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OCALA FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1914
HEIR TO THE AUSTRIAN THRONE VAS
AND BULLETS USED
Sarajevo, June 29. Archduke
Francis Ferdinand, heir to the Austria-Hungarian
throne, ana his mor morganatic
ganatic morganatic wife, the Duchess of Hohen Hohenberg,
berg, Hohenberg, were' assassinated yesterday
while driving thru the streets of
Sarajevo, the Bosnian capital. A
youthful "Servian student fired the
THE SECOND ATTEMPT IN ONE
The Archduke and his wife were
victims of the second attempt in the
same day against their lives. First
a bomb was thrown at the automo automobile
bile automobile in which they were driving to
the town hall. Forewarned, how however,
ever, however, of a possible attempt against
their lives, the archduke was watch
ful and struck the missile aside with
his arm. It fell under an automobile
following, which carried members of
the Archduke's suite, wounding
Count Von Boss-Waldeck and Colo Colonel
nel Colonel Merizzo.
On the return from the town hall
the Archduke and the Dutchess were
driving to the hospital when Gavrio
Prinzipi darted at the 'car and fired
five shots at the occupants. His aim
was true and the Archduke and his
wife were mortally wounded.
, ASSASSINS ARE DEFIANT
Sarajevo, Bosnia, June 29. Prin Prin-ipl
ipl Prin-ipl and Gabrienvitch, the two young
felavs directly implicated in the as-
fisasslnation of the Archduke Francis
Ferdinand and his morganatic wife,
the Duchess of Hohenberg, here yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, are defiant and boastful.
They" were subjected to an all
might examination by the police.
AN OUTBREAK OF PANSLAVISM
Gabrienvitch acknowledges throw-
ng tne oomb boating: "It was a
ood Slavic bomb; it came from Bel Bel-rade.'
rade.' Bel-rade.' There are more bombs In
' PRINZIPL'IS PROUD
The 18-year-old prisoner Prinzipi,
ivho fired the shots that killed the'
Austrian heir and consort, assumed
he post of a hero, declaring hi3
name would go dowji in history.
IDNT INTEND TO KILL THE
The homes of the prisoners were
aided and documents seized discov-
ring an organization for the pur
pose of harassing the Austrian gov-
Prlnzipi said it was not
AS ARGUMENTS ACA!NST
THE CAPITAL CITY
their intention 'to kill the Duchess
of Hohenberg. Scores of anarchists
are being arrested today.
SHE WASN'T BORN
Even in deah the Austrian gov government
ernment government refused to recognize as the
duchess-the wife of the archduke.
CEMENTING AUSTRIA AND 'ITALY
London, June 29. The assassina
tion of Arch Duke Ferdinand will
have the effect of cementing Austria
and Italy more firmly for the pur purpose
pose purpose of curbing the Russian govern government
ment government and lessening its influence up upon
on upon the, Slav nations.
The4 'Arch Duke Charles Francis,
now heir apparent to the Austrian
throne, is closely connected through
marriage with the Italian royal
SYMPATHY FROM AMERICA
.Washington, June 29. President
Wilson -today sent a message of con condolence
dolence condolence to the emperor of Austria Austria-Hungary,
Hungary, Austria-Hungary, -saying he was "deeply
shocked at the atrocious murder,"
and extending the profound sympa sympathy
thy sympathy of the government and people of
the United States.
ANOTHER CRIME IN THE NAME
Sarajevo, June 29. When Prinzi Prinzipi
pi Prinzipi was arraigned late this afternoon
charged with murder, he said: "I
did it to avenge the oppression of
Rioting against Servians broke
out tonight. Servian shops were
BLAZE III BALTIMORE
MANUFACTURING PLANT AND
BIG HOTEL DESTROYED
Baltimore, June 29. The Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Manufacturing plant and the
Sweeney hotel were burned today.
One fireman wa3 injured during the
fire. The loss will be $100,000.
OPEN DAY A.VD 51UHT
Merchant'3 Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
et any hour. Adv.
THE VICTIM OF
UNDER LAKE MICHIGAN AT MIL MILWAUKEE
WAUKEE MILWAUKEE CAUSED MANY
WORKMEN TO BE
Milwaukee, June 29. Twenty Twenty-two
two Twenty-two men were injured, ten probably
fatally, today by an explosion 15ft
feet under the surface of Lake Mich Michigan,
igan, Michigan, at the end of the new Intake
tunnel, which extends from Lake
Park out under lake for over three
miles. iMany suffered -broken bones
and internal injuries. The explosion
was caused by compressed air in the
He Intends to Issue his Campaign
Orders from Sagamore Hill
Oyster Bay, June 2S. After hear hearing
ing hearing his physicians' decree that he
either must take a prolonged rest or
incur danger of permanent ill-health,
Col. Roosevelt has made plans to
conduct the fall campaign, so far as
possible, from Sagamore Hill. John
McGrath, his secretary has engaged a
cottage in the village and expects
to move there from New York.
Another decision Col. Roosevelt
reached was to stop the procession of
visitors to Sagamore Hill. He was
told his constant interviews with po political
litical political leaders were to much of a
strain and that he should see fewer
persons, and said hereafter he would
see no one except by appointment.
WENT BACK ON HIM
Mexico City, June 29. Huerta
and his cabinet held a long confer conference
ence conference yesterday and last night over
the military situation. It was report reported
ed reported that 5,000 volunteers sent to aid
General 'Maas against the rebels had
mutinied. Heports that Huerta has
conferred with agents of Carranza
are unconfirmed and unbelieved
OUTBREAK OF PLAGUE
IN NEW ORLEANS
New Orleans, June 29 Two cases
of bubonic plague were dissovered
WHiei Woniei are Given tie Ballet
They will all own a piece of real estate so they can
vote the full ticket. In order that everybody, both
men and women, may be in a position to vote, I am
going to put on within the next few days the most at attractive
tractive attractive real estate proposition that has ever been of offered
fered offered in Marion County. For particulars
DROVE HEAD-FIRST ON AX IRISH
REEF, BUT PEOPLE IX
Londonderry, June 29. In' a fog
and rain that rendered Tory Island
invisible from the mainland, the An Anchor
chor Anchor Line steamer California, New
York to Glasgow, went ashore last
night on the rocks off that island.
Wireless calls for help brought I
speed' assistance from several small
gunboats and torpedo boats patroll patrolling
ing patrolling the northwest Irish coast for
gun-runners in connection wifh the
ALL PASSENGERS TAKEN OFF
Londonderry, June 29. A thou thousand
sand thousand and sixteen passengers were
rescued today from the California,
which grounded last night in a thick
fog off Tory Island. Three hundred
were landed and the remainder pro
ceeded to Glasgow aboard the Cas Cassandra.
sandra. Cassandra. SLEEVELESS BAilllG SOITS
Pronounced by the Atlanta Recorder
to he Proper at Piedmont
Atlanta, June 28. Recorder Nash
Broyles has vetoed the park board's
rule prohibiting the wearing of
sleeveless bathing suits in the lake
at Piedmont Park. Harris G. White,
a prominent real estate and insur insurance
ance insurance man, arrested for wearing a
bathing suit without sleeves, ex exhibited
hibited exhibited a picture of himself yester yesterday
day yesterday in his bathing suit as his de defense.
fense. defense. Judge Broyles declared the
suit all right and dismissed the case.
Members of the park .board felt the
jolt, but -declined to say what they
would do with regard to the rule.
SECURED MORE HONEY
FOR THE STATE
Ten Thousand Dollars for Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Purposes Obtained by
Tallahassee, June 29. In regard
to the article from Washington
published in a number of Florida
papers in which it is stated, "ten
thousand dollars will be available to
the state of
on July 1st," the money being
propriated under the Smith-Lever
agricultural bill, Governor Trammell
stated today that about a month ago
he took this matter up with the de
partment at Washington and then
made the necessary application for
the fund on behalf of the state of
Florida. The governor makes this
statement as the Washington article
carries with it at least an inference
that no claim for the fund has been
made by this state.
KILLED THE COLOR ADOS
Bena vides Shot His Federal Prison Prisoners
ers Prisoners in Batches
El Paso, June 29. Two hundred
and fifty "Colorados," federal ir irregulars,
regulars, irregulars, captured by General Ben Ben-avides'
avides' Ben-avides' constitutionalists at Salinas
yesterday, were executed by firing
squads, according to a dispatch to today.
day. today. The rebels accuse the Color Color-ados
ados Color-ados of rapine and robbery under
guise of war.
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1SD1I A! MEXICO
FRESH HELD CLOSE COIIFEREIICE WITH AW 10
HAW OFFICIALS AT IE WHITE HOUSE
Washington, June 29. Cham-1
pions of peace for Mexico through
mediation worried today over the re report
port report from Niagara Falls that unless
Carranza ends his quibbling and
gives a definite answer of his inten-i
tion with regards to the proposed
parley with Huerta, mediation will
It is believed in Washington that
Carranza is sparring for time and
unless the mediators take a decided
stand he will drag the negotiations
along indefinitely. President Wilson,
Secretary of the Navy Daniels and
Rear Admiral Fletcher held a long
conference today, which it Is expert- i
ed will result in sore sort of definite
Made Clark Talk Pretty and Routed
Marshall and Bryan
Washington, June 2S. Woman
suffragists representing their sis sisters
ters sisters in thirty-eight states descended
on the capitol again yesterday seed seeding
ing seeding support from congressmen of all
Speaker Clark told them that
woman suffrage was as "Inevitable
as the rising of tomorrow's sun;"
Vice President Marshall, pressed to
make a more definite stand on the
question, naively intimated that his
wife would not let him; and Secre-
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i ;arv urvan. waviaia ov an eninus-
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Tnn c rotno in an o avotnr
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, president
of the National Woman's Suffrage
Association and Jane Addams of
Chicago, and Mrs. Desha Breckin Breckinridge
ridge Breckinridge of Kentucky, vice president,
pleaded their cause to both Vice
President Marshall and Speaker
BENZINE BUGGY, HIT A BOVINE
Party Thinks that Beef is
Very Expensive m
Dublin, Ga., June 29. Kjve men
were injured when the automobile in
which they were riding struck a cow
late last night. The car was running
fifty miles an hour when the collis collision
ion collision occurred. The cow was knock knocked
ed knocked into a field and killed. The ma machine,
chine, machine, whic his a wreck,- turned tur turtle.
tle. turtle. Lonnie Rowland's skull was
crushed and he may die. The
others will recover.
Advertise in the STAR for reunite.
AUTO HELD UP
DAD COMBINATION IN A
BAND OF JEALOUSY
Tampa, June 2S. A special from
Orlando to the Tribune says:
Orlando, June 27: The auto bus
running between Orlando and Oak Oakland
land Oakland was stopped by three armed
men this afternoon four miles out of
Orlando and. one of the party jumped-
onto the front step, emptying a pis
.(oT.'proniiscuously among the ten ten-passengers.
passengers. ten-passengers. The assailant was H. F. Hopson, a-,
mill worker living In Clermont who
claimed that Webb Silvester, one of
the passengers, tad stolen his wife -and
secreted her in Winter Garden.
One shot buried itself in the roof of
the bus and the balance took effect,
on the various passengers.
The most seriously wounded Is L.
C. Kunz, traveling man in the em employ
ploy employ of a Columbus, Ga., bank sup supply
ply supply house, who has -bullet wounds ins
his right arm and both hips.
Webb Silvester wa3 shot in the
right hip, and his brother has his
left elbow shattered. All will re recover,
cover, recover, but Kunz may lose a limb. .."
The attacking party were all un under
der under the influence of liquor which is
probably the only reason that no orie
There were two women in the bus
but both escaped Injury. As soon as
the firing ceased, the men in the bus
jumped out and captured the gunmen
after a severe straggle ,in which all
three were badly cut and bruised
with revolver -butts, bricks and a
small pocket knifV
The machine used by Hopson
brought in the three trouble makers
and the bus soon followed with its
passengers. Hopson and his pals
made no effort to flee and were lodg lodged
ed lodged in the county jail after having
their wounds' dressed.
ANGELES ACCUSED OF
BEING HUERTA'S AGENT
Washington, June 2S. Alfred
Breceda, private secretary of Gen.
Carranza. the constitutionalist lead leader.
er. leader. Issued last night a statement In
which he charged that Gen. Felipe
Angeles had inspired the recent con controversy
troversy controversy between Carranza and Villa,
He also accused Angeles of being in
reality an agent of Gen. Huerta.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR MONDAY, JUNE 29. 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGEI1 & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
15. R- Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business 3Lanager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
!ne year, In advance. . $5.00
llx months, in ad ranee.... 2.5
Three months, in advance.. 1.25
One month, ji advance .50
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance.... 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance.... .SO
Government thermometer in Qcala
Saturday registered maximum S7,
minimum 71. Sunday was a very
comfortahle day, and today is like likewise.
Its only been a short time ago
that Turkey bought a battleship from
Brazil, but the Greeks made no protest.
The etate democratic executive
committee will meet in Jacksonville
next Thursday, to elect a chairman,
secretary and treasurer.
Judging by the way Fairfax Har Harrison,
rison, Harrison, president of the Southern
Hallway, talks, the men at the head
of that great corporation do not an anticipate
ticipate anticipate anything like a panic.
his bride will never lose their Holt
on matrimonial bliss. Lakeland
3Ir. Holt has been much misrepre
sented by his political opponents,
who have added an uncalled-for per
sonal dislike to the opposition it was
their right to display in public af
fairs. Mr. Holt is a smart politician,
a good citizen, a good husiness man,
a good friend and a generous en
emy. If all knew him well, few
would dislike him. The Star hear heartily
tily heartily joins in wishes for the happiness
of him and his bride.
A. L. officials say that the
Pinella. special, the new tourist train
between St. Petersburg and Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville via Dunneilon will be a daily
Instead of a tri-weekly ext winter.
.According to recent dispatches,
our senators and congressmen, tho'
working hard, are having great diffi difficulty
culty difficulty in having the items for Florida
work that were cut out of the river
and harbor bill replaced.
Those Tldiculous horse hats will
"produce a breed of bald-headed
liorses in a few years. Why any anybody
body anybody supposes a horse, whose head
has been fitted in thousands of years
to remain uncovered, wants one of
the ihings on him is something we
The ITtmes-Union wants to know
'why '. the 'Germans shouldn't be al allowed
lowed allowed tto Oiig a canal across Nic Nicaragua
aragua Nicaragua Jf they want to. The Star
cant see w.hy any level-headed Am Am-'Crlcan
'Crlcan Am-'Crlcan objects rto .such an enterprise.
The Germans are good people, and
All the millions of their great nation
liave given us less trouble than tho
few iandred thousand greasers In
Isn't Itstrange that in the settle settle-'va&at
'va&at settle-'va&at uof the fdispute with IMexico ev everybody
erybody everybody feouia iave .forgotten all
about that salute to the flag that
was the only point in controversy.
The Star wishes everybody would
forget about it. It is the most ridic ridiculous
ulous ridiculous incident In all the foreign re relations
lations relations of the United States.
The word "protocol" so much in
use, just now, according to the dic
tionary, is made up of two Greek
words -meaning first nd glue. It is
to toe lioped that the protocol be between
tween between the United States and the
Huerta regime will stick. Miami
United States is already stuck.
The New York World says:
The calamity game has been over
played. It has been overplayed toy
the railroads. It has been overplay
ed by Wall street. It has been over overplayed
played overplayed by the banks. It has been
overplayed by Big Business in gen general.
eral. general. Evidence is multipying that
the country is tired of it, and that
it is disgusted with the methods of
acceleration that have been used to
The American people are not fools.
They are not disposed to cut off their
noses to spite their faces. They are
not given to burning down the barn
in order to get rid of the rats. A
few weeks ago there was a strongly
increasing sentiment that the govern government
ment government was pressing too hard upon bus business,
iness, business, and that a breathing-spell was
desirable. Public opinion in gener
al favored the railroads in their plea
for a 5 per cent increase in freight
rates. It favored the postponement
of the anti-trust bills until the short
Jesslon of Congress. There was gen general
eral general sympathy with the great cor corporations
porations corporations in their petitions for a
truce. That sympathy has been
iWe doubt If there was any "con "conspiracy"
spiracy" "conspiracy" such as the president sus suspected;
pected; suspected; but there was certainly too
much team work in the exploitations
of calamity too many mimeograph
letters, too many form telegrams, too
many protests framed in identical
language, too much proof that one
directing mind had instigated the
whole campaign, too much evidence
of a concerted effort to bluff the
president. Congress and the country.
Such methods are likely to defeat
themselves, and in this case the de defeat
feat defeat Is decisive.
There is a growing feeling that
the Interstate Commerce Commis Commission
sion Commission has not been ill-advised in put putting
ting putting the acid test on the petition of
the railroads for increased rates.
The kind of railroad finance that has
been dragged to light in the New
Haven case, the Rock Island case,
the Frisco case and the Pere Mar
quette case has done anything but
increase public confidence in the in integrity
tegrity integrity of railroad management and
in the truthfulness of railroad
Instead of halting anti-trust legis
lation, the campaign of calamity has
made it certain that Congress will
pas3 all of the administration's
measures before it adjourns. Inci
dentally, the country remembers how
bitterly the organized banking inter interests
ests interests opposed the new banking and
currency bill and how unanimously
they approved of it after it became a
law. It is rapidly coming to the con
clusion that business has been using
the same kind of bulldozing tactics
to which banking resorted.
Calamity may have looked like a
good weapon to terrify the country.
but it has turned out a boomerang.
BIG ESTATES ARE NOT
AN UNMIXED BLESSING
The following from the .Sarasota
Sun shows that the big estates es
tablished by -multimillionaires In the
south 'are not unmixed blessings.
The Geo. F. iMiles referred to is well
known in Marion county, and the
worth of county demonstration work
is conceded all over this state:
"At Arcadia Saturday .Judge Whit
ney granted a temporary injunction
restraining the county commission
ers of Manatee county from expend
Ing county funds in the employment
of a county demonstration agent.
The county commissioners recently
appropriated money for this purpose
which is supplemented by an appro
priation from the department of ag
riculture, and George F. Miles, for
merly one of the department's agri
cultural experts, but the past season
in charge of the Sarasota-Venice
Company's farming operations," was
chosen for the position of superin
tendent. The Sarasota-Venice Co. is
one of the organizations of the great
Potter Palmer estate in which J. H
Lord is interested and it is he who
applied for the injunction. Mr. Lord
is bitterly opposed to Mr. 'Miles and
It is said will leave no stone unturn unturned
ed unturned to prevent his employment. O. K.
Reeves, of Bradentown, represented
Lord, and Chas. T. Curry, of Braden Braden-town,
town, Braden-town, and Carey B. Fish, of Sarasota,
represented the county. The case
will be taken to the supreme court
at once. The Injunction was asked
for on the claim that the county has
not authority to employ a demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration agent. It 'being experimental
work properly paid for from state
funds. A great many counties in
Florida have employed experts and
should the supreme court make the
injunction permanent, it will create
an awkward situation in these counties."
Senator Fletcher says he will fight
lie appointment of Dignan to be
postmaster at Jacksonville to a finish.
If he succeeds in preventing the
confirmation until the Senate ad adjourns,
journs, adjourns, the president will probably
make an ad interim appointment,
which will put Dignan in and keep
tilm In during this administration,!
unless charges can be made against
him with proof to have him turned
out. Its a great pity our senators
nave fallen out over this matter,
which is of very little Importance to
any but the candidates for the office
and a few of their friends.
Most of what Editor Benjamin of
the Ocala Star reads in the ex exchanges
changes exchanges nowadays seems to make
him tired. Weather perhaps has
earoiethine: to do with it. St. Pe-
Weather must be so hot in St. Pe
iersburg that the sweat running Into
Striub's eyes keeps him from read read-Ins
Ins read-Ins the Star correctly. One of the
principal recuperations of the editor
of the Star Is reading his Florida ex
changes. which in interest excel
those of any other state.
Atlantic Coast Line
Augusta, Ga 54.00
Atlanta, Ga 6.00
Birmingham, Ala 8.00
Chattanooga, Tenn 8.00
Macon, Ga 4.00
Richmond, Va 10.00
Norfolk, Va 10.00
Wilmington, N. C 8.00
JPJeasant Holt is sentenced to com
rn5t matrimony in Atlanta next Tues
day. There have been things said
about this gentleman that were not
Jleasant, but here's hoping he and
Pay CiirreM Exp2DSgs By CEseEi.
A checking account with us facilitates household book bookkeeping;"
keeping;" bookkeeping;" insures an efficient, safe and economical form of
Large or small, accounts subject to check are invited.
if rot Si
-THE BEST IN DANHING."
Louise Milsen and Dorothy Mllsen.
These were the over Sunday visitors,
the daughter staying down. Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday Mrs. E. M. Faver and .Mrs. Ion
Farris and three children arrived for
a few days visit. On Wednesday
morning tMr. Alsop and the two ladies
were fishing on the "beautiful Lake
Weir. They caught a nice string.
One of the fish caught by-one of the
ladles was a bouncer, measuring
twenty-five Inches long.
The lake front to the north of R.
G. Alsop's home Is the tenting site
chosen by the Jacksonville stag par party.
ty. party. It is needless to say the .boys are
having the time of their lives. The
party Is composed of the following:
Messrs. Alsop, iWalling, Gothe and
Tally. It will he quite easy for the
boys to have a hot time.
Air. Eddie Gano of Mascotte came
up Monday to be with his brother In
the office here for a few 4ays.
Tickets sold July 3rd, from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville only. Final limit July 14 th.
GOOD OX ALL TRAINS.
For infprmation cail on ,or write
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A.,
A. C. L. R. R., Jacksonville, Fla.
J. G. KIRKLAXD D. P. A.,
Phone 132, Tampa, Fla.
Weirsdale, June 25, Mr. J. Cor Cornell
nell Cornell transacted business in Ocala
Mr. and Mr. A H. Foss of South
Lake smarted for Boston, Mass., Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. They intend summering in
that polite city-
Several of our .boys attended the
ball game at Oklawaha Saturday.
Miss Sally Signton who has been
visiting with home folks at South
Lake 'Weir for several days return
ed to Gainesville Saturday.
Ocala had the following Saturday
traders from this 'place: Mrs. W. B
Coggins and two youngest daughters,
Mrs. M. C. Wilson, and 3lr. A. A.
Mr. Henry 'M. Gladding' was in
Ocala Sunday and Monday of this
week, visiting with friends.
Mr. A. A. Bartlett recently receiv
ed very sad news that his son-in-law,
Mr. Connor, who 'visited here last
winter had passed away. Mr. Bart
lett and iMIss Carrie Frank, had ex
pected to start North to be with the
sick man in a day or so. Now they
will postpone their contemplated vis
it till sometime in July.
Miss Irene Gates who has been In
Webster with her sister, Mrs. Brown,
for several weeks returned home
Thursday. Mrs. Brown and bright
little son autoed up here with Miss
Irene and visited till over Sunday
with home folks.
Mr. Allen Cameron and mother
left on the early train Wednesday
for Godrich, Ontario, Can. Mrs
Cameron will stay all summer, bu
her son will return In a few weeks
The extreme heat was quite taxing
on one so old as -Mrs. Cameron. We
hope she may find it more pleasan
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Peek of South
Lake left Wednesday noon for Phil
adelphia. They expect to be g
till sometime in November.
Mr. Wm. Alsop has been unusual
ly tmsy entertaining relatives and
visitors of late. Saturday his daugh
ter, Miss Agnes, arrived with gir
friends from Jacksonville, Misses
Louise Barry, Elizabeth Cockerel
Announcement of U. D. C. Scholar Scholarship
ship Scholarship The U. D. C. scholarship commit committee
tee committee announces the following scholar scholarships
ships scholarships open to applicants for the
scholastic year 1914-15:
Scholarship for .boys, Columbia
Military Academy, Columbia, Tenn.,
Scholarship for girls, Washington
Seminary, Washington, D. C, value
Scholarship for girls, Agnes Scott
College, Decatur, Ga., value $175.
Scholarship for girls, School of
Atlanta, value $65.
Scholarship for girls. School of
Mothercraft, 59 West Fifty-ninth
street, New York, value $150.
Scholarship for girls. Centenary
College, Cleveland, Tenn., value
Scholarship for girls or hoys, Uni
versity of Chicago, value $120.
These are partial scholarships and
cover tuition, hat do not Include
board which must be paid 'by the
beneficiary, who f required "to hoard
In the school granting scholarships.
except in the normal schools.
Daughters of the Confederacy are
requested to aid the committee in
finding worthy applicants. Please
have this circular printed ta your
ocal and county papers.
The following' scholarships have
already been awarded for 1914-15:
Julia Tutwiler, scholarship (Univer
sity); Virginia Clay Clopton, schol
arship (Monte valla), Alabama divis-
on scholarship (University) r Lee
Memorial (Auburn): Judsos Uni
versity of Pennsylvania, Brenau Col-
ege, Gainesville, Ga.; Athens Col-
ege, woman 8 Uo liege, ouontgemery;
Livingston Normal; Florence Nor Normal;
mal; Normal; Chambliss Memorial scholar scholarships
ships scholarships Buford College (Nashville);
Howard College; Ogonts College,
Ogonts, Pa.; -Southern University
(Greenboro); Peekskill "Military
Academy (Peekskill N. T.) ; Jeer-
son Military College, (Washington,
Miss.); University High School
MONEY FOR BUILDING WANTED
Party in Ocala wants $2500 to
$3500 to build on business lot in
good portion of city, with mortgage
on property for security. Money can
be paid back quarterly, yearly or in
lump sum in definite number of
years. Good, safe proposition. Lot
Is worth as much as building desired.
If Interested, address P. O. Box 417,
Ocala, Fla. 6-28-tf
DI9MISSED IN DISGRACE
Oranges Bananas New Irish Potatoes
Marlon County Fresh Smoked Hams
Marion County Fresh Smoked Sides
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Harris of .Mississippi, a young enlist
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last night to the boundaries of the
government reservation at Annapoli3
and there dishonorably discharged
from the service because he had im impersonated
personated impersonated another man in an ex
amination for admission to the naval
academy as a midshipman.
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(Special Correspondence I. X. S.)
Vera Cruz, June 15. Don Teo Teo-doro
doro Teo-doro Dehesa is Vera Cruz's great
man He was governorof the state
for eighteen years, he is rich, cultur cultured,
ed, cultured, and to him repair the doubtful
for advice on business and politics-
pratieularly on politics, though the
dignified ex-governor will tell you
that he ha3 retired from politics
and has only an onlooker's interest
in the passage of events. His re retirement
tirement retirement from politics was coinci coincident
dent coincident with the resignation of Porfirio
Diaz of the presidency.
More than once when the distract distracted
ed distracted country has been putting its fa favorite
vorite favorite conundrum "who .can hold
down the lid when Huerta drops
out" there has been mention of the
grave old-time governor, under
whose dominion Vera Cruz remained
steady and prosperous and at peace,
though all the rest of the country
struggled and revolted but Don
Teodoro will tell you that this is idle
talk -that he aspires to no such post
in the settlement of his country's
He is content to hope for peace,
to do what he can to bring about
peace and for the rest he is satis satisfied
fied satisfied among his, books and pictures
and he has some pictures worthy of
anybody's attention. There is a Mu Mu-rillo
rillo Mu-rillo on the walls of the home so
unprepossessing externally, so beau beautiful
tiful beautiful within that might well be in
one of the great museums, and a
Watteau that is unmatched this side
of the big water, and others fit for
their company, but as he says
you ought to see his real collection
in1 his real home in 'Jalapa,. capital
of the state, now the camp of the
biggest federal force this side of
In another country this big
eagle-beaked ex-governor could not
have escaped being the "Sage of
Cineo de 'Mayor Street." Like others
of his class he ha3 held himself
aloof from the Americans since, the
occupation, but his home attracts all
that is going on in the way of Mex Mexican
ican Mexican activity.
"What do you see ahead for Mex Mexico?"
ico?" Mexico?" was the -first question put to
him after the formalities had been
"Peace," he replied, "What else
is there for anybody to look forward
"And how is that peace to be
'"By the efforts of the best of her
own people. Mexico is no more diffi difficult
cult difficult to govern than any other nation.
We have our turbulent classes, and
we have more than our share of peo people,
ple, people, who have no education, but the
ideals of Mexicans who are thought thoughtful
ful thoughtful enough to have ideals, are those
of every other civilized race on
earth. We are unfortunate in that
a man of egotism has seized the
headship of the government; the
people cannot rest quiet under such
a ruler neither will they be more
content under some soldier of for fortune
tune fortune who seizes his power. Such a
situation has confronted many na nations
tions nations and it has always been settled
in the same way when it has been
settled without scandalizing the
world. The time will bring forward
the man a man whose principles
are honesty and justice, who is firm
enough to suppress the factions
whose interest lie in exploitation,
but who proceeds without thought
of personal vengeance of personal in interestwho
terestwho interestwho is competent to deal
with the situation."
"And do you know such a man?"
"There are many; you journalists
have given the world the idea that
there are none but adventureres and
grafters among us; just as you and
I include the journalists of my own
country have builded such men as
Villa and Zepata into world figures,
by your exaggerations- by your mul multiplying
tiplying multiplying the number of their follow followers
ers followers ten-fold and endowing them with
picturesque characteristics they do
not possess. Even among the fac fac-tionalists
tionalists fac-tionalists there are men of sufficient
intelligence, principle and patriotism
to restore peace in Mexico, given the
"And who, in your judgment, is
the best man to succeed Huerta?"
"I do not care to attempt to name
any particular man. The mediators
will doubtless arrive at a satisfacto satisfactory
ry satisfactory solution, including an acceptable
successor, to Huerta. I suppose thy
went with plenary powers; to accom-
polish such a mission.
"Then you think Mexico is capable
og being pacified without interven intervention?"
tion?" intervention?" "Intervention! What call has
your country to intervene in the af affairs
fairs affairs of mine? A pacification of con conquest
quest conquest has no place in the mind of a
"Hasn't a nation a right and a
duty to protect Its own citizens from
murder and exploitation? Mexico
has not been able to protect Ameri Americana."
cana." Americana." "There has been comparatively few
such outrages. In a country where
revolution is rife there will always
be some affliction of foreigners by
bandits. Even in peace- time, you
have had your own anti-Italian and
anti-Japanese riots. As to the re recent
cent recent hardships suffered by Ameri Americans,
cans, Americans, the arresting an3 imprisoning
of correspondents and others, please
bear in mind that your troops have
landed on our soil, that you hold
our principal port. Suppose the au autonomy
tonomy autonomy of United States was threat threatened
ened threatened by a great power that seized
and held the port of New York,
would the subjects of such a power
be very popular with you?."
The -general in command just be beyond
yond beyond your outposts illustrates the ef effect
fect effect on Mexicans of the invasion.
General Garcia Pena had nothing in
common with Huerta's administra administration.
tion. administration. He declined to take part in the
civil war; he would not fight for
Huerta against the rebels and he
would not fight with the rebels
against hs country, but when a for foreign
eign foreign foe landed on oar shores, like
an honest soldier he placed his sword
at his country's disposal and wel welcomed
comed welcomed an assignment where he would
be the first to confront the invader
and that is th3 attitude or every Mex Mexican
ican Mexican officer, even among those class classed
ed classed as Huerta's enemies."
"You have seen the American
soldiers, sailors and marines, what
is your opinion of their conduct'since
they have been In the possession of
"They are soldiers doubtless ex excellent
cellent excellent soldiers; their conduct has
been average "regular" was- the
expression the governor employed.
After the fighting was over, when
their officers had them under con control
trol control and the lust of battle was past;
they were exemplary, but your sold soldiers
iers soldiers are not tow-headed angels.
During the two days firing there
were excesses. Some of my friends
suffered intrusion, there was some
looting and some unnecessary' shoot shooting;
ing; shooting; there always is on such oc occasions.
casions. occasions. It is not a subject for criti criticism
cism criticism but it looks different from the
side of the invader and that of the
"Suppose you were to succeed Hu Huerta,
erta, Huerta, how would go about pacifying
"There is only one way, by exact
justice; the suppression of violence
the elimination of those who insist
, "And how1 would you deal with
such chiefs as Villa and Zapata, if
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they failed to agree to your plans of
"They would, te dealt with; the
world is wide and men who would
not keep peace in Mexico might be
accommodated elsewhere. There Is
a difference between justice and ven vengeance.
geance. vengeance. "Whoever is chosen must for forget
get forget the past. Men must not be exe executed
cuted executed for what political part they
plaj'ed, but there must te no weak weakness
ness weakness in dealing with those who per persist
sist persist in defying the new government.
Some doubtless would try the old
fashion of revolt when they did not
get what they thought they could
command, but the fate of those would
deter others. All the best men and
the strongest men in the country de desire
sire desire peace; they will not support un unworthy
worthy unworthy politicians but there will be
no lack of patriotic support of an ad administration
ministration administration devoted solely to the
country's welfare. Before such a
united sentiment rebellions will
"And the land question?"
"A dream. Divide the land among
our Indians and they will not hold
It a week. Tn a very short time the
shrewd land speculators or the old
owners would buy it from them for a
meal or a drink and the whole prob problem
lem problem would have to be gone over
again. Until we have eiucated
these people to the responsibility of
holding property it is impossible to
make s"ch a distribution as the theo theorists
rists theorists suggest. Only education can
make of Mexico a community of
small land owners. You ask me
about plans of regenerating thi3
country; the statesmen and the sold soldiers
iers soldiers can only make a beginning; it
is the schools that will finally solve
all Mexico's problems and we re require
quire require no American assistance to ac accomplish
complish accomplish that destiny, thank you."
This then is the way it looks to
a Mexican gentleman, who, accord according
ing according to his enemies, won neither his
eighteen years of peaceful adminis administration
tration administration nor his million dollars, by
milk and water methods.
Chas. E. Mlchelson
If ycu wish to go away tor tile
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
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entertainment. Monteagie is on the
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over 2,000 feet above sea level. The
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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
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NOTICE OF ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
To Whom it May Concern: This
is to certify that I have this day
placed in the city pound the follow
ing described animals which have
been found running at large within
the corporate limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
One red spotted cow marked up
per 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 n
m., on said day at the city pound in
Ocala, Fla. W. F. Adams,
Marshal City of Ocala.
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR. MONDAY, JUNE 29. 1914
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this
Mr. Clarence Zewadskl, who was; mother in that city for five weeks,
graduated last week from the Uni-jand during July Mr. and Mrs. Jones
versity of .Michigan at Ann Harbor, J will probably take a cottage there
has returned home for his summer for the remainder of the summer,
vacation. Next fall !Mr. Zewadskij
will enter the law department of thej
university for a four years' course.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Martin return returned
ed returned thi3 afternoon from a brief visit
to the former's brother at Wild wood.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Charles are
home from a fortnight visit to rela-?
lives in Tampa, St. Petersburg and
other South Florida points.
Mr. H. D. Palmer of Tampa was;
the guest of his brother, Mr. Whit
Palmer Saturday night, leaving on
the early Sunday train for Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, to visit his mother, Mrs. Julia
Mrs. J. II. Nelson and daughter
Rita, who have been guests of Mrs.
Nelson's sister-in-law, (Mrs. B. X.
Looney for some time, left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Jacksonville.
Mrs. Harvey Hutchinson and little t
Miss Sarah Hutchinson of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, have concluded their visit to
Mrs. H. M. Hampton and are now
guests of Mrs. M. E. Robinson.
Mrs. O. C. Tignor pleasantly en entertained
tertained entertained the members of the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist sewing circle this afternoon at
the home of her mother, Mrs. Bach Bach-elder
elder Bach-elder on Exposition street.
Master Harris Powers is the guest
of his grandparents, (Mr. and. Mrs. F.
E. Harris, for a week, having ac accompanied
companied accompanied his father, Mr. L. A.
Shepherd of Chicago, this far on his
trip to South Florida to attend to
"Miss Miriam Pasteur is now enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying a delightful visit to Charlottes Charlottesville,
ville, Charlottesville, Va. Before returning she will
make a series of visits to relatives
in North Carolina.
Cards from Mr. W. B. Gallagher
"Of Tampa convey the welcome news
tLat he is daily gaining strength
from his recent illness and that he
wlllrr.eturn home in a few days.
-Mr.."md Mrs. John Dodge and two
children, who were week-end guests
tdf. the former's parents, Dr. and 'Mrs.
W.H. Dodge at the manse, returned
to their Jiome in Jacksonville this
JMiss Ethel Haycraft has returned
rnm a delightful visit to her aunt,
Mrs. G. I. Singleton, at Inverness.
" Col. and Mrs. Robert Davis of
Gainesville, were prominent visitors
-enjoying Sunday in this city. The
strip was made through the country
in their car. -j
31ass 'Lutie Holder, one of the effi-
salesladies in Rheinauer&
Company's store, left Saturday foTjsummer monthjr-TTSiting relatives
Pittsburg to visit her brother dur-
"Mrs. H. C. Lane and Miss Nannie
SnSith of North Carolina, who were
recent guests at the home of the
former's son, Dr. W. K. Lane in this
city, are now visiting Col. and Mrs.
J. P. Cobb in Tallahassee.
3Irs. Lillian Butler, who, with her
husband and children moved from
Williston to Orlando a few months
ago, died at the latter place Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, and Saturday her body was
interred in the family burial ground
lrs. D. W. Tompkins and Missj
Irene Tompkins will go to the moun-
tains, in a short time to spend rbej.
, remainder of the summer, but their
destination has not yet been
. decided upon.
IMrs. G. Graham Dockrell return returned
ed returned to her home in Jacksonville Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afier a pleasant visit with
Mrs. E. H. Peter.
blasters Howard and James. Peter
have gone to New Smyrna to visit
their grandmother, Mrs. M. Knapp.
Mr. and Mrs. Siebert Davis were
guests of the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Davis, motoring
down with friends from Gainesville.
KIT. and Mrs. E. E. Dobbs and Mr.
and Mrs. H. Ci Jones have returned
from a .deligt tful motoring trip to
St. Petersburg and are loud in their
praise of thej substantial develop develop-Eaeni
Eaeni develop-Eaeni now going on in Pinellas coun-
rhildren of Mr. SudOIfS.
ies have been visiting their grand-
department call phone 106)
Ardis Waterman was the
with whom the members of
the Presbyterian Sewing Circle met! end at Lake Weir were Mr. William
this afternoon at 4 o'clock. nVoods and son, Mr. Harry Mc-
Corkle, Mr. Barney Spencer, Mr.
Miss Margaret Taylor leaves early j
tomorrow morning for Jacksonville, i
sailing from there for New York to;returnei on the 6 o'clock train this
resume her studies at Columbia Col-
? i -r r t r r t ;il
lege, m sepiemuer -uiss i aj lor win
receive a degree from the universiiy
! and immediately afterwards she will
go to Valdosta, Ga., where she has
accepted a position for the winter as
literary critic in the normal school.
Mr. John Chazal went to Wood Wood-mar
mar Wood-mar j-esterday afternoon in his Ford
car, taking his younger brothers and
sisters and Mr. Julian .Brown. He
returned this morning.
Messrs. Walter Marsh and .Robert
Flinn spent Sunday with their fam
ilies at Woodmar, returning this
Mrs. T. C. Carter and little son
returned this morning from St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, where they have been
making a most pleasant visit to rel relatives.
atives. relatives. Mj and iMrs. B. F. Condon and
infant daughter were the Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Con Connor
nor Connor at North Lake Weir.
airs. J. N. Jones of Temlle. Ga., is
visiting her sister, -Mrs. J. G. Fer3
guson. She is accompanied by
daughter, Miss Louise, who
uated last -month from Wesl
Female College at Macon.
Jones will be -emembered bv
Ocalans as Miss Emma Weaver,who
spend her childhood days here
Miss Sarah All of Charleston, sHmy for four years.
C, who is the attractive young guest
of Miss Blair Wood row at Woodmar,
will be the guest of honor at a de delightful
lightful delightful party given Thursday eve
ning by her hostess. The guests will
leave the city about 6:30 o'clock in
cars and chaperoning the party will
be Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lloyd and Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Anderson.
The members of the Baptist sew sewing
ing sewing circle met at the home of Mrs.
Paul Durand this afternoon where
they enjoyed two hours pleasantly.
Mrs. D. G. Haley and daughter of
Jacksonville and her sister, Mrs.
Price and baby of Tampa will leave
shortly for the Adirondack moun mountains
tains mountains to spend the remainder of the
summer. Mrs. Haley and Mrs. Price
were formerly Misses Anna Mixon
and 'Mary Phillips of this city-
Mrs. C. P. Howell and Miss Mar
garet Howell' Leave Thursday for
Clarksville, W Va., to spend the
and friends at their old home.
Mr. Claude Nelson received the
sad news Saturday night of the death
of his father, Mr. W. !M. Nelson at
Columbia, S. C. Mr. Nelson and his
sister, Mrs. B. N. Looney, left on the
Sunday morning and afternoon trains
to attend the funeral.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Theus and .Mr.
and Mrs. R. M. Beall drove over to
Daytona, in Mr. Theus' car Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, for a week-end visit to Mr.
Theus' brother, Mr. John Theu3.
iss Maye fell
is very efficient!)
filKng the posifiojrLof bookkeeper and IV
stenographer for the Theus-Zachryy
Miss Alma '.Mdinf is the efficient
cashier at Kressd refreshment em
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lee of Mor-
riston drove over in their car this
afternoon and are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake.
Mrs. H. S. McAteer and children
and Mrs. W. T. Cole left yesterday
for a visit to Daytona Beach.
Dr. H. C. Johnson of Palatka,
spent .he week end with his sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
M. R. Hunnicutt.
; Mrs. B. N. Johnson, who has been
!the guest for several weeks of her
daughter, Mrs. M. R. Hunnicutt,
Returned today to her home in At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. A.
Mr. and Mrs.
faille and Mr.
and Mrs. -W. R
ChaillA of Miami,
former residents of Ocala, were
numbered among the guests attend attending
ing attending an elaborate Greek wedding
solemnized in that city Thursday.
The bride, nee Miss Christi Boneta,
has only been in this country a few
weeks, she having come from
Greece to be married to Theodore
j Pero. a Greek who had been in this
country seven years and whom she
haJ never seen. The groom is well
thought of in business circles. Ar-
cenious Davis, archimandritis from
Savannah, performed the ceremony.
Among those who spent the week-
Messrs. Frank and
andMiss Counts. All
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Carroll, Merris
Carroll and Miss Leontine Ramsaum
returned from Woodmar this morn morning,
ing, morning, where they have been for a few
i.Mr. Ha'ffey spent the week end at
Woodmar. the guest of Mr. D. S.
Miss Victoria Raysor will leave in
July for Asheville, X. C, to visit
relatives and friends for several
weeks. Before returning she will
also visit in Allendale, S. C.
A card from Mrs. E. H. Richard'
, son, formerly of this city, but for
the last dozen years or more a resi resident
dent resident of New York, announced that
he and her son Eddie have removed
to Washington, where E3die is man manager
ager manager of a department of one of that
city's big stores. Eidie was a little
cliap in knickerbockers, so it is
hard to realize that he is now a
young man of 25 or more.
Mr. Ternll Barco, a nenhew of
rs. Walter Hood and Mrs. W. K.
Zewadski. has numbers of relatives
and 'fiends in tiny county who will
be in-rested to learn that he is now
visiting his fatherT""r. J. B. Barco,
in Clearwater, reaching there last
ThurrJttay from Jfne Philippines,
where as first lieutenant he has
been serving in the United State
Mrs. W. D. Richie was taken to
the hospital last night and operated
on for appendicitis this morning.
She is doing very nicely.
Miss Alta Grace continues to hold
AT THE HAPTIST CHURCH
Whether it was the effect of a
high thermometer or a low baro barometer,
meter, barometer, or a combination of both,
the usual large audience at the
morning service at the Baptist
church yesterday was simply a mem memory
ory memory and consequently paradoxical
as it may seem those sitting near
the middle of the church had front
seats. However,. Pastor Stephens is
a thorough optimist and neer lets1 a
small matter like that phase him,
nd wben he calfed for a vot on the
Hobson-Shepard bill and some two
hundred stood up and less than a
half dozen kept their seats he seem seemed
ed seemed well satisfied.
In: a forceful, logicar manner the
pastor outlined tke aforesaid bill, a
bill' prohibiting tlje manufacture cr
sale of alcoholic liquors after a spe specified
cified specified time in any state or territory
in the Union, except for scientific or
medicinal purposes- It appears that
the promoters of the bin (which is
still in committee) did not intend to
have the bill before the House till
some time later, but the opponents
of the bill suddenly got thing in
shape to have it brought up on July
6th, apparently with the idea chat
some of the prohibition forces will
Why not now?
of all kinds
made to order
J See, Phone or Write
Phone 331, N Main St.
not have gotten over the 4 th by that
time and will not be on hand to urge
Its adoption, so all the good people
of the country as represented in
church and Sunday school are very
busy getting up petitions, writing
letters and wiring their congressmen
and senators to be on hand at the
time of the final vote, and to cast
their vote as suggested in those let letters,
ters, letters, petitions and telegrams, and if
the whole country gets as busy in
tfcat direction as are the congrega congregations
tions congregations of Ocala, the members of
House and Senate will have to pass
another appropriation bill to fur fur-nisi
nisi fur-nisi them with a few more secre secretaries
taries secretaries as the present number will
be totally inadequate to the task.
Another very interesting subject
the pastor mentioned was the fact
that this Sunday rounded out two
years of his labors with the Ocala
thurcfc and that on Sunday next be beginning
ginning beginning his third year he wished to
make some suggestions to the con congregation
gregation congregation aloug the line of future
work and as an incentive for a large
turn out he notified those present
that there would be no subscription
paper passed around in behalf of any
object so he hoped there would be a
big congregation at the services next
Mr. Stephens preached an elo eloquent
quent eloquent sermon founded on the 53rd
chapter of Isaiah, a chapter more
widely known and read than possi possibly
bly possibly any chapter in the Old Testa Testament,
ment, Testament, excepting, of course, the 23rd
Psalm. The theme of the discourse
was the prophecy of Christ's sub substitution
stitution substitution for man's sins and the ful fulfillment
fillment fulfillment of that prophecy, the
preacher saying that it was remark remarkable
able remarkable how each verse was verified In
the life of Christ on his death on
the cross. Speaking of that death,
he said that while the physical
anguish, nails driven through his
hands, the spear thrust Into his side,
must have been almost unbearable,
yet it was as nothing compared with
the mental anguish he must have
suffered; that the emotions are oft often
en often stronger than bodily pain, that a
soldier Is often badly wounded and
yet keeps on fighting while he has
the strength but when the emotion
subsides he will collapse from acute
Today this doctrine of substitution
is the only point of discussion among
men. The divinity of Christ is very
seldom questioned, but it is often
difficult to Instill Into the hearts of
M A CT1CB
men that Christ died as the sub substitute
stitute substitute for man's sins, ahso that it is
not a special act for the benefit of
one family, one city or one nation,
but that the natives of the Orient;
are as much entitled to that blessing
as his brother of the west. Fr"by
his 6tripes we are all heald."
A DELIGHTFUL SUMMER RESORT
One of the nicst 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. Moot Moot-eagle
eagle Moot-eagle embraces all the delights of
wild, rugged mountain scenery, with
many beautiful rides, drives and
match Fes3 views In a few minutes-of
a town; a great cave, that In beauty
rivals iMammoth Cave of Kentucky
with the attractions of an up-to-date
little railroad town, and its great
Summer Chautauqua, which will be
open thru July and August.
Por health, climate and scenery
Monteage cannot 'be excelled In the
The water supply Is cold, clear
and pure, and no cleaner spot can be
Board there can be obtained at
from $7 to $10 per week, at the ex excellent
cellent excellent Cumberland House, which is
being operated by Mrs. E. W. Wil Williams
liams Williams of St. Petersburg, an exper experienced
ienced experienced hotel woman.
Chocolate Covered Crackers, 40
cents the pound at Gerlgs'. 6-19-tf
HOUSES FOR REXT
Apply to S. H. CHRISTIAN", co'r co'r-ner
ner co'r-ner of Osceola and Washington
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe Is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, p'oprle-
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
This remedy always wln3 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. .. Jtdt.
All tires and tubes sold at the
establishment of "Davies the tiro
man" from July 1, will be sold only
for CASH, but with a 5 dis discount.
count. discount. 6-28-tf
Kidney Troubles Attack Ocala Hea
and Women, Old and Young
Kidney Ills seize young and old.
Often come with little warning.
Children suffer in their early years.
Can't control the kidney secre secretions.
tions. secretions. Girls are languid, nervous, suffer
Women worry, can't do daily
Men have lame and aching backs.
If you have any form of kidney ills
Tou must reach the cause the
Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak
kidneys have brought relief to
Ocala testimony proves it.
O. C. Tignor. salesman, 92 Tusca Tusca-willa
willa Tusca-willa St., Ocala, Fla., says: "One of
the young eons of the family had
kidney weakness and Doan's Kidney
Pills, procured from Tydings & Co's.
Drug Store, were used. The great
benefit they brought warrants me In
recommending them." N
Price 50c. at all dealers! Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Tignor had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props, Buffalo. X. Y. Adr. 1
Merchants & Miners
"GO NORTH BY SEA"
BALTIMORE NEW YORK
Service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickeu
For reservations, tickets, etc
H. C. AVERY, U D. JONES,
. Agent. Corn! Act
City Ticket Office, 25'Hogan Strec;
. ; 1.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 29. 1014
AN INTERESTING OCCASION"
Orf : J
f 5ii' j?
ARE YOU PLEASED, MRS.. HOUSEKEEPER,
TAIJLE CUTLERY AND SPOONS?
IF YOU WILL COME TO US, AND GET NEW ONES YOU
WILL NOT 15 E ASHAMED WHEN COMPANY COMES.
OCR STORE IS THE STORE FOR ALL KINDS OF SCISSORS,
KNIVES OR ANYTHING THAT "CUTS." WE HAVE THE
"EDGE" ON THE CUTLERY BUSINESS, I5ECAUSE WE CARRY
LINES FOR WHICH WE ARE THE ONLY AGENTS IN THIS
1 MARION HARDWARE CO.
$ Phone 118, I
SPENDING MONEY FOR JEWERLY IS NOT SPENDING IT
FOOLISHLY. THE DEAREST THING IN LIFE IS AFFECTION.
LET THOSE OF WHOM YOU ARE FOND "KNOW IT,' BY SEND SENDING
ING SENDING THEM SOME LITTLE TREASURE.
COME TO US FOR THE PRESENTS YOU WISH TO MAKE.
OUR NAME INSURES THE SUPERORITY OF THE QUALITY.
BUY ONE OF OUR "COMFORTABLE" FOUNTAIN PENS;
THEN WRITING WILL BE A PLEASURE.
A. E. BURNETT ELIABL JEWELER
n Youir IcemnaB AMgM ?
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.
djcala Ice & PacMmigi Co.
US FOR IT
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 entire satisfaction.
Our motto is "Live and Let Live."
S. J. Clupka & Walter Tagg
P. O. BOX 428 OCALA, FLA.
Secretary Roonejr of the Marion
County Hoard of Trade Surely
is ONE Fisherman
Secretary J. D. Rooney has de developed
veloped developed into a wonderful fisherman
during his vacation at Commodore
Goodwin's bungalow at Woodmar. If
the secretary of the Marion County
Board of Trade could have photo photographs
graphs photographs made of the catch he made
there during the past day or two, it
would bring anglers from all over
the country, could he but exploit the
pictures in his literature. In about
three hours' fishing, with the help
of several little children and some
of the ladies, at Goodwin's dock,
about 100 bream and over Z0 trout
were caught. There was as many
fish as all the inhabitants of the
east side of the lake could use. Such
a catch has not been made there in a
CH RISTIA N ENDEAVOR
There were only eight days at
home in the secretary's office eight
days of strenuous labor after six
week's of combined vacation and
field work in sixteen towns.
Tuesday, June 9, State President
D. B. Curry, met me at the depot in
Jacksonville with his "Christian En Endeavor
deavor Endeavor automobile." It was pleas pleasant
ant pleasant to have with him a consultation
"over affairs of state" that evening
at the home of his cousin, Miss
Wednesday meant a day of sure
enough travel, from 7:30 in the
morning till nearly 10:30 at night,
over the Southern Railway between
Jacksonville and Chattanooga. It
was warm and dusty; toilet opportu opportunities
nities opportunities were limited in day coaches
on this road, and I might have re resembled
sembled resembled a traveler of darker race
and nationality before the journey
President Samuel, from Atlanta,
was Georgia's only delegate at. the
Southern Workers' Conference, and
went some hours in advance of the
Florida representative. Hence we
were both alone, but I proudly wore
a badge of our state colors with
"Florida" on it.
So passed June 10: scarcely speak speaking
ing speaking to, any fellow passenger; writing
letters to the never-forgotten com comrades
rades comrades of Florida. A wholesome ap appetite
petite appetite and late "home paper" helped
to while the hours away, andV the
route schedule, open, told of the
land thru which we were traveling.
Between Jacksonville and Jessup
is a stretch of flat territory with no
clear lakes as of Florida. But a few
large pine trees are left; not many
houses have had a recent coat of
paint if ever; log cabins have not
passed into 'by-gone days. iMany re reminders
minders reminders of fires were seen in the
blackened piles and chimneys, show showing
ing showing where once had been homes. As
in North Florida, so also in Georgia,
signs were seen of the spring drouth,
but the vegetation grew greener as
we climbed higher into the red clay
It was indeed warm when Macon
was reached. One car at the depot
was labeled "Beer and ice." Tempt Tempting,
ing, Tempting, doubtless, to some travelers.
That wide-awake paper the Atlan Atlanta
ta Atlanta Constitution, scatters huge adver advertising
tising advertising boards along this route. One
I did not really approve of, reads,
"Georgia's secular Bible."
Past "Macon and on .beyond Atlanta
the scenery grows more and more
beautiful. No longer was it evident
that saw mills had robbed the for forests
ests forests of their glory. Not tall pine
trees now, but yet trees, and so many
Cotton and corn fields and thrifty
little villages were swiftly passed by,
for this was a "through train."
It was past seven when we reached
Rome, and I did not try to look out
of the car windows much longer.
Feeling a tired and far-from-home
secretary, finally Chattanooga was
reached. But at car steps was An
drew Richards, a zealous Endeavorer.'
of Chattanooga, and inside the
gates, with more welcome. Miss Da Davis,
vis, Davis, Tennessee secretary, and Mr.
Samuel, Georgia president.
Three street car rides took us to
the Signal Mountain Inn. up 2000
feet, taking an hour for the fourteen
mile trip. Life then centered for
two days on C. E. activities at this
great resort on Signal Mountain.
Grace A. Townsend,
June 2C, 1014.
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.
Water color paints,
The Murray Co.
Fourth of July
Following is the schedule of the
races to be run at the fair grounds jj,
Saturday under the auspices of the
Ocala Gentlemen's Driving Associa Association:
tion: Association: First race Mixed, free for all;
half-mile; best two in three heats.
Second race Mixed, four-year-olds
and under; half-mile. Best two
in three heats.
Races start promptly at 10: SO a.
m. Hack fare from city 13c. each
way. Plenty of carriages to accom accommodate
modate accommodate all. Admission, 23c, includ including
ing including grandstand.
NEWSPAPER PEOPLE IN TOWN
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Clark of
Apopka came over on the excursion
this morning to pay a visit to Ocala.
Mr. Clark is editor of the Apopka
News, a live little weekly paper. Mr.
Clark said the excursion brought
four coaches filled with colored and
two filled with white excursionists.
The train, over -the Seaboard, left
Orlando at S o'clock, reached here
at 11:30 and will leave at 6 o'clock
on the. return trip.
STOPPED THE SHOOTING
American Gunboat Fired on the
Washington, June 29. Bombard Bombardment
ment Bombardment of the rebel pity of Puerta
Plata by President Bordas, of Santo
Domingo, was silencrd yesterday by
fire from the main battery of the
American gunboat Machias- Only a
few shots were required for the task.
ALI5ANIA IS IN A
STATE OF ANARCHY
Athens, June 2S. George Fred
Williams, American minister to
Greece, has sent to the newspapers a
report of his investigations in Al Albania,
bania, Albania, where he went recently at the
order of the Washington govern government.
ment. government. Mr. Williams says he consid considers
ers considers the conditions in Albania an anarchical
archical anarchical and declares the present re regime
gime regime impracticable owing to the an antagonistic
tagonistic antagonistic rivalries. He appeals to
the powers to create a neutral state.
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR SALE One large horse In
good condition; one good work
mule. Ocala Lumber & Supply
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. 6-2 2-1 2 1
FOR SALE Modern bungalow In
Linwood Heights. Inquire of the
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.5-15 tf
WANTED Table boarders during
summer months; rates reasonable.
Mrs. J. W. Davis, 219 E. Oklawa Oklawaha
ha Oklawaha avenue. Phone 148 6-23-
LOST On Sunday between Wenona
street and Methodist church, a
cresent shaped Masonic breast breastpin
pin breastpin the wife and daughters de degree;
gree; degree; inscribed F. N. D. O. S.
B. T. K. C. Return to L. T. Izlar
and receive reward. 6-22-6t
FOR SALE A real
golden oak dining
claw legs, dividing pedestal, 43 43-inc
inc 43-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 experienced
perienced experienced stenographed. Will ac accept
cept accept work by the job or a perma permanent
nent permanent position. Phone 435. 6 26 6t
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Shet Shetland
land Shetland pony, saddle, bridle and blan blanket;
ket; blanket; prettiest outfit in thi3 section.
$S5 gets the outfit. Apply at the
Star office. 6-16-6t
WANTED 69 MEN to jo:n the
Brotherhood Baraca Class, city
hall. See R. B. Bowers. 5-20-tf
FOR SALE CHEAP Thoroughbred
Buff Orpington and Golden Wyan Wyandotte
dotte Wyandotte chickens. Mrs. W. A. Robert Robertson,
son, Robertson, North Ocala. 6-29-6t
FOR RENT Five room cottage with
all modern conveniences; desira desirably
bly desirably located Apply" to Mrs. Jake
Brown, X. Tuscawilla St. 6 23 6t
Races at the Fair Ground
Always See Us Before You Buy.
All Bona Fide Deals and Guaranteed Titles
acres lying between Orange
cleared and fenced
23 acres between Orange Avnue and Lake Weir road, borders on
both roads. Fine land, exceptional proposition for country
residence. Less than two miles from city.
15,000 City property Investment -bringing 16 interest.
56,000 Business Block. Will bring 12.
We also want to borrow $2,300.00 on improved real estate;
will give first mortgage, and money will be used to improve prop property.
. REAL ESTATE
. "WE SELL THE EaWtH
The Management of DR. McCLAN
Medical., Surgical,; Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped and will be ru-
strictly ethlcai lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333
We are equipped with the Latest, Largest, Best Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.
All work Guaranteed to e First-Class.
Bring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
& Worn out tires and tubes ought.
FSSK and FIRESTONE TIRES
$ of all sizes and rims, always in stock
I DAVIES, TheYTire Man
? Phone -138. OCALA, FLORIDA 3Icin St., near Postofflce,
IF you are an ambitious young man or woman and
want to earn more money attend THE OCALA
BUSINESS COLLEGE. A school that prepares for
a business career.
Already we are receiving calls for trained men and
women. A good position awaits you. Don't delay
I JLj. E. EIGLE, President
? Commercial Bank Building
! OCALA, FLORIDA
WM l ITU
TF YOUR- Stenographer. Bookkeeper.
Billing Clerk. Telephone Operator,
or any other female member of your
office force decides to leave Saturday;
yoa have only to use the "Female Help
Wanted" or "Situation Wanted Female
columns of -OUR PAPER
to bring an all-round-desirable applicant
for the position bright and early the next
and Lake Weir road,
SOO per acre
as interest I
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DOINGS OF THE VAN
NOTICE OP 3IASTER'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 Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit of Florida, in and for Marion Coun County,
ty, County, in Chancery, on the 15th day of
June, A. D.. 1914, in a certain i cause
lately pending in said court wTierein
Citizens National Life Insurance Com Company,
pany, Company, a corporation, -was complainant,
and Anthony Farm Company, a corpo corporation
ration corporation and others were defendants, the
undersigned was appointed special
blaster in Chancery in said cause to
execute said final decree, and that pur pursuant
suant pursuant thereto I will on the first Mon Monday
day Monday in August, 1914, viz:
The 3rd Day of AuKimt, 1014
during the legal hours of sale, offer
for sale and sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at public outcry
In front of the West door of the court
bouse of Marion county, Florida, the
following described property situated,
lying and being in Marion county,
Sec. Tp. R.
1 14 21
East half of southwest
North half of northeast
West half of northwest
quarter, southwest quar quar-of
of quar-of southwest quarter (less
30 rods north and south
by 20 rods east and west in
the southwest corner, and
7 acres on south side of
the northwest quarter of
East half of northeast
quarter, northeast quarter
of southeast quarter, and
north half of southeast 1
quarter of the southeast
West half of southwest
quarter, north half of
north half and 7 acres on
the east side of the south southeast
east southeast quarter of the nortn nortn-west
west nortn-west quarter, and south southwest
west southwest quarter of northeast
East half of southeast
Northeast quarter, except
five acres in the northeast
corner of the northwest
quarter of the northeast
Northwest quarter of
northeast quarter and the
west three-quarters' of the
northwest quarter of the
southwest quarter and the
northwest quarter except
that certain piece describ described
ed described as starting at a post
marked in the center of
said section and running
thence north 312 feet,
thence, west 56o feet, thence
south 312 feet, thence east
565 feet to point of begin beginning
ning beginning .. .. ..:
Southwest quarter of the
southeast quarter and
southeast quarter of south southwest
west southwest quarter
Southvqest quarter and
the southwest quarter of
northwest quarter, except
a strip across the north
side thereof containing 10
acres known as the Bacon
land, and the southeast
quarter of the northwest
quarter, except 20 acres off
of the north side thereof
known as the Bacon land
Southwest quarter of the
northeast quarter, the
southwest quarter, and 54
acres in the southwest
quarter of southwest quar quarter
ter quarter described as commenc commencing
ing commencing at the southwest cor corner
ner corner of said section and run running
ning running north 27 chains thence
east 20 chains, thence south
27 chains, thence west "20
chains to point of begin beginning
ning beginning South three-eights of
West half of northwest
quarter, south half, east
half of northwest quarter,
and east half of northeast
Southwest quarter of
northwest quarter, and all
of land west of the Ocala
and Citra hard road in the
southeast quarter of north northwest
west northwest quarter, and the
southwest quarter of the
Kvcpntlnz and reserving
4 14 22
6 13 22
28 13 22
33 13 22
to the Mc-
Dovvell Crate and Lumber Company and
Its successors and assigns, all saw mill
and crate mill timber upon the said
lands in township fourteen (14) south
of range twenty-two east, in section
fne (1), twelve (12). thirteen (13) and
fourteen (14) and the southeast quar quarter
ter quarter (seVi) of section twenty-four (24),
with the right to remove the same at
any time within five (5) years from
October 20th. 1910, and also excepting
and reserving to the said McUowell
Crate and Lumber Company, its suc successors
cessors successors and assigns, for a period of
twenty (2i) years from October 20th,
1910, a right of way for its railroad as
now constructed across the said lands
in section twenty-two (22), twenty twenty-three
three twenty-three (23) and twenty-four (24), pro provided
vided provided that the McDowell Crate and
Lumber Company, or its successors and
assigns shall at all times maintain
fettle euanis at all points where such
railroad crosses any boundry fences
which may be established by the An
thony Farm Company, its successors or
assigns, or so mucn tnereoi as may
be necessary to satisfy said decree and
6-29-mon WM. M. GOBER,
Snecial Master in Chancery.
XOTICE OF AI.K OP COUNTY
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Public Instruction for the
county of Marion, state of Florida, un until
til until three o'clock p. m., July 8, 1914. will
receive sealed bids for the purchase of
one or more of thirty county school
coupon warrants of the denomination
of one thousand dollars each, bearing
six per cent, interest from their date,
payable semi-annually The date of
maturity of said warrants may be fix fixed
ed fixed as the bidder may elect, provided no
warrant is made to mature in less than
five years, nor more than fifteen years,
from Its date. A deposit In the form
of a certified check, payable to the or order
der order of said board, in the sum of three
per cent, thereof must accompany each
bid. All commtinications should be
addressed to J. H. Brinson. secretary,
Ocala, Florida. The board reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
The Board of Public Instruction
for the county of Marion, state
8-mon. IJjr J. H. Brinson, Sec.
Burbank, June 24. The farmers
are busy f putting out sweet potato
cuttings and planting the rest of
.Mr. Fred Langworthy of Dubiique,
la., is home on his vacation. He has
ben attending school this winter.
Ted Bernard, of Fort McCoy, was
in twon Friday .between trains.
One of our most prominent set settler
tler settler families, Mr. and airs. O. Earle
and son, left Monday for Ogden,
Utah, on account of Mr. Earl's
health. Mrs. Earl was one of the
best workers of the Ladies Aid So Society.
ciety. Society. Burbank's loss Ogden's
Messrs. Ross and Messick were in
Ocala Monday on business.
.Mrs. Peterson and daughter, Doro Dorothy,
thy, Dorothy, were in Ocala :Monday shopping,
returning on the excursion train.
Mr. C. X. Bogue was an Ocala call caller
er caller (Monday-
Mr. Charles Brand of Grrahamville,
was Visiting Miss Mary Lou Turner,
(Miss iRiith Hubbard is visiting
Miss Edna Miller in Ocala.
DEAFNESS CAXNOT 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
bling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely. closed, deafness is
the result, and unless the inflamation
can be taken out and this tube re restored
stored restored to its normal condition, hear hearing
ing hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh
which is nothing but an inflamed con condition
dition condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu circulars,
lars, circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
ESTRA Y NOTICE
On April 7th I took up a dark bay
mare, blind in one eye, both front
feet scarred. Owner can have same
by paying for this advertisement and
cost of keep. J. B. Stanley, Morrir
ton, Fla. 6-3-lm
Why Sufter irom Kheuniatism?
When relie from rheumatic pains
may be had at so small a cost it is
surprising that anyone should fail to
avail himself of it. Joseph Cappar
elli, Canastota, X. Y., suffered in intensely
tensely intensely with pains due to rheuma
tism in his limbs for a long time. A
friend told him about Chamberlain's
Liniment. One application relieved
him wonderfully, and a few days
treatment effected a cure. Many
others have found quick relief by ap
plying this liniment For sale by
all dealers. Adv.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp .No. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. evry second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns alwavr welcome. Adv.
P. J. Burden, C. C
Chas K. Sage, Clerk.
ECLIPSE ROOFING CEIEXT
It is the greatest cement in ex existence
istence existence to stop leaks in tin or metal
roofs and gutters; never fails; ever everlasting.
lasting. everlasting. Ocala Seed Store. 6-23-lm
JUST WHAT SHE NEEDED
There is an old saying that "there
is a remedy for every ill." It is
sometimes years before you find the
remedy exactly suited to your case.
Mrs. Rachel Cribley, Beaver Dam.
Ohio, was sick for two years with
stomach trouble and constipation.
She writes, "My neighbors spoke so
enthusiastically of Chamberlain's
Tablets that I procured a bottle of
them. A few days' treatment con convinced
vinced convinced me that they were just what
I needed. I continued to use them
for several weeks and they cureV me-
For sale by all dealers.
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 20. 1914
A Novelizatibn of
Alice Bradley's Play
By Gertrude Stevenson
Illustrations From Photographs of
the Stage Production
Copyrigtt, a13, u'nMicauon Kigbts BeserrM
Hayes wheeled around and watched
to see what effect this announcement :
would have on Sladef
"There are strangers there who ;
learned of your er domestic difficul-;
ties for the first time tonight," Strick- j
land continued. "Merritt has thrown
"Why, I thought Slade began to
"He's all right," came the senator's
reassuring tones. "It had to come ;
out. He's got his coat off in there
for you now. He maintains that the j
opposition papers are bound to take ;
it up at any moment. Now, what do
you advise?" j
"The truth," thundered Slade. "My
wife is preparing to desert me. It
will happen" Hayes jumped upland
flung himself out of the room "to "tomorrow
morrow "tomorrow the next day any hour." j
"I see," and the senator looked
grave. "Is this irrevocable, Slade?"
"Irrevocable," declared Slade, posi positively.
tively. positively. "As I have told you several -times,
senator, it is irrevocable. I'll
stand by that."
Convinced that Slade knew his own
mind in this matter as well as he had
the reputation for knowing it in all
other matters, Strickland returned to
the waiting politicians.
Slade had been alone but a few
minutes when Katherine returned. 1
"Well, Mr. Slade," the girl ex exclaimed,
claimed, exclaimed, "things seem to be coming
Slade was in no mood for mere con conversation.
versation. conversation. He was annoyed at Hayes'
attitude, and incensed because his
private affairs were being publicly
discussed in the next room. Mentally
he consigned Hayes to the devil, his
wife to the far East of 'the country,
and registered a vow with himself that
he would have that divorce and the
woman he wanted in spite of every everybody
body everybody and everything.
He resolved to sound Katherine out
then and there. He turned over in
his mind the most cold-blooded prop- j
osition that a man ever made to a
j woman, lie was planning to ask her
to marry himf when he should be
free, to decorate his home, preside at
his table, share his wealth and the
honors of the chief executive of the i
state. There would be no warmth
in his tone, no love in his heart, no
hunger of his lips for here, no yearn yearning
ing yearning of his arms for her yielding figure,
there would be none of the fire of i
youth, nothing of the love of little
children, nothing of the spirit that
makes of marriage a sacrament rather
than a thing of convenience. t j
As Katherine walked across the ;
room, moving toward him with the
quiet grace and dignity of the well-
trained, well-gowned woman, he had
a fleeting memory of the slight, badly
dressed little. woman, whose diffidence j
in strange surrounamgs naa always
fretted him. She a governor's wife?
Impossible! He rose and stood be beside
side beside the woman whom he proposed to
use as another living stepping stone.
"Miss Strickland." his mind fully
made up, "you've done a lot for me
in the last few weeks while you've
been making that bust. I think I un understand
derstand understand you in a way. The more I
cee of you the more I think I I'd
J. E. FRAMPTON
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guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
"tt Kimball Co.. Ocala.
Carpenter and Builder
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vork tor th monel than any othe
rs tractor in the cftr.
Mother Evidently Doesn't Bclicvo
like to make a well, a bargain with
you. That doesn't seem to be quite
the word." he hesitated as the girl
averted her eyes. "Yet I think that's
what we call it."
"A bargain?" echoed Katherine.
"Yes, a bargain," he repeated. T
never knew but one woman well that
was Mrs. Slade. She's a good woman
a mighty good woman, but we can't
I never had a home not a home
like Strickland's. When I have another
house that'll be what I'll want, I'll
want my friends, my acquaintances,
to come there. I want well head-
"You Are Going to Rob a Poor Little
quarters. And I want a woman at
the head of my houee that I can be
proud of like Strickland."
Katherine was not surprised. She
had anticipated some such move as
this on his part, but now that she
was (ace to face with the unvarnished
suggestion, she found herself more
shocked than she would have be believed.
lieved. believed. "In a couple of months I'll stand
free," he went on. "Perhaps sooner.
I don't expect any woman's going to
love me she isn't. Got to do that
when you're young. But I'd do all I
could for the woman. She'd have ev everything
erything everything money and the power that
goes with it. I want to say right
here that I wouldn't speak if I thought
young Hayes had a chance. I saw
At the mention of Hayes name
Katherine had an Instant's vision o!
Bob's tender face his eyes burning
with love looking into hers of his
youth his strength his fin6 honor,
and her heart cried out desperately,
pitifully, for the shelter of his arms.
In another moment the old recur recurrent
rent recurrent vision of life in the oU town,
dull, cheap, uninteresting, and the
lure of what Slade was offering, the
money, the clothes, the servants, the
power to reign supreme, swept her
off her feet. The thought of divorce
did not terrify her. Mrs. Slade, whom
she had never seen, was only a name.
As Slade watched her standing
straight and white, he feared he had
been too brutally blunt.
"You needn't think it over now,"
he hastened to add. "Perhaps you
will later, and perhapf you won't.
That's for you to decide. I guess I've
said all I can say."
But Katherine was not a woman to
shrink from a situation because ot
o nnnloo con fD9tliroa SllO Tl PW
! Z J I 7v
i iliac sue cuuiuu l lix au uic
she wanted without some suffering,
eome pain. Her father's world had
taught her that love was a thing of
small consideration where marriage
was concerned, unless it went with
the advancement of one's ambitions.
Love was not of the world. Place,
power, wealth these were of the
world and this man offered them to
"This isn't a matter of sentiment,"
she agreed with him calmly. Til be
perfectly frank with you. I don't say
I won't think it over. I know just
what you want of a woman. When
you can go to my father free there
won't be any barrier in the way."
She offered her hand as if to bind
the bargain. He held it for a brief
instant and with a hurried "thank
you" left the room.
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Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling
Tacking and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
Morion County Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
t First consideration and especial
! To a Person Who Prides
? cessity is
Annual Excursion Ocala to j
AIR LINE RAILWAY
.JULY 2 ATD 3
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM OCALA
To Savannah $6.50
To Columbia 8.50
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM JACKSOXVtt.LE
To Charlotte 8.00
To Raleigh 8.0 a
To Richmond $10.00
To Portsmouth $10.0 a
To Norfolk $10.00
Special train leaves Jacksonvile 11:30 a. m. Regular trains 7:15
a. m., 5:30 a. m. and 8:10 p. m.
ALL TICKETS GOOD TO RETURN TILL JULY 14.
Tickets on sale on regular trains on July 2, and trains arriving Jack
sonville before noon July 3. Tickets good on Pullmans.
C. B. BRYAN G. P. A. G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P, A
Norfolk, Vs. Jacksonville, Fla.
JOHN ROISSEAU, City Ticket Agent,
in too much. GnlTr.n1
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
attention given to small trmcta.
Himself on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
2 is a necessity. To supply that ne-
THE OCA LA. EVENING STAR. MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1914
We Will Sell Any Machine in Our Stock for
Some Worth $65.00
-422 X. MAGNOLIA ST-
K- of P. meet thrs even;:
DAILY WEATHER REPORT
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow nigh
The following weather report is
j furnished the Star every afternoon
iters tomorrow evening. by Mr. F. G. B. Weihe. local report-
J" jer for the weather bureau operated
-r. H. F. Watt will return from j by the United States department of
His brief vacation Thursday. j agriculture, showing maximum and
' j minimum temperature and rainfall
Mr. J. x. Stevens o? Fort McCoy 1 during the twenty-four hours end-
New York, June 29. Turpentine
4fj i ; rosin, 14.20.
was in town todav.
better this summer than last.
: j Max.
Joseph Malever is not one of j March average. 74
He says business is i April average.. SI
May average ... S3
June 1 S3
"If it isn't an Eastman it isn's a!JuD 2
Gerig'a Drug Stores,
Messrs. B. R. Chambers,
W. X. j
' It r.
Milling and Dan Mathews, of Fair-iJuue
field n t-r, tnHov (June S .9b
' j June
Chocolate Molasses Peanut Butter.
A new package and a gool one, 4 0
cents per pound. Gerig's. 6-19-tf
The T f.v.nrciVvn Tn Ta-
i V... 1 CAL Lll lUi 1 X j le
Leon Springs pulled out this morn- j june
lng with K,2 colore 1 and two 'vh:te j jnne
passengers. June 18.
! June 1 9
(June 10 94
June 11 92
. . S4
June 29. September
pork, $20.05; lard.
i 1 1
STOCKS j 1 1
V. Tuna -TO tnota rfllll I
stead. Leaders showed fractional
It is a wise provision for every business house to maintain a cash reserve
for unexpected demands.
Since the organization of this bank we have always been in a position to
take care of the needs of any worthy citizen. Our cash reseive is sufficient
now to help all who are entitled to financial aid.
Your account is invited.
The Ocala National Bank.
Resources Over Hall A Million
ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY.
Landscapes, figures, etc., for wa water
ter water coloring, big lot at The Murray
' Master Joe Mc-Corkle is visitiing
his aunt Mrs. Luckie, in Charlotte,
T. C, and writes that 'he is having a
A full line of Spalding baseball
good3 just in at Gerig's Reliable
Drug Stores. 5-16-tf
Mr. Frank 5ogie is attending
school in Palatka, and making good
progress in his studies.
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office, Law Law-Library
Library Law-Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Mr. I. I. Strong went to Juliette
today for a few days in the interest
of the Ocala Iron Works.
June 20 SI
June 21 94
June 22 03
June 23 03
June 24 01
June 25 ... . : .OS
June 26 91
June 27 03
June 2S S7
June 20 02
Local thunder showers tonight or
New York, June 20 Cotton three
to eight points higher on good de
mand. July 12. S3; October, 12.72.
YOUXG 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
Mr. Marcus Frank has
Savannah for a few days
to look after--iwrsiiie'ss
Mr. W. E. Clar-k-rrnXew- York is in i
, , i
cr.v on a :ew uays ousmess i
We often hear the expression,
'"As big as the hand of Providence,"
and its the Star's opinion that the
shoe in Hayes & Guynn's north win window
dow window is meant for a foot that goes
with the same sort of an outfit.
Knight & Lang
few days since
i Jvje of
j& Mr." W
the fir mof Kyle & Young.
D. Crowell of Orange
a visitor to the city to-
Mr. Lee Miller now in the turpen turpentine
tine turpentine and real estate business in Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, is in the city for a few days.
Messrs. John Terrine and M.
Smith, real estate men, and Mr. J.
A. Rowe, attorney at law, of Orlan Orlando,
do, Orlando, are in the city today on business.
Secretary Rooney came up from
the lake today and is attending to
Board of Trade business, in spite of
his injured foot, Avhieh pains him a
The county judge has issue! li licenses
censes licenses to the following white cou couples:
ples: couples: B. W. Johnson and Madge
Keen, Henry Lee Higg and Okie E.
Pickett, J. C. Waits and Carolina
Hough Redditt, John R. Hamilton
and Ethel M. Hunt.
Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Granger, a
happy new-married couple, were
guests of the Empire today, and
went in the afternoon to their home
at Wauchula. Miss Granger was for formerly
merly formerly Miss May Starr of Shad'.
Mr. Louis Wankwortz, the Sum Sum-merfield
merfield Sum-merfield cigar manufacturer, is
among the business visitors in the
city today. He took occasion to de
clare allegiance to Marion's leading
Mr. C. H.
The Star has seen several speci specimens'
mens' specimens' of the work of Mr. H. C.
C.aulding who is training for a car cartoonist.
toonist. cartoonist. Most of his drawings are
Stuart, the former
n aild brother of Prof.
t of thi
is city, has trad-
Mr. 'Allan Rogers, a prominent
citizen of Ocala in, the olden times,
now a resident of Tampa, was in
town today for a short time, look looking
ing looking as well and young as ever.
ev a tract of land lie owned west of
Lhe city with Dr. Jf. L. Izlar for one
pi the doetorspfetty little orange
groves at Candler. Mr. Stuart is
cultivating and fertilizing the grove
and is bringing it out wonderfully
The street department has done a
good job of work on Exposition
street, and has it in better shape
than ever before. It is now doing
some good and much needed work on
the street to the hospital.
C. L. ANDERSON
Contractors and Builders.
Plans, Specifications and Estimates
Furnished on Application
QUALITY IS OUR MOTTO.
ASK OUR CUSTOMERS.
Room 8 Merchant's Block.
a. wo 3 a
i 1 1 : i
Mr. T. C. Luckie has sold another
of those splendid Oakland cars. It
is a 36-hp., five passenger car, with
every up-to-date attachment, and
Mr. and Mrs. C. X. Kirkland are the
purchasers. This is the sixth Oak Oakland
land Oakland Mr. Luckie has sold.
Rev. H. N. Hamil of Nashville,
Tenn., who was chosen president of
the International Sunday School
Convention for the ensuing year in
Chicago last week, was a visitor to
this city last winter, the guest of Dr.
and .Mrs. H. C. Groves. He has num numbers
bers numbers of friends throughout the state
to whom his appointment will be of
One of the heaviest rains that
ever visited that section fell all
along the east and south sides of
Lake Weir yesterday afternoon, last lasting
ing lasting for more than an hour. The
fine rains of the last two weeks have
revived the oranges groves and the
trees have a rich dark green color
and look as thrifty as though there
had been no drouth.
HAMMERED THE WHITE HOPE
lilack Pujiilist is Still the Weld's
Paris, June 2S. Jack Johnson
still holJs the heavyweight cham championship
pionship championship of the woili.
In a hard-fought battle at the
Velodrome d'Hiver las
Life Is thick sov.n with thorns, and
I know of no other remedy than to
pass through them quickly. The long longer
er longer we dwell on our misfortunes, the
greater is their power to harm lis.
Own your own home bv buying a
modern bungalow on easy terms of
tte Ocala Lumber & Supply Com
We have on hand terf'brand new
extension goldjen- oak dining tables
with nonrdIviding 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
The Cracker with a Mission.
Palatable, Nutritious and
The most obstinate cases of
chronic constipation have
been relieved by the persis persistent
tent persistent use of DIETETIC BRAN
Once you try them you will
want them again.
Order a Package
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PHONES 16 and 174
The fire department did some
more of its good work yesterday af
ternoon. A phone message was re
ceived from Mr. C. P. Howell's home
two miles from the fire station, say saying
ing saying that Mr. Howell's big car had
caught fire and was rapidly burn
up. The boys made the run with the
chemical engine and put the fire out
in time to save the best of the car,
which, though damaged some $300
worth, can be made as good as new.
The chemical is just the machine for
this work it can out travel any
horse, and can extinguish a gasoline
blaze that water would only spread.
WANTED Family washing by the
Wejek or by the dozen. First
s work guaranteed. Lula An
son, General delivery. Ocala,
The Liver as Aid
To Blood Purity
The Natural Stimulus Re Re-auired
auired Re-auired is Net the Pur Pur-gative
gative Pur-gative Kind.
ne?ro easily defeated Frank Moran,
of Pittsburg, on points in a twenty twenty-round
round twenty-round contest. Moran was game and
stubborn. He. r.id most of the lead leading
ing leading and made many friends.
Johnson's superior skill and his
effective uppercutting wore down his
opponent and won the fight, which at
times seemed amateurish.
Parisian Ladies are Not Particular
The great amphitheater presented
a wonderful sight, for although there
were some empty seats, the tiers
were crowded with representatives
of every element. The singular
spectacle was the presence of several
hundred women in handsome gowns
applauding the two pugilists as they
struggled up and down the ring,
feinting, dodging and hammering
each other. Among the women were
those who bore such great names in
French society as Baroness Henry de
Rothschild, the younger Duchess
d'Uzez, Countess Mathieu de Noill Noill-aies,
aies, Noill-aies, the poet Princess de Lucinge.
the Duchess de Rohan. Princess Mor Mor-ouz'eff
ouz'eff Mor-ouz'eff and Countess De Proumiers.
A Disgrace to Her Race
Johnson's white wife occupied a
prominent place, wearing as many
diamonds as most of the great ladies.
She cried out shrilly from time to
time: "Hit him, daddy'. "Come
along, pop!" "Now then. Jack, let
him have another!"
The Commercial Bank
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.
Star Subscripton Coupons
WILL HE REDEEMED BY
TYDINGS & CO.
AT 10 PER CENT
For Any Cah Purchase Made During June 1014
TYDINGS & COMPANY
LOYAL ORDKU OF MOOSE
PIN YOUR FAITH TO OCALA.
20 Per Cent. Real Tstatc Investment.
Does this Look Good to You?
Two small four-room tenement houses, in good
condition, lot large enough for two more houses,
in colored section, just west of S. A. L. Railway,
on South 3d street, now rented to good tenants and
paying 20 per cent on the price asked, 5600 for the two.
Titles perfect. If interested se me at once. They will not be
long on the market at this price.
C lit HITTH Ileal Estate and Fire Insurance
I a WW. 11 'W i :
Among the automobile sales in the
city a few days ago was one of some
historic importance. It was a Cad Cadillac
illac Cadillac and sold for $100. This ma machine
chine machine was over 10 years old, and of
the one-lung type, the first machine
put out by the company, thousands
of which are still running and doing
good work in the country. The car
was the first Mr. R. S. Hall ever
owned, and when it came here was
a thing of beauty and the last word
in automobile .'building. A negro
farmer in the northern part of the
count' now has the car.
.Vdvertise in the STAR for results.
Moct Pilla Are Better if Thrown Away.
Important as it to kep the towels erent
it should be remembered thct such aitin
does not necessarily mean that the liver
has bon stimulated! The action of S. S. S.
is a natural liver tonic, but not a bowfl
mover. It works in the liver eel'.s to assist
in the natural and necessary function of
converting from the blod certain constitu constituents
ents constituents into what are known as assimilable
products. These are readily absorbed into
the bodv tissues to constantly proviie new
and healthy njctrial for that which is
L'inff destroyed by the energy of tissue
The presence cf r.v.y blod trouble natur naturally
ally naturally supests a slv:z:h liver, bv.t there Is
r:cviirod those rr.rtlinni iirrc nis which.
upon reaehins the liver, still retain their I
catalvtic enerr to kcp on through the
blood circulation f t! battle with irapur irapur-ities
ities irapur-ities wherever thv may hav stlcd.
Kheu-naTisni. caiar:!;." anoraia. mst skfn
diseases and other results of impure blood,
while implicating the liver by their morbid
influences, are qiickly chckd by S. S. S.
Its action throughout the blod circulation
results in the stimnlation of the tisn cells
to the healthy and .i'ulici.-nis selection of
their own essential nutriment.
You can pet S. S. S. ia any drug store,
bat insist upon havin? it.
Take no chance by pcrmirrin? anvone to
re"T"npE( a sr;ht!rnTo. And if vT:r I I cod
condition is such that you would li'ie to
ccnsIi a sreciarBt. jJ'rf-- The Swift STe STe-cio
cio STe-cio Company, Z2G Swir: Ild., Atlanta, Ga
Ocala Loige Xo. 699, L. O. O. M..
x.eets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
Visiting brethren always welcome tc
the lodge and club house, on Mag Magnolia,
nolia, Magnolia, street near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney, dictator.
J. E Gates, Secretary. ad
When cleaning out your trunks
and chiffonier drawers, packing away
clothes for a trip or for the summer,
save the dean cotton rags and bring
them to the Star office and turn them
into cash, whether you have five or
a hundred pounds. tf
SIDEROAItn FOR SALE
Fine eolden oak sideboard with
30x30 beveled mirror, 4S-inch top, I
serpentine front, three drapers and
china closet; original cost $S0. TY'll
sell for 120 cash. E. C. Jordan
Co., W. Broadway. 6-2o-6t
Everybody in South Marion should
remember that Summerfield is plan planing
ing planing for a large, round, juicy fourth
New Idea for Cotton.
From spruce wood pulp k French In In-rentor
rentor In-rentor has made a fabric resembling
eotton and equally capable of bleach bleaching
ing bleaching and dyeing.
who owns the dwelling the business property that stands
in your name?
of course you think that you do; but are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership, in land.
" --- '
in the beginnig of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribe camped overy particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were nof fixed: "land was too plenti plentiful
ful plentiful for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu particular
lar particular spot.
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