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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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VOL. 21.

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TYPIFIED 111 GREAT OCCASION III CHICAGO
TODAY

SUIW SCHOOL ENTHUSIASTS III THOUSANDS, BEARING
ALTARS, MARCH THRU THE STREETS

Chicago, June 27. Thousands of
Sunday school men from all parts of
the United States marched this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon in a giant parade, a feature
of the International Sunday School
Convention now, in session. There
were over 30,000 in line. Mayor
Harrison and other prominent' offi officials
cials officials reviewed the parade from the
grand stand in Grant Park. Fifty
altars carried upon the shoulders of
groups of members each hearing an
open Bible, typefied America as the
land of the open Bible.
MANY BEBEIj REGIMENTS RE-
; PORTED PASSING THROUGH
MONTEREY
(Washington, June '27 Concentra Concentration
tion Concentration of constitutionalists at San Luis
Potosi, preparatory ror a dash", to
Mexico City, is indicated in a dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Admiral Badger today.
He reports a heavy movement of
rebel troops through Monterey.
ERECTED IX HONOR OF THE
FALLEN HEROES OF
ILLINOIS
Marietta, Ga., June 27. In the
. nresence of Governor Dunne and
staff of Illinois, the monument

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memory of the fallen soldiers of Il Illinois,
linois, Illinois, vas -unveiled today. Governor
Dunne delivered the principal ad address
dress address DUSII1ESS GIVES
VAY TO BASEBALL
STATESMEN STRIVE FOR SUPRE SUPREMACY
MACY SUPREMACY THAT IS WORTH
SOMETHING
Washington, June 27. Nine dem
ocrats, captained by Congressman
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Women's

Suffrage

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Reilly of Connecticut,, and nine 're 'republicans
publicans 'republicans led by Congressman Pat Patten,
ten, Patten, of Pennsylvania, will clash this
afternoon, at the American 'League
park to decide which party is en entitled
titled entitled to the baseball supremacy of
the Honse of Representatives. The
game has twice been postponed on
account of pressing business in the
House.
J ASTUTE OLD GREASER LAYING
UP HIS TREASURES IN
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EUROPE
aris, June 27.- French .bankers
today received a report that Huertk
had shipped $2,500,000 'here for de deposit.
posit. deposit. This is taken as an indication
. that Huerta is nrenarins to Jpva
Mexico.
BATTLESHIPS I7ILI
BE BUILT
THREE HUGH FIGHTERS TO BE
ADDED TO OUR SEA
' FORCE
Washington, June 27. The Sen Senate
ate Senate today adopted the report of the
conferees on the naval appropriation
bill. The bill provides for the con construction
struction construction of two battleships from
money now in the treasury and the
building of another from the pro
ceeds of the sale to Greece of two
obsolete fighting ships. It strikes out
the appropriation of $100,000 for a
sea wall at Key West and a dock at
Norfolk.
MOHAN-JOHNSON
' PLUGGING MATCH
aris, June 27 Jack Johnson and
Frank Moran both declare they are
ready and in perfect condition for
the battle tonight for the heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight championship of the world.
The odds today range three to one
to three to two, with Johnson as the
favorite. The promoters expect to
realize $100,000 from the fight.
Johnson gets $35,000 if he wins or
loses or if the fight is declared a
draw. Moran's share is $5,000.

0UIDDIMP UIP

OCALA FIOEIDA,

CITY THAT SA17 MAXUILIAII'S EIIIISU 17ILL BE
THE FEDERALS IIEXT STAND

Zacatecas, June 27. General Vil-.
la is today on his way to Aguas
.
Calientesto direct the forward move-
ment of the constitutionalist army.
Little resistance is expected there. It
is -believed the federals will concen

trate at Queretaro, where they will lender a few days since. He Is a
make their next and last stand be- j trustee of many financial and chari chari-fore
fore chari-fore retreating to 'Mexico City, i tabI organizations.
Villa's army is almost certain to The failed firm grew to its great
sweep the federals southward and position in the drygoods world from
then the capital itself will become j a humble, enterprise established by
the scene of carnage. Mr- Claflln's grandfather in Milford.

A report is current that officers
are deserting from the federal army
and that the soldiers are demoraliz demoralized.
ed. demoralized. Recruits are flocking to Villa
from every part of central Mexico.
IT HAS LABGE ASSETS
Prospects Good for Reorganization
of the Claflin Company
, New York, June 27. The follow following
ing following statement was given out at the
office of the H. B. Claflin Company:
"The unprecedented shifting of
trade centers in New York has
caused great loss to many interests..
In the case of the H. B. Claflin
Company the uptown movement of
business has seriously curtailed our
wholesale profits and compelled us
to rely mainly on the profits from
financing retail stores thruout the
country. Their rapidly expanding
business has occasioned large capital
requirements, which we have not
been able to meet. A receivership
has therefore become necessary,
pending a'readjustment of the affairs
of the company. A plan of reorgani reorganization
zation reorganization for the H. B. Claflin Company
will soon be presented which we
hope will prove acceptable both to
creditors and to stockholders.
"The Associated Merchants' com company
pany company and the United Drygoods com companies
panies companies are not themselves borrowers
of money. They are in exceedingly
strong financial position and the suc success
cess success of their retail stores Is assured."
Noteholders Protective Committee
, Formed
A noteholders protective commit committee
tee committee has been formed to look after in interests
terests interests of creditors. Most of the
banks concerned' will be represented
on this committee, of which J. 15.
Alexander, president of the Nation National
al National Bank' of Commerce, will be chair chairman.
man. chairman. Receivers Martindale and Juillard
said the failure was of such tre tremendous
mendous tremendous proportions that it would
be several weeks before it would be
possible to know where they stand.
Though the failure is 'perhaps the
most" important in the history of the
drygoods trade in this -country. New
York bankers predict that the chief
and perhaps the only potent general
effect will be temporary demoriliza demoriliza-tion
tion demoriliza-tion of the drygoods trade.
John Claflin has been associated
with the drygoods business for more
than forty years. At
the age of j

Vlei W omen are (Given tie Ballot
They will all own a piece of real estate so they can
vote the full ticket. In order that everybody, both
men and women, may be in a position to vote, I am
going to put on within the next few days the most at attractive
tractive attractive real estate proposition that has ever been of -fered
in Marion County. For particulars
Wailtclhi TTIhiiis Space 2

SATUfi DAY, JUNE 27,

:
' v 1. :..
I twenty he entered the employ of his
j father's firm, then known as the H.
B. Claflin & Co. Three years later
' ne became a member of the firm and
!1890 formed a corporation that went
Mass., nearly a century ago.. Horace
Bingham Claflin, John Claflin's
father, In 1831 succeeded to the bus
iness and later opened a branch in
Worcester, juass. in 1843 he re removed
moved removed to this city and organized the
wholesale drygoods house of Bulkley
& Claflin. Thi3 in 1851 became
Claflin, iMellen & Co. The firm was
in trouble during the civil war and
the panic of 1873, but both times
was saved from failure.
t
H. B. Claflin died in 1885. Under
the terms of his will the business
was continued by his estate until
1890; when his son, John Claflin,
formed the present corporation.
Stock Had Paid Good Dividends
The last annual report of the com company,
pany, company, December 31, 1913, showed a
surplus over and above liabilities of
$1,688,730. Since 1890 total divi dividend
dend dividend 'disbursement "of $13,230,564
have been made.
Claflin Will Try to Make it Good
John Claflin, head of the firm, an announces
nounces announces that he will contribute his
personal fortune of $10.0!)0,000 to
help fill the deficit.
ROOSEVELT MUST
TAKE A REST
COLONEL ORDERED BY HIS
PHYSICIAN TO REMAIN
QUIET
Oyster (Bay, N. Y., June 27. Aft-
er a conference with his physician,
Colonel Roosevelt today announced
that he had decided to curtai his
plans for the summer political cam campaign.
paign. campaign. The physician after an ex examination,
amination, examination, told Colonel Roosevelt
that he must take-a rest and that
"rest is more important than pol politics."
itics." politics." Superior, Wis., June 27. The big
freight steamer Mataafa, with a crew
of twenty, is going to pieces under
heavy seas a few miles east of here.
Life savers have gone to the rescue.

SHIPWRECK ON
LAKE SUPERIOR

1914

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UNSETTLED CONDITION
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CAUSED

APPREHEHSiO!

BE PERL1AIIEIITLY ALLAYED

Washington, June 27. Under a
"new constitution of freedom" for
business, given by anti-trust legisla legisla-tion
tion legisla-tion soon to be passed by Congress,
President Wilson has promised the
country the' greatest business boom
in its history. This was the presi president's
dent's president's final answer, to opponents of
trust legislation at this session of
Congress and to prophets of evil
times, delivered with determined ex expression
pression expression and every word emphasized
with clinched fist.
"We know what we are doing,"
said Mr. Wilson; "we propose to do
it under the advice of men -who un understand
derstand understand the business of the coun country;
try; country; and we know that the effect is
going to be exactly what the effect
of the currency reform was a sense;
of relief and security."'
The president spoke to a group of
Virginia editors at the White House,
but his assurances were intended for
the country. There was every indi indication
cation indication that the speech was meant to
be one of the most Importart of the
administration.
News of the 'failure of the H. B.
Claflin Company In New York had
reached the White House earlier in
the day, but the president did not
mention the incident.
"I think it is appropriate, in re receiving
ceiving receiving you," the president said "to
say just a word or two in assistance
of your judgment about existing' con conditions.
ditions. conditions. You are largely responsible
for the state of public opinion. You
furnish the public with information,
and In your editorials you furnish it
with the interpretation of that in information.
formation. information. We- are In the presence
of a business situation which is var variously
iously variously Interpreted. Here In Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, thru instrumentality that
are at our disposition and thru a
correspondence which comes In to us
from all -parts of the nation, we are
perhaps in a position to judge of the
actual condition of business better
than those can judge who are at any
other single point in the country;
and I want to say to you as -a matter
of fact the signs of a very strong
business revival are becoming more
and more evident from day to day.
"I want to suggest this to you:
Business has been In a feverish and
apprehensive condition in this coun country
try country for more than ten years; I will
not stop to point out the time at
which It began to be apprehensive.
but during more than ten years bus business
iness business has been the ob'ject of sharp
criticism in the United States, a
criticism growing In volume and
growing in particularity; and as
natural consequence, as the volume
of criticism has Increased, business
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AFFAIRS HAS FOR YEARS
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has grown more and more anxious.
Business men have acted as some
men do who fear they will have to
undergo an operation, and who are
net eure that when they get on the
table the operation will not 'be a.
capital operation. As a matter of
fact, as the diagnosis has progressed
it has become more and more evi evident
dent evident that no capital operation was
necessary; that at the most a
minoi operation was necessary to
remove admitted distempers and.
evils. The treatment Is to be con-. 7
stitutional rather than surgical, af affecting
fecting affecting habits of life and action,
which have been hurtful. Tor on air
hands It i3 admitted that there are are-processes
processes are-processes of business in this country
which" ought to be corrected; but the-,
correction has been postponed, and
in proportion to the postponements
the fever has increased the fevex fevex-of
of fevex-of apprehension. -x
"There is nothing more fatal tcr
business than to be kept guessing:
from month to month and from year
to year whether something serious
is going to happen to It or not'., it

is impossible to forecast the pros prospects
pects prospects of any line of business unless
you know what the year Is going to
bring forth. Nothing is more unfair,
nothing has .been declared by busi business
ness business men to be more harmful tha&s
to keep them guessing.
. "The guessing went on, the air
was full of Jnterrogation points for
ten years and more. Then came an
administration which fqr the. first
time had a definite program of con constructive
structive constructive correction of admitted evil..
And the administration proceeded to
carry out this program.
"First, there was the tariff, and
business shivered. But when the tar tariff
iff tariff had been passed it was found,
that the readjustment was possible
without any serious disturbance
whatever.
"Then came the currency reform.
You remember with what criticism.,
with what systematic holding back
a large body of bankers in this
country met the proposals of that re reform,
form, reform, and you know how. Immedi Immediately
ately Immediately after Its passage, they recog recognized
nized recognized Its benefit and its beneficence
and how ever since the passage of
that reform bankers thruout the
United Spates have been congratulat congratulating
ing congratulating themselves that it was possible
to carry this great reform on sensi sensible
ble sensible and solid lines.
"Then we advanced the trust pro
gram, and again the same dread, the
same hesitation, the same urgency
(Conculded on Eight Page)
SEYMOUR
. Bailding,
Magnolia St

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY; JUNE 27. 1014
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY V
"- - .- -
BITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
CL. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
. J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as second class matter.
bigger fools than the fighte.rs. And
the worst of it is that a large per
cent of the population of our Amer American
ican American cities won't go home for supper
until it knows the result of the fight.
As 9:30 p. m. in Paris is 6:30 in
Xew York, 5:30 in Ocala and Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, and 3:30 in San Francisco,
the curiosity of the American
"sport" will be easy to gratify.
Pay CerireDtt EsgzEgs Dy (E:a&.
A checking account with us facilitates household book bookkeeping,
keeping, bookkeeping, insures an efficient, safe and economical form cl
settlement. r
Large or small, accounts subject to checjt are invited.
HIS IDLE HOURS
PHONE -51"
Total
Resources
Over
$700,COO.C3
Some people think that J. D.
Rooney, secretary of the Marion
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county Board of Trade, has been
(Domestic)
Dae year. In advance $5.00
Six months, in ad ranee.... 2. 5V
Three ; months, in advance ..1.25
One month, jn advance .... .50
(Foreign)
One year, in advance. .
Six months, in advance.
Three months. In advance
One Qioo'h, in advance. .
amusing himself in the days he has
spent at Woodmar recently. Per
CORPORATE O
18.00
4.25
2.25
.80
, FLORIDA
haps he has been, for J. D's. fun
seems to consist mostly in working.
IN DATJEilKG.-
and working he has been, notwith
standing both the temptation to rest

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'TURNER FOR SUPERINTENDENT

Wr. R. L. Turner, superintendent
of Public Instruction for Citrus
County, whose home is in Inverness,

Is a. candidate for the office ot State
Superindent of Schools, two years
hence. iMrl Turner is one of the most
logical men in the state for the posi position.
tion. position. He 13 probably as well known
as any of the superintendents or
"Umber" from which a State Super Super-Intendent
Intendent Super-Intendent is to come for the four
years following the term of the pres present
ent present encumbent. No man in the state
can say aught but good of Mr. Tur Turner.
ner. Turner. He Is in every way qualified to
fill the position, and the Star would
take pleasure in supporting him. Mr.
Turner, while a young man, is the
oldest, superintendent in the state in
point of service. He has a record of
sixteen years of continuous service
for his county in hiS present office,
or eighteen years when 'his term ex expires.
pires. expires. He has never had opposition
for re-election, and in this he holds
the record also. This speaks well
1 for him in his home county and
shows what he is thought of there.

Mr. Turner is secretary of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Education Association (the state
' teachers association), and has held
, the position for five or six years.

xi is a member or tne state text dook
commission, having been appointed
fay the governor for a term of years,
dating, from 19-11. Mr. Turner has
al ways attended the meetings of the
state teachers, the state superin superintendents
tendents superintendents and all ; the meetings of
erttacational bodies over the state, is
well known by the people of all parts
-.-olrFhalda and would start into the

Ahe probable candidates and with a
ttlsumeless record 'behind 'him and a
fnaaJB aaf valuable information and

rim rtfH or enthusiasm to improve

uu wucr uie conditions or scnoois

-v our state. The Star Is glad to be the
" first paper in the state to nominate

- Mr. Traaer for the great position
one ottf the most Important In our
sesilmation of the cabinet offices.

use to himself and a drag on the
community.' it maices no difference
in either case that the slayer may
be an useful man, and, except in his

one crime, a good citizen. But the
same law that will kill or cripple for

life an useful member of society for

a crime that avenges a crime as

great or greater, will protect a
gambler, who is not only useless to
the 'world himself, but is a detri detriment
ment detriment to it. "'.This is not to advocate
the immunity of murderers, but why
should we not hang' gamblers, pimps
and all other such prisonous para parasites,
sites, parasites, or at least imprison them for
life?

SECOND DISTRICT COMMITTEE
WILL MEET IN LAKE CITY

Chairman Guy Gillen of the con congressional
gressional congressional committee of the second
congressional district, has called a
nfeeting of the new committee to
convene at Lake City on the 30th.

The call is made under the provis

ions of the new Bryan primary law

'Mr. R. K. Carroll is the new com

mitteeman from Marion county.

PERNICIOUS PATRIOTISM

It was a brave message that Pres President
ident President Wilson gave" to the country
thru his talk to the Virginia editors,
and a truthful one.- Every man fa familiar
miliar familiar with the course of public
events will "realize that the business
of the United States has been in a
state of apprehension if or the last
decade. (Every time a presidential
election approached, business pulled
In Its horns until after it could
figure what the incoming president
and Congress was likely to do. lEven
when this was decided, business knew
it would only be about three years
before It would have to pull in its

horns again, to await another quad

rennial catyclysm. It is an estab established
lished established fact that 'business only needs
to be let alone to prosper, and make
the country prosper, but business

will never be let alone until the
matters of tariff, finance and trusts

.are established with an amount of
certainty that will admit of their be being
ing being disturbed only in the matter of
small details for a long time to

come. None of these Issues should Tn Star thinks it Is the duty of
be revolutionized by a political party. every democratic newspaper to stand

The president of the city board of

health, abetted by the other physi

clans of Ocala, desires the Star t

impress on the council the necessity

of taking measures to insure a safe

and sane fourth. The sentiment
against the useless 'burning of gun gunpowder
powder gunpowder on the nation's natal day is

steadily growing. It used to be al

most a religious observance to ele

vate as much-Sheol as possible on

the fourth, and in spite of the many

accidents every year, it did not oc

cur to anybody to sum them up and

compute the ghastly total. But

about twenty years ago it occurred

to one of our leading newspapers, in

search of a feature, to sum up the
number of fourth of July accidents

as announced in the papers of the

next day. The number proved ta be

greater than the number of Ameri

cans who were killed In the first

battle of the 'Revolutionary war,
and putting the proposition in this
shape brought it home to the nation
with a considerable shock.- Since
then, the practice of pernicious pa patriotism
triotism patriotism has been on the wane, hat
there is top much of it yet. The phy physician
sician physician calling it to the Star's atten attention
tion attention has himself treated six cases of
tetanus, caused by fourth of July
wounds. The fourth comes at the
time of year when tetanus, which is
one of the most deadly of diseases,
is most likely to prevail." It is the
greatest danger attendant on the
fourth. Death outright or perma permanent
nent permanent disablement, or destruction of
property are also attendant, and not
to be disregarded, but they are less
in proportion than the danger of
tetanus, which may be caused by a
slight wound and result in days of
agony before death comes as a wel welcome
come welcome relief. The Star advises that

the council put the lid on some time
next week, or rather spike the
fourth of July gun.

leg, which has threatened him with

blood poison the past week.

Stepping into the Board of Trade
headquarters Friday, the Star re reporter
porter reporter found Mr. Rooney preparing
to start to Williston, and saw him

take from his grip and lay on the
table, the dummy of a booklet. The
cover design was striking, and ,as
soon as the secretary was out of the

way the reporter grabbed it and be

gan to size it up.

It was the dummy of a booklet

which the secretary has compiled

in his "idle hours," and which he
hopes to have printed some time
soon. It will 'be a handy encyclo

pedia of information for every resi

dent of Marion, as well as a good
advertisement "to all abroad Into

whose hands- a copy may fall.

The cover page "bears the follow following
ing following appropriate, truthful and strik

ing inscription:

"Marion County Invites You to the

Land of Fulfilled Promises"

Original, Is it not, and striking and

appropriate? Never saw anything

like it on any other piece of liter

ature? And all 'Marion county peo

ple know we have the goods to hack

it up. ;

The 'booklet is filled with infor information,
mation, information, considerably more in detail
than in ""Facts and Photos," which
was principally pictures with the

most Important information con

densed and displayed in a manner to
1. 11 11 J I .(1 X

siriKe me eye ana luciie interest

The second booklet wiU supply
much, of the information that the

first one has been for the last three-

quarters of a year causing people to

ask for.

There are descriptions of all parts
of the county; some at first hand,

and many, extracted from the county
papers and Teports -made to other
publications hy experts who have

visited the county. There are no

"boom" figures In It. It Is all found

ed on tocIc bottom.
(Mr. Rooney is working up a book

let attractive and full of Informa

tion, without -being tedious. It will

stand by itself, but the Star can see
that any man who has .been Inter

ested by "Facts and Photos?. win
find this second booklet very much

like a sequel to a very popular story
-an industrial "Twenty Years (tho

nearer twenty months) After"" to

volume more Interesting to home
folks than "The Three 'Musketeers."

news dispatch saying that Great

Britain had recognized King Peter

of Servia, 1 who was the beneficiary

of an assassination, if not an accom

plice.

JOKE ON SUXXY JIM

BUILDING IN OCALA

" The building of cottages and more
pretentious residences in Ocala goes
steadily on and there Is never a time
that "a number are not under way.
The new houses are always occupied
as soon as completed and the de demand
mand demand is active.

"They should only have such occa-!
slonal amendment as circumstances
require from time to time. The
president is trying to put the coun country
try country on the safe and sane basis it
needs, and if the country will only
ie brave enough to follow his lead,
Ih Bplte of such Incidents as the
daflin failure, it will attain a per permanent
manent permanent prosperity that will be free
alike from the inflation of booms and
the deflation of panics. So far as
the domestic affairs of the country
tare concerned, the president is
strong and wise, and in comparison

with these, all other things amount

to little.

by the administration in all matters

affected by the tariff, currency and

trust legislation. The course now

being follpwed in regard to these
matters Is1, what we worked for and

voted for two years ago, and any

democratic paper that criticises the
president's course in this regard will
show that it either didn't expect the

party Uo keep its promises, or has
become faint-hearted.

"VTe do some queer things In this

civilization of ours. For instance, if

a man, who has been foully wronged,
deliberately plans the death of the

man who has wronged him, and ac accomplishes
complishes accomplishes it, Jf we carry out the

Saw, we put the slayer to death. Or

if a man, under the stress of great
passion, kills another anan, it is the

law that the slayer shall be imprls

The Ocala" Star says the Tribune

called Col. Sparkman a statesman

last campaign and a chump this
campaign. We challenge the state

ment that we ever called him a
statesman. Not even his most demot demoted
ed demoted admirers would do such violence

to the English language. Tampa

Tribune.

The Star sorrowfully prints the
correction, which it fears will do the
Tribune more harm than good.

A scientist declares that he has

evidence that -the human soul weighs

three-quarters of an ounce. That is
more than the weight of the clothes
some of the ladies wear these days.

mm V
Thanks to the Lakeland Telegram
for its good wishes. If we stick It
out another thirteen years, reading
the Telegram will be one of the chief
solaces of toil

.Many times in the last several

years, M. E. .Robinson, alias Sunny
Jim, has played a practical joke on

the Star. He has put dummy fire

crackers as hig as backlogs under the

feet of its representatives, thereby
causing them to jump higher than
his head; he has handed them cigar
boxes, which on being opened have
revealed google-eyed spooks and
other apparitions, and pressed upon
them seductive looking books, that
exploded with a fourth of July bang
when access was sought to their
pages, and in bther ways has pulled
off stunts that have caused the Star
to lend a friendly ear to plans for
Sunny Jim's abduction, perhaps to
his lynching.
But the Star is even now, and then
some. Between the editorial room
and the business office of the Star is
a private phone, with a set of in instruments
struments instruments left over from the old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned apparatus with which you
ring up central with about the same
strenuous motion that you use in
cranking an auto. About 10 o'clock
last night, in came Sunny Jim, who
had just arrived on Sunnyjim, look looking
ing looking for the Tampa Tribune, without
reading which he can't sleep at
night.
The editor and the night linotype
operator were pulling off their usual
evening stunt, the one at his desk
and the other at he machine. Sunny
Jim grabbed the Tribune' and de devoured
voured devoured its news, then thought he had
better telephone home that he was
coming, so that folks wouldn't think
a burglar was trying to break in.
The private ; phone looks much
like the regular telephone, so Sunny
Jim picked the receiver off the
hook, stuck it to his ear and listened
for central's gently imurmered "Num-ber-r."
Nary number. iHe listened
awhile, then shook the phone,' then
listened some more and shook the
phone again. After repeating this
performance awhile, he lost (patience.
He smote upon the desk with his
fist, he pulled his hair, he said things
about central that would have made

her cry and expressed his opinion of
the Ocala Telephone Company fn

terms that no man should use to

ward a home Industry. He threaten

ed to start an agitation to give a

franchise to the Southern Bell, and

finally turning his head around until

his face was almost on the back of

his neck he was preparing, we fear.

to cuss.

Just at this minute, the editor,

who was enjoying the show, hut -be

gan to fear that misplaced Indigna-

ion would cause Sunny Jim to dis dis-ntegrate,
ntegrate, dis-ntegrate, hutted in: "There Is no

one in the business office at this

time of night," he said. "If you

want the telephone. It Is there in
front of you."

Sunny Jim Is a good sport, tho,

and didn't try to beg this story out

of print. v

The inability of some young men
to drive a car with one arm and hug
a girl with the other enables the in industrious
dustrious industrious auto mechanic to earn
many an honest dollar.

The home of Nathaniel Hawthorne

at Salem escaped the flames. Sen

timentally, this is a great saving,

but one of the bis factories would

have been worth more materially.

If the Claflin Company paid div

idends for the last quarter of 1913,
how will it blame its failure on the

tariff?

President Wilson has sent the
nomination of P. Ai Dignan to the

Senate 'for postmaster of Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. The Star hopes this will end

the muss.

In Paris tonight those two plug plug-ugly
ugly plug-ugly brutes, Johnson and TMoran, will

batter each other for the entertain- sibly the Star has overlooked it, bu

British statesmen criticise Wilson
because he would not recognize

Huerta as president ot -Mexico, .ros-

oned the remainder of his life, no ment of a lot of other brutes, even it does not remember seeing any

The fire at Salem. Mass.. has

started many allusions to the old

myth about the Puritans burning

witches. The Puritans hung several

women whom they believed to be
witches, hut no white person has

ever been legally burned in United

States territory.

!M. E. Gillett, who has just return

ed to Tampa from California, de declares
clares declares the Golden Gate state is not

in it with ours in citrus culture.

Maybe not, but It has us skinned in

advertising and freight rates.

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'Aiiia OC'AliA EVEMNG STAK. SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1014

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This is the only automatic
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the pedals, covers and nncov nncov-covers,
covers, nncov-covers, the expression buttons
and locks and unlocks the
piano" keys, with one move movement,
ment, movement, while the operator 13
seated at the Instrument.

One of the TEX features of the
Kimball Player Piano
"Never played" pianos taken In
exchange.
Sold on partial payment plan if
desired.
Herbert Lattner,
"Artistic Pianos"
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! WAR

AT THE
WATER WORKS
COMIC ACCOUNT OF A FIGHT
THAT DIDN'T TAKE PliACE
; X EAR VERA CRUZ
The following humorous account
of the Mexican demand that the
United : States outposts surrender
and the subsequent surrender, is
from the pen of a London Express
Correspondent:
We had a red-hot fight today-
and our war correspondents covered
themselves with glory. I wish I
could say that the troops were
equally successful, but as a matter
of fact they had fewer opportunities.
It was like this: 'At the pumping
station, upon which this city chiefly
depends for its water supply, and
which is some nine miles on the
other side of nowhere, If anAmeri anAmeri-can
can anAmeri-can outpost of 250 marines.
To them appeared suddenly out of
the blue, two Mexican cavalrymen,
under a white flag. They explained
that they represented a mixed force
of five hundred federals, and that
unless the; outposts surrendered
within ten minutes, things would
happen. '
The commander of the marines
replied that in that case they had
better return before the ten minutes
were up- which they did,
: Thereafter the marines waited for
three-quarters of an hour and
nothing happened. They heard,
however, five rapid shots fired from
somewhere, which presumably rep represented
resented represented the Mexican army. One of
the marines thought he saw some something,'
thing,' something,' so he fired too, and did not
hit it. And that was the end of the
engagement.
"There is not much in this story to
write about, but the effect upon our
war correspondents was extraordi extraordinary.
nary. extraordinary. Our numbers, including latest
arrivals, must now be about seven
hundred, and not one of them but
was in himslef a perfect 4.7 of ac activity.
tivity. activity. Never was seen such a buck buckling
ling buckling on of swords and spurs and
breastplates and cowboy hats and
j accoutrements generally.
t And there arose at once the ques question
tion question 'of horsesl The pumpingsta-
j tion, a3 I have said Is nine miles on
the other side of nowhere. Some
of us as was only natural took cabs
was In himself a perfect 4.7 of ac account.
count. account. Others as being more prop properly
erly properly military decided to -buy or hire
horses. One gentleman, my very
good friend, was luckier than the
commonalty. He met a (Mexican gen gentleman
tleman gentleman of shabby appearance, in the
street, 'riding upon a four-footed ani ani-mar
mar ani-mar about the size of a -Great Dane.
He approached him at once, and,
after a spirited contest, purchased
the ainmal for $35 (Mex) which at
present rate of exchange is about
2 pounds 15s., a price which includ included
ed included saddle, bridle and other inciden incidentals.
tals. incidentals. Then he proceeded to mount.
I have heard, though I will not
vouch for it for you cannot believe
a word you hear In Mexico that he
was seen some hours later stagger staggering
ing staggering thru the northern suburbs carry carrying
ing carrying the exhausted charger over his
shoulder. .-
I personally took a cab and told
the man to drive me to the battle battlefield.
field. battlefield. After he -had. driven about
two hours w-e met the' Mexican army.
It was resting under a tree, and it
was smoking a cigaret, and its rifle
was about twenty yards away from
it resting against another tree, and
it was very comfortable and quite
happy. I could have captured it and
thereby ended the "peaceful occupa occupation"
tion" occupation" of Mexico, but as a non-combatant,
and the subject of a neutral
power, so I only asked it where the
fighting was. It yawned and waved
its arm sleepily and said "Quien
sabe?" which is Mexican for "How
the devil should I know." And then
it asked me if I had any news to
give it, or any cigars, or any money,
because it was a very poor man. I
gave it a cigar of exceeding rankness
and it lighted it and became much
more amiable and explained to me
in so many words, that it had not the
vaguest idea what all the trouble
was about, and had I.
Just then the cabman, who was
consumedly bored by the whole pro-"
ceedings and had just missed kill killing
ing killing a fly on the near end of the off
horse with his whip, explained to me
that he would want twenty pesos al although
though although the had originally agreed to
take me for ten. I hate arguments,
so gave the Mexican army fify cents,
Mex., and asked him to argue the
matter for me, which he did to ev everybody's
erybody's everybody's complete satisfaction.
Then he did his very best to explain
to me where the man he had relieved
had told him that a passing peon
had told him that his sister had a
young man .friend who had every
reason to believe that the fighting
was taking place. So I drove, on for

another hour or so, and ended in a
marsh, and the cabman said the off
horse was the son of an animal that
should be nameless, so I decided to
let the fighting look after itself, and
told him to drive back to the mili military
tary military headquarters at the corner of
the Alameda.
As to the owner of Marengo, he
traded that worthy beast immediate immediately
ly immediately on hi3 return for sixteen little
bags of Bull Durham tobacco, such
as they provide on United States bat battleships
tleships battleships and is thoroughly satis

fied with his bargain.
COAST LINE SCHEDULE
Jacksonville and St. Petersburg
No 9 Leave Jacksonville 4 p. m.;
arrive Ocala 9:05; arrive St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 3 a. m.
No. 10 Lare St. Petersburg 11
p. m., arrive Ocala 6:05; arrive
Jacksonville, 10:55.
No. 39 Leaves Jacksonville ai
9:30 a. m.; s -rives Ocala at 2:40 j
m ; arrives St. Petersburg at 9:10.
No. 40 Leaves St. Petersburg ai
6:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 12:54 p
m; leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m.; arrive
Jacksonville at 6:30 p m.
Ocala and Lakeland
" No. 35 Leaves Ocala 6:40 a. m.;
arrives Lakeland 11:05 a. m.
No.-22-r-Leaves Lakeland 5: 4S p.
m.; arrives Ocala 9:50 p. m.
Ocala and Homosassa
No. 49 Leave Ocala, 8:20 a. m.;
arrive Homosassa, 1 p. m.
No. 47 Leave Ocala, 2:20;'arrive
Homosassa, 5:20.
No. 44 Leave Homosassa, 10 a.
m.; arrive Ocala, 12:50 p. m.
No. -Leave Homosassa, 1:30 p.
m.; arrive Ocala, 6 p. m.
CHAMBERLAIN'S
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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,1 1 have nev never
er never seen tieir equal Sold by all
dealers. Adv.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHL1S
i 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
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy
This remedy always wins the good
opinion, if not the praise, of all who
use it. Mrs. F. A. Hood, Burrows,
Ind., writes, "I have found Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy a positive cure for cramps
and summer complaint." For sale
by all dealers. Adv.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. Z. OF A.
Concordia uoage, Fratprnal Union
of America, meets lr Tonge's Hal'
on the second Thursaay evening u
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. 'Sage. Secretary. d
A full line of Spalding baseball
eroods just in at Geig's Reliable
Drug Stores. 5-16-tf
Advertise in the STAR for results.
Carl Wenzel & Son
CONTRACTORS
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Let us give you estimates when
in need of work in our line.
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OCALA, FLORIDA
Experienced Women
Advise Mother's Friend
Eecause it 13 so perfectly safe to use
and has been of uch great help to a
host of expectant
mothers, these wo women,
men, women, experienced In
this nost happy
period, advise the
use of "Mother's
Friend."
Applied externally
to, the abdominal
muscles its purpose
is to relieve the
undue tension upon
the cords and ligaments resulting from
muscular expansion. Beneath the sur surface
face surface is a network of fine nerve threads
and the gentle, soothing embrocation.
Mother's Friend." i3 designed to sc
lubricate the muscular fibres as to avoid
the unnecessary and continuous nagging
upon this myriad of nerves. Applied to
the breasts it affords the proper massage
to prevent caking.
There is scarcely a well-stocked drug
store anywhere but what you can easily
obtain a bottle of "Mother's Friend" and
In nearly every town and village is a
grandma. who herself used it in earlier
years. Expectant mothers are urged to
try this splendid assistant.
Mother's Friend has been prepared
by Bradfield Begulator Co.. 310 Lamar
Bklg., Atlanta. Ga.. for nearly half a
century. Send for valuable nttle book to
expectant mothers.

ISN'T IN FAVOR OF EFFICIENCY

Philadelphia, June 26. Alfca B.
Johnson, president of a locomotive
works in Philadelphia employing an
average of 15,500 men, told the
Unite! States Commission 6a Indus
trial Relations here yesterday that
the so-callel efficiency system of
scientific management has found' no
place in the plant of which he i3
head and that also in his opinion of
the management of the works or
ganized lahor "levels downward."
In reply to questions by members
of the commission, Mr. Johnson
also made'he statement that the
force of employes has been reJacei
from a maximum of 19,500 employed
within the last eighteen months, to
8,200 at present; that the hours of
employment of the day men have
.been cut from the nominal 55 hours
a week to 40 and the night shift
from 65 hours to 39 a week.
Asked what in his opinion was the
cause that compelled the reduction
in men and hours, Mr. Johnson said:
"Railroad equipment and supply
companies, car builders and such
are sharing In the depression due to
the delay of the interstate commerce
commission in deciding the freight
rate question."
With regard to the efficiency sys system
tem system 'Mr. Johnson said the best effic efficiency
iency efficiency is to encourage men to make
higher wages.
"The thing you want to do," he
said, "is to inspire your men to man manliness
liness manliness and to make an effort to in in-creasd
creasd in-creasd their earnings.''
OCaLX SORTHERX SCHEDULE
No. la Leave Ocala daily 1:15
p. m. s A'!ve Palatka daily except
Sunday, 1:45 p. m. Arrive Palatka
Sunday, 4:15 p.' m.
Xo. 71 Leave Palatka daily ex except
cept except Sunday, 7:40 a. m. Arrive
Ocala 11 k. in.
Xo. 73 Leave PalatLa Sunday,?
a.' m. Arrive Ocala, 11 a. m.
XOTICE OP AXIMALS IMPOUXDED
To Whom it May Concern: This
is to certify that I have this, day
placed In the city pound the follow following
ing following described animals which have
been found running at large within
the corporate limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
said city: v
One. red- spotted cow marked up upper,
per, upper, and underbit in each ear, brand
J. P.; one red and white speckled
calf, same mark and brand.
The owners thereof, or their
agents, and all whom It may con concern,
cern, concern, are hereby notified that if the
animals are not claimed and all. ex expenses
penses expenses of taking and impounding
thereof are not paid within three
days from date hereof, to-wit: On
the 1st day of July, 1914, I will sell
the same to the highest and best
'bidder, said sale to take place be between
tween between the hours of 11 a. m. and 3 p.
m., on said day at the city pound In
Ocala, Fla. W. F. Adams,
Marshal City of Ocala.
Thi3 June 25, 1914. 6-26-3td
OCALA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Open dally except Sunday from 3
to 5 p. m. Board of Trade rooms.
Ocala Houe block. k
Louise E. Gamsby, Llbrarlifj
THE METROPOLITAN
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This bank i? always open until 8
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week it closes at 3 o'clock In the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The tank will observe all
legal holidays, both state and na national,
tional, national, and will remain close, on
those days.
George Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 31 9-tf
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SIDEBOARD FOR SALE
Fine golden oak sideboard with
30x30 beveled mirror, 48-inch top,
serpentine front, three drawers and
china closet; original cost $50. will
sell for ?20 cash. E. C. Jordan
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niE OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, JTNE 27, 1014

M

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

(If you have any items for thi3
" Decidedly the most enjoyable and,
charming, a3 well a3 unique, social'
affair of the week was the informal
. stag dinner party given last evening
by Mr. Clifford L. Anderson at his
artistic home on Fort King avenue.,
The table, at which covers were laid
for eight, wa3 centered with a large
bowl filled with gorgeous water lilies
and the place-cards were adorned
with a series of pretty haad-painted
girl heads, a feature, most appro
priate for such an occasion, especial especially
ly especially as the guest list, with one excep exception,
tion, exception, included only members of the
college contingent. Seated "around
the festive)oard were the host, his
brothers, Messrs. Robert, Leslie and
Pat Anderson, their guest, Mr. A. M.
CVIcClain of Jonesboro, Ark, Laurie
Izlar, Jame3 Taylor and Dr. M. C.
Izlar. The elegant dinner was at at-tractively
tractively at-tractively served in five courses by
two bewitching maids in pretty white
ruffled aprons and caps. They were
Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Taylor,
whom the guests were unable to
snake speak or respond in any man manner
ner manner to their blarney and coquettish
smiles. Unalloyed pleasure charac characterized
terized characterized the dinner and the informal
dance which followed.
(Mrs. W. T. f.arv rl:n?htpri fUanrlA
and Frances, and the former's
mother, Mrs. W. F. Yocum, leave
early 3Ionday morning for Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, sailing from these for Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore and thence to New York, where
they have taken an apartment for
two months. Mr3. Gary will study
at Columbia University during the
summer. Master Wilbur Gary ex expects
pects expects to go to Fort Meade next
week to visit his aunt, Mrs. W. D.
TuVnley, and about August 1st he
and his -father will go to New York.
In September they will visit Mrs.
Gary's sister, Mrs.' Quaintanee of
Washington, IX C, at her summer
liome in, Virginia.
ris3 Marguerite Porter left yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon for her summer
visit to her sister, Mrs. L. W. Lyons,
in DesMoines, la. On the way, she
will stop for a short visit to friends
. in Jat&sonville.
'
."iUrs. Judson Childress and firm i
'"Mr. Jiranci3 Childress of Vaidosta,
Ga. concluded today a very pleasant
bnt'brjtaf visit to (Mrs. Childress
: brothern-Iaw and sister, Mr. and
1'Mrs. W. A. iKnight.
L ',
"3It. ina IIts. W. A. Knight, Mrs.
Judson "Childress and 'Messrs. Francia
cniiaress ana .uaGrange Sdstrunk re returned
turned returned last night 'from a three days
.sojourn at Day tona Beach'.
"Miss 'Minnie Hussey, who has been
f the guest of lier aunt and cousin,-
Mja.;.-S.. Scott and Mrs. J. H. Tay-
W .xT j:1 '"T 1 m a. a
iui l l h iv 1 r. ri h h rpturiiRn to
'.ilwclcsonville. I
Mrs. Arthur Clark and young son,
alter a visit to the former's another,
Mrs. S. A. Standley, left for their
Jacksonville home today.
3Irs. 11. H. Kemp and daughter,
3tlss Lorayne Kemp, leave the early
part of next wee, for a visit to rela-
bxciraon
JULY 3rd,
from Jacksonville
VIA
Atlantic Coast Line
TO
Augusta, Ga . $4.00
. Atlanta, Ga . 6.00
Birmingham, Ala .... . 8.00
Chattanooga, Tenn 8.00
Macon, Ga. 4.00
Richmond, Va 10.00
-2iorl oik," Va. ......... . 1 0.0 0
Wilmington, X. C 8.00
Tickets sold July 3rd, from Jack Jack-:Sonville
:Sonville Jack-:Sonville only. Final limit July 14th.
.GOOD OX ALL TRAINS.

T"or information call on or write
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JL C. L. R. R-, Jacksonville, Fla.
2L. C KIRKLAXD, D. P. A.,
Phone 132, Tampa, Fla.

department-irplionirG6

) tives in their old iome at Ozark, Ala.
Miss Lorayne win enter college aftr
the summer months and Mrs. Kemp
will return to Cicala in the earl,
ituerl'liillips
The leading ocial event of the
month at Willistqn was the marriage
Thursday evening of Mr. J. C.
Wimer and MissifTIdred Phillips,
rjs-jadjngtook place in t&e
Methodist churcST'""Kev. J61m""""H.
Mickler performing the ceremony.
The church was decorated with ever evergreens
greens evergreens and flowers for the occasion
by the many friends of the bride.
Mr. Albert Phillips and Miss Ruth
Phillips, brother and sister of the
bride, were groomsman and brides bridesmaid.
maid. bridesmaid. The other attendarts were
Mr. Dennis Hudson and (Miss Dollie
Willis, 'Mr. Russell Phillips and Miss
Lula Hawkins, Misses Virginia and
Elizabeth Willis flower girls. Master
Leon Nelson ring bearer. Miss
Louise Nix rang the floral decorated
bell a3 the party came to the altar.
The wedding march was played by
Miss Constance Jacobi pianist, and
Miss Bernice DeLand violinist. Mrs.
J. H. Mickler sang a solo during the
ceremonies with pano and violin ac accompaniment.
companiment. accompaniment. After the ceremony at the church,
a large concourse of the close friends
of the briie and groom were invited
to an informal reception at the home
of the bride's parents, 3Ir. and Mrs.
S. Phillips, and spent the evening
most enjoyably until a late hour.
The couple went to Ocala in an
auto and took the night train for
Asheville, X. C, and other points of
interest, to be gone for ten days,
after which they will go to Waldo to
make their future home.
Mr. Wimer is cashier of the Bank
of Waldo and is very popular among
his business associates in that town
as well as in the western part of
Alachua county, where he resided
before taking up his residence in
Waldo. Mrs. Wimer is the accom
plished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S
Phillips and numbers her friends by
her list of acquaintances. Her many
friends here will regret to see her
leave the community, but wish her
every happiness in her chosen home
town.
.'
' Mr. and 'Mrs. iE. P. QIartin left
this afternoon for a week-end visit
to relatives at Wild wood.
' s
iMr. 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, has return returned
ed returned Vto spend his summer vacation
with his parents.
Mr. and M
ij. K- I'nnnnr rifnrn
ed today trd;
heir trip to Xew
York, Waahi
and Maryland.
They had a
t trip, but found
the north muclrJlotter than Florid?
Mr. John Pelot, a former popular
Ocala boy, arrived this afternoon
from Jacksonville, accompanied by
his charming young bride, for a
week-end visit to his aunts, Mrs. P.
W. Whiteside and Miss Josie Will Will-lams.
lams. Will-lams. IMr. and Mrs. Pelot were
married last week in Pennsylvania,
Mrs. Pelot 'being before her mar marriage
riage marriage Miss Geraldine Hill, and they
are en route to Arcadia, where they
will make their home.
Mrs. ; W. T. Henderson, wife of
Representative Henderson, who has
been quite ill for the past three
weeks, is much better today. Mrs.
Henderson is at the home of her for former
mer former neighbor, Mrs. Anna Holly, on
South Second street.
The Baptist sewing circle w.'l meet
with Mrs. Paul Durand Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Blalock, two
children and Mrs. Blalock's mother,
Mrs. Richardson were visitors to
Gainesville the first of the week.
They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.
B. Hartsfield.
Miss Alice Sykes is quite ill at her
home on Xorth Magnolia street.
Miss Meta Jewett, who has been
spending several weeks pleasantly
in Tampa and Lakeland, returned
home last night, accompanied by her
little niece, Miss Margaret Jewett
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Jewett will
come up from Lakeland today to be
the week-end guests of Miss Jewett
and her brother, Mr. Stephen Jewett
Mrs. W. E. .Melson and little eon
Floyd of Ocala, are visiting Mrs.
Melson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Kimbrough. Lakeland Telegram.

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The many friends of Mrs. Alex

Conchy, formerly Miss Dora White,
who spent the winter here about
four years ago, will be interested to
know of tne arrival of a little daugh daughter
ter daughter at her home cn June 22 at Sarac Sarac-ac
ac Sarac-ac Lake, X. Y. The little one has
been given the name of Gladness
Elizabeth Couchy. Miss Emma Wash Washburn
burn Washburn of this citj is spending a few
weeks with Mrs. Couchy.

Penn-Baynard Wedding in
dale
Auburn-
The following from the Tribune
kwill be read with keen interest by
the Ocala friends of the lovely
young bride and her mother. Mrs.
Baynard and her daughter were
Thanksgiving guests of Mr. ?nd Mrs.
E. M. Howard last year, and on
several previous occasion have been
charming guests in that, delightful
home:
A'weaamg wnicn win bring a
charming bride to Tampa was
solemnized in Auburndale Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening, when .Mr. and Mrs.
Ephriam Mikell Baynard of that city
gave in marriage their daughter,
Ruth, to Mr. Thomas Henry Penn,
formerly of Kokomo, Ind., but for
the past two years connected with
the business life of Tampa.
Xo more perfect setting for a wed
ding could be found than the beauti
ful colonial home of the bride's par
ents on Lake Stella, and the decora
tors had turned the home into a
bower of exquisite, beauty using the
green and white motif in the east
; rooms and pink and white in the
west, with green and white carried
out in the decorations of the central
if
hall and stairway down which the
bridal party descended to the altar
of smilax and rosese which had been
arranged in one corner of the draw
ing room, with a white satin pillow
upon which the couple knelt.
Promptly at S o'clock Mrs. S. T.
Fletcher, of- Lakeland, who was
seated at the piano, struck up the
first chords of the Bridal Chorus
from Lohengrin, and the bridal par
ty, preceded by Miss Elizabeth Bay
nard, sister of the bride, descended
the stairway. The bride, escorted
by her father, came next, followed
by her mother, who walked with Mr.
Barr, and who were followed by Mrs.
Harry L. Moulder of Kokomo, Ind.,
the sister of Mr. Penn.
They were met at the altar by the
bridegroom and his best man, Mr.
William Edward Sullivan, of Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, and here the impressive ring
ceremony of the Episcopal church
was read by Rev. Dr. R. W. Reeve,
rector of St. Andrews Episcopal
church of Tampa.
The oride's petite blonde beauty
was never so marked as she appear
ed in her wedding gown of Ivory
crepe silk over satin, trimmed with
shadow lace and pearls. She wore
a white tulle veil arranged in dainty
cap fashion, and as her only orna
ment, a necklace of pearls, the gift
of the "bridegroom.
Following the ceremony a delic
ious buffet supper wa3 served from
he dining room, Where In the cen cen-er,
er, cen-er, 'beneath a dome of pink and
een with streamers of pink chry
santhemums and asparagus fern, the
bride cut the cake and distributed It
to the guests, who were also pre
sented with wedding cake in dainty
boxes ornamented with the initials
of P. and B., and tied with white
satin ribbons.
At the elose of the reception
they left Immediately for Daytona
Beach, where they will spend their
honeymoon, taking a tour of the
east coast later, before returning to
Tampa, where they will make their
uture home at 506 Grand Central
Avenue.
The bride is the eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Baynard, one. of the
foest known families in South Flor
ida, who are closely connected with
the development of this section,
having resided in Auburndale the
greater portion of their lives, where
Mr. Baynard divides his time between
his extensive real estate and grove
holdings here and his cattle holding
on the Kissimmee river. Because of
her long residence and popularity
here, the bride will be greatly missed
Merchants & Miners
Transportation Co.
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TO
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PHILADELPHIA
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steamers. Through fares anJ tickets
to all Xorthern and Western points
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JOXES,
Agent.. ComT Agt.
City Ticket Ofiice, 25 Hogan Street,
Jacksonville, Fla.

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OCALA,
by her host of friends to whom 'she
has endeared herself toy her charm charming
ing charming personality and sunny disposi
tion.
Mr. Penn, who& former home
was in Kokomo, lndrhas resided in
Tampa for the past two years,
where he is connected with the Ford
Automobile Agency, and where he
has made many friends, who will
extend their congratulations to him
and a hearty welcome to his charm charming
ing charming ibride.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Grace Cnurch (Eplscoil)
(Corner S. Broadway and Watula
St. Rev. Jas. G. Glass, Rector; resi residence,
dence, residence, 311 S. Broadway; phone 415.)
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a., m.- Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer, litany
and sermon.
7:30 p. m. Evening prayer.
Choir practice 7:30 p.. m. Fridays
Meetings of vestry and societies at
hours appointed.
Presbyteriam
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m.: Sermon.
Subject, "Pharisaic Petulance
3 p. m. Junior Mission Society.
8 p. m. Sermon.
Subject, "The Desire for a Better
Country."
A cordial Invitation is extended to
the public and all strangers in the
city.
Baptist
(Rev. Bunyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching by the pas pastor.
tor. pastor. ,3:30 p. m. Junior Union.
7 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
S p. m. Preaching.
Everybody welcome.
Methodist
Rer. J. M. Gross, D. D., Pastor.
9:30 a. m.- Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning service.
3 p. m. Junior League.
4 p. m. Senior League.
8 p. m. Preaching.
All cordially invited. Strangers
welcome.
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Ofiice, Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adr.

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Complete lime of Shoe
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Polishes

Black Polishes Tan Polish
White Duck
Gilt Edge Star Albo
French Gloss Dixby Big 4
Baby Elite Quick White
Royal
PALM BEACH POLISH
Whit Buck Powder
Chick Suede Dressing
Viscol
Children's Scuffle Shoes

A DELIGHTFUL SUMMER RESORT
One of the nicest of the Southern
summer resorts, nearby and easy of
access, is Monteagle, Tenn, on, the
top of. the Cumberland mountain,
and over twenty-two hundred .feet
altitude. Plenty high to be cool and
above all malarial danger. CEfoat CEfoat-eagle
eagle CEfoat-eagle embraces all the delights of
wild, rugged mountain scenery, with
many "beautiful rides, drives" and
matchless -views in a few minutes of
a town; a great cave, that in beauty
rivals (Mammoth Cave of Kentucky;
with the attractions of an up-to-date
little railroad town, and its great
Summer Chautauqua, which will he
open thru July and August.
For health, climate and scenery
Monteage cannot 'be excelled in the
country.
The water supply is cold, clear
and pure, and no cleaner spot can te
found.
Board there can .be v obtained at
Irom $7 to $10 per week, at the ex
cellent Cumberland House, which "is
being operated by Airs. E. W. Wil
liams of St. Petersburg, an exper experienced
ienced experienced hotel woman.
STOMACH TROUBLES
t2r. IUgkad Write fctrrestbj
Letter ca This SzbjscL
Madison Heights, Va. Mr. Chas. A,
Ragiand, oi this place, writes: "I have
been taking Thedford's Black-Draught
for indigestion, and other stomach troub troubles,
les, troubles, also colds, and find it to be the rcry
best medicine I have ever. used.
After taking Black-Draught for a few
days, I always feel like a new man."
'Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain
in pit of stomach, and a feeling of full fullness
ness fullness after eating, are sure symptoms of
stomach trouble, and should be given the
proper treatment, as your strength and
health depend very largely upon your
food and its digestion.
To get quick and permanent relief
from these ailments, you should take
a medicine of known curative merit.
Its 75 years of splendid success, in the
treatment of Just such troubles, proves
the real merit of Thedford's Black Black-Draught.
Draught. Black-Draught. Safe, pleasant, gentle in action.
ana wunota oaa aner-enects,- it is sure
Fcrss
ewer j where. Pr$cs 25c
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FLORIDA
A BIG-MTTLE OPPORTUXTTT
The people of this section are do
ing themselves a grave injustice if
they, do not take advantage of the
-big sewing machine bargains the fur
niture firm of Li. J. Blalock and
Brother that is being made in thjs
paper in the form of a whole page
advertisement. The firm is offering:
for a few days any sewing machine
in its store at 19.95 cash. These
machines embrace three or four of
the leading and best known machines
in the country, selling as high as 460
each at retail. A member of the
Star force yesterday took advantage
of the opportunity and secured' one
of the machines.
NOTICE
All tires and tubes sold at the
establishment of "Da vies the tire
man' from July 1, will be sold only
for CASH, but with a 5 dis
count. 6-28-tf
INDORSED THE
ADMINISTRATION
Atlanta, June 26. The Georgia
legislature began its 1914 session
yesterday. Organization was quick quickly
ly quickly effected and both House and Sen Senate
ate Senate transacted first, day's business
within a comparatively short time.
The House was In session only an
hour- and the Senate's session was
brought to an end within forty-five
minutes. The following joint reso resolution,
lution, resolution, passed both' houses:
Administration of Wilson Indorsed
"Be It resolved by the House of
Representatives of the State of
Georgia, 'That the fifteen months of
the' unparalleled achievement of the
national administration under the
leadership of that brilliant ex-Georgian,
Wood row .Wilson, is indorsed
and approved by this House, and
with pleasure commended to the
democracy of the state and the na nation."
tion." nation." HOUSES FOR RENT
Apply to S. H. CHRISTIAN, cor corner
ner corner of Osceola and Washington
streets. 6-28-tf
OPISN AXIj RIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe Is a first el3
place to take your zaeaU. feca
and day. J. H Dewey pc-rl



THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1914

WHEN YOU "TRY" OUR HARDWARE ONCE, YOU WILL

ALWAYS "BUY" IT AGAIN. YOU WILL FIND THAT OUR
HARDWARE STANDS HARD WEAR.
THE RULE OF OUR BUSINESS IS TO ALWAYS GIVE AN
UPRIGHT QUALITY AND, KEEP THE PRICE DOWNRIGHT
LOW.
AND WE CARRY THE STOCK.

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THE PRESENT YOU SEND WILL BE A MEASURE OF YOIR
AFFECTION. LET YOUR, PRESENTS FOR THE BRIDE AND
GROOM COME FROM OUR STORE AND THEY WILL KNOW
YOU HOLD THEM IN HIGH ESTEEM.
. OUR JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE WILL ALSO STAND
THE STRAIN OF TIME; OUR UT GLASS IS EXQUISITELY
WROUGHT.
A. E. BURNETT,
The Reliable Jeweler, 3Ierchants Block, Ocala, Fla.

n Yoer Hcemniaie AflrngM ?
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.
(Dteallai fle & PacMegj Co.

Ocala, Fla.
BSA UTIFUL

GIFTS
FOR THE BRIDE.

If you are thinking of having you house
PAINTED OR PAPERED or any INTERIOR'
DECORATING done be sure to see us before
letting your work out. We use nothing but first
class material and have had
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
We guarantee to give r entire satisfaction.
Our motto is "Live and Let Live."
S. J. CIopKa & Walter Tagg
P. O. BOX 428 OCALA, FLA.
Estimates Given

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A DAIIDY CRAFT
The "Silver Springs the Second
and Biggest Boat of the Ocala
and Palatka Daylight Line
Mr. Frank 3Iathews, the designer
and builder of the pretty passenger
yacht, "City of Ocala," for the Car Car-michael
michael Car-michael Daylight Line, between Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs and Palatka, has been
working for several weeks on the
plans and specifications for the line's
new vessel, the "Silver Springs."
The keel for the new boat has been
laid and Mr. Mathews will now push
the work forward to completion and
expects to have the boat ready for
service before January 1st. The
Daylight Line will then operate a
boat each way each day between Pa Palatka
latka Palatka and Silver Springs and will be
able to accommodate all who wish to
go by the route.
The new boat will be 60 feet long
and 15 feet broad and will have
comfortable seating room, under
government regulations, for seventy-
five passengers, but in a pinch will
carry 100 with all safety. She will
be a very beautiful vessel and will
be by far the largest and best of the
boats to be built or operated on the
river. She will be equipped with two
20-horsepower engines and twin
screws and will be as swift xas her
sister ship.
This line had the best season last
year in its history, and with the 6ne
boat handled 3,000 passengers.
With the advertising done then and
since and that which will be done
next season, this number is expected
to be increased to at least eeven or
eight thousand. Thfs line brought
more tourists into Ocala to stay in
our hotels than have ever been here
before, and if the business is more
than doubled next season, we will
be getting" into the "tourist set."
The company's big freight boat,
the first of that kind to be operated
by modern engines and propellers,
will soon be in pommission. She is
all ready for the big engines, which
have been shipped, and the "G. A.
Carmichael," as she will be named,
will soon be in the regular freight
business, running all the way thru
from the Springs to Jacksonville.
MACHINERY IS COMING
FOR THE IRON WORKS
Mr. C. E. Simmons, manager of
the Ocala Iron Works, has several
large and expensive pieces of ma machinery
chinery machinery en route for the Ocala Iron
Works, which will soon be re-built
and in full operation. More of the
machinery necessary for this large
plant is being bought every few.
days, from the prices Mr. Simmons
obtained and the machines he in inspected
spected inspected while absent at the different
factories. In the mantime, the foun foundry
dry foundry and pattern shop department of
the plant, which were not injured by
the fire are quite busy.
NEW ENTRIES AT THE
OCALA BUSINESS COLLEGE
Among the new entries at the
Ocala Business College are Miss
Viola Toffaletti of Ocala, who enter entered
ed entered a few days since, and the follow following
ing following three who will start the early
part of the week: 'Mr. John T. Lewis,
Jr., of Oklawaha; .Miss Quinney of
Louisville Ga., and JMr. Ben. Alvarls
of Cisco, Fla. Prof. Eigle is steadily
but surely coming ahead with his
school.
JOHN DEWEY AS A FARMER
While only owning the place for
two or three months, Mr. J. R.
Dewey, the successful restaurant
man, is making good with the little
farm on the Silver Springs boule boulevard.
vard. boulevard. Mr. Dewey has some Jersey milk
cow3 there, not all that he will have,
but is getting quite a supply of milk
already. He has a large flock yoi
pure blood White Leghorn chickens,
is getting quite a good many eggs,
with the supply increasing daily,
has sotne good hogs and will plant a
fall garden in a short time, with
plenty of sweet potatoes and peas.
Mr. Dewey will have all of the
chickens, eggs, milk and butter, pork
and vegetables that he can use in the
restaurant on his own farm in a few
months. This will mean a big thing
ito him as he pays out many hun
dreds of dollars yearly $or these
things. Then, having his own pro product,
duct, product, will know that it is always
j fresh.
A NEW POOL ROOM
Mr. S. M. Stanley has ordered the
tables and other furniture and as
soon as they arrive will open a first
class pool and billiard room in the
vacant store north of his saloon on
Main street.

A STEP FORVARD

Live Board of Trade Organized in
the Prosperous Town of
Williston.
The Williston board of trade was
organized Friday night, and Judging
from the interest manifested Ly the
leading citizens of the town, It Is
destined to be a real live one.
The leading business men of the
town invited Secretary Rooney of
the Marion County Board of Trade
to go over and assist them with the
organization preliminaries, and tho
he Is considerably incapacitated
from the accident sustained a fen
days ago at hi3 summer home at
Lake Weir, he responded.
. A mass meeting had been called
for 8 o'clock, but as he Ladles'
Civic League of the city had arrang arranged
ed arranged for a special program at the the theater,
ater, theater, the hour of meeting, was post postponed
poned postponed until nice. Prof. S. Phillips
introduced Mr. Rooney, who, in his
usual jovial manner, placed the
organization proposition before the
assembled business men.
He started his address by telling
the Willistonites that in order to
make the board of trade what it
should be, all "isms" and factional
feeling that may exist must be abro abrogated
gated abrogated and everybody must pull to together,
gether, together, this being the only way that
success can be brought about in any
community. He cited the many, ad advantages
vantages advantages enjoyed by the people of
that favored section In their splen splendid
did splendid farming and trucking lands,
their two prosperous banking houses,
their shipping facilities, and last but
not least a live newspaper, all of
which when banded together as a
trade organization can accomplish
untold good. He complimented the
Ladies Civic League -for its good
work in taking the lead in organiza organization
tion organization for the good of the community.
A list of officers for the organiza organization
tion organization was suggested, and adopted,
and another meeting was called for
next Tuesday night, at which time
the committee on membership Is to
make a report and complete the de detail
tail detail work to make the board a per permanent
manent permanent Institution.
The officers for the present are:
President, Dr. J. M. Willis; vice
president, J. B. Epperson; secretary,
W. M. Stafford; treasurer, the Bank
of Williston; board of governors, L.
C. Hester, P. N. King, H. G. Nelson,
C. F. Chapman, J. N. Willis, Dr. J.
M. Willis and W. M. Stafford.
Mr. Rooney was given 'a rising
vote of thanks for his assistance In
the preliminary work and the meet meeting
ing meeting adjourned.
The good citizens of Williston
seem in real earnest in this matter
and their work will no doubt be felt
in the community as soon as the
"hew board gets down to business.
SWEET POTATO VINES
We hear that there is a great
scarcity of sweet potato vines for
planting and that tte shortage is
likely to cut down the acreage of the
tubers planted. Several persons
here have been getting vines in sat satisfactory
isfactory satisfactory quantities and prices from
Hawthorne parties. Those desiring
to plant potatoes should look into
the matter.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs.
FOR RENT s 10 per month to the
right party, a new 5-room cot cottage;
tage; cottage; best neighborhood. Address,
Star office. 5-29-tf
FOR SALE One large horse in
good condition; one good work
mule. Ocala Lumber & Supply
Company. 5-23-tf
WANTED Subscribers of the Star
to tell their neighbors of the plan
now in force for giving cash cou coupons
pons coupons to subscribers. 5-20-tf
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. 6-22-12t
FOR SALfc. Modern bungalow in
Linwood Heights. Inquire of the
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.5-15 tf
WANTED Table boarders during
summer months; rate3 reasonable.
Mrs. J. W. Davis. 219 E. Oklawa Oklawaha
ha Oklawaha avenue. Phone 148 6-23-
LOST On- Sunday between Wenona
street and Methodist church, a
cresent shaped Masonic breast breastpin
pin breastpin the wife and daughters' de-

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25 acres between Orange ATnue and Lake Weir road, borders on
both roads. Fine land, exceptional proposition for country
residence. Les3 than two mile from city.
15,000 City property investment bringing 16 Interest.
$6,000 Business Block. Will bring 12.
We also want to borrow $2,500.00 -on Improved real estate;
will give first mortgage, and money will be used to improve prop prop-erty.
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The Management of DR. "r.lcCLAN
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic

; and Electric Institute
; Announces the jnoving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
j Building on Main Street, southeast corner.
of Public Square, entrance between The
I Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more folly equipped and will be nut
fetrictly ethical lines.

HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 33?

We are equipped with the Latest, Largest, Best Vulcan irieg
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time;
X All work Guaranteed to Je First-Class.
Bring us jour Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.

Worn out tires and tubes

FISK and FIRESTONE TIKES

of all sizes and rims, always in stock
DAV5ES, The TiFC Mam
Phone 438. OCALA, FLORIDA Main St., near Postofice,

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IHIIl WiXsz Clerk, Telepfaocs Operator. I
llllll cr any other female member of your I I
lllllll cCZss force decides to leave Saturday, j'
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B. T. K. C. Return to L. T. Izlar
and receive reward. 6-22-6t
FOUND Some weeks ago. solid
gold breastpin oZ odd design.
Owner can obtalnSanie by identi identifying
fying identifying property and paying ex expenses.
penses. expenses. H. Raysor. 6-25-3t
FOR SALE A real bargain solid
golden oak dining table, massive
claw legs, dividing pedestal, 4S 4S-inc
inc 4S-inc htop; can be extended to eight
feet. If sold at once, $20 cash. E.
C. Jordan-& Co. 6-25-6:
WANTED A position by an ex
perienced stenographed. Will ac accept
cept accept work by the job or a perma permanent
nent permanent position. Phone 453. 6 26 6t
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Shet Shetland
land Shetland pony, saddle, bridle and blan blanket;
ket; blanket; prettiest outt la this section.
$85 gets the outfit. Apply at the
Star office. 6-1 6-6 1
WANTED 69 MEN to Join the
Brotherhood Baraca Class, city
nalL See R. B. Bowers. 5-20-tf

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Made by Machinery and
Baked by Steam
CARTER'S BAKERY
Phone 360
Coming South?
For sale 50 improved farms,
10 to 600 acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
so Also 2,000 acres cut-over land
well located; fine truck and
orange section. Write for
description and prices. Come
see me.
JOHN L. DAVIS,
IRVINE, FLQRTDA
Mclver & MacKay
Funeral Directors
UUDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
fbe Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
funeral Directors
11 Work Done by Licensed 3m 3m-balmers
balmers 3m-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES:
D. E. McIVER . ...... .104
a V. ROBERTS . 80S
Undertaking Office.....'
Phone 481
If you want to bay or sell
FURNITURE.
New and Second Hand
Household Goods
Farm T00I3, Harness Etc
Easy Payments if Desired.
A. M. B0BB1TT,
310 S. Main St. Ocala Fla.
PHONE 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention.
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
2
J. E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNER
Located In Ocala. Fla., Expert work
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
distributor
W. W.' Kimball Co., Ocala.
IL ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Mrde on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and hettej
trcrk tor the money than any othei
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The
Governors Lady
A Novelization of
Alice Bradley's Play
By Gertrude Stevenson
fiustrationi From Photograph of
the Stage Production
Copyright, 813, (Publication Rights Beserred)
CHAPTER VI.
"Mrs. Slade won't sign over the cot cottage,"
tage," cottage," Hayes began abruptly. "I can't
do anything more."
"She must." Slade uttered the
words through set teeth. "She can't
live there. Robert, you are the only
person who knows us both thoroughly.
I want you to bring this matter to a
finish quietly and kindly and now."
"Why don't you see her and have
it out with her?" Hayes suggested.
"We had it out the night I left the
house and told her not to wait up for
me," Slade reminded him. "I never
quarrel with anyone more than once."
tie eyed Hayes critically for a min minute.
ute. minute. "You're with me, aren't you?"
as if an idea had just occurred to
him.
"I'm awfully sorry for Mrs. Slade,"
Hayes began, when Slade interrupted.
"Look here, Hayes I want a di divorce,"
vorce," divorce," and he seated himself squarely
in front of the astonished Hayes.
"A divorce?"
That's what I want," and his lips
hut grimly.
"But, my God!" Hayes wae amazed.
You didn't want it in the first place.
"I Think I'd Like to Make a Bargain
With You."
All you wanted was to live your own
life. Do you expect me to help you
get rid of Mrs. Slade?"
"Don't go crazy," Slade advised, not
a suggestion of feeling evident in his
voice or manner.
"If you do you are due for a sur surprise.
prise. surprise. I can't go sticking a knife into
that woman's heart. I won't."
"You're a h 1 of a lawyer!" Slade's
anger was rising.
"I'm not that sort of a. lawyer,"
Hayes rose as if to dismiss the sub subject.
ject. subject. "Whatever sort of a lawyer you are
I made you, Hayes."
"I know you did," returned Hayes,
bitterly. "You've told me that before
and this is what comes of letting a
man make you!"
"You bet, rank ingratitude," hotly.
Hayes leaned forward, his arms on
his knees and looked Slade square in
the eyes.
"I honestly think you're drunk with
all this power and prosperity. That
little woman wae the apple of your
eye. I always said to myself: There's
one man who does stick to his wire!"
I didn't believe wild horses could drag
you away from home-
"One minute!" interrupted Slade.
"All that has nothing to 'do with you.
Neither you nor anyone living can
interfere with m now. Have von

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eioppea to ngure out, ana i say it witn
all kindness and with all respect, what
sort of a gover re lady Mrs. Slade
would make, feeling as she does?"
"Well, what sort of a governor
would you make if you were di divorced?"
vorced?" divorced?" Hayes questioned, mock mockingly.
ingly. mockingly. "Those men In there," and he
jerked his thumb toward the smoking-room
door; "will they stand for
that?"
"They've got to I own them, boots
and all!"
"But you don't own public opinion,"
thundered Hayes, banging his fist
down on the table, scattering the
copies of the senator's speech in all
directions.
"Why don't I?" Slade questioned
with an arrogant smile disfiguring his
mouth. "I'm going to buy half of
Merritt's paper tonight. I guess that
will be public opinion enough for me.
More than that, 111 stand as a man
whose wife has deserted him. That's
how it will end. Mrs. Slade will de decide
cide decide where she's to live but it must
be at some distance."
"You won't get your divorce
through desertion," Hayes scoffed. "I
know her. You can't do it."
"I cant do it, eh?" Slade's eyes
held a nasty expression. "That's
what they've been telling me all my
life. Ever since I was a barefooted
little brat running around the mines
they've said to me: 'You can't do
this and you can't do that.' But I
always did it. Let me tell you, young
man, after all I've conquered no wom woman
an woman is going to stop me!
"Can't do it, eh?" he repeated, pug pugnaciously.
naciously. pugnaciously. "You watch me do it! You
voting jackanapes! I'm as good as
deserted now. s The only question is:
Are you going to see Mrs. Slade put
her aboard a train eaet or not?", J(
"Mrs. Slade has been my best
friend," Hayes answered quietly. "1
love her dearly I" his voice broke.
"All right. That settles it You
turn over every scrap of paper of mine
you have by" he thought a moment
"by tomorrow night. Then you can
walk the ties to the devil, young man.
and go back where I found you."
As Hayes turned to go, Strickland
hurried into the room.
"Merritt has just introduced a very
unexpected subject in the smoking smoking-room
room smoking-room the question of well, you've
got to know it, Slade the question of
Mrs. Slade."
(Continued (Monday)
Why Softer Irom Khenmatism?
When relief from rheumatic pains
may be had at so small a cost it is
surprising that anyone should fail to
avail himself of it. Joseph Cappar Cappar-elli,
elli, Cappar-elli, Canatota, N. Y., suffered in intensely
tensely intensely with pains due to rheuma rheumatism
tism rheumatism in his limbs for a long time. A
friend told him about Chamberlain's
Liniment. One application relieved
him wonderfully,, and a few days
treatment effected a cure. Many
others have found quick relief by ap applying
plying applying this liniment. For sale by
all dealers. Adv.

AVE HAVE THE BEST GARAGE
in the city to put your automobile In
first-class running order. We have
skilled workmen at our garage, who
pride themselves in putting every everything
thing everything in order, so you can feel as assured
sured assured you can travel with safety and
pleasure after our work Is com completed.
pleted. completed. Send at once to 17 North
Main street or phone, or send mes messenger.
senger. messenger. Lucfrie's Garage
17 N. Main Street :

SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1914

SEABOARD AIR LLXE SCHEDULB
Southbound
-No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. ecu; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
m.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
:30 a, m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited Jv.aves Jacksonville
11:10 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
on.; arrives Tampa 6 p.m.
' Northbound
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; .arrive.
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves
Ocala 1:30 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 5:20 p. m.
. No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE. CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin 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 unlessHhe inflamatlon
can be taken but 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 & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists, 75c Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Adv.
MONTEAGLE
SUMMER RESORT
I! jou wish to. go away for the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. .Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland House at Monteagie,
Tenn. Rates, $7 to, $10 per week.
Two months Chautauqua, from July
1st to August 31st, which is a fine
entertainment. Monteagie Is on the
top of the Cumberland mountain,
over 2,000 feet above sea level. The
finest mineral water, most elegant
scenery east of the Rockies. For
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
there is no place like Monteagie in
the South. Write at once to Mrs.
E. W. Williams, Proprietress, the
Cumberland House, Monteagie, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. 6-13-tf
ESTRAY NOTICE
On April 7tb 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, Morrir
ton, Fla. 6-3-1 m
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SUDUEX SHOCKS
Impair the System, Shorten Life and
do Great Harm.
If you knew that you could cure
yourself or your child of a malignant
disease, by the use of dynamite
would you take the chance?
Calomel acts on the sluggish liver
?ike dynamite on the solid rock.;.
It shocks and upsets the organs
and works much harm as proven by
Its after effects. r
Modern science has discovered a
vegetable substitute that produces
ali the desired effects of calomel
without the shock or after troubles.
It is so harmless that acids may. be
taken into the system immediately
after the medicine without fear of
after effects.
It rids liver, kidneys an.l bowels of
all poisonous accumulations and
leaves the patient feeling new and
strong. ;
Carswell's Liver-Aid is on sale at
The Court Pharmacy at 50 cents for
a large bottle. The purchase price
v 111 be refunded in full if you find
it unsatisfactory. Ad6

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WHICH WILL BE YOUR CHOICE FOR TODAY OR TOMORROW?
Tell Us By Phone
AVE ARE ANXIOUS TO KNOW 1
W. M. IMAIRSIHI
PHONE 108 x CITY MARKET

Wife SQmt Mie

Teams For Rentlight and Heavy naalica

PIHMME 283

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

COLOEK BEOS., Proprietors.

ACCURACY

Marlon County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1852.
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
OCALA FIJL.

First consideration and especial
Ocala
4O2-404 S.

I The
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: That
Made
Ocala
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Annual Excursion Ocala to Jg
VIA
AIR LINE RAILWAY 1
JTJTjY 2 A2D 3
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM OCALA
To Savannah -$6.50
To Columbia .:... ... ..... : --- 8.50
ROUND TRIP RATES FR03I JACKSONVILLE
To Char!&cte $. 8.00
To Raleigh .'. $ 8.0r
To Richmond flO.Ofr
To Portsmouth .... ...... 110.00-
To Norfolk . ......... I...... $10.00
Special train leaves Jacksonville 11:20 a. m. Regular trains 7:15 7:15-a.
a. 7:15-a. m., 9:30 a. m. and 8:10 p. m. 1
ALL TICKETS GOOD TO RETURN TILL JULY 14- :
Tickets on sale on regular trains on July 2, and trains arriving Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville before noon July 3. Tickets good on Pullmans. ;
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BEAVER BOARD
Superior to Plaster
or 'CeiDng in
Quality or 'Price.
INVESIGATE.
BECVmSTTX
attention given to small trmeca.

To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance

Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne-
cessity is Oar Business

Stteami Laiindliry
Main Street
Phone 101.
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THE OCALA KVEN1XG STAR, SATURDAY, JTDXE 27. 1014
V
THE MARKETS
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Water color paints, full line.at
The Murray Co. 6-26-3t

Found, a rosary. Owner can ob obtain
tain obtain it at the Star office.
China at less than cost to make
room at The Murray Co. 6-2 5-3 1-
Chocolate Covered Crackers, 40
cents the pound at Gerigs. 6-19-tf
Messrs. H, M. -Hampton and
Jiathan Mayo spent yesterday in
Jacksonville.
"If it Isn't an Eastman it isn's a
kodak." GerigV Drug Stores,
Agent. 5-16-tf
Oood clocks very cheap at The
Murray Company. 6-25-3t
Chocolate 3Iolasses Peanut Butter.
A new package and a good one, 40
cents per pound. Gerig's. 6-19-tf
Keep your papers in a Globe Globe-Wernicke
Wernicke Globe-Wernicke filing cabinet and it will
save time and trouble. For sale at
The Murray Company. 6-23-3t
Mr. T. T. Weeks of Gainesville,
with' the Florida Audubon Society,
was in the. city yesterday and today
ln the interest of his work.
We have on hand ten hrand 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 & Co., W. Broadway. 25 6t
Alonzo Johnson was taken before
Justice J. G. Ferguson this forenoon
on a charge of violat4ng a contract
and was sentenced to pay a fine of
$100 or serve six mouths in the
county jail.
Landscapes, figures, etc., for wa water
ter water coloring, big lot at The Murray
Company. 6-2 6-3 1
FOR RENT -Five room cottage with
all modern conveniences; desira desirably
bly desirably located. Apply to Mrs. Jake
Brown, N. Tuscailla St. 6 23 6t
The fish continue to hite well in
Lake Weir, on the east side. The
people from Ocala who are there,
catch all they can use from the
docks, fishing a little while morning
and evening.
The report that fish were
the Witilaloochee W
as exagge
Most people think that Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville is hotter than Tampa, "but
Heron Todd, one of the new Knights
of Khorassan, isn't certain that such
is the fact.
Mr. X. P.gWade of Jacksonville,
who has been spending several days
at his old home in Montbrook and in
the western part of Marion, trans transacting
acting transacting business, was a visitor yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, leaving on the late train for
home. t
Mr. S. A. Griffis of Tampa, will
move to Ocala in a few days and will
have charge of the business here of
the Industrial Life and Health In Insurance
surance Insurance Company of Atlanta, which
has leased an office in the Merch Merchants
ants Merchants block and will make Ocala
headquarters .for this part of the
state. Mr: Griffis will bring his fam family
ily family here and is looking for a suita suitable
ble suitable cottage.
Dietetic Bran
Biscuit
The Cracker with a Mission.
Palatable, Nutritious and
, Health Giving.
The most obstinate cases of
chronic constipation have
been relieved by the persis persistent
tent persistent use of DIETETIC BRAX
BISCUIT.
Once you try them you will
want them again.
Order a Package
Today.. -.25c
O.K. Teapot Grocery
OCALA, FLA. r
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DAILY "WEATHER REPORT

The following weather report Is
furnished the Star every afternoon
by Mr. F. G. B. Weihe, local report
er for the -weather bureau operated
by the United States department of
agriculture, showing maximum and
minimum temperature and rainfall
during the twenty-four hours end ending
ing ending at 3 p. m.:
i Max. Min R. F
March average. 74 48 .03
April average 8 1 60 .09
May average. .83 61 .05
June 1.... ... .93 70
June 2.... .90 69 .12
June 3. .... .90 70
June 4 91 68 .01
June 5 .93 74
June 6. 93 69 .11
June 7. .95 69
June 8. 96 72
June 9 .90 69
June 10 94 69
June 11 92 67
June 12 92 64
June 13 ..97 69
June 14 97 73
June 15 95 73
June 16 90 77
June 17. 90 70 1.82
June 18. ..... .86 72
June 19 84 70 .73
June 20 . .81 70
June 21. 94 70 .32
June 22 93 70
June 23 93 73
June 24 ..91 74 .02
June 25....... 98 73 1.23
June 26 . .91 73 .34
June 27 93 73
Forecast
Unsettled tonight and Sunday,
probably occasional thunder show showers.
ers. showers.
AVAX LADIES WEPT
To show how hot it is, one gentle gentleman
man gentleman ofunimpeachable veracity de declares
clares declares that he has seen greasy tears
running down the cheeks of several
of the 'wax ladies in the drygoods
and millinery stores. But the gen genuine
uine genuine girls have been so dry that it
has been impossible to make them
cry without first filling them up with
sodawater.
YOUNG JERSEY MILK
COWS FOR SALE
Twenty-five head of young Jersey
milk cows with young calves for
sale. Will sell singly or as a whole.
This is a splendid opportunity for
some, one wishing to start a dairy.
H. H. Whit worth, Ocala, Fla. 6 13 tf
JUST WHAT SHE NEEDED
There is an old saying that "there
is a remedy for every ill." It is
sometimes years before you find the
remedy exactly suited to your case.
Mrs. Rachel Cribley, Beaver Dam,
Ohio, was sick for two years with
stomach trouble and constipation.
She writes, "My neighbors spoke so
enthusiastically of Chamberlain's
Tablets that 1 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.
SUMMERFIELD'S FOURTH
Everybody in South Marion should
remember that Summerfield is plan planing
ing planing for a large, round, juicy fourth
of July.
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.
Neighborhood Friends.
McINTOSH
Mcintosh, June 25. Commencing
Thursday July 2nd all the stores in
town will close at 12 o'clock during
the months of July and August.
The 4th semi-annual boat races
will 'be run. over the course off Orange
Lake on July 2nd, (Thursday,) com commencing
mencing commencing at 1 p. m.
The Island Grove and Mcintosh
baseball teams again crossed bats on i
the latters grounds last Saturday, j
which resulted in a score of 5 to 1
in favor of the home team. The
game was full of interest and excite- j
ment throughout, the score being J
1 to 1 until the seventh inning.
The winning battery was Lawrence j
Mizelle and Harry Ward. The home j
boys are figuring on journeying to
island Grove on July 4th, when we!
i know there will be a'close game.
Advertise in the STAR for results.

NAVAL STORES
' ti
New York, June 27. Turpentine,
49 to 49; rosin, $4.20.
STOCKS CLOSED STEADY
New York, June 27. Stocks clos closed
ed closed steady. Cotton closed steady. Un

changed to four points higher. July
12.79; October 1 2.65.
PROVISIONS
Chicago, June 27. September
wheat, 78; pork, nominal; lard,
$10.10; ribs, $11.45.
STOCKS
New York, June 27. Stocks con continued
tinued continued strong, leaders showing sharp
fractional advances.
COTTON
New York, June 27. Cotton dull,
fair demand, three points lower to
two points higher.
MEETING OF EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE THIS MORNING
Officers Elected and Other Important
Business Matters Looked
After
The county democratic executive
committee met at the court house
at 1 1 'o'clock this forenoon in re response
sponse response to a call made by the chair chairman.
man. chairman. Roll called showed a quorum
present, and the secretary was order ordered
ed ordered to read the minutes of the last
meeting, which was held on March
14. On motion the minutes were
adopted as read.
Treasurer's report was read, and
upon report of the sub-committee
appointed to examine same that it
was correct, it was adopted.
As the treasurer's report showed
that less than half of the funds as assessed
sessed assessed against the candidates had
been used during the campaign, a
motion, was made and carried that
half the amount be returned to the
candidates and that the secretary im immediately
mediately immediately issue checks for the
amounts due under the motion.
Upon motion the chairman was
authorized to name a credentials
committee to pass upon the names
submitted as members of the com committee
mittee committee for the ensuing two years.
Messrs. L. T. Hickson, D. B. Kibler
anS J. iE. Thomas were named and
a recess of ten minutes was taken to
await the action of the credentials
committee. The committee's report
recommended that the following
named committeemen constitute the
county committee for" the com coming
ing coming two years:
1, W. T. Gary; 2, E. D. Ttou; 3,
C. H. Mathews; 4, J. iL. B. Hudgens;
5, J. T. Huchison; 7, F. G. Buhl;
8, J. W. Davis; 9, Dr. H. W. Henry;
10, J. C. Pillans; 11, John Rogers;
15, J, C. McCraney; 16, S. -Ramey;
17, W. A. Priest; 20, T. M. Phillips;
21, G. C. Stanley; 22, L. T. 'Hick 'Hick-son;
son; 'Hick-son; 24, D. B. Kibler;i 25, J. E.
Thomas;, 28, C. E. Lucius; 29, Peter
Loose; 31, J. A. Jones; 32, D. R.
Zetrouer.
The report of the campaign com committee
mittee committee of expenses, etc., was accepted
and the members were allowed pay
for the extra meetings held during
the campaign between sessions of
the county committee.
The new committee then took
charge of the meeting, and Mr. W.
T. Gary was placed in nomination for
chairman. Mr. Lewis of Oklawaha
was called to the chair while the
election of chairman was under way.
There being no other nominations
for the position, Mr. Gary was elect elected
ed elected by acclamation.
- Election of a secretary and treas treasurer
urer treasurer was then taken up. As the new
primary law stipulates that a mem member
ber member of the committee shall be elected
to this position, Mr. Ferguson could
no longer serve. Messrs Kibler,
Rou and Davis were put in nomina nomination
tion nomination for the office, and the former
was declared elected upon receiving
the highest number of votes of the
members present. Mr. Kibler ap appointed
pointed appointed as his assistant Mr. D. Niel
Ferguson, who has been serving dur during
ing during the past term.
Upon motion, the pay of the com committeemen
mitteemen committeemen is to remain the same as
in the past, $2 per day and mileage
at the rate of 10 cents per mile one
way for attending meetings.
All the new members were requir required
ed required to sign the "oath of allegiance."
Their signatures were attested by
the secretary, who is also a notary
public. The names of the commit committeemen
teemen committeemen from the precincts not rep represented,
resented, represented, at this meeting will be
placed upon the list when properly
certified from the voters of the var various
ious various districts, at the next meeting of
the committee.
There being no further business
the committee adjourned to meet at
the call of the chairman.
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PRESIDENT WILSOII
MAKES A PROMISE
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that the thing should be postponed.
It will not be postponed. We are
the friends of business. We know
what we are doing; we propose to do
it under the advice of men who un understand
derstand understand the business of the coun country,
try, country, and we know that the effect is
going to be exactly what the effect of'
the currency .reform, a -sense of re relief
lief relief and security.
"Because when the program is
finished, it is finished; the interroga interrogation
tion interrogation points are rubbed from the
slate; business is given its constitu constitution
tion constitution of freedom and is bidden to go
forward. 'And just as soon as it
gets that leave and freedom there
is going to be a boom in this coun country
try country such as we never have witnessed
in the United States.
"I, as a friend of 'business, and a
servant of the country, would not
dare stop in this program and
bring on another long period of agi agitation.
tation. agitation. Agitation longer continued
would be fatal to the business of this
country, and if this program is de delayed
layed delayed there will come agitation with
every letter in the word a capital let letter.
ter. letter. The choice Is a sober and sensi sensi-ble
ble sensi-ble program now completed or
months upon months of additional
conjecture, and danger. I for one
could, not ask this country to excuse
aj policy which subjected -business to
longer continued agitation and un uncertainty;
certainty; uncertainty; and therefore I am sure
that it is beginning to be evident
that a constructive program at last
is not only to foe proposed, but com completed,
pleted, completed, and that when it is completed
business can get and will get, what
it can get in no other way rest, re recuperation,
cuperation, recuperation, and successful adjust adjustment.
ment. adjustment. i"t is a matter of conscience as
well as a matter of large public pol policy
icy policy to do wjiat this Congress I am
now certain is now going" to do fin finish
ish finish the program. And I do not think
it is going to'take a very long time.
I believe that the v?jrious elements
sometimes in antagonism in the
Congress of the United States are
drawing together, and that we shall
witness an early statesmanlike re
suit for which we shall have abund abundant
ant abundant reason to he thankful."
During the day the president had
received a letter signed by Champ
Clark, speaker of the House, and all
the Democratic representatives from
Missouri, pledging their support 'in
his campaign for anti-trust legisla legislation.
tion. legislation. He replied, expressing his ap appreciation.
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NOTICE OP SPECIAL. MASTER'S SALE
Notice Is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a final decree of fore foreclosure
closure foreclosure made and entered by the judge
of the circuit court of Marion county,
state of Florida, In chancery, on the
4th day of June, A. D. 1914, in a cer certain
tain certain cause lately pending In said court
wherein the city of Ocala. a municipal
corporation organized and existing
under the laws of tne state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, was complainant and J. H. Hicks
was defendant, the undersigned was
duly appointed special roaster in
chancery to execute said final decree,
and that pursuant thereto I will on
the first Monday in July, A. D. 1914,
viz:
The 6th Day of July, A. D. 1914
during the legal h6urs of sale, offer
for sale at public outcry at the west
door of the -court house of Marion
county. Florida, to the highest and
best bidder for cash, the following de described
scribed described property, to-wit:
Southwest V4 of lot 13 Cline's addi addition
tion addition to Ocala, Fla., lying and being in
Marion county, state of Florida, or so
much thereof as may te necessary to
satisfy said final decree and the costs
of said suit and this sale.
, W. E. SMITH.
6-6-5t-sat Special Master In Chancery.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL. MASTER'S SALE
Notice Is hereby given thA under
and by virtue of a final decree of fore foreclosure
closure foreclosure made and entered by the
judge of the circuit court of Marion
county, state of Florida, In chancery,
on the 4th day of June. A. D. 1914. in
a certain cause lately pending in said
court wherein Jhe city of Ocala. a mu municipal
nicipal municipal corporation organized and ex existing
isting existing under the laws of the state of
Florida, was complainant and I. W.
Ogle was defendant, the undersigned
was duly appointed snecial master in
chancery to execute said final decree,
and that pursuant thereto I will on
the first Monday in July. A. D. 1914.
viz:
The Cth Day ef Jaly, A. D. 114
during the leeel hours of sale, offer
tor sale at public outcry at the west
door of' the court house of Marion
county. Florida, to the highest and
best bidder for cash, th following- de described
scribed described property, to-wit:
All lot 9 block 19 Allred's addition
to Ocala. Florida, lying and being in
Marion county, state of Florida, or so
much thereof as may be necessary to
satisfy said final decree and the costs
;of said suit and this sale.
I C-C-St-sat W. E. SMITH.
Special Master in Chancery.

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LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
, 'Ocala Lodge Xo. 699, L. O. O. M.
-r.eets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m,
Visiting Brethren always welcome to
the -lodge and club house, on Mas-,
nolia. treet near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney, dictator.
' J. E.' Gates, Secretary. ad
XOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
Notice Is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a final decree of fore
closure mr.de and entered by the judge
of the circuit court of Marion county,
state of Florida, in chancery, on the
5th day of June-, A. D. 1914, in a cer certain
tain certain cause lately pending, in said court
wherein the city of Ocala, a municipal
corporation organized and existing un under
der under the laws of the state of Florida,
was complainant and H. C. Chambers
was defendant, the undersigned was
duly appointed special master in
chancery to execute said final decree,
and that "pursuant thereto I will on
the first Monday in July, A. D. 1914,
viz:
The Sixth Day ef Jaly, A. D. 114
during the legal hours of sale, offer
for salet. at public outcry at the west
door of the court house of Marion
county, Florida, to the highest and
besfbTdder for cash, the following de described
scribed described property, to-wit:
Al of ?)ots 24 and 25, Cllne's addi addition,
tion, addition, to Ocala, Florida, lying and be being
ing being In Marion cpunty. state of Florida,
or so much thereof as may be necessary-
to satisfy said final decree and
the -cost of said suit and this sale.
e-S-itaw W. E. SMITH.
Special Master in Chancery.
OTICE-OK. SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
and bv.slU of a. final decree of fore
closure made and entered by the judge
of theyflfcuit court of the fifth Judicial-
circTritr- of the state of Florida, in
a r f ai farl rr u ntv In s V o av
the th day, of May. A. D. 1914. i'n a
certain cause therein lately pending;
wherein- Lw 1 Hopkins was the com-,
plainant and Stephen J. Long and Lola
Long, his wife, were defendants, the
undersigaed was duly appointed spe special
cial special master In chancery to execute said
final decree, and that pursuant there
unto i 1 1 on in nri iMonniv in jnir.
to-wit:
The Sixth Day ef Jaly, A. D. 114
during' the .legal hours of sale, offer
for sale and sell at public outcry, at
the 'west door of the court house of
Marion county, state of Florida, to
the -hiehest : and best bidder for cash,
the "following described property, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: Five acres in a square form In the
corner of the northeast U of the south
east ; of section i. township 17
south, range 22 east, in Marion county,
state of Florida, a more particular de de-Kcrintton
Kcrintton de-Kcrintton of th said nronM Mnv
contained in a deed given by George
Williams and wife on the 34th day of
January. A. D. 1911. to Stephen J.
Long, or so much thereof as may be
necessary to satisfy the said final de decree
cree decree andlthe. costs of said suit and this:
sale. V.. E. SMITH.
--5t-sat Special Master In Caancery.
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