The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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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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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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VOL. 18.
OOALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 6, 1912.
NO. 289.
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FULLER & AYER
DENTAL SURGEONS
Office jover Munroe & Chambliss B'k.
' OCAUA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
J.E.GHACE
DENTAL SURGEON
Itooms'O, JO and 11. Second Floor,
Holder Block.
OOALA - FIiORHM
TERMS. CASH
L. f BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Commercial Rank
OCA LA - - FLORIDA
Office Hours, 8 to 12 a. in. 1 to 3
tu rn. PIone 211.
TERMS. CASH.
IV. S. MILLER, M. D.
t -PHYSICIAN
AND SURGEON
Special Equlpmeat for Treaties; Now,
Throat, Lddk and SkJa DImiim
Office hours 1 to 4 p. in. Phones:
Office, 444; Residence, 445. Over Mun Munroe
roe Munroe & Clambllss Bank. Ocala, Fla.
F. E.
' Physician and Sufyeou
Ut-iieral Prarllie Calls Made Prompt Promptly
ly Promptly Wight or Tay.
tpfcial Attention to Obstetric. Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1. 2, 3. f, 5 and Holder
Building:. Second Floor. Phones
Office No. 333: Residence No. .233
IR. 4. T. 811 AW. VETERINARIAN
firaduafe of the United Slates Col
. leiie r Veirrlnary Sui-jreoM.
WASHINGTON. D. L.
H-atel at the Juaew tlowpttal ua !hii
First Street. Weat
OCALA, FLORID'
ill CjiII4 lromillj AnswerwI.
r.VIVER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Erabalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. K. BI'IVER. Faaeral Director
All Work Ioi.e by licensed E tu tubal
bal tubal mere and Fully Guaranteed.
Phones: D. E. Mclver., 104:- Sarr-
P "as. 380: Undertaking Office. 41.
EDVARDDRAKE
CIVIL ENGINEER,
DRAUGHTSMAN
. AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. C'Age Estimates
giade on Erection of Buildings of any
Character by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis.' v rue or consult ma at
Xorthweat Corner Oeala Ilooae Bloek
OCALA
FLORIDA
V. B. HELLER & CO.
(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
or Day. to AH Parts of City
or Country
Parlors Located Back of Frank's
Store
DAY PRONE, 10
NIGHT PRONE, 448
t ti. KELLER & CO.

McCLANE

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digested matter as quickly
ITALY HAS ANNEXED
AN ANCIENT ISLAND.
HlRterle Rhode la the Eastern Aegeaa
Taken Easily Br Their
Fleet.
Rome. Italy, May 6. The Italian
fleet yesterday seized the Turkish Isl Island
and Island of Rhodes. Practically no resist resistance
ance resistance was made by the small garrison
of Turkish soldiers stationed there.
The Island is one of the largest and
the most eastern island in the Aegean
sea. It has an' area of 550 square
miles, with a population of 30,000
The greater part of the population of
Rhodes Is made up of Greeks.
ESCAPES AN AWFUL FATE.
A thousand tongues could not ex express
press express the gratitude of Mrs. J. EL Cox,
of Joliet, 111., for her wonderful deliv deliverance
erance deliverance form an awful fate. "Typhoid
pneumonia had left me with a dreadful
cough," she writes. "Sometimes I had
such awful coughing spells I thought
I would die. I could get no help from
doctor's treatment or other medicines
till I used Dr. King's New Discovery.
But I owe my life to -this wonderful
remedy for' I scarcely cough at all
now." Quick and safe. Its the most re reliable
liable reliable of all throat and lung medicines.
Every bottle guaranteed.' 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottle free at Tydings & Co's.
MAKING NEW RECORDS
AT SANTA MONICA.
Santa Monica, Cal.. May 5. Three
new world's records for the distances
were established at the fourth annual
Santa Monica automobile races here
yesterday. Teddy Tetzlaff of Los An Angeles,
geles, Angeles, driving a 90-horse -power Fiat,
won the 303-mile free-for-all, with the
phenomenal average of 78.50 miles an
hour, breaking the previous mark of
74.63, made last year by Harvey Her Her-rick
rick Her-rick in a National on the same course.
Caleb. Bragg of Pasedena was second,
with'David Bruce-Brown of New York,
the favorite, third.
In the medium car event Ralph de
Palma in a Mercer set a new record
of 69.54 miles an hour for 151 miles
and in the light car event George Joer Joer-man
man Joer-man of Los Angeles, driving a
Maxwell, placed the 101-mile record for
small cars at 61.86 miles an hour.
WHAT TEXANS ADMIRE
Is hearty, vigorous life,' according to
Hugh Tallman, of San Antonio. "We
find," he writes, "that Dr. King's New
Life Pills surely put .new life and ener ener-j
j ener-j gy into a person. Wife and I believe
they are the best made." Excellent
for stomach, liver-or kidney troubles.
25 cents at Tydings & Co's..
A SUMMER IN THE
WHITE MOUNTAINS
St lasoa Lake, New Hampshire
Camp Eagle Point Corporation offers
three distinct departments: Camp
Eagle Point 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 address,
dress, address, J. E. Klock, Manager,
22 Oklawaha Ave., city.
HELP A JUDGE IN BAD FIX. A
Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis Mills,
Tenn., was plainly worried. A bad sore
on his leg had baffled several doctors
and long resisted all remedies. "I
thought it was a cancer," he wrote.
"At last I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
and was. completely cured." Cures
burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises and
piles. 25 cents at' Tydings & Co's.
i
OPEN ALL- NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is now open
night and day. Never closed. You can
get just what you want to eat, cooked
as you like it, at moderate prices.. Fish
and oysters a specialty.
J. R. Dewey, Proprietor.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the rea:-
u iar annual election of city officers
will take place Tuesday night, May
7th, 1912. Applications for the differ
ent positions wll be filed on or before
the said date with 'the undersigned.
H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
TYPE FOR BABBIT METAL.
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.
For soreness of the muscles whether
induced by violent exercise or Injury.
Chamberlain's Liniment is excellent.
This liniment is also highly esteemed
for the relief it affords in cases of
rheumatism. Sold by all dealers.
Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best
we have to offer at 50c the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.
Now Is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You will find Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Liniment wonderfully effective.
One application will convince you of
its merits. Try It. For sale by all
dealers.
TAKEN UP A bay colt. Owner can
have, same by identifying the animal,
and paying expenses. Mrs. D. M. Smith.
Sick headache results from a dih dih-ordered
ordered dih-ordered condition of the stomach, and
can be. cured by the use of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Try
it. For, sale by all dealers.

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The Speeial Illustrated Edltloa of the
Star will Give the History off Iadua Iadua-trlea
trlea Iadua-trlea that Have Beea Factors la the
Upballdlafc off This Seetloa.
Life Is too short and time too valu valuable
able valuable to allow that old process of wait waiting
ing waiting for trade to come to you. Not
merely that, but competition Is too
sharp.! We could name some cities In
Florida which have advertised their
business enterprises and are reaping
results. Some of these same cities
haven't half the natural resources that
Ocala and Marion County possess.
With the right kind of advertising the
population In this city could be doubled
irf a few years.
It is necessary to put up money and
put down money before you can maye
money to keep. Thousands of home home-settlers,
settlers, home-settlers, tourists and capitalists from
the North, East and even Western
states would come to this particular
section, of Florida if they only knew
what Ocala and Marion County have
to offer.
The Star's sole purpose in issuing
a Special Illustrated Edition to pros prospective
pective prospective home-seekers, capitalists and
tourists Is that Ocala" and Marion Coun County
ty County may not be overlooked, by the in
rush of tourists that come to Florid. I-
seeking investment, pleasure or a
home.
Ten thousand copies or more, will be
printed on fine book paper, well illus illustrated,
trated, illustrated, with half .toned cuts, showing
what has been, and what can be done
in this section. Several pages will be
devoted exclusively to Ocala, and
Marion County.
k There will be "No Excuse," for any any-business
business any-business enterprise not being repre represented.
sented. represented. Especially if you are Interest Interested
ed Interested in the up-building of your home
City and County.
HOW'S THIS.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re Reward
ward Reward for any case of catarrh that can cannot
not cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO. .Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
WALDO, KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter-
nally, acting directly upon the blood I
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
PETTICOATS OX PARADE,
Three-Mile Praeeaalon of Suffragette
on Fifth Avenue, w York Satur Saturday
day Saturday Afternoon.
New York, May 5. The promise of
the woman suffrage leaders to eclipse
all previous demonstrations for their
cause was fulfilled yesterday afternoon
wnen more than 9,000 women and 900
men paraded for three miles up Fifth
avenue under suffrage banners.
Hundreds of thousands of persons
looked on from windows and balconies
of hotels and business places along the
avanue and on the sidewalks were so
crowded for the entire length of the
route that the mounted police were
unable to keep the spectators within
bojinds. There was no disorder, how however.
ever. however. There were women, men and children
In the ranks. Almost every profession
and industry In which women are
engaged from educational leadership to
laundry work was represented by a
delegation under appropriate ban banners.
ners. banners.
THE DEMON'S OF THE SWAMP
are mosquitoes. As they sting they put
deadly malaria germs in the blood.
Tlen follow the icy chills and the fires
of fever. The appetite flies and the
strength fails; also malaria often
paves the way for deadly typhoid. But
Electric Bitters kill and cast out the
malaria germs from the blood; give
you a fine appetite and renew your
strength. "After long suffering,"
wrote Wm. Fretwell, of Lucama, N. C,
"three bottles drove all the malaria
from my system, and I've had good
health ever since." Best for all stom-
ach, liver and kidney Ills. 50 cts. at
Tydings & Co's.
ATTACK ON ONE OF THE
GREATEST MODERN EVILS.
Minneapolis, May 5. Employment of
children under 16 years old- in facto factories
ries factories and textile mills was denounced
at the general conference of the North Northern
ern Northern Methodist Episcopal Church yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. To investigate charges that "in the
textile mills alone, 100 baby hands are
yearly lost as a sacrifice to the greed greed-for
for greed-for wealth," and to formulate an ap appeal
peal appeal to all churches to fight for na na-tonal
tonal na-tonal legislation against child labor,
a commission of fifteen- ministers was
ordered appointed whose duty it will
be to go thoroughly into the subject.
It was announced that the 19,000 minis ministers
ters ministers of the church would institute a
vigorous warfare against what was as asserted
serted asserted to be one of the greatest of
modern evils.
Wash out old sores, festering wouds
and ulcers with DARBY'S PHOPHY PHOPHY-LACTIC
LACTIC PHOPHY-LACTIC FLUID. It is a wonderful dis disinfectant
infectant disinfectant and healing remedy. It heals
up running sores of long standing that
will not yield to an ordinary liniment,
because it destroys poisonous germs,
cleanses the sore of foul matter and
helps nature to repair the damaged
flesh. Price 50 cts. per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney. at the Girard. 'No. 11
East Duval street, just off Main. Best
75c room In the city.
When your food does not digest well
and you feel "blue," tired and discour discouraged,
aged, discouraged, you should use a little HERBINE
at bedtime. It opens the bowels, puri purifies
fies purifies the system and restores a fine feel feeling
ing feeling of health and energy. Price 50c.
Soly by all druggists.

DiKiriG BY mi
i ...
The Munroe & Chambliss
Bank of Ocala desires to par particularly
ticularly particularly call your attention
to the advantages of -Bulking
by Mail.
Deposits may be sent safely
by bank check,' postoffice
money order, express money
order or currency by regis registered
tered registered mail.
We solicit small accounts
as well as large ones, all re receiving
ceiving receiving the same careful and
prompt attention.
THE
MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
BANK
OCALA ... FLORIDA

Lnlted States Postal Savings Uaak
n- Depository
AX EIGHTH OP A MILLION'
Of People are Homeletia and Hungry In
the MlaalBMlppl Flood -'
Country.
New Orleans. May 5. A half dozen
hours of sunshine in "the lower Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi valley yesterday gave some lit-
tie relief from the tense anxiety of the
. ... ,.
last few days. It was just a breath
ing spell, however. The engineers said
the prospects of saving the remaining j
levees were favorable. But the danger
is not paH.
The weather bureau has forecasted
still another foot rise in the river,
, i
above the present record-smashing'
siagtra 1111.-11 uumm iium me
River "south. The crest, with its ac accompanying
companying accompanying increased danger of dis disastrous
astrous disastrous crevasses. is not expected to
pass Baton Rouge and points, south of
there for another week yet.
131,000 Are Homeleiot.
In the Vicksburg territory the United j
States army relief depot has been ;
feeding aond furnishing. supplies to ap- j
proxibately 91.000 homeless people,
about half of whom came from the
overflowed Northeast -Louisiana ter-
ritory, the other half from the Missis-
sippi territory which was covered, by
the waters from the Reulah break in
the east side levees.
The Baton Rouge federal relief de-
partment 'Is furnishing supplies to ap
proximately 30.000 others. Local relief
committee probably .are carrying f or
10.000 other homeless folk.
This gives a grand total of approxi-
mately 131,000 people whom the floods
have driven from their homes.
A XOTED DOCTOR SAYS,
Everyone should use some little anti antiseptic
septic antiseptic powder in the shoes. Confining
i the feet in shoes, is in itself unnatural
and causes a moist or smarting condi condition.
tion. condition. People of refinement now use
daily Allen's Foot Ease, the antiseptic
powder to be shaken into the shoes, and
would as soon go without a dentifrice
as without the use ol Allen's Foot
Ease. (1)
TO POULTRY KEEPERS
Only five cockerels left which will
be sold cheap to quick buyers. They
are large, vigorous and thoroughbred
Rhode Island Reds.
Call at Star office.
Q. E. Peacock.
J. M. Howell, a popular druggist of
Greensburg, Ky., says, "We use Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in our own
household and know it is excellent."
For sale by all dealers.
Fresh Shrimp. Crabs
and
Fresh and Salt
Water Fish.
Best Merchant's
Lunch tor
35 cents
in the city.
Any season's Delicacy
promptly served.
(eating's Cafe.
Chas. Rodoff, Proprietor
TRY JACKSONVILLE'S POPULAR
Hottel Astor
Cor. Bay and Hogan Sts.
Jacksonville. Florida
All modern improvements,
very central location, coolest
rooms in city. Fine sample
rooms.
Rates: f 1.00 $1.50 and $2.00
with bath.
Astor Investment Co.,
Proprietors.
A. B. Vance. President.

IB HI Oil
THE WAY TO SPOKfttiE

Report of an laterewtiae; Jouraey Fro an
Florida by California to the
Yortavrent.
Spokane, Washington,
April 25th. 1912.
Editor Star: At last I hare gotten
still enough to write a few letter's and
will, as I promised at the train, write
you something of my trip.
Our trip up to St. Louis was un uneventful
eventful uneventful except that we were sent
around by Evansville, Ind., instead of
the reguar "Dixie Flyer" route, this,
on account of the floods around Cairo.
We saw nothing of the flood until
we got to SL Louis, and nothing there
only we could see that the river was
very high, railroad tracks along the
river front were submerged.' We had
all day in St. Louis waiting for a
through train over the JJurlington for
Spokane. At Kansas City, the family
and I separated, I going down the
Santa Fe to Albuquerque, N.' M.
In New Mexico the new state legis legislature
lature legislature was in session and they were
certainly having a great time with
their new law-making bodies.
A fair idea of the way that they are
going to run things can be gotfen from
a bill that I noticed was before the
I legislature, and 1 understand became a
ilaw, iVohibiting the pi,nJjigr ftf f fff3r
prize fights thj-rrScheduled to
mo lcF"Hirrr't o r t y f i v e rounds. This
bill was introduced by a representa representative
tive representative from Los Vegas and was built to
fit the Flynn-Johnson fight that is
to be pulled of in that city.
While in Albuquerque we had one
of the sand storms peculiar to that
part of the' country, these storms are
indescribable to those that have never
1, ... . ..,
is so thick that it is impossible to
open ones eyes unless they are well
protected by glasses.
Our train ran out of this sand storm
jinto a very severe snow storm on the
"divide" in Arizona, and out of this
I enftw ctnrrr ran n yi- n IntA thA 5a n
, , ... ... It
Gabriel valley of California with its
. ,
and vineyards, some of the groves
jshow very plainly the effects of the
j cold last winter. The lemon groves
j were hard hit. I saw a great many
i oranges that had been dumped out in
the fields to, rot. I do not think that
! the wood of the orange trees is hurt
but the crop of oranges that were on
the trees is very badly damaged.
Southern California at this time of
the year truly "beggars description."
i The beautiful groves of orange trees
! bordered by the tall eucalyptus trees
j with the snow reaching down from the
(mountains within a mile of the groves
j to one used to the level surface of
j Florida all this appears unreal. The
fact that we can stand In one place
tand within easy reach of the eye are
all the climates from tropical to frigid
j is more than nature realy promises.
j I had one day in Los Angeles which
il enjoyed very much. From Los An-
geles we traversed the San Joaquin
1 valley running almost north and south.
This valley is very level and produces
quantities of grain.
At Stockton, California, I waited
all day in order to catch a train that
would pass through the Mount Shasta
country in the day time.
Although I. have seen much of the
United States I have never seen any
thing so grand, so wonderful as this
Shasta country. At Shasta Springs
the whole mountain appeared to be
chock full of water and leaking all
over. Sparkling water gushing out
everywhere and bounding down the
moutainside through the most beauti beautiful
ful beautiful undergrowth of flowers and trees,
makes a picture that poor mortal man
gazes at and if he has the faculty of
j serious though it makes him realize
his absolute inability to describe the
wonders of nature.
Old Mount Shasta herself stands
more than fourteen thousand four hun hundred
dred hundred feet high and has snow enough
on her to cover Marion county a foot
deep all over. I will not try to con convey
vey convey an idea of the size of this old fel fellow,
low, fellow, is too big. Some idea of the size
can be gained however, by the fact
that a passenger train is in sight of it
the greater part of a day.
Crossing the Cascade mountains on
a railroad train at times looks a little
like shaking dice with the "grim reap reaper."
er." reaper." It is here that the engineers dis displayed
played displayed their greatest talent. At times
a train will work for hours to get up
on the mountains from a valley and
after you have gotten to the top you
can see the whole lay out.
In Portland I found that the city is
counting on giYing the B. P. O. E. a
big time this summer. It is truly a
beautiful city and those coming out
to the convention will enjoy it very
much.
Trees are budding out a little here
but it is very cool yet and a fire feels
mighty good.
I wish that you would send me the
weekly to the address given, at the
beginning of this.
With best wishes to all my friends
I am, Yours very truly,
rercy L. Billingsley.
P. S: I called on Mr. T. B. Snyder
in Portland, found him in splendid
health and doing a nice tailoring busi business.
ness. business. He like all the rest is a great
booster for the Northwest. P. ii B.
PALMETTO LADIG PICXIC
A big -picnic will be held at Palmetto
Landing on the Oklawaha river three three-quarters
quarters three-quarters of a mile southeast from the
residence of Mr. L. B. March. Every Everybody
body Everybody invited to come and bring well
filled baskets. Remember the date.
May 11. We expect to have plenty of
fish, cold drinks and other refresh
ments, to be served on the ground.
Eureka, May 1. J. N". Brinson.
There is a man In Ililtonia, Ga.,
whose release from pain and suffering
is due to Foley Kidney Pills. He re recommends
commends recommends them: "I suffered with
kidney trouble recently and had awful
pains in my back. I got a bottle of
Foley Kidney Pills and after taking
them I am entirely cured and cheerful
ly recommend them to alL" Sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
Your last photo didn't do you justice.
It wasn't taken at the Ocala Photo Co.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, MAY-G, 19iit,

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dtttaer & Carroll Proprietor.
C IX. CarroU, Business Manager.
J. H. Rmjamln. Editor.
M4TBK THE V WILL.
MEET IN THE MOUSING.
The body of Col. John Jacob Astor,
which7 was picked up at sea days after
tbe wreck of the Titanic, was taken to
Rhinecliff-on-th-Hudson last Saturday
morn ins; for funeral services. Later tn
the day the body was brought back
to this city and interred in the Astor
plot tn old Trinity cemetery.
A special train bore the body and
the mourners, members of the Astor
family and a few friends, who went
to the Episcopal church of the Mes Messiah
siah Messiah at Rhmecliff to attend the fu funeral.
neral. funeral. Mrs. Ava Willing Astor. who
was divorced about a year and a half
ago. did. not attend the funeral. His
second wife, nee Miss Force, attended,
as did his daughter. Miss Muriel.
- Mrs. Astor tells the following story
of bow carfully and cheerfully her hus
band waited on her and guarded her
during the two terrible hours from the
time the Titanic struck until the boat
that carried her hilled away from the
sinking ship.
Colonel and Mrs. Astor had both re
tired when the ship struck. Whether
he was awakened by the shock or not
Mrs. Astor has not said. but. at any
rate, he went to his wife's bedside and
awakened her.
Gently he told her that something
was wrong and that he thought she
had better get up and dress. He
dressed before she did and said he'
would go and find out the extent of
the ship's Injury. v
But all the time he was getting
ready he was reassuring his wife,
saying not to be afraid, that the Ti
tanic could not sink.
Loud talking In the companion companion-ways
ways companion-ways near Mrs. As tor's door, the cries
of the steawards awakening the pas
sengers alarmed her, hut she re remained
mained remained calm, as she had the utmost
faith In Colonel Aster's knowledge
of ships and th (jf hLsea. He
if'inilil rr and see Captain
Smith and find out Just what had
happened.
when he went back his face was
graver that It had been, hut. still he
was sure there was no danger. Mrs
Astor did not know at the time, but
since she has come to believe that
her husband must have known that
the Titanic and all her passengers
were In; peril.
The Colonel told his wife that the
Titanic had struck a submerged Ice
berg and was apparently resting on
it. He assisted her in the final de details
tails details of dressing, but without hurry,
and his calmness encouraged her
greatly.
Mrs, Astor did not have all of her
Jewelry with her. Of course, she toad
her engagement ring, a magnificent
oblong diamond, and a string of
superb pearls. Colonel Astor stood
by as his wife took these from a
jewel case and put them on. along
with other less important pieces, a
beautiful pin, among other things
that he had given her.
When she was ready they went to
another deck, probably the boat deck.
There were a few other persons there
at the time. All put on life pre preservers.
servers. preservers. This contradicts the report
that Colonel Astor would not or did
not at least take this precaution. He
saw particularly that his wife's belt
was adjusted properly.
His solicitude for Mrs. Astor was
then shown .In another way. She
shrank from the cold and he noticed
It. He said:
You are not dressed warmly
enough, my dear. That suit you have
on Is too light." and then he noticed
that she had put on one of the light lightest
est lightest costumes in her wardrobe.'- Col.
onel Astor then ordered Rollins, the
valet, to return to the suite and get
one of Mrs. Astor's heaviest dresses.
Rollins quickly returned with the
garments and Mrs. Astor changed her
gown. putting on the heavier dress.
The nurse and the maid and Mr. Astor
all assisted her in this operation.
The life preserver was again ad adjusted
justed adjusted and also a fur coat was made
up of several kinds of fur and put
over all. By that time most of the
boats had been lowered with their
human frleght. and Mrs. Astor was
told to get into one. She did so. She
thinks it was the last or next to the
last craft that left the Titanic. She
is of his opinion because other boats
were bobbing far out in the dim
starlight and she saw no others near nearer
er nearer the foundering ship.
Emphatically she denied the report
that Colonel Astor got Into or made
any attempt to enter the lifeboat In
which she was. He was the calmest
man on the Titanic's deck, so far
as she could see. He said:
"The sea is calm and you will be
all right. Tou are in good hands
and I will meet you In the morning."
SOCIETY MUST LEARN
TO SAVE THE SHIP
Says the Pensacola Journal:
Condemnation has been heaped Upon
the heads of the officials of the White
Star Line on account of the evidence
revealing the fact that the sinking of
the Titanic was uncalled for and could
and would have been prevented had
the officials done their duty.
The world shudders at the thought
of seventeen hundred souls going
down to death on account of negli negligence.
gence. negligence. It is awful to contemplate, but
each day of the three hundred and sixty-five
days in the year, seventeen hun hundred
dred hundred persons in the United States die
from preventable diseases and the
world goes on without giving assist assistance.
ance. assistance. Statistics reported by the Conservva Conservva-tlon
tlon Conservva-tlon Commission on the National Vi Vitality
tality Vitality reveal the fact that of the mil million
lion million and a half deaths which occur, in
this nation 42 per cent of them are
from preventable diseases.
Senator Owens has Introduced, a bill
In the United States senate establish establishing
ing establishing a "government health service. This
bill provides for the co-ordination of
the -public health and marine hospital
service, the food and drug act and
the division of vital statistics, so that
they may serve the nation more eco economically
nomically economically and efficiently than they
can at present, scattered In three dif different
ferent different departments.
The Owen bill has been reported
favorably by the committee on public
health and national quarantine of the
senate, and is now number 561 on the
calendar.
The Journal has not gone Into the
merits of the bill, but it does appear
that its operation might do some good,
and it will probably receive favorable
consideration.
What would you give to prevent
seventen hundred souls going down
to death as was the case when the
Titanic sank?
Society should realise that It con-

trots th life boats and that those

dying' daily from preventable diseases
need assistance just as much as the
ones did out In the middle of the At Atlantic.
lantic. Atlantic. The statistics are hard to be
lieve, but they are probably true.
A. M. C. RUSSKLLw
A Brooksville special to the Tampa
Times of Saturday said:
Hon. A. M. C Russell, educator and
newspaper man. died at ms nome nere
at 3 o'clock this morning. Death re resulted
sulted resulted from a carbuncle on the neck.
Mr. Russell was sixty-one years old
and is survived by a widow and eight
children. He had been, ill for several
weeks, and was forced by this illness
to virtually abandon his catnpign for
state superintendent of public instruc
tion. '
The funeral will occur tomorrow
afternoon. Interment will be made in
Brooksville cemetery.
Absalom M. C. Russell was born
In Bibb county. Ga., in 1851. He
came of a family of newspaper men.
His .father. W. M. Russell, was editor
and owner of the Bainbridge Argus.
His brother. Rufus A. Russell, is bus
iness manager and one of the found
ers and owners of the Jacksonville
Metropolis. Mr. Russell was educated
at Emory College. Oxford, Ga. He be
gan his career as a newspaper man.
and when death overtook him today
he was still in active harness, as
editor and owner of the Brooksville
Argus, a weekly newspaper. 'His first
newspaper, work was at Albany Ga
Later he ran a paper at Apopka City.
and his Brooksville paper was found
ed in 1900. being at first a monthly
periodical published in the interest of
educational matters. He took a prom
Inent part in school matters and in
1883 was elected superintendent of
schools in Hernando county, a posi
tlon which he filled with great ability.
That was in 1883 In 1885 he was ap appointed
pointed appointed postmaster at Brooksville.
serving five years, and in 1893 he was
again elected superintendent of
schools, to which position he was re reelected
elected reelected for a number of terms, and
after retiring from the office several
years ago devoted all of his time to
his newspaper work, retaining an ac active
tive active interest in educational affairs. He
also served as mayor of Brookjyai
ana memoer oi tne cuy-councii. tie
was closely Identified with church
work, being a devout Methodist, and
for a time did work In the ministry
of that denomination. He was a mem member
ber member of the Masonic order.
In 1872 Mr. Russell married Mis3
Arnie Mounger, daughter of Judge
and Mrs. E. L. Mounger of Cuthbert,
Ga. Of the union four sons and four
daughters were born. The widow and
all eight children survive him. One
of the sons. A. M. C. Russell, Jr., is
editor of the Palmetto News.
Professor Russell entered the cam campaign
paign campaign for state superintendent of pub public
lic public instruction this spring, and but
for his illness would have made a
much better race. He was highly re regarded
garded regarded 'and well known throughout
the state.
PHILLIPS THANKS HIS FRIENDS.
For Their Support la the Recent Pri PrimaryBelieves
maryBelieves PrimaryBelieves He Waa Right and
I Glad He Made tbe Race.
To my friends and all who sup supported
ported supported me in my race for Congress:
I desire to thank you for the splendid
and loyal support that you gave me In
my contest for a seat in Congress. I
appreciate everything you did for me.
I wish I could shake the hand of
every one of you as I tell you so. We
fought against great odds. The com combination
bination combination was simply too strong. All
things considered, I feel that we made
a splendid fight.
I am glad I made the race. I thought
I was right and still think so. I did
my best. I made a clean, fair and open
fight. I regret my defeat, but it will
not hurt me. Every man who runs for
office cannot win. A majority of the
Democratic voters of this District haye
decided against me and I accept their
verdict without a murmur.
Yours truly,
H. S. Phillips.
Tampa, Florida. May 6, 1912.
LIGHT AND SPENCER
WILL BE LEGISLATORS.
At the meeting of the executive com committee
mittee committee Saturday, it was resolved that
Messrs. Light and Spencer should be
declared the nominees for representa representatives,
tives, representatives, and so far as the county is con concerned
cerned concerned the primary contests Is ended
except in three commissioners' districts
WILSON HAS TEXAS.
In Saturday's Primary, Woodrow
Wilson carried Texas, and his political
funeral is again postponed.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. TJ. OP A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Tonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
nonth. Geo. I Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
When I
DINE
I Always ?
With Billy g
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WILL LEE'S i
Cafe i
Tbe best place in tbe city
L1USIC EVERY EVENING
from 6:00 to 7:30
We can supply you with pure ice ror
all purposes, whether your require requirements
ments requirements are for home use or for a car carload.
load. carload. Place your orders with us.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING CO.
OCALA, FLORIDA.

INTERNATIONAL
HARVESTER CASE

President KcCormick Makes a
Reply to Changs.
HE OEFEilDS THE ORGANIZATION
Statement issued In Connect!- with
the Government's Suit to Dis Dissolve
solve Dissolve International Ha,
vester Company.
The government filed a dissolution
suit in the federal court at St. Paul,
Minn., April 30, against the Interna International
tional International Harvester company, alleging
violation of the Sherman law and mak making
ing making the general charges that are cus customary
tomary customary in a bill of this kind, and ask asking
ing asking for whatever reliefs are consid considered
ered considered necessary by the court. The bill
is a very long one and therefore can cannot
not cannot be reproduced, but it sets forth.
In effect, that the Harvester company
is a monopoly in restraint of trade,
has used oppressive methods in forc forcing
ing forcing its agents to handle its goods ex exclusively,
clusively, exclusively, etc. To these charges Pres President
ident President Mccormick has made the fol following
lowing following reply:
"The International Harvester case
differs radically in Its facts from all
the so-called 'trust cases heretofore
decided under the Sherman law. The
International Harvester company was
organized in 1902 for the purpose of
- Ctiffng economy -Jn.the manufacture
and sale of harvesting macTtifleryrana'
of Increasing the foreign trade. It
had no water in Its capitalization, and
it has earned only a reasonable return
on its capital. less than 7 per cent
per annum on the average. The prices
of its machines are now substantially
the same as in 1902, notwithstanding
an increase of 15 per cent In raw ma material
terial material prices and 30 per cent in wages.
The company has caused a large sav saving
ing saving to American farmers In the cost
of agricultural implements. It has in increased
creased increased the foreign trade in agricul agricultural,
tural, agricultural, implements four-fold in nine
years; its foreign sales in 1911 were
over $42,000,000. It has not sold cheap cheaper
er cheaper abroad than at home. Its treatment
of its customers, its employes, its
agents and its competitors has been
in accord with the highest standard
of ethics and honorable business meth methods.
ods. methods. To the farmers it has given bet better
ter better service and better machines; to
agents and dealers, a less hazardous
and fluctuating business and to its em employes
ployes employes it has given- higher wages, im improved
proved improved and sanitary working condi conditions,
tions, conditions, insurance against sickness, ac accident
cident accident and old age, and a share in the
profits.
"The charges of misconduct found
in the bill have been met and dis disproved
proved disproved by the company in other cases;
and they will again fail, because they
are untrue. The supreme court of
Missouri, in a suit in which those
charges were fully gone into, said:
" 'On the whole, the evidence shows
that the International Harvester com company
pany company has not used its power to oppress
or injure the farmers who are its cus customers."
tomers." customers." "And again:
" 'The price of harvesting machines
has not Increased in proportion to the
increased cost of construction or the
increased merit of the machines, and
respondent has brought other farm Im Implements
plements Implements into trade."
' 'The evidence also shows that the
machines manufactured by the Inter International
national International Harvester company have been
greatly improved in quality and the
item of repair material has been re reduced
duced reduced in price and placed within closer
reach of the farmer.'
"The organizers of this company
acted under the advice of able counsel,
and in the sincere belief that they
were violating no law. If under later
decisions it should be held that the
law was violated, it could only be
through the creation of a power to op oppress
press oppress which has never been exercised.
"More than six years ago the com company
pany company asked for its investigation by tbe
United States government, and opened
all its books and records for inspec inspection,
tion, inspection, and furnished all information re requested.
quested. requested. No suggestion of any change
In its business methods has been made
to it by the, government at any time.
Recently, a full and frank discussion
of the whole situation has been had
between the representatives of the gov government
ernment government and the company, in an hon honest
est honest desire upon both sides to avoid
litigation. Some plan may yet be
found which will obviate the necessity
of any protracted litigation by satis
fying the claims made under the Sher Sherman
man Sherman act without seriously Impairing
the economic advantages and benefits
secured by the organization of this
company. No form of reorganization,
however, was suggested by the govern government
ment government which seemed practically pos possible.
sible. possible. "The government has been careful
to avoid embarrassment to the foreign
business from the lhiirMon; tbe bill
makes no atack upen. and see! s no
change in, the export business of the
company. The filing of the bill will
in no way interfere with the company's
carrying on its business the same as
heretofore.
FORT KING CAMP NO 14.
WOODMEN OF THE AVORLD
Next regrular monthly meeting: will
be held at 8 o'clock Friday evening.
May 10th, at Yonge's Hall.
R. N. Dosh, C. C.
Chas. K. S3.ge, Clerk.
OCALA AERIE NO. 1814, 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 Ha 11. Visiting broth brothers
ers brothers are always welcome.
F. G. B. Weihe, President.
N. L. Williams. Secretary.
FOR SALE One good saddle horse.
Inquire of Mrs. W. P. Edwards.

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MONEY LOST.
Lost, on the streets this morning, a
folding' leather purse, with advertise advertisement
ment advertisement of K. J. Riles. Jacksonvile, print printed
ed printed on same, containing' one $10 bill.
Finder will be rewarded by returning
same to this office or to residence of
M. E. Robinson
rULULA LOiniU NO. 2A I. O. O. F.
Tulula Lodare No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday at 8 u. m.. in Yonire's Hall.
Visiting brethren always welcome.
Jake Brown, Noble Grand.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lod2?e No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets sec second
ond second and fourth Tuesday eveninsrs in
each month. Visitinar brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Conventions held every MondajT eve evening
ning evening in Castle Hall over Carlisle's
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting knights. .J. G. Ferguson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. and S.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
You will find that your dollar has a
surprisingly large purchasing value
here In QUALITY MEATS fresh, salt
and cured.
Our prices reflect the lowest market
prevailing our meats represent the
choicest and finest obtainable.
Try this sanitary market let us
show you just how excellently we can
please you. Phone 108.
W. H. MARSH
Phone 108 New City Market.
OCALA. FLORIDA.
GO TO
JERRY BURNETT
MERCHANT TAILOR
For Taibr-Made Clothing and
Cleaning. Pressing and
Repairing
PHONE 73
Prices in Keeping with Good
Work
WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS.. PROPRIETORS
PHONE 296
Baggage, Freight, Pianos, Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Gien All Orders.
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUiLDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the cltr.

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AT THE IDEAL THEATER
USE OF CROSS IN HERALDRY
More Than Four Hundred Forms
the Device Are Recognized In
That Science.
of
In early pagan days the cross waa
a Symbol of shame and Ignominy, and
only those deformed or misshapen
trees that could be used for no other
purpose were formed Into crosses
But since the cross has become dear
to Christians, says the "Ave Maria,'
the most precious woods and metals
have been formed Into It. To the third
century may be traced" the .custom of
making the Sign of the Cross. In
the days of Constantino, Christians
painted crosses on the entrances of
their houses as a symbol of their
faith.
The impetus to the use of the cross
In heraldry was given by the Crusa
ders, who wore a red cross upon their
right shoulder as a token of the ob obligation,
ligation, obligation, they had taken upon them themselves.
selves. themselves. Its form and meanings in her heraldic
aldic heraldic designs are many. In fact, over
four hundred and seven different
forms have been recorded by students
of biography and genealogy.
In heraldry the cross la formed by
two perpendicular and two horizontal
lines crossing In the center of the
shield. This form is modified In va various
rious various ways by additions and combina combinations,
tions, combinations, thus expressing many meanings.
It has been said that human intelli intelligence
gence intelligence has never devised a system so
infinite in its varieties and so endless
in its application as. Is to be found In
the science of heraldry, in which fig figure
ure figure twenty-seven basic or fundamental
crosses.
The Greek cross has all four arms
of equal length, while the Latin cross
has the earth end longer than the oth other
er other three arms. The Calvary or Christ
Cross rests upon three steps or de degrees.
grees. degrees. The Patriarch cross is recog recognized
nized recognized by its double crossbar. The
St. Andrew's cross is an X, in tclren
of the form of cross on which that
saint suffered martyrdom by having
his hands and feet bound to its four
arms. The St. Anthony cross is
shaped like a T, and has its name
from the cross that St. Anthony, ab abbot,
bot, abbot, wore upon hi3 cloak, though the
origin of his cross seems to be Egypt Egyptian.
ian. Egyptian. It is a matter of Interest that many
American families have the cross as
the basic emblem of their escutcheons.
Among them are at least five of the
presidents. The Garfield shield has a
blue cross in the dexter canton, and
the family motto is, "In the cross I
conquer." The Tyler shield had on It
a bar, two crescents and a cross, form.
The shield of the Adams family was
adorned by a large cruciform device.
THE WAY HE TOOK IT.
Her Father Young man, I cannot
permit my daughter to leave the pa parental
rental parental roof.
Her Suitor Say no more that'i
the gravy. That will lay all over hir hiring
ing hiring a flat.
How Sad.
How sad It is
To go through l!fe
And have to kiss
An usly wife!
A Vigorous Performer.
"Does your boy Josh play on the
football team?"
"No," replied Farmer CorntasseL
"John wouldn't stand fur no molly mollycoddle
coddle mollycoddle job like that. He's the feller
that leads the mob and wrecks opry
houses after the game is over."

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the famous Economy Fruit
half -gallon fizes. This jar

hy the heat of the boiled

canned has no mbler band to deteriorate and allow

the fruit to 'spoil is simple, durable and econom-

ie.il, as its name implies.
guarantees the contents if

auce with their d irection?," to never spill. The open openings
ings openings in these glass jars -are. large and are easily filled
or emptied. f
Call at the store ai.d wo tl e j:s and how they are
.sealed and g t a booklet conhiining many valuable
household receipts. Price of the jars as follows: N"- r'v
Pints, per dozen.-. ..$1.C0

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Half-Gallons, per dozen ...

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are a necessity to every well kept farm or home. As with
every other piece of steel we sell, oor scythes and sickles are
goaranteed both as to quality and satisfaction.
The best place to buy hardware is where you get the

ocsl. from a stand-point ot value merit and quality if pays
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SI. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LORETTO (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding school for "boys, conducted by the Sisters of St. JosepY
Boys from eight to fourteen years received, and carefully trained c
physical, intellectual, moral and social lines- Healthy location. Ma -nificent
swimming pool. Complete equipment In schoolrooms, dorn
tories, dining hall and recreation rooms. .
APPLY FOR PROSPECTUS TO THE SISTER SUPERIOR.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY. LORETTO. FLORIDA.

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THIS picture is from an actual photograph of a bunch
of mules bought by us in Atlanta, recently. It is a
fair sample of a lot we now have in stock at our stables in
Ocala. This lot of fine mules for Farm, Turpentine or
Mill purposes, is the last carload we are likely to have this
season, so if you need any, come in and get them.
Remember, we are here always, if stock is not as
represented, our' reputation and guarantee stands back of
the sale.

OCALA,

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frnit or vegetables ib be"
: The company absolutely T I
the jar, if put up in accord-
1.25
1.50
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CW IffiriLE liXSS

. Here ts dime. 8ave It. Not a large amount, you say? No, you're
right, yet It represents ten per cent interest on on dollar for a year. It's
the little things that count In this life. History tells us that the .; Duke of
Wellington attributes the victory of the Allies at-Waterloo to the closing:" of
the Hngomont Castle gates by James .McDowell and John Graham. It was a
small thing:. Hat the results hare oeen 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
wears away the stone. The little point o the auger prepares the way for
the large bored hole. A single grain of corn produces from one to two per perfect
fect perfect ears. And so the little dime is a part of a dollar. Dollars at Interest
produce dollars just as surely as the seed sown on rich ground brings forth
an abundant harvest. Then save the DIME! Watch It grow.

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THE HABERDASHER
Just received a lare line of .Ties in Bat Wings,
25c and 50c
Foiir-in-IIandH, all 8tyl-8 and grades
25c to $1.50
Handkerchiefs, 10c, 3 for 25c; 15c, 2 for 25c
Fine Linen, In ilials. 25c
Large line Shins, all colors and pure white,
50c to $3.00
Any thing you want in Hosiery, 10c to $1.00
per pair Com in and let me r how you what I have.

M. A. WATERMAN f;

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AUTOMOBILE OWMEKS

The Brewa laipalae Tire Puip aa Tea time, meatj, labor, la ate
lacka aad-troag laaavage. By aliaply remoriag a spark plus aad at attar
tar attar hi ac fiay eoaaeetloa M laMuedlately 011s your tire ltk pure, Creak
Jr with power f row tke eaglae of your auto. Meat woaderf ul laves laves-tloa
tloa laves-tloa of tka age. Na experiment. Satlnfaetloa gaaraateed. AVe are Flor
id a Mtate ageata. Let aa kava year order bow. .. Price complete, 915.
MNKGIHIX t LAMG

Tribute to Amazons.
The magnificent example, of the
women of Dahomey should be made
widely known wherever their more civ civilized
ilized civilized slgters are to be found strug struggling
gling struggling for their rights. Frederick Mar Mar-tyn
tyn Mar-tyn of the French, foreign legion, who
fought In the recent Dahomey cam campaign,
paign, campaign, tells us emphatically that "the
female of the species is more deadly
than the male." The Senegalese tirail tirailleurs
leurs tirailleurs were -attacked by the Amazons,
and Mr. Martyn says that "any one in inclined
clined inclined to sympathize with the Ama Amazons
zons Amazons on account of their sex and to
look upon the combat between them
and our men aa unequal, may take it
from me that their sympathy would be
misplaced. These young women were
far and away the best men in the Da Da-homeyan
homeyan Da-homeyan army, and woman to man
were quite a match for any of us.
They fought like unchained demons,
and if driven Into a corner, did not
disdain to use their teeth and nails.'
It may be an error of policy to make i
these facts known, and thus to stimu
late & militancy already vigorous
enough.
Unseen Universe.
In the vicinity, of the star S. Cor Coronas
onas Coronas Australia Innes and Worsell
have found a patch of sky 26 minutes
of arc In diameter where no star can
be seen with a 9-inch refracting tele telescope.
scope. telescope. According to Innes, who discusses
the 'subject In 'Transvaal Observa Observatory
tory Observatory Circular No. 5," the apparent ab absence
sence absence of start in this region is due
to the occurrence of some absorbing
medium. Interposed between us and
distant parts of the universe.
Stars In the neighborhood of the
dirk region are enveloped in nebula?;
while Just on the border of It there is
a star which has been observed to
fluctuate in magnitude between 11.0
and 12.2, and which was invisible
during the years 1899-1901.
, The latter fact Is accounted for on
the supposition that the absorbing me medium?
dium? medium? was for a time in front of the
star, : but has since withdrawn
from it.
8upplantlng Mr. Howella.
Prof. Brander Matthews, at a dlnner
In New York, said of literary criti criticism:
cism: criticism: "A good deal of It, too, is biased.
A good deal of it Is like Mr. Walton's.
"Mr. Walton's daughter, a college
girl, wrote, at the age of 18, a novel
which her father brought out for her
at his own expense.
"During the Christmas holidays Mr.
Walton gave a party in his daughter's
honor, and at this party the young
girl read from an improvised platform
chapters out xt her book.
"Her fond old father was carried
away by the reading. So tremendous
ly indeed did his admiration for his
daughter's talent enkindle him that,
as the girl read on, the old man could
be beard muttering over and over:
"Howella be hanged! Howella be
banged!"
That Woman.
If she wants the last word.
In spite of grim fate.
Though she may be a bird.
She's the deuce of a mate.
8he Controls It.

T don't believe in equal suffrage.
I am opposed to a woman's controlling
a rote"
That's right. By the way, why
weren't you at the polls the other
day? Didn't you want to support
the partyrv.
. Tea but my wife wouldn't let me."

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GREAT CELEBRATION
AT EAST LAKE.
On the 22nd. the Lake Weir Yacht
Club will hold its trrat house warm tn sr. I
when the new club house will be ded-
icated and formally opened. The pro-
gram on this occasion Includes an ex-
curslon down in the afternoon on the-
A. C. Wvia special train to return that
night: a big fish fry with corn cakes,
and a grand ball In the evening, with
boat rides on the lake, etc., etc.
THE TRAGEDY OF USELESSNESS
"I am despondent. I have but $3.50
In my pocket and "can not get work.
When, my money is gone I am going to
end my life." Such was the letter Jus-
tice of the Peace John H. Crooker re-
i .i T7.i-.
held the inuest over the writer.' Max
Ackerman. having given up the battle,
for life, shot himself
He left an estate consisting of a cop copper
per copper cent, a Mexican, luck niece which
did not bring him luck, and a pistol.
Max Ackerman's mistake In life was
the mistake thousands of others make.
He had neglected to see to it that he
was valuable to other men.
Once he was a prosperous business
man; once ne was known as renned.
Once he wore good. clothes. But trag tragedy
edy tragedy came Into his life. He found him himself
self himself unwanted every where unwanted.
The greatest-sadness man can endure
is to be unwanted unwanted and of
service to no one.
And it Is easy to become useless!
Houston Tex., Stylus,
R. B. Cates, a man known to many
of our Inverness citizens, was shot and
killed Saturday night at White Springs
by a man named Hunter. It is alleged
that Hunter crept to the rear door of
Cates fruit stand at about 8 o'clock,
where he shot him through the heart.
killing him instantly. During the ex
citement which followed. Hunter es
caped to a warehouse in the rear of a
grocery store and barricaded himself.
From a window he shot at a small
crowd of men. No one at that time
was awar of the identity of the mur
derer. After several attempts to get
him to surrender, the posse commenced
i in c, suuuiiufi iiuvugu niuuuirs. AVi
about 10 o'clock a rush was made and I
Hunter was found dead, he having 'been
hit by a dozen or more bullets. Inver
ness Chronicle.
Jno. C. Rogers has removed back
here from Ocala, and is quartered at
the Orange, which hostelry he has a
contract for re-papering. Mr. Rogers
is a fine workman, has many friends
iri Inverness, and it is to' be hoped he
will make this his future home. In Inverness
verness Inverness Chronicle.
HIS INNINGL
The waitress at the Llttlehat tna
smoothed her apron and turned, gig giggling,
gling, giggling, to her assistant. There's a reg regular
ular regular old countryman Just come in,"
she whispered. "He's ordered a chow,
der first, the way they always do.
When It comes to dessert I'm going
to have some fun. You listen."
The old countryman was taking bis
last spoonful of chowder from his tilt tilted
ed tilted plate when he became aware that
the waitress was hovering near him.
He looked up, and she spoke in a
clear, carrying tone.
"We've got four kinds of pie," she
said. "Which will you haver
The shrewd old eyes twinkled up
into the pretty, impertinent face.
"I'll have a piece o' the last." said
the old countryman, gravely.
Plenty of Purpose.
"I have here a poem."
"Is it a poem of any serious pur purpose?"
pose?" purpose?" Inquired the editor of the High Highbrow
brow Highbrow Magazine.
"It Is. sir. It was written to pay

K. of P. meet this evening.

Circuit court meets tomorrow.
Elks' meet tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
P. U. of A. meets Thursday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Mr. L. R. Chazal went to Jacksonville
today.
$15 7 rooms,
Packham.
big lot, soft water.
Judge Gober went to Dunnellon this
morning.
Dr. A. L. Blaloek, phyalrlaa, paoae
saber 132.
Kodak finishing done by experts at
the Ocala Photo Co.
Dr. E. G. Peek's afiee phone la No.
MM his realdeaee phoae, No. 301.
At the Ocala Photo Co. we develop
your films free If bought from us.
FOR RENT Corner South 7th and
Watula street, two-story, seven-rooms,
large lot $15. H. C. Packham.
MeasTs. William Wolff and W. B.
Gallagher went out on the road this
morning.
FOR SALE 20-hp. Ford runabout
'car. and equipment. $250 cash. Ad-
dress. F. IL M., care Star. 6td
Messrs. A. T. Thomas and Tom Sex Sexton
ton Sexton went down to the mines on Sunny Sunny-jim
jim Sunny-jim this morning.
WANTED Teachers wanted for the
public schools. Address D. T. Bald Baldwin,
win, Baldwin, Agua Neuva, Texas.
jthony spent Sunday with their friend3
at Eastlake.
Get your prescriptions tilled by BecK
at the Court Pharmacy and know they
are right.
. Miss Edith Sumner of Dade City is in
the city, the guest of her" sister. Mrs.
Charles Goddard, for several months.
' s
WANTED A few young men room roomers;
ers; roomers; large, airy and well furnished bed
rooms. Call at 113 South 3rd street.
If you are In a hurry for your pre prescriptions,
scriptions, prescriptions, try the Court Pharmacy's
quick delivery system.
Mrs. Bittinger and daughter. Miss i
Adele. went to Eastlake Saturdav. to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Alex Wynne.
Cooking with paper ags? Call us
up for a package at 1 5c. The Post
Office Drug Store.
Mr. John Mathews came up from
Candler yesterday, to see his mother,
.who has just returned from Oklahoma.
'e guarantee to teach you how to
use your Kodak. Bring your films to
the Ocala Phdto Co.
Cook your next roast m a paper nag,
and get the bag from the Post Office
Drug Ktore- 25c the package.
FOR SALE Four hundred and fifty
bushels seed peanuts at one dollar per
bushel. Apply Howell & Griggs, Oak,
Fla.
'
Mrs. H. C. Dozier was operated on
Hospital, sne stood tne operation wen,
and wiU Probably soon be out again.
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work
Can give you the formula if you like
25c the package at
Drug Stores.
the Post Office
1
Th ctnAv a1c nf ih Wnman'o PMnH
has finished its yearly course of study
and has
months
disbanded for the summer
Parker Lucky Curve Fountain Pens
In any style or shape. A large assort assortment,
ment, assortment, to select from at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. Little Margaret. the eight-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hyde,
Is very sick at the home of her parents
in the fourth ward.
FOR RENT Four room Hat; also
cottage of seven rooms, electric lights
and bath; near primary school. Mrs.
R. D. Fuller.
Mr. C. H. Dame went to Jacksonville
this morning, to see Mrs. Dame, who is
under the care of a specialist in that
city, and is doing well.
Can furnish from one setting to
one thousand pure bred Rhode Island
Red eggs for hatching at $10 per
h.ndred. Ed CarmlchaeL Oct la.
Misses Fay and Vide Campbell ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala Friday from their fath father's
er's father's grove on the shores of Lake Dora,
and will spend the summer here.
Ex-Policeman Grubbs was in town
yesterday, from the big Easterling
farm. Mr. Grubbs likes farming, and
has acquired a fine coat of tan.
Did you know Is was becoming
"quite the popular thing" to drive to
Belleview these lovely nights and get
some of that good ice cream? "Get
the habit." "The Oasis."
WANTED By experienced lady
stenographer, position In lawyer's of office.
fice. office. First class references furnished.
Address, J. C. B., care general delivery,
city. 5 1 3t
A sneak thief made a raid on Mr.
Washburn, at his home in th fourth
ward Saturday night, and carried off
a watch, two savings bank boxes and
a pair of shoes.
Mr. Jos. W. Dodge returned Saturday
from his visit to Jacksonville, where
he' voted and visited his family and
friends. Mr. Dodge likes Ocala. where
he is doing a good business, and ex expects
pects expects to remain here permanently.
" FOR SALE Horse, bright sorrel,
ten years old, weighs 1400. good for
farm work or buggy. Not afraid of
automobiles. Price, one hundred dol dollars.
lars. dollars. A big bargain. Call or address,
R. B. Starbuck, 106 Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 4-27-et
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,
Lees burg. Fla. 4-2S-6t

The Special Illustrated Kditlea mt the
tar By Herlag Vm CaU
Tomorrow."'
The Illustrated. Edition of the Star
will be off the press we hope the last
of THIS month.
If you have an interest'fa the up upbuilding
building upbuilding of Ocala, and in the present presentment
ment presentment of the many unique attractions
of the Erick City as a business, agri agricultural
cultural agricultural and health center, don't fall
to be represented, to help push the
good work along.
Should you want to help, and then
through your own procrastination, find
you have been left out. don't blame
anybody but yourself. And make no
mistake about it, this Illustrated In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Edition will be the finest
thing of its kind ever attempted and
carried out In Marion County editori editorially
ally editorially and typographically, a work of
art that the largest newspaper in the
state would be proud of.
It might be well to see the men in
charge of this edition before it is too
late.
SEE THE IIABV SHOW.
One of the IlrlKhtent Attraction Yet
at the Air Dome Thin
Evenlag.
T,he Air Dome will give its baby show
this evening, and you want to be there
to see your own baby, if you have one,
and your neighbor's baby if you
haven't. Everybody is interested in
some baby or other.
There are some mighty pretty babies
in Ocala, and the artists have caught
the lirtle chaps at their best. They
would be well worth looking at, even
by strangers, and will be exceedingly
interesting to home folks.
Deside the baby show, there will be
J a good selection of the pictures. Fol Following
lowing Following is the program:
The Cook's Revenge, a fine comic.
Her Ladyship's Page, a drama.
His New Wife; one of the best comics
of the season.
MATIXEES AT THE IDEAL.
Don't forget the matinees at the
Ideal, commencing this afternoon, and
given at 3 o'clock every afternoon, at
an unifirm admission of 5 cents. The
best -fun for the children that can be
imagined.
The Ideal is growing in favor and
drawing large crowds every night. Ad Admission
mission Admission nrire. 10 and u cents, and the
'music alone is worth more than the
money.
The Ideal orchestra would be diffi difficult
cult difficult to excel in a much larger city.
There is Professor Porter, who is one
of the finest pianists in the state, Mr.
K. H. Robinson, who has won unstinted
praise since his arrival here by his skill
'Tucker and Leon Fishel. with the cor-
net ana nannet iney maxe up a quar-
tet equal to any.
ANOTHER AUTO ACCIDENT.
Saturday afternoon, Mr. Earl Wilson
of Oak took Miss Kate Adams of this
city out for an auto ride. They went
out the Kendrick road, and from the
reports of people, who saw them pass,
the car was goiris at a rate to make
Bob Burman take notice. In the vicin vicinity
ity vicinity of the limekiln, .at Kendrick. they
met a wagon, which gave them all the
road possible, but still made it neces necessary
sary necessary for their car to swerve to one
side. In doing this, the car skidded,
went iijto the ditch and turned over.
Miss Adams was caught under the
car and severely hurt, but" Mr. Wilson
escaped with the shock and some
bruises. Neighbors went to their help
and a phone message was sent from
l,,c "
i rushed to the scene, ana .miss Adams
was brougM to her home
The young lady was so Severely hurt
that she had to be put under the in-
nuence or opiates, ano Kept unaer mem
for almost twenty-four hours. An arm
and shoulder and an ankle were dis-
located, but were pulled back into
place by her physician. No bones were
broken, and it is hoped that she is not
injured internally.
The car, strange to say, was not
much damage. It was brought to
Gates' garage, and will soon be as good
as new.
SOME FIXE MELONS.
On display in the Monroe and Cham Cham-bliss
bliss Cham-bliss bank are two prize specimens,
one of a long melon, that will weigh
at least five ponds and was grown by
Caldwell Brothers at Candler, and the
other is a well formed, perfectly net netted
ted netted 45's cantaloupe, though still quite
green and not ready to ship only as to
size. It was grown by Walter Ellison
of Anthony.
STEADILY IMPROVING.
Mrs. William Wilson, of Tampa,
formerly Miss Jessilu Martin of this
city, who has been so ill for the past
fourteen weeks, is now steadily im improving,
proving, improving, and is able to sit propped up
in bed for a short time each day. Mrs.
G W. Martin, her mother, has been
with her through he illness, and with
Mr. Wilson, will bring her to Ocala.
as soon as she is able to stand the
trip. Mrs. Wilson has had a long and
desperate fight, first witti typnoid rev-
er and then with malarial fever, and
but for the most careful nursing night
and day, would not have lived.
A few weeks ago. a young lady In
Jacksonville, who was selling ticKets
in a raffle for a Harley-Davidson mo
torcycle, and who saw in the papers
that Mr. H. S. Chambers of this city
was interested in the machines, wrote
a letter to him, asking him to help
her out by taking a chance or two. Mr.
Chambers, with his usual 'good nature.
bought four chances, and when they ar arrived
rived arrived sold a couple of them, one to Mr.
Lawton Bailey. Yesterday, Mr. Cham Chambers
bers Chambers was surprised to receive a letter
from the young lady, telling him one
of his chances had won the cycle, and
when he took stock of his tickets he
found that the lucky number was held
by Mr. Bailey. Lawton won a fine
$235 machine for $1. and Mr. Chambers
has not allowed the fact that he barely
missed the chance himself to make
him backward in congratulating the
winner.
EXAMINERS IN OPTOMETRY
The Florida State Board of Examin Examiners
ers Examiners in Optometry will meet in annual
session at Jacksonville. Fla., on the
29th day of May, 1912, at 9 a. m. in the
Windsor hotel, for the purpose of elect electing
ing electing officers for the ensuing year, and
to transact other business brought
before it. Dr. D. M. Boney. Pres.
Dr. Otto C. Butterwick, Sec'y.
Ocala, Fla., April 27. 1912.
Elks meet Tuesday evening.

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A a Impertait aoti Satisfactory Meet Meeting
ing Meeting of the Ladi'ea Held Satar--
day Afteraooau
The Woman's Club held Its regular
meeting Saturday, May 4th, the presi president.
dent. president. Mrs. Wm. Hocker, presiding. The
program for the afternoon was in
charge of Mrs. Jaek Camp, chairman
of the entertainment committee.
Mrs. Camp reported a Very fine years
work, her committee having assisted
in the medical examination of the
school children, in the InstaHing of
Mire alarms and drills in the primary
school, of agitating the question of
building a high school and actually
starting the fund for same by the pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds from a lecture by Wm. Jennings
Bryan. She said further that the
school board, county commissioners
and superintendent were in hearty
sympathy" and promised every aid, and
that the educational committee pro proposed
posed proposed to keep the movement before
the people until the house was built!
Of course the question of raising
money for the school is the para paramount
mount paramount issue. And Miss Nellie Stevens
urged that everyone look to the. pas
sage of a bill that will come before
the legislature this fall, making 1
legal for. bonds to be issued for school
purposes.
The president further emphasized
the fact that we might be able to in influence
fluence influence votes for the bill, even if we
could not cast any.
Most interesting papers were read of
women of the hour in educational work,
Mrs. Burford reading of the won wonderful
derful wonderful work of Mrs. Ella Flagg Young;
Mrs Chase, of Miss Adelaide Steele
taker's
splendid efforts on rural
school lines; and Miss Bettman of Miss
Susie V. Powers achievements in Mis Mississippi.
sissippi. Mississippi. Mrs. Camp closed the program with
a short review of the new methods
in child training of Maria Montressor.
The business was then taken up,
minutes and reports read, the new club
house discussed and the greatest en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm prevailed. Mrs. Stovall
made her final report of the splendid
Easter edition that netted the club
such a handsome sum.
Mrs. Blalock, as chairman of the
picnic committee, named the time, Fri Friday.
day. Friday. May 10th, the place, Mrs. R. 1
Anderson's farm and extended a cordial
invitation to all workers to attend.
Mrs. Duval, Mrs. Davis and Mrs.. Per Perdue
due Perdue were appointed a nominating com committee
mittee committee for state officers, to report at
the next meeting.
The interest and generous co-operation
of the city council concerning the
leasing of a lot to the club for their
proposed club house was taken up by
the president. The matter of terms
of the lease thoroughly discussed and
letter ordered written to the council
by the secretary.
Four new members were unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously eleeted: Mrs. Eramett Robinson,
Mrs. Louis Lang, Mrs. Elmer De Camp,
and. Mrs. Jessie Haycraft.
Mr. Robinson's generosity in giving
the club the proceeds from the first
night of his new Ideal theater and the
continued kindness of thePeabody
Brothers in loan of the Air Dome for
"Health Night," and their, advertise advertisement
ment advertisement of the Woman's Club night at
the "Ideal," were warmly spoken of by
the chair, who was continuously inter interrupted
rupted interrupted by applause.
The corresponding secretary read, a
letter from Mr. Jake Brown, in which
was enclosed $5 for the new club house
from Mrs. Heggie, who represents Tett Tett-ley's
ley's Tett-ley's tea. Mr. Brown stated that Mrs.
tieggie wished also to renew her gen generous
erous generous offer of tea for the club. "Mrs.
Heggie has furnished free all the tea
that has been served at the club since
Its beginning and an enthusiastic vote
of thanks was sent her.
Mrs. Moorehead read a rousing pa paper
per paper on on lines.- speaking perticularly
of the papers and handbills still blow blowing
ing blowing about our streets, of unsanitary
trash on the sidewalks, and unscreen unscreened
ed unscreened fruit and vegetables. The O. K.
Teapot Grocery was heartily commend commended
ed commended for its advanced move in thorough thorough-screening
screening thorough-screening its house, and a determina determination
tion determination was evident on all sides to pursue
the matter of screening all eatables.
At the conclusion of the program,
Mrs. D. M. Smith and Mrs. Morgan C.
Looney served tall, frosty glasses of
tea, and delicious little cakes. The
next meeting May 18th, will be the
last meeting of the club year. A large
attendance is expected, as it Is the
annual election of officers, final re reports,
ports, reports, etc. Members will' bring their
year books and the constitution and
by-laws will be read.
THE BEST YET
Dr. J. C. Boozer, president of the
Commercial Bank, has on display in
his exhibit of farm products a water watermelon
melon watermelon cut from the vine at Lake Weir
and brought up this morning by Dr.
Henry from Henry & Nixon's field, that
is fourteen inches long, seven inches
in diameter and weighs twelve pounds.
It seems to the Star that thewater thewater-melon
melon thewater-melon and cantaloupe season is nearly
a month ahead of last year.
OFF TO THE REUNION.
The -following Confederate Veterans,
members of Marion Camp, left today
for Macon, to attend the Confederate
Reunion, in that city this week: Alfred
Ayer. B. H. Norris, X. W. Knoblock, J.
A. Pittman. Dr. Christian of Ocala and
It. J. Evans and Dr. Henry of Lake
Weir
BUGGY STOLEN.
Someone stole a black buggy,
with red wheels, and shafts and
leather top, peculiar double spgings
on back, one inside of the other;
no other buggy like it in the coun country.
try. country. Stolen from rear of our store
night of May 2nd. Liberal rewa'Vd
will be paid for information of the
buggy and arrest of party who
stole it.
S. A Moses & Brother, Ocala, Fla.
FOR SALE Two one-horse wagons
for sale. Apply to 31 North 3rd street
west.
Occident Spring
Wheat Flour
BEST MADE
0 pound bag 35c
12 4 44 65c
24 $1.20
CM-THOMAS GO.
SUCCESSOR TO BAXTER CARIi

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To tzzzUL fccCi ,11 hz fccli3C3.
DEPOSITORS OF THE OCALA NATIONAL DAtr.1
IN NEED OF CASH
for xiy bgitinate pnrpess cr3 rciCi ; CESis
ccrity ere iavittd to apply fci a ln fctrc. D o
pliccliccs acted promptly epea c3 ell ticzzztZzj
arc tdd as coaQdealfcl.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR REST

CAPITAL FULLY
H D. STOKES.
I EDWARDS." Pres.
JNO.
Will Carry Wit boat Charge Suealfea
for the Mlaalaidapl Flood.
Sufferer.
Mr. G. T. Mairghs. Ocala manager of
the Southern Express Company, has re received
ceived received the following instructions:
Free transportation over the lines of
the Southern Express Company, is
hereby authorized on shipments of
clothing and supplies, shipped by As As-societies
societies As-societies and Red Cross Societies for
the flood sufferers at Mississippi Val Valley
ley Valley point.
This order effective May 1, and ex
pires May 30.
AT THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
There was a good sized congregation
yesterday morning to welcome Dr. W.
IL Dodge, when he conducted the first
serivce since his severe illness. He
said that in accordance wit a prom promise
ise promise made to his medical adviser,
who had given a very reluctant con consent
sent consent to his speaking he would make
his talk very brief and for the first
time during his ministry he would re remain
main remain seated during his talk.
He commenced by thanking hi3
friends for the many tokens of sym sympathy
pathy sympathy he had received and especially
for the prayers which had been offered
in his behalf and he firmly believed
that in answer to those prayers he had
been almost miraculously returned; to
his work in an unusually short time.
He recalled to his audience that while
Peter was In prison a prayer meeting
was held in a near by building, the
theme of which was the deliverance of
Peter from prison, and when in answer
an angel opened the doors and set him
free his friends could scarcely believe
that it was Peter but said it might be
his ghost.
Dr. Dodge founded his remarks on
the oft repeated writing of Paul when
he urged the people to pray for him
and if the strong man. Paul needed the
prayers of his followers how much
more were they a necessity to the
preachers of today and while his con congregation
gregation congregation had been most urgently and
faithfully praying for his recovery and
return to his people he urged on them
that they pray for the success of his
spiritual work in the upbuilding of the
church and the salvation of souls.
ENTIRELY EFFICIENT OFFICERS.
Mr. Louis W. Duval, chairman, and
Miss Clara Moore, secretary and treas treasurer
urer treasurer of the county democratic executive
committee, deserve the thanks of the
party and the public generally for the
prompt and accurate manner in which
they attended to the committee's busi business.
ness. business. They keep the accounts straight,
take care of the funds and pay the
bills. There is a great deal of work
connected with their offices, and not
much profit, so they are fully entitled
to all honor.
RECORDER'S COURT.
There was quite a number of cases
in the recorder's court this morning,
and quite a lengthy session was re required
quired required to dispose of them alL The fines
aggregate $51 and costs.
OFF TO WEST BADEN.
Messrs. R. S. Hall and T. C. Hall of
this city, S. A. Rawls and F. M. Town Town-send
send Town-send of Jacksonville, left today for
West Baden. Ind., to spend ten days
at those famous springs.
Miss Beulah Hall and her cousin.
Miss Lida McDougall, accompanied
Miss Hall's father to Jacksonville, and
from there they will go on to North
Carolina to spend the summer.
WOMAN'S CLUB PICNIC.
The annual picnic of the Woman's
Club will be held Friday 10th, at the
country home of Mrs. R. L. Anderson.
All -club members are asked to meet at
10:30 Friday morning at the residences
of Mrs. Zewadski and-Mrs. Haile and
those that have conveyances will take
all others to the picnic grounds. Each
person is asked to provide her own
glass, plate, fork, spoon and napkin.
Mrs. L. F. Blalock.
Mrs. T. R. Pyles, -Mrs.
T. R. Bridges,
Mrs. B. H. Seymour,
Committee.
Born this morning at 9 o'clock to Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Goin, out on the Pyles
road, beyond Capt. Pyles home, a
daughter.
FOR SALE Eggs from pure 'Englisn
white and brown penciled wing ducks,
well mated without inbreeding, and
best egg producers. One dollar for 12.
J. H. McClymonds, 32 South Fourth
street, Ocala. Fla.
WANTED Position by experienced
dry goods and gents' furnishing sales salesman.
man. salesman. First class references. Address,
G. A. B.. care general dellvery.5 1 3t
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699. Meets each
Thursday night in hall In Gary block.
G. F. Mershon, Dictator.
12. I ?tapp. Secretary.
MARIOX-DUXX LODGE
NO. 19, F. A A. M.
Marlon-Dunn Lodge Xo. 19 meets In
the Temple on the- first and third
Thursday evenings of each- month.
Visiting brethren cordially invited.
C E. Simmons. W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary.
OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13. R. A.
Regular convocations or me ocata
Chapter. No. 13. R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday of everv month at 8 p. nu
C E. Connor, E. H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary.
Moose meet Thursday evening.

IBIIE

PAID IN C7SgCS

Cashier.
CLARENCE CAMP. Vie.
WEATHER REPORT
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to noon today:
Partly cloudy, wind, south.
' Maximum temperature 8S.
Minimum temperature. 89.
WEATHER FORECAST
Showers tonight and Tuesday.
V. V. C OFFICERS.
Next MeetlMg of tke Dmaatera Will Be
at Lire Oaks.
At the business' session yesterday
afternoon Live Oak was chosen as the
next convention city, having come in
direct competition swlth Jacksonville.
Officers were chosen for the .ensuing
year as follows: Sister Esther Car-
Iotta of St. Augustine, was re-elected
president; Mrs. Charles E. Davis of
Madison was re-elected first vice-presi-
dent; Mrs. John M. Taylor of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville was chosen second vice-president;
Mrs. Rufus L. Moore of Marlanna was
re-elected third vice-president; Mrs. A.
B. Weaver of Miami was named fourth
vice-president; Mrs. D. O.- Henry of
Largo was re-elected recording secre secretary;
tary; secretary; Mrs. R. E. Jarvls of St. Augus Augustine
tine Augustine was re-elected corresponding sec secretary;
retary; secretary; Mrs. C, W. Maxwell of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville was re-elected state treasurer.
The terms of Mrs. J. W. Stephens rec- -.
order, and .Mrs. Minter of Monticello,
state recorder, of crosses, who were
plfftpil tar thrp VAara dirt nnt .Tnlra
Tampa Tribune.
FOR SALE, IMPORTED
. SPANISH PEANUT SEED.
Blue ribbon winners at two succeed succeeding
ing succeeding fairs, and will mature two weeks
earlier than other? varieties. Can.be
planted: as late aa July 15th. V-
, F. W. Ditto..
WATCH LOST
Lost in courthouse April 30th, as
open face, gold case watch, Elgin
movementmovement No. 3443; case Ho,
151841. A reward will be. paid for Its
return to this office.
STORK FOR RENT
The new and handsome store room,
roomy and modern plate glass front.
Pnsifteftsian-at one. Anil fn h fitted
up according to needs of tenant. Ap-pL'-to
Ocala Lumber A Supply Co.
PIANO FOR SALE CHEAP
A $450 Hartford piano, new and In
fine shape, for sale at your own price. price.-Call
Call price.-Call at Star office. .
BOY SCOUTS MEETING
There will be a meeting of the Boy
Scouts at the Air Dome Monday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, at 5 o'clock, to decide on future
movements of that fine organisation."
All members should be -present.
Sunday's Times-Union prints a hand-,
some portrait of Mrs. E. M. Howard of
this city, president of Dicklson Chapi Chapiter,
ter, Chapiter, U. D. C, who has been appointed
matron of honor to the Second Florida
Brigade. U. C. V., and will attend the
Confederate reunion in Macon this
week, Mrs. Howard Is a grand-daughter
of Governor Floyd of Virginia, who
was secretary of war under president
Buchanan's administration.
Mrs. Charles Mathews arrived Satur- -day
afternoon from- Oklahoma, where,
she has been fr some months, nursing
her daughter, Mrs. George Earle Yan
cey, back to health from a serious ill-
ness. Mrs. Mathews had a difficult. and
rather dangerous journey through the
flooded region. In many places tha
trains had to be run through water al almost
most almost up to the firebox of the engine,"
She came via Memphis.
Miss May Muncaster of Florence. 8.
C. arrived this afternoon to visit her-1
brother, Mr. R. C. Muncaster. Mrs.
Muncaster and son, who have been vis visiting
iting visiting in Florence, "stopped In Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville for a few days visit to her par"
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kay, and will 7
come home Saturday.
Rev. L. B. Warren preached two fla'
sermons at the Baptist church yester
day morning and evening. .Mr. Warren :
is a superb pulpit orator. His sermons
are never lengthy, but there is always
something in them for each individual
member of his congregation, and their
scope embraces alL :
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OCAIiA EVENING STAR, 3IOXDAY, 6, 1912.

Yes, Butt Is it Right?
Carrying a watch is of little, value unless it keeps
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.
A. E. IBIUIRMIETrTr,
JEWELER,
OCALA, : : : : : FLORIDA.

A GREAT MOUSE FURNISHING
ESTAMJSMEWT
Following are ost a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in otr Great Furniture, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the -stock over, you will find many
things you want.

For the Office
Roll and Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
Desks, Office Chairs, Stools, Sofas, Etc.
J For the Dining Room
Handsome Bound or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Bogs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, Bonffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Parlor Furniture
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Backed or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Bugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures.
Bedroom Furniture
. Beautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Birdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Bugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers, and
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and fee 'Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. Stoves and Ranges
in Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Hardware Department
Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Sissors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rifles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons, Etc.
Carriage and Harness Dept
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for air Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc., in the Coutnry.
dies. Lap Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
MelVER & MacKAY
PHONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.

AT THE HP OF
OUR FINGERS
lies knowledge of every part of an
automobile. We don't have to guess
what is wrong with the car sent here
we know. If your machine needs at attention
tention attention better send it here where ex expert
pert expert reparing is assured, where the
charges are always reasonable and the
work promptly done.

FflOFMa Auatto Sales Co.

North of Government Building

Ocala. Fla.

Ocala Northern R. R.Co.
TIME TABLE No. 5
In Effect Sunday, iMarch 31st, 1912

Southbound

Northbound

1H. 19 Mixed
Leave ......Palatka. 5:4 a. m.
Arrive Ocala...... 10:3 5 a. m.

New 17 PtMeBser
t-- Palatka...:... 5:10 p. m.

Arrive

.Ocala 7:45 p. m.

No. 15 Pieaer

LeaTe Palatka 10.50 a. m.

Arrive Ocala

,....1:20 p. m.

No. 12 PiiMiger
Leave .......Ocala 7:30 a. m
Arrive Palatka 10:10 a. m
No. 14 Pasneng-er
Leave Ocala ...2:30 p. m
Arrive Palatka 4:50 p. m
' No. 18
Leave Ocala 12:15 p. m.
Arrive Palatka 4:40 p. m.

Dally.
Dally Except Sundays.
Connects at Ocala with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line
Connects at Palatka with Q. S. & F.. F. E. C. and A. C. L.
S. P. DOIUNRAKE, General Passenger Agent,
Ocala, Florida

The-Wreck
of the
Titaim
By Morgan Robertson

Copyright. 1S3S; by M. F. MansGeld.
Copyright. 1312. by Morgan RoV
ertson. All rights reserved.

CHAPTER II.
Shapes Swallowed In Blackness.

DEN' the watch turned out at

midnight they found a vi

W

clous half gale blowing from
the uortheast, which, added

to the speed of the steamship, made,
so far as effects op her deck went., a
fairly uncomfortable whole gale of
chilly wind. The head sea. choppy as
compared with her great length, dealt
the Titan successive blows, each one
attended by supplementary tremors to
the continuous vibrations of the en
gines, each one sending a cloud of
thick spray aloft that reached tb
crow's nest on the foremast and bat
tered the pilot house windows on the
bridge In a liquid bombardment that
would have broken ordinary glass. A
fog bank into which the ship had
plunged in the afternoon still etlvel
oped her. damp and impenetrable, and
Into the gray, ever receding wall
ahead, with two deck officers and
three lookouts straining sight and
hearing to the utmost, the great racer
was charging with undiminished speed
At a quarter past 12 two men crawl
ed In from the darkness at the ends
of the eighty foot bridge and shouted
to the first officer, who had Just taken
the deck, the names of the men who
had relieved them. Backing up to the
pilot house, the officer repeated the
names to a quartermaster within, who
entered them In the log book. Then
the men vanished, to their coffee and
"watch below." In a few moments
another dripping shape appeared on
the bridge and reported the crow's
nest relief.
"Rowland, yon say?" bawled the of
fleer above the howling of the wind.
"Is he the man who was IJfted aboard
drunk yesterday?"
"Yes. sir."
"Is he straight now?"
"Yes, sir."
"All right-that'll do. Enter Rowland
In the crow's nest, quartermaster.'"
gald the officer; then, making a funnel
Bf his Jiands, he roared out. "Crow's
nest, therel"
"Sir," came the answer, shrill and
clear on the gale.
"Keep your eyes open. Keep a sharp
lookout."
"Very good, sir."
"Been a man-o'-war's man, I judgp
by his answer. They're no good." mut
tered the officer. Ele resumed his po
sitlon at the forward side of the bridire.
where the wooden railing afforded
some shelter from the raw wind, and
began the long vigil which would end
only when the second officer relieved
him four hours later. Conversation
was forbidden among the bridge offi
cers of the Titan, and his watch mate,
the third officer, stood on the other
side of the large bridge binnacle, leav
Ing this position only occasionally to
glance in at the compass, which perm permed
ed permed to be his sole duty at sea. Shel
tered by one of the deck houses be below,
low, below, the boatswain and the watch
paced back and forth, enjoying the

"Something ahead, sir. Can't make it
out."
only two hours respite which stenrn stenrn-shlp
shlp stenrn-shlp rules afforded, for the day's work
had ended with the going down of the
other watch, and at 2 o'clock the wash
lng of the 'tween deck would begin as
an opening task in the nxt day's inbor
By the time one bell i:;id souiiiled.
with Its repetition from the crow's
nest, followed by a long drawn cry
"Alfa well!" from the lookouts, the l:tst
of the 2.000 passengers had retired
leaving the spacious cabins and steer
age in possession of the watchnu-n
while sound asleep in his cabin abaft
the chart room was the captain, the
commander who never commanded
unless the ship was in danger, for th
pilot had charge, making and leaving
port, and the officers at sea.
Two bells were struck and answered,
then three, and the boatswain and bis
men were lighting up for a final smoke
when there rang out overhead a star
tling cry from the crow's nest:
"Something ahead, sir; can't make it
out"
The first officer sprang to the engine
room telegraph and grasped the lever
Sing out what you see!" he roared. j
"Hard a port, sir; ship on the star- j
board tack, dead ahead!" came the cry.
Tort your wheel hard over," repeat repeated
ed repeated the first officer to the quartermaster
at the helm, who answered and obey-
ed. Nothing as yet could be seen from
the bridge. The powerful steering en- j
gine in the stern ground the rudder j

aver, oni ieiore titreo csgreon iii
compass card were traversed by the
lubber's point a seeming thickening
the darkness and fog ahead re.su! veo

itself into the square sails of a deej.j

laden ship crossing the Titan's bm
not half her length away
"II and d !" growled the first offi
cer. "Steady on your course, quarter
masterf be shouted "Stand from un
der on deck!" lie turned a lever
which closed compartments, pushed a
button marked "Captain's Room" and
crouched down, awaiting the crash
There was hardly a crash. A slight
Jar shook the forward end of the Titan,
and sliding down her fore topmast
stay and rattling on deck came a show shower
er shower of small spars, sails, blocks and
wire rope. Then in the darkness to
starboard and port two darker shapes
shot by the two halves, of the ship
she had cut through and from one of
these shapes, where still burned a bin
nacle light, was beard, high above the
confused murmur of shouts and
shrieks, a sailorly voice:
"May the curse of God light on you
and your cheese knife, you brass
bound murderers!"
The shapes were swallowed in the
blacknesnastern, the cries were hush
ed by the clamor of the gale, and the
steamship Titan swung back to her
course. The first officer had not turn
ed the lever of the engine room tele telegraph
graph telegraph The boatswain bounded up the steps
of the bridge for instructions.
"Put men at the hatches and doors.
Send every one who comes on deck to
the chart room. Tell the watchman to
notice what the passengers have learn learned
ed learned and clear away that wreck for forward
ward forward as soon as possible." The voice
of the officer was hoarse and strained
as he gave these directions, atid the
"Aye. aye. sir." of the boatswain was
uttered in a gasp.

The crow's nest (lookout), sixty feetj

above the deck, had seen every detail
of the horror from the moment ,when
the upper sails of the doomed ship
had appeared to him above the fog to
the time when the last tangle of
wreckage was cut away by his watch
mates below When relieved at four
bells he descended with as little
strength in his limbs as was compati compatible
ble compatible with safety in the rigging. At the
rail the boatswain met him.
"Report your relief. Rowland," he
said, "and go into the chart room."
On the bridge, as he gave the name
of his successor, the first officer seized
his hand, pressed it and repeated the
boatswain's order. In the chart room
he, found the captain of the Titan, pale
faced and intense In manner, seated
at a table and grouped around him
the whole of the watch on deck ex except
cept except the officers, lookouts and quarter quartermasters.
masters. quartermasters. The cabin watchmen were
there and some of the watch below,
among whom were stokers and coal
passers, and also a few of the Idlers
lampmen. yeomen and butchers who.
sleeping forward, had been awakened
by the terrible blow of the great hol hollow
low hollow knife within which they lived.
Three carpenter's mates stood by the
door with sounding rods in their hands,
which they had just shown the cap captaindry.
taindry. captaindry. Every face. from the cap captain's
tain's captain's down wore a look of honor and
expectancy. A quartermaster followed
Rowland in and said;
"Engineer felt no jar in the engine
room, sir, and there's excitement in
the stokehold."
"And you watchmen report no alarm
in the cabins. How about the steer steerage?
age? steerage? Is that man back?" asked the
captain. Another watchman appeared
as he spoke.
"All asleep in the steerage, sir," he
said. Then a quartermaster entered
with the same report of the forecas forecastles.
tles. forecastles. (Continued Tomorrow)

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St. Louis, cured me of a severe case of
diabetes and I recommend it to any one
suffering- from kidney trouble. Mrs.
Kate Waldorf, West Calhoun street.
Sold "by druggists.

COWS TAKEN UP

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
has calf brand or mark. One brindle
cow and calf, cow marked crop and
saw set in one ear, bullet hole in other,
no brand. Owner can have the stock
by calljng for same, paying for feed
and for this advertisement.
Tom Hampton.
Cornell, Fla., April 18, 1912.

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Contractor and Builder
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V
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BIDS WANTED

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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and converted into blood. When the
digestion fails the whole body suffers.
Chamberlain's Tablets are a rational
and reliable cure for indigestion. They
increase the flow of bile, purify the
blood, strengthen the stomach, and
tone up the whole digestive apparatus
to a natural fin;l healthy action For
sale by all -ie-ilec?

Don't you think when you go to have
your pictures made that you'd better
?o to a studio that will give you the
best work? Certainly. Then come to
to the Ocala Photo Co.

ANNOUNCEMENT
Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1st
Wnmi(filS(D)ir WMeU
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WILL Dt UrfeKVl.U un 1UL
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; Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
SUMMER RATES
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T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager

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After you have had a row and life
looks mighty blue, send her a box of
-Vorris candy and she'll again love
you. Get it -at the Court Pharnracy.'

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