AT TORREON. WHERE
CARRANZA. BY WiTHOLDING
THE BEST GENERAL IF
El Paso, June 30. Lack of ammu ammunition
nition ammunition has blocked General Villa's
march toward Mexico City. Villa
fresh fum his victory last week at
Zacatecas, has returned to Torreon,
bringing his entire army with him.
The relations of the northern zone
commander with General Carranza,
'n the opinion of agents here unques-
"'bly caused the abandonment of
lpaign. The much discussed
i-Villa estrangement has
; a breaking point, they assert assert-aat
aat assert-aat the constitutionalist com com-J
J com-J Mn-chlef has declined to al alalia
alia alalia to import cartridges for his
and shells for his artillery
gh the port of Tampico. Tam Tam-ov
ov Tam-ov Is the only entry way for
dons which the revolutionists
use as the border still is closed
to them by the embargo of the Unit United
ed United States.
At Zacatecas Villa shot away prac practically
tically practically all of the cargo the Antilla
landed at Tampico, according to his
reports here. Carranza men, how however,
ever, however, declare Villa did not get the
Antilla ammunition, which they say
Is still at Monterey.
Villa's return north is regarded
here as ominous" by both factions.
Torreon, June 30. General Villa
has returned here for a conference
with Provisional President Carranza.
It was intimated that General Villa
would not take the field again until
he has reached a satisfactory under understanding
standing understanding with Carranza.
.- ..Villa is guarded in his utterances,
but It is plain that he thinks he has
not been treated right and it hurts
"j, It is generally understood that
Villa sent his ultimatum to Carranza
and has arrived accompanied by an
army of 2,000 for an answer. Most
, of the constitutionalist commanders
are said to have pledged their, loyalty
to Villa in the event of an open
LIST IS LARGE
OVER TWO HUNDRED LIVES
WERE LOST IN THE BIG
FIRE LAST WEEK
Salem, Mass., June 30. Over 203
were still missing today, following
the great fire of last week. The
searchers are examining the cooled
ruins for bodies. The authorities
iar the death list will 'prove large.
VILLA HAS RETREAT'
HilllOli, HAS CRIPPLED
BILL FOR TWi
HAS BECOME LAW MUIlIOCIv
MAKES A BULL MOOSE
Washington, June 30. President
Wileon today signed the naval ap appropriations
propriations appropriations bill providing for the
.construction of two drednaughts
during the next fiscal year.
A bill to place all postmasters un under
der under the civil service was introduced
in the House today by Congressman
Murdock, of Kansas, Bull Moose.
BUT WRECKED HIS CAR AND
ALL BUT KILLED HIS
Orangeburg, S. C, -June 30. Sim Simon
on Simon .Rich, attorney, John Pike, sales salesman,
man, salesman, Webb Bull, clerk were badly
injured this morning when their au automobile
tomobile automobile skidded and turned turtle,
pinning the occupants beneath. The
car was traveling at fifty miles an
hour, when the chauffeuer swerved
the car to avoid running down two
MELLEN AND OTHER MAGNATES
Indicted by a Massachusetts Grand
Jury Tor Railway Manipulation
Cambridge, Mass., June 30.-
Eighteen persons, including Chas.
S. Mellen, former president of the
New York, New Haven and Hartford
and the Boston & Maine railroad
companies; Frederick S. Moseley, of
F. S. Moseley &'Co., Boston brokers,
the late Ralph P. Gillett. of West West-field,
field, West-field, and the investment committees
of the two savings banks of this city,
were indicted yesterday by the Mid Middlesex
dlesex Middlesex county grand jury on various
charges in connection with the fi financing
nancing financing of the Hampden railroad,
from Bondsville to Springfield. Mr.
Gillett was president of the Hamp Hampden
den Hampden railroad.
Fresh shrimp every day at Rodoff's
-., r l i
OCALA FLORIDA. TUESDAY. JUNE 30, 1914
UKLAVAHA AND OTHER
TO RIVER MID
Washington, June 30. On mo
tion of Senator D. U. Fletcher, of
Florida, the commerce committee of
the Senate yesterday restored to the
rivers and harbors bill appropria appropriations
tions appropriations for four projects in Florida.
These are Oklawaha, Kissimmee and
Caloosahatchee rivers, and the canal
connecting the Apalachicola river
! with St. Andrews Bay.
CONGRESS VOTES TO ALLOW
THE JUST CLAIMS OF
Washington, June 29. With an
unusual demonstration the House
yesterday passed a bill to repeal a
section of the revised statutes which
prohibits the payment of accounts,
claims and other obligations against
the United States in favor of anyone
who encouraged cr sustained or in
any way favored the "rebellion."
The measure would open up claims
of various kinds aggregating about
$165,000 from West Point graduates
who were afterwards officers in the
Representative Graham told the
House he had found stowed away on
the judiciary calendar this bill to re remove
move remove penalties from men who had
fought in the South.
"The half century or more which
has passed," said Mr. Graham, "has
brought together the warring com combatants
batants combatants of Gettysburg to weep and
cheer in unison on that fateful field.
Lets wipe from the statute books the
offspring of the feeling of bitter
The measure was passed promptly
without a dissenting vote and scores
of applause came from both sides of
ASSASSINATION OF THE ARCH ARCHDUKE
DUKE ARCHDUKE HAS SET BOSNIA AND
Sarajevo. Bosnia, June 30. All
Bosnia and Herzegovinia are today
aflame with haired over the assassi assassination
nation assassination of Archduke Ferdinand and
his consort here Sunday. Fierce
rioting is going on throughout the
At Monasiir 200 Servians were
killed and wounded in a fight with
Moslems. The city was fired by the
rioters. Servian shops and homes
here are being looted and wrecked.
Servian flags were dragged in the
streets and the mobs yelled, "death
When Women are Given the Ballot
They will all own a piece of real estate so they can
vote the full ticket. In order that everybody, both
men and women, may be in a position to vote, I am
going to put on within the next few days the most at attractive
tractive attractive real estate proposition that has ever been of offered
fered offered in Marion County. For particulars
Watch Xlniis Space 2
on am f
inn mnnmiT may
PREPARATIONS MADE BY THE
GOVERNMENT TO FIGHT
- THE BUBONIC PLAGUE
Washington, June 30 Dr. Rupert
Blue, surgeon general of the public
health service, leit today for New
Orleans, to personally take charge of
the campaign the government has in instituted
stituted instituted to stamp out the dreaded
bubonic plague. Dr. Blue has order ordered
ed ordered a quarantine of all vessels in New
Orleans. While there are but few
cases at present, the department is
determined to use drastic means to
prevent a spread of the disease.
U. S. EXPRESS
AFTER SIXTY YEARS, IT RE RETIRES
TIRES RETIRES FROM BUSINESS
x'Xew York, June 30. After unin uninterrupted
terrupted uninterrupted service of sixty years, the
United Express Company will retire
from the transportation business at
midnight today, the close of its fiscal
year. All its railroad contracts have
been transferred to the other big ex express
press express companies.
SHOT THE WRONG MAX
. Shaw, Miss., Juno 30. Fred
Young, a member of a possee hunt hunting
ing hunting for Jake Farmer, a negro mur murderer,
derer, murderer, last night shot and killed
James Jolly, another member of the
posse, mistaking him for Farmer.
The search for the negro continues
Little girl, you look so small.
Don't you wear no clothes at all?
Don't wear no shimmy-shirt
Don't you wear no petty-skirt
Just your corset and your hose.
Are those all of your underclothes?
Little girl, when on the street
You appear to be all feet.
With your dress so very tight
You surely are an awful sight,
Nothing on to keep you warm.
Crazy just to show your form.
Little girl, you won't live long.
Just because you dress all wrong.
Can't you wear more underclothes
Than your corset and your hose?
After while 'I do believe
You will dress like Mother Eve.
TB STAMP OUT
MEXICAN FEDERALS HAVE REJECTED TERMS
LITTLE LEFT FOR DIPLOMATS
PACK IIP THEIR
Mexico City, June 30. The an announcement
nouncement announcement that the Mexican dele delegates
gates delegates at Niagara Falls had rejected
the terms of the American govern government
ment government was made in El Imparcial, the
government newspaper published
Acting upon the advice of British
Minister Carden, a number of Eng Englishmen
lishmen Englishmen left for Vera Cruz 'today.
Carden warned all British subjects
in the interior to leave immediately.
He evidently fears the collapse of
the Huerta government is near.
ADVISED TO GET OUT
L!c.nnl Cat den Wants AH Brittoh
Subjects to Leave -Mexico
Mexico City, June 30.-
Carien, British minister, has advis- erican delegates are under instruc instruc-ed
ed instruc-ed all British subjects temporarily tojtions from Washington to do every every-leave
leave every-leave Mexico. He said the shortage 'thing possible to delay adjournment,,
of fuel used in the operation of! at a conference of Huerta's repre-
trains was becoming more acute
daily and that the trains probably
soon would stop running, which
would make difficult the departure of
persons in the interior.
Milkmen of Virginia Drain Their!
Bovines to the Strains of Waltz
Richmond, Va., June 30. Thos.
J. Staunch, chief of the dairy divis division
ion division of the Richmond board of health,
in giving official countenance to an
experiment designed to tease morejThe pubHc is cordiallv invited to at-
and creamier milk from cows bv
draining them while soft-toned pho phonographs
nographs phonographs ripple forth hesitation
Local dairymen are said to have
borrowed the idea from George Ren Ren-soc,
soc, Ren-soc, of Port Jarvis, X. Y. They say
the cows seem to masticate more
thoroughly when the one-step Is
FRANK OWENS HAD
TO SHOOT HIS FATHER
Ozark, rk., June 30. Frank Ow Owens,
ens, Owens, thirteen years old, sh&t and kill killed
ed killed his father. Aaron Owens, today,
when the elder Owens attempted to,
murder his family. The boy is held j
d me autnonties pending an mves
We have on hand ten brand new
extension golden oak dining tables
with non-dividing pedestals, 42-inch
top, 6-foot extension, which we will
close out at $10 each. These are
$20 values and will not last long. E.
C. Jordan & Co., W. Broadway. 25 6t
IT NiABARA FALLS BUT 10
CHIPS AIID LEAVE
AFTER SIX WEEKS OF TRIFLING
THE CONFERENCE IS
READY TO AIUOURX
Niagara Falls, June 30. The me mediators
diators mediators today are considering leav leaving
ing leaving the scene of their six weeks of
laLor trying to solve the Mexicans
problem. Ambassador Da Gania. of;
Brai!1' President of the contain
ence, wa hurriedly summoned fromv.
I his surfwner home in Xe-v Jersey to
; s5Tt;tfdn the move. While the Am
sentatives it is known the sentiment,
was insistent that the proceedings be
closed. They believe the waiting
game of the United States Is only only-working
working only-working the downfall of their gov government
ernment government and the ascendancy of 'the. 'the.-constitutionalists.
constitutionalists. 'the.-constitutionalists. PREACHING AT FAIRFIELD
Fairfield, June 30, 1914.
The undersigned members of the
Church of Christ, wish to announce
that there will be preaching July 5,
and continuing a week or more, at
the Methodist church at Fairfield.
'Mr. and Mrs. Ellis T. Austelle.
Den R. Mixson.
MONEY FOR BUILDING WANTED
Party in Ocala wants $2500 to
$3300 to build on business lot in
good pcrtion 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 417r
Ocala, Fla. 6-2S-tf
ASTERS FOR SALE.
Long stem. 40 cents per dozen and
j$3 per hundred; short stem, 23 cents
-per doz., and $2 per hundred. Helntz,
I the Florist. Cash please. C-30-6t
OPEN DAY ATn ?ICilfT
Merchant Cafe. A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunche
at any hoar. Adv.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1914
GGALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
should not prophesy the conquest of
any country in ninety days. The last
prophecy of the sort made by our
military experts fell short by about
CUTTING THE OCALA AND
SILVER SPRINGS CANAL.
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as second clas3 matter.
5ae year, In advance $5.Q0
Mr months, In adrance.... 2.5
Three months, in advance.. 1.25
One month, ja. advance. .50
One year, in advance.
Six months, in advance...
Three months, in advance.
One monh, in advance...
GREAT 3IANY OXEN GORED
The State 'Board of Health is in
hot water. The board has published
a batch of vital statistics, showing
the number of births and deaths in
the various cities. According to
tills, Ocala hasn't more than 50 per
cent of the death rate of other cities
of its size in the state. Consequent Consequently,
ly, Consequently, the. newspapers representing the
said other cities are out in elaborate
explanations of their higher death
Tates and abuse of the board for its
It is no use in blaming the board.
It printed the most exact figures it
could obtain. If anybody is to blame,
it is the careless people of the cities
that didn't care anything about the
state board's honest attempt to ob ob-ain
ain ob-ain statistics until they found the
said statistics summing up against
The Star is glad that Ocala has no
explaining to do. 'And it advises
the other towns in the state to co cooperate
operate cooperate with the Board of Health
more efficiently in future.
two minutes every night, kept very
good time, but it has been observed
that for the last' two months, every
once in awhile an A. C. L. train
would arrive at either Jacksonville
or St. Petersburg three to five min minutes
utes minutes ahead of time and this is
probably the reason.
FRANZ JOSEPH'S CUP IS FULL
It is generally conceded that
Franz-Joseph, emperor-king of Aus
tro-Hungary, is one of the best of
men and most benevolent of mon mon-archs.
archs. mon-archs. His life has been devoted to
the welfare of his people and keep
ing the peace of Europe, yet no char
acter of his size in history has had
so much of public calamity and fam
ily sorrow. When he mounted the
throne in 1S4 8, Austria was the
greatest nation in Europe. It was
the leading power of the German
empire, and held all Northern Italy
in its grasp. In the following year
the insurrections in Hungary and
Italy were put down, and the emperor-king
ruled over a domain that
reached from the Russian steppes to
the western Mediterranean, and
from the Adriatic to the 'North Sea.
In 1859, France joined Sardinia,
and made United Italy possible by
driving the Austrians out of Lam Lam-bardy.
bardy. Lam-bardy. In 1866, Prussia made war
on Austria and won the supremacy
in Germany. At the same time, Italy
made a lor ward move and took away
Venetia,1 and from the first power in
the Slavonic provinces of Bosnia and
Herzegovina, which rightfully be
longed to Servia. They have always
cost more than they came to, and it
was in the capital of Bosnia, Sera-
jevo, tnat sunaay s trageay xook
One great family tragedy after
The white people of the South are
not doing themselves honor in the
illwill they display toward Jack
Johnson, the negro pugilist, who
knocked out Moran in the prize ring
. at Paris Saturday.
. Jack is not a bad negro. From all
-accounts, he is possessed of many
.good fijaits, and in the proper sur- Europe, Austria was reduced to fifth.
ruundiirgs would be a good and use- In 1878, Austria took advantage
ful memher of society. of the RussoTurkish war to annex
His career as a prizefighter is
elmnlv tho rasnlt nf a uorr nifnrol
rf- 3es!re on his part to improve his lot
- alosxz the best line oDen to him. He
1 no more of a brute, not as much,
- as- some white men who nave worn
Ihe championship belt. Ht is no fault
oi ms inai wnue men mane or mm a
. ohanrpioa-and some white women are
.Willing to gratify his lusts, or that
ue -people -or his own race consider miliam, conceded to be a
him a deml-god, noble man, was shot to death by the
jAny white man who has gone into Mexicans", over whom he had failed
the ring against Jack, any white man to rule. In 1889, his only son,
wrfc lias promoted his career in the J (Rudolph, In consequence of an un
prize -Timu any white man who has lucky love affair, committed suicide
Siren Tip his coin to watch him fight, Rudolph loved and wished to marry
any white woman who has consorted a woman who, while of noble birth.
-SZh. nim, is much more depraved was not of royal blood. The law for
than Johnson. bade, and they died together. In
Thfi mroTer course of the white 1896. the Empress of Austria was
nonnie rf the South is to treat Jack murdered at Geneva 'by an Italian
i - l
I like they would any other darkey, anarchist
and to treat Jack's white allies with Francis Ferdinand, who was kill
silent contempt. They detract from d Sunday, was the emperor's neper
their dignity, and are unjust to
themselves more than Johnson, when
ihey show a disposition to hate him.
Secretary Rooney, by direction of
the Board of Trade, having written
to our senators and Congressman
Sparkman regarding the proposed
canal from Silver Springs to Ocala,
has received the following replies:
follow with b s from statesmen
From Senator Bryan
Washington, June 26, 1914.
Mr. J. D. Rooney,
Marion Country Board of Trade,
Dear Sir: Yours of the 20, inst..
approving resolutions oi tne -uanon
County Board of Trade favoring gov government
ernment government aid for the proposed canal
from Silver Springs to Ocala, has
been received. It is needless for me
to say that I will gladly co-operate
in any matter looking to the develop
ment of your section. Nothing, how however
ever however can be done at this session of
Congress, inasmuch as the River and
Harbor and all otfher appropriation
bill, are planned to be put thru by
July 1, when the new fiscal year be
The case of the canal, which is a
difficult one, inasmuch as the rule of
the Rivers and Harbors committee
of the House is to recommend Im Improvements
provements Improvements only where commerce is
shown. In fact, Congress rarely
authorizes appropriations for canals
but confines its work to improve improvement
ment improvement of channels which already
carry commerce. However, I shall
be glad during the next session to do
anything to secure the improvements
you desire, Yours very truly,
X. P. Bryan.
From Senator Fletcher
Washington, June 26, 1914.
Mr. J. D. Rooney, Secretary,
Marion Country Board of Trade,
Yours of the 20th, has been re
I note what you say regarding the
proposed improvement. It is impos impossible
sible impossible to do anything with it .at the
present time. I hope we can take ac
tion looking to this very important
project when we get up the next
rivers and harbors bill.
With kind regards.
Your3 very sincerely,
Duncan U. Fletcher.
From Congressman Sparkman
Washington, June 27, 1914.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary,
Marion County Board of Trade,
ivv Dear Sir: I have yours of
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BUT it WILL, give each and EVERY subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star, a $5 Coupon
Book, redeemable at its face value by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned below, or for
Weekly Star subscription a $1.50 book redeemable for that amount. Past due subscriptions. Dai Daily
ly Daily or 'Weekly, will get a book for each year paid.
The following firms of Ocala will allow you the discounts set opposite their names on all cash pur purchases
chases purchases made when Star Subscription Coupons are presented at the time of making purchases:
Marion Hardware Company, Hardware. 5 per cent
J. J. Gerig, Drugs (Postoffioe drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 3 per cent
Knight & Liang, Wagons, Buggies, etc '. ... 5 per cent
A. E. Burnett, Jewelry .' 5 per cent
E. G. Rivers, Gents Furnishings -.- - 5 per cent
Smith Grocery Co. (Except Feed Stuffs and Special Sales.
Day Bargains 3 per cent
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods 3 per cent
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture...: .. .. 10 percent
A. M. Lansford, 'Music Dealer 10 per cent
Miss Mary Affleck, 3Iillinery 5 per cent
B. Goldman, 44 Why Pay More?" 5 per cent
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes 3 per cent
another has shadowed the emceror S
uta Tn 1SK7 hi brother. Max- the 20, enclosing copy of resolutions
great and I passed by the Marion county uoara
of Trade regarding a canai irom dh-
ver Springs to Ocala, to which I will
ive that careful consideration Its
importance demands. rnis canai.
if constructed, would be a great ad
vantage, not only to Ocala, but the
entire state. I sincerely trust tnat it
may be built-
With very best wishes, I am,
Yours very trulyr
S. M. Sparkman.
To illustrate how the plan will save you money and 'bring back the equivalent in cash, just what
the paper has cost you either the Evening Star or Weekly Star: Suppose your first call, after receiv receiving
ing receiving the coupon .book is at the grocery store, you trade twenty dollars worth, you give the clerk $19 or
your check, and he will tear out of your book $1 worth, of coupons and your bill is paid. You. have
gotten back a dollar of your subscription money. Your next purchase is at the furniture house, whose
name you see on tho 'back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they will give 10 per
cent, discount); you buy a bed for $10 $9 in cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.
You've saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore is $5 $4.75 and a 25c coupon straight-'
ens you there. Suppose the purchase is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents in cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays it. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; it would take your entire
$5 coupon book, but It would save you a FIVE 'DOLLAR BILL.
Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep It too
If you take advantage of our MERCHANTS CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and get a book. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekly
Star, come in and do It now, and get a coupon book. You can send your remittance .by registered
letter, check or express money order, and coupon 'book will be mailed to your address.
Tf it isn't too late to inquire, what
became of that solid bunch of travel
ing men who were going to tight
Fletcher? Is it possible that travel-
Thf OrlantTo ReDorternStar. al
ways a good paper, is ueiier uu
since Joe Reese has taken the edi
torial chair. The only drawback to
limits of royalty, but being probably I this fine paper is its ciumsy irame.
a man of stronger mold he insisted! If it would drop the Star and be
on marrying her. They seemed to i simply the Orlando Reporter, its
live happily together, and death name would look better and soand through the pust bills-but we un-
ew. Like his cousin Rudolph, he
loved a woman outside the narrqw
free 'sugar and failed. They were
the Samsons who were going to pull
the temple down upon the currency
bill and not a pillar tottered. And
now they are yelling panic if the
president insists upon giving busi
ness a solid underpinning by forcing
found them together.
The archduke had
Ing men don't cut as much ice as over ms. predecessor xnat iuigui. uav 'mere are oniy two vacant sturea
rhev think' Or is it the more rea- done good work for Austria and all Un the business center of Ocala. One
snnahle exDlanation that they voted the world had the assassins let him 0r these is being prepared for oc-
There are four elements in Aus
tria the Germans, who are more
Tnvfnl Jax has conceded tnat and more ueeyuuiug uu .m -cii"
? the hiors-pct customs receiv- empire, of which Prussia is the lead-
.a c ui .ft j "oa"" i
as citizens of Florida and not as a
Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny, secretary-
manager of the Florida Growers' &
Shippers League, is at present at
. X i I
;nr noint in Florida, but Joyful Jax ing power, the biavs, wno gravitate Norfolk, for another conrerence wim
v Tint want to arivf un the customs toward Servia and
Charles D. Hilles and Senator
Boies Penrose, the old guard boss of
Pennsylvania, held a conference in
New York the other day. You may
not place Hilles; he was the chair
man of the republican national com committee,
mittee, committee, who managed Taft's cam campaign
paign campaign in 1912. After tho confer
ence Hilles issued an interview say-
Russia, and the J prominent railroad officials, discuss-1 ing tnis Ig a rpuiiCan year and a
headquarters. The spirit tnat tried i nunganaus auu. iuc a mg mauers oi impui wmc iuuhv.
a stand the pied piper of Hamelin alone. If they had sense and pa- wxth tre transportation proDiems on
rff with fi-ftv guilders does not be- triotism enough to stand together, Florida products. Mr. Tenny expects
came extinct very fast. they could stand against the world J to return early next week, and will
as it is. their absorption into other h nresent at the interstate com-
-v- a Qmo t ti fivp minnt.es ahead nations is only a matter of time
f v. v a" I
of time last night. Some people
d tlilnk it was because the wind blew
rifie trainxalong. but the Star has an
other think coming, or rather arriv
ed. About three months ago, a Star
reporter's watch, trying to keep up
vsifh. him, fell into the habit of
iSining about five minutes every
tiay. He took it to one of our jewel-
t tn have it resulated. and the
Tensreler, as most jewelers do, prom
sed to attend to it, hung it on a
Franz Joseph is a very old man
he has been on the throne for almost
two-thirds of a century. His heir-an-narent
is now Archduke Charles
PVanois. known DODularly as Karl.
He is the first member of the im
perial house to have been educated
in the public schools of Vienna,
where he mixed with pupils repre
senting every class of society. He
associated with workingmen and
tradespeople and joined them in their
games, getting closer in touch with
the aspirations and ideals of the peo people
ple people than any other of the Hapsburgs.
He is a first lieutenant in the Aus-
merce commission hearing
sonville, July 6.
J. Fre'd DeBerry seems to be a
rather difficult individual to dispose
of; he is now to start a daily paper
at Plant City. Orlando Reporter Reporter-Star.
Star. Reporter-Star. Why should he be 'disposed of?
If he can start a daily paper and
keep it going, why shouldn't he?
nation-wide party victory In Novem
ber is practically certain." Having!
looked back Into the files, we dis discover
cover discover it is just the same old inter interview
view interview Hilles issued every day dur dur-fner
fner dur-fner the 1912 campaign. And is it
significant of a great republican re
form that Hilles' partner in his first
important conference of 1914 was
Penrose, the pal of Hanna, Matt
Quay, Tom Piatt, Crane, Hale, Gal-
linger, and all the other burglars of
the old regime?
rook, and let it stay there. About
numth later, alona: came a railroad
can, whose watch' was on the blink
ile had to have a watch wbile his
ovn was being repaired, and the jew- trian navy
eler "handed over to him the report
rs watch, which had not been cured The Star does not altogether agree
KtX 5ts bad habits. The reporter had with the gentleman who on another
an old, out-of-date watch, of the page says the United States, could
mintage of 1889, which on being set conquer Mexico in ninety days. In
xxp.tnree minutes every morning and the view of past history, Americans
The shooting-up of a Dominican
fort by an American gunboat looks
like the supply of grapejuice sent
shnarrt hv Secretarv Bryan before
the cruise commenced must have giv
en out before the Machias reached
The Erie Railroad ha3 placed an
order for 10,000 tons of steel rails
with the Carnegie. Steel Company.
MARIOX-DUXX MASOS1C IODGE
MONDAY, JURIE 291h
fe tail 1
E wry TFtommedl EM
A few Panamas, while they last $1.98
Hemp Shapes at $1.00
Rife Rflanry. 'A
near of Helveston's Store
The stock gamblers of Wall street
are a marvellously thick-headed lot
They tried to bluff the president
from putting through free wool and
Marlon-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. 4
A. M. meets on the first ana tnira
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 -o'clock, until further noUc.
Baxter Cam, W. 1
Jake Brown.. Secretary. Ad
Advertise in the STAR for result.
Is Youeip ncemmaim AMgjMl
We mean are you getting the service we wish to give yon and which
you ought to have? We believe you are. Most or 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.
(Ocala Ice & PacMimg C.
iiic UCAia KVKNLSG 2JTAK. TUESDAY, JUNE SO, 1014
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
Made by. Machinery and
Baked by Steam
For sale 50 improved farms,
'10 to 600 acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. AJ-
, so 2,000 acres cut-over land
well located; fine truck and
orange section. Write for
description and prices. Come
JOHN L. DAVIS.
Melver & MacKay
GUDERTAKERS and EMBAIMERS
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
1. E. 31cIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
, Mineral Directors
Ml Work Done by. Licensed. Em-
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t. E. McIVER ...... 104
O. V. ROBERTS 30f.
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All Kind- cf
PLASTERING & CEMENT WORK
Let us trlve you estimates when
in need of work in our line.
Wyominia and Washington Sts.
OCA LA, FLORIDA
If you want to bay or sell
New and Second Hand
- Farm Tools, Harness Etc.
Easy Payments if Desired.
A. M. BOB B1TT,
310 S. Main St. Ocala Fla.
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
0 Immediate Attention.
! J. L. SMOAK
Z At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Merchants & Miners
GO NORTH BY SEA"
BALTIMORE NEW YORK
New Steamers. Low Fares. Besi
Service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
,to all Northern and Western points
For .reservations, tickets, etc.
II. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES.
Agent. Com'l Agt
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street
. On Patriotism.
He who loves not his country can
lore nothing. Bvron.
DOESNT BELIEVE THE MEXICAliS COULD HOLD OOF AGAHIST
OUR ARMIES MORE THAU HlliEIY DAYS
Washington, June 20. Twenty Twenty-five
five Twenty-five thousand Americans could cap cap-tare
tare cap-tare Mexico's chief places in sixty
days and a like number of United
States soidiefs could hold that coun country.
try. country. Is the opinion of an American
who has lived twenty-five years near
the west coast of our tumultuous
neighbor. He is a civil engineer by
training, but now a farmer. He
writes to a friend as follows:
I am still on the ground, hut ;
ready at a moment's notice to take hundred yards. Less than 100 men
to the 'bush if I canot get to mywere killed and wounded all told on
farm on the coast. both sides.
When the aiexican authorities j Now, knowing fairly well the con con-were
were con-were sending a train north, April 25, editions n ooth countries, I am going
and picking up all foreigners en-lto tell what will happen if the Mex Mex-roate,
roate, Mex-roate, I, not wishing to leave, hav-jican peopie or their representatives
ing too much to look out for, deed-f0rce on themselves intervention,
ed to remain, so when the evening j within twenty-four hours after the
train was expected I made myself 'start every port worth while in Mex
scarce. No. I did not have tbati?0 will be blockaded, and occupied,
cot bed cached in some convenient jrhis will demoralize thirty per cent.
cave- of the available armed forces of the
I slept on the rocks that night, a country,
short time anyway. Most of the night Q spite of the claims the whole
I spent trying to find the softest j Mexican nation cannot under the cir cir-plaee,
plaee, cir-plaee, which I finally decided was my jcumstances mobilize an army of 10, 10,-own
own 10,-own body. The next day my com- o 00 men in any one place to oppose
panion and 1 hiked it five miles fur
ther up into the hills, well loaded
with pack, guns and canteens, no
That night we elept beside a big
boulder at the base of a mountain.
The next morning we climbed well
up the mountain and built a fori.
We bad water forty minutes away,
but had to go for it only every two
We were in a spot where no one
would think of looking for Is and a
ylace where any twenty men would
have found it a job to have taken us
alive. -We .had provisions for a week
and I knew that if the "dance" were
on we could safely return before
We returned the next day as I
receive! a 'wireless that the difficul difficulty
ty difficulty wa.? up for mediation.
May 1. three torpedo boats de destroyers
stroyers destroyers slid into the bay and sent
word to all Americans to get out.
I decided to get back to my old place,
but my companion thought he pre preferred
ferred preferred going bay ward and my friends
and family brought such pressure to
'bear on me that I went to my farm,
where I considered myself safe, as I
had three other Americans as com companions
panions companions and we were all off the
main line of regular travel and could
get next to the Yankee blue jacket
when he came, in a three hours'
May 4, I was back here and at
work. Your clippings are interest interesting,
ing, interesting, especially the article by Cassi Cassi-miro
miro Cassi-miro Ren do. You can judge ho w true
the whole story Is from the fact that
the fellow is not, nor ever has been,
governor of Sinaloa.
The Mexicans are steeped in the
old style diplomacy; deceit, in other
words. You have noticed for several
years, just such articles appearing
from time to time. They, fearing in intervention,
tervention, intervention, have tried to -hide their
own weakness by conveying to the
American mind that intervention
would be an Herculean job, and that
it would take an army of 1,000,000
men ten years and millions of dollars
to subject the -Mexican people, not
counting the enormous loss of life.
Now, our psuedo governor indi indicates
cates indicates that intervention will find Mex Mexico
ico Mexico provide! with nearly 1,000.000
defenders; that the combined armies
now muster about 120,000 men;
that these million men are drill drilling
ing drilling every day and have been for
months; that they are all fully arm armed,
ed, armed, have plenty of ammunition and
most are fairly good shots: that the
two contending factions will unite;
that resident Americans would be
butchered if caught in the country;
that the coast would be taken, but
that the Mexican to a man. woman
and child, would wage a war in the
mountains that would last for years.
Now, let us look over these state statements
ments statements and confront each assertion
Huerta has made use of every
man he can lay hands on, even by
force, and cannot put an army of
10.000 men in the field at any one
place. H probably has. all told, and
mostly conscripts. 45.000 men.
The constitutionalists really are
limited to the men they can arm.
and all told have 43.000 more or
less. They have every available arm
in their section.
that is a myth pure and simple. The
men exist, 'but will they take up
arms? And if they would where
would they get them?
The statistics of the fights among
themselves do not speak very highly
for general marksmanship. I know
of one general engagement where
several hundred men (over 00)
j were engaged for the greater part of
xnree cas w"a rmes, macame guns
and cannon and a gunboat on one
side, and the greatest distance apart
la4 mile, and from that to a few
the foe that will pour into the coun country
try country from a dozen different points.
Not on account of superior valor
(we will cede that to the .Mexicans)
but due to superior organization,
marksmanship and initiative any
American force will be equal to from
double to quadruple the numbers of
the enemy on even ground.
The Mexicans have a limited
number of arms, very little ammu ammunition
nition ammunition (which they waste in action)
and have but a limited number of
factories. After the first few en engagements
gagements engagements where would they be?
The truth is that 25.000 men
pushed in the American way would
go thru Mexico in sixty days or less
and twenty-five thousand more will
hold the country as it is taken. This
for the army. The navy will do -the
Eighty per cent, o! the natives
are ignorant and have been exploit exploited
ed exploited for so many centuries that they
have no patriotism. Once they see
what will happen, added to their de desire
sire desire for peace and their apathy in
general, the natives will fall in be behind
hind behind the American army and from
this same element will be organized
a well paid, well fed, and well cloth clothed
ed clothed force that under American orders
'will keep peace thruout the land.
Ninety days will see the end if
pushed as the American army usual usually
ly usually does things and the wheels of
peace and prosperity and a greater
Mexican nation will be started along
the road of the future."
HOT WEATHER TONIC
AND HEALTH BUILDER
Are you run down' nervous tir tired?
ed? tired? Is everything you do an effort?
You are not lazy you are sick!
stomach, liver, kindeys and whole
system need a tonic. A tonic and
health builder to drive out the wasve
matter build you up and renew
your strength. Nothing better than
Electric Bitters. Start today. Mrs.
James Duncan, Haynesville, Me.,
writes: "Completely cured me after
several doctors gave me up." 50c and
$1, at your druggist.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve for cuts.
Tues Thurs. Fri. wkly.
Hopes Her Statement, Made Public,
will Help Other Worsen.
Hines, Ala. "1 must confess", sayi
Mrs. Eula Mae Reid, of this place, "that
Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done me
a great deal of good.
Before I commenced using Cardui, I
would spit up everything I ate. I had a
tired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was
irregular. I could hardly drag around,
and would have severe headaches con
Since taking Cardui, I have entirely
quit spitting up what 1 eat. Everything
seems to digest all right, and 1 have
gained 10 pounds in weight."
If you are a victim of any of the numer numerous
ous numerous ills so common to your sex, it is
wrong to suffer.
For half a century, Cardui has been re relieving
lieving relieving just such ills, as is proven by the
thousands of letters, similar to the above,
which pour into our office, year by year.
Cardui is successful because it is com composed
posed composed of ingredients which act specifically
on the womanly constitution, and helps
build the weakened organs back to health
Cardui has helped others, and will help
you, too. Get a bottle today. You
won't regret it. Your druggist sells it
Write to : Chartanooys M-J!cine Co.. Lailes Ad Advisory
visory Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenr... for Special lnr
ttrttctions on your case an 4 6-?age book. "Homt
Treatment for WoBtB." Mn( la p.ia wrapper. NC120
South Lake Weir, June 3. Miss
Saille Sigmen Is at home at present
visiting h-r parents. Miss 5 alii e
has bean attending schocl in W. Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia during the past session session-Miss
Miss session-Miss Irene Gatt3 returned home
from Webster where she has beeni
for the last three months a guest ofj
her sister. Mrs. Brown and sen,;
Karl came home with her making;
the trip in Mrs. Brown's auto. They
will stay for a week and enjoy the
lake while here.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fcss went to
Boston Saturday. They expect to he
gone all summer.
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Peek left here
Tuesday fcr Philadelphia to spend
the rest of the summer.
Jlrs. C. E. Brown and Mrs. C. S.
Gates and Karl Brown motored to
Ocala Monday. They were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Gates fcr the
The local train on the Seaboard
has dropped to two trips a week
again as all the melons have about
gene to market.
Mr. E. C. Alberts n has his auto
home again and is enjoying it now.
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 rumbling
bling rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deafness is
the result, and unless the InfJamatlon
can be taken out and this tube re restored
stored restored to it3 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.
On April Ttb I took up a dark bay
mare; blind in one eye, both front
feet sc3-red. Owner can have same
by paying for thi3 advertisement and
cost of keep. J. B. Stanley, Morrir
ton, FJa. 6-3-lm
Why Sufker trom Rheumatism?
When relief from rheumatic pains
may be had at so small a cost it is
surprising that anyone should fail to
avail himself of it. Joseph Cappar Cappar-elli,
elli, Cappar-elli, Canastota, N. Y.t suffered In Intensely
tensely Intensely with pains due to rheuma rheumatism
tism rheumatism in his limbs for a long time. A
friend told him about Chamberlain's
Liniment. On application relieved
him wonderfully, and a few days
treatment effected a cure. Many
others have found quick relief by ap applying
plying applying this liniment. For sale by
all dealers. f Adv.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp o. 14 meets In
Tonge's Hall at 8 p. m. pro-y second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov
ereigns alwar welcome. Adv.
P. j. Burden, C. C
Chas K. Sage. Clerk.
ECLIPSE ROOFING CEMENT
It Is the greatest cement in ex existence
istence existence to stop leaks in tin or metal
roof3 and gutters; never fails; ever everlasting.
lasting. everlasting. Ocala Seed Store. 6-23-lm
JUST WHAT SHE NEEDED
There is an old saying that "t3iere
is a remedy for every 111." 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'3
Tablets that I procured a bottle of
them. A few days treatment con convinced
vinced convinced me that they were just what
I needed. I continued to use them
for several weeks and they cured me.
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E,
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even even-ngs
ngs even-ngs in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofSce, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. Z. OF A.
Concordia uoage. Fraternal Union
f America, meets lr Tenge's Hal1
an the second Thursaaj evening of
aach month. Geo. L"Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary. Vd
"If It isn't an Eastman it isn's a
iodak." Gerig'a Drug Stores,
Is Not CdDiaplete
If you do not have a musical Instrument to white away the long
evenings the VICTROLA Just fills the bill; It can be operated
by anyone and with no effort; It reproduces the music of the
greatest musicians; then, too, if you want the lighter music,
monologues, dialogues of wit and humor you have them right at
hand. If there Is any one thing that adds to the real pleasures
of a summer vacation in the country by the lake side, seaside,
or In the mountains, it is the delightful entertainment to be
furnished by one of these splendid instruments. We have them
in many styles ready for immediate delivery at prices ranging
from $13 to $250. and hundreds of the most popular recorda
made. Before you complete your outfit for the vacation, come
In and let us show you how you may add much to its pleasures
with a VICTROLA.
PHONE IX FOR CATALOGUE.
A. EL IMSFQM,
Ocala Agency for LUDDEN & BATES,
Phone 207 Opposite Harrington Dall
If jqm wish to go away tor the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland House at Monteagie.
Tenn. Rates, $7 to $10 per week.
Two months Chautauqua, from July
1st to August 31st. which 13 a fine
entertainment. Monteagie Is on the
top of the Cumberland mountain,
over 2,000 feet above sea level. The
finest "mineral water, most elegant
scenery east of the Rockies. For
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
fhere is no place like Monteagie In
the South. Write at once to Mrs.
E. W. Williams, Proprietress, the
Cumberland House, Monteagie, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. 6-13-tf
Mrs. Rose Green, Wabash, Ind.,
writes, "Recently I used two bottles
of Chamberlain's Tablets and found
them splendid for stomach trouble
and constipation; in fact. I have nev never
er never seen' tl-eir equal Sold by all
This bank i always open until 8
o'clock in the evening on Saturdays
and Mondays; on other days of the!
week it closes at 3 o'clock in the aft-j
ernoon. The bank will observe all;
legal holidays, both state and na-i
tional, and will remain closed on
those day3. I
George Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf!
ALWAYS LEAD TO
Serious sicknesses start In disor disorders
ders disorders of the Ftomach, liver and kid kidneys.
neys. kidneys. The best corrective and pre preventative
ventative preventative Is Dr. King's New Life
Pills. They purify the blood pre prevent
vent prevent constipation, keep liver, kid kidneys
neys kidneys and bowels in healthy condi condition.
tion. condition. Give you better health by rid ridding
ding ridding the system ef fermenting and
gassy foods. Effective and mild. 25c
at your drugglsttues-tdiurs-rrt-wky
cMV r-lzx C-Ut for afl hurts.
A FoniFttDU' off Janly
your automobile will be much
surer of ending well if you have us
overhaul your car now. y there Is
anything wrong with it have us re repair
pair repair it by all means. Little breaks or
defects" have a habit of turning in into
to into big ones on the road. Let us fix
what Is needed now and you may
avoid a serious smash-up. '.
17 N. Main St.
Seed Us Youf
Of AH Kind.
AH Hard Woods.
Pumps for all
For Road Work at all
Marine Construction and
OCALA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Open daily except Sunday from 3
to 5 p. m. Board
5 p. m. Board of Trade rooms.
IHE OCAltA FVENTNG STAR, TUESDAY, JUNE 30. 1914
;bCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS j
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
Mrs. T. J. K Hebrew and children I begin housekeeping
i yesterdav for i;-
Jriganee will leave
:n nousexeetang immediately".
Or Jst. Peters iiirz. I Mr- P.--',lt i a f-h srm :-n v.rir? hrf.i.
:his morning" with Mrs. Adt-ockianl durinz her short soiourn in this
ad children went to Pass-a-Grille, j city was accorded a most cordial
nere tney have taken a cottage for welcome by her husband's many
July. About the tenth Mrs. Kille- i friends.
and Mrs. Ad cock will be joined I
by their parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. E i With r.venty-nine charter members
McClane, who wiii spend some time ; a new chapter of the Daughters of
with them. j :he Confederacy was recently organ-
! ized in Arcadia. It has been given
Air. Paul Weathers reached home the name Olustee and a "former resi resi-yesterday
yesterday resi-yesterday from Amherst College, j dent of Marion was elected first vice
Amherst, Mass., to spend his vaca- i president. Mrs. D. X. Barco. who is
tion with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. j pleasantly remembered in the Cotton
li. A. Weathers. Mr. Brantley weath- j Plant and Fellowship community as
ers en route trom New York stopped! Miss Annie Clark.
in Jacksonville to visit his sister. j
Mrs. G. If. Ford until the latter par: Mrs. A. J.
of the week. Thursday night for Atlanta, where
j she will spend two weeks with her
Mrs. Edward Holler and Mrs. E. j sister. Mrs. M. M. DeBardelaben.
JL. Carney will spend tomorrow at j
Inverness, Dunnelion and other j Mr. J. C. West and two daughters,
'points, where the former will attend j Mrs. Mary Meadeas and Mrs. Will
to business. I Meadeas and children will return to
; their home at Nashville tonight, aft-
Mrs. Alonzo Driggers of Floral f, er a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs.
City, is a guest at Mrs. J. W. Davis' j C. L. West,
hoarding house. j
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Jeffcoat and
Mrs. S. P. Anthony returned today ; baby wtnt to Tampa in their car a
irom the lake, where she has spent ; few days azo, to visit relatives. Mr.
he past three weeks in one of the Jeffcoat returned Monday, but Mrs.
Connor cottage-. j Jeffcoat and the baby will remain a
j week or so.
.'Mrs. T. J. Pyles and grandson. Mr.'
Hood Tifton of St. Petersburg, are j Mrs. S. A. Rawls and three datigh datigh-vcnesis
vcnesis datigh-vcnesis of Capt. and Mrs. s. R. Pries ters. who have been guests of the
a; Glenhurst. j former's sister, Mrs. C. W. Hunter
for ten days, will visit Mrs. R. S.
Mis Ophelia Sawtell is the .guest j Hall and Mrs. T. E. Bridges this
for a few days of Miss Kathleen j week, returning Saturday to their
Jackson j home in Jacksonville.
Mr. Gus Hewett arrived from j Miss Byrd Wartmann. who came
Jacksonville today and will be the j down from Citra Saturday, expects
enest of Mr. Wayne TenEyck and his j to return there tomorrow, and Sat Sat-brother,
brother, Sat-brother, Mr. Adrian Hewett for sev- j urday she will sail from Jacksonville
era! weeks. i for Baltimore, from which place she
" j will go to Kentucky for a stay of
Mr. and Mrs. John Pelot. after a ; some length.
few days' pleasant visit to the for-j
rnerbs aunts. Mrs. P. J. Whiteside! The final meeting for the summer
and Miss Josie Williams, left this at-; of the Altar Guild of Grace church
if.rnoon for Arcadia, where they will was held yesterday afternoon at the
home of its efficient director, Mrs. F.
T. Schreiber. The meeting was well
attended and much pleasure was
added by the presence of Mrs. E. T.
Porter of Lady Lake, who during her
residence in this city worked with
the guild for a number of years.
After adjournment. Mrs. Schreiber
served a refreshing ice coarse and i
later in the afternoon Miss Sidnev ?
Harold renlerel a number of prettv j
j piano selections.
Mi Dean's Reception
The following from the Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, (Ga. t Herail will be of interest
to many in this city, as the hostess
was the attractive guest fo Miss Min Minnie
nie Minnie Stovall summer before last, and
f re quern
FOR BETTER GOODS
LOOK AT THE CHANGE
WE SELL BETTER GOODS FOR LESS MONEY.
BECAUSE WE BUY OUR GOODS RIGHT. KNOWING
HOW ENABLES US TO BUY RIGHT. WANTING TO
STAY IN BUSINESS. WE SELL RIGHT.
BUT WE SEEK STYLE AND QUALITY AS WELL
AS A LOW PRICE WHEN WE BUY. YOU CAN COUNT
ON THE GOODS WE SELL. BECAUSE WE COUNT ON
MAKING EUERYONEHO DEALS WITH US ONCE
A CUSTOMER FOR LIFE.
FROM OUR ALWAYS LOW PRICES WE HAUE
MADE PRICES LOWER STILL TO CLEAR OUTPOUR
SUMMER GOODS. COME WHILE THE -PICKING
I AM CLOSING OUT MY ENTIRE LINE LADIES
AND MISSES DRESSES AND WAISTS AT AND BE BELOW
LOW BELOW COST. THESE BEAUTIFUL GOODS MUST GO
REGARDLESS OF COST. DONT EXPECT TO CARRY
OUER A SINGLE DRESS OR WAIST. COME AND
MAKE SELECTION BEFORE THEY ARE ALL GONE.
EL I lelweistoi
wis:, or. .m:ss .toan was nunitereu
anion g the guests:
A pretty reception at which Miss
Isabelle Charters and Mr. Sidney
Smith were complemented was that
at which Miss Carol Dean was host hostess
ess hostess Saturday evening at her home.
The house was attractively deco decorated
rated decorated in an abundance of rhododen rhododendrons,
drons, rhododendrons, which came from Miss Dean's
summer home in Forest Park.
A large French basket filled with
rhododendrens. tied with a butterfly
bow -of green tulle, formed the cen central
tral central decoration of the prettily ap appointed
pointed appointed dining table. Smaller bas baskets
kets baskets also tied with green tulle bows
were rilled with green and white
heart shaped mints, and burning
tapers of green completed the deco decorations.
rations. decorations. The guests were entertained on
lawn, which was brilliantly illumi illuminated
nated illuminated with tiny electric lights and
comfortably arranged with swings
and benches. An orchestra hidden
among the trees furnished music
thruout the eening.
Miss Dean received her guests
wearing a maize colored gown of
crep meteor and made with a wide
cape of lace.
The Senior Epworth League will
meet in business session this evening
at S o'clock at the Methodist parson parsonage
age parsonage on Fort King avenue. Cabinet
i meetinz will be called at 7:4.". Offi
cers and members of the league are
urgently requested to be present.
Plans will be made for beginning the
work for the new conference year.
The Eastern Star sewing circle
will meet on Wednesday afternoon
at 3:3 o'clock with Mrs. B. F. Condon.
Miss Sarah Pearl Martin is the
guest for the week of Miss Blair
Woodrow at Woodmar.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Boley came
over from DeLand today in their
White steamer and will spend a cou couple
ple couple of days with Mrs, Boley's sister,
Mrs. M. A. TenEyck. Friday morn morning
ing morning Mrs. TenEyck and son Hubert,
will return with the Boley's to De De-Land
Land De-Land for a visit.
Rev. R. W. Horrell, who was the
guest of his brother Mr. J. B. Horrell
in this city last week, was a week
end visitor to Arcadia and of his
visit the Arcadia News says:
Rev. R. W. Horrell, of Ramsuer,
N. C. is in the city and will occupy
i m m
Fine selection of
Linen and Linene
$1 and $1.25
Palmer returned to his home in Tam Tampa
pa Tampa this afternoon.
Robert and William Hall, the
young sons of Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
Hall, left yesterday for Jacksonville,
where they joined Prof. Barnard's
party for a trip to North Carolina.
The party is composed of boys most mostly
ly mostly from Florida, Georgia and Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, and they will spend two
months at "Camp Sapphire," near
Brevard, where everything pertain pertaining
ing pertaining to an ideal out-door life has been
arranged for their pleasure. The
faculty or the camp consists of a man
for each three boys. Studies will be
pursued for a few hours each day
and the recreation hours will be
the pulpit at the Baptist church to-j spent boating, swimming, tennis and
in other out-door sports.
Judge and Mrs. "Lester Warner
and Mr. and iMrs. C. F. Schneider of
"Golden Acre," left this morning for
a few days' outing, going first to
Miss Bessie Hull returned to Inglis
yesterday after a brief stay at the
splash party this afternoon at the
home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs.
H. W. Heary at Oklawaha. The
guests include ( besides Miss Ball,
Misses Catherine Henry, Blair
Woodrow, Sarah All, Sarah Pearl
Martin, Messrs. Cameron Gatnsby,
A DELIGHTFUL, SUMMER RESORT
One of the nicest of the Southern
summer resorts, nearby and easy of
access, is Monteagle, Tenn, on the
top of the Cumberland mountain,
and over twenty-two hundred feet
LaGrange Sistrunk, W. M. Martin j altitude. Plenty high to be cool and
and James Hill of Nashville, Tenn., above all malarial danger. Mont-
morrow morning and evening. He
has recently resigned the pastorate
of the Ramseur church and expects
to locate in Florida.
Mrs. Emily Green and sons.
Messrs. Edwin and Otis Green, and
mother, Mrs. Edward Badger, leave
tomorrow for Lake Weir to spend
ten days. They will occupy one of
the Connor cottages.
Miss Edna Borland of Buckingham
came today for a week-end visit with
'Miss Lois Carlton. She will be the
guest of honor at a dinner party
which Miss Carlton is giving tonight
at the Riverview Cafe. Fort Myers
Mrs. Munroe and daughter. Miss
Frances Bangs, formerly of this city,
who have been at Forsyth, Ga., since
last fall, have returned to their
Shome near Asheville. N. C. and dur-
jing the summer will have as their
: guests Mr. and Mrs. Albert Birdsey
land daughter of Forsyth and Savan Savan-j
j Savan-j nah.
I Rev. Father Bottolacio and sister.
'Miss Bottolacio, are in St. Augustine
; where they went especially to attend
'the consecration of Bishop Curley
today. The consecration was one of
I the most important religious cere cere-i
i cere-i monies in the history of the diocese
land was witnessed by hundreds of
the guest of Mr. John Carney.
After a dip in the lake a bountiful
picnic supper was served on the
Henry dock, the enjoyment of which
concluded a most delightful party.
TIIK HOW AND
THE PRINTING TRESS
(By Shakspere, Jr.)
Last night, a thousand years ago.
Beneath the oaks of Lover's Lane,
An Indian maiden kissed her brave.
eagle embraces all the delights of
wild, rugged mountain scenery, with
many beautiful rides, drives and
matchless views in a few minutes of
a town; a great cave, that in beauty
rivals Mammoth Cave of Kentucky;
with the attractions of an up-to-date
little railroad town, and its great
Summer Chautauqua, "which will be
open thru July and August.
vFor health, climate and scenery
Monteage cannot be excelled In the
The water supply is cold, clear
T pand pure, and no cleaner spot can be
Behind a tree a jealous lover stood, j found.
And breathing maledictions, drew hist Board there can be obtained at
bow, tfrom $7 to $10 per week, at the ex-
And brought his lucky rival to the cellent Cumberland House, which U
j being operated by Mrs. E. W. Wil-
: Hams of St. Petersburg, an exper-
Last night, a few short hours ago, ilencel hotel woman.
j Beneath the oaks of Lover's Lane,
' Miss Anna Walker is the guest of I H' sweetheart kissed a railroad man.;
her niece. Mrs. L. P. Wilson, arriv- i
in I Behind a tree this selfsame poet; Ail tires and
tragic poem for
ing last night from her
Barnwell. S. C.
Mr. and 'Mrs. William Hocker and
children are planning to leave early
Friday morning in their car for Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona Beach. Mr. Hocker will re
turn Monday. leaving his family to ; The Carn-Thomas Company is
spend the remainder of the summer, j pleas-d to announce a Serv-l pure
soli at the
"Davies the tire
And vowing engeance. drew a note- : man" from July 1, will be gold onl
ut with a 0 dis-0-2
And wrote thi
HOUSES FOR RENT
Ar-p'y to S. H. CHRISTIAN, cor-
i pood demonstration at its store on ner of Osceola and Washington
Composing a party motoring to j Thursday, July 2nd. Every one in- streets -2S-t!
the lake at 3:30 to be the guests of ; vited to attend. Srv-Us catalogues
Miss Bessie MacKay for the after-j and Serv-U. coupons free. Serv-L
noon and evening, were Misses Hope coupons are redeemable in cash or:
OPEN ALL. XIGHT
Mr. Harry Palmer, who went to
Gainesville Sunday morning to visit
his mother. Mrs. Julia Palmer, re returned
turned returned last night accompanied by his
sister, Mrs. W. T. Allsop of Alexan Alexandria,
dria, Alexandria, La., and young son. who are
guests of Mrs. G. T. Maughs. Mr.
Robinson. Adele Bittinser. Hester : valuable premiums. See advertise advertise-Dewey.
Dewey. advertise-Dewey. Ethel Haycraft, Patsy Mor-; ment page five. 0-30-3:
ris. Messrs. RoUrt. Leslie and Pat
Anderson. Arthur McCain. Donald ; They are preparing for a nig
Schreiber an 1 Charlie Chazal. Miss j fourth of July celebration at Silver Chamberlain' CoIjc, Cholera and
The Merchant's Cafe Is a first claaa
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, pfoprie-
MacKay arranged the informal party j Springs. There will be music and
in honor of her brother. Mr. George dancing at tne pav:I;on all Saturday
MacKay. who leaves Thursday for afternoon and evening, the Temple t This remeiy always wins the good
Boston. A delicious supper was serv- j orchestra furnishing the music. An opinion, if not the praise, of all who
e l when the merry crowd finished j excursion train will go out at 1:30 '. a5e -:. jjrs. p. A. Hood, Burrow,
splashing and the evening was de-( p. m. and return when the fun is rn I., writes, "I have found Chamber Chamber-lightfully
lightfully Chamber-lightfully spent amidst music, danc-1 over. The City of Ocala will make Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
ing and cards.
Water Parties at Lake Weir
Complimenting her attractive
house guest. Miss Geraldine Ball of
Tampa. iMiss Eloise Henry was the
lovelv hostess entertaining at a
a moonlight excursion down the run. J Remedy a positive cure for cramps
and all who want to see something ; and summer complaint." For sale
pretty should be aboard.
Chocolate Molasses Peanut Butter.
A new package and a good one, 40
cents per pound. Gerig's. 6-19-tf"
by all dealers.
Landscapes, figures, etc., for wa water,
ter, water, coloring, big lot at The Murray
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1914
X-X-5 ; STORM LAST NIGHT WAS SEVER!
an lteret;xg occasion
i Doit T "Vbxr 3HEETD
I xSVyvrp. "NTKW
Electric Plant Crippled, ami You ; I laces at the Fair Ground- 'on the
Had Jiot Lay in a M(k of
Lamp' and Oil
A little before o'clock last night,
Ocala was struck by the heavies:
Fourth of July
Following is the schedule of the
races to be run a: the fair zrounds
under the auspices o:' the
electric storm it Las felt
and for about half an hoar the thun thunder
der thunder and lightning were incessant.
Along with the electric display was a
strong wind and heavy rain, which
drove everybody under shelter in
short order. About two minutes aft
er the first thunde:
years,! Ocala Gentlemen's Driving Associa
J First race Mixed, free for
.:.iu-:.iut, e-t t a o ;n taree neats. j
Second race MixeL four-year-j
olds and under: half-mile. Best two!
in three heats. j
Races start promptly at I'cCO a.'
m. Hack fare from citv l."c. each!
way. Plenty of carriages to accom
clap, all the
electric lights went out. and though
they came on again, they dickered
in the most inconvenient manner.
, ;:uoda:e all. Admission, fJ.'c. inelud-
t After awhile.
restored to the business center and j
the arc lights, but most of the resi-i
deuce section remained dark the re-!
mainder of the niaht.
The trouble was caused by the
burning out of three coils in one o: "oni:re imn Object to Public Oflic-
1 1 1 : x o v n 1 1 : i lux u i : v
IN A DEMOCRAT
are voc pleased, mrs.. housekeeper,
TAliLM CITLERY AM) SPOONS'.'
IF VOC WILL COME TO US. AND GET NEW ONUS YOU
WILL NOT RE ASHAMED WHEN COMPANY COMES.
on: store is the store for all kinds of scissors,
KNIVES OK ANYTHING THAT "CUTS." WE HAVE THE
"EDGE" ON THE CUTLERY IU SI. NESS, HECAUSE WE CARRY
LIXES FOIL WHICH WE ARE THE ONLY AGENTS IN THIS
I MARION HARDWARE CO.
I Phone 118,
! OCALA, FLORIDA
i the big generators, and damage to j
several others, but how manv can-1
. ... . i
not oe toia until tne macnine ;s re rewound.
wound. rewound. It has thirty-two coils.
Lightning flew lively around the
plant for awhile. The generator was
throwing out fire in sheets, and it,
looked like certain death to go near!
The crippled machine is running
today, and may keep up its work.
And it may play out when the eak
t.TZZ7y -A :
US FOR IT
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""""
0 OCALA, FLORIDA
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.
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.i
strictly ethlcai lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 33?
iaN Rcir.ir Hauled Around in
New York. June 2C. A Washing Washington
ton Washington item in the World says: "As a
democrat I cannot see any use for
an automobile,' yelled Representa
tive Fowler of Illinois.. He was in th
I - V. Lll l.A.l t.vAA LI L 1 .4 IV IS. A J 1 U 1
Congressmen on motor vehicles used
by government officials and he. had
an able second in Representative
load comes on this evenin- In that p1"11"- w M1" un",i,;j un",i,;j-case,
case, un",i,;j-case, the current will have to be cut1 "! ara sick of ?eelRS little officials
automobiles. This city is full
$ 2.0mm men in 4.0 no cars."
The trouble started during the de-
will be well for all to supply them-'
fore the stores close.
A dispatch has been sent to the
Westinghouse Company, which will
hurry a man here, and as soon as he
arrives the machine will be rewound,
and soon running same as ever.
Always see Us Before You Buy.
All Lona Fide Deals and Guaranteed Titles
Lot 70x112 with 9-room residence,
Ft King Avenue, Best residential section,
$3,500.00; $500 Cash, Balance to suit
SZ acres Orange Avenue, inclades two-story S-roona residtnce,
barn and all outbuildings, runnig water in house. Water pipe!
to barn and lot; fine spring of freestone water on property.
We also have two business propositions paying excellent inter interest
est interest on the investment. Also two exceptional pieces of residential
property on Fort King Avenue. Good values, in best neighborhoods.
DAVID S. WOODROW
Real Estate and Investments.
WK SKLL THE EAttTll"
Till: JIM CROW CAR LAW
In everv i.
bare on the sundry civil bill, when 1
some ohe announce! that Public
Printer Cornelius Ford. New Jersey
democrat had purchased an electric
car out -Ai the appropriation for
During the debate a republican
in a back seat yelled:
'Why does he want an electric
car. ".n he has eleven Fords at
hern state, we be
lieve, there are laws that provide for llonVv
the separation of the races in pas-1 riTe'r bein re5:orea afIer a time,
senger-carrving vehicles, such as 1 amendment to the sundry civil bill,
railroad cars. By common consent was made Having the use'of the car
the designation of "Jim Crow" has'to the carrying of supplies.
been applied to those cars set apart j
for the negroes.
In most, if not all of these laws,
there are requirements that the sep-;
arate accommodation? provided for(n rnnnrl Wantprf Ffir 9fl!p
the negro passengers shall be "equal" 0Sln r0Un J' VBa
to those provided for the whites. InlFOr RSIlt Slltl Similaf LOCSl HEBtlS
very few, if any of the state is this; j
requirement obeyed. !F0R SALE One large horse in;
It is very gratifying to all lovers j good condition; one good work!
of abstract justice to observe that re-' muIe- 0cala Lumber & Supply,
cent decisions of the courts and ver- Company. 5-23-tf
diets of white juries indicate a deter determination
mination determination to enforce this require requirement
ment requirement of equality of accommodation.
In Christian county. Kentucky, the
other day a jury imposed a fine of
$500 upon a railroad company for
violatnig the law which in that state
requires equal and suitable accom accommodations
modations accommodations for negro passengers.
In most of the states the railroad
companies have made no effort to FOR SALE I have a lovely home
make the negro passengers equally for sale on Oklawaha avenue, and!
comfortable with the whites. Some- the price is right. S. S. Savage,
times there are assigned for their use! Jr., Ocala, Fla. 6-22-12t
old dilapidated cars that have out-
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. C-22-6t
lived their usefulness in the service
of the whites and are not worth be being
ing being reiaired. In other instnees
there is a portion of a baggage or ex express
press express car partitioned off for the use
of the negroes. In no instance that
has come under our personal obser observation
vation observation have there been provided cars
equal in comfort and cleanliness for
the two races.
In attempted justification of their
neglect to comply with this require requirement
ment requirement of the law the railroads com commonly
monly commonly offer the statement that there
are comparatively so few negro pas passengers
sengers passengers on the traiiy; that it would
not justify them to carry cars of
equal size and style fcr the negroes:
that they would nearly always have
to be hauled back and forth empty
and that the fares collected from ne-
FOR SALE Modern bungalow in
Linwood Heights. Inquire of the
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. 5-1 5 tf
WANTED Table boarders during j
summer months; rates reasouable.
Mrs. J. W. Davis, 219 E. Oklawa Oklawaha
ha Oklawaha avenue. Phone 14S 6-23-
LOST On Sunday between Wenona
street and Methodist church, a
cresent shaped Masonic breast- j
pin the wife and daughters' de-j
gree; inscribed F. N. D. O. S.
B. T. K. C. Return to L. T. Izlar
and receive reward. 0-22-t i
groes' would not pav for
and tear of the cars.
This may be all true, as we believe
that it is. but it is nor, the fault of
the negroes, and it does not affect
their risht a particle. The obliga-'
tion to furnish equal accommodation
is one of the inconveniences of rail railroading
roading railroading in the South, but the new
law makes it obligator:-- and the law
ought to be enforced, for it i only
just. Tampa Times.
There are always plenty of pas
sengers in the car- set aside
colored passengers on Florida
FOR SALE A real bargain solid j
golden oak dining table, massive
claw legs, dividing pedestal. -IS-j
inc htop; can be extended to eight
feet. If sold at ence. $20 cash. E. I
C. Jordan & Co. 6-2 i
perienced stenographed. Will ac-j
To the Boy or Girl, Man or Woman,
Charitable or Benevolent Organi Organization
zation Organization in the State of Florida
securing the greatest number
of Serv-Us Coupons be between
tween between now and
December 15th, 1914.
Prizes will be awarded as follows:
1st Prize $100.00 in Cash
2nd Prize $50.00 in Cash
3rd Prize $25.00 in Cash
4th Prize $12.00 in Cash
5th Prize $8.00 in Cash
6th Prize $5.00 in Cash
20 Next Prizes $2.50 each
SERV-US Coupons are on every package of Pure Food" Groceries and
Sundries manufactured by the SERV-l'S Pure Food Company of New
York or Chicago, such as Canned Tomatoes, Canned Beans, Canned Corn,
Canned Kraut. Vienna Sausage, Canned Hominy, Spinach, Soups, Oat
Meal, Corn Flakes, Tapicoa, Coffee Tea, Extracts, Spices, 'Macaroni, Spa Spaghetti.
ghetti. Spaghetti. Laundry and Toilet Soaps. Baking Powder, Cleaning Powder,
Peanut Butter. Sliced Beef. Olive Oil. Talcum Powder, Toilet Paper,
and practically a complete line of groceries and grocers' sundries.
SERV-l'S Coupons are very valuable .and redeemed in Premiums
or Cash. If your Grocer does not supply you with these goods, some
other Grocer will supply you.
ARE LOW IX PRICE AX1 HIGH IV QUALITY
iginal sendr. wrether you receive Coupons will be returned to the or or-After
After or-After this contest is over, all one of the prizes or not. They will
be redeemed in valuable presents or cash by the SERV-l'S Pure Food
Company of Xew York or Chicago.
All parties desiring to enter this contest shoal! notify us promptly,
and they will be furnished with a SERV-l'S Catalogue FREE.
A Christmas Present Worth While.
a ca r
cept work by the job or a p?rma-
nent position. Phone 4."-T. 20 Ot j
FOR SALE Thoroughbred She:- j
land ponv. saddle, bridle and blan-
ket; prettiest outfit in this section.
?S5 gets the outfit. Apply at the!
WANTED 9 MEN" to join the
Brotherhood Baraca Class, city
hall. See R. B. Bowers. 5-20-tf
I'OIRTII OF JULY PICNIC
and i FOR SALE CHEAP Th .rou-thbre 1
i Buff Orp:::?:on and GoMn Wyan-
-lotte ohicken-. Mrs. Y. A. R-bert-i
son. North O.-ala. ::'-':
All are cordially invited to attend jFO.i RENT Five room cottage with
the picnic in oak grove, near the all modern conveniences; desira-
Christian church, two miles east ofi bly located. Apply o Mrs. Jake
Connor, on the Fourth of July. Come
one and all and celebrate with us.
A full line of Spalding baseball
goods just in at Gerig's Reliable
Drug Stores. 5-16-tf
Brown. N. Tuseawia s. 6 20 St
Week or by;
shins by the
. .. r.r j
WE STRIVE TO MAKE A HIT EVERY TIME WE COME ;o RAT
OLD IORRIX Rl'XS THE RASES FOR I S AXI MAKES MAXY A
Pui-o Guava .Tl!y. Puro Orange Mamial.ifle. Pure Preserved Figt
R-efinut Crab Apple Jelly. IieecLnut Peach Jam, Reech Reech-nut
nut Reech-nut Apple Jelly. Glace Pineapple. Ginser and Kuril-
juas in tin.
Twenty-One Pound of Sugar U-r SI with SI Cah Purchase of other
Groceries on Saturday and Monday Onlj-.
J. L. SMITH GROCERY, COMPANY
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1014
DOnvTGS OF THE VAN LOONS
Well It Was Safer for Father to Let It Out at the Ball Park
PLACC "N THIS
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j i ne not Diooa surged up into Hayes Hayes-i
i Hayes-i face. He was aghast at this peep into
! the soul of the woman he had thought
j was tender and dear and sweet. Her
j complete disregard of Mrs. Slade en-
Baby of Future
A Novelization of
Alice Bradley's Play
By Gertrude Stevenson
Illustrations From Photographs of
the Stage Production
flpyrtgfct, i3J3. (i'uhiication Rights Baerved)
"So this is what Slade has done!"
His fists were clinched. "This is what
he's after. This is what you want.
I'm not surprised," he went on, bit bitterly.
terly. bitterly. "It was always in you."
"Yes," she met this accusation, an
angry light in her eyes. "It was al- j
ways in me. I always had to have
everything, be everything. I can't 1
stay here and be a nobody. Ve're cn
Much thought has been given In late
years to the subject of maternity. In
the cities there are
i quipped with mod mod-t
t mod-t :n methods. But
most women prefer
their own homes and
in the town3 and vil villages
lages villages must prefer
i hem. Anl since
this is true we know
irorr. the great many
splendid letters writ writ-::jct
::jct writ-::jct that o-r "Mother'a
L.eft alone, Katherine drew a longr
yfeath. Her face was set and her eyee
ere harder than it is good for a
woman's eyes to be. She pictured to
herself the future tor which she had
just bargained. There would be j the world.
UU'"U1J j mothers. Thev write of the wonderful
perous, it's because nothing is paid relief hov- it seamed to allow the
for. When I was a child I always muscles to crar.J without undue strain
had to lead all the little games." She vrnat a ''id influence it was on
.... ,.v. the nervous system. Such helps aa
wae talking rapidly, earnestly. "Then t 0t:rih7-s rrier.d and the broader
when I grew up there was only one knowledge of the.n should have a he'.pful
leader here Katherine Strickland, ; Influence vpon babies of the future.
and aftpr there wan never but one i In a LttIe Lool: for such onien these
ana alter mere was never mat onejpo,nts are thorou;jhly brought out
woman left this place and did the ani a coP5. T..ri bo mailed to anyone who
things I've done and made the sue- win se-.d us their r".me and address.
cesses I've made, and now to come ''thJf? Jf 13 sold l? ,alJ dr?s
... . T,, Etores and high.y recommended for Its
back here and settle down! When timely usefulness, its Fafenesa and the
I'm Mrs. Slade I'll have the life I'm real help it affords. Ask for It at the
after money and power and Europe SJ aRd wte us for the book. Brad-
wealth no more pinching struggle
with masked poverty, her father at i
ease, his political debts all paid. I
There would be no more pretense that
her art was for love of it and not for ;
money she would be free to follow :
her desires in this as in all else, j
There would be honor and. power as
wife of the state's chief executive j
and that was but a step to further
honors that she would achieve at
Slade'p side with Slade always with
Slade-' ah! i
kS'she stood thus the horror of what
HBhe had agreed to do swept over her,
and she sank moaning and shivering
into a chair, covering her face as if j
to ehut out the hideous vision of her- 1
self as Slade's wife. She did not!
hear Bob enter, and did not v know he
was In the room until he touched her I
shoulder with tender alarm, exclaim- j
. ing, "Why, Katherine, what's
He did not think he ever remem-!
bered Katherine, strong, firm-willed j
Katherine, looking eo pathetic and i
helpless. She dropped her hands from
her face and he was surprised to see ;
the misery in her eyes and the drawn ;
lines about her mouth. ;
"I'm cold I'm cold! I've had an
awful chill," she tried to say, her j
teeth chattering with the sudden cold
that seemed to freeze her lips. "Don't
touch me. Bob?" she choked. "I've j
done it. I've done it. I always knew
I'd do something terrible I've done
it." Her voice was hollow and her ;
eyes were blank and expressionless.
"Katherine, tell me what's the mat- :
ter? Can't you tell me?" There was
a world of love and tender solicitude
in Bob's voice. His manner seemed
to rouse her, and she began to pace ;
the floor excitedly.
"My mind's made up. It's all over
between us now. I'm going to marry ;
Slade," the words were uttered
quickly, breathlessly. j
"You're going to marry Slade," Bob
could scarcely believe his ears. "You ;
must be crazy!"
"No." Her voice was firmer now.
"But I'm twenty-seven years old,
twenty-seven year3 old." She bit the
words off with a vengeance. "Soon
I'll be thirty thirty do you hear? j
And you're the only man I've ever i
cared a rap for. I've tried to marry
other men, rich men, men with impor important
tant important positions. Once I nearly did it :
in Europe. Then I thought of you, i
and I waited, I waited. And it's too j
late now. I can't wait any longer. :
I've worried and wondered ever since j
I got home what I could do. What I ;
could do! Slade's the answer, Bob,
Slade's the answer."
"My God, Katherine!" Hayes was
completely bewildered at this unex- ;
pected outburst. "Slade's married." j
"I don't care," she retorted, de-
flantly, gaining courage as she talked.
"A woman more or less is nothing
to that man.
"Don't forget Slade," came sarcas sarcastically
tically sarcastically from Hayes. -"Don't forget
Slade," and he came toward her.
"You'll have Slade, too. You'll have
to live with him, a man who has lived
all his life with another woman
"Don't t" she commanded. "He is
only marrying me for a a sort of
"You'll be his wife just the same."
Every word was a sting.
"Yes you'll have your revenge,"
Kathefine answered quietly, more to
herself than to him. Her voice
dropped wearily. "Every time he
kisses me every time he comes into
field Regulator Co.,
Ill Lamar Eldg.,
wnai oan i give your" ne repeated.
Then with a look of utter loathing in
his eyes: "You contemptible little
and he flung her from him.
"You're going to sell what's mine
to the highest bidder," he panted.
"But Slade's not divorced yet, and
before you get out of this dirty mire
you'll regret It. You'll find yourself
so deep in scandal
"I won't," katherine protested, ve vehemently.
hemently. vehemently. "I won't have a scandal."
"They'll say he's your lover," his
rage turning into fury.
the room. But I'll get used to him, j Katherine looked at him as if she
I suppose. Women get used to that ; had been turned to stone. Then the
i real significance of what he had said
dominant personality. We can't make
these big fellows to order.
"What I can't understand," com complained
plained complained Hibbard, throwing the 6tub
of his cigar into the fireplace, "is why
they can't get on together."
"Take It from me, gentlemen, it's
her fault," exclaimed Merritt, as much
in favor of Slade as he had previously
been opposed to him, now that Fannie
wa3 appeased with the money for her
trip to Europe.
"She'3 preparing to desert him
now," Strickland assured them. "It's
"Well, we can't blame him for be being
ing being deserted," agreed Hibbard.
"You bet we can't! My wife de deserted
serted deserted me," declared the colonel with
an attempt at facetiousness, "and she
didn't do It a day too socn, either.
I've gone right ahead ever since."
"Now, then," went on the industri industrious
ous industrious Merritt, "three of us own papers.
These are our points: Mrs. Slade is
er er a woman who has no sympa sympathy
thy sympathy with her husband shuns public
life is never seen refused even to
see me. 'And no sympathy for him,
don't forget that."
"Yep! Just like my wife," grunted
"I don't see how the public can
blame him," declared Hibbard.
"They can't," asserted Hart.
"Why, she's a semi-invalid," amend
"My wife hasn't seen her out since
she drove him out of the house five
weeks ago," declared Hart.
"Good! We'll use that," exclaimed
Merritt, eagerly. "A semi-invalid
when she's ready to be moved she
will be taken away at her own. request.
I'll publish it myself. I'll start the ball f
a-rolling. Why, gentlemen, the world j
ought to pity that man." j
Hayes had stood the conversation j
a3 long as he could.
"Do you realize that you're attack- J
Ing this woman unjustly?" he broke I
in, walking into the middle of the
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"Yes, and then go to the devil! I'll fanned to a flame the rage that was I group.
tell you what I think of you, he j Durning m ner heart rage at mm "This is not at all true.
' - ....
! stormed. "You re a bad woman. at conditions at everything: bhe "You keep out of this game," warned
you re as rotten as tney mane tnem. : gnppeu ner lingers arouna one oi me Strickland.
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lovely roses at her belt and crushed! "Well, boys, we're all agreed."
it to a pulp. Then she ripped them clared Merritt, "It's one for
She Hesitated in Bewildered Fashion.
There's no type so low. You're bad
to the marrow. London and Washing Washington
ton Washington and Paris have done for you.
You've butterflied all over the world
till you're a heartless jade, junketing
about from one embassy to another
with all your pretty little cheating
tricks and not a decent thought in
"I won't listen," she gasped, amazed
at his denunciation of her.
"You will listen!"
"Don't, oh, don't say such things.
Bob." ?he pleaded.
"Why not?" he demanded. "You
who plan to do such a devilish thins
He 11 move a monnta" ) in the eyes of God and of men, can
. you be afrad t0 hear what it really is
you plan? You will listen!"
He took a step nearer. He caught
her roughly by the shoulders. He
buried his lips into the soft tendrils
of hair around her ear as he almost
shouted: "You are going to rob a poor
little woman step into her house and
snatch away her husband and the
only excuse you can offer is that you
want his money. Why don't you rob
somebody outright and get away with
it? It's more honest."
Katherine shrank from him with
a cry of protest.
"And all the while yon love me,"
he went on, passionately, "you love
"I don't," she sobbed.
You lie!" he amsprf hntV
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from her gown his roses and threw
them among the blazing logs in the
She turned to him with a bitter
laugh. "I'm through with you and
your Insults," and she fled from the
Katherine did not go a moment too
soon, for scarcely had the folding
doors closed behind her when the
door from the smoking-room swung
open, and wid noisy talk the few re remaining
maining remaining members of the dinner party
In her agitated condition, even. Kath Katherine
erine Katherine would have found it difficult to
regain her composure sufficiently to
meet these men.
Ex-Governor Hibbard was in a par particularly
ticularly particularly happy frame of mind. The
senator's excellent viands and the sen senator's
ator's senator's choice wines and the senator's
Havanas had succeeded in making him
feel well satisfied with the world in
general and with Slade in particular.
His round face was flushed and his
string tie a trifle awry.
"Had a good time, senator," he said,
removing his cigar, "but there were
too many swallowtails here for me to tonight.
night. tonight. When I was governor of the
state 1 never wore one. No, nor a plug
"I never wore one, and I never
will," seconded Colonel Smith, a typ typical
ical typical long, lean, lanky westerner, with
the inevitable western cut beard and
hair a bit too long.
"Governor, you're right," and Strick Strickland
land Strickland gave each man a resounding slap
on the shoulder. "Colonel, stick to
your guns. They re a nuisance. Now,
boys, forget your homes and your
trains. The others are all gone. Let
us, the ringleaders, adjourn to the
dining-room and over one of my
The governor patted his stomach
tenderly. The mention of the sena senator's
tor's senator's punch was all that was necessary
to weaken his desire to catch a train.
"Ah! Strickland's punch! I'm with
"Now, gentlemen," interrupted Mer-
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fjr and EiMlder
"And all for one,'
j "Hip! Hip!" began Merritt, when
j the door opened and the butler an
The hurrah that had been on each
man's lips died a sudden death. They
looked at each other in consternation.
"Mrs. Slade!" gasped Merritt.
The eyes turned toward the door
saw a tiny, gray-garbed woman, with
great, questioning urowu eyes. Hesi Hesitating
tating Hesitating in bewildered fashion as she
found herself confronted by a room-
, TT 2.1. 2 .1
iui oi men. ner guu wiu its uui j
basque and full skirt was dowdy and j
badly cut, in marked contrast to the
fashionable, clinging gowns of the
women who had graced the room a j
short time previous. Her white gloves
were a fraction too short to meet her
short sleeves, and left exposed thin
arms and pointed elbows. But the ten- j
der face, with its sweetly expressive
mouth, was unchanged. The lovely J J
eyes were more appealing, as filled j Ocala
with wistful shyness, they gazed ahout ;
"I'm afraid It's a little late for me
to come," she managed to say, as the
senator came up to her with out outstretched
stretched outstretched hand.
"This is an unexpected pleasure,"
the senator assured her with an ur urbane
bane urbane smile. "Gentlemen, Mrs. Slade."
"Why, my dear madame," and Mer Merritt
ritt Merritt greeted her effusively, "I'm glad
to know that the reports to the sena senator
tor senator have been exaggerated. Your
health is now er
"Oh, I never felt better In my life,
sir," Mary declared, puzzled that he
should ask such a question.
Hayes hastened to the little wom woman's
an's woman's side.
"Oh, Rob," she exclaimed, relieved
to see a familiar face. As she turned
to Hayes, Slade appeared at the smoking-room
door, and as he recognized
the dowdy little figure his eyes dark darkened
ened darkened and an angry scowl appeared on
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we're all Slade men?"
"All Slade men!" was the unani unanimous
mous unanimous shout from the colonel, the ex ex-Governor
Governor ex-Governor Hunt, pious old Pop Hart
"And we're preparing to cope with
Slade's domestic trouble should it
come up, and jfilL" vrent on Merritt.
"The devil Strick
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ROUND TRIP RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE
To Charlotte 8 00'
To Raleigh 5 8-00
To Richmond 10-0(
To Portsmouth $10.00
To Norfolk $10.00
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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1914
of a Kimball Player Piano by
the simple manipulation of a
little lever, concealei unler
the key-board of the piano.
is the oniy
devke that levers and raises
the pelals, covers and uncov-
covers, the expression buttons
and locks and unlocks the
piano keys, with one move movement,
ment, movement, -.vhiie the operator is
seated at the instrument.
One of the TEX features of the
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names Honored in Canada
Contradiction from Many Leading
liu-ine-, Men of Republican Re Reports
ports Reports of Calamity
Proposed Memorial to Parkman and
Champlain Brings Strong Words
and telegrams that a
upon President Wilson a:.d members
of the cabinet flatly ccntraiict the'
pessimistic reports of the business,
situation which are
vz so indus-
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: Put Down.
Z Why not now?
: Ornamental Vases
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Z made to order
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Richmond, Va 10.00
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triously circulated by Republican pol- :
Talk of panic, these advices say, j
has no foundation whatever. All :
evidence points to the largest grain ;
crop, including corn, in history, it
therefore- follows. the Democratic (
leaders say. that a business boom
.will quickly appear after the mar-j
keting of the bumper crop. The pres-j
ident is confident it will be a last-j
ing ooora because the existing douots
as ij the meaning of the anti-trust
laws will be removed and because
a scientific currency system will then
be in full operation.
The letters most valued bv the
president come from the heads of j
large banking, manufacturing and j
jobbing houses. They express agree-i
ments thai there is reason for opti optimism.
mism. optimism. The banks have plenty of
money and are not overloaned, and l
the manufacturing and merchant
world is carrying a light debt load.
The only testimony of depression
comes from the stock exchanges. The
stock gamblers of Wall street are not
getting as many lambs to shear as
they would like. They attribute the
slack year in stock trading to the
fact that the president is firmly de demanding
manding demanding that Congress live up to the
Democratic platform pledges and
strengthen the bherman anti-trust
law. If enacted, the trust bills will
go a long way towards limiting the
old field of stock manipulation. The
requirement that new issues of rail railway
way railway securities be approved by the
Interstate Commerce Commission, for
instance, will put an end to- the old
game of selling water to the public
at high prices.
Joseph P. Tumulty, private secre secretary
tary secretary to the president, recently was
showing a pile of the encouraging
letters to Representative Thomas L.
j Reilly; of Connecticut. After read
ing them Mr. Rielly said:
"My own correspondence is of the
same character. I got a letter a few
days ago telling me that because
the employees in the clock factories
in and around New 'Haven have been
working fewer hours the charge is
being made that this and other al alleged
leged alleged troubles are due to the heavy
importations of foreign clocks un under
der under the Democratic tat' iff. I wanted
to know the true facts and asked
the department of commerce to give
me the very latest figures as to the
importation of clocks. The latest fig figures
ures figures were for the three months of
this fiscal year ending March 31 last,
that is, for January, February and
March. Clocks to the total value
of $159,000 were imported in those
months. For the same three months
of 1913, under a Republican admin administration
istration administration and Republican tariff, clocks
to the value of $161,000 were im imported.
ported. imported. "Investigation by me shows that
manufactories of all kinds around
New Haven, accustomed for many
years to a shut down of two weeks
around July 4, will not close down
this year longer than that and some
of those which have closed in the
past will not shut down at all."
A Parkman and Champlain memo memorial
rial memorial at Ottawa is to be one of the
symbols of the Anglo-American peace
Nothing could be more graceful and
appropriate. Though Parkman and
Champliin lived 230 years apart, their
names are linked imperishably, and
are written in letters of geld in the
annals of this country.
Champlain made Canadian history:
Parkman wrote it; Champlain
wrought the deeds; Parkman immor immortalized
talized immortalized them. It is fitting that they
should dwell together, in bronze or
marble, in the capital of the country
which claimed their genius, if not
The fact that Parkman was an
American harmonizes with the spirit
of the peace celebration. His memo memorial,
rial, memorial, like his work, will testify to the
common inheritance of the British, the
Canadian and the American peoples.
It will appeal also to the French-Canadians,
for Parkman dedicated his life
to telling the story of the French
regime in Canada. And what an en enthralling,
thralling, enthralling, inspiring story he wrote!
On his splendid canvas, vivid with all
the colors of romance and adventure,
no figure stands out so gloriously as
that of Champlain. To the memory of
Champlain and Parkman both heroes,
for one fought the wilderness, the
other waged a lifelong warfare against
bodily infirmity all Canadians should
pay homage. Quebec Chronicle.
Big Tax on Woman's Estate..
It rarely happens in Great Britain
that a woman has the disposal at her
death of more than $5,000,000, but the
eighth millionaire estate to be pro probated
bated probated during the present financial
year is that of a Miss Easton of Fell Felling
ing Felling in Durham and Layton Manor in
Yorkshire, who died at the age of
ninety-five. Her estate is valued for
probate at $5,398,900. The duties on
this will amount to more than $1, $1,-050,000.
050,000. $1,-050,000. The only other cases recorded in re recent
cent recent years of women who disposed at
their death of estates over $5,000,000
in value are Mrs. Rylands, widow of
a Manchester warehouse owner, who
left $17,243,460; Mrs. Lewis-Hill, wife
of Captain Lewis-Hill and widow of
Sam Lewis, the famous West end
money lender, who left $5,759, S65;
Baroness von Hirsch, who left $30 $30-000,000;
000,000; $30-000,000; Mrs. Alexandra Ralli, "who
left $5,059,710, and Miss Ellen Morri Morri-Bon,
Bon, Morri-Bon, who left $11,739,645.
Leaving It to the Pitcher.
Not in ten years has Christy Math Math-ewson
ewson Math-ewson been taken out of the box by
McGraw, unless possibly under some
condition where strategy demanded
a pinch hitter, or a man batting from,
the ether side of the plate, or a speedy
base runner. This may surprise 1,000, 1,000,-000
000 1,000,-000 or more fans. Box scores may be
produced to dispute it. But that is a
case where the box scores are wrong.
When Matty comes out, he takes him himself
self himself out. He knows when he is not
right, and is not aehamed to admit it,
and McGraw leaves it to him. Many a
time he has been known gently to lay
the ball on the ground, when he felt he
could not be effective, and facetiously
call to some comrade on the bench:
"Come out here and finish this job.
It's too large for me." And then, as
a parting shot to the grinning bats batsman
man batsman at the plate: "I'll be right here
tomorrow, and the first time you come
up. you'll breeze."
And generally he makes good on his
forecast. Pomilar Magazine.
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Their Frierd In Need.
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"I doti't see what claim you have for
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statement, you were not hurt."
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LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge Xo. 699, L. O. O. M.,
eets every Thursday at 3:30 p. m.
isiting Drethren always welcome to
the lodge and club house, on Mag Magnolia,
nolia, Magnolia, street near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney, dictator.
J. E. Gates, Secretary. ad
Tickets sold July 3rd, from Jack Jacksonville
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J. G. KIRKLAXD, D. P. A.,
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The undersigned merchants here hereby
by hereby agree to close their respective
places of business on Thursdays at
1 p. m., beginning June 4th, and
continuing to and including Septem September
ber September 10th, and also agree to close
their places of business not later
than 6:30 p. m. on other days ex excepting
cepting excepting Saturdays.
H. B. Masters Company.
Rheinauer & Company.
E. T. HUvenston.
Marion Hardware Co.
E. G. Rivers.
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Counts Grocery Co.
H. A. Waterman.
L. W. Harley.
Mclver & MacKay.
J. L. Smith Grocery Co.
Hayes & Guynn.
The Murray Company.
M. A. Bostick.
A. M. Lansford.
Good Rule for Life's Conduct.
Mind your own business with your
absolute heart and soul; but see that
It is a good business first. Ruskin.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7: 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condoa, Sec'y.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge Xo. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. M. Gober C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. R. S. Ad
Everyone Has It Within His Power
to be Happy
A celebrated French physician has
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meter barometer of his disposition."
Every man and every woman
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factor in one's success.
Everyone should know that the
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worked overworked livers are the prime causes
o: heaiaches, indigestion, constipa
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But the inactive liver always warn
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sale under guarantee of money re refund
fund refund at 50 cents for large bottle.
Ask the Court Pharmacy about it.
Tali's Be est to
Pure beer is food.
Light starts decay even in pure beer.
Any beer in a light bottle is exposed
to danger of impurity.
Why should you risk this decay?
Why should any brewer ask you to?
Schlitz Brown Bottle keeps out light
and protects the purity.
No skunky taste in Schlitz.
See that Crown is
iphe Carmichael & Sons Co.
, 116 N. Magnolia Street
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY; JUNE 30, 1914
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Pythian Sisters meet tonight.
meet Thursday night.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
Sam Burford has accented
position Vlth the Court Pharmacy.'
DAILY WEATHER REPORT
Chocolate Covered Crackers, 40
cente the pound at GerigsV 6-19-tf
Bet meals in. the city at Rodoft's
,Cafe., Try' 'em 6-30-tf
Those dinners at Rodofl's Cafe are
. the test to be had in the city and the
Pnoe Is right. 6-30-tf
, Dr. W. K. Lane -Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office, Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Ofrv, R. V. Relf. the veteran um-
la surgeon, has been in the city
The following weather report 13
furnished the Star every afternoon
by Mr. FY G. B. Weihe, local report reporter
er reporter for the -weather bureau operated
by the United States department of
agriculture, showing maximum and
minimum temperature and rainfall
during the twenty-four hours end ending
ing ending at 3 p. m.:
March average. 74
April average ..81
May average... 8 3
June 1.. 93
June 2. ...... .90
June 3. 90
June 4 ...... .91
pur friend, Mr. Booher, the solid
er south of town, brought us in
of his fine melons yesterday.
former fellow citizen, J. W.
by, now of Tampa, is a guest
. In spite of the storm last night, all
tha telegraph wires out of the city
he Florida Title & Abstract Co.
has another big contract in Citrus
county, and will send two men to at attend
tend attend to it.
Serv-Us pure food demonstration
at Cam-Thomas Company's Thurs-
V2V day, July 2nd. Every one invited.
, 'See advertisement page five. 6-30-3t
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Altaian of Ir Irvine
vine Irvine are visiting Mr. Altman's
brother, Mr. J. R. 'Altman, at his
home at Weirsdale.
Colonel Xic Barco, coming up
from Lakeland the other night, made
Conductor -Goodyear proud by telling
him thaf Sunnyjim was the finest
train in South Florida.
ry?Us catalogues and coupons
wee at pure food demonstration,
Thursday, July 2nd, 'at Carn-Thomas
Company's. Be sure and attend.
See advertisement page five. 6-30-3t
Dr. C. B. Ayer is planning to
V leave on the early train tomorrow for
iAtlantic Beach to attend the meeting
of the state dental society, to be held
there during the next three days.
ilr. S. S. Rowell, a clever young
ightning jerker from Macon, is as-
sting Manager Joyner in the Pos
tal Telegraph office. Mr. Rowell nas
his wife and little daughter with
Mr. R. R. Carroll is in Lake City,
attending the meeting of the demo democratic
cratic democratic executive committee of the
second congressional district. Mr.
Carroll is the member from Marion
' rteauce the Ihgu cost of living by
saving Serv-Us coupons. Free dem demonstration
onstration demonstration at Cam-Thomas Com Company's
pany's Company's Thursday, July 2nd. Every
one invited. See advertisement page
Own' your own nome by buying a
modern bungalow on easy terms of
tte Ocala Lumber & Supply Com Company.
pany. Company. 5-15-tf
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,
1 Teapot Grocery
YES 16 and 174
Xew York, June 30. Turpentine,
49 U to 50.s Rosin, $4.20.
New York, June 30. Cotton was
five to eight points higher on short
covering. July, 12.90; October,
Chicago, June 30. September
wheat,! 77; pork, lard, nominal;
Unsettled tonight and Wednesday.
Probable occasional thunder show-erg.
Xancy Halls at $1 per thousand
can be bought from Fred M. Pres Preston,
ton, Preston, Pinecastle, Fla.
-Dr. Lucien Montgomery, who was
taken to Gainesville from Micanopy
last week on various charges, was
tried yesterday before a lunacy com commission,
mission, commission, which decided that he was
afflicted with alcoholic lunacy. Sev Several
eral Several business men from Ocala were
summoned as witnesses.
The friends in this city of Mr.
Roy Nixon of Tallahassee are learn learning
ing learning with pleasure of 'his graduation
from Emory College at Oxford, Ga.,
where in a class of fifty he was one
of the three honor graduates.
After making a determined effort
to keep going, in spite of his injured
leg. Secretary Rooney has been
obliged to give up and go;to bed; or
rather his physician ordered him to.
The cut is three inches long and al almost
most almost to the bone, and if he doesn't
keep quiet the injury will cost him
the limb, if not his life.
One of the most notable things
about last night's storm is that'
while rain was pouring down in tor torrents,
rents, torrents, and the clouds hung over
Ocala like beetling cliffs of destruc destruction,
tion, destruction, the stars could be plainly seen
shining in a clear sky to the southwest.
The Ocala Telephone Company
fared fairly well during last night's
storm. Very few of the local phones
were injured, but nearly all the long
distance lines were affected. The
linemen were out the first thing this
morning, putting the lines in work working
ing working order as fast as possible.
. FOR SECURITIES
The American National Bank of
San Francisco, in commenting on
the investment situation, says:
"A broader demand for high-grade
securities has developed and prices
have advanced, though not yet to the
level that prevailed four or five
"Individual deposits in the banks
are the highest on record. The re return
turn return to normal conditions, financial financially,
ly, financially, is a most gratifying factor in the
situation, and will enable the banks
more easily to adjust themselves to
changes necessitated by the intro introduction
duction introduction of the federal reserve system
Confidence is daily increasing."
When cleaning out your trunks
md chiffonier drawers, packing away
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cimnes ior a inp or ior xne summer,
savethe clean cotton rags and bring
them ro the Star office and turn tiem
into casb, whether you have fivk
New York, June 30. Stocks open
ed weak. Baltimore & Ohio a point
and a quarter off, lead the decline.
Later stocks showed a better ten
Stocks turned strong this after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, recovering losses, and showing
higher before the close.
A WORN SUBJECT
" At the risk of wearing holes in a
subject already threadbare, the
State Board of Health is again call calling
ing calling attention to the matter of ma malaria
laria malaria in Florida.
There are several features of this
affliction which can hardly be too
frequently emphasized. The first is
that it is unnecessary, entirely un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary no one need have it if he
doesn't want to. Second, it is a very
uneconomic disease, in that it reduces
to a low stage the physical and men mental
tal mental productiveness of the individual,
reduces his energy, his desire and
his ambition to accomplish, far be below
low below the normal. While the disease
is not considered fatal to any large
degree, it lowers the resisting force
and makes easier the way for the
entrance of more serious ailments.
There is no scale by which the
weakening capacity of malaria may
be measured, but no one who has
watched intelligently the progress of
the disease in even a few cases.can
fail to have noted this effect.
The malarial parasite has been
identified under the microscope. Its
picture has been taken and its habits
have been definitely described. Not
only has the medical profession pro provided
vided provided a simple cure for the disease,
but, better still, it has discovered a
method of prevention. It has been
established as a fact that if once this
parasite could be completely eradicat eradicated
ed eradicated from any given section, the dis disease
ease disease itself would disappear, never to
return except by importation. It
has been done within certain well
known limits in several foreign coun
So often has the cycle of malarial
infection and reinfection been de described,
scribed, described, that a repetition can bring
information to few intelligent Flor Flor-idians.
idians. Flor-idians. The parasite exists in the
blood of the human patient. By the
bite of the Anopheles mosquito the
parasite is taken into the system of
the mosquito where it passes thru
a period and process of further de development,
velopment, development, and by the bite of the
same mosquito it is transmitted into
the blood of a new human victim.
The process is repeated indefinitely
and the disease is spread through a
constantly widening circle of human
To interrupt this cycle of develop development
ment development "at any stage Is to interrupt
and stop the disease. To prevent
the inoculation of the mosquito by
the human host, and to prevent the
inoculation of the new human vic victim
tim victim by the infected mosquito that's
all there is to it. The matter is re resolved
solved resolved down to the very simple prop proposition
osition proposition don't allow yourself to be
bitten by the mosquito.
In the particular .case of the Ano Anopheles
pheles Anopheles the matter is made even more
simple by the known fact that its
working hours are confined strictly
to the early evening and the night.
What's the remedy?
That's the solution, simple and
safe and complete. The only pre precaution
caution precaution to be added is that the
screens should not be put, up as if
you were building a chicken house,
full of holes and loose around the
edges. They should be made literal literally
ly literally mosquito-proof. At all the win windows
dows windows and outside doors and around
the porch that is use! as a sitting
room in the evening, over the beds
and at every place where the: insect
may gain admission to the members
of the family. The screen is a nec necessary
essary necessary part of the Florida house; no
home in this state is safe or com comfortable
fortable comfortable without it. And it-should
be constructed and fitted to its place
with as much care as the' front door
or the windows in their casings:
It is the duty of the individual to
avoid malaria, a -duty that each one
owes to "himself and to the corn mun-
iorin which heHres.
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 IZ iV'J-
take care of the needs of any worthy citizen. Our cash reserve is sufficient
now to help all who are entitled to financial aid. :
Your account is invited.
The Ocala National Bank.
Resources Over Half A Miilion
ACTIVE U. a DEPOSITARY.
SETTLED A LOXG
DRAWN OUT STRIFE
' A settlement of the labor war that
has raged in the Kanawaha coal
fields of .West Virginia has been vir virtually
tually virtually brought about by tfie govern-
ment conciliation commission, acting
under the authority of Secretary Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, of the department of labor.
J3y the agreement that has been
made the employers practically rec recognize
ognize recognize the labor unions to which the
men belong, and this was the prin principal
cipal principal point at issue. Only a few un unimportant
important unimportant and trivial differences
now remain to be adjudicated, which
will be the duty of another commis commission.
sion. commission. This labor struggle was marked
by many deaths and destruction of a
large amount of property. Armei
guards and militia, equipped with
machine guns, drove the striking
miners to the mountains, where
many are said to have starved. The
situation became so bad that the
United States Senate conducted a
Upon the arrangement reached the
operators agree to recognize the
"check-off" system. This makes the
employers responsible for the dues of
their, men to the union.
The question of wages, which is
not regarded as serious, is to be tak taken
en taken VP by a special commission to be
named within ten days. One of the
commissioners is to be named by the
mine owners, the second by the min miners
ers miners and the third is to be chosen by
the two. If the two commissioners
fail to agree7 on the third, he is to be
selected by the- secretary of labor
from a list of five names submitted
to, him. v'
'"' Secretary Wilson and the adminis administration
tration administration in Washington are to be
highly commended for their, success successful
ful successful efforts in bringing about indus industrial
trial industrial peace In the West Virginia coal
CAPITAL STOCK $50.00 0:00.
Slate. County and City Depository.
(Everybody in South Marlon should
remember that Summerfield is plan planing
ing planing for a large, round, juicy fourth
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
Xo. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 3
ia.'; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
:Xo. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
?:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
Arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
k.Xo. 9 limited leaves'' Jacksonville
tl.Oa. in.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
rr.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.:
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrive.
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves
Ocala 1:30 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 5:20 p. m.
'- No. 10 limited leaves Tampa J p.
m.j arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. ra.
COAST LINE SCHEDULE
.Jacksonville and St- Petersburg
No 9 Leave Jacksonville 4 p. m.;
arrive Ocala 9:05; arrive St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 3 a. m.
No. 10 Lav St. Petersburg 11
p.-in., arrive Ocala 6:05; arrive
No. 39 Leaves Jacksonville a
9:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala M 2:40 ;
m?; arrives -t. Petersburg at 9:10.
No. 40Leaves St. Petersburg ai
6:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 12:54 p
m leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m.; arrive
Jacksonville at 6:30 p m.
, Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 Leaves Ocala 6:40 a. m.;
arrive Lakeland 11:05 a. m.
No. 32 Leaves Lakeland 5:48 p.
m.;. arrives Ocala 9:50 p. in.
f Ocala and Horaosassa
No. 49 Leave Ocala, 8:20 a. m.;
arrive Homosassa, 1 p. m.
No. 4 7 Leave Ocala, 2:20; arrive
. No. 4 4 Leave Homosassa, 10 a.
m.;; arrive Ocala, 12:50 p. m.
No. Leave Homosassa, 1:30 p.
m.; arrive Ocala, 6 p. m.
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Star Subscript oiT Coupons
. WILL CE REDEEMED BY
AT lO lER CEXT
For Any Cash Purchase Made During June 1014
TYDINGS & COMPANY
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I am now prepared to give my undivided attention to all kinds of
Jewelry and Watch Repairing.
I hare-all the latest appliances for doing work of this class
quickly and at the lowest posible-epene. Give me a trial.
J. CHARLES 'SMITH,
Carlisle Drug Store Building
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or "Situation Wanted Female"
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