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OOALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 21, 1913
THE FURXITURE MEN
MK'KK''XH tdi-y lndiviGuais witn noses Dunea
Harry Irving Greene
The Lash of Circumstance,"
".Barbara of the Snows"
(Copyright, lai2. by Harry Irving Greene)
i'HIl I IS READY
tc I at rl iirril Today ly
wood ami Debate W ill Open.
20. The demo demo-bill,
bill, demo-bill, with its
a lengthy free
yesterday by the ways
committee ami its income
tax, now is ready for debate in the
House. Approved late yesterday by the
democratic caucus as amended in two
weeks' discussion arid by the commit-
beautiful spots on the entire lake.
iCapt. Johnstone ha secured the ser-
of Huntington. West Va., to conduct
the sale and Major Combs, a well
i .. . :i i n v : J
jiilioviii ii uciiuiiet I will ii) tiic uiaa.
Coder-! Capt. Johnstone will give away a free
lot and serve a dinner on the grounds
to the people. The sale will be ex extensively
tensively extensively advertised and on account of
the desirability of the property and the
demand there has been for north side
lot?, it is expected to be a great success.
He went rapidly yet uncertainly, al
most at random. Ilia wrong hat was
on wrong end before, his rumpled hair
protruded in wisps beneath its rim,
the sheets, while from several quar
ters came the insistent throbbing
the. drums of the Salvationists, the
exhorting of the Adventists and the
fervent shouts of the self-ordained win
curbstotie preachers as they cajoled
or threatened the populace in the j
. I j 1 i
name oi irnptfiiumg auu universal
doom to come to them, Be blessed and j Washington, April
saved, or failing to do so pass on to (cratic tariff revision
everlasting torment. Wandering down sweep. in-r reductions.
street after street, frequently turning j list au;m-nted
corners with the zig-zag instinct of the jan,J means
pursued, Desmond for the first time
became thoroughly Imbued with the
magnitude of the movement which his
r I .1 i..j T T ... t
vuiuts uitu fcuneu. xi eaw meu reel- ; ,.lt,... kui i.-ui
in g from saloon to saloon and mo- I reintroduced Monday by Leader Under-j
mentarily becoming more drunken Up- Wood. It will be reported favorably j competent Vounsr Lawyer to Preside
on the Strength of his announcement ; by the majority of the ways and means over the Court of Duval
that this would probably be their last committee and called up for debate
night .Of earthly life. He saw scrub- Wedned ay. Mr. Underwood predicted)
that the bill will be passed m thej
House by May 1
111 JUDGE HIS
think a generous time to
Senate for its consideration and pas passage,
sage, passage, and unless it is decided to
brinff in a currency bill thereafter
Congress should be ready to adjourn
about July 15.
The bill as approved by the president
came through the caucus unscathed.
Democratic opponents of free susrar in
. 3 1 ?
and to free raw wool made nrm "a-s ."rgaiu.eu .eveii monins
A Messenger Boy Burst Upon Him,
his eyes were set and staring. At ev
ery corner the newsboys still shrieked
pnd flaunted their damp wares before
the eyes of all who passed, on every
hand were straggling groups and soli-
WllEii THE BOWELS
and you miss that fine feeling
of exhilaration which follows
a copious morning operation,
you should put a small quan quantity
tity quantity of Simmons Red Z Liver
Regulator (Tho Powder Form )
on the tongue and wash it
down with a little water.
Its action in the system is
purifying and strengthening.
it drives" out huvd impactions
and impurities and gives tone
to the muscular structure of
the bowels. It overcomes tli 3
tendency to chronio constipa
tion, relieves a bloated fesling
I in the abdomen, sweetens the
breath? find promotes vigor of
body, mental alertness and
Sold 6y Dealers, Price; brga packazs, $1.00.
Ask fr the genaine with tho K'-d Z on the label.
If you cannot get tt. remit to us. we will end it by
tnil postpaid. Simmoin Liver Rrgu'.ator U put up
also In liquid form lr tiu.se who pref-r it. Trice.
(1 ua pr botli. Lawk tot tbo Ued Z lUtl.
J. H. ZUllH & CO, Props., St Louis, Mo.
women strewing their savings which
had been earned upon their calloused
knees into the fingers of jeering gut guttersnipes.
tersnipes. guttersnipes. He saw wanton women
kneeling with tears streaming down
their crimson painted cheeks; he saw
erslwhile staid men of respectability
hurrying into public houses, for what
purpose good or evil he could only
guess. lie. saw the stolid march of the
undisturbed whom nothing short of an
TtTirJn iL'q r 1 I m nroc a Vi a o o xr t Via Hft f Ti T S
satirical smiles of the cynics, the
boisterousness of the reckless, the
maudlin bewilderment of the weak of
mind as they swayed alternately be
tween doubt and despair, and he saw
here and there an earnest faced one
hurrying silently past or slipping into
church or chapel. From somewhere in
the city a church bell wa3 booming
solemnly, and from this place and that
came the sound of voices that dis discorded
corded discorded in a jumble of rag lime and
psalms. He saw human nature keyed
to its highest pitch and taut as a harp
a3 it sounded its manifold notes of
harmony and jangle. He saw the
wicked become virtuous and the vlr
tuous wicked, the thief restoring and j
the erstwhile virtuous thieving, while
above and around this human bedlam
hung the stillness of air such as often j
precedes a great electrical storm- And j
this was but one Insignificant spot up- J
on the continent! And if this was but j
a sample, what then was happening in
the great cities of the land which were
strewn from the Atlantic to the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific what nameless crimes and out
rages which must be laid at his door i
if he had erred. Fortunes gathered to-
gether by years of labor would be scat-I Chicago. April 20. "Am now 'ready
tered riotously In one debauch. Mur- j to talk business if your offer still
ders would be committed, suicides stands. Await your orders."
done, souls damned and out of it all i This telegram from Ty Cobb, at Au Au-EO
EO Au-EO little good could come. It would Sta, Ga., was received here yester yester-have
have yester-have been better, far better, if he had da' bv u J- Co-vle- niinois represen represen-w
w represen-w t oa tv,ov Horf n tative of an automobile supply com-
JCl lilt. 1 i.4 UiV (AO .- V- HI VVIy tl I
it' -i rnnr Hire tViAco n Vi r i to crrlTjfiTi In tO
. V 7 . 'several
tneir sleep, trie naa Deen criminal in
Tallahassee, April 20. Gov. Tark
Trammel announced yesterday that he
aumini-iiranon leaders i
"allot thelwou1,1 I'rooaoiy senu to tne renaie tne
name of Dan;el A. Simmons to be con confirmed
firmed confirmed for the office of circuit judge
for Duval county. 1
The governor stated that Mr. Sim-
mons had not sought the office eitlier
by personal appeal or through friends.
Daniel A. Simmons is a member of
the firm of McN'amee & Simmons. This
I i 1
. h...lPslv nut-voted with little ehance -'" lrfnl iampd to practice law.
t to develop enough opposition with re- j
j publican alliance to do anything with
their amendments on the Hoor of the
Income Tax I'nweathed
T'ne democratic caucus has sustained
( the ways and means committee on ev-
; ery point during the series ot ngntsj
over the proposed amendments to the!
; income .tax. The only
change was the decision to strengthen
( life insurance policies in the exemp exemp-'.
'. exemp-'. tion provision. The bill now says the
proceeds of policies paid on the death
; of a person insured shall not be in in-!
! in-! eluded as incomes. The caucus retain retained
ed retained the scheme for a four thousand dol-
lar exemption and graduation running
to four per cent on one hundred thou thousand
sand thousand dollars.
MeNarr.ee moved to this
m-w judge was born in Alabama. He
came to Florida a number of years
ago, settling in Holmes county, where
he engaged- in the practice of law.
For over two years he was private
secretary to Governor Xapoleon Ti.
P.roward. He succeeded J. Emmett
Wolfe, who is now circuit judge at
Mr. Simmons is interested in the
fill 10 lit
Federal (Government in n Quandary
Itetween Treaty anI lbei of the
People of California
Sacramento. Cal., April 20. A tele telegram
gram telegram to Governor Johnson from Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State Uryan. giving the views
of the administration on the pending
alien land laws, in the California legis legislature,
lature, legislature, was received yesterday. Gov Governor
ernor Governor Johnson made the telegram pub public
lic public but without comment. It is as fol follows:
lows: follows: "Washing-ton. D. C. April 10. 1913.
'"Governor Hiram Johnson, Sacra Sacramento.
mento. Sacramento. Cal: The president desires me
to say that while he fully recognizes
the right of the people of California to
legislate according to their judgment
on th subject of land tenure, he feels
it his duty to urge a recognition of the
international character of such legis legislation.
lation. legislation. "Deing anxious to preserve and
strengthen the long-standing friendly
relations existing "between this coun country
try country and the nations of the Orient, he
very respectfully bun most earnestly
advises against the ue of the words
'ineligible to citizenship.' He asks that
you bring this view to the attention of
the legislature. He believes the Sen Senate
ate Senate bill, as telegraphed to the depart department
ment department of state, is greatly to be preferr
ed. That bill limited 'ownership to
citizens and to those who had declared
their intention' to become citizens.
t (Signed): "Y. J. Bryan."
The message was read in both houses
and ordered printed in the journals
important j proward Land Company and "Our
CM MAY 1 GARS
Clniiiing Star May Soon le I.owt from
tbe IlaKebail Firmament
Home Iife Insurance Company." He
assisted in the settling up of the es estate
tate estate of the late governor.
Mr. Simmons has been engaged in
the practice of law in Jacksonville for
about five years. The new judge Is
thirty-nine years of age, is married
and has three children.
VH II V A MOV YOHK WOMAN"
Mr. Story Cleeletl President of the
D. A. II.
Washington. April 20. On the fourth
ballot Mrs. William Cummings Story,
of Xew York, leader of the conservative
faction, was elected president-general
of the Daughters of the American Rev Revolution,
olution, Revolution, defeating Mrs. John Miller
Horton. of Buffalo. X. T. The final
ballot stood: Mrs. Story, 54J; Mrs. Hor Horton,
ton, Horton, 44.
of Logansport, Ind., who stated
days ago he had offered the
"Georgia peach" an automobile and
$15,000 for one year's work as city
salesman of the concern in Chicago.
Cobb replied then that he was still
negotiating with President Xavin. of
j, E. CHAQE
Rooms 9. 10 and 11, Second Floor.
L F. BLALOCK
OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL
said he would go to Logansport to t. ... Js c j-J- j
discuss terms witn the principles, me ' .4
same concern recently hired Vincent j fc.iJ;-v 4
Campbell away from the Boston Xa-1 e5 -f ,Jt-
For Bright Eyes
and Clear Ncse
Remarkable Catarrh Cure That Get Right into
the Affected Part and Stop Gatherings.
tionals to act as its agent at St. Lou's.
COUGHS AXD CONSUMPTION'.
Coughs and colds, when neglected,
always lead to serious tro ble of the
lungs. The wisest thing to d wuen
you have a cold that troubles you is to
get a bpttU of Dr. King's New Dis Discovery.
covery. Discovery. You will get relief from the
first dose, and finally the cough will
disappear. O. H. Brown, of Muscadine,
Ala., writes: "My wifo was down in
bed with, an obstinate cough, and I
S Is a Wonder rwr the Eyes, ISomc
his thoughtlessness. Alternately he
berated himself with savage venom or
prayed despairingly as he plunged
from street into alley and alley into
Street as he SCUght by turnings and, : the Detroit club, but would reply defi defi-doublings
doublings defi-doublings to escape from the things I nitely in ten days.
a,hlei hintPrl him on everv side. n receipt of the telegram Coyle
He stumbled from a refuse cluttered
alley out into the light of a broad
thoroughfare, sleekly groomed and
bordered by the houses of the city's
move fortunate and better class. Here
it was quiet and orderly as usual and
in his relief at having left the rabble
behind he breathed deeply of the fra fragrant
grant fragrant air, straightened his hat and
hair and proceeded more leisurely
upon his aimless way. Before him he
saw a yard generously studded wtb.
trees, irom tne limps of which pale
Japanese lanterns glowed in softly
tinted radiance. He paused and
glanced about as he collected his
thouehts. Yes. it was the residue of i honestly believe had it rot been for
Judge Fulton, and this was the lawn I ; "f, discovery sne wquia ,rcry orgRn in the bc,(1
T.nrrv tn Txhioh UTav. Mkino orror,. "o tuuaj """"" me veins ana arteries, una
: : ; forty-three yars as the best remedy
tage of his own acquaintance with the f. pMl,a. rri(,A rn Pnt,
Fultons, had invited, him in the name j and l. Recommended by Tydings &
oi Doris. He was near enough now to Co. Adv.
see the forms that strolled carelessly
about or sat upon the summer seats n w t: hi mr,i thk iiatchkt
beneath the trees, near enough to even
catch a tinkle of laughter from gomo
softly gleaming white throat as the
lady responded lightly to the jesj of
her companion as to the horror so
soon to come. He paused in indecision.
To return tq the lights and sounds
from which he had just escaped was
unthinkable, while before him, though
there was more skepticism than in the
rabble, there was also decency and;ation support hi ij at the Baiti-
rr Pnr Q mnmMt na rr.iH nul mt! convention. The luncheon was
APIS HI JINGOES
Fiercely Denounce America and I'lan
t Sel.e Hawaii and the
Tokio, Japan. April 20. The situa situation
tion situation brought about by the California
alien land holding bill is becoming In
creasingly serious. A mass meetin
yesterday composed for the most part
of forces of common people, demanded
recognition of the rights of the Japan
ese. i ne gatnering sang war songs
and this aroused the feelings of many
of the lower classes who were present.
Anonymous writers in tne newspa
pers give an outline of plans for the
seizure of the Philippines and Hawaii
and at the same time denounce the
Japanese government's submissive at
titude. It is said the changed condi
tions in Japan make It impossible for
the government to restrain the news
papers and the lower classes.
for nunxs, bruises and sores
is definitely known that catarrh
can be cured by the simple process of
inoculating the blood with antidotal
remedies that stop inflammatory condi conditions
tions conditions throughout the mucou3 linings of
all the organs of the body. Th,s Is
iT.or.e with the famous Swift's Sure
Specific, or. as it is widely known,
s. S. S. It is taUeu into the blood just
-is rwituraiiy as the most nourishing
l. It spreads its innuenee over
and enables all
The quickest and surest cure for
burns, bruises, boils, sores, inflamma
Hon and all skin biseascs is Bucklin's
Arnica .Salve. In four days It cured L.
H. Haflin, of Iredell, Tex., of a sore on
his ankle which pained him so he could
hardly walk. Should be in every
house. Only 25 cents. Recommended
by TydlngS & Ca Adv.
instruction in better methods in
riculture. canning: and preserving.
The following is the list of
agents in the different counties:
Miss Liila Fra?er, Alachua.
Mrs. Ella Roberts. Bradford.
Miss Ruth Higgs. Clay.
Miss Myra Bradley. Escambia.
Miss Mary Lou Mathis, Holmes.
Biss Genevieve Crawford, Leon.
Mrs. Carrie Bishop, Marison.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, Marion.
Mrs. Alice Tyre. Pasco.
Mrs. W. K. Quarterman. Suwannee
Miss Myrtice Warren, Walton.
MarieriKtaM Swiped Ilreeeh Illoekx of
CinuM and Ammunition lln Heen
Shipped to Naeo
El Pao. April 2. The federal gar garrison
rison garrison at Juarez (Hoo-a-rix) across the
river, finds itself "in a predicament.
Some daring persons have made away
with the breech blocks of all cannon
and machine guns. rendering the
During the recent siege at Xaco,
Sonora. a large quantity of ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition from the Juarez garrison. It
learned here, was sent through the
United States to the relief of Ojeda's
troops there, as a result of which
Col. Juan X. Vasquex, commander, at
Juarez finds himself with plenty of
men but practically without artillery
and little ammunition.
IfiSt fill HID
To Allow the Course of Janttet t be
Retarded by Trifling Legal
Columbia, S. C, April 10. Governor
Blease yesierdas afternoon honored
requisition papers from Governor Sul Sul-aer
aer Sul-aer of Xew York for A. A. Carter and
Frank Tarbaux. who are wanted In
Xew York for alleged wire tapping.
The men were immediately turned
oveV to officers of the Xew York police
Friday in Charleston Judge Devore
granted a writ of habeas corpus for
-Carter and Tarbaux. One of the at attorneys
torneys attorneys of the two men handed the
orde.rto Governor Blease and he im immediately
mediately immediately gave out a very heated
opinion, granting the requisition, say saying
ing saying the courts could not dictate to htm.
The men were recently captured In
Charleston after a .''. chase 'all over the
The governor issued a scathing re rebuke
buke rebuke on trickery and intrigue In con connection
nection connection with such cases and declared
that he did not propose to allow his
office to be dictated to through the
medium of any such methods.
Use DARBY'S TRCPIIYLACTIC
FLUID In the house and the stable,
it is as good for animal flesh as It is
for the human body. It heals sofes,
cuts, ragged wounds, colli, dysentery,
galls, chafes, scratches, distemper,
bots, and worms. There is hardly any
limit to its usefulness about the home home-Price
Price home-Price DO cents per bottle. Sold by all
Pains in the back and irregularities
to which women are subject, with all
their attendant miseries, yield at once
to DR. SIMMON'S SQUA VINE
COMPOUND. It Is a powerful restor restorative.
ative. restorative. It is as pleasant to take as tfce
juice of a sweet orange Price $1 per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Adv.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
WORLD'S ALMANAC AT BALLARD'S
New 1913 "World's Almanac, Just re received
ceived received ; 35 cents at Ballard's News Newsstand.
stand. Newsstand. Adv.
M ANUSCRITT COVERS
An elegant line of lawyers manu manuscript
script manuscript covers. Jri any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
Secretary llrvan and Speaker Clark
Friends Have Effected a
Washington, ArrU -w. a complete
reconciliaiU.n between Secretary Bryan
and ri"?aker Clark was effected yes yesterday
terday yesterday at a luncheon arranged by
Theodore A. Bell, of California, chair chairman
man chairman of the Denver convention ot !.') S
and chairma nof tht; California dele-
DRIVE SICK HEADACHES AWAY
Sick headaches, sour, gassy stomach,
Indigestion and billousnecs disappear
quickly after you take Dr. King's New
Life Pills. They purify the blood and
"put new life and vigor in the system.
try them and you will be well. satisfied
Every pill helps; every box guaran guaran-ed
ed guaran-ed by Tydlngs & Co. Adv.
I o i f .rt Kt 1 ro "I."' T" ATvTiiatf c rl i t r r nf Vi o
vered between retreat to some aoli- '. .k.
tary corner and a bold advance to the T 3 , j
vunit j Bryan and Clayl stiook hands and
companionship of those beyond, then lsguetl strtlmt.nt., saying they have
with sudden determination he pre&sedj j buried the hatchet and forgotten the
forward, threw open the gate and en- i personalities of the Baltimore convSH,
March, espying the grizzled head and
tall, gaunt form of his friend as he
slowly approached up the walk leading
to the house, spoke hurriedly into
Doris' ear. "It is Professor Desmond
of course you have met him. You
know I took the responsibility of in inviting
viting inviting him to drop in among us. I
thought he might wish to be among
I tion. Intense interest
elt m po
litical circles oyer the reconciliation of
.i.ucous surf tit--4 to exchange inliam-ruatory-
acids and other irritating sub substances
stances substances for erterial elements that
effectually cleanse the system and thus
put an end to all catarrhal pollution.
S. S. S. cleans out the 8tQ'7.Ck ti
mucous accuiri lutions. y-j-fci-ja only
rnre, blood-makf'vs Materials to enter
'ha intestity,-.. Combines with these
iood foments to -enter the circulation,
and in less than an hour is at work
throughout the body in the process of
You will soon realize. H wonderful
influence I y the V-.nce of h --ad ache,
a decide -I u jt :n of the air parages.
a steadily knprov -1 nasal condition, 1 Te Old Standard gtntral ftrT.sthenirjj ionic.
10c size Hecker's Self Rising Buckwheat 3 for 25c
35c bottle Pure Maple Syrup
3 pounds Evaporated Apples
35c package Cluster Rasins
PATHE WEEKLY, Ml TT AND JEFF
CONTINl 'EU, TEMPLE TONIGHT. Al.
For rheumatism you will find noth
ing better than Chamberlain's Lini
rnent. Try it and see how quickly it
gives relief. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv.
Five reels, two vaudeville acts, at
the Temple tonight, Adv.
For Weakness and Loss of Appetite
and a sens- f boc':ly relief that r-j-ves
how completely catarrh often infests
the entire system You will find
S. S. S. or. at all drug s'r.res at
SI. 00 -..r bottle. "It is a remarkable
remedy for any and all blood sff-c-tions,
such as eczema, rh. lupus,
tetter, psoriasis, l"--i'., and all other
diseased conditions of the blood. For
special advice on any blood d'.sase
write in confidence to The Swift Spe Specific
cific Specific Co.. 137 Swift Bid., Atlanta, Ga
Do not delay to ct a bottle of S. S. S
of your druggist.
GROVE'S TASTELKSS chill "lONIC. ir.vs out
Malaria and bui'r's up the system. Atruetonij
md sure Appetirtr. For ad-.ttts sf' -V-'drea. JOc
Meiba face preparations are new ar arrivals
rivals arrivals at the Court Pharmacy Just
look around on entering the store and
you will see them. Adv.
WHY HE WAS LATE,
"What made you so late?"
"I met Smithson."
"Well that is no reason why you
should be an hour late getting home to
"I know, but I asked him how he was
J. G. PURVIS,
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
W. G. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
O. BOX 4 OCALA. rliA
riAVE YOUR CAR PAINTED
friends tonight in case well, in either f'feelins and he insisted on telling me
case, you know," She smiled in swift about ni3 stomach trouble."
acknowledgment, and nowhere could j "Did you tell him to take Chamber Chamber-there
there Chamber-there be found a smile sweeter than Iain's Tablets?"
Doris,' either in her light or sometimes j "Sure, that Is what he needs." Sold
serious mood. j b a11 Dealers. Adv.
iir i a1 t- tr i ; 1. :
i warn, to maun. )ou lur abKiug uim i
to come. We will make him our lion, i
I have always admired him, and had I j
known all this was to happen would i
certainly have asked him to come, in j
the hope of somewhat diverting his ;
mind as well as our own. lie must
be under a greater strain even than your goods with promptness and good
the rest of us, for he believes more j care. Call phone 470. Ad.
implicitly than we." She went lightly i
forward, her hand outstretched, frank j Uon tDe surprisea ir you nave an at at-welcome
welcome at-welcome shining in her large hazel tacKk f rheumatism th's spring. Just
j rub the affected parts freely with
CJca' Chamberlain's Liniment and it will
"Professor Desmond I am delight-1 goon dIsappear. For sale by all deai deai-ed
ed deai-ed to be so honored. Have you any j ers. Adv.
late news to encourage us?" He shook
DRAY FOR GENERAL DELIVERY
Mr. A. S. Tturgess naa 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
Attorney at Law
Munroe & Chambliss Bldg
"My little son had a v?ry severe cold,
was recommended to try Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and before a small bot bottle
tle bottle was finished he was as well as
ever," -writes Mrs. II. Silks, 29 Dowling
street, Sydney, Australia. This remedy
Is for sale by all dealers. Adv.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
PAIXS IN THE ST03IACII
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Undertakers and Erabalraers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
If you continually complain of pains
in the stomach, your liver or your kid kidneys
neys kidneys are out of order. Neglect may
lead to dropsy, kidney trouble, d'a d'a-betes
betes d'a-betes "or Bright's disease. Thousands
recommend Electric Bitters as the very
best stomach and kidney medicine
made- IL T. Alston, of Raleigh, N. C,
who suffered with pain in. the stomach,
and back, writes: "My k'dneys were
deranged and my liver did not work
right, I suffered much, but Electric
Bitters was recommended and I im improved
proved improved from the first dose. I now feel
like a new man. It will Improve you,
too. Ouly 50 cents and $1. Recom Recommended
mended Recommended by Tydings & Co. Adv.
his head with a grave smile as he first
bowed over her hand and then straight straightened
ened straightened up with his usual dignity and ran
his eyes over the assemblage.
"No. MISS Fulton, nothing mora thaa
continued on Fourth Fage)
NORTH LAKE LOT SALE
On Tuesday, April 22. Capt. R. C.
Johnstone Is arranging to put on an
auction sale of his beautiful residence
j lots at the old Chautauqua grounas at
North Lake Weir, one of the most
D. E. McIYEi: and C.X. ItO BERTS
4.11 Work Done liy Licensed Em Em-baliuers
baliuers Em-baliuers and Fully Guaranteed.
D. E. MolTtr
V. Roberts ....
CLl IIS W ILL MEET
IN THE STATE CAPITAL
Tallahas.-ee. April 20. The annual
meeting of the county agents in the
canning clubs in Florida will be held
in Tallahassee April 22-24. I. W. Hill,
of ihe United States department of ag agriculture,
riculture, agriculture, and Prof. J. J. Vernon, of the
college of agriculture of the Univer University
sity University of Florida, will meet the agents at
the Florida State College for Women.
The meeting will be primarily one of
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Kmered In the jiostofftce at Ocala,
Fla., a? second class mall matter.
The Star greatly regrets ,to announce
the death of HolHs, the bright little
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Geiger, who
la...ed away at the hospital at an
early hour thi-- morning.
The little hoy had been ailing for
,orne days, but had shown no signs
of being seriously ill until Sunday,
when he became alarmingly sick. The
family physician took h'm to the hos hospital
pital hospital and held a consultation with an another
other another doctor and a visiting specialist,
and they decided that an operation was
the child'. only chance for life. They
ere greatly surprised to find that he
wjs suffering from appendicitis, of
which disease he had given no indica indication.
tion. indication. The operation was quickly and
skillfully performed, but the little fel fellow
low fellow was not strong enough to recover,
and parsed away a few hours later.
Holli. was a smart and loveable
child, and his death is an awful blow
to hi. parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Oeiger, who have, the deep sympathy
of their friends in this great affliction.
The funeral services took place at
Mclver & MacKay. chapel this after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, Itev. flunyan Stephens officiat officiating.
ing. officiating. Interment in Greenwood ceme cemetery.
tery. cemetery. M:IJ HIM TO Sl'MTKIl
For some weeks the state papers
have been singing high about a 14 14-pound
pound 14-pound cabbage raised by a man over in
Alachua county and which, it was
stated, was one of the largest cabbages
ever raised in the state. We knew all
along that Bradford county could lay
this record in the shade and were only
waiting for developments. Wednesday
Dr. Freeman brought back in his auto
"a 16-pound cabbage raised on the truck
arm of Mr. Gufford; who has lately
moved to Theressa from Georgia. The
cabbage is one of the finest that we
have ever seen and was solid through throughout.
out. throughout. It beats the state record by two
pounds, and if there is anyone in the
state who can produce a -better one we
will come again. Starke Telegraph.
A paragraph in the Star a few days
ao told of a 17-pound cabbage that
was on exhibition for several days in
the Munroe & Chambliss Bank. It was
somewhat wilted and had lost many
leaves when it was weighed. It would
have weighed at least twenty pounds
when first cut from the stalk. It was
raised on the hammock farm of Geo.
W. Caruthers, near Coleman, and the
16-pound cabbages raised in that sec section"
tion" section" could be counted by the thousand.
The Star is informed that the pos possibilities
sibilities possibilities are good for Citrus county
making an exhibit at our fair this fall.
Quite the proper thing to do It will
help the fair a lot, and help Citrus a
whole lot. It is probable that Sumter
will also come in, in a year or so.
They are erecting new county, build buildings
ings buildings there now, but it will not be long
before they will come into the state
within the state, Industrially speaking,
that. will form around Ocala.
The Star Is indebted to the Banner
for the very accommodating and help helpful
ful helpful spirit In which it offered to help
us out during the breakdown to our
motor Saturday. It is a very trouble troublesome
some troublesome thing to a newspaper man to
have his program of typesetting
broken nto, and the knowledge makes
the Star all the more appreciate the
cheerful goodwill displayed by its con contemporary.
temporary. contemporary. We hope it will be long long-before
before long-before it is similarly afflicted, but if it
ever is the Star's men and machinery
are at its service.
The city employees oi Jacksonville
are working to get a bill through the'
legislature which will provide an old
age pension. It is a good move. The
average man lives up to or beyond his
Income, and when old age or disaster
stops the salary gaunt want takes up
Its wretched abode in that househoM.
Why not levy a general special tax so
as to provide old age pensions for all
the needy? Bronson Times-Democrat.
ltis argued that it would have a
tendency to make people improvident
by removing the necessity of their try trying
ing trying to lay up something for old age.
There Is probably much weight in the
The Ocala Banner is authority for
the statement that last week, while
fi.-hing. Z. C. Chambliss hooked a black
male- mermaid. It was probably a
brother of the female black mermaid
seen in the Lake Harris canal about a
ytar ago. Leesburg Commercial.
You are all wrong, both in your
tnral history and your mythology.
A mermaid is strictly a lady and has
n ver been known- to allow a man to
come near enough to catch her with a
fish line or anything else, in which she
Is wiser than most females of the hu human
man human species. A he mermaid is a mer mer-nun,
nun, mer-nun, and naturally isn't entitled to
much consideration, so it is not to be
wandered at some one occasionally get get-tir.g
tir.g get-tir.g his hooks into him.
The Tampa Tribune says that Claude
1,'Epgle has been to see the president
several times to insist on the removal
of Joe Lee but It says that Joe is still
on the job. Ocala Banner.
The ntire Florida delegation has
been to see the president about Lee,
but the Tribune finds fault only with
IF.ngle. Ocala Star.
But Claude was the man who as assumed
sumed assumed the sole responsibility of mak making
ing making the president fire Lee. He has
been telling us in his paper every
week that he was "on the job" and
that he would see to It that Lee got
out. Hence. we naturally look to
Claude to make good. Tampa Tribune.
Well, now. that's queer. We read
Claude's articles quite closely; we no noticed
ticed noticed his saying he would do all he
could to have Joe Lee fired, but we don't
remember his declaring himself the
whole works. We'll bet the Tribune
one of Charlie Peyser's Grand Royal
cigars it can't produce the print to
prove its assertion that Claude "as "assumed
sumed "assumed the sole responsibility."
A gentleman named Outwater, from
P.ronson, Mich., who with his own and
his brother's family have been winter wintering
ing wintering at Chessahowitzka. was taken very
111 with appendicitis yesterday, and to
day was brought up on the Homosassa
sihorj. and put on No. 40 for Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, where he will enter a hosp'tal
for an operation. He was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his relatives and Mr. M. H.
Hunt of Detroit.
The Florida Citrus Exchange will
lose Its Temple, but we hope it will be
able to keep its house in order. Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune.
The members of the Woman's Mis
sionary Society held their opening
meeting Saturday afternoon, beginning
with the delegates' convention and
conference of the executive commit committee,
tee, committee, and organization.
At 8 p. rn. Rev. Ley opened the
meeting and our local president. Mrs.
Zewadski, in very beautiful and im impressive
pressive impressive language, greeted the dele delegates.
gates. delegates. Miss Kate Bailey gave the response.
Miss Tydings then poke on her
work in Mexico.
Sunday morning Miss Nichols talked
to the Sunday school and at 11 a. m.
the annual sermon was preached by
Itev. Culpepper. It was a very fine ser
mon and helpful to our women.
Sunday afternoon was children.
hour. Mis Tydings told the children
stories of the children in Mexico. Mrs.
Harris told of the children in China
and Miss Nichols told them of the lit little
tle little Korean children. She had several
children dressed in Korean costumes,
and her talk was very impressive and
much enjoyed by the little ones. The
music on this occasion was furnished
by the primary class.
Sunday evening the devot'onal ser service
vice service was led by Mrs. Mabel H. Stev Stevens.
ens. Stevens. Mrs. Harris then gave an ad address,
dress, address, "Five Years in the Orient."
The devotional service this morning
was led by Brother Bridges, our pre presiding
siding presiding elder. We then had reports from
the different secretaries, treasurers
and delegates, taking them by dis districts.
tricts. districts. Miss Adams of the Tampa mis mission
sion mission was present and gave a beautiful
talk of the work being done there.
Brother Culpepper then gave a very
beautiful talk on the home mission
Tonight we will have an address on
missions in the United States by Mrs.
A. M. Trawick, vice-president of the
council. Mrs. J. W. Kea, Reporter.
AT THK MKTHODIST CIIl'RCH
A stranger passing the Methodist
church yesterday morning at the time
the services began and heard the
splendid volume of sound that burst
from that edifice as the audience sang
that glorious old hymn, "All Hail the
Power of Jesus' Name," would have
had no doubts as to the church being
packed with people, for seldom has
that beautiful building had its seating
capacity tested as it did when the Rev.
J. B. Culpepper took his place at the
reading desk to deliver the annual ser sermon
mon sermon to the delegates of the Methodist
church state convention of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Missionary Society.
Mr. Culpepper has lost none of the
fire, zeal, enthusiasm and splendid ora oratory
tory oratory with which he charmed such large
audiences when visiting this city some
six or seven years ago, and If he hal
had the mammoth tent that he used at
that time, there is little doubt but that
every seat would have been occupied.
Another gift of the reverend gentle gentleman
man gentleman is the way he emphasizes the
points of his discourse by the means of
apt illustrations. These take the form
of short stories, some pathetic, some
humorous, but all told in a brief, con con-sise
sise con-sise manner that never becomes
tedious. He based his remarks on the
words of Christ when he said, "Oh,
woman, great is thy faith," and in
commenting on these words he said
that the same might be said of the
women of this age as was spoken by
the Savior 2000 years ago. He told of
their courage in giving up everything
that had made home and friends so
dear to them, and had gone to foreign
lands to face burdens almost unbeara unbearable,
ble, unbearable, and in speaking of his own work
he counted it as a glorious reward for
his forty-two years of ministry, that
he had been able to influence at least
one person for every meeting he had
held to take up the burden of his
He spoke of the necessary qualifica qualifications
tions qualifications to fill a place in the missionary
field, as not merely educational or re religious,
ligious, religious, but that candidates had to
pass a more rigid examination as to
their physical condition than do men
who wish to enlist in the navy and that
lit is not the poorly born or inca
pable, but the best and in some cases
the wealthiest people in the commun community
ity community that are ready and willing to obey
the Master's call and enter the foreign
To read of the labors of these peo people,
ple, people, the first to open up a new coun country,
try, country, their wonderful geographical dis discoveries,
coveries, discoveries, their discoveries and transla translations
tions translations of the many hieroglyphics on
tombs and tablets was more like ro romance
mance romance than scenes from actual life;
and even from a commercial standpoint
they were a paying investment for
those who supported them, as it has
been proven that' exporters and manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers sold far more goods in coun countries
tries countries occupied by missionaries than in
the lands still controlled by the heath heathen.
en. heathen. And to the women in civilized lands
he gave all the credit for the wonder wonderful
ful wonderful progress along these lines that has
been made up to the present time and
while men had to devise ways and
means for carrying on the work, the
women performed the biggest share of
the means adopted for raising funds it
(the means adopted fo rraising funds it
would not be fifteen years before the
crops of many orange groves and corn cornfields
fields cornfields all over the state of Florida
would be used exclusively for this pur
Speaking of corn-fields, rem'nded
him of his earliest efforts along mi
sionary lines, wnen Dut eight years
old he went into an old corn-field and
' preached his first discourse and tho he
j could not recall the arguments used,
jhe seemed fully Impressed with the
idea that he converted everyone of
those stalks to the cause of missions.
His peroration yesterday a tribute
to the character, faith and courage of
Christian womanhood was one of the
srannesi oursts oi eloquence ever
heard in the building, and worked on
the sympathies of the audience to the
extend of requiring an effort on the
part of many to keep from applauding.
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Another DixaMtrou Fire Work I "I tree
Damage at Ziiber
A phone message to the Star
p. m. announced that the planing
of the Hoess Lumber Company at Zuber
was on fire, and little chance of its be being
ing being saved. The train men on No. 39,
which arrived u-t S:20. said that mill
was entirely destroyed but that the
other buildings seemed safe.
OF THK WOMAN'S ( Lin
A regular meeting of the Woman's
Club was held Saturday afternoon. A
good deal of business was transacted,
including the adoption of several
amendments to the by-laws. Mrs. K.
Van Hood, representing the social re reform
form reform committee, made an earnest ap appeal,
peal, appeal, for personal letters from club
members to our representatives Jn the J
state legislature, urging them to sup-
port the bills this committee is now!
placing before them.
At the close of the business meeting,
Mrs. Camp turned the chair over to
Mrs. Tydings, chairman of. the civics
committee, who had charge of the
program for the afternoon.
Mrs. Tydings made an interesting,
comprehensive report of the work her
committee has done during the past
year, ending with the -"cleaning up
week." In all her efforts along these
lines she has had the hearty coopera cooperation
tion cooperation of the sanitary committee of the
city council, of the teachers in our
public schools, both white and colored, j
and of the school children in all sec- j
tions of the city. In a few sincere j
words Mrs. Tydings thanked everyone ;
who had so ably assisted her.
Dr. Walter Hood, chairman of the
sanitary committee of the city council,
was then introduced to the club and
talked fully of this work in Ocala, and
he considers the city in an excellent
Mrs. Murray read an article from the
Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch on flies,
showing the tremendous amount of
harm one pair of flies can do from
April to August.
Mrs. Tydings hopes next year to
establish a "civic day" in the schools,
as we now have health and peace days.
At the close of the program a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant social hour followed. Mrs. R. B.
Bullock and Miss Gertie Peyser were
the hostesses, and served sandwiches
This morning, the kindergarten
school conducted by Miss Mary Gates
and Miss Frances Rowley, celebrated
the anniversary of the birth of Frede Frederick
rick Frederick "Froebel, the founder of the kin kindergarten.
dergarten. kindergarten. A very appropriate program
was arranged for the occasion and the
little tots did well. There were a num number
ber number of pretty little motion songs sung
and a few games played and Miss
Rowley told thg class the story of the
life of Froebel. One of the pretty fea-
wreath of flowers and draped it overjby Mr Roberts this morning sad he
tures of the program was when the
little ones marched in bearing ai
a large picture of Froebel that hung
on the wall. Miss Gates presided at
the piano, and the children sang while
they were marching. The entertain entertainment
ment entertainment was a great success and was
immensely enjoyed by a large number
of the parents and friends of the chil children.
dren. children. Misses Gates and Rowley de deserve
serve deserve great credit for their untiring
efforts in building up a kindergarten,
school in Ocala. The following are thei
pupils; Irene and Calvin McGahagin, j
Dorothy and Louise Kea, Tom and j
Marguerite Sexton, Maud and Frances
Gary, Harry Dozier, Helen Magaw, J.
M. and G. L. Meffert, Frances Mclver,
Charles Brice and Dorothy Adams.
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LAKK LOT SALK
Tomorrow morning, April 22nd,
at 10 o'clock, Auctioneer Combs, of the
Bowman Realty Co., will commence to
sell to the crowd there gathered to the
highest bidders, the beautiful resi residence
dence residence lots in the old General Bullock
and chautauqua tract owned by Capt.
R. C. Johnstone on Lake Weir and
more fully described by the page ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement and plat in another issue
of this paper.
These lovely residence lots are the
first that have ever been put on the
market at public sale on the popular
north side of Lake Weir and there is
going to be a big crowd there to buy
them. One can get at this sale lots
near the lake front or further back at
prices that will be within reach of all
and the terms offered are one-third
down and time on the balance.
A special train over the A. C. L.
railway will leave Ocala at 9 a. m.
with five passenger coaches. In blocks
of ten passengers can get round trip
tickets to Eastlake for 80 cents. At
Eastlake, Capt. Johnstone will have a
number of launches chartered and will
carry every one across, free of charge.
A mid-day lunch will be served on the
grounds at the sale, free of cost. A
lot will be drawn for and some one
will get one of these fine lots free. It
is a splendid time to go to North Lake,
take your basket dinner and have a
good day's outing" and an enjoyable
the wr.im nil. i.
The following is a copy of a letter
recently written by Senator Kenyon.
of Iowa, explaining the bill which he
assisted in framing and passing thru
"Washington, D. C, Feb. 3, 1913.
"Dear Sir: Your letter of January
17th should have been answered be before
fore before this, but I have been out of the
"There is a great misconception con concerning
cerning concerning this bill. This bill does not
undertake to dictate what shall be
done and what shall not be done in
reference to the liquor traffic. It
simply leaves it all to the states. Now,
if any state forbade the use of liquor
by a citizen, If such law could be sus sustained
tained sustained .under the constitution, then, of
course, this bill would affect the sit situation
uation situation you speak of, but no state in
the Union has passed such law and
probably never will. Hence, this bill
has no effect whatever upon such sit
uation. It is simply to endeavor to
stop the shipment of liquor into dry
territory to be illegally used. It would
effect your business if you are ship shipping
ping shipping to bootleggers who are selling in
violation of the law. It would not af affect
fect affect that business where you are send sending
ing sending liquor to individuals for their own
private use. "Yours very truly,
"Wm. S. Kenyon."
Senator Kenyon has so clearly ex expressed
pressed expressed the application of the bill,
that there should be no trouble with
understanding its exact meaning.
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Patbe Weekly, Two Vaudeville Arts,
Fite Reel. Temple Tonight
At 6:30 tonight one of the best shows
we have -had in a long time. Five reels
including the feature of all pictures.
the Bathe Weekly, the current event
reeL Among the subjects this week is
"Mutt and Jeff" on their way to the
Balkan war. It's a scream. Carter
and Carter will open thair engagement
tonight with a side-splitting comedy,
featuring '"the girl with the smile."
They are highly recommended from
Tampa, where they made a big hit last
week. There will also be a single
vaudeville act. Come early, only S00
seats and remember our pictures are
Cab Irle and Four Feature Reela at
the Ideal Tonight
At the Ideal tonight an exceedingly
strong bill is offered besides a cash
prize will be given the holder of the
lucky number. The?e cash prizes will
be given at the Ideal all week. Below
is the program offered for tonight, also
good mu.-ic as usual and the price Is
-, 5 and 10 cents:
Vitagraph Indian drama, "A Heart
of the Forest," featuring Mr. Richard
Rosson in which an Indian boy dies a
hero to gratitude and friendship, which
is a beautiful and marvelous example
of one of the greatest of human at attributes.
tributes. attributes. Selig's "Diverging Paths" is a story
full of absorbing interest, showing a
contrast on the right and wrong paths
Another Vitagraph western feature,
"When the De.ert Was Kind," is a
drama in which the merciless desert
mercifully removes a bad man from the
life of a good woman. A powerfully
portrayed romance of the west, featur-
ed by Miss Annie Sehaeffer.
Bathe's "Waterfalls of Idaho" is a
beautiful scenic production.
Don't forget. cash prizes every
night at the Ideal.
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Some C'itlxenM of Western Marlon Want
to (it In a New County With
Editor Star: A phone message re received
ceived received this noon desires the writer to
announce a mass meeting tonight at 8
o'clock by citizens of western Marlon
and eastern Levy counties to arrange
specifically for the creation of a new
county over there, to elect delegates
to Tallahassee and appoint commit committees
tees committees to further the project.
S. H. Blitch.
Marshal R. L Carter returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Live Oak. leaving his
mother, Mrs. G. W. Carter, feeling
much better. Mrs. C. V. Roberts re remained
mained remained with her mother. Her little
boy, Edgar, was quite sick Saturday
and Sunday, but a telearram received
j was improving.
Messrs. Joseph Bell. Carlos Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk and Walter Perkins went fish fishing
ing fishing in Mud Lake Saturday. They
caught a fine lot of fish, but in some
mysterious way became separated from
them and one of their auto tires on the
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CLUtKNCE I'HEIMRKD FOH HIS
MKTl'IO" TO A DRV COl'MY.
Clarence Alexander, who went to
Ocala on a "business trip' was so full
of whiskey when he reached Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, that the train conductor had to
"lean" him against a telegraph pole.
Officer Berry got him soon after he
was assisted from the cars. Alexan Alexan-der
der Alexan-der left Ocala with a grip containing
three quarts of liquor and a couple
dozen bottles of beer, but he was so
unmindful of his surroundings when
he left the train that he got another
man's grip. He was fined $ and costs,
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FOR SALE Rambler 34-horsepower,
foredoor touring car, also auto truck.
Address, Geo. R. Needham, Leesburg,
The correct treatment Tor cuts,
burns, scalds, wounds, sores lumbago,
rheumatism, or neuralgia Is BAL BALLARD'S
LARD'S BALLARD'S SXOW LINIMENT. It is heal healing,
ing, healing, penetrating and antlceptlc which
is everything that is needed to effect
a complete cure. Price 25c, 50c and $1
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.
FOR SALE Maxwell automobile, 23
horsepower, only been used six months,
in perfect condition, reason for selling,
need a four-passenger car. Apply to
L F. Clalock. 4-18
VELVET BEAXS FOR SALE
100 bushels of velvet beans for sale
at $1.50 f. o. b. Ocala. Address box
398, Ocala, Fla. 4-2-tf dvr
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King ave. Visit Visitors
ors Visitors in the city invited to be with us.
L F. Ballard, N. G.
W. L. Colburt, Secretary. Ad.
OFFICE FOR REXT
A good front office on ground floor,
well adapted for insurance, physician,
real estate, etc. Apply to R. E.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14, Woodmen of
the World, will hold its next regular
meeting Friday evening. May 9th, at
Yonre's Hall. Every member is urge!
to be present. Visitors always wel welcome.
come. welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
C K. Sage, Clerk. Ad.
KMOIITS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala. Ld ?e No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at
50 p. m. at
I Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers-. D. W. Tomy-kin?, C. C.
Chas. K. Sace. K. R. S. Ad.
I.OYM, OKHKH OF" MOOSK
The Ocala I-odsre No. Loyal Or
der of Moose, meets each Thursday
even'ngr at & o'clock in the Gary build building.
ing. building. tt:ird rtoor. V'sitin brothers are
invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
K. Ij. Stapp. Secretary. Ad.
CONCORDIA MD(iE F. I. OF A.
Concordia Lod?e, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonjsre's Hall on the
second Thursday evening- of each
month Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Ch as. K. jasre. Secretary. Ad.
The Times editor enjoyed a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit yesterday from Mr. D. M.
Baker, who came down from Orange
Home with hi?? father, Capt. D. H.
I'.aker. For the pa.t fifteen years or
more. Mr. Baker has been living In
Jacksonville. He was one time editor
of the Times and has many friends
in the county who will be glad to
know that he will again make his
home with his father at Orange Home.
Of Final Settlement and Disehars
Notice is hereby piven that on the
5th day of July. A. D. 1913, the under undersigned
signed undersigned will present my accounts ar'.
vouchers to the judge of probate in
and for Marion county, Florida, at his
ofnee in Ocala, and will make my
rinal settlement and will apply for dis discharge.
charge. discharge. This 3rd day of January, A. D. 1913.
IX A. Smith.
As Administrator of the Estate of A.
General Building Contractors
THE COMING OF SPRINGTIME
MEANS THE COMING OF MANY OTHER THINGS
and things that you will need and which you will
buy, and we have them waiting for you. The big biggest,
gest, biggest, best line in the country. Just look at this
list of the few things we now have in stock:
Refrigerators Porch Furniture
Ice Cream Freezers Malting 3nd Crex Rugs
Lawn Mowers Big Prch Rockers
Rubber Hose Awhtans
Furniture of all kinds. Hardware of all kinds.
Leather Goods of all kinds. Builder's Material.
Paints and Painter's Supplies. Wagons, Buggies.
Field and Poultry Wire Fence. Galvanized Iron,
In fact, everything except something to eat and
Agent for a dozea 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 Kusiness In Any of These Lines.
F. W. DITTO Elune 285 OCALA FLA.
T : V.t
LOKETTO (Near Mandarin) Florida
Boarding School for Boys, Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from Eight to Fourteen Year3 Received, and Carefully Trained on
Physical, Intellectual, Moral and Sacial Lines. Healthy Location. Mag Magnificent
nificent Magnificent Swimming Pool. Complete Equipment in Scihoolrooms. Dorm
itorie3, Dining Hall snd RecreationRooms.
Apply for Prospectus to the Sister Superior
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY LORETTO. FLORIDA
CHICKENS FOR. '.FRYING"
Young Frying Sized Chickens, in Limited Quantity
35 Cents Per Pound
Dressed Extra Fine and I Want You to Try Them
CHOICE BEEF, PORK, AND lITOfi CELERY, OYSTERS, ETC.
First Class Service Assured and will Appreciate your trade
Phone 108 W. H. MARSH, City Market
; ; :.-..:":-.'x:--
and Garden Tools
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real proflt proflt-bringins
bringins proflt-bringins investments.
Orange Groves .Jetaoi etoal Ehrd
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
m:XTAL I ) IP A I ITM ENT
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent,' keep up repairs and pay
c- r- ;rJ-" -rr.1--: i 5
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OCALA EVENING StAll, moxuAV, April 21, m3
(ffjM. j ijr:
When a man is sick he pays a doctor for advice
before he uses it; he does the same with his lawyer.
The banker gives advice cheerfully and free. When
you are in financial difficulties, why not consult us?
It is strange that the banker, whose advice is as
cheerful as it is free, is never sought BEFORE men
have risked and lost their money, but AFTER. If
you want some advice or help, come in; we will wel welcome
come welcome you.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest tn Savings Accounts
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and S4.
K. of P. meet this evening.
K!k3 meet tomorrow evening.
Old Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Moose meet Thursday evening'.
Royal Arch meets Friday night.
Five reel., two vaudeville
the Temple tonight. Adv.
Sweet peas by the dozen or hundred
Phone No. 246. Adv. 4-2I-3td
(iHKAT I MPKO VKM HT
AT THE HALL, GROUND
l'ropMt that Oexla Will Sobb Have
Handftome and I p-to-Date
PATH E WEEKLY, MI TT
CO. TIM" EH, TEMPI. E TOMfiHT,
Lt the Court Pharm-
Sweet jeas by the dozen or hundred.
Phone No. 246. Adv. 4-21 -3td
SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT
Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 1-5
Five reels, two. vaudeville ac
the Temple tonight. Adv.
THE Dr. svlCLAi
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7. Holder Block. Southwest Corner Public Square.
Friday afternoon, a Star reporter
went out to the ball park, to take a
slant at the improvements Manager
Hunter has been striving for so stren strenuously.
uously. strenuously. The reporter at first couldn't see
anything: of Mr. Hunter, so when a
hu.-ky looking individual. clad in
handmedowns and draaround, hopped
off ihe seat of a two-mule drag-, wiped
a pint of sweat on his face with a
saffron tinted shirtsleeve and said,
"The iza is jood now," he was at least
He was also surprised at the looks
of the ball field, which was stood up on
edse and planted to rocks the last time
lH JEFFji, it i ;c ii. hi.- fa-piv icvii o r, i
smooth. A scraper and drag were busy
smoothing- it down, and ere this the
hi? roller kindly and wisely loaned by
the city dads, has put on the finishing
It is now a really yood baseball field,
and it will be a pleasure to play on it.
It will be one of the important assets
of our city.
Mr. Hunter very sensibly consider considered
ed considered the ground the most important mat matter,
ter, matter, and has bent his energies to its
improvement. It is now in sood shape
for a same. He will steadily push his
improvements until the grandstand is
made over into an up-to-date structure,
with dressing rooms and shower baths
on the ground ttoor under the seats.
The fence, which is much dilapidated.
I will le repaired, and Ooala will have a
neat and commodious athletic park.
The grounds will also afford space
fur a football field. This is of im importance,
portance, importance, for as everyone knows the
great drawback to football
been the distance to
where the games were played, from
town, making- it impossible to secure
large enough crowds to make the;
A more gentle game will also have
its innings. A plat will be laid off for
basketball, and it is possible that a
tennis court will be added. Manager
Hunter plans, in fact, for an all all-around
around all-around athletic park, with the view to
having some big league team select
Ocala for a practice ground next win winter.
ter. winter. This i business cold, practical,
matter of fact business as well as
fun, and it behooves our city to en
tourage the enterprise, its hard iron
dollars m our pockets as well as a
good thing for our boys, and, incident incidentally,
ally, incidentally, our girls also. Let our people re
IcrtlfQ t a t urn nnt t n t Iiq tro vi no f V f -3
u. t leicner, wno nas oeen sick .. ., .. J
Clocks of all kinds and at all prices
A. F. r.urnett. Adv.
Mr. V. J. Prink
it or from I.evon.
was a Sunday vis-
Sweet peas by. thej dozen or hundred. hundred.-Phone
Phone hundred.-Phone No. 2 16. Adv. 4-21 -3td
PAT I IK WKKKLV, MITT A I JKFF
CONTIM i:il, TKMPI.K TOM (HIT. Ad.
Mr. J. G. 1'arrisii visited his old home
i at Iake Liutkr Sunday.
the fair grounds,
Mr. Jefferson Thomas, a live
advertising man, of Philadelphia,
Conductor P. D. -Goodyear, having
had a brief rest, is again pulling the
bellcord on Sunny Jim.
Ifi 11 in
If you have any items for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.
Gus Waley of the firm of Haley Tiros.,
agents for the Buick cars in Clearwa Clearwater,
ter, Clearwater, was in the city Wednesday in his
illuick touring car. Tampa Tribune,
FOR RENT Furnished rooms in
modern home, for coupl? or two young
men. With board or without. Phone t
378. 3-21-tf I
Silver Tea at Ir. JobniwB'i
The silver tea given monthly by the
Ladies Aid -Soeety of the Presbyterian
church was held between the hours of
3:30 and 6 o'clock this afternoon at
the home of Mrs. J. K. Johnson on
Additional beauty was added to the
already attractive rooms by vases of
sweet peas and Easter lilies and pot potted
ted potted ferns made the nooks very invitr
ing. In the dining room delicious
chicken salad, olives and nondescripts
were served. Assist'ng Mrs. Johnson
in her duties as hostess were Mrs. Lv
W. Ponder, Mrs. Sidney Haile and
Miss Vic Raysor.
In spite of the unsettled weather the
attendance was large at this very de delightful
lightful delightful and informal affair and the
silver offering amounted to quite a;
U eathrr-Ciihini; Wedding Plan
The marriage of Mr. Niel Alexander
Weathers to Miss Edna Cushing will
be solemnized Wednesday at 12 o'clock.
May 14th. at the home of the bride's
mother, Mrs. G. W. 15. Cushing, SO
Munn avenue. East Orange, N. J. Miss
Cushing's only attendant will be her
niece. Miss Mildred Hiss of Chicago.
HI., who will be maid of honor and Mr.
Weathers will have as his best man his
brother, Mr. 15. A. Weathers. Jr. The
wedding, which will be a broadly in interesting
teresting interesting event, will be very quiet,
beautiful in its simplicity, witnessed
by only relatives and very intimate
friends and will be followed by a
breakfast at 12:30 o'clock, invitations
to which -svere received in Ocala this
Mrs. II. A. Weathers, accompanied
by her daughter, Mrs. George Ford of
Jacksonville, will leave shortly for
East Orange to be present at the mar marriage
riage marriage of her son and participate in the
pre-nuptial gaieties. A few days pre previous
vious previous to the wedding. Mrs. Weathers
will be joined by her husband and son.
Mr. Paul Weathers, who is attending
After a wedding journey of several
weeks Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Weathers
will immediately go to house keeping
either in East Orange or in New York.
A Treacherous Memory
often gives you much discomfort when you realize
that your insurance policies or other valuable papers
-Faulty memory fire, theft and dishonesty may
result in loss some day of valuable documents, se securities,
curities, securities, contracts, jewels or other valuables. Why
should you take the risk? A safe deposit box, secure
and convenient, can be secured for from $5 per year
up. Store your silverwear and other valuables in
our safety deposit vaults during your vacation.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL FULL. PAID IN tTKtt.
H. D. STOKES, Cashier.
EDWARDd. Ptm. CLARENCE CAMP. Vie Pr.
South Atlantic League,
li.yxL M KJfO
for several days, is able to resume his
run on 48 and 49 between Ocala and
summer better than they have
Party f r .HtVvalae
Miss Avalee Edwards, the
ROOMS FOK RENT Large, cool,
furnished rooms for rent. Apply to
Mrs. T. II. Wallis, 116 South 2nd St.
w. i t. i n:irn(; postponed
The meeting of the W
postponed on account of
,. C. T. T. is
Seeing what a poor job the weather
clerk has ma'de of sprinkling, the
streets, the city might take a hand.
ary convention. The meeting will rake
olace on Tuesday afternoon. Aoril 29
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have Just. received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are in a position to
make some attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers
in tills section of the country that handle this brand of fence and
have demonstrated in thejxist that it is absolutely the best,
strongest fence on the market, and running it as we have in
competition with the many inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had some phenomenal sales on it and made many friends
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.
Pearl tooth brushes are sold at
j Gerig's drug stores at 25c. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Adv.
STl'DV fl.ASS WOMAN'S CI.VIJ
The study class of too Woman's Club
will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3
o'clock at the club rooms.
Xyal's Corn Remover
1 1 moves. 25c at both Gerh
actually re re-drug
drug re-drug stores.
hoi skhoi.I) goods roil salk
Lliti ,4 js&sxmm
Two room size axminster druggetsT
s'.two axminster hall runners, three sax sax-PATII
PATII sax-PATII 12 WI-2KKLV, MI TT Al JI-2FP j minster rugs, all Oriental patterns; 'one
COXTIM KIJ, TKJIPLK TO Hi il l .Ml. th ree-burner perfect'on oil stove, on
glass front combination cupboard, fine
lace curtains, portiers. couch, felt mat mat-i
i mat-i tress and "cover, phbtiograph and twelve
For sale, a good work mule, in fine
condition. Apply to the Cam-Thomas
' Stop coughing by using Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold on! at the Rexall
WANTED Man with family for
farm work. Must be in position to
commence now. Box 163. 4-21
Shoe polish of every description can
be found at the Court Pharmacy. If it
nicely selected records.
11!) Ft. King Ave. and
is shoe polish.
Messrs. GeoYge MacKaA and I. R.
Chaxal ar home from jtheir cruise
with CaptAin IngliF in Jiis staunch
yacht TunaXiip th Atlantic coast.
Mr. Beniamin Cook, as prominent
fruit grojfver And resident of the east
coast, is lin iTue citv visiting his son,
Mr. F. Co.lirnX family.
Five reels, two vaudeville
the Temple tonight. Adv.
The 18-months-ohl baby of Mrs.
Brown died at the hospital last night
and will he buried in the old cemetery
tomorrow. Mrs. Brown is a stranger
here, and, her husband is sick in a
Mr C. R. Sapp returned to his en engine
gine engine at Lakeland yesterday. When
Mr. Sapp left for Ohjo about three
weeks ago, he was suffering from a
double affliction he thought he was
on the way to the deathbed of his aged
father, and he was in considerable
pain from one of his eyes, which had
been badly lacerated by a -cinder the
day before. Mr. Sapp, Sr., however im improved
proved improved much during his son's visit,
and the injured optic soon healed, so
Mr. Sapp's return trip was a very
pleasant one compared to his outward
bound journey. Mr. Sapp saw some
of the flooded country. He says he saw
nothing in the papers to give him any anything
thing anything like an idea of the dreadful
damage caused by the- raging waters.
is informed that several
nt citzeffj- will jio to Blitch Blitch-afternoofi.
afternoofi. Blitch-afternoofi. to attend the coun-
meewng spoken of else-
vnd try Jro keen t-he
BEFORE YOU START TO BUILD. GOOD FRIEND. COME
AROUND AND SEE US AND YOU WILL FIND THAT WE
HAVE THE RIGHT STUFF AT THE RIGHT PRICE IN
BUILDING MATERIALS. WE KNOW THAT HONESTY IS
THE BEST POLICY. WE CAN'T AFFORD TO GIVE YOU
ANYTHING BUT THE RIGHT STUFF AT THE RIGHT PRIGE
Mr. James C. Vertrees, head of the
well known wholesale firm of J. C. Ver Vertrees
trees Vertrees r Co. Palatka, was a visitor in
the city yesterday, registered at the
A regrettable event happened at the
Coasi Line station this morning. The
remains of a man who died in Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg yesterday were brought in on No.
10 for transferen.ee to Sunnyjim, to be
sent on to the former home of the de deceased
ceased deceased at Hernando. When the box
was about to be transferred to the lat latter
ter latter train, the conductor found that the
regulations hadn't been carried out.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, was given a pleasant surprise
party at her home, corner of touth
Fifth and Wenona streets, Saturday af afternoon,
ternoon, afternoon, by a numbefVf riends. The
occasion of the party Aas Miss Ed Edwards'
wards' Edwards' -&tftm' birthdu.
Jolly games werejLjfd and light
refreshments were served. Miss Ava
lee was beautifully remembered with
many little gifts from her frertV
Mrs. Mala Haughton of Ocala, who
came to the city to attend the Haugli-ton-Bowden
wedding of last Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening, is now t'.-e guest of Mrs.
Lake Jones for a short time. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. M rs;JiXUUa m... II-ae-keTrpresiden of
tTe""FIorida State Federation ofVjm ofVjm-eri's
eri's ofVjm-eri's Clubs, left yestejrday for Washing Washington
ton Washington to attend theL national conventirin
of Women's ClubsJ She was joined in
Miss Susie Lee Walton, a popular
young society lady of Palatka, is in
the city in attendance upon the mis missionary
sionary missionary convention now in session here,
as a representative of the Palatka so society.
ciety. society. Miss Walton is a guest in the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Van Hood.
Mrs. Clarence Camp and Mrs. Violet
Powers,- of Ocala, who have been for
jthe past ten vdays the attractive house
(guests of Mrs. John B. Han-ell, in
Washington, have gone for a week's
visit to Old Point, after which they
will go to Atlanta, where they will at attend
tend attend the grand opera before returning
to their home in Florida. Washing Washington
ton Washington dots in Jacksonville Metropolis.
Dr. Sylvan McElroy, Jr., is now in
Ocala. having taken with him on his
trip his admiring mamma and mater maternal
nal maternal grandmamma, Mrs. Dozier. The
brilliant young physician-surgeon
writes that on account of the feelings
of the ladies in his family, he smiles
at the "showing off" process going on
daily to the crowds of old friends call calling
ing calling on his mother, but that personally
he prefers being in his own nursery,
where he can suck his thumbs in peace.
The young doctor is much missed here
by his wide circle of friends. Orlando
Master McFIroy and his mother dis-
. ill I i i i
that we are making in our
will surely interest you.
type cannot. do justice to
extraordinary offerings. Buy
ing jewelry here means
spending money right.
Style may change but
our high quality, low price
standard of jswelry sell selling
ing selling remains fixed.
, Here you will find
a satisfying -assort
ment of the world's
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If you want a
ling gem set ring
at a decided price
mi for yours weetneart mir-
tied or otherwise a diamond
solitaire is eminently proper.
Nothing better as.rn engage
ment cr birthday ring. Surprise Father,
Husband or Brother .ith a rice rincr. Wo
have g splendid assortment cfsms in up-to-the-minute
settings ct prices to r
suit the thinnest pocket bock.Vottr-
..:n r. l 1
will find lines to suit everyone
men and women and i
in now vhi!e the stock
u M Mil!
A. E. BURNETT
f OCALA. FLA.
it everyone j -j5" --w 1 ,,
ttle folks. Call x r-," T 'J
t is complete. z.'?''''
.2 ttr -;
Clyatt, who also has as her guest Mrs.
. J. C'.tamhers of the same place.
KiiKtern Star Setvine C'lr-rle
The Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet at Yonge's hall Tuesday after afternoon.
Moorhead is greatly lneretel In the
work and is making splendid reportd"
of the .different clubs that have been,
formed in this county.
Mrs. II. It. carroll and Miss Cecil
Downs left ye.sterday for Atlanta
where they will attend grand opera in
that city this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Gerig and daughter left on the name
pleasant mission this morning.
Mrs. Nell Partridge, a delegate to the
Methodist convention from Monticello,
is being entertained by her friend.
Mrs. I. I:. Melver.
T l- I" II fn(a loft MAnrlif f.ir
..... .it .i reports his mother, who is visiting
month with a cousin. L.efsburg Com
Mr. Eugene Dozier was in town today
visiting -his father, Mr. Len. Dozier. Hev
and refused to allow the transfer, lie!
held his train as long as he could, hop hoping
ing hoping the matter could be straightened
out by wire, but was finally obliged to
leave before the necessary formalities
could be complied with. The remains
were sent to Hernando later in the
appointed their host of Ocala friends
by not coming.
Miss Ollie J-eavengood, a popular
young lady of Ocala, is here on a visit
to her sister. Mrs. M. D. Turnipseed.
Mrs. !!. U Carney of Ocala was one
of the ladies heard in an informal talk
j on civics, at the last meeting of the
i Tallahassee Woman's Club.
him at his home in Jacksonville, en
joying good health, which is pleasant
news to her Ocala friends.
Mrs. Charles Noble of Atlanta
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Uawls. Lake City Index.
Miss Jennie Mundee has returned to
her home in Jacksonville, after a de delightful
lightful delightful visit with Mr. and Mrs. II L.
Wart ma nn at Cltra.
Early in June a pretty wedding will
day by auto.
be solemnized in Jacksonville wb
Miss llernice Alfred, daughter of
md Mrs. R. A. Alfred, of Port In
Mrs. A. C. Ilamri-ik, after a fortnight
with her sistT Mrs. B. X. Loone?,
returned to Jacksonville Saturday.To-
rbtn visit wi
glis. f'rr.'Tr.i '..v
l'ATHi: wi:kki.v, mi tt id jizff
t OMTM KI), TKMPLi: TOM'iHT. l.
Five reels, two vaudeville
the Temple tonight. Adv.
a -11 be united
at'f-nJ grand opera.
K y and daughter. Miss
former students of i Ramona. are anion? those from Jack-
in Del. and, where sonvme who attend grand opera in At-
in the holy bonds of to Athtfta t
! matrimony to Mr. Iair.l '. Henitnc icst
at!of Bradford. Pa. The wedding will be! Col. W. 1'
anenueu i iiitii
If you want a well, have a good one
and let K. II. Christian do your work.
Adv. May 21.
j Superintendent lirinson returned
Friday night from a visit to the
; schools at F.elleview. Summerfield and
,; other points in the south of the coun coun-;ty.
;ty. coun-;ty. He says that part of the county
:has some fine crops ami the people are
! Mr. Will Gray and one of his friends,
who passed the day Saturday fishing at
Orange Lake, returned home in the
evening with a number of nine and
ten-pound fish that were a joy to be behold.
hold. behold. It seems like there 's'no end to
i the quantity of fine fish in Oranae
Call up Phcue 300 and Let us Give an Eiraa'e oa Your
Jit tf n? r
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save Yea Money on Any Work in Cnr Lines
m tTr employ none hut expert" e are In pi!tion o tfimrantce er er-ery
ery er-ery piece of vtork we eonstruet to xtiiud tbe ln-x5ttlou of the moii
rigid lnpetor. It cout nuttilng to get our figure, find you nre the
ulunrr, nhetber e neeure the etinJract or not. live u a trial.
f OUT KIG BLOCK
Mr. Edward Tomblin, manager of
one of the large general merchandise
commissaries near Dunnellon, was in
the city yesterday visiting friends.
FOR RENT Pleasant room. Large.
Two beds. Close in. Gentlemen. Ad Address,
dress, Address, Reasonable, care Star.
The Star is sorry to hear that our
former fellow citizen. Mr. Sam Rawls,
now of Jacksonville, has been suffer suffering
ing suffering lately with a very painful abscess
in one ear.
Elizabeth Jane Hall, a well known
and respected oM colored woman, died
at the home of her son, R. A. Hall,
Sunday, and the remains were sent by
Melver & Mac Kay to Atlanta for
LOST: On or near the courthouse, a
large book on operative surgery by
Burden. Suitable reward for return to
jStar office, 4-17
GLASSES LOST A pair of gold rim
glasses lost on street between ten cent
store and postoffice. Finder please re return
turn return same to the ten cent store. 4-17
3 cans Van Camp's soup 25c
3 " beans ...25c
3 " Homioy..25c
3 "ilince Heat 25c
2 Sunbeam shrimp 25c
1 !b Soda..... 5c
2 cans small flat Salmon. 35c
1 "large " ..30c
1 tall SaImon...3Cc
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the groom and bride-elect first became ; htnta tins
acquainted. Times-I'nion. t
I Mrs. i..
Tuesday in Clearwater Mr. and Mrs. j regret to -learn that she
J. J. Mendenhall entertained a number bed f r two weeks but w
of friends in a most instructive man-i note she is om better today.
ner. An illustrated lecture was given!
by Mr. O. K. Raynard. game warden of j Mrs. II. C. Jernigan will go to Ocala
the Florida Audubon Society, on Flor- j S tur lay to attend the missionary
ida birds, their nests and young. The J convention and will be the guest of
all except a few. were taken ;Dr. I- re l itiaiocK wnne mere. ukc
friends will i M rBJ
... 1 i J T 1 1 I i" T nl'ft
on iii ra jManu hi widiitc lchvc mi." t
is the hree-linsr place of the snow-white j
heron. The white heron is a rare and!
almost exterminated species or nirrt
and the society is striving hard to in increase
crease increase their number, as well as other
Mrs. F. T. Schreiber will entertain
the members of the Married Ladies
Card Club and a few additional friends
which City Index.
Mrs. Annie Perry
during the missionary
Driver of Cltra.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fraser and the
latter's sister spent yesterday at Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs.
Mrs. Paul Durand delightfully en entertained
tertained entertained the members of the Baptist
sewing circle this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pasteur and Miss
Tillie Pasteur of Lake "Weir were
guests Sunday of Ocala relatives.
Mr. William P.ullock has returned to
Camp's dam after spending Sunday
with his parent, Judge and Mrs. W. S.
Mrs. G. A. Hanson of Tampa, state
president of the Woman's Missionary
Society of the Methodist church, is a
prominent guest in Ocala thfs week.
She is being entertained by Mrs. W. TV.
Mrs. W. O. Chambliss who lias been
visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L.
M. Chambers at Perch Pond, for the
past month. v returned to her home at
Ocala last .Tuesday. Lake City Index.
Miss Irene Gates, after a visit of sev several
eral several weeks with her sister. Mrs. C. K.
Pro wn at Webster, has returned to
her home in South Iake Weir. She
was accompanied by Master Carl
Brown. Dushnell Times.
P. D. Goodyear, wife and child, of
Ocala, came down Saturday afternoon
to spend a few days as the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Williams. Mr.
Goodyear is conductor on the Ocala Ocala-Homoassa
Homoassa Ocala-Homoassa run and has many friends
here. Crystal River News.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur SrnitSi, who
were married Tuesday night, have re returned
turned returned from their wedding trip to At
lanta and are now at the home of Mr
Smith's father, Mr. II. C. Smith,
are receiving a warm welcome b
Rear of Marcus Frank's
Day Phone 10
. Mrs. W. TfpFfum arrived Saturday
from Dade yftC and will spend this
week with Itrt-daughter, Mrs. W. T.
their lease, or exchange, it will
pay you to take the matter
up with me at once.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead left last night
for Tallahassee where she will attend
the girls tomato canning school. Mrs.
J. e. BRINS
0CALA EVENING STAR. Monday, APRIL 2i, iois
I IK II
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l have already announced." Silence!
had fallen at his appearance, abrupt
alia almost Dreamless, a silence that
came so suddenly that it left mouth3
open and half uttered words lingering
upon lips, but already the spell was
rapidly dissipating and a dozen
tongues trembling in their eagerness.
Then the storm of questions broke.
From every side and all at once came
exclamations, greetings and swift in
Qulrie8 as the guests came pressing
eagerly forward upon him, but Doris
imperiously waving them back silenced
them until she had formally presented
him to those present whom he had not
heretofore met. That over, however,
the vocal outburst came again in ques
tions thick and fast, some Berioua and
filled with thought, some frivolous,
some nonsensical, yet each tinged with
the peculiar intonation of highly strung
nerves, for despite their doubts rest
lessneES was strong upon them. For
a moment he tried to answer them
"And is there really no hope for us,
professor no hope at all of escaping
your sky dragon?"
"Yes, madam. Always where there
la life there thould be hope."
"I understand that you have stated
that this strange wanderer is about
the diameter of this state, and appears
to be a body complete In itself rather
than a giant fragment torn from some
mass. Now how do you explain
"I bear your pardon, sir. I make no
attempt to explain."
"You said it was apparently coming
from out of the center of space. I
had always thought that we were in
the exact center of space."
"And so we are. madam. So, also,
Is everywhere else."
"And you have no consolation what
ever to offer us?"
"Yes. If one must die I think it
preferable to perish in a collision of
worlds rather than by a microbe.
"And you are certain it will annihi
late usdestroy us this very evening."
"I can only hope that my fears are
wrong and that you will perish by the
microbe after all." He raised his hand
"Ladles and gentlemen, please grant
me mercy. At present I have nothing
to say that you have not already
heard. And if you will only be pa
tient a few hours! For If I am correct
and we are standing upon the verge
of eternity, what matters an attempted
explanation at this time? And if I
am wrong and we escape, tomorrow
will certainly have its tale to unfold."
He stepped backward a pace, bowing,
and Judge Fulton taking him by the
arm turned upon his guests.
"If you will pardon the professor
and myself for a few moments while
I show him about the place. It is his
first visit here, you know." Despite
their protests that Desmond belonged
to them the elder pair-wandered away
together among the trees, leaving the
others in little clusters to resume
their speculations or once more take
up their lighter talk and restless wan
For the second time that evening
- Alan found himself temporarily alone
with his hostess. She was dressed in
pure white March's favorite color up upon
on upon her a quaint heirloom of uncer uncertain
tain uncertain history upon her bosom. Her
eyes were full of seriousness, her fair
skin even a trifle fairer than usual as
he thought, and her mouth sweetly
grave. For while Doris was beyond
all question worried and anxious there
was no fear In her voice, look or 'man 'manner.
ner. 'manner. "And what do you Bay about It all
this marvelous forecast?" she smiled
as they paused. March loved her, she
knew it and sometimes took a wom woman's
an's woman's advantage of a lover's devotion.
"You have always pretended to me
that you were bo excessively intelli intelligent,
gent, intelligent, you know. I shall not be satis satis-fled
fled satis-fled 'until you have settled the whole
matter one way or the other." He
shook his head helplessly.
"I cansay what I think, which
Is this. I have great respect
for Professor Desmond's ability and
Judgment, yet all mankind is full of
error and false reasoning. Therefore,
In common with everybody else I can
only hope that he is mistaken. By the
way, Doris, have I told you yet tonight
that I am still in love with you? I
really do not remember." She shook
her head lmnattentW
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Will be given to the- person holding
the lucky ticket at the drawing, but
the holder must be on the grounds.
TUESDAY, APRIL 22d,
11 O'clock a. m.
Plat ol R. C. Johnstone's Choice Property to be sold at this Sale
Study this map. The arrows point to the Lake Beach Front, and the fifty fifty-foot
foot fifty-foot avenue starts at that point and runs back through the two tiers of lots in
Blocks A. and B., widening out to 100 feet, where it intersects with Grand Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, 40 feet widethrough the property. The wedge shaped lots, touching the
beach front, that are not numbered, are reserved for little parks, which
the public and every lot owner will get the benefit of. There are 39 elegant
lots in these two blocks. At the intersection of the 40 foot boulevards, the
main boulevard from the lake makes an angle turn towards the east, and ex extends
tends extends 100 feet wide to the Ocala and Lake Weir Hard Road. Twenty-lots front
the boulevard in this division, inBlocks C. and D., most of them being 50x10
feet. The location of each lot is ideal, and each is large enough or a home.
Beautiful shade trees are scattered over the property.
This is Picnic Day!
This will be a sDlendid chance-to have a pic picnic
nic picnic and spend the day at North Lake. Make
your plans accordingly.
the celebrated cook and
caterer, will serve a
to the crowd.
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BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR CA
TARRH THAT CONTAIN MERCURY
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such ar
ticles should never be used except on
inscriptions from reputable physic-
Jans, as the damage they will do is ten
fold to the good you can possibly de
rive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,
ffoledo. O.. contains no mercury and is
taken internally, acting dirictly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. In buying Hall's Catarrh "Cure
be sure you get the genuine. It is tak
n internally and made in Toledo, O.,
by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
Sold by. Druggists. Trice 75 cents
per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipation. Adv.
This Sale is being put on and conducted by the owner, R. C. Johnstone. The FAMOUS SOUTHERN AUCTIONEER,
MAJOR COMBS, will cry the bids. Every Lot will be sold to the Highest Bidder. No reservations ana no by-bidding.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Free Transportation will be fllven all who wish to attend the Sale from East Lake, across the lake by boats, and irom Ocklawaha
and Bellevlew Stations by Automobiles.
x, ,n th nronerlv are nerlect and there is no encumbrances ajnilnst it 01 any naiure. ims, urea, hucuuii ou.c
will give all who desire it, an opportunity lo buy a Home on the popular North Side ol Lake Weir. It is the iirst and will be the last
opportunity to do this ; . .
Terms of One-Third Down and Balance in 6 and 12 Months at 8 Per Cent. Interest, Will be Given When Desired,
The County Commissioners are now hardenino the road around to the Lake County line, xvhich work will be completed in two
months. Also, a movement is on loot to build and operate a railroad to Ocklawaha. Irom North Lake, with a oasoline propelled locomoUve.
You will make no mistake in buying a lot, or a number ol lots at this Sale. Property all around the lake has enhanced Irom 200
to 2,000 per cent, in the past live years, and it has just started to climb the price ladder.
There Is no more desirable spot lor a home-Winter or Summer-than Norm Lane weir. uy nuw v. ,u ivC .w .-..
the buying is good. REMEMBER THE DATE AND THE PLACE
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
Could Keep Up With Them.
One of the re-appointed being ask asked
ed asked bow he contrived to keep his place
under successive administrations, re replied
plied replied that administrations must be
smart that could chanpe oftecer than
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 troub troubles
les troubles in children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mail on re receipt
ceipt receipt of II. 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, 2096 Olive street. St. Louis Mo.
Sold by all brussists. Ad
Mrii Lafe I
For any additional inlormalion, in advance ol the Sale, call on the owner at his home, at North Lake, address a letter to him at his posl posl-Oillce,
Oillce, posl-Oillce, Belleview, or call him on long-distance 'phone at his home "-