ARMS FOR CONSTITUriONALISTS WILL
REACH TAMPICO THIS AFTERNOON
UrJCLE SAM EVIDEIITLY IVAIiTS HUERTA TO HAVE
TO USE UP HIS GERf,1AII ALlLlUHITIOd
Xew York, June 10. It was an announced
nounced announced from the offices of the Ward
Line Steamship Company today that
the steamer AntMIa, with 3,000,000
1 rounds of ammunition, a machine
f, uu auu a. u ci upiaue, lui nit; .uei-
Ican rebels, will reach Tampico late
this afternoon and be unloaded un unless
less unless unexpected opposition develops.
The United States government has
not informed the Ward company
that the cargo would be intercepted.
FEDERAL DELEGATES YIELD TO
PRESSURE AT XFAfiARA
A V FALLS .
Niagara Falls, June 10. The
problem of the -establishment f. a
provisional government for Mexico
1 the subject of the mediation con
ferences today and Is proving the
most difficult point yet approached
toy the diplomats The Mexican dele
gates are standing, firmly against
the suggestion from the American
delegates that Garranza be allowed
to dominate the provisional organi
zation. It is understood, however,
that they are being gradually per
suaded to yield this point rather
than jeopardize the chances -for a
vitJjA'm aircv rniv srwiv in
XACATECAS TO THE LIST
OF THEIR VICTORIES
Torreon, June .10 Constitutional Constitutionalist
ist Constitutionalist dispatches today state that the
federal outDOSts at Zaeateeas swer
driven back in great disorder, lcav-
llng 150 dead and many wounded on
r il al.i s mm
me neia. general vma ana nis sian
arrived last night.
BIG MILL BURNED
Hundred Thousand Dollar Fire at
7 Dublin, Georgia
Dublin. Ga.. June 10. The
Oconee .River Cotton Mills were
burned tbis morning. The loss will
total If ofe.000, partly covered by in insuranceThe
suranceThe insuranceThe cause of the fire has
not been determined.
DeLuxe Initial correspondence
.cards, the very latest out, at the
mrt Pharmacy. 6-6-Ct
SAME OLD STORY
, Teacher Can anyone tell me who are citizens of the United States?
Johnnie Anyone born on Uncle Sam's territory 21 years ago or any foreigner who has lived here long enough and has taken the oath of allegiance.
Teacher Correct. Now tell me who of our citizens are wholly of partly disfranchised? JohnnieOur women, our convicts and men who own no real estate.
Teacher Correct. Now Johnnie, can you tell me why they do not vote?
; Johnnie Our forefathers thought our mothers too pure and good to mix in politics, and our convicts too bad; our law makers think that no man who does not
own a portion of old mother earth has a right to vote on Bond issues for public improvements. For instance, a man lives in Florida and the state should vote for
bonds to build a highway, and he owned no real estate, he would not be allowed a vote; or if he lives in Marion County, and owns no real estate in this county, he
could not vote for county bonds, for hard roads or other improvements; or, if he lived in the City of Ocala, and is not a freeholder, as bad as we need strests. a sew sewerage
erage sewerage system and a larger electric light plant, and we should vote for bonds fcr these purposes, he would be disfranchised.
Teacher Now, Johnnie, can you tell me how a man with only a little money can own a piece of real estate? :
Johnnie No Mam; but B. H. Seymour can. His office is in the Cam Building at 21 North Magnolia Street.
MERCURY 103 IX METROPOLIS
, Detroit, June 10. Ten are dead
and hundreds are in the hospitals as
a result of the last three days' tor torrid
rid torrid heat. Several of the big auto automobile
mobile automobile factories are considering a
suspension of all operations an ac account
count account of the prostration of so many
of the employees. The temperature
yesterday reached 105 degrees.
Soaring Mercury in North and West
Causes the Greatest Suffering
Chicago, June 10. Fourteen have
succumbed to the past four days
terrific heat, which continues un unabated
abated unabated today. Seven deaths, and a
hundred or more prostrations were
reported during the last twenty-four
hours.- Yesterday was the 'hottest
June day for 42 years. The tempera temperature
ture temperature of 9 0 to over 100 degrees cov covers
ers covers the entire country with the ce n n-tral
tral n-tral and western states the keenest
sufferers. Many people are spending
the nights in public parks and on
the lake beaches.
riOQS EVE LT-V7I L LAI1 D
TWO .POPULAR YOUNG '-AMERI
CANS WEDDED IN MADRID
Mairi3, June 10. The civil cere ceremony
mony ceremony uniting in marriage Belle
Wyatt Willar'd, the daughter of the
American ambassador to Spain, and
Kermit Roosevelt, was performed to today
day today at the prefecture of police's of office,
fice, office, Buena Vista district. The re religious
ligious religious ceremony will be performed
tomorrow. The official witnesses
were the Duke of Alba and Senor
We highly recommend Rexall Nice
for excessive perspiration. 25 cents
at Gerig's drug store. 6-2
LOTS SOLD IN THE LAST TWO
OCALA FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10,
MANY LIVES LOST HI A
Xew York, June 10. Seven lost
their lives, six were fatally burned
and nine persons were seriously in injured
jured injured in a fire that swept a five five-story
story five-story tenement at No. SO Essex
street early, this morning.
MISS SHAPIRO'S PRESENCE OF
The lives of 200 others were sav saved
ed saved by Miss Cecelia Shapiro, who
discovered the fire and ran scream screaming
ing screaming the alarm through the hallways.
Most of the injured were hurt by
jumping. The dead and Injured are
nearly all foreigners.
Fire Chief DeVanny was injured
while trying to rescue victims.
THE ROYAL FAMILY
OF ENGLAND ARE CONTRIBUT
ING COIN TO ADVANCE
London, June 10. Aa examina
tion of the books and -documents
seize dyesterday iin a Taid upon the
suffragette's secret iieadquarters,
disclose the astounding fact that
several members of the royal family
have been contributing' to the mill-
tant fund. Among them are the
Prince of Whales, Dutchess of Teck,
Princess Arthur of Connaught, the
Princess Alexandria and Princess
Christian. Even Queen Mary offer
ed a contribution but the militants
refused to receive it. Some of these
contributions amounted practically
to black mail to escape attack. It Is
said, whfle others contributed -thru
sympathy for the cause.
NORTH CAROLINA HONORS
HEROINES OF THE WAR
Raleigh, X. C, June 10. A mon monument
ument monument erected to the honor of the
North Carolina women of the Con Confederacy
federacy Confederacy was unveiled today. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands of visitors and veterans were
present at the ceremonies, .which
were beautiful and impressive.
CARD OF THANKS
FROM MR. H ITCH INS
I want to thank the goo I .people of
Marion county for the hearty sup support
port support they gave me in the June pri primary.
mary. primary. I feel under many obliga
tions to them all, and I will do all
in my power to make as good com commissioner
missioner commissioner as I can. and try and see
that no one will regret the support
they gave me. I am.
Yours very respectfully.
J. T. Hutchins.
When you want the neatest thing
out in fancy stationery,, ask to see
bur Tokyo note paper. The Court
IIEl'J VOI BLAZE THIS
AT Ui FOIL
Senator Fletcher Busy Trying to Re Restore
store Restore Stricken Items to the River
and Harbor Bill
Washington, June 10. Since his
return here Senator Fletcher has
been canvassing among the individ individual
ual individual Senators looking .to a restora restoration
tion restoration of the Florida items that were
stricken out of the rivers and harbor
bill. I believe," said he, "that all
! of the important items will be restor-
j ed to the bill either by amendment
In the Senate or in conference. I
consider this an entirely safe predic
MR. CARNEY REPLIES
TO MR. STRIPLING
Editor Star: Some of the boys
die hard, and as you say are "tutn "tutn-myaching"
myaching" "tutn-myaching" badly.
Now, one W. W. Stripling, who
ran for tax collector In our recent
primary1 and -was ejected to take a
back seat, away back, sees fit (whilst
trying to dust his clothes off from
being walloped) to critjcise my ad administration
ministration administration of the tax collector's of office
fice office whilst I was an incumbent near nearly
ly nearly four years ago. 'As you have given-his
article space I beg the same
courtesy for this reply.
Mr. Stripling .gives two reasons
for his recent candidacy for tax col collector,
lector, collector, namely: Wanting a more re remunerative
munerative remunerative job than the one he now
has, but mainly to right the great
wrong done the Marion county peo people
ple people by closing the tax books, as the
Mr. Stripling has sprung nothing
new. This same old ammunftion
was wasted some years ago, when I
was in office. It was then thrashed
out and the people stood by me for
Iny adherence to the law and from
fcthe results of the recent primary the
people seem to be of the same opin opinion
ion opinion now as they were when I was in
the office. This worn out appeal
to the dear people, voiced by a new
man, Mr. Stripling, has never "been
able to arrest the attention of but a
few disgruntled, ne'er-do-wells, but
not the ears of the sensible business
I went into the tax collector's of
fice under oath. I determined to
comply with every law on the sta statutes,
tutes, statutes, that had any bearing on the
tax collector's office. This I did.
Section 50 of the revenue law
reads as follows:
"If the taxes on any real estate
shall not be paid before April 1st of
any year the tax collector shall ad advertise
vertise advertise "and sell in the manner fol following,"
lowing," following," etc.
This Is the law and no arbitrary
ruling of mine and the -man who
does not carry out this law, as near
WEEKS; $25 DOWN, $10 A MONTH.
SUFFRAGE IS THE GAUSE 0F OlTTEtl D3-
SEoio at mm
TWELFTH DDL SESSION OF HIE OEL'ERAL FECEM:
PROMISES All lilTEEESO Til
as possible, violates the oath he has
taken, when assuming the duties of
tax collector. This law also provides
that the sale of these delinquent
taxes shall take place on the first
Monday in June of each year, and
further that this sale list shall be
published for five consecutive weeks
prior to the sale. This leaves only
about three weeks within -which to
make out this list and get it into the
hands of the printer. This work is
very exacting. and the least error Is
charged tip to the collector and he,
not the state, has to pay the printer.
The tax collector can't afford to make
many of these blunders and it is
well that the law provides time lor
him to do this work.
Two of the three weeks just men
tiohed above are generally required
to write receipts for money that is
in letters on hand April 1st and not
receipted for on account of the great
rush of taxpayers in person, just
prior to the closing ; of the books.
One season I had several hundred of
these letters on hand April 1st and
from which I collected over 130,000
for state and county and no five per
cent, was ever charged by me on
In fact, to use a street expression,
Mr. Stripling is simply "talking thru
his hat" when making some of his
statements. The tax collector never
gets any five per cent, commission
out of this advertisement unless a
sale actually takes place. Five weeks
prior to the sale the public has the
right to stop the sale of any piece
of land by simply paying the print
er's cost and in some seasons one
half of the advertised lands are not
sold, taxes having been paid before
date of sale.
But remember, in such cases, the
tax collector only gets his regular
one and one-half per cent, commis
sion, the same as for writing the
usual tax receipt, and not one cent
does he get for all the trouble he
has gone to in writing up this -list
for the printer.
The law further provides that the
registration officer's books must
close at a certain time, that the poll
taxes must be paid before a certain
date, If you wish to become a quali qualified
fied qualified elector. Why doe3 Mr. Strip Stripling
ling Stripling not criticise the registration of officer
ficer officer or tax collector for not extend extending
ing extending these dates? The laws covering
these last instances are not more
specific nor mandatory than the laws
covering the closing of the tax books
on a certain date.
If Mr. Stripling had the business
acumen that a man should have who
aspires to serve the people as tax
Chicago, June 10. A most bitter
fight is on today on the womam
suffrage question. When the twelfth
biennial convention of the General
Federation of Women's Clubs open open-ed
ed open-ed here in the auditorium, a sharp
debate was anticipated. Most of the
delegates came nninstrncted.
If T m
jub. mtktkj rcuiij uacKcr, presi
dent of the General Federation, ap approves
proves approves of woman suffrage. Mrs.
Fitzpa trick, president of the Georgia!
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collector of such a county as oar'
great aurion, he vould realize the
fceesjiry 'for laws, covering all of the
above matters and the laws strictly
adhered to. Mr. Stripling says that
he ha3 reached middle age and Inti
mates he has saved up nothing. Who
is to blame for this? The people of
Marion county? If so, how and why?
He in no way has contributed to the'
upDuuaing or the county, except his
one dollar poll tax, which goes to the
school fund. Not one cent has he
paid to good roads or other good
works; so far as I know. The tax:
uuu&s tuuw uv lues viiucr nsw or
person except poll tax, being paid by
VWj. 1- A -1.1
Mr. Stripling in Marlon; though he
ha3 lived in the county for many
Not as much as a washboard,
spider or dish-rag does the tax as assessor
sessor assessor assess him with, yet this man.
taxes, except his poll tax, proffers
his advice about the county's busi business
ness business matters and wanted to handle
about $140,000 each year of, the'
state and county funds. But the
people said nay. v
In conclusion will say that, the
state comptroller, state auditor and
board of county commissioners com commended
mended commended my work whilst I was in the
tax collector's officer But the best
of all. the 'people said they were sat satisfied
isfied satisfied and continued to give me the
job, so long as I asked for It. This
evidence of good will and confidence
of the people of this county I ap appreciate
preciate appreciate and value most highly.
Respectfully, E. L. -Carney.
A full line of Spalding baseball
goods just in at Gerig's Reliable
Drug Stores. 5-16-tf
Just, received, another carload of
tomato cans. The Marlon Hardware
Company. 5-3 0-1 2t
Advertise in the Star for results.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1014
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
MR. COLBERT DISPUTES
31 R. STRIPLING'S FIGURES
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
O. R. Carroll, General Manager port V. Leaven good, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
Due year, In advance. -, $5.00
tlx months, in ad ranee. . 2.5
fhree months, In advance .1.25
One month, Jx advance . . .50
When Teddy Roosevelt is in
Europe, he chums with the kings.
Teddy is an ace himself.
The Times-Union fiercely asserts
that Huerta has the right to block
ade Tamplco if he sees fit. Huerta's
rights are like everybody else's
rightsain't worth a darn where he
hasn't the power to enforce them,
Harry Brown's Record nibs its
bands and says St. Augustine will
soon rejoice in a new sky line. Very
good, Harry; but some of us will
ever kindly cherish the mellow old
sky line that we used to view from
All the country .has for the last
generation blamed the United States
Senate for talking too much, but
now comes the Columbia State and
says the House of Representatives
does not talk enough. Heaven de
The Tampa Times is of the opin
ion that the "A. B. C." mediators,
that is, Argentine, Brazil and Chile,
butted in more with the idea v of
trying to check American influence
ln,: Mexico than from any genuine
desire to preserve peace. Which is
what the Star supposed at first.
ill. C. Sparkman, one of the
smartest newspaper men in the
state, and for the last year and a
quarter secretary to Claude IEngle,
-wHJ soon take editorial charge of
the Orlando Sentinel. This has al al-".ways
".ways al-".ways been a good paper, and we ex expect
pect expect to see Hugh keep it up to the
'The Marion County Board of
Trade, thru Secretary Rooney, who
is an ex-railroad man of large ex experience,
perience, experience, has done excellent service
ito the fruit and vegetable growers
" this season, in helping to route
pickup cars for produce and com compiling
piling compiling and sending out handy blanks,
charts and schedules, for the ship shippers
pers shippers 4o use In both freight and ex ex-T.
T. ex-T. press. Copies of these blanks and
olUer advice can be obtained at any
"tlme from the secretary and will be
of greater use than ever during the
melon and cantaloupe rush. In this
alone, the Board of Trade has more
than repaid the people of Marion for
all their expense in supporting it.
"Mr. F. M. Runnels, secretary of
the Gainesville board of trade, in informs
forms informs Secretary Rooney that there
-will not be any 4th of July celebra celebration
tion celebration this year In his town. He also
acknowledges receipt of the Marion
County Fair premium list, -which he
will turn over to the secretary of
the Alachua Fair Association.
Gainesville has been very solicitous
not to conflict with the 4th of July
celebration that we wont have this
year, A little of the same solici solicitude
tude solicitude to prevent conflict with the
fair that we will have in November
would be of more service.
Its the Star's opinion the county
commissioners should put a number
of simple but comfortable benches
binder the trees on the courthouse
lawn. It is a sad fact that our city
is almost entirely destitute of pub public
lic public resting places, and benches
enough to accommodate two or
three hundred people would be a
.great benefit, particularly to the
country people on v rule and court
-days. They have no place to go on
such occasions, and many of them
are very uncomfortable standing in
the, courthouse corridors or on the
sidewalks. Benches would also be
a benefit to the town people about
-nine months in the year. They
would muss up the grass some, but
the comfort of one citizen is worth
a whole lot of grass.
The Star has received a set of
' resolutions passed by the Scottish
Rite Masons of Colorado in regard
to the labor troubles In that state
which resulted in United States
troops being called in to restore
order. The said resolutions put the
blame for the trouble on the strik
ers and defend the state troops. In
. regard to the so-called Ludlow mas mas-sacre,
sacre, mas-sacre, the Masons say there was no
uch occurrence that the lives lost
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, In advance.... 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One monfh, in advance. ... .80
were in a camp maintained contrary
to all sense between the station of
the state troops and the position of
the strikers, for which loss of life
the strikers, who opened and main
tained fire on the state troops were
responsible, causing two women
and eleven children to be smother
ed in a hole In which they sought
refuge from the cross-fire ; and
when the members of the national
guard found that women and child
ren were in danger, they -risked
their lives In rescuing a number of
them from similar holes. The high
standing of the Scottish Rite Mas
ons all over the world give their
statements great weight.
The Star gives much of its space
this week to the article of ex-
Governor Stubbs on government
ownership of transportation lines
published last week in the Saturday
Evening Post. There is so much of
it borne "out by the experience of
our own people that, in spite of its
length, almost fourteen columns,
we reproduce it in full. We often
hear American railroad enterprises
spoken of in the highest terms, but
with all the advantages that have
beeq given to railroads in America
- more public land than there is in
any European nation except Russia
with franchises and donations in
numerable, and a hold on the gov
ernments, state and nation, greater
than that possessed by any other in
fluence, It must be evident to any
thinking man that but Tot the waste
and greed of their owners, the rail railroads
roads railroads of America would now be in
position to give the public Infinitely
better service. Public ownership
of all utilities Is steadily coming,
and Governor Stubbs article fully
gives the reasons why It should.
Mr. I. H. Bradshaw, a live com
mission man from Norfolk, Va., who
has been a guest of the Moore House,
left Ocala in his car at 5 o'clock
Sunday morning. He went by the na
tional highway thru Live Oaferr and
ate breakfast Monday morning in
Atlanta. He couldn't have- done
much better if he had gone on the
PUTTING THEORY IN PRACTICE
Little Denmark Shows the Whole
World How to Teach a Mnch
Editor Star: It is' beginning to
dawn upon a good many people that
the attempt to teach farming wholly
from text books is just about as
futile as an attempt would be to
teach manual training without tools
or a work shop. In scientific farm farming
ing farming the school must come first and
no teaching can be practical until
each pupil has a plot of ground to
apply what Is taught. The young
pupil will learn and remember facts
about animal and plant life longer
than the facts in any other, branch
of science that is taught in the com
mon schools, if along with the teach-
ng he can apply them. One writer
has said: "The soil is the ultimate
employer of all industry and the
greatest source of all wealth. It is
the universal banker. The need of
its conservation transcends in value
all others combined."
The world still looks in wonder at
what Denmark has done. Its area
is about twice that of Massachusetts.
It is occupied by more than 2,500,-
000 people. The peninsular of Jut
land was originally a land of infer inferior
ior inferior fertility. What has been done
with it? Denmark is now called the
"model farm of Europe." Its exports
of horses, cattle, bacon and lard, but
ter and eggs amounted in -1 9 0 8 to
near $89,000,000. The export bus
iness alone amounts to about $9 per
acre of farm land in addition to the
All this Denmark has accomplish
ed through its schools and the sys system
tem system of rural credits that enables the
landless man to become a land own
er. It has been of as much benefit
to the banker and the city as the
farmers themselves. There was very
little banking done in Denmark in
the old days. Now exports and in
ternal trade have created a great
David H. Kirkland
Produces Figures of His Own from
the Records of Several
To the Democratic Voters of Ma Marion
rion Marion County and the General Public
at Large: I do not want to have a
newspaper controversy with Mr.
Stripling or any one else, but when
a man makes flagrant misstatements
as did -Mr. Stripling, in recent issues
of the Star and Banner, openly .and
above beard accusing me absolutely
falsely of graft, then I think a man
has a right to act upon the defensive
and along thi3 line only will I reply.
I flatly deny that any were not al allowed
lowed allowed the privilege of paying their
taxes between the first of April and
sales day, and I defy any living per person
son person to prove to the contrary.
Since the time for making sale,
without regard to what any other
tax collector does, and the compen compensation
sation compensation of the office is fixed by the
laws of Florida, I have just acted as
a servant of the people of Marlon
county In the execution of these
I want to refer to that part of Mr.
Stripling's letter as briefly as possi possible
ble possible wrhere he accounts for the raise
in the number of tax sale certificates
in 1913 over 1912. The number of
certificates vary a great deal each
year and if Mr. Stripling had In Intended
tended Intended to be fain with the people he
would have taken an average basis
instead of picking out two years
only. For instance, the maximum
so far as records in the tax collec
tor's office disclose, was reached in
the sale of 1898 for taxes of 1897,
which amounted to 4972 certificates.
Then I understand that neither the
tax books nor office were closed on
The average tax sales certificates
issued for seven years including the
taxes of 1896 to 1902 was 3298 cer
tificates per year. During this period
the tax collector's office, I am told,
was not closed. W'hile the minimum
of 84 6 tax sale certificates was reach
ed In the tax sale of 1911 for 1910
taxes by your humble servant with
the office closed promptly on the first
day of April. For the ten years in including
cluding including the taxes of 1903 to 1912
the average was 1145 certificates
per year. Now, pray tell me under
which condition was there a saving
tor the taxpayers of Marlon county?
f deny -having done this- from any
selfish motive. I have given the
dutfes of the tar collector's office
careful and persistent study wftlr
the sole object In view of giving the
people of Marion county the nros
speedy and efficient service possible.
Again thanking the people of Marion
county for the large rote given me
on the1 7th of June, thereby en
dorsing my poliey and as far- as ft
Iieth in my power, T shall serve alt
the people Impartially, efficiently
and as speedily as possible.
Yours very truly,
WY L Colbert, Tax Collector.
ANOTHER" BIG CONTRACT
FOR FLORIDA TITLE PEOPLE
The Florida Title & Abstract Cor
poration have recently closed a con contract
tract contract with the Lake County Land
Owners Association, ; of Fruitland
Park, Fla., for the issuance of poli
cies of title insurance an their lands
in Marion and Lake counties, aggre-j
gating about 17,000 acres. j
These policies will be issued on
the individual tracts as sold to the
buyers of the association and will
guarantee them against any loss
arising out of flaws or blemishes of
record in their title.
jAs showing the regard in which
title insurance Is held in the Hast
and North,, we quote from a recent
letter received by the Florida Title
& Abstract Corporations from a prom prominent
inent prominent attorney in Cleveland, OMo:
"I bave just received your circular
relative to the Florida Title & Ab
stract Corporation, and while it is
not possible for me to invest in any
of the stock, I do want to congratu
late you on the move you have made
toward putting the titles of land on
a sound basis. One of the greatest
drawbacks to many persons invest
ing in land in your state is the fear
of the validity of the title, as so
many have been defrauded by un unscrupulous
scrupulous unscrupulous agents. An organization
such as you are undoubtedly about
to consumate will give confidence to
purchasers and will be undoubtedly
a great aid in the development of
your already prosperous state."
This is one of many large con
tracts the Florida Title & Abstract
Corporation has taken on lately, and
which they are equipped to handle
better than any other abstract com
pany in the state.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LAiS
Part ridge-Woodrow Company
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-1 3 -t
We make special prices to girls'
canning clubs. The Marion Hard
ware Company. 5-3 0-1 2 1
9 TO 12 A. 31. .During these three hours we will sell Ladies Untrim-
med Hat Shapes all colors and styles, values from $2 to
13.50 at, each .
10 TO 12 A. 31. During
11 TO 12 A. 31. During this hour we will sell Fast Colored Dress
Crepe, in all the newest patterns, goods we are sell selling
ing selling dally at 10 and 12 cents per yard at,: per
yard . . ....... . .
h AecoiMt ol Esttreize fom Prte
We reserve fe rijjM to Mil panl!te
LdDdDK AT TDflE WDRJEDdDW
Our Store Closes at ONE O'CLOCK cn TFJUQSDAYS.
Please do your shopping before tnat time and cacoar cacoar-age
age cacoar-age other merchants to jive their cIctxs a ball holiday
This bank is always open unto 8
o'clock in the evening on Saturdays
and Mondays; on other days of the
week it closes at Z o'clock in the aft
ernoon, me banx win ooserve ail
legal holidays, both state and na national,
tional, national, and will remain closed on
George Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf
WOODMfc OP THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns always welcome. Adv.
. F. J. Burden, C C
Ch&s K. Sage, Clerk.
ROYAL, ARCH MASONS
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Simmons, H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad.
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Merchants Cafe. A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hoar. Adv.
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Nothing is omitted in rendering a service that b cordial,
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Make this your depository by starting a Checking Account.
TOE DECT LTJ
busH 2o a
these two hours we will sell 32 Inch
ored Woven Stripe Madras, suitable for
Shirts and Blouses, value 15 and "19 cents
. at .. .. ...
Mart oa County Abstraet Company
GHAHAM DnOTDEOS. Lessees,
First consideration and especial attention given to small traces.
FREE DELIVERY EVERY MORfOXG
Norrm sxagnolia otrzct
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CONCORDIA LODGS F. 7S. OF A.
Concordia ioage. Fraternal Union
of America, meets Ir Yonge's Hall
cm the second Thursaay evening of
ach month. Geo. I. Taylor, F.U.
Chaa. K. Sage. Secretary. id
Our fountain Is the pride of our
store. Gcrls, rcatU rct
Layer Calie c
ESTRAY NOTICE ;
On April 7th I took up n dark tzj
mare, Diind in one eye, both
feet scarred. Owner can Jum
by paying for this adrertiaefMnt
cost of keep. J. B. Stanley, Mcrci
ton, Fla. 6-3-Ua
Adrcrto ia fia Ca r;: rdr
THE OCALA EVELMNU ffrAK. WEDNESDAY, JCXK, 10, 1014
Silver Springs. June 9, Sailing
day for the Clyde ocean liners for
the next two weeks tabulates: The
Arapahoe Tuesday, June 9; the Le Lenape,
nape, Lenape, Thursday, June 11; the Mo Mohawk,,
hawk,, Mohawk,, Saturday, June 12; the Ap Ap-pache
pache Ap-pache Tuesday, June 16; the Arapa Arapahoe,
hoe, Arapahoe, Thursday, June 18; the Lenape
Saturday, June 20; the Mohawk,
Tuesday, June 23. Take your pick.
The Lenape and Mohawk have ac accommodations
commodations accommodations for v fir3t-elas3 and
steerage passengers only. V
The Apache and the Arapahoe
have accommodations for first-class,
intermediate and steerage passen passengers.
gers. passengers. V'.: ; ; '. -;
All water route via Oklawaha
river: Form party and charter the
City of Ocala and old day of the
week and sail for Palatka ; there
catch the Clyder Osceola in from
Sanford to Jacksonville and the next
morning you will arrive in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Take the 2 p. in. ocean ves vessel
sel vessel for New York.
The Princess Irene, from Welaka
via Connor, "to Arden, then to Blue
Roads, arriving Saturday.
The City of Ocala with Palatka
Union Sunday schools aboard, left
Blue 'Roads for. Alexander and Car Car-mlchael's
mlchael's Car-mlchael's ranch, Wednesday.
The freighter Sharpshooter, Capt.
E. L. Mills, arrived from Palatka
Saturday and then eteamed for Con Connor.
nor. Connor. The Oklawaha, the Lotus, the
Lena B., the Oregonian are in the
Tiger Ten purple waters.
The Captain 'McGuire has left
Hell's Half Acre and arrived; at
Brobery, in the Narrows.
The dredge Florida has passed the
landing of Brobery and is now dig digging
ging digging her way to Pinery.
Brobery is some twelve miles up
the Oklawaha river and so the Flori Florida
da Florida has finished this twelve miles of
the one hundred and seven of the
Oklawaha river project.
" Three of the smaller vessels in the
harbor here which are daily under
way, the Launa, 'the Isabel and the
The Royal Buck is out of commis commission.
sion. commission. The G. A. Carmichael, the new
freighter, has received, the water
line coat of paint and calking.
Shall urge that the new freighter,
be fitted with wireless to communi communicate
cate communicate with the Star's marine station
The Sharpshooter is ; due today
The City of Ocala sailed Sunday
for Delks Bluff.
' The Princess Irene, formerly the
Oregon III., arrived at -Connor.
I." The tender Welaka at Brobery,
the Ottawa is at Eureka, the Wan Wanderer
derer Wanderer to Jordan's Landing, above the
The Avenue of Kisses, the most
beautiful river archway just below
Alexander and just above the Gar Garden
den Garden of Arden, now has on the
bloom of June, and. in the parlors
there the birds go a-courting. This
Is the fairyland of Silver river.
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IHspatching, Yachting! Tugging,
Dredging, Freighting and
The bulk of the river fleet chang changed
ed changed basis last week and nine of the
vessels, which were the busiest
last week, will be very "pert" this
week, and they are: The Florida,
dredging; the Captain McGuire, snag snagging;
ging; snagging; the Princess Irene and Dolly
G., tugging; the Sharpshooter,
-freighting; the Sirius, the Lunette,
the Welaka, dispatching; the City of
Ocala, yachting. Captain Frank E.
Mathews commands the City of
Ocala, Captain Carl Mason com commands
mands commands the Welaka, Captain Maxie
J Cafe : i
I today. I
? 5-28-tf dly &
Mason commands the Princess Irene,
Captain Jensen commands the Dolly
G., Captain Riehards commands
the Captain McGuire, Captain J. P.
Shao is in ccmiani of tae Tlorida,
Captain E. L. Mills is in command of
the Sharpshooter, and the Sirius
and the Lunette are so far down in
the river fastness I know not who
their captains be. s .,.
Silver Springs, of which the ma marine
rine marine station is at the head, is the
largest and most beautiful spring in
the w orld. The springs are of blue
water and they" boil from the Blue
Grotto and the Ladies' Parlor, of
which contains the Bridal Chamber,
Shell Room, Smoking Room, Lover's
Leap, Jacob's Well and the Thou Thousand
sand Thousand springs. The largest boiling
spring in Great Bird Lake, an half
mile below here, i3 known as the
Ocala Peace Bowl, and the boils of J
the Fossil Boneyard runs just below
The Carmichael Ranch, known on
the common carrier's map as Alex Alexander,
ander, Alexander, lies two miles from the roads
here. The ranch is a large farm and
it has all the latest farming machin machinery,
ery, machinery, and is noted, for its high-bred
horses and stock, its fine fruit, and
Above here twelve miles as the
crow files by landward, at the sta station
tion station of Muckland, the farmer shall
find the richest farming land in the
world, in the fields of the five thou thousand
sand thousand acre plat there, where three
hundred bushels of Irish potatoes
may be dug from an acre.
There is an immense farm in the
fork of the i Oklawaha and Silver
river, known as the Garden of Ar Ar-den,
den, Ar-den, the S. T. Sistrunk suburban es estate,
tate, estate, where are grown the finest ros ros-as
as ros-as in the world and the finest chick chickens
ens chickens and hogs. In the fastness of
the Gardens of Arden honeymoon honeymooning
ing honeymooning would be secluded. Immense
highly colored butterflies circle over
Oklawaha River Crooked Water
Delks Bluff, a picnic resort at the
mouth of Silver river on the Oklawa Oklawaha,
ha, Oklawaha, and the picturesque Colby or orange
ange orange grove grows there.
The logging landing of Red Hot
lies over against the cedar tree
country,' adjacent to the station of
Good Hope, a wild portion of the
river where you may with Satanic
meanness s!ip out into the trees and
climb the back fence of the orange
grove deep down in the fastness
Grahamville and Connor are the
two most prominent orange grove
landings on this end of the river,
and the port of Connor Is especially
reserved for the tourists in winter,
though it is favored by quite a few
on excursion days. A great farming
country extends out on all sides.
At the station of Durisoe ds an another
other another orange grove, and just below
this station one of the longest and
most picturesque bends issues, and
it curves its cat-like tail over the
lee ofthe mythological station of
Loss Kiss, where the Just Us Girl's
Clubs meets in the sunset. This
station is known on the Hart Line
map as Osceola's Last Battlefield;
and the station below 4t is Gore
Landing, a prominent logging sta station
tion station and the nearest approach to
Hell's Half Acre, a low, lying and
treacherous sandbar formation in
the river's bed above the Shirt Tail
Bend; then begins the Straits of
Darden Kennels; and below .. them
the Pin Hook, Star Island, Twin Cy Cypress,
press, Cypress, a curiosity for the tourist ,but
only trees to us.
There is a snake farm at Eureka,
where-ycu may sell to Mr. Fry, a
full-blooded poison rattlesnake for
$3. The snake must be alive. A cotton-mouth
moccasin, the' poisonous,
is worth as much.
The Farmers' Alliance once had a
store at Eureka. The station is in
the farming country and there are
orange groves ,and turpentine about
it. Eureka is five miles below Sunday
Bluff, thetpld home of Mr. Grover C.
McClure; and 4n the Bluff country is
6ne of the finest hunting preserves
adjacent the Florida National Park.
The two bluffs lower down the
stream are known as Indian and
Forty Foot and on their crests are
fine orange groves, and there is an another
other another orange grove at Jordan, by Mr.
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W. E. Jordan, which place is in sum summer
mer summer time, the watermelon station.
The Wanderer is stationed here.
Orange Creek is just above JorJan,
and Fort iBrooke below ; and the
Black Hawk Bend below Fort
Brooke, but above the Tuscawilla
Hemmingway aiii Sims are sta stations
tions stations in the Frying Pan shoals where
the red waters flow. Hemmingway
and the Blue Springs are in the most
weird and romantic section. Some
nights are so black around .Hem .Hemmingway
mingway .Hemmingway that the Sharpshooter's
crew navigate their vessel by the
open heaven, a starlighted streak
above the narrow tread trail. Once
WE HAVE THE BEST GARAGE
in the city to put your automobile in
first-class running order. We have
skilled workmen at our garage, who
pride themselves In putting every everything
thing everything in order, so you can feel as assured
sured assured you can travel with safety and
pleasure after our work is com completed.
pleted. completed. Send at once to 17 North
Main street or phone, or send mes messenger.
senger. messenger. LucMe's Garage
17 N. Main Street
the vessel was put into the Blue
Springs and the pilot ran her in that
creek clear to the "cut-around" and
the next morning when the captain
came on deck he yelled out: "George
what in h 11 did you head her into
Blue Springs for?" The pilot's
merry eyes twinkled and hi3 face
twitched with a smile as he said:
"Captain, the night was black," and
in a whisper, "don't talk so strong,
for we have a few lady passengers."
Just before reaching Fort Brooke
is a curiosity, a twin palmetto; at
Grahamville, near the skating rink,
is one of the twin palmetto.
Iola commands an old Indian sta station
tion station in the long ago, and near It the
steamer goes thru Rough and Ready
Cut, then carries the passengers
thru the Needle's Eye; and not far
off rolls the wrooded highlands of
Payne and the highlands of Orange
Springs, the historical resort on the
river and the Ocala Northern Rail Railway.
way. Railway. The river turn east from Orange
Creek and flows in an easterly direc direction,
tion, direction, though not forgetting to turn
all around the compass dozens of
times to the mouth.
Lapp Island below the Whirling
Pools of Cedars and the Tuscawilla
Pass command the vast open solitud solitud-ed
ed solitud-ed wilderness,1" the most weird and
the the most romantic, and It Is in inhabited
habited inhabited by the limkin bird and alli alligators.
gators. alligators. The ten miles from Brobery, in
the Narrows, to the mouth of the
river, where the Oklawaha affluents
into the St. Johns, certainly is one
of the best scenic portions of the en entire
tire entire river. At the mouth of the Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha and out a ways on the broad
St. Johns river Indians in the time
long ago founded the wigwam of
Welaka, now a prosperous fishing
and trading station.
Of the fishing in the Oklawaha:
They bite all the year round, and
there is special fine sport casting for
bas3 from the bow of an open launch.
Then there may be found along the
banks of the river thruout its course
in Marion and Putnam counties plen plenty
ty plenty of game, large and small, and
hunting, my friend, is the very best.
Over in the. Florida National Park,
which horders the river on the east
side, the rough and ready sport of
hunting the wild boar might afford
for you a something different to hunt
down on the hoof.
The tourist vessels do not run
this river in the summer months,
but during the tourist season of
Florida. The two lines and their
vessels are: The Daylight service,
the City of Ocala and the Silver
Springs Clipper. Captains Frank E.
Mathews and J. H. Spencer; the
Hart Liners, the Okeehumkee and
the Hiawatha, Captains Harris and
The Sharpshooter is the only
freight vessel on the river and it
runs the year round, hailing Palatka,
with Jacksonville connections ef effected
fected effected by the Clyde St. Johns River
Line and Silver Springs and Moss
During this year two other vessels
Mdvcr & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAIMERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
f. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
ill Work Done by. Licensed. Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Folly Guaranteed
. E. McIVER. .104
V. ROBERTS 805
Ladertaking OOce a;
will go on the run: one the-Helkat,
for the Mill3 Steamboat Line, and the
3. A: Carmichael for tha Silver
Springs Company. These two vessels
will call at Jacksonville.
The timber of the Oklawaha river
stands strong and thick and logging
on the river course by men who know
how seems to be a prosperous busi business.
ness. business. Some times as in the case of
just last week there were six or
eight complete rafts on the river.
The hardwood and pine Is floated
down the river to the mouth and tug
boats tow them to the mills at Pal Palatka,
atka, Palatka, Welaka and Jacksonville.
But many train loads of logs are
hauled overland to the big mills of
Fort McCoy, in this, -Marion county.
Turpentine farming on the east
side of the river and at 'Eureka and
Moss Bluff still holds its own, and
the naval stores go out by water.
The ports along the river have just
rates, water rates, and living is
cheap, and the folk along the crooked
stream are well to do, happy and
healthy. A. A. G.
STORES WILL CLOSE THURSDAY
The undersigned merchants here hereby
by hereby agree to close their respective
places of business on Thursdays at
1 p. m., beginning June 4th, and
continuing to and including Septem September
ber September 10th, and also agree to close
their places of business not later
than 6:30 p. m. on other days ex excepting
cepting excepting Saturdays.
H. B. Masters Company.
Rheinauer & Company.
E. T. Helvenston.
Marion Hardware Co.
E. G. Rivers.
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Counts Grocery Co.
H. A. Waterman.
L. W. Harley.
Mclver & MacKay.
J. L. Smith Grocery Co.
Hayes & Guynn.
The Murray Company,
s M. A. Bostick.
The late Henry Townsend Martin
was one day describing to a New York
reporter his adventures in the London
"Slum butcher shops," he said, "are
very interesting, especially on a Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night, when the Sunday meaj, is
"Once in 'The New Cut, I stopped
before a dreadful looking stall of meat.
There was a platter of particularly
vile stu2f called 'selected bits.' These
selected bits the butcher was offering
to an old lady for threepence, but she
insisted that this was too high.
" 'Take 'em for tuppence, then,' said
the butcher. 'Best selected bits, a plat plat-terful
terful plat-terful for tuppence. You can't do bet better
ter better nor that.'
"T don't know said the eld lady.
It seems rather high.
" 'Will ye cive a penny for 'em?'
"Still the old lady hesitated.
"'Here, said the butcher, 'here,
hang it, ma'am. Til turn my br.ck while
you pinch 'em.'
Carter of "Pig-Iron" KeHey."
William D. Kelley, one of the found founders
ers founders of the Republican party in Penn Pennsylvania,
sylvania, Pennsylvania, and for many years a con conspicuous
spicuous conspicuous figure in the public life of
the nation, was born in Philadelphia
100 years ago. He started life in
humble circumstances. Through his
own exertion he obtained "an education
in the law and began the practise of
that profession Jn his native city. In
1S56 he left the Democratic party and
helped to organize the Republican
party in Pennsylvania. He eerved in
congress from 1S61 until his death in
1S90, his continuous service making
him the "Father of the House" for
several sessions. He was a radical pro protectionist,
tectionist, protectionist, and his anxiety for the pro protection
tection protection of the iron interests of Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania gave him the familiar name.
ORDEIl OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, .0. E. S
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held ever- Monday at 7:30 p. m.f at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. M. Gober C. C.
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i OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If yoa have any Items for this department cail phone 106)
31isse Mizelle- Entertain at Orange
' ..- I-:"Si.
At the dettstrUul.. home of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Mizelle, stt
uateda mile and a half north of the
Orange Lake station. Misses Eliza-
beth and Blanche .Mizelle were hos
tesses Tuesday afternoon and even evening
ing evening at a charming party, entertain entertaining
ing entertaining a few neighbors .-- and fifteen
S J jv
v inenus irorn uca
at 4:30 o'clock, motoring up in sev several
eral several cars, and included Misses Kath Kathleen
leen Kathleen and Margaret Jackson, Annie
Iavis, Ophelia Sawtell. Ruby Gis Gis-sandaner,
sandaner, Gis-sandaner, MrV and Mrs. II. T. Lat Lat-tner,
tner, Lat-tner, Messrs. O. B. Howse, R. B.
Kyle. T. D. Lancaster, Edwin Green,
Tom Pasteur, Goodwin Mixon, Ed.
Tucker and Pete Mcintosh.
On reaching the Mizelle home,
where cordial hospitality always
abounds, a refreshing ice course was
served. An informal dance followed,
lasting until twilight, when the
.guests were invited to the lake
shore to relish a bountiful picnic
supper, which included besides the
customary salads, sandwiches, devil deviled
ed deviled eggs, irfckles and other knick knick-knacks,
knacks, knick-knacks, great plates of hot fried fish.
After supper, and just as the
moon rose, the crowd in three
launches started on a trip around
the flake, which, with a stop at Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh and the return trip home,
consumed the1 remainder of the evr
ening. The young people reached
home shortly after midnight, declar declaring
ing declaring they had never enjoyed a hap happier
pier happier outing. ;
Miss Lutie Holder expects to leave
on the 27th for Pittsburg, Pa., to
visit her brother during July.
airs. E. G, Peek and pretty little
dangnter Trent to the lake' this aft
ernoon ana will be the guests of
.Miss Annie Davis for a fortnight.
Xdtfle iliss Annie Lee Hull arriv
ea from Jacksonville last evening
and will he the guest of her sister.
Mrs. John M. Graham for a fewi
&xb Jirs. iiuji, wno -was with Mrs
Gfa&am during her recent .illness
will; return home in a few days, ac ac-J3wnj)nied
J3wnj)nied ac-J3wnj)nied by .Miss Annie Lee.
'There rtf ID be a i meeting of the
Woman's lahraTy Association in the
. library room "nhursday morning at
9:30 o'clock. '
Miss Frances "Chambers is to
have charge of the class which will
preaBxe for the aesthtic club gold
-medal contest. Those ; already reg registered
istered registered met with fMiss Chambers
this Afternoon for a business ses ses-.
. ses-. Stan. It is hoped that others will
jtoin also. "They will first prepare
a monologue trom the Merchant ol
Venice and they may select any
ft wo characters they choose. The
fClub wishes to develop the .talent of
the young people of the city and
Seels that this will Ve an excellent
-manner In which to do it. Tampa
'As Mrs. Leon Fishel and daughter
expect to be away till November,
visiting Mrs. Fishel's parents, Mr.
and 'Mrs. Joseph Neuhan, in Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, 'Mr. Fishel is- storing his
household furniture and the cottage
which they have been occupying on
'Oklawaba avenue for two years, has
Ireen rented to Mr. and Mrs. Howard
, Clark, who expect to take possession
immediately. Later in the season
Sirs. Clark and children will go to
."Louisville, Ky., to1 spend sonie time.
Miss Minnie Stovall leaves the
last of next week for Gainesville,
la., to spend the summer. Miss
r Stovall is a Brenau girl and her re re-'tunx
'tunx re-'tunx to Gainesville will be a source
of pleasure, bringing happiness not
' only to herself, hut to her coljege coljege-mates
mates coljege-mates whom she will see during the
summer months. The approaching
marriage of Miss Isabelle Cha
.-on alumnae of Brenau, is hastening
-Miss Stovall's departure.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp,
- Misses Stella, Nina, Nettie and Car-
ita Camp and Mr. William Camp left
-this afternoon for Asheville, N. C,
-where they "will spend the summer
son, held yesterday at the home of
Mrs. Kate Clements, is a forerunner
of the good times in store, the club
will have an unusually delightful
leason. During the afternoon Mrs.
Clements served peaches with cream
I Senior Epwortli League
Tuesday evening a special busi business
ness business meeting of the Senior Epworth
League was held at the Methodist
parsonage on. Fort King avenue. Br.
and Mrs. J. M. Gross and their
daughters, Misses Mamie and Sarah
Gross at home. The business meet
ing was called to order by the first
vice president, Miss" Mabel Bachel
der. Prayer by Dr. Gross was fol
lowed by the reports of the several
officers of the league.
$30 for the Cuban special pledge
of three shares at $10 each, $5 for
the "Go Forward Movement." and
$5 to the centrol oflice were report reported
ed reported paid by the treasurer; 48 devo
tional meetings, 72 visits to the sick
and 12 socials this year.
Miss Mamie -Gross and Mr. Leroy
Bridges were elected as members of
The next social will be held the
first, Tuesday after the state confer conference
ence conference at St. Petersburg, June. 16-19,
and will be held on the lawn ad adjoining
joining adjoining the Methodist parsonage.
After the business meeting, which
was held on the porch, the voune
people were invited into the parlor
and a .'pleasant hour was spent in
song and social exchange. Misses
Mamie and Sara Gross delighted
those present with several piano and
vocal solos, which added much to
the pleasure of the evening. Those
present were Dr. and Mrs. J. M.
Gross, Misses Mamie and Sara
Gross, Nan Brooks, Mary Ervin,
Ruth Ervin, Mabel Bachelder, Sally Sally-bird
bird Sally-bird Young, Messrs. C. A. Blalock,
S. C. Hickel, Jr., William and Lee
Rilea, Carol Fraser, Carol Blalock
medal in a similar contest last
month at the Temple theater. Those
contesting for the medal last night
were Misses Flora Polly, rAlethea
Ashley, Maryella Bray, Cevie Rob
erts, Elizabeth Cowdrick and Esther
Perry., Next week there will be a
contest by a class of young boys who
do not want to be outdone by the
girls:.. : v '" ?
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Silver Tea Given by the King's
The King's Daughters entertained
a large number or friends this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from 4:30 to 6 o'clock at a
delightful silver tea at the home of
their faithful secretary, Mrs. F. G.
In welcoming the callers Mrs.
Weihe was assisted by Mrs. C. L.
Bittinger and a number of the active
members. A charming and inter interesting
esting interesting musical program with several
clever readings was rendered, to the
delight of all -present by Misses Sid
ney Harold, Annie Laurie Perry,
Nellie Gottlieb, Mamie Gross, Ethel
Haycraft," Katherine Pyles, Lillie
Bailey, Maude Mcintosh, Mary Er Ervin,
vin, Ervin, Henrietta Rate and Mrs. H. M.
Hampton. Miss Rabe of Birming Birmingham,
ham, Birmingham, is Mrs. Weihe's attractive
niece and she possesses a voice of re remarkable
markable remarkable sweetness. Her several
selections contributed largely to the
pleasures of the afternoon.
The Weihe home was adorned pro
fusely with variegated flowers andi
ferns. Tempting refreshments con consisting
sisting consisting of tea, sandwiches and punch
was served. The silver offering
amounted to a nice sum which the
King's Daughters will tise in carry carrying
ing carrying on their work.
U. D. C.
Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, will
meet Friday afternoon at "3:30
o'clock with Mrs. If. B. Clarkson.
' 1 ; ; ....... '
. Stoc BcpartMcit: M&
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Carmichael re
turned yesterday afternoon from a
few days' visii4p Mr. Carmichael's
aged mother Net Ution Springs, Ala
Mr. Carmichael stood the-trip well
and found iris mothjerfwho ias half
adozen great-grand children, enjoy-
ingvperf ect health.,
Mr. W. C. Charles, who is one of
the clerks in the postoffice, accom
panied by MrsA Charles left this aft
ernoon for Tampa, -where they will
remain daring Mr. Charles fortnight
Miss Annie Davis, Mrs. E. G. Peek
and baby -went to Lake Weir this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon to spend a week or ten days
at the former's cottage. Tomorrow
they will be joined by Mlsy Kathleen
Judge and Mrs. W. S. FuTTotrfc left
yesterday In their Ford forr Daytona
Beach, where they -will spend the
remainder of the week.
The little daughter of 3Ir: and
Mrs. Henry Stevens of Lakeland is
visiting her grand-parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Stevens of this city. Next
week Mr. and Mrs. Stevens will so to
Lakeland to visit their son- and
Mrs. J. E. Chace and Mrs. S". S.
Duval and their children left this
afternoon for an outing at the Take.
Mrs. F. B. Beckham, who- has
been quite III for ten days at her
home on iDaugherty street, is resting
more comfortable today and her
physician thinks"she'"'winbe.abre to
be-out in-af ew days. v
Mrs. Ed. Carmichael went to An
thony early this morning-, ana
brought her father, Mr. It. H. Wilk-
ins, home with her to hfe,P resent at
the dinner giventJo!ay7 in honor of
the birthday of Mr. Weller Carmi-
chaei. who is twenty-one years old
Mr. John Martin. Misses Sarah
Tear! Martin, Eugenia Fuller and
Mr. W. M. Martin left this morning
Star DeLand and Daytona Beach for
m fhree days sojourn.
"The most pleasant social feature
enjoyed ly the Lake Weir colony
fiuring the summer months are the
arfluarmal meetings of the thimble
tuh, "held -weekly. The club enjoys
m large and congenial membership
the medal, -which was awarded v,to
Miss Esther Perry. Her brother.
Master Fred Perry won
Officers of the Pythian Temple
At the meeting last evening, the
Pythian Sisters elected the following
Mrs. Fannie Anthony M. E. C.
Mrs. Sarah C. iBIitch E. S.
Mrs. Julia Connor E. J.
Mrs. Mary Lee Bridges Manager.
Mrs. Lula Tompkins Protector.
Mrs. Essie Spencer Outer Guard.
Mrs. Susie Howell Trustee for
hteen months. 1
epresentative to the Grand Tern-
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett..
lternate Mrs. Fannie Anthony.
Mrs. Marcus Frank was admitted
to? membership In the order and
stood the ordeal bravely.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Carmichael en
tertained at an elegant three-course
luncheon today In celebration of the
twenty-first birthday of their son,
Mr. Weller Carmichael. The appoint
ments of the table were veryj pretty
and the occasion -was presided over
with the charm and grace that' Mrs.
Carmichael Is noted for. Those pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. (Ed. Carmi-
chaefV'Mr. and Mrs. Weller Carmi
chael: and v little daughter Virginia,
Miss Georgia-MulhafT, Mr. X.' B.
Plummer and daughter Miss Mar Marguerite,
guerite, Marguerite, Mrs. H. H. Kemp and Mr.
H. H. Wilkins. Mr. Carmichaer was
the recipient of many band some
presents, one of which was a signet
ring, presented to irfnr from' Ms
English, Walking Last
Crome, tan and rubber sole.
Pumps Tennis Oxfords
From the smallest size to
Big Misses, f;"
In the infant sizes we have
shoes. Get-these cool-slioes
little tots. They feel the heat more than
we do. v .
lost tomd, 7antcjr Fcr Scl3
Fcr Rent and Similar Lcssl V.zzis
WANTED Small second hand mute.
-Apply at tIlls office. 6-4-tf
FOR SALE Modern bungalow In
Lin wood Heights. Inquire of the
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.5-15tf
STORES FOR KENT Two stores
for rent; one on the Mafin street
frost and one on Fort Kins ars ars-nue
nue ars-nue from $l Harrington. Hall. An
ply a oflice of hotel. 6-l-6t
WANTED Suhscribers of the Star
to tell their neighbors of the plan
now in force for giving cash cou coupons
pons coupons ta subscribers. 5-20-tf
Secretary Rooney has recei'vetf a
letter from Dr. Carolyn Gei3r,: who-
made herself .such a farorite with alT
during the charrtauqua meetlag 'last
April. Or. Gei&el expresses, the
deepest appreciation of Ocala people
ana expresses: her desire and Dope to front. F. G. B. Weihe. 6-6-3t
meet tnem again, either- at another ;
Chautauqua or meetings otherwise
Mrs. Nellie Galbraith and children
who have been visiting relatives and
friends in this city have returned to
their home at Wilriston.
The children who are members of
the primary department of the Bap
tist Sunday school are invited to a
lawn party in the church yard, on
Thursday afternoon, at 4 o'clock.
The silver -medal contest held at
hA Airdmne last nieht under the
asni of th Woman's Christian in town for a few days, the.gnest
rr, tt- -,o o m9t ,Oiof Mrs. Laura Wellhoner
cess. Six young girls contested for
Mrs. D. EL "Mclver and daughter,
Miss France Mclver, leave Monday
night for a series of delightful visits
which will extend through the-summer.
They go first to Columbia, S.
C. then to western North Carolina,
visiting at Hickory, Mrs. Malvers
former horaer eastern North Caro
lina,, Virginia, Washington, D. C,
and Syracuse, X. Y. The latter part
of thesummer will be spent fn New
Hampshire at -the home of Mr. Gale
Mcintosh, 'Mrs. Mclver's. eldest
Miss Ruth Baynard of Auburn Auburn-dale,
dale, Auburn-dale, who with her mother, Mrs. 12.
M. Baynard, was a lovely guest of
Mrs. B. M. Howard last Thanksgiv Thanksgiving,
ing, Thanksgiving, has a number of friends in this
city who will be interested to learn
of her approaching amrriage to -Mr.
Harry Penn of Tampa. The wedding
will be solemnized Wednesday, June
24th. at tbelovIy home of the
FOR SALE A six foot wall case:
. cupboard and six drawers; glass
? LOST Black ribbon watch fob with
Greek letter .fraternity pin. Re Return
turn Return to Star office and receive re-6-6-6t
'Miss aSiliie ProQr, of
who has been teaching at "Dade City,
WANTED 69 MEN to join the
Brotherhood Baraca Class, city
ball. See R. B. Bowers. 5-20-tf
FOR SALE One- large horse : in
good? condition; one good work
muJe. Ocala Lmmber ft Supply
FOR RENT 110 per month to the
right party, a new 5-room cot cottage;
tage; cottage; best neighborhood. Address,
Star office. 5-25-tf
FOR SALE A $25 gas stove with
double oven, in first class condit condition;
ion; condition; will be sold for $10 cash.
Address P. O. Box 406, Ocala,
AIR LINE RAILX7AY.
The Progreesive Rail way of tho Sooth.
ItoondTrs Rates :
Hawtltorne . .
Lochloos . .
Island Grove. .
Citra . ......
Sparr . . ...
." ...... i
Oxford ............... ... . .V. . 2.00
Wildwod . ; .......... i ........... ........... 2.00
Tickets on sale for all regular trains June 11th, limit returning
aune 14tb, 1514.
SEE YOUR TICKET AGENT.
JOHN BOISSAEAU. Ticket Agent, .Merchant's Block, Ocala, Fla.
G. Z PBTIXIPS, f '; CHAS. B. BRYAN,
Asst. Pase. Act, f 'y f Gen. Pace AeL
'Jacksonville, Fla Portamooth, Va.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
with all modern conveniences; de desirably
sirably desirably located. Apply to 600
Fort King avenue or phon ,o.
FOR RENT Seven room house;
desirably located, all modern con conveniences;
veniences; conveniences; also flat of four rooms.
Apply to Mrs. T. H. Wallis, 603
East Second street. Phone 97.9 6t
! : :
FOR RENT Three connecting fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. Mrs. P. A. Durand, 614
East Adams street, 6-10-64
To a PccxUto Priiai
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is CciCzcticca. ;
402-404 A. Zlain etreet
Dc2d (fcr AJr:iM vji
id H the first meeting for this sea-1
mis OCALA' EVENING at AH, WEDNESDAY, JU3TE 10, 1014
AT 7:30 VERY IMPORTANT QUESTIONS TO BE mm
BE Oil HAND WITHOUT FAIL
We have completed the curvcy of thii
rich tract and will coon publish on csc&
cut showing the subdivision.
WE HAVE BUILT UP OUR HARDWARE BUSINESS (AND
IT ISA GOOD ONE, THANK YOU) BY GIVING AN ABSOLUTE ABSOLUTELY
LY ABSOLUTELY SUQARE DEAL TO EVERYONE WHO TRADES WITH US.
WE HAVE SOLD GOOD STUFF AND CHARGED ONLY A
FAIR AND SQUARE PRICE FOR IT.
AND WE ARE NOT GOING TO CHANGE OUR SYSTEM.
Eflani larfwarc Co.
Phone 118, Ocala, Fia.
The Choice bfTconomical Travelers.
A trunk is the poorest thing In the world to save money on
You .must pay the Tight price' for real quality to be sure of service
and satisfaction 1l The Indestructo trunk is not
the cheapest trunk; to boiy Wt it isthe cheapest trunk to travel with
The Indestructo is a' guaranteed trunk one that must make good
If, by accident your Indesrtucto trunk is destroyed within five
years from the day you buy lt, we will .replace it with a new one without
a penny's cost to you w
Indestructo trunks have -won the favor of travelers by actual per performanceby
formanceby performanceby an honest expression of value when the unusual hap happens
pens happens -. ,..&m ".
Indestructo trunks are the choice of ; 200,000 careful travelers
because they have proved theirCfitness by always giving the "most miles
for the least money."
Compare the Indestructo" with every other trunk and you will see
that the Indestructo means the" best possible value for" the present and
We have a full line of Indestructo truinks and will be pleased to
show them to you the next time you are in town
"WHY PAY MORE?"
AnNESTEA r- ii "i
WHICH WILL BE YOUR CHOICE FOR TODAY CH TOMORROW?
Tell Js By Phone
. WE ARE ANXIOUS TO KNOW
PHONE 108 v v CITY MARKET
There Are Two Sides
to every question, but there can be
only one opinion of our Cleaning and
Pressing. It is commended in the
very highest terms by those wlm
have favored us with their patron
age in the past. We have the most
up-to-date methods and can do work
quicker and better than our rivals,
because we are better equipped to do
the work. And we charge very mod moderately
erately moderately for bur services, too.
Opposite HJurriston Hall Hotel
I THE HELPFUL WAY
J By CHESTER FARRINGTON.
Sam Trevor was coming down one of
the upper floor corridors of the Wey
when he suddenly
stopped short. The
lettering on one of
EATH I ( Xs tne Sround-glass
panels or a door
had caught his at attention.
tention. attention. Those let letters
ters letters read:
Piano Lessons, -Voice
He stood read reading
ing reading them over and
over. So this was
where Marion had
gone! This was why she had disap disappeared
peared disappeared from all her friends. He lis listened.
tened. listened. He heard neither the sound
of voice nor piano from within. He
opened the door very softly and en entered,
tered, entered, hat in hand.
Some one arpse from a little desk
near the windows and turned about.
"How'dy do, Marion?" said Sam.
"Why, Sam!" she cried, in pleased
surprise, coming forward with an out outstretched
stretched outstretched hand.
"What are you doing here?" he de demanded.
manded. demanded. She bobbed her head toward the
letters on. the door.
"And how did you happen to come
in here?" she asked.
"I had to see Gregory Bill Gregory
on business. He has an office down
the corridor. Why are you doing this?"
"Reverses in the family fortune,
said she. "What else do you think
would make me?"
- ;"How, are the .pupils coming?" v
"Oh, I'm doing nicely very nicely,"
Sam said good-by and went out.
Back at his own office he found a
batch of letters which the stenog stenographer
rapher stenographer had left for him to sign. They
were very important letters about
some upstate contracts; but instead of
attending to them, he pushed them
aside and sat staring up at the ceiling
with knitted brows.
Presently he grinned. He rang the
bell into the outer office. A brisk
clerk answered the summons.
"Riley," said Trevor. "Did you
ever think you'd like to have your
voice manicured?" he asked.
"I hadn't thought much about it."
"Well, do so now. As a favor to
me, will you take piano lessons if 111
stand the bills?"
"Sure. That'll be all right," said
Riley. "When do I begin?"
"Tomorrow. Ill tell you the place
to go to then. Send in Emmons when
you go out, will you?"
So Emmons came in, and Emmons
was inveigled into taking vocal lessons.
After that the entire office force, one
after another, came in at his behest
and each one. was urged (and proved
willing) to take lessons either for the
voice or on the piano. Two weeks later
Sam Trevor again pretended to have
business in the 'Weymouth building.
Again he dropped into Marion Heath's
office. It had a much more spruce ap appearance.
pearance. appearance. Marion, too, was her old smiling
- "You can't stay long," said she. "I
have two little girls named Todd com coming
ing coming for their lessons at 3:30. I'm won wonderfully
derfully wonderfully busy these days. Td be
ashamed to tell you how many pupils
"Good enough!" said Sam. "You
might have known you'd succeed in
anything you undertook."
"They started coming last week,"
said she. "And after the Ice was
broken they simply seemed to come in
droves. Ah, here are the little Todd
girls now. You'll have to run along."
Sam was smiling in pleased fashion
to himself when he took the elevator
down that afternoon. He continued to
smile for two whole days. Then sud suddenly
denly suddenly that smile vanished. Emmons
came in with the residue of the money
Sam had given him for a quarter's vo vocal
cal vocal lessions.
"Sorry, Mr. Trevor," said he. "I
can't take any more, it seems. Miss
Heath said today it was simply a
waste of money." 1
And after Emmons came Riley with
a very similar plaint, and after Riley
the rest of the office force.
Twenty minutes later Trevor was
in that room in the Weymouth build building.
ing. building. Marion met him firmly.
"I found out my pupils were simply
your office force," said she, "and that
you were paying for the lessons. I
simpiy couxani ao anything else hut
send them away, Sam. It was per perfectly
fectly perfectly fine and splendid of you to do
anything like that, but I really
couldn't take the money."
. "Well, youll take something else,
"What is it?"
"Youll take me. Stop all this non nonsense
sense nonsense and marry me."
She turned away. She looked out at
the white walls of the light shaft.
"Would you send 'em all back if I
"Yes, and some of the hands from
the factory for good measure."
"Then," said she, faintly. ?in self self-defense
"I don't care what excuse you give."
said Sam, striding forward joyfully
and taking her in his arms.
Copyright. 1914. by the McClure Xewspa Xewspa-oer
oer Xewspa-oer Syndicate.)
Up and Doing.
On the levee at New Orleans a
negro truckman and white truckman
had words about the right of way
for their respective teams. The white
man halted his mules, jumped down
from his wagon and made a rush for
where the darky was perched, still
jawing. He grabbed the negro by
the leg, yanked him off his seat, hit
him a stunning blow before' he ever
touched the earth, and in 20 seconds
had whipped him soundly and was
back on his own wagon driving away.
A policeman hurried up. The vic victim
tim victim still lay. on the ground dazed,
bleeding and gazing up at the sky
with his one undamaged eye.
"What's the matter here, man?" de demanded
manded demanded the officer, shaking the pros prostrate
trate prostrate and battered darky.
"A w'ite man done beat me up!"
explained the negro.
"Who was he?"
"Dunno, boss I never seen him
"Well, then, describe him!" insisted
the policeman. "What did he look
"Boss," confessed the negro, "hit
wuz all over so quick I didn't git a
good look at him; but say, boss, yon
won't have no trouble findin him
he's de doin'est man dey Is in dls
whole town!" Saturday Evening
Smith was one of the foremost en engineers
gineers engineers of his time, says the National
Monthly. His one fault was an enor enormous
mous enormous bump of conceit. He completed
a piece of work for a large corpora corporation
tion corporation and was compelled to sue for his
fee. which was $25,000.
He was being cross-examined by
the attorney acting as counsel for the
"On what ground do yom base your
exorbitant charge for this miserable
piece of work?"
"On the ground that I am the great greatest
est greatest engineer in the world."
After the suit had been concluded,
one of Smith's friends came to him
and, in an admonishing tone, said:
"Smith, you should never make such
statements in public; allow others to
acclaim you as the greatest in your
Smith answered: "I know it, and I
felt like a blooming idiot up there on
the stand but, blast it all, I was un under
der under oath."
"Tin Can" Professor.
Tin cans strung upon telephone
wires and on the top of poles usually
betoken that a band of boys have been
indulging in a pastime of theirs. But
not so in Cambridge. The city is lit littered
tered littered with tin cans and other such
tins, but in this case a Harvard pro professor,
fessor, professor, to collect data for a book on
dust, has strung up numerous cans to
catch the University City's dust, which
he will examine and discuss for pos posterity
terity posterity to read about in the future
. It is not exactly known just what
use the University City's dust can be
put to, but the professor has already
collected enough to build a good sized
WATCH FOR THE PLAT.
OUR RARE CHZZJA PARE.
' TOO, ':v-: v;" .;"
WHEN YOUR WEDDING
PRESENT COMES FROM US
THEY KNOW -IT IS FINE:
WHEN YOU MAKE AN ANNIVERSARY 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 TIMEf AND EACH TIME THE RECIPIENT
SEES IT, IT WILL RECALL THE HAPPY OCCASION OF WHICH
IT WAS A MEMENTO. : t
WHEN A GIFT COMES FROM OUR ESTABLISHMENT, THh.
11RL WHO GETS IT KNOWS THE QUALITY IS SUPERB.
A. E. BURiSIETT
New Irish. Potatoes
New String Beans
-.; Oranges V'"
Marion County Fresh Smoked Hams
" Marion County Fresh Smoked Sides . :
BRICK CITY COFFEE,. 40c FIRST PRODUCT COFFEE, SOc
Fresh Roasted and ground In our own machine every day.
Sliced Breakfast -Bacon Dried Sliced Beef
Sliced Boiled Ham, for Lunches
EGGS, Fresh from the Country, always in stock
New Salt Mackerel
Grape Juice Ginger Ate
Olive Oil Salad Dressing f.
Friends of the Dog.
Princess Christian, Princess Vic Victoria
toria Victoria Louise and other persons of the
royal family have become interested
in the work in England of Our Dumb
Friends' league. A nome for stray
dogs in London is to be established
under the. auspices of the league.
INDIGESTION AND CONSTIPATION
"About five years ago I began tak taking
ing taking Chamberlain's Tablets after suf suffering
fering suffering from Indigestion and consti constipation
pation constipation for years without finding any
relief to me. Chamberlain's Tablets
helped me at once and by using
them for several weeks I was cured
of the complaint," writes Mrs. Mary
E. McCullen, Phelps, N. Y. For sale
by all dealers. ad
Advertise in th- Star for results.
DF you are an ambitious young man or woman and
want to earn more money attend THE OCALA
BUSINESS COL LEGE. A school that prepares for
Already we are receiving calls for trained men and i
women. A good position awaits you. Don't delay
w w w
Concsrclsl Dcsli C3lc3
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS FaUxcr cccmo to to tio Iiclo cST7 lzzzU
wi-u 'H cUao th) JT cfkii ii. V Vwi PvT vov hm you $ee" .w,RfiV 1 caum cp 1 VS SI 1 1 x
fnoonC is acne. d.6 auno nifel n I omlv mc to l01- c v wo iwjj V.
I'M eiNC TO 7Ak. fero tSU IND TWt g. J ws.w et-tt (AND thhCS New jpiHSO ;tAgV--j
Used exclusively in the con construction
struction construction of the Panama
Canal and the great Keokuk
dam in Iowa.
Government Engineers know
Fresh stock always on hand.
& Stone Co.
If you want to bay or sell
New and Second Hand
Farm Tools, Harness Etc.
Easy Payments If Desired;
a. gsl Mmm;
810 S. Main St. Ocala Fla.
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
: J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
o . . .
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Mfde oo All f!on
tract Work. Gives more and bdttsi
ton tractor in the city.
work for the moaey than nv rth
IMPORTANCE OF HEALTHY
Ocala Readers Should Learn to Keep
the Kidneys Well
' The kidneys nave a big work to
do.- All the blood In the body is
coursing through the kidneys con constantly
stantly constantly to be freed of poisonous mat matter.
ter. matter. It is a heavy enough task when
the kidneys are well, but a cold,
chill, fever or some thoughtless ex exposure
posure exposure is likely, to "irritate, inflame
. and congest the kidneys and inter inter-.
. inter-. rupt the purifying work.
Then che aching frequently begins,
.and is often accompanied by some ir irregularity
regularity irregularity of the urine too fre frequent
quent frequent passages, sediment or reten retention
tion retention ;
Thousands testify to the wonder wonderful
ful wonderful merit of Doan's Kidney Pills, a
remedy for the kidnevs onlw that
has been used in kidney troubles 50
, years. Tou will make no mistake
in following this advice. It comes
from a resident of this locality:
John E. Marshall, lawyer, 223 N.
Fifth St., Palatka, Fla., says : "j
have no reason to change my high
opinion of Doan's Kidney Pills and
recommend thenv as highly as I did
. in my former endorsement. The re relief
lief relief they gave me has been perma permanent."
nent." permanent." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
Doan's Kidney Pills- the same that
Mr. Marshall had. Foster-MIlburri
Co., Proprietors, Buffalo, N. Y. 4
Worms in Hogs
There are two kinds of worms that
cause the most trouble in hogs. First
is the common round worm that lives
In the intestines. It becomes serious
when it occurs in large numbers.
This is due to the fact that these
pastures become infested as the eggs
of the worms are deposited with the
excrement of the hogs and the hogs
continue to pick them up.
The other worm most serious, the
lung worm, goes thru a similar life
cycle but lives in the lungs. The
egg hatches and in the young stage
it may dry up and become, dust-like
and remain in this condition for sev several
eral several months ready to develop as soon
as it is brought .into the proper con condition.
dition. condition. This condition is when it is
breathed Into the nostrils and lungs
of the hogs. Then the -hog gets it in
large numbers sometimes sufficient
to fill all the cells of the lungs. This
causes a cough and in serious cases
will kill the hog. It is most general generally
ly generally found with young pigs and in light
attacks simply causes an unthrifty
condition such as is generally known
These worns are quite different
but the same preventive remedy ap applies
plies applies to both.' The best remedy is
that of prevention, which is to place
the iiogs on soiling crops where the
ground has been plowed and also
j?revent them from sleeping in dusty
places around old buildings.
Medicinal treatment for these
troubles is not always practical so
that the preventive measures sug
gested and the providing of green
crops during the summer and winter
seasons Is all-important.
The presence of worms, hog chol cholera
era cholera and similar diseases is the main
reason our farmers do not undertake
hog raising on a larger scale and if
these troubles were eliminated it
would make hog raising In Florida
one of the most profitable things the
farmer could undertake. The use
of hog cholera serum is effective only
against hog cholera and with worms
it is not, so that some knowledge of
the existence of these pests is all im important
portant important with those who intend to
make a success of raising hogs in
The following remedy Is recom recommended
mended recommended for the round worm : San Santonin,
tonin, Santonin, 8 grains; Areca nut, 2 drams;
calomel, 1 grain; sodium bicarbon bicarbonate,
ate, bicarbonate, 1 dram. This dose is sufficient
for a 100-pound hog and should be
increased or decreased according to
the weight. Mix it with a little
moistened corn meal or shorts and
give it to the hogs after they have
been starved ten or twelve hours.
Any drugstore can fill the prescrip prescription.
Orange Springs, June 9. Mr. R.
A. Carlton went down-to Ocala Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday to visit his daughter, iMrs. M.
E. 'Ervin and be present at the din dinner
ner dinner tendered the veterans by the U.
D. C. ,"
Mr. J. W. Townsend of Lake But Butler
ler Butler spent last Wednesday here.
The Rodman Sunday school picnic
was a success. A good dinner,
plenty of cool drinks, a "ball game
and swimming in the springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Cummings, Rev. and
Mrs. York and Mr. and Mrs. Bryant
came down from Rodman and enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed the day with the picnickers.
'Mr. Elmer Eddy is a guest of the
Carlton House. He expects to leave
soon to join his father in the west,
however, the family will return to
Orange Springs next winter.
Capt. Sharp, of the dredgeboat
Florida, with a party of friends
came over to Blue Springs and had
a fine fish dinner at "Honeymoon
Mr. Abbott Parramore came over
from Eureka last Sunday and has
been the guest of Mr. M. C. Jordan
several days last week.
Mr. Cyrus Livingston of Johnson,
attended the picnic here last Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. r
The" primary election passed off
very quietly. Xo one seemed very
THE OCALA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1014
enthusiastic over the candidates. Mr.
L. T. Matchette went down to Ocala
Wednesday and carried in the re returns.
turns. returns. Mr. Albert Murkle went down to
Ocala Sunday and returned Tuesday
Mrs. M. E. Sellers of Palatka Is
spending the week at the springs,
the guest of her brother, Mr. O. H.
Parker and family.
Messrs. Noah and Harmon Clem Clements
ents Clements and Misses Maude and Estelle
Clements of Sparr, were the week weekend
end weekend guests of their sister, Mrs. O.
'Miss Lois Massey returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from an extended visit to her
sister, Mrs. Newsom Scruggs of
Mr. P. J. Hall of Titusville is the
guest of his brother, Mr. J. B. Hall
and family. .
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
Visiting brethren always welcome to
the lodge and club house, on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney. Dictator.
J. E. Gates, Secretary ad
FOR AN IMPAIRED APPETITE
To improve the appetite and
strengthen the digestion try a few
doses of Chamberlain's Tablets. Mr.
J. H. Seitz, of Detroit, Mich., says:
"They restored my appetite when
impaired, relieved me of a bloated
feeling and caused a pleasant and
satisfactory movement of the bow bowels.
els. bowels. For sale by all dealers, adv.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe Is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, p'oprie-
To make your trip a real pleasure
x Thermos bottle is a necessity. .We
sell them. Gerig's. The Reliable
Drug Store. ... 5-16-tf
INDIGESTION AND CONSTIPATION
"About five years ago I began tak taking
ing taking Chamberlain's Tablets after suf suffering
fering suffering from indigestion and consti constipation
pation constipation for years without finding any
relief to me. Chamberlain's Tablets
helped me at once and by using
them for several weeks I was cured
of the complaint," writes Mrs, Mary
E. McCullen, Phelps, N. Y. For sale
by all dealers. a?
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even-
ngs in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
. David S. Williams, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. An.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
. Selling Agents
Merchant's Block. Ocala
Girls and women of all ages want
to be beautiful and attractive, but
unsightly, thin and lifeless hair de destroys
stroys destroys half the beauty of a pretty
If your hair is losing Its natural
color, is falling out, dull, streaky,
full of dandruff, too dry, or if the
scalp itches and burns do not be
alarmed, use Parisian Sage. Rub it
well into the scalp. It will go right
to the hair roots, nourish them, and
stimulate the hair to grow long and
beautiful. It removes dandruff with
one application, stops itching scalp,
falling hair and makes the head feel
Parisian Sage supplies the hair
with what is needed to make it soft,
fluffy, thick and gloriously radiant.
It is sold in fifty cent bottles by Ger Gerig's
ig's Gerig's Drug Store and at all drug coun counters.
ters. counters. Look for the trade mark
"The Girl With the Auburn Hair."
Accept no other.
W 6-5 6-12 D 6-10
Jacksonville and St. Petersburg
No 9 Leave Jacksonville 4 p. m.;
arrive Ocala 9:05; arrive St. Peters-
burg 3 a. m.
No. 10 Leave St. Petersburg 11
p. m., arrive Ocala 6:05; arrive
No. 39 Leaves Jacksonville ai
9:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala at 2:40 ;
m.; arrives St. Petersburg at 9:10.
No. 40 Leaves St. Petersburg a:
6:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 12:54 p
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 11:05 a. m.
No. 32 Leaves Lakeland 5:48 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 9:50 p. in.
Ocala and Homosassa
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.
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.;' arrives Ocala 1:40 a
in.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
:30.a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;'
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
or.. ; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
I?o. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves
Ocala 1:30 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 5:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa J p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
OCALA NORTHERN SCHEDULE
No. '72 Leave Ocala daily 1:15
p. m. Arrive Palatka dally except
Sunday, 4:45 p. m. Arrive Palatka
Sunday, 4:15 p. m.'
No. 71 Leave Palatka daily ex except
cept except Sunday, 7:40 a. m. Arrive
Ocala 11 m.
"No. 73 Leave Palatka Sunday, 8
a. m. Arrive Ocala. 11 a. m.
Malaria or Chills & Fever
Prescription No. CSS is prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILL-S & FEVtR.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then &3 a ton'c the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better thin
Calomel and does not grioe o1" ficken. 2..;
LRION COUNTY DIRECTORY
jdge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bul-ofk.
ofk. Bul-ofk. Ocala.
Clerk Circuit Coiirt P. H. Nngent
SherifT J. P. Gallowuy, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala. j
Treasurer John M. Graham '.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Prouate Wm. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi
chael, Ocaia: J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t. Henderson. Lynne; D. G.
Watklu. Dunnellon; Wlte" Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Ic-ruction -J. Zl.
Brinson. Superintendent, cala; B
a. Blitch. Biitchton: J. S. Grantham
"I have tried various colic and
diarrhoea remedies, but the only one
that has given me entire satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. I recom recommend
mend recommend it to my friends at all times,"
writes S. N. Galloway, Stewart, C. C.
For sale by all dealers. ad
I. O. O. F.
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.
COAST LINE SCI
1 to Uantl o Darasa-
Poultry Farm. Dairy, Truck Farm, a sub-dlvlxloa, a subcrtsa
home, land to cut into amallar tracts for. suburban homes, to re resell
sell resell now at more money. IP YOU WANT TO CUT. just iavccU iavccU-gate
gate iavccU-gate the following 20 acre Improved Good farm, five room beesa.
barn, poultry house, wagon
all new, all farm Implements,
peanuts, good; 5 acres corn,
toes, half acre sweet potatoes,
peach, grapes 1-8 acre fine strawberries. House and all ready to
move into. Property lies 1 miles from court bouse and Jias a
total frontage on two hard roads of over half a mile. This will
he sold within thirty days at somebondy's price Hake me an
offer and kt me show you
PHONES 285 AND 244
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Ana EaecMe Fana ? f
EL W. TOOilSIS
. Wife fer Pes
Teaiaa For nent Ltj&t end Ccavy nnrfT-j
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
:j COLLEEK BROS., Proprietors, j.
Us YMir Ecemmaiim AIliriicnjM ?
We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you, and which
you ought to have? We believe you are. Most of our customers are
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But if there is anything wrong
in our relations we want to know It NOW, so we can do our part in
straightening it out before the rush days come.
(Ocailla Ice & IPsieMim Co
The rest room which the Ocaia merchants maintain for the we
of our oat of town visitors who are in the city for a few hors
with nothing to do is located on the corner of Fort King avenue
and South Main street, opposite the Tbeus-Zachry f mitcre
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Lodge a convenient
place to rest daring the day's shopping. The conveniences we are.
able to offer at Comfort JjoCc are free and jow are invited to
take advantage of them.
JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE
shed, 2 tenement or servant houxca
growing crops as follows: 12 tat
3 acres sweet corn, 1 acre Irish pota
plants for more; orange grapefruit.
M AM tes
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
rmS OCALA FVEXIXG STAR. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1014
SOME OF THE LEADO
LIEU OF THE SOUTH
Organized the Florida Development
, Iromotion Board at Sanford
Sanford, June 10. At a meeting
of representative men from all over
Florida, held here Monday, the Flor Florida
ida Florida Development Promotion Board
The following officers were named
for the first year: Robert J. Holly,
Sanford, president; Fred "W. Kettle,
St. Augustine, secretary; B. L. Ham Hammer,
mer, Hammer, Tampa, treasurer.
, Ocala Man on the Board
The following general committee
to manage the work of the hoard was
named: G. A. McClellan, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; W. F. Stovall, Tampa; Frank
Mayes, Pensacola; Oscar T, Conklin,
tMiaml; Charles E. Howard, Orlando;
M. F. Hetherington, Lakeland; P. A.
Vans Agnew, Jacksonville ; Z. C.
ChambHss, Ocala; Walter Waldin,
Miami; D. C. Gillette, Tampa; W. C.
Temple, Winter Park; John W. Hend Henderson,
erson, Henderson, Tallahassee. R. S. Carver, of
Jacksonville, and C. I. Bay, of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, represented G. A. 'McClellan
and P. A. Vans Agnew, respectively,
those gentlemen being out of the
The executive committee of five
was appointed. It is made up of the
following gentlemen: Robert Holly,
Sanford; Fred W. Kettle, St. Augus Augustine;
tine; Augustine; B. L. Hammer, Tampa; P. A.
Vans Agnew, Jacksonville, and D. C.
The executive committee was au authorized
thorized authorized to prepare a bill creating the
Florida development commission, and
secure an appropriation at the next
session of the Florida legislature for
the purpose of advertising the state
throughout the country, and Induc
ing farmers, stock raisers, capital capitalists
ists capitalists and the like to come to Florida
and develop the state.
It was pointed out that Florida has
more tillable land not now in cultiva cultivation
tion cultivation than any state in the Union.
That Florida is nearer the big mark market
et market centers o f the country than any
other Southern or semi-tropical coun country,
try, country, and that this state can use every
acre of its land to supply the North-
era markets with early and late veg vegetables,
etables, vegetables, fruit, beef cattle, etc.
.To advertise these things persist persistently,
ently, persistently, consistently and thoroughly is
the object of the board. The work of
the board i3 to get a substantial pub public
lic public sentiment behind the movement,
and push it to a conclusion, so that
the commission may be authorized
(to be appointed by the, governor),
and that the appropriation may be
obtained for a publicity fund suffici sufficiently
ently sufficiently large to give Florida the great greatest
est greatest advertising campaign she has ev ever
er ever had, and,put her in the forefront
of American states that have land and
opportunity to offer to the capitalist
There was never a more enthusi-
For sale 50 improved farms,
10 to 600 .acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
so Also 2,000 acres cut-over land
well located; fine truck and
orange section. Write for
description and prices. Come
JOHN L. DAVIS,
& : Frah Daily
aetic meeting held in Florida. The
men behind the movement are lead leading
ing leading business men of the state, and
they have started with an organiza organization
tion organization that will leave nothing undone
to secure for Florida the right sort
of publicity, and bring the right
kind of people here.
The meeting adjourned, subject to
a call of the general committee, by
Made by Machinery and
Baked by Steam
Berlin, June 9. Miss Nell Seckin Seckin-ger
ger Seckin-ger and 'Miss Fae Beck returned
hoaie last Saturday from Madison,
where they have been attending the
Florida Normal Institute for the
past eight, weeks. They speak in
high terms of the normal school. ;
- Miss Maud Davis has returned to
her home in Ocala, after spending a
week here with her aunt, Mrs. Allen.
Mrs. N. A. Noble was the week end
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. J. 'McCully, last week. She was
accompanied home by her sister,
Miss Winifred McCully, who will be
her guest for the next few weeks.
The Woodmen of the World, camp
No. 132, of Cartel, met in a body
and performed the decoration ser service
vice service at the graves of four deceased
Sovereigns at the Fellowship ceme cemetery
tery cemetery last Sunday afternoon, and
decorated the graves with flowers.
June 6 has been set apart as a na na-came
came na-came on Satul. .endi yides dt.xlo
tional decoration day, and as the
date came on Saturday this year,
Sunday was observed instead. There
was a large crowd in attendance at
Mrs. B. C. Stephens left last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday : f or Jacksonville, where she
will spend a week with relatives.
Mr. V. B. Potts has commenced
work on the new school house at Fel Fellowship.
lowship. Fellowship. The board has been very
liberar in its appropriation of two
thousand dollars for the building of
this house, which has "been needed
for some time, and when completed
it will be a credit to the community.
Misses Lorena and Geneva Cog Cog-gin
gin Cog-gin returned to their home at Weirs Weirs-dale
dale Weirs-dale last Saturday, after spending a
week here, the guests of Miss Geneva
Sorry to report that little "Missh
Geneva McCully has been on the sick
list for the past few days. She is
."Miss Una Crumpton had the mis misfortune
fortune misfortune to cut her hand very badly
last week while visiting her brother
Mr. W. JR. Hammonds and family,
of Blitchton, spent the day very
pleasantly with Mr. and Mrs. V. M.
Seckinger last Sunday.
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lc Cach Cerlifiaito
in Every Package
Tib ccr b rca
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Here's ftflae Fmesit Domes&
We'll leave the verdict in your hands. If you don't feel
absolutely certain that Reyno Cigarettes are made from
.m.i, uuwot luuabwviuirii ill 1111C11U1.
have your money bade
f llll I HI I HUffclMy
iso of excellent flavor. We have been aging the tobacco for Reynoa for
a long, leng time and by skillful blending, acquired through 39 years of successful
effort in the tobacco, business, have been able to produce in Reyno a cigcrette of
superior quality. Only genuine imported French paper is used in mailing Reynos.
GOING AWAY THIS SUMMER?
J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winatea-Salsai, N. C.
If go, insure your baggage against
loss by fire, theft or wreck in hotels
or steamers, on trains, docks, plat
forms or wagons. Rates extremely
low. E. ; I. Osborn, Holder. Build
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one v way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the nucous lin lining
ing lining of the eustachian tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have. a Tum Tumbling
bling Tumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deafness is
the result, and unless. the inflamation
can be taken out anil this tube re restored
stored restored to its normal condition, hear hearing
ing hearing will be destroyed forever ; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh
which is nothing but an inflamed con condition
dition condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hail's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu circulars,
lars, circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
DAIRY STOCK FOR SALE
I have had placed in my hands for
sale 100 dairy cows (they are ac acclimated,
climated, acclimated, dehorned and bred to reg registered
istered registered Holstein bull ) ; 5 0 pure bred
Angora goats; separator; boiler,
milk cans and complete dairy equip equipment;
ment; equipment; also lots of farm implements.
E. C. Beuchler, Anthony Farms, An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Fla. 6-2-tf
Save money and get a canner. iut
up your tomatoes and other fruits.
We have both the cans and canners,
and all appliances for canning. The
Marion Hardware Co. 5-3 0-1 2 1
J. E. FRAMPTON
V PIANO TUNER
Located in Ocala, Fla., Expert work
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.
GET RID OF YOUR RHEUMATISM
Now is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. 1 You can do it if you
apply Chamberlain's Liniment. W.
A. Lockhard, Homer City, N. Y.,
writes: "Last spring I suffered from
rheumatism with terrible pains in
my arms and shoulders. I got a
bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and
the first application relieved me. By
using one bottle of it I was entirely
cured." For sale by all dealers. ad.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Merchant's Block, Ocalr
Candler, June 9. The Oklawaha
and Candler base ball teams crossed
bats on the Oklawaha diamond Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, which resulted in a score of
14 to 19 in favor of Candler.
Mr. Ward Caldwell has returned
from Citrus county, where he has
been for the past several months.
Mr. Belcher and 'family, of Alaba Alabama,
ma, Alabama, are visiting Dr. and Mrs. A. Bel Belcher.
cher. Belcher. They expect to make this their
Mr. Camsby, road supervisor, was
here looking after the condition of
our public roads last week.
Mrs. Mary Elliott spent the week
end with home folks.
Mr, and Mrs. John 'Mathews were
in Ocala Wednesday of last week
'Mr. Raymond Marshall has return returned
ed returned from St. Louis, Mo., for a short
visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
X. Marshall and other relatives.
(Mrs. Fort and Phil, Jr., were in
Miss (Dorothy Pratt, a very charm charming
ing charming young lady from Chicago, Ills.,
who has been visiting her couisn,
Miss Elizabeth Freeman for the past
three months, returned home last
Mrs. A. D. Moore, Miss Florence
Moore and Mrs. Mary tHiscock were
guests several days of the past week
of Mrs. George Russell on Lake
OCALA CHURCH DIRECTORY
PRESBYTERIAN Corner of Ft
King avenue and Watula street: pas pastor
tor pastor W. H. Dodge; residence 309 Ft.
King avenue; phone 233. Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a.m.;
superintendent W. H. Dodge; morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Mis Mission
sion Mission Society 3 p. m.; evening sermon
7:15 o'clock. Midweek prayer meet meeting
ing meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30.
CATHOLIC North Magnolia St.;
priest, D. Bottolacio; residence 327
North Orange street; Sunday ser services:
vices: services: High mass 10 a. m.; vespers
5 p. m ; Sunday school 3 to o p. m.;
communion services second Sundays
6:30 a. m.; also regular service.
EPISCOPAL Corner S. Broadway
and Watula streets; rector. Rev. Jas.
G. Glass; residence 311 S. Broadway;
phone 415. Sunday services: Holy
communion 7:30 a. m.; Sunday
school, 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer,
litany and sermon 11 a. m.; evening
prayer 7:30 p.,m.; choir practice
7:30 p. m. Friday; meetings of ves vestry
try vestry and societies at hours appointed.
METHODIST Cornel r'ort King
avenue and South Main street: pas pastor
tor pastor J. M. Gross; residence 4vd Foit
King avenue; phone 157; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.,
superintendent L. N. Green; morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League 4 p. m.; Senior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League 3 p. m.; Senior Ep Ep-frorth
frorth Ep-frorth League, 4 p. m. ; evening
sermon 7:30 o'clock. Midweek prayer
meeting Wednesday evening 7:30.
Choir practice Friday evening at the
BAPTIST Corner North Magno
lia and North Second streets; pastor
Bunyan Stephens; residence 520 Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue; phone 314; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. iu.
superintendent W. T. Gary;, morning
sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Baptist
Young People's Union 4 p. m.; Sen Senior
ior Senior Baptist Yottng People's Union
0:45 p. m.; evening sermon 7:30 p.
m. Midweek prayer meeting Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening 7:30 o'clock o'clock-Church
Church o'clock-Church of Christ
East Broadway, next to City Hall.
Roy B. Bowers, minister. Residence
708 Lime street. Office and study
at the church, entrance to the rear.
Hours: 8 to 12 a. m., (except Mon Mondays)
days) Mondays) and 2 to 5 p. m. Wednesdays
and Saturdays. "At Home" to the
congregation and others Mondays, 7
to 10 p. m.
Services Sunday: Sunday school
10 a. m. Preaching and communion
11 a. m. Junior society 2:30 p. m.
Christian Endeavor Society 6:45 p.
m. Preaching 8 p. m. Wednesday,
7:30 p. m. training class, conference
and prayer. Business meetings the
last Tuesday of each month. All
seats free, and everybody welcome.
Sllap SeltpscElIpCoiiii -ConnnciMnjs
WILL BE REDEEMED BY
TYDEMGS & CO.
AT 10 PER CENT
For Any Cash Purchase Made Daring Jane 1914
TYMMGS & CdMUPATvJY
Merely Woman's Prerogative.
A mere man objects to paying his
wife's millinery bill of $375 for five
hats all purchased in one week. He
claims they are not necessities. The
idea! Just give any woman a chance!
Five hats! Why, they're absolutely
nothing! But any woman willing to
go through the .ordeal of selecting
fire hats and getting them to suit her
should be allowed to have as many
as she wants! It's hard work!
You get good, genuine coca-cola at
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If there are signs of blood Imparities be-
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Is wonderful blood purifier is ail action.
it starts into motion billions of cells in the
liver, lungs and throughout the body.
Everything is kept on the move, flashes
your blood, gives yoar entire blood circula circulation
tion circulation a fine thorough bath. It Just natur naturally
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atom in your body. It rushes into every
cell, causes every bone, muscle, ligament,
tendon, mucous surface and every nerve to
thrill with freedom, with health, with new newfound
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And best of all, S. S. S- thoucii a power,
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blossom, as powerful as the heroic
oz nature, as aearcnuig as the pen
demand of the most exact science.
Ask for and Insist upon getting S. R.
the world cure for all disorders of ta
For private, personal advice on stutbofls
chronic rheumatism write at once ta tft
Swift Spedae Co., 222 Swift BallOnx At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. Ga. Their medical department Is
famous on all blood diseases, and Is
equipped to maze personal blood
provea by the htebest medical
Get a bottle of 8. 8. B. today.
Partri dge-Woodro w Company
Merchant's Block, Ocala
Some men are so wise that it seems
as though they must have been born
at a much earlier age than the rest
Power of Slander.
a season or two a harvest of catea
nles; but sensible men will pay no t
tention to them. FVrmde.
SUGAR IXASmoCfi IA2TE3
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. JC3SE 10, 1014
j OCAL A OCCURRENCES
Board of Trade meets tonight.
F. U. of A. meets tomorrow night.
f Moose meet tomorrow evening.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Mr. t Julian Bullock is in Kansas
City, Mo., for a three months stay.'
While at Atlantic Beach during
the past week-end, JMr. .R. A. Bur Bur-ford
ford Bur-ford was a guest at a dinner given
by Col. W. E. Kay, at the Atlantic
Own your own home by buying a
modern bungalow on easy terms of
the Ocala Lumber & Supply Com Company.
pany. Company. 5-15-tf
Mr. Jos. W. Dodge has enlarged
and furbished up his 'little store on
North Main street, and is doing a.
good business. His "busy man's
lunch" seems to have hit tbe popu
'Mr. C. J. McCranie, from the
southern end of the county, was in
town all yesterday afternoon. With
him were 'Mr. S. L. Chalker, Miss
.Mollie Clifton and Master Archie
Clifton, all of Lake Helen, in Volus
ia county, now over here visiting
friends in the Higley section.
At the meeting of Ocala Lodge No
286, B. P. O. E., last night the resig
ination of Mr. Joseph Bell as secre
tary was tendered to and accepted
by the lodge, and Mr. L. W. Harley
was elected to the office. It was with
much regret that the members ac
cepted Judge Bell's resignation, as
be has made the lodge a most effi
Mr. D. M. Barco, our veteran
supervisor of registration,' has gone
on a visit to : DeSoto county and
other parts of South Florida. Mr.
Barco says, that aftre a close exper
ience with the Bryan primary law,
he is inclined to like it, and be believes
lieves believes that with a few amendments
that it will work very well. It's
the Star's opinion that the law Is a
good one it needs a few changes,
and the second choice should be left
off, and then it would work as well
as any Haw could.
Mayor s Oscar M. Eaton of Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland spent today in the city on bus business,
iness, business, Mr. Eaton was a resident of
this city for several years, leaving
bere eleven yeairs ago. He is one of
khe most popular conductors on the
A. C L. .(Railway and has a host of
friends all over the state. Mr. Eaton
and dame fortune have been mighty
chummy since he moved to Lakeland
and his many fortunate investments
have put 'him Into the class of
the "plutes" almost, as Claude IEn IEn-gle
gle IEn-gle calls them.
WILL OPEX JUNE 15
As near as possible on June 15th I
will open my jewelry and watch re repairing
pairing repairing business in one of the show
window spaces of the. Carlisle drug
store, and ask my friends to remem remember
ber remember me with their work. An abso absolutely
lutely absolutely first class repair department
-will be maintained.
6-10-7t J. C. SMITH, Jeweler.
TWO COTTAGES FOR RENT I
have two new ; and thoroughly
modern cottages for rent, one near
Jake Brown's residence and one
near my home, 'on West South
Fifth street. R. L. Carter. 6-1 0-6 1
You Don't Know
Until you have tried
Heinz Baked Beans
Special by the dozen for
this week only
No. 1 tins (10c)-...$1.02
No. 2 tins (15c)- $1.56
No. 3 tins (20c) $2.16
Good to Eat.
Ready to Serve.
0. K. Teapot Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
DAILY WEATHER REPORT
The following weather report is
furnished the Star every afternoon
by Mr. F. G. B. Weihe, local report reporter
er reporter for the "weather bureau operated
by the United States department of
agriculture, showing maximum and
minimum temperature and rainfall
during the twenty-four hours end
ing at 3 p. m.:
Max. Mil R. F
March average. 74" 48 .03
April average. .81 60 .09
May average. .83 61 .05
June 1. . . . .93 70
June 2 ...90 69 .12
June 3. ...... .90 70
June 4. . . . .91 68 .01
June 5 . .. . .93 74
June 6. . ... .93 69 .11
June 7 95 69
June 8. .. ... .96 72
June 9... .....90 69
June 10. . .". .94 69
Generally fair -tonight and Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. 3IRS. JANE HOWARD ADAMS
The body of Mrs. Jane Howard
Adams was found dead in her bed at
the, residence at -Burbank early yes
terday morning, when some of the
neighbors went to the house to see
her. Mrs. Adams took poison early
in the night, evidently as she had
been tdead several hours when the
body was found. .She; was shopping
In the city Monday and nothing un
usual was noticed about her conduct.
She left a note giving her reason for
the act, but we were unable to learn
its contents. The coroner's jury de
cided that it was a case of suicide.
Mrs. Adams was about 50 years of
age and came here with her husband
several years ago from Texas, we are
told. Mr. Adams was working at
Oak and was not at -home when Mts
Adams died. The body was brought
to Ocala and is in the undertaking
parlors of 'Mclver & MacKay. If no
contrary instructions are received
from relatives who have been notified
the body will be buried here tomor
CARD OF THANKS
,1 wish to thank the many people
who rendered such valuable aid at
the fire yesterday afternoon, that
did so much damage at my apart apartment
ment apartment house, the Lin wood Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. : The firemen, both paid and
volunteer, and many citizens, both
neighbors and strangers, did most
efficient work in saving the house
and my furniture and the personal
effects of the roomers. I realize that
without the prompt assistance of the
fire department and the citizens the
property would; have been a total
loss, and I wish to thank one and all
who gave their assistance at the
fire, and afterwards in getting the
place straightened out again. I have
sufficient rooms in condition to care
for my regular roomers, and the
damaged rooms will be put in good
condition as rapidly as possible.
' Mrs. Anna Beaton.
MORE IMPROVEMENTS BY
The Metropolitan Realty & Invest Investment
ment Investment Company, has commenced to
rebuild the one story frame build building
ing building opposite the Metropolitan Bank.
This building will be increased in
ground floor size, made two stories
instead of one, and covered -with im imitation
itation imitation brick on at least two sides.
Later on it- will be replaced with a
substantial brick building, in keep keeping
ing keeping with the bank and the big brick
block now being completed on the
other, or third corner that the com company
pany company owns, out of the four, at Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and South Secon d street.
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
m.; arrives Tampa 6:30. a. -m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
Q:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
11:10 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves
Ocala 1:30 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 5:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa J p
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
New York, June 10. Turpentine,
47 to 48; roein, $4.10.
Chicago, June 10.- July wheat,
85; pork, nominal; September
lard, $10.22; ribs, $li.40.
New York, June 10. Stocks are
generally strong with good fractional
advances. Canadian and, Reading axe
the exceptions, being a shade lower.
New York, June 10. Cotton three
to five points lower. July, 13.16;
ARE PLAYING BALL
The commission men now in the
city have organized a ball team, and
are giving the Ocala regulars a live lively
ly lively game this afternoon.
The commission men are all out of
practice but they are a capable
looking crowd, and will likely give
the home team a stiff game. Their
line-up is as follows:
Gentile p; Brackett c; Turner If;
Deocalzi ss; Callaway rf ; Rutledge
lb ; Bowden 2b ; Wilson 3b ; Dor-
sett cf. :
A HUGE IRONING MACHINE
The Ocala Steam Laundry has just
installed one of the largest flat work
ironers ever seen in these parts. The
ironer was made and shipped from
the factory, the Rochester. Laundry
Machine Company of Rochester, N.
Y. It has a capacity that will meet
the requirements of the laundry for
many years and irons all fiat goods
at one action, no matter how small
the piece. The machine has a safe
ty device, along where the goods
are fed in the form of a wire screen
grating on a rod extending across
the machine, through which the
fingers would have to pass before
getting into the rollers and this
would have to pass before getting
into the rollers, thus moving the rod
and instantly stopping the machine.
This automatic device absolutely pre prevents
vents prevents accidents to the operator. Mr.
W. B. Fuller, the superintendent,
spent three days and nights assem assembling
bling assembling the machine and getting' it
ready for operation and it is running
as smooth as a watch. The machine
taken out was shipped to West Palm
WILL OPEX DRUG STORE
The (Metropolitan people will short shortly
ly shortly open a first class drugstore for the
patronage of the colored race, in the
southwest corner of the Metropoli Metropolitan
tan Metropolitan Bank Building. The fixtures
and fountain, which are to be very
handsome, have been ordered,- and a
large and up-to-date stock of drugs
and druggists sundries will be put
in, and a registered pharmacist em employed.
ployed. employed. The company will be a co copartnership,
partnership, copartnership, made up largely of the
men who are conducting the Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan enterprises so successfully.
NOTICE OF ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
To Whom It May Concern:
This is to certify that I have plac placed
ed placed .in the city pound the following
described animals that -.have been
found running at large within the
corporate limits of of the city of
Ocala, contrary to, the ordinances of
One dunn-colored heifer, about
one year old, marked smooth crop in
one ear and hole in other ear; one
steer about one year old, marked
smooth crop. in right ear, shallow
fork in left ear, color also dark dunn.
- The owners thereof are hereby
notified that if the animals are not
claimed and all expenses of taking
and impounding thereof are not paid
within three days from the date
hereof, to-wit: On the 'l2th day of
June, A. D., 1914, I will sell the
same to the highest and best bidder.
said sale to take place between the
hours of 11 a. m., and 3 p. m., on
said day, at the city pound, in Ocala,
Florida. W. P. Adams,,
6-10-2t dly. Marshal City of Ocala.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even even-jigs
jigs even-jigs In each month. .Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice. east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
Joseph Bell. Secretary. Ad.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
The more bank depositors there are in a cornmunity, the more preepcrous
will be both, the individual citizen and the community aa a whole.
The bank and its depositors, co-operating, can bring about gratifying rc rc-suits
suits rc-suits in the form of more business. v : t --
The service of this Bank includes Credit, Advice, Discounts and Safe and
Profitable handling of funds. We are anxious to serve you,
The Ocala National : Bannlko
Capitol, Surplus and Profits over :CC3,C:i).CC5.
ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY:
IIAHES 10 11JDEIIS
Of Institutions, Firms, People and
Phones Most Often Called in
The following condensed tele
phone directory is published for the
benefit of the Star's readers. .No
charge is made for any of the entries
in it. It covers the city depart
ments, the railroads and telegraph
offices, the offices and residences of
all the doctors in the city, the hos hospital
pital hospital aa1 ined nurses In "fact, all
the points likely to be most needed.
A directory is attached to each
phone, but people often have occas
ion to learn a telephone number
when they are at a distance from
both the phone and the book, and it
is principally for the convenience of
these that the directory is published.
A. C. L. passenger station. . . 370
A. C. L. freight office.'. ., . 9$
Annex Drugstore ........... 279
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore . . 123
Banner .. ... . ...... ... V. 1
Board of Trade. ..... ... . . 381
Brinson, school superintendent 141
Carlisle's Drugstore ........ 424
Court Pharmacy ........... 284
City Hall .'. .... 303
Commercial Bank ..... . . 122
.County jail .............. . 35
Dr. Dozier . ... . ......... 41
Dr. Dozier, residence 69
Dr. E. Van Hood 324
Dr. E. Van Hood, residence. 164
Dr. Counts 427
.Dr. Counts, residence ........ 349
Dr. J. W. Hood 203
Dr. J. W. Hood, residence;... 295
Dr. Izlar 11
Dr. izlar," residence. ......... 71
Dr. Land 422
Dr. Lane, residence. ......... 477
Dr. Lindner. ............... 78
Dr. McClane . ............ 333
Dr. McClane, residence. ...... 407
Dr. Newsom. ............... 512
Dr. Newsom, residence...... 186
DrPeek . . . ... 468
Dir. Peek, residence 301
Dr. Smith 53
Dr, Smith, residence. ..... 74
Dr. Thompson 139
Dr. Von Engelken. 286
Dr. Von Engelken, residence. 290
Dr. Watt ........ ... ; 53
Dr.. Watt, residence . . ..... i 472
Dr. Walters . ... 78
Dr. Walters, residence ... 495
Dr. Wilson, colored. . .... . 404
Dr. Hughes, colored. ...... .185
Dr. R. R. Williams (colored) 369
EVENING STAR 51
Electric Light Plant ... 66x
Elks Club. . ... ......... . 176
FIRE STATION ............ 60
Florida House. . ........... 133
Galloway, sheriff, residence...- 91
Harrington all Hotel. ..... 32M
TELEPHONE EXCHANGE.. 500
Imperial Loundry ........... 21
Marion County Fair Grounds.. 243
Marion County Board of Trade 381
MARION COUNTY HOSPITAL '33
Miss Gerard, trained nurse. ... 472
Miss Harwell, trained nurse. . 472
Miss Washburn, trained nurse 206
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. ... 18
Moose Club......... 460
Metropolitan Bank 363
OCALA EVENING STAR 51
Ocala Gas Co., office... 61
Ocala Gas Co., plant. ........ 478
Ocala House 52
Ocala National Bank 334
Ocala Northern Railway 249
Ocala Southwestern Railway.". 367
Ocala City office 303
Ocala Heights Dairy 421
Ocala Telephone Company.... 142
Ocala Steam Laundry 101
POLICE ALARM 195
PostoflSce Drugstore ........ 20
Postal Telegraph pffice 217
Sheriff's office.... 49
Seaboard Air Line City Ticket
Seaboard Airline freight office 38
STAR OFFICE 51
Southern Express Co. 42
Tydings Drugstore 30
Western Union xeiegrapn oifice 136
Dr. W. K. Ine Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office, Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Tickets good on all regular trains.-1 Final limit June 21st
Proportionate low rates from other poinU.
For further information call on or wrife to any A. C L. Agent, or
M. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, Ocala Florida.
Y.'R. BEAZLEV, 'Y'::X$Mo. HHIIIIAOT,
Traveling Passenger Agent.
CAPITAL STOQX C50,COO.CO.
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A.fitting climax to the opening of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal will com e with the great Exposition
at San Fran cisco. The plans '- are complete.
The beautiful de luxe Booklet of the Exposition
.is now ready. r.
A big question confronted the Exposition authorities:
"How shall we put this booklet into the hands ojf in intelligent
telligent intelligent people everywhere?" -L v
The problem was as biz as the worfdlt troap. Various
methods were considered and discarded . s
Final judgment pointed -to this most appropriate and
logical way: The Remington TypcwriTcrVjCSnmpany was
selected as the official distributor. IP'hy?
Because the Remington TypewriterJCompany is
known where'er men communicate with each other in
written language. -
Because the 658 Remington offices fjiich dot the
earth, are supply stations for the most remote points in
the two hemispheres.
To indicate further i:s belief in the Remington Type Type-,
, Type-, writer, the Exposition management will typeall its official
letters on Remington machines. For the use of visitors,
hundreds of Remingtons will be installed in the Exposition
You wi'l do well to get a copy of this beautiful booklet
which, in accordance wii our arrangement ivuh the Ex-
position, we arc now distributing free. Zt'(
Call at our local oicc and we shall be glad to give you
a copy.- :
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. : Division
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