KllfiF .'MB tOBFEHCE 'lllfilB
AND NORTH DAKOTA
iocompIete reports show that terrific
WAS DONE BY STORM LAST EVENING
Chicago, June 24. Reports to
railroad officials today indicate that
a score of persons lost their lives,
and a hundred or more were injured
toy a tornado which swept South Da Dakota,
kota, Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa and 'Wiscon 'Wisconsin
sin 'Wisconsin last night. News of the" storm is
meager, the wires being down.
Seven were reported killed at Wa Wa-iertown.
iertown. Wa-iertown. South Dakota. At Bara Bara-boo,
boo, Bara-boo, Eilroy and Kendalls the damage
was great and the casualties heavy.
The tornado moved eastward "with
terrific velocity, reaching iMilwaukee
and trailing the Lake Shore railroad
southward, doing considerable dam damage
age damage in the outskirts of the city.
Fond Du Lac suffered considerate
Chicago, June 24. Half the city
of Sparta, Wis., is wiped out. Five
are known to be killed.
The town of Tomah is badly dam damaged.
aged. damaged. 'BLEW WINDOWS OUT OF TRAIN b
Sioux Fails, S. .D., June 23. Lat Later
er Later reports state that three were
fatally and a score seriously injured
In 'last night's storm at Watertown.
Many were caught under the falling
debris. Windows were blown out of
the Rock Island passenger train, but
no passengers were injured.
FRENCH GOVERNMENT HAD TO
GIVE WAY TO ITS
Paris, June 24. For seven hours
last night six hundred angry post-
men held the central postoffice and
lyprevented the movement of all in-
coming and outgoing mail. The trou
ble arose over the Tefusal of the
senate yesterday to include in the
postal -budget certain increased al allowances
lowances allowances for which they had been
strong agitation. The strike was
stilAl hv mmnrnmlsfl this afternoon
na me men Tesumea vors.
A GOOD INVESTMENT
Wanted, loan of $5,000 on highly
mproved farming property, near
ala, value more than six times
hat of the loan wanted. One of the
est farming and stockraising prop-
rties in the county. If interested.
ddltlonal information can be had at
jiar omoe. o-i n.
III 11C0N1. MINNESOTA
HALF A MILLION
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE THIS MORN MORN-JNG
JNG MORN-JNG IS A NEW HAMPSHIRE
Manchester, N. H., June 23
$500,000 fire swept the business sec section
tion section of this town today. The Orring Orring-ton
ton Orring-ton and New Manchester Hotels are
threatened, sending guests into the
Five firemen were badly burned.
TOOK THE TOWU
REPORT THAT ZACATECAS HAS
FALLEN INTO HANDS OF
hf THE REBELS
Washington, June 24. The state
department has received advices
from -Tampico which state that an
unconfirmed report says that Zaca Zaca-tecas
tecas Zaca-tecas has been captured. The report
states further that the federals fled
in wild disorder. Constitutionalists
moving forward cut off retreat to
Mexico City. Government officials
believe the story is exaggerated.
I FORTUNE TELLER FOUND WAY-
- CROSS PEOPLE EASY TO
Waycross, June 24. By promises
of rich returns from their invest investments
ments investments in land lottery schemes, sev several
eral several people here were fleeced out of
sums ranging from $100 to $500 by
a' woman giving her name as Rosa
Lee, fortune teller. The police are
searching for the woman, who left
two days ago. Pretending to locate
hidden treasure in North Georgia
she flim-flammed two women out of
$400. It is estimated that the Lee
woman got away with $5000 of Way Way-cross
cross Way-cross money.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe Is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, poprle-
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, OCALA FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1914
DIPLOMATS AT NIAGARA STILL TIIlflllG TO HEC0I1 HEC0I1-'
' HEC0I1-' CUE THE DELEGATES
Niagara, Falls, June 23. In a fin final
al final effort to prevent a complete col collapse
lapse collapse of mediation, the Argentine,
Brazilian, and Chilean envoys have
arranged today for a general confer conference
ence conference late this afternoon with the
American and Mexican delegates.
SATURDAY'S SCRAP IX PARIS
BETWEEN JACK JOHNSON
Paris, June 23. The betting on
the Jack Johnson and Frank Moran
prize fight scheduled for Saturday,
is extremely light. The odds are
two to one with Johnson as favorite.
Six to one offered with takers.
Both men are reported to be in
ILL HEALTH HAS DRIVEN PETER
FROM HIS BLOOD- STAIN STAIN-,
, STAIN-, ED THRONE
Belgrade, June 24. King Peter
abdicated the throne of Servia today
in favor of Crown Prince Alexander.
Ill health is the reason for King
Peter was summoned from Paris
about twelve years ago, to take the
place of King Alexander, who with
his queen, Draga, was murdered by
members of the palace guard. His
government has never 'been recogniz recognized
ed recognized by the United States, Great Brit Britain,
ain, Britain, Switzerland, Sweden, Holland
Germans Offered More Money to the
Washington, June 24. Attempts
by German interests to outbid the
United States for rights to construct
an inter-oceanic canal across Nicar Nicaragua
agua Nicaragua have been revealed to the Sen Senate
ate Senate foreign relations committee by
Nicaraguan Minister Chamorro.
When cleaning out your trunks
and chiffonier drawers, packing away
clothes for a trip or for the summer,
save the dean cotton rags and bring
them to the Star office and turn them
into cash, whether you have five or
a hundred pounds. tf
Wlei Womei aire Qwi tie Ballot
They will all own a piece of real estate so they can
vote the full ticket. In4 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
VVattcBn TTIhiils Space 2
ON THE RE DRANK WHEN THE
TAURUS STRUCK THEIR
New York, June 23. A thousand
men and women were thrown into a
panic today when the steamer Taurus
crashed into the ferry boat Redbank,
in North river while on its way from
Jersey City to New York in a heavy
fog. The Redbank is badly damaged,
but made the dock safely.
There were no casualties.
The Taurus, tho somewhat crip crippled,
pled, crippled, made Coney Island.
CARRANZA AND VILLA REPORT-
" ED THE BEST OF CHUMS
Saltillo, June 24. That all re reports
ports reports of alarming, armed and deep
divisions between General Carranza
and General Villa are false, and that
the v small differences between them
will be arranged with the highest
patriotism by both sides, is the main
part of an official statement given
out here at Carranza's headquarters.
INVENTED BY DAVIS
Aerial Torpedo Deviled by a Young
Man of St. Augustine
Washington, June 24. Herman
S. Davis of St. Augustine may rank
as a great inventor. Davis, who is
only 23 years old, has invented an
aerial torpedo which promises to
play an important part in future
wars. His torpedo can be shot out of
a mortar and explodes in the air,
dropping a succession of bombs
over an army or a city of the en enemy.
emy. enemy. Its possibilities for death and
destruction are almost incalculable.
Mr. Da-vis came to Washington a
few days ago and Representative
Frank Clark, who has taken a great
Interest in him, saw that he had the
proper introductions to high officials
of the war department. He will
have an interview this week with
the chief of the signal service.
Own your own nome bv buying a
modern bungalow on easy terms of
the Ocala Lumber & Supply Com Company.
pany. Company. 5-15-tf
!IT DECIDES GREAT
Washington, June 23. The -President
today commuted the sentences
of Michael Hannan, -Frank Paintej
Fred Mooney and William Shupe, the
four dynamiters covicted at Indian Indianapolis,
apolis, Indianapolis, in connection with the out outrages
rages outrages committed by the "Internation "International
al "International Association of Bridge & Structur Structural
al Structural Iron Workers. The President de decided
cided decided that the sentences of these
four men now serving, time shall ex expire
pire expire imediately.
Sentences of the other dynamiters.
convicted at 'the same time with
Hanan, Painter, iMooney and Shupe,
MAY PARDON TWO MORE
The president held that sentences
should be carried out immediately
on John Barry and Paul .Morris, hut
the decision as to executive clemency
in the cases of these two men was
reserved for consideration on separ separate
ate separate petitions. Applications' for clem
ency on behalf of eighteen others
SHIPS WILL RE SOLD
Two American Built Fighters Will i
Terrify the Turks
Washington, June 24. Sale of
the American battleships Idaho and
Mississippi to Greece was approved
last night by the 'House, which, by a
vote of 174 to 87, accepted a Senate
amendment to the naval appropria
tion bill to authorize the transaction
and the building of a dreadnought
with the proceeds.
One Man Killed, Several Injured and
Much Damage to Property
Milwaukee, June 24. Henry
Johnson was killed and several were
injured in the .terrific storm that
raged over Milwaukee this morning.
Many houses were struck by lightn lightning
ing lightning and there is considerable prop property
erty property damage.
OCALA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Open dally except Sunday from 3
to 5 p. m. Board of Trade rooms,
Ocala House block.
Louise E. Gamsby, Librarian
Advertise in the STAR for results.
UITT OF CORIED
STAY 111 THE FEII
SHERIFFS HAD TO SHOOT
Battle Between Warring Factions of
Miners in Butte
Butte, Mont., June 24. Violence
broke out anew last night in the
struggle between factions of the
Butte iMiners Union and three men
were shot, one being killed iby a
fusillade fired by deputy sheriffs fa
clearing the union hall.
lAsual. the Report of the lanuu?e
' a Was Exaggerated
Tampa, June 24. A special to the
Clearwater, June 23 At 2 o'clock
this morning, four years to the hour;.
that the business center of Clearwa Clearwater
ter Clearwater -was iburned, the planing mill...
novelty works, crate mill and lum lumber
ber lumber yard .belonging to J. J. Menden-
hall, covering: two city blocks, horn horned
ed horned to the ground.. It was a most
spectacular fire, the galvanized roof roofing
ing roofing fusing and making hundreds of'
The fire department worked hero heroically
ically heroically and saved residences to the
west as well as the county jail ad adjoining
joining adjoining on the south. Lack of hose
and water pressure allowed the
heat to set fire to the Crutchfleld &
Wool folk orange packing house on
the east, but the Pinellas Citrus Ex Exchange
change Exchange packing house was saved. If'
that had caught the fire would have
ravaged other packing houses, lum lumber
ber lumber yards and the A. C. L. passenger
and freight depots.
Loss Held at 872,000
Mayor Jeffords was on the gr.ound
watching for a right in the wind and
if the breeze had not cahned would
have called upon St. Petersburg for
Its equipment as the city would have
been doomed. 1
The loss to MendenhaU and Wyatt
will be $60,000, insured for $35,000.
Crutchfleld & Woolfolk's loss Is 1 12, 12,-000.
000. 12,-000. insured for $5,000.
John S. Wyatt had recently pur purchased
chased purchased an interest in the Mendenhall
mills.' It is thought the fire was of
incendiary origin as Joseph Meares,
the night watchman, declares as he
was putting out a blaze in one part,
of the yard another started and be before
fore before the alarm could then 2e sound sounded
ed sounded the whole place was ablaze.
The Mendenhall office was not
burned and the books were saved.
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THE OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, WEDNESDAY, JUXE 24. 1014
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGEIl & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll. General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Oc?.la, Fla., postolflce as second class matter.
Dne year. In advance. ... .$5.00
lix months, in ad ranee ... 2.5
Tare months, in advance . 1.25
One month, jn advance. . .50
One year, in advance. .
Six months, in advance. .
Three i months, in advance.
One mobh, in advance. .
The democratic party 13 sadly in
need of a Mose3. Times-Union.
If it followed the Times-Union, it
would soon be bowing down to the
The -plutocratic press of Florida is
satisfied .with the Bryan primary
Haw, and fails to find any defects
therein- Panama City Pilot.
Where is Panama City, anyhow?
Relative to giving the Filipines
independence, it is only a thought thoughtless
less thoughtless parent who would hand a kid a
keg of gunpowder and a box of
matches. Philadelphia Telegraph.
We ain't their parent.
Yesterday was Father's Day, b-.L
no clusters of red and white roses
were evidenced on many in Palatka.
Poor old dad I No one ever thinks
of him. Possibly if they eet aside a
night for father, instead of a day,
the celebration jnight be more ef
fective. Palatka Item.
-Dad thinks any other celebrating
Chan that he does for himself is
"Mr. Walter S. Russell, royal vizier
'Ol the Temple of Moharrum, D. O
K., of Jacksonville, and his smart
-young son, McKinley, were welcome
visitors to the Star yesterday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mr. Russell is one of the
"leading fraternal order men of the
state. He Is also a veteran nrinter.
around any law passed for their
curbing, and they always will. The
Standard Oil trust was legally dis dissolved
solved dissolved some years, ago, but it is as
strong as ever and charges more for
its products than ever before. About
the only way the people will ever get
rid of the trusts is to1 take possession
of them, and the railroad trust is
the one to commence on. If the
people do not take possession of the
trusts, the trusts will take possession
of them. In twenty-five years, at
the present rate, everybody, even
the farmers, will be working for the
trusts, and the trusts will war upon
each other, thus reproducing indi
vidualism on a much larger scale
and at more harm to the body
GIVE THE MERCHANT A CHANCE
the paper, and her vanity allows it
to proceed without protest. Tarpon
The Leader takes a shot at a cus
tom that certainly needs to have all
the -batteries of criticism turned
against I mere are some tew
times in a girl's life when it Is
good taste and a matter of genuine
merest of her friends for her pic
ture to appear m a newspaper, t or
instance, vhen she graduates, when
she marries or when she takes part
in some important public occasion.
But printing the mugs of all kinds
of pretty, homely or half-homely
kids and girls on the least provoca
tion, is blamed poor taste, and if the
people who indulge in such foolish
ness could hear the comments made,
not only by the rude world, but by
many the count as their friends,
thev would seldom allow their faces
to appear in print the second time.
FIVE CROPS A YEAR IN FLORIDA
Uncle Peter Durisoe stopped In
the Star office Tuesday. He is quite
busy marketing the heavy peach
crop of Mr. Graham, bringing in each
day a lot of vegetables for his cus customers.
tomers. customers. Uncle Peter says he is soon to
plant his fifth crop for the year' on
his garden plot and says thi3 can be
done onany good land in Marion
county. First, Nov. 1st, he planted
cauliflower in the garden and in
February he planted a second crop
of cauliflower. He r followed this
with early snap beans and is now
marketing late snap beans from the
same land. He will soon plant a
crop of sweet potatoes or turnips and
says this crop will be marketed by
Xov 1st, giving htm fice crops from
the same 'land in twelve months.
While this is unusual, three crops
are not only common In Florida, but
An Ocala merchant was telling a
little story the other day that 6et
the reporter thinking. He was giv giving
ing giving instances of where merchants
lost customers through no fault of
their own and said it went to show CECIIj WILCOX WILL RETIRE
that a man might trade with a cer certain
tain certain firm for 20 years, obtain perfect
satisfaction all that time, and then
AFTER LONG SERVICE
The Jacksonville Metropolis of the
nn .aw-mint nf a srmall arHrilfl thAt MZTCL savs. regarding One OI tne
went had; hold it against the firm state's best-known insurance men:
forever, taking his trade elsewhere ''Rounding out twetny-seven years
and, worst of all, saying nothing of of active service on July 1, Cecil
th -reason fnr ih is dissatisfaction. Wilcox retires from the Florida man-
He gave a specific instance. A far-Jagement, of the Mutual Life Insur-
mer had been trading with him for ance Company, and will be sueceed-
having been with the Metropolis for years, ,but a few months ago he no- ed by Frank P. Dearing. Mr. Wilcox
ttnranir.flfa'.,. r, a ttswwt tmf aia nnt nrrriA tn .thP ueaves ine .uutuai iiie insurance
give the Star a list of names he sat store any longer. One day they met Company after twenty-seven years
wn oia nAVnA nj t, ,,nLn ho. etroot an a ho nsifAii m erst- continuous service, seventeen of
r?hhnarff. Mr. McKlnlev Russell has while customer wfoy he did not trade wnicn nave oeen spent in jvionua
charge of the circulation depart- with him any more. The farmer Mr. Wilcox is one of Jacksonville's
mon ha ut.AnAii, ..,j,t. M "WN T vnt hat in xour most lavoraoiy khowu uueu. no is
I I mil .a r f.. 1
- .r ior?-r-Q ,- a i., Utnrfl" a -director or me Atlantic .anonai
- :lleman. 'Mr. Russell is alwavs thrice "How was that?" Bank, and a director of the St.
"I bought a shirt there that wentfLUKes Hospital Association, (Demg a
bad the first time it .was washed."
"Why I did you not tell me? I
Welcome-at rthe Star office.
The wMnterest3" are no doubt
dreadfuilly disturbed over the pros-
" pects of antl-trnst legislation. A1 A1-'
' A1-' caost every day there comes to the
Star office some elaborate piece of
printing, giving the most convincing
of treasons wJiy railroad rates should
member of the building committee
of that association which erected the
T-'bebo3fced, rAmerloan ships honldn't
tW?yttolls thru the Panama canal or years of .faithful service, ihonest viafl-
'-ifiwr tiTvnoTvolv shouldn't be dis- ues and courteous treatment are for
magnificent new hospital. Until re-
it is my standing offer to maake ev- cently he was a governor of the
,m,Ca caHefaotnrv jacKSonvxue jaoara oi iraoe. 'tie
"Oh, I never kick; I just quit has been vestryman In St. Jolrns
when I et beat and trade else- episcopal cnuron ana nas servea as
TL'TiAro-" ; r i presi-aent oi me vniiuren. s nwor
So it is with some years and Society of Florida-"; v
Far Be it from the Star to erf ti-
Accompanying is generally gotten, because a shirt or a pair of else the judicious vse of .pafnt cm a
... x iA n.Jv. if o Ttof aia nnt nmvs a Ms-1 woman s race. A lime or in ine
' . I x- ,xr. t .1 rierht nTsrrv fa a ?rpat heir tcr smn.
..4innnr a 5 fho star i mTrtnaifviv I iactory. wilu nt?vr a viiuv;c iui uit; -
iouuu;, .v-w r I ... n..i -x X- U T
, hnrtiw.iMi naiYAra r a- merchant to explain or make tno out uea a 5111 put tv UUu
"tJLU'- Vl tvu t 1, T-l X. .Mr.Ti
eeiving these eloquent arguments, fault good. l-" ,1Z "7ZZ
i,uia fft1. nrinHM thAm must ibe The Star's experience or zu years lultJmu
uiuo ....... a 1 i ., , x.u- Tn,.
. mo a tK 'MntAr- with-the Ocala merchants is tnat uowu wwU( iu
x x ivji' .v,fTi I ovorr nno nf .thAin .will imake anv de-!a waste ot energy
fSBXS Villi fc pUSSlLH' 'UC BU uicovnunj I J --
poverty stricken as they desire to ficiency good in his merchandise, u
liav the ,TDle believe. he is given a cnance; ana mobt i
Mr. H. A. Kramer has returned
Mian wiiiiTiw thAV from a trfD to Jacksonville. Some
111 Ui V JLAJI J X U WXXUU. -.0 .uw
J 1 a -r Jl X
t' -w t w,iUn, lAttArs to are anxious to do it. me ago, Air. ivramer aavanceu a
Collier's' from Tampico. He tells of you wno reaa mis, uuui n 71
4mmmefl 9mm,nt rvf American The merchant is human, notmng Bld"uua
BJMfm.nte 4n that thA ripest, oil more. Remember it next time you Ocala Northern, taking a mortgage
i., tio Bava that have a erievance : go to him like a on their stock by war of security.
t-Vi...'...aWv for thA Uian or woman and tell him of it, Finding themselves about at the end
Americans are the most honest and and II ne aoes not sausiy ou, v-viiC 7
, , . .1,- .m .. t AffiM iinH si At 11s know it. moved to JacKsonvine, taxing tneir
aeDenaaDie yeoiue 111 me wuuu, auu 1 1 .
. v I Istofc aloneT When this rwas reoort
that all the trouble is made Dy Mex- T--iy-
.hioon Hp I PICTURED TOO OFTEN ed to Mr. K., he went to Jackson
VI -TT nfnnj;n, n 4,tA AccacerAT. nf
B1SO any a an luinueuse 'uiuuuci 1 r I.. A, . . ,
n ,4 V.TT Vi 9yimin1sTP!iT)nn in nor I w
.-w, : .cmA ti,m it Tn lookine over the newspaper ex- pie of horses and two or three cows
V..- Tho otra-UhanAs which come to this office But when he hunted np his ciIevant
M.M.ttJIk. Meia UA. "V. 1 a I... . 11 1
. .. t---j- annnAr whether the aeDtors, ne iouna xnem bo utienjr
xion DTODaoiy Knows wnai is uu- uuv w "t"- 1
Ing, but sending its warships out to men who conduct the ..news ana eai- u7"tli"1J vT I"
-. ,ua i,,iT,ni.0fl rtf rtur tnrial deoartments ana leaxure ine awva, -nuu
aUU -Cm& 1 J A tl .. An m A
people exposed to a danger that pages of some of them haven't miss- mem ana t "ZLT
almost ertainlv have result- ed their calling. Of imperfections away ana ieu xnem mu..
it.!. u iian'itmanv ftn ho 'found esDeciallv in the
been rescued by the captain and Sunday heavyweights) it is the pur- 5
. TrAriAn r,osA to nAak here of only one. The une approacneu ;v-iMri
-will never sit very well on the stom- bigger the Sunday paper the crazier wee small hours of Tuesday morn morn-win
win morn-win v.. 1 . (n(r th0 AnHnAAr ?a w ahead a blaze
-l I If rrnna Sn thA TT1 a T fflr OI 'DHUllUS W "Oi '
acn 01 Ameuuw. iV - .1. j .v. i r Wri
appropriate pictures of humanity or 1 muc fcUC.
4v. ot 4? Mr 11 orQC frnm thA rmdlR tO ttie STraVe. I ucauiiaiii ixv
1 L-i UlitJ Dial O uaiuiuu t.uu.1. i an . I 1
, ft.r ,t?cc ATaflvivnA ScvmDle- lantern, it was causea u tu
appropriation MUs and .o .ham., he to, (daughter o: Mr. and airs. John ttat : burnt
now have the income tax, the best placed in a washbasin, photograph- town. Reaching the Ration the
tariff end currency laws we ever ed and forthwith the poor, helpless train crew found the bi. J"f-
...... o.. hmittA nAMr the railroad track a per-
fcave had, and the Star thinks It child a picture appears m r; of flame. They walted
a t. t .. i. 4. s i Ar -iHnn r t n a sfnnnpmaii. a i .
WOUia U SiiHUUUUS tu uaj '" Jt i ,nMrcnt
. Tha .-Va,m lotor -Tiss Madvlvne goes awnue, uut il suuu f.--
uni.rj a rest livlu eswwuuu.- lcn . n tiU thA fire was
Star doubts very much that anti- to the seashore where sne is r u u, "Tvl H-ir
i .m ffan i,icr n,o in hpr bathins suit. Tneiau
vriisi. jcsiaiauuu i uC,v vt-0 -wcmn.. I i v, fair warnine
tnrougn tne i m-ucuujc. v.-
to people that they were going to
a-rw4 iTifr mpantimo ihnslTiAs is TvPnt I Thntn2Taoh then goes
tw i i
. j j '. tm.. .. i.tk I ..ntr4ncv nmviss a n fi is ti pxt seen
on tne raggeu tw0e.-..iuo-uuui i vu5wU6 vw -- ur- r,o;tAfl to
,,h in tne sunaay run miu,
. !... iu .v .To train was
Miss Madylyne returns seep hach.
Uiat we have laws enough now to do I a smirchy
SIByXJling necessary, auu 11 me au- ueyapci.. n windows
ilition throws its weight into homeland has a few girl friends as backed a half a t xnUe tn"
living big malefactors put in jail. Her guests. The picture of the
It wllldo more toward bettering whole .bunch gets into the newpa- moved -fthT
Wic affairs than any other way. per. Other events and vicissitudes heat Z
Se trusts always manage to get in Madylyne's life are pictured in whirl of the drivers, the flig engine
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18 x 38 in Heavy Turkish
Towel at, Cr
90 x 90 in. Hemstitched
Sheets, Pepprell QCp
at; each. .yflv
45 x 36 in. Hemstitched
Pillow Cases Pep1 'Mp
perell at, each -. LrOv
45 x 36 in. Plain Hemmed
Pillow Cases Pep-QU
perell, at each . . IV v
45 x 36 in. Plain Hemnled
Pillow Cases at, f 2
Colgate's and Babcock,s
Talcum Powder ?5r
15 cents 2 for---- IVj
10c and 12 l-2c Colored
$1.25 and' $1.50 White
Waists, voiles and Qfln
crepes, for .-i-0U
$1.50 Voiles and Crepes,
Night Gowns gg
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ConftFacSoFS and Bi&iHcileFS.
Plans, Specificattons and Estimates
Furnished on Application
QUALITY IS OUR MOTTO.
ASH OUR CUSTOMERS.
Room 8 Merchant's Block.
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plunged forward and hanled the fol following
lowing following cars thru Clearwater at a
rate never attained hy a train In
that town hefore. As they neared
the inferno" of heat; everybody .hut
the engineer crouched or laid down,
hut he. with his hand on the lever.
and his eye glued to the rapidlz
heating rails ahead, stuck to his post.
Like a rolling earthquake tunnelling
a volcano, the train thundered by
the danger point, and with a parting
whoop of regret from the engine
whistle plunged into the cool dark darkness
ness darkness ahead, taking a wave of hot air
that it took several minutes of the
gulf breeze to dispel. The trainmen
and passengers said the experience
was as near a trip thru heU as they
cared to take. -
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If you are thinking of having ; you ; bouse
PAINTED OR PAPERED or any INTERIOTt
X'w DECOKATINvi done De sure to see ns oeiore
letting your work out. We mse nothing but first
class material and have had
OVER 20 YEARS EXPEDIENCE
We guarantee to give entire satis faction.
Our motto is Xive and Let Live."
S. J. Qnplia Ualtcr To'
P. O. BOX 423 OCAIA, FLA.
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JIIXK 24. 1014
The Iteterv'e Supply in the United
(Reprinted from the Journal of
Industrial and Engineering Chemis Chemistry.)
try.) Chemistry.) Numerous estimates have been
made from -time to time on the ton tonnage
nage tonnage of phosphate rock arailable for
future use in this country. These
estimates vary so widely that little
importance has been attached" to
them, and in many cases they can
hardly be considered as anything
more than wild guesses.
Owing to the pockety nature of
many of our deposits of phosphorites
or amorphous phosphates, careful
surveys and thorough systematic
prospecting are necessary to gain
anything like an accurate knowledge
of their value and extent. The ex expenses
penses expenses of such examinations are fre frequently
quently frequently not warranted and are sel seldom
dom seldom made except immediately before
actual mining operations are begun.
Again, much of the phosphate prop property
erty property ha3 been acquired so cheaply
that only a superficial examination
was necessary to Justify its purchase.
-Under such clcumstances the own owners
ers owners of the land may have but a hazy
idea of the amount of phosphate con contained
tained contained therin. On the other hand,
some of 'the phosphate deposits, such
as those in -our western states and in
certain parts of Arkansas and Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, are of such a character that
fajr approximation of their tonnage
might 4e invade by, careful surveys.
For some time it has -been obvi obviously
ously obviously desirable that both producer
and consumer should have some idea
(even though a rough one) of the
amount of phosphate rock still un un-mined
mined un-mined in the United States. Again
and again disquieting reports have
been spread that our supplies of this
mineral, so Important to the Ameri American
can American farmer, were being rapidly de depleted,
pleted, depleted, and that thereby the agricul agricultural
tural agricultural interests of the country would
soon 'be seriously Impaired. Alarm
has also been caused by the fact
that several phosphate companies
are owned by European capitalists,
and .fears have been expressed that
foreign capital is seeking to acquire
control of tho American deposits.
It has been urged even that some
legislation be enacted preventing ex exportation
portation exportation of phosphate rock.
In order to show the actual basis
for such reports and whether or not
there is any real need for curtailing
shipments of (phosphates, the data
herein contained were collected and
compiled with, considerable, carel
The figures were obtained by corre correspondence
spondence correspondence and consultation with
mine owners and operators, and by
direct observation and field investi investigations
gations investigations of the various deposits thru thru-out
out thru-out the country. So little develop development
ment development work has .been done In Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky and Arkansas that the tonnage
given for these states are thought
not to be close; they are regarded,
however, as ultra-conservative.
The estimates given (below are for
rock grading from oS to 78 per cent,
"bone -phosphate of. lime." In the
case of the flow-grade phosphate in
the west and the wash heaps of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, the material Us figured to its
equivalent in high-grade rock;
Utah, Idaho' Wyoming and Mon Mon-tana:
tana: Mon-tana: .:r '"
. High-grade, 2,500,000,000 tons.
' High-grade equivalent of all
grades, 7,500,000,000 tons.
Florida 5 1
High-grade equivalent of all
grades, 354,300,000 tons.
High-grade equivalent of wash
heaps, 20,000,000 tons.
High-grade equivalent of all
grades, 115,057,000 tons.
. High-grade equivalent of all
grades, 10,000,000 tons.
. High-grade equivalent of 'all
grades, 20,000,000 tons.
High-grade equivalent of all
grades, 500,000 tons.
Total, 10,519,875,00 tons. V
The production of phosphate in
' XSiJi, BWUI UlUg IU lire uguiva vuv
United States Geological Survey, was
as follows r
FloridV, 2,406,899 tons.
Tennessee, (including production
of Arkansas), 423,331 tons.
' South Carolina 131,490 tons.
Western States, ( Including Utah.
Idaho and Wyoming), 11,612 tons.
Total, 2,973,332 tons.
Even assuming that there are to
ie no new discoveries in this coun country
try country and that the average consumption
during the life of the phosphate
fields will be three times Its. present
consumption, there is sufficient to
last for over 1100 years ; provided
proper mining methods are employed
and means for utillxing the lower
grade material are devised.
Another feature of the phosphate
industry which in Tecent years has
become of considerabele interest to
the operator, the manufacturer, and
the farmer, is the growing use of
raw ground rock phosphate for di direct
rect direct application to the field. While
the value of this material as a fer fertilizer
tilizer fertilizer still seems to be an open ques question,
tion, question, many agronomists and agricul agricultural
tural agricultural chemists strongly recommend
its use, supporting thir recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations by considerable data obtained
by actual plot tests. In 1912 the an annual
nual annual consumption of raw ground
phosphate rock, based on the amount
marketed, was 48,365 tons. While
this is less than 1.29 per ; cent, of
the total phosphate produced and
anly 4.01 per cent of that marketed
in the United States, the sale of
ground rock i3 becoming quite a fac factor
tor factor in the phosphate industry.
Bureau of Soils, Washington.
.. Bellevlew, June 23. The Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view baseball swatters trundled down
to Oklawaha last Saturday morning
for the prpose of explaining to the
"Candler Peaches" the proper way
in which to win a game of (ball. With
great thoroughness Captain Edgar
Pelot explained and directed the di direction
rection direction each ball should take as the
batter would lambast it out in the
woods. The demonstration was ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly successful and the lesson
was greatly, apreciated by the Can Candler
dler Candler Peaches, who readily saw their
weak points, and mentally resolved
to correct the deficiencies in their
playing. After a nice little nine in inning
ning inning game, wherein everyone was
cheerful, and as the Belleview boys
would slam out two, three, or four
base hits, -while the Peaches ;would
dutifuly go out into the woods and
bring the ball home, until such time
as the .Belleview aggregation had
rolled up 25 runs and allowed the
Peaches to make the circuit 10 times
for the purpose of encouragement,
and also to let them know how it
felt to make a home run. The,. game
broke up with the best of .feelings on
Dr. B. X. Tanner Is very enthusias enthusiastic;
tic; enthusiastic; over his six-Inch well having
struck aj very large flow of water
that comes up into the casing ; to
within forty feet of the ground. This
well when finished will have a ca capacity
pacity capacity of taking care of a small sized
city, and Mr. Maier feels quite proud
of his job of .well digging.
Mr. J. O. Hightower, of Heather
Island, brought Mrs. Joseph iMillsom
and Mrs. William Millsom into town
from Oklawaha last Friday Mrs.
Joseph Millsom leflt for New "Haven,
Conn., Monday, June 21, and Mrs.
William Millsom went south to Kis-
simmee and St.' Cloud. r
Mr. and Mrs.; R. F. Pen t left for
Ocala last Monday after a visit with
friends and relatives.
Mr. Algernon White, of the Levon
section, spent several hours in itown
last Monday, waiting for the train to
carry 'him' to Gainesville, where he
has employment in an automobile re repair
pair repair shop.
Mr. D. .W. Davis came up from
his cottage at North Lake Weir, and
boarded the train going south last
Mr. Edwin Camp was in town
last Monday, going to and coming
from Ocala. v
Miss Elsie Reinohl, of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, is in town visiting friends.
Miss Ruth Whittier came in from
the north last Friday night.
Mr. O. M. -Gale still remains criti critically
cally critically ill at his home. t ':".f';:y
'Mr. Robert Etheridge left for
Macon, Ga., last Thursday, after a
visit with 'his sister, Mrs. R. It. Sum Sumner.
ner. Sumner. ;
Mrs. Annie I. Brown and son,
Monroe .left for Alexander City, Ala.,
last Thursday. '3 "- -'H"'.
Miss Ottie Phillips passed thru
town last Monday morning on her
way to Dadesville, Ala.
Mrs. Delbert Haskell is steadily
Improving and her recent indisposi indisposition
tion indisposition will soon be a thing of the past.
Last Monday your scribe drove
out to Mr4 Delbert Haskell's "grow "grow-ery,"
ery," "grow-ery," where he grows things, and cut
some of the finest specimens of egg eggplants
plants eggplants that I have ever seen, and
what I am going to do, to those egg eggplants
plants eggplants will be a plenty. I seized this
occasion to ask Mr. Haskell if he
grew these eggplants from his spoil spoiled
ed spoiled and nest-egg hen-fruits, and lie
like to took a fit.
Col. John R. Proctor, under the
supervision of MrvF-.M.. Gameby. is
doing a beautiful piece of road work
between the depot and the r Lake
Weir road. At present writing Mr.
Proctor ihas a thirteen puzzle on his
hands in the shape of a i couple of
culverts that will not culvert.
It is rumored that several scouts
from the big leagues having heard of
the wonderful prowress of some of
our baseball swatters, are giving
them the "once over" to see if there
is any oig league timber in our local
aggregation. So if any of the boys
should ha ppen to see any strangers
eazine at them from afar thru bi
noculars they will know that they
are under observation.
OU have hear4 of Special Clothing Sales, Special Dry Goods Sales arid,
Special. Sales of various kinds, but it remains for me to put; on a Special
Sale of Trunks, Suit Gases, Hand Bags and other Travelers' Ne
cessities. ; I will from now until lAugust
low prices. While
been still further reduced for this occasion. ;
MdDlls. (DiMy si Few II Hxb flSaurSMiis
WHny IPsiy Mope?
. MY $5 SPECIAL
This is a flat top, canvas covered, cloth trim trimmed,
med, trimmed, iron bound trunk with heavy leather straps.
I have it in all sizes. As good a trunk for the
money cannot be had' anywhere. ASK TO SEE
1 THIS. I.
Sale Price $5.
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 Sp2CilaiIl 2 By special permission from the Factory, ve
will allow a special discount of 10 per cent, during this sale only, on INDE INDE-STRUCTO
STRUCTO INDE-STRUCTO Trunks.
West of Courthouse
my prices have always been lower than others, they have
"Why Pay More?
I will &l7ow as much for your old TronZx
or Sut Case as I cimoet for 1L.
Guarantee My Prices lower than Elsewhere
fJoney Cheerf ally Refunded
$20 '-'Delivered Anywhere. Vhy
1 sell every article
SnnSft Gases asfl Haimdl Eteagp
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 0C
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 510. VJtxy Pay LZcrc?
OT $8.50 SIPECHAIL :
Thi3 is a fiber covered Steamer Trunk, made
up of three-ply veneer, nicely trimmed, has heavy
straps, and is just the thing for your vacation trip.
It is here in all sizes. WORTH EVERY CENT OF
Sale Price SS.50.
in this line at' very
lr7hy Pay LctcT
Pay More ? O
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS 1
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week much improved, and hopes are
now entertained for her complete re recovery.
covery. recovery. Inverness notes in Times Times-Union.
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(If you hare any Items for this department call phone 106)
Final Meeting of the Reading Club
Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock
the reading club met with Mrs. C. H.
Uoyd, which was the last meeting
until next fall. During the winter
and spring a wealth'ot valuable in information
formation information was gfeaned from the text
books on Germany ani&elgiuni, the
two countries studied 'by the club.
JN'ext winter the; members will take
up a course on music and art.
The club's membership is limited
to fifteen and those who will com compose
pose compose it for 1914-1915 will ibe Miss
Minnie Gamsby, Miss Lilla Brumby;
Mrs. W.. D. Carn, Mrs. J. W. H$od,
Mrs. R. A. Burford, Miss Marie Von
Engelken, Miss Janet Weathers, Mrs.
Alice Bullock, Mrs. J. T. Maughs,
Mrs. L..M,. Murray, Miss Tommie
Aibernathy, Mrs. J. J. Gerig and Mra
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Knight and
house guests, Mrs. Judson Childress
and Mr. Francis Childress and Mr.
laCJrange Sistrunk left this (morning
at 4:30 o'clock in the former's Cad Cadillac
illac Cadillac for Daytona Beach to spend the
remainder of the week enjoying
Miss Marguerite Porter leaves
Friday for DesMolnes, Iowa, for an
extended visit to her sister, Mrs.
Lew Lyons. f
where she will go to her old home Jn
Lexington, S- C, for the summer.
Mr. Will Jeffcoat accompanied his
mother to Jacksonville.
" Miss Clark Complimented
Miss Collie Clark, the charming
young daughter; of Mr. and Mrs. W.
'H. ClarJrfjsTho recently returned to
Ocala ffon Troy, Ala., after an ab absence
sence absence of our vars, to remain with
her sistefffs. E.:.C. Bennett until
next suifiPmer, -was the Iwrsiy honor
"""""The merry crowTTIrstisited the
Green Mrs. Jack Camp, MisiiTejaple, where the pictures were
witnessed for an hour and a half and
afterwards motored to Silver Springs;
the ride out being particularly enjoy!
able as the rains in the early eve-
iMrs. Frank Parker and two child
ren of Tampa were recent guests of
Mrs. E. J. Redding.
Mrs. J. B. Borland, Misses Louise
and luthel Borland were morning
shoppers from Citra. J
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Jeffcoat are
at Plant City visiting relatives, hav
ing motored down in their car.
jMiss Sallie Spurlin was in town
Trom her Lake Weir home yesterday,
accompanied by Mr. C. J. Sweat, a
young ibusiness man of Tampa, who
Is i&e .guest of Mr. and Mrs. Spurlin
. this week.
Xlr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Marsh,
"fornrorly ort&ls city, now of 6a van-.
xia-h, 'Ga. are recmviner mncratnia:
; Uions on ithe arrival of a son Sunday.
tMre. TEdwin Spencer and young
r 4 on of Lakeland, are visiting Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville relatives this week.
. Mrs. W. H. Harrison left yester-
day for the home of '"her father in
New York state, called there by a.
teflegram announcing Ms sever 111 111-,
, 111-, lies.-.
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- .Mrs, "II. "E. Jeffcoat, mother "of. i
'fiJesers. Will and iDaillaa Jeffcoat, left
last week for Bell villa, Ga., from
ning had laid the dust and made the
atmosphere much more delightful.
At the springs a number of lucious
melons were cut. f
Those present to enjoy the eve evening
ning evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bennett and
Miss Clark were Misses Mareuerfte
T" A. -" -' .VX 1 m m w m N.
t-orter, upnena &awien, uiara jonn jonn-sqn,
sqn, jonn-sqn, Legie Blitch, Annie Atkinson,
Messrs. Holmes Walters, A. J. Beck,
R. D. Mathews, Landis Blitch, Roland
Wilkinson of St. Petersburg and Dr.
Tuesday evening, at the Methodist
parsonage oT Fort -King avenue,
Mrs. J. m. Gross and daughters,
Misses Mamie and Sarah Gross, meet
4eMgfctfttHy entertained-the Senior 1
rKpworth LeaguePlans nacfbeen
made foral2xirparty, but the rain
necessitated the change of the
(scenes of the party to the porch and
he parlor. The young people gath gathered
ered gathered at the parsonage at about 8:30
aVd the evening was spent most, en enjoy
joy enjoy ably in the playing of different
games, ailsses Mamie and Sarah
Gfoss delighted those present with
sejveral piano ani vocal numbers.
Several f big, delicious watermelons
during the evening and
' PIHIdDME tm.
OO OO-OO OO
party last evening given .'by Mr. and f 4erriinent ,was never m0re in evi-
Mr3. BeHnett lAa-nnJi Vori o tVifa Mma i fMn -Vi
watermelon eutting the young ipeople
lingered awhiJe4aong and, social
exchajageThose present aftSiso-J
TTghtf tfl "txrcae ion were: Mrs. J. M
Gross. MissesHmvMamie and Sarah
Gros3, Lurline Bridges, Sue Feaster
Moore, Mary;' Ruh7and Susie Ervin,
Sally bird Young, Florence and Cath
erine Leitner; Mary Lou Luckie,
Miss Hull and Miss Bryce, Messrs.
C. O. Blalock, S. C. Hickel, Jr., Xiel
Ferguson, Leo Rileo, Carol Fraser,
Leroy Bridges, Colmer Fjaser, Carol
Blalock and Carleton Ervin.
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H. L. Anderson Hostess at
When Pickling and Preserving, 'Remember
We carry the best in
Miss Ruth Hubbard of BurbanV j
the guest of Miss Edna Miller ,1s
week. Miss Miller spent last v.cek
with" Miss Hubbard.
After a -pleasant visit, to relatives
at Oxford, -Mrs. B. F. Borden and
children are home again.
Mrs. Charles Goddard has j return returned
ed returned from a pleasant visit to relatives
atC Dade City. Mrs. Goddard's
mother has been suffering from a
ifall she sustained while leaving the
family residence, which -was destroy destroyed
ed destroyed by fire two weeks ago, but is
much better now.
Miss Annie Hatcher, an efficient
young stenographer from Atlanta, is
doing the typewriting for the Board
. i i
Mrs. R. R. CarrolJ, Miss Merris
Carroll and Mrs. Carroll's niece",
Miss Leontine Ramsaur, of St. Pe-
tersburg, went to-Woodmar this aft
ernoon to spend three or (four days
on the lake, shore.
Tuesday's Metropolis printed a
picture of the faculty of the Duval
county normal scftool of which Miss
Nellie Stevens is a member.
, Mrs. M. M. Van Xess, who has
been ih the hospitaI at Ocala for
some time, returned home again last
The following from the Metropolis
will be read with much interest by
the host of friends of Mrs. Anderson
in, this city:
Mrs. Herbert L. Anderson gave a
beautiful luncheon today at 1 o'clock
at toer home on Market street, honor honoring
ing honoring Miss Mary Groover, a popular
bride-elect, and her wedding attend attendants.
In the center of the perfectly ap appointed
pointed appointed table was a basket filled with
daisies tied with yellow tulle, and at
the close of the luncheon each guest
received a corsage bouquet of these
The place cards were appropriate
to a bride and places Were laid for
ten, a delicious course luncheon be being
ing being served
Mrs. Anderson's guests on this de delightful
lightful delightful occasion included Miss
Groover, Mrs. Overton Groover, Miss
Ellen Bours, Miss Frances Anderson,
Miss Meta Bryan, Miss Elizabeth
Hughlett, of Cocoa; Miss Janet
Byrd, of Tallahassee; Miss Claire
Stringfellow and Mrs. Lee Kirby Kirby-Smith.
Smith. Kirby-Smith. E. T. Sperring of Ocala, spent
Sunday in the city, the guest of his
sister, Mrs. Fletcher of Sanford
Heights. Sanf ord Herald.
The friends of Mrs. William Mar
tin will regret to learn that she is
confined to her room at her home
pn Exposition street with a Iractur
ed rib, sustained by a fall Sunday.
Mrs. Martin was bruised also on her
is it i
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7"HEN the need of the
W typewriter came to
T -the business world, the
H :minton came; Others fol followed.
lowed. followed. Remington was the first
pc writer It is still the first
Hrst in tW field, the Remington
erganizatioa began building experi experi-ccc,
ccc, experi-ccc, step by step, from the actual
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for the Remington created vhe type typewriter
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MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETING
The Ladies' Missionary Society of
the Presbyterian church will -hold its
regular monthly meeting in the
church on Thursday, the 4! 5th, at
o'clock. After the business session
the hour will be spent in hearing
some account of the Woman's Auxil
iary and the recent meeting of the
Woman's Council, held in Kansas
City, Mo. All the ladies interested
in this are asked to meet with the
society. Mr3. W. H. Dodge, Pres:
and all kinds of
Don't run the possible chance of .spoiling materials;
and losing labor by gettininferior ?
Purity aed Quality
These are what counts with us.
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930 to 10:30 A. M.
SSneeir WMtlc Lawe
40 inches wide, 12 1-2. cent quality,
& ydls lfoi? 23 c
Only one lotto a customer.
Not Sold to Men and Children
11 to 1130
FcMil oflflGne Eyssuna
Everybody knows what this is
S y&s. flop SS e,
Onlypne.lot to a customer
Notsortfto Men or Children
AX I3IPORTAXT MEETING
The women of the Baptist church
will please bear in mind that the
meeting tomorrow afternoon at 4
o'clock is one of the most important
of the year, and try to be present.
The preparation of the annual or orphanage
phanage orphanage box will fbe discussed. The
box will be shipped early next week.
Dr. Trice, superintendent of the or orphanage,
phanage, orphanage, writes that table cloths,
napkins and bed ticking are greatly
needed. Send contributions to the
home of Dr. Van Hood, Fort King.
Mr. C. I. Grace of Fort iMeade, is
in the city, having come up to be
with his daughter. Miss Alta Grace,
who was seriously injured Saturday
hy a fall from atouggy. "Miss Grace
was driving, 'between Kendrick,
where she was visiting.-and Ocala,
Saturday afternoon. The horse be became
came became frightened and ran away,
throwing her out of the buggy: In
falling she struck on her head and
the skull was crushed in. She re remained
mained remained unconscious most of the
time and one side is partially par paralyzed.
alyzed. paralyzed. Her father, who was at Mi Miami
ami Miami at the time, was summoned and
when he arrived it was decided to
operate. The operation was per performed
formed performed at the hospital this morning,
portions .of the skull were removed
and the pressure on the "brain re relieved.
lieved. relieved. Miss Grace is in a very ser serious
ious serious condition, but is doing as well
as could be expected under thie cirr
cumstances. .Mr. Grace and his fam family
ily family resided in Ocala for a number
of years and at Kendrick for many
years prior and since that time.
SIIiVER MEDAIj CONTEST
There will be another silver medal
contest at the Airdome on Thursday
night when the" following program
will be carried out out-Recitations
Recitations out-Recitations by Jame3 Brinson,
Kenneth Stroman, Reece Hunnicut,
Edward Cook, Turney Colbert, Al Albert
bert Albert Frampton.
Chorus by members of the Loyal
Presentation of medal by Rev.
Roy Bowers. M. C. Supt.
CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
State, County and City Depository. ;
"Beloved Pan, and all ye other gods
who haunt this place, give me beauty
in the inward soul; may I reckon the
wise alone to be wealthy, and mar I
have only so much gold as a temper
ate man, and ne only, can
and rightly use." Socrates.
Christian faith is a good cathedixL
with divinely pictured windows. Stand
ing without, you see no glory, nor csa
possibly imagine any. Standing with within,
in, within, every ray of light reveals a fczr fczr-mony
mony fczr-mony of unspeakable splendarsv Cra Cra-thorne.
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ALWAYS "BUY" IT AGAIN. YOU WILL FIND THAT OUR
HARDWARE STANDS HARD WEAR.
THE RULE OF OUR BUSINESS IS TO ALWAYS GIVE AN
UPRIGHT QUALITY AND KEEP THE PRICE DOWNRIGHT
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AND WE CARRY THE STOCK.
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.
ZZImii i GIFTS
lEQR THE BRIDE,
, THE PRESENT YOU SEND WILL BE A MEASURE OF YOUR
AFFECTION. LET YOUfr'pRESENTS FOR THE BRIDE AND
GROOM COME FROM 6&M$TORE AND THE Y WILL KNO W
YOU HOLD THEM IN fUGH ESTEEM.
OUR JE WELR Y AND, SIL VER WARE WILL ALSO S TAND
THE STRAIN OF TIME; OUR CUT GLASS IS EXQUISITELY
The Reliable Jeweler, Merchants Block, Ocala, Fla.
PUN YOUR-FAITH TO OCALA.
20 Per Cent Real Estate Investment.
Does thfs 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, S600 for the two.
Titles perfect. If interested see me at once. They will not be
long on the market at this price. r
F" VA DITTO Real Estate and Fire Insurance
W n :. : ,.
Heady for Business.
I am now prepared to give my undivided attention to all kinds of
Jewelry and Watch Repairing.
I have all the latest appliances for doing work of this class
quickly and at the lowest possible expense. Give me a trial.
JT. OTARLES SMIITIHI
Carlisle Drug Store Building
Holds a Meeting Tomorrow Xight
with the Usual Amount of Use Useful
ful Useful Public Measures to
The board of governors of the
Board of Trade held a meeting Tues
day evening, and put matters in
shape Jr the meeting of the main
board tomorrow night. In the ab-
j sence of Secretary Rooney, 3Ir. J. 31.
Gates looked aftre the secretary's
The president was asked to ap appoint
point appoint a committee to attend the
meeting tomorrow at Gainesville, to
try to obtain morning and evening
trains .between Palatka, Ocala and
Gainesville. This morning, Mr. Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay appointed the following:
Messrs. J. M. Meffert, Jake Brown,
H. B. Clarkson, J. M. Thomas, M. J.
Roess,' Ed. Carmichael, C. L. Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, J. R. Dewey, George Rentz, W.
A. Knight, D. S, Woodrow, Louis X.
Long, B. F. Condon and" .W. M.
Other matters were attended to
and will be presented at the (board
meeting tomorrow night, which all
members are requested to attend.
TOO LATE FOR TODAY
r.i En nv mucins
Mr. S. T. Sistrunk's article- ex explaining
plaining explaining disorepencies in the ac accounts
counts accounts of his deceased brother, in
the auditor's report to the council,
was Tjrought in too late for today's
paper. It will appear tomorrow.
BALL GA3IE TOMORROW
- There will ibe a ball game tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon between the two local
teams, the proceeds to go for the
benefit of the Ocala band.
OCALA BOY'S CLUB:
At the Board of
. Thursday, June 25,
7:30 p. m. the
Ocala Boy's dub will be organized
by the election of a president and
! other necessary officers. A -meeting
I was held Sunday afternoon, when
plans were promulgated for the
! club. The following are some of the
conditions, regulations, 'etc., which
will govern the club:
The imemibership will be limited to
sixteen tooys between the ages of 12
and 18. -,
All names must be presented by
the committee on membership, viz:
James Chace, Charles Duval, Leon Leonard
ard Leonard Wesson, Bob Chace and Bob
Spencer. Application may be made
thru either of these .before, 'at, or
after Thursday. The committee may
reject an applicant without assign assigning
ing assigning any reason for so doing.
A .monthly due, to !be fixed after
the organization, is required of each
The olub will be self-governing,
under the direction of the advisor.
The club is strictly undenomina undenominational,
tional, undenominational, the only religious require requirement
ment requirement being that every member tmust
belong to some Sunday school of his
The work of the .club will take the
direction of the work of the Boy
Scouts, but will not be confined to
scout laws and rules. The club will
not conflict with the scouts in any
way. Boy Scouts unay'join the club
and retain their relation to the
scouts. The work will be more in
the nature of the work of the many
boys' clubs in the towns and cities of
Boys desiring to join this club are
requested to be present at the hour
appointed. Parents are also invited
to come and listen to the particulars
and scope of the work, as it will be
presented by the advisor, Roy B.
Bowers, who has had consideable ex experience
perience experience with iboys' clubs. Those
wishing to join should do so at once
as only sixteen boys the first "six "sixteen
teen "sixteen accepted will be admitted, for
the present at least.
Invaded Ocala and Led Novices
: Across the Burning Sands
Tuesday Evening v
It needed no seer v to tell the
passer-by that something was doing
in Ocala when they beheld the bronz
ed faces of the wild knights of the
desert under their crescent-adorned
fezes Tuesday evening.
The knights were the members of
the divan of the Temple of Mohar-
rum, Dramatic Knights of Khoras-
san. and -were as .follows?
Royal Vizier Walter S. Russell.
Grand Emir W. Barnum Coker.
Venerable Sheik James Douglas,
Mjihdi Gerard E. Muriel.
Secretary F. M. Bunker.
Treasurer James W. White; also
Satrap -Virgil C. Shearer.
Sahib Frederick" H. Fratvm.
Scouts R. B. Webster and H. C.
Mokanna Edward Williams. j
Mystery Men R. W. Scbmelz and
L. W. Griswald.
Brigands Herman Hirsch, Her
man Segall, Ernest Grunthal, Geo.
J. Miller and Mortimer H. Bentley.
Property Man Herman J. Frank.
"Joe" James Douglas.
After scouting the oasis of Ocala,
and regaling themselves at the car caravanserai
avanserai caravanserai of Charles Rodoff these
intrepid warriors rendezvoused at
Castle Hall, where material for a
hardware store, undertaker's shop
and millinery parlor had Ibeen gath gathered,
ered, gathered, and saw that the following
novices received theirs:
C. M. Dickersoh, Dr. Hanley, Chas.
X. Hampton, R. L. Marsh, Sid Halle,
R. E. Koonce, J. C. Purvis and M. L.
Reynolds. The wails of these at
times woke up the policeman at the
It is said in confidence that R. E.
Koonce 'has developed into a surpris surprisingly
ingly surprisingly good bareback rider, and Dr.
Hanley has revealed an astonishing
amount of acquaintance with, the
latest dances. t
At two o'clock this morning, the
caravan resumed its march over the
Seaboard track's to Tampa. It took
with it several captives, who will get
theirs at the foundation of the new
THE ST. LOUIS BROWXS
GOOD ADVICE TO THE
CORX CLUB BOYS
June 22, 1914.
of the Boys' Corn
I fear- some of you are becoming
discouraged on account of the dry
weither, but this is general, so earch
of you will have equal chance. I
hope you will stick to it and give us
a full report. I hope I will be able
to reward each and every one of you
for your efforts. I believe you have
too much pluck and energy to be become
come become so crestfallen as to give up the
work. I hope to 'be able to visit each
and every one of you in the next
thirty days, and assist you in getting
out your reports.
Remember perserverance wins a
crown. S. J. McCully, Agent.
Good Rule for Life's Conduct.
Mind your own business with your
absolute heart and soul; but see that
It is a good business first. Ruskin.
The St. Petersburg Independent
takes a deep interest .In th'e St.
Louis Browns, and the fine showing
they are making this season. The
Browns wintered there last winter,
and the fine bunch of men made
hundreds 'of warm friends there.
Derrill Pratt, the second 'baseman,
mentioned in the following clipping
from the Independent, is known to
a number of Ocala college boys. He
was ibasebaM and football coach at
Antra College (Alabama) when
some of our young men were at
school there. Pratt is from one of
the first families of Birmingham and
is a splendid young athlete and a
gentleman, and this trait in the per personnel
sonnel personnel of the Browns is counting for
a great deal in their fight this sea season.
son. season. The Independent says:.
"For the first time since the
Browns failed in 1909, after coming
so near the -pennantTthe year before,
the girls are coming out to watch
the Browns play ball." Thus reads a
jotting In one of the St. Louis dailies.
It isn't so much of a puzzle when
you consider why this is true. The
chief attraction, is of course, the
dandy article of ball Rickey's club
is playing. But. aside from this, are
there not a number of good-looking
boys in the Brown line-up? It takes
a girl, to be sure, to spot the "good
lookers" but from casual observa observation,
tion, observation, one might say that in addition
to their admitted ability it is a (pleas (pleasure
ure (pleasure to gaze on Lefty Earl Hamilton,
one of the smartest baseball men of
all time, Frank Crossin, the "neat "neatest
est "neatest catcher," as a St. Louis scribe
has characterized him, and Derrill
Pratt, the dashing Birmingham boy
and a few others who are atractive
personally. As long as Rickey has
capable players who are good look looking,
ing, looking, every day will seem a ladies
day at Sportsmen's Park.
Chamlerlains Colic, Cholera
This remedy always wins the good
opinion, if not the praise, of all who
use it. Mrs. F. A. Hood, Burrows,
InJ... 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
bv all dealers. Adv.
New Idea for Cotton.
From spruce wood pulp a French In Inventor
ventor Inventor has made a fabric resembling
ftotton 'and equally capable of bleach
ing and dyeins. .. ..
Always sec Us DcCirc Yen Day 1
All Edna WtCz Bsnln fc-i?-rl 'Tr
Lcl 70112 with O-rccm rcciccse.
Ft. Rica Avcnce, Dec rcciicntlol cccCIcd,
03,503.00; C5C0 Ccsly
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85 acre3 Orange Avenue, Inci ides two-story S-room residence.
uildings, runnig water in house. Water piped
to barn and lot; fine spring of freestone water on property.
We also have two business propositions paying excellent inter-
est on the investment. Also two .exceptional pieces of residential
property on Fort King Avenue. Good values, in best neighbor neighborhoods.
hoods. neighborhoods. ; '
DAVID & WOODRdxV
Heal Estate and Investments.
"WE SELL THE EARTIT
New Irish Potatoes New String Beans
Fresh Apples Oranges
Bananas . J-
Marion County Fresh Smoked Hams
'Marion County. Fresh Smoked Sides
BRICK CITY COFFEE, 40c FIRST PRODUCT COFFEECOc
Fresh Roasted and ground in our own machine every day.
Sliced Breakfast Bacon Dried Sliced Bee
Sliced Boiled .Ham, for Lunches
EGGS, Fresh from the Country, always in stock :
, New Salt Mackerel
Grape Juice Ginger Al
Olive Oil Salad Dressing
who owns the dwelling th e business property that stands
In your name?
of course yon think that you do; bat are you riht?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership in land.-
in the beginnig of civilization no man owned aay definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
It; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plentf plentf-fnl
fnl plentf-fnl for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particn-
florida title and abstract corporation
Eventually You'll Buy a
WHY NOT NOW?
Not because it is cheaper, but because
it is BETTER and more economical ; will
stand more rough usage, will, go and
COME BACK where many other cars will
NOT. Lighter on tires, more economical
on upkeep, gas and oil. than any-iautomo-bile
in the world.
RO ADSTER.!I$5004 5-PASSENGER. $550.00.
T. 0?B.!DETROIT. FUL.LYJ EQUIPPED.
EDWARD TOCKEK, Ac2nt
U PHONE 439
DOINGS OF THE: VAN-
TUll 7EtL YAJ1
JOtCB. ALL "ttUCI,
I AH IW wrrn
70 CU AND
Made by Machinery and
Baked by Steam
. Phone 360
IMvcr ,& JflacKay
Funeral Directors ; r
UtlDERT AK ERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets and Darlal Robes
; Di E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
r antral Directors
Ml Work Done by. Licensed. Sm Sm-halmers
halmers Sm-halmers and Folly Guaranteed
X. E. McJLVER. . . . L. .104
C. V. ROBERTS . . . . . .800
Tndertaking OSce . . ... . .
For sale 50 improved farms,
10 to 600 acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
so Also 2,000 acres cut-over land
well located; fine truck and
orange section. Write for
description and prices. Come
JOHN L. DAVIS,
If you want to boy or sell
New and Second Hand
Farm Tools, Harness Etc.
Easy Payments if Desired.
a. m. mmms
310 S. Main St. Ocala Fla.
: PHONE 503
t For Good Wood
DIG Load for 81.
Your Order will have
I J. L SMOAK
At Smoak8 AVagon Shop.
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocala. Fla., Expert work
g-uaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
, W. W. Kimball Co Ocala.
CcTpcnter ond Dalldcr
Carf ul Estimate Mrde on All Con
tract Work. Glres more and bttt
extractor ia tha city.
CTCrt for th money tkaa any otbet
-J AFTER SKEJNt!
TOT WE ME,
NOT UViNC K
XUUi A 6AO
IS OUT OF EXISTENCE
Rough Criticism of the Ocala and
Iake Weir Road
Editor Star: Sailors have an ex
pression that under certain condi conditions
tions conditions they find themselves, "between
the devil and the deep sea," and any
man "who (undertakes to criticise the
work of the road builders or road
repairers of Marion county is- quite
likely, to find himself in that very
interesting position, as anany of the
people of the county, headed by the
versatile secretary of the Board of
Trade, are certain to .brand him as
a knocker and charge him with be being
ing being unprogressive and not in har harmony
mony harmony with the anany efforts being
put forward to promote the best in interests
terests interests of Marion county; however,
somebody ; has got to be the goat
and it may as well toe yours truly as
anyfoody etlseJ ;
Some days ago I was in the office
of one of the most active business
men of the community, a man who
is spending more money and doing
more work to push Marion county
into the foremost rank among Flor Florida
ida Florida counties than any man in Ocala,
and I was astonished to hear him
say that the men responsible for the
work now being done on the Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view road iwere wasting $5-0 or $75
per day, that a lot of their work .was
not only useless but absolutely
Now such an expression coming
from a practical, level-headed, bus
iness man certainly ought to be in
vestigated, so I appointed myself a
committee of one to look Into the
matter, and herewith please receive
The Lake iWeir or .Belleview road
except in spots is out of existence.
There is not a consecutive half mile
of the road over rwhich any vehicle,
wagon or buggy passes, that it does
not risk broken axel, -broken springs
and profanity. People are (going
miles out of; their way rather than
risk the loss'of life insurance by not
taking due precaution to preserve
life and limb. In a score of places
the road has been abandoned, driv drivers
ers drivers having taken to the woods and
unless there is a change for the bet better
ter better "before long farmers will be ask asked
ed asked to put their fences further hack
to furnish a decent road to drive on.
This state of things exists along
nearly the whole distance (between
Ocala and the lake, hut the limit is
! reached in a stretch of about a mile
or either side of the town of Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view .where the road gang has been
working for many weeks and where
the conditions are simply indiscriba-
hle. it-l jV- -; : ; ; '-" : -
w nen tne roaa to ieesDurg was
completed many weeks ago, the peo
pie or ucaia, Jieiieview and sur surrounding
rounding surrounding country were delighted to
know that their road was to be re
paired, but as far as we could see
there has been no repairs attempted
along the whole line. But an at
tempt is being made to grade the
road up to a level toy cutting -down
the. elevations and filling dn the low
places. Now we have never heard
any protests from the Florida horse
or the Kentucky ; mule about the
steep grade of any hill on the route.
All they asked was a firm footing
and, a reasonably hard track under
their wheels, and they would get
there; in fact, everybody who has
passed through Virginia, Tennessee,
Kentucky or Pennsylvania, knows
that there are no hills in Marion
Of course, a level road ibed is very very-pretty
pretty very-pretty in theory. Some of our rail railroads
roads railroads will spend millions to straight straighten
en straighten out a curve or grade down a hill
hut (Marion county hasn't the wealth
to command that is claimed by the
big railroads, and if It had it could
be put to' a much better use, and if
the money that is "heing spent in
grading the road had been spent in
filling the holes and doing the nec necessary
essary necessary repairs, we should today have
a splendid road 'the whole distance
from the Ocala court house to Lake
Weir and down on to the county
On many of the lower levels they
have piled soft earth and sand tc
HW1 l tune IMK Pw, i j w w-n IHCHt rfw tWRc. I I f -11 : I INC CTIMC OM TIK. 1 1 rTw I
'5 pBp ?
THE OCA LA EVEM.XU BTAR. WEDNESDAY," JUNE 24. 1014
I AS BAR -THEN PA WlL I
the depth of two feet and when or
how it is ever to be hardened and
made as good as it was before no one
seems to know. Of course, the con construction
struction construction gang i3 working under
orders, but whether it is the county
commissioners or the county engineer
no one seems to know. "But there
is one thing that seems patent to ev everybody
erybody everybody that passes over the road,
and that is that the road should be
finished as the work progresses. The
mammoth steam roller has been
stalled in the woods for many weeks,
"and to many of us it looks as Iho it
should "be put to work on the part of
the road' that was plowed and filled
long ago, and if this is not done be before
fore before many more rains the ruts will
be so deep that axles and gear will
strike the road. H. C. Packham.
If yoa wish to go away tor the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland House at 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 watery most elegant
scenery east of the Rockies. For
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
there Us no place like Monteagie i&r
the South. ."Write at once to Mrs.
E. W. Williams, Proprietress, the
Cumberland House; Monteagie, Ten
Why Softer irom Rheumatism?
: ; .. i x. i
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-
elli, Canastota, N. Y., suffered in intensely
tensely intensely with pains due : to rheuma
tism 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, ifany
others have found quick relief by ap
plying this liniment. For sale by
all dealers. Adv.
OCALA NORTHERN SCHEDULE
No. 72 Leave Ocala daily 1:15
p. m; A "rive Palatka dally except
Sunday, 4:45 j: m. Arrive Palatka
Sunday, 4:15 p. m.-
No. 71 Leave Palatka dally ex
cept Sunday, 7:40 a. m. Arrive
Ocala 11 t. m.
No. 73 Leave Palatka Sunday, 8
a. m. Arrive Ocala. 11 a. m.
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 every-thing
thing every-thing in order, bo 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
17 N. Uoln Street
Some one must have
Candler, June 22. Mr. Benjamin
Belcher of the Golden, Rule Store,
spent Sunday in Ocala, the guest of
his brother, Mr. Asa Belcher.
Mrs. C. W. Quick has on exhibi exhibi-tion
tion exhibi-tion a cucumber fourteen inches In
length, weighing three pounds which
was grown by Rev. E. G. McKinley.
Mr. P. A. "Fort has finished ship shipping
ping shipping melons from his 33-acre patch
The Belle view (baseball team play played
ed played a match game between a picked,
nine from the Oklawaha, Weirsdale
and Candler teams at Oklawaha Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon, which resulted in
Belleyiew winning the laurels.
, Mr. A. McClain was a prominent
Candlerite representing his home
town in the Brick City Wednesday.
.Mr. Boyd of Connecticut arrived
last week, and is stopping at Rev.
E. G. McKinley 's.
Mr. J. N. Marshall is having re- 4
pairs made on the Wright building.
which he recently purchased. With j
the upper story newly ceiled, the
lower story freshly ..plastered and'
painted, and with the addition of,
new. verandas, this will soon be com-'
paratively a new building.
An ice cream and cake sale under
the auspices of the lady members of r
the Presbyterian, and Methodist
churches was held in Mr. C. W.
Quick's store Saturday afternoon
and evening. The proceeds were
divided between the two churches. I
Mrs. .Mary Elliott is spending the.
week in Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs.; William .- Marshall f
have terminated their honeymoon J
and returned to Palatka. I
; - I
DEAFNESS CAXXOT RE CURED j
by local applications', as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of the eustachian tube. 'When
this tube is inflamed you hare a rum rumbling
bling rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deafness Is
the result, and unless the lnflamation
can be taken out and this tube re restored
stored restored to its normal condition, hear hearing
ing hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh
which Is nothing but an inflamed con condition
dition condition of the mucous surfaces.
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.,
Sold by all druggists, 75c' Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
ORDER OF EASTERN SXAR
Ocala Chapter. No. 23, O. E. 8
meets at Tonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30, o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. JL
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
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
Joseph Bell. Secretary. Ad.
JUST IN TTOE
Some Ocala People May Wait Till it's
Don't wait until too late.
Be sure to be in time.
Just in time with kidney ills.
Means curing the backache, the
dizziness, the urinary disorders that
so often come with kidney troubles.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for this
very purpose.. Here is ucaia testi
mony of their worth.
John H. Brooks, 19 N. Orange St,
Ocala, Fla., says: "I feel justified in
recommending Doan's Kidney Pills.
I have used them for kidney com complaint
plaint complaint and lame and weak back and
have found great relief."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. Brooks had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Ad 11
told their Idlcxd tX
IX J3z3r-?l ill. li l-rJ
WHICH WILL BE YOCR CHOICE FOR TODAY OR TOMORROW?
Tell Us By Phone
' WE ARE ANXIOUS TO KNOW
W. M. MARSH
PHONE 108 CITY MARKET
Teams For Itcnt Ltotit ana Gcovy DacII3
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
: ind Safes.
CLLIIEK EE., .Proprietors.
We mean are yon getting the service we wish to give yon 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 1 part in
straightening it out before the rush days come.
(IDcsiflsi nee &
JULY 2 AND 3 :
HOUND TLUP DATES FQC21 OCALA
To Savannah-- -$a50
To Columbia-...-. ..... ... 8.50
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM JACKCONTOLC
To Charlotte . . $ .(
To Raleigh . . : . . ..... ..... ... .... $ S.00
To Portsmouth . . ...
Special train leaves Jacksonvile
a. cn. :3U a. m., ana-s:iv a. m.
ALL TICKETS GOOD
Tickets on sale on regular trains
sonville before noon Jvly 3. Tickets good on Pnlsaana. ;
C. B. BRYAN G. P. A.
1 1 rr
y BEAVER BOARD
Superior to Plaster
?r Ceiling in
Quality or I'rtce
To a Rerccn ITto J?rii2s :
Dimself on Cis Apscrciize:
Clean, Fresh; W ell Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Oct DccIzicss v
Air Lice ncUxrjoy
......... v f 10.00
.... ............. $10.00
1 10.0 a
11:30 a. m. Regular trains 7: IS
TO RETURN TILL JULY 14.
on July 2, and trains arriving Jack
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G. Z. PnTLLTPS, A. O. P, A
Clly Tlciet Act,
uwaut tVE.M.NG 8TAK. WEDNESDAY. JUXE 34. 1914
A Novelization of
Alice Bradley's Play
By Gertrude Sifrenson
IHustriiion From Photographs of
the Stage Produc'ion y
Coprrfgtt, iS13. 'n!lleation Right Bwerred)
Mary Slade sat down to the break breakfast
fast breakfast table with a certain sense of be bewilderment.
wilderment. bewilderment. It was the same this
morning as it had been each succes successive
sive successive morning eince Dan's departure.
She could not bring herself to the real realization
ization realization of the fact that Dan had not
come home apparently did not intend
to come home.
She had waited up the night he had
gone to the club, just as she had
waited up every night of; their married
life, no matter where her husband
was or how late he might be coming
home. As the night hours lengthened
Into day she was forced to the con conclusion
clusion conclusion that Dan meant to stay away
for the night. That he wouldn't be
home at all through the day never oc occurred
curred occurred to her. She reasoned that a
night's sleep would clear his mind
and that he would have recovered
from his "tantrum" the next day. But
Dan didn't "run in" that day nor the
. next. 'The days had become weeks,
yet neither by telephone nor letter had
ho sent as much as a word. .
Finally Mary had mustered up her
courage and telephoned his club.. It
took courage for Mary to use the tele telephone
phone telephone on any occasion. She was afraid
of the sound of her own voice the mo-'
ment she began to talk Into the trans transmitter.
mitter. transmitter. This time she feared Dan's
displeasure and his possible harsh harshness.
ness. harshness. Mr. Slade was out, had left no
message, they did not know when he
would return, was the disappointing
result as she hung the receiver on the
hOOk.'. : ; y.-5 .5
This morning, as the maid -served
her breakfast, she resolved to try
again. The situation was getting un unbearable.
bearable. unbearable. It was bad enough to live
In the great house and be surrounded
by servants with Dan there. Without
him ehe felt like a prisoner; of state
and looked on the servants as so many
Leaving her breakfast practically
untasted, Mary again ventured to the
telephone. With faltering vpiceshel
repeated the number. "One-three-nine-four;"
with beating heart she inquired
for "Mr. Slade;" with sinking courage
she received the answer that Mr. Slade
had gone out, leaving no message.
Again and again during the day she
repeated the call, only to receive a
similar reply. The possibility of her
husband having left such a message
to be delivered to her, whether he was
there or not never occurred to the
truthful, eimple-minded little woman.
But Slade did not want to be reached
by her, and if an untruth, more or
less, were necessary, the telephone
boy was easily bribed.
Meanwhile Slade was eagerly look looking
ing looking forward to his new life. Never a
man to waver, he did not once look
back to the wife he had so coolly de deserted.
serted. deserted. He was being dined and ban banqueted
queted banqueted and feted, eing everywhere
hailed as the candidate for governor.
He was sniffing the first breath of fu future
ture future glories with keenest delight. This
was the sort of thing that made a man
feel big! This was the sort pf life to
lead with men bowing and salaaming
all around him. He walked with a firmer
tread. Hie shoulders were thrown
back a bit more arrogantly. His'chest
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was more noticeable as lie walked
down the street.
The innate conceit and self-esteem
of the man made him overlook the fact
that the party needed a rich man. He
was quite satisfied that he was being
boosted by Strickland and the others
because of his brains, hie unusual abil ability,
ity, ability, his oratory and his power to lead
men. He was happier than he had
been for years.. Every day the new
life looked brighter and the old less
If he gave a thought to Mary it was
a passing one. Mary was "comfort "comfortable."
able." "comfortable." She had everything that money
could buy. The servants would be tak taking
ing taking good care of her, of course. Of
the lump In Mary's throat as she sat
at the lonely breakfast table and as
she went through the still i more lone lonesome
some lonesome ordeal of the formal dinner, he
knew nothing. Of the woman's aching
heart and her eyes bright with unshed
tears as she tried to keep up before
the servants and make excuses for his
absence, Slade was heartlessly ob oblivious..
livious.. oblivious.. Or perhaps it was self-esteem
again, that made him unable to feel
for- her the self-esteem of the suc successful
cessful successful man who feels no wounds
when fighting for what he wants, and
neither knows nor care's that others
feel them. He had a heart, but it was
unpleasantly like Pharaoh's.
But of Katherine Strickland's stat statuesque
uesque statuesque beauty and her cosmopolitan
manner he was delightfully aware.
During the weeks since he had left
home Slade had been calling regu regularly
larly regularly at the Strickland home, partly to
consult with the senator and partly
for the purpose of posing for the bust
which Katherine was modeling. As
they sat hour after hour, he posing
comfortably, she working deftly and
talking even more cleverly, Slade and
Katherine had come to a 'mutual un understanding.
derstanding. understanding. The more they saw of
each other the more each became con convinced
vinced convinced that their paths would inevit inevitably
ably inevitably converge.
Katherine talked animatedly and en entertainingly
tertainingly entertainingly of social life abroad and
of the gay times in Washington, and
Blade's heart warmed and his eyes
flashed as he p? ctured himself a part
of that charmed circle. With keen
penetration he saw the longing of the
girl's nature, her iron, will, her deter determination
mination determination to gain social honors at al almost
most almost any cost. He flattered himself
that when he said the word Katherine
Strickland would-be ready to cast her
lot with his.
' Prom the smoking room of Senator
Strickland's big house came the stri strident
dent strident sound of men's voices, raised in
excitement, and, it would seem, ac acclaim.
claim. acclaim. Now and again the senator's
smooth, oratorical voice would sound
and then Slade'e slightly deprecatory,
yet firm and pleased. Then would
follow the patter of applause, laughter
and the sudden dropping of voices that
signified .earnest converse.
To Katherine Strickland, sitting In
the softly lighted library ( adjoining,
every sound bad its meaning. Her
eyes sparkled with keen Interest. In
her cheeks glowed the, deep rose of
excitement and exultation. In that other
room she knew they were making his history.
tory. history. In that other room they were
putting up a man for governor, a man
she admired and who Bad aroused her
interest as no other man had ever
, Nothing could stand in that man's
way, she thought, with a catch in hef
breath, nothing could stop him now
that he was fairly started. How dif different
ferent different this domineering, forceful per personality
sonality personality from Bob Hayes, the man who
had first won her girl's heart, and yet
for whom she had never been willing
to renounce her interest in the polit political
ical political and social life which obsessed her
with the same compelling force as it
With an effort she brought her mind
back to the present and to Mrs. Wes Wesley
ley Wesley Merritt, who had. dropped in on
her way from a dance to pick up her
"You simply weren't listening, to a
word I said," Mrs. Merritt complained
in her affectedly affectionate way. T
was asking If you know Mr. Slade very
"Yes," Katherine replied, lightly,
"we know him Very well."
"And does he ever mention his
wife?" in Mrs. Merritt's most perfectly
"Never once," admitted Katherine,
without even an attempt at an evasion.'
"And you have never met her?" Mrs.
Merritt was in her glory if she could
"No, 1 have never met her."
"How extraordinary! My husband
why, Wesley iMerritt's name spells
hearth and home, domestic purity
while S lade's! They tell me he hasn't
seen his wife for weeks, and It's town
talk that he's living at his club. And.
to think he's never mentioned her to
you I" ) .vy,-"
Katherine had quietly rung for a
servant, and as Mrs. Merritt finished,
remarked casually: "Martin, see that
these letters are mailed at once."
Unabashed, Mrs.CIerritt was moving
eagerly about the artisfic room, com comfortable
fortable comfortable in all its appointments, its
richness enhanced and mellowed with
age, a blend of color that, nothing but
years can give.
Fannie Merritt was a decided blonde.
Her decision had been made more
than ten years before. It was a de decision
cision decision that, onco made, must be
abided by, -and the woman had been
living up to it ever since. Her gown
was the last word of sartorial elegance
and style. Daringly decollette it clung
to her long, svelte figure with loving
emphasis, and trailed round her 'ex 'exquisitely
quisitely 'exquisitely dressed feet. Her hair did
credit to the hairdresser's long and pa patient
tient patient efforts, and long, bizarre diamond
pendants : flashed and sparkled from
her ears. If ever a woman had become
a slave to her own personal pleasure
and dress, that woman was Fannie
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merritt. Too seir-centerea ana seinBn
ever to crave motherhood, she lavished
a kind of affection on a watery-eyed
little poodle, which repaid her with
Tonight she was restless and ill at
ease. Like Katherine, her mind was
full of one thought Slade, Slade, Slade
but thoughts that took a different di direction.
rection. direction. She was sick of his name,
sick of hearing of his money, sick of
the talk of his power and of hearing
him named as "the man of the hour."
He was winning the very honors she
had coveted for her husband, and tak taking
ing taking them right out from beneath his
very eyes and nose. There didn't seem
to' be a doubt of Slade becoming gov governor,
ernor, governor, the very position for which her
husband had been striving for the past
six terms. Slade with his millions
needed the governorship no more than
a pampered child needs a new toy,
while to her husband success or fail failure
ure failure this time meant either the retriev retrieving
ing retrieving pf his fortunes or his utter ruin.
The abstraction of the two women
was broken by ,the sudden entrance
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WED2JEC3AY. JUNE C4. 1C14
iMoose meet tomorrow evening.
Board of Trade tomorrow night.
It. A. M. meets Friday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Mr. W. C. Blanchard is at East East-lake
lake East-lake this week, working on the new
house he is building down there.
DAILY WEATHER REPORT
Dr. W. K. Laae Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office, Law
Ubrary Building, Ocala. Adv.
There were fifty arrivals at the
Harrington yesterday, which was
good for midsummer.
A full line of Spalding baseball
goods just in at Gerig's Reliable
Drug Stores. 5-16-tf
J. E. Frampton, the piano tuner,
went to Anthony this afternoon on
At their meeting last night, the
Odd Fellows nominated officers for
the next term.
Chocolate Molasses Peanut Butter.
A new package and a good one, 40
cents per pound. Gerig's. 6-1 9-tf
The following weather report is
furnished the Star every afternoon
by Mr. F. G. B. Welhe, local report reporter
er reporter for the "weather bureau operated
by the United States department of
agriculture, showing maximum and
minimum temperature and rainfall
during the twenty-four hours end ending
ing ending at 3 p. m.:
March average 74 -April
May average. .83
Mr. Heron Todd is in Tampa, and
will probably cross the burning
sands in the new temple of Ap-Mat
Mr. S. P. Barton, the live vehicle
dealer of Sparr, is in the city today
on business, and -made the Star office
a much appreciated call.
One of our young autoists tried to
drive his machine over a tree beside
the Silver Springs road last night,
tout did not succeed in a manner to
make himself proud.
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
At .their meeting last night, the
Elks elected four members and re received
ceived received i our applications. This lodge
is steadily growing and will soon be
one of the ibiggest lodges of the
order in the state.
Joe iMalever says his present Globe
sale 4s the best ever. The amount
of goods that have gone out of his
big store in the last ten days would
surprise everybody if they could be
assembled in one place.
Buy your vacation articles before
leaving home. Bathing 'caps, combs,
liair 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
In a short time, two or three
'weeks probably, the band will give
one of its splendid concerts in the
Temple. The-'Star knows it will.be
an enjoyable occasion, and hopes it
will ibe largelyattgnded-
to his Ocala fronds a Bert, is here
for a short vlit to Ills mother, at
her home on Sduth Third street. He
is nrominentlyf cjwrneeled with one
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ad his many raenas will oe plea
V Itnow that he is prosAerin
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June 1. -June
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June 24 .
Generally fair tonight and Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. 'V
New York, June 24. -Turpentine,
49; rosin, $4.10.
Chicago, 111., June 24 September
wheat, 78 pork, $20.07; lard,
$10.27; ribs, $11.52.
Xew York, June 24. Stocks gen
erally lower, lead by Baltimore "and
Ohio, which, showed a point decline
and Western Union, a point and five five-eights.
eights. five-eights. r:, ; -.
Xew York, June 24. Cotton was
one to four, points higher on better
demand. July, $12.60; October.
Dr. S. H. Blitch and Mr. Barnett
George of the western part of the
county, were among the Star's pleas pleasant
ant pleasant callers today. Two more opti
mistic citizens would be hard to find
within the borders of, the county.
While here Dr. Blitch left a sub subscription
scription subscription for the Weekly Star to be
sent to Mrs. W. F. Franks at Port
OPEN AIR W. C. T. U. 3IEETIXG
The W. C. T. U. held a delightful delightfully
ly delightfully informal -meeting yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon on the lawn of the Methodist
The president, Mrs. T. E. Bridges,
read from the fifth chapter of
(Matthew. Minutes of May meeting
read and approved. "Mrs. F.E. Mcr
Clane was appointed superintendent
of flower mission work during Mrs.
Tompkins absence, all flowers for
distribution to be sent to her. Five
dollars was contributed to the Child-ren's-flLome.in
A petition was formed urging that
Senators Fletcher and Bryan support
the ; Hobson bill in Congress. The
evangelistic committee reported
helpful, meetings held at the convict
farm and a plea was made for more
literature, iparticularly the Sunday
magazine. Report of the medal con contest
test contest was two more medal contests
and two in preparation.
Encouraging reports fwere given
regarding the temperance action
taken by the recent assemblings of
the Epworth League, the B. Y. P. U.
and the other organizations .which
was followed by the W. C. T. U.
salute: "White Ribbon, White Rib Ribbon,
bon, Ribbon, White Ribbon Hurrah!"
Mrs. G. C. Looney gave a most
practical talk on the benefits of
open air meetings, while Mrs. E. Van
Hood read some important items on
fairs, etc., followed by some helpful
suggestions. : Four new members
were received into the union. Copies
of the Union Signal were distribut distributed.
ed. distributed. Miss Mamie Gross gave a read reading
ing reading on an old slaves' devotion and
patience with the profligate young
master. Sandwiches and ice tea was
ithen served, enlivened by the strains
d music from piano and violin, after
which the guests departed to meet
ajgain July 28. Further notice giv given.
en. given. Reporter.
LAKE WEIR W. C. T. U.
In spite of the inclement weather,
on June 18, the meeting of the Lake
Weir W. C. T. U. was well attended.
After devotional exercises the roll
was called and the minutes of the
previous meeting were approved.
Letters were received from Mrs.
Lewis, of Oklawaha, Dr. Swan of
Conant, also a card from Miss Xeal
Plans for July Fourth were dis discussed
cussed discussed and the following committees
Music Miss Grace Simpson.
Supplies Mrs. Smoak and Mrs.
Program Mrs. Sigmon.
A paper -written by Dr. Swan, on
"Eugenics," was read by Mrs. Buck Buckley.
ley. Buckley. V
Mrs. Sigmon and Mrs. Reed gave
Mrs. Buckley gave a talk on "The
Evils of Coca-cola."
After distribution of literature,
the meeting adjourned.
. CHinnie D. Albertson,
Mr. Claude Hickel has resigned
his position at the Anti-Monopoly
drugstore, and will -go in a few days
to Xashville, where he has taken a
position at one of the biggest drug drugstores
stores drugstores in that city.
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
Orange Springs, June 23. Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Carlton and Master
C. J. Jr., of St. Augustine, arrived
Sunday and are visiting the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Carlton.
Mr. B. Hall shipped a carload
of melons 3ast Friday. The melons
were very fine, considering the
drouth. .Mr.' Hall went down to
Ocala to look after the car.
Dr. A. D. McLeod, of Savannah,
Ga., is a recent arrival at the Carlton
There, was a much needed rain
last Tuesday, .the first good rain in
this section since the middle of
March. Crops have suffered a great
(Misses Margaret Jackson and
Nellie Beckham of Ocala, came up
last Thursday and are guests of the
Carlton House for this week.
JMr. C. L. Minderman was a busi business
ness business visitor to Palatka last Friday.
Mr. James Simons, formerly of
Emaraldo, Fla., is a visitor here. 3Ir.
Simms, expects to make his future
home in Blackshear, Ga.
Mr. T. J. Kaiser and Master Fran Francis
cis Francis returned yesterday from their
trip to St. Petersburg.
Mrs. O. E. Motes, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Clements, of Sparr, returned to her
home last Saturday.
(Messrs. J. R. Wimberly and K. O.
Massey went down to Ocala yester yesterday
day yesterday on the special.
Mr. H. R. demons and tMr. H. G.
Shealy, of Sparr, were visitors at the
springs last week.
FOR SALE Modern bungalow in
Lin wood Heights. Inquire of the
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The more bank depositors there are in a rommumtyl Uie more prccxcrcu3
will be both, the individual citizen and the community as a vhole.
The bank and its depositors, co-operating, can brinIbout fjratifyin re results
sults results in the form of more business.
The service of this Bank includes Credit, Advice, DidcoUnts and Safs cud
Profitable handling of funds. We are anxious to serve?ycO
The Ocala- WaiH-ii (rwtfeil mh
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
FOR REXT Five room cottage with
all "modern conveniences; desira desirably
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AXD RIVAL TO BITS
. Xichols, Fla., June 24. John
Black, the colored man who shot his
wife and Israel Goodwin- when he
found them together at his home be
tween this 1)1300 and Mulberry Fri-1
day night, returned to the house
about 2 o'clock Sunday morning and
completed his work of vengeance by
(blowing the pair, and the house as
well, into the air with dynamite.
Electra, June '23. Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Sellars and children left for
Mr. Andrew Holton made a busi business
ness business trip to'the Brick City last week.
Mr. Charles Pillans, of Terrell, is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. W. C. Caldwell 5-made a quick
trip to Tangerine last week.
Mr. J. G. Halford is up for a few
day' visit with relatives.
Messrs. Clyde and Jim Collins
have returned from Bushnell.
iMr. L. E. Smith, of Oxford is vis visiting
iting visiting relatives here.
' Mrs. Ella Sellers and Mrs. G. A;
Sellers have gone to Beileview for a
few days' viislt.
. Mr. J. P. Halford and family spent
Sunday with .Mr. Halford's another,
Mrs. R. A. Halford.
Miss Myrtle Mock spent last week
with relatives and friends at cor.
Mrs. Rose Green, Wabash, Ind.,
writes, "Recently I used two bottles
of Chamberlain's Tablets and found
them splendid for stomach trouble
and constipation; in fact, I have nev never
er never een their equal Sold by all
Moose meet Thursday evening.
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR REXT $10 per month to the
right party, a new 5-room cot cottage;
tage; cottage; best neighborhood. Address,
Star office. ; 5-2 9-tf
FOR SALE One large horse in
good condition; one good work
mule. .Ocala Lumber & Supply
WAXTED 69 MEN to Jois the
Brotherhood Baraca Class, city
hall. See R. B. Bowers. 5-20-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-
land pony, saddle, bridle and blan blanket;
ket; blanket; prettiest outfit in this section.
$85 gets the outfit. Apply at the
-Star office. 6-16-6t ';. V.
OXIOXS WAXTED We desire to
purchase good onions in any quan quantities
tities quantities and will pay good prices for
. them. Moses Produce Co., Ocala,
LOST On Sunday between Wenona
street and Methodist church, a
cresent shaped Masonic breast breastpin
pin breastpin the wife and daughters' de degree;
gree; degree; inscribed F. X. D. .O. S.
B. T. K. C. Return to L. T. Izlar
and receive reward. 6-2 2-6 1
WAXTED 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. S. S. Savage,
Jr., Ocala, Fla. 6-22-12t
$2.98, S3 cndMb; Values
Other PanaMa Hats
reduced ropprtion ropprtion-ately.
ately. ropprtion-ately. i H :
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p a mm
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SAVARIRIAEI, EE0nS 03.50
CMMSEJESTODFJ, .,C- -- 00.50
AND RETURN CCALA
TICKETS OX SALE JULY 2, FINAL f XiSrrjCIiT 14.
TICKETS WILL BE GOOD OX REGULAR TRATXO GOING
t For information or Pullman reservations; call on nearest Atlantic
Coast Line Agent, or v - : Zt
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T. R. BEASfi&T,
M. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Ageat, Ocala.
W1IX BE REDEEJIED"nT'
AT lO PER CE.VT
For Any Cash Purchase Made Dnriag Jane 1014