The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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VOL. 21.

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VILLA AND HIS VETERANS CDRFIOEflT OE

STEADY SAIN OF SHELLS ALL DAT TODAY ItlTO THE BE BESIEGED
SIEGED BESIEGED CITY

Torreon, June 22. General Villa's
army 13 preparing for a general as assault
sault assault on Zacatecas tonight. His big
guns bombarded the city today. The
heavy rains filled the trenches with
water. Thirty thousand rebels will
be thrown against the city tonight.
If Zacatecas is captured it will ibe
used as a -base for the campaign
against Mexico City:
VILIiA WILL. NOT ADMIT TROU TROUBLE
BLE TROUBLE WITH CAIIRAXZA
Villa continues to deny having
t had a split with Carranza. General
Natera Is not mentioned in the dis dispatches.
patches. dispatches. FEDERALS JIAKIXG A BRAVE
FIGHT
The federals, who number about
12,000 men, are making a brave
defense of. Zacatecas. It Is report reported
ed reported that several hundred have,. been,
" killed or wounded in the desultory
fighting that has been going on for'
a week.
IS VEIN IIIDEPEIIDEIIT
CARRANZA TAL.KS LIKE HE IS
THE WHOLE CHEESE
El Paso, June 22. Gen. Vemis Vemis-tiano
tiano Vemis-tiano Carranza has forwarded his re re-ly
ly re-ly to the two notes of June 2 and
$, sent him by the mediation com com-rmlssioners
rmlssioners com-rmlssioners at Niagara Falls.
Carranza's note reiterated his wil willingness
lingness willingness to participate in confer conferences,
ences, conferences, whose object he recognizes as
the' pacification of Mexico. The fu futility
tility futility of discussing Mexican internal
affairs, however, is pointed out.
Carranza,. makes it plain that
among the things he considers It
impossible to discuss are the propos proposed
ed proposed armistice, military movements of
the constitutionalists, the agrarian
question and the designation of a
provisional president of Mexico.
REBACCI HAD NO REGRETS
Electrocuted this 3 lo ruing for the
Murder nf a Rival Tim
Years Ago
Ossining, N. Y., June 22. Pietro
Rebacci, a member of the West Westchester
chester Westchester murder syndicate, was elec
trocuted this morning for the mur
der of Antonio Marro, at White
Plains.a year ago, in a quarrel over
la 'beautiful Italian gin. Keoacci
made no statement and was cool to
the end.

Womeo?s '.
Suffrage'
7 T

T ALL
NEARLY A HUNDRED AND SEV SEVENTY
ENTY SEVENTY DEATHS IN THE
ALBERTA MINE
. Hillcrest, Alberta, June 22. With
fifty bodies taken from mine No. 30,
where an explosion .wrecked the
mine, the total number of bodies
now recovered reached 161. There
ars eight still missing.
ODEADFtll FATE
OF
ANLMAL TRAINER TORN TO
PIECES BY HIS DANGER-
ors pets"
Chicago, June 22. Emerson E.
Deitrich, manager of a theatrical
production presenting a tToupe of
trained lions, was killed and partly
devoured last night by six lions
when lie entered the car in which
they were caged. While the keepers
were recovering Deitrich's body, a
lion escaped from an adjoining
cage' and terrorized the residents of
the thickly populated quarter in
which the car stood.
The escaped lion finally was driv driven
en driven iback to his car, having harmed
no one.
ANTI-POOLING LAW
IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL
Washington, June 22. Ken
tucky's anti-pooling tobacco law,
passed as a sequel to the night rider
troubles, was declared unconstitu unconstitutional
tional unconstitutional by the supreme court today.
BIG DRUGSTORE BURNED
Loss of $100,000 in a Fire in St.
Louis
-
St. Louis, '.June 22-. Luytie's
Pharmacy was burned today. The
loss is estimated at $100,000.
Globe-Wernicke cabints make
your work easier as we-1 as giving
tone to your office. At The "Murray
Company. 6-18-3t

AM

TAKEN

OUT

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OCALA FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1914

WITH

TWO OTHER CQNSTITOTIOIIALIST ME ME-HIVES
HIVES ME-HIVES Oil THE IW TO

WASH GTO

Laredo, June 22. Three repre representatives
sentatives representatives of Carranza, among them
Iglecias Calderon, whose name is
being mentioned by the mediation
conferences as provisional president,
left today for Washington. They
arrived at Laredo last night from
Saltillo, where they received instruc instructions
tions instructions from Carranza. It is reported
that they are the acredited represen representatives
tatives representatives of Carranza to the mediation
conference.
DESIRES ONLY
A
EDEAL
PRESIDENT WILSON DENOUNCES
THE MEN WHO ARE TRYING
TO CREATE A BUSINESS
DEPRESSION
Washington, June 22. Discussing
his policy toward big business and
his attitude on the "phychological
depression," President Wilson today
declared that all he wants is a
"square deal."
The president said he had no quar
rel 'With any person or corporation
that desires legitimately to criticise
his policies, or work through Con Congress,
gress, Congress, ibut he contended that the
systematic circulation of letters and
telegrams protesting against anti
trust legislation is open to criticism.
The president stated that a few in
terests has created an artificial cam campaign
paign campaign through the liberal use of the
mails and .telegraph lines to oppose
certain legislation.
SENATOR WEST
STANDS BY SMITH
Washington, June 22 John Smith
of Macon, is expected to be named
district attorney for the Southern
District of Georgia by the president
s'hortly. Senator West is urging the
appointment of Smith.
TY COBB IN TROUBLE
Was Arrested for Getting After a
Man who Insulted his Wife
Detroit, Mich., June 20. Tyrus R.
Cobb, the Detroit American out-fielder,
was arrested and placed in jail
by officers here last night, Cobb is
charged -with having pointed a re revolver
volver revolver at a man, who Cobb claims,
insulted Mrs Cobb. He was promptly
bailed out.
Cobb claimed that a butcher's clerk
insulted his wife over some fish
which were purchased. In the en encounter
counter encounter Cobb broke his thumb, and
will be out of the game for several
days.
Twenty-one meal tickets at Ro Ro-doff's
doff's Ro-doff's Cafe for $5.50. Best meals in
town. 6-16

SQUAD

Wfcei Womeiare Given tie Ballot
They will all own a piece of real estate so they can
vote the full ticket. In order that everybody, both
men and women, may be in a position to vote, I am
going to put on within the next few days the most at attractive
tractive attractive real estate proposition that has ever been of offered
fered offered in Marion County. For particulars
Waiclhi TDnus Spaces 2

I

BRAVE EIRE
FIGHTERS BURNED

MUCH LOSS TO A BIG FIRM IN
WORCESTER, MASS
Worcester, Mass., June 22. The
Riker Jaynes building was burned
today. Four firemen were badly
burned. The loss is estimate J at
?50,000.
PIMIE PEBBLE
PHOSPHATE CO.
OF FLORIDA UP IN THE UNITED
STATES SUPREME COURT
Washington, June 22. Joseph
Hull of-Savannah and the Savannah
Trust Company lost in the supreme
court in litigations with Arthur Burr
and other Bostonians, trustees of the
Prairie Pebble Phosphate Co., of
Port Tampa, Fla. Hull alleged fraud
and asked damages from the phos phos-iphate
iphate phos-iphate company, which is financed in
Boston.
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GET 200,000 ACRES OF
AWAY FROM THE
GOVERNMENT
LAND
Washington, June 22. The claim
of the Southern Pacific Railroad Co.
to the title to 200,000 acres or rich
oil lands estimated ,to be worth
$500,000,000, was upheld by the su
preme court toaay. The uue was
disputed by the government and
other litigants.
NOTICE
I have been delayed in getting my
tools and material and will not open
my jewelry repairing business in the
Carlisle Drug store for a few days
longer. J. C. Smith, Jeweler.
6-18-3t-dly
Buy your vacation articles before
leaving home. Bathing caps, combs,
hair brushes, tooth powder, mani manicuring
curing manicuring articles, talcum powder,
creams and lotions, toilet water and
perfumes. This is the store for ser serviceable
viceable serviceable vacation and other summer
goods. The Court Pharmacy. 6 20 4t

FOR

RAILROADS

MEDIATION I'll

THE MURK
END OF CONFERENCE WILL FIND UNITED STATES 10
MEXICO FAR APART EVER

Washington, June 22 "Mediation
is practically a dead issue and tho
the conferences may last another
week, the. outcome will find the
United States just 'as far from a
peaceful solution for the pacification
of Mexico as It was before the me
diation conference commenced."
This statement was made today by
an official in close touch with the
administration.
Despite the optimism of Secretary
Bryan, the feeling is general among
officials that the peace parleys are
slowly dying a natuiai death.
ESPANOLA CIGAR CO.
RECEIVED A BIG ORDER
The Espanola Cigar Company nasi
just received a very nice order for
its cigars from an Eastern firm. The
order was secured a few days since
.by a representative of the factory
while in the East, and is for 20,000
per 'month. The brand to be supplied
is the company's Espanola Conchas
and Espanola Smokers, but will be
put up under a special brand for
the customers' trade. The last of
this month this company will secure
another order for a like amount each
month and the 40,000 monthly, with
Its regular trade, will necessitate the
putting on of two or more clgarmak clgarmak-ers
ers clgarmak-ers at once.
HOME ISNT ALWAYS
SWEET HOME
Home, says a writer in the Smart
Set is a place where the family
skeleton hasn't any funnybone.
Where the telephone is a device j
by which men escape coming home!
to dinner.
'Where the fire of love may be
covered with ashes of poverty.
Where the key is changed from B
natural to two sharps.
Where the sins of the fathers are
the excuses of the children.
Where -the family tree has many
fallen leaves.
Where the family cupboard has
many .borrowed dishes.
Where the family ties are often
knotted.
'thank you" and!
TTt 4 4 , f
nere piease, inans you anaji
beg pardon" are reserved for visit-j
ore.
Where a wife's
relatives and a;
friend are two different things. j
Where many a man who plays the
king finds his wife is ace high.
Where Tolerance, Tenacity and
Tact may be the three ruling muses.
B. I.
Carn
North

OCALA-'

NO. 145

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FOR A SIRL
DORIS MPP3IAX OF SAVANNAH
REWARDED FOR A
BRAVE DEED
Washington, June 22. Doris.
Lippman7"a girl 6cbut of Savannah,,
has been awarded a prize of $50 for"
saving the Jlfe of a man overcome
by gas while digging a well, accord according.
ing. according. to an announcement from the
aitk)nal Red Cross Society today.
This is the first award by the so- -ciety
to girl scouts.
READY FOR BUSINESS
I am now located in the Carlisle
Drugstore west of the courthouse
and ready for all kinds of jewelry
and watch repairing. My motto
shall be quick work and moderate
charges. J. C. SMITH, '
6-2 2-3 1 Jeweler.
The Archer correspondent to the
Gainesville Sun says: "Rev. W. H.
Dodge of Ocala preached two very
able sermons on Sunday at the -Presbyterian
church. Rev. Dodge is a
very impressive speaker and his
discourse was much enjoyed."
Mr and Mrs. W. L. Godwin, of
Fairfield, and their niece, little Miss
Vera Summers, motored to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville yesterday and will be guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Har--rison
until Monday, (when they go te
High Springs on a visit to rela-
tives. Gainesville Sun.
Mrs. Martha Lee, who for many
J years followed the calling of a train-
ed nurse, and was later for some
time in charge of the doctors' oBces
In the Yongehlock, is, the Star re regrets
grets regrets to say, very feeble. The Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church, of which she is a mem-
5 ber, takes care of her, and one of the
I brethren furnishes her a house to
i1
live In. She Is looked after by her
daughter. Mrs. Lee has done a
great deal of good work for the sick.
and it is pleasant to know she is well
icarea for now.
Dr. McClane has Just received a
.Louisville, III., paper, which says
Florida watermelons are selling for
$4 each in that burg. Wonder who
Is getting the gigantic rake-off.
SEYMOUR
Building,
Magnolia St.
FLA,

GREA

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TWO

THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
&. R, Carroll, Geere4 Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, 'Fla., postoffice as second clas3 matter.

financial difference is made tip for

by the fact that a poor man's vote

counts for just as much as a rich

man's. Also, the poll-tax goe3 to the
support of the public schools. In

which the children of the poor

i greatly outnumber the children of
j the rich. Let the Artisan man study

the matter more closely, and he

j may revise his opinion.

PHONE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
tne year, In advance. .... .$5.00
Zlx months, iix advance.. ..2. 5
Tiiree months, in advance. 1.25
One month, ju advance ....

(Foreign)

One year, in advance.... .$8.00

Six months, in advance.... 4.25

Three months, In advance.. 2.25
One mon'h, in advance.... .80

Palatka "will have a big 4th of
July, and will welcome pilgrims
from Marion.

So far, the only two Mexicans who
have shown both brain and back backbone
bone backbone since the downfall of Diaz are
Vilfct and Huerta. !'

V Grand Master Little must do
much. We must all help him.
Fraternal Record.
And his home lodge should lead
In his support.

The Palatka ball team, which
plays here today, has won six con consecutive
secutive consecutive games. The last two were
over St. Augustine and La wtey in
the order named.

Of the Palatka papers, the Item
and the News both come valiantly to
the defense of the New South Farm
and Home Company, but the Times Times-Herald
Herald Times-Herald sits on it de fence, we
mean; not the company.

from turning the organs over to the
widow and daughter for burial be before
fore before this company, which had issued

an accident policy to Painter, had an
opportunity to examine them. At
the instance of the insurance com company
pany company a receiver then was appointed
to take charge of the organs and. to
make chemical examination on the
ground that the insurance policy
provision giving the company a right
of examination, was superior to any
property right the .widow or daugh daughter
ter daughter might have. It is for review of
this decision that the case has been
taken to the 'supreme court.

The Jacksonville State wants a
municipal ice factory. In -course of
time, and not very long time, all
cities will own their water, lighting,
beating and cooling plants, and the
' government .will own the transporta transporta-Hon
Hon transporta-Hon and intelligence lines.

ft-

.Joe TI ugh Reese Is making no
great "hugh and cry" because of
his defeat lor the legislature in old
Orange. Palatka Times-Herald.
.Joe is a good loser, iand the coun

try -irespeots that sort.

" IWhit 2ras become of the old fash fashioned
ioned fashioned -youth who used to drive a
horse roiCh one arm and support a
dainty 'btt r calico with, the other?
Fraternal Hecord.
Saw one of them starting out
with a horse and "buggy and l a
pound of candy Sunday afternoon.

tit je-malned for the voters of

.ucaja. to extmeruisn Marion s L.ignt

by a decisive majority. Palatka
Ttoe-TJeraJd.
JLSght says that If anybody thinks

"bushel, they have another think coming-
... .

- "Postmaster General Burleson has

turned down Congressman Spark-

jnan's recommendation of Captain

3l3i-Xay for appointment to the Tarn

pa post mastership, on account of Mr.
:MacKav's age', and requested the

congressman to recommend a young

r man.

The Star doesn't think that the
Tampa Tribune is doing Itself any
good by its war on Congressman
Sparkman over the posjtoffice ap appointment.
pointment. appointment. It seems to the Star,
and it probably seems the same way
to many other people, that when a
paper praises a congressman in one
campaign for a statesman, and

abuses him the next for a chump,
simply and solely because he hasn't

suited it in a postoffice appointment.

the people are likely to consider It
inconsistent and an unsafe exponent

of public opinion. These postoffice

jobs are not of any great import

ance to the public anyhow. 'As long
as he receives his mail regularly, the
average man doesn't care a con continental
tinental continental who is postmaster, and the

private grievances of the defeated

candidates are wearisome to the pub

lic.

Elsewhere will be found a dis

patch from Washington, giving a
list of firms that have been inves investigated
tigated investigated by the agricultural depart

ment and fined for adulterating

their goods. The fines do not amount

to very much, hut if the, newspa

pers throughout the country would

print the reports sent out by the

department, they would put an end

to the practice of adulteration in
short order., A man who puts poison

in goods that he Intends to sell to
the people deserves nothing less

than a penitentiary sentence, and a

firm that follows such practices

should be forced out of business.

PREPARING FOR ANOTHER
WEEK OF PALAVER

According to Saturday's dispatch dispatches,
es, dispatches, mediation was all off. There was
nothing left for mediators and dele delegates
gates delegates but to pack up and go home.
Sunday's news tola a different
story. Ways and means have been

discovered of harmonizing the con conflicting
flicting conflicting elements, so it is likely that
the parties to the conference will
have another pleasant week at Niag Niagara,
ara, Niagara, while the Mexican peons go on
butchering each other, and Ameri

can taxpayers go on paying the bills.
The reason probably is that the
Mexican delegates, who threatened to

quit if their demands were not grant granted,
ed, granted, were only bluffing. They are, or
should be, sufficiently -well informed
to know that the best thing their
boss can do for himself is to comply
with American demands.
It must be evident that mediators

and delegates are realizing that the
gentleman in the White House has
decided what they should do, and
they might as well do it The medi mediators
ators mediators probably thought they were
going to run things, and the Mexi Mexican
can Mexican delegates most likely thought
they would be able to obtain at least
half what they asked for, so they
asked for about four times as
much as they had a right tor
The Star hopes hat Mr. Wilson
has made up his mind on what he
wants the conference to do. It has
no doubt that he knows much bet better
ter better what is good for Mexico than
the mediators and all the conflict conflicting
ing conflicting factions of Mexicans put to together.
gether. together. As for his honesty and dis dis-interedness,
interedness, dis-interedness, there is no comparison.
He didn't ask the mediators to
mediate, and there is no reason -why
he should do anything he believes
is wrong to1 pi ease them.

But after the conference what?
The Star doubts very much that
Mexico will submk to any reason
or argument except the one of force.

It is reported that the negroes
will soon start a big national daily
paper. The Star doesn't see any
call for it. The Jacksonville Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis has its negro department,
and all the Sunday papers have col colored
ored colored supplements.

Ocala also is concerned in cutting
a canal from the St. Johns river to

t&B Indian river near Eau Gallie. It

would enaible the City of Ocala and

other Oklawaha iboats to voyage

from Silver Springs to the lower
"East Coast points without going out

ot their way via Jacksonville.

'The Florida Fraternal Record of

Jacksonville for June devotes much

of its space to Ocala lodge 'affairs

Brother White runs the best frater

nal paper of its size in the United

:States. It Is newsy and brilliant on

vpry page. The fraternal orders of

SHoxlda should give it full support

3Ir. 'Marion L. Payne of Fairfield,

-while on a visit to Ocala last week,

had to take a good deal of chaff
from Mr. R. A. Burford and other
'.supporters of i. Fletcher about- the

senatorial contest. He gave them as

.good as they sent, however; and

says better luck next' time. Mr

rayne Is prepared to take things
philosophically. He Is a successful
farmer and business man, has made
good crops, has corn in the crib,

meat in the smokehouse and money

In the bank. It would be a good

t'EJng for the country if all its citi citizens
zens citizens took as good care of their home
.and as live an interest in their pub-

!5c affairs as Marlon L. Payne.

Some papers are blaming Flagler
because the United States supreme
court has ruled that the East Coast
Railway has the righ to base its

rates on fruits and vegetables on the
cost of the extension of the railroad

to Key West. Of course, Mr. Flag

ler ought to have built the railroad
and then hauled freight over It free.
Lakeland Telegram.

The people of Florida have never

asked the railroads to haul freight

for them free. The people "of Flor

ida ;have given the railroads hun

dreds "of thousands of acres of land,

and have a right to ask for justice

in return. The over-sea extension

is no .benefit to the fruit and vege

table growers on the mainland, and
it is a rotten injustice to tax them

to pay for it.

In his paper, the Plant City Ar Arrow,
row, Arrow, J. Fred DeBerry, defeated can

didate, says that "no man can go to

Congress if he takes the side of the

plain people." Miami Metropolis.

One of the reasons why candidates

like J. Fred are defeated fs ,that
they are always referring to the
plain people. The people consider

themselves good-looking.

Huerta is the Spanish for orchard.

So if he lived in this country Ms

name would be Mr. Orchard or Mr.

Garden. Tarpon Springs Leader.

If he didn't act differently, his

name would (be mud.

Bob Holly of the Sanford Herald

contemplates changing his semi

weekly to a daily. Seems to the
Star that Sanford Is big enough to

support a daily, and we guarantee

Holly can make a dally -worth sup

porting.

Pay CeurFCBft :Exg2QS23, ; By (Eiseili
A checking account with us facilitates household booi-
keeping, insures an efficient, safe and economical form of
settlement. 1 :

a

Large or small, accounts subject to check are invited.

Total
Resources
Over
$700,000.00

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CLAUD P. BREWER

Summerfield is going to have a

great big fourth of July. There will

be games and races and a genuine
old, South Marion barbecue. The

tar hopes it will be able to attend.

Among the -other committees to look

after the day is the honorary com

mittee composed of the following

gentlemen: J. D. Rooney chairman;
Col. Frank Harris of the Ocala

Banner, R. R. Carroll of the Ocala

Star, Dr. T. K. Slaughter, Dr. H. W.

Henry, Z. C. Chambliss, Geo. J.

Blitch, J. L. Edwards, S. R. Pyles,

P. H. Nugent, Will Gray, Ed. Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, W. D. Cam, Geo. W. Scofield

and W. J. Crosby.

On the first page of each Issue of
Dixie Is an excellent portrait of

some distinguished Floridlan. Our
own General Bullock, Mr.. Stockton

and several other leading men have

been thus presented. Last -week's

portrait was that of Francis P

Fleming, governor of Florida from

'88 to '92. The pictures are all
good enough to frame, and anybody
i who keeps a file of Dixie will have a

good portrait gallery.

iWilliston Courier: It is with very

deep regret that we announce the
death of Mr. Claud P. Brewer, who

was bora and raised nd lived here

for the greater part of his life. Mr.
Brewer was well known here and
liked by all. He leaves a brother

and several sisters to mourn his
death to whom we extend our deep deepest
est deepest sympathy. His Temains were laid
to rest In the old Wacahoota ceme

tery.

Bo You Need

Am

.1

ecMc Fam?

II HAVE HTHlERfl

! H

OXFORD HAS A GOOD XIXE

M AM Siizes
And Mces.

The Florida Herald, the bright

and newsy paper published at Haw

thorne, seems inclined to start an

insurrection against Gainesville, the

citizens of which town, it infers, ings.

seem to consider themselves the en entire
tire entire county.

J. Fred de Berry's Arrow has be

come a weekly, and its last issue

comes to hand with its usual supply
of political foolishness, but a good

line of local news and advertising.

Its the Star's opinion that if J. Fred

will cut out politics and set himself
to work to make a good local paper,
he will succeed. He is a natural

born booster and newsgatherer, but
his political articles are simply the

ex press f on of his own feelings. The

public care3 little for a man's feel

ings and less for his political feel-

The Oxford Baseball Team came

down to Bushnell last Thursday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon and crossed bats with the

Bushnell nine. The game was very

interesting and a large crowd wit

nessed the game. The score was 11
to 3 in favor of Oxford. Bushnell

Times.

PHONE SCO

The dispute of Ed. Painter's In

eurance has Teached the supreme

orMirt nf thf United States. As is

well known, his vital organs were

232at to a noted Baltimore physician
tor examination. Dr. Charles Glasor,
in whose custody they were placed.

was enjoined by the United States

ndellty and Guaranty Company

Our independent friend, the edi

tor of the Artisan, kicks on the poll

I tax prerequisite to voting, and says

its unfair to poor men, whose dol dollars
lars dollars are scarce, in comparison with

rich men, whose dollars are plenti

ful. There are comparatively few
men in Florida who cannot raise a

I dollar a year, for poll-tax, and the

The voter who receives a packet
of seed from his congressman may
be surprised to learn, that a. large
proportion of the said seed is raised

abroad. The Star has just received

a note from an English firm an

nouncing that it had. sold to our

government this year forty-four tons

of seed. Another English firm, one
French ad one Dutch, have Teceiv

ed smaller orders.

S. J. McCuIly of Berlin, county

demonstration agent for the Universi

ty of Florida was a visitor here last

Wednesday. Mr. McCtilly's duties

are to show the farmers how to do
things properly acd there i3 no doubt

that if. his advice 'is taken all will

succeed. Mr. McCully also advises
that as the corn crop of this section
is a failure, all our farmers should

plant sorgum. Summerfield Chron

icle.

Prices slashed to vhe quick on al

lour table and bed linens. Come

I while the real bargains exist and the

stock is unbroken. Kleine's. 6-17-tf

i . ...... I
omfoirti Lodge

The rest room which the OcaSa merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors who are In the city, for a few hour
with nohing to do Is located on the corner of Fort King aveou
and South Main street, opposite the Theus-Zachry furnltoe

store. The ladies especially will find Comfort lodge a conTenlesS

place to rest during the day's shopping. The conveniences we are
able to ofTer at Comfort Lode are free and you arc inrited to
take advantage of them. -j

JUNIOR CIVIC

Pnt Year Ad. intfcz STAR it yon want IKSUlu



COUNCIL

REPORT OF THE AUDITING COMPAIIY
TO THE DCALA CITY

.'rriic lUPmriV AI'IHT rOMPAW

F. W. LAFRENTZ, CP. 'A. (X. Y.) President
Atlanta, Ga., -FebTpary 13, 1914.
To the Honorable Mayor and City Council, of the City of Ocala, Ocala,
-- c Florida: '. .
Gentlemen: We have audited the accounts and records of the City
of Ocala, for the period beginning September 1st, 1912, and ending De December
cember December 31, 1913, and submit our report, including Exhibits and Schedules,
as follows:
EXHIBITS: ....

...... ... V 1A14

"A" Ton &nun area Daiance sneei. u-eww trci ox,

B-1"- Cash receipts and disbursements, September 1, 1912 to December
31, 1913. '-';:-k'V;',V.' '"-U--- -'-V V
"B-2" Cash receipts and disbursements, January 1, 1913 to December
.''V--.', 31, 1912.. ',' : -: :-' ; KV, : :
C Operating account Electric Light Department, from September 1,
1912, to December 31, 1913.
0" Profit and loss account, Electric -Light Department, for the period
September 1, 1912, to December 31, 1913.
"E" Surplus account, Electric Light Department, December 31, 1913.

'F" Personal executions in the hands of the City 'Marshal, Decem December
ber December 31, 1913. .; 'V y
"G" Proof of consumers ledger (last quarter) Water Works De

partment, December 31,
...... . 1 f fm- fvac c U'on V V C.

' 6. Sistrunk. City Attorney, and the money1 not accounted for.
SCHEDULES: ;' -:
Xo. 1 Details of assessment liens, sidewalks as per lien book, Decem-

rows the financial responsibility down to one man, who is properly
checked.
Your City Clerk has altogether too much work to do, and some com competent
petent competent assistant should be given Mm at once.
The general ledger was not in balance, bu by reconciling the ac accounts
counts accounts we have .been able to put it in balance,
"Respectfully submitted,
THE AMERICAN AUDIT COMPANY,
Per C. B. Bidwell, Resident Vioe-Pres.
(Seal) Approval F. W. LaFrentz, President.
Attest:' A. F. LaFrentz, Assist. Secretary.

EXHIBIT "A"

$1,759.44
6,298.26

I ru

ber 31, 1913.

No.

liensstreet paving as- per lien book,

No.

No.

No.

No.

No.
No.

No.
No.
No.

2 Details of assessment

December 31,. 1918. .V:::,v..;i ; ;
3Details of lands, buildings, permanent improvements, etc., Dee-
; 'ember 31, 1913. '-'r -:7
4 Details of amounts due from consumers Water Works Depart Department,
ment, Department, December 31, 1913. V
5 Amount due -from C. L. Sitmnk, City Attorney, December 31,
, 1913, : - y. : :
6 Summary of difference in account. Tax Collector,. December 31,

: ; '.. .1913 .:-- :.:
yo. 6-A Difference in account collection of licenses. Tax Collector, Dec-O-.
: ember 31, 1913. ; y.

6B Proof of collections 1912 taxes, December 31., 1913.
6-C Proof of collections 1913 taxes, December 31, 1913.
7:Details of bonded debt, December 31, 1913.
8. Details of bills payable, December 31,1913.
9 Details of accounts payable, December 31, 1913.
f!flRh receipts and disbursements were carefully checked.

Exhibits "C," "D" and "E" disclose the operation of the electric light
plant for the period reviewed.
i You make no provision on your books for depreciation of plant and
machinery, nor for reserve for extensions and improvements.
In our exhibit of operations, -we have set aside 20 per cent, of
your gross income, after deducting the amount actually spent, for these
purposes.
Your electric light plant should be self sustaining. ,.
M During the period caviled by our audit, the city has transferred to
the General Fund from yor Electric Light Fund, $17,850.00, while
in fact the net profit for the period was only $5,063.96, showing a trans transfer
fer transfer to the General Fund of $12,784.04 more than was earned during the
period in the electric light department.
The council also lowered the rates to' take effect December 1, 193,
making the rate 25 per cent lower than formerly, and, in our opinion,
your plant cannot b successfully run at these new rates, for if a proper
amount is set aside for depreciation, extensions and improvements at the
new rates, your plant will be conducted at a loss.
. All other exhibits being Self-explanatory we will make no further
comments on yie same.
- Schedules "1" and "2" We checked sidewalk and street paving as assessments,
sessments, assessments, and the list, herewith submitted, agrees with the amount call called
ed called for on your books. - .:.-7-'; 1 ".

- VscheduW "3" We assume no responsibility for the schedule here hereto
to hereto u t.tAr MJats of nroDerties owned by the city, and the values of

the same were furnished by the council.
Schedule "4," Amounts Due from Consumers, Water Works Depart DepartmentThese
mentThese DepartmentThese books -were" carefully checked and the schedule herewith

Buwu'"-" . .x 411

,,aiiA .-, Amount Due from C. L. SistrunK, tjuy -axiorney a

ainouent taxes are not turned over to your city attorney for collection.

We have gone into this account from tne ume jir.

office, charging him with an tax cerxincaies iufUra wv

tax collector, and allowing him credit for casa pam in oy mm. v uuu

there is still due the city on this account b,ooo.tu.

The City Attorney kept absolutely no recora oi xnese xniu.dui.uu,,
- .. .. -.kti, ,.nvn Vi.on naiA and the monev not ac-

e holds tax ceriincaxua mvu

ounted f br ( See Exhibit "H" ) t

It was absolutely Impossible for us to accurately -cnec

Cash . . . k ...
Assessment Liens : :-Sidewalks
Sidewalks :-Sidewalks Sen. "1"
Street Paving "2"

Lands, Buildings, Permanent

provements Sen. 3"" .......
Uncollected Taxes ......

Due from Water Consumers Sch 4
Due from 'Electric Light Consu Consumers
mers Consumers Due from 'Marion County Road
Tax . . .
Due from City Attorney Sch. "5". "5".-Due
Due "5".-Due from Tax Colleotor Sch "6"

! Due from General Fund tq Elec-

trie Light Account Fund
Transfers. . .. .. . ..
Due from Ceneral Fund to Water Waterworks
works Waterworks Fund Account Transfers
Due from General Fund to Electric
' Light -Fund Account Transfers,
PrifT Period

cm OF OCAU
Ocala, Fla -CONSOLIDATED
BALANCE SHEET
December 31, 1013
ASSETS
General Capital
"Account Account
..............$ 7,213.82 $ 1,499.16

S.052.70

23,975.35

212,299.17

1,681.25
3,491.82

2,007.90
6,666.60
225.82

Total
$ 8,712.98

8,052.70
212,299.17
23,975.35
1,681.25
v 3,491.82
2,007.90
6,666.60
225.82

17. 850. CO

2,000.00

17,850.00

2,000.00

9

13,100.00 13,100.00

TOTALS

$48,142,19 $251,921.40 $300,063.59

Bonded Debt Sch. "7"

Bills Payable Sch. "8" .........
Accounts Payable Sch "9". .....
Due to Electric Light Consumers
Meter Deposits . . ........
Due to City Attorney "Fees'.
Contingent Pound Fees. .

Interest Coupoms Electric Light

Bonds Due Oct. 1, 1913.
Due to Electric Light Fund Ac-
count Transfers .... ...
Due to Fire and Water Fund Ac-
count Transfers ...........
Due to Electric Light .Fund Ac Account,
count, Account, Transfers, Prior Period.
Excess of Assets Over Liabilities

LIABILITIES
, General
, Account
..'$.....
3,000.00
... 9,008.04

Capital
Account
81,200.00
1,231.93

338.00

2,595.00
49.00

17,850.00
2,000.00
13,100.00
539.25.

48.00

169,103.47

Total

81,200.00
3,000.00
10,239.97

. 338.00
2,595.00
49.00
48.00

17,850.00

2,000.00
13,100.00
169,642.72

Meters 'and Transformers Electric Light Department Ext'nt

and Imp. . .

Refunds Meter Deposits- Electric Light Department.

Bond Interest . ....... .............

Balance, December 31, 1912 ..................

632.46
52.00
,518.11
6,528.96

TOTAL

CITY OF OCALA

35.816.20

CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBUItSISIEJrrS
JmrnvMrj t913 to DjcemlMr, 1013, Inc.
, RECEIPTS 1

Cah on hand, January 1, 1913.

Taxes .

Licenses . .

Fines Police Court . .

Pound Fees .... . -
Delinquent Personal Taxes ........ I
Lodging Prisoners . ..............
Sate of Concealed 'Weapons

Electric Light Department:-

Service. $33,257.80
Supplies. .... 1,809.96
Meters....... 263.00 ... ...

Tax .Redemptions . .

City Market Rent ..... ........

Drainage .. .. ..
Fines Street Department . .... ...

Bills Payable .

Milk Licenses ......

Sidewalk Certificates . -. ... i . . .

Street Paving . . ............. -

Sundries . ..................

iWaterworks Department-: Rent .

Waterworks 'Department Meters .
Waterworks Department Miscellaneous
Sale of Waterworks Bonds . . .
Pound Sales . .... V

i p m

I m m

TOTAL

j

6.528.9C
24,463.93
,207.14
T. 4,126.75.
367.00
y 562.9 5
1.75
52.00

35,330.76
.. 113.75
.. 1,029.50
45.00
.. 138.10
... V 5,000.00
. 41.70
, . 145.26
,. 11,083.42
... 100.79
. ; r 7,573.55
. .. I 248.90
76.63
... 45,000.00
. : 49.90
..'.$148,278.74

DISBURSEMEN
Waterworks Department
Sundries i $1,077.13

Fuel. ... .
Labor. .......
Attorneys Fees
Refunds. ....
Salaries Officers,

... 2,618.60
1,695.84
400.00
11.22
Clerks, etc.

TOTALS.

$48,142.19 $251,921.40 $300,063.59

EHIBITED
CITY OF OCALA
Ocala, Fla. :
CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSMEXTS
From September 1, 1012 to December 81, 1012, Inc.
4 (RECEIPTS

hand, September 1, 1912

B-l'

md we

Suggest that these tax certificates be set up in your

"Record of

upon the

rfifln,t .'nttv Attorney" book, and a jemana maae

-v ... .j. t-nma in Ma mfltiner only can

roDerty owners ior payxuux o. -

ascertain the amount of money cue irom ui MW

his department, to say the least, has been -handled m a very cr
Jose manner, w-hich condition should not be allowed to exist.
Schedules "6 "6-A," "6-B" and "6-C" This account shows dif--rence
in the account of the tax collector, for the reason that collections
ere not turned over to the treasurer the day they were collected, but
ould run along for several days before being turned over to your city
easurer. We would suggest that these collections be turned in the
fy they are made. i mto tm
qc-hedulA "7." DeUils of Bonded Debt at December 31, 1913. This

Icount was checked and found to agree .with the amounts herein set rortn.

rhule "8." Details of Bills Payable were xouna io u m sc

lent with the amount called for by your books.

Schedule "9," Details of Accounts Faya Die is sen puu,

Vds no further comment. v
r t ,- flii th books and records necessary, ;with the exception

I the water works department, to keep a complete record of its trans trans-L;
L; trans-L; but the manner in which these books an drecords are kept is
rtainly open to criticism.
ion have a City Clerk, a Tax Collector, City Treasurer and a City
torney. Your City Clerk is in one -building, your Tax Collector 4n an an-itorney
itorney an-itorney j a rn r CM Treasurer in still

her, your City Aicorney iu

Dine. ; .11 inwlnna

. sirir fa tw A shurslne omcer. tie aiso manw

.metric IKht department 7.

The Tax Collector collects.taxes, licenses, -cic,

collects delinquent taxes.

. ownpr wishes to nay present year taxes.

li l"r' -J " ....

. m ,rn to at least two dinerent nuiraings w v

I1R IS o ...

rmwntlv it happens that the uax voiiecxor ur

" .m if at tiaver can "Day nis t wui,

. -r Si citil ofllrfflls

LUs convenieu .tr. mU .merest

. i oVwir irnf mi anT nrrwuuv. v. w

Tmere u m v : . v, Mn.. h

... v- Atttar-ant Htv offices -De locaxeo in ine """"'

3 miW r auditor, and the City Treasurer or

cierx to aci wmKwwv . i

L no. to rlve all moneys, which should oe properiy

i .... v. rtim -nm-

Cash on

Taxes . . . ......
Licenses ....
Fines Police Court .
Pound Fees ...
(Lodging Prisoners . .
Electric Light Department: -Service.
.". . .$10,436.15
Supplies. . . 862.35
Meters. .... 54.00
Tax Redemptions .. .. ...
Market Rent .

Drainage
Pines Street Department
County Road, Tax . .
Milk Licenses ;
Sidewalk Certificates .
Street Paving ....
'Delingfuent Personal Tax . .........
Contingent "Pound Sales' i ........
TOTAL . .

i DISBURSEMENTS

,
tcaiQTMa OfflrsPrf?- Clerks etc.

Salaries, Police Department

Witness Fees and Costs Police uepartmenx.

Feed Prisoners Police Department

Sundry Expense Police Department . ....

Labor Street Department .

Feed Street Department

Sundry Expenses 'Street Department

Surveying Street Department ......

LaboT and Expense Sanitary Department
Feel Sanitary Department
Lights and Water Public Use .

Market
Laying Street Paving ... .

Cemetery . .

Contingencies

Waterworks Arbitration ....

Salaries Fire Department

Feed Fire Department .

Supplies and Repairs Fire Department
Sundries Fire Department

5,512.34
5,245.27
5,438.10
1,725.50
124.25
1.00

11,352.50
7.76
284.50
10.00
36.60
4,889.72
70.00
146.55
801.71
98.25
45.15

k .

i

$ 35,816.20

1-

Hydrant "Rental . t
General Bond -Redeemed .

General Bond Redeemed "Premium

Power Plant Wages Electric Light Department

Fuel for Power Electric Light Department
Lubricants and Waste Electric Light Department
xnl. Rnrrolies and Expenses Electric Light Department. .

Overhead System Electric Light Department Maintenance

coiai-ie Clerks Electric Light Department Maintenance.

Printing and Stationery Electric Light Department Main

tenance . . -.
Miscellaneous Expense Electric Light Department Mainten Maintenance
ance Maintenance .
Store Room Material and Supplies Electric Light Depart-
. ment Maintenance .
Overhead System Electric Light Department Ext'n. and
Imp. .... ....

,066.50
,042.00
70.05
42.00
86.65
,632.34
280.10
647.79
629.75
,100.65
266.00
,719.16
,60.95
,406.77
35.00
651.80
597.25
,030.00
159.05
56.10
68.00
,315.00
,000.00
95.00
.404.35
i,027.90
168.91
19.35
116.25
80.00
54.07
196.97
997.88
878.08

Salaries Police 'Department
Witness Fees and Costs Police Department.
Feed Prisoners -Police Department ........
Sundry 'Expense Police Department ......
Labor Street Department .
Feed Street 'Department . . ... .
Sundry Expense Street Department.
Surveying Street Department . f ........

Labor and Expense Sanitary Department .

Feed Sanitary Department . ...........
Equipment Sanitary Department .
Lights and Water Public Use .....
Market . . .
Laying Street Paving . . .... . .......
Cemetery . . j v .. . .... . ... .......

Contingencies . ......

Salaries Fire Department

Feed Fire Department
Supplies and Repairs Fire 'Department . T. ............
Sundries .
Hydrant Rental . ..... ... . . ...... ...
Equipment Fire Department ... ...'. .
Purchase (Real .Estate ....
Power Plant Wages Electric 'Light Department.
Fuel for Power Electric Light Department ..............
Lubricants and Waste Electric Light Department.
Mdscl. Supplies and Expense Electric Light Department...
Boilers Electric Light 'Department Maintenance. ......
Miscl. Equipment Electric Light Department Maintenance
Engines Electric Light Department Maintenance .i ......
Electric Plant Electric Light Department Maintenance ...
Building and Fixtures Electric Light Department Mainten Maintenance
ance Maintenance .. v
Miscellaneous Expense Electric Light Department Operating
Overhead System- Electric Light Department Maintenance
Lamps 'Electric Light Department Maintenance ., ..... j
Meters and Transformers Electric Light Department Main Maintenance
tenance Maintenance . .
Salaries Electric Light Department

Printing and Stationery 'Electric Light Department

Legal Expense and Damages Electric Light Department
Miscellaneous Expense Electric Light Department
Store Room Material and Supplies Electric Light Depart-.

ment ................. -

Boilers-7-Electric Light Department Ext'n and Imp.

Engines -Electric Light Department 'Ext n. and imp
Electric Plant Electric Light Department 'Ext'n. and Imp
Buildings and Fixtures Electric Light Department Ext'n.

and Imp

Overhead System Electric Light Department Ex n. and

Imp.

Lamps Electric Light Department Ext n. and Imp.......

Meters and Transformers Electric Light Department '.xx n.
and Imp. .. .. ..
Refund Meter Deposits Electric Light Department. .......
Interest on Bonds -Electric Light Department ...........
Bills Payable . . . .. ......
Waterworks Bonds

General Bond Redeemed ..

General Bond Redeemed Premium

Interest on General Bonds - -
Balance. December 31, 1913

5,802.79 5,802.79-2,949.00
2,949.00 5,802.79-2,949.00 4.149.70
416.69
1 124.13
365.66
5,126.13
759.82
2,714.35
1,053.13
4,351.75
723.98
3.30
5,282.46
395.00
22.463.5S

' 3.00 3.00-1,417.97
1,417.97 3.00-1,417.97 3,195.50
382.69
202.20
"462.00
5,060.00
75.00
205.00
4,680.00
10,972.15
229.38
115.83
2 J2.'12
4.50

. oa.xx
7.06

? '- "
24.50

410.15
342.17
126.44

12.50
305.00
177.35
102.90
261.11
2,806.07
568.39
7.5i
23.2a
4.38
1,468.71
39.20
946.98
127.30
1,562.25
2.000.00
42,230.91
1,000.00
50.00
986.66
8,712.98

TOTAL

.8148.287.74

Exnrorr cr

CTTY OF OCALA
Ocala, Fla.
OPERATING ACCOUNT
ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT
For the Period
September 1, 112 to December 31, 113
DEBITS

Inventories, Materials and Supplies, Angus
31, 1912
Pudchases, Materials and Supplies

3,590.74
6,293.91

Less:-
Inventory,

December 31, 1913.

$ 9,884.65
1,458.96
8 8,425.69

Less:-
Sale of Supplies at Cost.

2,672.31. $5,763.38

to your city v;ierfc, w



POUTS.

THE OCALA EVENING. STAR. MONDAY, JUNE 22; 1014

Cost of Material and Supplies used Generating :-
Power Plant -Wages . . . .v. ..... $ 6,084.35
Fuel for Power . ........ 13,430.05
Lubricants and' Waste 398.29
Miscellaneous Expense . ....... 1 135.18
' i
Maintenance :
Boilers and Engines .. 297.23
Miscellaneous Equipment .. 4.50
Building and Fixtures ........ ..... ..... 1 31.56
Overhead System 458.42
.Lamps . .. 126.44
Wages . . 607.12

20,067.87

1,525.27

Extension and Improvements
Boilers and 'Engines ......
Building and Fixtures .

Overhead System .
Lamps .. .... .. .....

Cross profits, Transferred to Profit and Loss Ac Account
count Account .... .

575.94
27.63
1,468.71
39.20

2,111.48

14,235.95

TOTAL

$43,693.95

CREDITS
Receipts for Power sold.. ......$43,693.95

TOTAL

$43,693.95

exhibit "d"
city of ocala
Ocala, Fla.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT
ELECTRIC LIGHT DEPARTMENT
. ; For the Period
- September 1, 1912 to December 31, 1913
(DEBITS
General. Expenses:-
Salary Clerk . $385.00
Printing and Stationery .. 231.42
Xiegal.. .. . ... 102.90
Miscellaneous . .... 261.11 $ 980.43
Interest on Bonds . 1,262.25
Net Profit for Period, Transferred to Surplus
Account .................... 11,993.27
TOTAL.. '.. $14,235.95
CREDITS
Gross Profit, Transferred from Operating Account. .$14,235.95
TOTAL.. .. .. $14,235.95
3JOTE This Exhibit makes no allowance, out of Profits, for Depreciation
t on Plant or Reserve for Extension and Improvements.
.
. , EXHIBIT E"
... .r ; I CITY OF OCALA -'
" ".V -''Ocala, Fla.
ELECTRIC LIGHT DEPARTMENT
: SURPLUS ACCOUNT
December 31, 1913
V DEBITS
Electric Light Bonds Redeemed Prior Period . ....... .$ 300.00
Reserve for Depreciation, Extension and Improvements. .. 6,627.31
vBaJaMe . 1 ... ...... . . . 5,065.96
". ; ;
TOTAL . . .$11,993.27
: v. :. .;,"..; : CREDITS
- Net Profits, TransTerred from Profit and Loss Account. .. ; ..$11,993.27
TOTAL . ...... V. . ..... ... J ............ -$H,93.27
BALANCE, January 1, 1914 .. I 5r065.96

Jone3, Mary
Johnson, F. C.
Lambright, A. .'
Smith, Robert
International Life Insurance Company
Gottlieb, X. I
TOTAL

4.50
1.50
3.30
1.50
1.5
1.50
2.00

.$162.30

KXIIII

CITY OF OCALA
Ocala, Fla.
PROOF OF CONSUMER'S LEDGER
("Last Quarter")
WATERWORKS DEPARTMENT
December 31, 1913

IT "G

SALE OP
WATER
$3,405.50
341.39
137.25

SALE OP
METERS
$ 75.00
32.00
64.00

MISCELLANEOUS

and House Rents
$17.00 October
.17.50 November
16.00 December

PAYMENTS TO
City Treasurer
$3,497.50

390.89
1.565.30

$3,884.1 $171.00
$1,215.00 iFire Hydrants
100.00 Public Buildings.
25.62 Market.

$50.50
$ 7.43

TOTALS $5,453.69
Street Department.

$5,224.76

$171.00

$57.93
SUMMARY

TOTALS.

Water
Meters ..
Miscellaneous and house rents

.$3,224.76
. 171.00
. 57.93

$5,453.69

. EXHIBIT "H" (Cont'd. 1)
CITY OF OCALA
Ocala, Fla.
LIST TAKEN FROM CARBON COPIES' OR RECEIPTS FOR TAXES
GIVEN BY C. S. SISTRUNK, CITY ATTORNEY, AND THE
MONEY NOT ACCOUNTED FOR
'December 31, 1913
Date of Receipt Issued to Amount
8- 6-12 J. L. Livingston, Jr. ... . .... ;....$ 24.75
8-15-12 Acme Brewing Company . 10.80
8-21-12 C. W. Moffatt .. . . . . .r; ..... 17.91
10-29-12 A. J. Richardson 6.60
11. 7-12 W. W. Clyatt . 41.75
1- 8-13 -William Ross 16.50
1- 8-13 Emma Martin 3.75
1-1413 C. V. Miller 66.93

ui:'i

t EXHIBIT "F" (Cowttswed)
" CITY OF OCALA

Ocala, Fla.
PERSONAL TAX EXECUTIONS IN HANDS OF CITY 'MARSHAL
December 31, 1913

Atfttount

' Kama
.Anderson, R. L.
tSSOlliams, Henry . - .........
rSmlth, Jim -
Wilson, T. W. ..-..... v "'
' jSmltai, j3. h. .. i
Florida Title Abstract Company ...............
Jlorgan, W. S. ... . . '-
Hodge, Sam .. . . ....... .
.Hicks, J. M. ......... . .1-
JIarman, H. -A. ......... ....... ........
.Jones, J. J. . ... ...... ...
loch, J. C.
.Knight, L. J. . ....
, Jddon, C. A. . . . .
.Oloseley, C. H. ..... . .
Mills, W. H.'- ... . ........ ..... ....
"Noble, J. B. v ... ...... . .... ... ........
Nelson, George . . . .
Owen, John ....
Ocala, Pressing Co. . ...... .... ........
Roy, George t
-Pnrdy, C. M. ................. . ......
-iSieiihens, W. J.
"Thomas, S. J. .v. ..... ....
Tlggs, P. R. ...... ..... . .
Central Florida Land Company
Everett, Salana ...... ... ........ . .
'Giles, E. W. .. ...... . . ... .
Mathews, A. A.
JIxsDufile, Henry .. ...........
Serry, Henry . . ... .'. ... .... ........
Galnt Will . ..................
Jackson, Emma ..... ...... ................
iwrner, c. v.
lloore, W. C. . . . . ... ...... ...
' Miller, Tom -.
Mention, Fred
.. Armston, H. H.
Anderson, George ....... . ... ...... .".
, CLable, W. J. ...
Uonner, J. H. . ...
JBoyer, A. J. .... ..... . ...... ... ........
C3iambers, George
TJnval, Charles
Ellis, C. E ...... ..... ...... ..........
Franklin, W. .... ...... ... . . . . . .
rFruett, Ben

Gain, William .............. 1.50
XFrachtman, M. 1.50

Jjiolmson, William s 1.50
.-Sealer, J. B. A. 1.50
-MftotiffHp. Tsral 3.00

30.00
1.50
1.50
3.00
4.50
18.00
1.50

1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50

1.50
4.50
3.00

1.50
3.75
1.50

1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
'1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50

7.50
1.50
1.50

1.50

1.50
3.00

1.50

1.50

3.75
1.50
1.50

1.50
1.50
1.50

1.50

1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50

1.50
1.50
1.50

2-19-13 J. T.. Lancaster
2-19-13 Hubbard & McDuff .
2-19-13 P. H. Baskin .......
4- 3-13 4Ed win Matthews
4- 24-13 E. C. Bennett
5- 15-13 P. D. Goodyear
5-10-13 Mrs. E. H. Bailey
5-16-13 J. A. Mallsby ...
5-1 6-1 3 T. O. Rogers
5- 21-13 B. H. Seymour .....
6- 9-13 E. P.' Rentz
6-11-13 Z. Spinks
6-16-13 S. S. Savage-.
6-16-13 R.vS. Mitchell ......
6-21-13 Fannie A. Ayer .....
6-21-13 Jake Brown, Secretary
6-23-13 Mies Josie McClure .,.
6-23-13 Carroll & Ditto
6-25-13 J. A. Quarterman ...
6-26-13 C. W. Wihard
6- 30-13 Mrs. P. C. Davis
7- 8-13 L. F. Blalock

7- 8-13 Mrs. E. 'M. Walters 16.50
7- 8-13 C. W. Hunter I... ..... 16.50

3.20
.85
4.95
3.75
1.50
3.30
11.55
.85
.85
8.75
57.75
6.60
16.50
8.25
3.30
77.75
27.92
21.45
8.25
11.25

9.00

18.75

7 8-13 E. W. Davis ...
7-15-13 J. S. Bras well .
7-16-15 iJane Howell
7-29-13 C. T. Massey ...
19-17-13 A. L. Izlar
7-25-13 Geo. J. Blitoh
TOTAL ..

4

18.00
6.60

.66
?9.60
3.30
3.30

.$60 J. 77

SCHEDULE 1"

CITY OP OCALA.
Ocala, Fla.
DETAILS OF ASSESSMENT LIENS
. SIDEWALKS'
As Per Lira Books December 31, 1913

Ctf. No. Name

2. J. G. Ferguson $
6. Otto Grothe
9. R. L Anderson (in suit)
10. Mrs. O. L. Bachelder
14. George Giles . .
16. People's B. and L. lav. Co
19, John T. Moore
25. St. James P. E. Church
29. Ed. Delouest, et al
33. R. M. Giles
43. Geo. iK. Robinson ...............
47. H. M. Hampton
54. .R. L. Anderson (in suit)
55. George Giles
75. Mrs. C. H. Gamsby
77. Chas. V. Miller
79. H. W. Tucker
81. E. T. Helvenston
85. Mrs. L. B. Cam
91. George Giles

Ass'mnL Amt Pd. Amt Due
74.80 $ 74.00 $ .80
48.80 48.80
199.20 19.20
.272.60 100.00 172.60
146.06 146.06
34.10 34.10
88.00 88.00
97.86 40.50 57.36
117.66 117.66
27.50 27.50
136.80 136.80
77.46 77.46
290.10 ....... 290.10
114.97 35.00 79.97
109.20 72.00 37.20
91.30 91.30
69.60 48.00 21.60
69.60 59.60 10.00
106.83 101.50 5.33
117.60 117.60

TOTALS

$2,290.04 $530.60 $1,759.44

SCHEDULE 2

CITY OF OCALA
Ocala, Fla.
DETAIL OF ASSESSMENT LIENS
"STREET PAYING"
As Per Lien Books December 31, 1913

Ctf. No. Name
1. R. L. Anderson (in suit)
9. William Cox, et al
12. Mrs. Georgia W. Tarver
22. -Methodist Episcopal Church
23. E. Van Hood
24. C. Carmichael
25 Mrs. "Rebecca Anderson
27. William Anderson
37. R. E. Yonge
49. The Presbyterian church .......
50. Mrs. L..B. Cam
52. C. Carmichael
53. R. R. Carroll

Ass'mnt. Amt. Paid Amt. Due
$ 601.89 $ $ 601.89
218.39 218.39
136.50 136.50
249.34 .. 249.34
218.39 150.00 68.39
163.80 163.80
274.9 ....... 274.99
191.10 ... 191.10
172.90 57.64 115.26
318.49 125.00 193.49
191,08 .. 191.08
193.80 ....... 195.80
73.40 ....... 73.40

4. M. E. church ......... ..
5. Marion-Dunn Lodge -. .

56. Marion county ..........
5 7. M. H. Powers .........

59l Ira Augusta Miller . i .

W. V. Newsom 4. ....

61. Sarah H. Pearson .......
62. R. S. Hall
63. L. F. Ballard : .... . ....
64. D. S. Woodrow .....

5. Carmichael and Son
6. D. S. Woodrow .........

67. J. D. McDuffy
68. W. D. Wilson, et al . .

2. Southern Standard Lodge

73. J. G. Ferruson

7. R. .M. Giles .............

Eliza Smith

84. J. R. Moorhead

5. Mrs. Musie Bullock

90. Mrs. R. D. Fuller .......

91. 4. W. Aiken .... ...

2. Mrs. Jessie Haycraft

93 R. B. Bullock ..........

4. Frank Booher

5. '"Miss Josie McClure

9. F. W. Cook
97. Mrs. M. E. Layne .......

98. Mrs. F. R. Gary ...l ...
99. Mrs. -F. R. Gary .".

100. Mrs. M. Dozier

101. Mrs. M. S. Brown

102 J.'H. Uvingston .......
10 3 J. P. Phillips ..........
1 Vx M. Fishel ...

3 E. P. Rentz
4 Irs. Marie B. Miller ....
6 E. M. Osborne .........

.

78.

.

238.41
170.19;
76.25
145.63
190.80
142.68
201.39
515.04
93.60
73.51
95.20
142.20
46.80
145.62
65.00
176.80
65.00
65.00
52.70
73.70
73.00
16.80
24.60
33.60
10.50
10.50
10.50
36.60
192.20
64.79
22.50
9.00
29.25
27.00
190.80
200.20
140.1
140.15

63.C0
48.51
7.19

45.00

63.60

100.00

23.41
1T0.10
7CS

M5.C2
117.tD
94.17
-134.23
515.04
93.C3
73.53
95.29
142.20
46.80
145.62
65.C
176.80
65.03
65.00
- 52.70
73.70
28.00
16.80
24.C0
33.60
10.50
10.50
10.50
36.60
192.20
.64.79
22.50
9.00
29.25

127.20
200.20

140.15
40.15

TOTALS .. .. .......$7,013.74 $720.48 $6,23.26

- SCQEDULa "V4
CITY OF OCALA, OCALA, FLA.

DETAILS OF LANDS, BUILDINGS. PERMANENT IMPROVE21ENT3, Dft

December 31. 1913

Electric light plant .-...$ 50.000.00

Water works 4. 42.239.91

City hall and lot 1 .V, 7,500.00

Fire station and lot . . 5,0 00 .00

City market and lot 10,000.00

Street paving

VACANT:

Lot east of city hall, adjoining.
Lot west of city hall, adjoining...
Lime pit ... ...... ............
City pound
Robertson lot .................
Agnew addition, five acres ......

Fire department equipment "inventories .................
Street department equipment inventories ....... .........

Sanitary department equipment inventories

Electric light department material and supplies inventories..

, 70,0729

2,000.00
'3,000.00
500.00
2,500.00
6,000.00
500.00

$14,500.09
.396.09
3.666.00
925.09
2,008.96

AS PER EXHIBIT "A" -A ................. . . . 212,299.17

' SCHEDULE r
CITY OF" OCALA. OCALA. FLA.

DETAILS OF AMOUNTS DUE FROM CONSUMERS WATEKWOnnn

DEPARTMENT December 31, 1913
Water Meters House Rents

Name

City of Ocala, fire hydrants

City of Ocala, buildings and fountains.

City of Ocala. street department .....
City of Ocala, street department
City of Ocala. street department
City of Ocala. street department ....

Harrington Hall hotel

Dr. McLane Institute ...............

Will Lee
Thomas Sexton
U. S. Postal Department

Dr. McLane Institute
J. Anderson

L. B. McKenzie
Dr. J. E. Chace 1 .........
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad

Atlantic Coast Line .Railroad

A. E. Ceg4.
J. F. Jenkins & Company ......

William Wolf .....................
Elmer DeCamp
Dr. J. E. Chace
G. T. Lid don .
CO. Harris

$1,215.00
100.00

$..

m d

2.25
6.05
1.63
56.96

85.65
1.39
"1.67
'.20

3.00
16.00
16.00
32.00
16.00
13.94
11.51
16.00
16.00
16.00
6.00
16.00
16.00

. .
16.0
m

TOTALS

SUM3IARY

$1,403.9- $261.34 9 16.0

Water
Meters ..
House rents l.
AS PER EXHIBIT "Ar

$1,403.1

. 261.C
16.C

$1,68.3

SCHEDULE

CITY OF OCALA OCALA, FLA.
AMOUNT DUE FROM C. L. SISTRUNK, CITY ATTORNEY
December 31, 1913

DEBITS

Balance of certificates from T. E. Biggs ..........
Tax certificates year 1907 ........ ...... .$2,284.91
Tax certificates year 1908 ................. 2,931.53
Tax certificates year 1909 2,227.40
Tax certificates year 1910 .................... 2,033.40
Tax certificates year 1911 .................... 1,410.00
Tax certificates 1912 ..i 1.566.00

I 1,962

12,45:

914,41

March, 1908
April, 1908
May. 1908
June, 1908
July, 1908
August, 1908 ....
September, 1908
March. 1909
April, 1909
May, 1909
June, 1909- .....
August, 1909 ....
September, 1909
January, 1910
March. 1910

CREDITS
Cash Allowances
.. $ 350.00 $ J
450.00 V

250.00
...... 125.00
...... 50.00
25.00
...... 200.00
...... 750.00
...... 150.00

150.00
68.50
75.00
75.00

1

274.96

Deb

:::::

.4.25
653.94

(Concluded on' Page Nine)



L1VD
PHI
ill
HAD BEEN' kxowx all ovek this country, our troops
WHEN THEY OCCUPIED VERA CRUZ WOULD
. NOT HAVE HALTED

aamm xnAtA KVKAUU STAiw MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1014

1

I!,

NV r-H "V" F3 A Y MORE?

1

n r

Washington, June 22. Stories of

what Americans in Interior towns of

Mexico suffered just after Vera Cru2;dier3 ,n the fiecond We. weT

was seized are trickling Into Wa3h-
ington slowly, and I haven't a doubt
that if all the outrages which were
perpetrated on United States citizens
in those stormy day3 had been known
our forces would never have paused
on the seacoast.
Adler Tells How He and His Friends j
Escaped
Ira Adler, whose home is In New
York City, ha3 just made public a
description of the escape from
Guadalajara. Existence of Americans
in that town after the capture of
1 V
many hardships Mr. Adler and his
companions reached- Manzanillo and
thence traveled to San Francisco
aboard a British steamship. t
He 13 indignant at the neglect of
the American government which,
he declares did nothing to save the
refugees from' Guadalajara although
Commander Thomas P. MacGruder
allowed the freedom of the port of
Mazanillo to Mexican vessels on con condition
dition condition that the sixteen prisoners from
Quadala jara be allowed to go free.
MacGruder commands the cruiser
Raleigh.
Insulted by the Populace
"The first notice to get out came
from W. AT Davis, the American con consul,
sul, consul, -without warning," said Mir. Ad Adler.
ler. Adler. "On April 21; the second order
to leave and all Americans were to
gather in a council at the American
club. There 140 decided to go at
once and did. The next day at an another
other another meeting more Americans were
and a party of 160 was taken to
ManzIIlo on a special train. This
day the Mexicans became active
and threatening. They tore down
signs on the American consulate and
other buildings' of Americans.
"The following day was worse.
cries of 'kill the -grlngoes,' and
'hurrah for Huerta and Mexico were
heard. Led by a band, a mob ap appeared
peared appeared before the German club in the
evening, singing Mexican and Ger German
man German aire. ,' ; ;V;?(;
"The populace was infuriated by
stories originating God knows rwhere
that many Mexican women and
child ren' had foeen killed in the
streets of the large cities of the
United States.
"A howling mob followed our
party of twelve men, two women and
children as we went to the train.
We left there in the morning and
arrived at Colima. We took coaches
to the center of the town and tried
to find a hotel. One after another
the hotel proprietors refused to re receive
ceive receive us. 1 They declared that the
mob would burn down their build building
ing building if Americans were sheltered. We
finally found the British consulate
and Mr. McNeil, the consul, told us
we would be escorted to a car at the
railway station under guard and
cared for there until a train left for
.Manzanillo the following morning.
A' few minutes later we were asked
to occupy a center of a square of
soldiers which had formed in the
streets. The commander of this
squad was a gentlemanly fellow, who
did all he could for us. On the
march of a mile and a quarter to
(he station the crowd followed,
'many shouting insults of an un unrepeatable
repeatable unrepeatable characted. The women
tried to silence the rabble.
Herded in a Cattle Car
'At the railroad station we were
ordered to enter a car, which ap appeared
peared appeared to be a cattle car, where we
waited, sleepless, until almost dawn.
Once an orderly came in and inform informed
ed informed the captain of our guard there

was a company of infantry outside; hands. I am1 sorry to say they exe exe-which
which exe-which wanted to attack the car and Icuted him at our gates as he said,
massacre the 'grlngoes. The captain "(Li? he supreme government!"

went outside and dispersed these sol soldiers.
diers. soldiers. But a little later he had a
more serious problem in a company
nf Mvalrv which -rnA ht and was
apparently bent on taking possession,
The captain "finally sent them on
-I "A man ordered us to get out a,

little before f?ur o'clock and we werejerals came yesterday t bey ordered
hustled into another car. We wereaU our people out of their quarters
half undressed at the time and were and finding one family hidden they
forced to walk to the other car with! dragged them out by this iboy's or-
our clothing in our hands. There Jders and were about to kill them

j ere some Red Cross nurses and sol-

hudilel together at one end.
"The line to Manzanillo passes
thru a .wide and pestilential! swamp
and then across a small mountain
Tange. We were stopped at the
swamp and waited there the parley
between the commander of the
troops and Commander ; MacGruder.
"All of us, men, women and child-
Iren, were without food and drink
from four o'clock In the morning un-
til five o'clock the next night. At
last ;we were told we could go aboard
a Mexican vessel which was in the
harbor and we were escorted from
the railway station to this craft." We
remained from early morning until
late at night and then ;were conveyed
In: a small boat to the Raleigh.
"I learned later that we were al
lowed to go aboard the Raleigh be because
cause because the commander had promised
to allow two Mexican ships in the
harbor to leave unmolested."
American Family the Center of a
Battle
Mrs. Ray Morgan, who has a ha hacienda
cienda hacienda near Monterey, wrote the
following in her diary:
. April 18 Today a, band of men
rode into our hacineda. We knew by
the yucca Jeaves in their hats that
they were Carranzistas. By three
o'clock several hundred were in the
ranch, getting food and clothing and
taking all horses. The officers in
charge' used our car, to which Voor-
' his stuck as chauffeur. This was the
advance guard of 2,000 men under
General Gonzales, who comes a sec second
ond second time to lake Monterey. With
him are Generals Castro and Villa Villa-real.;
real.; Villa-real.; .
? Our telephone was cut at once,
but the troops had been seen from
Obispado, for presently we saw a
cloud of dust over the Topo Chlco
Hill,' and soon made out 200 federal
cavalry thru the glass. The rebels
rode away from our buildings, loiter-
ing iback and forth to draw the fire
of the federals, which they soon suc
ceeded in doing. We fled to our
mattress forts with the baby and the
servants as the federals came into
the Tanch. ; The fight was so close
we could hear the tbullets sing. i: It
lasted twenty minutes, the shooting
being incessant. Theni suddenly
there ;was a .wild shout and tbp
sound of pursuit, which told us that
the rebels had won.
Presently they brought in two
prisoners, an officer and a private,
whose horses had been killed. They
were the first bound men I had ever
seen. The federals lost thirty-nine
dead, the rebels but two wounded.
The boy officer had been crazy to
venture up with such a small force.
Boy Officer Butchered
Sunday April 19- Gen. Gonzales
is here this morning. .' He gave us a
receipt for everything taken. All
the horses are gone, some of the
best mules, and the store is cleaned
out. Nobody enters our house. A
young American gunner fighting
with the rebels saluted "Old Glory,"
which flies from our roof, so we; had
him in for a moment. A nice boy,
but a little too important. (We slept
well, so did our tired visitors. We
had a pit dug in the pantry in case
of more fighting.
Try to picture our little bungalow
in its gorgeous plot of flowers and
pretty lawn, looking as gay as you
please, and Old ; Glory flaunting its
beauty. The Union Jack is whipping
the wind at the office, and red, white
and green banners wave down the
brown line of road. I've been herd herding
ing herding my chicks thru the flower gar garden.
den. garden. '
1 wish 1 could forget that young
officer boy as he passed -with bound
Thank heaven, there are no other
mutilations to record. The young
'officer was a mere cadet. It is the
! federal custom 4ft send out for first
engagements .some, mad cap boy with
raw troops. The really important
possible. It appears when the fed-

OU have heard of Special Clothing Sales, Special Dry Goods Sales and
Special Sales of various kinds, but it remains for me to put on a Special
Sale of Trunks, Suit Gases, Hand Dags and other Travelers' Net

Y

cessities. I will from how until August

low prices. While

been still further reduced for this occasion,

NbM.
MY $5

This is a flat top. canvas covered, cloth trim trimmed,
med, trimmed, iron bound trunk with heavy, leather straps.
1 have it in all sizes. As good a trunk for the
money cannot be had anywhere. ASK TO SEE
THIS.
Sale Price $5.
Why Pay More?"

r

VVaupdliPOltDcB IFillbSE XPTunraH.
Three-ply veneer, fiber covered, fiber bound, spring Excelsior lock, double strap hinges, knee rollers,
brass trimmings, adjustable inside press bars, four drawers with hat and shoe boxs; 45 inches long, 25
inches wide, 14 inches deep; four combination suit hangers; notice the dimensions; it can be used as a
steamer trunk as it will go under your berth.

"Voipy Specflall I By special permission from the Factory, Ave
will allow a special discount of 10 per cent, during this sale only, on INDE INDE-STRUCTO
STRUCTO INDE-STRUCTO Trunks.

West of Courthouse

when the fight began. The boy s
horse was killed and so he was cap captured.
tured. captured. The -burial of .this poor boy was a
very characteristic scene. We have
been -sitting on the porch -watching

i

my prices have always been lower than others, they have

(Dimfly ai Few
Winy IPay

SPECIAL

I will allow as much for your old Trunli
or Suitcase as I can act lor it.
I Guarantee My Prices Lower than Elsewhere
Money Cheertnlly Refunded

$20 Delivered Anywhere. why

the group. They buried him just
outside the gate, his -body covered
with fresh cut barley. Two bu7.zards
swept low till their ings almost
touched the barley, just to make
sure they were not deceived.

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1 sell every article

3mU Cases and Eaumdl
The largest line of this class of goods in the state is
.here to select from. I want to call your special atten attention
tion attention to my $10 values that I am now selling for OS.
They are made up of smooth grain cowhide, tan or
dark brown, shirt folds, leather or Irish linen lined lined-straps
straps lined-straps around. Compare this with any you have seen
at from $7 to $10. Why Pay More?

M S8.50 SPECHM. :
This is a fiber covered Steamer Trunk, made
iip of three-ply veneer, nicely trimmed, has heavy
straps, and is just the thing for your vacation trip.
It is here in all sizes. WORTH EVERY CENT OF
$12.50.
Sale Price S8.50.
Wby Pay LZctcT"

THE METROPOLITAN
SAVINGS BANK
This bank if always open until 8
o'clock in the evening on Saturdays
and Mondays; on other, days of ths
week it closes at 3 o'clock in the aft

in this line at very

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Ocala, Florida
ernoon. The bank will observe all
legal holidays, both state and na national,
tional, national, and will remain closed ca
those days. V
George Giles, President.
Frank P.Gadson, Cashier.



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I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

(If you bare any item for this
Tuesday evening Mr, an! Mrs. E.
C. Bennett will entertain at a
theater party in compliment to the
latter's sister, Mtes Collie Clark,
'Who arrived a short time ago from
Troy, Ala., to spend the summer
and coming winter in Ocala. The
invited guest3 are anticipating a
most pleasant evening.
Mr. and Mr3. F. T. Schreiber, Miss
Dorothy Schreiber, Miss Hope Rob Robinson
inson Robinson and 31 r. Donald Schreiber were
afternoon guests yesterday of Mr.
and Mrs. H. D. Budd In Leesburg,
motoring down in the Schreiber car.
MI33 Schreiber remained for a visit
of & week to' Miss Hilda Budd.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. West have as
their guests 31r. West's father, Mr.
J. C. West and his sisters, Mrs. Mary
Belle Mead oi3 and Mrs. W. A.
Meadois and two children, who arriv arrived
ed arrived today from Nashville, Tenn., and,
, will spend about two weeks in the
city.
'
Miss Minnie Hussey of Jackson
ville is the attractive guest of her
aunt, Mrs. G. S. Scott at Lake Weir.
Mrs. Arthur Williams and pretty
young daughter, Miss Elizabeth1
Thayer Williams, of Charlotte, are
guests of their uncle "and aunt Mr.
and Mrs. G. T. Maughs, arriving Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night. They were accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mr. Williams, ,who return returned
ed returned to South Florida this morning.
3Ilss Josie Bullock, who with her
mother is spending the summer in
Demo rest, Ga., visited Tallulah Falls
and Clarksville, last -week with a
party of friends. 1
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The. many friends of Mrs. R. A.
Green will be specially pleased to
know that her health is steadily im improving
proving improving at the DeSoto Sanitarium in
.Jacksonville.
3lrs. Ed Carmichael will leave in
the morning on the early Coast Line
train 'for Jacksonville, from where
2 she will eail on the Mohawk tomor-
itrcKV afternoon for New York. She
niti ,5 11 u in nere xo otamiora,
-'Coun., and spend a month with Mts.
Elmer JDeCamp, and will then re-
luiu yj..w iorK ror a inree weeks
Vstay. Mrs. Carmichael .will also
visit, in St. (Louis for a month and in
' Arkansas and Kentucky for a short
time before returning hope.
Mr. D. E. Mclver returned on the
early morning train from a week weekend
end weekend visit to friends at Lake Weir.
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Mr. W. J. Frink returned today
.rfrom a two days' business and pleas pleasure
ure pleasure Tirtp to Jacksonville and At-
Jwttc 'Beach. i r.
Mrs. "Judson Childress and young
son Francis, are guests of Mr. and
IMrs. W. A. Knight, arriving yester yesterday
day yesterday from Valdosta, Ga. Wednesday
Mr. and- Mrs. flCnight and guests ex expect
pect expect to motor to Daytona Beach for
a sojourn of a few days.
Mr. J. B. Brooks of the Tampa
First National Bank, was the week
end ttuest of his parents, Mr. and
iMrs. J. H. Brooks.
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3Ir. Leslie Anderson, accompanied
"by his schoolmate. Mr. A. M. VMc-
Clain of Jonesboro,'Ark., has ret
ed home from Lexington, Va., where where-he
he where-he is studying medicine at Washing Washington
ton Washington and Lee University. They made
the trip from Baltimore to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville by water. Mr. McClain will
epend several weeks in Ocala before
.leaving for home.
.Miss Josephine Williams left this
morning for Live Oak to visit her
sister, Mrs. Thomason. On leaving
Live Oak, Miss Williams will make a
series of visits to friends in the two
Carolinas. The middle of August
she expects to go on to Wrightsyille
Beach, N. C, for a four weeks stay,
after which she will go to Bingham Bingham-ton,
ton, Bingham-ton, N. Y., to visit for several weeks.
' Mrs. F. G. B. Welhe and Miss
Henrietta Ha be came up from 'the
lake today, where they have been
visiting .friends for several days.
. Mr. J. B. Hayes, daughter, Miss
Mary Lena Hayes and Mr. Guynn
returned Saturday night from a
" week's stay at Daytona Beach.
'Mrs. C. W. Barry left a couple of
days ago for Lake Weir in Marlon
county, where she .will entertain a
number of friends at a cozy little
cottage on the lake shore. The
sporty will include Miss Agnes A1I A1I-opp
opp A1I-opp of .this city, Mrs. E. M. Faver
of St. Augustine Miss ,Elizabeth

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department call phone 106)
Cockrell, Misses Dorothy and Louise
Mel3on, Miss Louise Barry and Mr.
and Mrs. Ion L. Farris and Lonnle
Farris. Mr. and Mrs. Farris and
children will motor down. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union.
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Irs. F. J. Hagood of Jacksonville,
a sister of Mrs. T. M. Moore of this
city, left several days ago for
Lynchburg, Va., where she 'will
spend a month or six weeks. Mrs.
Hagood will spend some time in At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, with friends before returning
:hojie.
'
Mr. C. H. Price has returned from
Atlanta and Is again a guest at the
home of his parents-in-law, Dr. and
Mrs. W. M. Richardson.
Mrs. C. L. Richardson, Jr., of
Wauchula, accompanied by her
brother, Mr. Laurie Bracey of Jean Jean-nette.
nette. Jean-nette. La., and her little son, Bracey
motored up from Wauchula yester yesterday
day yesterday and will be guests of their aunt,
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier for some time.
;
Messrs. H. A. Da vies and Wallace
Davis and Miss Lucy Moorhead in
Mr. Davies car autoed to Crystal
River yesterday morning and .went
down to Shell Island, where they had
a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs.
E. W. Davis at -their pretty seaside
home. They returned in the eve evening,
ning, evening, accompanied by Mr. Davis,
who went on to Orlando.
Mrs. G. B.
visit to Mrs.
ville.
Stein is borne from a
L. Miller in Jackson-
Mrs. B. B.Baum has returned
from her visit to friends in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville.
Misses Bessie Marshall and Lora
Brooks left -today for Wildwood,
where they will be the guests of
Miss Una 'Nichols for several weeks.
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Mrs. M. E. Ervin Is spending a
while at Green Springs with Mrs. D.
W. Tompkins. 1
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane return
ed last night from a few days so
journ at Atlantic and Pablo Beach
and Jacksonville. They were accom accompanied
panied accompanied to the latter place by their
niece, Miss Helen Jones, who -was re returning
turning returning to her home in Trenton, N.
J., after spending the winter in
Ocala attending school.
Mrs. J. K. Dickson and daughter,
Elizabeth left this afternoon" for An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, S. C, to visit, relatives. The
first of July they will be joined by
Mr. Dickson, ;wbo will accompany
them to the mountains of North Car Carolina,
olina, Carolina, near Asheville. Mr. Dickson
will return the first of August, leav leaving
ing leaving Mrs. Dickson and daughter to
return October 1st.
Mrs. Julia 'Haisley left today tor
Gainesville, to visit her niece, Mrs.
Louis Lynch for several weeks, after
which she will go to Lewes, Del.r for
the remainder of the summer. In
Jacksonville she will be joined by
her sister, Mrs. Bevel, who will ac accompany
company accompany her to Delaware.
.M1S3 Mane wane reached nrxne
on the early rfiorning train from
Macon, Miss., where she has been
visiting sincethe close of Bel
Haven Collefe, Jackson, Miss.
rrsrTnosr"Hr-Keaxmg, accom
panied by her daughter, Irene, will
sail on the Lenape for New York
Saturday. After a short visit with
friends and relatives in the city,
Mrs. Keating and her two daughters,
Ruth and Irene, will leave for Inter Inter-laken,
laken, Inter-laken, Mass. They will remain there
for several months. Daytona Beach
notes in Metropolis.
Mrs. B. H. Seymour, after an ab absence
sence absence of two and a half months vis visiting
iting visiting in Jacksonville, Miami and
Homestead, returned borne last night
accompanied by Mr. Seymour, who
ioined her in Jacksonville Saturday.
Miss Edna Counts returned last
night from a pleasant visit of sev several
eral several weeks to friends in Yatesville,
Ga., accompanied by Miss Emmie
Persons, who will be her guest dur during
ing during July. r
At her attractive new home in
Linwood addition Mrs. D. C. Welsh
entertained most delightfully this
afternoon the members of the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist sewing circle. Before depart departing
ing departing the guests were served to tempt tempting
ing tempting refreshments.
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Mrs. T. H. Wallis, Misses Gladys
Wallis, Alice Sexton, Lois Dame,
j.NOiiie watus, Messrs. jiiorns us-

born, Hugh Geiger, Claude Hickel

and Master Tom Wallis, who com
posed a jolly house party enjoying
the past week at Oklawaha, return returned
ed returned home today. v
The final meeting for the summer
of the reading club will be held to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock with
Mrs. C. H. Lloyd.
Mrs. E. G. Peek and Mrs. A- J J-Brigance
Brigance J-Brigance were hostesses this after afternoon
noon afternoon to the Presbyterian and Bap Baptist
tist Baptist sewing circles. Both meetings
were delightful and well attended.
The young ladies auction club
will meet this week with Miss Mary
Burford, who will entertain on
Thursday afternoon instead of Fri
day, the regular club day.
At the close of the Woman's Col College
lege College in Tallahassee Miss Louise
Booe took the teachers examination
and it will be welcome news to her
friends to learn that she was award awarded
ed awarded a first grade certificate. Miss
Booe will not return homo until
about August 1st, as she remained
in Tallahassee to take a normal
course at the summer school.
The friends of 'Representative
W. T. Henderson of Lynne, will re regret
gret regret to learn" of the illness of his
wife at the 'Holly home on South
Second street.
Mrs. S. J. Burba returned to St.
Petersburg today after aj5lx weeks'
visit with.-Mrsrr'Jr'HrDunn. "s.
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Miss Narooks went to St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg todays or a few weeks
irloit TC-ftV Iflo T),,l, Afyw..
on mvu Jiisa nuiu jiuviCi
Miss Vivienne Eycleshimer went
to Lake Weir today, for a visit to
Mrs. I. I. Strong.
SOME OF LUKE
McLUKE'S SMART SAYINGS
What has become of the old-fashioned
man who used to recite "The
Face on the Barroom Floor?"
A boy soon gets too big to cry.
But It is different with a girl.
A woman can get so used to ad admiring
miring admiring her -own map that she can
grow to believe that the wart on her
chin is really a dimple.
It is easy to be popular. All you
have to do is make people, believe
that they know more than you do.
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This would ibe a fine world if we
would spend as much time correct correcting
ing correcting our own faults as we do crit criticising,
icising, criticising, the faults of others.
When Friend Wife's name is Anna
and she hears Friend Husband talk talking
ing talking to "Dolly" in his sleep. It is i
sign that the weather next morning
will be stormy and unsettled.
Listen long enough? and let the
other fellow talk long enough and
he will get around to the point
where he will tell his right name.
A peach may -be pink and pretty
on the outside, but that is no guar guarantee
antee guarantee as to its inner substance.
Gfve a woman time to' powder her
nose and she 'will face any emer emergency.
gency. emergency. Any bride will let a boob lead her
x ij -n 1 x i.
Tlnie he does any leading when ehe
is around.
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The girls are getting prettier and
wearing lees each year. This will
be some fine old world along about
1933.
The reason a fat woman doesn't
worry when she has to use a shoe
horn to get her skirt over her hips
Is because she knows she is right in
style.
A man can buffalo you by wearing
fine clothes, but you can always
ludge bim by his manners when he
thinks you are not looking at him.
You'll notice that the sort of man
who whines that he is driven to
drink is always standing around
with the bridle on.
There are a lot of Hot Sports in
the world who try to get a bet down
on he dog when a 30-pound bull
terrier gets into a fight with a 3 3-pound
pound 3-pound alley cat.
The great trouble with a pretty
girl is that she is always too busy
admiring herself to admire you.
The diplodocus isn't the only ex extinct
tinct extinct animal. It is in the same class
as the husband who never told a lie
to his wife.
Here is a sure thing and you can
play it blind. I think it the safest

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(EirdDESiry

When Pickling and Preserving, Remember
We carry the best in

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. and all kinds of
SnncpiiPSo
Don't run the possible chance of spoiling materials,
- and losing labor by getting inferior

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For results put
of bets. Just go 'Where you 'will nd
I'm sure you will find that a wife
earns much snore than she, gets.
There are several ways to keep a
husband borne at nigbt, but a wif
soon learns that buying; him a smok smoking
ing smoking jacket that looks like a horse
blanket with the hives isn't one of
them.
'
We can't all be anilliopalres. But
there is no anan so poor that he
can't cheerfully give you a cure for
a toim ;.' 7 ,11
It is a fine thing to behave your yourself
self yourself and to try and do what Is right.
But the man who says that he loves
his .enemies is either an unmitigated
liar or a hopeless sissy.
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After a woman has raised a fam family
ily family and managed to make both ends
meet with her husband's salary, she
is of the opinion that any female
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 Jn order, so you can feel as assured
sured assured you can travel with safety and
pleasure after' our work is com completed.
pleted. completed. Send at once to 17 North
Main street or phone, or send mes messenger.
senger. messenger. LucMe's Garage
17 N. Main Street

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preservatives.
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Purity aod Qyality
These are what counts with us.

fcta

your Advertisement in the Star

who has two pairs of corsets is a
dude.
. ;
When a -woman has a face like a
horse -ahe blames the prevailing
styles in millinery for the fact that
she can't find a becoming bat.
Study Great Men.
To be' Ignorant of the lives of the the-most
most the-most celebrated men of antiquity Is U
continue In a state of childhood all
our days. Plutarch. t
ttomeDocry Getting Hl.
Church I see a trolley line In a
western city is going to be knocked
down to the lowest bidder at auction.
Gotham It wont be the first time
that the "knock" trick has been known
to trolley lines, j
He'd Gondolaed There.
Bacon It is stated that Venice Is
wrestling with the pecJiar problem of
a rapidly-increasing population with without
out without being able to enlarge the city.
Egbert Why. I should think they
could easily do ft by Irrigation
A Mover.
Patience I hear Mrs. Flatte has
lived in 16 different apartments in 12
months.'
Patrice She must be "the qxeen of
the movies."
OCALA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Open daily except Sunday from 3
to o p. m. Board of Trade rooms,
Ocala House block.
Louise E. Gamsby, Librarian.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
, The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, p'oprie-
No Use.
Tm going to engage in a battle of
wits," he announced. "What's the use
of going into battle without any am ammunition
munition ammunition V she asked.
Economy, Indeed.
"The old gentleman who raised
me," announced the village ililoso ililoso-pher,had
pher,had ililoso-pher,had the right idea of economy.
He would light the lamp to read the
Scripture to his family, then turn It
down while he prayed."
Dally Thought.
All but God Is changing day by day.
Charles Kingsiey.

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UNCLASSIFIED ADS
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Lest Fcari, Wanted, For Scfe
Fcr Rent and Similcr Lcscl llzzts
FOR.' RENT 1 10 per month to the
right party, a new S-room cot cot-.
. cot-. Uge; best neighborhood. Address,
UUir UuiM?. i A -u
FOR SALE One large horse la
good condition; one good work
mule. Ocala Lumber, ft Supply
FOR SALE Modern bungalow in
' Linwood Heights. Inquire of the
Ocala Lumber ft Supply Co.5-15 tf
WANTED 69 MEN to join the
- Brotherhood Biruri CAnjim r4tv
' hall. See R. B. Bowers. 6-20-tf
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 SALE: Thoroughbred Shet Shetland
land Shetland pony, saddle, bridle and blan blanket;
ket; blanket; prettiest outfit In this section.
.$85 gets the outfit. Apply at the
Star office. 6-1 6-6 1
ONIONS WANTED We desire to
purchase good onions in any quan quantities
tities quantities and will pay good prices for
them., Moses Produce Co., Ocala,
Fla.. 6-1 8-4 t .
LOST On .Sunday between Adams
street and Methodist churdi, a
crescent shaped Masonic breast breastpin,
pin, breastpin, the wife and daughters de degree;
gree; degree; inscribed F. N. B. O. T. S.
-B. T. K. C. Return to L. T. Izlar
and receive reward. 6-22-Gt
WANTED Small second hand elec electric
tric electric fan; must be in good repair
and low in price, for cash. Address
"Fan," care Star office. 6-22-6t
FOR SALE I have a lovely home
for sale on Oklawaha avenue, and
the price is right.
Jr., Ocala, Fla.
S. S. Savage,
6-22-12t
Million Demijohns a Ytcr.
About a million demijohns are
annually in the United States, but tia
largest sizes are imported. The woitc
In the United States is largely Czza
by girls.



THE OCALA EVENING STAR, -MONDAY, JUNE 22. 1914

PUTS HIM AMONG
THE PLUTOCRATS
Cdme See Oxer.
REAL ESTATE
Ocala Man Has Fallen Heir to Two
Good Estates
l'f TO -M-AV-n. v
Mr. Charles Osborne, who has
been an employee of the Ocala Wag
on Works for some time, had two
uncles die within the past few
months, leaving "him quite a bit of
property. One was in California and
one in Jacksonville. Mr. Osborne
saia the estates would bring him in
aoout ?3o,uuo and $30,U0u re
We have completed the survey of this
rich tract and will soon! publish an exact
cut showing the subdivision.
spectively. He has realized already
consHerable cash on the property
end more cash and considerable real
estate will accrue to him.
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3IRS. HOUSEKEEPER WILL, EACH WEEK, VERY MUCH
LESSEN THE TOIL OP THAT ONE DREADED "WASH DAY,"
IF fcHE WILL ONLY COME TO US AND GET A NEW WASH WASH-.
. WASH-. ISO OUTFIT,
AVE ALSO HAVE A LARGE NUMBER OF" HOUSE-CLEANING
AND KITCHEN TOOLS, WHICH AVILL LESSEN THE WORK
AND GIVE MORE TIME FDR REST AND THE CHILDREN.
IT WON'T TAKE MUCH 3IONEY TO BUY THESE THINGS
EITHER. COME, SEE

arioi Mart ware Co
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.

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CHARMING
PRESENTS
MAKE A

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WHEN YOUR FRIENDS SAIL THEIR BARK UPON THE SEA
OF MATRIMONY, LET IT BE FREIGHTED WITH A MARK OF
AFFECTION FROM YOU. YOUR GIFT WILL BE AN APPRECI APPRECIATED
ATED APPRECIATED ONE WHEN IT COMES FROM OUR STORE. OUR NAME
IS A MARK OF SUPERB QUALITY AND THEN WE HAVE THE
MOST UNIQUE AND ATTRACTIVE LINE OF WEDDING PRES PRESENTS
ENTS PRESENTS SHOWN IN THE CITY. COME, SEE THEM.
A. E. BURNETT

PROSPECTS GOOD FOR
LIVELY GAME WITH PALATKA

Several Hundred People in Town
from the Gem City
Between three and four hundred
people arrived in town about noon
today on the Ocala Northern excur excursion
sion excursion from Palatka. The train stop stopped
ped stopped at Silver Springs long enough to
allow the excursionists' time to see
that wonder of wonders, and a num number
ber number remained to spend the day there.
Prominent among the excursion excursionists
ists excursionists were the members of the famous
Palatka ball team, which .will play
the Ocalas this afternoon. The
boys are a live bunch, and 'look like
they can -put up a fine game. They
are stopping at the Harrington.
Their line-up is as follows:
Bunday, ss; Rigglns, 3b; Haw Hawkins,
kins, Hawkins, p; Attridge, c; Hunter, cf;
Wheeler, 2b; Kulp, lb; Durkee, rf;
Branning, If.

BUTCH AND ROONEY
ARE BIG BOOSTERS

Willistoir Courier: The attention
of the readers of the Courier, is call called
ed called to the fact that Mr. J. D. Rooney

jof Ocala -will be here Friday, June
Gth, for the purpose of assisting in
Organizing a local board of trade.
I Mr. Rooney will be accompanied -by

Dr. S. H. Bliteh of Blitchton. Both
of these men are well known as big
boosters of Florida, and it is not
only a treat to have an opportunity
to hear both of them speak, but it is

t the duty of every man to be present
'at the Dixie theater on the above
named date to help organize a local
. beard of trade.

A WATERMELON CUTTING

The Senior Epworth League of
the Methodist church will be enter entertained
tained entertained at a watermelon cutting to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening at 8 o'clook at the
home of Rev. J. M. Gross on Fort
King avenue. All members are re-
quested to come and bring your
friends. Third Vice President.

EPWORTH LEAGUE CONFERENCE

Star Subscripton Coupons
WILL BE REDEEMED BY
TYPINGS &t CO.
AT 10 PER CENT
For Any Cash Purchase Made During June 1914
TYDINGS & COMPANY

PIN YOUR FAITH TO OCALA.
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20 Per Cent. Real Estate Investment.
Does this Look Good to You?
Two small four-room tenement houses, in good
condition, lot large enough for two more houses,
in colored section, just west of S. A. L. Railway,
on South 3d street, now rented to good tenants and
paying 20 per cent on the price asked, $600 for the two.
Titles perfect. If interested see me at once. They will not .be
long on the market at this price.
C i HITTH Real Estate and Fire Insurance

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Phone 285

OCALA, FLORIDA

The twenty-first state Epworth
League conference, which convened
at St. Petersburg, was the best at attended,
tended, attended, the most inspiring and the
most interesting conference ever
held in Florida leaguedom. The
hospitality of St. Petersburg was un unlimited
limited unlimited and the best 'talent in young
Methodism was represented. The
following officers were elected:
President,. Rev, L. F. Chapman,
'St. Augustine.
First-Vice President, C. L. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Fort Myers.
Second Vice-President, Manuel
H. Jones, Tampa.

Third Vice-President, Miss Virdie

Haddock, Live Oak.
Fourth Vice-President, Miss Edna
Fussell, St. Petersburg.
Secretary, Jarfield Evans, Suther Sutherland.
land. Sutherland. Treasurer, A. Barnard Byrd, Tal Tallahassee.
lahassee. Tallahassee. Junior superintendent, Mrs. C. E.
Hicks, Waldo.
Era agent. Miss Irma Selers, Fort
Meade.
League editor and state organizer,
Mr. M. M. Litle, Ocala.
There were two hundred and fifty
delegates registered. The next con conference
ference conference will be in Lakeland.

SUNDAY SCHOOL
PICXIC POSTPONE D

j The proposed picnic for Grace
j church Sunday school has been
indefinitely postponed. The teachers
and scholars will please take notice,
j Rev. J. G. Glass, Rector.

MEETING OF THE
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Star Want Ads. Bring Results

j Ocala, Fla., June 22, 1914.
j The Marion County Democratic
! Executive Committee is hereby call

ed to meet at the court house,
Ocala, Fla., at eleven o'clock a. m.,
June 27, 1914, for the purpose of
reorganizing. W. T. Gary,
Attest: Chairman.
D. Niel Ferguson, Sec'y. 6 22 ltdw

NATHAN PEYSER

Mr. Nathan Peyser passed away
Sunday morning at the home of his
parents', Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peys

er, in this city.

His health had 'been failing for
the past two years, and the end had
been expected for several weeks.
The funeral took place at 3:30

this afternoon from the family resi

dence, Mr. Jake Brown reading the
funeral service. At the grave in

the Hebrew cemetery the services

wer concluded by Mr. Brown.

The Elks of which Mr. Peyser had

been a member for a number of

years, attended the funeral in a body
and the final ceremonies were con conducted
ducted conducted under the auspices of this

order.

The pall bearers were Messrs.

Jake Brown, M. E. Robinson, Ben

Rheinauer and William "Wolff, with
Messrs. G. T. Maughs, Alfred Beck,
George J. Blitch and Marcus Frank,
representatives of the Elks.
Mr. 'Peyser was thirty-two years
of age and was .born at Eufala, Ala.,
moving to this city at the age of
four years. He was reared and edu educated
cated educated in Ocala, where he always had
a host of friends, all of whom will
join with the Star in extending deep deepest
est deepest sympathy to the bereaved family.

WATCH FOR THE PLAT.

PARTRIDGE-VJOODflOl'J COMPANY,
MERCHANT'S BLOCK.

Height of Happiness.
Gretchen, the little German maid,
was given a dress belonging to one
cf the daughters of the house, who
went to college. Gretchen had a his histrionic
trionic histrionic soul and loved to "live lives."
Upon returning from her "day out"
she was asked if she had had a good
time.1 "Oh, yah," she replied. "I felt
shoost like a collidge goirl."
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The Easier Way.
A lot of men who think they have
been born to achieve greatness He
.around and wait for somebody to
thrust it upon them.

Speaking of Dancing?
Anything that's worth doing at all
Is worth overdoing. Keble Howard.

- The Original.
The original grape nut Omar Khay Khayyam.
yam. Khayyam. Smart Set.

Coming South?
For sale 50 improved farms,
10 to 600 acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
so Also 2,000 acres cut-over land
well located; fine truck and

orange section. Write for

description and prices. Come
see me.
JOHN L. DAVIS,
IRVINE, FLORIDA

Stone
Crabs
at
Rodoffs
Cafe.

5-28-tf dly

Advertise in the STAR for results.

ANNUAL 'EXUG3S0G)-'
JULY 2MB TO
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, 06.50

CHARLESTON, S. C, - 08.50

AND RETURN FROM OCALA
-'via
ATLANTA AST LONG!
TICKETS OX SALE JULY 2, FINAL LIMIT JULY 14.
TICKETS WILL BE GOOD OX REGULAR TRAINS GOING
AND RETURNING
For information or Pullman reservations, call on nearest 'Atlantic
Coast Line Agent, or
31. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, Ocala.
Y. R. BEASLEY, J. G. Kirkland,
Division Passenger Agent Traveling Passenger Agent.
Tampa Florida.

The Management of DR. McCLAN
Medical, Surflical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more fnllj equipped and will be ra-i
strictly ethicai lines.
HOURS: 9 A.M. TO 430 P. M. PHONE 333

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If you do sot have a musical Instrument to while away the Ions
evenings the Y1CTROLA just fills the bill; it can be operated
by anyone and with no effort; it reproduces the music of the
greatest musicians; then, too, if you want the lighter music,
monologues, dialogues of wit and humor you have them right at
hand. If there is any one thing that adds to the real pleasures
of a summer vacation dn the country by the lake side, seaside,
or in the mountains, it is the delightful entertainment to be
furnished by one of these splendid instruments. We hare them
in many styles ready for immediate delivery at prices ranging
from $15 to $250, and hundreds of the most popular records
made. Before you complete your outfit for the vacation, come
In and let us show you how you may add much to its pleasures
with a VICTROLA.
PHONE IX FOR CATALOGUE.

A. M. LANSF0RD,
Ocala Agency for LUDDEN & BATES,
Phone 207 Opposite Harrington Hall

New Source of Ivory.
French scientists have found a new
source of vegetable ivory in the albu albumen
men albumen of the fruit of a small palm grow growing
ing growing in the French Sudan.

On and Off.
Save when you're young then
when you find yourself well on, yowH
also find yourself veil off- J. TX
Rockefeller.

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AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT FIXES AND ADVERTISES FIRMS
WHICH ADULTERATE THEIR GOODS THRU
INTENTION OR IGNORANCE

"Washington, June 22. The acci accidental
dental accidental presence of arsente in jelly, 1
candy and chocolate and of lead in
cream of tartar, has caused one cor corporation
poration corporation to be fiend $100 and -three
corporation to be fined $30 each for
the shipment of such adulterated
products in interstate commerce. In
every case the arsenic and lead ap appear
pear appear to have found their way into
'the products either thru ignorance
or carelessness on the part of the
manufacturer.
According to a recent announce announcement
ment announcement of the U. S. department of agri agriculture,
culture, agriculture, the Williams Bros. Co., of
Detroit, has been fined $100 for
Bending four brands of adulterated
jelly Into Missouri..
The Catawaba Candy Co., of San Sandusky,
dusky, Sandusky, Ohio, was also fined $50 and
costs for sending Into North Carolina
Illinois quantities of "Italian cream"
and into Oklahoma "iced squares"
all of which contained arsenic in
either candy or coating, or both.
Leo Benjamin, of New York City,
was fined .$50 for shipping Into
Pennsylvania "Chocolate Cremolin"
which contained arsenic. It contain contained
ed contained another mineral substance," a
crude oxide of iron, which acted
both as a color and a cocoa subst substitute.
itute. substitute. The label stated that: "This
cremolin contained powdered cocoa,
and a little harmless coloring."
Cream of Tartar Contained Lead:
Fined $30
The Pan Chemical Co., of New
York City, was fined $50 for ship shipping
ping shipping a quantity of adulterated cream
of tartar Into the, state -of Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. It contained lead, a poisonous
ingredient, in the amount of 62
parts per million, which might ren render
der render it injurious to health.
The Sen-Sen Chiclet Co., a corpo corporation
ration corporation organized under the laws of
.Maine, with its factory at Salem,
Phone 481
; If you want to bay or sell
FURNITURE.
New and Second Hand
Household Goods
Farm Tools, Harness Etc
Easy Payments If Desired.
A. M. BOBBirr,
310 S. Main St. Ocala Fla.
: PHONE 503 :
t For Good Wood I
BIG Load fur $1.
Tour Order will have
Immediate Attention. J
! J. L. SMOAR :
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
J. E. FRAMFTON
PIANO TUNER
Located In Ocala. Fla., Expert work
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
distributor
W. W. Kimball Co.. Ocala.
JL ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Mrd un All Cos
tract Work. Gives more and twtUr
oatrmcto in the city.
C?erk f or tfc money than tny otfect

LOONS

Ohio, was fined $25 and costs for
shipping cmisbranded chewing gum
from Ohio into Illinois. The guni
bore a label containing the words:
"Jumbo Pepsin Gum." Analysis
showed that the gum contained no
pepsin.
The shipment of adulterated and
misbranded mincemeat in interstate
commerce has brought three fines of
$25 each to the W. H. Marvin Co.,
of Urbana, Ohio. The "mincemeat"
contained nothing more than a trace
of meat, there; being 0.1 per cent,
of meat in two shipments, and 0.2
per cent, in the third. This was not
considered sufficient to comply with
the federal law. The labels on the
shipment giving the composite ar articles
ticles articles f the "mince meat" mention mentioned
ed mentioned meat first. t
Short weight of peanut butter
brought a' fine of $25 and costs to
Julius Koehler (The Royal Peanut
Butter Co.) of Cleveland, Ohio be because
cause because the article was shipped in in interstate
terstate interstate commerce. Ten packages
showed an average shortage of over
13 pei; cent. 1 weight. Another
Ohio company, (of Toledo), the
Ohio Spice & Extract Co., was fined
$25 and costs for shipping adulterat adulterated
ed adulterated and misbran led mace into Mis Missouri.
souri. Missouri. r
Lesser fines were imposed as fol follows:
lows: follows: Milk Henry M. Boggs, Fullerton,
Ky.: adulteration.; $15 and costs.
Potato chips Alexander A. Wal Walter
ter Walter and Alfred F.Walter, Albany, X.
Y.; misbranding; $12.50 each.
Canned peas The John Boyle Co.,
Baltimore; i misbranding; $10.
Condensed milk Sumner G. Ber Berry,
ry, Berry, Ashley, 111.; adulteration and
misbranding; $10 and costs.
Jelly ired color Charles W. Shaw
Co., Baltimore; adulteration; $10.
Gum orange shellac Charles B.
Lyon Bros., St. Paul; adulteration;
$10. V"''
Jam ; William Numsen & Sons,
Baltimore; adulteration and mis
branding; $10.
Leavener Charles W. Shaw Co.,
Baltimore; adulteration arid mis
branding; $10.
Baking powder Myers & Hicks
Co., Baltimore; adulteration; $5.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of the eustachian tube. When
this tube Is inflamed you have a rum rumbling
bling rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deafness is
the result, and unless the inflamatlon
can be taken out and this tube re
stored to its normal condition, hear
ing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh
which is nothing but an Inflamed con condition
dition condition of the mucous surfaces. v
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu
lars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Adv.
A GOOD INVESTMENT
PROPOSITION
5 Wanted, loan of $5,000 on highly
improved farming property, near
Ocala, value more than six times
that of the loan wanted. One of the
best farming and stockraising prop properties
erties properties in the county. If interested,
additional information can be had at
Star office, 6-13- tf
ESTIUY NOTICE
On April 7th I took up a dark bay
mare, blind in one eye, both front
feet scarred. Owner can have same
by paving for this advertisement and
cost of keep. J. B. Stanley, Morris Morris-ton,
ton, Morris-ton, Fla. 6-3-lm

THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1914

COAST LINE SCHEDULE
Jacksonville and St. Petersburg
No 9 Leave Jacksonville 4 p. m.;
arrive Ocala 9:05; arrive St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 3 a. m.
No. 10 Leav St. Petersburg 11
p. m., arrive Ocala 6:05; arrive
Jacksonville, 10:55.
No. 39 Leaves Jacksonville af
9:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala at 2:40 j
m.; arrives St. Petersburg at 9:10.
No. 40 Leaves St. Petersburg a1
6:30 a. m. ; arrives Ocala 12:54 p
m; leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. m.
Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 Leaves Ocala 6:40 a. m.;
arrives Lakeland 11:05 a. m.
No. Z2 Leaves. Lakeland 5:48 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 9:50 p. m.
Ocala and Homosassa
No. 49 Leave Ocala, 8:20 a. m.;
arrive Homosassa, 1 p. m.
No. 47 Leave Ocala, 2:20; arrive
Homosassa, 5:20.
No., 44 Leave Homosassa, 10 a.
m.; arrive Ocala, 12:50 p. m.
No. Leave Homosassa, 1:30 p:
m.; arrive Ocala, 6 p. m.
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
m.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
ft; 30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrive.
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 .a. m.;
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves
Ocala 1:30 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 5:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
OCALA NORTHERN SCHEDULE
No. 72 Leave Ocala daily 1:15
p. m. Arrive Palatka daily except
Sunday, 4:45 p. m. Arrive Palatka
Sunday, 4:15 p. m.
No. 71 Leave Palatka daily ex except
cept except Sunday, 7:40 a. m. Arrive
Ocala 11 m.
No. 73 Leave Palatka Sunday, S
a. m. Arrive Ocala, 11 a. m.
Why Sufter from Kheumatism?
When relief from rheumatic pains
may be had at so small a cost it is
surprising that anyone should fail to
avail himself of it. Joseph Cappar Cappar-elli,
elli, Cappar-elli, Canastota, N. Y suffered in intensely
tensely intensely with pains due to rheuma rheumatism
tism rheumatism in his limbs for a long time. A
friend told him about Chamberlain's
Liniment. One application relieved
him wonderfully, and a few days
treatment effected a cure. Many
others have found quick relief by ap applying
plying applying this liniment. For sale by
all dealers. Adv.
JDczcj'ouj
Cake tsIastru
ft SVvehTV1tt C7
-.'-ALSO-.-
Made by Machinery and
Baked by Steam
GARTER'S BAKERY
Phone 360
li

But Father

MONTEAGLE
SUMMER RESORT
If yoa wish to go away tor the I
summer please correspond with Mrs.!
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
i
Cumberland House at Monteagie, Monteagie,-Tenn.
Tenn. Monteagie,-Tenn. Rates, $7 to $10 per week.;
Two months Chautauqua, from July!
1st to August 31st, which is a fine
entertainment. Monteagie is on the
top of the Cumberland mountain,
over 2,000 feet above sea level. The
finest mineral water, most elegant
scenery east of the Rockies. For;
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
there Is no place like Monteagie in;
the South. Write at once to Mrs.!
E. W. Williams, Proprietress, the1
Cumberland House, Monteagie, Ten-;
nessee. 6-13-tf -;
STORES WILL CLOSE THURSDAY
The undersigned merchants here hereby
by hereby agree to close their respective
places of business on Thursdays at
1 p. m., 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. HU yen st on.
Marion Hardware Co.
E. G. Rivers-
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Counts Grocery Co.
i H. A. Waterman.
L. W Harley.
Mclver & MacKay.
. J. L. Smith -Grocery Co.
Hayes & Guy nn.
Marcus Frank.
The Murray Company.
A M. A. Bos tick.
Theus-Zachry Co.
A. M. Lansford.
YOUNG JERSEY MILK
COWS FOR SALE!
Twenty-five head of young Jersey
milk cows with young calves for
sale. Will sell singly or as a whole.
This is a splendid opportunity for
some one wishing to start a dairy.
H. H. Whitworth, Ocala, Fla6 13 tf
JUST WHAT SHE NEEDED
There is an old saying that "there
Is a remedy for every ill." It is
sometimes years before you find the
remedy exactly suited to your case.
Mrs. Rachel Cribley, Beaver Dam,
Ohio, was sick for two years with
stomach trouble and. constipation.
She writes, "My neighbors spoke so
enthusiastically of Chamberlain's
Tablets that I procured a bottle of
them. A few days treatment con convinced
vinced convinced me that they were just what
I needed. I continued to use them
for several weeks and they cured me.
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eien eien-ngs
ngs eien-ngs in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
Joseph Bell. Secretary. A a.
Own your own home by buying a
modern bungalow on easy terms of
the Ocala Lumber & Supply Com Company.
pany. Company. 5-15-tf
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy
This remedy always wins the good
opinion, if not the praise, of all who
use it. Mrs. F. A. Hood, Burrows,
Ind., writes, "I have found Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy a positive cure for cramps
and summer complaint." For sale
by all dealers. Adv.
"If it isn't an Eastman it isn's a
kodak." Gerig' Drug Stores,
areata. 5-ltf

didnt Ixnow he bad cnorcd lilic an Auto-licm

Tie Cnieirckl IBsnTi
OCALA, FLORIDA. V
CAPITAL STOCK 550,000.00.
v Slate, County and City Depository.

TODD.fii COMPAMY

Opposite Harrington Hall Hot!

OCALA,
A FINE STEAK
II Iff
Mi

WHICH WILL BE YOUR CHOICE FOR TODAY OR.TOMORROW?
Tell Us By Phorie
WE ARE ANXIOUS TO KNOW L
i W. HI. IVHiIFSSIKI
' PHOXE t08 CITV 5IA1EKET

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Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling

PHOWE 296

Packing and Storing
Sldpping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

n Yomit Ilcennnaim MiriigM ?
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.
(OteaHai lice & PacMe Cn.

RlD!3-rJ3Y-TDSrj-
Will cure your Rhcxixnnlioin
Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,
Colic, Sprains. Bruises, Cuts aud
Burns, Old Sore's, Stings of Insects
Etc. Artiseptic Asodycv used in internally
ternally internally end externally. Price 25c

Tj

YOU'LL CAPTIVATE "HER"
If you make us your Tailors. We
will make you charmingly present presentable
able presentable in your outward appeanuce.
As stylish Tailors we easily take the
lead In this vicinity. The best ma materials,
terials, materials, choicest patterns, sure fit,
stylish cut. and : careful finishing
make the men who wear our Suits
the envied among their fellows.
And they are- generally first favor favor-'
' favor-' ed with the ladles, too.
9
FLORIDA
a
We Sell :
BEAVER BOARD
Superior to Plaster
or CeiDng in
Quality or Price
INVESIGATE.
Marriage Maze.
"Never marry tor love where there
la also money; you will be bored to

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Him? lilWAi W tl

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death. But never marry lor wtb
where there Is no money, And never
marry for money where there la no -lore.
Also, never marry without Krre-1
or money." From -Pantomime," by
GL B. Ctern.



THE OCA LA EVEM5G STAR- MONDAY, JCXE 22, 1914

REPORT OF THE AUDIT COMPAUY TO THE -CITY C0UI1CIL

(Continued from Page Four)

SCHEDULE "8"
CITY OF OCALA, OCALA, FLA.
DETAILS OF BILLS PAYABLE

Date Payable to uue Amouni

12-15-13 Munroe & Chambliss Bank 3-5-14 $1,500.00

12-15-13 Ocala National Bank

.3-5-14

-1,300.00

April, iiu m '. .
February, 1910- : 400.00
March, 1910 ......... ........ 300.00
March 31, 1910 ..............
April, 1910 .................. 100.00

May, 1910
June, 1910 .......
July, 1910 ....
April 1910 .......
August, 1910 .....
October, 1910 .....

December, 1910 ..... ......... 115.78

148.50

As per EXHIBIT "A

.. ?3,000.00

11.90

75.00
75.00
75.00
50.00
50.00

126.65

Number of

Warrant

29066 H. S. Chambers

29067 George Mansfield

29068 Cecil McLeod

SCHEDULE "9"
CITY OF OCALA, OCALA, FLA.
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
December 31, 1913
Name General Electric Light W. W.

January, 1911
February, 1911
March, 1911
April, 1911 ..
May, 1911
June, 1911 ..
June, 1911 ..
July, 1911
July, 1912
June, 1913

50.00 ..... 29069 George Nehlsen

150.00 29070 .H. H. Stafford

900.00 ......... ...... 29071 J. Garlson

500.00 . --.. 29072 J. H. Compton
300.00 29073 H. C. Sistrunk

172.03 29074 W. W. Clyatt

29075 J. S. Robertson

Fund
37.50
25.00
22.50
22.50
22.50
3.00

Fund

Fund
$......

3.00

50.00
25.00
400.00

22.50

$6,334.28 $1,414.73 $ 7,749.01

.$ 6,666.60

Due from City Attorney, 12-31-13, as pe Exhibit "A'

(ClXX'TTT.l

. CITY OF OCALA, OCALA, FLA.
SUMMARY OF DIFFERENCE IN ACCOUNT TAX COLLECTOR
December 31, 1913

Difference Collection
Difference Collection
Difference Collection

licenses ........ t .. $195.00
1912 taxes 27.77
1912 taxes '. 3.05

Total due from Tax Collector asf per EXHIBIT "A".

.$225.82

CITY OF OCALA, OCALA, FLA.
DIFFERENCES IN ACCOUNT COLLECTION OF LICENSES
TAX COLLECTOR December 31, 1913

Receipt Date Issued to

406 9-30-12 Brooksville Electric

146 10-31-12 Mclver & MacKay ........ 33.50
230 10-31-12 J. R. Moorhead 5-00
28 10-31-12 G. W. 'Griffin ..' 15.00
6 10-31-12 M. L. Richardson ....... 2.00
34 10-31-12 James Smith 2.00
335 1- 1-13 Red Line Transfer Co 7.50
406 6-30-13 rlsaac Simmons ... .. 1.70
407 6-30-13 Taylor & Knight 1.70
70 1031-13 Ed. Hodge 5.00
19 110-31-13 Peter Paul 5.00
14 10-31-1 3 Henry Thomas .... 5.00
6-30.-1 3 Error in footing "total" ... .
28 11-18-13 Jesse McDuffy 15.00
1311-25-13 J. L. Smith ..' 15.00
29 11-25-13 Thomas Johnson 10.00

Amount Amt. Paid

On Stub Treasurer Differ'ce
Co. . .$ 5.00 $ .45 4.55

33.00

10.&O

16 12- 4-13 Jesse 'McDuffy .
17 12-15-13 J. M. Wesley ...
254 12- 3-13 Theros Orfeucdes
255 12- 8-13 D. N. Waldron ..
256 12-15-13 N. Moses & Co.
257 12-15-13 R. Whaley ...
258 12-15-13 C. C. Massey .
2512-16-13 M. S. Sawaya ...
260 12-31-13 J. A. Ferguson

5.00
5.00
5.00
10.00
25.00
25.00
5.00
25.00
5.00

.50

5.00
5.00
2.00
2.00

7.50
1.70
1.70
5.00

5.00
5.00

.05
15.00

15.00
10.00
5.00

5.00
5.00
10.00

25.00
2.00

5.00
25.00
5.00

29076 1. T. Izlar

29077 H. W. Counts ........
29,078 J. C. Caldwell
29079 L. B. McKenzie . v.
29080 Wash Berry

29081 H. Cooper
29082 M. Silvers
29083 H. C. Sistrunk
29084 G. W. Cleveland

29085 'Robert Marsh
29086 J. A. Campbell
29087 Atlantic Coast Line R. R. Co.

29088 A. J. Brigance
29089 R. E. Brigance
29090 W. F. Adams
29091 L. Delise

29092 Paul Baker

29093 Wilton Meyers

29094 Frank Dorsey
29095 Ben Daniels

29096 St. Wyatt
29097 B. Patterson

29098 Isaac Cone
29099 Dock Allen

29100 G. Anderson

2910.1 G. Henderson

29102 D. Roberts

29103 D. Wilson
29104 B. Bradley

29105 W. P. Skylark
29106 T. Russ
29107 B. Adkins
29108 William Wilson
29109 F. Mcintosh
29110 H. Anderson
29111 J. Jordan
29112 G. Washington
29113 J. Blair
29114 C. Waters
29115 M. Archer
29116 A. McQueen
29117 W. Blackman
29118 A. Smith
29119 Ed. Wilson
29120 Ned Anthony

29121 J. Davenport
29122 H. Scott

95.00
50.00
15.00
25.00
50.0O

67.50
40.00
25.00
20.00
20.00
15.00

35.00
37.50

100.00
130.51

40.00
30.00
30.00

3.00

8.20
6.60
6.00
5.40
5.40
5.00
10.50
1.60
7.50
6.25
3.75
7.37
7.50
3.00
6.75
6.25
6.25
3.75
1.00
6.00
5.00
4.50
5.00
1.40
1.20
13.00

29188 Ocala Telephone Company ;..
29189 H. S. Chambers .......
29190 A. G- Gates
21191 H. B. Masters Company
21192 Marion Hardware Company .
21193 Moses and Nasser
21194 'Eureka Fire Hose Mfg. Co. .
21195 Ocala Iron Works

21196 Griffin Foundry
21197 Softth Atlantic Coal Company.
21198 Thompson Meter Company ...

21199 Mueller Manufacturing Co. .

21200 H. C. Sistrunk .............

13.00
4.50)
36.45
33.89
2.95
2.00
500.00

8.40
39.00
212.25
51.60
27.90

31201 Western Elect ricj Company

21202 West Elec and Mfg. Company.
21203 Ocala Telephone Company . ...

21204 Florida Electric Company' .
21205 'Electric Appliance Company ....
2120 6 "Nulberry Exp. Supply Company
21207 Quaker City Rubber Co
2120 8 Cameron and Barkiey Co vi . .
2 12 0 9 Crandall Packing ; Company ....
21210 John Dorier Company ... ....
21211 Taylor Printing Company, .....
21212 Knight and Lang
21213 Mclver and MacKay
2121 4 Standard Oil Company .... .'
21215 A. G. Gates ... . . . . .
21216 Marion Hardware Co. ........
21217 H. W. Tucker . .....
21218 E. E. Converse
21219 J. O. Dekle
21220 J. C. Caldwell
21221 R. E. Koonie
21222 Harry Cole
2923 City of Ocala ...... .
29224 City of Ocala .........
29225 City of Ocala
29226 City of Ocala
29227 City of Ocala
29228 Ocala Telephone Company
29229 Taylor Printing Company
29230 B. J. Hunter
29231 H. W. Tuoker
29232 Marion Hardware Company ....
29233 Lanier "Robertson

29234 Taylor Printing Company

29235 L. Alexander

Wood mar Sand and Stone Co...

30.00

47.00
129.94
86.79
10.66
7.88
155.24
89.42
27.64.
8.32
28.71
4.00
3.50
52.50
11.00
29.3
2.00
9.7
-1.8
5.6
10.40
15.18
3.00

6.30

1.63
20.96
45.84
51.12
3.00
7.50

10.50

3.50

2,381.47

3.30
17.29
10.50
159.60

Springfield Road Roller Co 633.33
Eureka Fire Hose Company. ... 500.00
Gallion Iron Works 140.00
City of Ocala fire hydrants 1,215.00
City of Ocala bldgs. & fountains.. 100.00
City of Ocala street" department. 66.89

TOTALS .. .. 84,211.02 $1,231.93 8797.02
SUMMARY

General fund ..i 8 8,211.02

Electric light fund . 1,231.93

Water -works fund 797.02

As per EXHIBIT "A" ........ .810.239.97

12.25
12.25
4.50

1.37

15.00

PHowell
S. McAteer
'Haile
Stewart .

Due from Tax: Collector SCHEDULE "6'

. .$195.00

SCHEDULE "6-B'

CITY OF OCALA OCALA, FLA.
PROOF OF COLLECTIONS 1912 TAXES
December 31, 1913

Footing 1912 tax digest $26,267.70
Error in footing less 1.50
LESS Delinquest personal to city marshal. . .$ 722.25
Delinquent real estate to city attorney. ..... 1,566.00

$26,266.20
.... 2,288.25
2,288.25

LESS Errors, doubles, etc., in spreading tax

$23,977.95

214.05
$23,763.90

ADDITIONAL:,
Page 18 Mary Shuey paid, not on digest. ........$ 7.50
Page 23 W lot 58 S. & D. overpaid ......... . 1.50
Page 30 No. 508 Mrs. M. Carlisle, overpaid....... 15.00
Page 44 Lot No. 5 Mitchell's revised, overpaid...."" .75
Page 45 No. 704 E. E. Robinson, overpaid. .15
Page 4 6 Dots 8-10 West End, overpaid .60
Page 46 Lots 2, 3, 6, 7, .10 Western, overpaid .15 v-
Page 4 7 Lots 1 to 7 Western, overpaid ..... .45
Page 50 Lot 9 Block L. 'Dunn's N. W., overpaid . .30
Page 54 Lot 1 Block 3, Goss, overpaid. 1.50
Page 69 Atlantic Coast Line, overpaid. A ...... 55.78
Page 69 Seaboard Air Line, overpaid. 7.29
Page 75 D. W. Davis, overpaid 1.20
Page 84 Mitchell's Pharmacy, overpaid 1.50

93.67

Total to be accounted for
Cash receipts

. .$23,857.57

23,829.80

s

Difference due from Tax Collector SCHEDULE "6".

...$

27.7

SCHEDULE "6-C'

CITY OF OCALA, OOALA, FLA.
PROOF OF COLLECTION ,1913 TAXES
December 31, 1913
Footings, as per digest
Taxes unpaid, December 31, 1913 ........ .$23,975.35
Less Jan., 1914, collections in Dec, 1913, cash.. 1,120. SO

.$28,737.00

22,854.55

To be accounted for .....
Cash Tax Collector's receipts '. !L .........
Due from Tax Collector SCHEDULE "6'

5,882.45
5,879.40

$ 3.05

1 SCHEDULE "7"
CITY OF OCALA, OCALA, FLA.

t DETAILS OF BONDED DEBT
December 31, 1913
Electric light bonds, 6 per cent., due 1918, Int. April and Oct. .$14,200.00
General, 5 per cent., due 1925, Int. January and July. ... ... 22,000.00
Water works, 5 per cent., due 1933, Int. February and August. 45,000.00

As per EXHIBIT "A" ....... ...................... .$81,200.00

29123 C.
29124 J.
29125 S.
29126 S.

29127 W. Johnson

29128 H. Howard
29129 A. Burley
59130 J. Sears
29131 Jameson and Thompson ...
29132 J. Bristo
29133 A. -Hutson
29134 W.' Michael
29135 -J. Long
29136 J. B. Friall
29137 John Long
29lfe8 B. Calhoun
29139 J. Cromartie
29140 N. L. Ladson
29141 4J. M. Lewis
29142 Ocala Telephone Company
29143 W. Mead .
29144 A. J. Brigance
29145 H. R. Agnew
29146 J. H. Roberts ..:
29147 City of Ocala
29148 City of Ocala

29149 Marion Hardware Company
29150 Ocala Wagon Works
29151 Mclver and MacKay
29152 Smith and Sandifer
29153 Ocala Iron Works ."
29154 H. B. Masters Company
29155 Woodmar S. and L. Co. ..
29156 H. J. Nichols

29157 Atlantic Coast Line R. R.

2915S E. E. Converse
29159 Woodmar S. and L. Co
29160 'Frederick Disinfectant Co.
29161 West Disinfectant Company
29162 Atlantic Coast Line R. R. Co.
29163 Smith and Sandifer .
29164 H. B. Masters Company
29165 'Marion Hardware Company
'29166 Mclver and MacKay
29167 Studebaker Company
29168 H. Black
29169 A. G. Gates ..
29170 City of Ocala
29171s W. W. Clyatt
29173 Ocala Banner
29174 Ocala Banner
29175 J. P. Galloway
29176 J. P. Galloway
29177 J. P. Galloway
2917S H. C. Sistrunk
29179 H. and W. D. Drew Co
291 SO H. C Sistrunk
29181 S. B. Long
291S2 J. W. Aiken & Company ...
29183 Mclver and MacKay
29184 -White Star Line
29185 Gulf Refining Company
29186 Smith and Sandifer
29187 G. A. Nash :

57.50
8.00
72.00
13.50
3.00
4.00
10.00
22.50
6.00
11.00
19.00
26.00
1.00
12.00
10.50
9.00

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6:00
3.00
4.00
56.80
8.25
30.00
2.25
6.95
15.3S
5.20
9.95
1.20
5.10
162.37
3.90
450.00
16.75
3.10
3.90
55.00
52.00
12.00
4.75
2.80
2.23
1.50
19.50
1.50
.75
483.10
27.10
35.00
15.00
4.S5
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21.00
52.11
11.26
62.00
10.00
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THE OCALA EVENING SfAK. MONDAY, JUNE 22. 1914

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The
Governor's Lady
A Novelization of
Alice BradlesPlay
By Gertrude Sttfbtnson
ISustraiiocs From Photographs of
. : the Stags Production :
Fnftnea
1 JMM
7
"Too ee, rm a rery simple sort of
' fellow," Blade was saying, "don't drink
don't mokedon't keep yachts or
ftorses. don't keep wo he stopped In
Ctfs oft-repeated formula as he remem remembered
bered remembered Katherlne's presence, "don't
&eep horses, so I most do something,
as I was saying to Mrs. 8 lade today.
I dont want to bother my neighbors,
o IH build high chimneys, so the
smoke won't trouble you much. I'm
going into the glue business. That is,
of course," and he paused and sur surveyed
veyed surveyed the group about him with acorn acorn-iplacent
iplacent acorn-iplacent elevation of his eyebrows,
that is. unless you gentlemen can
keep me busy In some other way. I'm
a rery active man'
Katherine leaned forward with tense
expression to see how the man's op opponents
ponents opponents would take his game. The
senator was smiling, Merritt tapping
hls'foot restlessly. v
"Well, boys, it looks, as though he
had us--strong?" Strickland broke the
silence. "Glue! Whew!"
"Are we going to be had?" demanded
Merritt, testily "are we going to stand
for this holdup?" and he turned dis disgustedly,
gustedly, disgustedly, toward the door.
"Don't you think we'd better keep
Mr. Slade busy In some pther way,"
Strickland repeated. f
"I don't," Merritt flung ; back over
his shoulder as -. he left the room, fol followed,
lowed, followed, as usual, by Hunt.
: Merritt's hasty departure was the
signal for Katherine to adjust her
wraps and remark: "We must be late
for Tristan."
Hayes followed her. "I must see you
alone, Katherine. You're still free
there's no foreigner on the scene, is
there, Katherine ?"
"Bob," Katherlne's voice was sweet
but firm. "I don't think I shall ever
marry now
"Oh, nonsense," he protested.
"No," even more positively. "The
more I see of men but what's the
use? There never was but one man
I could have got on with, and I didn't
happen to live in his time."
"Who was the boy?" Hayes asked,
lightly. ?-:. -f ;
. "Strange," Katherine replied, pen pensively,
sively, pensively, "I've just been talking about
him Napoleon Bonaparte.";
"Oh, Lord that fellow." Hayes was
much relieved. "Can I have tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, evening?" :
"Yes if you yes tomorrow eve eve-'nlng.
'nlng. eve-'nlng. Bob." :T
Her voice lingered a bit on the Bob,
and with quick impulsiveness Hayes
caught her hand and kissed it.
In another minute she had turned
to Slade.
"Oh, Mr. Slade, won't you let me
make a head of you?"
"A head of me?" Slade repeated in
surprise.
"Think it over." Katherine sug suggested,
gested, suggested, as she and her father went out,
leaving Hayes and Slade watching her
proud, graceful figure until it disap disappeared
peared disappeared from view, ; ":
, Slade looked critically at Hayes for
a moment or two after the girl had
gone. ...-,;"'- .V-"'
"Oh, now I remember," he suddenly
exclaimed." "You're the chap ebe gave
up for Paris a long time ago?"
"When she was twenty-one and I
was twenty-four and six feet one inch
of a western lawyer, just out of the
woods. How does Mrs. Slade take to
this governorship business?" he fin finished,
ished, finished, abruptly.
"She doesn't take to it." Slade's
Xplce was hard.
, "I was afraid she wouldn't"
"Well, nobody's going to stand in
my way.". A malignant light showed
In his eyes.
"My boy, I'm out to win."
In spite of the fact that he was in
Soil evening attire, he thrust his hands
" into his pockets and almost strutted
about the room. "I outgeneraled that
crowd here tonight. By God, I did!
Do you know?" He paused in his
'walk and looked down on Hayes six
feet sprawled over one of the brocaded
chairs "there's Just a little drop of
' that fellow Napoleon Bonaparte in
me!" . 1 V;
"Napoleon Bonaparte got on by
leaving a woman behind," Hayes re returned,
turned, returned, seriously, refusing to enter into
Slade's .spirit of self-satisfied good
humor.
"You mind your own d n business,
Bob," Slade turned on him, suddenly.
"All right I'm off to the opera. I
enly meant that Napoleon was a bad
boy for you to follow, because he
treated his first wife like a dirty dish dish-rag.
rag. dish-rag. That's why I'm glad that second
little Austrian hussy., paid him back.
That's alL I love Mrs. Slade. When
I was sick with fever in your mining
camp she was a mother to me."
"Don't forget that 1 made you,"
Slade reminded him. "I," and he
tapped-his chest. "I gave you your
'..chance;
"I don't.. All the same I'd hate to
see you elected, because of Mrs. Slade.
It seems to be the regular thing, be becoming
coming becoming universal, for a very success successful
ful successful man to leave home the minute he's
his feet. Good night."
"One minute. Bob. You've given me

a lot oi gooa aa vice, in give you
some. Are you in love with that girl?"
"Yes," Hayes grunted; "good night.
Is that all?" V
"No;" Slade paused, watching Hayes
through narrowed eyelids. "That girl
needs a large pie with every one of
her fingers In it. Bob, I'm sorry for
you. Your pie Isn't big enough."
"Well It's my pie. Good night,"
and be was gone.
After Hayes had gone, Slade sat, his
arms resting on the table, staring into
space. Every now and then the cor corners
ners corners of his mouth came down and his
eyes narrowed. He was thinking of
Katherine Strickland and Hayes. That
woman for Hayes! Hayes must be a
presumptuous pup to ever think of
winning that queen. Such women were
meant for the kings of the earth not
for their hirelings.
Suddenly Slade's eyes lighted with
the fire of decision. His mouth be became
came became a firm, straight line of deter determination,
mination, determination, i There was something im implacable
placable implacable and grim in his very attitude
as the resolve to win Katherine Strick Strickland
land Strickland became fixed in his mind. He
longed to hurry after her to tell her
of his decision to fight, if not with,
then for her. He was eager to show
her just how much they two together
could make out of life, a big, fine fight
for position and power.
Even the thought of being governor
was left in the distance as plan after
plan raced through his mind, of greater
conquests and bigger achievements,
possible only with a woman like Kath Katherine
erine Katherine Strickland for his wife. So ab absorbed
sorbed absorbed and intense were his thoughts
of the future with her for the moment
he forgot completely the woman who
for 30 years had kept her place as his
wife. In all his dealings he had never
considered obstacles,' except to sweep
them from his path. As he remem remembered
bered remembered the present and Mary, he never
hesitated or faltered from his newly
made resolution.

Mary could go.it alone. He would
see Hhat she had everything that
money could buy. He would make her
comfortable and take care of her. That
she should be further considered never
entered his mind. Always ruthless in
his methods, he was equally cruel even
when the obstacle to his advancement
was a fragile little woman who had
given him the best of her love and
years and who would gladly have laid
down her life to save his.
It was not as if a sudden flame of
Intensive; overwhelming love for Kath Katherine
erine Katherine Strickland had surged through
his heart. It was nothing as decent
or as fine or as blameless as that. His
whole attitude toward the girl was
one of cold-blooded acquisition. He
had determined to have her just as he
had determined only last week to out outbid
bid outbid every other man at the rug auc auction.
tion. auction. He wanted her to take a place
in his life because he knew what her
value would be to him. He, wanted her
beauty, her brain, her sav'oir faire, as
so many stepping stones by which to
mount higher and higher in the affairs
of the state and the nation.
In spite of the fact that he criticized
his wife's lack of social graces, he
was wise enough to know that he was
far from a finished product himself.
In spite of himself, traces of the par parvenu
venu parvenu occasionally showed through the
veneer of bluff and arrogance. With
a wife like Katherine he would soon
come to know all the fine points of the
social game. A wife like Katherine
would cover up a multitude of his lit little
tle little sins of commission and omission.
(Continued Tomorrow)
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Of Institutions, Firms, People and
Phones Most Often Called in
Ocala
The following condensed tele-j
phone directory is published for the
benefit of the Star's readers. No
charge is made for any of the entries
in it. It covers the city depart depart-ments,
ments, depart-ments, the railroads and telegraph
offices, the offices and residences of
all the doctors in the city, the hos hospital
pital hospital aV trained nurses in fact, all
the points likely tc he most needed.
A directory is attached to each
phone, but people often hare occas occasion
ion occasion to learn a telephone number
when they are at a distance from
both the phone and the book. And it
Is principally for the convenience of
these that the directory is published.
A. C. L. passenger station.. ...370
A. C. Li. freight office........ 99
Annex Drugstore 279
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore .'. 123
Banner .' 1
Board of Trade.... 381
Brinson, school superintendent 141
Carlisle's Drugstore ........ 424
Court Pharmacy 284
City Hall . ... -4 303
Commercial Bank .......... 122
County jail ............... 35
Dr.Dozler ... 41
Dr. Dozier, residence- 69
Dr. E. Van Hood. '. 324
Dr. E. Van Hood, residence. 164
Dr. Counts 427
Dr. Counts, residence ........ 349
Dr. J. W. Hood.... ......... 203
Dr. J. V. Hood, residence. . 295
Dr. Izlar 11
Dr. Izlar, residence. 71
Dr. Lane 422
Dr. Lane, residence. 477
Dr. Lindner. 78
Dr. McClane . . ...... 333
Dr. McClane, residence. 407
Dr. Newsom ................ i12
Dr. Newsom, residence. 186
Dr. Peek .................. 468
Dr. -Peek, residence 301
Dr. Smith 53
Dr. Smith, residence 74
Dr.- Thompson ............. 139
Dr. Von Engelken.... 286
Dr. Von Engelken, residence.. 290
Dr. Watt . ... 53
Dr. Watt, residence. ......... 472
Dr. Walters. 78
Dr. Walters, residence....... 495
Dr. Wilson, colored. 404
Dr. Hughes, colored.. 185
Dr. R. R. Williams (colored ) 369
EVENING STAR 51
Electric Light Plant. ........ 66x
Elks Club. 176
PIRE STATION 60
Florida House. 133
Galloway, sheriff, residence... 91
Harrington Hall Hotel ....... 32M
INFORMATION OPERATOR
TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. 500
Imperial Loundry ........... 21
Marion County Fair, Grounds. 243
Marion County Board of Trade 381
MARION COUNTY HOSPITAL 33
Miss Gerard, trained nurse. ... 472
Miss Harwell, trained nurse. . 472
Miss Washburn, trained nurse 206
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. ... 18
Moose Club. 460
Metropolitan Bank 363
OCALA EVENING STAR. 51
Ocala Gas Co., office. ........ 61
Ocala Gas Co., plant. I 478
Ocala House ............... 52
Ocala National Bank. ...... .V 334
Ocala Northern Railway...... 249
Ocala Southwestern Railway.. 367
Ocala City office ... ..( ...... 303
Ocala Heights Dairy ........ 421
Ocala Telephone Company.... 142
Ocala Steam Laundry 101
POSTOFFICE .. ........... 515
POLICE ALARM 195
Postoffice Drugstore .-. ....... 20
Postal Telegraph office. ...... 217
Sheriff's office. ....... .". ... 49
Seaboard Air Line City Ticket
office 129
Seaboard Airline freight office 38
STAR OFFICE 51
Southern Express Co. . ... ... 42
Tydings' Drugstore "... 30
Western Union xeiegrapn office 136
MARION COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bui Bui-ock.
ock. Bui-ock. Ocala.
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Ocala.
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert.
Ocala.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer. Ocala.
Treasurer -John M. Graham.
Ocala.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Prouate Wm. E. Smith.
Ocala.
County Commissioners C. Carml-
chael, Ocaia; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W T. Henderson. Lynne; D. G.
Watkin... Dunnellon; Walter Luff-
man, Sparr.
Board Public Induction J. n.
Brinson, Superintendent, cala; B.
R. Blitch. Blitchton: J. S. Grantham.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. OF A.
Concordia .L-oage, Fraternal Union
of America, meets It Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursaay evening of
ach month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Id

OCALA CHURCH DIRECTORY

PRESBYTERIAN Corner of Ft
King avenue and Waiula street: pas pastor
tor pastor 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 3Gls-
sicn Society 3 p. m.; evening sermon
7:15 o'clock. Midweek prayer meet
ing Wednesday evening, 7:30.
CATHOLIC North Magnolia St.;
priest, D. Bottolacio; residence 327
North Orange street; Sunday ser services:
vices: services: 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. J as.
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 vestry
try vestry and societies at hours appointed.
METHODIST Cornet r"ort King
avenue and South Main street: pas pastor
tor pastor J. M. Gross; residence 4 6 Foit
King avenue; phon 157; Sunday
services: SuLday school 9:30 a. m.,
superintendent L. N. Green; morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League 4 p. m.; Senior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League 3 p. m.; Senior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League, 4 p. m.; evening
sermon 7:30 o'clock. Midweek prayer
meeting Wednesday evening 7:30.
Choir practice Friday evening at the
church. V -'
BAPTIST Corner North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia and North Second streets; pastor
Bunyan Stephens; residence 520 Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue; phone 314; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. n.
superintendent W. T. Gary, morning
sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Baptist
Young People's Union 4 ,p. m.; Sen Senior
ior Senior Baptist Young People's Union
6:45 p. m.; evening sermon 7:30 p.
m. Midweek prayer meeting .Wed .Wednesday
nesday .Wednesday evening 7:30"oclocV
Church of Christ
East Broadway, next to City Hall.
Roy 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 Mondays)
days) Mondays) and 2 to 5 p. m. Wednesdays
and Saturdays. "At Home" to the
congregation and others Mondays, 7
to 10 p. m. !:
Services Sunday: Sunday school
10 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
and prayer. Business meetings the
last Tuesday, of each month. All
seats free, and everybody welcome.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
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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
iting brothers. Wm. M. Gober C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
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Don't Mistake the Cause of Your
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Many people never suspect their
kidneys. If suffering from a lame.
weak or aching back they think that
it is only a muscular weakness; when
urinary trouble sets In they think it
will soon correct itself. And so it is
with all the other symptoms of kid kidney
ney kidney disorders. That is where the dan danger
ger danger often lies. You should realize
that these troubles often lead to
dropsy or Bright's disease. An effec effective
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kidneys is Doan's Kidney Pills. Resi Residents
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P. Y. Smith, 1206 Alachua Ave.,
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ed complained a great deal of pain in her back
and was very nervous. When Doan's
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them and in a short time the pains
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NOTICE OP SALE OF COOTY
SCHOOL WARRANTS
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Public Instruction lor the
county of Marlon, state of Florida, un until
til until three o'clock p. m., July 8, 1914. will
receive sealed bids for the purchase of
one or more of thirty county school
coupon warrants of the denomination
of one thousand dollars each, bearing
six per cent interest from their date,
payable semi-annually The date of
maturity of said warrants may be fix fixed
ed fixed as the bidder may elect, provided no
warrant Is made to mature in less than
five years, nor more than fifteen years,
from its date. A deposit In the form
of a certified check, payable to the or order
der order of said board. In the sum of three
per cent, thereof must accompany each
bid. All communications should be
addressed to J. H. Brinson. secretary.
Ocala, Florida. The board reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
The Board of Public Instruction
for the county of -Marion, state
of Florida.
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FAT MAN MOVED OVER

LITTLE INCIDENT THAT MADE
MR. GOSLINGTON SMILE.
Retributive Justice Was Abroad and
Working That Morning, Though It
Is Not Often in Evidence
in a Railroad Car.
Whenever I take a seat In an ele elevated
vated elevated or a subway car," said Mr.
Goslington, "I am careful to sit square squarely
ly squarely In the middle of it so that I shall
not unduly crowd anybody that may
be sitting at either side, but I do not
find that everybody respects my rights
in like manner.
"This morning, for Instance, when I
had seated myself in my accustomed
fashion In a subway car there came in
and took the vacant seat next me on
my left a big, thoughtless, fleshy man,
who was quite regardless of my rights
and comfort, to which, Indeed, he was
plainly quite indifferent. He dropped
Into that seat any wa7 he happened
to, which proved to be two-thirds on
that seat and one-third on mine, or
rather on me. And then he stayed
right there where he had dropped,
making no effort whatever to shift
over.
"I stood, this for a minute or two so
as not to appear disturbed or impa impatient,
tient, impatient, and then 1 moved one seat to
the right, that next seat there happen happening
ing happening to be vacant, thus leaving the
place I had lately occupied free, or
two-thirds so, the other third being
still taken up by the big fleshy man.
"And now there came into the car
another" large man, bigger than the
otljer, but not fleshy; a big man who
was bony, angular and muscular, and
who had also a resolute cast of coun countenance.
tenance. countenance. "This large, bony and resolute man
made for the seat which I had just
left, and did he simply sit down on Its
front edge, leaving the fleshy intruder
upon it In undisturbed possession of
the remainder?
"No. This large and bony newcom newcomer
er newcomer appeared to be a man of keen dis discernment
cernment discernment as well as by nature reso resolute.
lute. resolute. At a glance he saw that about
one-third of the fleshy man's own
proper seat at his left was vacant,
while he was sitting over on about
one-third of this one. So now the
newcomer did not Just sit down on
the. front edge, but he sat well in to toward
ward toward the back of th seat and then

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ne dropped himself into IL solidly
and squarely.
"The fleshy man turned toward the
big, bony, resolute man who had thus
sat down on him and looked at him
really quite sourly; but then within a
short moment he moved over. And
as I saw him move I felt that what
the big man had just done to him far
more than made up for what he had
done to me."

No Tango or Motors.
There Is one place where the tango
is as yet unknown, and that is Mon Monrovia,
rovia, Monrovia, the capital of Liberia, accord according
ing according to Reed Paige Clark, the receiver
of the general customs there, who
is now on six months' leave of ab absence.
sence. absence. Ragtime and the movies, however,
flourish there, Mr. Clark says, but
there is not an automobile in the
whole of Liberia; in fact, there are no
wheeled vehicles at all, as there are
no roads and no railroads.
Life at the capital is village-like in
its simplicity. The people are kindly
and courteous, and Mr. Clark is de delighted
lighted delighted with the treatment he received
during his two years residence there.
Mr. Clark says his British, French
and German colleagues work harmo harmoniously,
niously, harmoniously, although there is some fric friction
tion friction on political questions, but this is
of no great Importance.
The port of Monrovia is showing a
wonderful increase In shipping. More
than 400 steamers called there during
the past year with cargoes which ex exceeded
ceeded exceeded a million tons.
Bergson Dislikes Popularity.
Henri Bergson Is growing very
weary of his popularity, which, since
his election to the French academy,
has increased so much that there is
never even standing room at his lec lectures
tures lectures at the Sorbonne. Mr. Bergson,
who lives a solitary life in his Ivory
Tower at Auteuil, is bored by his fash fashionable
ionable fashionable audiences, and by lecturing as
abstrusely as possible tries to frighten
them away. But It does no good.
One afternoon a woman, whose
name is historic and whose clothes
are the envy of Paris, went up to the
philosopher at the close of a lecture
on the psychology of laughter. "Mas "Master,
ter, "Master, she said, "I do not know how to
thank you. You have mad me think."
"Please accept my sincere apologies,
Mme. la Duchesse," said Bergson.
A full line ; of Spalding baseoall
goods just In at Gerig's Reliable
Drug Stores. b-16-tf
for Lunches
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ctical Man Bought His Own Ore
Which Had Been "Salted" for
; the Occasion.
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The following incident happened to
a "practical" miner, who has made
his mine and stake, and is still at
the game. He had a group of claims
about a mile from a prospect that
was producing ore and his persistency
was finally rewarded by finding colors
on the surface, after which he secured
capital which enabled him to sink and
cross-cut to the main chute, from
which he shipped a car a day pf $100
ore, until a mill was finally erected,
which Is still running, says a writer
for the Engineering and Mining Jour Journal.
nal. Journal. One of the ore haulers one eve evening,
ning, evening, after leaving the corral, entered
the restaurant and I saw him hand
a friend, "Slim, a specimen about
three Inches square and one-half to
one inch thick, that had half of one
fiat side streaked with gold, the metal
having been apparently deposited in a
crevice and exposed when the rock
was broken. With It he showed the
broken extension which was consider considerably
ably considerably larger, the ends of the two fitting
perfectly. About a week later he sold
the larger portion for ?13 to a Denver
mining man. who placed it in his pri private
vate private collection at home. He gave me
permission to examine It the follow following
ing following day, and I r.oon saw the joke. The
rock was especially fitted for the work,
and had been skillfully painted with
banana oil and picture-frame gilt. The
mine owner producing the ore hauled
was tipped off that some nice speci specimens
mens specimens were being found, and when he
Eaw the one Slim had, he at onee
bought it for $5, and also several of
the other ones in circulation, which
now repose In his and other private
collections. This is a case of where
an owner's own ore was salted and
sold to himself.
On "Finding Out."
An osteopathic practitioner who
turned on the gas in a room in hi3
summer cottage on Long Island the
other day, and went to Join the in innumerable
numerable innumerable caravan, left these words
behind him: "I'll soon find out."
Whether he has found out or not,
probably no one will ever find out.
These personal researches Into the
unknown remain themselves un unknown.
known. unknown. Has the problem of life, present or
future ever been solved by giving
it up altogether? That is something
which the ordinary intelligence very
much doubts. If common sense helps
us to any conclusion in the matter,
it is that we learn rather more about
what is in the cup that is offered us
by draining it to the dregs than we
do by putting it from our Hps.
The eternal mystery is not to be
solved by the aid of morphine, or the
fumes of gas, or the impact of cold
lead. There is one thing at least in
the philosophy of the Hindus that
we may profoundly respect, and that
is the doctrine that the suicide has
the long and weary road ,of life to
traverse all over again.
We Americans can understand that
idea, because we instinctively admire
the good sport. And of all bad sports,
the suicide is the worst.
Play the game to the finish and
then will be the time to "find out"
whether one has won or lost In the
game, and whether the trophy is dust
or deathless gold.
Staple Scotch Retort.
The scene was a Lancashire rail railway
way railway station, the actors a newspaper
boy on the platform and two young
Scotch soldiers en route for Liverpool.
The soldiers were leaning out of the
window conducting an animated foot football
ball football conversation with the paperboy.
One gathered that the local club
which enjoyed the support of the pa
perboy had recently defeated the
Scotch club supported by the soldiers,
and young .Lancashire was "rubbing it
in." "Warrabout three goals to
nowt?" ho cried, derisively, backing
away with a triumphant grin, and for
the moment they were without a con convenient
venient convenient reply. Finally one of the
Scotch youths put his head farther
through the window and used his
lungs. "Hoo about Bannockburn?"
"Whew!" Ten Dollars.
Five dollars a "whew" is said to
be the fee charged by an attorney for
defending a ptisoner in police court
recently. The attorney defended two
thugs in an Indianapolis court, but in
spite of his presence by the side of
the prisoners, the court gave them a
heavy fine and workhouse sentence.
"Ten dollars," said the attorney to
the prisoners at the conclusion of the
trial.
"Ten dollars for what? he was
asked.
"Why, for defending you, he said.
"I didn't hear you say anything"
said one of the convicted men.
"Didn't you hear what I said to
the judge when he convicted you?"
"I did not. What did you say?"
"W-h-e-w, whew!"
Pellagra and Stable Flies.
It Is now generally supposed that
pellagra is carried by some biting in insect,
sect, insect, and the buffalo gnat, among oth others,
ers, others, has been suspected. Investiga Investigations
tions Investigations recently carried cn in Spartan Spartanburg
burg Spartanburg county. South Carolina, by the
United States bureau of entomology
and the Thompson-MacFadden com commission
mission commission of the New York Post-Gradu-ate
Medical school, practically exclude
the possibility of transmission by the
buffalo gnat, but tend strongly to show
the possibility of transmission by the
stable fly, already known to be the
carrier of several other diseases.

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MARIOX-DCXX MASOMC LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. 4
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each moith at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Carn, W. i.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OP EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 23, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrle Condon, Sec'y.
ROYAL ARCH MaSoS
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Simmons, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
Confidence Slow of .Growth.
You cannot open confidence as you
do an oyster; it expands gently from
within in response to a genial, stimu-.
lating influence from without, as a bud
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oecomes a rose. uecre joraan.
.OPEN DAY A-TD
Merchants Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
Soft Answer.
Hub "I wonder where the money la
coming from for that new gown of
yours?" Wife "From the mint, I
hope, dear. I'd be sorry to think that
you were a counterfeiteT.,
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. O. M.t
jxeets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
visiting brethren always welcome to
the lodge and club house, on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street near post office.
J. D. Rooney, dictator.
J. E. Gates, Secretary. ad
City Needs Much Fuel.
More fuel is consumed in the city
of Pittsburgh and its immediate vi vicinity
cinity vicinity than in any other city in the
world.
WOODME OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp .No. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns always welcome. Adv.
i'. J. Burden, C. C
Chas K.' Sage, Clerk.
CUT FLOWERS
ASTERS FOR SALE
Long stem, 40 cents per dozen
and 3 per hundred; short stem, 25
cents per dozen and $2 per hundred.
Heintz, the Florist. Cash please, 17
Only Reirn".
Life Is thick sov.n with thorns, and
I know of no other remedy than to
pass through them quickly. The long longer
er longer we dwell on our iris fortunes, the
greater is their power to ham ns.
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K. of P. meet tonight.
Elks meet tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Pythian Sisters tomorrow evening.
Board of Trade Thursday night.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
R. A. II. i meets Friday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.

Chocolate Covered Crackers, 40
cents the pound at 5erigs 6-19-tf

Mr. John Seller, the Oak trucker,
is in town today.

Prof. R. V. Van Brunt isone of
the teachers In the summer school at
the Women's College, Tallahassee.
Mr. Charlie Standley of Dawson,
Ga., is visiting his mother, Mrs. S.
. A. Standley of this city.

Messrs. W. T. 1uckie and Marshall
Bouvier left this morning for a fish fishing
ing fishing trip td Lake Bryant.

Dr. ,7. G. Peek will have one of
v. the few steam heated residences in
Ocala. Mr. H. W. Tucker has the
contract to install the heating plant.

DAILY WEATHER REPORT

Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office, Law
Library Euildlng, Ocala. Adv.

Mr. J. A. Bruederly, foreman of
the Star job printing department,
spent Sunday and today in Jackson Jackson-Tille.
Tille. Jackson-Tille.

Mr. L. E. Yonce of the Star force
Teturned yesterday morning from a
Tisit to his fatheT and sisters in St.
Petersburg.

Mr. S. S. Duval spent yesterday in
the city with his family, having re returned
turned returned from a trip down the East
Coast.

I Chocolate Molasses Peanut Butter.
A new package and a good one, 4 Of
cents per pound. Gerig's. 6-19-tf

Mr. John T. Moore made an au automobile
tomobile automobile trip to Gainesville and Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka yesterday.

Presiding Elder Bridges preached
to a good congregation at the Meth-r
odist church last night.

Mr. S. P. Granger, the successful
farmer and trucker of the- Shady
section, was a visitor is the city Saturday.

Mr. L. S. Rhodes, with much pub pub-lie
lie pub-lie spirit, has put a big water-cooler
in the window of his popular pool poolroom,
room, poolroom, and keeps It well supplied with
!oe -water for the passers-by.

Mr. G. A. Carmichael, who had
such a bad week last week, is so
much Improved as to tbe able to go
to the farm today, riding out with
.Dr. Hood in his car.

Mr. E. A.t Strunk, agent of the
Coast Line in Gainesville, spent Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night and part of Sunday
-with his relatives and friends in
Ocala".

Mr. Adelbert M. Moody, who until
Tecently operated a turpentine farm
south of Ocala, is in the city on bus business
iness business for a few days. He is now
connected with the Mulberry Iron
Works.

The following weather report is
furnished the Star every afternoon
by Mr. F. G. B. Weihe, local report reporter
er reporter for the -weather bureau operated
by the United States department of
agriculture, showing maximum and
minimum temperature and rainfall
during the twenty-four hours end ending
ing ending at 3 p. m.:
Max. Min R. F
March average. 74 48 .03
April average.. 81 60 .09
May average.. .83 61 .05
June 1 ..93 70
June 2. ...... .90 69 .12
June 3. ...... .90 70
June 4........ 91 68 .01
June 5. ...... .93 74
June 6... 93 69 .11
June 7. ... . .95 69
June 8. ...... .96 72
June 9. .90 69
June 10. . ... .94 69
June 11. 92 67
June 12. . ... .92 64
June 13. 971 69
June 14. 97 73
June 15 95 73
June 16 .90 77
June 17. 90 70 1.82
June 18 . .86 72
June 19. . 84 70 .73
June 20 81 70

Junt, 21. 94 70 .32
June 22. . . .93 70
Forecast
Generally fair tonight and Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. m

PROVISIONS
Chicago, June 22. September
wheat, 80; pork, $20.22; lard,
$10.32; ribs, $11.60.
STOCKS
New York, June 22. Stocks dull,
firm. Prices generally higher.
COTTON
New York, June 22. Cotton is in
good demand and was met by free
offerings. Seven points lower to two
higher. July, 12.62; October, 12.38...

Mr. Gus. A. Morton, the boss far farmer,
mer, farmer, politician and all round busi business
ness business man of Morriston, was among
the prominent Floridians in the city
Saturday.

Buy your vacation articles before
leaving home. Bathing caps, combs,
hair brushes, tooth powder, mani manicuring
curing manicuring articles, talcum powder,
creams and lotions, toilet water and
perfumes. ; This la the store for ser serviceable
viceable serviceable vacation and other summer
goods. The Court Pharmacy. 6 20 4t

Buy your vacation articles before
leaving home. Bathing caps, combs,
hair brushes, tooth powder, mani manicuring
curing manicuring articles, talcum powder,
creams and lotions, toilet water and
perfumes. This is the store for ser serviceable
viceable serviceable vacation and other summer
goods. The Court Pharmacy. 6 20 4t

Judge Smith has issued a mar marriage
riage marriage license to Mr. B. M. Johnson
and Miss Madge Keen.

Mr. Wail lace O. Stovall returned to
Tampa last night after a several

days' vlsi t -4oOraIaelati ves.

Judge Smith was marrying a neat
looking colored cod pie at 3 p. m.
The judge ha,s 'become very expert,
and can marrMff"cottple and compile
a. legal document at! the same time.
Master Ray Simpson, the young
Epworth Leaguer, who separated
himself from the train at Montague
Saturday, went on to Jacksonville
on No. 10 yesterday morning. His
league friends took good care of
him, the conductor of Saturday's
No. 40 left his ticket, and the boys
at the passenger station wired to his
relatives that he was all right. The
Coast Line men always take good
care of their passengers.

The police have been giving care careless
less careless hackmen a good shaking up.
Several of them have been fined late lately
ly lately for sleeping on duty and they will
probably be more careful in future.
A ihackman has to understand that
he is something of a public function functionary
ary functionary himself.

HOT WEATHER
SUGGESTIONS
Corn Flakes Puffed Rice
Puffed Wheat
Shredded Wheat Biscuit
Cream of Wheat Wheat-Cold
Cold Wheat-Cold Boiled Hani x
Smoked Boiled Ox Tongue
Sliced Dried Beef
Salmon Steak
Kippered II erring erring-Herring
Herring erring-Herring in Tomoto Sauce
Pickled Lamb's Tongues
Ox Tongue
Lunch Tongne

O. K. Teapot Grocery
OCALA. FLA.
PHONES 16 and 174

A gentleman who arrived from
Gainesville last night reports Dr.
Lucien Montgomery in more trouble.
He resisted an officer in Micanopy
yesterday, was whacked over the
head with a billy and taken to the
Gainesville jail. Dr. Montgomery
was in town several weeks ago and
behaved so well that his friends
hoped he would not get into any
more scrapes.

It has been two years since Champ
Clark failed of nomination in the
National Democratic Convention,
and Ben Raysor is not consoled yet.

Rodoif's Cafe is open all night.
Short orders a specialty. 6-16

uJorsljtpeu" in
ttg of gfeair

OW little did the first
Christians who reveren reverentially
tially reverentially prepared a place
for their fellow worship worshipers
ers worshipers suspect that these
same tombs should soon

be their churches and their hiding
places! The first catacombs of Rome
were excavated by wealthy Christians
for their own families, and later, whei
extended, the bodies of their poorer
brothers and sisters in the faith were
admitted. The extent of the labyrinths
which undermine the suburbs of Rome
rivals their complexity. In four cen centuries
turies centuries 550 miles of corridors were cut
from the rock, some of the passages
being T5 feet below the surface.
The passages themselves are only
wide enough for a procession to
Inarch in single file. On either, hand
are the sealed niches containing the
bodies of the first Christians, and oc occasionally
casionally occasionally an arched doorway leads
into one of the larger crypts, which
were used as chapels in limes of per persecution,
secution, persecution, in which Easter was cer certainly
tainly certainly celebrated, when the insane
Tvrath of the emperor drove the Chris Christians
tians Christians to cover.
These chambers which were used
for worship were small and the num numbers
bers numbers who assembled in them were'
limited. There was a raised seat for
the bishop, a lower seat for the pres presbyters
byters presbyters and a bench about, the wall
to accommodate the worshipers.
Frescoes" and inscriptions indicate
that the Easter feast was celebrated
with the eucharist in these vaults.
The doors and stairways were some sometimes
times sometimes blocked, with Roman soldiers
on guard. Then the airholes were
nsed, and the worshipers were low lowered
ered lowered into the charnel recesses by
ropes.
It was here that the embryo of mod modern
ern modern civilization was nurtured and
kept alive through a period of great
trial and stress. Had Nero's soldiers
known the catacombs as the Chris Christians
tians Christians knew them, the world might
still be laboring along under some
silly pagan creed. The life of Chris Christianity
tianity Christianity at one time depended upon the
dark and seclusion of a tomb.

The more bank depositors there are in a community the more prosperous
will be both, the individual citizen and the community as a whole.
The bank and its depositors, co-operating, can bring, about gratifying re results
sults results in the form of more business. r V
The service of this Bank includes Credit, Advice, Discounts and Safe and
Profitable handling of funds. We are anxious to serve youi' '.
The Ocala National.' Basik.

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active u. s ..depositary;
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Try a DAILY STAR Want Ad-It Paysfe

Judge Bullock will hold a special
term of court in Inverness July 11,
to decide on a change of venue in
the Hough case. While the judge
doesn't know what county the case
will go to, it is probable that the
trial will not be held in Marion.

Mr. P. A. Ausley, formerly of Mar Mar-tel,
tel, Mar-tel, now of St. Petersburg, was a
guest of the Harrington Sunday.

Mr. P. J. Theus. after several days
of sickness, is able to be out again.

The Ocala members of the Dra Dramatic
matic Dramatic Order Knights of Korassans
are industriously at work getting
new members for the order, and if
they succeed in getting up a class
the degree team from Jacksonville
Temple will ibe here tomorrow night

I to initiate them. The Jacksonville
,team will on -Wednesday night put
, through a class in Tampa and es establish
tablish establish a Temple there.

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Diagram of the Catacombs.
In the faint, red light or torches
which illumined the sepulchral cham chambers
bers chambers the venerable and courageous
leaders of the little flocks adminis administered
tered administered the Easter sacrament to fearful
yet resolute Romans, in whose eins
was all the spartanism of Rome, made
holier by an ardor and faith which
the presence of men who had 'seen
and spoken with the Master inspired.
St. Peter may have stood In one
of these very cubicula and told of the
truth and beauty of His life and words
while the distant clank and rattle of
bronze and steel bore witness to the
soldiery on the search for more prov provender
ender provender for Nero's lions.
Th ha&ntiful naffeanlTT of OUT EaS-

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The Honda (Citrus IMMassge

Uses Tvldfera Sel

Not only do these include proper representation in the leading markets and
constant work with the trade, but they make use of ad vcrtirfng to the consumer.
It is now a well established fact that the business which makes liberal use of
advertising can distribute its goods at a smaller proportionate! cost than one
which entirely makes its sales by word-of-mouth solicitation '.!
Likewise it has come to be generally known that anyrodWV that has merit,
which is in general demand, that is offered at a fair price and 'which can h? de depended
pended depended upon as to quality, may be sold if the consuming public is told the truth
about it through mediums that are generally read. jl'c t-

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As soon in its history as the quality of the
fruit it handled became established through
the adoption of proper packing house meth method,
od, method, therefore, the Exchange went to the
consumers of citrus fruits with the facts
about the superiority of Florida oranges and
grapefruit sold by it.
It was felt that the expenditure of a few
cents a box for this purpose would produce
results in larger demand and better prices
altogether ont of proportion to the outlay;
and much greater than could be secured
from an equal expense in nj other direction.

The facts have more than justified this
belief, and in the territory covered by the
Florida Citrus Exchange advertising its
brands have become dominant in the markets
and Florida fruit has taken from the Calif or
nia product the supremacy that the latter
had so long enjoyed.-
The advertisiug has heen done carefully,
in accordance with, the experience and sug suggestions
gestions suggestions of expert advisors. Nothing has
been taken for granted as to the results pro produced
duced produced the facts have been secured by in ves
tigation made where the fruit sells.

The advertising has created a vast demand for Florida fruit in general and
for Florida Citrus Exchange fruit in particular, and to meet this demand whole wholesale
sale wholesale and retail dealers have carried Exchange fruit in stock, and to show their
appreciation of the Exchange advertising have supplemented it with 'space paid
for by themselves, in which Exchange fruit has been featured,

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ter, with its nowers, song, incense,
music and accompaniment of sun sunshine
shine sunshine and the warmth of spring, con

trasts strangely with the setting of the
Easter in the catacombs. There all

was sad and somber, damp and mor morbid.
bid. morbid. The walls, xovered with their funer funeral
al funeral inscriptions, were cold and
moist, the torches flickering fitfully
in the heavy atmosphere of the
sepulcher. The Christians, hunted,
persecuted, many of them without
home, were a forlorn and jaded, spec spectacle.
tacle. spectacle. Only the undying, invincible
spirit of their cause upheld. them.
The preacher had to dwell upon the
joys of the future and the Master's
promise to dispel the heavy gloom.
There was no rich organ music; do
display of color; no sound of mirth
and gladness' from without. The
spring song of birds did cot reach
them, only the deep roar of infuriated
animals ana the tramp ot the legion legionaries
aries legionaries penetrated to mingle with their
voices in the service.
So was Christianity kept alive and
our modem civilixatlon bora.

YOUXG JERSEY MILK

COWS FOR SALE

Twenty-fire head of young Jersey
milk cows with young calves for
sale. "Will sell singly or as a whole.
This is a splendid opportunity for
?ome one wishing to start a dairy.
H. H. Whit worth. Ocala, Fla. 6 13 tf

Beresford's Dilemma,
Lord Charles Beresford. the English
naval officer, once landed at New
York, and was immediately asked to
dinner by a deputation of prominent
men, who would take no denial. He
appeared at the banquet in morning
dress, his hosts all being- correctly at attired,
tired, attired, and he began his speech by
apologizing for bis apparent lack of
good manners.
He had confided his difficulty, he
said, in being at the eleventh hour
without evening clothes, to the hotel
manager, who told him that the mat matter
ter matter was quite easy, and that he had
only to start a trifle early and call
in at Messrs. So-and-so, 963 Something
avenue, off Forty-nine hundred and
Ffty second street, where he would be
accommodated in no time.
To his dismay, however, the shop shopkeeper
keeper shopkeeper expressed his regret and in inability
ability inability to comply with his request, and
said. The fact is. sir. I have generally

some 25 suits of evening clothes om

hire, but there's a big dinner in the
city tonight to Admiral Lord Charles
Beresford, and they have all been
loaned out! Youth's Companion.

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OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even even-ngs
ngs even-ngs in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoSce, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R-
Joseph Bell, Secretary. An.

BOATING, FISHING, BOWLING,
POOL
At your service. Excmrsion every day.

YOU ARE INVITED

ESTR1Y NOTICE
On April 7th I took up a dark bay

i mare, blind in. ope eye. both front
t feet scarred. Owner can have same
by paving for this advertisement and

cost of keep,
ton, Fla,

J. B. Stanley, Morrls-6-3-lm

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