OCALA FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1914
SVEFT AWAT THE LAST BARRIER DETIVEEIJ HIS (111,11 MID
(By John Roberts, Staff Correspond Correspond-ent.
ent. Correspond-ent. Delayed by Censor) ;
Zacatecas, June 24. Five days'
bloody fighting, resulting in practi-
cal annihilation, of one of the larg largest
est largest and ibest equipped armies gather gathered
ed gathered In (Mexico by the federals. Gen.'
Villa, with constitutionalist arm;
now in "possession of Zacatecas.
HE.UT LOSSES OX BOTH SIDES
Fully '2,000 federals were -killed
and that many wounded; 6,000 were
taken prisoners. (Practically all the
prisoners will ibe enrolled in Villa's
army. Less than 5,000 federals es
TOOK GREAT QUANTITY OF SUP.
a ne ieaerai army lost nair or us folg following. More 31oran money
artillery, 6,000 Mauser rifles and coming out today, but the odds
an Immense quantity of ammunitipnAue favor of the negro chaan chaan-18
18 chaan-18 locomotives and 300 freight cars &rdiu'.about two to one. Both con-
loaded with stores of all kinds.
FEDERALS LOOTED THE CITY
The .banks were stripped of jnon-for
ey and other valuables by the fed
erals before they fled. Many -build
ings on the principal streets were
dynamited and the explosion of
mines cost Villa heavy loss of life. :
PAID A HEAVY PRICE
The city presents a scene of deso desolation
lation desolation and havoc. Villa places the
loss at 500 to 600 killed and 800
wounded. This is a conservative es estimate.
timate. estimate. Generals Herruera, Rodriguez
and Ortega were -wounded and it is
believed fatally. The federal army
numbered 14,000. Their position
was 'believed Impregnable by mili mili-'tary
'tary mili-'tary experts.
The' federals fled toward Agues
. Washington, June 25.- The fall
of Zacatecas was officially confirmed
today. The general opinion is that
the differences between Huerta and
Carranza must now the-settled on the
battlefield Instead of by the media mediation
tion mediation conference.
IS HOT FIERCE
COMPARED WITH KANSAS
WHERE SUN IS BURNING UP
Kansas City, June 25. Because
U of being unable to secure harvesters,
fJreat losses in the wheat fields are
ARER FIVE DAYS
threatened. The wheat in (many
neids is lying t unshocked on the
ground with the temperature 100
to 104 in the shade.
PAYING BIG COIN TO SEE JOHNSON-MOHAN
r Paris, June "25. Seven thousand
pebpfe will see the championship
fight ibe t ween Jack Johnson and
Frank Moran Saturday night. Seats
sold as high as $125.
Both Johnson and Moran have a
.tjnue. their strenuous training, and
claim "to ,be in perfect condition.
v The fight will start at 9:30 p. m.,
;4:30 p. m., central United States
time. : t :
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HEAD IDS AllfiElES
FIVE LIVES GIVEN TO MAINTAIN
GHASTLY REPUTE OF
ilos" 'Angeles, June 25. One man,
a boy and three, women were, killed
last, night when their automobile
plunged over the cliff at White's
point 125 feet to the .beach below.
This makes another fatal tragedy
near White's Point. ;
HORACE RYALS KILLED
PLVTT AT WINTER HAVEN
'Winter Haven, June 25. James
Piatt, a well known stockralser of
Polk county, was killed Tuesday
night at his borne, three miles east
of Winter Haven. Horace Ryals, a
well known teamster at 'Winter Hav Haven;
en; Haven; has confessed to the killing.-
When cleaning out your trunks
and chiffonier drawers, packing away
clothes for a trip or for the summer,
save the clean cotton rags and bring
them to the Star office and turn them
Into cash, whether you have five or
a hundred pounds. tf
OF THE LAneEST DRY-GOODS
Xew York, June 23. Federal
Judge Hand today appointed Joseph
Martindale, president of the Chemi
cal National Bankt and Frederick
Juiiard receivers Tor the H. B. Claf Claflin
lin Claflin Company, one of the largest dry
goods concerns in the United States,
and the Defender Manufacturing Co.
The petition was filed by John
Eames, of Xew York, on behalf of
his other creditors. Eames claims
the Claflin Company owes him
$3,600 on loan and has several mill million
ion million dollars indebtedness."
The receivers' bond was fixed at
ENTIRE COUNTRY WILL
It is estimated by those close to
the company that the liabilities are
$34,000,000 with assets of $44,pp0, $44,pp0,-000.
000. $44,pp0,-000. About three thousand banks
thruout the country are affected by
the proceedings. Twenty-five banks
in Xew York are affected.
The Claflin Company was capital capitalized
ized capitalized at $9,000,000 and controls
twenty-eight dry goods firm3 in dif different
ferent different cities of the United States. It
is stated that the concern lost a mil million
lion million dollars over night thru tariff re reductions.
ductions. reductions. ,
Over- extension xredits and calling
In temporary, loans is the cause of
the receivership. It is learned on
high authority that the associated
merchants and United Dry Goods
Company is in na way involved in
the suspension of the Claljin Co.
SHATTERED A KANSAS CITY
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Kansas City, Mo., June 25." -Attorney
Alexander Xew was today ap appointed
pointed appointed receiver for the Jones Store
Company, this city, which is a
branch of the Claflin stores, by or order
der order of the federal court.
Orlando, June 25. A very severe
wind and electric storm passed west westward
ward westward over this city this afternoon,
doing considerable damage to prop
BIG NAVAL STORES PLANT
BURNED. NEAR BRONSON
Bronson, June 25. Fire
day completely destroyed the naval
stores plant of J. L. Medlin & Co.,
about eight miles north of Bronson.
A GOOD INVESTMENT
Wanted, loan of $5,000 on highly
improved farming, property, near
Ocala, value more than six times
that of the loan wanted. One of the
beet farming and stockraising prop
erties in the county. If interested,
additional information can be had. at
Star nffloe. 6-13- tf
Subscriptions for all magazines
taken at The Murray Co. 6-2 5-3 1
Wlei W ornm. aire Qwi the Balkt
They will all own a piece of real estate so they can
vote the full ticket. In order that everybody, both
men and women, may be in a position to vote, I am
going to put on within the next few days the most at attractive
tractive attractive real estate proposition that has ever been of -fered
in Marion County. For particulars
co n s
WITH VHJTE PLEAGUE
; GUILTY OR INNOCENT, DEATH
IS NOT FAR OFF FROM
Albany, N. Y., June 25. Xine-teen-year-old
-Malcolm Gifford, Jr.,
of Hudson, X. Y., scion of a family
which has been wealthy and promi prominent
nent prominent in this state for'toore than a
j century, was put on trial for murder
in the county court here today. He
is accused of shooting Frank J.
;Clute of Albany, on the night of
April 1. 1913.
Gifford has developed tuberculosis,
while in prison. Dr: C. I. Bailey, of
Hudson, X. Y., said today the u-pper
portion of the right lung is gone al already."
ready." already." . --'
Clute drove u large five passenger
automobile" for hire. A man engag
ed the automobile and driver about
8 p. m., April 1, 1913.
, Chile's automobile as found at
dawn -the next morning standing at
the, sida of tbe main road (between
Albany. and Troy, by a 'milkman..
There were blood stains on the cush
ions and floor of the machine. The
body of Clute lay Jin a ditch nearby.
Professor James Craw, a Water Water-vliet
vliet Water-vliet high school teacher, several
days later found a pair of gloves sold
by Bros., N. Y., near the scene
of the tragedy.
- Clute bad -been shot three times in
the 'back of -the bead. In the auto automobile
mobile automobile were three empty shells.
That was the only evidence obtained
for many months.
On the last day of March 1913,
young Gifford got his father's per permission
mission permission to attend a dance at the
Troy Club with young Boardman
and other school friends in the even evening
ing evening of April 1.
Derrick L. Boardman, young Rai Rai-mey
mey Rai-mey and Schlmon had invitations to
a dinner at the Troy club preceding
the dance. The three other lads
left Gifford about seven o'clock, go
ing to the club. He told them he
would go out for his dinner at some
restaurant and join them at the club
In time for the dance.
Gifford appeared at the Troy Club
about seven o'clock that night. He
was as lively as ever, many there
testified, took just as much interest
in the dance and was as ready as
ever for joking and frollick frollick-ing.
ing. frollick-ing. He went back to the Boardman
house with the other three boys
early in the morning and slept alone
in the room of Henry L. Boardman,
owner of the house.
Gifford Is accused of murdering
Clute between the time .he parted
from the Boardman, Raimey and
Schlmon youngsters about seven
o'clock and his appearance, at the
' The man who hired Clute in
Keelers wore a grey suit, overcoat
EXCEPT THE JOE TIT IS PERM TQ
MEDIATORS. FEDERALS AI!D MCE SIBCED KIOTCfiCl
TO SETTLE TROUDLES III L1EKIC0
and a fedora hat of light color. So
did Gifford at the Troy Club dance.
Clute's body was robbed. The cob cob-tents
tents cob-tents of his pockets including his
wallet, which held his chauffeur's li license
cense license card, were missing when the
body was found,
In the rear of the Boardman
house there is an extension with a
tin roof which continues to -the
other houses on the Tblock. Edward
Fitzgerald, a chauffeur employed by
Henry L. Boar Jman,' while clearing
off the snow noticed a split in the 'tin,
and underneath found Gluteus -wallet
with the license card inside it. It
was just outside the window of the
room in which Gifford slept on the
night of April 1, 1913. Detectives
were now rent out to investigaYonHutionallsts, Luis Cabrera, Ha-
After the arrest of Gifford an
automatic jrevyer was found in a
pawnshop at -Northampton, Mass,,
where Gifford attended school.
Young Gifford had a garage ac account
count account at Brooks Bros., and had pur purchased
chased purchased -with; other things before the
murder a' pair of gloves like those
found on the scene.
One witness for the boy has been
found in the person of Mrs.TMIldred
Thome, of Xo. 12 Phillips street,
Albany. She said that the night
Clute was slain he drove to the- curb
to" speak to her. His passenger was
between twenty-five and thirty years
old and wore a mustache. .Gifford is
Strennoas Ball Game Booked for the
Belleview, June 24 "The Tigers"
(gr-r-r-r-r r-r somebody hold me).
Summerfleld's base ball aggregation
Is scheduled to cross bats 'with the
"Belleview Swatters" on their home
grounds at Belleview, Saturday, June
27, at which time.it is planned that
the Belleview boys will explain In
scientific detail, just how and when
and -where to hit the ball, so as to
make a -proper contact with the Jbat,
in the most forceful way, so that
the ball, after making this aforesaid
contact with the bat, describes a
beautiful parabola, that is a source
of unbounded joy and enthusiasm to
the Belleview rooters, and at the
same time makes the Summerfield
boys lift their eyes to heaven and go
after the ball. .
All .these little things will be ex explained
plained explained in detail, for the reason that
this Summerfield bunch is the class classiest,
iest, classiest, gam est and scrappiest bunch of
ball chasers I have ever seen, and
my advice to every one that should
Xlagara Falls, June 23. Terms
for composing all International dif differences
ferences differences between the United State
and Mexico were concluded last,
night. The conditions under whicla
diplomatic relations win be resumed
were embodied in a protocol signed
(by the ambassador from Brazil, the
ministers of Chile and Argentine and
the American and 'Huerta delegates.
The character of the settlement is
not expected to arouse opposition
from the constitutionalists, wbo
would participate in it, and to oi
large degree It would mould the ad ad-justment
justment ad-justment of all internal disputes.
It- is announced 'that the actoaP
selection, of a provisional president
and the organization of a new gov government
ernment government will be left to an informal'
conf fZppce of representatives of the
fael Zobaran and Jose Vasconceloa,
and the Huerta-delegates to tbe me mediation
diation mediation conference
be so fortunate as to run their eyes:
over the above ebullition, to
and see the game. We -will all
there in the glory to share.
, Mrs. Anna P. W. Dana left for Or
north last Thursday v night. This
only leaves a few of our northern
friends and visitors with us.
. Mr. J. O. 'HIghtower, the boss of
Heather Island, spent Saturday ev
ening In Belleview.
tMr. and Msr. C. W. Quick -and
friends motored over from Candler
Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Strong, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. Strong's mother, -Mrs.
I. X. Nichols, spent .the wees;
end at 4heir cottage at Lake Weir.
Prof. A. B. Connor run down?
from Gainesville last Saturday, and
spent Sunday with his friends, re returning
turning returning to Gainesville, -where be Is
taking a special course of etudies in
the higher branches.
Mrs. Sydney Maddox and son, ac accompanied
companied accompanied bf Mrs. W. R. Kil patrick,
left for St. Petersburg last 'Wednes 'Wednesday.
day. 'Wednesday. .
Miss G. M. Turner made a busi business
ness business trip to Ocala last Wednesday. v
Mr. Wilbur Thompson, of Romeo,
is visiting bis brother Sydney.
Thompson for a few days.
Miss Katheryn Carlisle. and little
sister came up from North Lake
Weir last Wednesday morning and
spent several hours m town.
OPEN ALL SIGHT
. The Merchant's Cafe Is a first -tt
place to take your meals. Open ais&t
and day. J. R. Dewey, p'opris-
Pictures framed promptly at The
Murray Company. .6-25-31
THE OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, JUNE 25 1014
ed. Nobody knows whether Cain
killed ttAbel with a Colt or a Smith &
Wesson, but all seem to agree that
the caliber of the gun was .44.
OCALA EVENING STAR
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PROTECTING THE PEOPLE
Under the head of "Protecting
Millionaires," the Times-Union Sun Sunday
day Sunday printed another of those weari wearisome
some wearisome articles, in which it insists that
the general public Is not affected .by
the Issuance of railroad securities.
One can't help inferring, when he
sees an article of this description in
the T.-U., that it is written at the
dictation of some f atheaded pluto plutocrat,
crat, plutocrat, who may know enough to
stack tip dollars, but 'has no 'more
Idea of law. or public weal than a
cow knows of running a Sunday
school. Such articles are so com
pletely at variance with the ability
generally displayed on the editorial
page of the T.-U., that it is not pos
sible that the .men who write them
do not know that other men of in
telligence, who are the ones they
desire to influence, know better than
to ibelieve them.
In one paragraph, the T.-U. says:
"We do not see how the general
jrablle is affected by the issue of rail railroad
road railroad securities. The people gen generally
erally generally do not own them. The law
that 'would make the government in investigate
vestigate investigate and approve railroad secur securities,
ities, securities, and therefore in a sense guar guarantee
antee guarantee them, -would be a law for the
protection of the rich-alone, for the
poor don't lend money to railroads.
The men who buy railroad securities
are generally supposed to be able to
manage their own affairs. We have
never beard that any of them have
- ever asked the government to take
taere of them, and do not see why it
-jskxcjld do so unasked."
OOl course, (millionaires are so en en-Hrely
Hrely en-Hrely apart from the rest of the
people tfihat money they spend I ool-
vfrect 'fcfrateer on the general public-.
" "i They are, f&ncarding to this, shut off
in & world of their own, and the
- sums Jthey handle are not money In
circulation, but toys for them to
ITne Tv-ITs. statement that it never
oeara cnat any or tnese people assea
' t&Jfs jtawermneni to take care of. thsm
-Ms mot of anything so much as
x thutx abexe is some one always on he I
i.3ftiiJi the T.-U. office to judiciously j
stall a wad of cotton in the editorial j
ears at the proper times The coun coun-tiry
tiry coun-tiry .has been deafened the last half
iX century with either the demands or
csxDplaints of these same gentlemen
tau ixse railroad securities in their
ping pong games. Its true that it is
only lately that they hare begun to
ask. Up to about a decade ago, they
demanded, or rather commanded.
IThe T.-TJ., with a disregard to the
present New Haven scandal that Is
positively stunning, adds this pon ponderously
derously ponderously Solomonic observation a y
The railroads touch the people in
general only in the service they ren render
der render and In the charges they make for
it. Railroads that had swindled in in-.
. in-. restprs in (bonds would be apt to
render to the public as good service
and charge as little for it as those
wUch had floated none but gilt-edged
' The following sentence is the only
,one in the article-that will strike the
4$8Ge reader of the Times-Union as
. sincere-: yr yryv
The Times-Union is not a paper
that would ignore the rights of the
Bait when the T.-U. goes on to
eay, "it thinks the rich have the
same rights as the, poor, and that
each, should be equally protected,"
It Is likely to fetch a sarcastic smile
to the faces of even the bunch it is
published primarily to defend.
The T.-U. disposes of the entire
matter as follows:
"A 'malefactor of great wealth
need not fear the law which would
out the average man: In the peniten
t this because his 't: wealth
burs him exemption? By no means
lie doesn't have to spend a dollar of
St. He is too. valuable as an asset to
agitators to be wasted on the peni penitentiary.
tentiary. penitentiary. (They use him to show the
Amy- neorvle what they will do if
elected to office to stop malefactors
e great wealth from Tobbing-r-one
' inolher. Just how they bring the
petypl iu we do not understand, but
they do it."
Agitators are deemed troublesome
tioole. and if it wasn't for them our
plutocrats could rest in peace. Be
ing so successful in nullifying the
old laws, they wouldn't have to lose
sleep in trying to prevent or thwart
the new laws the agitators strive to
have passed. If It wasn't for these
infernal agitators, from" Wilson
down, this country would soon be in
the state of Arcadian content that
was prevalent in France about A. D.
Editor Codrington of the DeLand
News, which is one of the brightest
weeklies in the state, announces
that he will start a daily in October.
The editor of the Star had the fun
and the work of editing a daily in
DeLand about twenty years ago.
The town supported a daily very well
in the winter, when there were many
tourists, but was not quite equal to
the expense In the summer. But
DeLand Is much larger now, and its
people are not excelled for enterprise
by any in the state. It is due them
that they should have their 4 tele-
graphic news at home instead of hav having
ing having to depend on Jacksonville. Mr.
Codrington is a veteran editor, one
of the most interesting and inde independent
pendent independent in the state, and the Star is
confident that be will give the peo
ple of 'DeLand such a good daily
that they will wonder how they ever
got along without it.
Reports continue to come from
Vera Cruz of persistent sniping at
our soldiers by the federals. If our
exasperated men made a rush some
time, and killed a fear hundred of
the greasers. Secretary Bryan would
probably Insist that they be court-
martialed, but the country would
cheer them to the echo.
Later reports from Belgrade deny
the abdication of King Peter of Ser-
via, and say he only went to Vranja
to take the baths. If .there is any
sovereign in Europe who needs not
only a bath tbut a coat of whitewash.
it Is Peter.
Mr. Roosevelt returned to Xew
York from Europe Wednesday. Its
the opinion of most of his friends
that tie will become a candidate for
governor of Xew York.
Preparations to cross the Atlantic
in a gigantic aeroplane continue.
The voyagers intend to try to fly first
from New .York to the 'Azores, and
from the Azores to Spain. The last
leg of the course will be from Spain
across the Bay of CIscay to England.
'Every few days, we Tead about
some dreadful storm, ,ia which sev
eral people were killed and hundreds
of thousands of dollars worth of
property were destroyed (But it has
been twenty years since we read of
such a storm in 'Florida.
That successful strike of postmen
in France ; doesn't look like govern
ment ownership will take all the in
dependence out of a man.
The Frank case put the kibosh on
Wm. J- Burns, as a great detective,
and the (Mexican troubles will prob probably
ably probably settle Mr. Bryan's hash as a
The way the Palatka News pitches
into 3Ir. H. A. Messer, the state ho hotel
tel hotel Inspector, Is a sad thing to see.
The News alleges that Mr. Messer
showed great partiality In Palatka,
being easy on the Putnam House,
but coming down on the Saratoga
like a thousand of brick.
Federal judges have too much
If Greece has plenty of genuine
descendants of Thermistocles, Aris-
tide.3 and Conon to put aboard the
two battleships she is buying from
the United States, she will be the
indisputed boss of the Aegean.
The recent duel in Georgia, in
nrhih two men killed each other
over a trifling difference, has brought
the usual wave of moralizing about
the nlstol. several of our exchanges
declaring that if there -were none of
the deadly little pocket guns, there
wtiiiH a no V murders. Sad but
true. Everybody knows that nobody
was killed till the pistol wa3 invent
PRESIDENT'S MEXICAN POLICY
The newspapers of the country are j
indulging in considerable specula speculation
tion speculation as to whether the democrats
will win or lose in the fall elections.
Its a common thing in American
politics for a House of Representa
tives unfavorable to the administra administration
tion administration to be elected two years after ai
presidential election. It seems like
Mr. Wilson's conduct of home affairs
has .been satisfactory to the people.
His foreign policy was also satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory until he accepted mediation
meddling In Mexico. Later events
may clean the slate, but at present
the entire country, with the excep exception
tion exception of the members of the high highbrow
brow highbrow class, who often forget to vote,
feels irritated and humiliated. After
putting np with over a year of re repeated
peated repeated Indignation from the Mexi Mexicans,
cans, Mexicans, the administration suddenly
exploded into action over the com comparatively
paratively comparatively insignificant Tanfplco in incident.
cident. incident. Even this might have been
straightened out but for the In Insistence
sistence Insistence of the administration that
the flag be saluted. ; After allowing
the flag to be -used as a foot wiper
and spit target all over Mexico for a
year, this sudden and fierce demand
that it foe saluted by a body of men
who had shown no particular disre disrespect
spect disrespect to it would have seemed funny,
if the results hadn't been so tragic
The fleet was ordered to Vera Cruz,
and then, to keep a German ship
from landing arms for Huerta, that
port was seized after a fight that
cost a score of American lives and
nobody knows how many Mexican.
If the administration had gone right
on. It would have, had the solid sup support
port support of the American people and im impressed
pressed impressed a proper amount Of respect
on the "Mexicans. But It accepted
the interference of the South Am Americans,
ericans, Americans, who are just about such an another
other another bunch of greasers as the Mex Mexicans,
icans, Mexicans, and has made itself ridiculous
ever since. The flag hasn't been
saluted, and outside the range of
our guns : it is less respected than
ever. The German ship went to an another
other another port and unloaded its cargo in
peace, while our powerful fleet was
tied up with diplomatic red tape.
An American soldier strayed from
his comrades and was wantonly
butchered, and nothing was ; done.
All this looks weak and ridiculous
to Americans, -Mexicans and all the
rest of the world, and If it Is kept up,
ft will not be surprising ff the Am American
erican American i people signify an overwhelm overwhelming
ing overwhelming distaste for grapejuice tffpTamacy
at the polls in -November.
Blitcfrton, June 24.-Mrs. J. tR-
Thomas, of Evinston, and family. Is
visiting relatives, s v
'Notwithstanding our 'hard road to
travel, automobiles pass here almost
Crop conditions improved since
The BfTtchtonians are elated (be
cause it is now definitely decided
that from Dunnellon, -via BJitchton
to Gainesville, there win very soon
be, railroad facilities. Then which erf
the two dry towns will ; claim the
traffic of this great and prosperous
section? -;'; H
. Mrsf S. H. Blitch is having desir desirable
able desirable Improvements made to her, al already
ready already commodious residence.:
The iman who produces the
farmer Is the real benefactor
Proof: Tear down our farms and the
grass will grow in the streets of
OcaIa. The man who grows edibles
makes a county and state and con contributes
tributes contributes most to our prosperity.
Speaking of the farmers and his
products, it Is well to state here and
now Ocala Is not enjoying the pros prosperity
perity prosperity which, is her dne. i Why?
Well, good roads should reach all
sections of the county and since our
western territory has been sadly ig ignored,
nored, ignored, -many of her citizens go else elsewhere
where elsewhere to market.
Geiger, June 24.- We are having
some nice rains these days.
Mr. J. A. Weisner continues very
ill. We wish for him a speedy re recovery.
covery. recovery. "Miss Cthel Neal is expected home
this week from Sumner, where she
has been visiting relatives. A
Mr. G. W. Leitner and Mrs. C. L.
Leitner were shopping In MIcanopy
Mrs. F. H. Dreher will take her
departure within the next few days
for Columbia, S. C, to visit relatives
Mrs. B. F. Leitner and her two
pretty little daughters, Caro and
Kathleen, will leave In a few days
for Lexington to visit relatives and
There will be preaching at the
Shiloh church on the fourth Sunday,
, Over-, S7C0XC0.C3
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Everybody be sure and 1 1 '" ' ' ;
The party given at the home of
Mr. J ob Mixon was. a great success.
Everybody had a jolly time.
3Iiss Grade Harroll has returned
home from iMadison, where she has
been attending achooL
Mr. Lonnle Is expecting to leave
for Largo, Friday.
BE SAFE AND SANE
The Lord helps those who help
But it Is not to be expected that
those who deliberately transgress
the laws of nature, either thru Ig Ignorance
norance Ignorance or wilfully, are liable to es
cape the consequences.
Mothers allow their young child children
ren children to play in the crowded street and
blame the automobile driver for the
sad results that calls for a little
white casket. Men and women trifle
with or neglect their sanitary sur surroundings
roundings surroundings and their friends lament
the untimely and premature ending
of a useful career. The fruit is. not
with our stars, but with ourselves,
that we are sickly underlings and
that "wc do not live out the years we
think we are entitled to.
It has taken many ears 1 of sad
experience to teach us the dangers
attending the promiscuous use of
firearms and 'fireworks on or about
the Fourth of July, and even yet
only a few of us fliave a sufficiently
vivid realization of these dangers to
constantly avoid them. The nation nationwide
wide nationwide call for a "safe and sane" ceten
b ration of that day, lias lessened the
old-time harvest of death, but it
hasn't stopped it not yet..
. The two principal Classes of suffer
ers from these patriotic excesses are
the ermafl 'boy, ranging in years from
ten to twelve up to forty and fifty,
and the "Innocent bystander. The
first of these is the aggressor and
the one that has made the Fourth of
July dangerous. The second can't
help himseff. iFor the first ft is
hardly fair to call these happenings
accidental, for every -boy knows the
risk and dares It because he &onestly
-Believes he fs am art enough to es
cape damage. It would almost ap
pear that t&9 real accident occurs
when nothing (happens and no one Is
It is likely that so -long : as -firework;?
are manufactured and so Tong
as the small boy can finance the slt slt-uation,
uation, slt-uation, he will continue to blow off
a few fingers, fin his skin with pow powder
der powder and maim the innocent bystand bystander
er bystander for many Fourths to come, i And
so, as the situation seems inevitable,
ft Is well to be prepared in advance
to render first aid to the injured, or
at least to know In advance what jto
do when such accidents come. ;
The .burns and deeper, wounds
caused by exploding fireworks are
likely to produce tetanus, resulting,
in Its final development, In lockjaw.
The 'horrors of death from this cause
are similar to those of rabbles,
wherein the patient is conscious to
the end, suffering excruciating
Tetanus usualy develops in from
six to eight days lifter injury. Fol Following
lowing Following this the disease speeds rapid rapidly
ly rapidly to its conclusion, and the "time for
treatment is before the tetanus has
a chance to develop. The danger Is
In the delay in getting .treatment,
The only reasonably certain pre preventive
ventive preventive known is anti-tetanic 6erum,
use of which has so largely reduced
the development of tetanus that its
failure is the exception Its ad administration
ministration administration requires the services of
the physician, but every doctor is
prepared to give this treatment.
The danger from such burns is too
serious to be trifled with. While the
injury -may not at first appear dan dangerous,
gerous, dangerous, the chances for Infection are
too many to risk. No sensible man,
who Is not prepared to die, will
gamble with his life with the chanc chances
es chances ten to one against him, when
available medical treatment will In
crease those chances to at least a
hundred to one for recovery.
Therefore, if your patriotism
leads you to disastrous and unex unexpected
pected unexpected happenings, go to the doctor,
and go quick.
Advertise in the STAR for results.
prepared to my vm&TiZsa
qalckly.aBd at tit
I have all the latest arsliaawes for Cotms
Give xae a tzlzl.
Carlisle Dras Store BaSxs
20 Pcf OsqL tied Eblc!2 -EroecSbsd.-
Decs Lcc!i Gccl Co Yea?
Two small four-room tenement houses, in rjscd
condition, lot large enough for; two more fccucca,
in colored section, just west of S., A v L. Railvoyf
on South 3d street, now rented to good' tenants and
paying 20 per cent on the price asked, C600 for the two.
Titles perfect.' If interested see me' at once. They win net be
long on the market at this price..
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we stsits co mss a rm eveot ion we cczzz ro CI
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Vy'Beechact Cr" Apple JeUy, TTserrnrt Peacia Jt
act 97 .Glace Ptam. ., Gassr cad
of Sscar for 01 wit& 01 CmtSh PaiTisaii ef
on 6atvfCa7 aad GUmCay OsJy. y
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If you are' thinking of having yon
PAINTED OR. PAPERED or aiit INTETilin
DECORATING done be sure to see us ixicre
letting your work out. We use nothing but Cret
class material and have had
OVED 0 YEADS EJIPEElEZrcrC
We guarantee to give entire satlsfactisa.
Our motto is "Live and Let Live' -j
S. J. Gz$n a Uc!:s? Tc.
P. O. BOX 423 OCALA, FLA.
The rest room which the OcsSa merchants maiwtala for tbe
of oar oat of town visitors who are in the city for a few hocrs.
with nothing to do is located on the corner of Fort Kins areass
and South Main street, opposite.; 1 the Thens-Zachry furnitcrs
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Lodge a eonYeald t
place to rest daring the day's shopping. The coaTenJences we are
able; to offer At Comfort Los are free and yon are invited ta.
take advantage of them.
JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE
Put Ycz? Ad. to Its SU it yen net OCEin--
Ak otAUl KVK.NOG STAK. THURSDAY, JUXE 23, 1914
DEFENDS MEMORY OF HIS
CAST UPOII IT BY
Ocala, Fla.,- June 23, 1924
Editor 'Star: In your issue of June
22d, there appeared, under the head
of Report of Auditing Company for
the Ocala City Council, certain state statements
ments statements which are calculated to do the
memory of the; late Carlos L. Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk grave Injustice. His friends
and relatires cannot allow-this base basely
ly basely inaccurate report, indicating that
he is a defaulter in the sum of
$6,666.60, to. go unchallenged and
That part of the report to which
we -take special exception is Exhibit
Hj Schedule five, pertaining to his
accounts, wherein the auditing com committee
mittee committee gratuiously gave counsel and
advice to our city council as to how
to run the city's affairs, and display
a grossly careless examination and
evince a determination to do his
memory wrong, by charging him
with amounts' of certificates held by
the former city attorney as well as
for the amount of all unpaid! taxes
on 'real estate prepared by the tax
collector for subsequent years, in including
cluding including those of his predecessor,
crediting him with cash only paid on
the saime, giving him no credit tfor
certificates on hand and uncollected
thereby showing! a large amount
due the city., I delivered to. this
auditing company, certificates on
hand and uncollected amounting v to
$6,167.14, for which he should have
received a credit; these certificates
which I delivered to this company
and which in all fairness and justice
should have been credited to his ac account
count account (having been charged to him)
these same certificates were charged
to Mr. Edwin Spencer, Jr., who suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded my 'brother as city attorney:
The failure on the part of this audit auditing
ing auditing company to make this credit was
basely unfair, arbitrary and unjust,
t am surprised, too, that the city
council having held this report since
February 13, 1914," and having
knowledge of the omission of this
credit, authorized and had published
this report in its erroneous condition
with no explanation whatever, seem seemingly,
ingly, seemingly, rather to choose this injustice
to (be done. Any one with the least
sense imaginable -would, know that
where there is a charge for the full
amount that the amounts paid in in
cash and the return of the certifl-
of, a Kimball Player Piano by
the simple manipulation of a
little lever, concealed under
the key-board of the piano.
This is, the on)y automatic
device that lowers and raises
the pedals, covers and uncov uncov-covers,
covers, uncov-covers, the expression buttons
and locks and unlocks the
piano keys, with one move movement,
ment, movement, while the operator is x
seated at the instrument.
One of the TEN features of the
Hixnball Player Piano
"Never played" pianos taken; in
Sold on partial payment plan If
OCALA V r FLORIDA
cates on hand should be credited and
the difference wuuia-oe'ihe amount
due. This committee in all of its
arrogant wisdom In advising the city
how to collect these accounts was
not wise enough to hare properly
adjusted this account and arrive at
a true balance. The city evidently
having had its accounts in incompe incompetent
tent incompetent hands. I say this because I am
reliably informed that one of the
committee stated that it was not his
purpose to credit the account with
Further information is to the, ef effect
fect effect that within the past month tax
receipts have 'been energetically
sought and are now a part of is
report, although it was closed Feb February
ruary February 13, of this year. Evidencing
the same ignorance and inaccuracy
is the absence from the report of
any receipts which. were; not actually
delivered; -for "instance, C. L. Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk is, charged with receipt to C.
D: Massey for $39.60 u pon ; wrong
land. The receipt was returned and
Mr. .Massey refunded this amount,
yet this auditing committee, In all of
its usual assumed accuracy, has fail failed
ed failed to credit, the same or any part of
k. 'The writer should have tbeen
furnished a copy of the. report and
given an' opportunity to investigate
its errors to the extent that informa information
tion information in his possession would have af afforded,
forded, afforded, as it, is well known that he
had qualified as administrator of the
late city, attorney. Had this been
done this unjust and imperfect re report
port report would not have been published,
nor this letter have ibeen called for
to raise the suspicion of dishonesty
which has been cast upon ; my
With 'proper credits there wquld J
be very little indebtedness and no
necessity lor the city council to with withhold
hold withhold funds due him. They owe 'his
estate a large sum of money for ser services
vices services and are thereby prohibiting or
making it impossible for me to pay
his "debts. - .. ;..
If this New York Auditing Com Company
pany Company that 'has .been paid near $1,000
for their services had .been a little
more careful in properly auditing
the accounts and giving rightful
credits and keeping within the
ibounds of their duty less injustice
would have .been done -nd the city
would come nearer getting value re received
ceived received for money paid them.
S. T. Sistrunk.
THE IGNORANT MASSES
The Social Uplifters, those eminent
: sifters '. .
Of merit and poor people's deeds.
Went down to the slums to regener
And to do meritorious deeds.
We washed them, we dressed them
With libraries blessed them.
We prayed with those ignorant mobs.
And the wretches were hateful,
and vilely ungrateful.
And said what they wanted was
jobs! -. :.; :
Our noble committee then searched
thru the city
To find all the fallen and lost!
We learned how they came to he liv
ing in shame
This mind you at no little cost.
We swamped them with tracts and
But the creatures -were terribly
They acknowledged 'twas nice to be
free from all vice,
But they said what they wanted
They're just as God made them it's
useless to aid them,
The rates -who do not ask for re reform;
form; reform; :
Intellectual -.feasts are all wasted on
Who want to be fed and kept
Let them keep their alloted position,
' ; besotted
And blind! .When you bid them
: advance ;
Those Ignorant asses, the underworld
. V;: classes ;
Will say all they want is a chance!
DEAFNESS CAXXOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the eustachian tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rum rumbling
bling rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deafness Is
the result, and unless the inflamation
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 circulars,
lars, circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CQ.,
Sold by all druggists, 75c. 'Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
YOUNG JERSEY MILK
COWS FOR SALE
JUST WHAT SHE NEEDED
; There is an old saying that "there
Is a remedy for every ill." It is
sometimes years before you find the
remedy exactly suited to your case.
Mrs. Rachel Cribley, Beaver Dam,
Ohio, was sick for two years with
stomach trouble and constipation.
She writes, "My neighbors spoke so
enthusiastically of Chamberlain's
Tablets that I procured a bottle of
them. A few days' treatment con convinced
vinced convinced me that they were just what
I needed. I continued to use them
for several weeks and they cured me.
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
WOODMfc OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp .No. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. evry second
and foarth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns alwavf welcome. Adv.
:K. J. Burden, C. C
Chas K. Sage, Clerk.
This bank is always open until 8
o'clock In the evening on Saturdays
and Mondays ; on other days of the
week it closes at 3 o'clock in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The bank will observe all
legal holidays, both state and na
tional, and will remain closed on
George Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-1 9-tf
ESTIU Y NOTICE
Twenty-five head of young Jersey
inilk cows with young calves for
sale. WilLsell singly or a3 a whole.
This is a splendid opportunity for
some one wishing to start a dairy.
H. H. Whitworth. Ocala, Fla. 6 13 tf
HOT WEATHER TONIC
AND HEALTH BUILDER
Are you run down nervous- tir tired?
ed? tired? Is everything you do an effort?
You are not lazy you are sick!
stomach, liver, kindeys and whole
system need a tonic. A tonic and
health builder to drive out the waste
matter build you up and renew
your strength. Nothing better than
Electric Bitters. Start today. Mrs.
James Duncan, Haynesville, Me.,
writes: "Completely cured me after
several doctors gave me up." 50c and
$1, at your druggist.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve for cuts.
Tues Thurs. Frl. wkly.
Ol'EN DAY A TP H1UHT
Merchant's Cafe. A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and .lnnche
at any hour. Adv.
OCALA PUBLIC LIBRARY
On April 7th I took up a dark bay
mare, blind in one eye, both front
feet scarred. Owner can have same
by paying for this advertisement and
cost of keep. J. B. Stanley, Morris Morris-ton,
ton, Morris-ton, Fla. .. 6-3-lm
Open daily except Sunday from" 3
to 5 p. m. Board of Trade rooms.
Ocala House block.
Louise, E. Gamsb. librarian
Greatest of ill
The most wonderful thing ia the world
la love expressed in the helpless infant.
And among those
aids and conforts for
expectant mothers Is
the well known
This is an external
application to enable
the abdominal mus muscles
cles muscles to become more
pliant, to expand
undue pain, from the
strain upon cords and ligaments.
Applied as directed upon those muscles
Involved it soothes the fine network of
nerves with which all the muscles, are
supplied. Thus a great share of the pains
bo much dreaded may be avoided and the
period of expectancy passed la comfort.
There Is no question but what such
relief has a marked influence vpoa the
general health of the mother.
In a little book ser.t by mail much use useful
ful useful .Information is given to inexperienced
mothers. It tells how to use 'Mother's
Friend" and how to avoid caking breasts.
It has been prepared in our laboratory
for over forty years and Is known favor favorably
ably favorably to most druggists everywhere. Get
i bottl to-day and write for book to
Bradfield Regulator Co.. 309 Lamar Bid?
Atlanta. Ga. Be sure to ask and
see that you get "Mother's Friend."
Even the dramatic critic says all
he wants Is a fair show.
The love of money proves that the
world is full of rooters.
A theory is anything that is easier
to preach than to -practice.
When weighing -the new babj
den't use the iceman's scales.
A friend is one who allows you to
prove anything you say, by htm.
Some girls wpn't ibelieve a man is
in love with them if he don't act
like a fool.
It's surprising how many friends
you have when you don't need them.
Men are never criticised for what
they do If they never do anything.
Garbage ani love 'letters should
be burned before they cause troubled
The ;world goes around, but many
a man feels that he doesn't get his
, To err is human and. to blame it
on the other fellow is still more so.
m m m
Many a man brags about a future
that is already overshadowed by. his
Wouldn't there be something do
ing if Wilson only said: "Sic 'em,
No man who is a poor provider
should expect his wife to be a good
Almost any diplomatic female can
teach a man to think he is teaching
Satan furnishes his own gasoline
when you permit him to act as your
Some people indulge in the past-
time of spliting hairs until they
haven't any left.
If every man Is the architect of
his own fortune, the world is full of
'Men. and women take desperate
chances sometimes -for instance,
when they, get married.
f There never was a surer way to
get behind the .bars than to stand too
much In front of them.
" You cannot grasp the propor
tions of a man's (business by the
number of keys on his key-ring.
If it were really true that man
wants but littfle here below, we
should all get -what we want.
The only way to keep an expert
burglar from unlocking your door
Is to leave it unlocked.
A girl never likes the idea of be
ing squeezed in a crowd she pre
fers having it done In private.
The way to win in an argument
with a woman is to state your side
of the case, and then .walk off.
Don't judge by appearances; many
a man who -wears brogans leaves his
foot-prints in the sands every time.
Did you ever notice that when a
baby isn't saying a blamed thing, al almost
most almost any mother can e"ll you exactly
what it Is saying?
The opinion is entertained by
many women that If they spend too
much time on the children, it hurts
their .bridge game.
The man with the hoe grows a lit
tle scarcer every spring, as the farm
ers have a preference lor the tools
they can sit down on.
Much sentiment is expressed in
favor of a law to prohibit men from
sticking their eyes Into women's pro protruding
truding protruding hat feathers.
Tenpins are recommended for
girls who desire to have nicely
rounded arms. But won't the broom
afford about the same kind of exer
One of the pathetic little features
of everyday life is the way almost
every man who owns a dress-suit
has an idea that he's a pretty fair
The old fashioned 'boy who used
to get a penny for turning the
handle of the clothes wringer for his
mother on wash day. now has a eon
who cusses every time he has to
crank up -his auto engine.
Ycpiir SiMiMir Hadim
Is Not Complete
If you do not have a musical Instrument to while away the Ions;
evenings the VICTROLA' just fills the bill; it ean be operated
by anyone and with no effort; it reproduces the music of the
greatest musicians; then, (too, if you want' the lighter music,
monologues, dialogues of wit and humor yon have them right ml
hand. If there is any one thing that adds to the real pleasures
of a Bummer vacation in the country by the lake side, seaside,
or in the mountains, it is the delightful entertainment to be
furnished by one of these splendid Instruments. We have them
in many styles ready for immediate delivery at prices ranging
from $13 to $250, and hundreds of the most' popular records
made. Before you complete your outfit for the Vacation, come
in and let us show you how you may add much to its pleasures
with a VICTROLA.'
; V rnoxE ix for catalogue.
A. R IMSF0M3),
Ocala Aflency for LUDDEN & DATES,
Phone 207 : Opposite Barrinaton Doll
Am EHecMc Fam ?
n HAVE THEM
lira ABB SM2S3
s i r
THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEC
iliiwi moi parlors ini'il1nj! piiw'
Length SCO feet; hnmith $3 fort, lnc-, 519
em. Create in coat Urrer ia all BroportkM
inland water of th worM. Iaaervio juna ISlk.
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Daily BUFFALO and CLEVELAND--My l.t toD-c.iet
7JAM8AJTrj.BaflmW V- 1 M A. M. s
i at CVrelnd tot TwtJmJtmv.TmlmU. Detreitaad aB peiaMWa
Ask tow ticket aceat far tickets viC A B. Lie. Write as far 1
THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRAHSIT CO, CI.tU.(' O.
r.aarloa County Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
First consideration and especial attaatlon giTeu to small ttmeta,
YOCLL CAPTIVATE IIEir
if you make us your Tailors. T7e
will make you charmingly present present-able
able present-able in yonr outward appeaiw ice.
As stylish Tailors we easily take th
lead In this vicinity. The best ma materials,
terials, materials, choicest patterns, sure
stylish cut, and careful ff"f,g
make the men who wear our Cults
the enTled among their fellows.
And they are generally first favor favored
ed favored with the ladles, too.'
TODD fit (COIMIIPAPY.
Opposite narriKto Hall Ilotcl
ocd. 4 v j nra ocala fventxg star, thcrsday, jtne ss. 1014
(If you hare any items for this
Miss Irma Blake, who ha3 been
visiting in Lake City since the close
of the Woman's College in Tallahas Tallahassee,
see, Tallahassee, arrived home last night. 'Miss
Blake was the guest of an! aunt In
(Mrs. -Rexie Green Todd and Miss
, Hexie Todd leave Monday week for
a two months' stay in Asheville, X.
C. .after which they will go to
Nashville, -where the latter will en enter
ter enter Peabody College for the winter.
En route home Mrs. Todd will visit
her eon, Dr. Ben Todd In Atlanta.
Mr. Wiley Burford, who has been
visiting his brother, Mr. R. A. Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, Jr., in Boston since the close
of Princeton University, will return
.home tomorrow night.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bryant and
young son leave about the first for
Hendersonvllle, N..C, to remain for
Mr. and Mrs. R.
Adams, will leave
Lafayette, Ala., to
T. Adams and
From there they will return to At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta for a few days stay, after
Which Mr. Adams will return home
and Mrs. Adams and daughter will
proceed to Franklin, X. C, to spend
the remainder of the summer.
Miss Blair Woodrow was up from
Wood-mar today, coming especially to
meet Miss Sarah Awl, who arrived
this afternoon from her home in
South Carolina, to -visit her. Miss
Woodrow and her guest will go to
the lake on the evening train.;
"Mrs. W. D. Ritchie and son will
pend six -weeks of the summer
"vlBitiug relatives in Atlanta and
. Milledgeville, Ga. They will leave
-some time after the first week In
' July. .- ;; :
iMessrs. Brantley and Paul Weath Weath-,
, Weath-, rs sailed today from New York far
"Jacksonville, where they will make
asbxief visit to their sister, Mrs. G.
IL Ford (before returning home.
-"-The .JIessrs.. Weathers will graduate
. next year, the former. in law, from
Columbia University and the latter
vfrom Amherst College, Amherst,
-. Mass. The past few days Mr.
Varantley Weathers has been at Am Am-,
, Am-, J iierst attending his class reunion.
:aJrs. Chas. E. Brown, formerly of
'this city, ibut now of Webster, motor motor--
- motor-- ed tip this morning from South Lake
Weir in, Mr. Brown's auto, accom accom-paaied
paaied accom-paaied by the Misses Myrtle Hickey,
Nannie Faulkner and" Irene Gates.
iMr. and Mrs. I. E. Davidson
I8burg are In the city today.
Mr. and iMrs.
H. Barnett of Cot-
ton Plant, who
ive been guetss at
the home of th
ir daughter, Mrs.
cor some time, have
sxrasy friends wfio will regret to hear
of the continued illness of the latter.
Miss Mary Lou Luckie left this
morning for Lakeland where she
."will visit friends for several wVeks.
IMiss Patsy Morris, one of De De-Lana's
Lana's De-Lana's charming girls, is the guest
of Miss Ellen Stripling.
Mrs. iE.'A. Burnett and children
left this .morning for Ocala for a few
week's visit to Mrs. iBurnett's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smoak.
Mrs. D. G. Burnett, who has been
on an extended visit to relatives In
Tampa and Lakeland, returned home
IMrs. Harvey Hutchinson and
Tretty daughter Sarah of Gaines
ville, are guests of Mrs. H. M.
Hampton for a few days.
iMrs. Black well and daughter,
IVorothy will arrive tomorrow from
Gainesville to visit the former's
.schoolmate, Mrs. H. M. Hampton for
Miss Mabel Bachelder, who at attended
tended attended the Ep worth League confer conference
ence conference in St. Petersburg last week,
.remaining over to visit relatives for
a. few days, has returned home.
Miss Leeie l3litch returned to
BDtchton today fafter a diifeliii
rusit of ten daysiteriS3 Clara John-
and Miss Adele Bittinger.
Airs. W. T. AJlsop and smart
.young son of Alexandria, La., arriv arriv-?t
?t arriv-?t this afternoon from Owens1oro,
i Tfcj where they have been visiting
'relatives for some time, and; are
department oall phone 106)
guests of iMrs. G. T. Maughs. As
Miss. Jessie Palmer, Mrs. Allsop was
one of Ocala's most popular and
charming young ladies and her visit
of several weeks will be a source of
pleasure to a large circle of friends.
. jiiss xary jtjuriora pleasantly en
tertained the members of the young
ladies' nullo club this afternoon at 4
o'clock. There were three tables of
congenial players and the f games
composing the four progressions,
proved mo3t interesting.
The prizes for top score were a
daintily embroidered guest towel and
a pretty evening ag, and after they
were awarded, sandwiches and iced
cold fruit punch was served.
The dozen players included the
hostess, "Mrs. R. A. Burford, Jr.,
Mrs. C. B. Ayer, Mrs. C. R. Kreger,
Misses Clara Johnson, Eugenia Ful Fuller,
ler, Fuller, Bettie Molver, Marie von Engel Engel-ken,
ken, Engel-ken, Alice Bullock, Annie Davis,
Hope Robinson and Annie Atkinson.
, A Pleasant Party
A merry party of boys and girls
met at the hospitable home of Mrs.
G. D. Washburn on Wednesday after-
tnoon at 3:30.
The party was composed of mem
. i 1 a .
Ders or lae meaai contest class as
Lindner "McConn, 'Ardis Bray, Ire
land Jones, Patsey Gillen, Esther
Perry, Cevie Roberts, Flora Polly,
'Elizabeth Co wdrick, Maryela Bray
and Alithea Ashley, the winners of
the prizes, Lindner McConn and Es Esther
ther Esther Perry, being the guests of hon honor.
or. honor. Music and games were indulged
in to heart's content, after which
ample justice was done to the re refreshments
freshments refreshments served in the dining
room, consisting of sandwiches, de delicious
licious delicious cake, v pineapple nectar and
When all repaired to their re respective
spective respective homes (t was with happy
hearts and smiling faces and with
the hope of a speedy repetition of
such an enjoyable occasion.
(Mrs. S. W. Igou and two youag
sons left this afternoon for a visit to
the former's parents at Palmetto.
Before returning in August, Mrs.
Igou and children will .be guests of
Mr. and iMrs. W. M. Igou in Eustis.
Miss Edna Walton of Miami is a
guest of her aunt, Mrs. E. F. Xew Xew-port
port Xew-port of sEastlake. Miss Walton is an
employee of the iMiami Metropolis.
Mrs. W, A. Scott and daughters,
Misses -Helen and Sarah, returned
yesterday afternoon from a two
weeks stay in a cottage at Eastlake.
They had a most pleasant time there.
SILVER MEDAL CONTEST
I There will be another silver medal
contest at the Airdome on Thursday
night when the following program
will be carried out.
Recitations by James Brinson,
Kenneth Stroman, Reece Hunnlcut,
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.
SIDEBOARD FOR SALE
Fine golden oak sideboard with
30x30 beveled mirror, 4 8-inch top,
serpentine front, three drawers and
china closet; original cost $50. Will
sell for $20 cash. E. C. Jordan &
Co., W. Broadway. 6-25-6t
FOURTH OF JULY PICNIC
All are cordially invited to attend
the picnic in oak grove, near the
Christian church, two miles east of
Connor, on the Fourth of July. Come
one and all and celebrate with us.
Baseball enthusiasts, especially in
Florida, will learn with delight of
the arrival of a young son at the
home of the captain of the New York
Giants.- Mr. Larry Doyle came to
Florida for his bride, Mrs. Doyle be being
ing being before her marriage. Miss Ger Ger-trude'McComb
trude'McComb Ger-trude'McComb of Sanford, and for a
wedding trip they circled the globe
in company with the Giants. Mrs.
Doyle was shown marked attention
by the rulers of several of the f or or-eign
eign or-eign countries visited.
15 We have on hand ten brand new
extension golden oak dining tables
with non-dividing pedestals, 42-inch
top, 6-foot extension, which we will
close out at $10 each. These are
$20 -values and will not last long. E.
C. Jordan-fc Co., W. Broadway. 25 6t
BOARD OF TRADE
MEETING CALLED OFF
President MaeKay has called off
the Board of Trade meeting set for
this erening. This Is because Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Rooney and a number of the
members went to Gainesville to at attend
tend attend the transportation meeting.
Two baseball teams, one consist consisting
ing consisting mostly of the regulars, the other
of the bank clerk's and their friends,
are having a game at the hall park
this afternoon: The line-uos are
Regulars: Davis, c; Pat Anderson,
p; McLeod, lb; Bullock, 2b; Wilder,
ss; Dewey, 3b; Dinkins, If; Dodge,
cf; Batts, rf.
Bank clerks: Brown, c; Chazal, p;
L. Anderson, lb; McCane, 2b; Ze Ze-wadski,"
wadski," Ze-wadski," ss; Xewsom, 3b; Luckie, c;
Clifford Anderson, If; Geiss ,rf.
Secretary Rooney came up from
the lake this afternoon, and tho suf
fering from his wounded leg, gather
ed up several friends and went to
Gainesville to attend the important
meeting to be held there this after
noon and evening.
While walking down the track to
uoodmar Tuesday night, June 16,
Mr. 'Rooney stepped thru a cattle
guard, skinning his left leg badly.
He has suffered from it a good deal,
and should be keeping quiet, but felt
it was absolutely necessary for him
to go to Gainesville.
SOME FINE FLORIDA PRODUCTS
The Carn-Thomas Co. has on sale
some or the finest home cured meat
we have ever seen. The meat is as
well smoked and attractive in looks
and a3 fine In flavor as you ever tast
ed. There is jowl, sides, hams and
shoulders, also lard in 50-pound
cans. This company has In bulk
cucumber pickles, put up by Mr,
Whitworth a plain sour pickle ,put
up with spice and cannot be beat.
This store pushes ahead of foreign
products at all times the products of
our home people, be they fruit or
vegetable, meats, lards, syrup, hon honey
ey honey or what-not, and In the course of
a season it handles nany thousands
of dollars Torth of. Marion county
products. This method whelps ; the
company, helps the producer' and
helps the families who consume the
products, for the consumer has the
'best and the freshest it is possible to
CAPT. INGLIS FORD CAR
Capt. John L. Inglis, president of
thVDunnellon Phosphate Co., which
with Its allied interests' is the large
est company of its kind in the state,
was in town yesterday afternoon and
bought a Ford roadster from .Mr.
Edward Tucker, and Mr. Peyton
Bailey drove the captain to Dunnel Dunnel-lon
lon Dunnel-lon in the car. The captain bought
the car for the hard work of the
company's men in the mining sec section
tion section where he said it would do bet better
ter better than any one he knew of.
ANOTHER STORE ENTERED
Xorth Magnolia street merchants
seem to be the favorite -brand for
(burglars of late. Last night some
one entered the store of C. Chesna
at the corner of Magnolia and Xorth
Fifth streets and rifled the cash
drawer, securing in the neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood of fifty dollars.
(Entrance to the building was
made through a rear window.
The Chesna family occupy the
second story of the .building, but
were not disturbed during the night
and the burglary was only discover discovered
ed discovered when the store was opened this
This is the fourth burglary that
has taken place on Xorth Magnolia
within the past two weeks, heginning
with a big haul of cigarettes from
the Moses Produce Company, a quan quantity
tity quantity of eatables at the Heintz Bak Bakery,
ery, Bakery, nearly $150 cash from the
Arabian Company, and last night's
raid on the Chesna store for all the
Whoever is doing this thieving is
evidently well acquainted with the
surroundings and never leaves the
A number of postoffice money or orders
ders orders was a part of the haul from the
Arabian Company and these were
found in a yard nearby next day.
The golfers of the two Carolinas
are having a tournament in Ashe Ashe-ville,
ville, Ashe-ville, XV C, this week, the opening
play starting Tuesday morning with
an innovation tournament, open to
both professional and amateurs. Mr.
Clarence Camp was matched against
E. J Slayberry of Charleston and
their scores for the thirty-six holes
were 173 and 177, respectively. Mr.
Bonnor and Dunham from Charlotte
' i!3 "lv . ;.
. Sloe; lepaSiit
I vfscoP -vj
- Children's Scuffle Shoes V
I fcl. MASTBtS C(L,:j
j OCALA, - FLORIDA
i .. .
won. with a, 151 score each. A con
test for the amateur championship
started yesterday and numbered
among the contestants are (Messrs.
Clarence and Jack Camp, and the
former will 'be one of thtrfour com
posing the Asheville team, playing
for the Caper's memorial cup against
four other teams.
Keep your papers in a Globe-
Wernlcke filing cabinet and it will
save ttme and trouble. For sale at
The Murray Company. 6-2 5-3 1
COUGHS AXD OOIiDS
Continued coughs, colds and broa-
ehral troubles are depressing aad
weaken the system. Loss of weight
and appetite generally follow. Get
50 c. bottle of Br. King's New Dis
covery today. It will stop your
cough. The first dose helps. The
best medicine for stubborn coughs,
colds and all throat and lung trou
bles. Mr. O. H. Brown, Muscatine,
Ala., writes: "My wife was sick
during the hot summer months and
honestly believe Dr. King's New
Discovery saved her life." Good for
children. 50c. and $1 at your drug druggist,
gist, druggist, tues-thurs-fri&wky
' KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. M. Gober C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
CONCORDIA LODGE F. OF A.
Concordia i-oage. Fraternal Union
of America, meets lr Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursaay evening' of
each month. Geo. L- Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. kd
ITCHY SKIN TROUBLES
"I could scratch myself to pieces"
13 often heard from sufferers of Ec Eczema,
zema, Eczema, tetter. Itch and similar skin
eruptions. Don't scratch stop the
itching at once with Dr. Hobson's
Eczema Ointment. Its first applica application
tion application starts healing; red rough, scaly,
itching skin is soothed by the heal healing
ing healing and cooling medicines. Mrs. C.
A. Einfeldt, Rock Island, IlL. after
using Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment,
writes: "This is the first time In
rine years I have been free from the
dreadful ailment." Guaranteed. 50c,
at your druggist. Tue Thur fri w.
Own your own home by buying a
modern bungalow on easy terms of
the Ocala Lumber & Supply Com Company.
pany. Company. 5-15-tf
Complete Liee 6fS
Royal v M
PALM BEACH POLISH
Whit Buck Powder
lest fond, Waited, Fcr Sab
Fcr nct and Similar lecal li:s,
FOR RENT S 10
- right party, a
tage; best neighborhood. ACJiUjH
Star office. 5-29-tf
FOR SALISOne iarga horse tar
good condition; one vgood wark
mule. Ocala Lumber A Supply
Company. 6-2S-tf ;
WANTED C9 MEN to join tb
Brotherhood Baraca Class, city
balL See R. B. Bowers. 5-20-tf
WANTED Subscribers of the Star
to tell their neighbors of the plan4V
now in force for giving cash cou-i
pons to subscribers. 5-20-tf-
FOR SALE Thorbughbred Shet Shetland
land Shetland "pony, saddle, bridle and blax
ket; prettiest outfit in this sectiontc
$85 gets the outfit. Apply at thlf
Star office. 6-16-6t
LOST On Sunday between Wenona
street end Methodist church, a
cresent shaped Masonic breast breastpin
pin breastpin the wife and daughters', de degree;
gree; degree; Inscribed F. N. D. O. S.
B. T. K. C. Return to L. T. Izlar
and receive reward. 6-2 2-6 1 v
WANTED Small second hand elec electric
tric electric fan; must be in good repair
and low in price, for cash. Address
, "Fan," care Star office. 6-22-6t
FOR SALE I have a lovely home
for sale on Oklawaha avenue, and
the price Is right. S. S. Savage,
Jr.. Ocala, Fla. 6-2 2-1 2 1
FOR RENT Five room cottage with
all modern conveniences; desira desirably
bly desirably located. Apply to Mrs. Jake
Brown, N. Tuscawilla St.' 6 23 6t
FOR SALE Modern bungalow in
Lin wood Heights. Inquire of the
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.5-15 tf
WANTED Table boarders during
summer months; rates reasonable.
Mrs. J. W. Davis. 219 E. Oklawa Oklawaha
ha Oklawaha avenue. Phone 148 6-25-
FOUND Some weeks ago, solid
gold breastpin of odd design.
Owner can obtain same (by ideatl-
fvinic DroDerty and pavinaL ex-1
penses. H. Raysor. 6-"25-3t
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODC3
tr M- meeU on th flrrt ttw
Baxter Carn, W.
.Jake Brown, Secretary.
ALTVAYH LEAD TO
Serious sicknesses start tn disor disorders
ders disorders of the stomach, liver mad kid kidneys.
neys. kidneys. The best corrective and pre preventative
ventative preventative Is Dr. King's New Life
Fills. They purify the blood pre prevent
vent prevent constipation, keep liver, kid kidneys
neys kidneys and bowels In healthy condi condition.
tion. condition. Give yon better healtk r rfJ-
iling the system f fermenting and
gassy zooos. .Effective and, mild. 25c
at your druggist, tues-thurs-fri-wky
u.a.u m Aruics BBiTe tor ui oniu.
LdTertise in the STAR for
r -!HULY 3rd!,
Atlantic Coast Lin
Atlanta, Ga 6.00
Birmingham, Ala .........
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Chattanooga, Tenn ........
Richmond, Va. ........ 10.00
Norfolk, Va........... ..... lO.'OO
Wilmington, N. C 8.00
. Tickets sold July 3rd, from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville only. Final limit July 14th.
GOOD ON ALL TRAINS.
f For Information call on ,or write
A. W. FRITOT. JD. P. A-, 0 .,,
A. C. Lr R. R-, Jacksonville, Fla.
KIRKLAND, D. P. Al,
Phone 132, Tampa,-Fix.
TUB OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, JUNE 23. 1914
Inside and Outside
'' ant tb
r y or by inactivity
If yoa would be
healthy, strong and,
happy. Baths keep the skin
n andin good condition. But
what about the inside of the body?
Yoa can no more afford to neglect it
. 1 Ti
i man me outsme. is is jusi as import import-at
at import-at the system be cleansed of the poisonous
caused by weakness of the digestive organs
of the liver.
- (In Tablet rIJkrtsfcS Form)
Clcar.3C3 l:e STatsri cs J more. It puts the liver fa such a condition of ;
health th&t it'pariSes th3 tlood- -aj it sliccid. It helps the stomach
digest food so that it makes good bloodrici, red Llo6d to noarish and
strengthen-all the organs.
Yoa may avail yourself of lis tonic, revivifying ir.(!aence by getting a
bottle or a box of tablets f roia your msdicine dealer cr send 50c for a
trial box. Addrea as Lc-low
1 1 f7 17 Dr Pierce Common Sense Medical Adviser a French eloth bound book of
W If 1 I lOU8p5renn reeeiptof 31 one-cent stamps to cover .miHng charsea. Addreaa
AUjlJ Dr. V.M. Pierce. Buffalo, N.Y.
WHEX YOU "TRF' OUR HARDWARE ONCE, l'OU WILL
' : f ;.- .;
ALWAYS "BUY" IT AGAIN. YOU WILL FIND THAT OUR
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THE RULE OF OUR BUSINESS IS TO ALWAYS GIVE AX
UPRIGHT QUALITY AXD KEEP THE PRICE DOWXRIGHT
low. ' ':,
AXD WE CARRY THE STOCK.
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Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.
FOR THE BRIDE
THE PRESENT YOU SEND WILL BE A MEASURE OF YOUR
AFFECTION; LET YOUR PRESENTS FOR THE BRIDE AND
GROOM. COME FROM OUR S TORE AND THE Y WILL KNO W
YOU HOLD THEM IN HIGH ESTEEM.
OUR JE WELR Y 'AND SILVERWARE WILL ALSO S TAND
THE STRAIN OF TIME OUR CUT GLASS IS EXQUISITELY
A. E. BURNETT,
The Reliable Jeweler, Merchants' Block, Ocala, Fla.
We are equipped with the Latest, Largest, Best Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.
All work Guaranteed to e First-Class. I
Bring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes nought.
jFSSK and FIRESTONE TERES
of all sizes and rims, always in stock
PAVflES, The Tire Man
Phone 438. OCALA, FLORIDA"' Main St-, near PostofOce.
SUFFRAGETTES WILL AGAIN
IIEX PARTY WILL HAVE LEADERS IX THE XATIOXAL CAPITAL
x Washington, June 5. Saturday,!
June 27, Is to be the culmination of
the great 3Iay 2. demonstration At
that time the large lumber of peti petitions
tions petitions from every, part of the country
will be presented to Congress. They
will be presented by Dr. Anna How Howard
ard Howard Shaw, president of the' National
American Woman Suffrage 'Associa 'Association,
tion, 'Association, 'Miss Jane Addaxns, the .-.vice-president
and Mrs. Desha Breckin Breckinridge,
ridge, Breckinridge, of Kentucky. These three
women representing the great suf suffrage
frage suffrage organization of the country.
will meet Vice President "Marshall in
his office and present the petitions
which are to be sent to the Senators
and introduced in the Senate indi individually
vidually individually by each Senator from the
state from whence they came.. In
the House the committee will pre present
sent present the petitions first to Speaker
Clark and then they will (be sent to
the different members for presenta presentation
tion presentation to the House. These petitions
will show the extent of the demon demonstration
stration demonstration of May 2 better than any any-anything
anything any-anything else that has occurred.
The demonstrations were held in
every state and in most -of the con congressional
gressional congressional ditricts. The National
Congressional committee believes
that these petitions will show Con Congress
gress Congress the widespread sentiment of
woman suffrage in such a way as to
insure a vote upon the suffrage
amendment at the present session of
Opponents of woman suffrage
resort to almost 'anything to make
a point against suffrage, even to the
extent of false interviews. Dr. Anna
Howard Shaw, president of the na-
j tional association, has denied em
phatically a purported interview in
which she was quoted as saying that
the marriage institution -was a fail failure.
ure. failure. Dr. Shaw's statement is as fol follows:
lows: follows: "The purported interview tele telegraphed
graphed telegraphed from Philadelphia that I
stated that the marriage ceremony
: had outlived its usefulness and
should be relegated to oblivion,' fs
absolutely without foundation.
'"I had no such Interview with any.
reporter; nor did I express my views
on marriage to any reporter since
generally about the advancement of
vroman. iMr. Fitch is a well known
humorist, the author of the Siwash
stories.and a very interesting speak speaker.
er. speaker. The. .Washington Woman Suf Suffrage
frage Suffrage Co ncil which is an auxiliary
of the National Congressional Com
mittee, is doing splendid work in the
capital, and its success is due to the
energy and activity of Mrs. Glenna
Smith Tinnln, president of the coun council.
Senator Sutherland, of Utah, Is a
member of the woman suffrage com committee
mittee committee of the Senate and has sup supported
ported supported three different resolutions
that have been reported from his
committee during the present Con Congress.
gress. Congress. Senator Sutherland believes
in suffrage thoroughly, but thinks
that there is much work yet to be
done in the states. "Suffrage is com coming,"
ing," coming," said the Utah Senator. "The
sentiment in favor of giving women
the ballot is growing so rapidly in all
parts of the country that some day
it is going to come with a rush and
the people will wonder why there
was ever any question about denying
women the right to vote. It will only
Tequire a few more states to join the
suffrage ranks before the whole
country will decide that it is just and
right. It Is necessary for the women
who are interested to keep on with
their work, and much good will be
done suffrage everywhere."
Mrs. Anlonet S. iFunk of the Na National
tional National Congressional committee, 6ays
that the decision or -the supreme
court validating the woman suffrage
law in Illinois is going to have a far
reaching effect on the politics of
that state. She believes that it is
going to get a constitutional amend amendment,
ment, amendment, in spite of the barriers which
have been erected in Illinois against
amending the constitution, than ever
before. x The fact that women vote
for so manyv different municipal of officers
ficers officers and judges is ibound to have a
great influence In .the future. The
women will be in position to force
the political organizations to grant
Always Sec Uo Dcfcjc Yea Cny.
All Doxia Fide Deals and Guaranteed ItHcs
40 acres lying between Orange Avenue and Lake Weir road,
cleared and fenced... ..'.(SO per acre
25 acres between Orange Avenue and Lake Weir road, borders on
'both roads. Fine land, exceptional proposition for country
residence. Less than two miles from city.
$5,000 City property investment bringing 16 Interest" f
? 6,000 Business Block. Will S?rlng 12. I
We also want to borrow $2,500.00 on. improved real" estate;
will give first mortgage, and money,' will be used to Improve prop property.
erty. property. .-.V-V -:;; j
"we sell the EAirrn
them what they want. Beyond
my return from Europe until these j questIon the ininols legislature will
uaruieu BiattMiieuis appearea in. puo- do itg best tQ SUDmit an entire SUf-
"A long time since, when the
question of leaving the word 'obey'
out of the marriage ceremony was
under discussion, I did make the
statement that there were many fea features
tures features of the present church marriage
ceremony which should ibe obliterat obliterated
ed obliterated and mentioned the word abey
which I considered to be essentially
immoral, because for any adult hu
man being to pledge for a series of J
years in advance to Obey any other
human ibeing without knowing what
will 'be demanded of her, is essen essentially
tially essentially immoral.
"I also spoke of the part in which
the woman is given away as. being
antiquated and belonging to the time
when women were not recognized
as a distinct human entity, but as
belonging to the male members of
'. "These two points in the marriage
ceremony, f think are out of place
at the present time and so stated.
But so far from stating that a mar marriage
riage marriage ceremony was out of place, my
whole ideal of marriage is so high,
that I feel these changes should be
made, because I think the marriage
ceremony too sacred a thing to have
incorporated In it anything which
is unworthy or does not belong to
the thought of our age.
I did state that I have no set cere
mony for all couples whom I marry,
because 'I feel that marriage is an in individual
dividual individual and personal affair, and
that each marriage is a personal af affair
fair affair and that each ceremony fchould
be adapted to those who take part in
"In fact, my Ideal of marriage is
so much higher than the Ideal which
the critics hold, that I think it Is too
sacred a subject, and the relation too
sacred a relation to be entered into
lightly or without due consideration.
And for that reason, I think that
many of the marriages today are
wholly unworthy because they are
based on financial or social or some
other standards rather than on the
standard bf affection, which is the
only foundation upon which a true
if-rage amendment to the people of
One of the interesting features of
the suffrage movement from a Wash Washington
ington Washington point of view is the Tact that
the Senators and Representatives
from the states where the suffrage
question is to toe submitted this, fall
believe that those, states are going
to be carried for suffrage. Senators
and Representatives from Nevada,
Montana, NoTth 'Dakota, South Da Dakota
kota Dakota and 'Nebraska are nearly all
convinced that their states are going
to join the suffrage column in the
fall elections. The national organi organization
zation organization feels that it is important to
win these campaign states or a ma majority
jority majority of them and .before the cam campaign
paign campaign is fairly on there will be a
very vigorous effort 'by the national
organization to carry every cam campaign
paign campaign state.
(Mrs. Antoinette Funk' of the Con Congressional
gressional Congressional committee, spent two
or three days In New York during
the week conferring with members
of the national board. The national
organization appreciates that there
is a lot of work ahead and is .bend .bending
ing .bending every effort toward making suf suffrage
frage suffrage an issue all over the country.
Good Rule for Life's Conduct.
Mind your own business with your
absolute heart and soul; but see that
It is a gcod business first. Ruskin.
Merchants & Miners
"GO NORTH BY SEA"
BALTIMORE -NEW YORK
WASH IXGTOX BOSTON
The Washington Woman Suffrage
Council is preparing for a very in interesting
teresting interesting meeting on June 27, when
Miss Jane A3 dams and f Mr. George
Fitch will deliver addresses. Miss
Addams will not confine her remarks
entirely to suffrage, but will talk j
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
Service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Com'l Agt.
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street,
The r.lana&3deot d DU. LlcCLAN :
Medical. Suroical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces thi moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxlers stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped and will be rtui
strictly ethlcai lines.
HOURS: 9AM. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE- 333
' V YOUR Stenographer. Booktarrpci; I J I I H lj
I 1 Cflling Clerk, TeLepbss Opcrrtor. j j 1 1 1
I cr any other female rarmbrr ct your
cTTea force decides to leave Saturday; M l II I
J5a have only to use the Female Help ull
Wi0"Stuation Wanted Female" T TjJ fT
v cohnnxs of -JUR RPERw- H 1
to bring an aQ-niund-ce!rableapr4kiant HS)
who owns the dweUing the business property that stands
in your name?
of course yon think that yon do; but are yon right?
the question is worth considering, it Involves the origin and
the development of Individual ownersliip in land.
in the beginnig of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti plenti-ful
ful plenti-ful for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of. any particu
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We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and which
you ought to have? -We believe yoa are. Most of our -customers are
satisfied, and w are roud of the fact.. But if there is anything wrong
in our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do our part In
straightening it out before the rush days come.
" - .
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1014
JINGS OF THE VAN LOONS
mother always seems to have a Hammer for Father's brilliant cell
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Made by Machinery and
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A Novelization of
By Gertrude Stevenson
Illustrations From Photographs of
the Stage Production
Copyright, 913, (r'nblicat'.on Rights Beserred)
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,
"Whew!" he whistled. "They're hav having
ing having a time of it in there. Good eve evening,
ning, evening, Mrs. Merritt, your husband is
certainly making it warm for Mr.
"Indeed," laughed Mrs. Merritt, grat gratified
ified gratified for the moment.
"Dear, dear!" she exclaimed as she
watched Hayes gazing wistfully at
Katherine and looking very handsome
and manly in his well-made evening
clothes. "It's quite like old times to
see you together." Unhappy herself.
it gave her a certain pleasure to make
other people unhappy. The jealousy
she had long felt for the younger and
more beautiful woman found expres
sion now in her purring tones, as, with
amiable cruelty, she reminded them
of their earlier: intimacy. She took
delight in making Bob writhe and
Katherine whiten as she recalled their
passionate young love when only the
senator's stern interference had kept
them from wedding.
"Let me see," she recollected, "when
I was your confidante, you were
Mdver & MaeKay
UNDERTAKERS and ETHERS
F lac Caskets and Dnrial Robes
D; E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by. Licensed. lSm lSm-balmers
balmers lSm-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
t. E. McIVER. ........ . . 104
O. V. ROBERTS ...... .806
Ttadertaking Office v .
If you want to bay or sell
. New and Second Hand 4
Farm Tools, Harness Etc
Easy' Payments if Desired.
A. M. BOBBITT,
.310 S. Main St. Ocala Fla.
J PHONE 503 :
: For Good Wood :
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
1 J. L. SMOAR 1
At Smoak's Wagon Shop. j
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located in Ocala. Fla., Expert work
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. "W. Kimball Co.. Ocala.
Ccj?pcntcr and Dnilder
Cartful Eatimatea Mr da on All Coa
tract Work. Gives more and bettet
tsatracto-t tbe ctty.
Osr& tzx tb money Usxa cay ot&ss
"Did You Ask the Senator for the
$10,000 I Want?"
twenty-one, Katherine, and you, Rob,
were twenty-four. I can feel Rob's
hands gripping mine yet: 'O, Fannie
please see her for me--the senator
doesn't approve of it. And the tears
you shed on my shoulder, Katherine
why, it feels wet to think of it."
"O! Fannie!" Katherine's voice was
not as firm as usual.
"I always said," the woman per persisted,
sisted, persisted, "Rob, shell come home to you
In the end"
"I think IH go back and listen to
the discussion," and Bob flung dis
gustedly out of the room. At the ftnnr
be almost collided with Merritt. Kath
erine had hurried out to see a reporter
who wanted the wherefores and the
whys of the dinner party to Slade.
"I can't possibly get away, dear,"
Merritt explained to his wife. "I've
been buttonholed by some' men from
up the state. Shall you wait or go
Mre. Merritt refused to be dis
missed in that peremptory fashion.
T11 wait," she returned with acid
sweetness. "Then if you are not ready
111 run along
"Slade's had an ovation tonight,"
Merritt informed her, nodding toward
the smoking-room. "The big out-of-town
men are all here. Some of 'em
in there yet. He's big, Fannie. He'a
big. We can't deny that. The brute
attacks his point with all the force of
a sledge hammer."
"Yes, that's what you lack
punch!" his wife turned on him petu petulantly.
lantly. petulantly. ;:
"You're snowed under," she com complained,
plained, complained, bitterly. "If you'd taken my
advice you wouldn't have come to this
Slade feed tonight What's your pa paper
per paper for," she demanded, "if you cant
attack your rival candidate In its col col-vens?
vens? col-vens? Anyone would think vou want-
ea to maae mm eovernor insteaa oi
T cant attack him publicly," Mer Merritt
ritt Merritt retorted. "He'd put up glue fac factories
tories factories facing our property and. with
a lake breeze blowing our way
phew! My position is very difficult.
Of course, election's a long way ahead,
but I'm the only stick in his puddle."
"Yes, you're a big stick!" she
taunted.- "Why don't you do some something?"
"What can I do?" he groaned. "I've
been told tonight by no less than four
men that they won't support me again.
And Strickland's speech introducing
Slade was a masterpiece!"
"Yes Strickland's masterpieces are
concocted by his daughter, we all
know that. Just as I write your stuff,"
she finished with hateful emphasis on
"My dear, I wish you'd be more
careful!" warned Merritt, making
sure that the door leading into the
smoking-room was closed.
"Your 'Message to the Farmer that
made you famous! What did I ever
get for writing it?" and with self-satis
fied deliberateness 6he arranged her herself
self herself carefully In a low-seated chair
near the fireplace.
T never denied that you had a
man's brain," placatingly, drawlingly,
"Yes I'm the family mosquito that
buzzes behind your ears. God help
us if it wasn't for me. Did you ask
the senator for the $10,000 I want?"
"He can't," Merritt was huddled In
the nearest chair. The subject had
been causing him appetiteless days
and sleepless nights. When a woman
of Fannie Merritt's persistency and
tenacity wants something a man cant
get then that man is very likely to be
nagged into desperation,
"You look out, Wesley," she .an .answered,
swered, .answered, alarm breaking the careful
modulation of her voice. "That's the
first time he ever refused us."
"He's broke dead broke. I don't
know how he can keep this up. The
senator's nearly out. That's why
. he's sticking to Slade."
"Well, I don't care how you get It
I want it. It's vitaL I've got to have
ten thousand to go to Europe. Every Everybody's
body's Everybody's going Mrs. Webb, Mrs. O'Don O'Don-nell
nell O'Don-nell and her voice trailed off into
a pettish whine.
"Yes, I know all about that crowd,"
Merritt snarled. "Sunny places for
("Wesley! I need clothes. I've told
everybody I'm going," and the peev peevish
ish peevish woman glared at her husband.
Then she added suddenly: "Can't the
senator ask Slade?"
"Oh, my God, Fannie!" the hectored
man groaned. "Can I suggest that?
A rival candidate! I've mortgaged
my property up to the hilt now for
clothes but sooner than
"I, don't care I need clothes," his
wife interrupted, rising and walking
restlessly about the room. "I've got
to go to Europe. The devil take your
Then, with a sudden change of
thought, she cooed. "Wesley!"
Merritt stood with his elbow on the
mantel, looking moodily into the fire.
"Wesley," ehe cooed again. "Why
don't you if vou cant set in whv
aonT you Doom Slade r Tney say ne's
"Well, we've been besshi." Her
husband's tone Indicated Just how
little consideration such a plan would
have from him.
"No, but you've been defeated six:
times," she objected, determined to
argue this new possibility that had
just occurred to her.' "Wes if the
senator has gone back on you look
out. Sell out. I must hare clothes."
She stopped as the senator himself
entered from the smoking room.
"They're asking for you, Wesley,"
and Merritt, glad of the Interruption,
. "Ah good evening, Fannie." Strick Strickland
land Strickland took her hand in his smooth,
affable way. "I'm sorry. Fannie, that
Wesley doesn't take more to Slade.
It's a great mistake. Why don't you
tell him so?"
"Oh, my gracious!" her manner
changing to suit the occasion. ; "What
influence could I possibly have with
my husband? He's a man 'of iron
will. Why, I have to do everything
he tells me myself. I wouldn't dare
to meddle with his affairs."
"Well, just coax him, Fannie, the
way a nice, sweet, womanly woman
can," urged the eenator, knowing full
well that the Merritts had one me menage
nage menage for private use and quite another
' "I want to go to Europe and my
husband says he cant afford it."
Her voice dropped to a sugary whine.
"We cant all be millionaires like
Mr. Slade, can we?" Just think. It
would cost $10,000, to say nothing of
a nrm STEAK
mm m a mw mm
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
thing in order, so you can feel as
sured you can travel with safety and
pleasure after our work Is com
pleted. Send at once to 17 North
Main street or phone, or send mes
17 N. MnlD Street
WHICH WILL BE YOUR CHOICE FOR TODAY OR TOMORROW?
Tell Us By Phone
. . .
WE ARE ANXIOUS TO KNOW
II jou wish to go away for the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland House atVMonteagie,
Tenn. Rates, $7 to $10 per week.
Two months' Chautauqua, from July
1st to August 31st, which is a fine
entertainment. Monteagle is on the
top of the Cumberland mountain,
over 2,000 feet above sea level. The
finest mineral water, most elegant
scenery east of the Rockies. For
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
there is no place like Monteagle in
the South. Write at once to Mrs.
E. W. Williams, Proprietress, the
Cumberland House, Monteagle, Ten Tennessee.,
nessee., Tennessee., 6-13-tf
Transfer & Staffs CdD.
Teams For Elcnl IiahlOEdEcavy DocUn
Packing and- Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Superior to Plaster
r Ceiling In
Quality or Price -INVESIG
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When relief from rheumatic pains
may be had at so small a cost It is
surprising that anyone should fail U
avail himself of it. Joseph Cappar-
elli, Canastota, N. T., suffered In Intensely
tensely Intensely with paina due to rheuma rheumatism
tism rheumatism in his limbs for a long time. A
friend told him about Chamberlain's
Liniment. One application relieved
him wonderfully, and a few days
treatment effected a cure. Many
others have found quick relief by ap applying
plying applying this liniment. For sale by
all dealers. Adv.
As Yaw Heeimnaim
We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and which
you ought to have? We believe you are. Most of our ; customers are
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But if there is anything wrong
in our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do our part In
straightening it out before the rush days come
dDcaiM Ice FacUdlimgi Cav
BIDS WANTED OX
Xotice is hereby given that the
Board of Public Instruction of Marlon
county, Florida, will until 3 o'clock p.
Tveadar, Jaly 14, 1S14
receive bids for the erection of addi additions
tions additions to the present primary .school
building of Ocala, either for the gen general
eral general contract including heating and
plumbing, or for the general contract
and heating, or for the general con contract
tract contract alone with the heating and
plumbing together, or each separate;
also lor the erection of a brlclc four four-room
room four-room sdiool house on a lot owned by
the board of public Instruction in
North Ocala. also for the erection of a
wooden touilding for the colored school
on a lot owned y the board of public
instruction, and upon which Howard
Academy now stands. Bids are Invit Invited
ed Invited upon all of. these buildings in one
contract, or for each or any separately
The board reserves the right to re reject
ject reject any or all bids.
Plans and specifications of any or
all may be had from Mclver & Mac Mac-Kay,
Kay, Mac-Kay, architects, in Ocala, Florida, or
may be seen at the offle of the coun county
ty county superintendent in Ocala.
All communications should be ad addressed
dressed addressed to J. H. Brinson. secretary.
A deposit of 3 per cent, of amount
bid. in .the form of a certified check,
pavable to the order of the board of
public instruction will be required
:witn eacn oia.
! Done by order of the board of pu pu-Ife
Ife pu-Ife instruction for Marion county en
June 5. 114. . o
C-lS-thura J. H. Brinson. ecy.
To a Person Ufco PrKzs
nicczlf cn Gis AKzerczse j
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity! To supply that ne1
cessity is Oar Dss:
42-404 A. yimim Street Phone SOI. ,o
t OCALA. FLORIDA
Annnal EscfflTSssa ealatoj
ROUND TEMP HATES FQOwl OCALA
To Savannah .--1 $&50
To Columbia - i .... . .... 8.50
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE
To Charlotte $ 8.00
To Raleigh -0fr
To Richmond $10.00
To Portsmouth ...-. V... S10.00'
To Norfolk J. . $10.00
Special train leaves Jacksonvile 11:30 a. m. Regular trains 7:15 7:15-a.
a. 7:15-a. m. 9:30 a. m., and 8:10 a. cn.
ALL TICKETS GOOD TO, RETURN TELL JULY 14.
Tickets on sale on resniar trains on July 2, and traSstm jmfving Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville before noon July 3. Tickets rood on Pnlhaans. ;
C. B. BRYAN G. P. A.
. NorfoOc, Vaw
jonN ragriu, cuy Tic&ct
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P, A,
THE OCALA EfTSXTWG STAR, THURSDAY, JUXE 23. 1014
We Will Sell Any Machine in Our Stock for
Some Worth $65.00
422 1ST. MAGNOLIA
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THUKSDAY, JUNE 23. 1014
I OCALA OCCURRENCES
.China at less than cost to make
win a. The -Murray Co. 6-25-3t
Chocolate Covered Crackers, 4 0
cents the pound at Gerigs. 6-19-tf
l Eggs 25 cent per .Ofctn at the
Carn-Thomas Company. 6-2 5-3 1
' "If it isn't an Eastman it isn's a
1..A, f !nv'i Tlvriar Cah
;Mr. Cleveland HuH. one of De-
ILand's prominent young lawyers, is
a .business visitor today.
Mr. E. K. Nelson of Tampa visited
his Ocala friends yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon and last night.
DAILY WEATHER REPORT
The following. weather report Is
furnished the Star every afternoon
by Mr. F. G. B. Weihe, local report reporter
er reporter for the -weather bureau operated
by the United States department of
agriculture, showing maximum and
minimum temperature and rainfall
during the twenty-four hours end ending
ing ending at 3 p. m.:
March Average. 7 4 .'
April average :81
May average ... 8 3
Music,' guitars, mandolins, violins,
"ibanjos and accordeans for sale at
tThe Murray Company. 6-25-3t
Messrs. S. P. Holllnrake and J. V. j June 11.
vTarver of the Ocala Northern, are in
Jacksonville today on business for
Mr. Vance, a prominent citizen of
'Jacksonville, La., has been looking
after business affairs in this city for
the last few Jays.
June 9. . .. . .90
June 10. . . .94
. . .92
. .... 92
. .. .97
i June 18.
From the Clearwater Sun we notejune 2i.
" that Mayor Jeffords, formerly of this j june 52.
-city, has gone to Atlanta for a few june 23.
Rev. Bridges, Dr. Gross, Mr. iV. L.
Colbert and Mr. J. P. Phillips came
In last night on Sunnyjim from
Trilby, : where they had been attend
ing the Methodist conference
Mr. .Will Phillips, at present re
resenting a large wholesale concern
fn Lvnchbure. Va.. in the city for
a few days. Mr. hftHys was at one
time editor of the Moning News in
this city, and his many old time
friends are glad to see him agaln
. . .95
. . 90
. . .86
. . .84
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. ... 9 8
Generally fair tonight and Friday.
Min R. F
New York, June 2 5. Turpentine,
49 to 49; rosin, $4.20.
Chicago, 111., June 25 September
wheat 78; pork, lard, nominal;
CCew York, June 25. Stocks are
depressed on account of the H. B.
Claflin Company failure,
around point for leaders.
I f fX
(New York, June 25.' Cotton is
one to six points higher. Jury,
12.69; October, 12.59.
It is a wisero vision for every business house to;3aurtpin a cash reserve
for unexpected demands. t
Since the organization of this bank we have always been in a position to
take care of the needs of any worthy citizen. Our ccsitcserve is sufficient
now to help all who are entitled to financial aid. fsii
" Your account is invited.
The Ocala NatioiilHia
'-". ncsctccs Over Doll .: A T-'S:
. ACTIVE U. S.
Try a DAILY STAR Wahtft-It Paysfo
ECL.IPSE ROOFING CEMENT
It is the greatest cement in ex
istence to stop leaks in tin or metal
oofs and gutters; never fails; ever-
asting. Ocala Seed Store. 6-23-lm
Prof. R. L. Turner, superintend
ent of public instruction of Citrus
county, was in town this morning,
coming up on the Sunny Jim last
night. Mr". Turner had an extremely
important piece of job : work, and
brought it to the only shop in this
part of the country that could get it
out for him in the time desired.
Cut glass ice tea tumblers at low low-pTices
pTices low-pTices at The Murray Co6-25-3t
Dr. iR. H. Peek returned yesterday
irom Ocala, where he went Saturday
to visit his sister, Mrs. N. N. Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, who is there visiting her
daughter. This was the first time
(Dr. Peek has seen his sister in 49
years. Tr. Peek says it was the
first social visit of any kind he had
made in forty years, and jokingly
added that he usually got paid for
nis visits. Orlando Sentinel.
As will be seen by a 'page adver
tisement in today's paper, Messrs.
L. J. Blalock & Brother are selling
a cargo of sewing machines at the
extremely low price of $19.95. These
are brand new machines and of the
very best makes on the market. They
were fortunate in securing a large
number of them at prices which ena enable
ble enable them to make this price. You'll
fee surprised to learn the names of
Chocolate Molasses Peanut Butter.
A new package and a good one, 40
cents per pound. Gerig's. 6-19-tf
Good clocks very
cheap at The
6-2 5-3 1
Messrs. Wjll Crom of Gainesvlll
formerly of this city, David White
of Citra and Chaes LaRoach of
Cocoa graduates t lis year of the
University of r'lori la, sailed today
from San Fficis :o aboard the
steamer Si'beria for (Manila. They
will be away three ears and proba probably
bly probably longer serving la the Philippine
t.v,in T.-5 Vi fha ranlc nf sec-
ond lieutenant.! Mr. Curtis crom ex
pects to join ms Uiuiuei ucAt
Dr. W. K. L.ane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office, Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
. 'A good deal of interest among the
colored people was taken in a wed wedding
ding wedding at Mount Moriah Baptist church
last night. William iMosby and iMary
Li. Morgan, two of the popular young
people of, their race were the con contracting
tracting contracting parties, and Rev. A. L.
James officiated. Nancy Proctor was
bridesmaid and Mary Williams and
Leila Mosby we4re flower girls. Jesse
Woodward was best man, and. James
Strange, Isaac E. Tompkins and Da David
vid David "Williams were ushers. The cer ceremony
emony ceremony was largely attended.
LOYAL ORDKIl OP MOOSE
IIAMES flllD HMDS
Of Institutions, Firms, People and
Phones Most Often Called in v
The following condensed tele tele-phone
phone tele-phone directory is published for the
benefit of the Star's readers. No
charge is made for any of the entries
ir it. It covers the city depart departments,
ments, departments, the railroads and telegraph
offices, the offices and residences of
all the doctors in the city, the hos
pital aa- -ined nurses In fact, all
the points likely tc be most needed.
A directory is attached to each
phone, but people often have occas occasion
ion occasion to learn a telephone number
when they are at a distance from
both the phone and the book, and it
is principally for the convenience of
these that the directory is published.
A. C. L.. passenger station 370
A. C. L. freight office 99
Annex Drugstore ........... 279
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore . . 123
Board of Trade ... 381
Brinson, school superintendent 141
Carlisle's Drugstore 424
Court Pharmacy ............. 284
City Hall . .1..... 303
Commercial Bank .......... 122
County jail i . 35
Dr. Dozier 41
Dr. Dozier, residence 9
Dr. E. Van Hood. . . 324
Dr. E. Van Hood, residence. 164
Dr. Counts 427
Dr. Counts, residence 349
Dr. J. W. Hood.... 203
Dr. J. W. Hood, residence..... 295
Dr. Izlar 11
Dr. Izlar.residence . . ; .... 71
Dr. Lane V. ... . . . 422
Dr. Lane, residence. ... ... . 477
Dr. Lindner. . . ..... . 78
Dr. McClane I ........ 333.
Dr. McClane, residence '. 407
Dr. Newsom 512
Dr. Newsoin, residence 186
Dr. Peek . . . . ........... 468
Dr. Peek, residence 301
Dr. Smith 53
Dr. Smith, residence 74
Dr. Thompson 139
Dr. Von Engelken 286
Dr. Von Engelken, residence.. 290
Dr. Watt 53
Dr. Watt, residence 472
Dr. Walters ,78
MARION COUNTY HOSPITAL
Miss Gerard, trained nurse.
Miss Harwell, trained nurse ...
Miss Washburn, trained nurse
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. .
Metropolitan Bank .........
OCALA EVENING STAR
Ocala Gas Co., office..
Ocala Gas Co., plant
Ocala House '.
Ocala National Bank.
Ocala Northern Railway
Ocala Southwestern Railway.
Ocala City office..
Ocala Heights Dairy ........
Ocala Telephone Company. .
Ocala Steam Laundry
Postoffice Drugstore .
Postal Telegraph office.
Sheriff's office .....
Seaboard Air Line City Ticket
Seaboard Airline freight office
Southern Express Co. ......
Western Union xeiegrapn office
CAPITAL STGSS- S5O,00p.C6:
State, Coanty ondl b epository.
OCALA CHURCH DIRECTORY
E-f-rtfT el FriJ Tfc-1 r&t4J other nyffite.
02 Ildped Hi3 fc
ttrgj jwlvice, tcci I dkl
- -IzscsnTtitDCt In it.
vi have now been tzldn Blsck
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. O. M.,
jueets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
"Isiting brethren always welcome to
tle lodge -and club house, on Mag Mag-ndlia.
ndlia. Mag-ndlia. street near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney. dictator.
J. E Gates, Secretary. ad
The Cracker with a Mission.
Palatable, Nutritions and
The mo6t obstinate cases of
chronic constipation have
been relieved by the persis persistent
tent persistent use of DIETETIC BRAN
Once you try them you will
want them again.
Order a Package
Today . 25c
O. K. Teapot Grocery
PBT ONES 16 and 174
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
Diarrhoea Remedy ?
This remedy always wins the good
opinion, if not the praise, of all who
use it. Mrs. F. A. Hood, Burrows,
Ind., writes, "I have found Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy a positive cure for cramps
and summer complaint." For sale
by all dealers. Adv.
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, seen their equal Sold by all
FOR SALE A real bargain solid
golden oak dining table, massive
claw legs, dividing pedestal, 4 S S-inc
inc S-inc htop; can be extended to eight
feet. If sold at once, $20 cash. E.
C. Jordan & Co. 6-25-61
f.lalaria or Ciiiiis & Fevoi
Prescription No. 66S is prepared especialTr
for MALARIA or CHILLS &. FEVEFT
Five or x doses ririli brs-ic cry casr. sr.
if taken then as a Ionic the Fever will m
refiim. It nets on the Hver better thar
Calomel cd doei not grpe cr cicken". 25
Dr. Walters, residence "". 495
Dr. Wilson, colored .
Dr. Hughes, colored ... .. ... 185
Dr. R. R. Williams (colored). 369
EVENING STAR 51
Electric Light Plant 66x
Elks Club 176
FIRE STATION 60
Florida House....: 133
Galloway, sheriff, residence... 91
Harrington Hall Hotel. 32M
TELEPHONE EXCHANGE . 500
Imperial Loundry 21
Marion County Fair Grounds.. -243
Marion County Board of Trade 381
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, PRESBYTERIAN Corner of Ft
King avenue and Watnla street: paa paa-or
or paa-or W. H. Dodge; residence 309 Ft.
kfng avenue; phone 233. Sunday
services Sunday school 9:30 a.m.;
superintendent W. H. Dodger morn morn-frig
frig morn-frig sermon 11 o'clock: Junior Mis Mis-sign
sign Mis-sign Society 3 j?. ai.; evening sermon
't: 15 o'clock- Midweek prayer meet meeting
ing meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30.
CATHOLIC North Magnolia St;
priest, D. Bottolacio; residence 327
North Orange street; Sunday ser services:
vices: services: High mass 10 a. m.; vespers
5 n. m : Sunday school 3 to 5 p. m.;
communion services second Sundays I
4. A A 1 t I
p.ov b. m.; aiw regular service.
v EPISCOPAL Corner S. Broadway
and Watula streets; rector. Rev. J as.
G. Glass; residence 311 S. Broadway;
phone 415. Sunday services: Holy
communion 7:30 a., m.; Sunday
school, 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer.
litany and sermon 11 a. m.; evening
prayer 7:30 p. m.; choir practice
7:30 p. m. Friday; meetings of ves vestry
try vestry and societies at hours appointed.
METHODIST Cornel r'ort King
avenue and South Main street: pas pastor
tor pastor J. M. Gross; residence 4v Foit
king avenue; phon 157 Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.,
superintendent L. N. Green; morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League 4 p. m.; Senior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League 3 p. m.; Senior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League, 4 p. m.; evening
sermon 7:30 o'clock. Midweek prayer
meeting Wednesday evening 7:30.
Choir practice' Friday evening et the
BAPTIST Corner North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia and North Second streets; pastor
Bunyan Stephens; residence 529 Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue; phone 314; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. n.
superintendent W. T. Gary; morning
sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Baptist
Young People's Union 4 p. m.; Sen Senior
ior Senior Baptist Young People's Union
6:45 p. m.; evening sermon 7:30 p.
mi Midweek prayer meeting Wed
nesday evening 7:30 o'cloc o'cloc-'
' o'cloc-' Church of Christ
. East Broadway, next to City HalL
Roy B. Bowers, minister. Residence
708 Lime street. Office and study
at the church, entrance to the rar.
Hours: 8 to 12 a. m.f (except Mon Mondays)
days) Mondays) and 2 to 5 p. in. Wednesdays
and Saturdays. "At Home"- to the
congregation and others Mondays, 7
to 10 p. m.
Services Sunday: Sunday school
10 a. m. Preaching and communion
11 a. m. Junior, society 2:30 p. m.
Christian Endeavor Society 6:45 p.
m. Preaching 8 p. xc Wednesday,
7:30 p. m. training class, conference
and prayer. Business meetings the
last Tuesday of each month. All
seats free, and everybody welcome.
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I got so bad, I could not est or sleep,
cad all my friends, except one, thought I
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Thedford's Bdk-Draiisht, and quit
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