PEACE WILL PREVAIL IF
SEEM TO BE WILLING TO HELP LET THE OLD
TVRAIIT OOI'JII EASY
Niagara Falls, May 28. Agree Agreement
ment Agreement has been reached by Mexican
and A .ericans delegates on six im important
portant important points In the mediation ne negotiations.
gotiations. negotiations. These points are:-
Retirement of Huerta from the
Huerta -will be given an opportun opportunity
ity opportunity to become a candidate at the
new election if he feel3 justified in
The constitutionalists will be al allowed
lowed allowed to make Carranza or any
other man their candidate.
, The land question will he left to
the Mexican congress, which will be
under moral obligation to bring
about a distribution of land to peons.
There will be amnesty for exiled
Spaniards and all factions of Mexi Mexican
can Mexican citizens.
The American flag to be saluted
on the order of the provisional pres president,
ident, president, who will be chosen in a con conference
ference conference of all factions.
The success or failure of the nego negotiations
tiations negotiations now hinges on Huerta's ac
ceptance of the first point, requir requiring
ing requiring his retirement. "... T"-.
OWING TO A BROKEN AGREE AGREE-3IENT,
3IENT, AGREE-3IENT, HUERTA IS NOW
WELL SUPPLIED WITH
Vera Cruz, May 28. Intense sur sur-price
price sur-price was expressed at the German
consulate here today over the reports
that the Ypiranga had landed a
cargo of munitions of war for Huer Huerta
ta Huerta at Puerto. There has been a "gen
tleman's agreement" t between the
American officials and the German
consul and the Ypiranga captain that
:the vessel's war cargo should not be
The German consul was astounded
tcVio-n -fnlil hv Amprirana that "d-
l spite your agreement the Ypiranga
discharged its cargo of arms."
' "On my word of honor as a Ger Ger-man
man Ger-man gentleman," declared the con con-sul,
sul, con-sul, "I was ignorant of any intention
- to discharge the cargo. I never
V$ dreamed the agreement would not be
lived up to."
jT is believed, has caused Huerta to
abandon his plan for flight, for which
every preparation had been made.
PUT CARGO ASHORE AT PUERTO
Vera Cruz, May 28. The German
steamer Bavaria has been held here
Si,T.ntssnlH ,,sfw A IdDlar dm Your Fw$M b. h. seymoue
m Block is. North Cam Buildtag,
MagOOlia St. is worth only 100 cents. A dollar on time deposit in a bank
is worth after 12 months 104 cents. A dollar loaned on real (HllT A II A IP IT
aj tViA timp fn hn estate security after 12 months is worth 108 cents. A dollar yvlLnl u lLru
iNOW lb Liie Ulllt; lU UUy invested in one of those LOTS IN NORTH OCALA NOW
Es WoiPtllhi 200 CteimttSs. LET ME SHOW YOU.
HUEflTA AGREES TO THE
upon her arrival without manifest at
General Funston's order. The Ba Bavaria
varia Bavaria recently landed a large quan quantity
tity quantity of ammunition on Mexican soil.
lit is estimated that the Bavaria put
ashore 1,800,000 rounds of ammuni ammunition.
tion. ammunition. (General Funston understands
the. ammunition reached Cordoba
yesterday by way of Tierra Blanca.
KEI) HITS CONFERRED
TODAY IX ROME
Impressive Ceremony Which Takes
Place in tlie Eternal City
thr. 'lorning f
Rome, May 28. The red hat,
symbollc of the highest office in the
Catholic church, with the exception
of that of the pope, was this morning
conferred on fourteen new cardinals.
The ceremony took place at a public
consistory of the Sacroi college, held
at the Vatican, and thwtVrt one '"-es
of the church consisted of 'Ifie rfr-
teen prelates who were created car-
ainais last -ionaay, ana Monsignor
Hornig, archbishop of Veszprima,
Hungary, who was elevated to the
purple last December, but who had
not as yet received the hat.
The ceremony this morning, was
the most elaborate which has been
held at the Vatican since the Novem November
ber November consistory of 1911, when
amongst the 18 cardinals created at
the time, there were three Ameri Americans.
cans. Americans. The presence of all three of
the latter, namely. Cardinals Faloy,
Falconio and O'Connell, as well as
Cardinal Gibbons, of Baltimore, con contributed
tributed contributed much towards making to today's
day's today's consistory notable, as the pres presence
ence presence of American cardinals at Rome
has at all times aroused an Interest
land enthusiasm which that of no
other cardinals engender.
Holy Father is Very Weak
All the newly created cardinals
were received by Pope Pius after
long religious rites. When the pope
entered the gorgeous beautiflcation
hall his face was pale, his eye3 were
sunken and his form trembled with
weakness. The new cardinals pass passed
ed passed in front of the papal throne, re receiving
ceiving receiving the pontiflcial blessing,
kneeling and kissing the pope's knee,
received in turn a double embrace
from the pontiff. The ceremonies
were made as brief as possible on ac account
count account of the pope's weakened condi condition.
tion. condition. SEND IX YOUR NOTICES SOONER
If you have an advertisement or
item for the Star, send it in as early
in the morning as possible. We can cannot
not cannot set much except telegraph after
OGALA FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1914
Photos copyright. 1914. by American
in w mm. m
ft o mw ssa 1
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Navy Aviators In Camp ai Vera Cruz
In the brief time that American forces have occupied Vera Cruz the value
of the aviation squad has been thoroughly demonstrated. Navy aviators have
proved their worth in getting a line on the opposition forces. The photo
shows the aviators and their quarters at Vera Cruz.
Ruinous Storm of Yesterday After Afternoon
noon Afternoon Brought Only Slight
New York; May 23. The terrific
storm yesterday afternoon, costing
six lives and doing a $100,000 dam damage
age damage to property, afforded only tem temporary
porary temporary relief in the North Atlantic
states. Suffering today is intense
from the heat.
Seven deaths have occurred in Bos Boston
ton Boston in the past 24 hours for heat.
Five deaths In Philadelphia.
ST. LOUIS WILL STAGE
HISTORY OF THE CITY
St. Louis, May 28 Thousands of
persons gathered today in the natu natural
ral natural ampitheater in Forest Park and
witnessed tb?e portrayal of the pic picturesque
turesque picturesque history of the city of St.
Louis by seven thousand St. Louis Louis-ians
ians Louis-ians in what is said to be the largest
pageant ever produced. The pageant
and mask will be staged every day
for the remainder of. the month in
order that all St. Louisians and
thousands of out-of-town visitors
may see it. Its production next Sun Sunday
day Sunday is for the benefit of those who
cannot see it on work days.
BIG 3IONEY FOR A JERSEY BULL
Louisville, Ky., May 2S. At the
sale of Jersey cattle at Burroak farm
today. Golden Fern, a two-year-old
bull, was sold to the Blackbelt Stock
Farm of Hamburg, Ala., for $12,000.
To make a friend of a man, ask
his advice and follow it. To make
a friend of a woman say nothing
and let her do all the talking.
DAMAGE HEAVY TO UNION STA STATION
TION STATION AND MANY LIVEA IN
Detroit, ay 28. Sixty firemen
were overcome by heat and smoke' of
the fire which damaged the union
station to the extent of $100,000 to
Fifty foreigners, held In the de detention
tention detention pen, were trapped by the
flames and rescued with great diffi difficulty.
culty. difficulty. ARRIVED AIID CLEARED
AT PORT HIGHS
Cargo of Coal for the Company.
Steamer on the WTay With
Rock to Stettin
Port Inglis, Fla.,"'May 28.
Arrived: American schooner "Wil "William
liam "William C. May," from Norfolk, with a
cargo of coal for the Port Inglis
Cleared: 'British S. S. "Daleby,"
for Stettin, Germany, with a cargo
of phosphate rock (5225 tons).
This bank is always open until 8
o'clock in the evening on Saturdays
and Mondays; on other days of the
week it closes at 3 o'clock in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The bank will observe all
legal holidays, both state and na national,
tional, national, and will remain closed on
George Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tfl
OLD HI HUERTA
OF WAR BLAUQUET EXPECTS Ml GO HIM
WHICH TO ARM: IUS MILITIA
Mexico City, May 28. Minister of
War Blanquet today announced that
he was expecting to r.-celte a large
consignment of arms and ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition within a short time. He stated
it would be used to equip the militia
for national defense, organized by
Huerta. Its believed the consign consignment
ment consignment is coming from Puerto.
. At a long cabinet meeting last
night Huerta stated that he expected
to fill the vacant ministeries shortly.
At present there is no indication that
Huerta intends to leave the country.
He declares emphatically that he in intends
tends intends to stay here.
Bellevlew, May 28. -County over overseer
seer overseer of .road construction, Henry
Gordon, and his gang of road work workers,
ers, workers, are making a vast improvement
in the condition of the road between
the depot and. the town limits, on
the east side where it joins with the
county road to Lake Weir, filling in
and grading up the low places and
cutting down the high places and
hard-surfacing over all. When fin finished
ished finished will make tnis mile of road
a fine piece of work.
Monday May 25 and Mr. Free Freeman
man Freeman Hames made good the proph prophecy
ecy prophecy of a few years ago, "that If he
kept on growing, he would be a
man before his mother,", and his
many friends gathered at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T.
Hames, to congratulate him upon
arriving at man's estate, and wish
him long life and happiness.
Mr. and Mrs. George Post and
family left for their old home in
Kansas one day last week.
Mr. John Weathers, a professional
tomatoe packer from the east coast,
is in town waiting for the packing
house to start business, when he will
give a correct imitation of a real
rapid tomatoe wrapper.
The hookworm doctors, Dlggctt
and Young, of Jacksonville, stopped
over In Bellevlew last Friday and
held forth at the town hall, where j
they explained to all comers, the or origin
igin origin and the veils of this tiny little
parasite. Their elucidation of the
subject was masterful and explicit.
and fortunate were those who ven
tured in to hear and have explained.
Doctors Diggett and Young wil 1 be
with us again Friday, May 29, It and
is hoped that all those who were
not fortunate enough to meet them
will do so. It is not every day in the
week, nor every month, in the year,
that one can consult with eminent
and expert physicians free of charge
and have the medicine thrown in.
In this instance, this is the case.
Be sure to corn around.
Dr. B. X. Tanner was the subject
of a pound party last Friday night,
and his many friends gathered to
HAS 110 IIITEIIIIOO OF IS0D1-
express their appreciation of his zeal
In behalf of Bellevlew and its citi citizens.
zens. citizens. ; . ;
Mrs. Delbert Haskell went to
Ocala last Wednesday on a little
business trip. J; V
Tuesday night about '11 o'clock
the' entire town 'was aroused by the
ringing of the town-hall fire alarm
bell. The new barn of Mr. James T.
Collins, just behind hte Hotel Mar Marion,
ion, Marion, with all Its contents was burned
to the ground. Thanks to the efforts
of Mrs. Annie L. Brown, who discov discovered
ered discovered the fire, the four horses in the
barn were saved. This Is a severe t
loss for Mr. Collins, and he has the
sympathy of the entire community..
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, May 28. Miss:
Irene Dickinson, who has been in
St. Petersburg for the last three three-months,
months, three-months, returned to her home here here-Tuesdayj&Iad
Tuesdayj&Iad here-Tuesdayj&Iad to see our 1 young
ladles coming hack.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hi Foss returned"
last, .Tuesday from Orlando, making;
the tripsin their automobile. Ther
report that the only piece of bad!'
road to travel is between Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg and the Marion county line
Now let Lake county fix up this road
and we will have a fine road between
Orlando and Ocala. .
Mrs. William Schmidt is up and
around the house, hut cannot use her
right arm much yet
Mr. E. iB. Duncan's mill at Leh Lehman
man Lehman spur burned down last Wednes-.
day night, but' we understand he
will rebuild the same at once..
Everything here is needing rain
badly, as we have not had any show-'
ers to speak of since April 14, mak
ing 42 days without rain. Orange,
leaves are curling badly and some of
the trees are dropping' their fruit,
and melons are suffering greatly
Mr. C. S. Gates is building a pack packing
ing packing house for C. W. Willard. When
completed this win be the largest
packing house here, and it will he
fitted up with the latest improved
Bathing parties are all the go
now, and for a couple of days last
week one would not have to go far
to bathe In the breakers, as there
were plenty on Lake Weir. It fook
the look. of old ocean waves running
four and five feet high.
ORDER OP EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. 8
meets at Yonge's hall the second anJ
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
. Miss Florrle Condon. Sec'y.
R. A. M. meets Friday night.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, .THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
. II. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. If. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
yn9 year, In advance. ..... $5.00
fx months, iii ad ranee.... 2.5
Three months, in advance.. 1.25
One month, Jx advance.... .50
THE PRIMARY ELECTION
Next Tuesday, will be held the
primary election to decide whom
shall be the candidates to be voted
for in the general election of next
Most of the interest centers around
the nomination of United States sen senator,
ator, senator, for which high office there are
two candidates the present incum incumbent,
bent, incumbent, Duncan -U. Fletcher, and his
opponent, John N. C. Stockton.
All indications point to a close
contest, with probabilities in favor
of Fletcher. The vote by which he
'was nominated six years ago was
proportionately much .larger than
any ever polled by Mr. Stockton in
There are more voters in the state,
now, however, than there were in
1908. If Mr. Fletcher holds his old
friends and has won his fair share
of the new voters, he will win.
Its impossible to tell how the
new men will vote, but so far as the
Star has learned the. old friends of
tooth candidates are standing by
them .faithfully. The Star knows
very few adherents of either who
nave wavered in their allegiance.
The result elsewhere may be com complicated
plicated complicated somewhat by the fact that
in 1908 Fletcher was running for
senator and Stockton was running
for governor, but in Marion county
Fletcher men are Fletcher men, and
Stockton men are Stockton men, just
like they were six years ago.
The Star .believes Senator Fletcher
should be elected thinks he is en entitled
titled entitled to re-election and his re-election
will be good for the state. But
it is glad to be able to say that Mr.
Stockton is one of the state's best
men, and if the people chose him in instead
stead instead he will represent them worth worthily.
ily. worthily. It is good for Florida whenever
her choice for a high office narrows
down to two such men as Fletcher
. "Fot congressmen there is little
either of the interest or the bitter bitterness
ness bitterness of two years ago. In the first
-district, Mr. Sparkman is opposed by
Allie Angle and 'J. Fred de Berry.
"Mr. Angle is quite a popular man in
Polk county, and some other local localities,
ities, localities, but it is hardly possible that
lie will make any impression on the
solid ranks of Mr. Sparkman's sup supporters.
porters. supporters. As for Mr. de Berry, his
candidacy is a joke.
In the second district, Frank
Clark, the present incumbent, is op opposed
posed opposed by John V. Denton, but if is
doubtful that Mr. Denton carries a
The only real congressional con contest
test contest Is in the third, where the pres present
ent present Incumbent, Emmet Wilson, is
opposed by John P. Stokes. Both
are able and popular men, but it is
hard to see why the people of the
third should not avail themselves of
sail. iisuii s cApciicmc auu 511c
bim another term.
In the fourth district Claude
IEngle? elected as congressman at
large two years ago, is, a candidate
against a bunch, consisting of Wm.
H. Malone of Key We3t, W. J. Sears
of Kissimmee and St. Elmo Acosta
and Albert M. Williamson of Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. L'Engle has done more
hard work and made more sacrifices
in the last dozen years than any
other publiq man in Florida, and the
people of the fourth district will be
ungrateful to him and unjust to
themselves if they do not re-elect
There are three candidates, for the
two vacant places on the supreme
bench of the state Judge Shackel Shackelford
ford Shackelford of Tampa, who is a candidate
for re-election, and Judge John C.
Avery of Pensacola and ex-Attorney
General Elli3 of Tallahassee. Judge
Shackelford is an able jurist and de deserves
serves deserves re-election. Of the other two,
Judge Avery, both by his residence
in West Florida and his long and
distinguished service on the bench,
seems the best qualified for the of office.
fice. office. The only other state office in dis dispute
pute dispute is that of commissioner of ag agriculture,
riculture, agriculture, for which the present in incumbent,
cumbent, incumbent, Wm. H. McRae, and T. J.
Appleyard, Jr., are striving. Mr.
McRae was elected two years ago
for four years, but neglected to
tricate task counting the votes. Two
years ago, it took them, in many
precincts, all night to arrive at the
result. This year there are not si
many offices to vote for, and still
fewer who have opposition, but
nevertheless the inspectors have hard
work ahead, and the full result -Is
not likely to be known until next
This trouble will not crop out in
Marion. The ballot will be short
and easy to count except, as afore aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, for second district commission
The men who count the votes for
congressman in the first district will
have more trouble than those in the
second and third, and those in the
fourth will have more trouble than
The great advantage of the law,
'.however, is that when once the
make proper bond, so alone among votes are counted the contest will be
the officers of the governor s cabinet
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance. ... .80
over. There will be no second nrl-
he must run again this year. He marVf with its doubled bitterness, to
will probably be nominated. His op- keep the state in a turmoil for an
ponent Is a clever young man, but other four weeks.
doesn t seem to be making much im
nrAseinn nn tha rntaro
" a -rtrw-r-'T
Martel, May 28. Messrs. A. B.
In the twentiet hdistrict, consist consisting
ing consisting of the counties of Marion and
fiiimtcr ro nominate a man fr rr
and R Taylor, of Clear
resent us in the state senate M i
Glen Terrell of Sumter is the only
candidate and seems to be pleasing
I water, were visitors to Martel Sun
Mr. A. B. Mann was a visitor to
the Brick City Tuesday.
j The P. J. Theus Co., ie making
, preparations for its big pre-Inven-tory
sale, which begins June 1.
i (Mrs. J. A. Hall, of Caryville, Is
visiting her mother, Mrs. B. F. Scott.
i Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Johnson, of
Jacksonville are visiting the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith.
j Messrs. C. M. Hampton and E. B.
, Leaherwood attended the Masonic
lodge in Ocala last Thursday even evening.
ing. evening. I Mr. and Mrs. Will Seckinger were
j visitors to the Brick City Friday,
i Several of our citizens attended
the picnic at Turner's Pond last
j Martel was visited by a little
,shower last Tuesday.
In the twentieth district, consist consist-sisting
sisting consist-sisting of Marion, Citrus, Hernando,
Sumter and Lake counties, we must
nominate a state attorney, who will
be appointed by the governor. The
candidates are Geo. W. Scofield of
Citrus,, the present incumbent, an
energetic little cracker, who has
done good work since he was ap appointed
pointed appointed last fall, and Judge J. C. B.
Koonce, county judge of Sumter, a
veteran attorney and one well read
in legal lore. It is hard to tell
which of these gentlemen will poke
down the persimmon.
Marion county sends two men to
the lower house of the legislature.
There are three candidates this year
L. S. Light, W. J. Crosby and W.
T Henderson. All three are farm
ers and all are good men. Mr. Light'
has served two terms and knows the' A tract or 120 acres of g00d Dine
ropes. Mr. Crosby and Mr. Hender-' Iand one mil5 north towards Ocala
son have both served as commis-1 from Monague station on the A.
sloners, and are well posted on pub- C- L- Railwav; unimproved. Best of
lie affairs. (watermelon, cabbage and gardening
The county has a legislature of its land' Apply at star office for further I
is the time to get Absolute Protection for your valuables.
If you wait until fire breaks out or thieves break in your
home, then it may be too late.
Rent a Safe Deposit Box in our Fire and Burglar Proof
Vault for your valuables the cost is reasonable. v..-.
EXA3IINATION OP TEACHERS
Notice is hereby given that the
regular state uniform examination
for teachers will be held in Ocala be beginning
ginning beginning on Tuesday, at 9 a. m., on
June 2. 1914. The examination for
whites will be held at the Ocala high
school building and that for colored
at Howard Academy.
Applicants will supply themselves
with legal cap paper, pens and ink
and the legal fee of $1 will be col collected
lected collected at the beginnig of the work.
J. H. Brinson,
dly moL-thrs-fri and wkly.
Tuluia Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets even
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with as
H. D. Stokes, N. G.
"If it isn't an Eastman it Isn's a
kodak." Gerig's Drug Stores,
New line of bathing caps just ar arrived;
rived; arrived; all colors and styles. Court
Pharmacy. 5-2 2-4 1
own to elect, and the nominations lulurmailou
will be by the entire county, tho as
each district must vote for its own
men in the general election the mat matter
ter matter of residence must first be con considered.
sidered. considered. All the present members of
the board, except Mr. Henderson, are
candidates for re-election. It is only
just to them to say they have done
fairly well by, the county. They have
made some mistakes, hut not more
than any board might reasonably be
expected to make. All have oppo oppo-siiton,
siiton, oppo-siiton, however, and some of their
opponents are able and popular citi citizens.
zens. citizens. Owing to the entire county
voting on each commissioner, it is
useless to try to forecast the result.
John M. Graham has no opposition
for county treasurer, and is safe for
the next two years, even tho the
amendment abolishing his office may
pass next November. His name is
not on the, primary ticket, neither is
that of Supervisor Barco nor Sur Surveyor
veyor Surveyor Moorhead.
two aDie ana popular men
Alfred Ayer and J. R. Moorhead,'
are candidates for tax assessor. Mr. ''
Ayer has held the office a long4
time and served most faithfully and :
efficiently. This is the third time 1
Mr. Moorhead has entered the lists j
against him, and. Jim says, "Third,
time never fails." Jim may win this (
time, but if he does, Alf will retire!
like Cincinnatus to his farm, and j
there won't be any fun in the next;
W. L. Colbert,, the present incum incumbent,
bent, incumbent, and W. W. Stripling, are con contesting
testing contesting for the tax collectorship. Mr.
Colbert has made a good collector,
and his nomination seems likely. Mr.
Stripling is a great hustler, however,
and has many friends, and the re result
sult result of the race is uncertain.
The primary will be the first real
test of the Bryan law, of which
many people claim to have a horror.
The Star sees nothing difficult about
it. Every voter must put a cross
after the name of the candidate of
his choice instead of before and he
has two votes instead of one for
each office for which there is a mul multiplicity
tiplicity multiplicity of candidates. That is, he
votes for his favorite candidate in
the first space after his name and
then, if he desires he may vote in the!
second space for the candidate hej
likes second-best. There is no sec second
ond second choice in the senatorial contest
or any other in which there are only
two candidates. In Marion county
there will be no second choice ex except
cept except choosing a commissioner for
the second district. There are five
men out for this office, Messrs. Wat Wat-kins,
kins, Wat-kins, the present incumbent, Coulter,
Parker, Hutchins and Smith.
It is going to be easy to vote, but
the inspectors and clerks of .election
are going to have a tedious and in-
5-6-dw tf I
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Part ridge-Woodrow Company
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
Marion County Abstract Germany;
GRAHAM BROTHERS Lccccco,
First consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.
4 Towustt Tmfiims 4
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For rates and information call on any A. C. L.. Ticket Agent.
M. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, Ocala.
Y. R. BEASLEY, J. G. Kirkland,
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Off Wommemfs MSM airoC WasMaMe Presses
Reduced from Reduced from
$22.50 $5.50, $7 and $8
an $p; Crepes, Ratines, Linens,
sk Creoes 6' ColonsCopenhagen,
Emb. Crepes, Lavender and Pink.
$H(J)8 Values $3.7Fto $6
. Silk Crepes, China Silk,
MlFtS Voiles, Colons, Blue, Lav Lav-Reduced
Reduced Lav-Reduced from ender, White and Black
$3.50, $4. Ksitra. pss3Isl1
Among this lot rjto 3
White Washable op)p ')
, j Values up to $10.50. Linen Coat Suits. Newest
and Linen. Models all new shades.
, THE OCA LA EfEMNU STAR. THURSDAY, MAY 28, 191
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Twenty-One Pounds of Sugar for $1 with $1 Cash Purchase of other
Groceries on Saturday and Monday Only.
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are two principal causes of our success during the first six months
of our existence, and we are determined to continue as we began.
Our place is always open to the public for inspection, and we al always
ways always appreciate a visit. There's no special time of day for visi visitors.
tors. visitors. Just come in at any time and in this way catch us without
our "company clothes" on; the same rules for absolute cleanli cleanliness
ness cleanliness among our working force prevails in the early morning as in
mid-day or just before the "whistle blows." If our delivery
wagons are not calling for your work, just call phone 21 and they
will be there before the wires have ceased to vibrate.
"Ocala's Up-to-Dale One.
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered. Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne-
cessity is Our Business,
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone JO l.
402401 S. Main Street
FRESH EGGS THAT ARE FRESH
N- EVERY ONE GUARANTEED.
CaIll IPDhoitikb 3L8.
W. H. MARSH
Eventually You'll Buy a
WHY NOT NOW?
Not because it is cheaper, but because
it is BETTER and more economical ; will
stand more rough usage, will go and
COME BACK where many other cars will
NOT. Lighter on tires, more economical
on upkeep, gas and oil. than any automo automobile
bile automobile in the world.
ROADSTER. $500f 5-PASSENGER$550.00.
F. O. B. DETROIT. FULLY EQUIPPED.
EDWARD TUCKER, Agent
PHONE 439 OCALA. FLORIDA
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Part ridge-Wood row Company
lsrbar Block. Ocr"
SUGAR HAMMOCK LAX1S
. Selling Agents
: ZereL ?m Clock, Ocala
SHARP AND AUTOCRATIC HOOSIKR WHO FOR SIXTEEN
ilOSSKI AMERICANS IX THE MEXICAN CITY
Vera Cruz. May S,
Xew York) W. W.
American consul at
(By mail to
terly attacKea in congress on April
27 for sending alarming reports
about the situation of Americans in
Mexico calculated to furnish reasons
for intervention in Mexico, i3 an In Indiana
diana Indiana politician.
During his sixteen years stay in
Vera Cruz he has absorbed some something
thing something of the Mexican Idea of official officialdom
dom officialdom and he has for many years been
something of a ruler in the Ameri American
can American colony in the city. There was
never any gentleness about his rule.
either; whenever he had anything to
say to Americans, he sent the infor information
mation information out in the form of orders.
"All Americans must positively
leave Vera Cruz at once W. W.
Canada," was a notice which he
posted up about the city recently,
when he thought the city might be
crowded by refugees.
"Anybody who criticises President
Huerta in this office will be immed immediately
iately immediately removed." is another sign he
once posted in the consulate.
When he was criticised for thia
on the grounds that it was a sign
which might be seen in the office of
any Mexican official, he changed the
sign to include criticism of President
"Mondell went after Bryan harder
than he went after me," said Cana Canada,
da, Canada, after he had read an American
paper containing a report of Mon Mon-del's
del's Mon-del's criticism. "You know, some somebody's
body's somebody's always been after me all my
"I was elected a judge in my own
town three days before I was 21
years old and l ve neid political
jobs ever since. Somebody's always
been trying to, get me, but I've al always
ways always had little majorities in my fa favor.
vor. favor. You know, back home in In-!
diana, when I was a boy, I discover-;
ed that you always find the most
clubs under ithe trees that have the
best fruit, and a lot of clubs have
been thrown at me."
That the heart of Vera Cruz is a
veritable honeycomb has just been
discovered by the American forces
occupying the port. Subterranean
passages have been discovered con connecting
necting connecting nearly all the buildings
within several squares of the Plaza, i
The blue jackets under Admiral
Fletcher discovered on the first day
that the roofs of all the houses in a
block we-e so connected that snipers
might be a considerable distance
away from the spot from which
shots were fired by the time the
sailor boys entered the house.
The discovery of the underground
passages supplementing the inter inter-roof
roof inter-roof communications explained why
the men from the ships were unable
to capture the snipers who fired on
them. During the two days of actual
fighting and several days of desul desul-torj
torj desul-torj sniping thereafter, the blue bluejackets
jackets bluejackets and marines were frequently
mystified by the complete disappear disappearance
ance disappearance of the men they knew fired on
them, or else the sudden disappear disappearance
ance disappearance of the men in some other
house, unarmed,, no weapons to be
found and smiling in friendly fash fashion,
ion, fashion, meanwhile uttering whole vol volleys
leys volleys of "amigos."
Early in the game it was discov discovered
ered discovered that there were innumerable
passages from roof to roof, by which
the Mexicans could scurry away
when their sniping point of vantage
was discovered. Frequently, when
the Americans discovered a roof
from which shots were being fired,
the3' would storm the house and
search it. Either they would find
the place utterly deserted or they
would find the householder on the
groundfloor. not a gun in sight.
The discovery of the tunnels today
shed a great deal of light on the
escape of the snipers and the failure
of the Americans to get them "with
the goods." It is now obvious that
once the Mexicans knew their places
of concealment were discovered,
they scuttled away over the roofs
and thru the subterranean passages
and were in some totally different
house when the Americans finally
The refugee problem is the big biggest
gest biggest with which the American com commanders,
manders, commanders, Rear Admiral Badger and
Brig. "Gen. Funston now have to
deal. It is like pulling eye teeth to
get some of the Americans of Mexico
City and Tampico to go to the Unit
ed States. When the transport Han Hancock
cock Hancock arrived today from Puerto,
Mexico with 493 refugees from Mex Mexico
ico Mexico City, most of them Americans,
it wa3 necessary to isolate them on
the Hancock in order to keep them
from returning to Mexico. The
transport cast anchor at sunrise in
the outer harbor, not far from the
flagship Arkansas and remained
there until the refugees ; could be
trans-shipped to the S. S. Monterey,
of the Ward Line, which ran outside
last night for that purpose. Rear
Admiral Fletcher, on the arrival of
the transport issued orders that no nobody
body nobody should be allowed to board her
except on special permit from Consul
Canada. On shore there were scores!
of Americans all clamoring to see
the refugees on the Hancock. Some
of them were relatives of people!
aboard. Business men who came to
Vera Cruz last week were frantic to
know if their wives and children
were safe. Vera Cruz Americans
wanted to know if their friends were
aboard. But Fletcher was obdurate.
He explained that it was impossible
to allow all applicants to board the
Hancock, and it was equally inex inexpedient
pedient inexpedient to allow the refugees to
land, else they would disappear and
refuse to leave the country.
That has been the way ever' since
the Americans took possession of
Vera Cruz. Refugees from Mexico
J and intermediate points who came in
by rail as ; well as those brought
from Muerto, Progresso' and Tampi Tampico
co Tampico by ship, were anxious to escape
this far, but when they reached Vera
Cruz and found things tranquil and
prosperous, they did not want to go
to the United States. Rear Admiral
Badger appointed Lieutenant Mar-'
quardt, of the Arkansas, to take
charge of the refugees and see them
properly disposed of.
phi siGMA CQ:;:m!AL cgigse
To Open JUNE 1st, 1914. OCALA, FLORIDA
Prof. George C. Looney, Bookeeping and Arithmetic
Mrs. George C Looney, Short-Hand and Typewriting.
AVe accomplish these courses in two months.
The specialties can not be accomplished so well. In so short m
time, and hence at so little m cost anywhere else.
Bookkeeping and Arithmetic for two months ......... .CSOuCO
Short-Hand and Typewriting, two months ........... .CSS. CO
HALF in advance HALF in July.
Special hours for any branch of study.
PHI SIGMA FEMALE COLLEGE OPENS SEPTEMBER 1ST.
. Address 002, Fort King Arcane,
Ge. E&simHE & CmmpanQy
Wholesale Dealers in
LUMBER, SHINGLES; LATH, LE, l&Crt
We Make a Specialty of House Bills.
See Us Before Placing Your Orders
Rooms 22 and 23
n Yow Icemmaim
We mean are you getting the serrice we wish to give you and which
Wo halliira vnn n. Most Of OUr ; CUStODierS T
satisfied, and we are Droud of the fact. But if there is anything wrong
in our relations we want to know it. NOW, so we can do our part
straightening it out before the rush days come.
Ocala lice & PacMimgj Dn.
LACE Ml EMMDffiY
:IS NOW ON AT:
Aedl Wiiflll CoimtHiiniiiiie Hoi? Teim Pays
We have held hundreds of similar sales, but hone ever
came up to the values we are offering in this sale. We
are entirely overstocked in this line of goods arid we
must reduce same.
It is absolutely impossible for us to give prices in this
space, but we assure you that a visit to this sale will
put money in your pocktet.
We have every kind of embroidery from 5 cents to
$2.50 per yard. You will also find an assortment of
lace from 3 cents to $2 per yard. These goods have
all been reduced to really unheard of prices.
The window will give you a faint idea.
TMs wJHH foe a Tee Pay Sale,
Bmitt 5tf pays Ho foe Meire eaFlly.
FIR A II 9
THE OCALA EVENLG STAR, THURSDAY, 3LY 28, 1014
of Orlando, will be glad to learn that
she has recovered from her recent
long illness and that she Is now visit visiting
ing visiting relatives for the summer in
Greensboro, X. C. Mr. Goodwin,
who accompanied his wife to Greens Greensboro,
boro, Greensboro, has returned home.
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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If -you have any items for thi3 department call phone 106)
Garden Fete This Evening
The ladies in charge of the garden
fete, to be given from 5 to 12 o'clock
thi3 evening at -the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Camp, under the auspices
of the Woman's Club, have complet completed
ed completed all arrangements and the affair
promises to be one of the most elab elaborate
orate elaborate and delightful ever given T in
The spacious lawn has been light lighted
ed lighted with electricity and the booths for
candy, cakes, ices and flowers are
beautifully decorated Dancing on
the tennis court to music from an
electric pianola, is the chief diver diversion
sion diversion for the young people- Fortune
tellers are prepared to give the
crowds prompt service, revealing the
past, present and future readily to
those who desire a reading.
The public is cordially invited to
attend and It is hoped that all who
are Interested in the welfare of the
club "will lend a helping hand by be being
ing being present, accompanied by friends,
as the club is very desirous of realiz realizing
ing realizing a large sum of money to help de defray,
fray, defray, the expense of erecting the new
Miss Agnes Dalzell is the over overnight
night overnight guest of Mjs. C. R. Tydlngs.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Rogers, who
are among Oeala's most : charming
winter's visitors, left today for Mt.
Clemens; where they will spend three
' weeks before going to their summer
'home on St. Clair Lake.' They were
accompanied by Mrs. Roger's brother
Mr. Haines, who has been an inmate
of the Marion County Hospital for
several weeks.. Mr. and Mrsi Rogers
will return to Ocala about the mid middle
dle middle of October.
Miss Doris Murray, who has been
an admired guest at the home of her
aunt," Mrs. G. K. Williams since Jan January,
uary, January, left today for Her home in
Miss Eloise Henry returned
Lake Weir today, after a short i
it to friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilson and
son, who have been making Tampa
their home, will In the future reside
In Atlanta, Mr. Wjlson having ac accepted
cepted accepted a position with an insurance
company. Mrs. Wilson and son are
now guests of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. Wr. Martin In this city and
will join Mr. Wilson In their new
home early in July.
Mts. B. N. Looney left this morn7
ing for Sanford to be with her father
during his illness and, if .his condi condition
tion condition will permit, bring him to Ocala
On a Kimball Player Piano.
The slighest pressure of either
foot will give you the desired
Owing to the "direct, down
stroke" pedals and correspond corresponding
ing corresponding movement of bellows, this
most valuable of all musical ne
cessities is more easily obtain
ed on a Kimball than any oth
One of the TEX features of the
Kimball Player Piano
Xever played" pianos taken In,
, - '"-"-
ONE PRICE TO ALL mean!
that the price in plain figure
on eyery Kimball Instrument is
the lowest at which that instru
ment can be sold.
Sold on partial payment plan if
the last of the week. Mr. C. E. Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, who returned from Sanford last
night, reports his father's condition
Informal Evening at "Glenhurst"
About a dozen couples assemblec
last evening at "Glenhurst," th(
beautiful country home of Capt. anc
Vf f a St Vt Pvlac in n1nv orir9
hours informally with Miss Mildred!
Pyles, who arrived yesterday froni
Brenau College, and her iooIr hftiira
guests. Misses Marion Hampton o
Laurens, S. C, Bess Bocage of Hou
ma, La., and Mr. M. L. Hampton of a
Columbia, S. C. Another -attractive
feonnr guest was Mrs. Lorenzo Dow
Cullum of Batesburg. S. C, the
charming daughter of Capt. and Mrs.
Pyles, ""who also arrived yesterday.
The evening was spent dancing
and playing auction and at eleven
o'clock a delicious ice course, includ including
ing including cream- topped with strawberries
and two kinds of cake was served.
Those present other than the
guests of honor were 'Misses Ophelia
Sawtell, Katherine Pyles, "Elizabeth
and Blanche Mizelle, Marie von En En-gelken,
gelken, En-gelken, Edna Nalson of Tampa, Bet Bet-tie
tie Bet-tie Mclver, Annie Davis, Virginia
Sistrunk, Carolina HarriS3, Ruby
Gissendaner, Kathleen and Margaret
Jackson, Clara Johnson, Martha Kate
Rentz, Messrs. W. J. Frink, A. J.
Beck, Albert Harriss, Tom Pastes r,
Goodwin Mixon, T. D. Lancaster, Pat
Anderson, Carlisle Izlar, Clarence
Meffert, Welsh Dewey, Sam Mathews
and Mr; and Mrs. W. W Harris and
Mrs. Grover McClure left yester
day for her visit to Saranac Lake,
N. Y. Mr. McClure accompanied her
as far as Jacksonville.
Mrs. B. B. Baum and her mother,
Mrs. Whicher, have gone to Weirs Weirs-dale
dale Weirs-dale for a visit to Mrs. J. A. Toaran.
oiiy nas laKen
position of bolkkeeper and steno-fhave
Cards were received this morning
from Dr. and Mrs. H..F. Wratt, mail mailed
ed mailed Tuesday in Washington, D. C,
where they are spending a few days
before leaving for Chicago.
Mrs. L. A. Shepherd expects to
leave tomorrow for her home in
Chicago, after a few weeks' visit to
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E.
Harris. She will be accompanied by
her young son Harris Powers.
; Miss Omera Holloway is the at attractive
tractive attractive guest of Miss Annie Pearl
Liddon for a few days.
Mrs. R. A; Green, who was aperat
ed on a few days ago at the DeSoto
hospital in Jacksonville, is improv improving,
ing, improving, which will be' good news to her
many friends here.
Mrs. M. G, Chambers, who has
made her home with Mrs. William
Sinclair during the winter and early
summer, expects to leave Monday
for Macon to spend the summer with
Miss Bashinsky, who has been the
guest of Miss Mary Burford, left
yestiay for her hQjne-inAla
mk. auu -i is. i kj m xvjtkijit; auu
their nephew4Mr. Harper, Aikins of
Plant Citvl motored uofrom Plant
City yesterday aldwlll spend two
reeks in Ocala visiting, friends.
The Junior Ep worth League will
hold a business session in the Meth
odist church tomorrow afternoon at
3:30 o'clock. Among other special
business a delegate will be elected to
the league conference at St. Peters
Mr. A. J. Beck is a business visitor
to Jacksonville, leaving for there on
the early train this morning.
" Miss Mary Gates is visiting friends
at Lady Lake instead of Lake City,
ar-the Star stated
Miss EMfabeth 3Iizelle,
beenflffaking her home with Mrs. T.
E. Bridges during the past school
term, left thfe atefSbon for Orange
Lake to visit iier parents until July,
when she will go to JSouth Carolina
or a series of visits.
Miss Pansy Souter returned to
Sparr today after a short visit to her
aunt, Miss Fanny Clark. Miss Souter
will return Monday for a longer
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. N.
Goodwin, formerly of Levon but now
Jolly Crowd on a Strawrides.
A large party of boys and girls en
joyed a srawride to Silver Spring
in two of Collier Bros', big wagons
last night. They had a fine time.
land did not return
till after mid
night. In the paty were Misses
Theo Wallis, Gladys Wllis, Marion
Long, Dorothy Long, Lojayne Kemp,
Wilson, Emma Perjcyfjilice Sexton,
Nellie Beckham, Mvaterl, Elizabeth
Jones and Annie Pop! Eagleaton
and Messrs. Claude Hidkel, George
Gnann, George Davis, Dick Stroud,
Joe Borden, Perry Anthony, Carl
Loden, Hugh Geiger, f Joe Blalock,
Homer Small, Carol Blalock, Wilbur
frill n fa T.ttti n Con lore? XI
PJand and Fred Fort. Mrs. A. M.
xerry chaperoned the party.
f m ..in
Mr. Carleton Ervin and Miss Ruth
Ervin went to Orange Springs yes yesterday
terday yesterday to visit relatives until Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. ;
Ocala friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Truehart Bodiford extend hearty
congratulations upon the arrival of
a son Tuesday, at their home in
Mrs. Kendrick of Anthony is vis visiting
iting visiting at the home of Mrs. Frances
Mr. Jack Camp, Dr. M. H. DePass
of Gainesville, Mr. Roy Johnson of
Muncie, Ind., and Mr. Clarence Camp
arrived last night from a fishing ex expedition
pedition expedition to St. Johns Pass, near Eg Eg-mont
mont Eg-mont Key. The three first named
succeeded in landing two tarpons
apiece, and caught quantities of
other fish. Mr. Clarence Camp didn't
join the party until Monday and al although
though although not landfng a tarpon, he en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed thoroughly the sport offered
by the trip.
From the Tampa Times we learn
hat Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Chambers
and family, formerly of this city,
gone to PasS-a-GrUle for a so
journ of three weeks.
LAID TO REST
The funeral of Minor (Pedrick at
the Pleasant Hill cemetery nar
Montbrook Wednesday was largely
attended. Many of the people of the
neighborhood came to join the
friends from Ocala in the last ser services
vices services to the worthy young man who
was reared among them.
A platoon of the Ocala Rifles, led
by Lieut. H. C. Campbell, accom accompanied
panied accompanied the funeral cortege from
Ocala to the graveyard, and after the
usual services came forward to ren render
der render military honors to their young
comrade. With reversed arms, they
accompanied the body to the grave,
taps were sounded and the last vol volley
ley volley fired. Xone of his friends wiP
miss the young man more than the
soldier boys, one of whom he be became
came became a few months ago, and who
found him unfailing in every duty.
THE CAXXIXG DEMONSTRATION
Editor Star: I attended the can canning
ning canning club demonstration given by
Mrs. Moorhead yesterday on the
school grounds. There I found Mrs.
George Lovell of Pedro, Mrs. Lee
Priest of Anthony, and Mrs. Charles
Lamoreaux of Center Hill, Sumter
county. The first two ladies had
brought their daughters, who are
members of the club, but the moth mothers
ers mothers were manifesting just as much
interest as the girls. Mrs. Lamoreaux
associated with Mrs. Moorhead
from Sumter county in the coming
Marion-Sumter fair. She was anxious
to be present at one of these can canning
ning canning demonstrations to gather in instructions
structions instructions that will help her in her
work in her home county.
A number of visitors were on
hand including Mrs. Bittinger, Mrs.
Ricker, Mrs. Glass, Miss McClure,
Mrs. Merrill of Belleview; little
Misses Lilian Gates. Ocala; Leona
and Joseph Hutchins of Shady, and
a number whose names I was una unable
ble unable to secure.
The club girls on hand were VIda
Parker, Kendrick; Stella Moore,
Alma Priest, Anthony; Ida and Ber Bertha
tha Bertha Perkins, Shady; Maud Snow,
Pdro; Marjorie Merfell, Belleview;
Mildred Lovell, Pedro.
Ali were as busy as bees handling
the Various features of the work,
making themselves more proficient
hji'ihe handling of each product they
were canning. Beans, squash, to tomatoes,
matoes, tomatoes, and, in fact, all the differ different
ent different vegetables were put up. You
should have watched the little
Gates girl; while lacking one year
of being old enough to be a member,
still her manifest Interest was pleas pleasing.
ing. pleasing. .. ., .
. The canner used was a special one
31 Price .... 01.25 : Sale Price-- - 7Cc
25 1.00 GCs
25 . -.75 M v : ' 4Cc
33 .69 COc
23 .50 30c
28 .50 30c
This is an
supplied by the Rainey Canner Co.,
of Chattanooga, Tenn., donated by
this enterprising firm to Marion
county to be used by Mrs. Moorhead
in her demonstration work. This is
an exhibition of real enterprise. The
canner that is to be given as the
prize for the first crate of ripe to tomatoes
matoes tomatoes is the' club canner made by
the Farmers Canning Machine Co.,
of Meridian, Miss.
If more people visited and studied
the .work and process carried out at
these demonstration meetings, smore
of the mothers would encourage
their girls to take up this work and
plant, cultivate and read the reward
to "be gained thereby. The financial
result secured is well worth the ef effort.
fort. effort. If energy and close application to
this canning demonstration and edu educational
cational educational work is any guarantee of
success and proficiency, then we
must take off our hat to Mrs. Moor Moorhead.
head. Moorhead. She is the most untiring and
painstaking teacher I ever witness witnessed
ed witnessed giving instruction. If Marion can
be kept in the lead, she "will sure
Well, what do you think, old Jack
McCully is staying right on his corn
club job, and he is going to show us
some big results at the fair thi3
coming November. I have been
watching him and keeping right up
with him and believe me, Jack Isn't
no slouch when it comes to dealing
out good old horse sense to the far farmers.
mers. farmers. Listen at him, men; take his
advice and you will get better re results.
sults. results. Well, here's to the success of
both. Marlon has the best.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary;
FLOWER FhTK WILL
Ttr? iipr.n mmiv
The civic committee of the Wo-
man's Club" will hold its flower fete
Friday, May 29, on the southeast
corner of the courthouse' square,
from 4 to 6 o'clock. The children
who are competing for prizes will
please gather their flowers in the
early morning and keep them in
water so as to allow them time to
freshen enough to keep in the best
condition thru the afternoon while
they are being judged. There are
five prizes offered by the committee
and two special additional prizes, a
gold watch, given by Mrs. Groves,
for the best display of flowers grown
by the boys and a gold lavaliere
given by the Commercial Bank for
'" "" "' '? "' :
opportunity to get remarkable
Be sure to see them.
the best display grown by girls
The committee offers two prizes to
girls and two to boys, each $2.50,
for the second and third best dis displays.
plays. displays. A brass jardiniere is offered
as a prize to ladies for the best dis display
play display of flowers at this flower; fete.
The committee hopes a large number
of ladies will become interested and
assist In a beautiful display of flow flowers.
ers. flowers. The flower fete will be an an annual
nual annual affair and we .will be grateful
for any encouragement along these
lines. The drouth, we know, has
been hard on the gardens, out all
have suffered alike, and we hope the
children will all bring their flowers.
The committee wishes to thank all
those who have given materially or
otherwise. Especially Mr. Z. C.
Chambliss for a donation of 5,
Congressman Frank Clark, Dr. Tyd Tydings
ings Tydings and Mr. W. D. Cam for seeds.
We also want to thank the Ocala
Evening Star and Ocala Banner for
their assistance by publishing our
notices. J. S
The prizes may be seen in the win
dow of Rhelnauer Company.
Mrs. T. E. Bridges,
Chairman, Out-door Art Dept
XAST 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 Leave St. Petersburg 11
p. m., arrive Ocala 603; arriv
No. 39- Leaves Jacksonville af
9:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala at 2:40 j
m.; arrives St. Petersburg at 9:10.
No. 40 Leaves St. Petersburg at
a m arrives Ofl 12:54- n
m; leaves Ocala 1:14
p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. m.
Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 Leaves Ocala' 6:40 a. m.;
arrives Lakeland 11:03 a. m.
No. 32 Leaves Lakeland 5:4S p.
m.; arrives Ocala 9:50 p. m.
Ocala and I lomosassa
No. 49 Leave Ocala, 8:20 a. m.;
arrive Homosassa, 1 p. m.
No. 47- Leave Ocala, 2:20; arrive
No. 44 Leave Homosassa, 10 a.
m.; arrive Ocala, 12:50 p. m.
No. Leave Homosassa, 1:30 p.
m.; arrive Ocala, 6 p. m.
A woman is a bundle of nerves?
unls3 the ctrizs treiis. ".i :' 1:mJ.
U. D. C. DINNER
FOB THE VETERANS
Dickison Chapter, J. D C. will
give its annual dinner to the veter veterans
ans veterans at the armory on Jnne 3rd. All
the veterans are Cordially invited
and it is hoped. that all will be able
CHILD CROSS? FEVERISH? SICK?
A cross, peevish, listless child,
with coated tongue, pale, doesn't
sleep; eats sometimes very little,
then again ravenously; sour stom stomach
ach stomach with diarrhoea; grinds teeth
While asleep, and starts up with ter terror
ror terror all suggest a worm killer
something that expells worms, and
almost every child has them. Kick Kick-apoo
apoo Kick-apoo Worm Killer Is needed. Get a
box today. Start at once. Ton
won't have to coax; as Kicks poo
Worm Killer is a candy confection.
Expels the worms, the cause of your
child's trouble. ad 4
dly, Tues, Thura, and FrL and Wkly.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge- Woodrow Company
Merchant's Block. Ocmlr
".nil j.nc unai u.uwtuc
in the city to put your automobile In
first-class running order. We have
skilled workmen at our garage, who
pride themselves in putting every everything
thing everything in order, so you can feel as assured
sured assured you can travel with safety and
pleasure after our work is com completed.
pleted. completed. Send at once to 17 North
Main street or phone, or send mes
rHE OCAUL EVENKO STAR, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1014
SAFETY FOR YOUR VALUABLES.
THE COMMERCIAL BANK begs to announce,
the completion of its absolute fire and burglar
proof vaults, and .the installation of its safe de- X
All present renters, of safe deposit boxes, are
requested to call -and transfer their valuables to
the new vaults. ;;
We have built for the future and are
equipped to handle all business entrusted to us.
You will enjoy peace of mind if your val-
uables are secure in ourvaults.
Geo. J. Iilitch, President
D. C Stiles, Jr., Cashier W. V. Wheeler, Asst. Cashier,
( J)Q YcflJR, ")RR
Cet a Gasoline irX
5"tovb Too J&za
Special 3Ieeting of the Council to
Consider Protests Against
The city council held a meeting
Wednesday night to consider pro protests
tests protests against the recent increased
valuations on property. Present
were President Hunter and Alder Aldermen
men Aldermen Knight, Bennett, Robinson,
Fausett, Smith and Roess. Clerk
Sistrunk and Attorney Hocker were
A number of protests had been re received
ceived received at the meeting held on the
22nd, which had to adjourn before
all could be considered. The work
was resumed last night and carried
to a conclusion. -.
The protests were all .carefully
considered and most of them heeded.
That there is no very great amount
of sentiment against the increased
valuation is shown by the fact that
while the total is about $4,400,000
an increase of over 100 per cent over
the former assessment the protests
only reduced it about $60,000.
The millage on this will be 7 or
8, or maybe a little more. The mill mill-age
age mill-age last year was 1 5 1 cents on
The council went to work at 8
o'clock, and it was 12 sharp when it
BOARD OP TRADE
MEETS TOMORROW XIGHT
Owing to the union- picnic and
other important affairs, the Board
of Trade meeting will be held tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night. It is to be hoped that a
good attendance will be present to
discuss the various plans of public
improvement for our city.
EVERY UP-TO-DATE FARMER HAS A GASOLINE ENGINE
TO DO HIS WORK. WHY?, BECAUSE IT SAVES ITS COST IN
TIME AND IiABOR MANY TIMES A YEAR. IT IS THE BEST
INVESTMENT HE CAN MAKE.
YOU CAN RUN YOUR CREAM SEPARATORS, FEED
GRINDERS, FANNING MILLS, WASHING MACHINES, GRIND GRINDSTONES,
STONES, GRINDSTONES, PUMPS, SAWS AND OTHER BACK-BREAKING
WORK AT A VERY SMALIi COST.
COME IN AND TALK IT OVER. THEY ARE PRICED BY
THE HORSE-POWER AND THEY ARE PRICED VERY
'Bttrbi IaWw Co,
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.
FIRST EAR OF CORN
FROM THE FIELD
Brought to Town Today from C. P.
Howell's Big Farm
The first matured roasting ear of
field corn we have seen was shown
us this morning by Mr. C. P. Howell,
who was on his way to the Munrpe
& Chambliss Bank to place the ear
on display. The corn is of the Boone
county white variety, and is from
Mr. Howell's 100-acre prize field at
the southwest corner of the city, and
it is thought to be the finest as well
as the earliest in the, county. Early
or sweet corn has been in the mar market
ket market for some time, but this is the
first, as far, as we know, staple field
CHECKING UP ACCOUNTS
Traisffw $ Sttorage C
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
Prominent Postal Telegraph Official
in the City
;Mr. H. R. Waterbury, southern di division
vision division auditor of the Postal Telegraph-Cable
Company, registered at
the Harrington last night, and epent
the morning in checking up the ac
counts of the local office.
Mr. Waterbury. whose headquar
ters are in Atlanta, has a great many
friends in Ocala some of whom he
found time to visit before leaving for
Tampa on the Seaboard this after
Before he was appointed to his
present position Mr. Waterrbury was
manager of the Postal Telegraph of
fice in Jacksonville.
To make your trip a reai pleasure
a Thermos bottle is a necessity. We
sell them. Gerig's, The Reliable
Drug Store. ... 5-lG-tf
IS T.10ST INTERESTED
III OCALA ELECTRICITY
For County Candidates as Adopted
by Campaign Committee of Mar Marion
ion Marion Conuty Democratic Executive
Friday, May 29 Shady (Williams
Friday, May 29 Summerfield,
Saturday, May 30 Fairfield, day.
Saturday, May 30 Ocala, night,
all candidates for state senate and
house of representatives.
Monday, June 1 Ocala. For all
candidates except candidates for
states senate and house of represen representatives).
tatives). representatives). W. T. Gary,
Cham. Campaign Committee,
5-6-dw tf Ocala, Fla.
This preparation is intended es especially
pecially especially for rheumatism, lame back,
sprains and like ailments. It i3 a
favorite with people who are well ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with its splendid qualities.
Mrs. Charles Tanner, Wabash, Ind.,
says of it, "I have found Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Liniment the best thing for
lame back and sprains I have ever
used. It works like a charm and re relieves
lieves relieves pain and soreness. It has been
used by others of my family as well
as myself for upwards of twenty
years." 25 and 50 cent bottles. For
sale by all dealers. Adv.
Mr. 3Ieffert Submits Some More ;
Figures on a Most Important
Editor Star: Kindly allow me
space to reply to an article that ap
peared In the Ocala Daily Banner,
May 2 7th signed by C. W. Hunter,
wherein he criticises my article
printed in the Star, Saturday, May
23 rd. What I had to say about
Jacksonville electric light rates was
taken from an article that appeared
in the Times-Union, which contained
"Encouraging City Growth
"The St. Louis Post editorial is as
follows: ; 'Jacksonville, Fla., Invest
ed 11,600,000 of city funds In a
plant to produce and sell electric
light, power and heat not at cost,
but at prices caluculated to give the
city a fair margin of profit.
" 'Jacksonville's municipal plant
has cut the price of electric current
from 10 cents to 4 cents a kilowatt
hour, has paid all charges, earned a
surplus of $350,000 and has been a
big factor in attracting new indus industries
tries industries which have increased popula
tion from 27,000 in 1901 to 80,000
" 'The city on December 1 made a
rate of 2 cents per kilowatt hour for
current used in cooking, to help
housewives, get rid of matches, ashes,
dust, dirt, soot, fumes, coal buckets
and pokers. The local gas company
objected. The city replied that since
2 -cent electricity Is equivalent to
40-cent gas, the company's remedy
was to sell gas at that price and
Mr. Hunter is Mistaken
And here is where Mr. Hunter Is
trying to make it appear that I am
attempting to mislead the public and
grossly misstated the existing elec electric
tric electric light rates in Jacksonville.
What about comparing price of
gas with electricity? Must be cor
rect. What about Mr. Hunter as
chairman of the city council repre
senting two .competitive interests,
the gas company that pays him a
handsome salary, and the city's elec
tric light plant that pays him noth
ing? What about the statistics from
our electric light plant? Are they
misleading and grossly misrepresent
ed? No one can dispute the fact that
our .electric light plant has made
money in the past, after publishing
figures of its earnings. We should
be in position to generate current
practically at the same figure we did
last year. Wood does not cost any
more, labor is about the same and
supplies have not advanced to any
extent, and our plant is in fine con
dition. I have it from reliable au
thority that several thousand dol dollars
lars dollars had been expended in the past
few months for new poles and ex extension
tension extension of lines, and that-the cost of
generating current was about 2c.
per kilowatt at switchboard. All
this information I gathered before
making my recent offer to furnish
current to the consumers at the
rates made by the city council Dec.
16th, 1913. I want to say right
here that I was perfectly sane and in
my right mind, was not joking,
neither was I talking thru my hat,
but made a business proposition put
in writing, submitted to the council
after familiarizing myself with local
conditions pertaining to the electric
light plant. I say again, what I have
said many times, the city should by
all means own and maintain its elec electric
tric electric light plant, and not consider
purchasing current at switchboard.
The vital point is to furnish current
cheap to the consumers and offer it
cheaper to new industries that would
locate here; this is what other cities
are doing, thereby greatly increas increasing
ing increasing the population.
As to the ? 14,200 outstanding
electric light bonds due in 1918,
practically four years hence, this
should not worry anybody and has
nothing to do with the cost of cur current.
rent. current. If I am correct, the old plant
was purchased 'for $16,000. Accord According
ing According to records furnished me our elec electric
tric electric light plant paid from September
1st, 190J, to October 1st, 1913, Into
the general fund, $43,350 and $17, $17,-600
600 $17,-600 for improvements of the plant
and extensions of lines. This would
make our total Investment $33,600,
and I think the plant Is worth every
dollar of the investment and more.
The general fund owes the light fund
$43,350; take $14,200 of this to
take up the outstanding bonds and
leave the plant a credit balance of
$39,150, and our plant all paid for.
Why agitate purchasing current?
I pay no attention to Mr. Hunter's
rambling remarks about cost of 'gen 'generating
erating 'generating current in other cities. What
Interests me most is our own.
J. M. Meffert.
- Ocala, Fla., May 28. 1914.
y Rifi ki a rj cx
We have completed the survey of this
rich tracft and will soon publish an exacft
cut showing the subdivision.
WATCH FOR THE PLAT.
SEE OUR HARE CHRIAVfARE.
WHEN YO UR WEDDING
PRESENT COMES FROM US
THEY KNOW "IT IS FINE"
WHEN YO U MAKE AN ANNIVERSAR Y GIFT, BE IT FOR A
BIRTHDAY, WEDDING OR ANY KIND OF AN EVENT, GIVE AN
EXQUISITE PIECE OF JEWELRY. THIS WILL ENDURE AND BE
CHFRISHED FOR ALL TIME; AND EACH TIME THE RECIPIENT
SEES IT, IT WILL RECALL THE HAPPY OCCASION OF WHICH,
IT WAS A MEMENTO.
WHEN A GIFT COMES FROM OUR ESTABLISHMENT, THh.
GIRL WHO GETS IT KNOWS THE QUALITY IS SUPERB. ; :
A. E. BURNETT
F YOUR Indestructo Trunk
should be destroyed to
day; you would receive one
just like it, free.
You would not be forced
to buy a new trunk; because
you would be protected by
the rigid 5 year Indestructo
Your trunk is built to stand the
severest travel usage, regardless of
V what happens, or how far you traveL
That protection is the biggest rea-
, son why you should own an' Inde
There are many otners; cniet
among which is the Indestructo
The Indestructo Is built with the
Idea of your comfort and conven convenience
ience convenience uppermost in our mind; you
will agree to this after you have
seen the trunk. (
Why Pay More Ocala, Fla.
We Aire Headqumarttcrs j
For Buggies, Carriages, Cart.. Wagons and Automobiles, Harness
and all Leather Goods. We have the largest line of Vehicles and
Harness and Saddlery in Central Florida and offer them at the
lowest figures. We lead in aU kinds of Farming Machinery: J
Agents for the Fomous all Steel Moline Plows, one horse Disc
Cultivators, McCormick Binders, Mowers. Rakes. Reapers and
IHC Binder Twine. Agents for the Fairbanks Morse Gas and J
Oil Engines and Outfits. We have a full line of Automobile sup-
plies and accessories. We lead in our.line and can save yon money
on anything you buy from us.
IKmiijgilhitt l IL.siinigr j
THE OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1014
Used exclasirelj- in the con construction
struction construction of the Panama
Canal and the great Keokuk
dam in Iowa.
GoYernxnent Engineers know
Fresh stock always on hand.
& Stone Co.
: : CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
' Estimates on any kind
I of Building furnished on
? short notice. All work &
fP. O. BOX. NO. 438.
PHONE NO. 368 OCALA
LMver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EHBALMERS
Flze Caskets and Dnrial Robes
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
AH Work Done by. Licensed. Km-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
J. E. McIVER ........... 104
O. V. ROBERTS. ........ ... .305
Undertaking Office .... ..... 47
If you want to bay or sell
j- New and Second Hand
Farm Tools, .Harness Etc
Easy Payments if Desired.
A. M. B0BB1TT,
310 S. Jlain St. Ocala Fla.
X PHONE 503
I For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
X Immediate Attention.
:J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Mrde on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and bettsi
eoKO'acto" in the city,
work for the money than ny otho-
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge Woodrow Company
Merchant Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
c Ocala Iron Worlis
Geo. W. Scofleld
I am a candidate for re-election to
the office of state attorney for the
fifth judicial circuit, and solicit your
vote at the June primary. :,
- George W. Scofield
J. C. B. Koonce
I hereby announce my candidacy
for nomiBation in the June primary
ior the office of state attorney for
the fifth judicial circuit of Florida.
J. C. B. Koonce.
I hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of state senator,
twentieth senatorial district of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, comprising the counties of Mar Mar-.on
.on Mar-.on and Sumter, subject to the ac ac-;Ion
;Ion ac-;Ion of the democratic primary to be
held June 2nd, 1914. Glenn Terrell
W. J. Crosby
To the Democratic Voters f Mar Mar-ton
ton Mar-ton County: I am a candidate for
member of the House of Representa Representatives,
tives, Representatives, from our county, in the next
legislature, and subject to your de decision
cision decision at the polls in the democratic
primary June 2nd, 1914.
Citra, Fla. W. J. Crosby.
John 31. Graham
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election for the office of coun county
ty county treasurer of Marion county.
Thanking you for your support in
the past, I promise if elected to give
earnest and faithful services to the
duties of the office and in the future
as well as the past, endeavor to save
to the taxpayers all the interest pos possible
sible possible on the outstanding indebted indebtedness.
ness. indebtedness. John M. Graham.
W. L. Colbert
To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion County: I hereby announce my myself
self myself a candidate for re-nomination
for the office of tax collector of Mar Marlon
lon Marlon county.
I thank the voters of Marlon coun county
ty county for their hearts support in the
past, and- say, won't you vote for me
again? I will do the best I can to
serve you courteously and efficiently
If re-elected. Yours very truly,
3-20-tf wky W. L. Colbert.
W. W. Stripling
Believing that public office be belongs
longs belongs to all the people without regard-to
class or faction, and that
rotation in office Is one of the cardi cardinal
nal cardinal doctrines of democracy, I an announce
nounce announce myself a candidate for the
office of tax collector of Marion
county, subject to the will of the
voters of the primary election to be
held on June 2, 1914.
' If elected I promise to give unre
mitting attention to the duties of the
office, with a constant determination
at all times to be in communication
with those who have business with
the office. W. W. Stripling.
FOR TAX ASSESSOR
I am a candidate for re-election.
You never voted for a man in your
life who appreciated the favor more
highly or tried harder to deserve it
than I. Alfred Ayer.
James R. Moorhead
To Marion County Voters:
I am a candidate for assessor and
respectfully ask your support in the
coming primary. Sincerely yours,
James R. Moorhead.
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
I am a candidate for supervisor of
registration and will appreciate the
vote of every white democrat in
Marion county. D. M. Barco.
COMMISSIONER FIRST DISTRICT
To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion County: I desire to announce
my candidacy for re-election to the
position of county commissioner for
the first district of this county, sub subject
ject subject to the action of the primary. My
past record In this office Is before you
and I trust it is such as meets your
approval. C. (Ed.) Carmichael.
Ocala, Fla., March 21, 1914..
W. D. Cam
To the Voters of Marion County:
I am a candidate for county com commissioner
missioner commissioner from the first commis commissioner's
sioner's commissioner's district and will greatly ap appreciate
preciate appreciate your support in the June
W. D. Cam.
COMMISSIONER SECOND DISTRICT
J. W. Coulter
This is to notify the democratic
voters of Marion county that I am a
candidate for county commissioner
from the second district and will ap appreciate
preciate appreciate their votes n the June
primary. Yours very truly,
J. W. Coulter.
J. F. Parker
To Democratic Voters:
I hereby announce my candidacy
for commissioner from the Second
District, subject to the June demo democratic
cratic democratic primary. If elected I promise
to discharge the duties of said office
to the very best interests of the en entire
tire entire county, regardless to section,
with an eye single to economy in all
things. Thanking you In advance
for your favorable consideration of
my candidacy, I am, Yours truly,
J. F. Parker.,
D. G. Watkins
I am a candidate for re-election to
the office of county commissioner of
district two, Marion county.
I went Into this office without any
strings or shackles on me, and have
served the people according to my
own way of thinking.
If I should be elected again to this
office I shall serve the people as a
whole without fear or favor, and will
not be governed or controlled by any
one ring or faction. Soliciting your
appreciated vote, I am,
Yours very truly,
D. G. Watkins.
COMMISSIONER THIRD DISTRICT
Jos. W. Davis
I am a candidate for the office of
county commissioner from district
No. 3, to succeed myself, and will ap appreciate
preciate appreciate the votes of my friends
throughout the county.
Jos. W. Davis.
S. R. Pyles
I hereby announce my candidacy
for county commissioner from the
3rd district, Marion county, subject
to the approaching primary June
next. If nominated I will try to
serve the people and their interests
to the best of my ability the same as
before. S. R. Pyles.
COMMISSIONER FIFTH DISTRICT
I hereoy announce my candidacy
for re-election for county commis commissioner
sioner commissioner for the fifth district of Marion
county, subject to action of the June
Sparr, Fla., April 7t 1914.
B. L. Barlow
To the Democratic Voters:
I hereby announce my candidacy
for commissioner from the fifth com commissioner's
missioner's commissioner's district of Marion coun county,
ty, county, subject to the action of the com coming
ing coming democratic primary election. If
elected, I will perform the duties of
the office to the best of my ability.
Your support will be appreciated.
B. L. Barlow.
Evinston, Fla., May 11. 1914.
WORRIES THE MEN
Issue of N&Uonal Prohibition is One
that Can Not Much Longer
Washington, May 28. No public
question in years has haunted Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen like the proposed liquor
prohibition amendment to the fede fede-eral
eral fede-eral constitution. They take to
task every time they can find them
any member of the House judic judiciary
iary judiciary committee for reporting out the
Hobson amendment. It is becoming
the customary sight in the lower
body to see any afternoon groups of
three or five representatives gather gathered
ed gathered around a comimtteeman protest protesting
ing protesting that the prohibition question
should not have been brought out so
boldly and put up to the members in
a way they cannot avoid being re recorded.
corded. recorded. Some members, of course, whose
attitude on the question is well
known, spare no pains in laughing
at their "brothers in predicament."
Representative Dies of Texas, struck
that note in debate when he said:
"I shall discuss Mexico, the Colora Colorado
do Colorado strike, woman suffrage and. If
I have time, I shall take up national
'and international prohibition." Dies
voiced the opinion of a large number
of the men, however, when he de declared
clared declared as his belief that prohibition
was a state question and should not
be injected into national politics.
When he made that statement in
the House his additional remarks
j were drowned by applause.
Congressmen who are on the
fence, or those who desire the
country at large to stay "wet," but
whose constituents wish them to
be "dry," are making all kinds of
"soundings" and pleadings to sena
tors, hoping that if the amendment
passes the House the Senate will
table it. T here is a growing feeling
in Washington, however, that na-
jiional public officials will have to
face the liquor prohibition question
either in the next presidential cam campaign
paign campaign or two years later. Evasion,
it is believed, will no longer be poss possible.
ible. possible. Near War Expenses
Uncle Sam will have to pay more
than 5, 000,000 to move his soldiers
from Galveston to Vera Cruz, ac
cording to estimates at the war de department
partment department today. The transfer by
water of the first field army alone,
will require- fifty transports. Some
of this expense has been accruing for
some time. Because of the uncer-
fiainiv oi me .Mexican suuauon it nas
been necessary for the war depart department
ment department to keep four transports under
charter at Galveston at .a cost of
$36,000 a monh.
While this five millions repre represent
sent represent only the cost of transportation
by water the railroad fares of sol soldiers
diers soldiers and officers will run into the
millions if a more aggressive policy
is adopted by this government south
of the Rio Grande.
GOING AWAY THIS SUMMER ?
If so, insure your baggage against
loss by fire, theft or wreck In hotels
or steamers, on trains, docks, plat platforms
forms platforms or wagons. Rates extremely
low. E. M. Osborn, Holder. Build Building.
ing. Building. 5-19-tf
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re Reward
ward Reward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. F. J. Chenney & Co., Toledo,
We the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fi financially
nancially financially able to carry out any ob obligations
ligations obligations made by his firm.
National Bank of Commerce,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internal internally
ly internally directly upon the blood and mu mucous
cous mucous surfaces of the system. Testi Testimonials
monials Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. x Adv.
OPEN ALL XKSHT
Tie Merchant's Cafe Is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf
Mrs. A. L. Luckie, East Rochester,
N. Y., was a victim of sick headache
and despondency, caused by a badly
weakened and debilitated condition
of her stomach, when sheibegan tak
ing Chamberlain's Tablets. She says,
"I found them pleasant to take, also
mild and effective. In a few weeks
time I was restored to my former
good health." For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv.
OCALA PtiuLIC LIBRARY
Open daily except Sunday from 3
to 5 p. m. Board of Trade rooms,
Ocala House block.
Louise E. Gamsby. Librarian
If rca hare that depressed frefing it's more
csopq o on ox oroer -unpoTcnaneo or pcsaonec
There is only one thing that will' alter your ptm-t crrrTTn
that's to restore your stomach to normal health and strcsgu Vtr
a weak or diseased stomach cannot make rood blood. If yer
diMtion is bad vonr food wilt not make the cood toed tgLLil
Murine, boir. brrin. heut
) helps the stomach to do its work
tne liver, ine system is zreea xroxn poison, ice csxn u pszs.
Every organ is rejuvenated, Instead of the "Bfcjes, jca tsu 1
strong; equal to any task or op to any pleasure,
This ereat remedv has craved its worth Tear after tcjx fcr
forty years. Let it prove its worth to yoo. Sold by ned3 ss!3
In tablet or liquid f orm or send 60c f or trial box by mxSL
Salt Water and Lotic Flab, received cc?fr Cay
Prompt delivery. Only First-class products handled.
Our market is lined inside with white enameled metal,
is thoroughly screened from flies, and is the only sanitary
market in town. Ice boxes for fish and refrigerators for
meat, always clean and thoroughly iced.
South 2d St., Opposite rear cl City nicrfxeft.
We are equipped with the Latest, Largest, Best Ynlranhdeg
i plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire bandied at one. time.
All work Guaranteed to ye First-Class.
Bring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes xmght.
1F2SK amd MEESTOPJE THESES
of all sizes and rims, always in stock
BJAVEES, TTDne T2i?e' Eflcaii
Phone 438, OCALA, FLORIDA Main St near PostoQce,
After Fear Ttsrs cf Dlaca&yg
Ccsditienri, PJcA (bye
Z2S to RfTfg?,'
Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter
from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock
writes as follows: 'l tsSsrtd for four
years, with womanly troubles, and during
this time, 1 could only sit up for a little
while, and could not wzSc anywhere at
cU. At times, 1 would have severe pains
in my left side.
The doctor was called ia, and his treat treatment
ment treatment relieved me for a while, but I was
soon confined to my bed again. After
that, nothing seemed to do me any good.
The Management ol 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 nd will be ran
strictly ethicai lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 33?
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I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and I gave up in despair.
At last, my husband cstiaeabcSle of
Cardui, the woman's tsaic, cd I cca-
menced taking it. -fica tie very first
dose, I could te3 tt w3 bsZpj ce. t
can now waDc tco c2ca vZZszi &
tiring me, and aa 'dsSsgca my wcric
If you are all run down from wosssly
troubles, don't give vp ia derpsir. Try
Cardui, the woman's tcric. It Irs helped
more than a mfllioa wesea, ia its SO
years of contienota wrrcn, and thocld
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surety nop you, too. I ocr crngggt nss
sold Cardui for years. He knows what
it win do. Ask him. He win recom recommend
mend recommend it Begin taking Canhd today.
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FEW YEARS AGO when my Saw Mill, Planning Mill, Residence, Bam, and other buildings were ournea mere vC3
( nothing left in North Ocala except Mr. W. H. McConn's home and a big pile of ashes. Shortly after this I
subdivided forty acres into 159 lots, put this on the market under the name of Marion Heights. In a few monthh
I had sold about 80 lots. Among the buyers were the lollowing wen Known nome peopic wuu uuusuc cxuici 4W mrwi
ments or home sites :
Dr. Harry Dozier, R. B. Stripling, Dr. E. Van Hood, Dr. A. L. Mar, John Dozier,
Col. Frank Harris, Tom Conway, Henry Hogan, Mrs. M M. Little,
Prof Geo. Stewart, Dr. Baskin and many others.
Following this sale a few houses were built and I put up the price of the remaining lots to 75 and 100 dollars. At
that price I sold off all but 50 lots. A few months later I sub-divided a portion of Block P of AUred's addition to Ocala,
which property adjoined Marion Heights, into 20 lots. On this plat I built five small houses and in a few months I had
sold the five houses and the remaining 15 vacant lots. Then I sub-divided block 108 of AUred's addition into 22 lots. On
the lots I built five more houses; I soon sold these and the remaining vacant lots in this block.
Three years ago the Florida Central Land Co. sub-divided Blocks 3 and 4 of AUred's addition, making 56 lots. Thes3
have all been sold, the greater portion having been sold at auction, bringing from 50 to 165 dollars a lot. One year ago
we sub-divided Blocks land 2, also a portion of Block K. into 70 lots and more than half of these lots have been sold and
still they are going. I also built and sold two houses on Block 5, AUred's addition.
The lots that have been sold in North Ocala, including the twelve houses referred to, and also a few small tracts sold
outside the city limits, foot up the snug little sum of $30,000.
The following is a list of home builders and investors in North Ocala:
Dr. J. C. Boozer, Z. C. Chambliss, Taylor & Hooker, Clifford Bray, Hayes & Guynn, Baxter Cam, Heron Todd. J.
D. Small, A. L. Izlar, Mrs. M. M. Little, Mr. Coggins, R. R. Carroll, Dr. Harry Dozier D. W Tompkins, J. G. Ferguson,
D A. Smith, J. M. Gates, Ernest Spencer, BIT. Orr, W. H. Footit, W. R. Peeble Alfred Ayer D. S. Woodrow, L. R
Chazal, Geo. Stewart, Ray Hunt, Walter Mead, Susie Macpherson, J. D. Hogan, Rev. J. B. Ley, Mr Ciirry, C. B. Stricli Stricli-ling,
ling, Stricli-ling, Teuton Supply Co., A. T. Byrd, J. H. Crago, M. J. Whitcher, J. 0. HaU, H. J Ashley E. W. AlhgoooV Marcp
Frank, Mary C. Marshall, James Howell, F. E. Harris, Dodge Sign Co., J. H. Pittman W. A Robertson J. E Mcttanie
H D. Todd, Mr. Grantham, F. M. Dodson, J. M. Rottenbury, Mr. Mullen, Mclver & McKay, M. Fishel, Dr. Klock, J. U
Kitchline, Mr. Lee and others. Many of these lots or tracts have been sold by the original purchasers for more than
per cent profit, not one having been sold at a loss.
I have made this statement to answer certain questions as to the development and increase in value of property in
North Ocala, as well as to answer certain criticisms of property values in this part of the town.
Now if one man without capital, and with no experience in developing and marketing of Real Estate can
accomplish what I have done in the past five years, what can be done in the next five with this list of boosters and weight
of influence with an investment of more than $40,000? Any man who would Knock Values and Investment Opportuni Opportunities
ties Opportunities in North Ocala now with all this list of Investors behind it had as well knock his head against a brick wall.
iir IKlandlsome Mew Primary School IKIouse Will Soon be a Ideality.
Electric Lights Have Already Been Placed Throughout Worth Ocala. Water Wains, Police Pro Protection
tection Protection and Hard Streets Will Soon Follow.
mow w&rn mk ala mwz
21 Worth Magnolia Street, aim (S0Cs,
D P o' (o
Moose meet this evening.
Board of Trade tomorrow night.
R. A. M. meet tomorrow evening.
DAILY WEATHER REPORT
A first class dinner at Rodoff's
Cafe from 12 to 2:30 every day ex except
cept except Sunday for 35 cents. 5-18-tf
Mr. D. S. Welsch went to Eustis
yerterday on business. Mr. Welch
made the trip in his car
A full line of Spalding baseball
goods just in at Gerig's Reliable
Drug Stores. 5-16-tf
The A. C. L. train carried about
300 people to the picnic and many
went In cars, making the attendance
at least 400.
Own your own home by buying a
modern bungalow on easy terms of
the Ocala Lumber & Supply Com Company.
pany. Company. 5-15-tf K
Mr. B. L. Barlow, who was a can candidate
didate candidate for commissioner in the fifth
district, failed to qualify, conse consequently
quently consequently Mr. Luffman has no opposi opposition.
Mr. Robert S. Shortridge of Citra,
is in the city today. He has pur
chased an Overland car and expects
to be a more frequent visitor in the
countyV capital in the future.
... . The morning in the circuit court
was devoted to the trial of Albert
Williamson alias Albert McDuffy,
George White and Mary Randolph
on a charge of grand larceny. Mc-
, Duffy and the Randolph woman
were discharged and White was
found guilty. Sentence has not yet
' fceen passed on White. Major L. T.
Izlar represented the defense.
GOING TO BE A GOOD GAME
The Ocala and Citra nines are lin
ing up for a game at the ball park
' the Star goes to press, and the
indications are that the contest wil
be spirited. Manager Hunter is con
fident the Ocala team will win this
time, and the boys are bent on mak
ing a 'better showing than they did
last Thursday. The Ocala line-up is
Bullock, c; Gentile, p; McLeod,
lb; Davis, 2b; Batts, ss; Dewey, 3b;
Harris, If; Thompson, cf; Gates, Tf
SMITH WILL GO IX
BUSINESS FOR HI3ISELP
Mr. J. C. Smith has decided to en
ter into business for himself about
the middle of June in the Carlisle
-drug store west of the courthouse.
Mr. Smith has been a resident of
Ocala for the past nine years, during
which time he has been with the A.
E. Burnett jewelry store,- giving his
attention almost solely to the repair
department. He has gained the rep reputation
utation reputation of being a most thorough
workman and an always polite and
The new establishment will be de devoted
voted devoted entirely to repair and man manufacturing
ufacturing manufacturing until late in the fall, at
which time a complete stock of jew jewelry
elry jewelry and kindred merchandise will be
Mr. Smith's personal popularity,
connected with his excellent reputa reputation
tion reputation as a finished workman in his
chosen line of business, Is bound' to
secure for him a good share of the
public patronage of this and adlnin-
ing communities, and the Star wishes
The following weather report is
furnished the Star every afternoon
by Mr. F. G. B. Welhe, local report reporter
er reporter for the weather bureau operated
by the United States department of
agriculture, showing maximum and
minimum temperature and rainfall
during the twenty-four hours end ending
ing ending at 3 p. m.:
Max. MIn. R. F.
March average. .74 48 .03
April average.. 81 60 .09
May! .87 65 .02
May 2 81 61
May 3........ 85 51
May 4... 85 55 .':
May o. ... .... .85 55
May 6. ....... .87 61.
May 1 ... .90 61
May 8. ....... .89 60
May 9 ,87 .68
May 10 83 63
May 11. ...... .88 53 ..
May 12. ..... .88 60
May 13. ... . ;86- 62
May 14 93 '' 63 .
May 15 . .90 69 .45
May 16. . ... .68 94 .49
May 17....... 94 66
May 18. .84 67
May 19 .81 67 .10
May 20. ...... .77 62 .03
May 21.. 81 60 ..
May 22. .... .82 59
May 23 83 59
May 24. 87 60 ..
May 25 92 65
May 26 .90 70
May 27. ......89 68 .14
May 28 .89 64
Forecast for Tonight and Tomorrow
Generally fair tonight and Friday
etcept showers in south and extreme
New York, May 28.- Turpentine.
48; rosin $4 to $4-10. ?
BREAD AND MEAT,
Chicago, May 28. July wheat
1 86; pork $20.05; lard $9.80; ribs
New York, May 28. Cotton point
lower to twelve points higher; later
turning easier. May sold for 14.23,
July 13.08, October 12.78.
STOCKS AND BONDS
New York May 2 8. Stock trading
light, generally a fraction lower.
General motors two points lower.
WENT TO LAKE WEIR
i, An A. C. L. special train of five
coaches and a baggage car left at 8
o'clock this morning for Lake Weir,
loaded with children and some of the
older folks, bound to have a grand
old picnic by the side of the most
beautiful sheet of water in Florida.
Conductor Robertson was In
charge of the train and Trainmaster
Reitzel was aboard. Engine No. 19
with Martin Engle of High Springs
in the cab, headed the procession.
Secretary Rooney and the boy
scouts went along to protect the pic
"About a year ago. my three boys
had whooping cough and I ; found
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the
only one that -would relieve their
coughing and whooping spells. I
continued this treatment and was
surprised to find that It cured the
disease in a very short time," writes
Mrs. Archie Dalrymple, Crooksville,
Ohio. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
POLITICIANS INVADE PEDRO
,The largest attended night meet meeting
ing meeting of the campaign was that at
Pedro last night.
The candidates and their boosters
began to arrive, in the neighborhood
during the afternoon, and at 8
o'clock, the time set for the meeting
at the school house, the speakers
were nearly all on hand.
,Mr. George Lovell, committeeman
of the precinct, was master of cere ceremonies,
monies, ceremonies, and announced that each
speaker was to have ten minutes in
which to tell those present of his
many qualifications for the office to
which he aspired. When the cam campaign
paign campaign first opened this would have
been sufficient time for nearly all of i
them, as they seldom took more than
three minutes and forty-seven sec
onds to say all that they hadn't for forgotten
gotten forgotten of the well studied speeches
arranged for the occasion. It Is
different now, however, and the
chairman had trouble on his hands
trying to hold the orators within
their time limit.
Those missing from roll call on
this occasion were Messrs. Moor Moor-head
head Moor-head and Ayer for assessor, and
Messrs. Smith and Hutchlns for
commissioner second district, Barlow
and -Luffman for commissioner fifth
district, Fort for commissioner fourth
district, Nettles for member school
board second district.
All were given a most careful
hearing, and if the voters of the pre
dnct don't vote just as the candi
dates think they should on next
Tuesday it will not he because their
claims were not eagerly and con
scientiously absorbed during the eve
- More than a. dozen non-aspirants
were on hand from Ocala, and from
immediately adjoining precincts
there was quite a scattering repre
sentation. ; 'r
Many ladies of the community
graced the affair with their pres
ence. v ..' ; .. ;-t
. w an opportunity to convince yoa that thb ctrc. cc:
- w uuuiuuua can acio you lUCTCsi ttsVT o
yuw uusiness grow, wiu yoa crant ua the opportunity ?
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Capital, Scrplcs ana PrcCirs CC3.CCD.C3.
ACTIVE U S. DEPOSITARY,
JNO. L. EDWARDS, President. CLARENCE CAMP, Vt&tzzr7T
H. D STOKES, Cashier V-"
VJ. VJ. VJC2D
C L. ANDERSON
Corottgccflors aimdl.IBoiiiiIIii!3i?3. U i'W
Plans, SpectficaUons and EoUnaleo Fornloal ca Ap-!Iscca
QUALITY IS OUn MOTTO. ASU OUQ CUSTOMERS.""
Room 8 Merchant's Block.
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye J
Ear, Aose and Throat. Office, Law
Library Bnilding, Ocala. Adv.
If you have a skeleton in your
closet, that's the place for It.
INDIGESTION? CAST EAT? NO
A treatment of Electric Bitters
ncreases your aDDetite : stous indi
gestion; you can eat everything. A
reai spring tonic for liver, kidney j
ana stomach ; troubles. Cleanses
your whole system and vo fp?i fln
Electric Bitters did more for Mr
i. .D. -Feeble s stomach troubles than
any medicine he ever tried. f5t
bottle today. 50c and $1 at vnnr
druggist. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for
eczema. d 2
dly, Tues, Thurs, and Fri. and Wkly.
You Don't Know
; Until you have tried
Keinz Baked Beans
Special by the dozen for
this week only
No. 1 tins nOc....S1.02
No. 2 tins (15c) ...$1.56
No. 3 tins (20c) $2.16
Good to Eat:
Ready to Serve.
0. K. Teapot Grocery
PIIOXKS '16 and 174
New Idea for Cotton.
Prom spruce wood duId a French in
ventor has made a fabric resembling
couon ana equally capable of bleach bleaching
ing bleaching and dyeing.
COUGHED FOR THREE YEARS
"I am a lover of your godsend to
namamty and science. Your medi medicine,
cine, medicine, Dr. King's, New Discovery cur cured
ed cured cough of three year's standing,"
says Jennie Flemming of New Dover,
Ohio. Have you an annoying cough?
Is it stubborn and won't yield to
treatment? Get a 50 cent bottle of
Dr. King's New Disonvrv tnrtaxr
What it .3id for Jennte Plemm in r t
will do for you, no matter how stub-
Dorn you cough mar be. it tnn a
cough and stops throat and lung
trouble. Relief or monev hart snn
and $1 at your druggist. Bucklen's
Arnica Salve for oimnles H i
dly. Tues, Thure, and Fri. and Wkly.
Some men attract no more atten
tion than a thermometer on a pleas
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
AVAXTED Clean cotton rags at
the Star office.
FOR. SALE Remington typewriter,
No. 10; visible writer: in perfect J
condition m every respect. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Star office, r 4-28-tf
TO HIRE A young man wants to
hire himself out as a teamster.
-Apply at the Star office.
FOR SALE Modern bungalow in
Lin wood Heights. Inquire pf the
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. 5-1 5 tf
FOR RENT Bungalow on Oklawa-
ha avenue; seven rooms; water,
electric lights, gas, etc. ; good
garage. Apply to Leon Fishel at
Fishel & Son's store on North
Magnolia street. 5-27-6tf
III Yoh Uanll a Bdfco
Poultry Farm. Dairy, Truck Farm, a sub-division, a suburban
flomc iana to cut into smaller tracts for suburban homes, to ro ro-sell
sell ro-sell now at more money. IP ,rou TTAJST TO EUT, just investi investigate
gate investigate the following 20 acre lapipoved Good farm. Are room hcrra,
u, pouiuy nouse, wagon shed, 2 tenement or servant houses
an new. ail farm Implements, growing ctods as follows: l
peanuts, good; 5 acres corni 3 acres sweet corn, l acre Irfci pct-
.ues, nu acre sweet potatoes, plants for more; orange grapefruit,
peach, grapes 1-8 acre fine strawberries.- House and all ready to
move Into. Property lies 1 miles from court house and has a
total irontage on two hard roads jt over half a mile. This will
be sold within thirty days at somefondy's price.. Make ram 3
offerand lt me show, you the property. r v ;
PHONES 285 AND 244
WANTED Boy from 16 to 18 years
old to assist with correspondence
and office work. Steady position.
Apply at English Woolen Mills,
Cam building. 5-2 7-6 1
FOR SALE- Strictly first class
team of mules. Apply at Star of office.
fice. office. 5-19-tf
lecMe Foe 2-..
WANTED Subscribers of the Star ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
iu ten meir neignoors or tne plan l '-kt. . .. .
now in force for giving cash cou-1
pons to subscribers. 5-20-tf ooara OI PUDI1C instruction for the
county of Marlon, state of Florida,
X o-28-tf dly
I. E. CHACE
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
L. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Ban
KEEP THE BOWEL MOVEMENT
Dr. King's New Life Pills kfn th
siomacn, liver ana Kidneys In heal
ny conaiuon. Rid the bodv of nn ic
on and waste. ImnrovA vnnr rnm
plexion by flushlng the liver and kid
neys. "1 got more relief frnm rTi
oox of Dr. King's New Life Pills thn
any medicine I ever triAd." save fr
E. Hatfield, Chicago, 111. 25c, at
your aruggist. ad 3
dly, Tues, Thurs, and Fri. and Wkly.
J. E. FRAMPTON
formerly of Lamar, Mo., is now
located in Ocala. Expert work
guaranteed. References given. Call
or address 229 Daugherty Street,
WANTED 10Q MEN to Join the until 2 o'clock p. m.. June 5. 1914.
Brotherhood Baraca Class, city will rivA m.ta,i'ki4. -i.
hum, -way 4i,.iw:itt a. m. SSee K. Hon nf 9n rin tn t
""v school building, and plumbing of
oat tt . said addition, situated In the city of
u ifr6e uors m Ocala. Florida, accordine to nisns
good condition; one good work and specifications prepared by Mc-
u,. yia umuer auppiy Iver & MacKay, which will be on file
Company. 5-23-tf ln the offioe of the superintendent of
"" ; public instruction at the Marlon
FOUNI A large bird dog; white county courthouse, in Ocala, Florida,
with large red spots; a crook In on and after May 9, 1914, copies of
ena or tan. call at Waldron's which may be obtained from the ar
Market- 522-6t chitects by making deposit for same
: I at their office in Ocala. Florida. TUA
FOR RENT- Furnished rooms for may be made for either the ratfnn
housekeeping, or two large bed of said addition, or the plumbing of
rooms with connecting bath. All same, separately, or bids may be
modern conveniences. One block made for both Jointly. A deposit. In
north of postoffice, on Main street, the form of a certified check In th
Apply at Star office or phone No. sum of five per cent of the amount
-o. 5-Z3-tr I thereof much aprnmnanr m vt
The said beard reserves the right to
i, n. p. o. ix
FOR SALE Double oven five bur- reject any or all bids. Bids should
ner gas range; upright Everett oe mailed to J. .H. Brinson, secre-
piano; cheap fo rcash. Address tary, Ocala, Florida.
B., care Star. 5-18-tf The Board of Public Instruction for
the County of Marion, State of
Florida, By J. H. Brinson.
FOR RENT two or three furnish
ed rooms; conveniently located
two blocks from court house; rent
reasonable. Call phone 77, or ap- j
ply 206 North Main, or McLucas,
Ocala House Barber Shop. 28-6t
FOR A TORPID LIVER
"I have used Chamberlain's Tab
lets off and on for the past six years
whenever my liver shows siras of
FOR RENT A seven room house in being in a disordered condition. They
best residential part of city; with have always acted Quickly and riven
all modern conveniences. Apply, me the desired relief writes Mr
to 609 East Second street. or'F. H. Trubus, Springfield. N. Y. For
phone 97. 5-28-Ct sale by all dealers. Adv.
OCALA LODGE NO.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in" each month. .Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
v .David S. Williams, E. R.
Joseph Bell. Secretary. ; AoV
TI"PE WRITER FOR SALE
. A: Remington typewriter. No. 10:
visible writing, in v perfect condition
In every respect. ,? Apply at fet-r of-
'1-' : .. i
mSFZHJL' f PeJy safe to us us-and
and us-and has been of such great help to a
bOSt Of CXlMOlBfl
C mothers, these wo-
period, advise the
e of '3fother
- Applied externally
to the abdominal
muscles its purpose
is to relieve the
the cords and lfamnts wmium' .......
muscular expansion. Beneath the sur surface
face surface IS a network nf Una nnr UrmmAm
and the aentle, soothing- embrocation.
ourer nena." is designed to so
rubricate the muscular fibres as to avoid
the unnecessary and continuous nacxtnr.
pon tbls myriad of n'rres. Applied to
the b resets it afford th r,-.
to nrcrent esklnr
- There Is scarcely a well-stocked drus
store anywhere but what you can easily
obtabi a bottle of Tother'a Friend" and
In nearly every town and village Is a
grandma who herself used it Jn earlier
years- .Expectant mothers are urzed to
try this splendid assistant assistant-Mother's
Mother's assistant-Mother's Friend has been t
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tury Send for valuable flttie book ft