The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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disagrees with yon, don't

Voodrow Wilson Thus Described
by Eminent Democrat.
Former Member of Congress From New
An Ideal candidate is oue of charm
ins: personality ami fon-p f rh:ir:i fer
who has fouvictions and is not astiam
ed to proclaim them and is brave
enough to -Ii;uie them when on
viuced they are wrong: a man of lnru
Ihk and ieiiHrieiK,e. acute to rouipre
henrt a situation and orrectIy to ap
ly actual, present conditions to the
theories of tile- boobs which collate th th-Hnaloirlew
Hnaloirlew th-Hnaloirlew of history: a forceful sieak
er. Imjressiui an audience with ni
aiueerlty. having something to sa.
drawn from a storehouse ol learning
Hnd harliii; the faculty of sayinu it
concisely and forcefully, with enough
flashes of wit to hold the attention ot
the most thoughtless and Inattentive
Such is an ideal candidate
An ideal president is oue who would
live up to bis party and personal
pledges In spite of every influence
even that of personal friendship; who
would put country above party, nhove
friends and Hfovp personal ambition
one so wise that he could not be cheat
ed by friends or bluffed by adversarie adversarie-nnd
nnd adversarie-nnd so" strong that be could not be
swerved from duty even by his wife,
one who is not a tool of others but is
himself dominant, ruling those aboiv
him by sheer force of character; sc
perior native acumen and tact and ac
quired learning, but always exercising
dominance In the interest of democra
cy, not aristocracy; who would take
each man's counsel, but reserve his
Judgment, and would be ahrewd and
patriotic enough to surround himself
with a cabinet of the strongest and
most unselfish minds In the country
yet would himself, like Lincoln, towe?
above them alL Such is an ideal presi
8ucb would be Dr Woodrow Wilson
One. of the most startling changes
ever seen in any man, according to W.
B. Holsclaw, Clarendon, Texas, was
"that all our family thought he was
effected years ago In his brother. "He
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 ti.nd guaranteed. Price 50 cents
and SI.' Trial bottle free at Tydings
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beautiful orange grove in bearing;
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miles west of Ocala. Wlll sell cheap
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property. Apply to Rev.'z. A. Crump Crump-ton,
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Lies often in a run-flown system.
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tite, appetite, energy and ambition, with disor disordered
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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.
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No Move Too U.isciupiHQ'js Fgi
His Opponen-s.
Supporters of IJnderwood, Clark and
Harmon Divide the Union to Sj.:
Themselves In a Desperate Effort to
Turn Back Tide Setting In Favor f
New Jersey Governor.
Newark (N. J.) Evening Newa.
The charge made by friends of
Wopdrow Wilson that there is a com combination
bination combination on the part of the supporters
of Clark, Underwood and Harmon to
defeat the New Jersey governor at the
Baltimore convention has substantial
evidence to confirm it.
It Is charged that the stateo have
been apportioned among the three can candidates.
didates. candidates. Clark Is to make the fight in
Iowa, Wisconsin, Arkansas. Kentucky,
Oklahoma, Kansas, California. New
Jersey and Illinois; Underwood in
Georgia, Florida, North Carolina.
South Carolina, Mississippi and Lou Louisiana,
isiana, Louisiana, and HarLiuii In Texas, Ne-.v
York, Delaware, the New England
states, Pennsylvania, Ohio and adja adjacent
cent adjacent states.
Harmon instead of Clark would have
been chosen to lead "the light in New
Jersey had he not refused to run in
the home state of any other candidate.
The primaries In Kansas and Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma have already been held, and In
both the contestants were Clark and
Wilson. In Illinois only Clark peti petitions
tions petitions have been filed In opposition to
W'iison. In Florida the name of Har Harmon
mon Harmon has been withdrawn, and news newspapers
papers newspapers that were supporting him have
substituted Underwood as their can candidate.
didate. candidate. In Wisconsin, where Harmon
was supposed to be strong, his name
has been withdrawn in favor of Clark.
This may not be absolutely conclu conclusive
sive conclusive evidence of an understanding
among the three candidates named,
but it is pretty strong evidence.
While such a combination of force
can hardly be considered fair play, it J
Is characteristic of the influences that
are opposed to the nomination of Gov Governor
ernor Governor Wilson. They care little who
the candidate is so that it is not Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, and they are ready to adopt any
methods that will assist in bringing'
About his defeat.
It is not necessary to assume thnt
Messrs. Clark, Harmon and Under Underwood
wood Underwood are parties to what looks so
much like a deliberate conspiracy. In
this flght for the presidential nomina nomination,
tion, nomination, they are little more than lay fig figures
ures figures manipulated by powerful, but un unseen,
seen, unseen, forces. Their putative managers
are merely dummy directors, so to
speak, who probably do not realize
themselves that they are being used as
catspaws for Interests that see in the
election of Woodrow Wilson a menace
to their selfish and undemocratic pur purposes.
poses. purposes. That It should be necessary to make
such a combine as is alleged is a con confession
fession confession of Governor Wilson's strength.
If he shall be nominated it will be
the greatest victory over the allied
forces of machine politics and privileg privileged
ed privileged business ever achieved by a presi presidential
dential presidential candidate, for even William J.
Bryan has always had the party ma machine
chine machine with him, except in 1S0G, when
his nomination was brought about by
Statement by S. M. Inman, First Citizen
of Atlanta, Ga.
The following is from the Atlanta
Samuel M. Inman, by general con consent
sent consent accorded distinction as Atlanta's
first citizen, favors the nomination of
Woodrow Wilson as Democracy's cham champion
pion champion for the presidency.
In the following unfettered state statement
ment statement of his position the gentleman
who has done at least as much as any
other man in the city's history for At Atlanta's
lanta's Atlanta's advancement and betterment
comes out clearly and strongly and em emphatically
phatically emphatically for Mr. Wilson's candidacy:
Editor Atlanta Journal:
Dear Sir I am very earnestly in favor
of Hon. Woodrow Wilson as the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic candidate for the presidency. As a
Princeton man I am somewhat familiar
with his career as president of the uni university,
versity, university, in which he displayed such qual qualities
ities qualities of administration ind exercised such
a splendid Influence on the lives of the
young men.
As governor of New Jersey he has shvwn
superb statesmanship In redeeming the
state from bossism and political corrup corruption.
tion. corruption. If elected he would give the country the
strongest and purest administration we
have had for many years.
I have known Governor Wilson for many
years. I knew his father before him. and
when Governor Wilson was a boy his fa father
ther father was my pastor at one time. I knnvr
and admire the wife of Governor Wilson,
who was raised In Rome, Ga. She la em eminently
inently eminently fitted to grace the White House.
As to clean, high character and consci conscientious
entious conscientious Integrity Governor Wilson's life
is an open book. He has been charge!
with being a foeTo business. To illegiti illegitimate
mate illegitimate business he Is a permanent foe, to
legitimate business a stanch friend.
If the national and state governments
could break away from the rule of pro professional
fessional professional politicians and place in power
men of the Wilson type we would have a
great era of prosperity and upright gov government.
ernment. government. Yours very truly,
3. M. INMAN.
The Man Taft Can Beat.
Well, if President Taft could beat
anybody it would be Champ Clark.
Pittsburgh Press.
Cook your next roast tn a paper Tasr,
and get the bag from the Post Offioe
Drug Store. 25c the package.

i rr 1 ii i 1 i

Governor XV
R, F, Beaslay, Prominent Editor,
Gives Strang Reasons.
Editor of the Monroe (N C) Journal.
A dozen years ago Judge Walter 11
Neal sent me a book by Woodrow Wil
son, which was my first acqualntaui-e
with this student and statesman. The
clearness of statement and the vigor of
the ideas of that book marked, to mj
mind, the work of a inau who was
some day to be a great force in this
country Since then I have been u
Wilson man. only waiting the time
when the circumstances and the de demands
mands demands of democracy should press into
service the master character that was
then in the course of preparation Km
ersou said that the world would sooner j
or later make a beaten track to the
door of the man who knew and did
well his job. no matter what that work
might be nor what the situation of the
Cradled in the pure ideals of south
ern Anglo-Saxon democracy. Woodrow
Wilson has all his life been a profound
student of the science of government
and the principles of real democracy,
and it is not singular that a man of
this type, having had the rare oppor
tunity of developing his administra administrative
tive administrative and practical abilities in the man
n cement of a erreat university, where
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oodrotv XVilson
he was called upon to Bght a tremen
dous battle tn behalf of practical de
1 1 ioc racy against intrenched privilege as
Insistent for advantage as it Is in the
government of the United States,
should be revealed to the world as the
master mind In the interpretation and
application of the democracy that Is
to.lay struggling to throw off the band
ages that privilege and shortsighted shortsightedness
ness shortsightedness have fastened upon this great
democratic lanu literally while It slept
That he Is the master of his job, mas
terful in ideas and ignorant of the
mere phrasings and bickerings of poll
ticians. explains why the heart of de de-mocru'ey.
mocru'ey. de-mocru'ey. burdened today as never be before
fore before with the longing for light and
leadership, has turned universally to
this man of the hour.
In the light of the1 breadth, the depth,
the understanding and the sympathy
of a man like Woodrow Wilson the
efTort to" tag any man "southern,"
western" or "northern" seems puerile.
The problems of democracy are not
sectional Indeed, only in a narrow
sense--iiational they are worldwide
The man whose vLsion Is too lim limited
ited limited to see this Is no democrat
at all. only a partisan, and because
Woodrow Wilson 19 such a man the
darts nnd slings of petty welfare have
fallen harmlessly from his armor and
the sun of his democracy day by day
penetrates deeper and deeper the re recesses
cesses recesses of the country. These are the
fundamental reasons why I am for
Woodrow Wilson.
The next reason Is that he is the only
man who aa win No man with a lo local
cal local tag cau ride the gale in the coming
crisis The current of rising democ democracy
racy democracy is too strong and deep to be di
verted Into sluice gates and stagnant
pools The people will not be divert diverted
ed diverted If they can't get the genuine ar
ti' le that Wilson stands for they will
grasp at the shadow in the form of
Theodore Roosevelt With the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic banner in the hands of a real
champion it will make little difference
whether the Republicans nominate the
progressive counterfeit Roosevelt or
the genuine standpat Taft
The battle today is for equality
asrainst privilege, not for party against
party, section against section or parti partisan
san partisan against partisan, and the people
will follow only that leader whose
face is set toward the citadel and not
on the retiring skirmish line. The
man and the occasion have met. The
opportunity of the Democratic party
consists in its ability to recognize the
Ilarrisburg (Pa.) Patriot: "Hon.
James O'Corman, who left the bench
of the supreme court of New York to
become a senator of the United States,
shows political acumen when he ex expresses
presses expresses the opinion that Woodrow Wil Wilson
son Wilson could carry New York and by a
l;irer majority than any other man
who h is leen mentioned for the De
ocratie nomination for president."
Corsicana (Tex.) Sun: "Looks as
th ugh the more fight made against
Governor Wilson the stronger his sup support
port support grows Covernor Wilson knows
the political game as well as those
v.-ho are in it with him."
Iir-dentown (Fla.) Herald: "United
Sta:es Senator N. I Bryan has declar declared
ed declared .'-r Woodrow Wilson for president.
Senator liryan doesn't make any grand
stun.l plays, but his sympathies are
with bis constituents."
Montrose (Colo.) Enterprise: "The
Democratic party will make a grave
mistake if it fails to place Woodrow
Wilson at the head of its national
ticket a mistake which will more than
likely cost it the presidency."

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Clttinger & Carroll Proprietors.
B. R. Carroll, Huslness 3tanager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
X. Woodrow Wilson.
X, Chas. E. Jones.
II. C. Sparkman.
William Hocker.
Claude 1Engle.
Royal C. Dunn.
X.- 6- M. Sparkman.
X. J. E. Alexander.
A. J. Angle.
Montcalm j Broward.
Frank Harris.
Hayes H. Lewis. -George
G. Mathews.
Wayne Thomas.
W. K. Ze wad ski.
Missouri republicans have Instructed
their delegates to the national conven convention
tion convention to vote for Roosevelt.
Pastor Russell says the world will
come to an end by 1916, possibly by
J915. If we had made as much money,
and made It as easily, as Pastor Rus Russell,
sell, Russell, we would set the date back to
1920 at least. But a man with plenty
of coin can have lots of fun in four
Meagre reports from Jackson, Kiowa,
Washita and Canadian counties In
southwestern Oklahoma indicate that
"probably a score of persons were kill killed
ed killed and a number injured Saturday
when a tornado swept northward from
the Texas-Oklahoma border through
several towns and a dozen or more
farming settlements and villages.
Compared with the other prominent
vlctlms of the Titanic disaster, little
notice has been given on this side of
the water to William T. Stead. And
yet Stead was one of the world's
greatest Journalists, and his work will
live In the minds and records of men
long after names of all the others lost
on the fateful morning of April 15 are
"If the United States Intervenes In J
Mexico every person of white skin and
light hair, irrespective of his being an
American, will be shot to death or tor tortured."
tured." tortured." was the statement of Frank J.
Hromadko, a refugee from Chapachala,
Mexico, a small town on the Guate Guatemalan
malan Guatemalan border, who recently arrived in
Mobile by steamer from Livingston,
Guatemala, being afraid to cross Mex Mexico
ico Mexico on account of the conditions there.
One of the flimsiest of the fairy
stories that Mr. Phillips has told is
that Mr. Sparkman owes his chairman chairmanship
ship chairmanship of the rivers and harbors commit committee
tee committee to Frank Clark. We all know
mighty well if that or any other good
thing had been at the disposal of
Frank, he would have grabbed it off
for himself.
There Is one man. among several
million others, who does not believe
Underwood has any chance to become
president, and that man Is Oscar W.
Underwood, who has accepted the re re-nomination
nomination re-nomination for congressman In his
district.' The astute Oscar believes
that a bird in the hand is worth a
whole covey in the shrubbery.
There are some good men running
for the office of congressman at large.
but Claude LKngle is tne only one wno
has ever sacrificed his private interests
to any great extent for the public
good.'Twice has he almost bankrupt bankrupted
ed bankrupted himself rather than abstain from
telling what he believed to be the truth
about public affairs. That he has been
truthful as well as brave proves itself
like a problem in Euclid. If the stories
he has been printing about public mat matters
ters matters and public men had been mere
sensation, he would have been in the
penitentiary for criminal libel long
A mountain near the South Pole, the
tallest and in the words of Amundsen,
the most beautiful in the south polar
range. Is to bear the name of an Am American
erican American woman, MrS. Ruth Gade, whose
husband Is an architect of New York
City. When he was last in this coun country
try country Amundsen was the guest at the
home of Mr. Gade, from whom he re received
ceived received substantial contributions for
his expedition.
The Florida advocates of the "bull
whip ticket" are strenuously using the
fact that Hon. Oscar W. Underwood is
staying right on his job and indus industriously
triously industriously sawing wood Instead of tak taking
ing taking the field in the interests of his
candidacy. Of course he is. He knows
that seriously he Is not a candidate;
that he is being used only as a sub subterfuge;
terfuge; subterfuge; that he Is not mentioned as a
possibility in more than six states.
"Why shouldn't he "stay on the job"
when there Is no one asking him to
leave it. Plant City Courier.
Why. indeed?
W. L. Percy, an '.Atlanta man,-who

- .ftr i
nnrth avntU th following irom nis
system; which ought to maite tsaron
Munchausen turn over in his grave:
"Nine out of, every-ten republicans
think Underwood would make a good
president, and of those nine the ma
jority are ready to vote for him
course there are not a few who always
vote the straight republican ticket."
Mr. Voter, it Is quite possible that
during his sixteen years service Mr.
Sparkman has done something that
you do not approve of, but you must
admit that Sparkman will be worth
more to the first district and" Florida
than Mr. Phillips can hope to be for
years. Then vote for Congressman
Sparkman. Leesburg Commercial.
The foregoing is sensible advice
from a sensible paper.
The voters of Florida could do no
better than to select Editor Frank
Harris as one of the delegates to the;
national convention, itegaraiess or nis j
own opinion he would obey the in-j
structlons of the people as expressed s
In the primary. Leesburg Commercial
The Star hopes that Uncle Frank
will lead the ticket in Marion. A pres president
ident president happens only once In four, years,
but a neighbor and friend we have
with us always.
The Underwood papers are full of
claims of what their candidate has
done, and they want to know what
Wilson has done. If you will examine

has just returned from a trip thru thefdelphia. whose politics is republican, is

the public records of the two men,
you will find that Mr. Underwood has

done no more than any other one of a
couple of hundred democratic con congressmen,
gressmen, congressmen, whose most shining feats
up to date have been the introduction
and passage of bills in the House of
Representatives that have been killed
In the Senate or vetoed by the presi
dent. If you will examine the record
of Wilson, you will find that as gov governor
ernor governor of ew. Jersey he has aided by
his influence the enactment j into the
laws of that state of many measures
that have been of solid good to the
people. No doubt that Underwoods
intentions are good. But his score so
far is mostly made up of goose eggs.
About two years ago. the physicians
of this city instructed the newspapers
to refrain .from mentioning their
names in connection with professional
affairs that Is, in giving an account
of the sickness, accident or death of
any person, to say nothing of the
physician or physicians in charge of
the case.
These instructions were based on. the
principle that a physician should not
advertise, and that to mention him in
connection with a case was a form of
advertising. The Idea was strictly
ethical; and the Star thinkU it is almost
too ethical to be practical from a
newspaper standpoint.
Nearly all the physicians of Ocala
are men of long residence and estab
lished reputation. It is very little ad
vertising to any one of them to say he
is connected with a case, but it is very
Interesting and important news to the
friends of the patient, particularly if
they live at a distance, to know who is
in charge of it.
The Star respectfully recommends
the Ocala physicians to call in their
instructions on this point. It will
promise to confine mention of their
connection with a case to the simple
announcement of their names. It
would be glad to give them any free
advertising it could, as it knows they
all do a great deal of work that is
paid ror; hut It doesn t tninK on tne
one hand that they need it, and on the
other hand It knows its readers are in interested
terested interested from a news standpoint.
As long as the Star may not mention
the names of local physicians, It will
not give the names of the occasional,
specialists who come here to perform
;dlfficult operations. It is really adver-
tistnsT' for them, and besides some of
our Ocala men have as difficult opera operations
tions operations to their credit as any performed
by the specialists; and if the world is
not, to be told about their work, it will
not!be told about the work of anyone j
else, so far as this paper is concerned.
A phone message from Brooksville at
3 p. m. announced the severe illness of
Prof. A. M. C. Russell.
The Star will begin In a few days
the publication of Morgan Robertson's
story, "The Wreck of the Titan." It is
a wonderfully prophetic piece of fiction
written fourteen years ago and then
published in book form, of the wreck
of the Titan, the world's largest and
most palatial vessel.
The Titan, supposed to be unsinka unsinka-ble
ble unsinka-ble .and indestructible, is wrecked by
an Iceberg along the northern lane
route of the Atlantic. The wreck oc occurs
curs occurs in about the same place that the
Titanic disaster occurred, and there
are not sufficient lifeboats and rafts to
take off the wrecked passengers and
the greater part of 2000 souls aboard
the Titan are lost.
There are many other remarkable
and startling coincidences between the
wreck of the Titan, the largest steam steamship
ship steamship of the world of fiction, and the
wreck of the Titanic, the largest
steamship of the material world.
This story will attract universal in interest
terest interest at this time when the Titanic
disaster is uppermost in the mind of
jthe entire world
Aside from its remarkable nrouhetic
character, the story has considerable
merit and interest, and will be enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed by fiction lovers generally.
Pnnclilur tho fflllilivinf from the

T , ..11.. i,.f.i"As man may; he fought his fight.
lakeland Telegram carefully before .... ....

you vote tomorrow: "For congress congressman
man congressman in our own district we are forced
to "believe it would be unwise at this
time to retire Hon. S. M. Sparkman. He
has reached the point where he can be
of greatest service to the district a
point which it would take any new
j man, however able, at least twenty
1 years to attain, if, indeed, he ever
reached it. It causes us something of
a struggle to decide thus, for we have
the highest personal regard for Mr.
Phillips, and the most exalted opinion
of his sincerity and honesty of pur purpose.
pose. purpose. Mr. Sparkman. however, un unquestionably
questionably unquestionably can secure benefits for
this district which no new, unseasoned
member of Congress could hope to ob obtain;
tain; obtain; and it does not look like good
policy to throw away these substan
tial benefits which Dy years or ser service
vice service Mr. Sparkman has equipped him himself
self himself to gain for his constituents."
The esteemed Times-Union seems to
be dreadfully in need of Information
as to where Wilson stands on the j
tariff. If the Times-Union will search
its own files, and It, won't have to
search them very closely, it will find
where Wilson has. repeatedly declared
himself in favor of a tariff for revenue
onlv. So far as Wilson is concerned.
the Times-Union's editorial page is a,
delirium of misstatement.
Owen Wister. the author, of Phila-
now Visiting irienas in navainmii. ne
thinks the democrats have
onnortnnitv thev have had since

Blaine was nominated by the republi- we tender the assurance of our heart heart-cans
cans heart-cans in 1881. "Not onlv have the re-!f?l sympathy in the loss of that which
publicans failed to keep their cam-! cannot be replaced : the loving presence

paign pledges and their tariff posi-
Hon is Indefensible but in other ways'

h.. ,.i-lo,l tv, miVr9t xvithiior tne oiessmgs ul innnne ioe upon

excellent camnaisn material." said Mr.
Winter. "And the democrats have sev-
eral excellent men mentioned as possi-!
bllities. The present
is certainlv a
golden opportunity for the democrats
and if they make a botch of it they
will have only themselves to blame."
There is severe criticism of the cap- j
tains of the Californian and the Mount
Temple because they did not drive j
their ships full speed thru a sea :
swarming with bergs to the help of j
the Titanic. If the captain of the Ti- j
tanic had been as careful of his ship!
and passengers as the captains of the j
Californian and Mount Temple were oi
theirs, the acefdent would not have
Eugene Baxter, alias Eugene Nelson,
and Tom White, two negroes of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, were found guilty of the
murder of Simon Silverstein in that
city March 2. the verdict of the jury
being rendered at 8:30 p. m. Saturday
at St. Augustine in the circuit court in
jand" for St. Johns county. meet Thursday evenlns


A young white man by the name of
George Rowell, about 22 or 23 years
of age, was drowned in Simmons Pond
a few miles from Citra, yesterday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, while in bathing with half a
dozen companions. Mr. Rowell lived
with his parents on Church street, in

un-,Citra; Thft boJ was not recovere(1

till 7 o'clock in the evening. While
not very large the pond is quite deep.
The Rowell family is a most excellent
one and the young man was well
thought of and had many friends in
and about Citra. His sister is one of
county teachers. The Star extends
sympathy to the Sorroving family.
Prof. J. II. Brinson In a forceful
statement puts to flight the political
criticisms and rot circulated and eal-
culated to win voters from him. Rea-
sonable people can see through all
this and vote for Brinson who has
made a faithful and efficient school
superintendent. Summerfield Chroni Chronicle.
cle. Chronicle.
IteMolu Horn of ReKuert ami Love front
UlektMon Chapter, I I). C.
Realizing our loss in the death of
our esteemed friend and fellow citizen,
we as members of Dickison Chapter, do
offer the following:
Resolved, That we appreciate the
friendship of him who so long- lived
amongst us. We honor and rever the
noble, gallant soldier. He faithfully
served his country and by his intellect,
zeal and uprightness in those things
which make life complete won many
friends whose lives are better from
having known him, and stronger to
meet the conflict of future years;
Resolved, That we in the community
in which he lived lament his departure
as an actual bereavement, and that we
will always cherish his memory, and
that we will endeavor as far (as lieth
in us) to emulate his virtues and em embody
body embody his characteristics in our own
Resolved, That we express our ten ten-derest
derest ten-derest sympathy and condolence to his
deeply bereaved family and commend
them to the loving care of our Father
above, who in His infinite wisdom
"doeth all things well";
Resolved, That a copy of these pre preambles
ambles preambles and resolutions be spread upon
the minutes of the U. D. C, a copy be
sent to the family of the deceased, and
a copy be sent to each of the local pa papers
pers papers for publication.
Proved his truth by his endeavor;
Let him sleep in solemn night night-Sleep
Sleep night-Sleep forever and forever."
Mrs. R. R. Carroll.
Miss Josie Williams,
Mrs. H. B. Clarkson.
Mrs. I.en Dozier,
To the Family of the Lnte Col. .1.
Whereas, It has pleased our Father
in Heaven to call unto Himself the soul
of our friend, anil to end his long and
useful life here. by the summons.
"Friend, come up higher!"; therefore,
be it
Resolved, That submitting to the
Divine will, as the children of God
must, we still have it as our privilege
to sorrow for our friends, even as the
Master wept at the tomb of him
whom He loved; and so we "sorrow for
the upright man. the genial companion,
the loyal friend, whom we shall see no
more in the flesh.
Resolved. That to his bereaved wife.
a member proven ami true m our loveu
; association of the Daughters of the
: eomeueracy. anu one 01 our state ice
! presidents, our hearts
sisterly sympathy
and love.
j walk with her in spirit, as she passes
l through the shadows of her sore be-
i reavement. and would fain comfort her
s r comfort were po-sinie; out at least
i ...
I 1 i K a F . . 1 t-i i ,t 7 1 )

the bestiwhieh tells of companionship.

Resolved. That to her children also.
iamu. ami a.- n.e v,IC
j Healer will in tenderness pour Me oil
wine of his peace, into the wounds
' ,lls n uaui pei u:n iru, .m' ir uun
His stricken children the comforting
sustaining of "The Everlasting Arms."
Resolved. That a copy of these reso-
lutions shall be sent to the family, and
that publication of them shall be ask asked
ed asked of the Florida Times-Union, the
Ocala Ranner and Ocala Star, and of
the Orangeburg. S. C. paper.
Sister Esther Carlotta.
President Florida Division. I
D t'
Alice Stone Henry.
Recording Secretary Florida. Divis Division
ion Division U. D. C. (For the Division).
Water In the Desert.
Tapp, the English naturalist, who
has explored the mountain ranges of
the Malay peninsula, reports the fact,
not generally known, that in several
species of bamboo the hollow inter inter-nodes
nodes inter-nodes the parts of the stems between
the joint? are stored with large ruau ruau-tities
tities ruau-tities of naturally n!r?d water The
ksowle- e of this iart n:ight be cf
great sei vice in an er.u

Money lost is a total loss.
But a lost check is only a lost
slip of paper of no valuato a
chance finder. It can be
Thousands of dollars are
lost annually through care carelessness
lessness carelessness aud theft by persons
who have no bank account.
If you are one of these, the
Munroe tfc Chamblisa I5auk
urges you to deposit your
money here in the future, pay
all bills by clTpckj&nci thereby
protect yourself against need needless
less needless loss.
We supply bank book,
checks, etc.
I' nlted Stales P opt nl Savings Bank
(Dunnellon Advocate)
Marion county has never been rep represented
resented represented in a county office by a citizen
of this part of the county, no matter
how able a candidate may have offer offered
ed offered himself. This fact naturally
brought our people to a pitch where
they agitated county division, as they
had a right to feel that "taxation
without representation" was contrary
to a square deal, and being filled with
the patriotic spirit of our forefathers,
the kick for county division followed.

lucre is scarcely a man in tnis partjpeople as circuit court clerk. He has
of the county but who feels a feeling 1 always treated everv citizen of the

in his heart that Judge William M.
Gober should be elected to the office
of county judge.
Gober is the bet qualified of the
two candidates beyond any doubt, lie
is able and efficient, and we who
know him as he is not known by
strangers, know that justice, without
fear ir favor, will emanate from an
administration by him. Though Judge
Gober is a resident and citizen of Ocala,
his friends in this end of the county
know him best and call to the voters
in all parts to lend their best efforts
and show the west end your heart is
with us in the matter of our county
We plead with you. people, because
we know, as God knows in Heaven
tnat after you cast your ballot for W.
M. Gober you will have no cause to
regret or in the slightest way, feel
any other than that you have done
your duty like a man.
Judge Gober has been the most
maligned man in the present county
campaign. Slanderous lies have been
circulated by those who have no re regard
gard regard for a man's character. Judge
Gober has only mildly refuted these
malicious statements as falsehoods,
thereby showing the Virtues of his
daily life, and maintaining cleanliness
in his campaign.
lint we take it upon ourselves, peo people,
ple, people, by the help of the Eternal God
above, to brand the reports defaming
Judge Goiter's character. as willful
arid malicious lies that are unprova unprovable.
ble. unprovable. Vote for the man who has made the
most creditable campaisrn Marion coun county
ty county has ever seen and the man who the
west end of the county is supporting
jto a man- W M. Gober. anl thus you
will allay that feeling among our cit
izens of 'taxation without representa
Voters of
to office
Marion Con tit y:
duties that have to
be t:iKrn
t o m a k e
win !., n
are of. I have not been able
a d canvass
i rubers of you w
arid there
iom I shall
vt have an opportunity to see.
. i have no campaign manager nor
tired canvassers.
If yo-i fet-1 that '.lie school interests
if t lie county woul 1 be bfst served by
:.' in :n g me in the office of super-nundt-nt.
I would beirtily anpre-i-'ftf-
yo'ir support.
;'! this 1 leave ;:e matter in your
hands trusting your
s-nse "f iu-th-e to i
i the wise
proper thing.
Very respei-tf ully yours.
J. H. Brinson
When in Jacksonville stop w
K. I Malonev. at the Girard.
:h Mrs.
No. 1 1
East Duval street, just oft Main.
75c. room in the city.


In very few towns in this or any
other state is the spirit of Christian
fellowship between churches of differ different
ent different denominations more pronounced
than in Ocala, and that spirit was very
much in evidence last night when every
church in the city closed its doors for
the purpose of attending In a body the
Baptist church, attesting thereby their
appreciation of Rev. J. D. Chapman
both as a man and minister of the gos gospel,
pel, gospel, it being his farewell sermon be before
fore before leaving to take up work In Green Greenville.
ville. Greenville. S. C.
Mr. Chapman took for his text the
words of Paul to Timothy when he
said "Remember Jesus." During his
j short discourse he dwelt but little on
his own personal work or the fact that
this was his farewell to his people, but
urged on all present to take fne advice
of Paul and remember Jesus.
Rev. W. 11. Coleman of the Chrisitan
church took part in the exercises and
at the close of the sermon spoke a few
words of farewell, voicing the senti sentiments
ments sentiments of the people at the loss to the
church and the city of Rev. Chapman
and commending him to the people
among whom he was about to live.
Rev. J. B. Levi pastor of the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist church, also spoke most eloquent eloquently
ly eloquently along the same line.
Mr. Chapman has endeared himself to
the whole community. During the
seven months of his pastorate there
have been forty-five additions to the
membership, an increase of twenty-five
per cent per annum, and during that
time he has raised for church lot, con convention,
vention, convention, missions, etc., about $6,000,
this amount being outside the amount
for current expenses. He has also be become
come become personally acquainted with his
people by visiting every member whose
name is on the church books, some of
them, where comfort or consolation
was needed, he has visited many times,
and his attachment for his people is
so strong that only a plain duty to
himself and family permits him to
sever his connection with the church.
(Dunnellon Advocate)
At present Marion county is blessed
by having a circuit court clerk who
is beyond question efficient, faithful
and accommodating. A man who is
recognized by every person In the
county as a thorough Christian gentle gentleman,
man, gentleman, worthy of all the good things
that can be said or written concern concerning
ing concerning him.
S. T. Sistrunk has for years and
years been the servant of his home
county with the greatest respect and
cleverness and accommodation, no
matter who lie was or what part of
the county he came from, and people,
you all know that Sistrunk will con continue
tinue continue to treat you right, and will do
so gladly.
Now that you are called upon to
show that you appreciate his service
and accommodation he has rendered
you, it is your duty to return him
with all the vigor and vigilance with within
in within your power.
Search all the counties of the state
and you'll not find another circuit
court clerk like Sistrunk. True to ev every
ery every trust of his people; the same con congenial
genial congenial person every time you meet
him; always has a good word for his
fellow citizens. Vote against such a
man! May God Almighty forbid such a
calamity. For no less would it be than
calamity and political suicide. On the
contrary, we shout with all our might,
vote for Sistrunk and may he live
long and continue the same good ser service
vice service he is doing his people, and after
his work is done an angel of glory
from Paradise will come and write on
hiuh his glorious name and guide him
to a throne among the blessed.
To the tax payers of Marion county:
Mr. 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 is commendable and all hard hard-handed
handed hard-handed sons of toil who are sorely
pressed for money that our taxes may maybe
be maybe paid should encourage the example
of Mr. Cobb by nominating him for
that which he aspires. The office is
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 com pensation. Mr.
Cobb is a desirable resident and is
most appreciated as a truly Christian
gentleman. 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 cow pen
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? Because of the
(exorbitant salaries paid them. To
j elect Mr. Cobb will mean the beginning
of a great and profitable saving to
the taxpayers and a revolution which
will have for its object the abolition
of the system and instead institute one
whereby reasonable salaries will be
paid officials. W. J. Willis.
Blitchton. Fla., April 24.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.


Xmm f All bat Coaatr Caatldatea
t be Yt4 April 3fr Am' X li
Before the Xuit of Each Wllao
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
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 States
Vote for one. .?
Oscar W. Underwood.
Woodrow Wilson.
For Presidential Electors Vote for
Jefferson B. Browne.
Jesse E. Burts.
J. Fred DeBerry.
Leland J. Henderson.
Charles E. Jones.
William Chlpley Jones.
A. XL McMillan.
Walter J. Singletary.
H. C. Sparkman.
F. iL IxomIs.
For Member National Democratic
Executive Committee Vote for
John T. G. Crawford.
William Hocker.
Eugene S. Mathews.
For Congress. State of Florida at
Large Vote for one:
Braxton Beacham.
Claude L'Engle.
George C. Martin.
J. Ed. O'Brien.
W. M. Toomer.
Albert M. Williamson.
For Governor of State of Florida
Vote for one:
Cromwell Gibbons.
William H. Milton.
Edward M. Semple.
Park TrammelL
John W. Watson.
For Justice of the Supreme Court
Vote for one:
J. B. Whitfield.
For Attorney General Vote for one:
Thomas F. West.
For State Comptroller Vote for one:
W. V. Knott.
For Secretary of State Vote for one:
H. Clay Crawford.
For State Treasurer Vote for one:
J. S. Griner.
J. Hamilton Jones.
J. C. Luning.
For State Superintendent of
Instruction Vote for one:
William M. Holloway.
A. M. C. Russell.
W. N. Sheats.
For Commissioner
of Agriculture-
Vote for one:
W. R. Dorman.
W. A. McRae.
For Railroad Commissioner Vote for
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 one:
Henry Curtis.
For Congress First
S. M. Sparkman.
Herbert S. Phillips
For Congress Second
Auditor Vote
District Vote for one, to be voted
for only in the Second Congres Congressional
sional Congressional District:
R. Hudson Burr.
Frank Clark.
S. J. Hilburn.
For Congress Third Distrdict Congres Congressional
sional Congressional District Vote for one, to
be for only In Third Congressional
W. W. Flournoy.
Dannitt H. Mays.
Emmett Wilson.
For Delegates to National Convention
State at Large Vote for six:
J. E. Alexander.
A. J. Angle.
Thomas J. Appleyard.
Montcalm Broward.
W. J. Bryan.
Frank E. Chase.
Dr. E. S. Chill.
Thomas A. Darby.
Charles E. Davis.
Herbert L. Dodd.
L. E. Dozier.
Albert W. Gilchrist.
Frank Harris.
N. H. (Monk) Harrison.
Lincoln Hulley.
John H. Ke?ne.
Edwin D. Lambrlght.
Hayes H. Lewis.
George G. Mathews.
Ed. Senior.
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.
Adrian P. Jordan.
Wayne Thomas.
W. K. Zewadskl.
When you vote for state treasurer In
the primary Tuesday, mark the ticket
He is now state treasurer and !s a
competent and capable officer.
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 the,coun-ty
ty the,coun-ty offices have spoken. L. W, Duval,
Chairman Executive Committee.
The Best of Life.
While of life Itself or of Its origin
or destiny we know but little, we do
know how we may have It abundantly
and make the most and best of it If
we do that, not only shall we have
done our entire duty, but we shall
have given ourselves the highest
present employment of which we are
capable, and we may be certain that
if there be a future for us beyond
these scenes of earth, such a life Is
the best preparation for it. The Cin
cinnati Enquirer
Notice is hereby given to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all other
persons having claims and demands
against the estate of Adelaide B.
Chisolm. deceased, to present said
claims duly proved to the undersigned
within one year from the date of the
first publication of this notice, to-wit:
Feb. 8th, 1912. Kate B. Howell.
As Administratrix Estate Adelaide B.
Oak. Fla.
The correct treatment for cuts,
burns, scalds, wounds, sores, lumbago,
rheumatism or neuralgia is BAL BALLARD'S
ing, healing, penetrating and antiseptic which
is everything that is needed to effect
a complete cure. Price 25c., 50c and
$1 per bottle. Sold by all druggists.

(Mrs. E.

Pt aide tfce Ueeaa
Maejr the sat aa the ether aiae
the east af ertase, the eaat af
ertr aad alekaeaa, aa4 tae dealt
Me U tea tlaiea greater taaa the
credit aide la aay Heeaae atate la
; the Ualea."
J A Oilman lata Kaaaaa Ledar
Figures may be uninteresting, .but
nen mey are studied careruuy iney
are more convincing than general
statements of facts. C. W. Trlckett.
- aonaiaui siiururj j?inpri ui
. ti.. au 1113 SUU1C99
on "Our Greatest -Enemy, as reported
in the Atchison Church- Visitor: A
saloon is either a good thing or a bad
thing. If it Is a good thing, the rec records
ords records of the state will show it. There
are 3.300.000 persons In Missouri and
1.690,000 in Kansas. If the saloon has
made more money for Missouri, your
cities shoruld show it in Improvements.
There are a number of cities in Mis Missouri
souri Missouri of more than 5.000 Inhabitants
without paved streets. I defy anyone
to find a city of 1.500 population In
Kansas which does not hare pared
streets and an electric light plant.
"A short time ago I got the records
of Jefferson City and found that the
tax' rolls showed the' total assessed
property In Missouri is $1,650,000,000.
.vain.aa, uric c uatC U1U piUU I-
bition for thirty years, the amount Is
12,750,000.000. In thirty years, from
the poorest state in the country. It
has come to be the richest. A few
years ago, during the panic Kansas
banks sent $50,000,000 to the East, but
Missouri did not send a dollar. Kan Kansas
sas Kansas has organized more banks in the
last five years than any other state.
In Missouri there is one motor car for
every 100 farmers, one of every thirty thirty-five
five thirty-five in Iowa, and one for every fire In
"Kansas has paid proportionately
twice as much for education as has
"One dollar and forty-eight cents
was the amount per capita spent by
Kansas for liquor in the last ten years,
while the figures in Missouri reached
"Think of it, in the last twenty
years it has spent $1,600,000,000 for li liquor
quor liquor an amount equal to its taxable
property. In that time Kansas has
spent but $50,000,000."
On March 27. little eight-year-old
Clyde Massey, of Tampa, was instantly
killed by an automobile driven by one
A. R. Cole, who it Is said, was under
the Influence of intoxicating liquor at
tne time or the accident ana was driv driving
ing driving his machine aat great speed. The
little fellow was standing against a
telegraph pole where he had evidently
gone for safety when Cole lost control
of the machine and it dashed into the
pole. We sometimes hear it said that
if you will let intoxicating liquor
alone, it will let you alone. It did not
let this Innocent little boy alone. It
did not let his mother whose heart is
broken by her loss, alone.'- Ask the
father of this little boy if he thinks
alcohol has let, his alone.: It is a fact
that it lets no one alone. Every per person,
son, person, in every community where it is
sold as a beverage, sooner or later
must feel Its sting.
The Cnre of Drink la he Called
Each minute, day and night, there
is spent for drink over $3,000. (60
minutes x 24 hours x 365 days x $3,000
equal $1.576,800.000 the estimate of
"The American Grocer, the recognized
authority, for 1910 is $1,599,000,000.)
Each six minutes, day and night,
there is born in the United States a
sweet and innocent boy or girl who
is destined to fill a drunkard's grave.
t0 minutes divided by 6 equal 10 x 24
hours x 365 days equal 87.600 a num number
ber number less than the best estimates of
deaths directly due to drink.) Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts No-License League.
There Is nothing of so little value in
the eyes of our lawmakers as our chil children.
dren. children. They have enacted laws for the
protection of all manner of four-footed
beats and the fowls of the air, but the
llttla t.n. A criol rt
themselves or go down Into the mael maelstrom
strom maelstrom of the liquor traffic.
We are coming more and more to
understand that environment Is a
greater factor in life; that it has more
to do with shaping the lives of men
than does heredity. The environment
created by the liquor traffic does more
to lower the moral standards of life
in the people than any other one cause.
For this reason alone, it is a public'
nuisance and a menace to any commu community.
nity. community. v
Mmiority tor Hobaaa
The liquor. Interests provided abund--ant
funds to defeat the nomination, as
Congressman from Alabama, of Rich-
! mond P. Hobson, who has proven such
a valiant foe to the "Great Destroyer,
but their efforts were In vain, the ma majority
jority majority for the "Hero of the Merrimae
being the largest ever given In this
Jane dan Say Sapreate Teat af Re Religion
ligion Religion la Soeletr'a Attltade
Taward Praatltatlaa
New York, April 27. Society's atti attitude
tude attitude toward prostitution was advanced
I as the supreme test of religion by
Jane Addams. the Hull House -philanthropist,
in a speech in Carnegie hall
today on The Church and the Social
Evil before the Men and Religion For Forward
ward Forward Congress.
"The supreme religious test of our
social order." said Miss Addams, "Is
the hldious commerce of prostitution.
The policy of treating the social erll
as a matter of contemptuous indiffer indifference.
ence. indifference. Miss Addams declared, had
fromed the ground work for political
"Prostitution protected by a thick
hedge of secrecy," she continued, "im "imperceptibly
perceptibly "imperceptibly renewing itself through
changing administrations. Is the one
point of malaad ministration, the un unbreakable
breakable unbreakable bank to which the corrupt
pjolitician may repair when in need of
funds. The corruption spreads until
the brothel, the saloon and the gam gambling
bling gambling den are the trio literally at the
base of the real administration of our
Notice is hereby given to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all other
persons having claims and demands
aeainst the estate of Albert L. Barber,
deceased, to present aid claims duly
proven to the under!srned within one
year from the date of the first publica publication
tion publication of this notice, to-wlt: January
30th. 1912. D. A. Sr-'th."
As Administrator Estate of Albert I
Barber, Deceased.
Ocala, Florida. Jan. 30. 1912.
Masons meet Thursday night



Candidate for
State Superintendent ol
In soliciting' your support for the
above named office, I do so after 36
years experience in school work In
Florida. During the time of this ser service
vice service I have endeavored to discharge
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 of our present public
school system.
Being an honor graduate of Emory
College. Georgia, and having passed
the required examinations for the
HIGHEST teachers' certificate obtain obtainable
able obtainable In Florida, with wtf yearn 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.


lh Chalice
of Courage

tks Sterr ef Ceriam FtnmWU

A Romance of Colorado
jQrthor of "The Rlan and tha Man,"
lThe UUd of Reaenetkboo." "fk.
Better Man." "Heart, and the Hiah Hiah-way."
way." Hiah-way." "A. the Spaik Fly Upbraid."
Hlostrations by Ellsworth Yosaz

er told nobody about It. an' I nevei
showed 'em to a single human bein
until I give em to Miss Maitland at
the camp."
. "Why not?" asked Kewbold, taking
the letters.
"There wasn't no good tellin nobody
then, jest fer the sake o' stirrin' up
"But why did you give them to her
at last?"
"Because I was afeered she might
fall in love with Armstrong. I -supposed
she'd know his writin', but Wen
she didn't I just let her keep 'em

anyway. I knowed it'd all come out

! somehow; there is a God above us in

spite of all the damned scoundrels on
earth like this 'un."
'"Are these letters addressed to my
dead wife?" asked Newbold.
"They are," answered Enid Main Mainland.
land. Mainland. "Look and see."


Yes, But Is It Right?
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right 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.
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The Becoming End.
"Why did you interfere?" asked
Newbold when at last he got his
breath again, of Maitland who still
held him firmly although restraint was
now unnecessary, the heat and fire of
his passion being somewhat gone out
of him. "I meant to kill him."

"He'd oughter die sure nuff," draw-1

led old Kirkby, rising from where he;
had been kneeling by Armstrong's i
side," but I don't know's how you're
bound to be his executioner. "He's all
right now, Miss Enid," said the old
man. "Here" he took a pillow from
the bed and slipped it under his head
and then extending his hands he lift lifted
ed lifted the excited almost distraught wo woman
man woman to her feet 'taint fittin' for you
to tend on him."
"Oh," exclaimed Enid, her limbs
trembling, the blood flowing away
from her heart, her face deathly white,
fighting against the faintness that
came with the reaction, while old
Kirkby supported and encouraged her,
"I thank God you came. I don't know
what would have happened if you had
"Has this man mistreated you?"
asked Robert Maitland suddenly, tight tightening
ening tightening his grip upon his hard breath
ing but unresisting passive prisoner.
"No, no," answered his niece. "He
has been everything that a man should
"And Armstrong," continued her
"No, not even he."
"I came In time, thank God!" ejacu ejaculated
lated ejaculated Newbold.
By this time Armstrong had recov recovered
ered recovered consciousness. To his other
causes for hatred were now added cha

grin, mortification, shame. He had
been overcome. He would have been
a dead man and by Newbold's hands,
if the others had not interfered. He
almost wished they had let his en enemy
emy enemy alone. Well, he had lost every everything
thing everything but a chance for revenge on
them all.
"She has been alone here with this
man in this cabin for a month," he
said thickly. "I was willing to take
her in spite of that, but
"He made that damned suggestion
before," cried Newbold, his rage re-


li SSi!:. Mil!!: I

Gourags and Skill Show His
Fitness Foi

Sank His Fingers Around the Other's

"And did Mr. Armstrong write
them?" j
"He'll deny it, I suppose," answered 1
"But I am familiar with his hand j
writing," said Maitland. i

President of North Carolina Coilog
Outlines Career of New Jersey Ex Executive
ecutive Executive and Declares He Is the Man
Who Will Get the Most Votes In the
Right States.
President of Guilford (N. C) College.
Governor Wilson's career has been
such as to reveal his powers both In Intellectual
tellectual Intellectual and administrative, and his
course a governor of New Jersey a
very difficult position to fill has been
so marked by courage and skill that
his fitness for the presidency came into

the rniuds of the people over the

country with the belief that a second
TiluVu had arisen.
This was no sudden bursting forth

of his powers, for the distinguished
scholar had risen In an orderly way.

step by step, to eminence and fame.
He was known to the world of schol

ars as a man who expressed and who

was expected to express in the clearest
possible terms the best sentiment and

the profoundest philosophy on all prob problems
lems problems of education and of educational

Interest in this country. His literary

productions in the way of American
history and his work "The State." usp1
as a textbook in many colleges, have
beu in a field of learning that will be
of the greatest use to him and the

country in case bp becomes president.

Clearness of Utterance.

Governor Wilson's intellectual Pene

tration is not surpassed by any man

Taking the still unopened packet j ,n bc fe Hnd hls power of ;pwn
from Newbold. he opened it, examined j j Hrceiy equaled In this country

one of the letters and handed them all

"There is no doubt about it,"
said. "It's Armstrong's hand,
swear to it."

"Oh, I'll acknowledge them," said
Armstrong, seeing the absolute futil

ity of further denial. He had forgot

1 Generally clearness of utterance fnl

I lows clearness of perception. Tbo fact
ne I that his work in life has been mainly

I d! In educational fields, so far from be

ing a hindrance, as some pretend to

think, must uecessarlly be belpful In

fitting him in the adjustment of means

to special ends. As president of

ten all about the letters. He had not i crent university and as governor of i

dreamed they were in existence.
"You've got me beat between you; the
cards are stacked against me. I've
done my damndest" and indeed that
was true.
(Continued Tomorrow)

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Candler. April 21. Rev. Albertson
and Rev. McKinley returned Saturday
from Kissimmee. where they attended
the Presbytery, which convened at
that place.
Miss Louise Albertson returned
Tuesday from a pleasant visit to rela relatives
tives relatives at "Weirsdale.
A number of young people from Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha attended services in the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Clark, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. Clark's sister, Mrs.
Ripley, left Monday noon for their
home in AVaverly, R. I., where they in intend
tend intend spending the summer and return
to their Southland home next fall.
Mrs. Dustin was shopping in Ocala
Dr. and Mrs. Rankin are entertain entertaining
ing entertaining their friend, Mrs. Wilson of Phil Phil-adelph
adelph Phil-adelph ia.
Mrs. M. Peach, who has been spend spending
ing spending tlie winter with Mrs. Pritchett.
left for Atlanta, Ga., Wednesday morn morning,
ing, morning, where she was called by the ill illness
ness illness of her father. Col. Rurnham.
Candler was well represented at the
cl.ising exercises of the Oklawaha "pub "public
lic "public school Tuesday evening.


could only swear
"It isn't necessary to swear any anything,"
thing," anything," answered Maitland serenely.
"I know this child, and I believe I'm
beginning to find out this man."
"Thank, you, Uncle Robert," said
Enid gratefully, coming nearer to him
as she spoke. "No man could have
done more for me than Mr. Newbold
has, and no one could have been more
considerate of me. As for you," she
turned to Armstrong, who now slowly
got to his feet, "your insinuations
against me are on a par with your
charges against the dead woman, be beneath
neath beneath contempt."
"What did he say about her?" asked
old Kirkby.
"You know my story?" asked New New-bold.
bold. New-bold. "Yes."
"He said that my wife had been un unfaithful
faithful unfaithful to me with him and that he
had refused to take her back. Great
"And It Teas true," snarled Arm Armstrong.
strong. Armstrong. It was all Maitland could do to
check Newbold's rush, but in the end
it was old Kirkby who most effectively
"That's a damned lie," he said quiet quietly
ly quietly with his usual drawling voice
"You can say so," laughed Arm Armstrong,
strong, Armstrong, "but that doesn't alter the

facts." j
"And I can," answered the j
old man triumphantly.
It was coming, the secret that she

had tried to conceal was about to be Those who put off using HalTs Tex

revealed, thought Enid. She made a
movement toward the old man. She
opened her mouth to bid him be silent
and then stopped. It would be use useless
less useless she knew. The determination
was no longer hers. The direction of
affairs had been withdrawn from her.
After all it was better that the unlov unloving
ing unloving wife should be proved faithful,
even if her husband's cherished mem memory
ory memory of her love for him had to be de destroyed
stroyed destroyed thereby. Helpless she list listened,
ened, listened, knowing full well what the old
frontiersman's next word would be.
"Prove it," mocked Armstrong.
"By your own hand, out of your own
mouth, you dog," thundered old Kirk Kirkby.
by. Kirkby. "Miss Enid, where are them let letters
ters letters I give you?"
"I I faltered the girl, but there
was no escape from the keen glance of
the old man; her hand went to the
bosom of her tunic.
"Letters," exclaimed Armstrong.
"What letters?"
"These,", answered Enid Maitland,
holding up the packet.
Armstrong reached for them, but
Kirkby again interposed.
"No, you don't," he said dryly.
"Them ain't for your eyes yet. Mr.
Newbold, I found them letters on the
little shelf where your wife first struck
when she fell over onto the butte
where she died. I figured out her

cress was lore open tnere, and them The new and handsome stare room,

letters she was carrying fell Out and roomy and modern plate glass front.

lodged there. We had ropes an' we Possession at once, and car. be fitted

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April 25. Mr-

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P.ucklev went to ,cala Monday

ult Ir. KiTity.

.uise Albertson's many friends
to see her here again,
.er of young people from here
the party at Suiitii Iike Weir
Mr. Kdwin Albertson and sis sis-Wir.nle.
Wir.nle. sis-Wir.nle. They report a fine

Miss L
I a re glad
i A mini'
a tended
' g i v e n i y
her. Miss
1 ( ime.

grfiit st a to be has bad a good field In

which to display iis executive ability

Mnnil courHge. The president of our

grtsit nation nwds to be man of th

utmost integrity of character, a man

whose Judgment In respect to right

and wrong has become keen by a life

of uprightness thnt Is so well known

that the people will know that when he

sneaks he means what he says. Clove-

land Is the shining example of this vir

tue In Aniericnn history. Governor
Wilson's public nnd private life leads
nie to believe lur possesses that sterling

integrity of chsi meter that would bf
the greatest possible relief to us in this

day of mcilljitioM and uncertainty In

respect to public utterances.
Ha Is Calm and -Thoughtful.

At this time, when we behold an as

pirant to the office of president who

several years ago declared in explici

and unmistakable terms that he would

under uo circumstances allow himself

to be considered a candidate and who

today in terms Just ns unmistakable

announces himself for a third term a

such a time it would be an infinite re

iief to have the opportunity of casting

a ballot for n man who Is calm ant

thoughtful hu(1 who cannot be moved
from the path oT simple honesty and
Integrity any more than tbe sun can

be turned from its course. Such
man I think Woodrow Wilson to be.

The controlling reason should be that,
all things considered. Governor Wilson

will be the strongest candidate the
DeintKrats can name that Is, the one

who will bo most likely to win the con

test for election. We are not by any

means to conclude that a nomination

means an election, and the great prob

lem for the Democrats now is to find

the man who will get tbe most votes

and get them in the right states In

my Judgment Governor Wilson has the

best prospect of success in case of nom

iuation for tbe simple reason that he is

well known to be u man of vast capa

MHMes. loth Intellectual and moral. He

can be depended upon more than any

other man in America at this'time to
say tbe right thing at the right time

and to follow his words by correspond

ing action.



When Yoim Find A TcczziS!?
In Your PcMicaH SycCsna
What's Iffiiis Amsweir?. -Why,
Cull mrOratt!
Listen to the made in Georgia colonel: "Such attacks as
have been, made on me I hare not stopped to answer for the -attacks
have been unworthy of attention," says W. M. Toomer,
the man who made big money puts up and PUTS UP FOR In
the desperate hope of fooling enough people into voting for
one of the stamped and branded PEONS, to stop CLAUDE
Well, the Colonel may not pay any attention to -what he calls
attacks consisting of the spreading of his unsanitary public
record. . v: .. .
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
His patron and 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 somie of the biiggest and
I am not fighting Toomer. He is a straw man not able to
stand alone.
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.
He is a Georgia lawyer who came to Florida about five
years ago. He got himself mentioned as candidate for mayor
of Jacksonville before he was entitled to register. He got
himself mentioned as candidate for. governor befor. he had
been in Florida two full years. He testified before the com committee
mittee committee of the Georgia legislature investigating the hill abolish abolishing
ing abolishing the convict lease system in 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
$175,000 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. WThen 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-Tallferro 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
the committee.
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.




Of the Republican Electors oi

Marion lounty, fioriaa

By 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, we the undersigned, quali qualified
fied qualified Republican electors residing In the County of Marion and State of
Florida, do hereby call upon the Republican electors of Marion County.
Florida, to assemble In mass meeting at Yonge's Hall in the city of
Ocala, on the 29th day of April, 1912, at 12 o'clock noon, for the pur purpose
pose purpose of electing six delegates and six alternates to attend the First Con Congressional
gressional Congressional 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 18th 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 Marion County, Fla.



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Sharpsburg- (Ky.) World. 1
Here are some of the reason
why the people like Governor
Woodrow Wilson, who ought to
b nominated for president by
the Democrats:
He is democratic.
Bslieves in the rule of the people.

Practices what he preaches.
Is mm enough to acknowledge
his mistakes. 4
Not afraid to change his mind.
Wears no man's coilar.
Broke the power of both polit political
ical political machines in New Jersey. T
Refused the aid of Wall street.
Declined to "play politics" with
Henry Watterson ?
Cannot be bought, bluffed or
Calls a spade a spade. T
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Casdidate for Congressoan-at Large
Hon Claude L'Engle, Jacksonville, Fla.
Dear Sir: Answering your inquiry a3 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 interest.",
terest.", interest.", 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
that 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 ia
behalf of "special interests." Yours truly,
President Florida Senate, 1909.
Tallahassee, Florida, April 19, 1912.

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To the Democratic Voters of Marion
Countj: t hereby announ.:-; myself a
candidate for representative from this
county to the next legislature, and so so-Hc't
Hc't so-Hc'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.

To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion 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.

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
lemocratic primary to be held on tht
10th day of April, and in so doing I am
iot 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
-?:pressed at J.he polls, should they see
ftt to honor me with the office. I shall
ondeavor 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
Tia of my sincere appreciation.
Respectfully submitted.
Wm. M. Gpber.

experience to make him a good asses assessor,
sor, assessor, 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 "arder to deserve it.
Alfred Ayer.

I hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of treasurer of Ma Marion
rion Marion county, subject to the rules of the
democratic party, and ask my friends
for their support. Respectfully,
Ocala. Fla. C. M. Livingston.

To the White Democratic Voters of
-arion County, Fla.: I hereby announce
my candidacy for re-election to the of office
fice office of connty 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 my 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 Marion county.
Very respectfully,
John M. Graham.

I am a candidate for county Judge of
Marion county, subject to the demo democratic
cratic democratic primaries. During the last

three years, while I worked as book book-j
j book-j keeper during the day, I studied law
) at night and January last I went be be-Ifore
Ifore be-Ifore the supreme court and was ex

amined upon twenty-three branches of

U American law (one of which was Am

erican 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-

! form all the duties of county judge,
i Now, my friends and fellow demo democrats,
crats, democrats, I ask you to take the trouble to
j inquire as to who and what I am, and,
j if from these inquiries, you are satis-
fled that I am competent and merit
j your support, I will appreciate your
, confidence and will, if elected to the
office of county judge, never betray
lyour trust. W. E. Smith.

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.


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 Marlon 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. 1
shall be grateful for your support.
Very respectfully yours.
J. H. Brlnson.

I am a candidate for county superin

tendent 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.
1 am confident I can Improve the
supervision of our county schools.
If you think so, vote for me.
P. Wilson Green.


I respectfully announce myself for
re-election to the office of county sur surveyor
veyor surveyor for Marion county, subject to
the action of the democratic primaries
of April 30. W. A. Moorhcad.


i 10 me uemncraiic voters or Marion i

i County: I announce myself as a can can-J
J can-J lidate 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
Vtarion county.
Trusting that my record has been
fuch that it will warrant your sup support
port support In the future, I am.
Yours very respectfully,
John P. Galloway.


To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion County: I hereby announce my-

iself a candidate for re-election to the

office of tax collector of Marion coun county,
ty, county, and I promise. If elected, to con continue
tinue continue to discharge the duties of said
office to the best of my ability.
Appreciating past favors and solicit soliciting
ing soliciting your support In the approaching

primary, I am. Yours very truly,

W. L. Colbert

Ocala ftlorthern-R. R.Co.
In Effect Sunday, March 31st, 1912


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Daily Except Sundays.
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Connects at Palatka with O. S. & F.. P. E. C. and A. C. L.
S. P. HOLUNRAKE, General Passenger Agent.
Ocala, Florida


To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County, Florida: I hereby announce
myself a. a candidate for county sur surveyor
veyor surveyor for Marion county, subject to the
democratic primaries, to be held on the
Suth day of April, 1912, and respectful respectfully
ly respectfully solicit the support of the people of
Mai iun county. Yours truly,
R. W. Ferguson.


I hereb.- announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of supervisor of
registration of Marion county, subject
to the action of the democratic party.
1 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.


Iowa's Greaiesi Democrat Urges
His llominaiioa


To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
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.

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.
j iii i

To my friends who supported me in
the campaign of two years ago, I ex extend
tend extend thanks, and with the best of feel feeling
ing feeling toward those who expressed their
preference otherwise, I agam respect respectfully
fully respectfully present my name to you as a can candidate
didate candidate for the office of tax assessor for
Marion county.
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

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.


At the request of many voters in the
precinct, 1 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 Marion 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 hi3 county
during the second term of office on the
board of dounty commissioners, than Is
possible during his first term. I ask
the voters for their support and prom promise
ise promise tho people to put my best efforts
into the administration of this Import Important
ant Important office. Respectfully.
C. (Ed) Carmlchael.

I wish to announce to the 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 w'll
be appreciated and If I am elected I
will promise you to do my full duty as
a commissioner. R. B. Meffert.

Accurate hsuilding Plans, Blue Prints
nd Specifications made. Lands Sur Sur-reyed
reyed Sur-reyed and Platted. Close Estimates
pade on Erection of Buildings of any
character by contract or on commis commis-lion
lion commis-lion basis, vvnte or consult me at
.Vorthveeat Corner Ocala House Block

Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

His Emotionalism Betrays Him Intc
Extravagance, as In His Reciprocity
Speech Governor Wilson's Intellss Intellss-tuai
tuai Intellss-tuai Strength His Record as an Ex Executive.
ecutive. Executive. By "Hon. F. E. WHITE.
"Iowa's Greatest Democrat. Three
Times Party's Candidate For
"Written for Dubuque Telegraph-Herald!
It is entirely safe to say that the in
dividual voters of the United States
are at this time doing more downrlh
clear thinking than they ever did at
any period of time preceding a press
dentin! election. The absence of par
ty rancor, the constantly diuiin'shiti
power of party prejudice and the gen
eral willingness to welcome refornwi
tory measures and give these right
way make up a situation such as tb
present generation has not witnessed.
What then, in viw of these excei?
tionably favorable conditions, is tin
primary duty of Democrats? Simp!
this: Dold fast with the faith and
of the crusader to the traditions and
principles that have given the Demo
era tic party its present prestige and
power. Suffer no abatement of that
spirit of devotion to what is just ami
right that has characterized our con
duct in the past. Prevent the Itepub
llcanization of the Democratic part,
and nominate for the presidency tht
man whose mental and moral equip
ment will inspire confidence in that
vast throng of Independent voters thai
now holds the balance of power.
In the very nature of things it will
be impossible for Republicans to re
form their shattered ranks. The vacil
lating tactics of President Taft and
the amazing stunts enacted by that
man Theodore, while amusing lo Demo
crats, are positively disgusting to thon
sands of level headed, conscientious
Republicans. The annexation of thi.

large class of Republican voters to the
Democratic column that is marching
Tinder the banner bearing the immortal
inscription, "Equal rights to all. spe
cial privileges to none." will make De Democracy
mocracy Democracy invincible next Novemler
From among the prominent Demo
crats who are feverishly struggling for
the mighty but elusive prize of the
nomination which one of them ought
the Democrats of Iowa to select for
their support? Without fear or hesi hesitation
tation hesitation I answer Woodrow Wilson.
A president should not be an emo emotional
tional emotional creature; he should not be im impulsive;
pulsive; impulsive; he should not be erratic; he
should avoid being spectacular; he
should be so built that lie could be
neither a hypocrite nor a moral delin delinquent;
quent; delinquent; he should be a philosopher, a
lover of a ud a searcher for the truth
that are eternal. Under all the trying
circumstances which beset the office a
president should carry himself erect
and dignified. Among his indispensa indispensable
ble indispensable assets should be a fund of knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of human history and human na nature
ture nature to enable him to dissect a propo
sition. to analyze a problem and to
formulate hu idea and a sound judg judgment.
ment. judgment. We Lave abundant evidence thai
Governor Wilson measures up to all
these fundamental requirements. His
Iii story as an educator, a scholar, a lo
;:ician; his reeord as an executive, han handicapped
dicapped handicapped as he has been in the gover governor's
nor's governor's office by ordeals of the most for formidable
midable formidable character all these discover
to us the man who admirably tits into
the present emergency. His superior
intellectual strength will add prestige
to the Democratic cause and will bring
thousands of recruits from among the
educated class of our people.
Iowa Democrats will indorse Wood
row Wilson or Champ Clark. Not in
the slightest do I wish to belittle the
many good qualities of our neighbor
on the south, but I must be accorded
the right to ask, DOES CHAMP
MENTS REQUIREMENTS above enumerated? All fair
minded men must concede that Clark
is handicapped by at least one funda fundamental
mental fundamental weakness that is. his lack of
a disciplined mind. His fatal mental
defect is his inability to restrain him himself,
self, himself, to maintain his equilibrium. He
is of an emotional nature, and his emo
tionalism warps his judgment and be
trays him into extravagant and Im
prudent deeds and declarations which
were he president, having to deal with
uice. delicate questions (such, for In Instance,
stance, Instance, as foreign relations), might
piove disastrous. Mr. Clark has given
us recently an object lesson, so to
speak, of this unfortunate weakness of
his. In a public speech delivered be before
fore before the reciprocity treaty was voted
ou in Canada Clark declared he want
ed to see the stars and striies float
over the whole North American con
tinent. This unfortunate, inopiorcun
Imprudent declaration of the sjeaker
of the bouse was distorted, exaggerat
ed. misinterpreted and misapplied bj
the Canadians to the point of creating
considerable friction and an unfriendly
international feeling.
This experience should have taught
Clark a lesson, but it did not. Yield
ing to his emotionalism soon after the
treaty had been voted down in Canada,
he made a second crack even worse
than the first.

The Miami Metropolis vcnts lo S2e:
Claude L'Engle
With his fearless tongue, his unswerving loyalty to the
common people, his aggressive attitude toward despotism and
crooked dealings In public life
(Editorial from the Miami Metropolis)
Some one nas 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 or
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, go to Washington
as Florida's first congressman from the state-at-large.
Col. Wm. M. Toomer would never serve the best interests
of Florida.


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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 in
right ear. swallow fork and under bit
in the other ear. No brand; neither
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no brand. Owner can have the stock
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anl for this advertisement.
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Cornell. Fla., April 18, 1912.

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For Taihr-KIade Clothing acd
Cleaning, Pressing end
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OCALiA EVENXJfG STAR,, april 2, 112


umii mm heigs count
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right, yet it represents ten per cent Interest on one dollar for a year. It's
the little thing 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 Hugomont 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 sticking
ing sticking 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
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the large bored hole. A single grain of corn produces from one to two perfect-ears.'
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Boy's Khaki Pants and Khaki Suits
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Also line. Boy's Suits and odd pants in Wor Wor-steads
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NO. 19, F. & A. JI.
Marlon-Dunn" Lodge No. 19 meets In
the Temple on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month
Visiting brethren cordially Invited.
C. E. Simmons, W. &f.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
OCALA AEKIK NO. 18.4, F. O. E.
Ocala Aerie No. 1814. Fraternal Or Order
der Order of Eagles, meets every first and
third Wednesdays in each month, at 8
p. m.. in Castle HalL Visiting broth brothers
ers brothers are always welcome.
F. G. ti. Weihe. President
N. U Williams, Secretary.
Ocala Lodge No. 6S9. Meets each
Thursday night in hall in Gary block.
O. F. Mershon, Dictator.
J T Mapp. Secretary.
Regular convocations or tiie rcaTa
Chapter, No. 13, ft. A. M., on the fourth
Friday of everv month at 8 p. m.
C. E. Connor, E. H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary.
TULULA LOiniK NO. 22. I. O. O. F.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. Independent
Order of Odd Fellows. meets every
Tuesday at 8 p. m., in Yonge's Hall
Vialting brethren always welcome.
Jake Brown, Noble Grand.
W. I Colbert. Secretary. x
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Ldge No. 286. Benevolent and
Protective "rder of Elks, meets sec second
ond second and fourth Tuesday evenings ii
each month visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Joseph Bell. Secretary.
Conventions held every Monday eve evening
ning evening in Castle Hall over Carlisle'!
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting knights. J. G. Ferguson. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. and S.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets In Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
nonth. Geo. I Taylor, F. M. x
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary.
.Next regular monthly meeting will
be held at 8 o'clock Friday evening.
May 10th, at Yonge's Hall.
R. N. Dosh, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
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All work called for and delivered.
Satisfaction or no pay. 29 West Broad Broadway,
way, Broadway, opposite Mitchell's -Pharmacy.
Phone 455.
Won SttoMAen Trouble, and CSTi?ATioa

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Candler, April 24. In view of the
statements made for -political purposes
as to P. IT. 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. H. Nugent for clerk
in the coming primaries.
(Signed:) C. W. Quick. J. N. Mar Marshall.
shall. Marshall. Harry Bennett, C. H. Cooner, N.
C. Caldwell. E. C. Marshall, F. C.
Snell, T. E. Pritchett. A. R. Williams.
G. D. McGee. II. W. Baxter, Geo. G.
Richie, J. L. Caldwell, C. W. Tillis,
A. McCtain, Wm. Snider, L. W. Sellers,
A. Belcher, (Rev.) E. G. McKinley, T.
N. DeLong, T. E. 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 111 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. Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk many months ago.
For the last few years 1 have been
living at Candler, but am now and
have. been for many yearn' a qualified
voter of Ocala. Yours truly,
P. II. Nugent.
To buy, or not to buy: that is the ques- ;
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to :
The slings and arrows of motoring
Or to take armt against a sea of :
And by buying end it? To buy: to
To drive: perchance to speed: ay.
there's the rub:
For in that speed of joy what things
may come. v
The punctured tire, the battered car, a
The broken head and bones, and bills
and bills!
And if not this, e'en yet it takes a
Of dollars to keep the thing in shape
to go.
And at the best a stall in noontide
Or midnight hours, afar from man or
It puzzles the will, for yet we ponder
The Joys of motoring; and the ills we
And those we fly to, fade away.
Thus does the sport make motorists of
us all,-
And soon or late our resolutions come
to naught.; Life.
Stlaaoa Lake, New Hampshire
Camp Eagle Point Corporation offers
three distinct departments: Camp
Eagle PoJnt for girls. Eagle Lodge for
boys. Book Lodge for adults. Each
camp is isolated from the other yet
is near enough to furnish an ideal out outing
ing outing to an entire family. For booklet
or other particulars call upon or ad-
J. E. Klock, Manager,
It Oklawaha Ave., city.
The Woodmar Sand and Stone Com-
uiu .e anyone wisning work
done in Greenwood cemetery in its line
to let It know, as the company now has
a force of men doing some cement and
brick work at the cemetery.
"Our baby cries for Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy." writes Mrs. T. B. Ken Ken-drick,
drick, Ken-drick, Rasaca, Ga. "It Is the best
cough remedy on the market for
coughs, colds and croup." For sale by
all dealers.
FOR SALE Eggs from pure 'EnglisTi
white and brown neneiled win? dnlr
well mated without inbreeding, and
best egg producers. One dollar for 12.
J. II. McCl.vmonds. 32 South Fourth
street, Ocala, Fla.
Lame shoulder Is nearlv alwavsvilnp
to rheumatism of the muscles and
quickly yields to the free application
of Chamberlains LlnimenL For sale
by all dealers.
FOR RENT Small hotel unfurnish unfurnished,
ed, unfurnished, new and modern; also store in same
building. Opposite Seaboard Air Line
depot In Leesburg. Apply to Box 93,
Leesburg, Fla. 4-25-6t

K. of P. meet this evening.
OJd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Eagles meet Wednesday evening.
Masons meet Thursday night.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
Is Light
running? Ask the other
Mr. J. H. Hall left today for a visit
to Lakeland.
f 7 rooms,
big lot, soft water.
Dr. Fuller rested well last night and
is doing well today.
Kodak finishing done by experts at
the-Ocala Photo Co.
Mr. R. T. Adams and family returned
today from Atlanta.'
Dr. E. G.Peefc office phone In No.
iftNj hltt residence phone, No. 301.
Mr. R. C. Camp has gone to New
York on a business trip
.Mr. R. L,
dams went to Lake City
we develop
At the Ocala Photo Co.
your films free if bought from us.
W. T.
Bodiford of Gainesville was at ;
Albert Anson Graham's headquarters
are at Conner now.
Mr. A. W. Inglis
of Rockwell
at the Colonial Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott have return returned
ed returned from their visit to Birmingham.
WANTED Teachers wanted for the
public schools
, Texas.
D. T. Bald-
'win, Agua Neuva
Mrs. Oscar Burnett arrived from
Daytona today, to visit her parents'"" at
their home near Ocala.
Get your prescriptions nned by BecK
at the Court Pharmacy and know they
are right.


Messrs. George Davis and Carlisle m- 11 vi11 carry Pullman sleepers,
Bellah of Dunnellon were in the citvanl will probably run the year around.

The Boy Scouts had a pleasant and
successful day at Silver Springs Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. I
The Ocala Sanitarium has so many
patients that the management is mak making
ing making arrangements for additional room.
If yni are In a hurry for your pre pre-scriptiot.s,
scriptiot.s, pre-scriptiot.s, try the Court Pharmacy'. Pharmacy'.-uuick
uuick Pharmacy'.-uuick delivery system.
Mr. J. C. Luning. state treasurer,
and "candidate for re-election, was at
the Ocala House last night.
LOST One set of blue prints for
two-story dwelling. Finder please
leave at Star office.
Mr. G. W. Neville, the Dunnellon
Rothschild, was at the Ocala House
last night.
Dr. C. P. Rogers and Miss Sarah
Spears of Jacksonville were at the
Ocala House yesterday.
J LOST A. cream colored crocheted
baby cap with a blue ribbon. Return
!to II T. Chandler at Masters' store.
Mr. J. D. Chapman, Jr.. of Inverness,
was in the city Saturday night and
Sunday, paying a visit to his parents.
Mr. Morris Smith arrived Saturday
night from Jacksonville, to visit his
parents. Dr. and Mrs. D. if. Smith.
Dr. Dodge was able to attend Sunday
' school yesterday, and expects to preach
inext Sunday.
Mr. Sidney Maddox left for his
home in St. Petersburg yesterday, and
Mrs. Maddox will follow him today.
The W. C. T. V. will hold a meeting
at the Methodist church tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
FOR SALE 20-hp. Ford runabout
car, and equipment. $250 cash. Ad Address.
dress. Address. F. H. M., care Star. 6td
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church meets with Mrs.
Thomas Sexton this afternoon.
Miss Jessie Owens of Sparr. Mr. Will
Caruthers of Palatka, and Mr. Vance j
of Waldo were in town to-
FOR SALE Four hundred and fifty
; bushels seed peanuts at one dollar per
bushel. Apply Howell & Griggs, Oak.
Mr. Sam Burnett, now a prosperous
tailor of High Springs, was in the city
last night, on a visit to his relatives
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula if you like.
25c the package at the Post Office
Drug Stores.
The study class of the Woman's
Club will meet tomorrow afternoon at
3:30 o'clock promptly, at the residence
of Mrs. D. W. Davis.
FOR RENT Four room flat; also
cottage of seven rooms, electric lights
and bath: near primary school. Mrs.
K. u. J- uiier.
Mr. John MeCredie. after a visit to
his mother, brothers and sisters here,
left yesterday for his home in Way-cross.

Can furnish irom one setting to j The attention of the county author author-one
one author-one thousand pure bred Rhode Island ities is called to the bad condition of

Red eggs for hatching at $10
h ndred. Ed Carmichael. Octla..
The farmers of the county are cut cutting
ting cutting their oats this week. The crop is
one of the largest ever planted and the
yield has been sooA
Mr. Harry Palmer came in from
Jacksonville Saturday evening, and will
remain with his Ocala friends long
j enough to vote.
f. T 7 ..I t
x.. numnson now nas ine

"graveyard shift" at the clerk's desk the Seaboard station, and was in turn
at the Ocala House: that is. he goes on picked up by rolicernan Wells last
duty at midnight, which is about thelnig'nt. P.-uh the wheel and the 'coon

hour ghosts are supposed to walk.
After you have had a row and life
looks mighty blue, send her a box of
Norris candy and she'll again love
you. Get It at the Court Pharmacy.


M andiJ Kr 1 I prak to (he People at
! iU,- Ham' v. nut Thi Evening;
All ih
ouii l y
from the
will ad-
dress tne I
5 i 1
this cveMin,'. Tnere will be a big
turnout of town, folks, and many peo people
ple people are expected in from the country.
Saturday night the Air Dome was
packed and jammed with Ocala people
who wanted to see the home scenes and
the extra good program that was
shown in the pictures. Tonight there
will be another program, one that will
be of interest to every person in Ocala.
Tomuirow night the election returns
will i.f shown at the Air Dome so that
the people who want to find the exact
retorns can
i there and se
wait for the
the pic pic-returns.
returns. pic-returns. tures as they returns will he jus: as full in
their in for ma ; ion as can be procured
anywhere at that eaily hour.
Folio .ving is tonight's program:
"Old Fidelity. A beautiful story of
a faithful dog.
"The Battle." A very thrilling pic picture
ture picture gotten up by the liiograph Co.
"A Timely Lesson." a picture with
some v-ry pretty home scenes in it.
Kim: Camp. W. O. W., had a
iron sins; meeting Friday night and ini-
' tiated the following new members: S.
I'. Ausley, .1. 11. Howe. II. II. MeCredie
and if. U Ha wis. Mr. D. Ti. Conner
was received on a transfer from a
Georgia camp.
Six candidates were favorably voted
on and four new applications were re
ceived. The next meeting will be held
Friday evening. May 10.
beginning Wednesday, the early
morning train on the Atlantic Coast
'Line will arrive at 6:05 instead of 6:15,
which will necessitate those who ride
on it being at the station ten minutes
sooner. The train will leave St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg at 11:4 -"V p. m., arrive Gainesville
at 7:55 a. m. and reach Jacksonville at
10:;.- a. in. Ileing a local train, it will
have to make mighty good time be between
tween between stations.
Returning the train will leave Jack
sonville at 3:."Q p. m., arrive Ocala at
and reach St. Petersburg at 3 a.
j taking the place of
.'Limited in the winter.
I 'a 1 m e 1 1 o
Lost on streets of city. Please re
turn to Star office.
Mrs. C. P.. Hickman, who has been
visiting her daughter. Mrs. L. R.
Chazal for some months, left this
morning accompanied by Misses Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy and Marie Hickman, for their sum summer
mer summer homo in Lewes, Del.
Mr. and Mrs. MeKenzie have had a
two-story house built next to their
i bungalow, and moved into it, while
jMr. and Mrs. ivapp have moved into the
bungalow, one of the prettiest in town.
Parker l.n:ky Curve Fountain Fens
in any style or shape. .V large assort assortment
ment assortment to select from at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 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. Mr. A. I-. McConn. who was brought
to the Marion County Hospital two
j months ago, with one foot cut almost
off. anil apparently a hopeless cripple,
was aide to leave last week, on
crutches, but with a fair prospect of
soon being able to valk with only a
slight limp.
Mrs. K. (?. liennett was operated on
at the Ocala Sanitarium for appen appendicitis
dicitis appendicitis yesterday. She stood the opera operation
tion operation well, and has every prospect of
an early recovery. The operation was
performed by a Jacksonville specialist,
assisted by Mrs. Dennett's family phy physician.
sician. physician. The ladies of Ocala should not forget
that Wednesday, May 1. is Postcard
Day. and should select and mail as
many of the pretty pasteboards as pos possible
sible possible to their distant friends.
Mr. Louis R. Chazal has returned
from his cruise with Captain John L.
Inglis on the latter's yacht. Tuna. The
cruise was from Port Inglis around to
Miami, from which point Mr. Chazal
returned to Ocala. Captain Inglis sent
the yacht back to Fort Inglis. while he
went on to Jacksonville by rail.
Mrs. G. C. Crom was in the city Fri Friday
day Friday night and Saturday, in company
with her daughter. Miss Elenor, who
was a member of "The Follies" ama amateur
teur amateur theatrical troupe. Mrs. Crora's
Ocala friends were glad to see her.
Mrs. P.arney Spencer. who under underwent
went underwent an operation at the Ocala Sani Sanitarium
tarium Sanitarium last Friday, will be strong
enough to return home some "day this
Mrs. Wilbur Moore and children, after
a visit to Mrs. Moore's mother. Mrs. D.
J. Rurnett. returned yesterday to their
i home in High Springs.
Cooking witn paper ags? Call us
up for a package at r"c. The Post
Office Drug Store.
FOR SALE Horse. bright sorrel,
ten years oil. weighs 1 400. good for
farm work or buggy. Not afraid of
automobiles. Price, one hundred dol dollars.
lars. dollars. A big bargain. Call or address,
R. P.. Starbuck. 106 Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 4-27-6t
'the Orange avenue hard road, leading
lout past Capt. Sam Pyle' farm. There
are a great many holes in the road
and in several places the recent rains
have washed away the surfacing and
maie ba-1 cuts along the sides so that
there is barely room for a vehicle to
pass along, without running into the
Tn-n little darkies. Henry an 1 Albert j

(Thomas, who ran away from Citra. j
land came to Ocala. are in trouble.!
the. Henry ph-ked up a girls' wheel near!

Henry p.
are at the police station.
Are you interested In paper bae
cooking? If so come to ns for your
supply of the bags. 25c the pickage.
Post Office Drug Store.


:Fprj hotly Sbtuild Attend-Cola Ae Ae-!
! Ae-! cruiuj; from Klrt Algal hevrs
j Will le C.iven to the Womaa'a Club.
The "Ideal"' Theater is now complet completed
ed completed and the first performance will be
given in it next Wednesday tilght
May 1.
The owner has issued a little card,
which has been given wide distribu distribution,
tion, distribution, and which briefly and succinctly
tells the story of the opening night.
The card says:
"The management of the Ideal The Theater
ater Theater takes pleasure in announcing that
it w ill open the doors of this modern
little show house to the amusement
loving public on the evening of Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. May l. at 7:30 o'clock, and that
the entire proceeds of the first evening
will be donated to the building fund of
the Woman's Club."
The "Ideal" is a very pretty little
theater. It is furnished with nice opera
chairs. The floor has a gentle slope,
and the stage is raised, so, despite the
most fashionable hats, one's view of
the pictures will not be obstructed. It
is beautifully illuminated, and will be
kept cool by numerous electrical de devices.
vices. devices. It is capable of seating two hundred
and fifty comfortably. There is an en entrance
trance entrance ajid exit, and three shows of
three reels each will be given.
Mrs. Sidney Haile. Mrs. J. K. John Johnson.
son. Johnson. Mrs. p. V Leavengood and Miss
Genie Peyser will be at the box office
selling tickets anil acting as ushers
from 7:.''.0 to S::10.
Mrs. L. F. P.lalock, Mrs. Y. C. Reagin.
Mrs. E. E. Robinson. Mrs. Jack Rents
and Mrs. L. N. Greeji, from 8:30 to 9:30.
It is hoped that every seat will be
taken on the first night, as those at attending
tending attending will be given a fine exhibition,
will be seated in comfortable chairs, in
a pretty, well appointed and delight delightfully
fully delightfully pleasant room, and we do not
know how a' half hour could be more
pleasantly passed. Let us make the
opening night an historic one.
The Woman's Club is an organiza organization
tion organization whose work and influence make
for the public, and Mr. Emmett Robin Robinson
son Robinson showsgreat public spirit in donat donating
ing donating the first night's receipts of his
Ideal Theater to its assistance.
Our people should now do their part
by turning out en masse and giving
the entertainment a record-breaking
I wish to call your attention to the
name of R. Bruce Meffert, which is
placed on the democratic ticket, as a
candidate for county commissioner for
district one.
1 think that it is the duty of each
voter to fully investigate the charac character
ter character of each candidate. both from a
moral as well as a business point of
view, before he, the voter, finally de decides
cides decides upon the disposition of his vote.
Owing to my recent illness I was
unable to see each voter of this dis district
trict district personally, as I desired; however
to those that do not know me, I hope
that they will ask any of the older
itizens of Ocala in regard to me.
I was born and raised in Marion
county, it is my home now, and I ex expect
pect expect it to he always. I think it is the
banner county of the state, and I want
it to continue so. 1 am heartily in
favor of improvements of a conserva conservative
tive conservative nature, these improvements to
have a their principles good schools
and good roads.
I hope that I will be considered be before
fore before you cast your vote, ami will say
rhat if I am elected that I will en endeavor
deavor endeavor to do my duty, as my one de desire
sire desire for this office is to assist in the
tpbuilding of Marion county.
I wish it distinctly understood that
I db not want this office for personal
gain or use.
I will certainly appreciate your
vote. Very truly,
R Pruee Meffert.
Wednesday night at the dancing
pavilion at Silver Springs. Music by
Fishel's Orchestra. Moonlight, glide
down blue Silver Springs run and the
wierd Oklawaha river on the City of
Ocala. The Silver Springs Co.
The Star office has for sale a limit limited
ed limited quantity of old type, which is one
of the finest metals for babbit in the
market. The price is 10 cents a pound.
Mr. Joseph W. Dodge, the painter and
decorator, went to Jacksonville Satur Saturday
day Saturday to visit relatives for a few days,
and vote there. Mr. Dodge failed to
register in this county in time, so will
vote in Duval county.
Mr. Fred IT. Robinson came down
from Jacksonville last night on busi business
ness business and will spend a few days with
his wife, who is visiting Mrs. D. W.
Judge Bell. Saturday, issued a mar marriage
riage marriage license to Mr. T. C. Smith and
Miss Bessie Bragg, and issued an another
other another today to Mr. Newton L. Moore
and Miss Josephine Markland.
Miss Genevieve Smith has returned
from Tampa, where she attended the
Rebecca Chapter of the Grand Lodge
I. O. O. F., and afterward spent sev several
eral several days visiting her brother, Mr Mr-Wilbur
Wilbur Mr-Wilbur Smith.
Mrs. Henry Perry returned yesterday
from Miami, called back by the severe
illness of her grandchild, the baby of
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dekle. The little
boy is some better today.
Saturday afternoon. Mr. E. L. Howell
brought to the Munroe & Chambliss
bank and placed on exhibition there
the biggest cantaloupe of the season.
It was a well developed and healthy
fruit of half a pound weight and 1f
left on the vine would have been ready
to ship by May 15. Mr. Howell will
go to shipping by May 20 at least.
Occident Spring
Wheat Flour
pound bag .
. $1.20

there should net be room in it foryonr cash. Csrg Csrg-lars
lars Csrg-lars may open it, fire may heat it so that yoar cash i
would be inaccessible tor days.
is always available. Have an account here, cd
neither burglars, fire or anything else can deprive

jou oi me use 01 your

H. D. STOKES. Cashier.

Man KII!eI and Half
Peppered at Oklawaha
There was a lively scrap in the vi vicinity
cinity vicinity of Oklawaha station Saturday
night. Caesar Myers and .lim Rembert
quarreled over a bottle of soda water,
and Caesar opened fire on Jim with a
revolver., Jim reciprocated with a
shotgun. When the shooting began, j
the neighbors took a hand and there
was quite a fusillade.
When the returns were all in, it was
found that Ceasar Myers was dead and
several of his acquaintances were more
or less sprinkled with birdshot. There
seems to have been a' dearth of buck buckshot,
shot, buckshot, else the funerals would have
been plural instead of singular, but
Jim Rembert had one buckshot cart cartridge,
ridge, cartridge, hence Myers' demise.
Sheriff Galloway and Judge Bell
went down Sunday evening to inves investigate,
tigate, investigate, taking with them a coffin
which Captain Martin ordered from
Mclver & MacKay for the departed,
who was an employe of his. Mr. Gal Galloway
loway Galloway rounded up the witnesses, most
of whom had passed an interesting
Sabbath picking shot out of them themselves.
selves. themselves. He also summoned a jury, and
Judge Dell held an inquest.
The jury decided it was a case of
justifiable homicide. The deceased, the
deceasee and all the other interested
parties were colored.
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to noon today:
Wind, south. Cloudy.
Minimum temperature, 6j degrees.
Maximum temperature, 88 degrees.
Average temperature, 84 degrees.
showers tonight or Tues-
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 Raptist
church annex. The class will open
with over thirty memhrrs. You should
join and learn to s'rg by sight.
A $450 Hartford piano new. and In
fine shape, for sale at your own pricef
Call at Star office.
Mr. J. F. Jenkins, of the contracting
firm of Jenkins & Williams, who are
building the Hotel Harrington, has
returned from Atlanta, where he spent
the greater part of last week buying
material for the hotel job. Mr. Jen Jenkins
kins Jenkins said he made an attempt to hear
grand opera, but the house was so
packed he turned away without buy buying
ing buying a ticket.
Quite a large number of ladies from
Ocala will leave on tomorrow after afternoon's
noon's afternoon's Seaboard train for Tampa, to
attend the state convention of the
Daughters of the Confederacy.
Rev. J. D. Chapman and family left
today for their new home in Green Greenville.
ville. Greenville. S. C. They have made in Ocala
many friends, who sincerely regret to
part with them.
Marshal Carter had a day orf yes yesterday
terday yesterday and took a .trip down the run
on the city of Ocala. Captain Math Mathews
ews Mathews made Carter stay in the middle of
the boat all the time, but he enjoyed
the trip, all the same.
Fifth Jtuliclal Circuit In anil for
Marlon County, Florida In Chan Chan-eery.
eery. Chan-eery. Meomie liain vs. Roger Rain Divorce.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Roger Rain be,
and he is hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed in this cause
Monday the 10th day of June, 1012
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in tne
Ocala, Star, a newspaper published in
said county and state, this 12th day of
April. 1.412. S. T. Slstrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
By Don Peabody, D. C.
Elwln Spencer. Jr..
Complainant's Solicitor.
Notice is hereby given that
Thomas Sexton, will on the 1st day of
June. A. D. 3 II 2. render to the Hon.
Joseph. Bell, county judge of Marion
county. Florida, my annual account as
guardian of Ktta Hood Robinson.
Thomas Sexton, Guardian.
Expert Medical Sefeatlata Aaneaaee
Startling Renlta Obtained
by Senplne
New TorK Thousands are taking
advantage of the generous offer made
by the Wood worth Co., 1161 Broadway,
New York City, requesting an experi experimental
mental experimental package of Senpine. the great
discovery for asthma, hay fever, bron bronchitis
chitis bronchitis and catarrh, whick is mailed
free of charge to all who write for It.
It Is curing thousands of the most
stubborn cases. It makes no differ difference
ence difference how long you have been suffer suffering
ing suffering or bow severe the climatic con
ditions are where you live, Senpine
will cure you.
If you have experimented with oth other
er other treatments and have failed to find
a cure do not be discouraged but send
for a trial of this wonderful truly mer meritorious
itorious meritorious remedy which is a scientific
compound discovered by a professor
of Vienna University, and Is being
recommended by thousands

money when yon want it.

A few nice cockerels for' breeders at
$1 up. Call at Star office,
Q. E. Peacock.
President Taft'a Reeomneadatlea f
Amend the Pare Food aa
Drag Aet.
The Pure food and Drugs Act, wnlcH
has done so much for the people of
America In providing a supply of pure
foods and drugs, was adopted by Con Congress
gress Congress (after many years of investiga investigation
tion investigation and deliberation, and In spite of
the opposition from important Inter Interests.
ests. Interests. It has protected the dealer as
well as the consumer against fraud and
imposition as practiced for years by
expert adulterators and substitutors.
One of the splendid features of the
act prohibited misbranding that Is.
holding out to the public that a product
was thus and so, when It really was
not. The misbranding feature of the
act was not as clear. as It might have
been and, under a provision of the act,
the Bureau of Chemistry of the Agri Agricultural
cultural Agricultural Department was empowered
to make rules and regulations for
carrying the administrative features
of the act Into-effecL ;
At first misbranding applied only to
claims which appeared upon the label
or container of an article of food or
medicine but later, on, under a ruling:
of the Bureau, the misbranding pro provision
vision provision was given a wider application
and was held to apply to all state statements
ments statements made with reference to the In Ingredients,
gredients, Ingredients, standard of strength and
purity, nutritive or curative values of
a product! The enforcement of the
law for some time was carried on un under
der under this wlderN interpretation -of the
misbranding feature of the act
About a year ago. in what Is known
as the Johnson Cancer Cure Case, the
Supreme Court of the United States
held that the misbranding provision
of the act had been extended by the
Bureau of Chemistry in an unwarrant-
ed manner and that, in the opinion of
this august tribunal, an article : was
rrat -misbranded except misrepresenta misrepresentations
tions misrepresentations were made upon the label or. con container
tainer container under which or in which ,, the ;
article was sold. As the public gen generally
erally generally had regarded the act in its
broad aspects and power for good it
didnot make "mnch difference with
them whether a misrepresentation was
on the label, in a newspaper advertise advertisement,
ment, advertisement, or in a circular letter, because
the result was the same, viz., that the
purchaser was deceived.
President Taft took this practical
view of the matter in a special 'mes 'message
sage 'message to Congress, in which he recom recommended
mended recommended that the Pure Food and Drugs
Act be amended so as to overcome th
defect made manifest by. the Supreme
Court decision in the Johnson Cancer
Cure Case. President Taft heftl that
misrepresentation, no matter when or
how made, should be prohibited under
the terms of this act.
At the following annual meeting of
the National Association 'of Retail
Druggists, an organization comprizing
about thirty thousand retail druggists
throughout the country, a resolution;
was adopted supporting the recom recommendation
mendation recommendation of President Taft to Con Congress,
gress, Congress, and the Legislative Committee
of this great organization of retail
druggists, which the Chicago Tribune
has termed "the greatest organization
of retail merchants in the world." was
instructed to aid in every possible
manner the passage of such an amend amendment
ment amendment bill as would make the Presi President's
dent's President's recommendation effective.
It is now probable that before the
present Congress adjourns and surely
at the next Congress at latest, all mis misrepresentations
representations misrepresentations of food and drug pro
ducts, on the label or elsewhere, will
be prohibited by the Food and Drugs
Act and violators of the law severely
dealt with.
The organized retail druggists of
the country have done much to con conserve
serve conserve the public health and curb evils
that would grow out of their bu sines
if not held in check with an iron hand.
Through the influence of the Nation National
al National Association and its state branches,
anti-cocaine laws have been passed in
about thirty states, and this organiza
tion is endeavoring to secure the adop adoption
tion adoption of laws that will prevent the ped peddling
dling peddling of dangerous decoctions contain containing
ing containing poison, habit-forming drugs and
intoxicating liquors by Irresponsible
itinerants and the sale of drugs and
medicines by unqualified dealers.
Fifth Judicial Clrrnlt, Marla
County, Florida In Caaaeery.
Geneva Crenshaw vs. Cleve Crenshaw,
order for Constructive Service.
It i orJered that the defendant
herein named, to-with: Cleve Cren-
shaw 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
this orier be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala, Star, a newspaper published in
said county and state, this 12th day of
April, A. D. 1912. S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
By Don Peabody, D. C
Edwin Spencer. Jr'
Complainant s Solicitor.
Fifth Jndielal C'lreBlt of Florida la
and for Marios Conaly -la Chan Chancery.
cery. Chancery. James C. Foster Complainant vs. Mary
S. Foster defendant Order for
Constructive- Service.
It is ordered that the oerenaani
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 iota day f Jaae, 112
It is further ordered that a copy of
fVi r.i.r he nublished once a week
i for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper jiuuiuiiru n
said county and state.
This l?th rtav Of ATttl. 1912.
S. T Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co. Fla.
By Don Peabody, D. C
R. L. Anderson. Complainant's Solicitor.
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C3 Has a Tremendous Gapsc'ily

An "Opn Door" Policy In tho Execu-
ava Mad Him the Most Popular
Governor Now Jersey Has Had.
In all my experience of the men
who have held the office of chief txe n
tlve of the state of New Jersey and
my recollection extends back to the
time of Governor Joel Parker I have
never known one who was swh a trv
mendoos worker-or who executed tin
duties of hla office with such thorough
ness as Governor Wilson."
The speaker was an old time nttache
of the statehouse at Trenton, whose
duties have brought him In constant
and Intimate relation with every gov
rnor for a genera tlon-past.
"Nothing escapes his attention," he
went on, "from the smallest routine de detail
tail detail to the most Important question af affecting
fecting affecting the state.
Governor Wilson Is always one of the
earliest arrivals In the executive de
partment. He enters with the brisk
stride of a man twenty years his junior
and at once plunges into the work of
answering his mail. Unlike many men
la hla position, he reads a very large
proportion of the letters he receives,
taking the position that If a man is
sufficiently Interested in a subject to
write to him be Is entitled to a personal
8hoais of Callers.'
This task Is not accomplished with
out many interruptions, for no gover
nor of the state ever had so many
callers as Woodrow Wilson. Ills re remarkable
markable remarkable gifts, the wonders he has ac
compllshed In legislation for the good
of the people, the nation wide Interest
In him dally bring to the executive of office
fice office scores of visitors who want to
meet Mm and whose business could
Just as well be done with some other
official, but who feel that they must
see their admired governor.
And the "open door" policy which
was inaugurated by Woodrow Wilson
the first day he took office aids them
in their ambition, although, it adds
much to the burdens of the executive.
Believing that there is nothing in the
business of the state which should be
done In secret, nothing in which every
voter has not a personal interest and
therefore a perfect right to full knowl knowledge.
edge. knowledge. Governor Wilson always keeps
and the big waiting room so that all
may see wbut Is going on within.
When the governor took office he
onld not be said to be well known to
the people of' the state. True, they
had heard of his fight for Democracy
at Princeton university; they had read
hla splendid speeches; they knew he
was accounted one of the Intellectual
giants of the country, and consequently
they had a great admiration for him.
But it was admiration in the abstract
-and it had no personal tinge.
Not a "Cloistered Student.
A mind picture of a person thus
heard and read of, but net intimately
known, is often faultily drawn. And
so It wa9 with regard to the popular
conception of the human side of Wood
row Wilson. He was limned ns one
who held himself more or less aloof
from his fellows as a cloistered student
whose heart had not been warmed by
contact with all sorts and conditions
of men. He was understood to be cold
of blood, an aristocrat by birth and en
In the popular mind It was felt the
governor would adorn the office and
would probably give a good adminis adminis-,
, adminis-, tratlon, although there was little hope
that the people of the state would de
rive much benefit, but it was not felt
that he would bwome a people's gov governor,
ernor, governor, one who would enter whole soul soul-edly
edly soul-edly into the hopes and aspirations of
the struggling masses.
Wilson's Aggressiveness.
CJamestown N. V.) Journal.J
As time rolls around the indications
are pointing more strongly to thenomi
nation of Governor Woodrow Wilson of
New Jersey ns the Democratic candi candidate
date candidate for president Ilo appears to be
gaining strength In states and dis districts,
tricts, districts, where a few weeks ago his case
was regarded as hopeless, and unless
there Is a sweeping change In the trend
of Democratic politics Governor -Wilson
will go into the Baltimore convention
with a very strong following If not an
absolute control of the situation.
New York World.
The World is unable to agree
with its friend Colonel Watter Watter-son
son Watter-son that "the Woodrow Wilson
presidential boom has started on
the down grade."
Viewing the situation without
prejudice, we should say that the
governor of New Jersey is still
the leading Democratic candidate
for the nomination and that he
is still the only candidate who
has shown strength in all sec sections
tions sections of the country.
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TUU I PAPERS J r Ann vm id

Hew York World Answers Edi Editor's
tor's Editor's Attack on the Governor.
New York World.
Sadly and sorrowfully the lion. Wil William
liam William Randolph Hearst reads the Hon.
Woodrow Wilsou out of the Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic party.
In a ioiig and anguished letter to
the Washington Post Mr. Hearst says
of the governor of New Jersey:
"The whole trouble with Professor
Wilsou Is that he is not a Democrat
and does not know how to be a Demo Democrat.
crat. Democrat. His Democratic pose is assum assumed
ed assumed and therefore awkward and uu uu-natural."
natural." uu-natural." But Is there no hope for Woodrow
Wilson? Can he never scale the ex exalted
alted exalted heights of Democracy which Mr.
Hearst has attained? We know, of
course, that Governor Wilson began
wrong, but perhaps the mistakes of
the past can be remedied.
To be truly Democratic Governor
Wilson should have run as a munici municipal
pal municipal ownership candidate for mayor in
190T in order to defeat the regular
Democratic candidate.
In 1900 Governor Wilson should have
npent $2r.0.0o0 organizing an Independ Independence
ence Independence league to name him for governor
and then used this league to club a
stolen nomination from Murphy after
Grady had "done the dirtiest day's
work of my life."
In 1907 Governor Wilson should have
gone into partnership with the Repub Republican
lican Republican bosses and the Republican ma machine
chine machine and placed a "fusion" ticket in
the field against the Democratic ticket
In 190S Governor Wilson should have
financed and nominated an independ independent
ent independent presidential ticket to help Taft and
Roosevelt defeat Rryan.
In 1909 Governor Wilson should have
run as an independent candidate for
mayor against the Democratic candi candidate,
date, candidate, with the support of Chauncey
M. Depew, the Republican bosses and
other "reform" elements.
In 1910 Governor Wilson should have
been an independent candidate for lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant governor in the hope of defeat defeating
ing defeating the Democratic ticket and keeping
the Republicans in power in Albany.
In 1911 Governor Wilson should have
gain nominated a "fusion" ticket, in j
partnership wuu the Republican ma-
chine. Then, as soon as his "fusion" j
ticket was beaten and it became ap- I
parent that the Democratic party had j
a chance of winning the presidency he
should have formally announced his
return to Democracy. I
"Woodrow Wilson may not know j
"how to be a Democrat," but William j
Randolph Hearst knows. In compari- ;
son with Mr. Hearst no other Demo- j
crat ever was a Democrat. He is the
onlyJcnown specimen of his kind.
Sallna (Kan.) Union: "Those Demo Democrats
crats Democrats who Cppose the nomination of
Governor Wilson as the Democratic
candidate for the presidency should
advance some better reason than that
he has changed his mind or shifted hi
point of view on political Issues. Thn I
man who stands today where he h s
always stood on all political question j
is too much of a Bourbon to deserve j
the support of Democratic voters." j
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Hinesville, Ga., derived such splendid j
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Iowa Pleased at Solution
Present FroDlem.
fPes Moines (la. News.)
Woodrow Wilson typifies tho new
spirit of the times in things political
De is the embodiment ot the new
thought in the tuition.
This clear headed and profound
scholar brought lu the Iowa people' a
message ot hope uml good t lieer. lie
came carrying the standard ot a pro
gressive army ot thoughtful Ameri Americans,
cans, Americans, fully determined that whatever
else ma hnppen it shall be Drought
about that this shall again be a gov government
ernment government by and tor the people.
In his ColKeum address the governor
properly assumed that there are teu
deucies :n American life that are
wrong, that evils have grown up, that
we have got away from the moorings
of a free govern tnent. So need to dis discuss
cuss discuss these tilings P.ut what is the
remedy i
He analyzed the problem with the
dispassionate logic of the great univer university
sity university teacher before his class ITe was
especially happj in his character iza
tion ot the problem its one relating to
"privileged business' rather than "bin
business,'' for it is not size so murh as
It is the enjoyment of special privilege
that manes some business destructive
of all that is good iu commercial and
political life. lie was right, too. in
leading ba.k to the original source and
refuge of all special privilege the pro protective
tective protective tariff
Without atteinptiug to go into details
he pointed out that the remedy thai we
all are seeking must be secured, if at
all. through ayen.ies that are free to
I act. o axiom of the school books
could be plainer
Woodrow Wilson brought to Iowa
people a message they hear with eatrer
ness because they want just such a
message. He spoke from the stand
point of the lifelong and earnest stu student
dent student of world politics, as one who lias
approached the subject with ripened
intellect and we. I trained mind and
following the eternal principles of
truth, has reached a conclusion that
cannot be assailed. Without anv or.i-
toiieal flourishes he held his audien- e
entranced, lie said nothing but that
which be knew to he true He made
no use of merely iin. sounding phrases
it was coid logic, yet told iu simple
.uid direct language!
Here. then, is the new mnn in pnli
tics, a man come as a prophet among
us to preach the now gospel We have
come upon a new time, when things
are different, when the problems are
not wust tl ey ouce were, when the
people are eager for some discussion
of present day politics in the light of :
present day conditions That is whv I
Woodrow Wilson's message t Iowa
peopl was so refreshing, so inspiring.
so helpful.
Whatever else they may do. the Iowa
people, without regard to the particn-
lar party tag they are just now wear- j
with small consideration for the
grandfathers' prejudices, owe to Wood
row Wilson a vote of thanks for the
battle lin and shown- us that which
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Slate ot New York.

; Senator Gardner of Maine Indorses
! New York Colleague's View That New
j Jersey Governor Is Strong In Sections
j Where Foes Say He Is Weak.
Atlanta (Ga.) Journal. 1
Senator O'Goimm of New York de de-i
i de-i Clares that Woodrow Wilsou if chosen
the Democratic nominee can carry that
j Btate against any Republican.
I A weightier comment on present day
i politics has not been made. It crushes
the flimsy pretension that Woodrow
Wilson's candidacy would lose or im imperil
peril imperil the party's chance in New York
state and Indicates his strength in the
strategic center of the east as well as
in the west and the south
Coming from a leader of Senator
O'Gorman's prestige and farsighted farsightedness,
ness, farsightedness, this estimate is particularly sig significant,
nificant, significant, lie is the titular head of the
Democracy of New York, a state that
has ninety votes in the nominating
convention and forty-five votes in the
electoral college, the state for which
both parties strive most vigorously in
presidential years as the key to na national
tional national success, ne has the support of
Tammany Hall, but he is Immeasura Immeasurably
bly Immeasurably beyond and above the system with
which Tammany is Identified in the
public mind. He is versed in prac practical
tical practical politics, but he is also a states statesman
man statesman of spotless record and of rare
ability, so much so indeed that when
he was called to the senate the people
as a whole, regardless of party con connections,
nections, connections, rejoiced that the duties of the
office had fallen upon a man so emi eminently
nently eminently fitted to bear them.
Of all the Democratic nominees yet
suggested Woodrow Wilson would not
only stand the largest chance to carry
New York, but, according to the recent
testimony of Senator Gardner of
Maine, he is the only Democrat wbo
could win portions of New England.
From the clear headed testimony of
these two eminent Democrats, Sena Senator
tor Senator O'Gorman of New York and Sena Senator
tor Senator Gardner of Maine, it is evident that
Governor Wilson is particularly strong
In the very places wherein his foes
would have us believe he is fatally
When to this fact is added the conti
dence and the following he has won
over the country as a whole there can
be no fair minded doubt that of alJ
the aspirants in the field he is by far
the lest fitted both as a statesman and
n candidate
Rockford (111.) Star: "It Is Woodrow
Wilson against the field and against
Wall street too."
Gaffney (S. C.) Ledger: "It's pre precious
cious precious little comfort the boomers of
Messrs. Harmon, Clark and Under Underwood
wood Underwood are receiving in this state. To
be perfectly frank about it, Governor
Wilson seems to have the goat tied
Hartford (Conn.) Post: "Governor
Wilson of New Jersey says that our
tariff is a misfit that it's a child's gar garment.
ment. garment. Perhaps that's so. Somehow it
does pinch terribly, and lt'3 getting
worse all the time."
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Helleview, April 25. On the 18th
Walter Nelson started to drive a pair
of mules belonging to O. S. Shade to
Jacksonville. He was obliged to go
by way of Citra, Starke, etc. He ar arrived
rived arrived in Jacksonville the night of the
21st, returning to Belleview on the
Mr. Wm. S. Cogswell has been clear clearing
ing clearing and Improving his hammock land
one mile west of town. In the fall he
is to build a barn on the land.
Town election May 7th from 9 to 4.
The inspectors are J. H. Ashworth, J.'
F. Hardison and Joseph Millsom; L. I
Hopkins, clerk.
The wife and children of Rev. C. T.
Anderson, pastor of the Baptist church,
arrived on the 19th from West Florida.
Mrs. J. J. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
White, with their two grandchildren,
Margaret and May, on the 19th visit visited
ed visited Mr. and Mrs. Sands Haviland at
their pretty cottage on Smith Lake.
Cecil Bryant of Ocala spent the
Sabbath in town, visiting his parents
and friends.
On the 20th Backus Denison of San Santos
tos Santos was convicted of assault and fined
$" and costs.
D. D. Theus of the Perry Bros. Music
Company, assisted by a male quartet,
conducted a free song service at the
Baptist church the night of the 20th.
The object was to organize a class In
vocal music. A class of fifteen has
I been organized and is to commence
the term the night of the 25th.
Mr. E. W. White, a brother-in-law
!of Mrs. Hough of Pittsburg, Pa., is
j superintending the erection of a fence
j around Mrs. Hough's lot on Robinson
'avenue and Third street,
i The first of a series of entertain entertain-'ments
'ments entertain-'ments to be given by class No. 4 of
the M. E. Sunday school, one to be
j iven by each of the scholars for the
; benefit of the church and Sunday
school, was given by Masters Harry
(and John Harrell. the night of the
i:th at the town hall. It was a
iMother Goose entertainment and the
program was as follows:
! Music, by Prof, and Miss Callie
i Rickards.
: Reading. "Mother Gooe in History"
i Mrs. Louis Weihe.
Song. "Stories of Jack and the Bean Beanstalk"
stalk" Beanstalk" Mi?s Callie Rickards and Miss
Lorena Freeman.
Pantomime, "Jack and Jill" Virgil
Proctor and Ethel Freeman.
Dialogue. "Jackey's Fiddle" David
Stanley and Will Ritter.
Pantomime, "Simple Simon and the
; Pieman"; "Simple Simon and the This Thistle";
tle"; Thistle"; "Simple Simon Went a Fishing"
Harry Jones. Will Ritter.
! Song. "Little Bo-Beep" Grace Stan Stanley.
ley. Stanley. t Pantomime, "Cry Baby Cry" Mar Mar-ienna
ienna Mar-ienna Stanley.
Song. "Where are You Going My
Pretty Maid" John Harrell and Grace
Music by Prof. and Miss Callie
"Little Boy Blue" Monroe
Pantomime. "Little Miss
Ediih Stanley; "Little
Red Riding
Hood" Minnie Tremere.
Song. "Babes in the Woods" Six
Music. Prof, and Miss Callie Rick Rickards.
ards. Rickards. A Mother Gooe Comedy
Old King Cole Harry Harrell
Little Miss Muffett Pearl Proctor
Mrs. Jack
Spralt Mary Gale
Jack Spratt John Harrell
Fiddlers Ilenme Snedd, will Kltter
Mrs. John Harrell as Mother Goose
'and the chIldren taking part were
dressed to personate the characters. A
goose, which when fed on pennies,
i would hand out jx neat little package.
greatly amused the children. The pie


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Use man wco owns bis own hone.
The msn who owes the roof over bis head has uzzb
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man had a basket of little 5-cent pies,
which were quickly sold. Polly put
the kettle on, which held, instead of
tea, delicious lemonade, which was
sold with little cakes by Mary Gale
and Pearl Proctor, assisted by Mrs. O.
M. Gale. A neat sum was realized.
Mr. D. M. Day of Texas, 'came to
Belleview to visit his grandmother,
Mrs. W. Kilpatrick and John Harrell,
his cousin, is now employed ty Earl
Mrs. Edwin G. Power and daughter
returned on the 19th to their home in
Toledo, Ohio. Mrs Power for the past
two months has been visiting her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. William $5eese.
After the long and serious illness of
Rev. True Whittier (more than eighty
years of age) his many friends were
much pleased to see him attending the
Easter services at the Methodist church
and hear him pronounce the benedic benediction.
tion. benediction. The kind and skillful nursing
of his wife and daughter. Miss Ruth,
have undoubtedly prolonged his life.
Ye that believe that there Is but lit little
tle little virtue In the soil of Belleview,
come and see the vegetables, etc.,
growing on the lands of Harry Weav Weaver,
er, Weaver, A. L. Nott, O. M. Gale and others,
and you will be convinced you were
Mr. A. C. Davenport of Omaha, Neb.,
arrived on the 19th. Mrs. Davenport
and mother have been spending a por portion
tion portion of the winter here visiting Miss
Bosworth and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dav Davenport.
enport. Davenport. We are informed that some
250 of their pecan trees will bear this
We are sorry to report that Mrs.
Hayward Hale is on the sick list.
Preston Goolsby has put up a new
fence around his property, and has the
lumber to erect a barn.
An entertainment entitled the Spin Spinster's
ster's Spinster's Return will be given at the
town hall the night of May 2nd. As
the proceeds are to be given to the
cemetery association to aid in its good
word. It is hoped there will be a good
attendance. Some of the spinsters are
to come from Alaska.
Mayor Louis Weihe has rented his
tenant house on Robinson avenue to a
Mr. Rickets and family.
April 26th the Belleview. baseball
club will give an ice cream social at
the town hall. Come and enjoy the
social and aid our young men.
Tork. April 25. Miss Lollie Gillis
visited her aunt. Mrs. Sherouse at
Ocala two days last week.
Miss Christina Russell went to Ocala
Mr. H. M. Cave went to Ocala Fri Friday.
day. Friday. We will soon have a postofflce
again. We are- just waiting for the
requisition to arrive.
Half a stand of corn and pinders Is
reported by some of our farmers.
Miss Lee McKinney of High Springs
but now of Ocala, came down to our
village and was the guest of Miss
Lillian Russell from Thursday till Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. The former foreman of the Leroy
section, Mr. Reeves, now of High
Springs, was at Leroy last Wednesday
to have his furniture shipped to his
present home.
Wednesday was pay day on the A.
C. Lfc and all the hands were made
Robert Douglass went to Juliette
Wednesday to meet the A. C. L pay
The picnic at Turner's Pond was
well attended from this place.
Robert Douglas went to Ocala Mon Monday.
day. Monday. The Misses Gllles and Russel called
upon Mr. and Mrs. Emmett and fam family
ily family Sunday.
Home & Douglas had a squad of
bean pickers at work Monday.


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