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AT RIGHT PCICES
OCALA. FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1912.
J. p. wm is
LToneyed Interests Behind Figfit
to Prevent His HamLiaticn.
THE HARMONCLARKUNDERHEARST MINSTRELS.
Ha Has Laid Bare Source of
STATEMENT 0VC01. A. S.BAC0:i
Champ Clark's Connection With th
i Financial Pawcrs It Traced Through
En-Senator Pattigrew oi .8oMth.Dt .8oMth.Dt-kota
kota .8oMth.Dt-kota Why They Hat tha Govarno"
of Now Jor&ey.
In a booklet written by Colonel Alex
ander S. Baou of New York and l
saed by the Woodrow Wilson man
agement J. I. Morgan & Co.. with
other money interests, are specifically
.charged with being behind the fight
against Governor Wilson.
Colonel Da eon traces the connection
through ex-Senator RkLrd Franrl
Pettigrew of South Dakota, one of the
leading managers of the Champ Clark
cause. Tettigrew has written many
letters for circulation through the mid
die west, saying things which the Wil Wilson
son Wilson people declare are untrue.
Senator Pettigrew, Colonel Bacon
says, has always been a servant to
James J. Hill and the Hill railroads
and has boasted that Hill enabled him
to make half, a million dollars. Now.
says Colonel Bacon:
The bankers for the Hill lines and
the Interests for years Identified witU
the Hill properties are J. P. Morgan &
Co. The fact that Pettigrew is taking
the lead In this crusade against Wilson
' lends considerable weight to an impres impression
sion impression that is pretty general as to the
real forces fighting Wilson. Wilson is
the one man. above all, whom the spe special
cial special interests are determined to defeat.
The financial powers bate him not
only becavse they regard Wilson as a
"dangerous man" but because they re regard
gard regard him aa "a traitor to his class."
They hate htm for his attempts to de democratize
mocratize democratize Princeton; for his refusal to
let their representative, ex-Senator
James Smith, return to the United
. States senate; for the popular meas measures
ures measures he has placed upon the statute
books in New Jersey; for bis refusal to
take their money for campaign pur
poses. They hoped for better things
than this from Woodrow Wilson; at
first they regarded him as one of them themselves
selves themselves taking the popular side, Wilson
has unclassed himself.
Above all, these forces know that
once Wilson Is elected they will lose
control of the government. Senator
Pettigrew is precisely the type of man
these forces would select to serve their
The plan of campaign engineered
against Wilson is no secret. Pettigrew
is loudly campaigning for Speaker
Clark. Pettigrew and his fellow cam campaigners,
paigners, campaigners, however, care nothing for
Clark. Wall street cares nothing for
Clark. Had Pettigrew all the electoral
votes in his bands at this moment he
would not cast them for Clark. What
Wall street wants to do Is to defeat
Wilson. It has collected a large cam campaign
paign campaign fund, not to nominate Clark, but
to destroy the New Jersey man.
Likewise politicians of the moneyed
interests are pushing the candidates of
several men all against Wilson. As the
sugar trust years ago testified that it
contributed to the campaign of both
parties, so the Wall street financiers
are now supplying money to the back backers
ers backers of Underwood, Harmon and Clark
They realize that there is only one na national
tional national candidate Wilson. Clark. Un Underwood
derwood Underwood and Harmon have folio wings
only in certain localities, while Wilson
Is strong in every state. They have
therefore determined as a fixed policy
to use the favorite sons in states where
they are especially strong merely as
tools to keep the delegates from Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. Underwood is strong in Alabama,
and as a southern man naturally finds
favor in other southern states.
Mr. Harmon is presumably popular
In Ohio and perhaps la the several
eastern stand pat states, so Wall street
pushes Harmon ahead In these quar quarters,
ters, quarters, keeping Underwood and Clark
out of the straggle. Similarly Clark
ought to be strong In the west, and so
the anti-Wilson managers push his can candidacy
didacy candidacy In these sections. It Is In a
campaign of this kind that men Ihte
Pettigrew, in spite of his record, have
a certain usefulness.
The first part of Colonel Bacon's let
ter answers the charges, so freely
made by Pettigrew, Hearst and George
Fred Williams of Massachusetts. Ac According
cording According to William Randolph Hearst,
the chief backer of Champ Clark, Wil Wilson
son Wilson Is a federalist. According to
George Fred Williams, he Is a horri
bit tory." One ot Pettlgrew's accusa accusations
tions accusations is that Wilson was brought up In
an atmosphere of great wealth; he was
presldent of an aristocratic college,
located In New Jersey, in an atmos
phere of trusts and political corrup
Colonel Bacon points out that Wil
son's father was a poor Presbyterian
preacher and that the boy's bringing
up was simple and democratic. He
quotes from Wilson's books and mag magazine
azine magazine articles to. show that politically
he is the exact opposite of a "federal
1st" and "a horrible tory."
After saying that Governor Wilson
at Princeton fought for Democracy
Colonel Bacon goes on to tell how the
moneyed Interests, "which control the
Institution." proved too much for WII WII-aon.
aon. WII-aon. and In October, 1910, Wilson re resigned
signed resigned and "transferred his battle for
Democracy to another field."
Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best
we have to offer at 60c the box. The
Post Office Drag Stores.
I WILSON'S ) ?m?J Tv WHY ARE THE )
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WAS TOO CAREFUL
statement that the captain of the liner
Californian refused to go to the Ti Ti-tanic's
tanic's Ti-tanic's aid, although his ship was but
a few miles away at the time of the
disaster which cost 1,600 lives, was
filed yesterday by Ernest Gill, the
Californian's wireless operator, with
the Senate committee conducting- the
investigation. Gill said the distress
rockets sent up by the Titanic's crew
were plainly visible from the Califor Californian's
nian's Californian's deck and must have been even
plainer to those of the officers on the
bridge and the man in the lookout bas basket
ket basket aloft, lie said he tried to organize
a committee of the crew to go to the
captain and make a protest against his
course, but said the men "were afraid
they would lose their jobs."
beware: op oixtmexts for ca catarrh
tarrh catarrh THAT CO XT A IX MERCURY
As mercury will surely destroy the
sense of amell and completely derange
the whole system when entering It
through the mueous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except
on prescriptions from reputable physi physicians,
cians, physicians, as the damage they will do Is
ten fold to the good you can possibly
derive from- tht-m. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by P. J. Cneney &
Co.. Toledo, O., contains no mercury,
and Is taken internally, acting direct directly
ly directly upon the blood and mucous sur surfaces
faces surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the
genuine. It is taken Internally and
made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney
& Co. Testimonials free. Sold by by-druggists.
druggists. by-druggists. Price 75c. per bottle. Take
Hall's Family Fills for constipation
COWS TAKES UP 1
Taken up at my place, Cornell, Fla..
the following estray stock: One dun
colored cow. with red heifer calf. Cow
marked with crop and two splits Jn
right ear, swallow fork and under bit
, in the other ear. No brand; neither
has calf brand or mark. One brindle
cow and calf, cow marked crop and
saw set in one ear, bullet hole in other,
no brand. Owner can have the stock
by calling for same, paying for feed
and for this advertisement.
Cornell. Fla.. April 18. 1912.
IT LOOKS LJKE A CRIME
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len's Buck-len's Arnica Salve. His pimples, boils,
scratches, knocks, sprains and bruises
demand it. and Its quick relief for
burns, scalds, or cuts is his right. Keep
it handy for boys, also girls. Heals
everything healable and does It quick.
Unequaled for piles. Only 25 cents at
Tydings St Company.
V. B. KELLER & CO.
(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
or Day, to All Parts of City
Parlors Located Dark of Frank's
DAY PHONE, 10
NIGHT PHONE, 448
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For Taibr-tlade Clothing and
Cleaning Pressing and
Prices In Keeping with Good
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posits deposits lemaining 3 months or
more we are pleased to al low low-interest
interest low-interest at the rate of 4 per
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The ertificate of Deposit
is convenient because U may
be transferred without dis
turbing the earned interest
and without the formality of
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If you will have any amount
of idle money you are invited
to deposit it here where it will
be available when needed.
MUNROE & GHAM6LISS
OCALA - FLORIDA
Lulled State Pontal ShvIdk Hank
FROM SILVER SPRIXG
Remember the day outing on the
water Sunday. The City of Ocala is
appointed to clear from Silver Springs
for the Oklawaha river excursion at 9
a. m. The Ocala Northern train leaves
the Ocala Seaboard station at 7:30 a.
m. Fare for round trip on vessel Is 50
cents. Return in Silver Springs at
4:30 p. m. Albert Ansoi Graham.
PUTS EXI TO BA1 IIARTT
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Let the joy of better feelings end "the
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OPEX ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is now open
night and day. Never closed. You can
get Just what you want to eat. cooked
as you like It, at moderate prices. Fish
and oysters a specialty.
J. R. Dewey, Proprietor.
Kidney Trouble Attack Ocala Men
and Women, Old and Young:
Kidney ills seize young and old
Come quickly with little warning.
Children suffer in their early years
Can't control the kidney secretions.
Girls are languid, nervous, suffer
Women worry, can't do daily work.
Men have lame and aching backs.
The cure for man. woman or child
Is to cure the cause the kidneys.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for sick
Have brought relief to O.-'ala people.
Ocala testimony proves it.
O. C. Tigner. salesman. 29 Tusca Tusca-willa
willa Tusca-willa St.. Ocala. Fla,, says: "I am con confident
fident confident that Doan's Kidney Pills are a
remedy of merit for the purposes for
which their use is intended. One of
the younger members of my family
had a kidney weakness and Doan's
Kidney Pills, procured from Tydinsrs
& Co's. drugstore were used. The
great benefit they brought warrants
me in recommending them."
For sale by all dealers. Price CO
cents. Foster-Milburn., Buffalo, Nw
York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
TIMBER FOR SALE
5.000,000 feet, stumpage.
S orange groves at Lake Weir.
R. L. Martin, Merchaafs Block.
(;i;i:hi. (iitwrs ki nkkal
N'ew York, April 27. Men promi prominent
nent prominent in all walk.-? of life, among them
Fresidt-nt Taft, gathered here yester yesterday
day yesterday to attend the funeral of the late
Major General Frederick Dent Grant,
whose death occurred in this city on
April Jl. The funeral was deferred
so that his daughter, Frincess Canta Canta-cuzene
cuzene Canta-cuzene of Russia, might arrive and
attend. She arrived witli her hus husband,
band, husband, the prince. Thursday night.
Bishop Fallow.-; ofticiated. Many of officers
ficers officers of hi.h rank of the army and
navy were in attendance and the fu funeral
neral funeral procession was one of the long longest
est longest ever swn in the city. General
Grant was buried with full military
THE DAXC.EU AFTER CRIP
L,ies often in a run-down system.
Weakness, nervousness, lack of appe
tite, energy and ambition, with disor-1
dered liver and kidneys often follow
an attack of this wretched disease.
The greatest need then is Electric Bit Bitters,
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A good, well improved farm, with
beautiful orange grove in bearing;
good dwelling and out buildings, fenc fencing,
ing, fencing, etc.; close to railroad, twelve
miles west of Ocala. Will sell cheap
or will exchange for improved Ocala
property. Apply to Rev. Z. A. Crump Crump-ton,
ton, Crump-ton, Xo. 87 Daugherty St.. Ocala.
ALMOST A MIRACLE
One of the most startling changes
ever seen in any man, according to W.
B. flolsclaw. Clarendon, Texas, was
"that all our family thought he was
effected years ago in his brother. "lie
had such a dreadful cough," he writes,
going into consumption, but he be began
gan began to use Dr. King's New Discov Discovery,
ery, Discovery, and was completely cured by ten
bottles. Now he is sound and well and
weighs 218 pounds. For many years
our family has used this wonderful
remedy for coughs and colds with ex excellent
cellent excellent results." Its quick, safe, re reliable
liable reliable and guaranteed. Trice 50 cents
and $1. Trial bottle free at Tydings
We guarantee to teach you how to
use your Kodak. Bring your films to
the Ocala Photo Co.
Fresh Shrimp, Crabs
Fresh and Salt
in the city.
Any season's Delicacy
Chas. Kodoff, Proprietor
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I Astor Investment Co.,
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RESENTS SLUR AT TEACHERS.
President of the University of North
Carolina Calls Attention to Services
Other Educators Have Rendered to
the Republic Opposition to Governor
Wilson Comes From the Privileged
By Dr. FRANCIS P. VENABLE,
President of the University of North
Some of the politicians have contemp contemptuously
tuously contemptuously dismissed Woodrow Wilson's
claims as a statesman and a candidate
for the hip host office in the gift of his
party by speaking of him as "only a
There are several hundred thousand
of teachers in the country, and many of
us are proud of the name. We resent
the sneering use of it with the implica implication
tion implication that because we are teachers we
are unfit for other service. I do not
feel called upon to debate this point
nor think that it is at all necessary.
The fling is an altogether unworthy one
and shows a regrettable ignorance of
the service rendered by teachers in the
building of the nation and the part
they have payed as leaders.
Can we forget the part played by
John Witherspoon, another president
of Princeton, in securing the independ independence
ence independence of- our country and in safely
launching the young republic, and that
a college president, James A. Garfield,
was later on president of this republic
when it had become the mightiest na nation
tion nation on earth, and that Robert E. Lee
thought it no lowering of his dignity
nor lesser service to end his life as a
Has Not Lost Hop.
Now, I am not writing as a teacher
or college president, but as a citizen,
one who has for years thought over the
problems which confront us In this
great democratic experiment among the
nations; one who has been perplexed
and fearful of disaster, seeing slight
hope in the various expedients which
the years have brought forth and find finding
ing finding small comfort in the leaders pro produced,
duced, produced, yet not losing hope. It has been
the passion of ray life to labor for the
uplift of my people.
In Woodrow Wilson I find a man
who has analyzed the situation as only
a master mind could d&. He has pierc pierced
ed pierced to the very center of things as with
a surgeon's knife and laid bare the
source of the trouble. I know of no
other man who has done this or shown
the capacity to do it I know that this
is the first and absolutely essential
step In the eradication of disease.
Furthermore, he is a resourceful
man and not without a remedy. If
this is a government by the people
then in some way the people must be
got to exercise this right of ruling.
Knowing, that many are Ignorant,
many weak, many vicious, I realize
that this does not mean the Immediate
ushering in of the millennium, but
there is no other hope for Democracy.
I know Governor Wilson to be an
honest and fearless man, who, seeing
the right, will drive straightly to it
without fear or swerving; that he is a
foe to all wrong and untruth and In Injustice
justice Injustice and under no bond to any man
nor "group of men.
I know him as a strong man, who
has won decisive victories for the right,
relying on himself, the justice of his
cause and direct appeal to the people.
I know him as one whose whole life
has leen searched by those who would
do him harm and no fault found that
would stamp him as untrue or un unworthy.
worthy. unworthy. Reasons For Opposition.
I know him as one bitterly opposed
by the seekers for office, the nonpro nonpro-gressives.
gressives. nonpro-gressives. the privileged interests.
These are opposed to him because they
believe him to be the man I have de de-serHetl
serHetl de-serHetl and hold him dangerous where
I see in him the hope of the coming of
a better day. Of course I do not class
with them others who for different
reasons find they cannot favor him.
That It Is said that he cannot carry
this state or that state because of the
overwhelming opposition of the privi privileged
leged privileged Interests Is no reason for turning
from him. We dare not bow to such
dictation. The people must arise In
their might and enforce their will or
there Is no hope anywhere of relief.
These are the reasons why I favor
Woodrow Wilson for president of the
WILSON CAN CARRY NEW
Houston (Tex.) Chronicle-!
Senator O'Gorman of New
York, the first genuinely Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic senator the Empire State
fca3 had In a lifetime, says: "I
have said to persons who asked
my opinion that Governor Wil Wilson
son Wilson would certainly carry New
York state in the event of his
nomination at Baltimore." The
Texas organs of the special in interests
terests interests are telling their readers
Wilson won't do because he can't
carry New York. Of course they
know better than the Democratic
-enator from New York.
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make eating all that it should
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lution resolution to try us next time.
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nCALA EVENING STAR, SATLRDAY, APRIL 27, 1912.
1A EVENING STAR
Zlttizzer & Carroll Proprietors.
3r R. Carroll, Business Manager.
. J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Marconi Is a beneractor 01 numaunji.
He is also out for the stuff.
all home work and all about Marlon
county. Help us to make It a good
one and It will help you.
With Hearst on one side and Will William
iam William Rockefeller on the other. JJnder JJnder-wood
wood JJnder-wood Ij truly between the devil and
the deep sea.
- Mr- Soarkman has a good chance of
success, but he won't "have a walkover.
His friends Should work and watch till
the polls are closed.
"Old songs, old wines, old friends are
best." Stephen M. Sparkman la an old
friend to Ocala. and has been a good
one. Don't forget It when you mark
your ballot, Tuesday.
Cromwell Gibbons is a Moose and
Park. Trammell Is a Woodman. The
Ocala voter who belongs to both or
ders has to toss up a coin to decide, but
he Is likely "to vote for one.
Sparkman has just attained the
crime of his usefulness. To set him
aside now would be like toting
bucket of water uphill from the spring
and upsetting It at the front door.
Maybe some of you young folks
think we are having a hot campaign
The veterans who can remember back
twenty-five years or more can tell it
you it Is a very mild one.
Albert Anson Graham will run an
excursion un fialt River some time
next week but will not know his pas
senger list before Wednesday morn
It Is foolish for any man. to become
hot under the collar or hysterical
about politics, but it is every citizen's
duty to vote and vote to the best of
his knowledge for the best man and
Notwithstanding the allegations
against him, if we are sentenced to go
to sea on the Mount Temple, we shall
hope that its captain and not one of
Its late passengers will be on the
Toomer says he will not condescend
to make attacks on LEngle. We dare daresay
say daresay he would attack fast enough if he
could find anything to say. Claude -has
a clean record. It would take nothing
short of downright lying to make
case against him.
All the Independent writers, the
men who know and help to make pub
lie sentiment, are agreed that this Is
the year of the progressives and that
the mossbacks had Just as well,, go
away back and sit down.
The Star really doesn't know
whether to be confused or amused. It
has noticed two Underwood papers
directly contradicting each other in
their charges against Wilson. Their
editors should get together and map
out a schedule.
The survival of the fittest does not
work out so well in civilized life. The
brave, athletic and resourceful man
like Archie Butt is more likely to lose
his life in a great disaster' than the
cold-blooded and narrow-souled person
The Star does perceive that the
Times-Union has a most competent
editor of nautical affairs. He would
have to be provided with binoculars, a
sextant, rule, compass and a p
pliers to make a chart oXl" Aune his
brother w ri t epn m0 u r n i n g out about
The stuff that some preachers are
handing out, about the Almighty caus causing
ing causing the Titanic wreck in order to
teach humanity a lesson makes us
weary. Why should God destroy hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of valuable lives to instruct
fools? Such opinions originate only
In narrow minds, or perverted ones.
Before making slurring remarks
about William J. Bryan, let us remem remember
ber remember that the biggest crowd Ocala has
seen inside of a building paid a dol dollar
lar dollar a head to bear him speak' a few
months ago. No other orator can draw
such a crowd to hear a free spee'eh,
not even with the band to help him.
The people who are afraid to nomi nominate
nate nominate a progressive candidate for the
presidency on the democratic ticket
should remember that the worst whip whipping
ping whipping the democratic party has had
since Greeley. was its candidate was
when the "safe and sane" Judge Par Parker
ker Parker ran in 1904. '
Tom Watson poses as a know-it-all.
..Recently he made an attack on Wilson
for not naming certain Georgia cele celebrities
brities celebrities In his history, S. Mallory Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy of Pensacola took up the history
and Watson's article, and very clearly
proved Tom either untruthful or ig ignorant.
norant. ignorant. Tom Watson Is a spicy writer,
bat he can manufacture facts to prove
his opinions about as rapidly as any
The campaign headquarters of
Wood row Wilson In Washington has
issued a bulletin showing that Wilson
has 1(4 delegates practically pledged
to him. In this table are included
Maine's eight uninstructed delegates,
twenty from Kansas who will vote for
Wilson as second choice and ten from
North Dakota also holding Wilson as
Northern Mexico Is a good country,
and if the southern boundary line of
the United States should be. drawn
' across it from Tamplco to Guadalajara
the map, of North America would look
more symmetricaL Also, the denizens
of the greaser states to the south
would look more respectfully at the
American flag and American citizens
until they had become sufficiently
civilized to be looked at respectfully
Some of the Ilillsville. Va.. bandits
have been jailed, but the real offend offenders
ers offenders have made their getaway for the
time being. The mailed hand of jus justice
tice justice will close on them some day.
Thirty years ago. John Taylor, an
East Tennesseean, convicted of mur murder,
der, murder, was being taken from Chattanooga
to Knoxvllle by Sheriff Cate and his
deputy of Hamilton county, Tenn.
About halfway between the two cities,
two of Taylor's brothers boarded the
train.' killed the officers and took to
the woods with their rescued kinsman.
They were hunted all through that re re--
- re-- don. for weeks. In much the same
fashion the Aliens were hunted in the
the Virginia mountains. They escaped
for a few months. But they were all
accounted for In time. Andy, the
youngest, was finally captured and
sent to the penitentiary. Robert was
shot dead while resisting arrest by a
Missouri officer, and John, the cause
of the trouble, succumbed to disease
caused by exposure and died less than
year after his escape. The attack
of the Aliens on the Virginia judge
was something of a parallel case, and
the nnai result to mem win oe anoui
TOOMER EVADES THE TRUTH
Mr. Toomer, in his reply to LEngle.
published In the Banner this morn morning,
ing, morning, is evasive in answer t and un untruthful
truthful untruthful In counter charge.
Mr. Toomer says: "I feel that it Is
simple justice to me, and to the elec
tors who must pass upon this matter.
that I should make a dignified but ex
plicit denial of these charges. They
are each and every one of them utter
Most of LEngle's charges prove
themselves. Mr. Toomer Is foolish to
deny that he came here from Georgia
only a few years ago; that he an
nounced for congressman from the
second district -and withdrew, because.
he said, his business affairs claimed
too much of his time, and that, -not
withstanding, he went into the race
for congressman at large at the very
last minute. Mr. LEngle's statements
about Mr. Toomer's connection with
the convict lease In Georgia are, we
presume, matters of record. We are
familiar with LEngle's methods and
have very seldom known him to make
charges he could not prove.
The Criminal Libel Case
Mr. Toomer further says: "I regret
to state that this is not Mr. LEngle's
first offense of this character. On De December
cember December 1, 1908, he was tried by a jury
of Florldians in the county ofPolk,
and convicted of the offense of crim criminal
inal criminal libel and thereafter sentenced to
thirty days in Jail, or the alternative
of the payment of a fine."
Half a Trnta mm I)ad at a Lie
Why does not Mr. Toomer give all
the facts in this case? LEngle made
charges, backed by indisputable' evi
dence against a speculator. He was
summoned to Polk county, tried and
convicted of criminal libel, as Mr.
Toomer says, but Mr. Toomer, as a
lawyer, knows that In some courts it
is possible for a man to be convicted
of libel even when he offers the truth
in evidence. Why does not Mr. Toomer
finish the story? Mr. LEngle either ap appealed
pealed appealed the case or paid a light fine
at any rate, the verdict against him
was of very little effect he went
right on showing up other abuses, and
he has lots of friends in Polk county
Mr. Toomer's" "rebuke" may impose
on the entirely ignorant, but to those
who are posted, it is on a line with
the rest of his campaign..
The Times-Union gave a glowing ac account
count account of a speech that Toomer didn't
make in Palatka. The Times-Union
said that Toomer spoke to a "splendid
crowd" in Ocala, when the said crowd
contained less than1 twenty-five per persons.
sons. persons. The "splendid" was not sent
from Ocala, but inserted in the ac account
count account in the Times-Union office. The
Times-Union has had Toomer speak speaking
ing speaking to companies in several places,
when he really addressed corporal's
guards. We can only guess why
Toomer entered the race at the very
last minute, but we all know It isn't
safe to vote for a candidate when a
corporation paper is doing such whole wholesale
sale wholesale lying in his behalf.
Mr. John W. Watson indirectly
charges that Mr. Park Trammell is
neglecting his duties as attorney gen general
eral general in order to conduct his campaign.
When Mr. Trammell wentjjut to can canvass,
vass, canvass, he left in his office at Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee his brotheWorth Trammell,
who is perfectr familiar with the
''iilr Mwnrri 11" i absence Is
Tiut causing the state's interests to be
neglected or costing it an additional
If you want Florida represented on
the floor of the House of Representa Representatives
tives Representatives by a man who Is brilliant, brave
and fearless, and who has never failed
to be outspoken in the cause of the
people, vote for Claude L'Engle.
You had better have a last tender
interview with your dear friend the
candidate before Monday evening. He
will not love you so muchly seventy seventy-two
two seventy-two hours from now.
In his younger days, the writer oc occasionally
casionally occasionally sat in the sinful and se seductive
ductive seductive game known as poker, and he
remembers very well that the appear appearance
ance appearance of a fifth ace at a showdown was
considered proof positive that some somebody
body somebody had been careless,' to say the
least. Toomer is the fifth ace in the
congressman at large game.
The soldier boys like Gibbons and
the lawyers are stuck on Trammell.
There are almost as many lawyers a.s
soldiers in Ocala.
A wireless message from the cable
ship Mackay-Bennett, which has been
picking up bodies which were releas released
ed released from the wreck of the White Star
Line steamer Titanic, reached the
White Star office in New York yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, stating that the bodies of John
Jacob Astor and Isidor Straus were
among those recovered and positively
Identified. The Mackay-Bennett is
slowly feeling her way to Halifax,
William J. Bryan says that Under Underwood
wood Underwood as a democratic candidate is im impossible.
possible. impossible. All of us who haven't wool
pulled over our eyes know he is im impossible
possible impossible to elect.
Speaking of Tom Watson's criticism
on Wilson's history reminds us that
we have read some of Watson's his historical
torical historical efforts. They are fine instances
of word-painting, but as almost his historically
torically historically unexact as the Arabian
Nights. When Tom wanted to make a
point, he went straight to it. regardless
of what facts he might run over on his
way.. He, has probably observed the
same policy in regard to Wilson.
In Judge Bell's court yesterday, Ber Bernard
nard Bernard Eby of Weirsdale was tried for
carrying concealed weapons and ac acquitted.
quitted. acquitted. M'lVER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. M'lVER. Funeral Director
II Work Iei.e by Licensed Eni Eni--
- Eni-- balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
Phones: D. E, Mclver. 104; Sam
P' .es. 380; Undertaking Office. 47.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Rev. W. H. Dodse. D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m Sunday schooL
Rev. FL. W. Way of Gainesville will
preach in the morning. There will he
no service .in the evening as ail the
churches will unite with the Baptists,
at Rev. J. D. Chapman's farewell ser service.
vice. service. Christian
W. H. Coleman, Minister
19 a. m. Sunday schooL
11 a. m. Sermon.
"The Christian's Glory."
The church will join in the union
meeting at the Baptist church in the
3:15 p. m. Junior C. E.
Junior C. E.
Topic, "Right Giving
Text, Matt. 6:1-8. Olive
Lesson read, alternating by divisions.
Chalk talk Elizabeth Wetherbee.
Besson story Virginia Beckham.
Mission Quiz Mildred Keller and
Mission study Floyd Coleman.
Roll call. Boys respond with verse
on giving. Girls respond with verse
3 p. m. Junior Missionary Society.
No evening service.
Rev. J. B. Bey. Pastor
9:30 a. m. Bible school.
11 a. m. Preaching.
Subject, "The Methodist Voter's Bal Ballot
lot Ballot Next Tuesday." While the address
will be in no sense political, much less
"factional," yet it will present vigor vigorously
ously vigorously the pastor's views on the moral
obligations of a Christian man's fran franchise.
chise. franchise. No service at night as all the church churches
es churches have agreed to join with Brother
Chapman in his farewell service.
6:45 p. m. Senior Ep worth League.
Appropriate and attractive music at
each service, and a cordial welcome
for all. Strangers especially invited.
Miss Cecile Downs, choir director.
n. Y. p. r. SOVG SERVICE
The Baptist Young People's Union
will devote the Sunday evening hour
to song. The following program has
Talk on hymn, "Somebody" by Miss
Solo By Mr. Frank Gates.
Talk, "Let the Tower of Lights Be
Burning" Mr. Wing.
Talk, "Origin of Sacre.l Sons?" Mr.
K. C. Robinson.
Selection By Showalter Patten
Talk, "Song in Service" Rev. J. D.
You are invited to be present and
take part in the singing. President
will open the meeting promptly at
6:30 p. m. r
A COMMITTEE OF ONE
The article in the county papers
signed "Citizens Committee" was a
paid advertisement inserted by one
man only, not a committee.
His name is C. R. Kreger, the repre representative
sentative representative of the Times-Union at Ocala,
a political friend of 8. T. Sistrunk.
P. II. Nugent.
GOING AFTER AMERICANS
The army transport Buford will sail
from San Francisco Sunday for the
western coast of Mexico, to pick up
any Americans who may wish to leave
that revolution-ridden country. The
Buford will visit Topolobampo, Altata,
Mazatlan, in the state of Sinloa; Man Man-zanillo
zanillo Man-zanillo in Colina, and Acapulco in
Guerrero. v The vessel is sent in re response
sponse response to urgent requests from many
Americans who are stranded in the
Mexican states bordering on the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific ocean.
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES
Notice is hereby given that candi candidates
dates candidates for state offices or congressional
offices, or any person representing such
candidates will not be allowed to speak
at the meeting held on the public
square, Ocala, Monday night, the 29th
inst., until the candidates for the coun county
ty county offices have spoken. L. w. Duval,
Chairman Executive Committee.
FIN A I, WORD FROM MR. RRINSON
To the Voters of Marion Conuty:
Owing to office duties that have to
be taken care of, I have not been able
to make a close canvass and there
will be numbers of you whom I shall
not have an opportunity to see.
I have no campaign manager nor
If you feel that the school interests
of tho county would be best served by
retaining me in the office of super superintendent.
intendent. superintendent. I would heartily appre appreciate
ciate appreciate your support.
With this I leave the matter in your
hands trusting your intelligence and
sense of justice to do the wise and
Very respectfully yours.
J. H. Brinson.
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A Misstatement And
To the Voters of Marion County
My friend. Mr. W. J. Willis of Bljtchton. in. his desire to help Mr.
T. A. Cobb in his candidacy against me, makes an appeal to the
PREJUDICE of the taxpayer against their servants in office.
I wish to say that I can heartily agree with Mr. Willis that Mr. Cobh
is an estimable man, a desirable resident and a Christian man, and
there was probably NO INTENTION on the part of Mr. Cobb to take an
unfair advantage of me in handing in this letter of Mr. Willis to the last
weekly paivers before the primary, thus giving me no opportunity to
make a reply through the press to the country voters of Marion county,
thus I am forced to get out this circular letter at a considerable ex
pense and take my chances in getting it before the voters or let Mr. Will Willis'
is' Willis' statements go unanswered.
I wish to say io the taxpayers of Marion county that I am a tax taxpayer
payer taxpayer of Marion county, and have been since becoming of age,. that my
father and grandfather were tax payers of Marion county and we had to
toil and work as hard as any appealed to by Mr. Willis. I have worked
hard from boyhood as my father raised a "cowpenfull" of children also,
and furthermore, Mr. Taxpayer, consider this, Mr. Cobb, who is offer offering
ing offering so much, IS NOT and HAS NEVER BEEN a taxpayer of Marion
As for there being no work in the office of county treasurer, I do
not believe there is a voter in Marion county so ignorant as to put any
credence in such a statement.
Mr. Willis ask your friend and neighbor, Mr. B. It. Rlitch, member
of the school board, if the county treasurer doesn't have to work in
handling all the school and sub-school warrants, and ask your coun
ty commissioner as to my handling all the road warrants, county proper
warrants, tine and forfeiture warrants, building warrants and my work
in figuring up and saving interest, and keeping all records of same.
The last legislature cut the commission about forty-seven (47) per
cent, for this county, and there is not enough salary to enrich me if I
held the office fifty years, and Mr. Taxpayer, I want to ask you honest honestly
ly honestly if you don't believe that if I do the work required of me by law, if J
am not entitled to the salary as fixed by law?
In conclusion, I want to say that I secure my deposits in the differ different
ent different banks by bonds which I pay myself, thus safeguarding the people's
money against bank failure. I have treated all banks alike In the
distribution of deposits, and have done all the work of the county
treasurer's office personally. I have kept out of newspaper controver controversies
sies controversies during this campaign and ask my friends to do so also.
I have treated both of my opponents with courtesy and have given
Mr. Cobb a copy of this letter before publication so that he will have an
equal right with me of coming before you.
The long sickness and the death of my baby during the first three
weeks of the campaign prevented me seeing many of the voters. This I
could not avoid.
Soliciting your votes in the coming primary, I beg to remain,
JOHN M. GRAHAM.
MEM HERS OP THE HOUSE OP REP REP-N
N REP-N HESEXTATIVES
To tlfe Democratic Voters of Marion
County: I hereby announce myself a
candidate for representative from this
county to the next legislature, and so so-lic't
lic't so-lic't the support of the voters, prom promising,
ising, promising, if elected, to represent the peo people
ple people in all measures looking to their
welfare. Edwin Spencer, Jr.
W. J. CROSBY
To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marlon
lon Marlon County, Florida: I have decided to
become a candidate in the coming pri primary
mary primary for member of the next legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, and solicit and will appreciate
your support. Respectfully,
W. J. Crosby.
Citra, Fla., Feb. 28.
WM. M. GOBER
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County: I hereby announce myself as
a candidate for the office of county
Judge of Marion county, subject to the.
democratic primary to be held on the
SOth day of April, and in so doing. I am
not unmindful of the fact that I am
personally unknown to many of the
voters of the county, but for the reason
that I have not the money to make an
active canvass of the county, I shall
content myself with placing my name
before the people as best I can. I have
no influential or wealthy friends or
relatives on whom to rely for support
in fuithering my candidacy, but rely
entirely on the wishes of the people as
expressed at the polls, should they see
fit to honor me with the office, I shall
endeavor to fully compensate by faith faithful
ful faithful attention to the duties of the of office,
fice, office, should they see fit to refuse me
the office, I shall accept their choice
without criticism, as my struggles and
disappointments in life have been too
many to allow it to deter me in my
efforts to meet with success in my
chosen profession. I am not a politic politic-Ian
Ian politic-Ian within the meaning of one con constantly
stantly constantly seeking an office, and am now
asking for office only for the reason
that I feel capable of filling it to the
satisfaction of all, and that it will ma materially
terially materially aid me in many ways in my
I assure those who see fit to support
mo of my sincere appreciation.
Wm. M. Gober.
W. E. SMITH
I am a candidate for county judge of
Marlon county, subject to the demo democratic
cratic democratic primaries. During "k the last
three years, while I worked as book bookkeeper
keeper bookkeeper during the day, I studied law
at night and January last I went be before
fore before the supreme court and was ex examined
amined examined upon twenty-three branches of
American law (one of which was Am American
erican American law of administration) and was
admitted to practice law in all the
courts of Florida. This fact will as assure
sure assure you that I am competent to per perform
form perform all the duties of county judge.
Now, my friends and fellow demo democrats,
crats, democrats, I ask you to take the trouble to
inquire as to who and what I am, and,
if from these inquiries, you are satis satisfied
fied satisfied that I am competent and merit
your support, I will appreciate your
confidence and will, if elected to the
office of county judge, never betray
your trust. W. E. Smith.
JOHN P. GALLOWAY
To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
County: I announce myself as a can candidate
didate candidate for re-election to the office of
sheriff of Marion -county, subject to the
democratic primaries, to be held on the
30th day of April, 1912, and respectful respectfully
ly respectfully solicit the support of the people of
Trusting that my record has been
such that it will warrant your sup support
port support in the future, I am.
Yours very respectfully,
John P. Galloway.
W. L. COLBERT
To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion County: I hereby announce my myself
self myself a candidate for re-election to the
office of tax collector of Marion coun-
an Appeal to Reason
ty, and I promise, If elected, to con continue
tinue continue to discharge the duties of said
office to the bjBst of my ability.
Appreciating past favors and solicit soliciting
ing soliciting your support in the approaching
primary, I am, Yours very truly,
W. I Colbert.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
S. T. SISTRUNK
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County: At the earnest solicitation of
many, of our people, I announce my myself
self myself a candidate for re-election as clerk
of the circuit court for Marion county.
I am not unmindful of the kindness
shown me in the past, and the splendid
vote heretofore given me, for which, as
you know, I have always been grate grateful.
ful. grateful. If you again elect me, I will give
my best ability (gained from exper experience)
ience) experience) to the discharge of the many
duties of the office. With assurance
to all, of my kindest feeling for past
favors, I again solicit your influence
in my behalf. S. T. SIstrunk.
P. H. NUGENT
I respectfully state to the people of
this county that I am a candidate for
the nomination for clerk of the circuit
court in the coming primary and
solicit' their support. P. H. Nugent.
JAMES R MOORHEAD
To my friends who supported me In
the ampaign of two years ago, I ex extend
tend extend thanks, and with the best of feel
ing toward those who expressed their
preference otherwise, I aga'n respect respectfully
fully respectfully present my name to you as a can candidate
didate candidate for the office of tax assessor for
My record for the past twenty-eight
years is before you, and if the same
justifies you in casting a vote my way,
I assure you that It will be duly ap appreciated,
preciated, appreciated, and know that you will
never have cause to regret It.
It would afford me great pleasure to
make a personal canvass and meet
you in your homes, but time and means
forbid, therefore will leave my claim In
your hands for your worthy considera consideration.
tion. consideration. All I ask of you is to be given a
chance, and I will prove to you that it
does not require years of experience to
become a good assessor. It is unfair to
measure my corn in some other's half half-bushel,
bushel, half-bushel, besides a new broom does sweep
mighty clean. James R. Moorhead.
I am a candidate for re-election, be believing
lieving believing the people of Marion county
know that no matter' what a man's
ability may be, it will require years of
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Listen to the made in Georgia colonel: "Such Attacks as
have been made on me I have not stopped to answer for the
, attacks have been unworthy of attention," says "W. M. Toomer,
the man who made bis money puts up and POTS UP FOR in
the desperate hope of fooling enough people into voting for
one of the -stamped and branded PEONS, to stop CLAUDE
L'ENGLE FROM WINNING IN THE FIRST PRIMARY.
Well, the Colonel may not pay any attention to what he calls
attacks consisting of the spreading of his unsanitary public
But the people of Florida WILL PAY SO MUCH ATTEN ATTENTION
TION ATTENTION to Toomer's turpitude, that they will TURN HIM DOWN
good and hard, when they get a whack at him next Tuesday.
Don't be deceived r
TOOMER IS NOT AN ISSUE.
i His patron arid backer THE FULL POCKETBOOK knows
AS WELL AS I DO that Toomer is a DEAD ONE.
I am using Toomer to illustrate the game of the special in interests,
terests, interests, which is to use any tool, no matter how "dull and rusty,
to hack away at a man who exposes ALL of their plans to
plunder and who, has broken up sonre of the bilggest and
I am not fighting Toomer. He is a straw man not able to
I am FIGHTING THE FULL POCKETBOOK, which Is hold holding
ing holding him up and which assaults the people of Florida with a
man like -this.
W. M. TOOMER WHO HE IS AND WHAT HE HAS DONE.
He is a Georgia lawyer who came to Florida about five
years ago. He got himself mentioned as candidate Tor mayor
of Jacksonville before he was entitled to register. He got
himself mentioned as candidate for govenor befor. he had
been in Florida two full years. He testified before the com committee
mittee committee of the Georgia legislature investigating the bill abolish abolishing
ing abolishing the convict lease system n August, 1908, that he saw no
moral wrong in the convict lease system; that he was in the
" pool for bids when the convicts were leased and that he made
$175,0u0 as his share of the profits made by his partner and
himself on the 500 convicts allotted to them.
He also testified before the same committee that he gave
the warden whom the state paid $50.00 a month to Inspect
the convicts, A BRIBE of $100.00 per month. When asked If
he did not thing it WRONG to do this, Mr. Toomer answered
that HE DID NOT.
In Jacksonville he identifies himself with the corporation
side in politics and would have made a speech for Taliaferro
in the Broward-Taliferro campaign if the crowd had not pre prevented
vented prevented him. .
He was attorey,.for the Jacksonville Race Track, and went
to Tallahassee when the last legislature was in session and
LOBBIED FOR THE BILL to perpetuate race track gambling
in Florida, making a speech for the race track people before
He was attorney for the Southern Wholesale Grocery Asso Association
ciation Association that arbitrarily fixed the prices of the food the people
of Florida buy, when John Hammond, an Independent whole wholesale
sale wholesale grocer, sued the grocery trust for wrecking his business.
He announces himself as candidate for Congress from the
Second District. He withdrew March 12 last, giving as his
reason that he "found himself utterly unable to serve" as he
should on account of his business engagements.
Eighteen days later he announced as candidate for Con Congressman
gressman Congressman at Large, thus showing an instability for high office.
In the platform published when he was a candiidate for the
Second District place he declared
Against progressive Democracy;
Against the Initiative and the Referendum;
For extreme conservatism;
In short he has declared against the spirit that now pre pre-vades
vades pre-vades fighting Democracy marching to victory.-.
Claude L'Engle is in full accord with the aroused fighting
spirit of Progressive Democracy, and has long fought for the
rule of the people, wheh is now the battlecry of the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic hosts. v
PUT L'ENGLE' IN THE FIRST GO-ROUND.
experience to make him a good asses
sor, and I am sure that you never
voted for a man in your life who ap appreciated
preciated appreciated your support more highly or
tried harder to deserve 1L
f 1 C. M. LIVINGSTON
I hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of treasurer of Ma Marlon
rlon Marlon county, subject to the rules of the
democratic party, and ask my friends
for their support, Respectfully,
Ocala, Fla. C. M. Livingston.
JOHN M. GRAHAM.
To the White Democratic Voters of
Marlon County, Fla.: I hereby announce
my candidacy for re-election to the of office
fice office of county treasurer.
Having been appointed by the gov governor
ernor governor on recommendation of the demo democratic
cratic democratic executive committee to fill out
Mr. Pasteur's term of office, I have
given the office nfy closest personal at attention
tention attention In order to save the county all
Interest possible, and I will appreciate
an endorsement of my past record by
the people of Marlon county.
John M. Graham.
T. A, COBB
I have decided to become a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of county treasurer
of Marion county, and I ask the sup support
port support of, the Voters of -the county for
this position. Believing that the sal salary
ary salary Is more than enough for the work
entailed. I pledge myself that If I am
elected to the office, I will give one one-half
half one-half of the sum the office, pays, what whatever
ever whatever that amount may be, to the board
of public Instruction of the county, to
be used in the schools of the county. I
feel that I am in every way qualified
to fulfill the duties of the office.
Ocala, Fla. T. A. Cobb.
SUPERIXTE5IT OF ; PUBLIC
J. H. BRINSON
To the democratic electors In the
approaching primary election: I am a
candidate for nomination for a second
term as superintendent of public In Instruction
struction Instruction for Marion county.
I shall be glad to discuss freely any
feature of the administration of the
office with any person at any time or
I know that conditions are now such
that I could largely Increase the ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency of the supervision over what
has been possible In the past.
If you feel that our school Interests
would be served by my re-election, I
shall be grateful for your support.
Very respectfully yours,
J. H. Brlnson.
P. WILSON GREEN
I am a candidate for county superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of public instruction, subject
to the democratic primaries.
I am a graduate of Transylvania
I have taught successfully for twen twenty
ty twenty years in Marion county.
I am corfident I can Improve the
cupervision of our county schools.
If you think so, vote for me.
P. Wilson Green.
W. A. MOORHEAD
I respectfully announce myself for
re-election to the office of county sur surveyor
veyor surveyor for Marlon county, subject to
the action of the democratic: primaries
of April 30. W. A. Moorhead.
R. W. FERGUSON
To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
County, Florida: I hereby announce
myself as a candidate for county sur surveyor
veyor surveyor for Marlon county, subject to the
democratic primaries, to be held on the
30th day of April, 1912, and respectful-,
ly solicit the support of the people of
Manun county. Yours truly,
R. W. Ferguson.
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
CAPT. J. A. TUCKER
I hereb announce myself a .candi .candidate
date .candidate for the office of supervisor of
registration of Marlon county, subject
to the action of the democratic party.
I have had experience In the office,
understand the work, have been for
forty-seven years a consistent demo democrat
crat democrat and ask for your support.
Ocala. Fla. J. A. Tucker.
D. M. BARCO k
I am a candidate for the office of
supervisor of registration, subject to
the wishes of the voters In the demo democratic
cratic democratic primary. Respectfully,
Cotton Plant, Fla. D. M. Barco.
COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT ONE
C. (ED) CARMICHAEL
At the request of many voters In the
precinct, I have decided to again be a
candidate for the office of county com commissioner
missioner commissioner from this, the first commis commissioner's
sioner's commissioner's district of Marlon county, sub subject
ject subject to the action of the democratic
primaries. I believe, as many other
business men do, that a man can do
more and better work for hi county
during the second term of office on tbe
board of county commissioners, than Is
possible during his first term. I ask
the voters for their support and prom promise
ise promise tha people to put my best efforts
Into the administration of this Import Important
ant Important office. Respectfully.
a (Ed) CarmichaeL
R. B. MEFFERT
I wish to announce to tne democratic
voters of district No. 1 that I am a
candidate for a member of the board
of county commissioners .for Marlon,
county from said district, subject to
the democratic primary election to be
held April 30, 1912. Your support wUl
be appreciated and If I am elected I
will promise you to do my full duty as
a commissioner. R- B. Keffert.
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zi- - - . .
iu2 Ilinmi Xlelropolis wants to see
v With his fearless tongue, his Unswerving loyalty to the
common people, his aggressive attitude toward despotism and
crooked dealings In public life c v
GO TO WASHINGTON AS FLORIDA'S FIRST CONGRESS CONGRESSMAN
MAN CONGRESSMAN FROM THE STATE AT LARGE.
(Editorial from the Miami Metropolis)
THE METROPOLIS DOES NOT INDORSE TOOJIER. -'Some
one has been sending over the state, a newspaper
clipping credited to the Metropolis, endorsing the candidacy
of Col. Wm. Toomer; who has entered the race for Congress
from the state-at-large.
The article first appeared In the Jacksonville Metropoolis
- and this paper re-published it the following"day as a matter of
news and credited it to the Jacksonville paper.
The Miami Metropolis not only does not endorse Mr. Toomer
as a candidate but considers that his election would be a dis disastrous
astrous disastrous thing for the people of Florida.
His platform is boldly Republican and his backing is found
among the powerful money interests by whom, It is hoped, he
may be carried into this important office.
For too long have the people of Florida been asked to send
the servants of plutocracy to Washington. The time has ar ar-rveid
rveid ar-rveid for a radical change and together with a large majority
of the real Democrats of this state, the Metropolis wants to see
Claude L'Engle, with his fearless tongue, his unswerving loyal loyalty
ty loyalty to the common people, his aggressive attitude toward des despotism
potism despotism and crooked dealing in public life, so to Washington
as Florida's first congressman from the state-at-large.
Col. Wm. M. Toomer would never serve the best interests
W. R. DORM AN
of Suwannee County
DEMOCRACY OF UNDERWOOD
AND WILSON CONTRASTED
Underwood a dative and Always a Resident of the Sooth and
Always Loyal to the Democratic Party.
WILSON A RESIDENT OF NEW JERSEY FOR
YEARS AND A HABITUAL PARTY BOLTER.
Commissioner of Agriculture
A plain farmer who knows how to make the
Department of Agriculture a great good to the peo people
ple people of Florida. He knows agricultural conditions
of the State. He has had much legislative exper experience.
ience. experience. His motto is:
Runnino for One Office Only and will
Stay on that One Job if fleeted."
. Horn in Hamilton County, Florida. on of a
Confederate veteran. Statn lecturer and organizer
Farmers' Educational and Co-operative Union of
America, for the state ot Florida, ,1909 to 1910.
Member Florida Legislature 1903-1905-1907-1911.
He will appreciate your support.
Underwood and Wilson -will be the
two leading candidates for the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic presidential nomination as far as
Florida Ls concerned. Ilarniou and
Clark will have their supporters iirthLs
state, but not as many as the two other
candidates. For the benefit of the vot voters
ers voters we parallel the records of the two
Born Kentucky Virginia
Educated .Unlver. of Va. Princeton, X.J.
Moved To Alabama To New Jersey
Now resides. In Alabama In New Jersey
Voted 1884.... For Cleveland For Cleveland
Voted 1JS&S For Cleveland For Cleveland
Voted 1892 For Cleveland For Cleveland
Voted 1S9S For Bryan Against Bryan
Voted 1900.... For Bryan Against Bryan
Voted 1904.. ..For Parker For Parker
Voted 1908 For Bryan For Bryan
Faithfulness. Always at his'Two-thlrds of
his post time out of
Politics Regular Dem-Habitual bolt-
for party. ..House Demo- Seeking presi presi-cratlc
cratlc presi-cratlc leader dential nom nomination
ination nomination We do not take the interest in the
sectional standing of the two that some
others take; but, though Woodrow Wil Wilson
son Wilson claims to be a southern man
though living in New Jersey, it 13 prop-J
er to give the facts for what they, were
Which Southern? Only Underwood.
Underwood's father took him north
when he was three years old and kept
him there for a short time. Woodrow
Wilson took himself north when twenty-nine
years old and has since remain remained
ed remained there. Underwood married first in
Virginia and, his wife having died,
married again in Alabama. Woodrow
Wilson married in Virginia. While
Woodrow Wilson went north to get his
collegiate education, he took a law
course at the University of Virginia.
Underwood was educated entirely In
Underwood has always taken the
southern view of politics. The south southern
ern southern idea is to settle disputes in the
party and then present an unbroken
front to the enemy. It is this habit of
thought that has enabled him to keep
the party in the house solid under his
leadership. Woodrow Wilson has nev never
er never supported a Democratic nominee
who did not represent his views.
When his faction was not successful
he has gone out of the party to fight
it. lie has never been a southerner
in political thought. First he belonged
to what he now calls the Wall street
wing of the party, and when the bus bus-zing
zing bus-zing of the presidential bee Induced
him to put away ideas that would ren render
der render his nomination impossible he went
to the extreme of western populism.
No Reason Why.
Of course the men who have been
promised postoffices and other federal
positions if Woodrow Wilson is elect elected
ed elected will naturally support him, but we
can't see why any man who has noth nothing
ing nothing to gain by it would prefer a man
who pretends to be a southerner to
one who one, a man who takes back
everything Lo said up to four years
ago to one who is right and has alwayt
been, who makes no apology because
he has nothing to apologize for. Above
all, we can't see why any Democrat
should prefer a bolter to a steadfast
Democrat. J acksonville Times-Union,
March 28, 1912.
It Is Underwood of Alabama and Wil Wilson
son Wilson of New Jersey.
W. N. SHEATS
State Superintendent of
; y-:..:T.rScSlOOlS -;
In soliciting your support for the j
above named office. I do so after 36 ;
years experience in school work in j
Florida. During the time of this ser- j
ice I have endeavored to discharge i
the duties incumbent upon me fear fearlessly
lessly fearlessly and honestly, and it is a mat matter
ter matter of great pride that I am regarded
as the father ot our present public
Being a.xy honor graduate of Emory
College, Georgia, and having passed
the required examinations t f or the
HIGHEST teachers certificate obtain obtainable
able obtainable in Florida, with wven year re recent
cent recent experience in four of our leading
high schools, I ask for your vote ab absolutely
solutely absolutely upon my qualifications to fill
the office. W. N. SHEATS.
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Say. what, you may. let politicians
talk themselves purple in the face, it
Is Oscar Underwood of Alabama, and
It Is Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey.
You cannot rub that out. Underwood
represents Alabama in the halls of
congress. Wood row Wilson represents
the sovereign state of New Jersey as
it e;-utive head. It is not Under Underwood
wood Underwood of Kentucky; It is not Under Under-W'
W' Under-W' d of M!':nesa nny more than it Is
V, i!s;-.n of Virginia. Wilson of South
'.'a roll na or Wilson of Georgia. To
call Wilson Jcorj;ian is absurd. By
UNDERWOOD FOR PRESIDENT.
Notes and Comments From the Press.
Underwood in removing the duty on
nuar is certainly in a fair way to be become
come become the "candy kid" if he doesn't be become
come become the candy-date. Gainesville Sun
The tariff the "central issue," accord
ing to Governor Wilson. But there Is
bo' Wilson tariff! There is an Under Underwood
wood Underwood tariff. Why say more? Atlanta
What is the- matter with Underwood?
Nothing so far' as we know, nothing
bo far as anybody, knows, unless it be
that Brvan does not happen to like him
(because he has not ben able to 'boss
him. Charleston News and Courier.
Taft is a Georgian
and Roosevelt is more one.
But the people cannot be fooled by
sw?i political chicanery. They know
th:it Oscar Underwood Is an Alaba Alaba-nilsin
nilsin Alaba-nilsin and Woodrow Wilson a New .Ter .Terse:
se: .Terse: i-f When any editor does not give
his readers credit for at least as much
sense as he hns. he Is making a griev grievous
ous grievous li'nn ler. The people who do a lit little
tle little thinking on their own account re resent
sent resent the unwarranted, designing, spe
clous, unpatriotic, unsouthernlike at attack
tack attack rn Mr. Underwood bv those who
shouM be proudest to hold up his
hands. Srch peanut politics is a re reflection
flection reflection on the sound sense of the state.
Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle.
Arranging his forces for the national
campaign. Congressman Underwood
continues to lay up stores of tariff am ammunition
munition ammunition with a fine contempt for the
new thought cult in politics which in insists
sists insists that the initiative, the referendum
mid assorted recalls are the burning
issues of the hour. Providence Jour
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AND THE ISSUES
PLAIN WORDS ON BIG
Extracts from interview of
Oscar V. Underwood, reported
In staff correspondence of the
New York World, editorial sec section.
tion. section. Dec. 3, 1011.
"There has been no attempt
on the part of the manufactur manufacturers
ers manufacturers to give labor its share of the
benefits derived from the tariff.
They have kept all the profits."
"To protect profits is to pro protect
tect protect inefficiency and to strangu strangulate
late strangulate rather than develop Industry."
"I prefer to lower the tariff
wall by taking bricks off the top
of the wall rather than by dyna'
niitlng the structure at the bottom."
"The people have lost faith in
the Republican party because it
has not kept faith with them."
"If it (the Sherman act) Is en enforced
forced enforced as a criminal statute it Is
an efficient instrument for pre preventing
venting preventing and punishing monopoly
and restraint of trade."
We Democrats must not allow the
hullabaloo of irrelevant issue to ob ob-Ki'iire
Ki'iire ob-Ki'iire the great main question on which
the party is to win the fight in 1912
the tariff question. Underwood is the
leader in the tariff revision fight. To
Underwood must the party look for
leadership in a fight based on this vital
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UNDERWOOD CAN WIN.
An Old Soldier's View of tha
Quitman, Ga.. March 31. In
spite of the demonstration made
by the recently organized Wilson
club here, there is a very strong
following for Underwood In
Brooks county. This is illus illustrated
trated illustrated by the statement of the
Rev. W. R. Talley of Dixie, who
was in town yesterday and said
that out of a voting population
of forty in Dixie he knew of
only three Wilson men. The
others were all supporting Un Underwood.
derwood. Underwood. Mr. Talley, who is a
Confederate veteran and a man
of prominence in county affairs,
said: "As to Mr. Underwood not
being a southern man, the fact
that he is now living in the
south seems to be sutfh-ient. Rep Representing
resenting Representing a southern district in
ongress. he has become the
leader of his party, and I think
his record shows him to be a
man of sufficient ability to deal
with the real issues of the cam campaign
paign campaign adequately and squarely.
They say we can't win with a
southern man. We have been
defeated with a western man
and with a northern man, and I
am willing to take chances with
:i southern man. I often pick a
Aliuier. and in this case I have a
onviction that I am right in sup supporting
porting supporting Underwood." Savannah
!;.;. Morning News.
For 0(--d?liB CkiI mi
Vote for the man who spends his money in Marion county
, and thereby helps others with every dollar he earns.
Vote for the man who treats you right when you visit the
Clerk s office and makes you feel at home there
Vote for the man who contributes to churches and charit charitable
able charitable institutions and .helps society.
Vote for the man who has a family to support and chil children
dren children to educate. N
Vote for the man with experience in this important office
and who is always ready to advise and assist you with
that experience and knowledge at his command.
Vote for the man whose every act, private arid public, you
are familiar with and who has fulfilled every trust and
duty that has been reposed in him.
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Your last photo didn't do you justice.
It wasn't taken at the Ocala Photo Co.
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners will at
its regular meeting. May 7th, at noon,
1912. receive bids for opening the
right of way and building the public
road from Daisy to Fort McCoy.
S. T. Sistrunk. Clerk.
Wc, his friends,
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claims duly proved to the undersigned
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Notice is hereby given that I.
Thomas Sexton, will on the 1st day of
June. A. D. 112. render to the lion.
Joseph Bell, county judge of Marion
county, Florida, my annual account as
guardian of Etta Hood Robinson.
Thomas Sexton, Guardian.
Of the Republican Electors ot
Marion County, Florida
Br authority of a call issued April 15th, 1912, by a committee repre representing
senting representing the Republican electors of the First Congressional District of
the State of Florida, and by further authority of a call issued on the 15th
day of April, 1912, by a committee appointed by the Republican electors
of the State of Florida:
Now therefore, in pursuance of said calls, Ve the undersigned, quali qualified
fied qualified Republican electors residing in the County of Marion and State of
j Florida, do hereby call upon the Republican electors of Marion County,
j Florida, to assemble in mass meeting at Yonge's Hall in the city of
j Ocala, on the 29th day of April, 1912, at 12 o'clock noon; for the pur pur-i
i pur-i pose of electing six delegates and six alternates to attend the First Con
gressional District Convention to be held In the city of Ocala, Fla., on the
17th day of May, 1912. and also to elect six delegates and six alternates
to attend the Republican State Convention to be held in the city of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Fla., on the ISth day of May, 1912, and to transact such other
business as may be properly brought before said meeting.
M. J. Roess,
Geo. K. Robinson,
David S. Williams,
Committee Representing the Republican Electors of Marlon County, Fla.
OCALA ETEKIHG STAR. SATURDAY, APRIL 27, "K 912.
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A ADVAXTAGEOtS OFFER
To the tax payers of Marion county:
l!r. T. A. Cobb of Ocala, announcing
for county treasurer, agrees to give
one-half his income to the white
schools of our county, and really he
will if elected.
This la commendable and all hard-
handed sons of toil who are .sorely
pressed for money that our taxes may
be paid should encourage the example
of Mr. Cobb by nominatinar him for
that which he aspire-. The office L
a sinecure, that is one with pay but
no work. It should be abolished. I'm
informed that any of the banks in
Ocala would gladly do the service of
treasurer without compensation. Mr.
Cohb is a desirable resident and is
most appreciated as a truly Christian
jrentleman. Therefore is as much en entitled
titled entitled to the office from this view viewpoint
point viewpoint as any other, and by reason of
his donation to school funds doubly
deserving the same. I have a eow pf-n
full of children and have to toil from
the early dawn until the passing of
the sun in the western horizon on into
the hours of the night with no appar apparent
ent apparent gain while the officials are being
yearly enriched. Why? P.ecause of the
exorbitant salaries paid them. To
I elect Mr. Cobb, will mean the beginning
S of a great and profitable saving to
the taxpayers and a revolution which
I will have for its object the abolition
of th system and instead institute one
I whereby reasonable salaries will be
jpaid officials. V. J. Willis.
I Blitchton. Fla., April 24.
MGEXT STAXD8 WELL
WITH HIS NEIGHBORS
Candler. April 24. In view of the
statements made for political purposes
as to 1. II. Nugent not being support supported
ed supported by his old friends and neighbors at
Candler, the undersigned, all qualified
voters of Candler, precinct No. 25. take
pleasure in stating that they expect
to support P. II. Xueent for clerk
in the coming primaries.
(Signed:) C. W. Quick. J. N. Mar Marshall.
shall. Marshall. Harry Pennett. C. II. Cooner. N.
C. Caldwell, E. C. Marshall. F. C.
Snell. T. K. Pritchett, A. It. Williams.
G. IX MtGee, IL W. Baxter, Geo. G.
Richie. J. L. Caldwell, C. W. Tillis,
A. McClain, Wm. Snider. L. W. Sellers.
A. Peleher, (Rev.) E. G. McKinley. T.
N. DeLong. T. R. Driever, J. O. High High-tower,
tower, High-tower, C. Kline, J. E. Caldwell. P. A.
Fort. F. A. Norton. R. J. Evans. C. A.
Savage, J. T. Nixon.
The above list comprises all of the
voters of Candler except six. One was
away, one too ill to be disturbed when
above statement was signed. Of the
remaining four, one tells me that he
will probably not vote at all and the
three remaining voters I understand
to have been pledged to Mr. S. T. Fis Fis-trunk
trunk Fis-trunk many months ago.
For the last few years I have been
living at Candler, but am now and
have been for many years a qualified
voter of Ocala. Yours truly,
P. H. Nugent.
HULL-! J VA1 III l il i
FIRST PRIMARY APRIL 30. 1912
To the Democratic Electors of Florida:
In the coming Primaries you will decide, among other things, the vi vitally
tally vitally important matter of whom you will have to represent our entire
state in the National House of Representatives at Washington. In ask asking
ing asking you to favorably consider my candidacy for the office I have been
fair and frank with you, both in public print and on the stump, as to air
the planks of my platforms including the views which I hold on over over-progressiveness
progressiveness over-progressiveness in our party, the TARIFF, the INITIATIVE. REFER REFERENDUM
ENDUM REFERENDUM and RECALL; the building of NATIONAL HIGHWAYS; the
PROPER REGULATION OF THE TRUSTS; and the other questions of
general public interest.
THE TAMPA TRIBUNE, in its issue of April 15, says the following:
"Mr. Toomer is one of the best equipped men in the State for public ser service
vice service at the nation's capital." I have not made extravagant claims, either
for my ability or for my experience, but I now repeat what I have said
many tmes during this campaign, that if you nominate and elect me I
shall give to your service, while in Congress, the best that is in me and I
WILL SERVE THE PEOPLE OF THE WHOLE STATE AND ALL
THE PEOPLE WITHOUT FEAR OR FAVOR OF ANY CLASSES.
True to my promise, made at the outset of the campaign, I have not
stooped to attempts to belittle or bemean my opponents; and such at attacks
tacks attacks as have been made on me I have not 'stopped to answer FOR THE
ATTACKS HAVE BEEN UNWORTHY OF ATTENTION. That, these at attacks
tacks attacks have been made shows the desperation of my opponents and I am
confident that such ungentlemanly tactics will meet just rebuke at the
. I have visited personally many places in all sections of the state and
everywhere my candidacy has been received with hearty sympathy and
voluntary assurances of support. The voters evidently are convinced that
their Congressman-at-Large shold be dignified in his canvass for their
votes and should have a sane platform such as that upon which I am
making this race.
If you choose me to serve you I will be faithful to the trust you im impose
pose impose in me. Let me thank my friends all over the State for their cordial
support and, at the same time( assure them, that all indications point
certainly to my nomination and election. REMEMBER THAT YOU
SHOULD VOTE FOR YOUR CHOICE FOR CONGRESSMAN IN YOUR
OWN DISTRICT AND ALSO I TRUST THAT YOU WILL "VOTE FOR
TOOMER, TOO" AS CANDIDATE FOR THAT OFFICE FROM THE
STATE AT LARGE.
W. M. TOOMER
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late hour all departed with thanks to
Mr. and Miss Albertson for such a
pleasant time. This was one of the
nicest parties here this year.
Miss Louise Albertson came down
from Candler to visit her aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Albertson a few
days and will return to her home Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Foss. who have
been at Altamonte Springs for the Jast
month, returned home Friday.
Mr. K. C. Albertson and son, Kdwin
made a trip to Ocala last week.
Mr. J. M. Larned and Mr. Charles
Larned from Boston who have been
guests at the Pleasant Hills House, re returned
turned returned home Saturday.
Mr. Willard and Mr. Foss have
opened up their packing houses and
are shipping some fine oranges and
grapefruit. As this fruit was the
June bloom they are receiving fancy
prices for same.
Miss Irene Gates went to Ocala Sat Saturday
urday Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. C. K.
Provn. Miss Gates will be in the city
about a week.
Miss Myrtle Hickey was the guest of
Miss Irene Gates Friday afternoon and
night and attended the social at
Weirsdale Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Brinson Coggins were
callers in our burg Sunday.
Mr. William Schmidt lost his pony
Saturday. Th animal sickened and
Mr. L. K. Bishop and Mr. C. S. Gates
made a trip to Lady Lake Sunday.
Quite a number attended services
Sunday at 'Weirsdale. Rev. Jones of
Indiana preached and Rev. K. C. Al Albertson
bertson Albertson assisted and In all it was
greatly enjoyed. Rev. Jones is a son
of Rev. Lawrence Jones of this place
and we know it was a great pleasure
to him to have his son with him as
well as it was ta us.
Miss Annie Lee was a caller on Mrs.
Gates last week and presented Mrs.
Gates with a lovely basket of roses.
VA CAHOOT A
Wacahoota, April 2.". This section
of the County va- visited by an ex ex-cet'dinnly
cet'dinnly ex-cet'dinnly hard rain on last Thursday
morning and the worst electric storm
we have had in a long while.
Quite a large crowd from here at attended
tended attended the political picnic at Fleming Fleming-ton
ton Fleming-ton on the 17th. There was quite a
lar.e delegation of the candidates for
the various offices of the County. I
think the number was about twenty-
ix and each was given a few minutes
in which to express their views and
j ask the votes of th- people. Mr. Xeil
Mathews of Flernington acted as chair chairman
man chairman in tiie forenoon and in a very im impressive
pressive impressive manner introduced the speak speakers.
ers. speakers. But in the afternoon Mr. L. M.
Payne, of Fairfield, took Mr. Mathews'
place as chairman, so as to give Mr.
Mathews an opportunity to mingle
with the young ladies and gentlemen.
Mr. Payne is quite an eloquent speaker
himself and introduced the speakers in
a most gracious manner. The candi candidates
dates candidates all spoke well, the speeches were
all sood and there prevailed an era of
good feeling toward each other. Am Ampler
pler Ampler seats were prepared to seat the
crowd and they all seemed to pay the
strictest attention to all that was said.
At the noon hour a most sumptious
dinner was spread on the long table
under a lovely shade of large oaks.
The table fairly groaned with its load
of good things the thrifty house wives
of Flernington and surrounding coun country
try country had prepared. 'Tis an ideal place
for a picnic, so many nice shade trees
and the people are all of a jovial na nature
ture nature and make a day pass very pleas pleasantly.
antly. pleasantly. About four o'clock the crowd
broke up and each and all felt glad
of the privilege of attending so pleas pleasant
ant pleasant a gathering.
Mr. R. P. Smith attended the barbe barbecue
cue barbecue at Williston the 17th and reports
it as quite a success.
Mrs. A. H. Martin of Augusta, Ga.,
who was visiting her niece, Mrs. C. R.
Curry, was suddenly called home last
Thursday by the illness and death of
I ()U CONGRESS, STATE OF FLO FLORIDA
RIDA FLORIDA AT LARGE.
(Vote for One
Effective May 1ft and Continuing Until November 1st
WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
llooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Bath - $2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager
Burbank, April 25. Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Shopley of New York rrived here
Saturday evening. They have a fine
farm one mile east of town and are
planning on erecting a fine sex room
Mr. O. K. Hill shipped several hamp hampers
ers hampers of green beans a few days ago, the
first beans of the seanson.
Mr. A. C. Darnett of Tampa visited
Burbank on Saturday and selected a
fine twenty acre farm east of Burbank.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Redman are the
proud parents of a little baby girl born
a few days a go.
Mrs. K. W. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. A.
Buxton spent Saturday In Palatka.
The Rogers farm people have erected
a fine new incubator house also a house
for the hired help. This Company is
pushing ri.ht along and are going to
On Thursday afternoon the Ladies of
thf M. VI. Church gave a tea at Mrs. K.
YT. Hill's. The meeting was opened
with devotional exercises followed by
several beautiful hymns. After the
business meeting was over Mrs. Hill
served ice cr.am and cake. Following
the refreshments the ladies were favor favored
ed favored with a duet by Mrs. W. R. Beale and
Mri Austin Buxton. Kveryone had a
lovely time and a goodly .sum was add added
ed added to the treasury.
Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Barnes of McGill.
Nevada spent several .lays in Burbank
inspecing their land. They were very
much impressed with the-brilliant fu future
ture future for Burbank.
Mr. Kwinir, one of the Burbank colon colonists
ists colonists m-de a lariTe shipment of Bermuda
onions a few days atro. They were the
finest onions ever raised.
.V fine little baby tiirl was born to
Mrs. P Viekers on April ly. T.'12.
Mr. John Mule and friend Mr. Wm.
Bade of Cochran. Wis., inspected land
fur friends Monday.
Mr. (1. A. Barnes and Mr. P. L Wil Williamson
liamson Williamson of South Carbon. W. Va.. in inspected
spected inspected their land on Saturday
In this campaign for membership in the next Legislature, I have expressed myc:
upon every important issue before you. I have told you 1 favor the abolition of C
present fee system, whereby thousands of dollars will be saved to the State of Kloriiia; .'
have told you I favor the abolition of technicalities in our laws, and that I am again
useless legislation. I have presented in my speeches over -Marion County V my positic'
upon the convict lease system, stating that I favor its abolition in a manner that vrl
safeguard the tax paying interests of the State. I have told you my plan for Jess uibft tL
number of laws by giving to our cities and towns the right to incorporate and chci;
their charters without taking up the time of the lrpislatire with their lecal and factions!
fights. I have outlined my plan for equalization of taxes, and my iders of making the
railroads piy th ;ir just share of the burden. My position in regard to the betterment c
our school system is progressive and t-ouiki. v ; i
In other words, I have made this it campaign f principles and of isnies. There
have been and there are no issues upon which I have refused to express myself, since it L
the fundamental principal of my Democracy that I will be the People's servant if elected,
and they have the right to know my position before they elect m. In the closing hourz
of the campaign, then, I take this method of saying to my ftiends that I appreciate yoci:
loyal support in the last few weks, and for whatever you may have done for me, 1 than!,
In conclusion, I assure you that if you eh ct me as your repr. sentative from Xhlz
greit county, that you will never have cause to regret it; that as a young man I well go tc
Tallahassee with the grim determination to make good, and, that if hard work, open aiitl
above board fighting, letting my constituency know what 1 am doing, attendance at 'evcr
day's session of the legislature, unless providentially hindered, and a thorough frtudy cC
what I want to do and of the rules and the procedure of the legislature before I go I say,
if these count for anything in the legislature, then you may rest assured that I will make
good. Yours truly.
GEORGE C. MARTIN
J. ED. O'BRIEX
W. M. TOOMER
- ALBERT M. WILLIAMSON
SHE GAVE UP
Physicians Failed To Help Mrs.
Green, But She Finally Found
Relief in Cardui.
Meetze, Va. Mrs. J. C. Green of this
place, says: "I suffered with womanly
troubles bo that I could hardly sit up.
Two of the best doctors in our town
treated me, and I tried different medi medicines,
cines, medicines, until I gave up all hope of ever
One day, I decided to try some Car Cardui.
dui. Cardui. It did so much for me that I
ordered some more, and "it cured me!
Today, I feel a3 well as I ever did In
The pains and the trouble are all
gone. I feel like another person in
every war. I wish every sufferer could
know what Cardui will do for siclc
A few doses of Cardui at the risM
time, will save many a big doctor bill,
by preventing serious sickness.
It tones up the nervous system, and
helns make pale cheeks fresh and rosr.
Thousands of weak women have been
restored to health and happiness by
using Cardui. Suppose you try it.
It may be Just the medicine you need.
nootra Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Term., for t-Pfrial
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for women" tent la plain wrapper, on request.
her daughter. Mrs. Martin had made
a number of friends here who regret regretted
ted regretted her departure so soon, and who
sincerely sympathize with her in her
Mr and Mrs. G. M. Smith left last
Friday afternoon for Turner's Pond,
where they expect to meet the people
of that section of the county on Satur Saturday
day Saturday at a picnic. Mr. Smith is a candi candidate
date candidate for county commissioner of dis district
trict district No. 2. He is a Marion County boy
and a young man of sterling qualities
and we wish him all the success In his
Mr. and Mrs. K. C Epperson of Will Williston,
iston, Williston, were the gusts of Mrs. Q. N.
Smith Sunday night.
Miss Leola Smith is attending school
Mrs. C. M. Smith went to Gainesville
Mr. C. R. Curry shipped the first cu cucumbers
cumbers cucumbers from here Saturday, the 20th.
Lake Weir. April 25. Mr. J. H. Brad Bradford
ford Bradford and family left for Nashville Mon Monday
day Monday after having spent almost three
months on Lake Weir.
Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Mayo and Mrs.
Juan of Summerfield came' over Sunday
to visit friends on their way to Lees Lees-burg.
burg. Lees-burg. Miss Caroline Pasteur closed her term
of school last eveing with a most
creditable entertainment in which a
majority of the pupils gave evidence
of the careful training and discipline
they had been under. Miss Pasteur will
give the pupils and their friends a
picnic Wednesday on the grounds at
the beautiful home of Mr. Conner.
Mr. N. W. Harrison has recently pur purchased
chased purchased two lots owned by Mr. John
Carney near the Mclver place.
Dr. H. W. Henry has just completed
the trade for the three acres and dwell dwelling
ing dwelling owned by McDonald and Missg-kfr
ing owned by Mr. John Dixon.
Miss Edith McDonald and Miss Fran Frances
ces Frances McClintic returned this week to
their home in Hot Springs, Va., After
spending several months with Mrs. H.
Mrs. Kate Clements entertained quite
a number of her friends last Friday
evening at a Porch party compliment complimentary
ary complimentary to Miss Edith McDonald and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. J. Carstens spent the
week end with Mr. E. W. Agnew.
The ladies gave an ice cream supper
at the school house Tuesday night to
raise funds to complete the payment of
the new organ which arrived from Chi Chicago
cago Chicago a few days ago.
When you have rheumatism In your
foot or instep apply Chamberlain's
iLiniment and you will get quick re
lief. It costs but a quarter. Why
suffer? For sale by all dealers.
Yes, But Is It Eight?!
Carrying a watch is of little value unless it keeps
fight time. Every watch should be carefully gone
over by a practical watch repairer once in every 18
months. Don't spoil your watch
Bring It In here today.
OCALA : : : : : FLORIDA.
t TIIK IIICI IT t'Ol'RT OF THE
Fifth Judicial irrtiit in and for
Marina County, Florida Id i'han i'han-eerj.
eerj. i'han-eerj. Meomie Main v. Itosrer Main Divorce.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Iiogt-r liain be. i
and he is hereby required to appear to;
the bill of complaint filed in this cause
Monday the 10th day of June, 1!I12
It is further ordered that a copy of;
tiiis order le published once a week
fur eitfht consecutive weeks in the J
ocala. Star, a newspaper published in I
said county and state, this 12th day of?
April. 1512. S. T. Sistrunk. j
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
Py Don Peabody. D. C.
Edwin Spencer. Jr.. J
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iy aaHr!l nail not TjroDeriY
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the healing' process begins at
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leaves no scar. If the wound
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face surface and breaks out into a Tur Turning1
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and inevitably leaves a bad
Owners of blooded stock pre prefer
fer prefer this liniment to all others
for that reason, and they use it
not only on fine animals, but
on human flesh, as it does it3
work auickly and thoroughly.
Price 25e, 50c and f 1.00.
Stephens Eye Salve Is a healing
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IN Til K CIHCIIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Clreult, Marlon
County, Florida In Chancery.
Geneva Crenshaw vs. Cleve Crenshaw.
Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-with: Cleve Cren Crenshaw
shaw Crenshaw be, and he is hereby required to
appear to the bill of complaint filed in
this cause on
Monday the loth day of June, 1912
It is further ordered that a copy of
tii is order he published once a weeK
for eiijht consecutive weeks in the
Ocali. Star, a newspaper published in
said countv and state, this 12th day of
April- A. D. 1 i 1 2. S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
By Don Peabody, D. C.
IMwin Sjitrnver, Jr..
IV TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida In
and for Marion County la Chan Chancery.
cery. Chancery. James C. Foster Complainant vs. Mary
S. Foster Defendant Order for
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Mary S. Foster,
be and she is hereby required to appear
to the bill of complaint filed in this
cause on or before
Monday, the 10th day of June, 1912
It is further ordered that a eopy of
this order be published once' a week
for eiht consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published in
said county and state.
This 12th day of April. 1S12.
S. T Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co. Fla.
By Don Peabody, D. C.
R. L. Anderson, Complainant's Solicitor.
F.ver hear of the small boy who said he didn't kcoiv ezi
about freezing ice cream bat that he was great ca i;vt j lit
Little work or knowledge is necessary to ose "est tttzrlzz
Cream Freezers. An inexperienced person can nake fee CKwj
that is delicioasly smooth and mellow, end list will fclrly
in your month, thus making hot weather n i plecscre izilzz c3
a discomfort. We have all sizes from cse gallon c?.
Make your own Ice Cream. It is better cs3 cccr.
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OCALlA EYEXTJfG STAR, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1912.
MfflJS THMGS CPMT
DREW T. JOHXSOX
AX IMPROVED SCHEDULE
Mr O. T. Condrey of Ocala received
a message today announcing the death
of Mr. Drew T. Johnson, superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of the Monarch Orange Company,
of Wild wood. He died this morning at
6 o'clock and will be buried at Adams Adams-ville
ville Adams-ville cemetery, near Coleman, at 10
o'clock tomorrow morning. The Mas Mason?
on? Mason? will officiate at his funeral.
Mr. Johnson was a prominent citizen
and his death is much regretted. He
was well known in Ocala. i
Mclver & MacKay shipped a casket
to Wildwood this morning for the re remains.
mains. remains. Double Dally Train Jaekaoavllle to St.
Petersburg mud Retoro All
On April 30. the Palmetto Limited,
the night train on the Coast Lane from
Jacksonville to St. Petersburg and re return,
turn, return, will be discontinued.
May 1, train No. 9, now running
from Jacksonville to Leesburg, will ex extend
tend extend its run to St. Petersburg, and
train No. 10 will begin running from
St. Petersburg Instead of from Lees Leesburg,
burg, Leesburg, and go on thru to Jacksonville.
These will be very convenient trains.
They will carry sleepers and pass thru
Ocala at about the same time they do
now. This will be the best schedule
Ocala has ever had to points south of
NO MATTER HOW LARGE
YOUR SAFE HI AY BE,
there should net be rcca ia it tzryczr ash. Lzt&
lars may open it. tire nay fceat it so &zl yczr tzzh
would be inaccessible tor days.
MONEY IN THIS BANK
is always available. Uave ca ccccnat fctrc. cz3
neither burglars, tire or snybba tb cca dr-rfvs
yon ot the use ot your money xtbtn yea nczt it.
Here is a dime. Save It. Not a large amount, yon say? No. you're
right, yet it represents ten per cent interest on one dollar for a year. It's
the little things that count in this life. History tells us that the Duke of
Wellington attributes the victory of the Allies at Waterloo to the closing of
the Hugoroont Castle gates by James McDowell and John Graham. It was a
small thing. But the results have been marvelous as we look back, over the
Intervening years. Philip D. Armour knew the value of little things. They
say he packed everything but the last breath of a hog utilizing the waste in
the manufacture of by-products made him wealthy. The small boy by stick stick-ing
ing stick-ing his finger in the leak in the dam saved Holland from destruction. A
few drops of water on a stone makes no impression the constant drip
wears away the stone. The little point on the auger prepares the way for
the large bored, hole. A single grain of corn produces from one to two per-
feet ears. And so the little dime is a part of a dollar. Dollars at interest
produce. dollars just as surely as the seed sown on rich ground brings forth
an abundant harvest. Then save the DIME! Watch It grow.
running? Ask the other
$13 1 rooms,
big: lot, soft water.
Dr. Fuller is resting east easting
ing easting strength today.
Mr. E. E. Converse went to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville in his car yesterday.
Kodak finishing done by experts at
the Ocala Photo Co.
W. T. RICE
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR REXT
, Mr." Oscar HIghtower came up from
the lake this morning.
CAPITAL FtLU PAID IX
Dr. K. G. Peek office phone la Xo.
MS fel realdeaee pkoae, No. 301.
TEX DELEGATES WANTED
TO GO TO TAMPA
. H. D; STOKES. Cashier. X
EDWARDS. Pres. CLARENCE CAMP. Vice, Pres.
J NO. L.
Mr. W. T. Rice of Bronson died at
the Marion County Hospital last night.
Mr Rue, who has been at the hospital
for some time, was a victim of pella pellagra,
gra, pellagra, and all his physicians and nurses
could do was to make him comforta comfortable.
ble. comfortable. Mr. Rice was a native of Alabama
and forty-six years old. His only
brother died at Bronson a few days
TEE EAIBEMDASEEMY t
Something New Each Day
Have you seen the
in Waterman's door ? If not vou should
take a look at it. Any thing in Trunks x
from the Steamer up to the Bureau.
- Suit Cases and Bags
in solid leather and the 4
This department is complete. All I ask
is a look I
M. A.. WATE IR1M
THE PRIMARY BALLOT
Named of All bat Couety Candidates
to be Voted April 30 Aa X I
Before the Name of Eaea Wllaoa
Following are the names of all can candidates,
didates, candidates, except those Inside the coun county
ty county to be voted for in the primary of
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der bladder I aad severe backkchefl aud my k iduey aetioa
ras too freqnent, caosior me to lose moch alep
at fiifht, end in mx bladder there was eunstaat
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August 30. The names marked by an
X in front are those of would-be
delegates to the national convention
wl o are favorable to Woodrow Wil
For president of the United
Vote for one.
Oscar W. Underwood.
For 'Presidential Electors Vote
Jefferson B. Browne.
'Jesse E. Burts.
J. Fred DeBerry.
: Leland J. Henderson.
Charles E. Jones.
William Chipley Jones.
A. M. McMillan.
Walter J. Singletary.
H. C. Sparkman.
F. M. Loomls.
For Member National
Committee Vote for
John T. G. Crawford,
Eugene S. Mathews.
For Congress, State of
' Jarge Vote for one:
George C. Martin.,
J. Ed. O'Brien.
W. M. Tooroer.
Albert M. Williamson.
For Governor of State of
Vote for one:
AVilliam H. Milton.
Edward ,M. Semple.
John -W. Watson.
For Justice of the Supreme Court
Vote for one:
J. B. Whitfield.
(For Attorney General Vote
Thomas P. West.
For State Comptroller Vote for one;
V. V. Knott.
For Secretary of State Vote for one:
II. Clay Crawford.
For State Treasurer Vote for one:
J. S. Grine.r.
J Hamilton Jones.
J. C. Luning.
For State Superintendent of Public
Instruction Vote for one:
William M. Holloway.
A. M. C. Russell.
W. N. Sheats.
Vote for one:
W. R. Dorman.
W. A. McRae.
For Railroad Commissioner
Royal C. Dunn.
John I Neeley.
For State Chemist Vote for one:
R. E. Rose.
For Adjutant General Vote for one
W. J. DriscoL
J. Clifford R. Foster.
J. Stewart Lewis.
For Assistant State
For Congress First
S. M. Sparkman.
Herbert S. Phillips.
For Congress Second
District Vote for one, to be voted
for only in the Second Congres Congressional
sional Congressional District:
R. Hudson Burr.
& J. Hilburn.
For Congress Third Distrdict Congres Congressional
sional Congressional District Vote for one. to
be for only in Third Congressional
W. W. Flournoy.
Dannltt H. Mays.
For Delegates to National Convention
State at Large Vote for six:
J. E. Alexander.
A. J. Angle.
Thomas J. Appleyard.
W. J. Bryan.
Frank E. Chase.
Dr. E. & Chill.
Thomas A. Darby.
Charles E. Davis.
Herbert L Dodd.
L. E. posier.
Albert W. Gilchrist.
N. IL Monk) Harrison.
John H. Keane.
Edwin D. Lambright.
Hayes H. Lewis.
George Q. Mathews.
B. S. Williams.
For Delegates to National Convention
First Congressional District Vote
for two, to be voted for only In
the counties composing First Con Congressional
gressional Congressional District.
P. W. Butler.
E. D. Hobbs.
W. Hunt Harris.
W. K. Zewadski.
FOR SALE One good saddle horse.
Inquire of Mrs. W. P. Edwards.
At the Ocala Photo Co. we develop
your films free if bought from us.
WANTED Teachers wanted for the
public schools. Address D. T. Bald Baldwin.
win. Baldwin. Agua Neuva, Texas.
Get your prescriptions nned by BeeK
at the Court Pharmacy and know they
Mr. Frank Wetherbee left on Sun Sun-nyjim
nyjim Sun-nyjim this morning for a business trip
Mr. Leslie Home is free from fever
and growing stronger every day. His
physicians are sure of his recovery.
Mr., and Mrs. I. I. Strong and Mrs.
y I Sidney Maddox went to Belleview to to-x'
x' to-x' day to spend Sunday with relatives.
tun uour nunarea arm nny
bushels seed peanuts at one dollar per
Apply Howell & Griggs, Oak,
y Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig are expected
xjhome Monday from Atlanta, where
5 1 they have been enjoying grand opera
f v thls weelc"
The young folks from Gainesville
gave a fairly good performance at the
jTemple last night, but the attendance
i was rather slender.
t Raxall Col.! Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula if you like.
!2Eie the package at the Post Office
Miss Elizabeth Newsom entertained
the Girls' Card Club with her usual
charming hospitality yesterday after
! FOR RENT Four room flat;
'cottage of seven rooms, electric lights
land bath; near primary school. Mrs.
Ir. D. Fuller.
t. Wnrst who has heen visit in
her sister, Mrs. T. F. Morton at Romeo,
icame home this afternoon, having
spent a very pleasant visit there.
Can furnish rrom one setting to i
one thousand pure bred Rhode Island
Red eggs for hatching at $10
h ndred. Ed Carmichael. Octla.
Dr. J. T. Shaw, the veterinarian, who
has been absent in Washington and
other places for some time, is expected j
jhome in a few days.
In cases of rheumatism relief from
pain makes sleep and rest possible.
This may be obtained by applying
'Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale by
j We understand that Mr. and, Mrs. G.
I A. Carmichael and Miss Edna Culver Culver-I
I Culver-I house will return from Hot Springs,
,Ark., in a few days. Mr. Carmichael
has beeji greatly benefited by the stay
at the springs.
At the home of her aunt, Mrs. T. K.
Bridges, Thursday afternoon. Mass
Lidie Des Champs very pleasantly en entertained
tertained entertained the members of the Good
Times Club and some other fortunate
As a compliment to Rev. Chapman,
the other churches will adjourn their
evening services and join with the
Baptist church in a union farewell
meeting with Rev. Chapman who leaves
for his new field on Monday.
Mr. J. C. Harrison of Winter Garden,
who was formerly with Theus-Zachy
Company of this city, is in town for a
i few days. Mr. Harrison is with Mr. G.
J. Strozier, the merchant, who was for
many years a resident of this county.
Mr. Strozier had his store and part of
the stock of goods destroyed by fire
on the 12th, but was well insured and
has been doing business since, in
temporary quarters, until his new
brick store is completed.
Mr. Albert McClain brought up from
Candler this morning and gave to Dr.
Boozer a healthy looking young wa watermelon,
termelon, watermelon, weighing three pounds. It
would have been ready to ship in
about eighteen days if it had remain remained
ed remained on the vine. Marion county melons
will begin to roll northward about the
end of the second week in May this
We have some accounts for
sale and glial 1 be glad to have
anyone interested see us, we
will sell at a liberal discount.
Maybe you will have a chance
to collect and make a profit.
SUCCESSOR TO BAXTER CARN
STAFOLLFE DAIRY FEED
Will Produce More Milk than Any
Other Feed on the Market.
Call Us Up. Phone No. 8.
Jy DEALERS "NS
hay, gram, feeda
S J OCALA. FLA. J 22 1 1
II SL I Mixed Cart our Specialty. I jSb I
Vl ?A Ak Us for Priet Btfor
Vl Purchasing ami Sav
. X. Monay. ytj
Keller Jfc Co. to his sister, Mrs. J
Giles, at Bronson.
Memorial Day, observed with Im Impressive
pressive Impressive ceremonies all over the South
yesterday, was almost forgotten in
The following ladies, members
the TT. D. C, decorated the graves
the various cemeteries:
Evergreen Mrs. John Bailey and
Mrs. A. 10. Waterman.
Greenwood Mrs. E. M. Howard. Mrs.
Badger, Mrs. O. T. Green. Mrs. L. X.
Green. Mrs. J. R. Moorhead and Mrs.
J. H. Livingston.
Jewish Mrs. R. G. Blake and Miss
The Star hopes that next year and
succeeding: years the people will help
the V. D. C. to fittingly observe this
A HANDSOME FUNERAL CAR
V. B. Keller & Co. have received one
of the most imposing looking funeral
cars ever seen in this part of the coun country.
try. country. The car is a solid black with hand hand-carved
carved hand-carved wood panels and silver moun mountings.
tings. mountings. The doors are of wood in the
same pattern and the entire car is
handsome and annronriate. Mr. Keller.
if it is desired, will obtain emblems of
!i n npjlftr t r vHirVi tlf i1apA!1a mav
belong, to place by the sides of the
casket while in the car. which is some-
thincr nfton mnnh .iirort hv f r Un.i
when payinsr the last sad services.
OCLA SWITARIl'M NOTES
Mr. J. II. Heat.
who was operated on
Thursday night for appendicitis, is
getting along nicely.
Mr. S. L. Griggs will soon be able to
return to his home at Oxford.
Mr. Fomby is able to walk about on
'. crutches ana win soon oe aoie to re-
(turn to duty
Mr. F. G. B. Weihe will go to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville tonight to join Mrs. Weihe,
who has been visiting their son, Mr.
Karl Weihe and wife for the past few
days. Mr and Mrs. Weihe will return
together about next Wednesday.
FOR RENT Neat new 5-room cot cottage,
tage, cottage, electric lights, bath, etc. Close
Don't you think when you go to have
your pictures made that you'd better
go to a studio that will give you the
best work? Certainly. Then come to
to the Ocala Photo Co.
Mr. C. E. Connor, accompanied by the
three littlest Connors, came up from
the lake this morning, and an extra
smile spread over the one he always
wears when a friend asked him what
he was going to do with the primary
school. It is evident that the shores
of I.ake Weir are going to be thronged
this summer. Two house parties of
young folks have already engaged
space in Mr. Connor's roomy residence
for visits in June.
FOR RENT Small hotel unfurnish unfurnished,
ed, unfurnished, new and modern; also store in same
building. Opposite Seaboard Air Line
depot in Leesburg. ApplK to Box 93,
Leesburg. Fla. 4-25-6t
Parker Lucky Curve fountain Pens
in any style or shape. A large assort assortment
ment assortment to select from at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. Mrs. James Wesley Stephens, the
popular state registrar of the U. D. C, j
will leave Tuesday for Tampa to attend
the convention, which opens in that
city May 1. This is Mrs. Stephens'
fourth year as state registrar. She
will stop in Ocala on her return for a
short visit. Times-Union.
Mr. Nicholas Heintz and his bride ar arrived
rived arrived last evening. Mrs. Heintz was
formerly Miss Annie Clark of Nash Nashville,
ville, Nashville, in which city the wedding took
place last Tuesday. The happy couple
have been visiting various points of
interest between here and Nashville
on their way home. They will keep
house in a neat cottage on North Sec Second
ond Second street, east, near the synagogue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Leavengood and
their charming daughter. Miss Ethel,
left yesterday for their former home In
Coshocton, Ohio. Mrs. Leavengood and
daughter will visit relatives in In Indiana
diana Indiana for a few weeks before going to
Ohio. Their Ocala friends will miss
Our ice cream is the talk of the
people from Ocala to Lake Weir. We
have an up-to-date fountain, with
thirteen pure fruit flavors. Cleanli Cleanliness
ness Cleanliness is our hobby. Give us a trial.
"The Oasis," Belleview, next to de depot.
pot. depot. Judge Bell and another kind-hearted
gentlemen were going around town
last night, giving away fish. They
went to one of the lakes across the
river yesterday afternoon and in a
couple of hours caught more than they
knew what to do with.
Mrs. L P. Converse. Mrs. S. R. Wha Whales'
les' Whales' and Mrs. Sidney Maddox accom accompanied
panied accompanied Mr. E. E. Converse to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville yesterday in his car. The party
returned last night.
As Mr. Dobbs of the Florida House
was taking a party out to Grahamville
in his auto this morning, when about
nine miles from town a tire went to
the bad. A message was sent to Ocala
from the nearest phone, and Robert
Thagard took out a new tire on one of
Hamp Chambers" Harley-Davidson
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney. at the Girard. No. 11
East Duva$ street, just off Main. Best
75c, room In the city.
His remains were shipped by V.
The Ocala delegation of Daughters
of the Confederacy which will leave
here on the Seaboard afternoon train
Tuesday- Anril 30th. for Ta
jto get up a party of ten. as in this way!
they can save 11.60 on each ticket..
Any one who is going down to attend
the state convention of the Daughters
of the Confederacy will please com
municate with Mrs. Howard and avail:
themselves of the opportunity to go on
the party ticket at a lower rate.
HOME SCENES MADE A GREAT HIT
The home scenes at the Air Dome
made a great hit last night and were
viewed by a big crowd, or rather by
two big crowds. They were very dis distinct
tinct distinct and all the people in them were
easy to recognize.
They will be repeated, with "addi "additional
tional "additional scenes tonight, beside the fol following
lowing following interesting subjects:
"Old Billy." Story of an old fire
"Black Arrow." A thrilling story of
"A Flash in the Night." An excit exciting
ing exciting story, made in Jacksonville.
THE FIHE TODAY
The fire at noon today was in a cot-
jtage owned by Mr. C. Itheinauer, near
Mr. G. A. Carmichael's residence, and
1 occupied by Mr. Reginald Hunter and
j his sisters. The fire caught in the roof
I from the kitchen flue and did only
about $25 worth of damage. The fire
I c A 1 '"em r
ot out of the station in
iabout fifeen seconds and was off to
I th fire.
The horse drawing the chemical
aun siumuieu ana ien. a iricK ne is
1 a d icted to, and the two men on the
: drivers seat toe
headers off to es-
cape tne overturning
were injured, strange to relate, and
the horse was only slightly scratched
and the wagon very slightly damaged.
THE IDEAL THEATER
The Ideal Theater will open its doors
on the evening of Wednesday, May
1st at 7:30 p. m. The entire proceeds of
i the first evening will be donated to the
' 1 I 1 J 1 3 .1 ( t
uuiiuuiK iuiiu ui lite i uinan 5 iiuu.
The ladies will have charge of the
ticket booth and will also act as ushers,
and will be in full charge for the eve evening.
ning. evening. There will be three perform performances
ances performances during the evening. The an announcements
nouncements announcements have been mailed all over
FirM Part of K veiling
Mrs. Sidney Haile.
Mrs. J. K. Johnson.
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood.
Miss Gertie Peyser.
Mrs. L F. Illalock.
Mrs. W. C. Ragin.
Mrs. Emmett Robinson.
Mrs. Jack Rents!.
Mrs. L N. Green.
SOME EXT HA FINE MULES
Mr. D. W. Tompkins of the firm of
Tompkihs & Cobb, has recently re returned
turned returned from market, with as fine a
carload of mules as the firm has
handled this season. They have
brought to Ocala and disposed of a
great many carloads of fine stock, and
have had a most successful season.
DROP CURTAIN FOR TEMPLK
The new drop curtain for the Tem Temple
ple Temple Theater, Ocala's popular playhouse,
now controlled by R. C. Howell, also
manager of the Howell Theater of this
city, is fast nearing completion at the
hands of that well known artist, G. W.
Rex. The curtain is 20x30 feet, and
will be quite as handsome as any in
the state. The color blendings are
perfect, and with the advertisements
attractively designed and displayed
bordering the fine center painting,
that of Ocala's splendid new bank
building, the curtain when completed
will indeed reflect credit upon the
skillful workmanship of Mr. Rex and
the progressive spirit of Manager
Howell. The theater-goers of Ocala
will face a beautiful curtain the com
ing season, one or which they will
have cause to be proud. Palatka
Mrs. E. R. Britton, of Brltton. Miss.,
wishes others to know what Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound has done
for her daughter. "Sometime ago my
daughter was 111 and threatened with
pneumonia. We tried different medi medicines
cines medicines but she seemed to be getting
worse. We then gave her Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound and it
checked the disease and eventually
cured her completely and we know Fo Foley's
ley's Foley's Honey and Tar Compound saved
her life." Sold by the Anti-Monopoly
FOR SALE Eggs from pure "CngnsTi
white and brown penciled wing ducks,
well mated without inbreeding, and
best egg producers. One dollar for 12.
J. H. MeClymonds, 32 South Fourth
street, Ocala, Fla.
You will find that your dollar has a
surprisingly large purchasing value
here in QUALITY MEATS fresh, salt
Our prices reflect the lowest market
prevailing our meats represent the
choicest and finest obtainable.
Try this sanitary market let us
show you just how excellently we can
please you. Phone 108.
W. H. MARSH
Phone 108 Xew City Market.
FIXE CANTALOUPE SAMPLES
J. D. McDuffy, one of the leading col colored
ored colored farmers of the state, brought in
this morning to the Munroe & Cham Cham-bliss
bliss Cham-bliss Bank, from his fine farm west
of the city on the Martel hard road.
the finest cantaloupe specimen we have ; quantities of froxen : oranges while
seen this season. One would not sup-, J passing through Calif ornia- The or or-pose
pose or-pose there was anything more than fange trees were not killed, as report
Bioom.on me young vines, mis eariy,
but this cantaloupe was a 200 to the
box orange, though bearing the per perfect
fect perfect Kocky Ford shape. McDuffy says
if the season continues favorable as it
is now, he will ship fruit from these
vines between the 20th and 25th of
May. fcDufTy has 85 acres of these
cantaloupes, a large acreage of water watermelons,
melons, watermelons, vegetables and standard crops,
such as oats and corn. His big drove
of hogs and cattle is doing well, and
the entire big farm looks smiling and
Among the very finest shipments of
melons and cantaloupes to start north
each season from this famous market
center, is one of McDuffy's carloads,
and he takes a keen pride in having
choice, fruit, carefully selected and
well packed, and there is never any
trouble to market his crop at a good
MR. K. C. ROItlNSOX RETURNS
Those who studied sight singing un under
der under Mr. K. C. Robinson last March,
will be glad to know that four young
men of Ocala have secured his services
for a month, dating from April 29th.
The school will open on that date.
First session at 7:30 p. m. at Baptist
church annex. The class will open
with over thirty members. You should
join and learn to sing by sight.
CORRECTIOX IX COBB'S CCOPXT
One typographical error occurred In
the published statement of the ex expenses
penses expenses of the county candidates. Mr.
T. A. Cobb, candidate for county treas
urer, had an expense account as sworn
to and filed with the clerk ot the court
of only $93.55, instead of $240.45 as
SELLING FINE MULES
Messrs. Tompkins & Cobb have sold
J within the past few days a pair of very
fine mules to J. L Medlin, the naval
stores operator from Alachua county,
and another air to Mr. W. E. Riley of
Host is, to use in his Standard Oil de delivery
livery delivery business.
Miss Mary Mente, of Jacksonville,
who is a guest of Miss Erin Yonge,
was the honor guest at a straw ride
to Silver Springs, given by the young
men last evening. The party left
town at 8 o'clock, arriving at the
Springs at 9. They were too late for
the City of Ocala, which had taken an another
other another party down the run, but the
young people played games until the
return of the boat and the orchestra,
when dancing was indulged in until a
late hour. There was a lunch of good
things to eat.. Ten couples enjoyed the
evening, which was a most pleasant
one. The party was chaperoned by Mr.
and Mrs. Fletcher Yonge.
Miss Helen Fox leaves for the home
of her grandmother, Mrs. MerrelU in
Canton. O., Tuesday. Miss Fox has
made many friends during her short
stay in Ocala.
Rev. E. W. Way, formerly pastor of
the church at Gainesville, and now an
evangelist of the Suwannee Presby Presbytery,
tery, Presbytery, will preach at the Presbyterian
church tomorrow morning. Mr. Way
will be entertained while in the city by
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mclver.
FOR SALE Horse, bright sorrel,
ten years old, weighs 1400, good for
farm work or buggy. Not afraid of
automobiles. Price, one hundred dol dollars.
lars. dollars. A big bargain. Call or address,
R. B. Starbuck, 106 Oklawaha ave
Judge S. B. Brewton, mayor of
Hinesville, Ga., derived such splendid
results from the use of Foley Kidney
Pills that he wants others to know
about it. He writes, "I have used Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Pills and feel that I have
obtained great benefit from them and
I heartily recommend them to any
party suffering from kidney troubles."
Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Cooking with paper tags? Call us
up for a package at I5c. The Post
Office Drug Store.
Lame shoulder is nearly always due
to rheumatism of the muscles and
quickly yields to the free application
of Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale
by all dealers.
After you have had a row and life
looks mighty blue, send her a box of
.Vorris candy and she'll again love
you. Get It at the Court Pharmacy.
If you eat something which dis
agrees with you, don t let it work its
own way through. Its a slow process
and makes you feel bad. Get rid of It
quickly by taking a dose of HERBINE.
It drives out Impurities in the stom
ach and bowels and you feel better
immediately. Price 50c. Sold by all
Two disorderlies received light fines
in recorder's court this morning.
"Our baby cries for Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy." writes Mrs. T. B. Ken-
drick, Rasaca, Ga. MIt Is the be3t
cough remedy on the market for
coughs, colds and croup." For sale by
Are you Interested in paper bag
cooking? If so come to us for your
supply of the bags. 25c the pickage.
Post Office Drug Store.
The most common cause of insom insomnia
nia insomnia is disorders of the stomach. Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
correct these disorders and enable you
to sleep. For sale by all dealers.
CALIFORNIA ORAXGS FROZEN
- This office has received a communi communication
cation communication from Mr. P. L. Billingsley from
Spokane. Wash., his future home,
where he arrived a few days since.
Mr. Billtngsle-y says he saw great
;ea uere, out tne lemon trees
badly damaged by the cold.
Following are the meteorological'
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to noon today:
Clear South Wind.
Mrs. Hudgens and Miss Ruth Hud Hud-gens,
gens, Hud-gens, who were with the FolIs Club
irom Gainesville, were the jests of
Mrs. I J. Knight, and returned home
Miss Eva Futch and Messrs. Mac
Christie and Frederick llocker of the
Follies Company, will remain In Ocala
until tomorrow. Miss Futch is the
guest of Miss Hester Dewey.
STORK FOR RENT
The new and handsome store room,
roomy and modern plate glass front.
Possession at once and can be fitted
uj. according to-needs of tenant. Ap Ap-pl
pl Ap-pl to Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.
RHODE: ISLAND RED
COCKERELS FOR SALE
A few nice cockerels for breeders at
fl up. Call at Star office.
Q. EL Peacock.
When you vote for state treasurer in
the primary Tuesday, mark the ticket
X J. C. LUNNING
He is now state treasurer and is a
competent and capable officer.
If you are in a hurry for your pre prescriptions,
scriptions, prescriptions, try the Court Pharmacy's
quick delivery system.
FOR A DEMOCRATIC VICTORY.
Sound Demncratn AVI t It no Factional Ay
to (irind Shonld Re Seat to
The democratic party has a fine op opportunity
portunity opportunity to win a national victory thin
year if no mistake is made at the Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore convention. The best way to
avoid the making of a mistake that
might cost our party the victory Is to
elect as delegates men who are sound
Democrats without any factional ax to
grind. The Interests of the Florida
democracy will be In safe hands If the
following well known Democrats are
sent to the convention. These gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen favor Harmon or Underwood, but
will be governed by the instructions of
the primary and use their best efforts
to promote harmony in the party: -
For Delegates National Democratic"
Convention, State at Large.
FRANK E. CHASE.
E. S. CRILL.
A. W. GILCHRIST.
EDWIN D. LAMBERT.
B. S. WILLIAMS.
Convention, First Cong
Vote for two.
W. HUNT HARRIS.
A DRAIN P. JORDAN.
Cut this out and save for reference
on election day.
FOR NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN.
Eugene S. Matthews. of Bradford
county, Speaker of the House of Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives In 1907, is a candidate for
member of the National Democratic
Executive Committee. One of the can can-d4dates
d4dates can-d4dates for this office has advertised
himself extensively as "the Woodrow
Wilson candidate." Mr. Matthews Is
not the candidate of any faction, but
will strive to serve the best interest of
the democratic party of Florida If he Is
honored with election, and on this basis
solicits the support of all Democrats,
irrespective of whether they favor Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, Harmon, Underwood or Clark for
Constipation brings many ailments
in its action and Is the primary canee
of much, sickness. Keep your bowels
regular, madam, and you wljl escape
many of the ailments to which women
are subject. Constipation is. a very
simple thing, but like many simple
things, it may lead to serious conse consequences.
quences. consequences. Nature often needs a little
assistance and when 'Chamberlain's
Tablets are given at the first Indica Indication,
tion, Indication, much distress and suffering: -may
be avoided. Sold by all dealers.
AUTO SIDE LIGHT
Lost on streets of city,
turn to Star office.
The correct treatment for cuts,
burns, scalds, wounds, sores, lumbago,
rheumatism or neuralgia is BAL BALLARD'S
LARD'S BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It Is heal healing,
ing, healing, penetrating and antiseptic which
is everything that is needed to effect'
a complete -cure. Price 25c, 60c and
$1 per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Snrceea
'eneral Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly.
ly. Promptly. ight or Tay.
Special Attention to Obstetric. Dis Disease
ease Disease of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1. 2. 3, 4. 5 and f, Holder
Building. Second Floor. Phones
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333
OCALA EVElfEfG STAB, SATURDAY, APRIL 2T, 1912.
CLAUDE L'EKGLE PEOPLES LOBBYIST
Candidate for Ccagressman-al Large
Hon. Claude L'Engle, Jacksonville, Fla.
Dear Sir: Answering your inquiry as to what I have ob observed
served observed of your 'work as a "lobbyist" during the legislative
sessions of 1907, 1909 and 1911, I take pleasure in saying
that I have known you to take great Interest in behalf of many
good measures and against bad measures.
I have never had occasion to suspect, nor did I ever hear it
charged, that you were interested in behalf of any "special in in-terest."
I have felt confident that your attitude on bills before the
Legislature was In each case due to your conviction that the
particular measure was for or against the public good, and
chat your influence was accordingly for or against the measure.
Your work was the more noticeable and more effective be because
cause because of the contrast to that of those lobbyists who appear in
behalf of "special interests.""" Tours truly,
- F. M. HUDSON,
President Florida Senate. 1909.
Tallahassee, Florida, April 19, 1912.
PUT L'EFIGLE IFi TDE FIRST GO-ROUND
KSWDIUM, JM. 9
Ladies' White Dresses, some
trimmed in Embroidery and Lace,
others hand Embroidered and all
the latest styles Worth up to
$10.00, for only
ii O C2JS
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Boys' Wash Suits, Knicker Knickerbocker
bocker Knickerbocker pants sizes 2 1-2 to 8 years,
75c values for only
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Dnak altu Coaqacral
A Romance of Colorado
Author of "Tint RIna nd the Man.
'The lUnd of Resaetioo. "TU
Better Man. "Hearts and the Hiab Hiab-w.y.''
w.y.'' Hiab-w.y.'' "A the Spark FTy Upwaxd."
UIctrtioe by EHsworta Ysanf
(Copyright, 1911, by W. a. Chapm&r
He had for the time being forgotten
Armstrong and he had not before
known what jealousy was until he had
entered that room. To have seen her
with any man would have given him
acute pain, perhaps just because he
had been so long withdrawn from hu human
man human society, but to see her with this
man who flashed instantly into his
recollection upon the utterance of his
name J as an added exasperation.
Newbold turned to the woman to
whom Indeed he had addressed his
question in the first place, and there
was something In his movement which
bespoke a galling almost contemptuous
obliviousness to the presence of the
other man which was indeed hard for
him to bear.
Hate begets hate. He was quite
conscious of Armstrong's antagonism,
which was entirely undisguised and
open and which was growing greater
with every passing moment. The
score against Newbold was running up
In the mind of his visitor.
"Ah," coolly said the owner of the
cabin to the first of his two guests,
"I do remember you did mention that
name the first day you spent here.
Is he a a friend of yours?"
"Not now," answered Enid Maitland.
She too was in a strange state of
perturbation on account of the dilem dilemma
ma dilemma In which she found herself in involved.
volved. involved. She was determined not to
betray the unconscious confidence of
the dead. She hoped fervently that
Newbold would not recognize Arm Armstrong
strong Armstrong as the man of the locket, but
if he did she was resolute that he
should not also be recognized as the
man of the letters, at least not by her
act. Newbold was ignorant of the ex existence
istence existence of those letters and she did
not Intend that he should be enlight enlightened
ened enlightened so iar as she could prevent it.
But she was keen enough to see that
the first recognition would be in
evitable; she even admitted the fact
! J S X A a
OF ALL KINDS
Are at our fingers ends. There is no
make of car with which we are not fa familiar.
miliar. familiar. There is no facility lacking
here that will insure
better work. Semi us
when it needs attention. It will get
just the kind it needs here.
FflorMa Aotto Sales Co.
fUfivfti nf fti.wri.Ti.enf Buildina Ocala. Fla.
Ocala Northern R. R.Co.
TIME TABLE No. 5
. In Effect Sunday, March 31st, 1912
No 19 Mixed
Leave Palatka 5:40
ifrrlva. Ocala 10:35
J. 17 Paweacer
Leave....... .Palatka 5:10 p.
Arrive ........Ocala "AS p.
. New IS Passenger
Leave .Palatka 10.50 a. m.
Arrive Ocala 1:20 p. m.
Daily Except Sundays.
Connects at Ocala with Seaboard Air
" Connects at Talatka with G. S. & F.,
No. 12 Passenger
Leave Ocala 7:30 a.
Arrive Talatka 10:10 a.
Xo. 14 Passenger
Leave Ocala ..2:30 p.
Arrive Palatka ...4:50 p.
Leave Ocala 12:1
Line and Atlantic Coast
F. K. C. and A. C. L.
S. PJHOIXINRAKE, General Passenger Agent.
' Ocala Florida
FOim OMOMLr'' fOIEY'S OSINOJAXmVE
r)( r MACH TaOUW-t 9 WHSTir .nur a OR STOMACH (ROUBLE, anu wnjiimn.
that Armstrong would probably pre
cipitate It himself. Well, no human
bouI, not even their writer, knew that
she had destroyed them, she had de
termined to do so at the first conveni convenient
ent convenient opportunity. Before that, however,
she Intended to show them not to New New-bold
bold New-bold but to Armstrong, to disclose his
perfidy, to convict him of the false
hood he had told her and to justify
herself even in his eyes for the action
she had taken
Mingled with all these quick reflec
tions was a deadly fear. She was
quick to percive the hatred Arm-
of the old love affair, the long cher cherished
ished cherished grudge breaking into sudden
life; on the other she realized that
her own failure to come to Arm
strong's hands and her love for New New-bold,
bold, New-bold, which she neither could nor had
any desire to conceal, and the cumula
tion of these passionate antagonisms
would only make him the more des desperate.
perate. desperate. Whether Newbold found out Arm Armstrong's
strong's Armstrong's connection with his past love,
there was sufficient provocation in the
present to evoke all the oppugnation
and resentment of his nature. Enid
felt as she might if the puncheons of
the floor had been sticks of dynamite
with active detonations in every heel
that pressed them; as if the slightest
movement on the part of any one
would bring about an explosion.
The tensity of the situation was be bewildering
wildering bewildering to her. It had come upon
her with such startling force; the un unexpected
expected unexpected arrival of Armstrong, of all
the men on earth the one who ought
not to be there, and then the equally
startling arrival of Newbold, of whom
perhaps the same might have been
said. If Newbold had only gone on,
If he had not come back, if she had
been rescued by her uncle or old Kirk Kirk-by
by Kirk-by But "ifs" were idle, she had to
face the present situation to which
she was utterly unequal.
She had entirely repudiated Arm Armstrong,
strong, Armstrong, that was one sure point; she
knew how guilty he had been toward
Newbold's wife, that was another; she
realized how he had deceived her,
that was the third. These eliminated
the man from her affections, but it is
one thing to thrust a man out of your
heart and another to thrust him out
of your life; he was still there. And
by no means the sport of blind fate
Armstrong intended to have something
to say as to the course of events, to
use his own powers to determine the
Of but one thing beside her hatred
for Armstrong was Enid Maitland ab absolutely
solutely absolutely certain; she would never dis disclose
close disclose to the man she loved the fact
that the woman, the memory of whose
supposed passion he cherished, had
been unfaithful to blm in heart if
not in deed. Nothing could wrest that
secret from her. She had been in infected
fected infected by Newbold's quixotic ideas,
the contagion of his perversion of com common
mon common sense had fastened itself upon
her. She would not have been human
either if she had not experienced a
thrill of pride and joy at the possibil possibility
ity possibility that In some way, of which she yet
swore she would not be the instrument
blind or otherwise, the facts might be
disclosed which would enable Newbold
to claim her openly and honorably.with honorably.with-out
out honorably.with-out hesitation before or remorse aft after,
er, after, as his wife. This fascinating flash
of expectant, hopeful feeling she
thought unworthy of her and strove
to fight it down, but with manifest im impossibility.
possibility. impossibility. It has taken time to set these things
down; to speak or to write is a slow
tions and answers between these three
followed as swiftly as thrust and parry
between accomplished swordsmen, and
yet between each demand and reply
they had time to entertain "these swift
thoughts as the drowning compass
life experiences in seconds!
"I may not be her friend," said Arm Armstrong
strong Armstrong steadily, "but she left ma In
these mountains a month ago with
more than a half way promise to mar marry
ry marry me, and I have sought her through
the snows to claim the fulfillment."
"You never told me that," exclaimed
Newbold sternly and again addressing
the woman rather than the man.
"There was nothing to tell," she an answered
swered answered quickly. "I was a young girl,
heart free; I liked this man, perhaps
because he was so different from those
to whom I had been accustomed, and
when he pressed his suit upon me, I
told him the truth. I did not love
him, I did not know whether I might
grow to care for him or not; if I did,
I should marry him and if I did not
no power on earth could make me.
And now I hate him!" She flung the
words at him savagely.
Armstrong was beside himself with
fury at her words, and Newbold's cool
indifference to him personally was un
endurable. In battle such as he waged
he had the mistaken idea that any anything
thing anything was fair. He could not really
tell whether it was love of woman or
hate of man that was most dominant;
he saw at once the state of affairs be between
tween between the two. He could hurt the
man and the woman with one state
ment; what might be its ulterior effect
he did not stop to consider, perhaps if
he had he would not then have cared
greatly. He realized anyway that
since Newbold's arrival his chance
with Enid was gone; perhaps wheth whether
er whether Newbold were alive or dead It was
gone forever; although Armstrong did
not think that, he was not capable of
thinking very far into the future in
his then condition, the present bulked
too large for that,
"I did not think after that kiss in
the road that you would go back on
me this way, Enid," he said quickly.
"The kiss In the road," cried New New-bold
bold New-bold staring again at the woman.
"You coward," repeated she, with
one swift envenomed glance at the
other man, and then she turned to her
lover. She laid her hand upon his
arm, she lifted her face up to him.
"As God is my judge," she cried, her
voice rising with the tragic intensity
of the moment and thrilling with In Indignant
dignant Indignant protest, "he took it from me
like the thief and the coward he was
and he tells it now like the liar he is.
We were riding side by side, I was
utterly unsuspicious, I thought him a
gentleman, he caught me and kissed
me before I knew it. I drove him
from me. That's all."
"I believe you," said Newbold gent gently,
ly, gently, and then for the first time, he ad addressed
dressed addressed himself to Armstrong. "You
came doubtless to rescue Miss Mait Maitland,
land, Maitland, and In so far your purpose was
admirable and you deserve thanks and
respect, but no further. This is my
cabin, your words and your conduct
render you unwelcome here. Miss
Maitland is under my protection; if
you will come outside I will be glad
to talk with you further."
"Under your protection?" sneered
Armstrong beside himself. "After a
month with you alone I take It she
needs no further protection."
Newbold did not leap upon the man
for that mordant insult to the woman;
his approach was slow, relentless, ter terrible.
rible. terrible. Eight or ten feet separated
them. Armstrong met him half way,
his impetuosity was greater, he sprang
forward, turned about, faced the full
light from the narrow window.
"Well," he cried, "have you got any anything
thing anything to say or do about it?"
But Newbold had stopped, appalled.
He stood staring as if petrified; recog recognition,
nition, recognition, recollection rushed over him.
Now and at last he knew the man.
The face that confronted him was the
same face that had stared out at him
from the locket he had taken from the
bruised breast of his dead wife, which
had been a mystery to him for all
"Well," tauntingly asked Armstrong
again, "what are you waiting for, are
From Newbold's belt depended a
holster and a heavy revolver. As Arm Armstrong
strong Armstrong made to attack him he flashed
It out with astonishing quickness and
presented it. The newcomer was un unarmed
armed unarmed hi3 Winchester leaned against
the wall by his fur coat and he had
"If you move a step forward or back backward,"
ward," backward," said Newbold with deadly calm,
"I will kill you without mercy."
"So you'd take advantage of a weap weaponless
onless weaponless man, would you?" sneered Arm Armstrong.
strong. Armstrong. "Oh, for God's sake," cried the wo woman,
man, woman, "don't kill him."
"You both misjudge me," was the an answer.
swer. answer. "I shall take no advantage of
Still keeping the other covered, New
bold stepped oyer to the table pulled
out the drawer and drew from it the
locket. Enid remembered she had has hastily
tily hastily thrust It there'when he had hand handed
ed handed it to her, and there it had lain un unnoted
noted unnoted and forgotten. It was quite evi evident
dent evident to her what was toward now.
Newhold had recognized the other
man, explanations were inevitable.
With his left hand Newbold sought
the catch of the locket and pressed
the spring. In two steps he faced
Armstrong with the open locket thrust
"Your picture?- he asked.
"Do you know the locket?"
"I gave it to a woman named Louise
Rosser five or six years ago."
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this man. I would disdain to do so ii
it were necessary, but before the last
resort I must have speech with him,
and this is the only way in which I
can keep him quiet for a moment, if
as I suspect, Lis hate measures with
"You have the advantage," protest
ed Armstrong. "Say j-our say and get
process, and the ratio between outw ard i over with. I've waited all these
expressions and Inward Is as great as j years for a chance to kill you and my
that between Ibzht and sound. Ques- patience is exhausted."
With diabolic malice Armstrong left
the sentence uncompleted. The Infer Inference
ence Inference he meant should be drawn from
his reticence was obvious.
"I took It from her dead body," grit gritted
ted gritted out Newbold.
"She was beside herself with love
for me; an old affair, you know," said
Armstrong more explicitly, thinking
to use a spear with a double barb to
pierce the woman's and the man's
heart alike. That he defamed the
dead was of no moment then. "She
wanted to leave you," he ran on glibly.
"She wanted me to take her back
"Untrue," burst forth from Enid
Maitiand's lips. "A slanderous, das dastardly,
tardly, dastardly, cowardly untruth."
But the man paid no attention to
her in their excitement; perhaps they
did not even hear her. Newbold
thrust his pistol violently forward.
"Would you murder me as you mur murdered
dered murdered the woman?" gibed Armstrong
in bitter taunt."
Then Enid Maitland found it in her
heart to urge Newbold to kill him
where he stood, but she had no time
if she could have carried out her de design,
sign, design, for Newbold flung the weapon
from him and the next moment the
two men leaped upon each other,
straining, struggling, daring, battling
like savage beasts, each seeking to
clasp his fingers around the throat of
the other and then twist and crush un until
til until life was gone.
Saying nothing, fighting in a grim
silence that was terrible, they reeled
crashing about the little room. No
two men on earth could have been bet better
ter better matched, yet Newbold had a slight
advantage in height and strength, as
he had also the advantage in simple
life and splendid condition. Arm Armstrong's
strong's Armstrong's hate and fierce temper coun counterbalanced
terbalanced counterbalanced these at first, and with
arms locked and legs twined, with
teeth clenched and eyes blinded and
pulses throbbing and hearts beating,
they strove together.
The girl shrank back against the
wall and stared frightened. She feared
for her lover, she feared for herself.
Strange primitive feelings throbbed in
her veins. It was an old situation,
when two male animals fought for su supremacy
premacy supremacy and the ownership of a fe female,
male, female, whose destiny was entirely re removed
moved removed from her own hands.
Armstrong had shown himself in his
true colors at last. She would have
nothing to hope from him if he was
the victor; and she even wondered in
terror what might happen to her if the
man she loved triumphed after the
passions aroused in such a battle? She
grew sick and giddy, her bosom rose
and fell, her breath came fast as she
followed the panting, struggling, cling
ing grinding, figures about the room.
At first there had been no advantage
to either, but now after five minutes
or was it hours? of fierce fighting,
the strength and .superior condition of
her lover began to tell. He was forc forcing
ing forcing the other backward. Slowly, inch
by inch, foot by foot, step by step,
he mastered him. The two Interwin Interwin-ing
ing Interwin-ing figures were broadside to her now,
she could see their faces Inflamed by
the lust of the battle, engorged, blood
red with hate and fury, but there was
a look of exultation on one and the
shadow of approaching disaster on the
other. But the consciousness that he
was being mastered ever so little only
increased Armstrong's determination
and he fought back with the frenzy,
the strength of a maddened gorilla,
and again for a space the Issue was In
doubt. But not for long.
The table, a heavy cumbersome,
four-legged affair, solid almost as a
rock, stood in the way. Newbold at
last backed Armstrong up against it
and by superhuman effort bent him
over it, held him with one arm and
using the table as a support, wrenched
his left hand free, and sunk his fin fingers
gers fingers around the other's throat. It was
all up with Armstrong. It was only
a question of time now.
"Now," Newbold guttered out
hoarsely, you slandered the dead wo woman
man woman I married, and you insulted the
living one I love. Take back what
you said before you die."
"I forgive him," cried Enid Mait
land. "Oh, for God's sake don't kill
him before my eyes."
Armstrong was past speech. The
inveteracy of his hatred could be seen
even in his fast glazing eyes, the indo-
mitableness of hi3 purpose yet spoke
in the negative shake of his head. He
could die, but he would die in his hate
and in his purpose.
Enid ran to the two, she grappled
Newbold's arm with both her own and
strove with all her might to tear It
away from the other's throat. Her
lover paid no more attention to her
than if a summer breeze had touched
him. Armstrong grew black in the
face, his limbs relaxed, another second
or two it would have been over with
Once more the door was thrown
open; through it two snow-covered men
entered. One swift glance told them
all. One of them at least had expect expected
ed expected It. On the one side Kirkby, on the
other Maitland, tore Newbold away
from his prey just in time to save
Armstrong's life. Indeed the latter
was so far gone that he fell from the
table to the floor unconscious, choking,
almost dying. It was Enid Maitland
who received his head in her arms and
helped bring him back to life while
the panting Newbold stood staring
dully at the woman he loved and the
man he hated on the floor at his feet.
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