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Official Report of the I'mfrIineN at
the Janoary Meeting; of the
Tuesday, Jan. 7th, 1913.
The new board of county commissioners-elect
for 1913-1914.. composed
of C. Carmichael for district No. 1; D.
G. Watkins for district No. 2; Nathan
Mayo for district No. 3; W. T. Hender Henderson
son Henderson for district No. 4, and Walter Luff Luff-man
man Luff-man for district No. 5, who were pres present,
ent, present, were .asked to take their seats aa
commissioners "and proceed with the
affairs of the county.
On motion of Commissioner Hender Henderson,
son, Henderson, Commissioner Carmichael was
unanimously elected chairman.
Hon. F. E. Harris being- present,
stated that It was the duty of the
board to designate a newspaper for
the publication of the tax sales list
for 1913. That the custom had prevail-
ed for years to alternate with the per day; j, B Gor6f $1.75 per day. w.
other Ocala newspaper and as thejn. Fore $175 per day; H. B. Mock
Star had this publication for 1912, $L70 per day were opened and read,
that the Ocala Banner be designated j Bid3 for overseer roads in district
the paper to publish the list for 1913. N- 5 hv r n Mathews. nr dv
On motion of Commissioner Henderson
the Ocala Banner was awarded the
publication of the tax saUs list for
F. Rogers appeared relative i
road from Silver Springs to Graham-
ville and from Sharp's Ferry to Ocala j
anu oiiver springs roaa. me cnair- l members present.
man Informed him these roads would j Gen H Long. appeared and pre.
have early attention. jsented petition by Dr. W. R. O. Veal
Mr. J. D. Robertson appeared and and others as follows:1
asked that the county appropriate $150 The undersigned your petitioners
to be expended in strawing and filling would show that K A. Tucker owns
holes on the Stokes Ferry road. Onten acres of land on the east side of
motion of Commissioner Henderson, ; the pubiic road from the Blitchton
matter was referred to Commissioner j road via F w oiiteh's residence to
Watkins with power to act.
Florida Metal Products Co. of Jack Jacksonville,,
sonville,, Jacksonville,, appeared and asked a show
on an order for metal culverts when
Hon. F. M. Harp appeared and pre presented
sented presented a largely signed petition ask asking
ing asking that the territory embraced in Or-
ange Springs voting precinct, Fort ed and to avoid building two fences
McCoy voting precinct and that part your petitioners petition and request
of Eureka voting precinct west of the your honorable board to grant an or or-Oklawaha
Oklawaha or-Oklawaha river, the whole of same )der -permitting said L. A. Tucker to so
being in road district No. 5 of aidchane said road to commence 250
Marlon county. Florida, be constitut- yards north of it3 intersection with
ed into a special road and bridge dis-!tne ocala and Dunnellon road thence
trict and to have constructed within j soutneast to the intersection of the
said district permanent roads and,eastern boundary of ten acres of land
bridges. east of the aforesaid road at a point
Read and on motion of Commission- 175 yardg BOrth of the Ocala public
er Mayo referred to Attorney Hocker!road as more fully snown by a map
for examination and reporfas to pro- herewith submitted which will short short-ceedings
ceedings short-ceedings necessary to carry out thisen the road 35 yards and place the
request, etc. J road on a better location, which was
On motion of Commissioner Hender- ; read and on motion of Commissioner
son, Rev. J. B. Ley was appointed pro- ;Luffman was referred to Commissioner
bation officer for 1913.
On motion, application by E. S. Dodd
for license to carry pistol, read and
referred to commissioner in charge.
un motion oi commissioner
kins, salary of Judge Smith as judge
of the juvenile court was fixed at $100
Letter by the Foster & Reynolds Co.
read and filed.
Mr. R. L. Tark appeared and com complained
plained complained of some one fencing up the
puouc roaa soutn or tne ey2 or seA oijbuilt by Lake COUT1ty and terminating
nw4 of sec 22 tp 15 s r 22 e. On mo- Jat or near tne south line or this coun coun-tion
tion coun-tion of Commissioner Mayo, matter : ty thereby carrying out the agree agree-was
was agree-was referred to Commissioner Car- mt r.ia -moc. with th hnarrt
michael with power to act.
On motion of Commissioner Watkins
it was ordered that all relief claims
or appropriations be cancelled and
the clerk instructed to notify all par parties
ties parties getting pensions from county
that after this meeting of the board
no more warrants would be sent out;
that those in need of help must report
to commissioner in charge of his or
her district, making application for
place at the county Infirmary.
On motion of Commissioner Hender Henderson
son Henderson the bill of the Rumely Products
Co. for one magneto be refused and
the clerk Instructed to make bill
against this concern for all freights
paid on one tractor from the Rumely
Products Co., together with all ex
penses connected therewith.
Letter by Morrow and Waters ask asking
ing asking a reduction of taxes on lot 557,
Dunnellon, read and on motion of
Commissioner Luff man request was
Letter and circular by Francis Ma Machinery
chinery Machinery Co., St. Louis, read and filed.
Card by G. L. Barnard and Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Chase of Jacksonville relative
their contracting office, read and filed.
Letters by A. B. Coe, representing
modern road machinery, read and filed.
Petition by A. J. Albritton et al,
largely signed, as follows: We the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned taxpayers of Daisy section
ask that the road from Daisy to Gra-hamville-be
worked as the road and
bridges are in bad condition. Read
and referred to Commissioner Luff Luff-man.
The hour having arrived for the
opening of the sealed bids for hire of
county convicts, superintendent of
hard roads, superintendent of scrape
and repair road crews, superintendent
of county infirmary, physician and sur surgeon,
geon, surgeon, road overseers, br'dge tenders,
Two bids for the hire of the county
convicts were opened. One- by the
Florida Pine Co., by E. McLin, at $25
per capita per month and the other by
P. L Weeks & Co. by P. L. Weeks of
Enville, Fla., at $24 per capita per
month, were read.
Bids by Henry Gordon at 5100 per
month and E. E. Perkins at $3.50 per
day, as superintendent of hard road
construction crew, were received and
Bids by L. L Priest at $3 per day
and J. F. Luffman at $2.70 per day as
overseer of the repair crew were open opened
ed opened and read.
Bids by E. E. Perkins at $3, Eddie
Dudley at $2.75 per day, V. P. Deas at
$2.50 per day. J. XL Hillman at $2.70
per day, G. D. Fore at $2.25 per day
and W. R. Peebles at $2.25 per day,
were opened and read.
Bids by Drs. H. W. Counts at $45
per month; E. G. Lindner at $50 per
month; E. G. reek at $70 per month;
A. L. Blalock at $40 per month and
W. V. Newsom at $49.93 per month as
county physician were opened and
Bids by Howard McClaln at $25 per
month; Scott Myers at $20 per month;
W. F. Gandy at $25 per month as
superintendent of Starkes Ferry, were
opened and read.
Bids by Hillery Tillis at $20 per
month and J. W. Sewell at $22 per
J month as superintendent of Graham-
vllle Ferry opened and read.
Dids by J. B. Chalker at 120 per
month and Isaac Perry at $16 per
month as superintendent of Moss Bluff
Ferry opened and read.
Bid by Henry Hogan at 20 per
month as superintendent of Sharps
Ferry bridge opened and read.
Bids by R. W. Dixon at $22 and J.
N. McQuaig at $23 per month opened
Bid by J. W. Gardner as superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of county infirmary at $50 per
month opened and read.
Bids for road overseership commis commissioner's
sioner's commissioner's district No. 2 by E. D. Math Mathews.
ews. Mathews. Flemington, at $2 per day; C. IL
Gray, Flemlngton, at $2 per day; G. W.
Mills, $2 per day, J. F. Parker, Leroy,
$2 per day; S. D. Atkinson, $2 per day;
W. R. Roe, $2 per day; E. S. Tynor, $2
per day, opened and read.
Bids for overseership of roads dis district
trict district No. 3 by A. J. Snell, Oklawaha,
$2 per day; F. E. Driver, Candler,
$2.75 per day; John R. Proctor, Pedro,
$2 per day; Thos. P. Gillespie, Cand Candler,
ler, Candler, $2.63 per day, opened and read.
Bids for overseer road in district No.
4 by Wade Tillis, $1.75 per day; I. P.
i Stevens?. S2 ner (lav: J. M. Mock. $1.75
I. Mizelle, $2 per day; L. W. Wilson,
2 per day; R. H. Scott, $2 per day,
WA-A nrt and rd
On motion of board adjournment
w r 7 isirvr-ii i ui ii i ii nr i itj nirr l i
' p. m.
Board rec0nvened after dinner. All
the Ocala and Dunnellon road near H.
W. Long's residence being 250 yards
n and s by 196 yards e and w and that
he owns 10 acres south of and con contiguous
tiguous contiguous to said road. That he has five
acres of the first above described lands
fenced; that he wishes to fence and
cultivate the ten acres last describ-
Watkins with power to act.
A very large committee composed of
citizens from Ocala, North, East and
South Lake Weir, appeared and pre-
at-.sented a petition, very largely signed,
J The undersigned citizens of said
county hereby respectfully request
that the hard road now ending at
North Lake Weir be continued east eastward
ward eastward and southward for such distance
as will connect with the hard road
of county commissioners of Lake
Same was read as well as commun
ication by the Leesburg board of trade
and W. H. Bickley attached to the pe
tition and fully discussed by Dr. H. W.
Henry, George MacKay, Z. C, Cham Cham-bliss,
bliss, Cham-bliss, D. E. Mclver and others. Mat
ter was laid over until commissioners
could make up their budget for 1913
and formulate their plans for road
building for the year.
Dr. J. E. Chace appeared and asked
the board to complete a road he was
building east of Ocala, asking the
board to build about 300 feet of road,
he having built about 3000 feet. Mat
ter was laid over for the meeting.
Commissioners Henderson and Wat Watkins
kins Watkins were appointed a committee to
join with a committee from the grand
jury and inspect the Marion county in
Mrs. Holmes appeared relative dam damage
age damage account road crossing her land.
Matter was referred to Commissioner
Watkins for investigation and report.
, Letter by O. S. Snell relative game
warden for Marion county read and
Letter by Dr. C. B. Ayer as follows:
On Dec. 21, 1912, about noon, I crossed
and re-crossed the river at Starkes
Ferry in a small automobile and your
ferryman, Mr. Gandy, charged me one
dollar, which I paid him. I have since
learned that it is a free ferry and I
hope you will refund my dollar and
charge same to Mr. Gandy as he shall
not be allowed to collect pay from
county and also from a taxpayer.
Also letter by J. B. Booth as fol follows:
lows: follows: Please advise me if Starkes Ferry is
not operated as a public ferry by the
county and the tender paid by the
county. My team and crew of orange
pickers was charged 75c. for crossing,
each way, a few days ago. They were
residents of Marion county and were
not going out of the county. Was it
right of them to pay ferryage.
On motion of Commissioner Hender Henderson
son Henderson it was ordered that these amounts
be refunded these parties and the
same be deducted from Mr. Gandy's
Letter by Mr. Barton B. Keep that
license issued to Frank Keep, his son,
be revoked, was read and on motion of
Commissioner Luffman license was or ordered
dered ordered revoked and cancelled.
On motion of Commissioner Luffman
(Concluded on Second Page)
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ill IS 1 M I UI
(Mrs. Maud B. Little)
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union is a fact, an undeniable fact,
and thus it has been ever since the
days of the great woman's temperance
crusade of forty years ago, and ever
since the first convention, when its
founder, our own dear Frances E. Wil Wil-lard
lard Wil-lard offered the famous resolution:
"Resolved, That, recognizing the
facf that our cause is, and will be
combatted by mighty, determined and
relentless forces, we will, trusting in
Him. who is the Prince of Peace, meet
argument with argument, misjudg misjudg-ment
ment misjudg-ment with patience, denunciation with
kindness, and all our difficulties and
dangers with prayer."
What is the Woman's Christian Tem Temperance
perance Temperance Union?
A band of women- womanly wom women,
en, women, of fifty nations and onerhalf milt milt-ion
ion milt-ion strong, banded together for the
protection of the home, the abolition
of the liquor traffic and tne triumph
of the Golden Rule In custom and In
law. Who have for their purpose the
education of the young, the forming
of a better public sentiment, and the
reforming of those weaker ones who
are enslaved by alcohol and the sns
which follow in its wako
What is the Woman's Christian Tem Temperance
perance Temperance Union?
It is furthermore a band of Christian
women who believe in the coming of
His kingdom whose service is perfect
freedom, who believe in the gospel of
the Golden Rule, that God created
both man and woman in His own
image. Who believe in a living wage,
In justice, in peace and good will to
all. Who seek the transforming power
of divine grace for themselves and
others, that none may willfully trans transcend
cend transcend no law of pure and wholesome
living. Who pray earnestly that their
principles founded upon the gospel of
Christ may be worked out into the
customs of society and the laws of
What is the Woman's Christian
A band of Christian women who
heed the divine command, who add "to
knowledge temperance," and who tes testify
tify testify by their daily lives that he who
"striveth for the mastery is temperate
in all things."
What is the Woman's Christian
A band of Christian temperance wo women
men women united. Reverse the term and It
means the same. United temperance
Christian women. United "to keep the
unity of the spirit in the bond of
peace." United for strength, and that
blessedness which follows the dwell dwelling
ing dwelling "together in unity."
Think you that a greater organiza organization
tion organization exists than the Woman's Chris Christian
tian Christian Temperance Union? A noble band
who labor for peace and arbitration,
for the children in every community,
for the betterment of our schools, for
the organization of young women for
philanthropic life, for reaching non non-churchgoers
churchgoers non-churchgoers and those in prison and
want. For reforming 'n every branch
of evangelistic work, authorized in the
Book of Books, and led by the Divine
Master vho "went about doing good."
For what does the Woman's Chris Christian
tian Christian Temperance Union stand? For
everything that is noble in woman womankind,
kind, womankind, and for everything that is en ennobling
nobling ennobling to the world, as is implied in
their motto. "For God and Home and
Native Land," and the little badge of
white ribbon, symbolic not only of
purity and peace, but including all the
correlated reforms that center in the
protection of the home. What greater
Christian patriotism than is embodied
in the national hymn
"For God and Home and Native Land
Our motto here we write It;
There is no foe we'll not withstand.
No battle but we'll fight it,
For God the Father over all.
For home its welcome smiling.
For native land out trumpet call:
For native land our trumpet call,
Take heed of notes beguiling."
Thrilling words, written by Rev. J.
E. Rankin, D. D., to whom Miss Wil Wil-lard
lard Wil-lard wrote. "Let us hav a stirring
tune to your choice words and we will
send them rolling across the contin continent."
ent." continent." In the good day to which we are
hastening,, our women realize that
they must aid if we would accomplish
it speedily, hence the pledge introduc introduced
ed introduced into practice of every day life.
"I hereby promise, God helping me,
to abstain from all d'stilled, ferment fermented
ed fermented and malt liquors, including wine,
beer and cider and to employ all
means to discourage the use of and
traffic in the same."
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union has for its lines of work: 1.
Organization. 2. Preventive. 3. Ed Educational.
ucational. Educational. 4. Evangelist" c 5 Social.
6. Legal. Under the chief heads are
grouped various depaitments with a
national superintendent in charge.
The total number of departnrents Is
forty-five, the most important ones be being
ing being the Young People's Branch, Loyal
Temperance Legion, Fair and Open Air
Meetings, Mother's Meetings and White
Ribbon Recruits, Medical Temperance,
Medal Contests, Purity in Literature
and Art, Sunday School, Soldiers and
Sailors, Flower Mission, Temperance
and Labor, Health and Heredity, Scien Scientific
tific Scientific Temperance Instruction, Christian
Citizenship, the Press, Railroad Em Employees,
ployees, Employees, Anti-Narcotics, Prison Work,
Social Meetings and Red Letter Days
and many others, particularly a late
movement in Moving Pictures as Edu Educators,
cators, Educators, in which Mr. Edison will spend
a vast sum of money and devote sev several
eral several years of his life to the work of
perfecting a repertory of educational
films that will meet the requirements
he has set to make the moving pictures
useful in the school room. This will
be a great invention for furthering
the temperance work and every White
Ribboner should use their greatest in influence
fluence influence toward adopting it as a part
of their public school curriculum.
The Red Letter Days observed by
the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union are: Jan. 3, Mother's Day, birth birthday
day birthday of Madame Willard; Feb. 10-17,
MemSership Week; March 1, Union Sig Signal
nal Signal Subscription Day, birthday of Mrs.
Lillian M. N. Stevens; March 20, Pro Prohibition
hibition Prohibition Day, birthday of Gen. Neal
Dow; June 9, Jennie Casseday's birth birthday.
day. birthday. Flower Mission Day; July 4, Na National
tional National Independence Day, birthday of
Mrs. Mary H. Hunt; July 21, Loyal
Temperance Legion Day, birthday of
Miss Anna A. Gordon; July 31, White
Ribbon Missionary Day, birthday Mary
Allen West; Aug. 3. Fresh Air Mission
Day, birthday Lady Henry Somerset;
Aug. 28, birthday of Mrs. Lucy Webb
Hays; Sept, 28, Children's Harvest Day,
birthday Miss Frances E. Willard;
World's Temperance Sunday, date ap appears
pears appears in Union Signal; third Sunday In
December, Peace Day; Dec. 23, Crusade
The official organ of the W. C. T. U.
is the Union Signal, edited by Mrs.
Lillian M. N. Stevens. It is published
weekly with sixteen pages and has a
world of interest and profit to every
White Ribboner. The Young Crusader
is the'official organ of the Loyal Tem Temperance
perance Temperance Union and is fine for the needs
of every temperance worker. It is pub published
lished published monthly by Miss Anna A. Gor Gordon
don Gordon at the price of twenty-five cents
The Florida W. C. T. U. was organ organized
ized organized in Jacksonville on January 18.
1883, by Miss Willard, although the
work had been active there for Ave
years. During this visit Miss Willard
addressed the state legislature on the
cause of temperance. In our state as
well as others has the work continued
to grow and will continue under the
presidency of our capable leader. Miss
Minnie E. Neal of the above named
Had we time and space we would,
pay homage to our national president,
Mrs. Lillian M. N. Stevens, who stands
today without a peer among our noblest
of women and under her leadership is
our work advancing "for God and
Home and Native Land."
The W. C. T. U. is a child of the
church, and every member of said or organization
ganization organization should consecrate her en energies
ergies energies and work with a wilL Read
Phil 4:8 and "think on these things"
fair women of Florida. There are in innumerable
numerable innumerable reasons why all should be belong
long belong to the W. C. T. U., but none suf sufficient
ficient sufficient why one should not belong. We
trust that the new year will mark an
epoch in the history of the Florida W.
C. T. U. and upon every member do we
breathe the White Ribbon benedic benediction:
tion: benediction: "The Lord bless thee and keep thee.
The Lord make his face to shine upon
thee and be gracious unto thee. The
Lord lift up His countenance upon
thee and give thee peace." Amen.
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that 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 be believe
lieve believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
National Bank of Commerce, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally,
nally, internally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
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Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa constipation.
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We are prepared to take a few
boarders; good fare and comfortable
rooms for $4.75 per week. Mrs. J. A.
Mooney, No. 160 North Magnolia street.
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It forms convincing proof of merit.
C. F. Hays, 271 Orange St., Ocala,
Fla., says: "I think that heavy lifting
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For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New ork, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. 2
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Was paid at a banquet to Henry Clay,
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einauer ur uo7
Are Showing for Spring 1913
An Exquisite Line of
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In White and Fancy Serges
A Full Assortment of
ladies' Mnsiin Underwear
Also Embroideries, Laces and White Goods
Specially Low Prices
The Latest Styles in
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: : : : Invited : : : :
There's nothing more important to us all than PURE,
"FRESH GROCERIES, and we want to suggest that you Include
in your New. Year's resolutions a determination that you will
during 1913 use only such goods as can be absolutely guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed to be the best In their line.. While we handle several grades
of GROCERIES, we stand ready at all times to fully guarantee
every package that leaves our establishment to be Just as rep-
resented, and anything that does not come up to this guarantee'
will be replaced without a question, or your money will be cheer cheerfully
fully cheerfully refunded. If there Is anything more reasonable that we can
-offer you to induce you to become a patron during: the coming:
.year, just call us up by phone, write us a letter, or come to our
store on the corner of Fort King avenue and South Main street
and tell us what It is, and we assure you good service, prompt
delivery, and, in fact, satisfaction in every Instance.
MIIAT BETTER REASONS CAN YOU ASK TIIAN THESE FOR
GIVING US YOUR GROCERY TRADE
COUNTS GIROCEMY CO.
J. II. J. COUNTS, Proprietor
Ocala, Phone 114 Florida
F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. ftVCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
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M. W. TUCKER
FORT KING BLOCK
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Union Square v
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Homo-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
American Plan, $2 per day and up. European Plan. fLCO per day &nd mp.
Special "Weekly Hates.
Churchill & Co.
Suite 1 to 7 Holder Block. Southwest
Corner of Public Oquare
us Give an Estimate on Year
OCALA EVENING STAR
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Bittlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
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J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mall matter.
THE COST or DEFEXSE
CoL Goethal thinks that 25,000 men
will be needed to guard the Panama
canaL J' says: "Once we lost control
of the In a war we would have to
depeod on the garrison on the zone.'
Thia I3 obviously true but It does
noi prove tne necessity or Keeping a
strong garrison at Panama In time of
peace. Wars do not break out unex
pectedly. They always follow signs
mat point to tneir coming and since a
Ktrong garrison could be landed at
Colon In a week of the first indica indications
tions indications of need we do not see any reason
why a large body of troops should be
kept there all the time,
liut in the event or a war with a
strong enemy in control of the sea of
what use would a garrison of 25,000
men be at Panama? While this gar garrison
rison garrison could not be reinforced the en--my
could send 50,000 or 100.000 or
200.000 men against It. In the event of
a war with an enemy strong enough
to defeat our navy the more men we
might have at Panama the more pris prisoners
oners prisoners the enemy would take.
It Is $plly to try to protect the canal
by force when we could so easily pro protect
tect protect It by International agreement.
The Times-Union's military expert
must have learned his profession un under
der under Von der Goltz, the scientific in instructor
structor instructor of the Turks.
Wars break out, if not unexpectedly,
very suddenly sometimes. That little
Russo-Japanese scrap that began nine
years ago this spring is an instance in
point, and a prepared enemy might
Tace troops to Panama as fast or fast faster
er faster than we can. Both Great Britain
and France have insular possessions
large enough to mass armies on near nearer
er nearer to the canal than our home terri territory.
tory. territory. Twenty-five thousand men might
not hold the canal indefinitely against
the power of Great Britain, Germany
or France, but they could hold It until
we had a chance to rally. Twenty Twenty-five
five Twenty-five thousand men 13 quite an army in
some situations. It Is more than half
the force of Boers that it took Great
Britain three years to whip, and the
Boers had no cruisers and torpedo
boats to interfere with the transports
that were constantly bringing more
invaders Into their country. With our
resources, our coastline and harbors,
It is not likely that we could be so
hemmed that we couldn't make it
hazardous for troops to be transported
in large numDers rrom even Jamaica
. to Colon. One swift cruiser could play
the very mischief with a whole fleet
of transports. Twenty-five thousand
men could hold the canal zone against
150,000 unless the American soldier has
greatly deteriorated. Great Britain is
the only country that stands much
chance of landing such a force. Great
Britain hasn't any such a force to
send, except a few thousand at a
time as she sent them to Africa. Ger Germany
many Germany with good luck could land
troops enough on the canal territory
to overcome eight or ten thousand
American soldiers, but hardly enough
to overcome 23,000. Japan might do
the same thing, tho it is doubtful.
The only country that has both the
troops to send, the ships to send them
in, and perhaps the ships to guard
them, Is France. What possible chance
is there that we shall have a war
There is not as much chance that
we shall have war with Britain as
with France. The only civilized pow power
er power we are likely to have war with is
Germany, which nation would have
some chance of destroying the canal,
or taking It away from us for a time
If It was slenderly guarded. In case
of war, either nation, or both, for an
alliance between them Is not impossi impossible,
ble, impossible, would certainly strike at the
To paraphrase the Times-Union, the
Star thinks "it Is folly to try to pro protect
tect protect the canal by International agree agreement
ment agreement when we can more surely protect
ft by force." International agree agreements
ments agreements are generally broken when a
nation finds it safe and convenient to
break them. It looks like the United
' 'States is preparing to break an inter international
national international agreement about that same
canal, and if it does it can't expect
any nation to respect another.
Studcbaker "35" Touring Car $1350, Delivered
The Six-Passenger Touring Car Enters the Low Priced Zone
The Utah legislature is discussing
the various modes of putting crim criminals
inals criminals to death, and among other plans
It Is proposed to let them commit sui suicide.
cide. suicide. The average man or woman will
starve to death, which is one of the
most cruel ways of dying, rather than
commit suicide. An Ocala physician,
who has been smothered into uncon unconsciousness
sciousness unconsciousness in the water a couple of
times, says that drowning is the most
merciful way of putting anything to
death, and It seems to the Star that it
would be preferable to either hanging
V. T. Gober of Fort Lauderdale
committed suicide In Jacksonville
Monday. Gober was a farmer, former formerly
ly formerly from Oklahoma, and on a visit to
Jacksonville he fell into the hands of
confidence men, who buncoed him out
of all the money he had. He' drank
carbolic acid rather than go home and
face his wife and children. He seems
to have been a weak character, but
the men who plundered him are moral morally
ly morally guilty of murder, and should be
sent to the penitentiary.
After expecting Adrianople to sur
render from starvation for several
weeks, the Bulgarians are now sur surprised
prised surprised to be informed that the city Is
well enough supplied to hold out until
A bunch of "undesirable citizens"
has Just been chased out of Tampa by
the police, and it behooveth the Ocala
authorities to see to it that none of
them dally In this city.
DR. D. BI. B0NEY
Optometry Office and Laboratory
9 to 12 a, m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2- Gary Building, Ocala, Fla.
Notice first that this is a six-passenger car. In Instead
stead Instead of the usual five-passenger touring car, we
have chosen this new but far more convenient and
logical plan, of making the "35" a six-passenger
car, with two seats of the disappearing, -collapsible
The body is long and handsome. The upholster upholstering
ing upholstering rich, and the cushions so deep and comforta comfortable
ble comfortable that it seems incredible that they can be placed
on a $1350 car.
With the 116-inch wheel base, the Studebaker
"35" really enters the big car class. Yet we shall
build 25,000 of this type during the coming year,
and the price is much lower than any other big car
which approaches it.
In the Wagner electric self-starter we have a de device
vice device which has been developed beyond all the little
difficulties which first attended electric self-starters.
It is simple in operation; has nothing to get
out of order, and will turn the motor 80 revolutions
per minute for 31 minutes. Simply pull a handle
on the steering column and you car will start.
The electric lights are of a type identical with
those used on' the highest priced cars, are lighted
from the storage battery, which forms a part of
the electric system.
The springs, semi-elliptic front, three-quarters
elliptic rear, are so placed that the car is not only
extraordinarily comfortable, but has great "rida "rida-bility"
bility" "rida-bility" even over rough roads.
For power we have the long-stroke motor, full
35 horsepower. The design is in accordance with
the most modern engineering practice. Nothing
better has been developed. Everything is acces accessible.
sible. accessible. The motor is, we believe, as quiet as any motor
ever offered, and with its 35 horsepower offers the
driver an extraordinary capacity, both
and for surmounting difficult road conditions.
Compared with other cars of the same wheel-base,
the "35" has far more than standard power.
The full floating rear axle not only eliminates
all possibility of axle trouble, but gives this car
precisely the same construction as is used in the
highest priced cars.
In short, the owner of the Studebaker "35" will
be certain that his car equals in every way, and in
body design surpasses, other cars of about the
same size, which are offered at several hundred
dollars higher price. r
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Studebaker 35" Price $950, Delivered
Notice the close resemblance
The design and chassis construction of the
Studebaker "25" is precisely similar to both the
Studebaker "35" and the Studebaker "Six." In
quality of chassis material, methods of manufac manufacture
ture manufacture and care in inspection the "25"' is identical
with the higher priced Studebaker cars.
Because of these facts alone the Studebaker "25"
is taken out of comparison with other cars of the
same price. In every essential of automobile con construction
struction construction it is as good as the Studebaker "35" and
"Six," and that means as good as any cars can be
In proportion to its weight ot 1750 pounds the
"25" has extraordinary power. For ease in handl handling,
ing, handling, "roadability," we do not believe Jt is surpass surpassed
ed surpassed by any car at any price.
Moreover, the finely upholstered and deeply
cushioned seats are extremely comfortable. There
is no swaying across the road at speed as Is fre frequently
quently frequently the case with light cars. The body is of
handsome design, with ample room in the tonneau
for three passengers.
to our other cars.
As In all Studebaker cars, everything has been
made convenient. We have equipped the car with
a gas primer, which altogether does away with the
objection of hand cranking.
The Studebaker Jiffy curtains on the "25" are
very handy, and from the spark and throttle con controls,
trols, controls, which are on the steering column, to the
30x3 inch Goodrich tires, everything!. about the
car is of the best quality, and will appeal to the
purchaser who knows automobile value" when he
We have built the "25" not only for the buyer
who delights in accessories, but for the great Am American
erican American people who want an unfailing, handsome,
enduring car at a price within everyonn's reach.
The "25" is the kind of a car a man ought to
buy, because it conforms in every way to the high
standards of Studebaker reputation and Stude Studebaker
baker Studebaker practice.
No Trouble to Show the Cars. We are Proud of Them-
Their Handsome Looks and Wbat Itty Will Bo. and we Challenge (he World to Produce
a Better Car in Looks or Pnlliog Qualities at ANY PRICE.
Call and Sec The Cars or Write us.
A. Go GATES Agent, Ocala, r Florida Pliope 159.
WANTED Young man, as appren
tices under Instructions, to serve and
finish their mechanical experience, as
pattern makers, moulders and machin
ists. Address Ocala Iron Works. 1-25
OPEN DAY AND NTGnT
Merchants Cafe, A. C. I.
ner. Meals a la carte and
any hour. Ad.
depot cor cor-lunches
lunches cor-lunches nt
OMilE InUUDlS' MARKET OPEN
The market formerly "Known as the
Ollie Mordis' is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be. treated right.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS,
Dtaler in Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.
Tartly cloudy, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 57 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 84 degrees.
Average, 71 degrees.
Local rains tonight or Wednesday,
except fair northwest portion, colder
tonight north and central portions;
colder Wednesday east- and south portions.
It has been over a dozen years since
anything like an Indian war took place
in the United States, so it looks, like
old times to read in the dispatches
that a band of Ute Indians, enraged
by the killing of one of their number
by a sheepherder, have left their res reservation
ervation reservation near Cortez, Colo., and have
taken to the mountains. They are
well armed and may give considerable
trouble before they are rounded up.
The Mississippi river is on another
rampage, and a repetition of last
year's floods Is feared.
DEEP WELL DRIIXIXG
Now Is the time to have your deep
wells put in as I have cut prices on
deep wells to ?1 per foot for four-inch
wells and $1.40 per foot for six-inch
wells. Satisfaction guaranteed or no
charges. J. T. Brown, Box. 3S0, Ocala,
The negro who committed an out outrage
rage outrage on a white woman near Haines
City about a month ago, and was tried
in Bartow last week, Is to be hung in
that town tomorrow.
A GIRL'S WILD MIDNIGHT RIDE
To warn" people of a fearful forest
fire in the Catskllls a young girl rode
horseback at midnight and saved
many lives. Her deed was glorious
but lives are often saved by Dr. King's
New Discovery in curing lung trouble,
coughs and colds, which might have
ended In consumption or pneumonia.
"It cured me of a dreadful cough and
lung disease," writes W. R. Patter Patterson,
son, Patterson, Wellington, Texas., after four In
our family had died with consumption,
and I gained 87 pounds." Nothing so
sure and safe for all throat and lung
troubles. Price 50c and 51. Trial bot bottle
tle bottle free. Guaranteed by Tydings &
Mrs. A. R. Tabor, of Crider, Mo., had
been troubled with sick headache for
about five years, when she began tak taking
ing taking Chamberlain's Tablets. She has
taken two bottles of them and they
have cured her. Sick headache is
caused by a disordered stomach for
which these tablets are especially in intended.
tended. intended. Try them, get well and stay
welL Sold by all dealers. Adv.
To introduce our very complete spring
line of beautiful wool suitintrs, wash
fabrics, fancy wai-stins?.-, silks, etc.,
hdkfs. laces and petticoats. All up to
date N. Y. City patterns. Finet line
on the market. Dealing direct with
the 'mills you will find our prices low.
profits $10 to $30 weekly. Samples and
full Instructions packed in a neat
sample case shipped express prepahl.
No money required. kxclusiv tern
tory. Write for particulars. IJe fir
to apDly. Standard Drew Good I"
I)ek CIO, BInKbamton, .V. V.
WED., JAN. 22
The VVM.A. Brady, Ltd.
LAUGHING KIT IN YEARS
By Margaret Mayo
A tonic prescribed for all who
are troubled wiih Blues, Tired
feeling and Depression in three
doses. : : : :
50C75C $1 $1.50
Now on Sale
The Dazzling Musical Show
SALF.M TiiTT WfllTftEY, HOMER
Ti'TT end BLANCHE TOttPSON
Great Singing and Dancing
Chorus of Bronzed Beauties
THE SHOW YOU KNOW
- Prices 50c 75c $1
The success of two continents,
"Baby Mine," Margaret May's merry
play which appears at the Temple to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night, under the direction of
William A. Brady, Ltd., just finished
an engagement of eight weeks at the
Majestic theater, Boston. "Baby Mine"
also ran for one solid year at Daly's
theater. New York, where it played to
the largest gross receipts ever known
in the history of the American stage,
and not content with that, the comedy
is now breaking all records at the
Criterion theater, London, where It
has already reached its second year.
It will shortly be produced In Paris,
Berlin, Vienna, St. Petersburg, Austra Australia,
lia, Australia, South American and Japan. It Is
certain as mundane affairs can "be that
"Baby Mine" is the biggest comedy
success ever known. It is clear, clean,
healthy fun from beginning to end,
and it is not only brightly written, but
brilliantly acted. "Baby Mine" i3
saici to keep the audience in convul convulsions
sions convulsions of mirth, and to be the most
wildly laughable comedy that ever
set a house in an uproar.
Your last chance to see and hear the
talented young ladies of the Trojan
Concert Company tonight. This com company
pany company made a big hit last night and
their singing, music and readings met
with well deserved applause. Tonight
they will change their program and
together with the three fine pictures
an excellent show is assured. Come
Ideal This Evening
Strong Arm Nellie. Kalem comedy.
The Ranch Girl's Trial. Featuring
"Broncho Billy," Mr. G. M. Anderson.
The Adventures of the Scarecrow.
In which the scarecrow takes an Im Important
portant Important part.
Illustrated song, "Just An Old Time
Song," by Miss Irma Baxter.
Doors open at 6:45. Admission 5
and 10 cents.
The Temple was full to its full
capacity last night, to hear the young
ladies of the Trojan Concert Company.-
They gave a charming performance
better than many a dollar entertain entertainment
ment entertainment that has been given in bigger
cities. They are genuine artists, and
everybody should see and hear them.
They will be at the Temple again to tonight.
night. tonight. The popular little Ideal was packed
again last night. There was a fine
display of pictures, and Miss Baxter
had a very pretty new song which was
an old-time song, and she sang it with
most pleasing effect.
ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished
room for light housekeeping. 161 S.
Third street, east. 1-20-tf
ROOMS FOR RENT By day or
week. Prices reasonable. No. 53 N.
Magnolia street. l-14-6t
FOR RENT Three rooms, second
floor, furnished for housekeeping. City
and cistern water. Gillen, No. 1 South
Fifth street. 1-13
FOR RENT Three rooms, furnished
or unfurnished, for gentlemen. Mrs.
T. M. Floyd, 4 4 South Main street. Ad.
SITUATION WANTED Young man
with several years' experience as man manager
ager manager and bookkeeper in commissary
work desires a position. Best of ref references
erences references furnished. Address P. O. Box
115. Baldwin, Fla. t-20-lm
O o n9 1 Fail
T o fl.Q Ol F o p
o inm o p i- "w s
THE FORDS' FOR. 1S13
The above is a cut of the New 1912 Model, Five Passenger Ford Car. This car
is equipped as follows: Top, Giffy Curtains, Dust Cover, Wind Shield, Spedomcter,
Five Lamps, Gas Tank, Horn, Jack, Ample Tools and Tire Repair Outfit.
Delivered in Ocala For $650.00
Easy riding, durable, easy on tires and upkeep, easily regulated and motor quickly
taken down and reassembled, when necessary. Light on gasoline and oil consump consumption.
tion. consumption. Will run more miles than any car made at any price and go to the shop less.
Now ready for delivery.
Roadster 2 Passenger Car ST. TSM Delv'd in Ocala lor $575.00
Ready for Delivery January 15th.
Call on or Write me for Information or Demonstration
Phone Long Distance Lowell or 223 City OCALA Or LOWELL
(Continued from First Page)
clerk was instructed to write Messrs.
Henry Nettles, J. M. Mathews and
Kirk Monroe and county surveyor to
go ahead with the work under com commission
mission commission for Fairfield and sawdust pond
road, and get report to county com commissioners
missioners commissioners as early as possible.
Capt. Jno. M. Graham, captain Sec Second
ond Second Infantry, N. G. F., commanding
Company A, appeared and presenied
roster of company, which was receiv received
ed received and filed.
Letter by American Highway Asso Association
ciation Association of Washington, D. C., read and
On motion board adjourned until
Wednesday at 8 a. m.
"The Crooked Path," two-reel feature
at the Ideal Wednesday. Adv. It
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE'
Town property, improved ana un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves for sale at most any anything
thing anything that you Trisn. on terms to
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
Agent for a dozen of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the land
Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
Will be pleased to care for your business in any of these lines.
F. W. DITTO Phone 285 OCALA, FLA.
GCMA ttzxisa star; Tuesday, xintjary 21, 1915
Extracts Frii a
13EGIM WITH Sl-OO
I thought sure I had lost my bank book recently. I called up the cash cashier.
ier. cashier. Mr. Blitch, and asked him what Icould do so the finder could not draw
my money- He to'd me there was no danger of that. Even If a dishonest
person should find my bank book he cannot withdraw the money without a
written order from me. They have my signature on file so no one can forge
1 found the book later, and when I got my pay envelope, I deposited ten
dollars first thing. I'll not spend that ten foolishly. I think I can bank fif fifteen
teen fifteen next month. Of course I'm not spending: as much as I used to, but this
bank book sure look3 good to me.
THE WAY TO SAVE HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH
Be Sure and Get tiie Best Ih
The kind we are compelled to sell, because;
if we did not, we wouid lose our
growing and extensive trade.
Call and inspect our stock.
It Is not only the FINEST in town hut it is
the BEST selected.
HERE ARE A FEIV OF OUR SPECIALS
Vezet Dutch Cheese
Self Rising Buckwheat
Crated Parmesan Cheese
Herring in Tomato Sauce
No. 1 and No. 2 Mackerel
Philadelphia Cream Cheese
Maeedonins (Mixed Vegetables)
HUNDREDS OF OTHER THINGS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
.0. K. Tea Pot Grocery
OCALA, Phones 16-174 FLORIDA
mt s? a fl JT'niS'H I
hma r U y U Em
We have One of the
in the State, Without
i k, h r
kind that do not tarnish, and there are pretty dark
green and blue ones, and many other colors and
shades and all of the different shapes and trimmings.
We will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
McIVER & McRAY
THE FURNITURE A! HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE
Mr. Richard's Experience fith Dif Different
ferent Different Diets. Peaches find
Buttermilk for Three Years,
Cecilton, Md. -Mr. George Richards,
Df this place, during the past 12 years,
has probably tried more different diets
than the average person would ever use
in a lifetime.
What h has to say about his experi experiments,
ments, experiments, must therefore be highly interest interesting
ing interesting to anyone suffering from indigestion
or stomach troubles of any kind.
He says: "For more than 12 years,
I suffered with stomach troubles, and
paid hundreds of dollars for doctor bills
and medicines. 1 was also operated on
I lived on dried peaches and buttermilk
for nearly three years. The only thing
that would not give me pain was raw eggs.
I was a physical wreck. 1 could nof
sleep, and was as near crazy as a man
could well be.
1 must say that after taking two 25-cen!
packages of Thedford's Black-Draught,
tt did me more good than all 1 ever spent
for other medicines.
1 have been working daily on the farm
ever since, and I am as hard as iron."
This pure!y vegetable remedy has been
In successful use for more than 70 years.
Try it But be sure that it's "Thedford's.
Cod Fish Balls
Whole Wheat Flour'
Prettiest Line of Beds
Excepting any Firm.
Wo carry over fifty differ different
ent different styles, and nearly as
many different prices.
There are handsome white
enameled, with little or no
brass trimmings, then there
are solid brass beds, the
IIWDAGR MATERIAL NEEDED
AT TIIE HOSPITj
Housekeepers should remember t lat
all old bed linens and table linens i.nd
old clothing that is soft and clean i rill
be most acceptable at the Marlon
County 'Hospital, where so many rgs
and cloths are used in operations.
SUCCESS FURNITURE CO.
New and second-hand furniture
bought and sold. Come and see
whether you can find a bargain in fur furniture.
niture. furniture. South Main street. Ad.
STEHLIXG SILVER FLATWARE
I have over ?4,000 worth of Sterling
Silver flatware in the store the latest,
most stylish silver and the very best
grade manufactured. The prices are
as attractive as the goods. Come in
and look over the stock and select
such articles as you want for your yourself,
self, yourself, the family or friends. Gifts from
this stock last a lifetime and are al always
ways always a source of pleasure and satisfac satisfaction,
tion, satisfaction, both to the giver and those who
receive them. A. E. Burnett,
(Ad. tf) The Jeweler.
SOME FINE' MACHINES FOR SALE
We have a brand new, 25-inch Chand Chandler
ler Chandler & Price paper cutter and a seven seven-column
column seven-column stereotyping outfit, complete
except furnace, taken n with another
j shop. Will sell either or both cheap
for cash. Write at once If interested.
Ocali Star, Ocala, Fla,
-JERSEY 3IILK COWS
I have a number of Jersey milk
cows with young calves for sale. H.
IT. Whitworth, proprietor Hiawatha
Lake Stock Farm, Ocala, Fla. 1-16-tf
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Odd Fellow3 meet this evening-.
Board of Trade tomorrow night-
Moose meet Thursday evening.
B. D. Iliers of Jacksonville Is at the
"The Crooked rath," two-reel feature
at the Ideal Wednesday. Adv. It
Clocks of all kinds and at all prices.
A. E. Burnett. Ad.
Icy-Hot bottles at the Court Pharm Pharm-acy.
acy. Pharm-acy. Ad.
Trojan Concert Co., return engage engagement,
ment, engagement, Temple tonight. Adv.
White Clover Flour Is better. Ask
V. Ti. Husky and X. S. Hodges of
Atlanta are at the Ocala House.
Mr. C. A. Tremere of Belleview was
at the Harrington last night.
An elegant line of rings, bracelets
and pins at Burnett's. Ad.
PIckard's flne band-palnteS ctiTna at
Burnett, the jeweler's. Ad.
Trojan Concert Co., return engage engagement,
ment, engagement, Temple tonight. Adv.
O. O. Bock of St. Paul, Minn., and J.
C. Killam of Jamesburg, N. Y., are at
j Pearl tooth brushes ae sold at
jGerlg's Drug Stores at 25c. and guar guar-,
, guar-, anteed. Ad.
Stop coughing by using Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
Mr. Edward Tucker has gone back
to Jacksonville to get his cars that
were delayed last week when he went
Messrs. Tompkins & Cobb received
their carload of fine mules Sunday via
the G. S. & F. and Ocala Northern
Mr. J. S. Wyckoff of Citra, Mr. J. A.
Grumbles of Dunnellon and Mr. Hugh
Nichols of 'Wild wood were in the city
"The Crooked Path," two-reel feature
;at the Ideal Wednesday. Adv. It
See our classy line of stationery. It
Is without an equal, and its at the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Trojan Concert Co., return engage engagement,
ment, engagement, Temple tonight. Adv.
Book at our line or tox stationery
before making your purchase. -Most
anything you want can be found at the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.
There will be good music at the
Temple tonight, with Mrs. Ada Cox at
the piano, Prof. Henry Hoffman with
the violin and Mr. C. Green with the
drum. Monday night Mr. Frank
Mathews, cornet, will join the orches orchestra.
tra. orchestra. Trojan Concert Co., return engage engagement,
ment, engagement, Temple tonight. Adv.
Mr. George McGahagin will leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for Atlanta, where he will
spend several days at the bottlers'
convention. Mr. McGahagin goes to
Atlanta to get sucn new ideas as ne
injfor the Ocala Bottling Works.
' "The Crooked Path," two-reel feature
the Ideal Wednesday. Adv. It
The Tostoffice Drugstore has dis displayed
played displayed in its western show window a
large, clearly printed, official parcels
post map of Ocala and surrounding
zones to the furtherest limit of the
United States. It is a very useful
map; every business house should
have one, and it would be a conven convenience
ience convenience to the home.
Trojan Concert Co., return engage engagement,
ment, engagement, Temple tonight. Adv.
Persons troubled with partial par paralysis
alysis paralysis are often very much benefited
by massaging the affected parts thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly when applying Chamberlain's
Liniment. This l'niment also relieves
rheumatic pains. For sale by all
LOST, A' SILVER CARD CASE
Monogram R. R. D. on outside; cards
enclosed. Finder will please return to
Rev. W. H. Dodge No. 78 Fort King
avenue and receive reward. 1-21
"The Crooked Fath," two-reel feature
at the Ideal Wednesday. Adv. It
In County Judge Sm'th's court this
morning, Johnny Jones and Arthur
Williams, both colored, were tried on
charges of attempted robbery. Both
In one thing, the new Harrington
has not changed from the old Monte Montezuma,
zuma, Montezuma, and that is Walten Tennelly,
the colored 4r6"ter. Walten had been
with the Monsezuma about ten years
when it changed hands, and went on
with the ne-imteL He knows nearly
every traveling man, and hundreds, of
other men, in South Florida, and also
knows his business and is attentive
Lucile Hayes, a colored girl living
near Howard Academy, died last eve evening.
ning. evening. The body was embalmed by Mr.
E. C. Smith, and the funeral will be
Yancey Storey, the old negro preach preacher,
er, preacher, well known here, was shot and
badly wounded by Fred McCray, a
negro boy, at Gainesville Monday. A
load of shot struck Storey in the fore forehead.
head. forehead. He was sent to his home in
Jacksonville, and is reported to have
died on the way. His assailant is in
This magniiTicent new shop is
now open for business The
best equipped shop in the -ity.
Through sanitary, modern in
every respect. Hot and Cold
"First Class Workmen"
V. C. DETTERICH, Prop.
Harrington Hall Hotel
BOARD OF TRADE
Officer Nominated and Election Win
be Held Tomorrow EvenlBf?
There were no differences of opinion
among the members of the nominating
committee of the Board of Trade at
their brief meeting yesterday evening.
The following nominations were
President J. E. Chaee.
Vice President George MacKay.
Secretary R. C. Muncaster.
Treasurer Jake Brown.
Board of Governors J. JL Meffert,
C. Carmlchael, J. C. Boozer, W. A.
Knight and A. C. Cobb.
The nomination of these gentlemen
i3 about equivalent to an election,
nevertheless, the Board of Trade
meeting tomorrow evening will be
anything but a cut and dried affair.
There will be many matters of public
interest to discuss, and there should be
a full attendance.
OCALA REAL. ESTATE EXCHANGE
At the meeting of the exchange
held last evening, present were Pres
ident D. S, Woodrow, Vice President C.
Carmichael, Secretary R. C. Muncas Muncaster,
ter, Muncaster, Treasurer F. W. Ditto and Messrs.
Joseph Bell, W. W. Condon, J. G.
Kichline and B. H. Seymour and Ir.
W. R. Goodwin, of Eastlake. It was
the Board of Trade to Immediately
raise $500 for advertising Ocala along
the lines of the information contain contained
ed contained in the Marion county booklet, by
the publication of a pamphlet and that
the exchange donate to the Board of
Trade $100 to assist in this work. It
was also decided to request the Board
of Trade to use its influence to induce
the county and city to raise $25,000
for advertising Ocala and Marion
county for the coming year.
IHG TIUP FOR OCALA HOYS
Messrs. Earl Hall, B. W. Fuller and
Julius Brown, of this city, who are
attending the Georgia Military Acad Academy
emy Academy at Atlanta, will go with the most
of the members of the school to Wash Washington
ington Washington in charge of the officers of the
school and attend the inaugural cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies of President Wilson in March.
The boys will be shown everything of
interest in Washington and will visit
a- number of other places of Interest
while on the trip. It will be the trip
of their lives for many of them and
will be invaluable as an educational
SHE HAD THE LAST WORD
Ladies, as a general thing,' are not
considered experts at repartee, but one
married man In this town confesses
that his wife scored one on him, and
jail the balance of his sex, last Sunday.
He consented to go to church with
her, and then, being a man, got ready
in a fourth of the time she did, and
took up most of the remainder of his
spare time in complaining of her be being
ing being so slow. She hurried thru her
preparations, and finally joined him
on the front piazza, with her gloves in
her hand, Intending to save a few sec seconds
onds seconds by drawing ithem on and button buttoning
ing buttoning them" as they walked down the
"For heaven's sake," said he Irrita Irritably,
bly, Irritably, "put your gloves on before we
start. I would rather see a woman
putting on her stockings than her
gloves on the street."
"So would any other man," said she,
and he had no more to say.
DK. V. IC. l.ATtTi
Specialist Ere, Ear, Xoe and Throat
Office, Law Library BIdg, Ccala Ad.
Stanley Szymaniak is trying to lo locate
cate locate his father, John Szymaniak. Last
seen on November 30th, between Oka Oka-humpkee
humpkee Oka-humpkee and Leesburg Is 5 feet 8
inches tall, gray hair and mustache,
weight about 180 pounds. Please
notify his son at Brooksville If you
know of his whereabouts.
II. Y. P. IT. SOCIAL
The next B. Y. P. U. social will be
held on the lawn or in the class room
of the church Friday, Jan. 24. AU
members are requested to bring their
ADVANCE STYLES IX SIIOES
I have received and have now on
display some handsome new advance
styles in men's low-quarter shoes in
patent leather, gun metal, tan and
Russia calf, In the four and five five-dollar
dollar five-dollar grades. Quality, style and fit
guaranteed. Little's Shoe Parlor.
"Where you buy shoes that fit and
benefit." 1-17-tf dw
DRAY FOR GENERAL DELIVERY
Mr. A. S. Burgess has gone into the
transfer and delivery business. He
has a big dray and a team of power powerful
ful powerful mules, with competent men to
manage them, and will haul and deliver
your goods with promptness and good
care. Call phone 470. -Ad,
MOOSE WEEKLY MEETING
The members of the Moose should
be sure, to attend their lodge meeting
Thursday evening. Important matters
are to be reported and voted on.
MURDER AT BLITCIITON
Saturday night at Blitchton, Fuller
Brooks shot and instantly killed an another
other another negro man by the name of Tim
Kinkaide, the trouble being of long
standing. Brooks made his escape and
has not yet been captured.
KNIGHTS OT" PTTBIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over Peyser's Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit
ing brothers. F. E. Wetherbee, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad.
When you want a reliable medicine
for a cough or cold take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It can always be de
pended upon and is pleasant and safe
to take. For sale by all dealers Adv.
Stolen from my house at Reddick on
Jan. 7th, a Smith & Wesson .38, lemon lemon-squeezer
squeezer lemon-squeezer revolver; one Elgin, double-
case gold watch, movement Number
14562101; one open-face gold watch, 17
jewels, 25-year guaranteed case, Elgin
works, large eagle engraved on back.
My name, J. W. General, was scratch
ed inside of back of the double case
watch, also name of lodg, F. & A. M.
No. 273. The pistol and one of the
watches were seen at Martin. A liberal
reward will be paid by me for the re return
turn return of the property or information
that will lead to the arrest of the per persons
sons persons who stole it. J. W. General, Red Reddick,
dick, Reddick, Fla. l-20-4tw 3td
For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Gelger -Ad.
Slonaineat to the Women of the Con Con-.
. Con-. federaey
Monday's Times-Union showed a
picture of the monument to be erected
in Jacksonville by the soldiers or the
Confederacy to the women of the Con Confederacy,
federacy, Confederacy, and beneath the picture was
a discription, which we reprint, for
many in Marion county have contrib contributed
uted contributed to the fund. At the celebration
of Gen. Robert E. Lee's birthday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk
yesterday afternoon, Gen. H. W. Long
was on the program for "Short War
Reminiscences," but being in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville attending the meeting of the
Grand Lodge of Masons he was unable
to be present. In his letter to Mrs. E.
M. Howard he referred to the erection
of the monument in the following
touching manner: "One of the highest
aspirations of my life is that God may
spare me to witness and participate in
unveiling a suitable monument to the
memory of the women of the Confed Confederacy
eracy Confederacy of the sixties, in Dignan Park,
Jacksonville, Fla., during this year.
For. this I have worked and prayed,
and I believe that, amidst the infirm infirmities
ities infirmities of my eighty-third year in life,
my aspirations will be realized." The
following Is the description:' i
The monument to be erected in Riv Riverside
erside Riverside Park in honor of the "War
Women" of the South will be a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful tribute to those of the gentler sex,
who, although called frail, yet In the
most trying times have the spiritual
strength which gives to those of the
opposite sex the determination to go
out and win. The monument was de designed
signed designed by W. Fullington Ruchstuhl,
the famous sculptor and artist of New
York City, and will be one of the most
gracious tributes ever erected to the
women of the South.
It is to be of Missouri red granite,
which, as Mr. Ruckstuhl states, "is
the most beautiful and lasting In th
whole world." It will rest on a grassy
mound decorated with floral designs
and the walk around it is to be of
pebble granite. Bronze tablets on the
four sides of the huge block of stone
will bear various inscriptions.
The dominant figure, seated, shows a
"Woman, of the South" being crowned
by a winged seraph, while on the other
side stands the figures of two child children,
ren, children, one a boy and the other a girl.
At the rear is a stone bench of Gre Grecian
cian Grecian design, on the back of which will
be ten bronze medallions of Southern
women, these to be connected with a
bronze streamer. As if to add to the
sentiment connected with its erection"
Mr. Ruckstuhl has arranged for a
drinking fountain behind the bench.
Mrs. IIoker to Entertain
Banket ball Game
At 3:30 o'clock this afternoon tile
two basketball teams of Phi Sigm
College met at the grounds west of th
Woodrow residence on Fort King ave
nue for their first game of a series
Fifteen cents admission was charged
and judging by the number of tickets
sold the crowd was large to witness
the game. The first team is composed
of Misses Louise Booie, Elizabeth Da Davis,
vis, Davis, Iunice Ellis, Ethel Seymour and
Mary C. Riddle. The second team in includes
cludes includes Miss Lois Ellis, Dlair Wood Wood-row,
row, Wood-row, Sue Moore. Meme Davis and Han-
nay Ellis. .Mr. H. C. Spencer was ref
eree and Mrs. Edwin Spencer, Jr..
Ilrldge Clul. Entertained by Mrn.
The Tuesday Morning Bridge Club
had a delightful meeting at 10 o'clock
with one of its most skilled players,
Mrs. Harry C. Dozier. The two hours
devoted to the game of bridge were
most pleasant and passed quickly for
the four tables of congenial players,
which included the following: Miss
Mattie Williams, Mrs. D. S. Woodrow,
Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Mrs. Clarence
Camp, Mrs. R. C Camp, Mrs. C. H.
Lloyd, Mrs. Harvey Clark, Mrs. C. V.
Miller, Mrs. Ardis Waterman, Mrs. Al
bert Gerig, Miss Emily Stotesbury,
Mrs. Ralph Birdsey, Mrs. L. Gamsby,
Mrs. Louis Savarese and Mrs. Etta
Hood Robinson. The club prize, an
exquisite cologne bottle, sterling sil
ver deposit, was won by Miss Stotes
bury. Mrs. Gamsby was the best play
er of the four visitors present and was
given a pair of silk hose. At the con
clusion of the games tomato with
mayonnaise, asparagus tips with may
onnaise on lettuce leaves and olives,
wafers and coffee were served by the
Mrs. Etta Hood Robinson and Miss
Ellen Clarkson returned yesterday
from a week end visit delightfully
spent with Mrs. Juhan at Crystal
The following invitation was is
sued this morning: "Mrs. William
Hocker at home Friday afternoon, Jan January
uary January twenty-four, nineteen hundred
and thirteen. Mrs. T. S. Kyle, Mrs. W.
H. Jackson, Miss Mona Hlller." Mrs.
Hocker's reception will be the largest
lOii lbs. Meal or Grits.... 25c
14 lbs. Whole Rice $1.00
Pure Home Made Lard per can . 30c
Sweet Potatoes per peck. ...... .20c
Cream of heat loc
Seven Bars Lenox Soap ..23c
3 lbs. White House Coffee l.Oo
Six Bars Exnost Borax Soan 25c
2 Cans -lb. Ocean Gem Salmon. 25c
2 Cans Sunbeam Salmon 35c
3 Pkgs. Jello or Ice Cream Pwdr.25c
3 Cans Hominy...... .2oc
2 Cans Sunbeam Shrimp. ...... .25c
1-lb. Pkg. Sunbeam Soda. oc
3 Pkfrs. Sunbeam 3Iince 31eat. .25c
S Pkgs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes. .25c
1 Pkg. Sunbeam Oatmeal 10c
1 Bottle Sunbeam Boiled Cider. .35c
U-lb Van Houten's Cocoa. . . 25c
H-lb. Van Houten's Cocoa 45c
1 lb. Van Houten's Cocoa 83c
2 Bots. 10c Size L-emon Extract. 15c
2 Bots. 10c Size Vanila Extract. .15c
1 Bot. 25c. Sire Lemon Extract. .20c
1 Bot. 25c. Size Vanila Extract. .20c
1 lb. Cracker Boy Coffee. ..... .30c
1 lb. White House Coffee. ..... .40c
2 lbs. White House Coffee 75c
1 Glass Beachnut Bacon. ..... .35c
1 Glass Beachnut Beef 35c
1 Can Beachnut Beans 10c
Beachnut Peanut Butter 10c 15c 25c
Beachnut &-pint Catsup 15c
Beachnut Apple Jelly .13c
Beachnut Grape Jelly ....20c
Beachnut Quince, Red Currant
and Grape (individual size).. 10c
Beachnut Cranberry Sauce 25c
Large Bucket Snowdrift. -f lis
Of principle should be your first consider consideration
ation consideration in banking your money. High rates
of interest are unsafe.
Is reliable, its management and execu executive
tive executive conservative, careful and efficient.
Security is assured' you if you deposit a
checking account with us.
THE OCALA MTI0ML BABJK'
CAPITAL FULL PAID IN $73,000.
H. D. STOKES, CashUr.
JNO. L. EDWARDS. Pres. CLARENCE CAMP. Vice Pr.
and most beautiful of the New Tear
and her friends are anticipating the
Mrs.- John W. Dodge, who expected
to return to her home in Jacksonville
last week, remained over with her
parents-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. W. H.
Dodge until today. She was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by her two young children.
Mr. Ralph Robinson, who has been
confined to his room with high fever
for the past week, was able to be out
for awhile today.
Mr. W. V. Xewsom. Jr., is now
working In the Commercial Bank, hav having
ing having given up his position with his
uncle, Mr. H. A. Waterman in his
Miss Sue Barco3s In the city from
her home at daxjs:ater and will be
ithe guest of her annts, Mrs. .Walter
Hood and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski until
The friends of Miss Lydie McDougald
will regret to hear that she is suffer suffering
ing suffering from a nervous breakdown and
her condition Is considered precarious
by her physicians. Miss Beulah Hall
Is taking her place at the kindergar kindergarten.
ten. kindergarten. Mr. Tom Ayer. of Macon, Ga., was
renewing old acquaintances at the
Gen. Robert E. Lee's birthday celebra celebration
tion celebration yesterday. He is the guest of his
brother, Mr. Alfred Ayer.
Mrs. H. F. Watt entertained the
Methodist sewing circle yesterday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, led erf&m and rak wpm
served -by Mrs. Vatt and some of her
friends andaji ry pleasant and profi profitable
table profitable afternoon was spent by the la ladies.
dies. ladies. Mrs. Walt is comparatively a
newcomer to Ocala, but has won an
enviable place for herself in church
and society circles.
County Judge Win. E. Smith has ap
pointed his brother, Mr. Lawton. Smith,
his clerk and deputy. Mr. Lawton
Smith is a clever young gentleman,
and will soon make many friends for
himself in Ocala.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lucius
of Wauchula, Fla., January 16, a ten ten-pound
pound ten-pound boy. Mr. and Mrs. Lucius are
old residents of BellevWw, having only
recently gone to DeSoto county to
make their home.
Mr. Wm. C. Mackey of Soda Springs,
Idaho, is here for an extended stay.
Mr. Mackey is associated in business
in Idaho wit hex-Senator Wm. f A
Clark of Montana.
Mrs. Ella Mart Weedman of Farmer
City, 111., is here to spend the winter
with Mr. and Mrs- F. B. Magaw.
A fine boy was born last night to
Mrs. Charles Foy ?t the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Campbell.
Mr. and Mrs. Mulnick of Cleveland,
Tenn, are in the city for a few days.
The country around Cleveland is one
of the garden spots of the South, and
Mr. Mulnick Is one of the solid farm farmers
ers farmers of that favored section. He and
Mrs. Mulnick are taking a pleasure
trip through the country in their auto.
They arrived In Ocala Saturday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, and stopped, as it is always their
policy to remain in some town and at attend
tend attend church on Sunday. They will
pursue their journey tomorrow, and
will probably return to Tennessee in
AUTOMOBILE FOIl SALE CHEAP
A four-cylinder, two-passenger car
in first class condition In every respect.
Cheap for cash. Apply at this office.
FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS
Blow with terrific rorce at the far
north and play havoc with the skin,
causing red, rough or sore chapped
hands and lips, that need Bucklen's
Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes
the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled
for cold sores, also burns, bolls, sores,
ulcers, cuts, bruises and plies. Only
25 cents at Tydlngs & Co. Adv.
Pleurisy paln3 are located just be below
low below the short ribs. Lumbago affects
the same region but toward the back.
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is the
remedy in either case. If rubbed In
thoroughly it eases pain, relaxes the
muscles and the patient can move
about freely and comfortably. Price
25c, 50c and ?1 per bottle. Sold by all
White Pine and Tar cough Syrup
will stop that cough. Try a bottle at
the Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Cabbage, collards, lettuce and onion
plants for sale at the Ocala Seed
We lead m perfumes. The largest
assortment of delightful odors. The
Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Solid and filled chains, the best for
the money, and guaranteed as repre represented.
sented. represented. A E. Burnett Ad.
Toilet articles, manicure sets, fine
combs and brushes, all guaranteed
goods, at the Court Pharmacy. Ad.
- Edison phonograpns auu nearly two
thousand records to select from at A.
E. Burnett's. Ad.
DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID
Is a marvelous household remedy. It
cures cramp colic instantly. Corrects
nauseated stomach, heals cuts, wounds
and sores on the surface of the body
and destroys germs In the sick room.
It Is used Internally and externally.
Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by all
WANTED To buy 500 to S000 acres
of good, general farming land, close to
transportation. Owners Realty Com
pany, 410 Franklin St, Tampa, Fla.
SIX GAMBLERS CONVICTED
Six negro gamblers were arrested at
Oak Sunday and tried in Judge Smith's
court yesterday, convicted and fined
l each and costs. Six different dep deputy
uty deputy sheriffs went out and made the
arrests, one gambler apiece being the
result. The other members of the
sheriffs staff joke them a good deal
about their game bag.
ALEX TOTED A QITX
Alex Wright, a colored man from
Blitchton, was arrested by Mr. A. J.
Brlgance of the sherifTs office, Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, for carrying concealed weapons,
and yesterday was tried In Judge
Smith's court and fined $300 and costs
or six months in jail.
EGGS FOR SALE
Barred riymouth Rock and Indian
Runner duck eggs, 1 per setting:. H.
S. Wesson, Ocala. 1-13
Ladies, we are now prepared to do
dressmaking in the latest up-to-date
fashion. Call and see us at the Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia House, Room No. 9. l-14-12t
REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED
Parties with money to loan can get
into communication v 1th demand for
same on gilt-edged security by ad addressing
dressing addressing the Star office.- Ad.
Nyal'a Corn Remover actually re removes.
moves. removes. 25c. at both Gerigs Drug
Preserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having it framed
at the Ocala News Co. Ad.
Many beautiful, pieces of hand hand-painted
painted hand-painted china at Burnett, the .Jewel .Jeweler's.
er's. .Jeweler's. Ad. "
BUSINESS PRO PERT Y FOR SALE
A choice piece of business property,
unimproved, well located, for sale; cash
or terms. Address, box 164, city. Ad.
FOR RENT Offices in Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
WANTED Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. In good
location. Apply to Star office.
Fine watches in any style for. ladles
and gentlemen at any price desired, at
A. E. Burnett's. Ad.
GIVES YOU THE
Latest Associated Press Neivs
Several Hours Earlier Than Any Other
Paper Sold in Ocala
Try It; You'll Like It
10c a Weelc
PATSEY GILLEN. Agt,
Leave Orders at Mr. Ballard's News
MMVER & MAG KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
O. E. McIVEIl and C. V. ROBERTS
Ml Work Done by Licensed Em
Maimers and Fully Guaranteed.
D. E. Mclver .... ....105
C. V. Roberts 80b
Undertaking Office 47
WE CAN SUPPL1 YOU WITH
For All Purposes, Whether Your
Requirements are ror Home use
Or for a Carload.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US.
ocala ice & packing: CO.
OCALA .. FLORIDA
WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS. PROPRIETORS,
aggage. Freight, rianos. Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Given All Orders,
4L Bz ;
O&AiiA EYENl&G STAR, TCESDAr, JA3UARr 21, 1013
F1EELESS COOK STOVE I to j
Made in One, Two and Three Compartments riAUcn I
TEN SIZES I rliWcK I
I By HENRY RUSSELL MILLER, 1
3?xzr I ABthorof
f k J "The Man Higher Up" j
I f ' ,1 1 Copyright, I9JI. by tbe Bobbs-Merrtt
TO COOK all your meals in tempting, appetizing manner with without
out without fire may seem impossible to you. But it's the simplest thing
in the world.
To lock up' an entire, uncooked meal in shining metal wells,
forget all about it for hours, and when meal time comes, to find
it piping hot, deliciously savory and tasty, ready to serve seems
like a fairy tale.
Yet thousands of women are cooking this way. They shop,
read, visit or sew whatever fancy dictates, while other women
stand over hot stoves, with faces like beets, stirring, turning, bast basting,
ing, basting, frying, etc. The food is wasted, often burned, fuel bills run
up, nerves are on edge. These 'women are continually fagged out
and become prematurely old, and gray.
If you haven't a fireless cooker, come in and let U3 show you
what the "Ideal" will do for you what we guarantee It will do.
Cook the new, easy, better way and save time and money.
Separate lids for each compartment, water sealed
top, solid aluminum lining celebrated "Wear Ever"
Aluminum Cooking Utensils, perfect insulation, beau beautifully
tifully beautifully finished, vulcanized hardwood case.
MaFiom Hardware Co.
Ocala, - Florida
We have the largest and best stock of Lap Robes and Storm Aprons
ever brought to this part of the state. To neglect to prepare yourself
with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will soon be
here would be an unforgivable act when It Is so easy to come here and
let ua fix you up. Our stock of buggy tops, canopies and awnings 13
also complete and we have enough horse blankets for all the "old Dob Dobbins"
bins" Dobbins" In this section. Don't fall to "call on us when in need of any anything
thing anything In our line.
CHINA DINNER SETS
Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same.
o J Lio
W. J. SHERIDAN
CEMENT AND CONCRETE CONTRACTOR
All kinds of Concrete, Cement and Brick
construction work done. Sidewalks and Cul Culvert
vert Culvert construction a specialty.
Will make close estimates on any job in
Brick of concrete construction, and none are
too Large or too Small to be given careful at attention
tention attention and executed promptly. A card in
the Ocala postoffice will bring me to you.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
W. J. SHERIDAN
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New Hotel Astor
A. B. Vance, mgr. director
CAFE IN CONNECTION
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ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATH
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone in Room. Elevator
Corner Bay and Hogan streets, one
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from Union Station and all steamers
pass the door.
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Fee 3iSackc Kitv3AMe Bvws
I'FOr.E the renl lenders In the
wnrfan apninst privilpire
wI hpnded. farseein. on
hinins: i-aution and rourHge
camp- fonvurrl to pin form and diror
fion to tl nnrisini: frrtnin lotjply prt
fst;mt!! hn1 ;:sfirol vonn nun
mostly. :M!;1:u-f.'us j;otists who, the
ppap!, rr.Jri thought they wore wiser
:uij hpttpr tii;i:i other nipn. dared to
-rili isp wii.i! tin'ir i;ei;;;)!).rs accepted
ami Mpsi!inHi i instruct thir elders.
In tin '!:1 tjicv vn lirokcti. silpnrpd
-j;il!y tvirmnrp th;it In thp subcon subconscious
scious subconscious n;p:nnrv ff rnpn thp ch nt
t!uir pntct w.ns -ti!l rininc:. They
an forr-'tt"i ni
John niisniM-juIt wjm a normally in
tellija'iit youim man. healthy of mind
and onscjeix p. who had npver been
tempted, heucp never testpd Hp had
heard the protectants of his day. of
course, but they dealt with problems
so remote from his own simple exist
price that hp had carelpssly accepted
his elders' appraisement of them lie
bad an ingenuous belief in the prreat
ness and jroodness of men who attained
higrh position in life, such men as
Despite his charity and credulity, he
was. when occasion presented itself
quick to see the fundamental verities
of the case as Stephen Hampden had
He was not unambitious, although
the spark had smoldered until, appar
ently from nowhere in particular, had
come tbe suggestion of his nomination
When ho perceived the distinct approv approval
al approval with which his neighbors received
the suggestion his heart leaped within
him. They were a good, kind people
If he should prove a faithful servant
in little perhaps with unaffected mo
desty he contemplated the prospect prospect-to
to prospect-to him might be committed service of
The conceded fact that his nomlna
tion came solely by grace of Murchell's
and Sheehan's .decree caused him
vague misgivings. Jeremy Applegate's
plaint startled him. Flanipden's offer
did not tempt it revolted him. What
troubled him most was that these
things were doue in the light of day
and that no one Jeremy did not
count, the victim would naturally pro
test- seemed to care.
After careful consideration of his un
imposing hank account John invested
a part of it in a horse despite the teas
ing of Aunt Roberta, who accused him
of "joining the cavalry" to wit. War
ren LJlaUe and the troop of undergradn
ates that clattered over the roads at
Crusader's heels. He was uot a thor thoroughbred,
oughbred, thoroughbred, blue ribbon winner, like Cru Crusader,
sader, Crusader, but just a plain horse that, with
buggy attached, could trot a mile in
something less than five minutes or if
you weren't particular as to gait would
be.ir you in the saddle all day with
equal willingness. lie was a big, raw
boned beast with a Roman nose and
eyes continually showing white, which
quite belied his placid temper, and
John called hiui Lightning So JohD
and Lightning, two industrious cam
paigners, between whom a perfect un
derstanding existed, went about their
business of getting votes and learn
Lightning's duties generally consisted
in standing under the shade of some
tree, while John, -a volunteer who at
least earned his dinner, worked with
the farmers In the fields. And over the
dinner table or when the day's work
was done John chatted with the farm
ers. The labor was good for hl3 mus muscles
cles muscles and digestion, and the chat Yas
good for his soul.
Often he found that Jeremy Apple Apple-gate
gate Apple-gate or one of Jeremy's fellow scouts
had blazed tbe trail for him. But some sometimes
times sometimes he found skeptics who asked per
"Why should 1 vote for ye?" asked
Dan Criswell. a citizen of Baldwin
township, one evening.
John began to patter the stock party
irguments. which carried conviction
neither to the skeptical Criswell nor
of a sudden to himself. lie broke oS
abruptly In the middle of a sentence.
"As you say." he laughed uncomfort uncomfortably.
ably. uncomfortably. "Why should you vote for me?"
"Doe? sound kind o foolish, don't It 5:
Reckon ye won't have nothin' to do
with th tariff or the single gold stand
ard ner prosperity neither. The hull
party'won't make ye git after the law
breakers if ye're cheek by jowl with
Jim Sheehan an' he don't want it
What I want to know is are ye honest
or will ye take orders?"
"That sounds logical," John assented
"It's common sense Only most can
didates think we're too simple to think
on't. An I don't know as they're far
wrong," he added thoughtfully.
When John left, however, Criswell
shook hands with bim cordially. "1
guess I'll vote for ye this time. I
can't swaller the hull ticket, though
stomach wouldn't stand it Ye look
like ye'd be yer own man. Leastways.
111 chance if
And John replied, troubled. "I won't
regard that as a promise. I'm not
sure that you ought to rote for me,"
Another day he met one Sykes, a hill
farmer, a little, wizened fellow who
looked as though he had worn himself
ont in the struggle to wring a living
out of the steep slopes.
I ain't voting." he said.
"Well." John laughed cheerfully, "if
I can't get a vote I'll be content with
information. Will yon tell me why
yon won't vote?"
"Well, If ye will have it, Jim Sheehan
nominated ye. If ye'd been the right
kind o man he wouldn't 'a' had nothin'
to do Vith ye. Anybody he's fer, I'm
against 1 ree'lect when he come to
Plumville. nothin bnt a drinkln' bum
An now he's got rich, bnildln bad
streets an roads an' taxln me heavy
to pay fer it while it keeps me scratch
1n' to get the Intrust on my mortgage
How .do I know he's crooked? I dou't
know I feel it. An' I know that no
one gets the nomination less'n he says
so. Or Murchell an they're tarred
with the same stick-
John's face was grave "Then you
ought to vote the opposition ticket I'd
rather you'd do that than not vote at
The momentary flicker of passion
died down. "What's tbe riser was the
reply, dully given. "However I vote
some feller like Sheehan gits on top
John sought counsel from hi3 father.
But to the judge Caesar's wife that is
to say, his party and all things thereto
appertaining was above suspicion; not
bo the motives of him who raised a
question. So he took hi3 trouble to
'Rl Cranshawe. the office visitor to
whom John's deference had attracted
Sheehan's attention, a big man. kindly,
shrewd, with wisdom in the raw. He
listened sympathetically as John
poured out his tale.
"It's like what Sykes says. It ain't
what we know-it's what we feel
When Jim Sheehan gits a public con contract,
tract, contract, we feel there's somethin crook crooked
ed crooked about St When a man gits a nomi
nation, we feel that he's made some
kind o' deal with Sheehan When we
put up a man on our own hook, an
he's nominated which ain't often we
And he's goue over to Sheehan. An
that ain't feel, it's know. Jim Shee Sheehan's
han's Sheehan's represented: we ain't. It ain't
"Then why don't you get together
"We've got to live," Cranshawe ans
wered simply. "We don't lay by money
fast enough to keep us without work
in'. We ain't got the time ner the
trainin' to make a good fight against
him. We'vf got no leader." His eyes
through the bushy brows, rested with
an almost wistful light on the trou
bled countenance before him. "An
it'd take a large sized man fer the
John just then felt very small.
He went to Plumville: an ugly.-
grimy, bustling, growing hive of work
ers. with its drones too. He had the
key to interpret what he saw. He
was ermittpd to go through the mills
and meet the men: he came out with
hands blackened from much contact
with their bands and in the smut he
felt a sort of pride. What he had read
on the farmers' brown faces he saw
on their red. scorched ones the dull
eyed suspicion of those used to flattery
before election and neglect afterward
Under the careful cieeronage of Shee
ban's lieutenants he was led into p
litical club and saloon, where he shook
hands with mauy more men. who guz
zled vast quantities of liquor and
sneered openly at his abstinence. He
was told that here he would meet
"men who counted:" he did meet such
men-brutish things, moral idiots.
chirJcss creatures bound together by
the cohesive force of common iBterest
-plunder. This army uever slept.
could always be relied upon.
"What a self centered beast I have
been!" he cried within himself. "All
this rottenness under my nose, and I
have never perceived it!" A great fear
came upon him fear of the responsi
bility of that into which he felt him
self being t arried
And theie was another thing that
deepened those twin creases between
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