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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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Porter & Harding
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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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VOL. 18.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 13, 1912.
NO. 295.
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Details of tbe Itel-IIot ?iiMatIon that
Itroke Out In Jacksonville
Friday Mght
(Jacksonville Metropolis. 11th)
Now cornea one Colonel Cromwell
Gibbons and declares that even though
W. II. Milton refuses to enter the sec second
ond second primary against Park M. Tram Tram-mell
mell Tram-mell for the gubernatorial honors of
the fair state of Florida, said Tram Tram-mell
mell Tram-mell is not to be without an opponent.
IIecau.se the little colonel, who is
known for his genial nature and last lasting
ing lasting opposition, is preparing to enter
the race since Mr. Milton has with withdrawn,
drawn, withdrawn, and John W. Watson has de declared
clared declared that he would not make another
effort to land the job.
Colonel Gibbons believes that he has
a right under the law to- force the
state executive committee to place his
name on the ballot for the second pri primary,
mary, primary, and further that he believes
that with his name duly printed on the
slip he will stand a good chance qf
handing defeat to Park M. Trammell.
who through the graces of V. II. Mil Milton
ton Milton stands the champion of the recent
contest.
Colonel Gibbons immediately after
hearing that Milton was out with a
notice and statement of withdrawal set
telegraph Instruments in motion to
send Chairman Trice notice of his in intention
tention intention to be in the running.
Then came the expose of Frank Wal Wal-pole,
pole, Wal-pole, of Manatee, chairman of the
Manatee democratic executive com committee,
mittee, committee, who upon hearing of the action
of Milton, got busy with his little pen,
and handed out a warm roast for the
former senator. But, taking the state statements
ments statements of Gibbons and Walpole in their
natural order, this is what has been
said;-
Glbliun'M Statement
"In the first primary, for the position
of candidate of the democratic party
for the office of governor of Florida,
C 1 .T64 votes were cast, of which Mil Milton
ton Milton received 12,109. Semple 878, Wat Watson
son Watson 10,760 and myself 10,406. a total
of 34,453 votes; and Trammell received
27,111, or 7,342 votes less than a ma majority
jority majority of the votes cast for the office
of governor.
"The law of the state of Florida, and
the law of the democratic party since
its foundation, is that the majority
rules not the plurality. Section 263
of the general statutes of Florida em empowers
powers empowers the state democratic executive
committee to carefully examine the re returns
turns returns and reports so made and there thereupon
upon thereupon decide what person or persons
by a majority vote have been elected
as candidate of .the party, as the case
may be. for the office or offices to be
filled at the approaching election.
"Section 264 of the general statutes
of Florida provides:
" 'A second primary election shall be
held within four weeks after the first
primary election, to choose in all cases
where no person shall have received a
majority of all votes cast for the sev several
eral several candidates receiving the highest
vote in the first primary election.
" 'When several offices are to be
voted for for the same office, as in the
case of county commissioners, a num
ber of candidates not exceeding twice
the number not nominated in the first
primary shall be voted for in the sec second
ond second primary and those candidates re receiving
ceiving receiving the highest vofes in the second
primary of the number remaining to be
chosen shall be considered chosen.'
' "No power is given the state demo democratic
cratic democratic executive committee to eliminate
from the second primary any candidate
who was a candidate in the first pri primary
mary primary for nomination as the candidate
of the democratic party for any office
where only one officer was to be voted
for; and hence I have the legal right to
demand my name be put on the ticket
in the second primary as a candidate
for the nomination as the candidate of
the democratic party for governor of
the state of Florida.
"As a democrat, however, I was
ready to sacrifice personal ambition
for the good of the party: and. realiz realizing
ing realizing that were there more than two
candidates for the nomination for gov governor
ernor governor in the s.econd primary there
would probably be no nomination ac according
cording according to law. I was ready and will willing
ing willing for Hon. W. II. Milton to make the
fight as the next highest man to Hon.
Park Trammell. I learn, however, that
! these gentlemen have made a deal or
trade whereby Mr. Milton withdraws,
hoping thus to secure the nomination
of Mr. Trammell. I cannot concede the
right to these gentlemen thus to barter
and trade the nomination for governor
of Florida, which is not their personal
possession or property, but which be belongs
longs belongs to the militant democracy of
Florida. To me, it matters not who is
the Florida member of the democratic
national committee, or who is the next
senator from Florida in the United
States Senate, or who shall fill any of office
fice office in the gift of the people. I am a
candidate for governor of Florida, and
shall not, two years nor four years
from now, be a candidate for United
States senator. I shall be governor of
Florida, if elected, and nothing else,
and shall not undertake to use the of office
fice office of governor to advance my personal
ambition, or the personal ambition of
any man. I am a militant democrat,
and shall fight now and always for
democratic principles, and shall not
trade the birthright of democracy the
belief in the right of the majority to
rule for a mess of pottasre. I shall
be in the second primary, and solicit
the support and suffrage of all mili militant
tant militant democrats, of all democrats who
believe the offices are the property of
the people to be conferred only by and
with their consent and through their
suffrage and not by political deals and
trades of politicians. I repudiate any
and every suggestion of intimation
that the democratic voters of Florida
can be traded and delivered as one
would his personal property or posses possessions.
sions. possessions. The 34.435 democratic voters of
Florida who voted for Messrs. Milton.
Watson. Semple and myself in the first
primary, must be represented in the
second primary and not sold out after
honoring us with their suffrage.
"I have sent the following telegram
to Hon. W. H. Price, chairman of the
state democratic committee, and shall
make a legal fight to have my name

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placed upon the ballot in the second
primary:
" 'Under the primary law, I claim the
right to run in the seewnd primary and
demand my name be put on the ticket
as a candidate for governor. Please
advise me whether my demand will be
granted, or refused, in order that I
may take legal proceedings to protect
my rights. A failure to reply will be
construed as a refusal to place my
name on the ticket."
Walpole GetM Warm
Frank A. Walpole, the scrapping edi editor
tor editor from Manatee county was none the
less warm and eloquent in his condem condemnation
nation condemnation of the Milton tactics, which lie
heard the results of the confab held
yesterday. His remarks were some something
thing something like this:
"I wish to announce myself as a
champion of Cromwell Gibbons' can candidacy
didacy candidacy for governor, and to insist that
because of revelations that came to me
last night, that his name should be
placed on the ticket in the second pri primary
mary primary and he should receive the sup support
port support of every loyal and fair-minded
democrat in the state of Florida. I
make this announcement and sincerely
hope it will be published as I know
Col. Gibbons would make an admirable
chief executive and because I am un unalterably
alterably unalterably opposed to having the high highest'
est' highest' offices within the gift of the peo people
ple people of Florida bartered and traded in
by aspiring politicians."
Mr. Walpole goes further in the
matter and charges that Milton and
some of his friends framed up the big
deal, which Walpole describes as fol follows:
lows: follows: "As I understand it. the deal agreed
to anil carried out insofar as Mr. Mil Milton's
ton's Milton's withdraway from the race is con concerned,
cerned, concerned, is this: That J. T. G. Craw Crawford
ford Crawford will be made national committee committeeman
man committeeman and attempt to control the patron patronage
age patronage of the state of Florida should
there be a democratic president, and
that should Senator Fletcher secure the
appointment of an United States circuit
judge in case of Judse Locke's re retirement,
tirement, retirement, William II. Milton is slated to
succeed him. lie will, of course, re receive
ceive receive Mr. Trammell's support in return
for his regufal to further contest for
the governorship. Four years later,
according to the elaborate and highly
interesting plan. Mr. Trammell will
make the race for United States sena senator
tor senator against Senator Bryan, and will
receive the support of Mr. Milton and
his friends for that position.
"I positively refuse to be bartered
and traded in such a manner and I
do not believe that the people of the
state of Florida will stand for the
politics of the state beinu: run by a few
men who enter a secret conclave in the
seclusion of a room in a Jacksonville
hotel."
Deny the Alligation anil Defy the
Alleeatur
Times-Union. 12th)
Park Trammell. W. II. Milton. Arthur
T. Williams. R. Hudson Burr. Hays
Bewis and J. T. G. Crawford, charged
by Frank Walpole, chairman of the
Manatee county democratic executive
committee, with being parties to an al alleged
leged alleged political trade to secure Tram Trammell's
mell's Trammell's nomination as governor of Flor Florida
ida Florida in the first primary, emphatically
deny that they entered into any such
barter and. in this connection, have re requested
quested requested the Times-Union to publish the
following signed statement:
"To the People of Florida: In the
Times-Union of May 11. 1?12. under
glaring headlines, Walpole Exposes
Peal, appears an allezed interview
with Mr. Walpole in which he states
that there was a conference held in this
city at which he understands there was
a deal agreed on, that J. T. G. Crawford
should ba nominated committeeman, D.

PERPETRATED BY WAIT AP DOUGALL

LOCAL JOTTINGS
Abe Bode and Sollie Getts both
of here, were married on Monday.
Abe hcis about as much gray mat matter
ter matter in his bean as a squirrel with

hall The roderife ability
a. I re l A

lo arab oil a living and
Sail knows as much about
keepind house as a

guinea-pig
e announce Ihe Ite-up
for nothingf and say
each deserves the other
but were diving ten to
one that Sals dad will have them
on his hands in three months -Notice
; All wedding notices are
f REE In The Outlet hereafter
fartber than the whole four-years
Hi
wii.i. in-: off Tin-: press may .h
SPACE I

The coming few days before the forms are closed, will give business
enterprises, not already represented a chance to cooperate, in the best ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement ever given Ocala and "Marion county.
Every wide-awake city in Florida, or any other state, must do its own
advertising. Orlando is issuing 25,000 booklets. St. Petersburg 100.000 book book-i
i book-i lets, and many other Florida cities are gaining results by advertising their
advantages and resources.
If Ocala and Marion county would wake up, and .-peak loud enough so
some of these people outside of the state could hear them, they would not
only get Ocala and Marion county's share of the inrusli of tourists that in invade
vade invade Florida every year, but tey would and could make any inland city or
county in the state sit up and take notice. Every day, week, month or year
you delay, makes the task more difficult and expensive. and gives the
cities who are alert to progressive advertising a TIME ADVANTAGE.
"BETS START TODAY." If you have not already started.

U. Fletcher United States circuit judge.
William II. Milton slated to succeed
Fletcher, and Trammell to succeed N. P.
Bryan and receive the support of Mr.
Milton and his friends.
Wsm a Conference
"There was a conference held by
Messrs. Milton and Trammell and
some of their friends, at which each
and all of us were present, and Mr.
Walpole could only have received in information
formation information from one of us and we po positively
sitively positively did not give him or anyone
else such information, and did not ask
him to agree to such alleged trade:
therefore, the entire substance of his
interview was either made up by him himself
self himself or told him by someone who was
not present and who manufactured it
out of whole cloth.
AMked -No Pledge
"Neither Mr. Milton nor any of his
friends asked of Mr. Trammell any
pledge of any nature whatever in con consideration
sideration consideration of his withdrawal. Neither
did Mr. Trammell tender or offer Mr.
Milton or any of his friends any
pledge or promise in consideration of
his withdrawal. There was absolutely
no deal, combination or trade dis discussed
cussed discussed or made at this conference, or
any other we know anything of. The
conference was brought about by the
friends of Messrs. Milton and Trani-
mell, recognizing the fa
that
t :i e y
and
run-
were both progressive democrats,
in an effort to avo:d their both
nins in the second primary, thereby
creating dissension in
the progressive democrat
whi.-h dissension is very
he ranks of
y of Florida,
much desired
by the reactionary democrats of the
state.
A'a No eorecy
"There was no secrecy about this
conference and any progressive demo democrat
crat democrat would have been welcome: in
fact, others came in. The conference
was simply a meeting of friends of Mr.
Milton and Mr. Trammell and of each
other, whose only object was to pre prevent
vent prevent further dissension in the ranks of
the progressive democracy.
"We, the undersigned, hereby brand
the susrge.st-on of any trade, ileal or
combination, as stated by Mr. Wa'pol Wa'pol-in
in Wa'pol-in the Times-Union, or by any other
person. as maliciously and in toto
false. (Signed):
"Park Trammel!.
"W. H. Milton.
"Arthur T. Williams.
"R. Hudson Burr.
"John T G. Crawford."
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EXAMINERS IX OPTOMETRY
The Florida State Board of Examin Examiners
ers Examiners in Optometry will meet in annual
session at Jacksonville, Fla., on the
2&th day of May. 1912, at 9 a. m. in the
j Windsor hotel, for the purpose of elect elect-jing
jing elect-jing officers for the ensuing year, and
I to transact other business brought
be-fore it. Dr. D. M. Eoney, Pres.
Dr. Otto C. Butterwick, Sec'y.
Ocala, Fla., April 27, 1912.
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erance deliverance form an awful fate. "Typhoid
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THIS picture is from ;iu actual photograph of a bunch
of mules bought by us in Atlanta, recently. It is a
air sample of a lot we now have iu stock at our stables in
Ocala. This lot of fine mules for Farm, TurxeutiDe 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.
T(0)iMpMi k 1d
OCALA, FLORIDA
ANNOUNCEMENT
Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1st
Wninidlspir MtM
Jacksonville. Florida
WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
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OCALA EVEXI5G STAR, MoNDAV, MAY IS,

OCALA EVENING STAR
Bittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
It. R. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.

RIVER IS RECEDING
After many days of dreadful
uspense, the Mississippi flood Is be beginning
ginning beginning to recede.
Of course the doctors are necessities.
This paper goes further than that. U.
goes so far as to say that they axe
benefactors. They do a great deal of
charity practice. They do a great
many noble deeds that are never blaz blazoned
oned blazoned to the world. But a3 the news newspapers
papers newspapers are quick to co-operate with
them In all good works, we cannot un understand
derstand understand their grievance against -the
newspapers. If they advertise their
profession on visiting cards, in epis epistolary
tolary epistolary correspondence, on signs, on
hotel registers, why are they ashamed
to advertise in the newspapers, and do
not even want their -names mentioned
by them. "Why do they give the news
papers the grand "skiddoo?" The news newspapers
papers newspapers are home builders, they try to
be the hand-maidens of everything
that is pure and of good report, so why
should they be regarded as an "Ish "Ish-mael
mael "Ish-mael by any profession that the hands
of Its members should be lifted against
them? Surely the doctors have no
better friends than the newspapers.
Suppose that all other professions.
trades and occupations should follow
the doctors example, what would be become
come become of the newspapers, and without
the newspapers what would become of
our towns and cities? The progress of
the world would be stopped and time
would go backward In its flight. If
any profession in the world ought to
be friends of the newspapers it Is that
of the doctors. Banner.
Really, we think Uncle Frank had
best go take that dose of liver medi medicine
cine medicine right away. He will be roasting
Santa Claus next. Advertising, with
an independent and self-sustaining
newspaper, Is a commercial proposi proposition,
tion, proposition, and not a subsidy. A man is
supposed to advertise because he can
make a profit by doing so, and if a
doctor sees fit to forego that profit, it
is his own business. Newspapers should
be home builders, but a great many of
them are anything else, and no man is
under any obligation to advertise in
them. Up to a century or so ago, the
world moved along without any news newspapers,
papers, newspapers, and while it would miss them
muchly, it wouldn't stop if they all
fell thru the crust tomorrow, but you
won't easily find -the man who would
like to see It try to get along with without
out without the doctors for a day. Genuine
physicians have never advertised ex extensively.
tensively. extensively. The Star doesn't miss the-ir
little cards enough to howl about it.
and It receives enough benefit from
their personal friendship to pay it very
well for the indirect advertising it
gives them. There's all the difference
in the world between a physician's
calling and any other. The man who
sells you clothes and groceries may
take a friendly interest In you, but 1t is
generally outside of business affairs.
No physician ever takes a case with without
out without putting into it something that
money can't pay for. If the doctors re refuse
fuse refuse to advertise, they lose more than
they gain, and it is entirely their own
affair. But in doing so they are cer certainly
tainly certainly not boycotting the newspapers,
nor regarding them as Ishmaels.
Another man drowned at South P.each
near St. Augustine, caught in the un undertow
dertow undertow and no life lines to save him.
The laws passed at the last meeting of
the legislature provided for life lines
and other life saving apparatus and all
the resorts were compelled to have
them. There is probably not one sea seaside
side seaside resort In Florida so equipped and
the toll of death each year results.
When will these laws for the protec protection
tion protection of the bathers be enforced? San San-ford
ford San-ford Herald.
It would be enforced in a hurry if a
few public spirited citizens would get
together and swear out warrants
against the men who violate It. Its
expecting too much, of any law to
think it will enforce itself.
CoL Alexander Humboldt Helvenston
died at his home at Lake City, May
9. aged 76. He was a native of Salz Salzburg,
burg, Salzburg, Germany, did gallant service in
the Confederate army and came to
Florida from Alabama immediately
after the war. He was prominent and
honored in the public affairs of Colum Columbia
bia Columbia county for the last forty years. He
was a relative of Mr. Edward Helven Helvenston
ston Helvenston of Ocala. For four years he lived
and had a big orange grove near Sum Sum-terville.
terville. Sum-terville. When the Titanic's accident was first
heard of, it was the opinion of nearly
every one that the ship was on the
northern route followed by steamers
between England and America, but it
appears that she was following the
southern lane and was about as far
out from the regular cruising ground
of icebergs as a passenger steamer
generally goes. However, her com commander
mander commander had plenty of warning that ice
was in the vicinity, and was criminally
foolish to drive his ship at such a rate.
Charlie Jones in Dixie suggests that
In future primary elections the county
committees mail a ballot to each
registered voter several days before
election, thus giving him time to study
It out and mark it before going to the
polls. Then when he went to vote, he
would only have to pass the inspec inspectors
tors inspectors and put his ballot in the box. This
plan would have the merit of saving
time, but it would enable the dishonest
voter to sell his ballot to the political
boss.
The Tampa Tribune and lakeland
Telegram both advised Mr. Milton to
get out of the race and allow Mr.
Trammell to have the governorship.
Will they urge the same proceeding
for Mr. Toomer? L'Enssle's race was
even more phenomenal than Tram Tram-mell's,
mell's, Tram-mell's, inasmuch as he had five op opponents
ponents opponents while Mr. Trammell had four.
Miami Metropolis.
Well, hardly. Sauce for the gander
isn't cause for the goose, and it makes
a difference to many whose cow is
hooked.
The Ocala Star is preparing to is:
an illustrated and industrial edition
ue I
of
that naner. which promises to
sur-
pas3 anything ever undertaken in this
section. Ten thousand copies will be
issued and the fact that it will be is issued
sued issued from the Star office is a guar guarantee
antee guarantee that it will be superior in every
respect. Inverness Chronicle.
Thanks for the compliment. We will
try to prove it was deserved.
In the last primary many voted for
L'Engle as a joke, rot having the re
motest idea that he could be nominat nominated.
ed. nominated. Inverness Chronicle.
Will you be so kind. Major Butler,
as to give the name of any reputable
citizen who told you he voted for

L'Engle as a joke? Or will yon, even
definitely state that any reputable citi citizen
zen citizen told you he voted tor L'Engle as
a Joke.

ORGANIZATION" OF OFFICERS
Of State Troop Into the Florida
tlonal Guard Association
Xa-
At an enthusiastic meeting held by
the officers attending the school of in
struction yesterday afternoon tne
Florida National Guard Association
was formed. The old association fail
ed a few years ago and the new is
pitched on new lines and is expected
to prove a strong factor in the rurtner
development and upbuilding of the Na National
tional National Guard of Florida. Major Gen General
eral General Clifford R. Foster was unani unanimously
mously unanimously elected president of the asso association,
ciation, association, the other officers being as fol follows:
lows: follows: CoL A. H. Blanding, second in infantry,
fantry, infantry, first vice-president; Col. Crom Cromwell
well Cromwell Gibbons, second vice-president;
Maj. H. M. Snow, acting quartermas quartermaster
ter quartermaster general, secretary, and Capt. V. C.
Collins, first coast artillery company,
treasurer.
The executive board i3 composed of
the officers of the association, besides
Lieut. Col. George
fantry; Lieut. Col.
infantry, and Maj
A
Nash, second in-
J. P. Ilickey. first
Samuel Wolf, sec-
ond infantry.
Upward of sixty odd officers of the
guard signed up as charter members
and the association was otherwise
placed on a firm business basis. St.
Augustine Record.
LITTLE BOY KILLED
II V A SNAKE NEAR LEESBl'RG
Leesburg, May 13. Allery Morrison,
the eight-year-old grandson of Bishop
Morrison, of the Methodist church.
died yesterday morning as the result of i
being bitten by a snake between 3 and
4 o'clock Saturday afternoon. The lit little
tle little boy was playing near a hammock
with his brother, Robert, aged five,
when he stepped on the snake, which
is thought to have been a moccasin.
The little boy was the son of Horace
Morrison. The remains were taken to
Atlanta for burial.
pr.i:
SALE, IMPORTED
SPANISH PEANUT SEED.
Blue ribbon winners at two succeed-j
ing fairs, and will mature two weeks J
earlier than other varieties. Can be I
planted as late as July
15th.
F. W
Ditto.
HELP A JUDGE IN BAD FIX.
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.
OPEX ALL. NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is now open
night and day. Never closed. You can
get just what you want to eat, cooked
as you like it, at moderate prices. Fish
and oysters a specialty.
J. R. Dewey. Proprietor.
STRUCK BV A CYCLONE
Two Negroea Killed and Much Prop Property
erty Property Injured In an Alabama
City
Tuscaloosa, Ala., May 12.- Extensive
damage was done by a cyclone which
passed over Tuscaloosa last night. The
city was in darkness and wires were
down, making communication difficult.
Two negroes are known to have been
killed.
NOTICE OF STATE
TEACHERS' EXAMINATION
Notice is hereby given that the reg regular
ular regular state uniform teachers' examina examination
tion examination will be held in Ocala, Florida, be beginning
ginning beginning on Tuesday, June 4, 1912, at 9
a. m. The examination for whites will
be held at the Ocala High School build building
ing building and that for colored at Howard
Academy. The regular fee of one dol dollar
lar dollar will be collected upon beginning
the work and applicants should supply
themselves with legal cap paper, pens
and ink. Very truly yours,
J. H. Brinson, Supt.
STORK FOR RENT
The new and handsome store room,
roomy and modern plate glass front.
Possession at once, and can be fitted
up according to needs of tenant. Ap Ap-pl.'
pl.' Ap-pl.' to Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.
J. F. Jenkins, of the firm of J. F.
Jenkins & Company, contractors, who
has been in the city the past day or
two on a visit to his family, will leave
today for Troy, Ala. His firm had the
contract for constructing the federal
building at Troy and Mr. Jenkins goes
for the purpose of turning the same
over to the government. Gainesville
Sun.
Wash out old sores, festering wouds
and ulcers with DARBY'S FHOFHY FHOFHY-LACTIC
LACTIC FHOFHY-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. Trice 50 cts. per bottle. Sold
by all
Mr. R. L. Martin is having a fence
built across the entrance to Paradise
Alley, which has been open ever since
the gates to the original Paradise was
closed.
FOR SALE 20-hj).
car. and equipment,
dress, F. H. M., care
Ford runatout
$250 cash. Ad Ad-Star.
Star. Ad-Star. 6td
Men Our illustrated catalogue ex explains
plains explains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College, Atlanta, Ga.
We guarantee to teach you how to
use your Kodak. Bring your films to
the Ocala Photo Co.
Ladies" dresses at Fishel's.
j Rexall Cold Tablets do the work,
j Can give you the formula if you like.
J25c. the package at the Post Office
,Drug Store.
Parker Lucky Curve Fountain Pens
! in any
tyle or shape,
select from at
A large assort assort-the
the assort-the Court Phar-
ment
macy
to
FOR RENT Four room flat
; also,
lights
Mrs.
and bath; near
R. D. Fuller.
primary school.
j Cook your next roast in a paper bag.
and get the bag from the Post Office
Drug Store. 25c. the package.
Are you Interested In paper bag
cooking? If so come to us for your
supply of the bags. 25c the package.
Post Office Drug Store.

RATTLE N EAR ARCHER

Marshal Slaughter and .Deputy White
Killed Hrave Fight f Deputy
Manning
Archer. Fla., May l
. Mar
-ri.il C.
iff V:
ir-fT I
,d-l in
m o r n ;
H.
: 1
Slaughter and Deputy
were killed, ani Dt-;.,ny Si Si-Manning
Manning Si-Manning was sriu.ly w-.-.i:
ambuscade early :er3ay
when they went to raid
"skin" game. Four ne-rTOt-.-ly
wounded, father and thre
an
n is
tr-1
uJ- i
art-
in jail, and feeling runs hiirh.
The officers were decoyed to th
scene of the assassination about
o'clock yesterday morning. The ilac
is located on the outskirts of Archer, i
When the officers arrived, they were I
greeted with a volley from a number
of negroes, the exact number being a
matter of conjecture. Marshal Slaugh Slaughter
ter Slaughter and Deputy White fell at the first
volley, and Deputy Manning was badly
wounded. He also dropped to the
ground and feigned death until the ne negroes
groes negroes started to leave the territory.
Manning then opened fire, shooting j
down Cain Perry. and ordering the
i
three other ne?roes, all sons of Perry
to throw up their hands. These were
finally landed in jail and Manning was
given medical attention.
The assassination of the officers is
believed to have been carefully planned,
and is the outgrowth of recent at at-temps
temps at-temps to enforce the law against
"blind tigers" and gambling dens in
this vicinity.
FAIRFIETn
Fairfield, May 9. On Thursday. May
2, the people of our community in indulged
dulged indulged their social dispositions with
a fish fry of immense proportions, and
which received almost universal parti participation
cipation participation from our people, and many of
their relatives from abroad. After
early evening, the fires on the edge
of the little lake were kept aglow, and i
turn after turn of well-fried fish was
served to an appreciative multitude.
Much credit for the pleasure of the oc- j
Icasion is due to Dr. u. uatreu ana .r.
'Jones Mobley, both of whom were spe
cially active in the matter.
Fairfield's population grows apace.
We are happy to report the additioin
on Sunday 29th at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. F. S Jennings of a fine daughter.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. B. R.
chambers are rejoicing with them at
the arrival on Friday, May 3, of a
bouncing 10-pound son. Our popular
merchant
days.
On the
Judge R.
is abounding in smiles these
afternoon of last Thursday,
C. Yongue had before him
three offenders against the law. One
Wm. Richardson was fined $100 and
costs for carrying concealed weapons,
while two others, guilty of breaking,
entering and robbing our railroad de depot
pot depot were committed to the county jail
to await trial. All the offenders were
negroes, and were conveyed by Con Constable
stable Constable Mathews to the county jail on
Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Tate entertained
their young friends on the evening of
Wednesday, May 1, at a party where
Terpsichore presided. The young folk
tarried till the "wee, small hours."
Mr. and Mrs. Jennings have been en entertaining
tertaining entertaining this week their daughters.
Mrs. Crouch and Mrs. Fraustram from
Gainesville.
Mr. Devore of Reddick has been for
I two weeks packing and shipping from
our depot some carloads of very fine
cabbages. Jimmie is a hustler and de deserves
serves deserves the opportunity he is enjoying
of wearing a broad smile at the good
returns from his shipments.
Mrs. Gatrell and Mrs. Tate visited
Ocala along with the doctor on Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Mr. W. D. Wilson completed on Mon Monday
day Monday the sale of his farm here to Mr.
James Marston. Transfer has been
made and Mr. and Mrs. Marston will
occupy their new home at once. We
welcome the latter, and give "god
speed" to the former who will resile
hereafter at Williston.
Mr. A. I,. Barlar of High Springs
was a business visitor this week.
OUA.Ntii: SPRINGS
Orange Springs, May 9. Rev. G. W.
Riles visited the Springs last week.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Riles.
Mrs. W. O. Alexander of Decatur, 111.,
is a home-seeker who arrived here last
Thursday.
Miss Susie Irvin and her friend, .Miss
Nan Brooks, of Ocala, were visitors
here Sunday, the guests of relatives.
Miss Annie Walker, of Ft. McCoy,
was a pleasant visitor here Monday.
Miss Mary Motes, of Holister, attend attended
ed attended the picnic here yesterday.
Mrs. P. W. Peck spent yesterday in
Talatka shopping.
Mr. R. A. Carlton has been spending
several flays in Ocala.
Mrs. W. F. Jordan went to Ocala last
Friday to consult Dr. Boney.
The farmers have the finest vegeta vegetables
bles vegetables for sale in the local market. There
has been none shipped.
School closed yesterday at noon. The
children spent the afternoon at the
spring, where a nice dinner was served.
There were cold drinks, cakes and
fudge for the children all the after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, which was very much enjoyed
by the little folks. Mrs. W. F. Jordan,
Mrs. Lewis Benson, Mrs. Ignatia Bry Bry-den
den Bry-den and Mrs. W. H. Massey, tendered
the entertainment to the children.
Mrs. F. M. Harp of Eureka, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by her sister. Miss Hinson, and
Mr. Charlie Harp, were the guests of
Mrs. G. B. Paramore. yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Livingston and
Mr. and Mrs. Terry of Edgar, attended
church here Sunday.
Mr. W. F. Jordan spent several days
in Ocala last week.
Mr. N. S. Patrick has some very fine
irish potatoes on the market.
Mr. and Mrs. Byer, of Ft. McCoy,
spent Monday here.
Mrs. Opal P. Storm, of Decatur, 111.,
is a visitor at the Springs.
Cooking with paper bags? Call us
up for a package at 2."c. The Post
Office Drug Store.
Can furnish from one setting to
thousand pure bred Rh.'de Island
eggs for hatching at $10 p-r linn-l
Ed Carmichael. Ocala.
one
Red
FOR
bu she Is
bushel.
Fla.
SALE
seed
Four hundred and fifty
-ami's at one dollar per
Howell Griggs. Oak.
FOR RENT First
new cottage, city and
Ja:
ft
s Tii a i
w a : e r.
trie lights. Rent per mor
No. 215 South Orange street
Now is tiie i
rheumatism. Y
nu to get n i
vi will find C"
w.-T-eb-rfully el
will convince
y o u i
Iain's Liniment
One application
its merits. Try
dealers.
ive
y o u
bv
. For sale
FOR SALE Gasoline launc1
horse engine; 16 feet long. 4 f
Now at Silver tfprin-'s. Addrt
three three-beam.
beam. three-beam. P. O.
Box
tion
IZl for part
culars and
3-S-6td
demonstra-
WANTED A few young men room roomers;
ers; roomers; large, airy and well furnished b?1
rooms. Call at 113 South 3rd street.

BANKING BY MAIL

The Munroe A: Chamblis
Hank of Oral a desires to par-
tK-ularlv rail voiir attention 1
to the al au'.'igfs of Bulking
hv
Mail.
I jposits may hf
,1
Sent lately j
by ha iik check, postotiiee
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
f ., f tH t
piOIIlpl dlK llllOIl
THE
MUNROE & GHAMBLISS
BANK
OCALA
FLORIDA
l ulted State PoMal Saving Baik
DepoNltory
IlEDDICK
! Reddick, May 9. Thursday evening
: heavy rain; Friday evening a heavier
! fall of rain: Saturday evening more
!rain: Tuesday morning thundering in
the northwest, and prospects for more
ram. .oout six incnes rainrail in
three days. The hammock lands almost
I boggy. Grass growing to beat 'the
J Ocala band; corn crops the worst we
jhave had for years, melons and canta
loupes badly hurt by too much rain.
Some of tiie boys did well with cab cabbages
bages cabbages and a few did well with beans.
The onion crop is a big yield, though
sales a little slow, and now being
gathered. Some are through planting
pinders while others are just starting
to plant. Very little or no cotton
planted this spring. Velvet bean crop
much shorter than last year. Oat crop
ready to cut and good. This farmer is
now fertilizing his corn with about
300 pounds of commercial fertilizer,
home mixed, tising 1200 pounds cotton
seed meal, 600 pounds acid phosphate
anil 200 pounds nitrate potash to the
ton. Corn is about two feet high and
am putting fertilizer on both sides of
the rows. Want to make from 30 to
40 bushels corn to the acre. Corn and
pork will be uut of sight in price this
fall and next year and I must make
corn, and you farmers who are neg neglecting
lecting neglecting your corn crops will surely get
it in the neck if you fail to make
enough to do you. This fertilizer costs
me about $25 per ton. or I am putting
$4 in cash in the ground and expect to
get 20 bushels more corn to the acre.
Does it pay? Try it. Farmer, plant less
acreage, make more stuff, work less,
take life easier. Other farmers are
making from :;j to CO bushels of corn
to the acre, why not you. Farmer, get
a peck of sorghum seed from W. D.
Cam. Ocala, plant in an acre of good
land. Don't need but one or two
workings, and when your hogs in
August need some good feed, cut it and
give it to them. There is more hog
feed in an acre of good sorghum at
less cost than anything 1 ever planted.
Ifogs arc going to be high in price be because
cause because corn is' going to be high and a
few days work and little seed in the
way of a sorghum patch is all to the
good. Remember these rains are all
over tiie South, which will mean grass,
grass. Don't neglect your corn crop.
The pinder crop will be shorter than
usual and if we will take better care
when we gather them, pick clean and
guarantee our goods, we will have a
better market for our goods, but if we
do like we did last year, we will sure surely
ly surely kill tiie goose that lays the golden
egg so far as pinder seed are concern concerned.
ed. concerned. I'll come again. Farmer.
Children's dresses at Fishel's.
PRIME REEF.
Tiie aboue
phrase is very often
mis-
used but HERE vou will find
that our
"teaks and Roasts
are in perfeet keeping with what
your
conception of prime beef is.
What is more, you will find til is mar market
ket market a splendid examjde of genuine
cleanliness while our service is every everything
thing everything thai is to be desired.
Reasonable prices. Phone 108.
EDWARDS' MARKET
V. II. MVHMI, Proprietor.
WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER IJROS., PROPRIETORS
PHONE 296
Baggage, Freight. Pianos. Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Ghen All Orders
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATROXAfSE
EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL KN'b'i.N KKR.
DRAUGHTSMAN
AXH CONTRACTOR
Acc
and :
reyed
jr.ara
urate Bail
peoi.1e.itio
and Tia
on Erect i
eter by .,
:r.s
Plans, Blue Prints i
r,5 made Lands Sir-
:ted. C1r.-e Estimate? i
un of Buildings of an j
ntract or on commis 1
lion basis rite or consult me at
Northwest Corner Ocala Hohm Hlock
OCALA - FLORIDA

1 EXPRESS

Will Carry Without Charge Supplies
for the MIhkImmIpp! Flood.
?uf fererw.
Mr. G. T. Maugh. Ocala manager of
the .Southern Express Company, has re
ceived
Free
the following instructions:
transportation over the lines of
trie
. ... J -. V - UlUjiaiiJ i J
hereby authorized on shipments of
u-totmng ana supplies, shipped by As-
soeleties and Red Cross Societies for
the flood sufferers at Mississippi Val
ley point.
This order effective May 1, and ex
pires June 30.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Jacksonville is the fastest
town of its class in Florida.
growing
Jacksonville is a hustling all-year
town.
You can succeed in Jacksonville.
Jacksonville has a permanent popula population
tion population of 75,000; winter population of
125,000. This is the time of the year
to get business bargains because of
Northern people going home.
We are offering some excellent prop propositions
ositions propositions in hotels, rooming houses,
grocery, jewelry and general merchan merchandise
dise merchandise businesses; bicycle store, garage,
moving picture theater, boarding house,
new Central City Market House just
organizing, manufacturing business. If
you are looking for any kind of a bus business
iness business opening, write today.
Southern Sale Investment Co., buy or
sell your business or real estate, no
matter where it is. 909 Bisbee Build Building.
ing. Building. Jacksonville, Fla. Represented in
Ocala by Ocala Realty Co., 53 Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street.
ANTHONY
Anthony, May 9. As the writer picks
up his pen the gentle zephyrs fan my
brow, and it calls to my mind, of one
spring afternoon that I spent in the
country one of the grandest spring
afternoons of the South was presented
to view, and I took my pen and wrote
just what was in view and hearing and
if the readers will spare me a few mo moments
ments moments of their valuable time I will re-
copy it.
A Florida Spring Afternoon.
As I sit alone on the old farm house
veranda. The last days of March, I
gaze out upon the woodland and see
the old towering oaks and above them
the graceful old pines, as they
"bough" to whisper the wind's lulla lulla-bys
bys lulla-bys to the smaller and beautiful trees
that are competing with their elders.
Below I see the green grass carpet in
all its gorgeous beauty and splendor,
then beneath, the golden leaves that
the fall has left piled like the golden
nuggets of the west. Beneath the
leaves I see the tiny purple violets
are peeping forth their dainty heads,
glimpsing nature's beautiful country
for the first time and we look across
the western horizon as old Sol is with withdrawing
drawing withdrawing his head behind the fleecy
clouds, streaked with the golden rays
of his sunlight. And as the last rays
of sunshine flit here and there among
the trees and flowers it is a feast for
"nature's soul."
We now turn and feast our eyes on
the farm. ("The Farmers' Pride") We
see the tiny grain bursting forth from
the mother soil. We can, in imagina imagination,
tion, imagination, see it spreading forth its green
leaves, then the tiny bloom, then the
luscious fruit I sit there dreaming of
tiie beauties of nature that the farmer
is able to produce.
Then my day dream is changed back
to the first thought, the lovely wood woodland,
land, woodland, as the mocking bird sings one
of its softest melodies. I hear the
faint tinkling of the cow-bell as they
slowly trudge homeward then they
quickly lift their heads and hurry
forth, then we recognize the bleating
of the baby calves for their mother.
We learn the cluck! cluck! of the
mother 'hen as she gathers her brood
under her wings for the night. Still
we hear the soft melodies of the
mocking bird, we scent the flowers as
they are closing
for the night, we
of the pines. Ah,
twilight; we have
ture's dreamland
their tiny windows
hear the whispering
we look 'round, it is
awakened out of na na-and
and na-and the thought
comes to us, this
is only "a spring aft-
ernoon in sunny Florida.
Anthony is booming. The farmers
are rushing hither and thither, getting
their fruit to market. Beans are mov moving
ing moving in carload lots. Kverything is fair
for a prosperous year.
Mr. F. G. Keeney sent in a 12-pound
watermelon to one of Ocala's banks
last monday. This is the record break breaker
er breaker of the season. Also Mr. Keeney sent
in two of the largest cants that has
been sen.
Miss Maud Welden of Ocala came up
Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. J. Q.
Boyd.
Miss Isabelle Pace, who has been in
Jacksonville in St. Luke's hospital for
tiie past two weeks for treatment,
arrived home last Monday. To the
pleasure of her many friends, Miss
Pace has greatly improved.
Mr. Willie Lamb of Brunswick. Ga.,
is here for a few weeks to visit his
father, Mr. T. A. Lamb. The former
now having a position as traveling
salesman. "Will's" many friends are
glad to know he is prospering and is
among them again.
Our town is full of commission men
most of the time. Among them are:
Mr. Shackett of X. Y.. who is accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his wife on his rounds in
his auto.
Miss Emma
City last week
Jackson.
Mrs. Km ma
of Sarasota, is
Davis Baskin.
remembered as
Milligan left for Dade
to visit her sister, Mrs.
Kennedy and children,
visiting her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Kennedy will be
Miss Emma Smith.
Mrs. Annie Fielding and lovely little
daughter, Elizabeth, of Live Oak. are
visiting their cousin here, Mrs. Barnes Barnes-ville.
ville. Barnes-ville. for a few weeks.
Everyone seems to be highly pleased
with the new agent, Mr. Padgett. Also
are glad to welcome his family within
our social circles.
Election day passed off pretty quiet quietly,
ly, quietly, returns have been made and a good
many "set ups" and cigars were lost.
Miss Ruth Pace who has been visit visiting
ing visiting some few days at Oxford, Fla., is
expected home.
Miss Annie Lou Souter. who has
i been visiting her aunt in Jacksonville,
'returned last week.
j Dr. Robt. Baskin left Sunday for
j Macon where he will attend the old
j soldiers' meeting.
j Miss Eloise Swindell of Plant City
' is visiting relatives here.
; Dr. Eaton Lindner was in our town
I two days this week. His many friends
are always glad to chat with him.
j Mrs. Ed Carmichael presented her
j niece. Marguerite Tlummer, with a
i piano this week.
Mr Robt. Wilkins has been ill for
the past few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steward are re rejoicing
joicing rejoicing over the arrival of a fine girl.
Your last photo didn't do you Justice.
It wasn't taken at the Ocala Photo Co.

J lii

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BY ATTENDING THE BIG

lOTWiUCWM SALE

NOW GOING ON AT

Ocala House Block

jt rtl : f J '' "Sr-:S

To get Itlue best out of the
human machine you must have the
best groceries food that is not
only pure and absolutely whole wholesome
some wholesome but which gives zest to meals
by its goodness.
Groceries like we carry not only
give your body all the necessary
energy for your daily work but
make eating all that it should
be perfect enjoyment If, af after
ter after your coming meal, you find
anything wrong, make a reso
lntinn to trv ns next time.

One trial is all we ask.
SOME NEW GOODS JUST IN
Whole EvaX)rated Apples. Walnuts, Seeded Raisin?, Potato
Chips, Japanese Rice Cake, Junket Tablets, Liquid Rennet,
Lentles and Green-Kern.
O. K. Teapot Grocery

Two Phones, 16 and

AUTOMOBILE OWNERS

The Brown Impolne Tire Pomp navra time, money, labor, lame
oarka and atroaic language. By ulruply removing a apark plat;
taenia? pump connertlsa it Imaaedlately fills your tlrea with pnre, freak
air with power from tke engine of jour auto. Moat wonderful Inven Invention
tion Invention of tke age. -No experiment. Satisfaction guaranteed. We are Flor Florida
ida Florida Htate agenta. Let ua kare yoor order now. Price complete, 915.
KNIGHT &l LANG

Mm

Near A. C. L Depot
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Ocala, Fla.



OCAJLA EVENING STAR, mo.vdaT, MAY 13, 1912

HOW LITTLE THINGS COUNT
Here Is a dime. Save It. Not a large amount, you say? No, you're
right, yet It represents ten per cent interest on one dollar for a year. It's
the little thing3 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 llugomont Castle gates by James McDowell and John Graham. It was a
small thin?. Hut the results have 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 darn faved Holland from destruction. A
few drops of water on a stone maltes no impression the constant drip
wears away the stone. The little point on the auer 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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ALL THE FRIENDS
OF THE BABIES CAME OUT

1. D. C. MEET
TOMORROW AFTERXOOX

Fruit jar.-? at Fishel's.

K. of P. meet this evening.

Summer suns at Fishers.

Elks meet tomorrow evening.
Ladies' dresses at Fishel's.

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

muumxbtl HJmtlt

Economy Fruit Jars

Holeproof hosiery at Fi.-hel's.

Kagbs mf-et Wednesday evenins

New shirt waists at Fishel's.
Masons meet Thursday night.

The baby .--how drew one of the

idrgesi crowd- -i ne season 10 me .Air
Dome Saturday night. Every mother
and her friends in Ocala must have
been there, judging from the size of
the crowd. All of the baby pictures
that have been shown during the week
were reproduced and were greatly en en-Joyed.
Joyed. en-Joyed. The motion pictures were ex excellent
cellent excellent also, and as fine as can be seen
anywhere.
Tonight's program will be as follows:

"The Tale of a Dog." Comic.
"I'orio's Daughter." Italian story.
"Through the Flames." One of the j
most exciting railroad pictures ever ;

shown. This picture is a tine repro reproduction
duction reproduction of the awful forest fires of
the northwest.

Dickison Chapter U. D. C. will meet
tomorrow afternoon at 3:20 o'clock at
the residence of Mrs. D. E. Mclver. A
full attendance is desired as business
of importance will be transacted.
Mrs. S. R. Whaley,
Recording Secretary.

YACHT (MB HOUSE WARM IX G

Holeproof hosiery at Fishel's.
Moose meet Thursday evening.

Capt. Inglis is at the Ocala Hons.

B A It It I ( ISN'T OUR BUSINESS
The Star this morning received the
following telegram:
Chicago. May 13. Seek to bar Beul-

! ah liinford. en route theatricals your

city. Central News Mureau.

Mr. J. J. Knoblock of Martin
town today.

At the recent meeting held in this
city of the Ocala members of the Lake
Weir Yacht Club at which Messrs.
Frank Lytle. John L Carney, J. G.
Lege and Dr. Henry of the lake were
present. arrangements were almost
completed for .the big celebration, or
rather the plans and arrangements
made by the Lake Weir members
were ratified. The date finally decided
on is Friday, afternoon and evening.
May 24th.
A special train will be secured from
the A. C. L Railway, to leave Ocala at
4 o'clock in the afternoon, and will
return when the crowd is ready to
leave. The price for the round trip.

Tine Sooecr Youn Stlairtt
lo pot by a little every pay day in the savings bank, tie
sooner you'll reach independence and a competency.
The Ocala National Bank
in its savings department, will opeu an accennt ivitb yon
with as little as $1 and will pay four per cent, interest on
your deposits. Why not open one next pay day? Yon il
nver be any younger and you cannot be too yonng to
start saving. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent.

CAPITAL FULLY PAID IX f 75,000
H. D. STOKES. Cashier.
JNO L EDWARDS. Pres. CLARENCE CAMP. Vice, Pres.

Dr. A. I.. Illaltx-k, phynlelan,
number

None of our local theater managers j including supper and privileges of the

was in; have booked a date with lieulah Bin- cluo wm re ine ciud can care i
j ford or engaged motion pictures of i tor 200 guests from Ocala, or possibly
jthat lady's career. If Miss liinford ap-jmore. I
phone ; pears here we will probably have a The menu as first suggested by the
'seat in the baldheaded row, so if theilaK- committee was heartily approved;

We Have a Large Supply of
the famous Economy Kmit Jars in pints, quarts and
half-gallon hzcs. This jar peals itself automatically
by the heat of the boiled frdt or vegetables to be
canned has no rubber band to deteriorate and a!h v
the fruit to spoil is simple, durable and econom economical,
ical, economical, as its name implies. The company abs lutely
guarantees the contents of the jar, if put up in n-ccrd-ance
with their directions, to never spill. 1 he open
ings in these glass jars are laryo ai d are easily filled
or emptied.
Call at the store and see the jars and how tlx y are
sealed and get a booklet containing many valuable
household receipts. Price of the jars as follows :

Mrs.
lonial.

Lanier .f Daynma

at t ii e Co-

snow is a very
the Tlet town.
in ess.

bad one we, can warn

f and decided

Barring isn't our hu---fish. eornbread.
i pickle-, etc.

n. It will consist of
coffee, chicken pillau.

Mrs. K. Koon of Dunnellon
the Ocala House last night.

was at

;i iKmr:vr of ocalx

I rid in-.
Ihriiih

i

on
at

Dr. E. G. Peek office phone la Xo.
40s ; bin retldence phone, Xo. 301.

Mr. Ed Tucker returned
lanta today.

from At-

Tht-re will be bathing in anil boat

he lake. The moon will be
h.-m time of the month and

His many friends are glad to know'f"w who expect t.. bathe are re.juest-

that Mr. Maurice Strauss, who for 10 carry their suits al-ng. as there

are not enough for rein at the lake.
Different committees have been ap appointed
pointed appointed by the club nieiubers at the

Thomas Ray, Jr.. of Leesburg was at
the Ocala House last night.

many years was a resident of this
county, first of Dunnellon and then of
Ocala. is atrain a resident of Ocala and
will move his family here later on

from Cincinnati, where they have t

made their home for a number ofbers.

years.
Mr. Strauss has purchased a half half-interest
interest half-interest in the saloon called Kdd's
Place, on Magnolia street, which Mr.
Carmichael recently remodeled and
fitted up in first -class shape.
The business will now he conducted

i under the firm name of Strauss &
fid inyvillp : o.. . . .1 1 . 1. ;

, ..... ... ......... ...v n (niipaii, aiiu .nr. i-iiaii. iil 1 a
jspent Sunday with his parents here. j splendid business man a-.. l very popu-
" lar, with a wide acquaintance all over
Pleasant furnished rooms for light-tiie countrv. will be in personal

lake, or which are many Ocala ladies
and a number of .the Ocala club mem-

Miss Frankie Weathers has
tion with Hayes & Guynn.

a pos

1 Mrs. A. H. Havenkatt arrived from
Valdosta today to visit -Mrs. Strunk.

Mr. A. E

Strunk of

Pints, per dozen
Quarts per dozen
Half-Gallons, per dozen

$ 1.00
1.25
1.50

housekeeping, bb OKiawana avenue, a is j charge. Mr. Strauss will he pleased to
1 have his friends call and see him at
j W. A. McCoy of Levon was at the nis new place of business.
Ocala House Saturday night. '.

Kodak finishing1 done by experts at j
the Ocala Photo Co.

KEI'l.ini T1IK I1KAD TURKS

The beautiful new club house will
be prettily decorated for the occasion,
and a large reception committee will
make tlie visitors feel at home. The
club house is completely furnished,
and is an ideal home for the members
of the yacht club and one they will be
proud of.
The opening of this club will greatly
increase the pleasures of living and
visiting on Iake Weir. The carrying
out of the plan has cost the gentlemen
who promoted it a good deal of money
and a great deal more time, energy
and worry, but the result is worth it
and every member of the club is proud
of the result of their labors.

TBic Carn-Tluomas Co.

The Star would like to call the at-

jtention of the board of county eommls-
Miss Lou Gamsby went to Irvine, for j doners to the fact that a number of
a brief visit to friends, this morning. ; tne palmetto trees set around the out-

j 'side of the court house yard are dead.
I Get your prescriptions filled by Peckjwhjje others have made a fine growth,
at the Court Pharmacy and know they;are verv handsome and give a pretty,
are right. tropical appearance to the lawn. The
I Marion county court house and lawn
W. A. Stevens and J. C. Marsh of Fort ; Js one of tne prettiest sights in the
McCoy were at the Ocala House last state and one of the things of which
night. j we are all proud. The yard does not

do itself justice witli half of the pal-

IAHGAINS

N IDLES

Alma Zada Face Powder is the best
1 we have to offer at 50c. the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.

metto trees dead or missing.

GAS COMPANY'S NEW HOME

MATINEE AT THE IDEAL

Hereafter the daily afternoon mat matinee
inee matinee at the Ideal Theater will com commence
mence commence at 0:47. and the doors will be
open at ?..::0. Three full reel-; will be
run at each matinee. General admis admission
sion admission J cents to afternoon performances.

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Henderson oJYlabi

ster were at the Ocala House l&At

night.

1

I have at my lot?
on West Exposition!

Street, a large num-i:v;

ber of mules, rang ranging
ing ranging in price from
$50 up per head.
There is in this

drove something to
suit any person for

any purpose desired. Each animal is I

guaranteed to be just as represented
and the prices to be as low as can be
had anywhere in the country. Call and

see the mules while you have a large ;T

number to select from.

he Citizens Gas Company will oc

cupy the space in the new Hotel Har-

rington, when completed, that was for-

I merly used by the Chinese laundry.
FOR SALE One pair good turpen- j Tni sroonl ;s promised for t he gas corn corn-tine
tine corn-tine mules, wagon and iiarness. W. : pany by July 1st.
J. Wilson, Citra. Fla. 5-1 3-dlOt w-2 J

Mr. .lames C. Jackson.

for a number

L. R. Livingston of Spartanburg. S. of months prior to its closing clerk at

and L Mansfield of Richmond, Va.. the Montezuma, now has the afternoon

re at the Colonial last night. 'shift, from :::o to I0:".o. at the Ocala

House desk. Mr. Jackson is a very
If you are in a hurry for your pre-! courteous and efficient young man,

THE CITY II M'K SERVICH
T'nder the plan adopted by the city
council several months ago the city
hack service has been greatly improv improved.
ed. improved. The horses, hacks and harness
now have to pass the inspection of a
committee composed of the president of
the council, the city clerk, marshal and
fire chief, and that committee lias full
power to order off the strets any horse,
vehicle or set of Iiarness that is not up
to the standard. It became necessary,
in the discharge of their duty this
morning, to send a pair of horses to the
pasture. One of them was blind and
crippled and the other terribly poor
and had a number of sores on its back
and shoulders.

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. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY

UJKKTTO (Near Mandarin) FIAIIUDA.
Hoarding schoo1 for boys, conducted" by the Sisters of St. Joseph
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. LOKETTO. FLORIDA.

WEtTIIEH REPORT

FOIIT-MXOX

Following are the meteorological Married, on the evening of May 9, at

scriptions. try the Court
quick delivery system.

Pharmacy's I and the many friends he made at the

Montezuma will be glad to see him at
the Ocala House.

Mr. Dell Moody, of the firm of Hall & j
Moody, of Wildwood, was in the city ;
yesterday. J

Mr. I. W. Arnold went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Saturday morning and returned
that evening, accompanied by Mrs. Ar-

I WANTED Teachers wanted for the noM who has been teaching in the

Address D. T.

public schools

win. Agua Neuva, Texas.

Bald-; public schools of that city. They are
i making their home at the Arms House.

j Mrs. Arnold, who has a superb voic e.
Mr. E. E. Robinson went to Palatkalsang a solo at the Baptist church yes yes-via
via yes-via the O. N. for a business visit this'terday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold expect to
morning1. jgo to Green Springs for several days

visit tomorrow.

Mr. Albert Gerig returned last nig-ht 1
from Macon, where he helped the vets Mrs. Lottie Cole, who holds a posi posi-to
to posi-to reune. I tion as stenographer with a large

Jacksonville firm, arrived with her

Misses Dorothy Sherouse and Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Long of the telephone exchange
visited friends at Martin yesterday.

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Raysor went to

.owell today. They, expect to remain

on Mr. Raysor's farm until June 1.

smart little son. Chambliss. from that
city yesterday, and went on down to
Eastlake in the evening to spend her

vacation with Mrs. Frank Newport.

HUGH J.
50 West Exposition St.

NICHOLS
OCALA, FLORIDA

FOR SALE Two one-horse wagons

i f or sale. Apply to 31 North 3rd street

west.

Mrs. J. G. Lege of Woodmar is in the
city today, the guest of Mrs. L M.
Murray.

I When I "I

DINE
I Always
DINE
With Billy
AT
WILL LEE'S
Cafe
The best place in the cit)
MUSIC EVERY EVENING
from 6:00 lo 7:30

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V. D. C. MEETING

Lawton Bailey has received that fine,
new Harley-Davidson motorcycle,
which only costs him a dollar, and re refuses
fuses refuses to look at $200 for it.

conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to noon today:
Clear; south wind.
Minimum temperature, 6: degrees.
Maximum temperature, 8! degrees.
Traces of rain.

the residence of the bride's grand grandfather,
father, grandfather, Mr. John Dixon at Oklawaha.
Mr. James M. Fort and Miss Lilla
Nixon. W. E. McGahagin, notary pub public,
lic, public, officiating.

YVEATIIEK FORECAST

Fair tonight and Tuesday, slightly
cooler tonight northeast portion and
warmer Tuesday northwest portion.

j Mrs. G. A. Douglass and children
(left today for their home in Miami, ac ac-jcompanied
jcompanied ac-jcompanied by Mrs. Douglass' mother,
Mrs. L J. Lummus.

The Presby terian embroidery circle
meets with Mrs. H. A. Waterman at
Dr. Walter Hood's residence this afternoon.

HI OF TIIAMv
We wish to extend our heartfelt
thanks to our neighbors and friends
who so kindly assisted us during "the

serious illness of our little boy. Lindner. ;

and for t lie beautiful tlowers. We do
hope and pray that the blessings of
God will ever rest on them.
Mr. W. H. Mr-Conn.
Mrs. W. H. MeConn.
Miss Jettie McConn.

The Baptist sewing circle will meet
at the residence of Mrs. L W. Duval
this afternoon. Mrs. Duval and Mrs. L.
P. Converse will lie hostesses.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Edmonds
and Miss Edmonds and Mr. H. L. Clark
of Baltimore are at the Ocala House.
Mr. Edmonds is editor of the Manu Manufacturers
facturers Manufacturers Record, the leading indus industrial
trial industrial publication of the country, and
Mr. Clark is his secretary. The party
is looking over the attractions of
Ocala and vicinity.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mathews have
rented Dr. Van Hood's cottage, on the
corner of Tuscawilla and Scuth Second
treats.

Dr. S. H. Bliteh and daughter. Miss
Legie. Messrs. T. J. S. Sistrunk. W. B.
Rawls. W. P. Hammond and J. B.
George of Blitchton and nearby points,
were- in town today.

The champion melon for this sea season
son season is at the Commercial Bank. It
weighs thirty-four pounds and was
raised by J. P. DeVaney of Weirsdale,

Mrs. H. W. Long of Martel left to today
day today for Jacksonville, to visit her sister.

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Green of Augusta,
Ga.. who have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Smith, have returned home.

When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L Maloney, at the Girard, No. 11
East Duval street, just off Main. Best
7fc. room in the city.

Mr. D. E. Mclver of the big firm of
Mclver & MacKay, Ocala. was here
Wednesday evening. Bushnell Times.

Messrs. M. R. Williams and J. F.
Thompson went to Tampa and return
on Sunnyjim yesterday. They did not
take Blesch and the editor of the Star
along, so they had a dull trip. The
only excitement they had was the

Circuit court is in session. The! shooting of a darkey at Croom. They

grand jury has organized and gone to 'didn't shoot the darkey, but saw an-

One of our readers, who perused the
parody on Young Lochinvar that we re

printed from the Tampa Tribune a few
days ago. expressed great satisfaction j

with the piece. "When I was a boy,
he said, "it was one of my favorite
poems, but I always felt that there was
something lacking. When I read this
latter day version. I discovered what
the something was. It was an automo automobile
bile automobile instead of a horse, but there were
not any autos then, or I would have
been wise to the deficiency at once."

Some fine peaches raised by Dr. A. R.
Williams of Candler are at the Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank.

wife and two
went out to

Judge W. E. Smith.

pretty little daughters

Kendrick yesterday afternoon, to visit
Mrs. Smith's father, Mr. G. W. Ray.

The regular meeting of

Chapter, 1. D. C, has been postponed
till Tuesday, May 14th.
Mrs. S. R. Whaley,
Recording Secretary.

work. other darkey that they wanted to shoot,
i but having forgetfully left their guns
Messrs. Collins and Burrell of the; at home had to deny themselves the in-

Dickison gtar-s special edition force, are in Mc- diligence. The colored man at Croom

Intosh today interviewing the people, seems to have committed involuntary
of that prosperous section. j suicide; that is, he sassed a large and
high-tempered white man. which isn't
Miss Ida Foland, who has been very j as safe a proceeding out in the piny piny-sick.
sick. piny-sick. was taken back to Levon by her woods as it is in town.

TRY JACKSONVILLE'S POPULAR
Hotel Aster
Cor. Bay and Hogan Sis.
Jacksonville, Florida
All modern improvements,
very central location, coolest
rooms in city. Fine sample
rooms.
Rates: $1.00 $1.50 and $2.00
with bath.
Astor Investment Co.,
Proprietors.
A. B. Vance, President.

When your food does not digest well
and you feel "blue." tired and discour discouraged,
aged, discouraged, you should use a little HERB1NE
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.

brother Saturday. Miss Foland has been

at Mrs. Connor's on Oranne avenue. i This time last week the Ocala San

itarium was full of patients, but all

TAKEN CP A bay colt Owner can
have same by identifying the animal,
and paying expenses. Mrs. D. M. Smith.

Mrs. J. H. Tinley, Waynesboro, Ga.,
suffered for years with rheumatism
and kidney and bladder trouble. "I
have taken several different kinds of
medicine but got no relief until I took
Foley Kidney Pills, which have cured
me. I think them the best remedy
for kidney and bladder trouble and for
rheumatism." Sold at Th Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store.

Mrs. R. C. Muncaster and her hand handsome
some handsome little son returned from their
vacation to South Carolina yesterday.
They stopped in Jacksonville several
days, to visit Mrs. Muncaster's parents.

Mrs. E. W. Peabody left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Clearwater, where she will

have gone home, cured. except Mr.
Proctor, who was brought in Saturday.
The institution was full last week, and
the management is looking for more-room.

Dauglas shoes at Fishel's.
FOR SALE One good saddle
Inquire of Mrs. W. P. Edwards.

horse.

Mr. J. S. Scott and wife arrived yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Detroit, Mich. They will
be here for some time if not perma

nently. Mr. Scott will take care of th

peach crop of Prof. -I. H. Brinson's.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott are located at 71
North Pond street.

LOST A keyring with an office
Yale lock key. a postoffice key and a
house key. Please return same to this
office or Dr. D M. Smith's office.

Mrs. George K. Williams and family
arrived Saturday and will make their
home in the city in future with Mr.
Williams, of Jenkins & Williams, the
eontractors. Mr. and Mrs. Williams
have the residence owned by Mr. Mc Mclver,
lver, Mclver, formerly occupied by Mr. II. A.
Kramer.

Mrs. C. L. Bradford, who has been
spending several days In Ocala in the
interest of the Children's Home So Society,
ciety, Society, left for her home in Jacksonville
Saturday. Mrs. Bradford speaks very
highly of the people of Ocala and
hopes to a --rain visit our city. Mr. M.
C. Fagg. state superintendent of the
society, expects to visit Ocala soon
and will speak on the subpect of that
worthy institution.

Mr. C. II. Dame came down from
Jacksonville Saturday evening and
spent yesterday in town with his
children, returning to be with his wife
today. Mrs. Dame is now in St. Luke's
Hospital and is doing well and Mr.
Dame hopes to have her at home again
soon. Mr. Dame instituted a large
camp of Woodmen at Middleberry last
week.

A fine little son was born Sunday
morning to Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Theus. at
their home on South Third street. The
mother and baby are doing splendidly.
Mrs. Theus was formerly Miss Stein.
The young parents are very proud of
their first child, and are receiving
many c-ontrratulations on its advent
into the family.

"-Mothers' Day was well observed in

Ocala, particularly in the churches,
with appropriate sermons and beauti beautiful
ful beautiful displays of flowers.

HONEY FOR SALE Orange honey
in five gallon cans $4.30 per can crated
f. o. b. Palmetto. Barrel lots 80 cents

per gallon of twelve pounds. Manatee j morning.

Fruit Company. 5-8-4td

Miss Marie von Engelken had the
good fortune last week to recover her
sorority pin a handsome, heavily jew-

visit her daughter before returning tojeled pin which she had lost during her
her home at Sanford. j first year at college at Champaign. III.
j The evening the pin was lost, she was
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar H. Burnett, after attending a ball in Champaign. A
a visit to their relatives here, return-i thorough search of the hall the follow followed
ed followed to their home in Daytona today. t ing day failed to disclose the lost pin.
j A few days ago she received a letter
Two more whopping fine melons are j from a Champaign girl saying that at

LOST Thursday afternoon between
the O. K. Teapot Grocery and C. H.
Hardee's residence, a small, black
leather purse, containing $:5.00 in bills
and $2.00 in silver. Finder please re-

! turn to Star office and receive reward.

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.

FOR SALE Eggs from pure English
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.

.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.

on paraae at tne .Munroe .namons

Bank, a 30-pounder from the field

Mr. S. L. Griggs near Oxford, and a
l&a4 -pounder raised by Caldwell Bros.

at Candler.

dance last week at

Fruit jars at Fishel's.

Occident Spring
Wheat Flour
BEST MADE

6 pound bag .

Illinois Hall

of! she accidentally upset a large palm.

Some of the soil spilled from the base
and in it she noticed something glit glittering.
tering. glittering. It proved to be the lost sorority

pin. As Miss von EngelKen s name
was engraved on the rear, there was no

difficulty in locating the owner, now

the pin found its unique resting place
is a mystery. Miss von Engelken is
very fortunate indeed in recovering the
pin after the lapse of so long a time.

The quiet of Mr. M. M. Little's Sun Sunday
day Sunday was ruthlessly disturbed yesterday
morning by a ha.-kman who appeared
at that gentleman's residence and in informed
formed informed him that his store was flooded.
Mr. Little hurried don town to find
that the heavy rain had filled the yard
behind the store with water, which had
overflowed into the room and covered
the floor two inches deep with water.
While very little of his sto--k was in
reach of the water, several rugs on the
floor were ruined, and it took some
hours hard work to bail out and dry
the store.

Rev. W. H. Coleman preached an elo eloquent
quent eloquent sermon on fraternity to tin tin-members
members tin-members of Tulula Lodge yesterday

There was a good attend

ance and the sermon was heard with
much interest.

Captain Frank Mathews is designing
a new motorboat. which will be one of
the swiftest craft- in Florida waters.
It will be 28 feet long with a 20-hp.
engine, and !? expected to make 2"
miles a nhour.

Mr. Demo, the painter, has the con contract
tract contract to paint Mr. J. K. Dickson's new
residence on Oklawaha avenue.

Another heavy rain. accompanied
with wind and thunder, struck the
city yesterday morning, and made
tiings uncomfortable for awhile, tho It
secured fT us a comparatively cool
and pleasant day.

The p.oy Scouts had a pleasant and
instructive day at Silver Springs Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. an-1 hiked into town in an hour
and twenty minutes in the afternoon.
They expect to go Friday to some
point on Lake Weir and pa-s three
days in camp.

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this morning, and took Sunnyjim for
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While coming up Magnolia street
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torcycle motorcycle Saturday night. Mr. W. II.
Burn ran into the horse that drew
Wolff & Heintz's delivery wagon. The
wagon was in front of the bakery and
the driver tried to back when Mr.
Burns thought he was goinz the other
way. Mr. Burns was knocked senseless

j an dthe horse was so badly hurt he
i had to be shot. The motorcycle was
j uninjured. Mr. Burns was sufficiently
s recovered from his hurts to be at hi hi-I
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and Sth street, corner Watula and 6th
streets, a pocketbook containing valua valuable
ble valuable receipts and a ten-dollar bill.

Finder please leave same at this office

and receive rward.

Mr Alfred Aver, and nearly all the
other veterans, returned from the Ma Macon
con Macon reunion last night. They all report

a most pleasant time.

Dr. R D. Fuller was able to leave

the Marion County Hospital ior nis
home yesterday, and will soon be able
to be out ai;ain. Dr. Fuller speaks

very highly of the good work of the

hospital, which he has had ample op opportunity
portunity opportunity to observe.

Mrs. H. C. Dozier was able to leave
the hospital yesterday, and is again at
home and will be out again in a few

lays.

The hearing of Mr. I-. R. Robinson's
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poned. postponed. The matter will probably be
settled out of court.

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The Wreck

of the

rrr

Jlitan

By Morgan Robertson

Copyright. IKK, by M. F. Mansfield.
Copyright, 1912, by Morgan Rob Robertson.
ertson. Robertson. All rights reserved.

AT THE TIP 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.

CHAPTER VI.
The Return of Rowland.

f IX a certain morning about two
I I months after the announce

ment of the loss or tne man
Mr. Meyer sat at his desk in

the rooms busily writing when the
old gentleman who had lewailed the

death of his son In the intelligence of office
fice office tottered In and took a chair beside
him.
"Good morning, Mr. Selfridge," he
said, scarcely looking up. "I suppose
you have come to see der insurance
paid over. Der sixty days are up."
"Yes, yes, Mr. Meyer," said the old
gentleman wearily. "Of course as
merely a stockholder 1 can take no
active part. But I am a member here
and naturally a little anxious. All I
had in the world, even to my son and
grandchild, was in the Titan."
"It is verr sad, Mr. Selfridge. You
have my deepest sympathy. I pelieve
you are der largest holder of Titan

stock, about 100.000, is it not?"
"About that."
"I am der heaviest insurer. So Mr.
Selfridge this battle will be largely
petween you and myself."
"Battle! Is there to be any diffi difficulty
culty difficulty ?" asked Mr. Selfridge anxiously.
"Berhaps: I do not know. Der un underwriters
derwriters underwriters and outside companies have
blaced matters in my hands and will
not bay until I take der initiative. We
must hear from one John Rowland,
who, with a little child, was rescued
from der berg and taken to Christian Christian-sand.
sand. Christian-sand. He has been too sick to leave
der ship which found him and is com coming
ing coming up der Thames in her this morn morning.
ing. morning. I have a carriage at der dock
and expect him at my office py noon.
Dere is where we will dransact this
little piznessnot here."
"A child saved!" queried the old
gentleman. "Dear me! It may be lit
tie Myra. She was not at Gibraltar
with the others. I would not care I
would not care much about the money
If she was safe. But my son. my only
son, is gone, and Mr. Meyer I am a
ruined man if this insurance is not
paid."
"And I am a ruined man If it is,"
said Mr. Meyer, rising. "Will you come
around to der office, Mr. Selfridge? I
expect der attorney and Captain Bryce
are dere now." Mr. Selfridge arose
and accompanied him to the street
A rather meagerly furnished private
office in Threadneedle street, partition partitioned
ed partitioned off from a larger one bearing Mr.
Meyer's name in the window, received
the two men. one of whom, in the in interests
terests interests of good business, was soon to

be impoverished. They had not wait

ed a minute before Captain Bryce and
Mr. Austen were announced and usher ushered
ed ushered in. Sleek, well fed and gentleman gentlemanly
ly gentlemanly in manner, perfect types of the Brit British
ish British naval officer, they bowed politely
to Mr. Selfridge when Mr. Meyer in introduced
troduced introduced them as the captain and first
officer of the Titan and seated them themselves.
selves. themselves. A few moments later brought
a shrewd looking person whom Mr
Meyer addressed as the attorney for
the steamship company, but did not
introduce, for such are the amenities
ef the English system of caste.
"Now, then, gentlemen," said Mr
Meyer, "I pelieve we can broceed to
pizness up to a certain point berhaps
further. Mr. Thompson, you have the
affidavit of Captain Bryce."
"I have," said the attorney, produc producing
ing producing a document which Mr. Meyer
glanced at and handed back.
"And in this statement, captain," he
said, "you have sworn that der voyage
was uneventful up to der moment of
der wreck that is," he added with an
oily smile as he noticed the paling of
the captain's face, "that nothing oc occurred
curred occurred to make der Titan less sea seaworthy
worthy seaworthy or manageable?"
"That is what I swore to." said the
captain with a little sigh.
"You are part owner, are you not.
Captain Bryce?"
"I own five shares of the company's
stock."
"I have examined der charter and
der company lists," said Mr. Meyer.
"Each boat of der company Is. so far

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For answer Mr. Meyer elevated hi3
black eyebrows, assumed an attitude
of listening, looked at his watch and
went to the door, which as he opened
admitted the sound of carriage wheels.
"In here." be called to his clerks, then
faced the captain.
"What do I mean, Captain Bryce?"
he thundered. "I mean that you have
concealed in your sworn statement all
reference to der fact that you collided

with and sunk the ship Royal Age on
der night before the wreck of your own
ship:"
"Who says so? How do you know
it?" blustered the captain. "You have
only that bulletin statement of the man
Rowland, an irresponsible drunkard."
"The man was lifted aboard drunk at
New York," broke in the first officer,
"and remained in a condition of deliri delirium
um delirium tremens up to the shipwreck. We
did not meet the Royai Age and are in
no way responsible for her loss."
"Yes," added Captain liryce, "and a
man in that condition Is liable to see
anything. We listened to his ravings
on the night of the wreck, lie was on
lookout on the bridge. Mr. Austen,
the boatsw'n. and myself were closo to
him."
Ilefore Mr. Meyer's oily stnll' lud in indicated
dicated indicated to the flustered captain that he
had said too much the door opened and
admitted Rowland, pale and weak, with
empty left sleeve, leaning on the arm
of a bronze bearded and manly looking
pant who carried little Myra on the
other shoulder and who said in the

breezy tone of the quarter deck:
"Well, I've brought him half dead.
Rut why couldn't you give me time to
dock my shipV A mate can't do every everything."
thing." everything." "And this is Captain Barry of der
Peerless," said Mr. Meyer, taking his
hand. "It is all right, my friend; you
will not lose. And this is Mr. Row Rowland,
land, Rowland, and this is der little child. Sit
down, my friend. I congratulate you
on your escape."
"Thank you." said Rowland weakly
as he seated himself. "They cut my
ana off at Christiausand, and I still
live. That is my escape."
Captain Bryce and Mr. Austen, pale

and motionless, stared hard at this
man, in whose emaciated face, refined
by suffering to the almost spiritual
softness of age, they hardly recognized
the features of the troublesome sailor
of the Titan. His clothing, though
clean, was ragged and patched.
Mr. Selfridge had arisen and was
also staring, not at Rowland, but at the
child, who. seated in the lap of the
big Captain Barry, was looking around
with wondering eyes. ITer costume
was unique A divss of bagging stuff
put together, as were her canvas shoes
and hat, with sail twine in sailmak sailmak-er's
er's sailmak-er's stitches, three to the inch, covered
skirts and underclothing made from
old flannel shirts. It represented many
an hour's work of the watch below,
lovingly bestowed by the crew of the
Peerless, for the crippled Rowland
could not sew. Mr. Selfridge approach approached,
ed, approached, scanned the pretty features closely
and asked:
"What is her name?"
"Her first name is Myra," answered
Rowland. "She remembers that. But
I have not learned her last name,
though I knew her mother years ago
before her marriage."
"Myra, Myra." repeated the old gen gentleman,
tleman, gentleman, "do you know me? Don't you
know me?" He trembled visibly as he
stooped and kissed her. The little

forehead puckered and wrinkled as the
child struggled with memory; then it
cleared, and the whole face sweetened
to a smile.
"fwampa." she said.
"O God. I thank thee," murmured
Mr. Selfridge. taking her in his arms.
"I have lost my son. but I have found
his child my granddaughter."
"But. sir." asked Rowland eagerly,
"you this child's grandfather? Your
son is lost, you say. Was he on board

the Titan? And the mother was she

saved or is she too" He stopped, un unable
able unable to continue.
"The mother is safe In New York,
but the father, my son, has not yet
been heard from." said the old man
mournfully.
(Continued Tomorrow)

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"O God, I thank thee!"
as assessments and dividends are con concerned,
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you are listed as owning two sixty-seconds
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"What do you mean, sir. by that
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