHLHNG."
Stripling 19. Member School Board,
District 2 Blitch 54.
Commissioner, District 2 Coul Coulter
ter Coulter 4; Hutchins 3; Parker 5; Wat Watkins
kins Watkins 55. Commissioner, District 1
Carmichael ,17; Carn 9. Commis Commissioner,
sioner, Commissioner, District 3 Davis 24; Pyles
2. Senator Fletcher 10; Stockton
16. Congressman Clark 24; Den Denton
ton Denton 1. Commissioner of Agriculture
Appleyard 3; McRae 23. Justice
Supreme Court Avery 6; Ellis 20;
Shackleford 18. Representatives
Crosby 21; Henderson 18; Light 13.
State Attorney Koonce 12; Scofield
14. Assessor Ayer 15; Moorhead
11. Collector Colbert 21; Strip
ling 5. Member School Board, Dis-
trict 2 Blitch 36.
Fletcher 24; Stockton 20. Clark
23; Denton 15. Crosby 35 Henderson
12; Light 34. Koonce 13; Scofield 30.
Carn 34; Cannichael 12. Davis 23
Commissioner, District No. 1
Carmichael 10; Carn 30.
Commissioner, District 2 Coulter
12; Hutchins 10; Parker 1; Smith
1; Watkins 6." Commissioner, Dis
trict 3 Davis 26; Pyles 10. Senator
Fletcher 21; Stockton 26. Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Clark 33; Denton 2.
Commissioner of Agriculture Ap
pleyard 11; McRae 21. Justice Su-
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all new, all farm implements, growing crops as follows: 12 acres
peanuts, good; 5 acres corn, 3 acres sweet corn, 1 acre Irish pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, half acre sweet potatoes, plants for more; orange grapefruit,
peach, grapes 1-8 acre fine strawberries. House and all ready to
move Into. Property lies 1& miles from court house and has a
total frontage on two hard roads of over half a mile. This will
be sold within thirty days at somebondy's price.. Make me an
offer and let me show you the property. v
nH mm do
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Editor Star: The article in the
Banner, May 30, headed. "Mr. Hun Hunter
ter Hunter replies to Mr. MefTert," wherein
it appears that he is stiH not satis satisfied
fied satisfied with that newspaper clipping,
taken from the Times-Union. I never
questioned the statement in the least
when I referred to it. The state statement
ment statement no doubt came from the elec electrical
trical electrical committee of the board of
bond trustees, Mr. Robert E. Wheel Wheeler,
er, Wheeler, chairman, of Jacksonville, as
they are responsible for the estab establishment
lishment establishment of the electrical rate of 2
cents per k. w. for cooking and 4
cents per k. w. for lighting as pub published.
lished. published. Those gentlemen, I presume
are responsible for printing the rate
Now, as long as Mr. Hunter has
been trying to discredit my state statement,
ment, statement, saying that I was trying to
mislead the people, I thought best to
secure a rate card myself and verify
'Mr. Hunter's figures I find them cor correct,
rect, correct, as far as they go. Mr. Hunter
only publishes part of the rate card,
just that portion of small consum consumers
ers consumers and thereby tried to mislead the
public and discredit the newspaper
clipping and my statement.
Mr. Editor, please publish the at attached
tached attached rate card, including' the max maximum
imum maximum consumption and discounts.
Anyone who cares ito figure it will
find that it will amount to 4 -cents a
Jacksonville Rate Card
A charge of 50 cents per meter,
or flat service (the latter to be me metered
tered metered as promptly as possible) per
month shall be made on service us using
ing using less than 21 k. w., in addition
to current consumed at 7 cents per
"k. w. and a charge of $2 for services
using from 21 'to 28 k. w. per
month, to cover the expense of main maintaining
taining maintaining and operating meters, trans transformers,
formers, transformers, serv ice connections "and ac
The rate for illuminating electric electricity
ity electricity for all services using over 28
k. w. per month shall be 7 cents per
k. w. h. by meter measurements,
subject to the following discounts:
Where the consumption ,of each
separate metered service .equals or
$50 per month 10 per cent.
$100 per month. ...... 1 15 per cent.
$150 per month. 20 per cent.
$200 per month ..25 per cent.
$250. and over. ....... 40 per cent.
After looking over the above, I
would like to know who is trying to
mislead and throw sand in the ejes
of the public?
As ito my article of May 2S, in
reference to the local gas company,
it was to draw comparison between
electricity and gas, and being com competitive
petitive competitive interests, also represented
by one man.
Mr. Hunter says: "For Mr. Mef Mef-fert's
fert's Mef-fert's benefit, or anyone wishing to,
can easily ascertain the relative
price between gas and electricity, by
referring to industrial treatise on
chemistry." Unfortunately I am not
up on chemistry and B. T. U. heat
units; so will have to leave this field
of mysteries to Mr. Hunter, and to
the Jacksonville fellow to work it
out, but what about the Jacksonville
gas people seating up such a howl
when electric current was reduced to
2 cent3 per k. w.? If Mr. Hunter is
correct in his mysterious quota quotations,
tions, quotations, I can't see for the life of me
what they had to fear. Those fellows
over there must be as ignorant as I
am about those B. T. U's. I have a
few quotations about the low cook cooking
ing cooking rate, published in the Times Times-Union,
Union, Times-Union, under date of November 10
and 11, and they read as follows:
"That this fact will be used every everywhere
where everywhere as convincing argument in fa favor
vor favor of municipally owned electric
lighting plants goes without saying.
Recognized experts state that this
low rate will supply the necessary
fuel for cooking at an average of less
than 40 cents per person per month.
Since in addition to its many other
and obvious advnatages as the latest
and most modern form of cooking it
has also proved more economical,
even at a rate of 5 cents per k. w."
"A number of Jacksonville's house housewives
wives housewives yesterday expressed them themselves
selves themselves as delighted that cooking
would te a real pleasure, it will solve
the servant problem to a certain ex extent.
tent. extent. Electrical cooking spells the
last word in domestic science and so
free from all smoke, odor and un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant features of old-fashioned
methods, that meals can be cook cooked
ed cooked and served at the dining table In
a way that is attractive and the dish
es cooked delicious." Taking this all
into consideration and many other
features, I think the chances are
pretty good for electric cooking.
Mr. Hunter says, "the famous 3 3-cent
cent 3-cent cooking rate, which was inaugu inaugurated
rated inaugurated by the previous council, just
after election last December, has
been in effect nearly six months, and
but one meter has been set under
this rate and, further, during the two
days that the city was without gas,
by reason of the destruction of the
gas plant, not one application was
made for this much quoted cooking
service, and further, the hardware
merchants sold every gasoline or
kerosene stove they had in stock dur during
ing during this time.. Still no electricity."
What an opportunity for electric
stoves. Where was Watterson Tuck Tucker,
er, Tucker, our live-wire dealer in electric
cooking utensils? He must have
been out of town. Marcus Frank;
you missed your calling! Why didn't
you see this golden opportunity,
hurry and get rid of that stock of
furniture, get your brother, Asher,
he will meet every lady face to face,
and sell them electric stoves, and in
less than a year's time, every house household
hold household in Ocala will call you and Asher
public benefactors. Only one meter
has been placed in six months. under
that 3 cent rate, one customer. Did
you push the electric service on him
and explain all the advantages over
gas, hardly because you don't be believe
lieve believe that it has any advantages over
gas and is not practical?
The city council should advertise
its famous 3-cent cooking rate, in induce
duce induce some good merchant to carry
a lot of electrical cooking utensils,
have them give public demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations and educate the people as to
their merits. I bought a few from
Mr. Tucker and I think he could be
induced to carry a full line, if not,
the gas company could carry both
and 'let the people take their choice,
as long as Mr. Hunter does not con consider
sider consider gas and electricity competitive
I am" guilty of serving one term on
the city council five or. six years ago,
but I did not seek the honor like
several of our present councilmen
that are now serving on the council.
When I served on tfche council we did
not have $12,500 left us by the out outgoing
going outgoing council -with which to purchase
a lot that -we had sno immediate use
for, tying up this sum of money,
which would bring 8 per cent, inter interest,
est, interest, besides the city losing the taxes
on the property. We did the best we
could and made ends meet.
1 know we did not make near as
good showing with the electric light
plant while I -was president of the
city council as the last council. They
evidently profited by our experience,
hence made such a splendid showing.
As to transferring $2,500 from the
electric fund to the general fund,
during my administration evidently
was satisfactory to the people and
during the same period, the city paid
the electric light department $5,000
for lighting its streets. AVell what
was -wrong about this? "In our judg judgment
ment judgment this was alright. Who paid the
$5,000? Did it not come out of the
taxpayers of Ocala at large? Even the
non-resident property owners that
charge high rents for dwellings and
store buildings, hold unimproved
property for speculative purposes
and eventually reap the benefits by
the man's efforts that improved the
adjoining lots, the resident property
owners are always calling (for lights
and are perfectly willing to pay for
I understand that the present
council has reduced the cost of street
lights. If so, why was it done?
What have you gained by it? Com Compare
pare Compare it with my statement and you
will see who gets the benefit. You
have Increased taxation, saying you
must have more money to defray
electric light expense and power;
also provide for a sinking fund. As
to that sinking fund to take care' of
$14,000 outstanding bonds, due in
1918, and why n6 provision had
been made while I was on the coun council,
cil, council, I want to say this: I never serv served
ed served any time as a financier, but Its
not hard to solve such a problem,
had we made any provision for a
sinking fund ten years ago we "would
have taken out of the city's funds
$1,420 a year for ten years. The
only way in my judgment this mon money
ey money could have been placed would
be in a bank and draw 4 per( cent,
interest. The city 'has been borrow borrowing
ing borrowing money every year from the bank
at a Tate of interest at 8 per cent., I
believe that this is what we paid. At
that rate the city would have lost 4
per cent, per annum on the money
placed in a sinking fund. We figur
ed that sooner or later the city
would vote a bond issue for improve improvements
ments improvements of the electric light plant and
the old bonds could be taken care of
in that way. Mr. Hunter quotes the
law, if it's a'crim& to not provide a
sinking fund, then 1 am not the only
criminal. I am sure none of the ex ex-councilmen
councilmen ex-councilmen -worries about the sink sinking
ing sinking fund. ; ; ,'
Yes, I mean wbat I say, let the
general'" fund "pay back what was
transferred.' Why not? (Didn't the
electric plant earn it ? Why
shouldn't it be 'paid back? Of course,
only as far as it -is necessary and the
only way that it could be Ci
be by taxation or sell scr:
Mr. Hunter states. that X
and -water committee iz
everything in its power to CV
an ideal lighting and power'
This I am t very glad to hecr
should let the people knotr
about the plans you Jiave d
and not be so reticent in pull"
ters. You would then ccrZ,
the confidence of the peczZ
My reason for not caring: :' ti"
cuss electric light plants of
cities the size of Ocala is, becc;
am not posted on conditions .of ,t
plants and what's the use; they C
nothing to do -with productic
current in Ocala. I know this, i i-business
business i-business we have reduced the cz
making lime 20 per cent since 11
Current can be produced : cisc;
and cheaper every year, ft cert:
should not cost us more this
than it did last. I quoted my t
mation from men who were tar
sition to know what It costs to CC
rate electricity at our plant. At f
time did I claim that we could c:
it as cheap as Jacksonville. w
What about Mr. Taylor's prcpr ;
tion to furnish the city current i
1 or 2 cents at switchboard? TtL
ought to bear out my statement t!l
current could be generated at ci
plant for 2 cents and for iess Wll
new machinery. : ,-- ;
The subject is, -why advertise fee.
bids to furnish current at switch switchboard
board switchboard when we have our own pr
and can make it nearly as cheap wCl
our present machinery and ch.es.pr
with new. This 'has never been cr
swered to my satisfaction.
J. M. Meffert- .'-
Ocala, June 1 1914. ..."
GET RID Of YOUR RHEUMATISM
Now is the time to get rid of yoc? ;
rheumatism. You can do it if yea ;
apply Chamberlain's Liniment. T7,
A. Lockhard, Homer City, N. Y.,
writes: "Last spring I suffered frcca
rheumatism with terrible pains to -my
arms and shoulders. J got c
bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment an3
the first application relieved ine. Ex
using one bottle of it I was entirely
cured." For sale by all dealers.
ROYAL ARCH MAdOAa
Regular convocations of the OcaEa
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.f on the'
fourth Friday In every month af af-7:30
7:30 af-7:30 p. m. C. E. Simmons, H. P.
1 Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Part ridge-Woodrow Company,
Merchant's Clock. Ocalr
Save money and get a canner. Put
up your tomatoes and other fruits.
We have both the cans and canners.
and all appliances for canning. The.
Marion Hardware Co. 5-3 0-1 2 1
THIS IS RIOT M AUCWRI.
We just want to impress you with the fact
that you can pick out one of the nobbiest shirts
you ever saw arid at the price you want to pay
We are here to serve you, not with a $2 shirt
if you want one at $1, but with the best value
ever shown in Ocala at $1 if that is what you
want to pay -or $1.50 or $2.
Then while you're here just look over our
line of Summer Underwear for men the kind
that's bound to please, and surprisingly low
prices, considering quality.
Our line of Neckwear has been the talk of the
well dressed men of Ocala ever since we opened
our doors two years ago.
Then, too, our late shapes in Straw Hats must be seen to be really appre appreciated.
ciated. appreciated. Prices on these range from $2 to $4 and there's nothing in the city
better at the price.
Eo (Go MVEE39
"The Men's OutUCss?
Harrtaflton Doll D!cck
THE OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3. 1014
)CALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for thU
;rans Honor Guests at Dinner
V Given by Daughters
Jommemorating ithe one hundred
sixth anniversary of the birth of
Jerson Davis, president of the
athern Confederacy the members
JMckison Chapter, U. D. C, gave,
lay their annual dinner tohe Con Con-!erate
!erate Con-!erate Veterans.. Many of the
'tsrans "were accompanied by their
ea and the assembling of nearly
hundred and fifty veterans, wives
ad Daughters made the memorable
sasion one never to be forgotten,
ie long tables, prettily adorned
Ith red and white flowers the
Jbnfederate colors were laid with
.avers sufficient to seat all the vet-
irans at the same time. A bountiful
dinner consisting of fried chicken,
ihdckn Dillau rice, home cured ham.
roasts, pies, cakes, coffee and all
other delicious dishes which go to
I constitute a feast fitting for such anjconvenes thejv will give the same
occasion was served at twelve
o'clock. Among the Daughters pres present
ent present were Mrs. D. E. Mclver, the chap chapters
ters chapters faithful president who works
i loyally always to make the dinners
I a complete success, Mrs. A. Y.
, Strunk, Mrs. S. R. Whaley, Mrs. D.
f'tB. Blackburn, Mrs. Ed. Carnvichael,
' 'Miss Josie -Williams, Mrs. J. H.Hv H.Hv-I
I H.Hv-I Ingston, Mrs. J. H. Spencer, Mrs. J.
W. Hood M rs. R. A. B urford M rs.
A. A. Driver, Mrs. E. L. Carney,
, Mrs. H. B. Clarkson, Mrs. B. A;
? Weathers, Miss Annie Atkinson, Mrs.
J. C. Caldwell, Mrs. M. E. Ervine,
Mrs. H. W. Long, Mrs. W. WV Harris.
Mrs. B. H. Norris and others!
; The dinner was delicious and well
. served and is considered the most
successful affair of the sort yet given.
4 After the meal was over, the veter veterans
ans veterans and their friends listened to a
eh art and appropriate address by
Col. John M. Martin, as eloquent In
' a speech as he was brave on the bat bat-tlefield.
Much applause was given the
brave old soldier, Mr. Peter Durisoe,
tfor a song. ...'
Dixie" was beautifully rendered
''by Mr. S. F. Sanders of Opelika,
Ala:n who Wa3 an interested visitor.
BUY OUR STRONG. STYLISH
;Y1 rSl FOR
THE LEATHER THAT GOES INTO OUR SHOES
IS SO TANNED THAT IT NOT ONlY FEELS COM COMFORTABLE
FORTABLE COMFORTABLE BUT WEARS A LONG TIME. THE SOLES
ARE MADE OF STRONG LEATHER THAT WONT
SOON WEAR OUT. STYLE. FIT. COMFORT AND
THE LOW PRICE ARE WHAT WE GIUE YOU WHEN
WE SELL YOU SHOES.
OUR HOSE WILL STAND THE STRAIN OF BUSY
FEET. TRY IT ONCE: YOU'LL BUY IT AGAIN.
WE MENTION AMONG THE LEADING LINES OF
SHOES WE CARRY FOR MEN: THE STETSON. THE
RALSTON AND THE THOMPSON.
OUR LADIES LINE OF SHOES IS MOST COM COMPLETE
PLETE COMPLETE IN ALL GRADES AND STYLES. NO BETTER
MAKES ON THE MARKET THAN THE DREW AND
department call phone 106)
Visit of Miss Wells to Ocala
Miss Wells, of the Woman's Col College,
lege, College, Tallahassee, who came to Ocala
Monday from Lakeland, in the in-
tecest of the canning club work and
domestic science, left today for Pa Pa-latka.
latka. Pa-latka. Miss Wells is doing excellent
work in the domestic science depart department
ment department and .her informal talk and
cooking demonstration at the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club Monday afternoon was of
great benefit to those present. She
made in a very short time, sweet
muffins, mock angel cake, Dutch ap apple
ple apple tea cake and a sweet loaf cake,
the recipes for which we will pub publish
lish publish for our readers on account of
their economy and deliciousness.
Among those present at the de
onstration was Mrs. G
chairman of domestic
several members or ner class, an
next fall when the Woman's Olub
demonstration before the club body.
Tuesday Mrs. Wells" aeeompanh
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, canning clul
agent, to Anthony. At the home ol
Miss Stella Moore, a bright and at attractive
tractive attractive club girl, they gave a splen splendid
did splendid canning demonstration, which
was well attended.
l Before leaving today Miss Wells
spoke in the highest praise of the
work being accomplished by Mrs.
Moorhead, and she expressed herself
as being delighted with her visit to
Mayor and Mrs. J. D. Robertson.,
accompanied by Misses Minnie Stov Stov-all,
all, Stov-all, Marquerite Porter, Messrs R. B.
Kyle and Dr. Young, motored to
their fishing camp on the Withla Withla-cooohee
cooohee Withla-cooohee river .this morning and pass passed
ed passed the day indulging in the attrac
tive sports offered on such an out outing,
ing, outing, r
Invitations to the commencement
exercises of the University of Flori Florida
da Florida have been received in the city.
Among the students to graduate next
week from the College of Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering are three young men well known
in this city, Messrs. Curtis and Wil
ALL THE FAMttY
W-" s& ..v, A J .... H-
liam Crom, of Gainesville, and Mr.
David White, of Citra. Mr. Robert
W. Shackleford, of Tallahassee, who
has frequently been a week end visi visitor
tor visitor to Ocala will be numbered among
those finishing In law.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Osborn are re receiving
ceiving receiving the congratulations of friends
upon the arrival of a son Tuesday
afternoon, at their home on Fort
Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Bennett have
gone to Chicago to visit for some
time, the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. I. Bennett.
Mr. W. A. Houston, of Tennessee,
is the guest for a few days of Mr.
Pat Anderson, arriving Tuesday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon from Crystal River. Mr.
Houston's father is the -present owner
of the Dixeir Pencil Mills.
Capt. H. W. Henry, of Lake Weir,
was numbered among the out of
town veterans fcnjoying the dinner
given today by the Daughters ab-ihe
Miss Marquerite Porter leaves
shortly for DesMoines, Iowa, to visit
her sister, -MfsV Lew Lyons, during
the summer. Hn route Miss Porter
will make a brfefisit to her sister.
Mrs. Collier, 4n Tuscaloosa, Ala
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott and Mr.
and Mrs. John Taylor moved to their
summer home at Lake Weir today.
Mrs. H. A. Waterman is enjoying!
a visit from her sister, Mrs. Mallory
Liddon and son, of Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. -E. M. Howard, Mrs.
Badger and Mrs. O. T. Green, spent
today at Oldtown, going especially to
see Mr. James Badger who continues
The friends of Mr. Bernard Koonce
will regret to learn that he has been
quite sick for several days.
The King's Daughters will meet
tomorrow afternoon at 5 o clock at
the Methodist church. A good at
tendance is desired. f
MEETING OF THE VETERANS
Marion Camp Xo. 56, U. C. met
June 3rd, 1914. Capt. H. W. 'Henry
commanding. Prayer hy Chaplain
Long, The following members an answered
swered answered to roll call:
Alfred Ayer, Jas. F. Barron, Dr.
t t v rihHstian. M. P. Frink.
w.' iin -W.-TS- McGahazin. J. s. I
W O. Massev. J. A. Mc-
Claran, B. H. Norris, J. W. Nance,
C. C. Priest, J. H. Pittman,.,H. R.
Shaw, Joe Shnford, J. D. Williams,
John Pasteur, C, C. Stevens,. R. J.
Evans, D. H. Irvine, L. M. Graham,
J. W. Douglass and I. P. Stevens.
There being no further business,
the camp adjourned to accept the
Daughters' kind invitation to their
annual dinner, which is always fully
enjoyed and appreciated by the vet-j
erans. Alfred Ayer, Aajx.
OCALA CHURCH DIRECTORY
PRESBYTERIAN Corner of Ft
King avenue and Watula street: pas
tor W. H. Dodge; residence 309 Ft.
King avenue; phone 233. Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a.m.;
superintendent W. H. Dodge; morn
ing sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Mis
sion Society 3 p. m.; evening sermon
1 7:15 o'clock. Midweek prayer meet
1 TTT J f A A
iiug weanesaay evening, iuv.
CATHOLIC North Magnolia St.;
priest, D. Bottolacio; residence 327
North Orange street; Sunday ser
vices: High mass 10 a. m.; vespers
5 p. m ; Sunday school 3 to 5 p. m.;
communion services second Sundays
6:30 a. m.: also regular service
EPISCOPAL Corner S. Broadway
and Watula streets; rector, Rev. Jas.
G. Glass: residence 311 S. Broadway;
phone 415. Sunday services: Holy
communion 7:30 a. m.; Sunday
school, 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer.
litany and sermon 11 a. m.;. evening
prayer '7: 30 p. m.; choir practice
7:30 p. m. Friday; meetings of ves
try and societies at hours appointed
METHODIST Cdrnei Fort King
avenue ana soutn .Main street: pas
tor J. M. Gross; residence Av6 Foit
King avenue; phone 157;
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.,
superintendent L. X. Green; morn
ing sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Ep
worth League 4 p. m.; Senior Ep- store or any drug counter a 50 cent
worth League 3 p. m.; Senior Ep- bottle of Parisian Sage use it f re re-worth
worth re-worth League, 4 p. m.; evening quently the first application re-
sermon 7:30 o'clock. Midweek prayer
meeting Wednesday evening 7:30.
Choir practice Friday evening at the
BAPTIST Corner North Magno-
lia nd North Second streets; pastor
Banyan Stephens; residence 520 Ok-
lawaha avenue; phone 314; Sunday!
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. ni.
superintendent W. T. Gary; corning
cm li cw- r-'itmlllehtful hair tonics known. : v
Oir Smpiremfflcy to
Has long been conceded because our qualities are
always uniform, our styles are correct,
and our prices moderate. ?
We have these in great variety of fabrics serges,
Mixtures, Checks and Stripes.
Russian Mouises amiflfl FJbirSoEis
SIZES 3 TO 18
Prices 02.50 to 812
lor Baptist Youngr People s Union
6:45 p. m.; evening sermon 7:30 p.
m. Midweek prayer meeting Wed
nesday evening o cioc
Church of Christ
East Broadway, next to City Hall
R0y B. Bowers, minister. Residence
708 Lime street. Office and study
at the church, entrance to the rear
Hours: 8 to 12 a. m.,- (except Mon
I days) and 2 to 5 p. m. Wednesdays
I and Saturdays. "At 'Home" to the
congregation and others Mondays, 7
J to 10 p.'m
Services Sunday: Sunday school
MO a. m. Preaching and communion
11 a. m. Junior society 2:30 p. m.
Christian Endeavor Society 6:45 p
m. Preaching 8 p. m. Wednesday.
7; 30 p. m. training class, conference
1 and prayer. Business meetings the
last Tuesday of each month. All
seats free, and everybody welcome.
LOYAIi ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
Visiting brethren always welcome to
the lodge and club house, on Mag
nolia street near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
J. E. Gates, Secretary. ad
Just received, another carload of
tomato cans- The Marion war a ware
Clean Cool Scalp
Use Parisian Sage.. It makes the
Hair Fluffy and Abundant
It is needless for you to have hair
that is anything short of perfect. If
I it is falling out, losing color, splitting
jor if the scalp burns and itches, lin
1 mediately get from Gerig's Drug
moves dandruff, Invigorates the scalp
and beautifies the hair until It is glo-
I Parisian Sage supplies hair needs.
is perfectly harmless. It contains
J the eract elements required to make
the hair soft, wavy, glossy and to
make it grow thick and beautiful.
You will surely like Parisian Sage
las it is one of the best and most de-
ffips to Eat
. New Irish Potatoes t.v-v New String Beans ;
Fresh Apples Oranges
Marion County Fresh Smoked Hams1
Marion County Fresh Smoked Sides
BRICK CITY COFFEE, 4cvj FIRST PRODUCT COFFEE, S9e
Fresh Roasted and ground in our own machine every day.
Sliced Breakfast 'Bacon Dried Sliced Beet
Sliced Boiled Ham for Lunches
EGGS. Fresh from the Country, always in stock
, Olive Oil
lost Found, Wanted, For Sets
For Rent and Similar Local Hccis
WANTED Clean cotton rags at
the Star office.
FOR SALE Remington typewriter,
No. 10; visible writer; In perfect
condition in every respect. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Star office. 4-28-tf
TO HIRE A young man wants to
' hire himself out as a teamster.
Apply at the Star office.
FOR SALE Modern bungalow in
' Lin wood Heights. Inquire of the
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.5-15tf
FOR RENT Bnngalow on Oklawa Oklawa-ha
ha Oklawa-ha avenue; seven rooms; water,
electric lights, gas, etc.; good
garage. Apply to Leon Fishel at
Fishel & Son's store on North
Magnolia street. 5-27-6 1
STORES FOR RENT Two stores
for rent; one on the Main street
front and one on Fort King ave avenue
nue avenue from of Harrington HalL Ap-
ply at office of hoteL 6-l-6t ; v
FOR RENT Two or three furnlsh furnlsh-'
' furnlsh-' ;.. ed rooms; conveniently located
two blocks from court house; rent
rert: 'Call r3i ;77, cr rp-
ply 206 North Main, or McLucas,
Ocala House Barber Shop. 2S-6t
LOST A gold brooch in shape of a
" 'dragon. Finder please return to
Mrs. Dallas Jeff coat or to this of-
WANTED- Subscribers of the Star
. to tell, their neighbors of the plan
now in force for giving cash cou coupons
pons coupons to subscribers. 5-20-tf
FOR RENT A seven room house in
best residential part of city; with
. all modern conveniences. Apply
to 609 'East Second street, or
phone 97. 5-2 8-6 1
WANTED 69 MEN to join the
Brotherhood Baraca Class, city
halL See R. B. Bowers. 5-20-tf
FOR SALE One large horse In
good condition; one good work
mule. Ocala Lumber Sc. Supply
FOR RENT $10 per month to the
right party, a new j 5-rooxn cot cottage;
tage; cottage; best neighborhood. Address.
Star office. '5-29-tf
COXCORDIA LODGE F. Z, OF A.
Concordia ioage. Fraternal Union
of America, meets Ir Tonga's Hall
03 ,the ; second Thursaay erestas of
sach month. Geo. L. Taylor,' P.I1.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1914
SAFETY FOR YOUR VALUABLES.
THE COMMERCIAL BANK begs to announce,
the completion of its absolute fire and burglar
Long and Busy Session of the City
Council Tuesday Evening
The city council held its regular
meeting last evening -with the follow
ing members present: President Hun
one to the Ocala Banner and one to
the Ocala Star, taking the receipt of
said newspapers upon the third copy
for such copies so furnished, which
said third copy shall be retained in
hl3 files, and each of said newspa
pers shall hare a period of fire days :
from and after the date at which
a r ana counciimen m. .t. koms. w.
proof vaults, and the installation of its safe de- a. Knight, j. n. Toiar. h. a. Fausett.
J- C. Smith and E. B. Robinson.
I Absent G. A. Carmichael and E. C.
A 11 . t r .. Minutes of the last regular meet-
All present renters, of safe deposit boxes, are ing and of several special sessions
were read and approved.
3Ir. Frank Gates addressed the
requested to caLTand transfer their valuables to
the new vaults.
We have built for the future and are
equipped to handle all business entrusted to us.
You will enjoy peace of mind if your val-
uables are secure in our vaults. 4
.council on the unsanitary condition
y :of the big open drain, where it passes
through a portion of the third and
fourth wards. Mr. Hunter informed
3Ir. Gates that the matter would be
attended to by the sanitary depart
Judge D. S. Wdlliams, represent
ing the Woodmar Sand & Stone Co..
asked that the council accept as sat
isfactory certain side walk paving on
West Exposition street, done while
his son, the late D. S. Williams jr.,
was a member of that company and
the company could then collect from
the property owners. The matter
x. was referred to the street committee
y and city attorney with power to act
! There were no written communi-
A I J, ...
unaer reports or city omcers, iir,
Geo. J4 Blitch, President
D. C. Stiles, Jr., Cashier W. V. Wheeler, Asst. Cashier.
(jET a. IvET or (3oot
To sbEf TIE"?-
AVE SELL NONE BUT THE ."BEST" TOOLS MADE; AND WE
"KNOW" WHICH THE "BEST TOOLS ARE; WE HAVE BEEN
IN THE BUSINESS A LONG TIME ; WE HAVE THE "KNOW "KNOWLEDGE"
LEDGE" "KNOWLEDGE" OP WHAT TO BUYf AND THE "MONEY" TO BUY IT.
BUY YOUR TOOLS AND HARDWARE FROM US JUST
ONCE AND YOU WILL LEARN THAT OUR HARDWARE
STORE IS THE ONE FOR YOU.
y ; Marsh reported the work on West
X Exposition street progressing nicely.
1 i TTI V, 1 fm-t
rue 'Vintfi vaamoers reponea new
tires placed on the automobile and a
fi section of chemical hose 'dama&uwT hv
Mr. Cleveland, sanitary inspector,
reported the health of the city good
(and that he only knew of less than
Gry&rl&trl half a dozen cases of infectious or
contagious diseases in .the 'city, de-
spite some vague rumors.
J The police, electric and water
j superintendents had nothing to re re-'
' re-' port.
jl I An orninanro was lntiwinrftfl hv
Mr. Hunter to prohibit the sale of
cocaine, morphine y and other drugs
of 'like nature in the city except un under
der under certain very strict regulations.
Read and referred to the judiciary
Mr. Hunter introduced an ordi ordinance
nance ordinance for the prevention and -quarantining
of infectious and contag contagious
ious contagious diseases in the city. The ordi ordinance
nance ordinance was quite lengthy and referr referred
ed referred to the judiciary committee after
Mr. Hunter introduced am ordi ordinance
nance ordinance to prescribe the duties and
powers of the board of health of the
city of Ocala and to prescribe the
membership of said board and the
qualifications of its members. Tills
ordinance is exceedingly lengthy,
was Tead (for the first time and re referred
ferred referred to the judiciary committee.
Mr. Smith introduced the follow
ing resolution, "Mr. Fausett seconded
it, but after some discussion the
resolution was tabled for two weeks,
on motion of Mr. Roess, that mem members
bers members might become more thoroughly
familiar with it.
"Whereas, For, more than ten
years past there 'has been an amicable
arrangement existing hetween the
city council and other city officials
with the two newspapers published
in the city of Ocala, viz: The Ocala
Banner and the Ocala tar, whereby
all legal advertising has been pub published
lished published in both of said papers and each
paper 'has received for their services
one-half of the legal rate for the
publication, which said arrangement
has proven satisfactory to the city
officials and the public at large, and
all matters thereby have been given
the greatest publicity possible with
the same cost which 'would be paid
to one newspaper; and
"Whereas, It is desired to con continue
tinue continue said practice for a term of not
less than two years from and after
the date hereof, and "for such further
time as may be mutually agreed
upon at the expiration of said two
years; now, therefore be it
"Resolved, That for a period of
two years from and after the date of
the passage of this resolution all
legal advertisements on behalf of the
city that may be published by the
city council, city clerk, city attorney
or other officials of the city, be given
to both papers aforesaid, who shall
publish the same, each charging one-
half of the legal rate for its services.
MARION HARDWARE CO.
? Of AT. A FT.rRlTA t
GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY
Monday, June 8th 1914
Lr. Ualoa Depot, Palatka Si35 a. m. K2.SO
L.T. Hampton .. ............... .849 a. b-2J5
Lr. Lake Dtalcr Ts24 a. m 2.00
Lr. Jacksonville.. 9HM a. m. and 7i40 ,. mv 2.00
Special train of Pullman cars and first class coaches will leave Jacksonville
9:00 a m., and Is due to arrive in Valdosta 12:0 p. m., Macon 5:30 p. m., and
Atlanta 9:0 p. m. Tickets will also be' honored on regular train leaving
at 7:40 p. m... and arriving at Valdosta at 11:05 p. m., Macon .4:15 p. m.. and
Atlanta 7:25 a., m. These trains will be personally conducted. Tickets good
returning on any train until and Including Saturday night, June IS. Only
Valdosta passengers will be taken on this train after leaving Jacksonville.
16 Ilosaa St. J. H. RAFFTERY, D. P. A. Pnone 45
FRESH EGGS THAT ARE FRESH
EVERY ONE GUARANTEED.
Call IPlnoinie lOS.
W. I. MARSi
I such copy shall be delivered by the I ?
cierjt, m wnicn to indicate their wil willingness
lingness willingness to abide by the terms of
thi3 resolution for the time afore aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, and if such papers shall indi indicate
cate indicate in writing within the time afore aforesaid
said aforesaid their willingness to abide by the
terms hereof, this resolution shall
become a contract for the time afore-
said with said .newspapers, and if
either of said newspapers shall neg neglect
lect neglect to accept the terms of this reso resolution,
lution, resolution, but one of said papers shall
so accept, it shall then become a
contract with such newspaper accept
ing the same and in such case all
advertising in which the dry is in
terested shall be delivered to such
paper, who shall publish the same
for the legal rate.
"Be it further Resolved, That the
clerk shall upon being notified in
writing of the acceptance of the
terms of this resolution by said
newspapers, or either of them, snail
note the same upon the copy of this
resolution kept by him and report
the same to the city council at its
next regular meeting, to become a
part of the minutes of said meeting."
Mr. Robinson stated that after
the best estimates the finance com committee
mittee committee had been able to make it
would require a millage of seven and
six-tenths mills to bring in enough
revenue to make the city safe. Mr.
Knight moved that the millage be
set at lx mills, butafter some dis discussion
cussion discussion the matter went oevr till next
Under committee reports 'Mr. Tolar
reported the roof of the market re repaired.
paired. repaired. Mr. Roess of the light and water
committee reported -that their inves investigations
tigations investigations showed that it would re
quire the expenditure of $250 to ex extend
tend extend the wires to Mr. C. P. Howell's
residence and supply him with pow
er; that it would establish a prece
dent that the council was not now
able to carry out and therefore the
committee recommended that the
request be declined for the present.
JMr. Roess stated that the light
and water committee had been delay
ed in making its report on the matter
of 'securing increased current or
data for increasing the capacity Of
the present plant, on account of the
absence of Engineer Trombly in New
York and their inability to secure
certain data, and asked for a few
days more in which ito convplete their
Mr. Knight of the street commit
tee spoke of the necessity of some
kind of a hoist or elevator for the
lime quarry and on motion of Mr.
Roess the street committee was In
structed to secure figures and plans
on some such system by next meeting
of the council.
'Mr. Hunter -talked to Mr. Cleve
land on the importance of enforcing
all sanitary laws and regulations,
watching and reporting all nuisances
promptly and forcing the public to
observe the sanitary laws."
Mr. Tolar read a report on the
open drain near 'Magnolia street and
certain recommendations for cover covering
ing covering same. As thi3 will require an
ordinance, so that the expense of the
work may be met, it was referred to
the city attorney to draw such an or ordinance.
dinance. ordinance. The clerk and president were au authorized
thorized authorized to renew certain notes of the
city at the banks.
All bills properly approved were
ordered paid as fast as funds were
The report of receipts and expen expenditures
ditures expenditures was read and filed
(See report elsewhere).
t Mr. Hunter reported that 'Mr.
Tucker, superintendent of the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville electric plant, was present
and he wished the members to re remain
main remain and meet him; that he would
inspect the city's plant while in the
city with the light and water com committee.
mittee. committee. There being no further business,
the council adjourned.
excepting as to notices to non-resi
dents and notices of master's sales
in proceedings to foreclose tax liens,
in which cases the city officials shall
as near as possible divide up said
business, giving an equal amount, as
near as possible, of the publications
to each of the said papers, said mat matters
ters matters not being required, on account
of public interests, to be given to
both papers, but in all other matters
in which the public may have an in
terest the same shall be published in
both papers for the legal rate of one.
"Be it further Resolved, That the
Notice is hereby given that the
board of public instruction, at its
meeting on Friday, June 5, 1914,
will receive and open bids for the
erection of a school house at the Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship school, according to plans
and specifications on file at the office
of the superintendent of public In Instruction
struction Instruction in the court house at Ocala,
Bids will be received for a general
contract covering the furnishing all
the supplies and labor for completing
the building or for the work of erect erecting
ing erecting the house only.
The board reserves the right to
reject any and all bid. Cmriraica-
We have completed the survey of C
rich tracft and will soon publish an ere
cut showing the subdivision. ;
WATCH FOR THE PLAT.
O UR JIARE CHUfA
WHEN YOUR WEDDING
PRESENT COMES FROM US
THEY KNOW "IT IS FINE"
WHEN YOU MAKE AN ANNIVERSARY GIFT, BE IT FOR A
BIRTHDAY, WEDDING OR ANY KIND OF AN EVENT, GIVE AN
EXQUISITE PIECE OF JEWELRY. THIS WILL ENDURE AND BE
CHERISHED FOR AL TIMEf AND EACH TIME THE RECIPIENT
SEES IT, IT WILL RECALL THE HAPPY OCCASION OF WHICH
IT WAS A MEMENTO.
WHEN A GIFT COMES FROM OUR ESTABLISHMENT, THK 1
1IRL WHO GETS IT KNOWS THE QUALITY IS SUPERB.
A. E. BURNETT
i OCALA, FLORIDA
Most Mites for the Least limy.
The real value of your traveling equipment is measured In two ways:
It Is measured in the number of miles of honest travel yon receive
per dollar expended 0
It is also measured by the feeling of pride and satisfaction you re receive
ceive receive from its ownership :
INDESTRUCTO on your baggage signalizes not only a handsome
and dignified appearance, hut a built-in strength and endurance which will
protect you for a life-time of service.
"I believe that half the pleasure of traveling is the feeling of pride
and security In owning an Indestructo -Trunk- says one prominent
This man invested $25 in an Indestructo De Luxe trunk
In four years he traveled 105,000 miles at a cost of 1-40 of a eeat
per mile 2 1-2 cents per hundred miles and his trunk is still in per perfect
fect perfect condition .
Strong, safe. Insured dignified, properly priced a combination that
is found only under the Indestructo trademark trademark-Call
Call trademark-Call at our store today and investigate the trunk that will protect
you against loss for five years from the day you buy It.
"WHY PAY MORE?"
OCAIiA, 1 LORIDA.
The rest room which the Oeali merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors vho are m the city for-a few hoars
with no'hing to do is located on the corner of 'Fort King avenue
and South Main street, opposite the Theos-Zachry furniture
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Lodge a coaremfest
place to rest during the days shopjfcasf The ccaveElr-rar--)
able to offer at. Ccrcrt ITjmilrfi r'ztyc "' ''''
city clerk immet'-
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1914
. J exclusively in
stlon of the
the con con-Panama
Panama con-Panama 1 and the great Keokuk
rsa stock always on hand.
3GI1TRACT0R and BUILDER.
Estimates on any kind
of Building furnished on
chort notice. All work
guaranteed. V i
117 N. BAN CHEZ STREET.
V j P. O. BOX. NO. 438.
' PHONE NO. 368 OCALA
If you want to bay or sell
4 New and Second .Hand
Farm Tools, Harness Etc.
Easy Payments if Desired.
A. M. BOBBITT,
310 S. Main St. Ocala Fla,
: PHONE 503
t For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
jj L SMOAR
, At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Mrde on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and betUi
Detractor In the city.
work for the money than any othei
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Merchant's Block. Ocala 1-1 3-tf
THE NUT CLUB
Au hf 0 MOW LUCKY I AM
TirvT too wevNi
Seems Likely that Wilson and Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt will Oppose Each Other
Washington, June 3. Washing
ton is beginning to speculate serious
ly over 1916 presidential possibili
ties.. Incoming -political bees from
Indiana, New York, Idaho, Wiseon
sin, Iowa and Kansas are beginning
to arouse the capital, which for
weeks has been honeycombed with
possibilities of war.
That President Wilson, his health
permitting, will be urged by many
democratic party leaders to accept a
second nomination Ss conceded. That
Colonel Roosevelt, fresh from his
conquest in South America, will get
his hat in the ring, is considered a
good bet. Former President Taft is
out of all races for republican party
honors is admitted by his best
Should these indications become
facte Wilson will be pitted against
the progressive leader again. But in
the next campaign, the colonel's
friends privately hope, Roosevelt
will be the presidential choice of
both progressives and republicans.
There is a little bee-hive of politi
cal bees, however, who are doing
their utmost to eliminate both Wil
son and Roosevelt. Some of them
for instance- of course they are all
loyal to their present party chiefs
are supporters of Majority Leader
Underwood of Alabama, Speaker
Clark, Chief Counsel Folk of the in
terstate commerce commission, Gov Governor
ernor Governor Glynn, of New York and Sec
retary ot State Bryan. Such is the
line-up of democratic possibilities.
Then when it comes time for the
Bull Moose to meet in national con convention,
vention, convention, Governor Johnson, of Cali California,
fornia, California, former Senator Beveridge, of
Indiana and other progressives
probably will find their supporters
lined up against T. R., maintaining
that that party will stand a better
silts w w im vuv vviuuei aa vnuci
than would T. R. as a candidate.
The race the republicans will have
to select from will have a wide
range. Senators Borah, LaFollette,
and Cummins are already being con
sddered strong possibilities. Some
Indiana republicans think the nomi
nation should go to former Vice
As the situation is today there will
be little shifting an the real strength
of the possibilities until the elections
this fall. Whichever party carries
the greatest number of Congression
al districts will in a measure have a
fair claim to ascendancy. As far as
individual candidates are concerned
a great deal or iJ3eveT.ia.ge s ruture
strength will depend upon the race
he makes against Senator Shiverly
for the senatorial toga from Indiana.
(Governor -Glynn s future as in a
measure wrapped up m tne cam
paign in that state which will prob
ably be the hottest contest since the
1912 presidential campaign. Under
wood's real strength will develop
probably after he reaches the senate
Folk's prospects rests upon his pros
ecution of the New Haven Railroad
In the meantime the speculation
which is just being heard in Wash
ington will begin to grow as the var
ious states send their reports Shere,
for Washington is the political filter filtering
ing filtering plant of the country. Booms,
don't get very far until they have
made some headway in Washington
and then returned to other parts of
Own your own home by buying a
modern bungalow on easy terms of
the Ocala Lumber & Supply Com-
STORES WILL CLOSE THURSDAY
Ocala, Fla., May 28, 1914.
The undersigned merchants here hereby
by hereby agree to close their respective
places of business on Thursdays at
1 p. m.f beginning June 4th, and
continuing to and including Septem September
ber September 10th, and also agree to close
their places of business not later
than 6:30 p. m. on other days ex excepting
cepting excepting Saturdays.
H. B. Masters Company.
Rheinauer & Company.
E. T. Helvenston.
Marion Hardware Co.
B. G. Rivers.
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Counts Grocery Co.
H. A. Waterman.
L. W. Harley.
MclveV & MacKay.
J. L. Smith Grocery Co.
Hayes & Guynn.
The Murray Company.
M. A. Bostick.
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
- 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
chitects by making deposit for same
at their office in Ocala, Florida. Bids
may be made for either the erection
of said addition, or the plumbing of
same, separately, or bids may be
made for both jointly. A deposit in
the form of a certified check in the
sum ot five per cent of the amount
thereof much accompany each bid.
The said board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids. Bids should
be mailed to J. H. Brinson, secre
tary, Ocala, Florida.
The Board of Public Instruction for
the County of Marion, State of
Florida, By J. H. Brinson,
This is a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS A FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Wood row Company
Merchant's Block. Ocala
L. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
O. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
U Work Done by. Licensed. Km Km-balmers
balmers Km-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
O. E. McIVER .104
J. V. ROBERTS 309
. udertaking Office. ... ...... 47
Tis a Question Not to Be
Klci i xTO TTr0 VAnnEl ARE
EXA3IPLE OF MARION
Hard Work Tomorrow by All Hands
on the State Highways
Lansing, Mich, June .3 Under
proclamation of Governor Ferris
the first of its kind ever penned by
a Michigan executive citizens aill
over the state will observe tomorrow
as "road bee day." In many cities
and towns banks, business places and
factories will be closed for the day,
and thousands of merchants and
i bankers will work side by side with
hahflrora an1 tnffnrv mpn fvr th Im
provement of the state's highways.
The state highway commissioner,
who endorsed the governor's plan for
"road bee day," realized the neces necessity
sity necessity of effective organization if the
results hoped for were to be accom accomplished,
plished, accomplished, and accordingly prepared
and caused to be spread broadcast
over the state a bulletin setting forth
effective methods of road building,
repairing and improvement. His sug sug-gestinos
gestinos sug-gestinos were expected to be general generally
ly generally followed. In nearly every school
district, a "road boss was appointed,
and under his direction thousands of
out the day. More than $7,000,000!
was expended for the improvement
of the 70,000 miles of rural high highways
ways highways in Michigan last year and an another
other another large sum will be appropriated
for the same purpose during 1914.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear. j
There is only one way to cure deaf--ness,
and that is by constitutional,
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lln- (
ing of the eustachian tube. When!
this tube is inflamed you have a rum- j
bling sound or imperfect hearing, and I
when it is entirely closed, deafness is i
4lt n T 4 f lw f4YA 4 W A VW.ft4 4 A t
Liic icsuiti uuu UUICS3 til; luuaiuaiiuu
can be taken out and this tube re
stored to its normal condition, hear hearing
ing hearing will.be destroyed forever: nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh
which is nothing but an inflamed con
dition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
tor any case oi ueainess (causea oy
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu
lars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
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-
llting brothers. Wm. M. Gober C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
"I have tried various colic and
diarrhoea remedies, but the only one
that has given me entire satisfac-j
tion is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. 1 recom recommend
mend recommend it to my friends at all times,"
writes S. N. Galloway, Stewart, C. C.
For sale by all dealers. ad
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf
OCALA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Open daily except Sunday from 3
to 5 p. m. Board of Trade rooms,
Ocala House block.
Louise E. Gamsby, Librarian
J. E. FRAMPTON
formerly of Lamar, Mo., is now
located in Ocala. Expert work
guaranteed. References given. Call
or address 229 Daugherty Street,
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COLLIDER BROS., Proprietors.
We mean are you getting the service we, wish to give you and which
you ought to have? We believe you are. Most of our customers are
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But if there is anything wrong
In our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do our part in
straightening it out before the rush days come.
)calla Ice & PacMimg Cn
I have on hand at all time
mt the barns and lot on West
Exposition St.. (Broadway) a
big drore of first class horses
and mules for yon to mike
your selections from. Every
head of this stock has been
selected by me personally in
the markets. I will guarantee
to giTe you as good stock at
as low price as can be had in
the state. Every animal is
warranted to be as represented.
LATH, LIME, BRICK
. We Sell
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling In
Quality or Price
By F. R. MORGAN
COopjrlcbt. ISIS. Wntm Newspaper I'nioa.)
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3. 1914
New Rays of Light
1 One of the most wonderful electrical
appliances Is the X-ray which may be
u.-ed both ia the treatment of various dis diseases
eases diseases and in the diagnosis of many ob ob-sou
sou ob-sou re conditions.. With its aid the in interior
terior interior of the human body is no longer the
sealed book it has been heretofore. Ab Abnormal
normal Abnormal states of the bones, gall stones,
stone In the bladder or in the kidneys, are
shown plainly by what are known as Xt
ray photographs. Internal tumors, and
the enlargement of the deep-seated or?
gans, are also discovered by this means
and in the diagnosis of tuberculosis of
the lungs this aent has proven a most
valuable aid. When applied to some of
the less fatal chronic ailments of germ
origin it has proven very effective as a
Another interesting proceeding Is the
violet-ray treatment produced by concen concentrating
trating concentrating the violet or chemical rays from
an arc light with a specially prepared
carbon upon any portion of the body that
may be the seat of pain. Sufferers from
neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatism, strains,
sprains, also from those obscure exhaust exhausting
ing exhausting pains (the origin of which cannot at
times be accurately determined) frequent frequently
ly frequently find immediate relief from a single
treatment and usually with a little per persistence
sistence persistence in the use of this aid, comfortable
health or perfect recovery is obtained.
The incandescent light bath, consisting
of a cabinet in which the patient is
bathed in the combined rays of many
electric light globes, has produced really
wonderful results In diabetes, sciatica,
rheumatism, obesity, anaemia, and some
forms of kidney and heart trouble. It
has also proven valuable in chronic bron bronchitis,
chitis, bronchitis, bronchial asthma and various skin
diseases. As a general hygienic measure
its efficiency can scarcely be over-estimated.
ThoM who have been patients at Dr.
Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, in Buffalo, N. Y.,
highly commend this wonderfully equip equipped
ped equipped Sanitarium, where the above men mentioned
tioned mentioned electric machines, high-frequency
current, and other most modern and up-to-date
apparatus are used for the cure
of chronic diseases. The treatment of
the chronic diseases that are peculiar to
women have for many years been a large
factor in the cures affected at the In Invalids'
valids' Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute.
In erecting the Invalids' Hotel, Dr. B.
V. Pierce's idea was to make it a genuine
home, not a hospital. Such cases as rup rupture,
ture, rupture, hydrocele and varicocele are usually
cured in ten days, and the patient is able
to return home. The terms are moderate
and the rates at the Invalids' Hotel com comparatively
paratively comparatively low. In the examination and
treatment- of patients the practice is
divided into specialties. Each member of
the Faculty, although educated to prac practice
tice practice In all departments of medicine and
surgery, is here assigned to a special de department
partment department only, to which he devotes his
entire time, study and attention. Not
only is superior skill thus attained, but
also rapidity and accuracy in the diagno diagnosis
sis diagnosis of disease.
Specialists connected with this Insti Institute
tute Institute at Buffalo, are enabled to accurately
determine the nature of many chronic
diseases without seeing and personally
examining their patients. This method
of treating patients at a distance, by mail,
has been so successful that there is
scarcely a city or a village in the United
States that is not represented by one or
more cases upon the records of practice
at the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical In Institute.
stitute. Institute. Such rare cases as cannot be
treated in this way, which require surgi surgical
cal surgical operations or careful after-treatment,
or electrical therapeutics, receive the ser services
vices services of the most skillful specialists at
In medicine there has been rapid pro progress
gress progress during recent years, Dr. Pierce has
kept up with the times by continually im improving
proving improving his laboratory by skilled chemists,
and exercising care that the ingredients
entering into his well-known medicines
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription as well
as the "Golden Medical Discovery" are ex extracted
tracted extracted from the best variety of native
medicinal roots. These are gathered with
great care and at the proper season of the
year, so that their medicinal properties
may be most reliable.
These extracts are then made soluble
in pure triple refined glycerine and bottled
in a hygienic and scientific manner. Thus
the World's Dispensary as established by
Dr. Pierce is supplied with every known
Orange Springs, June 2. Mr. T.
C. Erwin and sister Miss Susie Erwin
came up last Tuesday fcr a visit to
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
A. Carlton. After a few days rest
from school work and a daily swim
in She spring, Mr. Ervin returned to
Ocala, leaving his sister for another
Mr, J. H. Carr has been bringing
some very fine tomatoes to town.
The dry weather ha3 cut off the crop
Mr. A. Earl Osborne "and Mr. J.
Palmer, of Kenwood, were visitors i
Messrs. A. R .and S. A. Burgoin,
of Ottawa, Tenn., were visitors here
Sunday. They registered at the
' Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Waits, Mrs.
Hawthorn and daughter and Mrs.
Xewton Johnson, of Hawthorne,
motored over yesterday and will
spend several days here.
Mr. C. L. Minderman and his fine
buggy horse got tangled up last
week and the horse stepped on Mr.
Minderman's nose, which caused the
bone to be broken. His friends are
hoping it will not be very serious,
and that he will soon have a good
looking nose again.
The, Orange Springs base ball
team has accepted a challenge from
the Johnson team to play them a
game last Saturday. Our boys found
when they arrived at the diamond
some picked ball players from Palat Palat-ka,
ka, Palat-ka, Interlaehen and 'McMeekin. The
Orange Springs boys knew there was
little hope of winning against. such a
line-up, but decided they would play
Johnson, even if they did have to
call in help. Orange Springs lost
out In "the game, of course, but they
invited the Johnson boys over to
play with them on Saturday, the 13,
which time the Sunday school at this
place has its annual picnic.
Mr. Charles A. Woods and Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Moore atended the ball
game at Johnson last Saturday.
Mrs. X R. Wimberly spent several
days last week at Blue Springs, the
guest of Mr. and iMrs. C. J. Rast.
Mrs. Rast returned to Leesburg Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Mr. Rast will go down in the
Wanderer and join his wife in a few
Mr. Herbert Blake of Lake But Butler,
ler, Butler, arrived last Saturday to finish
the interior of the school house,
painting and varnishing the woodwork.;-
The friends of 'Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Johnson, of Buffalo, N. Y., will be
interested to know they announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Miss Erva, to Mr. Jackson Palmer,
The Rodman V Sunday school will
hold its annual picnic at Orange
Springs the ideal picnic place place-next
next place-next Thursday.
iMiss Hattie Carlton returned from
aDDaratus and means of cure, for its aim
is to avoid surgical operations whenever j a visit to Ocala last Saturday.
Great care is exercised not to over en encourage
courage encourage those who consult the specialists
of this institution that no false hopes
may be raised.
Many thousands are annually treated
both through correspondence and at this
Institute. Every one consulting by letter
or in person receives the most careful and
considerate attention. All communica communications
tions communications are treated as strictly confidential.
No charge whatever is made for con consultation.
sultation. consultation. Write the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical
Institute, Dr. R. V. Pierce, President, at
P-rffalo, N. Y.
I lodofff s
'Miss Lucy Pegram left last Sunday
for Louisville, Ky., to spend the
summer with relatives.
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You Come Out on Top no Matter Ho
This Offer Turns Out
"When you buy a box of 10 Reyno Cigarettes remember that the nickel
you pay doesn't close the deal until you put your O.K. on them.
You can't possibly lose. Reyno Cigarettes will not cost you anything
1 r J vi' j
uiucss you re sausuea mat tney are maac
tobacco grown in America.
fj from the fmest
are the finest domestic cigarettes sold for aging and blending of tobacco is your
a nickel. We started selecting the tobacco assurance of Reyno mildness and excel
very carefully away, away back, and our lent flavor. We use only genuine im
39 years of successful effort in the ported French paper in making Reynoc
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wimten-Salsm, N. C
with him, and everything is being
done to make his last hours Testful
There were three tomato buyers
week, and to emphasize the demand,
a nice, new postoffice money order
for one-fifty comes along, to show the
earnestness of the sender, in his
in .town last Monday afternoon, and '.quest for news from the other ex ex-by
by ex-by their talk and actions, they look-jtreme of Uncle Sam's domain. Please
ed the real cash to the packing peo-.Iet the Star shine in this far away
nook for the next fifty-two weeks, so
For sale 50 improved farms,
10 to 600 acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
so Also 2,000 acres cut-over land
well located; fine truck and
orange section. Write for
description and prices Come
JOHN L. DAVIS,
Belleview, June 2. Last Saturday
the Summerfield base ball team
came up to Belleview for the purpose
of crossing bats -with the Belleview
swatters. They came, they saw and
they got left. They -were simply not
in it with the classy base ball aggre aggregation
gation aggregation that Belleview placed on the
diamond, and from the time the um umpire
pire umpire cried: VPlay ball until, the
first half of the ninth inning It was
simply a walk-over ia fade away.
It was ilike taking candy ifrom a
babythe way those Belleview boys
took the Tuns, one by one, and de
posited them with the score keeper
While the Belleview boys were de delivering
livering delivering these runs, the Summerfield
boys wer doing a little running
themselves in the shape of running
around the field chasing the ball or
chasing themselves. It was really
laughable to see the Belleview boys
lam bast the ball half way to Sum
merfield and to see those other boys
start a procession down the pike to
bring it back. Belleview had its full
corps of rooters, boosters and fans
on the ground and its a common
sight around town to hear one staid
citizen ask another where he got the
sore throat, and the answer will be,
"At the ball ground." The Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field boys carried home five runs to
be deposited in their archives, while
Captain Edgar Pelot of the Belleview
boys, carried a score card showing
18 runs up to the club rooms for ex exhibition.
hibition. exhibition. The Belleview boys will
go down to Summerfield this coming
Saturday to give the citizens of that
thrifty burg a correct imitation of
how to play real baseball.
Quite a number of Belleview peo people
ple people motored down to Oklawaha last
Sunday night in Mr. Tremere's car
for the purpose of visiting Mr. Jos Joseph
eph Joseph MUlsom, and found him in a
very critical condition, with small
hopes of his recovery. His son, Mr.
William H. Mttlsom, of St. Cloud, is
Mr. and "Mrs. I. Frank Haviland ) that its rays may diffuse sparkles of
light in the land of the mid-night
ilef t last Sunday night for their home
in Bridgeport, Conn., via all rail.
Mr. (See) Ed Carmichael, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mr. James Knight,, were
in town last Monday afternoon, shak
ing 'hands with their friends.
Mr. A. L. Blackborn, the Summer-!
Berlin, June 2. This vicinity is
very much in need of rain.
field livestock dealer, brought a
bnindh of mules to town last 'Monday
to have them manicured by Mr. Wm.
H. 'Mitchell, the artistic iron-worker.
Mr. J. O. Hightower from Heather
island. snnt nart of iflt Mrfv in 'returned-home Saturday from Weirs-
Miss Mattie Mills returned borne
Saturday, after spending two -weeks
ver pleasantly with foer sister, Mrs.
R. E. Mathews, at Flemington.
Misses Winifred and Ploy McCully
It Is a far away call, to the ice-
dale, where they spent the past
week. They were accompanied home
bound shores of old Alaska, yet outbf Misses Laura and Geneva Cog Cog-of
of Cog-of the distance, laden with the cooli118
breezes that have lapped the snow! Mr- R- s- Bker Jft last 'Monday
and ice capped mountains, comes afor Ktucky after, spending the
call for the Belleview items, as theypast two years ln Florida,
appear in the Star from week to! Mr. Elbert Mills, of Ocala, was the
guest or Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. ii.
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 assured
sured assured you can travel with safety and
pleasure after our work is com-'
pleted. Send at once to 17 North
Main street or phone, or send mes messenger.
senger. messenger. LucMe's Garage
17 N. Main Street
W. (Mills, last Sunday.
Quite a number of Berlinites at
tended Children's Day exercises at
tfiitcnton last Sunday. All pro
nounced the exercises fine.
Misses Rosalie and Inez Collins, of
Irvine, spent last week as the guests
of Miss Geneva McCully.
Miss Emma Crompton. was the
guest of her brother, 'Mr. H. E.
Crompton, In Ocala last wek.
Rev. E. M. Henderson, of Lynne,
filled his regular appointment here
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BIBS WANTED OX SCHOOLHOUSE
Notice is hereby given that on
Friday, June 5, 1914, the board of
public instruction of Marion county,
will receive bids for the construction
of an annex to the present Fairfield
school house as per dimensions and
list of materials on file in the office
of the superintendent in Ocala. Bids
will be received for either the gen general
eral general contract to furnish the mater materials
ials materials and complete work or to furnish
the lumber alone or to do the work
alone. J. H. Brinson,
wed 5-2 0-3 1 Secretary.
Thousands Have Solved It With S. S. S.
Tt l now known that the perms of blood
disorders are found In the inmate spaces of
the tissue fibres. They can be seen only
through a powerful microscope. And It is
ln these spaces that S. S. S. goes to worfc
I rapidly, effectirely and with wonderftillj
i noticeable results.
i This famous blood purifier contains cc-
JMaImmI iHtl anil t t t "I
There Is one ingredient In F. S P. which
erres the actire purpose of stimulating
each cellular rrt of the body to the
healthy and Judicious "election of Its own
essential nutriment. That is why It re regenerates
generates regenerates the blood supp'y; why it na
auch a tremendous influence In overcoming
eczema, rash, pimples, all skin affections,
rheumatlsn, sore throat, weak eyes, loss oi
Our fountain is the pride of our
store. Gerig'e, the reliable drugstore.
welertt. thin Pale cheeks, and that
ness of muscle -and nerre that Is generally
experienced by ail sufferers with poisoned
Get a bottle of 8. 8. & at any drag;
store, and in a few days you will not only
feel bright, and energetic, but yon Wilt b
the picture of new UXe.
S. S. 8. Is prepared only in tbe labora laboratory
tory laboratory of the Swift Specific Co.. 221 Swift
Eldz- Atlanta tia .wno maintain
efficient Medical Department, where all wl
hare any blood ; disorder of a stubborn
nature may write freely for advice.
S. S. S. Is sold ererywire by all draft
Beware of all attempts to sell yon aoaae
thing -Just as good." Insist npoa 8. 8. B
Star Want Ads. Bring Results
TILE OCALA EVENING STAR, WKD.YESDAT, JUNE 101A
FIRST CAR OF CANTALOUPES
Mr. J. A. McGreger, the truck
grower, was In the city today, and
Informed a Star reporter that his
firm, McGreger & Finley Brothers,
Kendrick, had yesterday shipped the
first car of cantaloupes to ieave the
state this season. The fruit he says
is excellent In flavor and size and
should bring top notch prices Trh en
it reaches the market. This car was
shipped to New York.
This firm will ship from 25 to 30
carloads from its farm about three
miles north of Ocala on what is
known as the Finley plantation. It
Is today loading one car and will
probably load two tomorrow.
While several express shipments
have been made from other points
In the ttate, this is the first solid car
GAME WITH ISLAND GROVE
Tomorow is the first half-holiday
tf the season, and in order to make
it more enjoyable a lively ball game
4s in prospect between the home team
and a sturdy aggregation from Isl Island
and Island Grove. Some of the CItra team
DAILY WEATHER REPORT
The following weather report is
furnished the Star every afternoon
by Mr. F. G. B. Weihe, local report
er for the -weather bureau operated
by the United States department of
agriculture, showing maximum and
minimum temperature and rainfall
during the twenty-four hours end ending
ing ending at 3 p. m.:
March average. 74
April average ..81
May average ... 83
June 1...: 93
June 2.;. ... .90
June 3. ...... .90
Unsettled tonight and Thursday,
Min R. F
A full line of Spalding baseball
goods just in at Gerig's Reliable
Drug Stores. V 5-16-tf
TO THE GOOD PEOPLE
OF MARION COUNTY
I want to thank you for the splen
did vote you gave me Tuesday for
representative. I am not unmindful
will be with this nine, and they are of tne responsibility that will rest
likely to give our boys a stout tussle. unon mp and t will trv uh mv
best efforts in good and faithful ser
vice, to show my appreciation.
W. J. Crosby.
Citra, June 3rd, 1914.
If you can't come, telephone our
store for reliable service. Gerig's,
the Tellable drug stores. 6-2
Protect your papers and files by
using a filing cabinet safe. At The
Murray Company. 5-30-3t
"If it isn't an Eastman it Isn's a
kodak." Gerig's- Drug Stores,
Mr. J. E. Frampton, the piano
tuner. Who came here several months
ago from the west, to make his tiome
among us, has bought a pretty resi residence
dence residence lot opposite Mr. Frank Drake's
home and will build a comfortable
toome on the property at an early
date. Mr. Frampton bought the
property through Mr. D. S. Wood Wood-row.
row. Wood-row. V ';
By the interest manifested in the
coming silver medal contest we think
it is bound to be a success.
The union Sunday school picnic
at Silver Springs today was attended
by abouDoOO Palatka people, who
cano oveWrmn the Gem City on the
Ocala Najsroern train, and had a most
fnfi flf h Prr,ntT? J Quite
a number came on to Ocala and took
a look over the city. Among them
Mrs. H. A. Buky and Miss Hattie A.
Buky, mother and sister of our ef efficient
ficient efficient night operator, Mr. J. D.
Buky, who in company with two
friends, Mrs. Harry Merwin and
daughter, Miss Inez, paid the Star a
ATTENTION C. OP C.
The Fanny R. Gary Chapter, C. of
C. will hold its regular business
meeting Friday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock at the residence ot 'Mrs. B.
D. Blackburn on Oklawaha avenue.
All members are urged to be pres
OUR SOLDIER BOYS
CAME OUT AHEAD
Company A, Second Infantry of
Ocala, won third prize money for
state indoor gallery competition par
ticipated in by 20 companies of Flor
Ida state troops. Company, First In
fantry; won first prize; Company K,
First Infantry, won second prize.
WITH THE PALATKA TEAM
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Mr. and Mrs. Dodson have been
enjoying a visit from their rdaugn rdaugn-ter,
ter, rdaugn-ter, Mrs. D. F. Kirby of Dade City,
-and her children. Also from their
sons, Edwin M. Dodson from Blair,
Okla., and another son, Herbert Dod Dodson
son Dodson of Tishimingo, Okla. These two
young men are part owners in a bank
in (these respective towns, and also
each holds the position of assistant
cashier in their banks. While here
these young men made a'; trip to St.
Petersburg, Miami, Key West and
several other points of interest.
To make your trip a real pleasure
a Thermos bottle is a necessity. We
sell them. Gerig's, The Reliable
Drug Store. 5-16-tf
The members of the Palatka ball
team came over with the picnickers
to Silver Springs this morning, and
came on to Ocala to have a game
with our home team. Palatka has
one of the finest teams in the state,
and unless the rain prevents there
will be a most interesting game sthls
The Ocala line-up is as follows:
Bullock c; Clark, Howard, p; Mc-
Leod lb; Davis 2b; Batts ss; Dewey
3b; Harris If; Thompson cf ; Din
We make special prices to girls'
canning clubs. The Marion Hard
ware Company. o-30-12t
COAST LINE SCHEDULE
You Don't Know
Until you have tried
Heinz Baked Beans
Special by the dozen for
this week only
No. 1 tins (10c) .. . 51.02
No. 2 tins (15c) -$1.56
No. 3 tins (20c) .$2.16
Good to Eat.
Ready to Serve.
O. K. Teapot Grocery
PHONES 10 and 174
Jacksonville and St. Petersburg
No 9 Leave Jacksonville 4 p. m.;
arrive Ocala 9:05; arrive St. Peters
burg 3 a. m. ..
No. 10 Leave St. Petersburg 11
p. m., arrive Ocala 6:05; arrive
Xo. 39 Leaves Jacksonville af
9:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala at 2:40 i
m.; arrives St. Petersburg at 9:10. 9:10.-Xo.
Xo. 9:10.-Xo. 40 Leaves St. Petersburg ai
6:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 12:54 p
m; leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m.; arrive
Jacksonville at 6:30 p m.
Ocala and Lakeland
Xo. 35 Leaves Ocala 6:40 a. m.;
arrives Lakeland 11:05 a. m.
Xo. 32 Leaves Lakeland 5:4 8 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 9:50 p. m.
Ocala and Homosassa
Xo. 49- Leave Ocala, 8:20 a. m.;
arrive Homosassa, 1 p. m.
Xo. 47 Leave Ocala, 2:20; arrive
Xo. 44- Leave Homosassa, 10 a
m.; arrive Ocala, 12:50 p. m.
Xo. Leave Homosassa, 1:30 p.
m.; arrive Ocala, 6 p. m.
OCALA LODGE XO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge Xo. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. .Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-1 3 -tf
Xew York, June. 3. Turpentine
and rosin unchanged.
Chicago, June 3. July wheat
pork $20. $30; lard, nominal;
STOCKS AND BONDS
Xew York, June 3. Slocks fairly
active with mixed fractional changes.
Cotton steady, five to eight lower.
July 13.14; October 12.77.
ELECTION IS OVER
(Continued from Page One)
preme Court Avery 12; Ellis 23;
Shackleford 15. Representatives
Crosby 34; Henderson 20; Light 23.
State Attorney Koonce 9; Scofieid
19. Collector Colbert 36; Stripling
7. 'Member School Board, District
2 Blitch 29; Xettles 5.
Commissioner, District 2 Coulter
2; Parker 3; Smith 3; Watkins 24.
Commissioner, District 1- Carmi Carmi-chael
chael Carmi-chael 15; Cam 24. Commissioner,
District 3 Davis 32; Pyles 10. Sen SenatorFletcher
atorFletcher SenatorFletcher 36; Stockton 4. Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Clark 33; Denton 5.
Commissioner of Agriculture Ap Ap-pleyard
pleyard Ap-pleyard 16; McRae 20. Justice Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court Avery 13; Ellis 22;
Shackleford 14. Representatives
Crosby 31; Henderson 21; Light 21.
State Attorney Koonce 14; Sco Scofieid
fieid Scofieid 26. Assessor Ayer 18; Moor Moor-head
head Moor-head 20. Collector Colbert 27;
Stripling 14. Member School Board,
District 2 Blitch 29; Xettles 6.
NOTICE TO BOG OWNERS
The mayor gives notice that from
this date all dogs must be kept up
or muzzled. Dogs running at large
without muzzles -will be impounded!
6-3-lt W. F. Adams, City Marshal. 1
On April 7th I took up a dark 'bay
mare, Dlind in one eye, both front
feet scarred. Owner can have same
by paying for this advertisement and
cost of keep. J. B. Stanley, Morris Morris-ton,
ton, Morris-ton, Fla. 6-3-lm
DAIRY STOCK FOR SALE
I ,have had placed in my hands for
sale 100 dairy cows (they are ac
climated, dehorned and bred to reg
istered Holstein bull); 50' pure bred
Angora goats; separator; boiler.
milk cans and complete dairy equip
ment; also lots of farm implements.
E. C. Beuchler, Anthony Farms, An
thony, Fla. 6-2-tf
You get good, genuine coca-cola at
A tract of 120 acres or good pine
land one mile north towards Ocala
from Montague station on the A.
C. L. Railway; unimproved. Best of
watermelon, cabbage and gardening
land. Apply at Star office for further
information. 5-6-dw tf
WOODME OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp Xo. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov
ereigns alwayf welcome. Adv.
F. J. Burden, C. C
Chas K. Sage, Clerk. 1
SUGAR HAMMOCK IjANDS
Merchant's Block. Ocala
GOING AWAY THIS SUMMER ?
If so, insure your baggage against
loss by fire, theft or wreck in hotels
or steamers, on trains, docks, plat
forms or wagons. Rates extremely
low. E. M. Osborn, Holder. Build
INDIGESTION AND CONSTIPATION
"About five years aeo I besran tak
ing Chamberlain's Tablets after suf
fering from indigestion and consti
pation for years without find in e anv
relief to me. Chamberlain's Tablets
helped me at once and by using
them for several weeks I was cured
of the complaint." writes Mrs. Marv
E. McCullen, Phelps, X. Y. For sale
by all dealers. ad
FOR AN IMPAIRED APPETITE
To improve the appetite and
strengthen the digestion, try a few
doses of Chamberlain's Tablets. Mr.
J. H. Seitz, of Detroit, Mich., says:
They restored my appetite when
impaired, relieved me of a bloated
feeling and caused a pleasant and
satisfactory movement of the bow
els. For sale by all dealers, adv.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Part ridge-Wood row Company
Merchant's Block, Ocala
; We seek an opportunity to convince you thct db ctronsT, cccccrv cccccrv-ative,
ative, cccccrv-ative, but progressive institution can help you incrcT-2 your rtscurcco
and make your business grow. Will you grant us the opportunity ?
The Ocala National' Ba
Capitol, Scrplca end PffcCirs CCjCOCD. ;.
ACTIVE TJ. S.
JNO. L. EDWARDS, President. CLARENCE CAMP. Vice-:
H. D. STOKES, Cashier
We have just received 133 of the very latest styles in Hat
Shapes. These are made of high-grade HEMP and Milan Straw.
They sold for $2 to $4, but as we made a special purchase, we
offer them THURSDAY, JUNE 4th, 9 to 12 a. m.f;at.
LOW w J
Only Occ Co a
Loots all ffltoe 'WJmdlow-
. SPECIAL TO OUa CUSTOlEtgi)
All the leading stores of Ocala will begin ?io4close their
places of business on Thursdays at 1 o'clock. As we are
amongst this class of merchants, we intend to jdo likewise.
Watch for our specials on these days. We are going to do a
full day's business in half a day. V
Our Great Lace end Eab7clclsry Sole la On.
Come to our store every day this week. Something special daily.
YOU WILL EVENTUALLY TRADE HERE
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
George Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf
Ocala People Should Learn to Detect
the Approach of Kidney Disease
The symptoms of kidney trouble
are many. Disordered kidneys often
excrete a thick, cloudy, offensive
urine, full of sediment, irregular of
passage or attended by a sensation of
scalding. The back may ache, head
aches and dizzy spells may occur and
the victim is often weighted down by
a feeling of languor and fatigue.
Xeglect these warnings and there is
danger. Delay often proves fatal.
You can use no better endorsed
kidney remedy than Doan's Kidney
Pills. Here's Palatka proof of their
G. W. Hall. River St., Palatka,
Fla., says: "I can strongly recom recommend
mend recommend Doan's Kidney Pills, for my
experience with them convinced me
that they act just as represented. I
have taken Doan's Kidney Pills for
weak kidneys and lame and aching
back and I have never failed to get
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. Hall had, Foster-MLourn
Co., Props.. Buffalo, N. Y. Ad 12
Now Open and Reedy to Receive S!c-2Qts
Complete Commercial or Business Courses taught.
Any Special Business Study that you desire may be taken
All High School Studies German, French and Spanish
taught. -s r? -'
Rapid systems of Stenography and; Typewriting quickly y
learned at this school. , .. ;
Telegraph and Wireless Equipment will be installed short shortly,
ly, shortly, when courses of study will be given in these lines.
A competent Corps of Instructors on the Staff.
Enroll your name. Tiy the school a Month, it not satified,
we do not want your money. Is this fair enough?
We want your assistance. Can we count on you?
We are here to stay.
College is open Day and Evenings.
Entire Third Floor Commercial Bank Building.
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OCALA, FLORI DA
To a Person Uto PsfcZas
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Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity To supply that ne-
cessity is Our Basinecs.
? 8. Untm Street!'
t OCALA, FLORIDA
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