For All ol the Domes
AT RIGHT PRICES
the irRxmiiia kc.h
Hooray! Baby To
Rule the House
No Longer Do Women Fear The Great
est of All Human Blessings.
It Is a Joy and comfort to know that
those much-talked-of ialn and other dis distresses
tresses distresses that are said to precede chlld-bear-
g may easily be avoided. No woman need
; ear the slightest discomfort if she will
t tlfy herself with the well-known and
je-honored remedy, "Mother's Friend."
This Is a most grateful, penetrating, ex-
nal application that at once softens and
kes pliant the abdominal muscles and
.ments. They naturally expand without
slightest strain, and thus not only
sh all tendency to nervous, twitching
f ,s, but there is an entire freedom from
iea, .discomfort, sleeplessness and dread
'r : so often leave their impress upon the
..he occasion is therefore one of un un-4
4 un-4 .ndfcd. Joyful anticipation, and too much
: ress can not be laid upon the remarkable
iuence which a mother's happy, pre-natal
I ispositlon has upon the health and for for-'
' for-' mes of the generation to come.
Mother's Friend is recommended only for
the relief and comfort of expectant mothers,
; housands of whom have used and recom recom-v
v recom-v d It. You will find It on sale at all drug
" 'Ps nt $1.00 a bottle. Write to-day to the
ifield Relator Co., 130 Lamar lildg.,
.nta, fia., for a most Instructive book on
p greatest of all subjects, motherhood.
DR. A. L. BLALOCK
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
OFFICIOS OVER THE
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
'Phone 211 Ocala. Fla.
J, E. GHAGE
Rooms 10 and 11, Second Hour
OCA LA FLORIDA
M'lYER & MAG KAY
Undertakers and Enibalmer?
Fine Caskets and Banal fisfcas
O.'.E. McITKR and C. V. ROBERTS
411 Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
E. Mclver 104
V. Roberts 30b
Uertaking Office .' 47
I CHARLEY WAIJ,
i.niese and American Cooking
All Food will be well Pre Prepared
pared Prepared by a Chinaman
who Knows How.
Regular Meals, 25c and Up.
Located In New Building Be Between
tween Between Hurat & Garner and
Harnett's Tnllorlng Establish Establishment.
ment. Establishment. FINE FLORIDA
Beef, Pork and Mutton
Fresh and Salt Water
Received Every Day
mot Service, Good Goods
and Reasonable Prices
hone 351 Stall No.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor tn the c3ty.
SUCCESS FURNITURE CO. NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE
111 IS. Mf
Chance for the Children Somewhat
InereaMeri by the Recent Jaek Jaek-Monvllle
Monvllle Jaek-Monvllle Conference
Jacksonville. March 18. The diffi difficulties
culties difficulties Involved in passing a good
child labor law in a backward state
like Florida was the subject of dis discussion
cussion discussion before the National Child La Labor
bor Labor conference here yesterday. The
problem of relief was shown to be
greatly exaggerated. A teacher from
Columbus, Ga., reported that 100 chil children
dren children out of 150 in a Columbus school
had been at work in the cotton mills
and in only three cases were the child's
Delegates from thirty-one states
have attended the conference. One
immediate result of the conference has
been the organizing of a Florida child
labor committee with nearly 100 mem members.
bers. members. They plan to Introduce a bill in
the Florida legislature next month to
meet the situation in department
stores and street trades, and to pre prevent
vent prevent the growth in the large child child-employing
employing child-employing industries in this state
FAITHFUL ARK THE WOUNDS
OF A FIUEXO
Somewhat Severe and Not Altogether
The smoking compartment of the
Pullman sleeper Is a trysting place
where many confidences are exchang
ed, many philosophies evolved, and
many political candidates cussed and
The last half day in the through car
from Cincinnati to Jacksonville sees
the crowd thinned out until the few
who remain are Florida tourists of
some sort, and it is interesting to note
the entire lack of interest and infor
mation regarding the interior of the
state and the enthusiasm exhibited re-
arding the coast towns. A steady
and increasing stream of gold divides
at Jacksonville and flows around us of
Ocala. If only a moderate Dortion of
it could be diverted to us values here
would go up 100 per cent.
If the inland route up the St. Johns
and Oklawaha rivers could be popular
ized, Ocala would be much benefited.
and then if we had a nice clean city,
with good accommodations, good wa
ter, adequate sewerage and a fine park,
we would be ready to pry these
Yankees loose from their ducats and
incidentally locate some of them on
the fertile soil of Marion county. The
permanent prosperity of any section
finally comes to depend upon the soil
and If representative men here would
make a sincere effort to locate new
comers on fertile land where ultimate
failure is not a foregone conclusion.
instead of leaving them to be exploit
ed and robbed, then Florida- real estate
would in time come to bear a much
better reputation than it does at pres
In the few years that I have known
Ocala, values have very materially
advanced and so far as I can see, that
advance in values has been greatly en
hanced by the wide notoriety of the
Durbank exploitation which I regard
as a semi-fake if not all-fake institu
tion. Whoever wrote the Burbank ad
vertising was an artist in his line, and
if the scheme had been projected with
some of our good land as a foundation,
the section would have been perma
I have known a few men who came
to this section and tried farming who
ave it up In disgust and left the
country, and I have been struck by the
unanimity with which they gave as a
reason, that their wives could not en
dure the monotonous isolation of Flor
ida rural life, and when one thinks of
it it is easy to believe. And those who
leave for this reason are the very best.
for a woman who does not long for
social ties is a poor creature and by
analogy her husband must be still
Over in Michigan the county officials
donate the use of a nice airy room In
the court house and the ladles "of the
town Lord bless 'em get up what
they call a literary society and all the
country cousins attend. They read and
discuss matters literary, philosophic,
social and economic, get acquainted
and have a general how-de-do. I be believe
lieve believe the Woman's Club of Ocala could
do a good work along this line.
We have two organizations here de
voted to the betterment of this local
ity the Board of Trade and the Worn
an's Club, and my estimate of timber
values is that one club wielded on im immediate
mediate immediate Issues, is worth two boards
nailed to" a contingency so remote that
it never gets anywhere, and so while
the men dream of an international
canal through Ocala the ladies had bet
ter keep on working until they turn
that mosquito marsh over by the Ice
factory into a park, and get such hor
rible open sewers as that opposite
Giles new building out of sight and
incidentally they ought to make life a
burden to the city dads until they
work the hummocks out of our streets
so one can ride down them In a calm
dignified manner without danger of
having his spinal column telescoped
nor his false teeth jarred loose.
Maybe we can get the Oklawaha
river straightened and a canal to 311
ver Springs, but meanwhile it Is wise
to encourage a responsible farming
constituency to turn these velvet beans
into high-priced beef and raise vege
tables enough for our own use.
It seems to me a sugar factory would
wont wen nere. 1 am told they are
not now expensive. .Nearly all our
land will raise cane as well as poli
ticians. Why don't some pious sou
start a factory, turn a deaf ear to the
trust and give us cheap sugar?
THIS POLICEMAN WAS OX TIME
New York, March 18. A negro who
accosted a young white woman as she
emerged from an uptown subway sta
tion last night, was shot dead by ;
The girl's screams brought the po
liceman to the rescue and as he Inter
fered the negro slashed him across the
face with a razor. Then the negro
Weak from loss of blood, but de-
termlned, the policeman gave chass,
took steady aim, shot fire times and
the negro dropped with four bullets In
his body. The negro's name was Dan
iel T. Davis.
m i h
Power Warn Them mat me terms
They Offer the Turk Are
Berlin, March 18. The European
powers will Inform the Balkan allies
that their sugegsted terms for peace
negotiations w'th Turkey are inadmis-
sable. The powers will decline to sub submit
mit submit them to Turkey.
A carefully worded note to this ef
fect was drawn up by the ambassa
dors in London at their latest confer conference
ence conference and now is under consideration in
the various European capitals. Tht
note will suggest that a modification
of the allies demands Is indispensa
ble. It will urge strongly the neces
sity for the conclusion of peace.
DODSON'S LIVER TONE
It 1 a Guaranteed Harmless Vegetable
Remedy that Regulates the Liver
Without Stopping Your Work or
A dose of calomel may knock you
completely out for a day sometimes
two or three days. Dodson's Liver
Tone relieves attacks of constipation,
biliousness and lazy liver headaches,
and you stay on your feet. The Court
Pharmacy sells Dodson's Liver Tone
and guarantees it to give perfect sat satis
is satis faction. If you buy a bottle of Dod Dodson's
son's Dodson's Liver Tone and do not find it the
safest, most pleasant and successful
liver remedy you ever took, this store
will give you back the 50 cents you
paid for t without a question.
This guarantee that a trustworthy
druggist is glad to give on Dodson's
Liver Tone is as safe and reliable as
the medicine, and that Is saying a lot.
3-17 Ad. No. 1.
TWO RESIDENCES FOR SALE
My two residence properties on South
Third street are for sale. Half cash
balance on time, or liberal discount for
nil cash. Wish to get further out and
more room.. Houses are In best of
condition, with all modern con
veniences.. Price and terms given on
application. It. R. Carroll.
THE CAUSE Or nnEUMATISM
Stomach trouble, lazy liver and de
ranged kidneys are the cnuse of rheu
matism. Get your stomach, liver.
kidneys and bowels In healthy condi condition
tion condition by taking Electric Bitters, and
you will not be troubled with the
pains of rheumatism. Charles B. Al
len, a school principal, of Sylvania,
Ga., who suffered Indescribable torture
from rheumatism, liver and stomach
trouble and diseased kidneys, writes:
All remedies failed until I used Elec
tric Bitters, but four bottles of this
wonderful remedy cured me complete
ly." Maybe your rheumatic pains come
from stomach, liver and kidney trou troubles.
bles. troubles. Electric Bitters will give you
prompt relief. 50c. and $1. Recom
mended by Tydlngs & Co. Adv.
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS
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 visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad.
An Ocala Citizen Gives Information of
When you suffer from backache,
Headaches, dizziness, nervousness,
Feel weak, languid, depressed,
Have annoying urinary disorders;
Do you know what to do?
Some Ocala people do.
Read the statement that follows.
It's from an Ocala citizen.
Testimony that can be Investigated.
R. C. Loveridge, 225 N. Magnolia St.,
Ocala, Fla., says: "I have taken Doan's
K'dney Pills for kidney and bladder
trouble and have found them to be a
reliable medicine. I do not hesitate
to advise their use in cases of kidney
ine aoove statement must carry
conviction to the mind of every reader.
Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy
ask distinctly for Doan's Kidney
Pills, the same that Mr. Loveridge had
the remedy backed by home tes
timony. 50c. all stores. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
"When your back is lame remem
ber the name." Ad. No. 10
STERLING SILTCTt 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
ways a source of pleasure and satlsfac
tion, both to the giver and those who
receive them. A. E. Burnett.
(Ad. tf) The Jeweler.
The Texas Wonder cures kidney and
bladder trouble, removing gravel.
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs
rheumatism and all irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder In both men
and women. Regulates bladder trou
hies in children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mall on re
ceipt of $1. One small bottle Is two
months' treatment and seldom fails to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
Hall, 2036 Olive street. St. Louis, Mo
6old by all druggists. Ad.
Are you troubles with roache3? Then
I try a box of Magic Hoodoo roach pow
' der at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.
EXT R A WM GULLED
CongreHx Will Meet April 7 to Consider
the Tariff and Other Needed
Washington, March 18. President
Wilson yesterday Issued the formal
proclamation convening Congress in
extra session at noon on April 7. The
pronouncement was br'ef and followed
orm closely. It stated that "whereas,
public interests require," Congress
would be convened in extra session by
order of the executive.
MURDER MAMA IN MACON
Slaughter of a Girl Followed by Two
Macon, Ga., March 18. W. P. Mize, a
raveling man of Sylvester, Ga., shot
his sweetheart. Miss Cinnie Hall of
Gordon, Ga., Sunday, then shot him
self. Both died in a few hours. Miss
Hall was the only support of her
mother and invalid father, who reside
at Gordon. Mize was recently employ employed
ed employed as telegraph operator for the At
lantic Coast Line Railroad at Sylves Sylvester,
ter, Sylvester, but claimed to be a traveling man.
Macon, March .18. as a sequel to the
double tragedy here Sunday, E. J.
Dyer, a conductor, aged fifty, shot
himself through the heart, dying in instantly.
stantly. instantly. Immediately after reading an ac
count of the murder of Miss Hall oy
W. P. Mize, Dyer turned to his wife
and declared, "It will only take one
shot for me" and fired a bullet into his
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County. S3.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business In the
city of Toledo, county and state afore aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the
sum of one hundred dollars for each
and every case of catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. 'Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De December,
cember, December, A. Tt. 1886. A. W. Gleason,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all irugglsts, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pihs for constipation. Ad
YOUNG MAN DROWNED
IN THE ST. JOHNS
Jacksonville, Marin 17. H. H. Wal
lace, 23 years old, treasurer of a prom-
This magnificent new shop is
now open for bus iu ess The
best equipped shop in the city.
Through sanitary, modern in
every respect. Hot and Cold
"First Class Workmen"
V. C. DETTERICH, Prop.
Harrington Hall Hotel
Roll Top DesK $22.00
$7.00 Typewriter Clialr 4.00
One Vudor Veranda Screen. 1.75
One Veranda Swing Scat 2.00
One Mission Parlor Set. Three
Pieces. Leather Upholstered 24.00
One Mission Library xable. . 9.50
One Chest Carpenter Tools,
big bargain, only 18.00
Several Extension "fining Tables
from $3 to $11.00. Worth double.
Many other bargains, coo.
Back of Marcus Fran's
Gives the Real Facts In Regard U
Ber Case and Tells How She
Jtmeabero. Ark. "I inffered a coo
fcleU break down in health, some time
at," writes Mrs. iu McGlll, from this
plact, "I was very weak and could
not do any work. I tried different
remedies, but they did me no good.
One day, I got a bottle of Cardui. It
did me so much good, I was surprised,
amd took some more.
Before I took Cardui, I had headache
and backache, and sometimes I would
cry for hours. Now I am oxer all that,
and can do all kinds of housework. X
think it Is the greatest medicine m
In the past fifty years, thousands of
ladles hare written, like Mrs. McOUl,
to tell of the benefit received frcaa
Such testimony, from earnest women,
rarely indicates the great value of this
tonic remedy, for diseases peculiar te
women. Are you a sufferer? Yes?
Cardui is the medicine you need.
"We urge you to try it.
N n TTriiM tn T Hm' A4v4vct IVb.. Otatt.
mfi M4Sctn Co.. Chatttnooca. Tnn.. for jneiI
Jnntructions. and 64-pe book. Hom Treats
Cm Wo&ea, teat la plain vrippar. on request.
BOUGHT AXD SOLD, OR RENTED. STOVES OP ALL KINDS, TRUNKS, BAGS, RUGS,
CURTAINS, QUEENS WAR G, ETC. IF I HAVEN'T GOT WHAT YOU WANT I'LL GET IT.
inent life insurance company here, lost
his life Sunday afternoon in the St.
Johns river when he fell from his
launch. He with his bride were out
for a pleasure trip.
Amerlcaa Naval Stores Company
Claims that It Can't Stand Up
Under Government Prose Prosecution
cution Prosecution Savannah, Ga., March 18. The Am American
erican American Naval Stores Company has an announced
nounced announced its suspension of business. It
is claimed the company's credit was
impaired by prosecution in United
States courts as a naval stores trust.
A meeting of the cred'tors is called
for March 21. E. S. Nash, the president,
is in Europe but the company has is issued
sued issued a 500-word statement, declaring
its assets are much greater than its
liabilities, but in consequence of pros prosecution
ecution prosecution by the government it is not In
position to solicit new business.
LIVELY TIME AT LAREDO
Bloody nattle in the Mexican Tovrn and
Much Excitement In the
Laredo, Texas, March 18. A handful
of Carranzlsta constitutionalists under
cover of darkness yesterday morning
crept into Neuvo Laredo, the port of
entry Into Mexico on the Mexican rail railway
way railway from the United States to Mexico
City. After two hours' fighting the
Carranzistas retreated. No harm to
Americans from bullets straying across
the border was reported. Casualties in
the Mexican town were reported to be
heavy. Twenty Carranzistas and fif fifteen
teen fifteen federals were killed. Nearly fifty
TAX ASSESSOR'S APPOIXT3LEXTS
I will be at the following places on
time specified to receive tax returns
' 1 Ocala, 10th to 31st of March.
The law requires all tax returns to
be made by first day of April.
I got a list of all automobiles that
are registered and yon will therefore
save trouble by returning your auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. Alfred Ayer, Assessor.
REST FOR SKI! DISEASES
Nearly every skin disease yields
quickly and permanently to Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, and nothing is better
for burns or bruises. Soothes and
heals. John Deye, of Gladwin, Mich.,
says, after suffering twelve years with
skin ailment and spending ?400 in
doctors' bills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve
cured him. It will help you. Only
25c. Recommended by Tydings &
LOST, STRAYED Oil STOLEN
A bay mare, about 13 years old, with
J.- R. branded on left hip. Return to,
or address, Martin & Rllea, Ocala, Fla.
A tight feeling In the chest accom
panied by a short, dry cough. Indicates
an Inflamed condition in the lungs. To
relieve it buy the dollar size BAL-
LARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP; you
get with each bottle a free HER
RICK'S RED PEPPER POROUS PLAS
TER for the chest. The syrup relaxes
the tightness and the plaster draws
out the inflammation. It is an ideal
combination for curing colds settled
n the lungs. Sold by all druggists, ad
DRAY FOR GENERAL DELIVERY
Mr. A. S. Burgess nas gone Into the
transfer and delivery business. He
has a big dray and a team of power
ful mules, with competent men to
manage them, and will haul and deliver
your goods with promptness and good
care. Call phone 470. Ad.
You judge a man not by what he
promises to do, but by what he has
done. That is the only true test.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Judged
by this standard has no superior. Peo
ple everywhere speak of It in the high
est terms of praise. For sale by 11
You can say goodbye to constipation
with a clear conscience if you use
Chamberlain's Tablets. Many have been
permanently cured by their use. For
sale by all dealers. Adv.
S-'ARIOX-DUNJr SlASOXIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Ldge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs
day evenings of each month at 7:3i
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons. W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad.
Children are mucn more likely to
contract the contagious diseases when
they have colds. Whooping cough
diphtheria, scarlet fever and consump
tion are diseases that are often con
tracted when the child has a cold. That
Is why all medical authorities say be
ware of colds. For the quick cure of
colds you will find nothing better than
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It can
always be depended upon and Is pleas
ant and safe to take. For sale by all
A young lady who is a graduate
stenographer wishes a position. Apply
to the Star office. 3-12-6t.
Conkey's Stock Remedies are no
foods, but medicine a separate remedy
for each disease made by the pedple
that make Conkey's Poultry Remedies.
Sold on a money back guarantee by
Ocala Seed Store. tues-fri 3-14
ARE YOU COXSTIPATED
If so, get a tox or Dr. King's New
Life Pills, take them regularly and
your trouble will quickly disappear.
They will stimulate the liver. Improve
your digestion and get rid of all the
poisons from your system. They will
surely get you well again. 25c at
Tyding3 & Company. Advertisement.
in; TRUST I
Make Yr I My
is a guaranteed productwe are
instructed to refund your mon money
ey money if you fail to get results
claimed for it. We also have
Pratt's Animal Regulator, Cow
Tonic and Hog Cholera Remedy.
Pratt's Animal Dip and Disin Disinfectant
fectant Disinfectant in gallon tins for $1.00.
o Mo Tea Pu
Brand New 1913 Rambler,
Never run a mile; equipped with Sped- ...
omiter, Windshield, Eiectric Lights; Self Self-starter,
starter, Self-starter, cost $1,943, will sell at dis discount
count discount of $200. Can add any extra
equipment desired. No use for automo automobile.
bile. automobile. Address,
. a,a -
Call up Phone 300. and Lei
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Gnarantee lo Save You Money on Any Work in Onr Lines
An we emptor none but expert vre are la petiltloa to miarantee ev every
ery every pleee of work ne ronntrurf to aland the Inapectlen f the mm
rlidd Inspector. It coat notblnte to feet oar Harare, and yon are the
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. Give us a trial.
FORT KING BLOCK
We have One of the
in the State, Without
kind that do not tarnish,
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 & McKAY
THE FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE
A. M. BOBBFH, Mgr.,
- 1 - J. -. .. .L
us Give an Estimate on Yonr
Prettiest Line of Beds
Excepting any Firm.
We carry over fifty differ different
ent different styles, aud nearly as -many
There are handsome white
enamelled with little or no
brass trimmings, then there
are solid brass beds, the
and there are pretty dark
No. 09 SOUTH" MAIN STREET
f i J QjJ
OCALA EVEMJfG STAR, TUESDAY, 3L1RCH 18, 1913
OGALA EVENING STAR
liittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
It. It. Carroll, Business Manager.
run track? up Main and Magnolia
streets and build a freight house on
the public square. Its all in the game.
Its also part of the game for the Star
to do all It can to induce the council
to cut the cards before the deal.
J. II. Benjamin, Elltor.
Entered In the postofflce at Ocala.
Fla., as second class mail matter.
SUSTAIN' THE COUNCIL
It la probable that the matter of
closing: certain streets for the benefit
of the Atlantic Coast Line will be be before
fore before the council this evening, though
It cannot be decided at this meeting,
and perhaps not for two or three more.
The Star thinks it will be well for
the city if this question is permanent permanently
ly permanently solved by the present council. They
are as upright and public spirited a
board of aldermen as this or any other
town Is likely to have, and the Star
has no doubt that Individually and col
lectlvely they will do their best to
serve the interests of their fellow citi
They may be very sure that they
will have the solid and the almost
unanimous support of the town if they
draw a chalk line and demand that the
railroad walk it. The truth is that the
railroad is about at the point where it
is compelled to build a new freight
depot. The sides of the antidlluvian
chicken coop, built in the middle of
Osceola avenue by the little Florida
Southern about thirty years ago al
most bulge outward every time
fresh load of freight comes in, pack
ages have to be piled on each other,
causing constant confusion and delay
and there is no more room for the
clerks than for the freight. The city
has other means of obtaining freight
It will be hauling fre'ght over its own
line in a couple of years or so, and so
far as the average citizen of Ocala is
concerned, he won't be out a dollar if
the Atlantic Coast Line never does
build a new depot. The council can
make its own terms with the railroad
If the railroad wll not comeUo taw it
can make the railroad move its depot
out of Osceola avenue, according to
the agreement It made, but never car
rled out, nine years ago.
As the Star understands, the council
will demand of the railroad in return
for closing South Sixth and Seventh
That It shall take its present depot
and tracks out of Osceola avenue south
of South Third street.
That it shall reopen South Fourth
That U shall change its line to the
eastward so as to take its tracks ou
of South Main street. e
That It shall build Its new depot be
tween South Fifth and South Sixth to
the west of the tracks, so that trains
from the city can have access to the
platform of the freight warehouse
without crossing tracks and being ex
posed to danger from passing trains.
That the railroad will put all its
crossings In the city in good shape
with high rail, enabling them to be
. bricked clear, across, as they are In ail
'. large cities.
The Star is- informed that the Coast
Line is willing to agree to these terms
The Star has in the past few days
consulted a large majority of our bus
lness men. A majority of those con consulted
sulted consulted are in favor of a settlement on
the foregoing terms, most of them not
because they think they are all the
city should demand, but because they
th'nk It better to have the problem
solved at once than to keep it pending
. A good-sized minority, however, and
among them some very Influential men
desire that the city shall demand
more. They stand by the Star's orig
inal contention that the road should
remove Its yard and depot to its trac
south of South Eighth street.
The argument against this is that i
will lengthen the haul for drays and
trucks from the business part of the
city to the depot, and spoil the resi
dence section that Is beginning to
grow in that part of town.
The gentlemen in the minority say
In reply to this, that even if the freight
house is south of South Eighth street
It will be no further from the center of
the city than the Sea"board depot now
Is, that two or three blocks will make
no great difference, and that the haul
will be down hill instead of up, as it is
from the Seaboard. They also have In
mind what a disadvantage it will be to
the city in a few years to have a rail railroad
road railroad yard shoved in between Its public
schools and in the heart of its resi residence
dence residence section.
The Star would not embarrass its
friends on the council who are doing
their best to settle a trouble a score of
years old, as they believe, for the ad advantage
vantage advantage of all. But it will call their
attention to one thing they haven't
noticed, but that all the railroad men
could have told them from the first.
The railroad yard, as proposed, from
South Fifth street to South Eighth,
between Osceola and Main, will be only
a pocket yard. It will hold only a part
of the cars that have to be in Ocala
now. It won't hold half of those that
will be here ten years from'now.
It vrlll not hold a long freight train.
Trains pass thru now that sometimes
reach from the present freight depot
to far south of South Eighth street.
As sure as a glacier moves down hill
to the sea, the Atlantic Coast Line
freight yard will in a few years run
a dozen tracks across South Eighth
street, ruining that Important boule boulevard,
vard, boulevard, and closing it as South Fourth,
Fifth. Sixth and Seventh are closed,
Into Its eighteen-acre lot below South
Eighth. That is what that tract was
bought for. That is where the yard will
grow to, as sure as water Tuns down
It is reported by some supposed to
he wise to the plans of the railroad
that the Coast Line Intends to bring
Its shops here, and will devote this
land to the necessary structures and
tracks. If there was a certainty of
this. It would put a different face on
the matter. It would be worth while
for the city to make some sacrifice for
the sake of obtaining a large body of
intelligent workmen and their famil families,
ies, families, who would naturally settle right
around the disputed territory. But we
have only a vague report of this. If
the Coast Line has any such Intention.
It should announce It in black and
white. It should excuse us if. in view
of the past, we are suspicious of its
The Star will feel highly flattered if
Its esteemed legal friend. Mr. R. A.
Uurford. will appear before the council
this evening and read the foregoing.
ft It Is read by such a distinguished
attorney before such an audience, as
another article on the same line was
read a dozen days ago. It will be a
great honor to the Star; also, right
smart of an advertisement.
The Star does not blame railroad men
for taking every advantage the public
will let them take, and it would not
blame Mr. Burford if he was able to
induce the council to let the railroad
NOT SOON ENOUGH
A dispatch from Washington an
nounces that the supreme court has
ranted 'a restraining order to prevent
Postmaster General Burleson from en enforcing
forcing enforcing the newspaper publicity law
while the court has under considera consideration
tion consideration the question of it3 constitution
The injunction was granted upon a
request last week by Robert C. Morris
attorney for the New York Journal of
Commerce, which has attacked the
validity of the act. Postmaster Gen General
eral General Burleson had stated that newspa
pers which had not filed statements
required by the law would be penal
This measure was introduced by
Senator Bryan of Florida, and passed
under his supervision and that of other
progressive senators and representa
tives. It was put in use last fall, when
every newspaper in the country had to
declare who and what owned it.
The plutocrat-owned papers of the
country have been kicking worse than
a bunch of Texas steers ever since. It
would seem by the foregoing dispatch
that they have staved off making the
next declaration, which will be in
April, and if unlimited cash will ena
ble them to do so, they will kll the
So far as Florida is concerned, they
are not soon enough. The people have
the evidence for what they have sus suspected
pected suspected for years why every little wa water
ter water tank and switch or other little
improvement made by a Florida rail railroad
road railroad for its own benefit is heralded in
certain papers under big type as an
Improvement for the public; why no
matter how much a railroad imposes
on a community, not a word is seen in
print about it; why reports of acci accidents,
dents, accidents, If printed at all, are headed in
small type and printed in obscure cor corners;
ners; corners; why, In short, the entire policy
of "Don't knock, boost," is being
worked for the advantage of the few
and against the interest -of the many.
Senator Bryan Is a public benefac benefactor.
tor. benefactor. We hope his publicity law will
stand. Meantime it has paid for itself
many times over.
a.TM that the State Should Pat Dredge
to Work on Florida Klver
"DOU'X IN" DIXIE" TO
RE GIVEN AT EASTLAKE
Friday evening, March 21st, the in interesting
teresting interesting little four-act comedy-drama
"Down in Dixie," which was recently
so successfully staged at South Lake
Weir, will be reproduced at the Lake
Weir Yacht Club, for the benefit of the
The play is a clever little comedy comedy-drama,
drama, comedy-drama, and carries twelve characters
In the cast. The scenes are laid in
Virginia and the story deals with the
typical southern plantation home dur during
ing during the war.
There will be several musical num
bers between the acts, consisting of
mandolin and piano and vocal solos.
The performance will commence at
8:15 and the admission charge is 25
cenis. The play will be followed by" a
dance. All who can should visit the
Lake Weir Yacht Club on Friday eve evening,
ning, evening, March 21st, as an evening of rare
pleasure is in store for those who at attend,
tend, attend, and the cause is a worthy one.
For first class antomoDile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geijrer. Ad.
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Or for a Carload.
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Agents for Beaver Board
E. Broadway Ocala, Fla
(Jacksonville Metropolis, 17th)
"The state of Florida should put one
or more dredges to work upon the riv rivers
ers rivers and canals of the commonwealth,"
said Senator Nat P. Bryan this morning-,
to a representative of the Me Metropolis,
tropolis, Metropolis, when talking about the rivers
and harbor. appropriations just made
by Congress. In explaining this state statement,
ment, statement, the senator went on to say:
"During the last hours of the last
Congress a bill was passed carrying
$40,000,000 for the rivers and harbors
of the nation. Florida got about $1, $1,-200.000.
200.000. $1,-200.000. Our state is regarded as one of the
youngest and you might say one of the
least importance by Congress, and yet
our share of money in the new bill is
far ahead of many of the older states.
Congress does not feel that we are en entitled
titled entitled to much more consideration
than we received in the last bill. Of
course, we have more coast line than
any of the other states, and our riv rivers
ers rivers and harbors are numerous. We
need a trans-state canal, but the en engineers
gineers engineers say there is not enough com commerce
merce commerce to justify the expense. If the
engineers are to stick to that view of
the matter it is up to the state to be begin
gin begin work in dredging out the rivers
"I believe It would be a paying
proposition for the state to have one
or more dredges at work all of the
time. Perhaps some of the machinery
now being used on the Panama canal
could be secured from the government.
If it cannot it would pay the state to
buy the necessary dredge and start
the work. We have enough rivers,
creeks and lakes which would be fit
for commerce with a little work to
control the freight rates in the state
better than it can be done by the rail railroad
road railroad commission."
In the course of the interview, the
senator was asked about the possi possibility
bility possibility of the government digging a
canal across the "state to connect the
Atlantic with the Gulf." In reply, he
declared that he did not believe the
money would be appropriated for the
enterprise until the state had done
enough work to show Congress there
was commerce enough to justify the
expenditure. lie referred to the fact
that Duval county spent about $300,000
upon the St. Johns river before the
government decided to finance the
dredging, of the channel. Mr. Bryan
declared, "If the state will start the
work and produce evidence that com commerce
merce commerce is demanding a trans-Florida
canal, I think the money will be given
for the work by the government."
FRIEDMAN I'XDER FIRE
Of HoMtlle Criticism, Give Ills Treat Treatment
ment Treatment to All Patient Allowed
Areesia to Him
New York, March 18. Dr. Frederich
F. Friedman, is to treat all sufferers
from tuberculosis according to his
brother, Dr. J. II. Friedmann, wh? de declared
clared declared it was a crime not to permit
him to do so. Dr. Friedman has been
refused freedom by the medical au authorities
thorities authorities of the city to give his treat treatment
ment treatment except in connection with certain
hospitals. Since his arrival here, hun
dreds of sufferers have besieged him to
"Many of these people have come
from out of town and they cannot be
taken into the city hospitals because
they do not live here," Dr. Friedmann
declared. He told of a victim who had
laid siege for Dr. Friedmann, at his
hotel for ten days.
"This man," he continued, "has a
temperature of 104 and 105 and is
walking about the streets. He may-
drop dead in the street but we cannot
help him. Dr. Friedmann can treat
only cases under the care of govern government
ment government physicians. There are hundreds
of physicians who hi? wants to give his
treatment to for the benefat of human humanity,
ity, humanity, but his hands are tied. He is
eager to treat those patients, rich and
tor alike, without charge. It is a
crime not to allow him to do so."
A dozen patientn suffering from pul pulmonary
monary pulmonary tuberculosis received Dr.
Friedmann's treatment at Bellevue
Hospital yesterday. All of them were
in advanced stages of the disease,
Some of the scors who waited outside
in the vain hope that they might be
given the treatment came in automo
biles. All were turned away and only
the cases previously selected came to
The Bellevue Hospital clinic w5s an
official test under the eyes of govern
ment surgeons. Drs. Anderson and
Stimson of the United States public
health and marine hospital service and
several other well known physicians
attended the demonstration. Dr.
Friedmann worked without manifest
ing any nervousness. After treating
the patients he lectured briefly and
answered many inquiries of physicians,
according to a report from the demon
MAKES PIMPLES GO
Hr mnrkable How Zenio Clears tne
Face of Pimples and All Other
With the finger tips apply a little
Zemo to the skin, then see the pim pimples
ples pimples and blackheads vanish. Zamo is
a liquid, not a smear, leaves no trac,
just simply sinks in and does the
work. You will be astonished to find
how quickly eczema, rash, dandruff,
Itch, liver spots, salt rium and all
other skin diesases are cured.
Zemo is put up by the E. W. Rose
Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and is
regularly soli by all druggists at 51
for the large bottle, but you can get
a liberal size trial bottle for only 25
cents. And this trial bottle is guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. You surely will find Zemo a
wonder. Get a bottle now from the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.
i:STKIl GOODS AT G ADSON'S
We have Just opened a very hand
some lot of Easter goods, for both
Ladies and Men's wear. We cordially
invite you to call and Inspect them.
F. F. Gad son.
If you have Ind'gestlon, Heartburn,
belching or sick stomach take ten
drops of DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC
FLUID In a little water. It checks the
misery instantly. If you have a cut,
sore or wound anywhere on the body,
apply a little of DARBY'S FLUID. The
flesh mends at once. Use it in the sick
room to destroy semis or odors, put
It in damp closets to purify the air. It
la the greatest combination of internal,
external and anticeptic medicines
known to medical science. Price, 50
cts. per bottle. Sold by drugg'sts. Adv.
Pickard'a fine hand-painted china at
Burnett, the jeweler's. Ad.
Te tuple Theater Tonight
Rain or shine we show five of the
finest of feature licensed pictures and
the Temple orchestra plays up-to-date
popular selections. The house is al always
ways always warm and cozy and you will find
it worth your while to come out. Did
you see that Pathe weekly last night?
No! Well, just watch for It next week,
its been added to our list of big fea features.
tures. features. Amateurs Friday night.
Ideal TbU Evening
Tim, a drama of modern life, and the
Third Thanksgiving, a beautiful
thanksgiving story, both produced by
the Edison Company of players and
both written by James Oppenheim.
the celebrated writer, and a scream screaming
ing screaming comedy of hobo life by the Selig
Co.. entitled How the Duke of Leasure
Reached His White Home, are the at attractive
tractive attractive pictures at the popular little
Ideal theater tonignt. Good music
lasts until all pictures are shown.
The Reincarnation of Karma at the
The big feature at the Ideal Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday afternoon and evening will be,
"The Reincarnation of Karma," a pow powerful
erful powerful psychic and occult drama of the
reimbodiment of Karma, the High
Priest, and Quinetrea, the enchantress,
fifteen hundred years after death. This
drama is bewitching and captivating
and the principal parts are played by
Miss Rosemary Thelby and Mr. Court Courtney
ney Courtney Foote of the big Vitagraph Co. It
is in two parts and there will be no
wait between the acts at the Ideal
Honey Roy Evans Minstrels In Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville George Evans, the famous Honey
Boy, and his big minstrel show arriv
ed in Jacksonville yesterday morning
and gave two large audiences a merry
time at the Duval .theater, afternoon
and night. They are still here and this
afternoon at 3 o'clock and tonight at
8:30 they will be seen and heard again.
And right at the very beginning It may
be said that the show Is 100 per cent
amusement and no time is allowed for
yawning or wishing for the next num number.
ber. number. It is a good, clean, merry show,
with an amplitude of splendid music,
clever comedy and guaranteed to en entertain
tertain entertain any man alive and his wife and
daughters and sisters and brothers. It
is "different" from many minstrel
Tuesday, March 25
HOMEY b m
Prices, 50c, "be., $1 and ?1.50. Seat
sale Thursday, March 20th, 3t Ppurt
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Is the quality or exceiieence you are
GUARANTEED In every article you
purchase at this establishment.
Irrespective of its value If it's 5500
worth of 100 cents the value you ob obtain
tain obtain for your money Is the maximum
obtainable anywhere in
GOLD JEWELRY. CUT GLASS
and other articles we sen.
You can trade with absolute safety
lere with the knowledge that you're
positively securing the best for ypur
A. E. BURNETT
A Barbed Wire C$, Collar
r Saddle Gail not proper;?
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i eaiea leaves ws, -,
lm the Itisht Remedy for All
Abrasions of fe Flrsh.
I the wound is cleaned accj
the liniment applied promptly,
tfce healine process beclnj at
ones and tre wound heals from
the inside outwardly, thus per performing
forming performing a perfect cure that
leaves no scar. If the -round.
neal3 on the outside too
15 pus forms under the sur surface
face surface and breaks out Into a run run-ninj
ninj run-ninj sore that is hard to cure
and inevitably leaves a bad
fer thi3 liniment to all others
for tht reason, and they use it
not onlv cn fine animal 3. but
on human flesh, as It doe its
work quickly and thoroughly.
Price -5o, ZOc and $ 1.00.
Stephens Eye Salve is a healing
.-iirtt T.,nt for Sore Eyes,
1?L wLjXBh fill
Also in 10c tins
Children eTery age and size.
All along the line.
Smiling faces, sparkling eyes,
All along the line.
Eagerly they all agree
"RON A is the drink for me!"
Brought by"Hans AcrossThe Sea.n
"RONA'S simply fine! n
J. F. JENKINS,
G. K. WILLIAMS,
E. M. VILUA!S
General Eiiildleci Contractors
Office and Warehouse on Osceola St., One Block northeast of Government Bldg.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.
Hydrated Lime, No Waste, Cost of Slacking Eliminated.
Portland Cement, Fresh and Pure. Hard Plaster Direct from the Mill.
Brick, Full size and Plenty. Sewer Pipe and Fittings First Quality.
shows in that there is not room on the
program for club swinging, hoop roll rolling
ing rolling of freak musical stunts. There Isn't
any olio, the time usually given to this
part of the performance being occupied
by musical and comedy work that calls
upon nearly the entire company and
keeps' attention and hrings the finale
before the audience has had time to
worry about in the seats and ask
"what time is it?" Times-Union.
DeLand, March 17. Stetson won the
third consecutive game from Florida
here Saturday and has clearly demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated her superiority over the bas-f
ball machine maintained by the state
university. Only Rollins stands be between
tween between Stetson and the championship of
the state now and conclusions will
probably be tried between these two
teams before long. The score was 1
to .2. Tampa Times.
Fort Meade, March 17. The local
baseball teams let the cage down on
the Hillsborough high school boys in a
royal battle here Saturday by a score
of 4 to 3. Tampa Times.
m AiLEH'S fCuN
Theant- ept ? p.-wd" to i-e sli li enL
If yoa v-mt xe t hiA c tifoi i:r t
swollen, zwe. 'Arj f.'i-.ju. A!2 I't i"o..
lieves corns and bunions of all puiu
blisters, sore and ca log FpotB. ust
irac!R2? 1 anies, J'srent Leather 8r
Breaking in JCew Sbcrs. It is the rrf
aipcorervonnettpe. i ryi fy-cay. bo!
25ctf. Dw't accept any u-" otilut.
package, address AT.u S. Glutted, L
the ti;F f
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Roy, .a. Y
WANTED To rent for two or three
months, a small wall tent, large enough
for two. Address Shake, care Star.
Invigorating to the Pale end Sick'
The Old Standard penerol streoKtheninp tonit
DROVE'S TASTELKSS chill TONIC, dri es r
lalaria.enriches the Wood, andbui' Is is ples--em.
A true Tonic. For adaus and children. .'
An elegant line or lawyers' manu manuscript
script manuscript covers. In any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
I am ktiping at my Sales Barn and Lot, on
West Expobilion Street three blocks west of the
court house (square,
. a Fine Drove of
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur pur-:oses,
:oses, pur-:oses, and at reason
able prices. I go to
market e a : li two
weeks and seln-t the
stock in person and
get the very best.
Call at (he Iol, yon will find scire Stock to suit you,
if it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.
M. eJ. NICHOLS
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCAl A, FLORIDA
Check a bilious half-sick, feeling be before
fore before It gets serious. A dose of HER HEROINE
OINE HEROINE Is the remedy. It restores en energy,
ergy, energy, appetite and cheerful spirits.
Price hCc. Sold by all druggists. Ad.
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GEORGE EVANS "THE HONEY
BOY," COMING TO THE TEMPLE,
TUESDAY. MARCH 25TH, WITH HIS
HONEY BOY MINSTRELS.
Come to us for good tools that will keep their temper
and help you to keep yours.
Come to us for handsome strong finishing hardware.
Come to us when you want anything in hardware. We
want your business and will give you a square deal.
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BROADWAY AND 14th ST,
Clean, Comfortable Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, op
the American and European Plan?.
vme va Plan. (2 per day and up.
European Plan. 11.00 per day And
Special VTeekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.
OCALA EVEXLXG STAR, TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1913
WHO CZT5 THC
CONuV YOU lNRTi
Any honest father is anxious for his children's
future, yet sometimes forget that in the event of "his
death their future might be a BITTER one. We none
of us know just when we are going to be summoned.
Why not prepare for YOUR CHILDREN'S future by
having some money in the bank? Every fortune was
made by making the FIRST start. Why do you not
make your first start NOW and put some money into
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
Young Frying Sized Chickens, in Limited Quantity
. 35 Cents Per Found
Dressed Extra Fine and I Want You to fry Them
CHOICE BEEF, PORK, AND WTON, CELERY, OYSTERS, ETC,
First Class Service Assured and will Appreciate your trade
Phone 108 W. H. MARSH, Cily Market
FOR 19 13
We have just received a full line of all kinds of fresh seeds and
are in position to make you good prices on any varieties that you may
need. All orders will receive' our most prompt and careful attention.
Can forward packages weighing up to 11 pounds by parcel post and at
much cheaper rates than by express.
Below we list a few varieties of the seed that we carry and will be
slad to make quotations on any others not listed.
Wardwell's Kidney Wax Beans
Davis White Wax Beans
Curries Rust Proof Wax Beans
Red Valentine Beans
Black Valentine Beans
Extra Early Refugee Beans
Any of the above varieties
Anv of the above varieties
Livingston's Globes Tomato z.ou per pouna
Redfield Beauty Tomato 2.00 per pound
New Stone Tomato 2.00 per pound
Spark's Earliana Tomato 2.00 per pound
Dwarf Champion Tomato 2.00 per pound
Early Detroit Tomato ; 2.50 per pound
White Spine Cucumber '. . 1.00 per pound
Early Fortune Cucumber 1.00 per pound
Long Green Cucumber 1.00 per pound
Genuine Rocky Ford Cantaloupe 1.25 per pound
Tom Watson Watermelon 1.00 per pound
Florida Favorite Watermelon...- 75 per pound
Kleckley Sweets Watermelon.... .75 per pound
Georgia Rattlesnake Watermelon 75 per pound
MAINE GROWN SEED POTATOES
Red Bliss Triumph Potatoes 3.50 10
Spaulding's Rose No. 4 Potatoes ........ 3.50 10
Ifish Cobbler Potatoes 3.50 10
v have manv other varieties
thm reasonable as any dealer in
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w snlicit vour natronage and
entrusted to our care.
Modern Home, Store anil Offlce IluiltU
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ti Kindt of Itepalr Work Promptly
Plan Furnished With nil Work.
Xo. 3S, Sanchea Street
f I Jf "a.
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rTf TT rTT rm'"?XV-,
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CAFE IN CONNECTION
European Plan, $1.00 and op
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE DAT II
Hot and Cold Runnlns Water and
Telephone In Rooms. Elevator
Corner Bay and Hogan streets, one
block from postofnee. Street cars
from Union Station and all steamers
pass the door.
Undertaker Smith, pnones 10 and 94.
Old Fellows meet this evening-.
Icy-Hot bottles at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Ad.
FOR SALE Inlian Runner duck
eggs at l per setting:. Phone 8. 3-18-6
Remember the great Easter sale now
goin;? on at the Globe. Adv.
Clocks of all kinfls aud at all prices.
A. 1Z. Burnett. Ad.
Mr. L. R. Robinson has returned
from a brief business visit to Tampa.
Free cabbagr at Ollie Mardis, grown
on the famous Carmichael farms.
Dr. E. Van Hood visited friends at
Mcintosh this afternoon.
SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT
Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 1-5
Rev. D. Bottolaccio left today for a
few days visit to St. Augustine.
Remember the great Easter sale now
going on at the Globe, Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lander of Car Car-bondale,
bondale, Car-bondale, 111., are at the Harrington.
"White Clover Flour Is better,
Mr. Hodges, with Mr. H. A. Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, has been on the sick list for a
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bethea, of Fargo,
Ga., are at the Ocala House.
Nyal's Corn Remover actually re removes.
moves. removes. 25c. at both Gerig's Drag
Mr. A. M. Lansford, the popular
music house man, has been ill for sev several
eral several days.
The Easter sale, the biggest sale in
the history of the city, now going on
at the Globe. Adv.
Mrs. "W. A. Pope and daughter
Chicago are at the Harrington,
Ladies, have your dresses, gloves
and plumes dry cleaned by J. S. Crom Cromer,
er, Cromer, phone 45, S-6-tf
The Wednesday Morning Musicale
will meet tomorrow morning at 10
o'clock. It will be the first meeting in
several week and it is hoped that all
the members will be present.
Are you going to taKe a bath? Then
go to the Court Pharmacy and get a
bar of Beck's hard water soap, only
ten cents per cake. Adv.
The Frank Mustin Company will
goon be ready for business, and Frank
says that all his friends who want the
best In tailoring can consult him right
now. Frank Is a great favorite, and
knows how to flt and please people.
See him soon.
Shoe polish. We Tiave anything you
need for shoes in stock at the Court
Mr. Ralph Robinson is confined to
his room with- an attack of lsrippe.
Beck's hard water soap, ten v cents
per. cake, court inarmacy. aov.
Dr. J. H. Dunn,the veterinariani is
kept mighty busy Ahese days. He was
railed out of towti three times vestfer-
day, and had half a dozen calls Inthe
city. They kept him going ironvaay-
light ttllsupper time.
The Easter sale, the biggest sale In
the history of the city, now going on
at the Globe. Adv.
Notwithstanding the evil weather,
the Globe store was crowded all day
yesterday with people, anxious to take
advantage of the extraordinary Easter
bargains. The clerks were gld when
night came, for they surely v rush
ed all day.
Call phone No. 284 for your quick
delivery service when in need of drugs,
prescriptions or toilet articles. Adv.
The space the Ocala Board of Trade
recently contracted for on the bill
board on Bay street, Jacksonville, fac
ing the entrance to the union depot, is
now adorned by a very neat sign,
three or four feet square, bearing the
words Ocala and Marion county in
large white letters, with a blue back
ground of very attractive design.
an ted mree iurnlsned rooms
for light housekeeping; good location.
Box 438, Ocala. 3-14-6td
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
a-nA fl 11 or? rtViafna tt a hast r y
the money, and guaranteed as repre-
sented. A. E. Burnett. Ad.
Mrs. T. F. Garrison and Miss Mattie
E. Powers of Grand Rapids, Wis., are
at the Harrington.
"JIou will miss the season's opportun
ity if you do not visit the great Easter
sale at the Globe. Adv.
Stop coughing by using Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Dr. i;. c. liuDDara or Bushnell was a
pleased and interested visitor to the
Marion County Hospital Saturday.
Use Dike's Quinine and Sage Hair
Tonic once a week on your head and
enjoy a healthy, clean s&alp. You will
find th,is excellent tonic at the Court
! Pharmacy. Adv.
Free cabbage at Ollie Mardis, grown.
on the famous Carmichael farms.
Pearl tooth brushes are sold at
jGerlg's Drug Stores at 25c and guar-
i anteed. Ad.
Becks hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
An elegant line of rlng3, bracelets
and pins at Burnett's. 'Ad.
Mr. C. D. Waring of Jacksonville
was at the Harrington last night. Mr.
Waring is one of the Coast Line's sur surveying
veying surveying engineers. It Is said he was
here looking over the South Main street
yard, with a yiew to making the
changes asked for by the city.
Excellent Example Set by the People
of Fort Kinc Avenue
Have you noticed how many more
people pass through Fort King avenue
since it has been paved and beautified?
Have you noticed that the grass
plots that border the sidewalks have
been replanted and give promise of
still further beauty?
Does this not prove that those who
have homes on the avenue not only
love the beautiful but realize that the
only way to make our city beautiful is
to get together and make their streets
If the pavement and grass plots have
brought daily visits of neighbors from
nearby streets to pay silent tribute by
their presence, don't you think it
would be a nice thing to plant flowers
here and there along the borders and
let the yards along the avenue be like
a reception -line at a social function,
like well dressed, pretty women?
Do this and Fort King avenue will
no longer be an avenue but one great
long decorated hallway leading to hos hospitable
pitable hospitable homes.
You have done well. Fort. King!
Keep it up!
ALMOST TOO GOOD
TO BE Al'THEXTIC
The Star has heard a story that is
almost too good to be true.
It is to the effect that a certain cap capitalist
italist capitalist is negotiating for a large prop property
erty property right in the heart of Ocala, and
designs to build a 300-room hotel of
the most modern type thereon.
As a condition, he will require the
Coast Line to remove its tracks thru
the city, as he does not want the rail railroad
road railroad so close to the hotel.
The Coast Line, for certain reasons.
Is said to be considering the proposi proposition.
tion. proposition. If it should accept, an union
passenger station, either at the old S.
S. O. & G. junction, or at Exposit'on
street, would be a certainty.
The Star is afraid there is nothing in
it. It is so much what it ought to be
that it probably ain't.
GOLD PINS LOST
Lost somewhere on streets of Ocala,
possibly between Mclver & MacKay's
undertaking parlors and Oak Ridge
cemetery, two gold pins, one plain with
an inlaid design and one longer with
settings. They were wrapped in a
piece of newspaper and lost Saturday
Two weeks ago a small gold pin was
lost between Mclver &. MacKay's and
the hospital. Engraved on the pin was
the word "Cevie." A liberal reward
will be paid for their return to C. V.
Roberts at Mclver & MacKay's. Adv.
A Star reporter looked into Marcus
Frank's big store Monday, and was al allowed
lowed allowed to take a slant at some of the
beauchersome new hats that Marcus
selected In his recent trip to New York.
To a mere man, they looked mighty
fine. The good-looking young sales saleslady
lady saleslady also insinuated that they wouldn't
cost more than a fourth of a fortune
apiece, which will be good news to all
the other mere men.
It is Interesting to an old-timer to
go into the establishment of the Mar Marion
ion Marion Hardware Company and note how
It has grown. A score of years ago, it
was comprehended in a single store
room; now it covers a quarter of a
block. The manager, three or four
clerks and a drayman attended to all
the business. Now it keeps busy a
score of men, including its travelin
representatives, who are out soliciting
orders or putting in machinery in a
dozen counties.-Manager Harry Clark Clark-son
son Clark-son doesn't seem to have grown any
older in these years, but what a lot of
growing he has looked at!
Mr. H. A. Waterman seems to have
banished the hoodoo that for years
seemed to dwell over the business
stand now occupied by him in the
Merchants block. For years, nobody
had ever done ivery well there,; and
some had failed. "Ardis," however,
seemed to fill a long-felt want; he fit
ted right into the. place, and has kept
going and growing ever since. Nobody
has a better business now, nor a nicer
stock. Ardis always has a clove-hitch
on tne good win or the boya he was
brought up with, and many of them
are bringing their boys to trade with
In spite of the rain over 200 people
attended the pictures at the Temple
last night, this popular theater being
the only one open. Among the crowd
were iwo meaier parties, wnicn seem
to be very popular at the Temple. The
Pathe weekly, which has been added
to the service, was enjoyed by every
body and the other pictures were up to
the usual standard.
One of our business men traveling
out from Ocala speaks in terms of high
praise of the magnificent crop of to
matoes being raised by Mr. W. A. Red
dick at his place near Citra. He says
Mr. Reddick has an immense lot of the
fruit, and some of it is the finest he
3 cans Van Camp's soap ... 25c
" beans.... 25c
Mine: Ileal 25c
Sunbeam shrimp 25c
lb Soda 5c
2 cans small Hat Salmon 35c
" large " ..30c
" tail Salmon 30c
Argo large Salinuu 45c
Ocean Gem fall 99 ... 2Gc
HOTEL ASTOR COFFEE
40 ct. per Pound
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
man in i r
Silver Tea at Home of Mrs. Scott
Mrs. G. S. Scott was hostess Monday
afternoon from 3:30 to 6 o'clock of the
monthly silver tea given by the Ladies
Aid Society of the Presbyterian rhurch.
Considering the unfavorable weather
he attendance, which included quite a
few men, was unusually large and the
ilver offering amounted to a good
Suggestive of the day Mrs. Scott had
arranged for a unique Irish potato
contest. A dozen people were allowed
o enter the race of carrying potatoes
on knife blades from one end of the
hall to the other and the six who
reached their destinatio l first without
ropping any potatoes were invited
into the dining room for refreshments,
while the defeated six were left to try
their luck again. Mrs. W. H. Dodge
was among the "first to enter the con
test and endeavoring to reach the goal
he fell and sprained her ankle badly.
After the painful accident the contest
Assisting Mrs. Scott were Mrs. John
Taylor, Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Mrs. W. V.
Newsom, Mrs. Robert Blake, Mrs. F.
In the dining room Mrs. L. M. Mur-
rav and Mrs. W. V. Newsom entertaln-
d the callers while they enjoyed or-
nge ice, cake and mints, served by
Misses Emma Nelson, Jessie Mcintosh,
Elizabeth Newsom and Mrs. Etta Rob Robinson.
inson. Robinson. The attractive table was cen-
ered with a basket of clover leaves
and leaves were used in the decora-
Reception for Rev. and 31 r. Stephen
The following Invitation was receiv
ed this morning:
'You are cordially invited to a re
ception at the Woman's Club Friday
vening, March twenty-first, nineteen
undred thirteen at eight o'clock, giv-
n by the members or the First Bap
tist church in honor of Mr. and, Mrs.
Bunyan Stephens and the new mem
Sometime ago the engagement of
Miss Lois Wright and Mr. Arthur
Dasher, Jr., of Macon, Ga., was an
nounced and invitations are now be
ing received by their friends to the
wedding, April 2nd, at 9 o'clock, in the
Vineville Methodist church, Macon.
Miss Wright has visited her uncles,
Judge W. S. and Mr. R. B. Bullock on
several occasions and has many friends
in Ocala who wish her much happi
The Philathea Sewing Circle which
was organized recently and is compos composed
ed composed of the young ladies of the Baptist
church was 'pleasantly entertained by
Miss Marguerite Porter last evening.
Besides taking many valuable stitches
oward the Easter sale which Is to be
held Saturday at the band stand, a
book shower was had. Each member
was requested to bring a book, the re result
sult result being a nice collection of books,
which will shortly be sent to the
mountain schools. The Philathea Circle
promises to be one of the most active
organizations of the Baptist church.
During the evening Miss Porter, as
sisted by Misses Mary Burford and
Beulah Hall, served sandwiches and
Miss Mary E. Hill, who is in St. Pe
tersburg on a visit, w'll take part this
evening in an entertainment given In
that city under the auspices of the
thirteen states of the second division
of tourist fair week. Miss Hill wTll
recite "Naughty ZelL"
Mrs. G. Smith and daughter. Gene
vieve, of Montreal, Canada, who have
been visiting Mrs. Smith's brother, Mr.
Charles Muncaster, in
Ocala, are thelning club of Marion county.
guests of Col. and Mrs.
"W. R. Kay for
couple of days en route to Macon,
Ga., for a stay with Mrs. Smith sis
ter, Mrs. Arrington. Metropolis.
Mrs. SmUh came to Ocala to recup
erate from a lingering illness and was
greatly benefited by her stay. She is a
woman of charming personality and
added to her list of friends are many
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Tuttle and two
lovely daughters, who have been
spending several weeks in and around
Ocala, will start for their home in
Naugateel, Ct. Thursday. Mr. Tuttle
at the head of the Southern Phos-
phate Development Company, whose
offices are in Ocala.
The reading club met this afternoon
with Miss Minnie Stovall, a recent
Mr. Ned Williams of Brooksville was
the week end guest of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. K. Williams.
Miss Lilly Slikes, a trained
living in Lakeland this winter, was a
week end visitor in Ocala.
Mrs. Thomas Sexton went out to Cot
ton Plant Monday to spend a few days
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hat
Mrs. Ardis Waterman, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
Potter in Jacksonville, will return
Nearly all the palms used In dec
orating the Episcopal church Sunday
were contributed -by Mrs. Frank Teagiie
of Lady Lake, who
t.hem for Palm Sunday.
Miss Lizzie Adams, who has been!
the guest of Mrs. Clifton Camp, has
returned to her home at Lynchburg,
Va. Mrs. Camp accompanied Miss
Adams home and will be her guest fori
a few days.
Mrs. George MacKay is mourning the
death of her mother, Mrs. Lewis, which
occurred at her home in Jamaica. The
news was received yesterday and no
details were given. Mrs, MacKay In
her' bereavement has the sympathy of
her large number of friends.
The Baptist and Methodist sewing
circles met as usual yesterday after
noon, the former with Mrs. R. S. Hall
and the latter with Mrs. Thomas Kille
"brew at her cottage on Herbert street,
Before adjournment both hostesses
served light and dainty refreshments.
The candy sale In the morning has!
been postponed until after Easter on
account of the weather.
Mrs. T. C Luckle is expected home
from her visit to Daytona Saturday.
Mrs. Robert Thasard and little son
afe visiting relatives In Reddick.
Mrs. Sara Whitfield, who has been so
very sick, is steadily improving.
Mrs. John T. Moore returned from
San Antonio today accompanied by her
The Mteorfgy WIm
Life insurance reports state that the majority
or nearly 90 per cent, of all men at the age of 60, are
dependent upon others for support.
Because in their younger earning days they
have saved nothing.
Here's a place where the majority wins. We
offer absolute security and 4 per cent, on savings de deposits,
posits, deposits, and both old and young are welcome.
$1 starts an account.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
H. D. STOKES.
cSofs Use Tills for Eczeme
Dr. Evans. Er-Commissioner of Health,
says: There is almost no relation be between
tween between skin diseases and the blood." The
kin must be cured through the skin.
The germs mutt be washed out, and so
salves have long a?o been found worth worth-less.
less. worth-less. The most advanced physicians of
this country are now agreed on this, and
are prescribing a wash of wintergreen,
thymol and other ingredients for eczema
and all other skin diseases. This com compound
pound compound is known as D.D.D. Prescription
F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block, Southwest Corner Public Square.
EOLD WEATHER EQMFORTS
We have the largest and best stuck 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 us fix you up. Our stock of buggy tops, canopies and awnings Is
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.
daughter, Miss Marguerite, who has
been quite sick and will remain at
home for a week before returning to
Mrs. Jake Brown has been on the
sick list a day or so, but is better to
HELP A GOOD CAUSE
Girls' Canning Clnb of Marlon Wants
Anyone having tomato plants for
sale please notify Mrs. J. R. Moor Moor-head,
head, Moor-head, who is agent for the girls' can-
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Elllthorp of Cana-
joharie, X. Y., have returned from their
visit to Tampa and are at the liar
To the ladies of the Methodist sew
ing circle. Tlease deliver the made
articles to Mrs. WaUjexJtlpod at her
residence tomorrow morning.
The little Chace boys are showing a
most Commendable spirit in their gar-
n'a cross the street from the Star
ofSce. Their truck Is growing right
ajong and they Iteep It nicely cultlvat-
d. There aremany boys, and many
older people, in Ocalk who could follow
tne example ox tnase youngsters wiin
profit. There are several hundred acres
of land in the cityf limits that coald be
most profitably 'cultivated, giving
healthy employment and helping out
immensely with the food blfls.
ThxpL of P. had a largely attended
and liveTy-aneeting'"last night Coun-
nursejciior Commander Tompkins and Knight
Wetherbee gave bref but compre comprehensive
hensive comprehensive reports of the Grand Lodge
meeting at KIssimmee. Messrs. Robert
Connor, Percy Terkins, A. Slott and W.
M. Parker attained the full rank of
knighthood, while the degree of page
was conferred on. Mr. Sam Slack.
Mr. Holmes Walters
j on at the hospital thi
Is resting well this afternoon, and has
fine chances for speedy recovery.
Mr. F. B. Beckham has returned
from Boca Grande, where he has been
for the last two weeks, loading a
steamer with phosphate.
Even the rain today didn't prevent
people from stopping to admire that
I lovely Easter window of Nash's store
I Mr. P. E. Shepnard of Daytona was
in town this morning, on a brief busi-
ness visit. His friends regret he could
not stay longer. He says Daytona is
now as ever the little gem of the east
Some splendid tomatoes grown by
Mr. S. P. Grainger of Orange Lake
I arouse the admiration of all visitors to
I the Commercial Bank.
WORLD'S ALMAXAC AT BALLARD'S
New 1913 W orld's Almanac. Just re-
- ceived; 35 cents at Ballard's News
j stand. Adv.
OLLIE MOIIDIS MARKET OPEX
I The market Tormeny Known as the
oille Mordis Is now open. Will keep on
I and a sunnly of fresh meats and flsh
Orders by phone will receive prompt
ttention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS.
Dealer In Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
won Its great reputation and extensive
sale by its remarkable cures of
coughs, colds and croup. It can be de
pended upon. Try it. Sold by all
PAID IX f75M.
' CLARKKCB CWP. Vlc Pr.
Dr. Holmes, the well known skin spe specialist
cialist specialist writes: -I am convinced that the
D.D.D. Prescription Ij as much a specific
for eczema as quinine for malaria. 1
have been prescribing the D.D.D. remedy
for years." It will taKe away the Itch
the instant yov. apply it.
In fact, we are so sure of what D.D.D,
will do for you that we will be Klad
to let you have a $1 bottle on our guar guarantee
antee guarantee that it will cost you nothing: un.
less you find that it does the work.
THE POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE
Rain tonight and Wednesday except
fair northwest' portion, warmer north northwest
west northwest portion.
INCUBATOR FOR SALE
A' Cyphers Incubator in perfect con condition,
dition, condition, 150 egg capacity, will be sold
at once for 112.60. Address Mrs. C. V.
Roberts, Ocala, Fla. 3-13-d&w-lm.
CHAPTER ICO. IS R. A. M,
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday In every month, at 7:30 p. nx
C E. Connor, IL P.
Jake Brown, secretary. AdL
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
J. H. BRINS0N
Real Esta'e and Investment
DR. D. M. B0NEY
Optometry Offlce aad Laboratory
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-8 Gary Building, Ocala. Fla,
Accurate Building Plans, Dlue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur-
Feyed and platted. Ciose estimates
made on erection of bu'Mings of any
character by contract or on a com
mission basi3. Write or consult me at
Vorthvrest Corner Ocala House Block
"Qneen of Sea Routes"
MERCHAXTS A MIXERS, TRAIf 9. CO.
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fres; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet
IL C. AVERT. Agent,
U D. JONES, C A
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
"Ffaet Cofetr!e Trtpw fa the Wrl4
EVEXENG STAR, TUESDAY, 3IAKCH 18, 1913
HEAL "ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Agent for a dozen of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the
country. Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
I Will be Pleased to Care for Your Business in Any of These Lines.
F. VV. DITTO
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LORETTO (Near Mandarin) Florida
Boarding School for Boys, Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from Eight to Fourteen Years Received, and Carefully Trained on
Physical, Intellectual, Moral and Social Lines. Healthy Location. Mag Magnificent
nificent Magnificent Swimming Pool. Complete Equipment in Scihoolrooms. Dorm
Itorles, Dining Hall and RecrgationRooms.
Apply for Prospectus to the Sister Superior
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY LORETTO. FLORIDA
liivO'UJu 11 1LU?LVJ CHINA DINNER SETS
Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same.
UKE THE DOCTOR'S
When you pay a doctor for a skill
value for your money. If the medicine
that It should be you are the loser. It
tents of your prescription be fresh and
that your doctors' orders are carefully
us to be filled and they will be compo
what's more we offer you the same p
tomers have been enjoying right along.
THE DRUG STORE
FOR RENT Ornces n Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms in
modern home, for couple or two young
men. With board or without. Phone
Tulula Lod-ge wo. zi, independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock in
Yonge's hall. Fort King avenue. Visit Visitors
ors Visitors in the city Invited to be with us.
I F. Ballard. N. G.
W. I" Colbert, Secretary. Ad.
SEWIXG CIRCLE'S EASTER SALE
The Methodist Sewing Circle will
have an easter sale on the Ocala House
porch, Thursday March 20. Orders will
be taken for Easter eggs, hand paint painted
ed painted cards, cakes and candy all of which
will also be sold at the sale.
OPE.V DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.
Orange Groves .Jetaoi etoai shrd
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
OCA LA, FLA.
i y '-'
ful diagnosis you want to get full
that you get on his orders Is not all
is of supreme importance that the. con con-reliable
reliable con-reliable just as it Is of importance
followed. Bring your prescriptions to
unded from fresh, reliable drugs. And
Tompt and polite service that our cus cus-Try
Try cus-Try us with the next prescription.
ON THE SQUARE
COMMITTEES OP THE COUNCIL
Judiciary C. M. Livingston, chair chairman;
man; chairman; J. H. Taylor, E. T. Helvenston.
Finance G- A. Carmichael, chair chairman;
man; chairman; E. T. Helvenston, B. A. Weath Weathers.
ers. Weathers. Light and Water J. H. Taylor,
chairman: F. G. B. Welhe, B. A. Weath Weathers.
ers. Weathers. Street B. A. Weathers, chairman;
F. G. B. Weihe, E. C. Bennett.
Fire F. G. B. Weihe, Chairman; E.
T. Helvenston, Walter Hood.
rolic E. T. Helvenston, Chairman;
F G. B. Welhe, E. C. Bennett.
F. G. B. Weihe. C. M. Livingston.
Market C. M. Livingston. Chair Chairman;
man; Chairman; Walter Hood,
Sanitary Walter Hood, Chairman;
J. II. Taylor. G. A. Carmichael.
Building E. C. Bennett, Chairman;
G. A. Carmlcnael. J. H. Taylor.
OCALA LODGE HO. SHO, B. I. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Joseph Bell. Secretary. Ad.
Palmer's toilet articles can te found
at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.
The Story of His Life
' From the Cradie to
the White House
By WILLIAM BAYARD HALE
Copyright. 1311. 1S12, by Doubleday. Page
- -rr m t t rv- ft ITTTntCI j a
Jfc I O CI 151-
I enee is not. in the narration.
a thrilling story. The first
seventeen jears of Woodrow
Wilson's life after he left .Tohna H H-kin3
kin3 H-kin3 university were spent in teaching
They were years of usefulness. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands of students will testify to the
still enduring inspiration they owe to
them and to him. They were years of
delightful living, of cultured and den denial
ial denial companionship.
It was with the unrelinquished pur purpose
pose purpose of having his part in the public
life of the nation that Woodrow WMson
entered upon the profession of a teach teacher
er teacher of law and politics, it can hardly
be said, however, that his first position
was one which gave promise of any
large immediate influence u public
affairs. A number of Johns Hopkins
men on the opening in 1885 of Bryn
Mawr college acccepted ai their first
professorships places iu the faculty of
the new institution for women. The
vulgar even referred to Brvn Mawr as
"Johanna Hopkins" Some were so
irreverent as to suggest that the young
professors were "merely trying It on
the dog." Professor Wilson, though
called to Bryn Mawr primarily to give
instruction In politics and political
economy, taught a good deal besides
those subjects. Classical history and
the history of the renaissance fell to
him. His lectures are said on high
authority to have been "marvels" of
scholarship, profoundly Impressing his
Professor Wilson worked very hard
to make his lectures interesting. One
of the faculty who lived next door tes testifies
tifies testifies that the light in his study win window
dow window was invariably burning long after
everybody else had gone to bed. From
the start of his professional career
Mr. Wilson appears to have realized
the uecessity of imparting vivacity
and reality to his lectures. There is
some ground to suspect that the intense
young ladies who sat under him did not
always appreciate the lighter side of
his discourses. At all events, it Is re remembered
membered remembered that he appeared one day
in the lecture room without the long
mustache which had up to then adorn adorned
ed adorned his countenance a sacrifice which.
It was hinted, be had made In the hope
of being thereafter better able to sug suggest
gest suggest to his classes certain delicacies of
thought and. fancy which they had
shown little signs of apprehending.
Bryn Mawr college opened with forty-three
students. Three houses at the
edge of the campus were occupied by
the dean and professors, many of the
latter being bachelors. Later Mr. Wil Wilson
son Wilson leased a pretty cottage, the parson parsonage
age parsonage of the little Baptist church on the
old Gulf road, In the midst of a lovely
countryside. In this, their first homo,
the Wilsons took great pride and sat satisfaction.
isfaction. satisfaction. In vacation time they went
back south among old friends. It was
In the south that the first two children
In June, 18SG, Professor Wilson took
his Ph. D. at Johns Hopkins, the unl
versity accepting as his thesis his book
"Congressional Government," During
his third year at Bryn Mawr Profes Professor
sor Professor Wilson accepted a lectureship at
Johns Hopkins. This took him to Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore once a week for twenty-flvp
Social life at Bryn Mawr was most
agreeable. An invitation to an older
and larger institution was, neverthe
less, not to be declined. Ampler oppor
tunity opened in a school attended by
young men, and in 1SS8 Professor Wil
son accepted an election to the chair of
history and political economy at Wes
leyan university, Middletown, Conn.
From the start Professor Wilson's
courses were extremely popular. And
well indeed they might be, for New
England had rarely heard such instruc instruction
tion instruction as was given in the lecture room
of Wesleyan's professor of history and
political economy. While at Middle-
town he continued his lectureship at
Johns Hopkins. Now, however, instead
of going down once a week he bunch
ed his twenty-five lectures in a month
of vacation allowed him by the Wes Wes-leyan
leyan Wes-leyan trustees. His fame as a popular
lecturer also was. growing apace, and
he was frequently called to give ad
dresses in New England and the east
ern states. It was while at Middle Middle-town
town Middle-town that he wrote "The State," a vol volume
ume volume which, with less pretentions to lit
erary form than his other work, Involv
ed an enormous amount of labor.
Mr. Wilson was a member of the ath athletic
letic athletic committee of Wesleyan and took
the keenest interest in the college
sports. One student of the time re remembers
members remembers how incensed he became at
the limited ambition of the Wesleyan
boys, who. when they played against
Yale, were satisfied only to keep the
score down. "That's no ambition at.
all!" he ueA to cry. "Go in and win.
You can lick Yale as well as any other
team. Go after their scalps. Don't ad admit
mit admit for a moment that they can beat
Life at Middletown wa r!o.T?nt.
But Mr. Wilson's growiiip reputation
would not 1 ermit him to remain there.
When in 1S0O the chair of jurispru jurisprudence
dence jurisprudence i.nd politics in Princeton col college
lege college became vacant tiiroug'i the de;ith
of Professor Alexander Johnso.i the
trustees elected to it the Princeton
graduate, who had so quickly distin distinguished
guished distinguished himself as a student of poli politics.
tics. politics. September.
1890. then, found Wood-
row Wilson again domiciled In the
Jersey collegiate town. He was now a
man whose renown had begun to
spread in the world, an author, a pub public
lic public sneaker of enviable repute, the
head of a family, a figure of consid consideration,
eration, consideration, a ctor. if you please, both of
philosophy and of law.
The Wilsons rented a house In Li Library
brary Library place. After a few years they
built a home for themselves, on an ad
joining lot, an attractive half tim timbered
bered timbered house designed by Mrs. Wilson.
The new professor stepped at once
into, the front rank, as Indeed became
a Princeton graduate, a membenof one
of the most famous classes the old
college had graduated, a man thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly imbued with the best tradi traditions
tions traditions of the place. But his lectures
rrinceton had no tradition that ac accounted
counted accounted for their charm. They in instantly
stantly instantly became popular; the attendance
mounted until it surpassed that ever
before or since given any course of
study at Princeton. Before long very
nearly 400 students, almost the total
number of juuiors and seniors com combined,
bined, combined, were taking Wilson's courses.
md they were no "cinches" either.
Widely informed, marked by a mastery
of fact even to slight detail, inspiring
in thir rnnge and sweep and spired
with a pervading sense of humor. Pro Professor
fessor Professor Wilson's lectures were further
rn-'rkd hy the gre:U freedom with
which tie d-.ivered himself of- his
views oa current events It was his
custom to put students on their honor
not t; report him: there were always
likely to be in attendance students
who had connections with city news news-paiers
paiers news-paiers who might frequently have
made good "stories" out of the pro professor's
fessor's professor's lively comments on the, poli politics
tics politics of the day, hut uoue ever took ad advantage
vantage advantage of the opportunity.
The classes were now so large that
the work of a professor consisted al almost
most almost entirely of lecturing. As we
shall see later, it was not then the
Princeton idea to give the students
any particular oversight or inspiration
elsewhere than In the classroom. Yet
the Wilson home became and always
remained a resort hugely popular with
the young men who were so lucky as
to be admitted to it and Its doors
were hospitably hung. Professor Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, in short, stepped into the position
of first favorite alike with his col colleagues
leagues colleagues of the faculty and with the
undergrads. They have at Princeton
a way of voting at the end of each
year for all possible sorts of "popular
personages." For a number of years
Professor Wilson was voted the most
popular professor, .ne was able, he
was genial, he was active, a member
of the faculty committee on outdoor
sports and of the faculty committee
on discipline. In faculty meetings Mr.
Wilson soon became one of those most
attentively listened to.
During the twelve years. 1890 to
3902, Mr. Wilson continued to fulfill at
Princeton the duties of professor of
Jurisprudence and politics. They were
twelve years of steady yet pleasant
labor years of growth and of grow growing
ing growing Influence both In the university
and in the country. Four new books
were added to the list signed by this
man who wrote history and politics
with so much literary charm "Divi "Division
sion "Division and Reunion." "An Old Master,"
"Mere Literature" and "George Wash
Ington." He was heard now in occa occasional
sional occasional addresses in many parts of the
land discussing public questions .be .before
fore .before commercial. Industrial and pro professional
fessional professional bodies. The vigor of his
views on questions of the day, as well
as his readiness, grace and power on
the platform, gave him place among
the recognized leaders of national
thought He had for a time continued
going down to Johns Hopkins, and
now he gave occasional lectures at the
New York Law school.
At the end of a decade in his chair
V s 'J
Mrs. Wilson at the Time of Her
Mr. Wi!3;n nr.d attained, naturally
and with the good will of all, a posi position
tion position of unchallenged supremacy in the
university town and of marked dis distinction
tinction distinction in the country.
With jsUwL brief si.inry, this biog biography
raphy biography must dismiss a period the ex external
ternal external facts of which were of little
dramatic value, incommensurate alto altogether
gether altogether with their importance In the
development i:nd strengthening of con conviction
viction conviction and haracter which were to
have play in the time which we now
As cue looks into those twelve years
what chiefly impresses him In the man
Is the growth In vividness of his social
sense, his love of humanity express expressing
ing expressing itself most commonly in terms of
patriotism. It Is clear, too, that he Is
winning some wise Insight Into the
mystery of the unfolding of the minds
of young men. acquiring much skill In
the craft of the teacher and reaching
withal some conclusions respecting
principles and methods of education.
But beyond and above all other convic convictions
tions convictions that ripened daring these twelve
years In the enlivening companionship
of students In the joyful exercise be before
fore before them of his gift of speech and in
the lonely stillness of a heart that
pondered the history of human Institu Institutions
tions Institutions and the laws of progress, there
grew up In Woodrow Wilson a fervent
devotion to democracy.
Princeton, like other American col colleges,
leges, colleges, had been going through a period
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